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"makkonen" Discussed on Charlas sobre TDAH
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"makkonen" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast
"For you and tommy. Honest things can only get. I can only sell cocoons. Get one of them. Cow lewin to kind. Yeah yeah mike. That happened means standing sending sterling sterling tobacco. Cardi beith makkonen run of enough money. Well you play around. I'm sure you can think of something good. I'm sure i will. So yeah. that's it for the twenty nine teams. We saw a touch. There's not really anything that's all. I want to talk. Show we touched on a chelsea and lippo young. You have a change not pay pulled out of soda bruno. What should they be doing crying. Apart from cryan thinking of waste bringing back in. Should you immediately bring it back. You white after twenty nine but uh bruno. We probably going to be the most captain this week. Time west palm captain option. Whose bell avenue. Whoa yeah exactly. But we'll get into that. But yeah more to saints in a ma is magazine as possible. Acting knock told you saw. I'm i'm not because all i consider selling bruno one of the factors that made me not selling was a factor. I subject value in him. But yeah these are what's going to happen. We know the pattern now. Bruno tends to blank in the big games apart from that. Iraq's almost every single game so we know about by now i think i think he's tired man now always players are not cain and sawn. I think we've seen in the game sometime. These players fucking knackered my so. Many games nonstop. No break us coming up. The pliers just shocked shagged. It's a new one. Yeah roy could. You've been speaking hell of whoa. Yeah 'cause all fucking. Actually you fucking listening sunday homeboys no operators. I was doing it for myself. Anyway when i was just with ex-pm mini-league update is. Apo shock gareth. Bridges is still up in fact is putting away now so congratulate you golf. Congratulations back to back podcast. Tornadoes will be some fates we would really need to ain't given reprise from.
"makkonen" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Merch store over at what maneuver dot net like I said this interview episode and we already have him on the line. We have not other from the Spotlight Series The struggles Aka Ryan they what's going on man thank you for having me here in that intro was really Kinda like strange because I've been listening into your shit lately really odd to hear that like live. What a fucking pro though nailed it one jot thank you? That's something that I've worked on. This is the fun thing. I think we're GONNA get a lot with this. PODCAST is this episode we're going to be talking probably a little a little bit more than other people because of like our process and we know a little bit more about this kind of stuff and it's Kinda like I don't know like I don't like to Gamers like talking about you know a particular game August this ask her old. You knew about this like I feel like that's what this is going to be an oddly enough. I was brushing up. Make sure I knew I heard a couple more episodes and all all this kind of stuff and I was listening to you the past couple of days to and it's kind of funny because every recording I've ever heard you on. It's your recording. This is the first time that I'm GONNA. I've heard you on the other side of the call and obviously people be hearing on my recording <hes> finally for one some somebody can handle oreo vibes that I put out besides myself but yeah. I don't know it always seemed to end up like that but you know what you're doing. I'm going to sign a million bucks like normal so I'm happy to ear while the fun thing is you don't need for that so it's been a process that's I can say. I've seen you going back in listening to some older stuff which I appreciate but don't go too far back man all right yeah. I actually even did this today like I went back to the pilot episode for wrestling cheers. Just listen to a little bit because that was like maybe about five months before I got my setup at the time I was using in just a snowball microphone which was which was fine but like things that I've learned since then and how the the show has progressed like for those who don't know that I actually do have a what's considered a pilot episode. It is episode number zero Arro- because it's also the end of the Ohio India report and I wanted to say like this is why we're doing everything so the next episode episode one is going to be where rat and this is the new direction of where we're going yeah definitely sometimes you just got to for the audience says you know engage in what you're doing you kinda. Just gotTa let them know Hey. I'm hitting reset. This is what I'm doing it. You know I'm just a little buffer for your you know change in trajectory. That's all you know and you you handle the great and look what you're doing now. How many episodes in wrestling cheers now when this one comes out? I think this is supposed to be episode number ninety five look at you creep into a hundred. I remember that at a nervous fucking get in two hundred bucks so you're not too far from that right. I mean not to five minutes not too far long ago. That's what I meant. It was it was it was in September that I hit one hundred it was I was like may if maybe I'm not gonNA make it like getting there was a struggle just for what I no pun intended. Wow that's a it's just what I had in my head and what was like feasible and what was like. I was actually early April to accomplish and I just had this like fake hype like wake me down on my shoulders but <hes> we got through. It now met a point where I'm dislike. Whoever I feel is interesting? Whether it's you know the best I wrestler in the world or somebody nobody's heard of up and have them on the show and I don't care if you know if you know them you don't or if they're not even in wrestling or not you know yeah. I'm Adam on the show I just I feel like <hes> the pressure pressure was gone getting amazing red for a hundred was was all I needed to Kinda like be like a free. You know yet like I know I've just recently scheduled my hundredth episode in anti-climactic Fragrance. I don't think as many people are going to care about it as I am. It's just more or less someone who's been around and someone I kind of trust podcasting and he actually Kinda reached out to me about coming on and I was like well I have a episode one hundred coming up and I was thinking about having you on so you WanNa do it and he's the Asher and it's going to be a a bonus episode because actually if I kept going in order it would fall for a preview for any w show on weekly stuff okay okay so I I was like I'm not gonNA hundred episode. Just be like here's w show which I love doing those episodes because that's the thing what differentiates me from all the other interview podcast like yourself to where yeah like. I do the interviews but I don't rely on every every week so that actually gives me a buffer to where the the that stretch that's coming up the end of February beginning March and ws running to shows two weeks apart. Someone have preview review preview review. That's four episodes right there and that's a that's a solid buffer yeah. I needed a buffer big time leading up to one hundred as I was. I was legit panicking could ask Kevin you 'cause he was ninety nine. Yeah <hes> like dude I need it helped me and I was dislike on the phone with like A._C._H.. Like who can you help me get tell David Vega to call it was and he did and it was just that lead up was killing me. It was just so stressful. My wife was like just take a week off and I'm like no no your stand. You don't understand I I say every every time on the show. Be Consistent with what you're doing yeah. I can't take a week off leading up to this. I gotta get it done and I had read in the can it was done for months. It was done but I needed to fill in the inbetween between <hes> had to get to read and that was the hard part yeah like I'm. I'm so key on consistency. I think there's a lot of podcast out there. That just aren't consistent enough because I think that's what difference yourself from you know someone in their basement doing podcast tube someone who's making money off that granted. I'm not making money off this but I do. I enjoy the service for people hey man. I'm a person who I'm in two years in and I learned a lot and from the way that you go about things it's doable to make money off a podcast like people think that it's like impossible but no it is an but staying consistencies agencies key coming professional having things branded a certain way <hes> I say a lot you know <hes> what what's the term that I used on non you had you had posted up that you're listening to Dhaka and I was like <hes> something about the intro so I went listen to it and I said look big acted get big and that's exactly what I did because in the beginning not big not doing any numbers Khanna struggling and and somehow where here and I'm I'm pretty okay with it. I learn like the hard way because technically I've been podcasting since two thousand eleven how any report started in two thousand twelve and I did struggle on putting out a weekly product and I think for awhile just doing w stuff it was like I knew preview shows and then review shows that end up turning into people cared more about the previews so I just did reviews I mean I just a previous Clinton. Then then that means my podcasts was once a month so much of a chore and then like when I went over the road for trucking it became harder to do episodes and there was a time like last year or two there might be like one or two episodes oh year and I wasn't happy about that and I was trying to get other people in to do it just like help out like the live tweeting for shows and all this kind of stuff and I felt like the Ohio any report was like my baby had I'm. I was fined bringing people in but I didn't know if anybody but he would have the same like like love for it. Yeah pulse solve all rebrand. Maybe that will bring people more like this new. That's bring people in that's brought a lot more people onto the show doing regularly and then even for while I still stock to okay we're gonNA preview shows then that turned into preview shows and review shows then I did the interview with Joshua Bishop and like right after that the week I had an interview with Ethan page and like started to every week so I was like well. I guess I'm every week podcast now so when this is what I'm going to have to do I used to do other podcast like weekly like three podcast a week and now I'm like I'm doing one and I'm I'm very content and if I want to break I'll just record a bunch of interviews and put them out sign like week after week after week so it's like I'm so putting putting content but I'm also giving myself a brick yet. You're not grinding quite as much yeah et normally for me. I have a couple interviews in the can waiting which is like right now. I'm in a good spot. I got you know three in the canned recorded two scheduled for next week so I'm staying up to date but the the whole grind that was killing me to a hundred was I was going week to week like with this. You know trying to get the pieces together. I think I recorded coup on a Thursday and then put it out on Monday. That following Monday was ninety nine and that's how we were cutting that close and <hes> I was like am I gonNa make it and people kept telling me skip a week week and like you don't understand crazy person like the thing is I understand like you're telling me and I'm like no no you don't stop you don't every week put out something yeah and then people would say what once you hit one hundred you'll take a break. I'm like once I hit one hundred. I got Jake Chris waiting in the can like I'm ready to go man like I'm come back out. He's in you know so many people were so so excited to listen to one hundred so highest played episode somehow and <hes> you know I guess people still like amazing red. How could you not but <HES> I was worried? He was such New York centric that I would get you know the normal amount but it wouldn't get too crazy but it did and also helps that he pushed it and a lot of his students at House glory pushed it to that goes such a long way like if you're gonNA take your time to be guest on on somebody's show when they release it and you get tagged just help re tweet that shit post about it on instagram. It's super easy to do the re post in stories now. It's really simple just help man like did you not WanNa do it in the first place your shame to what you said on the show like we know odds are if they were on your show or if they're on my show probably had a good time why you know help push. It's only gonNA help view more people here your story though connect maybe they'll by a t shirt. Maybe though by ticket I think I've only had one wrestler off the top of my head that I don't even think they re tweeted it and that really tainted them for me but they they were also like partially on their way out of the business there so I was Kinda like well. Maybe that's why you didn't but the interview wasn't wrestling centric. We talked movies. Makkonen say his name but it's just I guess already so sir no. I'll I'll give you a second. We'll be right back..
"makkonen" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan
"Interview on on Twitter that he did pay the money. Don, I find interesting about that clip. If you watch on Air Force One we talk about the rumbling stuff. The oh is it six or seven steel mills? Oh, is it free cost immigrants? There was a different type of lie that Trump tells the mall blooded strategic lie, which is clearly you see if you watch him on the plane. The report asked the question he knows he provided the money to Makkonen point. We don't know the well doesn't know now whether he thinks he's gonna. Colon on you. See he does a classic is to one side. No, I have no idea. That's a different I belong. I would argue it is a different type of and to me. That's not not. It's no more excusable. But that's more traditional politician lie you're denying exactly. And so this is the kind of thing that when people say all politicians lie. This is the kind of case where I say, well, yeah, this is kind of thing that others would do nothing to make not that that makes it. Okay. No, it doesn't. But it just shows if you wanted to have a charitable interpretation we said, well, he's just to kind of mad rambling. Oh, man with dementia out of his mind just saying crazy stuff that comes into his head. No, he has a very he has a calculating, I absolutely. And I think especially in the run-up to campaign in the run-up to the midterm election during the height of the campaign season. A lot of allies were were so clearly strategic many of them were even written into his speeches. This wasn't the old man rambling. Does he goes off his speeches as mad stuff? Yeah. But this time, you know, the White House is complicit in all of this stuff. Officials the speech writers at cetera. Okay. So that was my number four. Number three on the list. So this is one where he he looks people in the eye. He looks at his supporters, and he tells them about something he says is going on in the room that is not actually happening. Oh, that's so funny. Looked back there. The live red lights that turn into suckers off fast. They're turning those lights off fast. Like CNN CNN. Does not want is falling viewership to watch what I'm saying? Tonight. I can. Not only does boy those cameras are going off..
"makkonen" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
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"makkonen" Discussed on KTOK
"The way and Grammy award winning kit. Wake leave joining us on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. This morning shit. Wake. You've been pretty busy guy. Very very busy. Indeed. Have you been spending any time at all here at home or if you've been on planes all now? No, no, actually, I've been here preparing for the show in November. So it's been an uphill battle for the past few weeks. Getting ready for that. What we've got a big show coming up. We're going to be telling you about here on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Coming up at the Chevy, brick town events center and kit Waco is going to be performing with Oklahoma City philharmonic along with their choir and other musicians, including page Harwell. Brent Barry Chan jumper. How'd you get all these people together? I was blessed more than anything else pages, an iconic guitarist here in Oklahoma. So I was really fortunate to get him to participate along with. I even had Neil Taylor from you may know him from. Tears for fears. He played played a little bit. And Ben Kinney air off with my original drummer, and he is so busy because he he's been on over three hundred million albums sold. One from Paul McCartney, John Bon Jovi, John cougar Mellencamp. So he played on the album. But because he's so busy either filling in for the delight night or whatever. He cannot make we couldn't get the schedules to match. I was told about a brilliant drummer Brent Barry, and so we we got him signed on. And then the bass player from Maine called Aranda who a couple of years ago. Got the proverbial big record deal. He's gonna play bass in Chad jumper. So these guys amazed me kit to WikiLeaks with us here on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. I have a little bit of experience with choral music and running through vast amounts of music, but these studio musicians have to keep so much music in their heads. How do they do it? I don't know about down. I'm blessed that I could do many takes and and you know, work getting a right? These guys are one take guys. The other thing I've watched them work need to run through you need your taps. Nope. I got it. When they do. They do it. It's amazing. And I felt the same thing about the Oklahoma City for a harmonica. I'm gonna have one rehearsal lucky only need trust me. They're gonna get it. The first time coming up November fifteenth that's Thursday at the Chevy, brick town events centre kit weekly performing with the Oklahoma City philharmonic and choir. The name of the show coincides with the release of your new album midnight in Macedonia. Let's talk first about the type of music on midnight and Macedonia. Sure, if you like the big epic film scores. You know, or big trailers that would probably be a way to describe it a lot of people compare it to a secular version of like transsiberian orchestra lots of rock EDM, you know. Different genres of music, but you're using the orchestra to kinda is a is a main foundation. Unlike some of of of what you just mentioned trans-siberian, I gather you're gonna fill in the blanks with human voices. Absolutely, absolutely. We'll have a magnificent choir. When we went to record the album in Europe. I was really amazed by what a true quark and sound like it's it's very rewarding. I know they work very hard. So that you can understand every word. Yes. Yes. And that's the the measure of a true choir. If you can't understand every word they need to go back and do a little work, especially within Latin. Yeah. They're they're a little picky about those continents in Latin. You're gonna have some of that, you know, tell us about some of the music that is on midnight in Macedonia, and maybe your inspiration a lot of it. You know, every inspiration came from different ways. One of the two of the songs, actually, inadvertently were based on Russell Westbrook. One of them's called the heroes devotion. I mean, the guy decided to stay I mean, he showed us devotion. And of course, he's a hero. And then, of course, MVP's and other song both are very it would be something you'd hear the thunder game when they came out onto the court and some of the music is just pure lush. You know, film score top music, but somewhere we're going to get your census with the air candy, either through the electron IKA or the rock, or, you know, the, you know, it's a good way for the guys to feel like, hey, I got a good date night. I'm taking a walk orchestra. But I get to hear Makkonen music as well. So it's culture, and it's a little bit of pop at the same. Absolutely. And we're talking to Oklahoma zone kit. Wake Lee on NewsRadio one thousand Katie..
"makkonen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"WCBS Mm Is talk, radio six eighty WCBS once again here's Tom born Good evening it's Robert Mark and we're having some. Lively conversation tonight and we're gonna merely. Go to Fred onto we'd, love these calls by. The way keep? Them coming in, Fred how you doing hi how are you Great what's? On. Your mind Fred Vietnam. Thing. You've talked about earlier, yeah Makkonen was John McCain was the book if you? Neither I did not Book which admitted that he broke if. He. Broke down okay He said everybody has a breaking point. Right Service to, the men who says didn't break Several POW's who never gave, anything but mainly could feel Are, you familiar with that correct absolutely so I mean people say, they were talking about The only did he break Admitted. To it, in his book he said And he said. Every man Wasn't true. That was not. True friends if I, may I understand your point but. Please keep this in mind the Vietnamese didn't, go after everybody every war every prisoner and require them to try to to sign something or. Say something against the country the only one against those that were high that were high enough up to get that. Type of of of response John McCain's dad was an Admiral was, in charge of the Pacific and his grandfather was an Admiral. And he was kinda guy they were going to go, after they broke his. Arms his shoulder was broken he was in held an isolated and what he said, was, really nothing and look I I can't, put myself in, that position but I do but I do know this John McCain refused when he was offered the chance. To leave the Hanoi Hilton he refused to leave because he was not going to go in front of all the other POW's who. Were there for doing that he was, beaten even more, and torture Even more and that's a really tough thing and all I can say is? I understand what you're saying Fred Fred Went through. A lot and he's a true. American hero and I just can't agree with you Fred cherry, Carol, Fred Okay Sir what does that have to do with Trump just talking about John, McCain John. McCain Okay Black POW in. Vietnam He he fought hard for. This country to mom there also Mister cherry bring say about. John McCain If anything There was they try you say They went up to high profile, people like John McCain How did he. Was he told them No they found out after a while. It's obvious you can easily, find, out he gives. His name name rank and serial number. Then you find out who it, is that's what every. POW gifts name rank and. Serial number, and that's how they knew I, just, I just, can't agree with you? Fred I'm sorry Because I I had. That issue with McCain and also when they, when, the VA A salad all his Okay As was the worst in the country where he was the Senate was the worst in the. Country He was a Senator Fred I'll tell you this we've done to the, VA is is a joke, we have mistreated our veterans in. The hospitals and stuff like that horribly and I agree with you but it wasn't just in Arizona it was all around the country That's. Your myself okay but the worst In, the country was zone where out superhero but. Most were bad all around the country so it doesn't matter because bad still bad and we have not treated our veterans correctly that way we still aren't as of today and you and it's great. To have veterans like you, out there hear them. Use a, common so we're coming back I'm sorry we're. Coming back up on a hard stop we're. Going to have to stop, at Fred I understand what you're saying, but and thank you for, your service but. At. The same thing But we're coming back Don't you think everybody? Will be coming back. Surely..
"makkonen" Discussed on Worldly
"That is insane and dicey pictures all the time of naval bases underwater. You're seeing that Norfolk Virginia where America's largest naval base, where you're seeing ships having trouble docking because of high waves. You're seeing water creep into an apple, like the naval academy. This is happening now and the worry is that by the year two thousand one hundred, if that's the right way you say at this point, like a bunch of naval bases in the Gulf of Mexico and the east coast, and even the west coast might be underwater is really important that you glad that you mentioned that like this. A lot of times, especially when I was growing up, like talking about climate change or global warming as we used to call it was this thing that would happen in our future, right? It was this thing that like if we don't do something now. Now, then eventually we're going to face these consequences. We basically shat the bed on that. It's over technical term and it's now right? Like this isn't a future scenario where literally today facing the effects of climate change because these things didn't get fixed. The last thing the now part is what I find so crazy about this as you said, it's like these are old demonstrable real effects, and. Imagine how much worse things get the more warming we get over the course of time. Right. So you think the refugee crisis now is really bad and it is. It's awful. It's it's arguably, yeah. Now imagine a world in which entire nations and this is not a hypothetical, this island nations like the multi are really terrified about this entire nations are flooded and are under water permanently. Imagine you get megacities in places like Bangladesh that are really exposed to flood waters where potentially millions of people could be displaced from extreme weather events. The scale of social humanitarian and political disruption. I mean, longtime listeners will know the refugee crisis pretty much caused the rise of the far-right in Europe and serious engines inside the EU. If this continues to get worse, the consequences could be for global stability for millions upon millions of people's lives, even independent of the effects of the weather, which will be bad just in terms of the political Makkonen facts. Really severe going to the threat multiplayer issue, like you said, like it exacerbates underlying issue. So you know if we talk about, you know, advanced developed countries like the US Japan, right? So I was listening to the BBC on the way in today and traffic and Japan has, you know, is suffering heavily from this heat wave. There are public pools and Japan that are too hot to even swim in which is just insane because that's part of the infrastructure for where you go to cool people off in the summer vox that's really interesting piece up on the site about how it's not necessarily just the heat that can kill people. It's when they don't have an opportunity to cool off and there's no infrastructure for that. But Japan is also, I heard in this report, we're on this AI this system that will kick on the air conditioner in buildings when employees start to get drowsy. So it monitors. You know, I movement to see if you start getting drowsy and kicks on their condition. The reason I bring that up is that in a country like Japan, when you have a lot of money and you have a lot of infrastructure, you have the ability to maybe for next year, figure out ways to quickly address this issue to make sure that going forward, they have the money. They have the resources in countries like Nigeria in countries in we vaguely called the global south right in countries that are less wealthy you if you're resources to throw at this problem, which means that these people end up suffering more. But it also ends up becoming a problem for the wealthy countries because where do you think people are gonna go when they have problems, right? If if these problems in Nigeria get so bad, what if the whole country to desert, where do you think people are gonna go? They're going to migrate because of course they are because I would too. So that's where you end up having this become a global rather than they local or regional problem. Right. Just to just to put a kind of a point on it. With Japan. I mean, you had a Japanese meteorologist telling pan times recently, what's most frightening? This is a quote, what's most frightening?.
"makkonen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Yeah i mean that's definitely going to be probably one of the stories i mean i i completely agree i don't think he's gonna get anything she can try again to gauge where the us is exactly the respect to to it's it's it's defense i'd say initiative in nato and how much it it's committed there but also in terms of of this trade surplus deficit situation which which trump has been talking a lot about but i think the key story here is that in a world where the where where where there's a pivot towards more hard power as we've seen in in syria mr mcconnell worth more for the us than than than germany isn't that that that was always going to be the case so that's why you know i think we're gonna see this contrasting story between these two meetings you know it's all very chummy between the makkonen and trump is probably going to be more formal i think between between mr trump what are the economic implications medium tariffs story kind of rolls off this exemption now looks like that may go well the numbers i mean if you just run the numbers it's it's for the german economy the direct impact this is always what economists right to give the direct impact is fairly limited these kind of products germany's mainly mainly traded within with its main eurozone eurozone partners but it's it's the confidence effect which is something that draghi talked about yesterday tcp meeting and the the the sort of the secondary effect especially if china strapped in a further into venue you see further relation there it's very clear the euro zone and in particular germany is the biggest is the most open of the major economic regions and if there's a global trade war trade spat trade skirmish that region will lose the most is just there's there's there's no doubt about that my mind what do you make of the sort of historic implications of what we see going on in korea right now another another relationship that trump seems to have set up here is it going to be a kind of a berlin wall moment matt i mean long i mean i hope so as much as people are criticizing trump i mean if he has been able to to.
"makkonen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Bean spill and business let's do that has he been on msnbc yet is sixteen minutes at his house what's going on with all that now the truth is of course keep your friends close but your enemies closer all lessons for living are to be found in the godfather you would keep mccabe at the fbi if he actually had dirt on you dummy so it's an obvious false statement by him so lawmakers are offering mccabe temporary gigs on capitol hill to let him work a few days to be eligible for his pension the washington post reported on sunday again most of this is false representative mark pet early mentioned him the democrat loon wingnut from wisconsin i offer my offer of employment to mr mccabe is a legitimate offer to work on election security well he's already been established as being completely unethical so naturally he's the guy for you makkonen pet cone whatever your name is free and fair elections are the cornerstone of american democracy yeah and you should get a corrupt convicted corrupt guy to go in and be your boy there that's probably the way to go say if i didn't think this guy was crooked then i'd feel bad for him but i believe that based on the available evidence this guy has been a sinister force inside of the fbi serving the interests of the democratic party and the hillary clinton campaign and her flying monkeys her handmaidens and that he has been a a vicious opponent of president trump and all of his supporters and allies jests saying here now the fact that they want to hire them up immediately after he was fired for ethical reasons again they like to blame trump for this trump didn't have his finger in this pie did he now he didn't but we will post michael peercy will post the story or stories we have on.
"makkonen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's too is key and i know that many of my colleagues woken in benton an aid tortured to death and the syrian government businnes just because they walk as imitate or more coast and the opposition areas so it was too dangerous to go through the government areas to see out of the country so i i fled me the sixth in two thousand fourteen i worked for two nights it was too dangerous will care during the days for the meeting they were hiding in someplace were were avoiding to wolf will minds there with snipers along the way even in someplace that there were cameras the guy who did this only five people escaped was unexpected that old soul he could avoid all of those but two days before before i left see people died in the same way because of the mines celtics almost about twenty days to two key to to meet my my wife and child hidden stumble before i let you go dr tube it sentence or to what is your message for the world for listeners who were hearing your description of what's going on in eastern who'd and what's going on in syria right now unfortunately is the government's law setting us walsh washing crimes day after they will donned as you saw it it's even much forth an unequal because there where hundreds of vehicles and hundreds of statements from un officials and governments talking about said on that this will not happen jane this is the area all toughtested area of that headlines of of obama instrument spent team and it's it's a lines of makkonen being now is the same area what chemical reponse documents to gain and digging so there is no deadlines that this people around the world will definitely defend humanity in any place but it's it's all about governments while option us dr homolka tube advocacy manager for turkey for the syrian american medical society dr to thank you so much thank you thank you very much america's flutist feeling that sense of giving sharing love if that's all you have to give is to me distinctly what it means to be i'm chris the typical please join us tonight at nine on 939.
"makkonen" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast
"Remember akira that's from japan remember gallic out mrs pack ma'am remember concert remember streetfighter remember the 18 remember night brighter remember the simple seems one through nine remember lobby onto america online river highly entered thailand a jew remember star trek we certainly do off off ball club honky tonks so uh with with gone back to wrinkle in time in the numbers of i think he's doing some around thirty three thirty nine million in the box office right now they spent two hundred fifty mill on production advertisement in the wikipedia article which is where it all my good source information from a saying it needs at least four hundred million to breakeven and that's rough yeah i think it was i think will make its money but it doesn't help on their ruthless better loo we've seen it that's been the big thing with ron tomatoes movie studios even though they a lot of them have a stake in rome tomatoes have been kind of irritated about it because it it's ruin people one of the movies a seat at forty whatever percent megawatt makkonen see wrinkle in time if finished second behind black panther black panthers still killing it forty one point one billion in its fourth week at the box office nuts and their projected had a vendors infinity wars in a top that as well because obc particles president the poll there is a black panthers also obviously in that movie all right wrinkle in time not reviewing it next week but we will talk about it i'm sure at some point is when we will see it we just won't go very indepth for in a review the hurricane iced and red spare okay next up related the disney kind of 'cause they don't technically have a fox properties yet it's still attempted everything's will be related to disney in the next two years did his own everything dead pull.
"makkonen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Nation's youth one reason for the frenzy may be concerned about keeping money in cash in a country that shares a border with an increasingly belligerant kim jong un in north korea the bitcoin crazes so hot in south korea right now that it's trading for about sixteen percent more there then prevailing international rates ramian asencio bloomberg daybreak asia well a kobe steel my who might not be a takeover douglas gita the roma denise pellegrini the worst product scandal in kobe steel's one hundred twelve your history is reigniting speculation the company could be broken up for sale or be bought by partners arrivals all the other top japanese steelmakers have already chosen to merge over the past 15 years with bigger producers many of those with bigger chinese companies and analysts say kobe steel's resolve will weaken if the cost of compensation balloons after admitting it faked safety data on its products so far the company says the products are safe and don't need to be recalled denise pellegrini bloomberg daybreak asia are worth seven minutes past the hour here under gregory's your we go to global news next with more on president trump recognizing jerusalem as the capital of israel of baxter following global news for us from the bloomberg 960 newsroom in san francisco we were getting indications late last night this might happen and yet it did right yeah yeah at best we reported we're actually are reports were right of the money but we don't have had our cells in the back too much he's ordered the process of moving the us embassy there to doug he did say this move is not intended to upset the region the united states remains deeply committed to helping facilitate a peace agreement that is acceptable to both sides yeah he says this is obvious it is the right thing to do reaction israeli prime minister netanyahu the president's decision is an important step towards peace for there is no peace that doesn't include jerusalem as the capital of the state of israel but hamas says this could open the gates of hell lots of other fellow israel rod want mas officials saying we consider this decision and aggression it will be met with while forms of resistance to all choices are open to unlock decision we also call palestinian president makkonen boss to announced the.
"makkonen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Would be looking forward to the point is they have late this kind of terribly restrained childhood on all of a sudden there in the metaphorical sweet shop and they're looking for things to define themselves and for young women that's that sir uh but you their on spice i wonder on social spice in my form to cuppertino balls but for young man what to find some is different from their parents is the guitar picking up the guitar implying this loops predominantly africanamerican a routes music and it defines them is completely different from what apparent solution into what's on the radio the time because youth coach was mediated by the bbc with raw the studied con of uh schoolmistress economy attitude toward young people unlucky good as you heard from that song he really does let go there and so it's kinda like verily so of rockabilly was in united such american fact that songs recorded just a week after elvis presley recorded that sought momma for the sun sections in uh in in memphis and money 54 july nami 54 so i have to say growing up in america the only way new lonnie donnegan is the novelty hit that he had here called does your chewing gum lose its flavor on the bedpost overnight it was i i mean i always really hated that and because i hated it so much would you like to play a few bars to familiarise our audience with it a and b remember the course my religiously those you june gone loses flavor on the bed postal the nih does your makkonen them for life miracle of your mother you don't you are do you swallow it and freight inspired isn't it and when spi okay amount despite yeah but rubbing fry offices spot inspired area some you go to understand that long dongen's m mm chewing gum period was is equivalent of elvis gone to las vegas we tend not to think about that we looked through remember him and his original role cottam line i mean you know he's he's kind of in the charter every other british singer into charles's a croona and the rule wound in jackie chan to keep all ties in is based on again you know tie lease plying acoustic guitar zil izumo looks like a roused about this is all brand new stafan now in in light mid50s britain this is.
"makkonen" Discussed on talkRADIO
"The five people to decide the north london had acids found that the much people a mudpits one victimns lifted life changing injuries after the attacks spanned this than ninety minutes some survivors of the hotel fire long thoroughly to those of the day because they do not trust the official data police believe around eighty people died some local speed the number could be higher and former illegal highs of insolvencies this part of a government crackdown on drug abuse lexi's fifty showed bucks plus the kennedy eleven billion pounds a year and policing health care and crime those your headlines at seven twenty two is the weather latest mostly dry today was sunny spells writing the move into western scotland and northern on this afternoon today's high much the same as yesterday twenty one degrees celsius seven twenty two it's chill radio of phone sent by the paroles we'll get you to lead the whole ross full breakfasts onslaught get joining us now to go through the papers from the company axes couvert rangapur vice mayor of london when he was mayor published over in doing this whole it's morning pool good morning everyone starts with a telegraph it's the big political story trump just twenty six miles away cross across the channel the best deal day it is and trump comes to frauds and makkonen the new french president who if on quite wrong here in the pictures he does look a bit like a bit of a mini me to want to say that any many me of trump many when you little shit looking for that kuwait as well as i said a bit like subjects lawyers approval in order but but the that there's a bit of trump has always been accomplished from the moment when trump and micro met and there was the handshake we will relates grabbing grip that who wins home for a long time trump the the elder statesman of politics michael in the new kid on the block of global politics a meeting of not exactly agendas or mine shall we say but definitely people who have the let's say the confidence if not arrogance to say i'm represents ma our people career in fact they both it away outsiders all night because back one's been criticized for having no previous political experience to speak of detail donald trump and the both also people who could have appealed to voters outside the.
"makkonen" Discussed on WCTC
"Up the only person who never jumped off the dartmouth review advisory board the only person pat buchanan jack camp he left the board he at all worried by one of our controversies is it reminds me the same thing all worried about their own on the elgin pit because like my friend fight fight to the barricades of their college during a great job but he down administration larr indeed in jumped from the board but all of that jack kemp jumped meal is like the second it got hot as well we don't want them on the board that is the same issues is back then it was college and now it's the the risk averse man who are all worried trump's looking for a new communications team all these stories dave bossie corey lewandowski were in there yesterday reports are saying all over television and might be bringing in some of the old the war horses trump has not not decided on the paris climate accord but my goodness it would be ongoing he's not going to do now what gary code once we have a lotta people my one gm gary condit walked thirty thousand of these criminal aliens probably swept up in these dragnet and there are so they're out so he's already renewed if he was going to believe me if believe me if he was going to sign on to the part paris record you would have done it surrounded by miracle on makkonen company he would have taken the adulation and gotten the you know the probably would have been palm sunday article the way mirko face when we talk about merckel and micro on the program france the the reaction the look the reaction ripple it is sort of i love how they're they're they're taking out of context what trump said about germany i relationship with germany they're bad what he meant as the trade relationship he wasn't saying our overall relationship but cnn and msnbc just run that snippet relationship jimmy they've event and how she can go on about read them out of the terrible violation you'll see volts book joe new boom coulter it's so good to see you again shits it's never good to seal book ota who going to have an actual translation of birckel when we return as once she does look.
"makkonen" Discussed on Rebuild
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