10 Burst results for "Lhasa Wing"
"lhasa wing" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Hey and welcome to the short stuff I'm Josh and there's shock who knows where Jerry is but this is short stuff. So it doesn't matter because we can handle it ourselves with a little assist by our friend. Dave couse. Stain. Yeah. I don't think do we. We don't shout out Dave enough. Not Nearly enough as a matter of fact, just make this episode US talking about how Great Davis. Right the original black cowboy. That's right. But totally wrong. But it was a it was a decent attempt at a segue. Yes because we all know the original black cowboy was sheriff bartend blazing saddles. Yeah. I forgot about that movie that's a is that a good one I mean it's a classic it couldn't be made today. Sure. But you know written by Mel Brooks and the Great Richard. Pryor and think those one other writer. But yeah, they played that for comedy in that movie. But as it turns out, there were a lot of black cowboys in the United States in just don't see a bunch of movies and TV shows where they're represented Shaq Shaq but they I, mean there are some statistics that say. Twenty five percent or more of Al all cowboys. After the civil war in the wild west where these black men out there like how he stuff working hard roping cattle doing all the things that you see in the movies. Yeah like the idea from what I can tell from the research, is that the popular conception of cowboys and cowboy life and what cowboys did is fairly accurate but the the race of them in off that that the the just the fact that black people were not all represented among cowboys in the popularization of cowboy life. Back East is just that's the historical misunderstanding that apparently even before the civil war most black cowboys according to one historian of the American West, most of them most of the cowboys were black in that it was a job that was open to enslaved people basically and that if you were white, you didn't want to be known as a cowboy that. That job was potentially beneath you or whatever. Even though it was all about Bronco Busting, you know herding cattle and Lhasa Wing and stuff like that. All the stuff we think of with with cowboys today But that the that transition between being from something that may that was like beneath a a white guy out west to something that was a coveted title among white guys was when back East people started here about cowboys and say those that's cool. What a cool life, and then all of a sudden white guys were like Oh actually I I'm a cowboy now you can count me in. Yeah. I mean I think that that name at least according to this historian as racist in nature. because the the white workers wanted to be called cal punches or Callahan's. and. The black men were called cowboys and like you said once they once lor hit back east they they jumped on that cowboy train 'cause I guess that word took in it sounded cool. Yeah. The thing is I went and tried to corroborate that elsewhere because it makes sense if you take it from that standpoint that is actually cowboy actually has like a denigrating origin but I did not see that anywhere else and I couldn't find the difference between a cowhand and a cowboy. The are completely interchangeable from what I can tell definition wise. But I don't know maybe that just that at a molly got lost a history you know well, Larry Kelly's runs the Black Cowboy Museum Texas and Rosenberg. And we want to credit him with saying that since he's He's where we got it. Yep here. Larry here's the limb. Go out on. So the idea of by cowboys..
"lhasa wing" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I believe their third show since restrictions have eased up in the midst of all of this pandemic that's been going on, and it's a big one gw homecoming live streaming on fight, TV, and joining me right now to talk about that and so much else per wrestling superstar, the one and only EFI is here, EPI. How are you today? Yeah, I really good now. Sympathy told me a superstar. That's incredible. How do you feel as though you're a superstar? You are a a iconic mentioned it earlier on, not only are you creating such an incredible presence? Obviously LGBTQ, community, as far as I'm concerned with what you had planned this year during Wrestlemania weekend I looked at it as a independent wrestling icon that you have become in a very short period of time, my friend. I think I'm like my dad a little bit and when I'm in my work, my nose down. It's like what's next. What's next like what tricks up my sleeve? Three months from now so I never liked taking in the appreciation of what's actually happening, but obviously there's been growth I feel the growth. We sold tickets at the event. That unfortunately didn't get to happen that. I think we're going to be sort of the most unique event of the weekend because it was a lot of unknown names, a lot of people in the. Community, that hadn't had a stage clashing sort of with the regulars, and and having that in a big Florida city in the middle of Wrestlemainia I would have been an important step, but now you know we've got the chance to rebuild it and get some more people on the map, too. So I'm not too worried. One name that you had and obviously we have so much to talk about with Uber One name that was going to appear on that show certainly put on. I don't know if it was the performance of his career, but I would argue that it was certainly the performance of his career in aws last night on dynamite, sunny kiss and cody Rhodes. What did you think about sunny last night? And how his progress has come along? Sunny is someone that likes from the moment you. During the locker room and there's a magnetism around them. There's a sort of just physical charisma about signing the smile personality, the physical presence, and so to see him on a big cable television network, fighting for a championship with you know one of the bigger former WWE I. It's very It's rewarding, and it's uplifting, and it should kind of give a spark. Spark of hope to everybody there and it was wonderful. Cody. Kinda come out on the ledge and say hey I. IF YOU'RE GONNA if you're gonNA. Come here, talking crap, then you're going to have a problem with me. You're going to have to take me on. Because these are my performance, I believe in, and those are the kinds of allies chances we need. How has everything kind of come along? Because you have not been in this game for a long period of time, but you really seem to have come along at the right time, and there's a lot of people where. More of the acceptance in the wrestling community of people who are. Either different or unique, or whatever it is just a opening across the board for a lot of different things whether it be race, creed culture, whatever it is, and obviously the gay community and professional wrestling for a long time has been pushed to the side. It has always been there, but it has always been boxed into a corner, and since have started in the last couple of years. How has how have you seen grow? Grow and you know. How have you seen it for the community? I mean from my point of view sitting in from the outside. It seems like a lot of great progress has been made, but obviously you know the progress gets shiny, but some of the the hard work underneath you know gets missed, and what have we? What have you learned and what has wrestling learned as in this last couple of years have grown. I think wrestling is a business is always fun to look at it and I. Think it's always a when you're looking entertainment, and what people are spending their money on it that good financial look at what is popular, and what is happening and what I saw in the last few years is a lot of these that were mainstay promotions that we're bigger. Independence didn't necessarily change with the Times, and they financially suffered from it. It and all the time ever thinking. Hey, we can't have gay people in our circus, GonNa, come in to see the game people to burn coming to the people who are gender non binary. They're not coming to see trans talent. Once we created an environment that was safe for people to come enjoy those athletes. We saw an increase in the promotions that were bringing people in. That didn't necessarily bring as many of them in. In before and taking these steps to say, maybe it wasn't Maybe it wasn't that there aren't gay wrestling fan. Maybe they couldn't come into this building. Maybe they didn't feel safe. In these places, so like creating a wrestling environment that is safe for everyone to come into no matter how you identify no matter who you are no matter if you're no matter if you have a disability, creating a safe zones brings more people. People in the companies that have taken that part's stance against homophobia against racism against sexism have seen an increase because people feel safe coming to wrestling now, and they wanna come see deep athletes that look like that represent them, and that are a little more show implant point that years ago. Maybe it wouldn't have been the top on the car, but it's because people couldn't get into the building to see it without feeling uncomfortable. How his game changer wrestling, been able to help that along because I. Look at you know there's a lot of great independent wrestling promotions out there beyond and W, and defy, and there are just so many all over the place and Game Changer, though to me has done the most unique job of faming shows in really doing the best job on the independent scene of kind. Kind of you know in their own way Lhasa wing groups of people and kind of bringing together whether they realize it or not, by having a different types of of themed shows, attitudes and being what seems to me to be quite progressive and how they look at things. What is it like to work with them? Because I know you were working in conjunction with them, Wrestlemainia. How do you look at that promotion and where it fits on the independent wrestling scene?.
"lhasa wing" Discussed on 10 Items or Less
"And then this one I thought was crazy 'cause it really ties in Texas and you've lived in Texas. Do you know the number one food in South Dakota? Under one st any said it goes with Texas yet. Because this is not a thing that was known to me East Coast Guy. Until they got the Texas but I don't know why. It's number one in South Dakota, but it's also in Texas. Do you notice Nope, collages? Colosio I haven't seen a single clutch up here on the internet said so. The Internet doesn't lie there, sister. took. And as you know in Texas, Karachi's are everywhere, they are. Trivia for you, okay? Okay, once I do know this about South Dakota and I figured. This is the one you're gonNA give me okay. What. Is, the center of the nation but town. If I had to guess in. This is off. My jere graphical genius. High School Educational Making Shit Up Grammar School. Knowledge I would say the middle of the country would have to be. Topeka Kansas. It is not the spinner. The Nation is actually in South Dakota war. How? Accounts with Canada. That's cheating. It's south foods has have you ever been the Canada? As the what do you think, candidate? I like it. Right Hey. Canada I love Canada I think it's a I think there's great people everybody I've met from kind of have been great people so I. I'm jealous that you live in South Dakota County. I've lived then I. Kind of like twelve or thirteen different states here in the United States. South. Dakota's never even been an option. Maybe one day I will end up there. I definitely will come to visit. We would love for you to come. visit us like you have another cities. We've always kind of met up at some sort of way. I know you are a huge sports fan. I know you've always been athletic. I know when I met you in Houston. You were a big into volleyball, or are you still doing any athletics of? Nope, not at all appears pretty rule. Okay so I thought you were going to say that. So have you learned like Lhasa? Wing and roping and have you got into? Have you got it in the rodeos shop? I want you to get into the Rodeo. DISLIKING COME TO HOUSTON WATCH thirty. No, no I want you like barrel racing or were a not lama tying. Do you have llamas? Are Llamas a farm animal. They can you have a chicken? I do have chickens. What is the difference between a chicken in a hint? One lays eggs. One does not I don't know. But what do you mean you don't know you live on a ranch? There's the. I don't know all this information you put me on the spot at the ranch have a name. Is it like double diamond ranch? Like what is it? No office three inch. What Your Guy's name? Now can you tell mount? We need a ranch name I. We need something like I. Don't know why I said double diamond, but that just sounds good. That needs to be something like that like when you come up here, you can name it. Okay, and I could stay in the bunk house with all the ranting ends. Oh! Something like that. Well listen, thank you so much for all your support and I wanNA. Thank your mother CH- again for her continuous feedback. I thoroughly enjoy everything that she tells me I hope. She listened to this episode and gives you some feedback. You did a wonderful job and I can't thank you enough for being on ten items or less make sure everybody checks me out at ten items or less on facebook, instagram and Ashley stay safe out there in the in the ranch world. I well, thank you as great talking to you. It was it was always good catching up with you, and we will circle back at some point time and I'm going to hang up with you and I'm GonNa get on I guess. I would say southwest and see if I could fly to South Dakota. Will, be there soon. Talk to you soon. Bye. allowed..
"lhasa wing" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"High school athletes are also more likely to develop good. Eating habits high school athletes, not only have stronger bodies, their self esteem, self confidence and self discipline are strengthened, too. So inciteful parents aren't asking. Is it safe for my children to participate in high school sports? Instead. They're asking. Hey, what time is the game tonight? This message presented by the Minnesota state high school league and the Minnesota Interscholastic athletic administrators. The world. We're gonna may. There's a sweet. Every room. Phil. With things from. A million six forty eight on my talk. One seven. Jason lex and dawn. Alexis told you please. Be aware of spider webs. Yes. That's right. The spin their webs want that crap. Nope. You don't want any of that. Nope. No. We've gotta get the professionals in their get them out in the first place, again, a love your debts started. But turn the, the headphone on us like oh, God. What did she say? And then I heard you say spinning silk, and I thought, oh my goodness worse. Where she going those this much talk about talk about all those little fun facts about those little critters pets. Don't let them come in even in the first place said create a barrier. Barrier. Those critters have sex. Oh. Because I want to get too little house little lex on the prairie but, but killing even plus we don't do spoilers here the valley. In the same segment. Let's do one, one minute of killing you go ready. Go, let's go first. My thoughts. I loved it. I love the sexual tension that they've been playing with for both seasons. Now in some ways, it reminds me of castle. With the tension between Beckett and castle. And I really hope that they don't break the tension because once they did that in castle. It kind of just ruined the whole show for me. So I'm hoping that with killing even they seem to be sticking with that, which I love, but I, I really wanna know what's going on with their bosses is their motivation. They haven't really answered that for us, and what are they doing their canoed alling? But why? And I hope that, that gets answering and resolves. Yeah. At least figured out, more for us. I'm having a hard time connecting why they what their motivation is. But maybe that's part of the mystery of the show. But the two main characters Villanova and, and eve, they're just it's electric when they're together on screen. You just don't know what's going to happen. It's so good. I concur with everything you just said this season. I know they've had some, some critics haven't liked the season. They had a different show runner come in a high. There was a sophomore slump at all. It kept my interest, mainly feel by the performances of, of Sandra. And Jodi colmer these are two actresses at the top of their game in any time there on the television screen together, basically just squat P. I I'm just so excited. I'm like a puppy. I love these two so much together ending. Oh my gosh. Don't we have to wait? Say anything more, but the ending the last five minutes will kick your butt let cliff hanger will kick your butt. Yeah. It will six fifty one ladies and gentlemen. So excited Don this favor. Here we go. Yeah. It's time for little lex on the prairie everybody episode six season. What what happened? The love of Johnny Johnson. He's a new kid at school. These fifteen. He likes to LASSO things. He says that she runs real good for a girl, which I was like. Real good. I saw your Instagram who runs real good for girl. Laura does complimentary in the school yard because he's Lhasa wing the little syracus thing. And so she's he's running around. He's like you run real good for a girl, and I was like, oh, no. Laura has a little little crush. He is boy struck as they say in the show. But here's the kicker, he likes her older Sister, Mary. Blind. When Mary, she's very smart. So this kid, I guess, isn't really catching on at school. So he asks her at one point, if he will help, you know, be a little tutor for him..
"lhasa wing" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe
"Factory. Notice. Your best guess as base eliminator. Can I can I get it? Elevator space elevated assays. I don't think it's not based. Inexact guest that might be. Yes. It's possible feasible. It seems possible. I don't know about feasible when do you think we might see one in action? I think that as I understand it the limitations have to do with materials constraints right now and the strength of the material. So last I heard they were going on carbon-fiber that could support its own weight up to the lower orbit. But I don't know how that's going is it like a thing used for like this spaceships life launch to that elevator. It'll be repeating space elevator to space to space Scher do face. You'd like to have a space elevator. No. I think I might die. On the space station or something like that takes you to from the bridge to engineering or something something. Maybe something that launches into space. Cool. All right. So it sounds like a lot of people overheard. What a space elevator is someone said that it was like the the one charleena chocolate factory. Those agreements are of losing people think on their feet. They're like having heard that what could it be? Like, I heard these words before the base and elevator is an elevator. That uses base takes space or an elevator. In-space those with my favorite sort of like Star Trek when you go from like the bridge to engineering that uses an elevator. Right. So people thought from first principles that might be an elevator to space one of the guys we interviewed happens to be a professor of earth system science. And so he was very knowledgeable about the topic as you can hear. Oh, I see. He was a ringer was definitely a ringer. Yeah. He really elevated the the topic here. That's right before we dive in. Let's take a short break. Hi, this is Daniel from Daniel and Jorges explain the universe. We have so many unanswered questions about the universe. 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Remember, the great courses plus dot com slash universe. I hope you enjoy it. All right. It's jump into Daniel. So what is a space elevator? The space elevator is to avoid having to do the rocket lift, right? And instead of having to push yourself up out of verse gravity and every time you're pushing yourself out of earth, gravity doing two things. First, you're keeping yourself up and second you're lifting yourself up. So for example, say you're like, you know, five hundred feet above the earth, and you just wanna hover you don't wanna go anywhere any higher even that just that takes energy right to continually push yourself up. Yeah. So imagine if instead you could just climb a ladder. Right. There's like a ladder to space. Then when you want to take a break, you could stop right, and you could rest in the latter would support you the latter would provide that essentially the counterbalancing force against gravity to keep you up while you rested. And then the rest of your climb, right? Oh, literally, just hang out. Exactly. Hang out in space. Yeah. So if you build a ladder to space, then that would save a lot of that energy, right? The other idea is avoid carrying all your energy with you. Right. The rocket as we were saying earlier the big problem with the rocket is you have to carry the fuel. And then the fuel to care the fuel in the fuel to care the fuel and all that stuff. If you could somehow, you know, get the energy from the ground as you're climbing, you know, like people like throwing you, you know, candy bars as you're climbing the ladder, then you wouldn't have to carry all those candy bars with. D of space elevator is build something. You can climb and send the energy up to the the car. That climbs the climb the elevator. While it's on the ways that doesn't have to carry it all like the like a real elevator in a building. Like, you get the power for mid you. Don't carry all the gasoline to power. The elevator Ige's comes to youth through the cables attached to the elevator. Right. That's right. This would be a slightly different structure because an elevator in building is usually like tach to the cable, and then there's an engine at the top that pulling on the cable or something. So the basic idea here is a huge cable Utada into the ground on earth. And then you lift the other end all the way up into space and attach it to something in space. So the idea that earlier or six year old Lhasa wing the moon. That's basically the idea is like ties during between the earth and something in space while I think the basic basic ideas is to build something permit. You know, nodded Rocketi's once and then throw it away. But like build a structure something like link between earth and space, and then just climb that every time you wanna go into space. Exactly. Yeah. And so then it's reusable, and you don't have to carry all the fuel with you talk in detail about how you can accomplish that. And you can take breaks. Right. You don't have to provide the the hovering lift as well as the climbing lift so there's a lot of possible advantages if you can build that kind of structure, you can just hang on. Yeah. Exactly. You can just hang on you can like clamp onto the rope. Or whatever to prevent yourself from falling rocket can't do that. Right. Has nothing to hang hang onto the air around the push against when I first heard about the concept of space elevator. I thought like how the Rove's gonna stay up. Right. I mean, if you if you take a long rope and just like throw the end into the sky it falls down right weight like stays up in the sky. How does that even work? Right. Well, you're assuming that it looks like a row, right? Like, a like a this elevator could take different forms like it could be just one rope that goes off into Infinity like Jack and the beanstalk or it could be what if he just built a really really tall tower? Like if used the, you know, the Berkeley fan. In dubai. What if you could keep building that up into space? What would happen then with the bottom of the tower? We get crushed right? The the problem with building something up from the ground and not having to be pulled from outer space. So that's the key space. Elevators that you build it. So so long so high and the Roku so far that it's basically getting pulled from space. We'll talk about that in a moment. But the problem with building a tower. It's basically a compression structure every layer sits on top of the previous layer. And the next layer sits on top of that. And by the time, you get to, you know, really really tall. The bottom layer is supporting the entire structure, right and has to be super strong or super wide or committed a crazy materials to go anywhere close to the distance of space to have this thing be really light. So we can get height without having a lot of weight. They pertained cleats possible. Is it is it possible to just build a giant pyramid? That's really really tall. Is it possible? I mean. Mount Everest is a giant pyramid. That's pretty pretty tall. But build it. You know? These things have to get pretty wide in order to support all that weight. Eventually. Yeah. Maybe you could build the tower babble into space. But I think it's as as difficult space. Elevators are a space tower would be even more difficult. I see. All right. Yeah. The space elevator has the advantage that the top of the rope is so far out into space that it pulls on the rope. Okay. Yeah. I just think maybe we're jumping ahead. Right. Because maybe some people think it's an elevator. So you it means that there's an elevator shaft that takes all the way up. You're saying that the primary way that this might work is using a cable. Yes, exactly it has to be cable. You can't just build a building. That goes all the way up into space that has to have something the top of it that so far into space that it's a basically skip the earth's gravity and his pulling pulling whatever it is up to. That's that's is that the prevailing idea that this this way, it could work maybe like days, it's it's not a elevator shafter tower. It's a it's like a string, basically your ties threat to earth. And you swing around something really heavy out into space that keeps the rope that string intention. Yeah. Exactly. And then maybe you can use it. Maybe you can climb that rope intention that row up into space. Yeah. Exactly, you attach a string from the ground to something up in space, and that thing up in spaces pulling on the string keeping it up. And then. Yeah, then you just climb up that Rupe? So it's more like a space ladder than a space elevator. If. Wanna think about it that way? Yeah. Marcus base a space cable. Space fire pole, right? But then you would ride an elevator. Like, you would be you would wait you wouldn't climate been Behan would be inside of an elevator like structure that then climbs up the rope or the you'd have to be crazy strong to clone by hand, the basic components are stationed on the ground the cable that goes up some counter rate up in space to keep it up. And then you have something that climbs some like car or some device, the basically crawls up Roope, the thing that climbs the ladder for you and the sloops its way up the room. So this is the basic components. Yeah.
"lhasa wing" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Stockings. Got elephants Gerald lyrics when it was cooked up by Ella and Basie for their nineteen sixty three collaboration the songbook on WNYC with Paul Cavalcanti. It's a good day. When Peggy Lee comes out of your radio. Good. For saying in a song. And it's a good day for moving along. Yes. Good anything wrong. Good. A good day. Said to the sun. You gotta get. Can you? A good day. Take a deep. It was a good day for monitor. Shined. Bill. Good. Dave. From this. Two. Homeless. From this. Did. From this moment. All you got. Leaves so much. Got is. Got the sweet lips to kiss me. Goodnight. This moment. This small. Got it. So much. Skin. I loved. Oh. Got the sweet lips to kiss me. Me and kiss me kiss me. Tom this Malone. It was just one of those. Just one. Raise it. One of those bells that now just one of those things. It was. One of those nights. Just one of those fabulous flights. The moon on gossamer wing. He jazz one of those things. We thought a bit. The end of it when we. We'd have been aware that our love was too hot not cool down. So good. Bye. Bad. Hoping we meet now, then it was great. It was just one of those. Now. Jazz one of those bells now and then rings jazz one of those. Him to Lhasa wing jazz. Those. If we thought a bit of the end of it when we aiding the towel. We'd have been aware. How was too hot not down? So good. Bye. Dear. Here is hoping we'd be now it was great. House one. Couple.
"lhasa wing" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"He lived to be ninety eight science. Just cold coffee or hot coffee. He doesn't really spell out. I mean, it's a little vague. Or we meant to think that he put the coffee in the cornflakes. Yes. Okay. I'm gonna live ever. Then that was migrate grandpa drink his breakfast. Every morning was coffee and yesterday's bread. This is like French bread up in the coffee little soggy. Yeah. Not. So they all bagel. Yeah. I know I'm not opposed the Dale bread just like dipping, bread and coffee. But yeah Scottie exists. It's not that different. If you've just last week somebody wrote in about the idea, I didn't pouring pouring coffee into cornflakes. Yeah. I heard that. I think that's a bad idea. I think it's okay. I think do what you wanna do who fucking judge. It's some fucking coffee Cornflake gatekeeper people need to shut the fuck up about pineapple on pizza. Just get over it. We're trying to live our lives over here. We got bigger fish to fucking fry. So if you wanna put coffee and cornflakes fry fish with the fuck you talking about fried fish, the only fish motherfucker. I don't know that sounds gross all seafood was fried where I come from. So I I'm with you. I'd rather eat that than Saverio meal. This right out. Let's go get some savory oatmeal. After this going out for fish, grownup was fried fish hush puppies on French fries. So Long John silver's. Nothing nothing not local. Okay. All right, but sure nothing nothing not fried on that plate. Email from Corey I took a break from Lhasa wing and dragging innocent civilians who are in the wrong place at the wrong time around the west to play the tetris effect him. Oh, what are your favorite Tetra menas? Personally. I like the I and t polio Mieno's. That's what he wrote here. What is that? Never heard that term before. I thought they were all just Tetra me knows. The five block ones. I don't know what he's getting at also as an I or is that we call the thing that I straight along those that I always called it the long you could refer them as like S, Z T, and I. The three across one down the looks. It looks like a t that got shot and I'm saying like if you had to assign letters to them you could. And I've I've like tetris notation I've seen people use L R S Z, T, L and. But the long oh for the square line lime block. That's such an easy answer. I like the T it's very it's it's the truth t the T E T spin. What exactly is a teaspoon? When you are kind of flipping a piece using the the weird rotation rules. They haven't tetris nowadays. I think it's you're using kind of flip a piece in that way way. Waiting underneath something. Yeah. Okay. I don't understand how it works. I will never understand. How work tetris has gotten weird tetris has gone weird. And now, it's actual tetris has changed. But also, it's still tetris. Yeah. Indeed that demo. Yes. I saw a lot of people playing. Yeah. There's an event in their right? The final game is going to have weekend events in this demo the demo still. Down as of today yesterday. I think but they were running event over the weekend and those. Yeah, I played some of that effect mode and contributed to the community score. Yeah. That last luminaires for Vida had a similar like community contra thing in it. That's cool. I don't know if you noticed tetris effect. It's pretty much luminous with tetris rules. Yeah. And be are. It's pretty it's pretty okay thing to be pretty some might say. It's an idea whose time has come. Sure. Jerry from Wisconsin. This question has been bothering me for literal decades. Now, what is the juice that snoop Dogg mixes with his gin, orange juice? Okay. Every time people like to get fancy with gin and juice and orange grapefruit mix and stuff like that. Like, certainly people that do. Guava? It doesn't sound right. I think John is disgusting. So I I'm not a huge fan. But there are certainly some things I feel like would go better with than orange juice. Like what tonic? No, I mean, other juices. Okay. Mic Amang, apple juice. I don't know. I'm not sure it's just use it very sour gin and apple juice. Jim is very. Christmas tree. Yeah. Was assisted to suit things. Don't feel like they go together..
"lhasa wing" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Thank you for having me i think that it was a fair report i think it made some fair observations komi totally violated procedures as the said i just would take issue we all saw trump this morning on fox and friends remarkable walkout to the media and for him to say that it showed that there was no collusion no nothing i had nothing to do with his russia's investigation when the i g talked about the investigation of hillary's emails in fact the i g made the point that one of the mistakes komi made was the bias of only doing talking about hillary's emails and not talking about the russia investigation which impacted the other side just as much that was one of the things that the i g said that's getting very little play i think some would say that one wasn't brought up all the other was was because hillary clinton had already been an ongoing indepth exercise as from these from these documents recently released you know supposedly the investigation was launched against trump and his campaign or lhasa wing him in or incorporating amen or tangling his campaign about the russia probe as of july thirty first although we look at stephan helpers involvement perhaps some months earlier in the year but if the official kickoff wasn't till july thirty first then there would have been very very little parody to reference in other words the idea oh if you've already been having all this conversation about hillary you should have also had some about trump dino tailor your connotation there wasn't at the time anyway as much of an investigation to discuss but i'll i'll let others make that determination my question to you here is this we've got horowitz who recognizes in his report that there were quote unquote improper considerations embarked upon by both fbi doj personnel his words he recognizes that there was political bias expressed in these texts he also recognizes that quote the conduct by these employee's cast a cloud over the entire investigation but he still says that it didn't have an impact on the investigation so i'm gonna ask you what i've asked my other guest bob how can we sever their openly acknowledged by sentiments from the results of their investigations given that the.
"lhasa wing" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood
"The and george struck up an acquaintance by the close of george's second hour imprison you've been trained by the boy thoroughly in the singular art of lhasa wing rats with a new semate from twine by the time a lawyer arrived with georgia's release papers george had scored an impressive nine ebeid farewell to the boy in the south and also to argentina the loya had succeeded in having george released from prison but only upon the condition that such a troublemaker and not be allowed to remain country he was forced to board a boat bound for europe and within a week had become england's problem george found a position that lever brothers in london and feigned interest in a job the required into liaise with clients and the tend to them marketing requirements he would have stayed only momentarily in the row had it not being the presence of a red head in the market research department whose name was eileen and who'd sned is i each day you would present himself a tide incentive at the office and watched as several dozen other admirers attempted to win but market research was infinitely more important to this carmine head siren than collecting the scalps of the lever brothers letharic and each dapper gentlemen at her door found his overtures rebuffed and repelled all that was except for george there was something attract eileen decided about the way he never pushed his way to the front of the milling mob in the way he gently shook his head when an upstart executive attempted to become a luncheon partner and there was something down not infuriating in the fact that he never once tried to pick her up tell me mr sanders she said to him one afternoon in husky voice how do you feel about the id.
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"A m ten forty on your radio everywhere you are on the free iheartradio app sounding the alarm on wasteful government spending simon conway on news radio ten forty who and our numbers ta 410 forty two eight 410 forty on news radio ten forty who it's ladonna harvey in four simon conway he is currently waiting about the swamp he's actually in dc about two weeks after i was in dc he'll be doing a show live from a fair us dart or dot org that is both wednesday and thursday tomorrow and thursday and then he'll be off friday and i will be back to talk to you on friday afternoon some very excited about that now one of the things that he's also doing in dc is basically of lhasa wing lawmakers and getting them to talk to him about what's going on i he had an opportunity to talk to rand paul senator rand paul who's the let's face it we would kind of guests from the situation that happened on stage during the debates that be he and trump probably don't like each other but he and the president apparently get along quite well well and he had a chance to talk to rand paul so we're going to play that for you now right here on news radio ten forty who i'm in washington dc and senator rand pools office with the senator this is a big day the president is cooling gop senators up to the white house to try and rescue the health care bill senator oh what is going on we just got back from the white house i spent about an hour with the president and my advice and discussion was how can make it better i don't think bill really repeals obamacare and that's what we promised people we promised voters across america we're in repeal it i think the bill this point keeps most of the subsidies keeps most of the regulations and then creates a brand.