17 Burst results for "Malahide"

"malahide" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

05:51 min | 2 months ago

"malahide" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

"He for she at its cool is about inviting men and boys in agendas agenda sustained alongside women gals to be allies in creating true societies of equality. And so. that's actually what has been really remarkable is the wo- did respond and indeed millions of lesser than saved. But it's been the communities themselves that have violated and said you know we wanna be passive. This and i can give it very quick example. One of those really remarkable stories is what happens in malawi is small african country where the mill ships ended up waking with a few more chips to announce twenty thousand child marriages and send the girls back to school. In addition to lobbying the government actually outlawed marriage which is now happened in malawi but again it shows the power of the community to actually applied themselves out of poverty and address this global inequalities that we face that was a really prominent example in a book. I think that you write about. Can you speak a little bit more about child. Marriage in malawi like how it affects people and what the traditional view of that was before he for she really propelled it into different direction. I'm like so many other countries in the well. Drives you know child marriages being accustomed for many communities and even the ads are interesting instead. Reality that john. Austin talk about is how even in the united states of america they is no federal law outlawing child marriage and facts in more than forty five states in the. Us young girls are being married as young as four years. old right. And so what malahide did is truly a remarkable story because they is a small advocate country which you know many gills getting married before the age of eighteen end. There was a bit of resistance to change because it's been the culture and it's been the gnome and what we so wait before he for she was just incredible..

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"malahide" Discussed on Breaking Out with Jared Lesar

Breaking Out with Jared Lesar

06:17 min | 5 months ago

"malahide" Discussed on Breaking Out with Jared Lesar

"And be searching with enough communities all the of what we are sitting out to cheat and an and i think that for me the the great am meaning i have of of where we could to is into the future of the world that we can tech cab ourselves as communities and as with cat and i think that care and kindness our rainy and safety arini words that have to come to the poll and with global leadership and knocked whitewashed washed. Yes let's action. Honest and equity for the environment equity for humanity and in a equal opportunities and that to me is is creating this global world where we own into connect and again sure that he had the one the bag because when people buy a one bag and then know that of that one the bag is is being donated to family who which will get to one back and we took about off sittin carbon credits Global corporations no longer want to sit with cobb and that is in a ding sampling. Would you can't see is not affecting communities people one to offset the cobb and be responsible. Companies wildest creating employment creating opportunities wass to coaching global woman and and when the bag is one of the common Projects that actiony has an impact of every single sustainable development goal and we can claim that the critics it's reality outdated tells us that so we created the amazing opportunity of mobile corporations to say. Hey we wanna an project to win the back. We want to sit the out our and out carbon footprint by getting a one the bed into every home in malahide. How cool would that be. Is it every corporation or every polluter every m at company in a temporary that has these huge databanks and they suddenly said but we want to. We don't just wanna sit with seven. Nc project we wanted. We want to be able to talk about the people who have been fatigue drum carbon credits. I think basically what the ad is is bringing together. Noble businesses environmental honesty and and and change and the humanitarian. Whoa so that china angle go is the magic that is happy with the world of of what defender and his daily is magic Certainly as as i'm sitting out. I mean clearly inspired by saying full any young women that are listening to the show I'm going to ask a question and before secretion. I've got a caveat. The so obviously i'm a male and i've got acknowledged that is no way that i can fully understand rely to the issues that the women samiti lying on. You also told me. Accountable union asking. This question always was talking to my wife. You know you'd have to. there's podcasts. And i she's listening. So some is the superintendent strong like included qualified successful woman and one of the questions that that came up is as a strong and successful women operating in this male dominated patriarchal society and corporate world particularly for you when you're actively trying to empower other women. How how'd you turn off that nagging voice. That may be says do you. Maybe it is an actual voice that is do. You don't belong in the space or you're not good enough or you shouldn't take up too much of a fuss about something. Because that's just it's gonna awful failures and actually sit quietly. In the in the back of the boardroom. And in things slide to the young women listening are. How do you move pasta idea. Overcome that in net. Jared driving hours thinking about this person. I was thinking that you had touched on that point and now wondering if i was done to you answer that you expect to hear or give my chew on sir. That's going through on-scene that lead this truth with me sir. Speech for a woman on the ordinary considered mess up in a different their rates rates. Being bed i am. I avoid none. Action knee have never considered messed up a woman entrepreneur at considered nacelle as somebody on a mission and m and defected. I'm a woman made no difference i. I haven't believed by saying that. I probably have taken be too.

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"malahide" Discussed on All Things Techie

All Things Techie

03:32 min | 10 months ago

"malahide" Discussed on All Things Techie

"To having ifc and infocomm run successfully in the summer. Who knows it's too far away to tell and if there's different strains of the virus if if if they find the virus doesn't kill every or the the not the vizquel everyone if they vaccine doesn't work on different strains way in a bit of trouble with the teens but events are reopening in ireland. Let's have a look at the different events that happened recently. You know what. I was saying to my wife recently. That so weird. I around christmas time you do. You see a lot of circus tents up around the area. I seen one surface tent and is on the site south of dublin recently. Like oh there's a circus still going on across dublin. Probably at a very small scale bad but in on the side of a drive in cinema so but the big production screen look legal and always anelle might as well just driving along the way and i seen like flashing lights sons. Ocd cosmo attention not the guards. Now not the guards but it did catch my attention day. So at malahide castle which is just up the road from me for money families country christmas pantyhose are an annual tradition. This year obviously very different but driving. Pantoja is available from from this weekend. Taking place in malahide castle at peter. Pan tanto was onscreen starring. Rob murphy carter michelle mcgraw virtual onstream pantyhose taking place across the country to write the month and glow pork will take place. The annual festival celebration which lights of cork city each year with the variation of the usual event plant for this christmas period. There's been a couple of really nice list of displays across dublin at mechanics gerald which would be in the financial district of dublin. Recently made the isolate of the building. Looks like join. Tetris have looked at this. And and then in waterford. There's the wash for winter vol's and back again this year. The waterford went to run until the twenty third of december most parts running from wednesday to sunday tweak entities to do and christmasy sites so like the vintage ferris wheel christmas cracker trail some beautifully decorated shop windows. And and then actually put this. This is my street side where students got together and decided that they wanted to put christmas lights around all the trees and we started off with our street on and go to sweep beside us and street beside us so now base heard of the hazing state is little with these battery powered christmas lights and boy. She's turned around to me and said you know what at least we can see the kids playing on street. Nice it's.

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"malahide" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:13 min | 11 months ago

"malahide" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"malahide" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:13 min | 11 months ago

"malahide" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"malahide" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

02:59 min | 11 months ago

"malahide" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"malahide" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"malahide" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"malahide" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

09:29 min | 1 year ago

"malahide" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Rid of those black streaks on your roof maybe moss growing on your roof by the way that his route you gotta get rid of that just spring on it's a hose connection is spread to thirty feet cover about two thousand square feet and given for six weeks and gone no scrubbing wet and forget that's what you're looking for if you want to just get the concentrate mix it in a container you can do that also so thanks to when forgets done for bringing this hour to you all right the lines are full so we're gonna get right back to work here we'll start with Paul Paul welcome hi good morning yes Sir whatever whatever you have to talk to the guy with the tile roof yes Sir there's a there's a briefing put down before I put the Tieline okay didn't put the the the heavy roof not not sell paper now you did that heavier roles like it basically almost stopped making lights on it's almost a membrane in it no they they spent like forty five fifty five fifty five thirty five is a about all different wait years ago okay with that doubt but anyhow that's put down first and then they put the tile over that right now what's happening is that under roof or start to break down and has that breaks down it starts on the brakes here there and everywhere else because it's just another words that's basically the roof that powers the keep that he decided everything all of it okay I have never taken off the power of that that I did have a couple of garbage cans full of birds mask dark the brave out before I even got down to take an active role ripping off and then there's I never take a line off and didn't have a good day I mean I'll get so hot it breaks up the work as far as lopsided roofers and people are finding good route for you find one who was at Tanner I always tell my customers you don't buy a soup without but the stock and played some people put on a roof you gotta put on everything I've seen on the gutters the Japanese the walls everything right right and you want to make sure I put the the flash again the bricks not put on the owner called him on Friday and then again if you can solder me even better right that's a better day to build this the flash he should be put on the plugs and locked concrete nails down to the wall you want to put a plug in there that expands and opens that joined up more so you get all the same stuff in there I do wanna slip and it don't don't just talk point you've got to make sure your sector all the while you get airline crack and I the water to portable crack his father I don't know about it as well Paul you know the interesting thing is in in when I had the NYC on who is the chairman of the thing contractors association it was interesting he put my refund and you know has all those qualifications that you were talking about but I had multiple quotes in it it literally amazed to me the quotes how incomplete some more and how they didn't address and and then Nick even said you know when it came to flashing I had one it said exactly that flashing is needed and when I when I built this house say copper flashings put on and I said to Nick I said well in that copper that's supposed to be like forever and then he goes well did they tell you the seams were broken on it but a bobbin anyway so yeah replace it it's a system in it I mean it's a system well everybody can put on shingles what you did that with the Canada put the stuff on there right water you got to make sure that there be a flash and have the proper height right what and the the shingles when it comes down to put launching boulders I like the thrill one channels because are smoother and I can pick up any defect is that when you got a random shingle like you know so rough you can't hardly pick up you're going to study it for a while in order to find a nails out of place of that's optimized I like the thrill one shingle and if you want to worry about it blowing off you can store may I went not a slave he has two singles prevails and it every which angle has two deals in it every single city up to the office of you got three one single male and a lot of that that's three individuals able to put one on each side of the ball and what are the chances he put in six deals percent right well what we were talking to we were talking about his fiberglass shingles asphalt fiberglass shingles and we're talking about how some people you know if you follow your manufacturer's recommendation which had shingles been tested and tested and retested sometimes we do more damage by improvising than we do following the directions for instance and metal roofing I get that a lot of people ask me about you know do I let it sit on the really existing rift I do furring strips study guides what's the manufacturers say well I don't know have a look at that well they're the ones that are testing that roof they're the ones that are warranting that the last thing you want to do is improvised to a point where you're going to cancel the warranty then again I and I think you agree you said find a roofer that's you know good ten or something like that it's all about finding the good roofer the ones that are going to do the job correctly to the manufacturer's specifications so if there is a problem we have some recourse on the guarantee on the war to the roof well thanks much for the call I appreciate your input on that Frank welcome every morning yes I have a forty five year old Richard build your dang on my roof for about thirty feet long box eighteen twenty inches out it keeps pulling the pain I got to get some kinda good primer to put one before it what do you suggest well this there's all kind of great primers out there there's great pains out there now unfortunately forty five years ago there wasn't so many great paints and primers so really what you're I'm guessing what you're suffering from Frank really is you know sins of the past okay and I have a lot of them yeah me too it is no fault of yours is just what we had what we had is we had oil based primers not wrong with that right you know multiple multiple multiple multiple coats of oil based paint after that which is what was available and what that did is it did not allow wood debris that did not allow the pain film the breed that did not allow moisture to work its way through the paint exhaust so what it did is it literally push that pain often peeled and in fact if you took a you know a say six coats of oil based paint and there was a way water was getting behind that pain in any number of ways you could have the pain the pain will eventually fail water always wins it'll push that paying off and that would be wet still I would not only inside the porch you're responding to a nine closure it's all right inside just your name so I'm having problems right well I mean moisture today somehow got behind the gutters maybe the flash ME could be multiple ways so here's a here's the deal you know I mean as much as you get it because I get this all the time and you know people just say I you know I bought is like fifty dollar gallon spectacular self priming pain I put it on in a year and a half it was peeling and what it was and peeling when you say what worded PLO deal all the way down to the wood yeah because this is the paint that was there so really the best way is to get it down to the substrate the best you can use a good acrylic bonding primer and then if you were going to use like a sure Williams paint they have a self bonding primer exterior paint called emerald in Ben Moore's got one called Iraq they're awesome awesome awesome paints but in order to you know enjoy the awesomeness it has to be down on the not old paint that has the potential for yeah it's great but down the bear with the questions folder they put in the houses you know not for insulation yes and I got a question on senator landing cancer causing agents you know if you go back far enough there was a lot from Malahide in that now a lot of it's for Malahide free so okay I know when I first came in the market twenty five years ago there was a male hides in it I'd say safe is anything now yeah okay no no no it didn't keep me busy you go always good to be busy Frank take care thanks for the call all right take a little break I'll give you the phone number it's eight hundred eight two three eight two five five you're at home with Gerry Solomon do your home improvement hours easy is calling one eight hundred eight three talk he's at home with K. our radio station.

"malahide" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"malahide" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"In found a package of the flooring in the garage that was used in the home which is the product in the link below okay I believe it's been for five years since the flooring was installed is there a good way for me to test from Malahide levels in the home or is this possibly a non risk at this point and these were old floors from let's see where you get these authorities said that in here hello yeah it did lumber liquidators demand in your member a few years ago there was a big issue with some of the floors from lumber liquidators look it wasn't all the floors that had that issue and quite honestly if you're not smelling from aldehyde in the home you have absolutely nothing to to be searching for because from out of Hyde gives off a horrible or older and so there's no question that if you were having an issue with that you would be smelling it and if you're not I would totally forget about him worried about that and not worry about trying to hunted down to see if that floor has any formaldehyde in it yeah it's just not an issue in fact if it's been opened up and exposed for the four years or whatever that you were just talking about chances are it off gassed anyways but the bigger issue is it was a very small percentage of their floors that actually had the idea so I I really wouldn't worry about it Donna homebrewing question.

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"malahide" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"malahide" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And how they've built around him and not today listen you gotta change now works heater what you do and we're gonna build this bad boy around you if they have a lot the way they run and the way they throw it out one dimensional so but the running game everything is based off of that once they get that role and then your trouble now hajj here with us Rogers and wells and when you have the Packers and the sea hawks what is that game come down to Atlanta well you did that to me is the most unique part of all these matches I think a lot of them from and my eyes are chronic really clearly defined that one is Eliza more difficult but if I had to narrow it down to one saying I just thinking that you're comes down error Rogers all I think that he is the difference in the whole game or how he plays and what he does when I think someone's been lost with that you know I say that and I'm like I I catch myself because then I'm not giving credit to something I think is bad overlooked not highlighted enough it's the way they play defensively Green Bay things that they have done and can do I had done on a consistent basis may need to make them a favorite in this game based on those two elements of their team you know Aaron Rodgers ability in the playoffs and that stage you give him that opportunity I think that we don't magical things but then what they can do defensively I think are are are the difference in this game that's such a tough game to protect this weekend and also but when you look at the other end of C. game is wrapping up with Merrill Hodge Vikings in forty Niners I know the forty Niners are coming off the by and feeling and digs the digs been under the weather at the little bit banged up but they both will go with the Vikings did last week was so impressive I wonder what they're going to do this time around I now going up against the forty Niners well I was I I wouldn't deviate I don't expect the Packer I mean the Vikings to deviate much further than what you saw against the New Orleans Saints that is exactly how you win championship football I mean and what I mean is I don't think they come in here make an aerial attack I think they are going to end dot I think another thing that was lost in that game is how well they play defensively no question yeah that that which is not what is the with Kurt because the making those big throws the narrative about him when he plays like that that's where all the credits good to go do that right okay excellent the defense was there and Kirk stepped up and made the big for us when needed to right and then you know I look that big play it again today I I've always felt where when I played you know that guy has to do something in the game to help you win it now sometimes it is a throw like Kurt causes made or sometimes it's not that mistake that kills you sorry but that guy's pivotal for on Monday the of reasons and they're all out actually backside she Kirk cousins played way did and the way he had a feeling you don't what I thought was kind of forgotten to is the one actually got him in a bad spot beauty again with a fall and to redeem himself attack catch it did which is not an easy ball the tract if you watch that throw I would like the catch was incredible to so for them to respond like that at that moment in the game and that is what you know great players do and and I remembered by those great moments so that is just huge Makki Dr I can speak from experience when you go with on the road okay gone the next week there's less being the mafia there's more competent genius you know all about you gargle rather delay played against other wore out don't buy that played both environments like that now I was never tired second goal of the second game on the road but not tired enough agents acted brought momentum you gave us energy so I don't look I don't look like delicate I know it's it's wrong and they will have all types of energy they will be fired up ready go that they play within the structure of how they played against the New Orleans Saints year old thank you very easy they can go in and win the game again Sam Cisco is this the year Andy Reid gets around god you know the centers when I hear people go out to the yard and he's such a good guy you like to see what I'd like to win Super Bowl saw a lot of work and then I watched we will be with you will run it would work so like you know what Haiti readers read such a fabulous coach indeed dangerous for fabulous man and I I that's yeah I've known and you read yes use our trip to coach yes I mean looking at the one that would be a lot of people happy you know that they're not Kansas City Chiefs fan that are working for the chance the organization that would be like yeah I'll guarantee you know go for him now I'll give you a parting gift that I don't have the ring but my producer his wife has the hots for you that's what I've been informed being Prussia Meryl I don't know it makes him feel but that's what I've been told all right this is what the update got as John we appreciate the dog thanks for coming on Eddie Dr guide to your buddy areas Malahide here with us on CBS sports radio Mikey B. U. concern Malahide your wife little Smokies mochi action I'm always concerned you probably wonder each they had I get her to marry me yes right yeah that that's correct you're the luckiest person in the world I I always wondered and if you're listening the well don't be I think he's gonna get a cake thank you get a little extra thrill about Meryl hija being informed that your wife has the hots for Merrill Hodge as you and for me by the way all right before we do go on a reserve a steak yeah you like I don't bring this up and everything don't bring this up and bring it up on the air hi his J. Berman I usually CBS sports update sports flag right guys will star in the NBA overtime in Detroit Cavaliers and pistons tied at one ten Tristan Thompson is thirty three points and fourteen rebounds for Cleveland Andre Drummond is twenty points and twenty three rebounds for Detroit so it's a battle of the big man meanwhile Sixers come from behind and they beat the Celtics in a good one one oh nine ninety eight Sixers outscored the Celtics thirty two eighteen of the fourth double Walker had twenty six Josh Richardson had twenty nine for Philadelphia Blazers and timber wolves during the third Timberwolves leader eighty seven sixty one meanwhile the game of the night features the rockets and thunder from Oklahoma City it's the return of Russell Westbrook has not played in OKC since leaving he'll do that tonight they'll get underway momentarily night college hoops number twenty three Wichita state beach number twenty one met this seventy six sixty seven also number nineteen Michigan and Purdue or in double overtime in Michigan's gonna win their up six with three seconds remaining eighty four seventy eight meanwhile number twenty four Arizona at number nine Oregon and leading thirty two twenty six in the first half number eight Michigan state up a bucket on Minnesota in the first half twenty to twenty still to come top ranking Vatican visit San Diego that HL Rangers lead the double six three in the third it's just got final Panthers beat the Canucks fight the two lightning blight the coyotes for nothing I'm Jay Berman DA here tomorrow morning wall to wall preview of the divisional round of playoffs with Solomon Wilcox and your target demo Friday the daily show six eastern.

"malahide" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

15:00 min | 2 years ago

"malahide" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"In the Democrats don't understand. because he literally doesn't know where his son doesn't always talking to. Z. and grabs hold of people won't let go he is a walking gaffe machine in and they are constantly trying to make excuses for it and and otherwise passing Moffat's just old Joe canister here from PJ media Democrat pollster calls Biden's twenty twenty league deceptive. they are nervous everybody is not folks. they have been convinced. since before the mall a report that they were gonna get rid of trump. they were I am and let me walk to the very stages they thought they were going to be able to reverse the election results with the trump scandals and force him out the steel dossier the golden showers story they thought they're going to humiliate and get them to return to resign retired in shame and embarrassment. than they had all these public protests all these women there but China hats out there every time trump propose a travel ban they were just flooding the zone with what it was made to look like hatred for Donald Trump they wanted to create the image. in the media that everybody in America thought this was a fluke that that this was a mistake. that trump should not of one that the electoral system broke down. and the the the media decided they tried to to cover events in such a way as to make it look like there's no way trucker really one there's nobody we can find a voted for the guy everybody hates this guy including us. and they did their best to create. branding or perception or image that everybody hated the guy. and then they tried to run their silent cool with trump Russia collusion you know how that went. but they have told themselves since election night two thousand sixteen that wasn't real. that it was a fluke of something. and so they've been focused on trying to get rid of him early. forcing him to retire in shame resigned in th in in shame or or even in the midst of criminal indictment or something it's all blown up in their faces but they have not. let go of the idea that trump is a fluke that something went wrong that it shouldn't have happened that it still isn't real. and I'm not exaggerating is a psychological sense they are all still old. occupying this mental state of mind that none of this is real it's a biggest mistake that's ever happened and as such. they're going to get rid of the guy he shot one of one he wasn't supposed to win he really didn't win well now here we are just a year out from the election thirteen months. and so they're telling themselves cut lows it's a slam dunk just like Hillary was going to win in a run away landslide trump is gonna lose again. he's not gonna win it okay everything we've tried so far is spelled forward work we're going to go back and have another election this time the American people are not gonna get tricked Arterton gonna be this folk trouble going to Lowes and he's gonna lose in the biggest landslide ever that's what they tell themselves. so they have their big nomination process to come up with their nominee that's going to win this. magic collection going away and who isn't. and this is deflating them like crazy there's no way they're looking at this and everything all my god there's no way Biden can make our dream come true. the psychology of this cannot be forgotten fox and do not ignore it. for all of these months these people as typified by the media and the rest of the Democrats have believe that none of this is real that it was a result of some gigantic mistake some fluke and it has been. it has been necessary for it to be corrected in every corrective measure has failed. so now we get. to the next and perhaps last chance. the next election and who is it that's leading this parade Joe Biden. they are nervous. Biden leading the primary promise process. is the equivalent of a cold shower for these people I know I'm I really think that this may be and I'm not I'm not exaggerating all that much here I really think that this may be the first time. in all in the past three years. they are being forced. to consider. the very real possibility truck might win again. that's right I'm telling you that for the past three years Donald Trump has been gone tomorrow in their minds. every night when they went to bed trump was gone the next day so they've had that many days of disappointment but its added up to anticipation because every day is another opportunity for it to be true trump is gone. so they headlined democratic pollster calls Biden's twenty twenty leave deceptive here's the pull cord so deceptively evening. because it really doesn't get tested until we get down to a narrow world race in which at some stage people are going to have to say is he our guy or not said Paul Maisel and democratic pollster worked on the presidential campaign to Jimmy Carter and Howard Dean. here's a guy with a track record of victory. I'm not sure how strong a front runner Bugs live people are sorry waiting in seeing simply mirroring Goff director of the Marist polling unit. by the supporters are also far more nervous than they should be a given the front runners polling laid meaning they should be nervous at all those guys leave is so big they shouldn't be nervous but everybody is there's a clear worry among by the supporters that he can't be. he cannot be the front runner from June of twenty nineteen for July twenty twenty to that this is going to hold up that might not have the ability to make it hold up that eventually the gaps are gonna pile up and he's going to come down this is ed Rendell fast Eddie. former governor of Pennsylvania. that many Biden backers are nervous as hell. they are. of all the people. they had dreams of tossing trump out of the White House would bite. so there is an abject panic and a cold shower reality descending on these people. I mean I think Biden is. everybody wears another faction of the party which thinks that he is the only guy that can beat trump. gaps and all because he's the only guy in the primaries that represents the middle is the only guy it's not some awak all left wing radical extremist. boot camp when. so they're gonna keep him in for Malahide whatever it whatever it takes to keep the guy alive gaps all just to make sure because they think if they didn't bite and they don't have a prayer now I'm telling you this is a giant cantik cold shower to these people. hello that mayor Pete's sake we present you know that calm all I hear is not to be president they you know. they're Tulsi Gabbard and going to be a very novel take your amber Yang none of these people going to be president and the longer they hang around the the the more radical they make the Democrat party look. they don't think crazy bird is going to prevail they they think it's going to be focused hottest or biking. now ladies and gentlemen I have a thing I want to address here as America's adult. but a way I'm very honored very happy to have that title and to to to execute that responsibility because I am an adult and there aren't too many of us. sadly. so I have here a story that is written off of a column. by Kimberly stressful of the Wall Street journal. democratic presidential candidate see is on climate change as the key issue in their primary fake fight but will it help or hurt them in the general election. wallstreet journal columnist Kimberly Strauss warned on Saturday. the twenty twenty Democrat candidates climate proposals could cause the loss of millions of jobs. now let me quote from Kimberly Stross wills piece. when you talk about banning fracking when you talk about a carbon free economy by twenty thirty or twenty fifty. you are essentially saying that we're going to kill every cold job in the country every oil job every natural gas job we're going to kill all of the shipping jobs. then they get what we're talking about millions and millions of jobs that were going to create. gonna kill rather with the Democrat agenda. and she says that's not a vote getter that's that's not gonna get people revved up to vote for your killing this many jobs wiping out that much of the economy. the problem here she right says that this was one of the reasons they did lose last time. remember Hillary Clinton still says that one of the bigger mistake she made was promising to put a lot of coal workers out of a job well it didn't hurt Obama which is why she said it. Obama got elected despite that same promise but of course Obama got elected because it is the first African American candidates it didn't matter what he said that mattered what it looked like. and do not doubt me. that's why so many Republicans voted for the guy hoping that they were voting for peace and tranquillity and in the end of the charge of racism ha ha it only got worse. but let me ask you a question. effort particularly those of you and I know you're there because this audience knows no boundaries. we have all genders both of them. we have all religions. we have all three sexism maybe it's for now. we have all ages this this program's audience not always not old demographic boundaries and thus I know that there are some of you in this audience to think I'd be a great thing to get rid of every call mine and stop using coal. and I know there is some of you in this audience who think that fossil fuels are destroying the planet and we've got to stop using them or we're going to die I know you were there I know your listeners. so I want to ask you why I don't really want you to seriously consider my questions here. and I'm asking these questions to you as Americans adult. why and how do you think file soul fuels became the primary energy source. for industrialized. advanced. western economies. how did fossel fuels become. the primary energy source. but but let. certainly is answering in economic terms. in the private communication links and he and I share you can't hear him for a reason. is because it should present the most economical well. before we get to that. how many of you. in this audience who thank fossil fuels are going to be the end of your manatee and thus we need to get rid of them. how many of you believe that the people in the fossil fuel and related energies fields in Denver's. got into that business do you believe that it is their objective to destroy the planet. do you believe that their purpose is to wipe out. a habitable environment. do you believe that they only care about profits and do not care what happens. to the place they live as well. do you think. people in the fossil fuel industry are inherently evil. do you believe that their purpose in using these fuels its to pollute. the fowl to destroy. to a lemonade life support systems on earth. just for the sake of profit. do you really believe that..

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"malahide" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

12:53 min | 2 years ago

"malahide" Discussed on WJR 760

"And the Democrats don't understand. because it literally doesn't know worry doesn't always talking is still very. Z. and grabs hold of people won't let go he is a walking gaffe machine in and they are constantly trying to make excuses for it and and otherwise passing off that's just old Joe canister here from PJ media Democrat pollster calls Biden's twenty twenty lead deceptive. they are nervous everybody is not folks. they have been convinced. since before the Mollen report that they were gonna get rid of trump. they were I am and let me walk to the very stages they thought they were going to be able to reverse the election results with the trump scandals and force him out the steel dossier the golden showers story they thought they're going to humiliate and get them to return to resign retired in shame and embarrassment. than they had all these public protests all these women there but China happens out there every time trump propose a travel ban they were just flooding the zone with what it was made to look like hatred for Donald Trump they wanted to create the image. in the media that everybody in America thought this was a fluke that that this was a mistake. trump should not of one that the electoral system broke down. and the media decided they tried to to cover events in such a way as to make it look like there's no way trucker really one there's nobody we can find a voted for the guy everybody hates this guy including us. and they did their best to create. branding or perception or image that everybody the guy. and then they tried to run their silent cool with trump Russia collusion you know how that went. but they have told themselves since election night two thousand sixteen that wasn't real. that it was a fluke of something. and so they've been focused on trying to get rid of him early. forcing him to retire in shame resigned in th in in shame or or even in the midst of criminal indictment or something it's all blown up in their faces but they have not. let go of the idea that trump is a fluke that something went wrong then it shouldn't have happened that it still isn't real. and I'm not exaggerating is a psychological sense they are all still. occupying this mental state of mind that none of this is real it's a biggest mistake that's ever happened and as such. they're going to get rid of the guy he shot one of one he wasn't supposed to win he really didn't win well now here we are just a year out from the election thirteen months. and so they're telling themselves it's kinda lows it's a slam dunk just like Hillary was going to win in a runaway landslide trump is gonna lose again. he's not gonna win it okay everything we've tried so far is available so we're we're we're going to go back and have another election this time the American people are not going to get dragged are going to be this folk probably gonna lows and he's going to lose in the biggest landslide ever that's what they tell themselves. so they have their big nomination process to come up with their nominee that's going to win this. magic collection going away and who isn't. and this is the flaming them like crazy there's no way they're looking at this and everything all my god there's no way Biden can make our dream come true. the psychology of this cannot be forgotten fox and do not ignore it. for all of these months these people as typified by the media and the rest of the Democrats have believe that none of this is real that it was a result of some gigantic mistake some fluke and it has been. it has been necessary for it to be corrected in every corrective measure has failed so now we get. to the next and perhaps last chance. the next election and who is leading this parade Joe Biden. they are nervous. Biden leading the primary promise process. is the equivalent of a cold shower for these people I know I'm I really think that this may be and I'm not I'm not exaggerating all that much here I really think that this may be the first time. in all in the past three years. they are being forced. to consider. the very real possibility truck might win again. that's right I'm telling you that for the past three years Donald Trump has been gone tomorrow in their minds. every night when they went to bed trump was gone the next day so they've had that many days of disappointment but its added up to anticipation because every day is another opportunity for it to be true trump is gone. so the headline democratic pollster calls Biden's twenty twenty leave the deceptive here's the pull cord so deceptively evening. because it really doesn't get tested until we get down to a narrower race in which at some stage people are going to have to say is he our guy or not said Paul Maisel and democratic pollster worked on the presidential campaign to Jimmy Carter and Howard Dean. here's a guy with a track record of victory. I'm not sure how strong a front runner by. people are sorry waiting in seeing simply mirroring Goff director of the Marist polling unit. Biden supporters are also far more nervous than they should be a given the front runners polling laid meaning they should be nervous at all this guy's lead is so big they shouldn't be nervous but everybody is there's a clear worry among by the supporters that he can't be. he cannot be the front runner from June of twenty nineteen for July twenty twenty to that this is going to hold up that might not have the ability to make it hold up that eventually the gaffer going to pile up and he's going to come down this is ed Rendell fast Eddie. former governor of Pennsylvania. that many Biden backers are nervous as hell. they are. of all the people. they had dreams of tossing drop out of the White House would bite. so there is AB Jack panic and a cold shower reality descending on these people. I mean I think by then is. and by the way there's another faction of the party which thinks that he is the only guy that can beat trump. gaps in all because he's the only guy in the primaries that represents the middle is the only guy it's not some awak all left wing radical extremist. who can win. so they're gonna keep him in for Malahide whatever it whatever it takes to keep the guy alive gaps all just to make sure because they think if they didn't bite and they don't have a prayer now I'm telling you this is a giant cantik cold shower to these people. hello that mayor Pete's not to be present I know that Kamel here is not to be president they know. they're Tulsi Gabbard and going to be a very novel take your amber Yang none of these people going to be president and the longer they hang around the the the more radical they make the Democrat party look. they don't think crazy Bernie's going to prevail they they think it's gonna be foca hottest or biking. now ladies and gentlemen I have a something I want to address here as America's about. but the way I'm very honored very happy to have that title and to to to execute that responsibility because I am an adult and there aren't too many of us. sadly. so I have here a story that is written off of a column. by Kimberly stressful the Wall Street journal. democratic presidential candidate sees on climate change as the key issue in their primary fake fight but will it help or hurt them in the general election. Wall Street journal columnist Kimberly Strauss warned on Saturday. the twenty twenty Democrat candidates climate proposals could cause the loss of millions of jobs. now let me quote from Kimberly struggles piece. when you talk about banning fracking when you talk about a carbon free economy by twenty thirty or twenty fifty. you are essentially saying that we're gonna kill every cold job in the country every oil job every natural gas job we're going to kill all of the shipping jobs. then they do we're we're talking about millions and millions of jobs that were going to create. gonna kill rather with the Democrats agenda. that's not a vote getter that's that's not gonna get people revved up to vote for your killing this many jobs wiping out that much of the economy. the problem here she rides there is that this was one of the reasons they did lose last time. remember Hillary Clinton still says that one of the bigger mistake she made was promising to put a lot of coal workers out of a job well it didn't hurt Obama which is why she set it. Obama got elected despite that same promise but of course Obama got elected because it is the first African American candidates it didn't matter what he said that mattered what he looked like. and do not doubt me. that's why so many Republicans voted for the guy hoping that they were voting for peace and tranquillity and in the end of the charge of racism ha ha it only got worse. but let me ask you a question. particularly those of you and I know you're there because this audience knows no boundaries. we have all genders both of them. we have all religions. we have all three sexism maybe it's for now. we've all ages this this program's audience knows not old demographic boundaries and thus I know that there are some of you in this audience to think I'd be a great thing to get rid of every call mine and stop using coal. and I know there are some of you in this audience who think that fossil fuels are destroying the planet and we've got to stop using them or we're going to die I know you were there I know your listeners. so I want to ask you I'm glad really want you to seriously consider my questions here. and I'm asking these questions to you as Americans about. why and how do you think file soul fuels became the primary energy source. for industrialized. advanced..

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"malahide" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"malahide" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"How long did you hold for that child hello look at your phone right now look your phone looking okay your phone my dude and tell me how long you been holding the minute what a great back in Utah dot sixteen minutes forty three seconds of your day so that you could try so you could try to get some more past the master come on dude but man I love you guys that much I do have a question for you on what do you think about great thank I think it's disgusting and I think I heard that the Malahide in there well I don't think much about it I think if you if if that's what you have to do to put out cigarettes then okay then then then vape I'd rather have somebody faith and smoke if you know it's it's an approved methodology forgetting cannabis and your long so if you want to smoke whatever the VA to says smoke whatever the vape uses I've dropped my anti vape stance because I don't want to shame anyone back in the smoking yeah but don't blow those clouds on any bill yeah don't don't Chuck Chucky clouds can you check a cloud join get those clouds I don't like candy all right they some right your mom from the bomb like John he's a good time Charlie it's mass don't smoke it's nothing but gonna be dead soon I'm gonna write a tune and then I'll take a little get that big choose a gold get it at the flea market many flavors.

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"malahide" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"malahide" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"No wonder the hallmark the many good scientists of understanding that does make the point sure there's a lot of property thing that we actually need like chrome selenium Nicole other metals we need at low doses we need them at our body works great without them we would not feel very well but at higher doses they are not good for us they are not allowed to my to my point for Malahide in here straightening products sold in America is the concentration to a toxic level it may be if you wanted to drink the hair straightening if you want to drink it very good well what I drink and you're putting it on your hair and once you get out there are people who put for Malahide on their marijuana joints to and enhance the high I would not I would endorse that so basically model how do you feel about that yeah well because I spent some time in the hood no I I I've heard of it obviously bar not tried that though but I guess you point is when these articles come out especially with specific agendas you got to sort through and look at what the real data is before you just believe the story on the face of the story you got it all wrong port you gotta dig someplace else not in the article itself right because they're only gonna present the so called facts they want to provide that's right all right thank you Stephen is always good stuff seven eleven conveniently for you it's seven hundred WLW we want you to be a.

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"malahide" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"malahide" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"She lived my views. I think about all look how great come to California. Yeah. Leave Georgia come and come back to California. And because listen, Malahide says, you know, Georgia's bed because they, they wanna protect the baby. I'll be asleep abortion, is going to be key in the twenty twenty election. And you know what I if you got to take a stance, take a stance, I'm pro life, I'm not ashamed about that. And when you have Joe Scarborough and morning, Joe on MSNBC, which is the definition of and the template for failure. You have to. He says these radical ideas from the GOP a radical idea. Hey, listen. You went full term, but, you know, you're lonesome cash, and, you know, confer to catch, you know, maybe I don't want that pregnancy. That sounds like a good idea. Right. Think about that. When did the wind and I become a radical, I grew up in a city, just like San Francisco, Sacramento, LA. I I understand that. There are different. Social ideas, and certainly a different belief systems than I might have. But we had a fundamental foundation. We have we had something that was basic. We had something that was a good idea. It was right and wrong. And it was a general societal agreement on certain things. But don't stay there. And tell me that it's a radical crazy GOP idea that you don't want to kill a baby after its point, I'm sorry. I mean what the hell of these people smoke? And I really believe I know we're getting to the top of the outbreak here. But I indulge me for just a couple of minutes. I really believe somebody pressed the button in the, the secret world of politics. And they said, this is twenty twenty time. And the status and the Stalinist the Leninists and the academics and the media late in the political elite, they all got together, and he sat down in their sacred hall of injustice, and they sat sat around and tables, like listen. I think it's now I think now's the time we can get these filthy, filthy capitalists, and they filthy constitutional respecting individuals get them out of our way. What's in it for a for a governor or a state legislature or a city council? What's in it for them if they get their every progressive idea down on paper and they get the win? Let's say they get everything they wanted what exactly is in it for them. Power. Pout power the purse strings. And if you believe that the, the thought of the firearm is, is gonna float out of society, one day because the rest of the again, the left wing sync offense, and the, and the potentially brain damage, they get together and say, well, you know, it's we, we, if she came into the guns angry man. Yeah. Yeah. Does it? That doesn't work. You think that won't be shipped up up north from South America? You don't think we'll get some guns in town in no time after you ban all the firearms? Human nature is a very, very interesting thing. I'm not asking you to be a full blown psychologists a chi- interest here has it been you go take a law enforcement test and work on the job for about two years. That'll that'll learn ya. All right. I don't have a firearm, and, you know, I'd like one because I would like to steal from people and I would like to break it the properties. And, and I don't want some kooky co homeowner, you know, celebrating the second amendment, you know, open up on me. I can't have that. So we'll get we'll get the politicians to get the guns from them. And then I can get in there and Jack everybody. Yeah, that's mine. Now. Let me just take that. What's in it for the leftist? What's in it for the, the socialist slash communists? Who are they what what does? That's what they really are. They want power man. They are power hungry. Psychotics. I'm a great believer in less government. I'm a great believer in a. Yeah. Please don't bother me go away. I don't like you. This. You're gonna think this is radical coming from a former detective and police officer. Yeah. You're gonna things very radical. I am not a fan of those red light death. I don't like those red light the automatic. Red light tickets, not a fan of those if you really wanted to sell the traffic condition what you do is you go to the worst areas in your force the hell out of for about three or four months. Guess what? People stop speeding. They'll get the message and after a few points hit your license, and you pay a few hundred bucks in fines, guess what? You'll get the message it'll be great. But, you know, the, the autonomous John cameras dangling name. We'll get this. Oh, we don't put any points on your license to give a crap. Yeah. I I trust in law enforcement I trust. I trust in the, the good guy. And I think it's I think it's tyrannical. I really believe we'll put the there's going to be drone say, I mean, there's moving speed traps today again, you know, the libertarian side of my brain is revealing itself. I have great belief in the officer and the deputy and the police officer out there. Good traffic enforcement. But, you know, when the robots, you know, I got a friend of mine, he, he won't buy any vehicle, that's not made in the nineteen sixties. I'm sticking with the sixties maybe early seventies. I don't want any GPS. I don't want any computers in my car, get away from me. My dad was that way. The easy pass. Oh, he thought that was the most ferries thing in the history of mankind. By the way, was right. Because when.

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"malahide" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"malahide" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"And I think I think everybody was dealing with that everybody air was terrible. I was I was just trying to do stuff on the weekend. I had a bane mask on. Yes. Riding a bike unrelated. But I just do very you've never not had a bane through. I was born. Yeah. It was. And then I fell on my bike outside story. I'm not meaning to make it about me. But yeah, the fires. I mean, it tore through real tragedy by. Bye. If anyone has any tips, let me know. But yeah, the like, especially there are parts of like Agora hills. I have friends whose family members lost their houses tragically out there. And yet it looks like I mean people all over the area suffered from these wildfires. And then, you know, while Trump was out in France disrespecting the Americans who lost their lives in World War One and all the people who lost their lives in World War One. He was just in his hotel room tweeting some shit like well, if these fires won't stop. I'm going to. I'm not going to give you any more money. Claiming California firefighters for this. Now, this also just one fact about that the federal government manages forty percent of that. So right manager forty percent of the land the land where the fire started so smoke that one. Yeah. But yeah, it's making me wonder like, I don't know how are people still openly behind this, dude? Like when a racist guy in the mid west is like saying to his why. And I guess they're everywhere race guy anywhere is like, you know, he's shitting on traditional American heroes while they're fighting fires like don't have to stop driving around to like, his rallies slick isn't this like right just against everything that other thing that I like about this fire in particular like there were a lot of high profile famous people affected by it. Well, maybe he'll give a fuck now that fit because he doesn't give about regular people. Maybe we'll give about it. But he just doesn't give a lot of his critics too. He's like he's like Eliza Milano horses. Don't care. Glue conservatives on Twitter like mega Twitter was using this as an opportunity to be like look at these triggered libs. Burning burn hail. Come on now. Yeah. I it became sort of a political thing, which del Toro's museum house. Yeah. Oh, his house burned. And never got to see. I think I believe it did. I mean, I know Anna whose name was really affected because the bachelor house burned down. Yeah. The bachelor mansions you came in with a fucking tattoo on her face day. It happened. I think downs quick the Westworld set like the old west town where a bunch of westerns. But most recently as Westworld was was set. Now deadwood in the Dakota. No, they built their own town. But it got torn down fairly recently. But maybe they were shooting the west Vern down in that other fire there, but yeah. So Westworld, they're going to have to rebuild Westworld, essentially and. Miley Cyrus house burned a bunch of celebrities. Neil Young's house burned down two of the original charmed members, those Milana an Holly Mary comes Jesus James. And James would ha there was like all sorts of weird bipartisan celebrity Twitter coming together James would is like we got to save these horses, and then they end up saving the horses, and then I found out a horse hack. If there's a fire and your horses or endanger, you spray paint your phone number on them. And then you let them go. Oh interests. Jamie tax damn, that's that's really cool horse in trouble. Does what you do to James woods would detail. James woods, literally tweeted that Elizabeth Ilana spray paint your phone number on the horses and set them free because they just will have better instincts than our that. He looked trailer S's like waiting for someone say, which is funny because for him, he's Mr. maga- himself. Yeah. Right. For him to be like, I wonder what they think to like wouldn't he clapback on right wing Twitter who argues and he's like, hey asshole this. Yeah. Eliza Malahide a tweet out later. Like, listen, I needed horse tips. James woods happened to be the person who had the best horse. I'm sorry. I've been horse hacked. He also found a way to like make for some reason the hashtag was like, James woods. Firstly? What started the fire? Which was weird..

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"malahide" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"malahide" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

"A Ron. I'm not saying that's going to happen, but the chances increase and he's of course great believer in proponent of regime change. Is it weird to have a national security advisor in the White House who has taken money from the EMI K, the Iranian group that was once on the state tha pummeled list of banned terrorist organizations. I think it's beyond weird historically speaking General, Michael Flynn who was national security of others. If all of twenty three, twenty four days last year was considered by many in in in your weld in the foreign policy, weld of being Pabst the worst national security adviser ever appointed some now say that title should immediately betray for two dumble. Should we be looking back at general Flynn and saying, come. Combat general, olas forgiven. Sarah Sanders makes me nostalgic for the veracity of Sean Spicer. John Bolton makes me nostalgic for the good judgment of Michael Flynn, and the president makes me nostalgic for the ethical standards of Richard Nixon end collegue Yaluwa tobe gunk, yes, we'll leave. They guess I much majority of you on deconstructing to thank you. It's better hope earlier. Well, both Bolton an-and pawn peyot have been has harshly critical of the J C P away the Iran deal as has the president. If the president pulls the US out of the agreement in may. Deconstructed is a production offense. Le-let media in the intercept and is distributed by panoply. Our producer is Zach, young Lee toll Malahide is our executive producer. Al music was composed by bought war shoal, Betsy Reid is the intercepts editor in chief. I'm Mattie Huson. You can follow me on Twitter at Mandy are Huson if you have an already pleased do subscribe to the show so you can hear it every Friday Goto the intercept dot come full would slash deconstructed to subscribe from your putt costs platform of choice. And if you'll new to put casts, we've goalie info there. Please do subscribe whether you're on an ice phone or an Android ole whatever that means as pud castle, ultimately download chill device. Every time a new episodes available and you wouldn't wanna miss a new episode. If you've subscribed already, please do feel free to leave as a rating or review. It helps people find the show. Thanks so much. The Unix tweak.

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