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"leslie paul" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Than a week after Donald Trump won the election Tina was claiming to our contact Alexander torsion that she had influence over at least one of the cabinet choices John Bolton will be secretary of state ninety percent she writes and continues Askar people if they're happy with that our opinion will be taken into account what does that mean well Leslie Paul told me to ride that because Ericksen her former boyfriend and a Republican operative I hesitated to write that but they thought that might you know it was a certain way to show off the portions say well maybe I have a high level contacts here do you think she had influence over who was chosen I doubt it I think she intended to have influence over who is chosen and I think what makes her dangerous is that at the end of the day we don't know one of the things she wanted to talk about where the conditions in the Washington DC jail where she was first held the cockroaches were everywhere she claimed no mattresses or blankets and you told me that you found face now got found me he was always there and help me to go through all this Tom days that included over a hundred days in solitary confinement it is a torture it is not normal for human being to the loft for twenty three twenty four twenty five two hours in cell by your own did you really sing for not filing the paper you deserve eighteen months of incarceration for months in solitary confinement in all this experience in jail is it that way when she was talking to you in your interview her audience was in the American people it was flooded near Putin and all the people in Russia who are going to decide her fate when she goes back there are you worried that she's going to go around the country criticizing you know how dare the Americans talk about human rights look what happened to me and I have very little doubt that the Russian government will leverage her as an instrument of propaganda to say here was this poor young idealistic Russian student and look what happened to her they threw in jail for eighteen months when she arrived back in Moscow a week ago she was greeted by a media frenzy had a reunion with her dad and immediately started giving interviews about the conditions of her incarceration.
"leslie paul" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Less than a week after Donald Trump won the election Tina was claiming to our contact Alexander torsion that she had influence over at least one of the cabinet choices John Bolton will be secretary of state ninety percent she writes and continues Askar people if they're happy with that our opinion will be taken into account what does that mean well Leslie Paul told me to ride that because Tom Erickson her former boyfriend and a Republican operative I hesitated to write that but they thought that might you know it was certain way to show off the portions saying well maybe I have a high level contacts here do you think she had influence over who was chosen I doubt it I think she intended to have influence over who is chosen and I think what makes her dangerous is that at the end of the day we don't know one of the things she wanted to talk about where the conditions in the Washington DC jail where she was first held cockroaches were everywhere she claimed no mattresses or blankets and you told me that you found face now got found me he was always there and help me to go through all this Tom days that included over a hundred days in solitary confinement it is a torture it is not normal for human beings to be lawful twenty three twenty four twenty five two hours in cell by your own did you really sing for not filing the paper you deserve eighteen months of incarceration for Manson solitary confinement in all this experience in jail is it that way when she was talking to you in your interview her audience was in the American people it was flooded near Putin and all the people in Russia who are going to decide her fate when she goes back there are you worried that she's going to go around the country criticizing you know how dare the Americans talk about human rights look what happened to me and I have very little doubt that the Russian government will leverage her as an instrument of propaganda to say here was this poor young idealistic Russian student and look what happened to her they threw in jail for eighteen months when she arrived back in Moscow a week ago she was greeted by a media frenzy had a reunion with her dad and immediately started giving interviews about the conditions of her incarceration.
"leslie paul" Discussed on WWL
"To beyond reality radio. It's a late night, Thursday, Jason and JV have the night off. My name is Bruce, Marcus in the Gus toast for tonight's program will be with you, the next couple of hours and we'll be talking to Dr Paul, Leslie. He is our guest this evening. He is a psychotherapist a researcher trainer and an author living in Achim, South Carolina. He's a licensed therapist national board, certified fellow in hypnotherapy, as doctorate in counseling, psychology. He has authored several books and his research, and practice, focus is in the area of psychotherapy healing Shamanism and personal development. Joining us on beyond reality radio. Dr Paul, Leslie, Paul, welcome to the program. How are you tonight? I'm great Bruce. Thanks much in me. Yeah. Thanks for joining us earlier tonight, I you know, I looked up who do on the internet doing some research for the program, and the kind of the basic definition, I guess, is that it's traditional African American folk spirituality pick it up from there. If you will Paul, a give us a little bit of a sense of what exactly who do is. And how it's different from Liu because I sense, there's some confusion between those two. Yeah. Generally is in the lifetime. People will use the two terms interchangeably, the big distinction is who do at least from from Mark perspective. What I've researched is came across from west central Africa with the play trade. And when it was brought into the southeastern Atlantic coast of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia area, they're brought into plantation, that were primarily of the religious nature of, of Protestantism. And when the African people brought over they brought along with their traditional religious spiritual beliefs with them. So when they came into these Potestant communities that they were forced in. To a lot of their religious aspects of that belief system. They had had to either go. Underground change. Essentially for survival because a lot of times, these folks were forcibly converted into, you know, I into Christianity now in the case of ood with Vive, a lot of that came from the Caribbean, Haiti and areas like that, which will primarily run by the plants and the French were generally can't with. So when they wrong slaves in to the like, Louisiana area, bringing in in from a Catholic perspective. Well, a lot of the African believes that meld a little better into our system, because they had a variety of different spirits, and things like that could kind of blend in with the different saints that you see in Catholicism in inventive of familiar like Papa leg bad things. By that could be kind of imposed upon certain features of Catholic Saint read who do this mostly became the that religion, some elements of spirituality. But there aren't saying in Protestant Southern Baptists to kind of. Religious system. So it really kind of all kind of just primarily became a won't team in pragmatic magical system. So it was a system that originated in Africa was brought over by the slaves. They're coming to America, and they did not feel comfortable or feel safe in, in practising, this religion in any kind of open way. Pretty much it matter of fact, there's widespread knowledge now, you know, from all the anthropology archaeology that a lot of this continued during their in slave, but it was not something that was actively showcased, because, you know, not look favorably upon the powers that be that they were, you know, having their own religion. They're trying to empower themselves through magic to deal with, with really what was a horrendous. Situation to survive. Sure, and a lot of aspects who to involve healing. So a lotta times slaves. Didn't always get the best medical treatment, it was only when it was a like issue and, you know, slaves will consider property back then so slave owners and overseers would only call the doctor if it was, like property was going to stop producing. So a lot of the basic healing day today, trials and tribulations they can add to take care of themselves. And that comes a long oval stuff, and magical spell for, for help all those were still actively going on. At what point did the sleeves or African Americans in general? Here in the United States start to feel comfortable in practicing who do out in the open. Did that did that take a long time for that openness to develop? I'm going to be blown Bruce. I still don't think they're really yeah. The one thing I've noticed in my research, because I went around and trying to talk to a lot of people and I was fortunate that I was able to talk to a good number of people, but there are more people in practice who do who still do it very secretly. It's interesting van actually tell them to a contact of mine, who lives on the coast of South Carolina, and he's a who do practitioner artist and you're making the conversation about trying to get people to talk about these things, and he agreed with me that he said, you'll talk to someone who will totally. Dismiss you in a nice way and say, I wouldn't know anything about that. And then you find out they have in the back of their house will alter all the Hutu magical stuff that people come over late at night, and, you know, seeking assistance with spiritual problems, but it's just something over all, but it's still kind of look down on, and that's I think it's very unfortunate because it it's got a lot to also from from a historical perspective, anthropological perspective. And there are some positive aspects to that. So the stigma remains all these hundreds of years later. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I have found more Caucasians, who do claim I should say claims to do than I have all lot of African Americans who down at the ones that I know personally, who do. And I've worked with interviewed that they are fairly open, and they all comment that it's something that they would like to see more people of their has an persuasion to, to be more open about or to be more interested. Our guest is Dr Paul Leslie, we are just getting started on the subject of hoodoo. We'll be talking about Shamanism and really getting into some depth on this topic over the next hour and a half. We'll also be taking your calls next hour. If you want to jot down or toll free line is eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine again, that's eight four four six eight seven seven six six.
"leslie paul" Discussed on KNSS
"Ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty K N as with Marcus. And the guest host for tonight's program will be with you, the next couple of hours and we'll be talking to Dr Paul, Leslie. He is our guest this evening. He is a psychotherapist researcher trainer and an author living in Achim, South Carolina. He's a licensed therapist national board, certified fellow in hypnotherapy has a doctorate in counseling psychology. He has authored several books and his research, and practice, focus is in the area of psychotherapy healing Shamanism and personal development. Joining us on beyond reality radio. Dr Paul, Leslie, Paul, welcome to the program. How are you tonight? Great. Thanks so much me. Yeah. Thanks for joining us earlier tonight, I you know, I looked up who do on the internet doing some research for the program and kind of the basic definition. I guess is that it's traditional African American folk spirituality pick it up from there. If you will Paul give us a little bit of a sense of what exactly who do is. And how it's different from Liu because there's some confusion between those two. Yeah. Generally is in times, people use the two terms interchangeably, the big distinction is who do at least from from Mark perspective. What I've researched is. Came across from west central Africa with the slave trade, and when it was brought into the south eastern, Atlantic coast of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia area, they're brought into Fantasia that were primarily of the religious nature of Protestantism. And when the African people brought over, they a lot of traditional religious spiritual beliefs with them when they came into these Protestant communities that they were forced into a lot of their religious aspects of that belief system. They had had to either go. Underground change. Essentially for survival because a lot of times, these folks were forcibly converted into Christianity now, in, in the case of zoo with a, a lot of that came from the Caribbean, Haiti and areas like that, which primarily run by Flint and the French were generally can't. So when they brought slaves in to the like Louisiana area. They're bringing in, in from a Catholic perspective. Well, a lot of the African believes that meld a little better into our system, because they had a variety of different spirits, and things like that, that could kind of blend in with the different saints that you see in Catholicism in votive, familiar spirits like Papa leg band things. Like that could be kind of imposed upon certain teachers of Catholic saying, we're at who do this mostly became the that religion and spirituality. But there aren't saying and Protestant Southern Baptists to kind of religious system. So it really kind of all kind of just primarily became a team and pragmatic magical system. So it was a system that originated in Africa was brought over by the slaves. They're coming to America, and they did not feel comfortable or feel safe in practicing this religion in any kind of open way. That's pretty much. It matter of fact, there's widespread knowledge now, you know, from all the anthropology archaeology that a lot of this continued during their in slave, but it was not something that was actively showcased, because, you know, not look favorably upon the powers that be that they were having their own religion. They're trying to empower themselves through magic to deal with, with really what was horrendous. Situation to survive and a lot of aspects of hoodoo to involve healing, so a lot of times didn't always get the best medical treatment, it was only when it was a life threatening issue and slaves will consider property back then so slave owners and overseers would only call a doctor if, if it was, like, property was going to stop producing a lot of the basic healing day today, trials and tribulations they can take care of themselves. And that comes a long oval stuff, magical spells for, for help. All those were still actively going on. And what point did the sleeves or African Americans in general here in the United States, start to feel comfortable in practicing, who do out in the open? Did that did that take a long time for that openness to develop? Bruce, I still don't think they're really yeah. The one thing I've noticed in my research. I mean around and trying to talk to a lot of people and I was fortunate that I was able to, to a good number of people, but there are more people practice hoodoo who still do it very secretly. It's interesting day, actually, tell them to contact of mine, who with on the coast of South Carolina, and he's hoodoo practitioners artist and making the conversation about trying to get people to talk about these things, and he agreed with me that he said, you'll talk to someone who will totally dismiss you in a nice way and say, I wouldn't know anything about that. And then you find out they have in the back of their house will alter all who do magical stuff that people come over late at night, and you know. Seeking assistance with spiritual problems, but it's just something over all, but it's still kind of look down on and that's I think that's very unfortunate because it, it it's got a lot to also from some historical perspective and washable perspective. And there are some aspects to that. So the stigma remains all these hundreds of years later. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I found Moore Caucasians who do claim I should say claims to do. Then I have a lot of African Americans, the ones that I know personally do. With interviewed that they are fairly open, and they, they've all come in at that. It's something that they would like to see more people of their has an persuasion to, to be more open about or to be more interested. Our guest is Dr Paul Leslie, we are just getting started on the subject of who do we'll be talking about Shamanism and really getting into some depth on this topic over the next hour and a half will also be taking your calls next hour. If you wanna jut down or toll free line is eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine again, that's eight four four six eight seven seven six six.
"leslie paul" Discussed on WWL
"The unusual the bizarre, and occasionally, the Macab this is beyond reality radio. Good evening, everyone. Welcome to the program tonight, Bruce markets and filling in for our regular guests who regular hosts I should say, Jason Hawes and JV Johnson, both taking the night off. I'll be your guest host for the next couple of hours tonight. Also fill in on Monday nights program, and then Jason and JV will return on Tuesday night. Very glad that you could join us this evening. A late night Thursday. Before we get started tell you about tonight's guests. The focus of the show. Wanna remind you about a few things. First of all, it's remind you about our terrific website. It is beyond reality radio dot com. Again, that's beyond reality radio dot com. Also, we have a chat room that is now at our YouTube channel go to YouTube JV Johnson, and there's a chat room rate there again. JV Johnson on YouTube, so definitely take part in our chat. You can follow us on Facebook at beyond reality radio. In addition, you can follow us on Snapchat, and on Instagram. And if you'd like to know, more about me can follow me on Facebook. I have a page that I started about five months ago, it is called bursts, Marcus ghostly gallery, actually if you just plug in the words ghostly gallery on Facebook, it's going to be one of the first things that comes up there, I talk about horror, super. Natural, the paranormal talk about appearances on this show. Lots of other fun stuff at Bruce, Marcus ghostly gallery. Please visit the page please like it. We're fast approaching five hundred lakes. So we're nearing a milestone opening. Get there in the next day or two and building the audience there as well now coming up on tonight's program. Our guest is going to be, Dr Paul, Leslie Paul, Leslie is a psychotherapist author and educator, and he's going to be talking about who do doctors and Shamanism, his website, Dr Paul, Leslie dot com. We'll tell you more about that during the course of the show, he's also written a couple of books, one of them as newest book is low country, Shamanism an exploration of the magical and healing practices of the coastal Carolinas, and Georgia. Prior to that wrote the year of living magically, practical ways to create a life of spirit wonder and connection. So he'll be our guest coming up..
"leslie paul" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"It's in the making. And this is the Oak Hill Parkway project that area the wino- kill has been a mess for years for generations horrible. Austin city council is considering pitching in three point three million dollars towards that project citing environmental in transit concerns, citizens and activists foreign against the project spoke before council mayor Steve Adler responded by taking something of a holistic view region. Sometimes projects are going to be a regional determination. Not always a city. In this case. I think it's the regional needs that are driving this project the motion pass eight to two with council members pool and casare voting against Eric like of NewsRadio KLBJ. All right. So you got the state that's willing to spend a bunch of money to fix the wino- kill in that area. But we got several city council members that don't wanna pump any money into it at all because they don't want to expand that area, right? I believe that that would lead to a bad environmental issues. Some of these council members, Leslie Paul, Greg Oreo Khazar and counts member and kitchen. They're not too. Sure, if it was up to me, I would never build something like that. And the Parkway area. I think it is not progressive doesn't reflect where we wanna go for transit. And I am horrified about what it's going to goodness death and mayhem. Here we go. And we're waiting for your suggestion. Her suggestion is to do nothing. Yeah. Exactly. It because they enjoy traffic congestion, they embrace this Democrats socialist city council embraces congestion because that will make you wanna ride a bus or train. If traffic is so bad, you'll get so pissed off you won't even get in your car. You'll just get an rickshaw. Or some other form of transportation to get to work. Is it bad form for me to call? The woman a moron. No is that bad for him for a guy to call. A woman a moron only if it's appropriate. And in this case, I think an kitchen your moron Graham. Oh, good morning. Hey, good morning. Don. Oh, I'm in actually driving up and down pack, and I do it every daily the daily basis in the morning for work. Yeah. You know, we have that one way expressway till late on the southbound. And it's like a gamble sometimes it's faster than normal lanes. And sometimes normally faster the toll road. But overall, do you think it's helped the free lanes flow better during peak times? Well, yeah. Because, you know, the, of course, the price changes as far as the you know, as much people come on the tollway. The price goes up. But if there's ever a stall or there's something going on on the toilet, you're screwed. No. There's no doubt about that. It is seven fourteen stay with us. We got some incredible tech news straight ahead, including a shakedown at Facebook world headquarters. We'll tell you about it. Todd. You with the rhinestone dot collar between us dogs. I just convinced my human to upgrade to a new home with the twelve hundred square foot bathroom. I think.
"leslie paul" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Members and kitchen Gregorio Khazar and Leslie Paul and mayor Adler as well. Right. You know, we've got some city owned properties as well. Sim city on structures that they're looking at preparing those to put them in problem is what residential areas are gonna want that next to him. If there are any residential areas that but up against that. So there's no perfect situation. I was looking nobody wants human being sleeping in the bushes. So there's a human factor here. These are human beings. I I have compassion for them. My question is every time we start to build one of these things we have a tendency to lure even more people to town. And we don't know how much this is gonna cost. Exactly get a good grip on how much it's gonna cost us. Every time we do tend to make things a little bit more tolerable for the homeless in the city. You're right. It's decimating. The word seems to get out down the pipeline and more people show up. It's never ending. I saw a picture yesterday. I thank you saw it as well of the homeless city that is right now, it's one of many at south I and been white. Silverback be leave. Oh, my heart. It's very sad. It is sad. But it is also it's a big problem. And you can you know that it's a massive problem over that. It's horrible the way we allow people to live like that. I got it. It's also a Big Eye sore. I know where you're coming from. It's also a horrible thing. Todd to look at nobody wants to look I'll get mad at me. I'm just saying compassion for human beings that sleep on the streets. I calls me to care about people like that. That's all. Okay. That's all it is. So my my point is how much is this shelter gonna cost us. Why do we continue to create situations where people are pushed onto the streets. It's you know, if that's your focus, you're gonna learn more people to town that need your service. I know where you're coming from. But I gotta be honest with you Todd, I have compassion compassion to you. Oh, I know you Dan tired of However, I can have compassion for human beings. And also be sick and tired of looking at these home homeless encampments on the side of the just don't want you to start the day off. So angry. That's all on you sound really pissed inside of me. There's let go and relax. None of this affects you know. It does does. No, no. It doesn't. Okay. I'm lying to you. Right now. How does it affect you? I look at it. I see it and site late that affects me when it's my is looking at it affects me, you don't want to see it. I understand I'm still happy. It is six eight and time for the rush update. The number of people filing for unemployment benefits hit the lowest. It's been since nineteen sixty nine now let that sink in America hasn't seen these kinds of unemployment numbers in fifty years. We haven't seen this many people with jobs in this country in half a century. Now that's not enough to crawl about. Here's some additional good news. Walmart has put out a call for drivers. They want to hire hundreds of new truck drivers because business is doing so well, the hundreds of drivers WalMart expects to hire soon are on top of the fourteen hundred drivers they added to the fleet last year, and guess what? These are good paying jobs. The average driver at WalMart will make about ninety thousand dollars a year. Walmart's the enemy of organized labor, the enemy of elected Democrats paying drivers ninety thousand dollars a year in an economy that's on fire. This is what it looks like when America is back to work. And this is what the democrat party wants to bring to a screeching halt and on not making that up. Don't doubt me. What happened you used to go hours without visiting the bathroom? Now, it seems like you're constantly getting up to pee and you're even getting up at night to go..
"leslie paul" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"We're Todd Jeffries you're listening to the best of Todd and Don, show actually my parts a little better than. Todd's, but we're going to be live at five Five thirty you stay tuned You're listening to the best of Todd and Don on NewsRadio KLBJ Major League Soccer is coming to. Town in a big vote last night after months of negotiations in postponed votes the Austin city council has voted seventy four to move forward with a deal borough Major League Soccer stadium and Michaela. Place there in north Austin. Everybody's got the fever now now the council decided to authorize the negotiations and execution of agreements with Precourt sports ventures in the goal is to have the, stadium ready by. The year twenty twenty one so we're not sure where they're going to play next, year or the year, after but twenty twenty one. The stadium, should, be complete they say mayor Steve Adler, protect Kathy Talgo, couch members Greg casare Garza Jimmy Flanagan. And kitchen reopen to Riera they all voted in favor of. The, stadium coming to town now four council members who voted against, the stadium or Leslie Poole whose district, covers, the proposed, stadium, location, yeah or. Houston electronics Claire Allison altered they. Voted against it His well for barriers reasons and. It was pretty interesting council member Leslie Paul Anthony Precourt bumped. Into each other at the end of the council meeting and had, a discussion about this and basically Anthony? Precourt, wanted to, shake, your. Hand and. Say thank you yes Even though she voted against, it, he, was being a pro he was being trying to trying to build a relationship with him yes exactly well, here's council member Leslie Paul and Anthony Precourt in that conversation, after the. Vote Ways that you were not in Columbus You're you're director pal for promises that you must I hope everybody catches She says you gotta keep your promises unlike what you. Did. Back in Columbus okay I, understand her concerns actually and they still have some, legal issues on, there but you know what was the point of? Her her doing that At the, same time when he walked up to her she's Walked up to her and basically. Keep your promises okay great but what you have to be she, was kind of hostile a little bit hostile to the guy and it's, like Like. He did something wrong that's business he did something wrong back. In, Columbus. He broke the calm broke a. Contract there well why would you I mean seriously those are legitimate, concerns she has You're. Going, to stick to your word I. Think it just would have been a better time right then, just to say congratulations and we're looking forward to good a good relationship with Precourt that's it well that's what they say in public this was kind of off the, record, of behind the scenes but listen to the proposal one at one over hesitant council members after the, owners agreed to pay three million dollars to capital metro for bus service around the state yes Precourt sports ventures which. Owns, the Columbus Crew and MLS soccer, team and plan to move. To Austin and they said they, were extremely pleased with the council decision to move forward these plans. With the privately funded, stadium basically they're going to build the. Stadium two hundred million dollars, worth they're gonna give it to us then they're gonna. Pay a million dollars a year in rent, good and if they. Leave I think it's a twenty year deal and if they leave early they'll have to pay a million dollars. For, every year they did not fulfil they leave after, ten they. Owe ten million a million dollars a. Year in rent is, certainly come a long. Way, since a dollar? A year, in? Rent now if the. Team does At, twenty one thousand nine they'll need a temporary home where is that gonna be well it could be you know it could be the soccer stadium at UT could be, decay, are maybe don't diamond at Ron Ronca could be an option the round rock express president says they, have a preliminary discussion with Precourt the university of Texas has Meyer stadium a spokesperson for the school says they have. Not, been in any discussions about using, their facility the Dell diamonds. Done this before they hosted a, major event involving a couple of pro teams from Mexico yeah and. It was the biggest, crowd they've ever had at the Dell. Diamond they're they're ready for, it they can they could deal with that you're listening. To the best of Todd and Don on, NewsRadio KLBJ right now. You're listening to the best of the Todd and Don show but stay with us we're live coming up at. Five, thirty on NewsRadio LBJ.
"leslie paul" Discussed on WTVN
"Sweep the reds. In Cincinnati milky, Cabrera's two run shot in the six. Gives the try before two three win Indians pitching staff shut, out the reds after the first inning, and tribe take. The season series four, games, to to win the battle for the Ohio Cup in two thousand eighteen Indian skipper Terry Francona says. It's beg to win the, interstate series people, say that we haven't played a lot of big games. But we're. Going home with that Cup Cleveland and Cincinnati both off on Thursday tribe open weekend series versus the Orioles on Friday reds host the San Francisco Giants. Over at Huntington park the clippers topped the Rochester Red Wings three two to Syracuse chiefs come to town tonight for seven oh five first pitch Austin city. Council, vote, seven to four in favor of an MLS stadium. Proposal by Precourt sports ventures PSV you will have to privately financed the construction of the stadium is paves the way for Anthony. Precourt to move crew as c. to Austin. News in Austin caught this, exchange, with Austin city councilwoman Leslie Paul, and Anthony Precourt after, the votes were cast Partner In ways that you were not in. Columbus the city of Columbus is suing Precourt sports ventures in hopes of keeping the team in town and Buckeye defensive end Nick Bosa named a first team preseason all American by Sports Illustrated. Quarterback Damon are net named is second. Team Ohio State opens the two thousand eighteen campaign two weeks from Saturday hosting Oregon state from the central Ohio Honda dealers sports, desk Eric, research NewsRadio, six ten. WTVN remember what channel I was watching yesterday had a little downtime in the. Afternoon just clicked on the TV and it just seemed like every commercial break they. Had there was one of those commercials about smoking and second hand smoke and all the, people you, know like to have the trait, tubes and you know they have the thing that vibrate so they can, talk you can hear. Him and I, mean just as real stark, anti, yeah anti smoking, commercials. Right, so I, mean you, know it's down people gotta do what people gotta, do but there is a report this morning From the, American Cancer Society that second hand smoke And it's just. Whether childhood exposure is associated with. Mortality in childhood so they started looking at it they examined associations of childhood and adult secondhand, smoke, exposure with deaths, from all causes. Heart disease stroke chronic lung disease..
"leslie paul" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Here Todd and is Todd Jeffries and the guy on the other. Side of the table his name is Don Don coming up on. Our, ten year. Anniversary yes we are you. And I in. September that is correct we should plan something we should. Let me rephrase that. You. Should plan some. Okay I'm on it what do you got What do, you cook it up. Something well we we're we're negotiating right now yes we are we are it's a it comes down to does anybody wanna pay for it listen talking about, who's paying for. It how about this Major League Soccer is coming to town in a big, vote last night after, months of negotiations postponed votes. The Austin, city, council voted seventy. Four to move forward. With the deal, borough Major League Soccer stadium and McCain. Place there in north Austin everybody's got the fever now the. Council, decided to authorize the negotiations and execution of agreements with Precourt sports ventures in the goal is to have. The stadium ready by the year twenty, twenty, one so. We're not sure where they're gonna play next year or the year after but twenty twenty one the stadium. Should be complete they say mayor Steve Adler pro Kathy Talgo catch. Members, Greg casare. Garza Jimmy Flanagan and kitchen. Real to Riera. They all voted in favor of the stadium coming to. Town now four council. Members. Who voted against. The stadium or less Sleep. Pull whose district covers the proposed stadium location or Houston Ellen Claire altered they, voted against it as, well for various reasons and. It was, pretty, interesting counts member. Leslie Poole and Anthony. Precourt bumped into, each other at the end of the. Council meeting and had a discussion about this and and basically. Anthony, Precourt wanted to shake your hand and say thank yes Even though, she, voted, against it he was being a pro he was being trying to build a relationship him yes exactly well here, is council member Leslie Paul and Anthony Precourt in that conversation after, the vote Hoopla In ways that you were not in, Columbus you are on your on director for promises that you must I hope I hope everybody catches Record promises to fulfill his Says you got to keep your promises unlike what. You. Did back in Columbus okay, I understand her concerns actually and they still, have some legal, issues there but you know what was the point of her her doing that At the, same time when he, walked up to her she walked up to her and basically help you. Keep. Your promises okay great but, once you have to be she was kind, of hostile a, little bit hostile to the guy and it's like He did something wrong that's business he did something wrong back. In, Columbus. He broke the calm broke a contract there well why would you I mean seriously those are legitimate, concerns she has Are you. Gonna, stick to your word I think. It just would have been a better time right then just. To say congratulations and we're looking forward to good a good relationship with Precourt that's it well that's what they say in public this was kind of off, the, record of behind the scenes listened to proposal one at one over hesitant council members after the owners, agreed to pay three million dollars to capital metro for bus service around the state yes Precourt sports ventures which owns the. Columbus, Crew and MLS soccer team and, plan to move to Austin. And they said they were extremely pleased, with the council's decision to move full of these plans with the privately. Funded stadium basically they're, going to build the stadium two hundred. Million dollars worth they're going, to give it to us then they're going to pay. A million dollars a. Year in rent good and if, they leave I think. It's a twenty year deal and if they leave early they'll have to pay a million dollars for every year. They, did not fulfil so if they leave after, ten they. Owe ten million a million dollars a. Year in rent is, certainly come a long. Way, since a dollar? A year, in? Rent now if the. Team does At two thousand nineteen they'll need. A temporary home where is that going to be well it. Could be you know it could be the soccer stadium at UT could be decay are maybe don't diamond in Ronca could be an option the Ron rock, express, president says they have a preliminary discussion with Precourt the university of Texas has Meyer stadium a spokesperson, for the school says they have not been in any discussions about using their facility the Dell diamonds done this before they. Hosted, a major event involving a couple, of pro teams from Mexico. Yeah and it was the biggest crowd, they've ever had at the Dell diamond they're they're ready for it they. Could they could deal, with that and that that game at. The Dell diamond is what, kind of convinced you that soccer could work here I. Mean you look around. On any any high school or, any field or any. Parking you know any soccer recreation area on the weekends and it's packed with kids there's no doubt about the. Popularity, of playing the sport Austin Texas has a reputation. Of, developing the some of. The greatest. Soccer athletes I mean we have some clubs here in town that are truly amazing where you said that Dell diamond game was packed. It was, largest crowd Dell diamond has ever had do you recall how many actual people, that would, have been don't remember the numbers are stations down the hall that. Hosted the yeah yeah but yes so there you go It's happening now. Prior to meeting total of nineteen backup amendments were added to the discussion the amendments range from making sure the agreement? Includes youth programming commitments as well as giving the city the right to approve the annual list of proposed events aside from, the games that's that's the big question I have over the life. Of Precourt sports using the, stadium, and they'll use it maybe thirty games out of the year thirty nights. Thirty days do we get to book events. For the rest of the year to make money for the. City we need to and I know that was that was? That was, part of the last minute negotiating was that the city has a say. So in, what those events will be in Prague role in that but so my question is okay so we're looking at. Twenty thousand seat stadium. Here in and I don't. I don't have a good feel for soccer I'm not a? Soccer guy haven't followed it really at all so will will we. Be, able, to put. Twenty thousand seats twenty Thousand bucks in those seats the. Erwin center let's say Bruce Springsteen at their Erwin center would be. The biggest thing we're talking, about, eighteen thousand people there I believe with Erwin center can't we do that. Over and over and over for soccer that's. A great question we're looking. At a couple of thousand more. Than that well yeah we could if there's a Taylor swift concert Todd John. Show all. Right you're hearing, very very. Important, unfortunately I have not been to kind to mind over the. Years I've paid a price I have tonight is that ringing in the? Ears I know a lot of you out. There have it in and you don't think there's anything you can do about. It that is not. True you gotta go see Dr Kristen keener luminary tonight as in audiology, center she can help you in a big. Way there's a lot of new technology out there that can help tonight is sufferers and certainly people that.
"leslie paul" Discussed on WTVN
"Is August sixteenth idiots wet outside we kind of knew it was coming and, let's say we might have, a wave or two as we go, through the day solicited an, update ABC six I warning weather and meteorologist Phil Kelly so we. Know, there's rain but we expecting much in, the way of storms or anything severe well some thunderstorms are going to, be possible but I think our main issue with these storms that are coming through we've got a number of disturbances. Really over the next twenty four. Hours is going to be the amount of rain we're gonna be talking localized flooding one to two. Inch is going to be possible over the next twenty four, to thirty six hours so if you live in an area that floods pretty easily you're going to want to really pay attention up until. We get to the weekend up until the low eighties for highs today scattered rain tonight we get down to seventy and the rain for your Friday looks to. Be mainly, into the. Afternoon and evening than we are drying out for the weekend all right. Forecast powered By the, basement doctor Franklin county basically. Got the coding of green on the, radar so rain pretty much, outer belt and in we've got seventy right now in sunbury and. Seventy, two at your severe weather station News, Radio six ten WTVN so it's another day and another crew story this, one we kind of knew there was gonna be some motion today but yesterday twelve thirty our time it was the. Austin city council and they made. Their vote seven four and approve construction of a two hundred million dollar MLS stadium that approval of. The stadium clears one more hurdle as Anthony Precourt plans to, move the crew out of Columbus council needed to meetings and had plenty of debate to agree on that stadium -cation public land it's McCallum. Place and what's odd about it is it's ten miles outside of downtown and that's one of those things again even if you're not like super rabid crazy for. The crew, this story He becomes odder and odder because you got Precourt sports ventures and, they said they wanted downtown stadium. They, wanna be downtown they wanna what okay so where they are. Right now Compared to downtown Columbus is about. A third is close. To downtown as? The. Stadium in Austin will be so Why you, want the downtown in Columbus but in Austin you can be three times farther away from the downtown not sure. And I don't even know if he thinks that way. Or if it was just I want a new thing I'm gonna do. It until I get what I want I'm not sure never spoken to Mr. Precourt we've offered You know even yesterday after the thing and, he's all geeked about the thing but when they start asking them questions, about being in Columbus and what's the exit. Strategy and what he thinks he's I, we'll talk about, that more later he just gives you the stiff arm, so he's, got a serious attitude and again I go back to that because when you look at how that goes do. You wanna love something or someone that doesn't love you. Back dude clearly doesn't want to be in. Columbus anymore He wants to. Not be here so again I understand. It if you look at it. From the, context of we'd like to get someone else to buy the team that, wants to be in Columbus because we like it in Columbus and all, that but if that's the guy in charge We don't need that and The one councilwoman that was up here and touring. Around and all that stuff she's like she'd rather them not steal coloma's team if they want to have a team and, grow. Their own and go okay so let's say, Precourt and the, crew, leave. And they go well okay if there's all that fervor and there's business people with huge ducats that want to. Support that kind. Of thing we gotta stadium We know how many people come and watch the games so, get. Those people together petition the MLS and let's, start another team, I'm, not. Saying it's like super easy I get it but I mean there's other ways to skin that cat in there. I don't know But it just it's so curious to me that people get so fired up about it when the guy, definitely doesn't want, to be here so. You know whether the lawsuit goes, I mean the city and the, state both of Suda try to keep them here and that's another. One I need to read deeper on that because you, just look at that and, you know you're capitalist society United States of. America if the guy owns the team. Can't he do. What he wants, whether it be gets approval from the parties that. He works with So anyway that is that is, more on that of speaking of, big stadium stuff should be should be interesting at Ohio stadium tonight Again anytime, you plan outdoor activity in Ohio in August you have to plan. For the chance that there might be some. Rain so you, know it's just a couple of weeks. Back Taylor, swift is in here I think she pulled about sixty thousand people. I remember I you got beyond saying Jay z. tonight And the weather's a little iffy and I'm not trying to put the bad mouth Fontham I'm just saying that's kind of how. It is, so if you look at the numbers of that I mean you think. Beyond saying Jay z would be gun dough crowd pretty. Big axe pretty. I mean the people that know beyond Sam watched, her work and all of a sudden they say she is literally the. Hardest, working person in show business I mean she. Wants it perfect and. The, choreography and all of it just bam so it's, going to be a heck of a show there's no doubt but when. You look at, Ohio State like football they can pack now at one hundred and. Four thousand into Ohio stadium okay and the. Record for a show non football you know something else Pink Floyd in ninety four they didn't. Seventy five thousand people So whether. That rivals, I don't, know but should be interesting for sure. And again, you know you keep, an eye, on, that weather but again we're talking about cloudy. Breezy day shower storms are likely we get an early wave it takes a. Break a little bit and then rain and storms again tonight so. We'll just have to wait and see how that plays in if you're going to have a great time and just be prepared because it's probably going to be. A little on the west side What else, the the birdhouse man, we told, you, about this yesterday the six hundred I think. Was the number out of a house in Clinton Bill authorities say veterinarians are. Working overtime to evaluate each bird but they're only about halfway through. So a lot of birds according to the ASPCA none of the birds have had to be euthanized but many of them are ill Prosecutors say the owner of the birds face. Multiple charges hearing scheduled for next week so there's that and then we got sports real quick. If you're a reds fan you might wanna consider checking out this online auction they team launched it yesterday old signs banners displays from the reds. Hall of, fame and, museum they have furniture from great American ballpark and other stuff. That kinda revolves around the reds pretty cool, stuff the proceeds from a sailor going to support the museum's efforts to preserve. And showcase, reds history, so I guess what they're doing. Is they're saving some of the. Better pieces and selling off some. Of the lesser or minor pieces or whatever I mean you know. They're museum, people so, they know how to make that call so it, does help to support reds history. Which is good if you wanna see it e., b. t. h. dot com elephant brandy Thomas Homer, e b t h dot com Come and. Go reds radio six ten WTVN sports the Cleveland Indians sweep the reds in Cincinnati milky Cabrera's two run shot in the six to gives the try before. Two three, win Indians pitching staff shut out the reds after the first. Inning and take the season series four games to to win the battle for. The Ohio Cup in two thousand eighteen Indian skipper Terry. Francona says it's beg to, win the interstate series people will say that we. Haven't played a lot of, big games, but, we're going home without Cup Cleveland and Cincinnati both. Off on Thursday tribe opening weekend series versus the Orioles on Friday reds host the San Francisco Giants over. At Huntington park the clippers topped the Rochester Red Wings three two to Syracuse chiefs come to. Town tonight for seven oh five first pitch Austin city council vote seven to four in favor of an MLS stadium proposal by Precourt sports ventures. PSV you, will have, to privately financed the construction of the stadium is paves the. Way for Anthony Precourt to move crew as, c. to Austin news in Austin caught this exchange with Austin city councilwoman Leslie. Paul and. Anthony Precourt, after the votes were cast Murray I, will be in ways that you were not in Columbus the city of Columbus suing Precourt sports ventures in hopes of keeping the team in town and Buckeye defensive end Nick Bosa named a first. Team preseason all, American by Sports Illustrated quarterback Damon are. Net named is second team state opens the two thousand eighteen campaign, two weeks from Saturday hosting Oregon, state from the..
"leslie paul" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Full reports on on. NewsRadio, KLBJ website NewsRadio KLBJ dot com also. Today the the fate, of, Major League Soccer it's in the hands. Of the Austin city council today and it's you know this has been an, issue, that's, been discussed for what. Six months now Now is it been about that long six months Seems like six years now actually days before the Austin city council set to vote on whether or. Not to, move, forward with Major League Soccer, stadium councilmember, Leslie Paul who's district covers, north, Austin including McCain a place, traveled to, Columbus Ohio to talk to hometown Columbus Crew fans and her office tells NewsRadio. KLBJ and KFC and that she blew combo Columbus Sunday to meet with, local stakeholders and fans are chief of staff says. Used her own money to pay for this trip and basically she wanted. To find out the culture wanted to find out you know how much of the Columbus. Crew was woven into the fiber of, the city and? She's basically came back and said. You know what we don't want Columbus Crew here we're going to present another, idea for Major League Soccer to, come. To town and she's gonna present that today though she's more concerned about the people, of Columbus than she is. The people of Austin. Texas. Here, who wanted here that's what you, get yeah, well that's one of the things she's you know she's, a bleeding heart and she's considering, want anybody Anybody's feelings to be heard and she's real. She says Columbus, is? Not. A good deal. To work with well the team is not a good deal we're gonna work working another way to get a stadium and get a soccer team here but she also has feelings and. She doesn't, want, to take their soccer team, away from, them and I think there, are, a lot of people here, that she, should be representing that don't feel well represented by her she's not taking them. Away they're leaving they're going well they're not gonna play in Columbus anymore, here she is speaking with KFC I don't want. To take a team from the other town they've been in Columbus for. Twenty years so there's a really strong fabric up there it's a part of people's lives. So there you go now Austin city, council but another? Chance to make a final call. On McCain a place and whether or not to bring the team to town, now at amendment my council member, Ellen. Trucks Claire she asked the Columbus crew's owners to build up to four thousand parking, spots instead of just one. Thousand she's concerned about. Where. People, are gonna park that makes sense, right yes, shitty documents show the company is against this believing It'll be. Better for traffic if people use shuttle buses basically the Columbus Crew in the organizers say, if you build parking spaces then people are going to drive there and it's going to create. A parking problem if you don't build a parking garage then they'll find other ways to get there and they won't drive. Now prior to a vote. And another, delay the council. Put forward numerous amendments to this deal. Council member Leslie pulled defended them. I think the amendments all of them that are being offered. Are trying to answer concerns that have. Been raised throughout the public comment period and. What people have been telling us. Yeah now while the amendments, prompted mayor Steve, Adler yesterday dimension well here he is poisoned pill would be request that rises to a level that means that it's no. Longer economically viable, can't work yeah, so basically, the. Mayor says all these additional amendments are a poison pill I'm looking at the. Diet people shaking their heads, I think everybody agreed that eleven thirty we're. Going to call, for? A. Vote and wherever. We are we're going to call Vote and then, we'll be done yeah that's later today thirty. City going gonna vote on Major League Soccer what. Are your feelings what are your feelings. Todd how where where are you with this do you think, it's going to happen I think, I, vote no I really do I just feel like all the has been latte Al thing there's too, much and I have a feeling that probably. Columbus crew's looking at. This, too is like going good Lord let's look somewhere else man? This, is why we really, did know. It was going. To be this difficult to try to well it's. Going to be difficult in any city. It's this is controversial well what do you use the people's money to build a, stadium yeah it becomes controversial now let's see KTBS Fox News they. Caught, up with resident. Soccer professional enthusiast experts you may know him as. Jeff Ward he's he's? Co host of the? Ad? And Jeff show in the afternoons generally? Shirtless did he do this interview shirtless You could see it? It's. It's there on ABC's website. He's. Shirtless in the studio okay day to day we met with talk. Show host Jeff Ward at KLBJ healthy process it really has because you. Get here early on when he was going to get the land. For a dollar a lot of people reacting wait a. Minute that. Doesn't seem. Quite right why in the world would, we do that the city council I think her from them was the right, thing to do amended that came. Back and change their position man. He looks good on. Camera, and I was. Gonna say it sounds like they did that interview, with him. In the bathroom because you can hear the fan the was end the Clements fan the fan that's always on when. You get in yes, Clements, fan is to stay cool you come in here in the morning and that has the fan he's, left it on the night before and there's. A smell of urine. I, don't know why Jeff Ward has to do every interview shirtless? I, don't understand that part, of his. Conscience started out. I remember thank you did a thing on him. Years ago and there was a scene. In there where he's running around or track shirtless and that's where the whole thing, he's always just kind of slightly Sweaty little bit whether. It's yes or no ward says one thing is certain time, is running out and I think if there's no vote tomorrow or if it's, sort of more dragging feeds more. Ideas about train stations and stuff You wouldn't blame him allow the guy for saying okay we're gonna shop around there. You go that's Jeff Ward on KT BC your reaction straight ahead we'll also have some tech news we'll. Explain all the details about, how well not enough kids in the, AST reading on par reading at their current, grade level we'll tell you all that coming up in tech news and Instagram cyberattack seemingly, linked to Russia straight ahead Don show All right, I wanna tell you how you can save some. Money this summer you can get. Rid of those high interest rates on credit card balances, and, listen if you've got good credit that can still mean that you might carry some credit card debt that's..
"leslie paul" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"It is galana night on sports radio 610 i'm paul galant seven one three five 74 6'10 is how you call into those interactive sports are in houston texas on an asqelon anything football friday who watson urban there are lots of words there are a lot of titles there so let's just dive into what we were trying to talked about in the last segment but we always get we always get thrown off topic i got to say when it comes to the jacksonville jaguars defense i like it because i think they're pass russia's good i don't think the past russia's great but i think it's good because there isn't a guy that's their that's like an elite passenger it's more as a tandem as a as a team with the glock way and klay campbell and um of elite jackson like it's more that they have four guys that are probably at the very least slightly better that every single offense of lyman above them but there's no one there's no vaughn miller's o j waters there's there's nothing like that there so i liked them up front but i'm not like terrified of them up front linebacker i still think they're getting better i mean you've got a guy in miles jack who i think could really be something good someday and maybe a make an old woman too much of the interception that he had against the pittsburgh steelers but i really like him as a flyer i wasn't under censure of what to expect out of him when the jaguars took him but he looks good pablos was the and his neck that does not look real i don't know if you've ever seen palm of palms leslie paul puzzles knees knack his neck is wider than his head.
"leslie paul" Discussed on WJR 760
"This week with george stephanopoulos and by the way they contacted me obama beyond next sunday with them but nonetheless he is saying that the lynch mobs are after al franken and of course there after roy more and of course there were after john conyers but they're real goal the lynch mobs goal is to invalidate and destroy the presidency of donald j trump to use the template of franklin firm franken and a template of of conyers to destroy the president so as a woman do you process this thing any differently than i do i'm not really but let's look at what the lack has been trying to accuse the tump of it not checking because there simply not factually true uh first it was russian collusion okay that doesn't work then it was obstruction of justice okay that doesn't have any merit okay learn a lot paint him as a sexual predator like those within the democrat party and worry disagree with you bill is al franken al franken denied some allegations but that in his uh apology which wasn't an apology it with a 10minute filibuster he basically just went on and blamed everybody else but most of the things happened before he came but came senator luigi birchell is virtually acknowledge an and admitted that he had this type of misogynistic herath eating behaviour that we saw with photographic evidence i as well as the pattern he joked about drugging and raping leslie paul yeah and so even though it happened before he was a senator there was a pattern and he didn't really apologize nor did he uh you know did he not admit that it didn't happen and so with al franken added with john conyers looking what uh nancy pelosi's first reaction to john conyers love because that was the most honest he basically just mode he's winning i mean there's just an allegation she said he's an icon and not exactly how we then take this and look and say what why is the democrat party throwing their own under the bus it is because they have been protecting predators everson bill clinton and looking the.
"leslie paul" Discussed on WCTC
"With them but nonetheless he he's saying that the lynch mobs are after al franken and of course there after roy more and of course they were after john conyers but they're real goal the lynch mobs goal is to invalidate and destroy the presidency of donald j trump to use the template of franklin for franken and the template of of conyers to destroy the president so as a woman do you process this thing any differently than i do i'm not really but but let's look at what the left has been trying the accused the trump of at not checking because there simply not factually true uh first it was russian collusion okay that doesn't work then it was obstruction of justice okay that doesn't have any merit okay let's paint him as a sexual predator like those within the democrat party and worry disagree with you feel is al franken al franken denied some allegations but then in his uh apology which wasn't an apology it with a 10minute filibuster he basically just went on and blamed everybody else that most of the things happened before he came that came senator somebody virtual is virtually acknowledge and uh admitted that he had this type of misogynistic harassed eating behaviour that we saw with photographic evidence i as well as the pattern he joked about drugging and raping leslie paul and so even though it happened before he was a senator there was a pattern and he didn't really apologize nor did he uh you know did he not admit that it didn't happen and so with al franken as the john conyers looking what uh nancy pelosi's first reaction that john you're on your love because that was the most on it she basically just that look even though these women i mean there was just a couple of allegation she's that he's an icon as not exactly how we then take this and look and say what a why is the democrat party throwing their own under the bus it is because they have been protecting creditors everson bill clinton and looking the other way they are not the champions of women so they need to use this as a political weapon in order to regain the trust amongst many and and and pretend and as they are the advocates of women and the packers so lambs were franken and rightfully so conyers because even cokie roberts wouldn't get in an elevator with them and.
"leslie paul" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"To look the other way that is how it's been historically the question's gonna be is this going to change at all but that's where i'll franken sits now into this overnight wade's president trump who he has been largely silent on the whole roy more situation he is not called for roy more to step down president trump is essentially said it's up to the voters in alabama to decide whether should do this or not my point yesterday with al franken is i think this is a matter that since it didn't happen while he was in the senate it's probably ultimately a matter for the voters of ministers decide but president trump wade's into this last night he sends out a tweet first of all he writes the all frankenstein picture is really bad speaks a thousand words where do his hands go in pictures two three four five and six while she sleeps then he goes on to say and just to think that last week he was lecturing anyone who would listen about sexual harassment and respect for women leslie paul tape all right so that's president trump wading into this four one four seven nine nine one 620 that is the accunet mortgage talk and text line i i think what's going to happen without franken is what's going to happen i i don't think he some people are predicting he's going to resign i'll think he has any intention of resigning unless there's all sorts of other women that come forward um i think he's going to try to reid this ouch there's probably a lot of democrats in the senate that would hope he's going to resign because the to the matter is now any time any one of a wants to talk about sexual harassment issues or talk about president trump in that capacity or roy more that picture of al franken mugging to the camera as he pretends or does grabbed at woman's breast is going to be out there so i think a lot of democrats would like to have him go away because was that's always go to the issue but into this whole thing wade's president trump now one of the things that struck me about this was again the old adage the people who live in glass houses should not throw stones during the campaign one of the scam gget i'm gonna say this and quotation marks.
"leslie paul" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Me no great come on must charles yes frank murphy an unforgettable boarding everybody is the envy angel ye shall amina guy we are the breakfast club let's get piromkaew thought masked the p the core this is the rumor report who have been to the breakfast club well mass if he has been named the president of a brand new basketball league and that is a global mixed gender basketball g m g b is koa basketball right now he wants to get people like lethal leslie paul pierce and he wants to have our bar really badly said i want to see how good he really is he asked who wants to get shack that way they can settle their beef on the court so he's that is about giving women a chance to play against men on a professional level i'm sure you this by by the big three in some way or downplayed wlob but i be in a basketball league also on our new tri yeah and i don't know yeah thinks he did some type of and make gender league as well but i think it be dealt with if both teams a mix i think that'd be river though i right well nasty also has a documentary that it's going to be released on martin luther king junior birthday and that is 'cause i had a dream and spanish how his career from the '90s up until the present time so it's going to have all kinds of pretty it's on the no limits og reunion toy four and it hasn't performing at the athens music festival deaths this year in new orleans would you could make a lot of teams would have to be mixed in order preview competitor at three million women against vietnam stupid mid posting up women don't on come on in there i ripe prodigy now they have enlisted his official cause of death and that cause of death is accidental choking apparently he really did choke on an edgy who is lagging live in a hospital in vegas the author of meant for sickle cell anemia which he as we all know have been battling for a long time and that's i ended up in hospital where he did talk on an egg and they said that talking was the reason not the.