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"Plain Jane. Is a monster song. Thank you and I wanna hear about writing it making it is multiple take. So you punching in You know and it's an interesting vibe to it because you talk about family talk about pain and trauma but you also talk about hanging out having fun a lot of in the choruses. Crazy. Thank you. I love the fact that you broke down everything I talked about because I feel like playing Jane. People love it. I don't know if everybody knows why they love it all like if they can pull out those parts, the trauma, the the cookouts that you that we used to have to dodge gunshots and You. Know me going allow barrier for the first time and come back and feeling like I had to do more from our community Irma's link official village in our Beria that came from me spend like one hundred thousand dollars on a chain with Ben Abimbola and then going to. Liberia Sei starving kids is out there announced I came back. I wanted to give all my jury away and I was like man like a link can literally feed village area and I'll give some money to them. I was gone out there to put uniforms on kids 'cause out there like they can't. Go to school without uniforms. So going out there and put uniforms on the kids. was with. This. Brand, called uniform okay. Chit Liberty. Is My partner's name that he started his brand because when the Ebola outbreak happened out there in Liberia a lot of people were scared the by product out there. So he had a lot of materials and things like that. So he brought a factory a All of these women that an average jobs and things like that. To make uniforms out of these materials and he will use autism has influences and and just influence period to collaborate with to sell clothing. And partner. Rela. Bloomingdale's so that's what. I did I basically partnered up with him and Bloomingdales to make a line with some material. I designed a line with trap Lord and uniform. We sold it. The money went towards putting some of the money went towards putting the uniform on kids. Wow. Yeah. I WANNA talk about design because I know you're into that to like. Talk about making this record. So Plain Jane did was the beat I wrote in the studio or so I'll listen to juicy j slob on my knob like on on a cop I was in La and me and my uncle was just listening to the radio and it just came on and I'm like Yo this song is amazing like it hit me is like I had a perfectly like. Nobody did this song over? And I'm like, why doesn't this happen in the song? Check me and everybody screams I mean the whole song is like a hook. Really off bridge is sold sticky is to start with the hook instead of a lot of people start with verse and into it. But when you start with it, that's the beyonce's loves to do that right but the song don't even have a hook. It just really does suck a NIGGA. dickerson. So that comes one time and then it's like back into the verse but I don't have enough. That's really a hook and juicy J. that's his first song. That, he put out a rope. Like, which is intriguing to me because that's a huge song. So Our Rights at a soon as I got to the hotel stuck in traffic. I. Had this idea GIS Brewing, in my head. To write to the Slough Manabi. And then I was like man I gotTa, make this shit new I gotta make it feel like young the young people got to own it. They gotta be anthem for the young people and I gotta say something I had so much to say on his record because I just came back from Africa I've been traveling the world and. I'm always got the New York state of mind but I'm like everywhere. I was like Yo and I wanted to get an underdog to going to be Saga Kirk night. Okay. Yeah. To Do to be over like elbow, I got a Bangor for us to do kirk is like. He's amazing like he's amazing I I can't think of anything else like genius. And I, feel like he doesn't get enough credit on people don't even know taking can goal with his music as musicality. So when I approached him I knew he will bring me different sonics in different sounds but also understanding bpm how important Edelweiss Susannah trump's and everything like that. And I the verge down and. I recorded the whole thing I didn't even put that for the. Recorded the whole thing on my apple on my computer. My laptop in a hotel. No the. Studio. Okay. The whole process of Mea Kirk working on it
"manabi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Many countries have improved their. LGBT writes in recent years with more and more approving gay marriage for example, but at the same time that's being a hardening of attitudes against lgbt communities and plenty of other places. One of those is Poland votes for a president this coming, Sunday, with the potential in running on a pretty explicitly anti-gay agenda, the South African author Mark Visser has just published a new book. The Pink Klein where he followed protagonists from nine countries, painting a picture of exactly how lgbt rights became such, a potent political battlefield mark's been speaking to monocle twenty four culture correspondent Phil Nelga Shaker that's precisely the concentrations line the way in your global human rights. Frontier has been drawn. By this explosive new conversation about sexual orientation and gender identity, and and who is deserving of rights, and what does family mean, and what does it man mean? And what does it? Women mean? These ideas become activated. In kind of near Jeff Politics under the last decade side suggest for example in twenty thirteen, the same yeah, that the United Kingdom legalized same sex marriage Nigeria promulgated legislation that was called the anti same sex marriage or the same sex marriage Brian Bishen no-one in Nigeria was even talking about same sex marriage, but this was a way that's Nigerians and other Africans could signal if you like their independence from the previous Mazda, and make an argument against what they saw to be kind of neo-colonialism, sort of forcing these ideas of Armagh sexuality, and Transgenderism unto them, so they kind of weaponized the. The issue almost as a form of backlash, a partly for those big Agip, medical reasons, but also because in many countries. Like Nigeria like you're gone to like Russia like poll. There was a population of people who had kind of downloaded these ideas of equality from the nets. Thanks to the digital revolution, thanks to the forces of globalization and demanding rights for the first time, so for the very first time in countries like Nigeria there were Nigerians saying we will not be discriminated against we deserve dignity redesigned freedom so site match of what you're describing is a backlash against people claiming that. Amara what I like about the book while there many examples Inza very international book I. Mean You Yourself? Perhaps if you can tell the examples from south, Africa itself, but you know you It's really a world trip when it comes to eligible rights at. Is that what you wanted to join the book and also because? I mean I wanted to be a gay travelogue. There's more than enough of those I'm not like you're happy. Gay travelers serve. Two different ports and meeting different sailors, different ports, rising about both houses and ABS. It's not that kind of global fat, but it I really did want to try and understand the world and understand how if you have this new global identity code, algae cured plus rights. What impacted has in different parts of the world when it's downloaded, and when it comes into play with what's already on the ground in these parts of the world, so I have nine different stories from nine different parts of the world, and the first one is in my home country South African. It's about a transgender refugee who fled to she being pardoned from a horrific jail, sentencing our country. Manabi and kind of moved from south, Africa north I moved to East Africa where we're at another edgy story and then up to Egypt Raton I think. Think an extraordinary story about lesbian pepper who who starts an lgbt Sidewalk Cafe Sheesha cafe in downtown Kyra after the twenty thirteen revolution in what happens to.
"manabi" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"News talk eleven thirty w I s on Mark Belling late afternoon show. Let me cover this story in my own way. And I said it relates to deer hunting, which is why how I opened the segment isn't going to make any sense to use you need to hear the entire segment. And I think you'll hear a tremendous sensibly we start with a story from the Waukesha county court system, which as you know. I'm very skeptical about at the moment. It's a plea bargain involving a case who fired at least three gunshots into a house of Menominee falls. Guy from Milwaukee. He's got a problem. With his girlfriend who lives in monopoly falls lives of their family, Ottoman nominee, falls any fired a number of shots in warehouse. Fortunately, nobody was killed. It's not like some of these shootings we have in Milwaukee where people are feuding into a house and innocent children are killed. But clearly that kind of thing could have happened here. In Waukesha county. They've cut a very nice plea bargain for the guy involved. And the first charge. They drop is always the gun charge. And I brought attention to the so many times the people keep demanding that we pass one gun law after another after another after another whatever a criminal commits a crime with a gun. And they got six seven eight nine felonies, Adam and one of them, of course, is the wrong thing with the and illegally possessing the gun. Those are always the ones that are dropped in the plea bargain, and you never hear the liberals who keep saying we ought to pass all these gun laws. Get upset when district attorney's keep dropping gun prosecutions when they do the plea bargain. The guy's name is David Jordan. He's twenty three according to the story in the Waukesha frame, and he fired several shots in Menominee Paul's home and one more into the window of his girlfriend's car in August. He's as part of the plea bargain going to plead guilty to two counts of first degree recklessly endangering safety as part of the plea bargain. They will drop another counter, I agree recklessly endangering safety. They drop carrying a concealed weapon. They dropped his conduct its domestic abuse. They drop possession of a firearm. Will intoxicated they drop criminal damage to property and they dropped domestic abuse. So all that stuff gets dropped. Now, admittedly, he is still pleading guilty felonies, and he can get a stiff sentence. I'll be keeping an eye on this case when it comes up for sentencing next month, actually think it's January. Yeah. January twentieth. And a couple of months to see what David Jordan actually gets because what's happened so often in Milwaukee neighboring county is everybody act all Paul like the mayor gets up and fake describe KC peers who we had the little baby that was killed inside the house. He'd disgusted people shooting guns at the houses, and so on, but as long as somebody doesn't get killed the sentences tend to be very very soft because that's the trend right now with violent criminals in the state of Wisconsin. Even those with significant records. You never hear the people who Pat call for passing all these gun laws ever demanding that when we get a guy like Davey and Jordan who committed a gun crime. You never hear them. Stand up and say, hey. Let's handout decent sentence. Given that it's Waukesha county about fifty fifty as to whether or not you'll get a decent sentence. Twenty eighty that. The district attorney's office will recommend a decent sentence. Given the backsliding that's been going on really ever since SU opera took over that job seven years ago. The bad plea bargain as far as I can tell it could be salvaged by judge who still hands down a significant sentence. The judge does have the ability to consider the drop charges. When sentencing in this case judicial discretion is probably a good thing. Hopefully, the DA's office will do something beyond sending an intern for the sentencing recommendation, and we'll get one of the DA's off their Sewri butts and into the courtroom to try to actually try to get a dangerous criminal fired gunshots into a house into a residential neighborhood and Manabi falls locked up. What is this afternoon with deer hunting is that what you were thinking? I mentioned that the final figures are under the Wisconsin Gundy Roddick season, it I gave you the numbers two hundred eleven thousand year killed five hundred forty seven thousand deer hunting licenses that number subject to revision issued. Here's the most amazing number of all. Number of injuries. Three. That one person was killed three nonfatal hunting injuries the entire deer hunting season. Five hundred forty seven thousand people every one of them with a gun. Five hundred forty s you think just five hundred forty seven thousand anything the deer hunters are so crazy to get a deer that those. They're shooting cows shoot anything that moves all they get all drunk before. They're blast set of their bide. They get those deer stands at their high-powered rifles. They don't know what's down range. They're gonna shoot. And they're gonna you know every nobody's safe. That's the. The average is about is false. You can imagine. Five hundred forty seven thousand is very close to the population of the city of Milwaukee. If we could go nine days with only three injuries and no fatalities. This proves to me a deer hunters are very safety conscious all the rules about where the blaze orange. No, the various rules of handing the firearm treat every gun is if it's loaded. No, everything that's beyond your target. No, the range of your gun all the other things that they preach don't drink while how big. Don't hunt. Wendy, it is you don't have enough light. All the other stuff load accepting. You don't make sure that there are other hunters nearby. Where your dear is all the stuff they go through. This is all been accepted, and processed it's astonishing you can have this level of safety with this many people packed into the just the sheer numbers mistakes accidents would be higher. So what does this prove it? What does it have to do with the monopoly falls thing if ever there was a story the proofs that the problem is not the proliferation of God's five hundred forty seven thousand they all had a gun and not one of them killed either. One not even by mistake thinking there were shooting at it here. Five hundred forty seven thousand people that not one of them said, hey, that guy might have messed around with my wife a year and a half ago. Not one of them said, hey, I was gonna bite Brunson. This guy I'm going to shoot them. Not what. Don't tell me that the problem is we have too many guns society, and that's like people that killing people in Milwaukee at another places. It has nothing to do with the number of guns in society. If it was you'd have gear kill killing one another right and left. They all let guns and not one of them. Not one of them deliberately tried to shoot someone else. In fact, only three nine fatal injuries the whole season. All by the way, accidental. So for the people who try to argue that the problem is the proliferation of guns as opposed to the problem is people like Debbie on Jordan who goes in and start shooting up a house Manami falls, you can't possibly miss the point. And anyone who wants to argue that the problem is that too many people have access to guns. Then explain to me how all of these deer hunters can be running around with all of these guns N P. So unbelievably safe, it is a human behavior problem is not a gun problem. If it was a gun problem. The murder rate would have exploded over the last week and a half marathon county and Sawyer county and Burnett county, and all the other counties that Cy huge influxes a population of big it's all carrying guns. From them. Nothing. The problem has never been one. With regard to God's America has been a washing guns as long as it's been in America. The problem that we have deals with criminal behavior. And often criminal behavior involving individuals who are unpunished when they commit one crime after another after another after another before they graduate up to their gun -cribe. The gun has become the easy scapegoat. For the liberal who does not want to address the real root of the problem. And this is a good backdrop to those Republicans in Washington to water water down some of our federal criminal statutes. Deterrence and punishment. Not the passage of more gun laws because the guns are not the problem as Wisconsin deer hunters gloriously proved sway spectacular see city, which they managed even though there were fewer of them to kill board gear, and injure virtually none of themselves and not a hint of a case of somebody using what are these guns deliberately try to? Harm someone else. Go much easier for these gang bangers if the guys that are trying to kill. We're running around a blaze orange, though. Seriously. Didn't this prove my point? Is this that in a good point that this has nothing to do with guns? I'm very proud of this point. I'm very proud of this point. You know, there's another. It's also, well, these are shotguns, nobody's gonna kill somebody with a shotgun. Always kill Saudi. Why not if your goal is to kill the person actually those work pretty well for that purpose? I could use handguns at all of this that my point here is is that the firepower and the access to the and who has their hands on the guns is relevant in order to be able to deer hunted, Wisconsin. There are some caveats with regard to access to firearms if you have a felony record and so odd proving get it's the high quality of character of the average deer hunter they created the safety situation in not whether or not they had God's it will always be a function of who it is that has the guts not whether or not there are guns five sixteen. News talk eleven thirty WLS..
"manabi" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"I mean, I get, I get the idea that you know, you wanna take the edge off and so you got your glass of Manabi wine or you've got, you know your corona beer and maybe you're throwing in a blunt there too. I mean, there's definitely some I hate to use the word synergy between cannabis and alcohol, and I think you know people who have won probably love the other, but this deal doesn't make sense to me. So you have this candy growth business, which by the way trades for about one hundred times revenue right now, roughly they're taking a four billion dollar stake in it. This is all, because as we know, this is a Canadian company Canada's going to be fully legalizing. Marijuana use beginning October, you had doc Tober. And so there's intensification that will sales for this company are going to surge. We're going from just this medical marijuana industry now to full-fledged marijuana for everyone. And so the sales are gonna surge. I think that's a terrible way to look at because I think can't be growth is probably one of dozens of companies if not hundreds of companies that are going to be flooding into this market, and really the supply that's out there is going to shoot higher. And I think what's going to happen is you're gonna see, as we've seen in in US states that have legalized in in this country in Colorado Washington state, you've seen a marginal increase in cannabis usage, but the supply has gone through the roof. And what happened is, what's what happens generally when that happens, prices come down. So I think this is a pretty poor investment, and I think the markets, recognizing it see, rub sands from constellation brands said as people wanna consume cannabis in a more. Biscuit manner. Beverages will become more common delivery delivery mechanism. We're not restricting ourselves to beverages just because we're a beverage company. You know, even if directionally, he's right. The number just still seems out of why it's it's the four billion number and to jump from basically a ten percent stake to thirty eight percent stake when we talked about this recently with with Zillow and how part of the sell off last week with Zillow had to do with their acquisition of. The mortgage lenders of America. That's right and Zillow, not having the greatest track record in terms of acquisitions, I would argue the same thing with constellation brands. They paid a billion dollars for balanced plant huge premium, which, yeah. And then by the way met and that happened, I think two years ago, roughly what we call them where we're syncing now could've been the peak of craft beer. So I mean, that was that was a big price to pay and you look at their portfolio of brands? Sure. They've got some recognizable brands, but it's not like a murderer's row of of beer wine and spirits. So I, I don't know. Yeah, and and that's the thing too is is, okay. You've got this year and canopy growth, but there are, there are no established brands and the cannabis industry. So what are you really adding here? I think what they're doing is they're picking what they think is going to be the leader in this, you know, this young market and maybe they're being a little forward thinking, but it's going to be so hard. You're investing in a commodity product. There's no doubt about it. I don't think consumers are gonna distinguish between academy growth branded, you know, version of. Pot versus another companies, and they're spending a huge amount of money to do it, the returns. I don't think the return is going to be very good with this. We haven't really talked about international investing on the show in a while, and I wanted to touch on this. We were..
"manabi" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Find new roads at chaplains dot com and restrictions apply see dealer for details show the eventually on property and Manabi falls the which has been the site of a. Number of. Different dealerships that's been sold and I'm told that the international auto's group has bought it there's a sale listed of. The property itself in Waukesha county property records I haven't had an opportunity to speak daddy went. From international at their plans are but they have updated their website and international they. Operate some higher end dealerships they've got one in Brookefield and they've got one At highway one. Hundred west they have of Sadi's BMW and several others at the two locations and they have updated their website indicate international VW now at the Menominee. False site I believe they've taken over most of the complex. On the one side of the road there but I don't have more. Details on that and I also don't. Know whether or not they intend to move, others of their brands out to that site. At the peak backward Ernie much. Later on was alive that dealership was absolutely huge Of it was like driving past an auto watch there were so many cars there were. Out there the brand has not been as big as it was already himself died I don't know a little more than a year or. So ago anyway that big property of minority falls sold and apparently, international lotto is at least buying the VW portion. Of it I hope to have, more details on this tomorrow and maybe somebody else will be reported got it as well for, those of you who have not voted you, still have an hour and a half to be able to get out and vote Paul has already predicted that he thinks Leah book Moore is going to win the. Wisconsin United States Senate race I'm not going to offer a prediction but I'll certainly give you a lot of analysis on, tomorrow's program Anyway one other thing we are going to have governor Walker around the show tomorrow we're. Gonna finally have that opportunity to see who it is that he's going to be running. Against the. End this will be game on this. Is going, to be an extremely hard fought governor's race in Wisconsin the liberal organizations have made, it, clear in fact it's just. A big story today on Fox, News about, how the Democrats are gonna target Wisconsin and the. Governor's race they've been keeping their powder dry of course waiting, to see how the primary sorts, itself out we've got a major battle for. The future of this state and it's. Essentially commencing the moment those results of, the democratic primary in tonight so we'll talk to you tomorrow by When, weather and traffic are critical will keep you safe. And get you where you need.
"manabi" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"Vaas kidnappings so i thought they had a truce but then they kidnapped bryson yet none of why they're working together fuels organic or natural or most importantly fun the bad guy she should be sparring with them they should be cutting each other down and they have won seem wither sitting in shares and he says well you know your father was illuminated and i'm not even sure after that whether it's true or not it so muddled and the villain is so ineffectual spent most of the time getting massages and swilling martinis we want an equal for jolie she needs to spar and this guy's doing nothing no he's terrible west could be it but they wanna play west like a romantic interest the end of the movie is going to be all about saving this guy who's been going kind of against her the whole movie just because powell pays well not only that then they got the head of the illuminated that's credited as the distinguished gentleman mercifully not related to that chair we'll eddie murphy movie lift his all i'll ever think already they treat this thing was like i think of him he starts battling on about how he's going to unite the prison the past blah blah blah and finally someone picks up a machine gun is just like yeah enough of this illu manabi plot it's not working bang bang bang and they get their man three thousand b c they really knew the solar system i thought that was galileo the did all mapping and stuff but apparently of three thousand bc they knew exactly that the song did not go around the earth the earth went around the sun on that quite a bit of bronze age technology to i mean gears going on india it's again i told myself i wouldn't go here by the it's absolutely ridiculous to think that there was this society ever at any point maybe the comment made them smart it does not matter i'm just telling myself it does not matter how these ridiculous contractions came to be is the fight on the big planetary model going to be fun again my only criterias and my having a blast when things are swirling.
"manabi" Discussed on WGTK
"Him here today acts like he's had plenty of experience yeah i mean he's he's a good drivers no doubt about that or else rick hendrick wouldn't put him in that car he's run good out of phoenix arizona some of the bigger track charlotte north carolina stuff like that and right now he's looking good again although i'm going to go back you we are all concerned about how he was going to run because he just didn't get much practice it all in all the speed wakes but i'll tell you what he had some good teammates and learn off of and he's had a couple of pitstops now they've a justin on their car and it's performer great at the moment well he shining now in the sport's biggest event the daytona five hundred the field now racing back off turn number four seventy five laps complete 125 remained at the front of the field blaney leading over alex bowman brad keselowski and kevin harvick lead avenue many grain daughterinlaw manabi him this allows day all meeting boom and and woods all up calling hall admirers of the king body had the place for you celebrate the life and career of nascar's malta my win leader richard petty came back in they knew from the legend behind the king's famous brown took thrills and spills at the.
"manabi" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Katherine graham when that same newspaper along with the new york times and everyone else else's bent over backwards trying to avoid reporting any information that might be interesting to the public with regard to the fis awards and so on plus two we need to see another story about what heroes the media is to know how many if these movies have they've now all the president's men was a great will be and i'll admit i think that the the movie about the globe in the uh the catholic church issues is pretty good also up but i mean this is now just getting to the point of being obnoxious really pulses in there's an oversaturation of tom exile aid i've never been the biggest fan of him although i thought he was spectacular i insult let me turn my attention onto another story i honestly don't know why jim sensenbrenner keeps doing it but he does he's the king of the town beatings and i guess the reason he keeps doing is because he likes the fact that he's the king of a town meetings every time congress is on a recess jim sensenbrenner who's more in touch with his district in just about any member of the entire house of representatives comes back home but he holds telling meetings at his district is the area that's pretty much like to the west and northwest of the city of milwaukee at other words he's got a chunk of northern milwaukee county then moving at a northern waukesha county and uh heading over toward yeah i think he's got a chunk of washington in there in any it it's theory to the north and west of the city of milwaukee here enough southeast in wisconsin it's an extremely republic at area so wawatosa zapata that distict sales time meetings there manabi falls as part of his district out for city of waukesha et cetera ever since trump has been elected these town meetings that republican members of congress have been trying to hold have become nothing but freeforalls at which a bunch of lefties go there to act out and be belligerent children for that reason most republican members of congress have stopped holding them it's not a town meeting with just up they're having a bunch of.
"manabi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I heard that haircut out i had that harcourt haircut like every week uh but i had that air cut in '94 records got than on her name than i didn't get married lady cut my hair for almost three years so by by ninety seven i had hair hanging out on my helmet and everything else and then i got just do on you've got to be a pain in the ass i finally cut it but the klay matthews look what's real you couldn't handle it you only got a headlong hair back in the day was kevin greene you know in seoul it was just too much air at just get caught your helmet and that's maps you take your al manabi was just i just got to be a paying the button it was hotter now too so was there every game at immune to you up a was the river game were you know one of the opposing players grabbed your hair no we didn't have you know that ever happened to me the pad their different now the pads of these guys where the shoulder pads or a lot smaller i mean back when we play they were bigger we had neck rolls rid you know seed the hair would just it would all get bunched up behind your head and everything out there wouldn't necessarily just hang like it does now days so but no i never found you know i didn't i don't think i ever carried the football at all so i don't think anybody ever had chance against beyond by that might have back in my head by the hair although back then it wouldn't have been a penalty so when i talked to our guys like god doug plank george atkinson junior lotta the old school guys defensive players guys that made others fear going across the middle these guys are like man i don't know if i could play this net you know this game that they be call football now with the defense he goes basically we got like there's a little box that we can hit some body.
"manabi" Discussed on KELO
"The elite well in a world words presumably everything is to authoritarian too tight too close to controlled the prospect of an allpowerful lou manabi is inviting and in 2018 i would say i mean we can conclude that the youth of today they know about the alumina they know the truth about the aluminum but they see the folly of falling or following at a little bit that's all hat they see it as a joke and they see it as a distraction to darker orders that that basically are left are are left hand path satan type of groups theistic satan this powerful groups satanic temple groups want bath amend the public square and so this is something that you know i believe we need to learn about in 2018 because this is what is happening it's evolving into that now he equal time for the alchemists equal time for the magicians equal time for the which is equal time for the fierce exciting this but seeing the aluminum has nothing to do with satanism plenty of freemasons and others are here to talk about it and openly talked about it and tonight joseph wages on the show to talk about it and it's amazing because there are so many things right now but has triggered the show the the taco bell commercial that lee umbrella up at dinner last night at a few other things the yet the movie bright that's on netflix right now talking about the aluminum being taken over by group puppy in fairly so with us is joseph wages tonight a 30second agree mason he has a great pedigree great list of things that he's been involved with he wrote his 2018 going.
"manabi" Discussed on talkRADIO
"The way to prevent people enter the life of kromah's to give a show shop shock those days ago manabi ought to show compassion to criminal should we be kinda to criminals in the uk you approach plays out three four four four nine nine one thousand all more imo to come on the program including later on david deal joins us live headlines right now they're welcome back rachel thanks bill coming out more than a dozen dead in hurricane and be a m a offenders diets needs to be tackled and dana goal his thirteen help save a record eight nine radio the british virgin islands has become the latest area to declare a state of emergency in the wake of hurricane anna governor gus jasper says sheet a radio appeal begging for help he says he can to them with a heavy heart tougher experiencing and observing the extent of devastation caused by the hurricane trai one two ana has claimed at least fourteen lies it's he people now reported killed in puerto rico the storm hits british territory the texan tycoon said islands in the early hours of this morning and it'll take spectator have had posited the bahamas in key the in the following hours in other news a major of these concluded by kasen and other ethnic minorities are still facing discrimination parts of the criminal justice system the reports found there is a far higher chance of being given a prison sentence besetting crimes inning than of wealth if you're not white late and he david nami let the review this is a problem across the developed world's many will know the problem that exists in the united states but actually when you look at the figures the disproportionality for black men is worse.
"manabi" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness
"You know did this is going to get spread around and then people are gonna talk about this and um be is so i you know i i know you're okay with that now so that's cool i i think this may start the discussion of some of those things that you're you're talking about and it is in space if it in its infancy in terms of what we understand about it and let like you said and so a lot of the ideas are subject of um a it's an interesting interesting subject eh eh brought in audio played a three my hopes and i don't want to like i don't know how long your parker through way of looking at the time on my hurt ally dan i don't know this moment as long as manabi yeah so one of the things that i find very interesting jewish so um when it dr a hobby or kardinia in who was the guy who talk to me embarrassing logical in phoenix one of the things that he had talked me about is going and talking to kids about concussions and i think one of the things that um is important to one of the reasons will also why i want to talk about this is because uh i think kid like high school football players especially are sometimes afraid to speak up if they have a concussion not because it because they're afraid that something like what happened to me will happen to them in the sense of like hey i love playing football and if i tell them i have a concussion they're going to tell me i can't play football bright can um that also part of the the discussion one of the reasons why it's been very hard for wb to clear me and this is my own fault is because i was not honest with them about my concussions right and that's a big part of it like your doctor's has to be able to trust you as an individual right to win they do when they ask you.
"manabi" Discussed on Politically Re-Active
"I learned mike doesn't believe in any goddamn religions he believes and communities that bond together and also he believes the big three recruit i've never heard it slum uh christianity and judaism be be called the big three i love it i learned that luther campbell larry flint our inspirational because they called bullshit bullshit let let the take them as a better as a person like me larry foot did go to the supreme court you know the kabushemeye bullshit manabi i think amid of for the session the idea of the problematic favorite you can actually appreciated aspect of someone be inspired by that and support that while disagreeing with other aspects of of what they do how they behave here where i would probably say is i learned that luther campbell and larry click can be inspirational because they carpool ship bullshit we'd also we were campbell's unlock itself in the areas i'd i said you're too at curbs in life he mary's complicated i learned that everyday yet gift not not on and on the internet up i learned a couple of things i learned the killer mike thinks about all the apocalypse unlocks yes and i learned that he believes an allies when your general philosophy benefits one another and you don't have to nitpick people or think that one big disagreement me throw the whole relationship i mean i i think i've learned that a long time ago but i feel like we need to keep relearning yeah i mean i can i guess this kind of speaks delay there there's disagreement with the person illustrate the work it out versus there's a disagreement with destroy that person not either we claim they were we made this person at demigod even though they did not try to be a debbie got now we must destroy them okay they apologized it's too late destroy them now.
"manabi" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"One a judgment in small claims court the companies account was overdrawn allen sky wbap news former dallas cowboys lucky whitehead is no longer charged with stealing from a convenience store in virginia prince william county police say it was a case of mistaken identity the cowboys released white edges yesterday could take away for the lucky lighted situation it is important for employers and the public in general not to jump to conclude is because the first from asian out from the public authorities or the news media or anybody may be incorrect attorney ragged dunn says whitehead might be able to claim breach of contract no word of the former cowboy will take legal action and amana drag another man for a mile after stealing his car is now wanted for murder dallas police say the suspect stole the pontiac on wildwood drive near irving dallas police officer demarcus black says the car's owner jumped on the car through the window and was dragged until the car crashed the first big the crash the vehicle unrenumerated inoperable and a man in related to see the owner of the car died at the hospital the suspect hasn't been found clayton neville wbap new sexists mrs closingovers on wall street the dow up one hundred points nasdaq up one the sp 500 was up seven again the low tonight seventy nine and his ninety five at eight oh four the chris crock program is next manabi ub ap newsroom i'm eric bushmen the news owns content our cross twenty am malia nine five out jon rahm on poms we got a chauffeur.
"manabi" Discussed on WCTC
"All those years of st anthony's are jersey city absolute juggernauts you can compare them against anybody there the the montreal canadiens the boston celtics of of whatever of their sport no one will ever come close to them one hundred percent deserving to to a guy that is i am telling you he will murder you with kindness that's what he does that's what bob hurley does and congratulations to him man that that that is really special jersey central traffic and weather time six twenty five traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the fives on jersey central tom colangelo there's a weird phenomenon that happens at my house every morning doug so i'm leaving the kitchen i put on the outside light so i could walk to the garage and as soon as that outside light goes on it has all of a sudden swarmed by wasps loss and i don't know why now i read online and apparently everything that's on the internet is is true so that's why i read this online that there could perhaps be a wasp's nests in my addict which scares the youknowwhat ademi who i've heard of baths in the attic but the wasps i'm fine would backs but you know what the wasps i don't like and also the i'm ready to get the spray out i'm like what am i gonna do saturate mind tire porch with that off well chemical or so i just go will later in and more you about later but it's very unnerving to see you know four o'clock in the morning wasps are flying around a by your outside door but we have an issue where where i live in our condos of us skunk who likes to frequent the dumpster near my car isn't that great but he and i happen understanding like outlook at hand manabi like k i'm gone right to my car and he'll look at me and the dumpsters more interesting than you sell flags that'll make any sudden moves knocked on what he's an icon tacked with the skunk you're very grave what's going on outside.
"manabi" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"The russian efforts and whether any americans work with them but even reached the conclusion that there was no reason to bring charges against secretary clinton so you reached the conclusion lucien in the case of mr call me you present president colmey doses me case of president trump you have an ongoing investigation she got one candidate who you're done with and another candidate that you have a long way to go correct i don't know how far the the fbi has to go but yes that the clinton email investigation is completed the investigation of russia's efforts in connection with the election and whether there was any coordination and if so with whom russia the campaign was ongoing when i left aegis made it clear in what you said this is a quote big deal unquote i i think it's hard to reconcile you'd one case should reach complete conclusion and the other side you have you have not and you dare you cleary hillary clinton manabi donald trump does that which is that would let it came as they are as as we know is you called it a quote big deal she's one of the candidates would in her case you say there will be no charges in the case of president trump they're the reser investigation continues what has been brought out in this hearing news of his warned more emphasis on the russian engagement in involvement in this campaign how serious do you think this was very serious what does that have to do with hillary clinton owners say some be clear there was we have not announced and there was no predication to announce an investigation of whether the russians may have coordinated with secretary clinton's campaign cigarette clinton's calvin did they may not have been involved with their campaign they were involved with the entire presidential campaign obviously of course the cirque and that that is an investigation that began last summer in so far as i'm aware continues so both president trump and former candidate clinton are both involved in the investigation yet one of them you said there's gonna be no charges in the other one the the investigation continues well i said i think there's a doublestandard their tell you the truth then when the president said.
"manabi" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Why we see in ebina floated this in the late sixties early so 70s we saw an influx of certain drugs in mid80s we saw cocaine become very popular in and leader crack cocaine what is it that is going on in society right now that his lending itself specifically toward opioid abuse but all drugs yet let's understand anthem basics here that the police south of the country local state federal are unable have never been able to put a dent into the sue nami through nami of drugs may across the united states border mexico or anywhere else and sadly for the last fifty years my profession has told the public if you just give us a you'll billions and billions of dollars will stop these drugs will arrest the last drug dealer of course the only good news is the public now is aware that that is a poll statement the this is not true and that the police are completely helpless have no impact now when we say no is is that i mean i have friends launched workforce manabi slow you're in law enforcement and you have friends there it when we say no impact is it not an effective impact or literally no impact literally no impact the a full the but even if da in their literature has said that drugs are readily available to america's youth today we know that heroine is available for example in every small town in america this issue effort trillion t tump trillion dollars we've gone backwards were now you can get any hardro and the good news is america's now right federal level at government level the police to go to the legislature or go to congress that give us more billion so we can rest more drug dealers even though this is a completely meaningless at because we know but don't tell anybody that every dry a dealer arrested shot her killed your place immediately so do we know why the demand though i mean i'm an economics guy and i just look at supply and demand and a you covering the supply side very well but why rate now is the regret or demand seemingly than there has been in a generation world a to thing one the the uh the industry's who produce oxycodone oxycontin at cetera perdue and the others misled the government.
"manabi" Discussed on Bigmouth
"This this such a great sense of pleasure it's not the kind of you don't wanna hear that the let it be sessions will ever where the kind of the teacher air here it's like would you creating these wonderful things and some of the the sort of the the barebones versions before they've added all the kind of george martin lee whoo the just really goods they are really just light their racing george by the way italy where i love the way lear you know united here's of day in life without strings humming yalta haley's sky diamond sound like over the sort of like you know sort of kooky garish banned yet it also remind you how so strong the songs are i songs and just how joyous the processing to obey automate this as as a definite beatles outside of this is the last on the bills reform form the that it's sort of down rhythm set and you know from the perspective of perspective of now wet dad rock and the kind of elazer's mindset and the her to drop mancha says the beatles are really about that opinion the lights out manabi rugs after serious proper beatles this is the bagels this is this is the on the scale the beatles beatles you not supposed allied because it's fun and it's happy and it's kind of you know it's the the cut contrast is turned in the colours tandel byard it to me artifact list either the great joke was hiding in plain sight when you go from the title track it is the one and only billy she is much ringo were sent great debate honest the thoughts let's a brilliant little gagging an utter a just a of a real of exemplar of the sort of that year the sense of full that was still there that is italy.