17 Burst results for "Marija"

"marija" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"marija" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Elvis Durant phone town. All right Brody. What's your phone tap about today? Elvis our listener, Jeremy wanted a phone tap is wife Christine. She has a five year old daughter who rides a school bus to school every day and the school bus driver yells at the kids, and so she called the bus company to complain left. A message they never called her back. So I am going to be the person calling her back from the bus company. All right. I'm sure I'll be play as I always ask before Dave Brody phone tap. What could go wrong? Let's see what happens in today's day. Brody phone tap. Yeah. Looking for Christine beamer. This is Phil garner. Jesmond tell you. I was calling. Yeah. He did was this regarding my call about a month ago. Yeah. It was about a month ago where we're very backed up here in I try to get to the calls when I can get to them. Because the kids have gotten on the bus and the the windows were down and she had gotten to the end of the block, and I was standing outside of my driveway. And I still heard her screaming at the kids from down at the end of the street. She was at the stop sign, I was literally in my driveway. And I heard her yelling at the kids did it ever occur to you the baby's Yellen because the kids are given a reason the yell. I'm here five and six year old kids. And when my daughter scared to ride the bus because all the bus driver does his yell. I think there's a better way that you can handle it. What would you like you play music getting a circle and clap hands? How would you know properly better that you didn't call me back because you're just as bad as everybody else? No, no. That's not fair. I'm just trying to understand what you expect to tell you. But you're getting Catholic. There's no reason for that. At all I understand. Now why you know, your your kids get yelled at listen lady. I I think think. the boys on the back of the bus who she comes and tells me getting trouble. But it's not my Ted. You don't know me or my kids? Now, you call you calling me up defending kids on the bus. You like. A month later, I'm calling you can you if you think that it's appropriate that your bus drivers screens. And then I hear her from the end of the block. I'm not from what I can the only parent that's complained about her. Well, it sounds to me like your kids used to yelling, by the way. You're yelling at me. Yeah. Okay. That's what it is. You know, what you earn any health to me? You quote me up. You're being very sarcastic. You can't help me with the problem told me that your daughter has a potty mouth my daughter. I I don't think she realizes to my daughter. My daughter does not have a potty mouth. She doesn't put a seatbelt on when she's supposed to she. She stands up when the buses moving according to Marie so your door to get yelled at for her own damn good. That's what I'm saying. That's her name her when teach my daughter Marija dispatcher, and if you don't get this finished with me, you'll daughter won't be on the bus anymore. So why don't we? On the best. I will be happy to take. If this is the problem, and I'm going to be dealing with. I don't see what the problem is just need to have a little better attitude. We work this out anything. Let's get your daughter to put a seatbelt on and stop with the potty mouth. And thank you very much for calling investing on don't don't hang up on me. Because I'll report you to the board. How about that am afraid of listened late o'clock as a concerned parent the third day of school concern nagging same thing idea, what your type of parents all the time. You know, what have have a good day has the first time. You little angels, not at home. And so you get all whiny about it. I understand it said separation anxiety. So she hung up. His we need to do. Okay. You call her. Okay..

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"marija" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"marija" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ten o'clock hour. Everybody is this weekend. Live and I'm your host Marija Franco. Okay. We're going to change topics this hour, and we are going to talk about the caravan one here from you six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. And as it happens, yours, truly Morita Franko. I had my op Ed published in the Lowell sun to day October twenty eighth and you can look it up. It is called legalist lie. America dies. That's going to be our discussion for the hour. And we're just gonna talk about the facts. So here we go six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine hundred nine ten thirty wanna to hear from you Wayne in on this. Okay. Invasion, two point. Oh, that's just for two thousand eighteen a true count is at least invasion, a thirty two point. Oh since president. Ronald Reagan's nineteen eighty six amnesty the relentless nightmare that keeps on forcing invaders upon us. For the illegal ists. Polls pundits in the press who side with illegal aliens over America. That's my own word. I made it up. And that is exactly what it means. Because a pair with political correctness as soon as you use a word referring to immigration, you're going to get all sorts of label slapped on you. So my only choice is to make new words, which is that's fine. I I'm creative in a many ways. So except for with the facts. So I'm using the word illegal est. I've also used the word apologist and that can that can suffice as well. So for dictionary purposes, the Franco definition of illegal is our polls pundits. And the press who side with illegal aliens over America. That's the definition..

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"marija" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"marija" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"I Keller 's. So let's talk about uncanny x men. Number two ninety eight which is called don't masturbate with no is called for the children who said also not masturbate with cactuses, no one. She don't masturbate with cactuses. Look, I feel like we covered this thoroughly. We covered a cautionary tale about its facts. Gonna move on. Now on Kenny x. mentioned ninety. Eight is written by Scott love, delegates penciled by Brandon Peterson ink to l. milk and colored by Marija Jevons. And we open with professor x in his ready room, which is. A God damn ridiculous. Tron style setup where he wears a black bodysuit covered with like neon lines and dots and watches. Just tons and tons of porn. I mean, I, it's actually the news, but that's just when we come into the room maybe before he was watching porn, who knows, look, professor x is a weirdo. We don't know what he's into, but yet no, he is. He's watching the news and specifically watching a lot of news at the same time because his super mutant brain can apparently process a whole lot of information at once. Is that new? I mean, it's cool and I believe it, but has it ever been stated that he could do that before? Well, not precisely. It's been discussed that he has this phenomenal mutant brain that his brain is remarkable that it is, you know, unprecedented and stuff like that. What that actually means beyond telepathy is is sort of filed in the same category as what magnetism can do today. Uh, so basically whatever serves the story right now, it's getting a little bit more limited here. And this is actually like a brain thing which which is better than it could be. But yeah, so yeah, that that. Varies periodically. He is definitely a super genius weather. And to what extent that translates to parallel processing ability is inconsistent. Well, regardless of your has been here in his porn, Dan for a few days straight. He's really troubled by the increasing bigotry that's sweeping the nation. And that's the theme we're going to see in this era really hard core, not so much anti mutant legislation being a big deal, although that's the thing as well. But anti mutant sentiment among the masses among the population being a big deal. And I wanna take a moment here and say that this episode is dedicated to every fuck wit on the internet. Who insists that comics in the early ninety s where a political, I see you and you're wrong. Yeah. So this is prepare for some intensely both timely than end uncomfortably timely now. Political allegories. So executor is interrupted in his his concern in his reverie by Bishop who bursts. In wanting to resign from the x. men. He doesn't feel like he's assimilating effectively. Obviously he's into different tactics. You know, he shoots first and ask questions later, the x. men try not shoot people these days and exhibitor shut him down. He says, absolutely not because you know it before this was a team and even Walla team. It is a school you are here to learn. So doing badly and having a having a steep learning curve doesn't disqualify. You gotta stay. I'm not accepting your resignation. I don't want to say once again that early nineties Ziv your is a great version of executor. I love this guy. I also love specifically that his Bishop leaves executor has a little in the background like executive being a little bit grumpy while being hopeful and kind and gently, but firmly admonishing his students a dig it Ono. The thing that about is even better because when Bishop first comes in because of your assumes that gene or one of the other senior students sent Bishop into check on him because Xavier. It's been in the news or porn or.

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"marija" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

09:14 min | 3 years ago

"marija" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Everybody to this Sunday of weekend. Live with your host Marija to Franco. I am Franko. And we are coming to you live from our iheart studios. And we are you are listening to WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. So welcome to Sunday October fourteenth twenty eighteen tonight. I'm just going to dive right in on our first topic. I'm going to talk about a nation of weaklings. And my question for you. Everybody is are we raising a nation of weaklings. And specifically there's a lot of things we could cover on this this issue. But this article came across my. My computer, and it's been. Bothering me ever since. And it's about this this, I guess. I wouldn't call it a movement but teens that are protesting in class presentations, and it's an article from the Atlantic, and it is basically about students protesting the requirement of teachers. Quote, I'm using their language forcing them to make oral presentations, and they wanna be given an alternative the word unfair. As referenced a lot. And the concern is about anxiety apparently for students that don't want to do this. And I find it absolutely obnoxious concerning and ridiculous. And I just. Hi, it's hard for me to have empathy with people who are saying things lake. Let's see I'm going to tell you quote school isn't something a student should fear. Now, if I if that's going to be the barometer, then let's just stop the please save me, my tax dollars and everybody else who works are. You know, what's off to pay for these public schools for kids to sit there and say that they're afraid to go to school. And you know what? And I'm not minimizing bad things that happened at school been there done that lived through it in the eighties right in the seventies. When you know, really? Yeah. To kind of put up or shut up, and no one was really listening to you. Because I don't know there were a lot of bad things going on like the Vietnam war interest rates that were like eighteen percent, and your parents had to pay their mortgage and all these kinds of things. So it was it was tougher times. And must sane times aren't tough today. The others a lot of bad things that still happen. But if you're not gonna learn a young age had to stand up for yourself or how to do things. That caused you anxiety. Then you're just going to become. Oh, award of the state, and then you're gonna force the rest of us to take care of you because you're not going to be able to make your own way in the world because you're too weak to do a class presentation. I mean, really, and then how are we how are we going to fight terrorism fight the rise of China fight? All these things that are coming at us fast and furious if we can't raise kids who are tough enough. I don't really think it requires a high level of toughness to make an oral presentation in school. And I think somebody needs to be telling kids they gotta start, you know. They got star up in their game. I want to hear from you six one seven two five four ten thirty wanna hear if you think that we should be kowtowing to everybody's level of comfort ability in the classroom because next you know, it's going to be well math gives me anxiety. And I'm a girl. So I can't do math. So give me some alternative. And I can't do physics because I don't come from a family that science with a science background in physics makes me uncomfortable and can't do chemistry because a it's really anxiety producing. And there's too many chemicals to have to remember. I like, so so what does that leave us with that's not producing in high school? Not sure maybe you can let me know six one seven two five four ten thirty one to hear your thoughts on this. So the the problem is and the newsflash that I would have for these kids is that guess what everybody has anxiety about something. And the way you temper that and you work through it is you practice, and you do something on a repeated basis until it becomes second nature. That's how most people get through life. Newsflash. Life's not fair. Life's not comfortable. Life is often unpleasant life is often downright hard and very taxing. But you have two choices you can push through the pain you can push through the tough times. And hopefully, you have at least one person, whether it's a parent or a friend, or grandparent or somebody or a sibling that has your back. And I hope you do. I hope everyone does I want that for everybody. I want everybody to have at least three or four people like that in their lives. But, you know, having represented kids in foster care who've been abandoned abused and neglected a lot of people have no one, and I've seen them persevere. I've seen them do mazing things. So I know that you can do it to hear from you six one seven two five four ten thirty. If you think that teachers should allow kids should give kids a pass. Do you think everybody you think kids, you think teachers should give kids a pass on oral presentations, and let them do something else? I I am a hard. No on that. Because you can't you can't show that you understand a lot of material unless you have a conversation about it, and you have dialogue, and you test your premise, and then your teacher might shoot down your premise. And then you're going to have to give another. You're gonna have to present your ideas, you're going to have to communicate your ideas. This is the very basis of human communication one ear from you six one seven to five or ten thirty. So what what are the options instead of doing an oral presentation? So you do written presentation will you already have to do that in most English and history types type classes, but even in science classes that I had we had to do presentations and physics and chemistry and microbiology. So math all of them. And we had to get up and go to the board and solve the problem. Improve our improve our probed the problem. And so is that going to translate to you never if kids don't want to do oral presentations in English and history classes, then are they going to next say we don't want to go to the board to prove our formula in a math class. I just it's really amazing. I mean, I think that standards have been dumbed down enough as it is six one seven two five four ten thirty like to hear from you. It's it's when I came into Massachusetts, I was floored. And I don't know what Massachusetts was like in the eighties. But when I came here, and I found out that schools most of the schools that I was dealing with the the grade range was an a was ninety ninety that's easy because I came from a school where you'd have a ninety four in order get an A, and I got them. But it's a that four points makes a big difference. And so it's not bad enough. I mean, hey, let me know are there still schools out there Massachusetts that require a ninety four fern a. I be interested in in learning that but the ones that I was dealing with. It was ninety was in a so I think I think really the standards of come down enough. I want to hear from you six one seven two five four ten thirty one hear from you on this topic. Are we are we raising a nation of weaklings Amin, if the last fit the past few weeks, or any example, it's basically if we don't give everybody whatever they want when they want it how they want it. They're going to stampede the steps of the supreme core. They're going to stop traffic and create mayhem in the streets of Portland, Oregon. They're going to storm the halls of congress. And yes, it is the mob the Amway and when you're screaming at the top of your lungs in the back of the Senate. That's not protest. That's mayhem want to hear from you. Six one seven two five four ten thirty. Are we raising a nation of weaklings? Do you think that kids should have to give oral presentations in class? I want to hear from from you when we get back. I'm marina Di Franco. This.

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"marija" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

09:53 min | 3 years ago

"marija" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty. Welcome back everybody. I'm your host Marija Franko. And we are in studio live. We have a second guest this hour. You are listening to us here on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. And this is tonight is congressional district night. So we have a second candidate in with us for running for the Massachusetts second congressional district Republican candidate, Tracy LeBron. Hello. Hello. Tracey. Hi. Thank you for having me tonight. You're very welcome. Thanks for coming in studio on Sunday night. All right. So everybody Tracy's can introduce herself. I wanna give you the numbers. You know, what they are six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty and so- Tracy for everyone listening out there. You are running in the second congressional congressional district. Tell us a little bit about yourself and why you're running and my name's Tracey. I'm running the second congressional district. It's it's a very large district. It's from Worcester. All the way out to north Hampton greenfield, apple orange goes all the way down to Blackstone valley, very large district right now, we have be running against a twenty two year incumbent, congressman Jim McGovern background. I'm in healthcare. I'm a physical therapist. I've worked in physical therapy. Now just over twenty years. The majority of that time has been in healthcare, clinical and operational management primarily for skilled nursing facilities. Okay. In two thousand nine I was working for a company based out of Canada that operated about two hundred facilities throughout the United States. At that time identified that the company was actually committing Medicare fraud, and I brought it to their attention to try to to try to fix it. Right. They launched a retaliation campaign against me. And I was terminated from that position. Not surprising. Of course. Not surprising. But fortunately, right, it, it was horrible. But I reached out, you know, I I had a problem I work to try to fix it. And I kept going, and so what I did is I reached out to multiple different attorneys finally found some attorneys to help me, and I ended up working with the office of inspector general in DC as well as the department of health and human services as well. As the US assistant us attorney general's office in Philadelphia and after five years of an extensive investigation. We ended up winning that case they settled in that company again based out of Canada divested all their operations in the United States. They quit taking advantage of our Medicare program, and they quit abusing our elderly and frail patients needing the Medicare. Most importantly that case now is set press. Wore Malta cases have since settled. And because of the actions of myself and my family literally, hundreds of millions of dollars have been returned to the Medicare. Trust fund away. Rehab is build in skilled nursing facilities has changed dramatically to help lessen the potential for fraud and abuse. Excellent. I mean, this is what I'm talking about. When I tell people week after week that one person can make a difference in that you have to fight the battle. And you know when it lands in your lap. It's unfortunate, and you will pay the price. But look at where you ended up is amazing. And so my my respect in hats off to you. You know, it's it's been wonderful. And I'd like to tell that story to draw comparison to me and my my opponent my opponent likes to identify problems and he points fingers, and he cast blame. And and he he talks a lot. But when it actually gets to the point of getting to the doing becoming a. Verb and making change. That doesn't happen. In fact, in twenty two years. This is his twenty second year in office. He has a Jim McGovern has been responsible for eight bills that have made it through and been signed by the president of the United States. Six of those bills have been the naming of post offices and government buildings. Unbelievable yet. Healy not that unbelievable for someone like a longtime. Exactly, I it's it's and he will be the first to get up and and point out everything wrong with our country. He was the one he was the first congressman to stand up for abolishing ice. And he is extremely outspoken for everything that's wrong with that system. However, what has he done to try to fix it? Nothing. I can attest to that. Right. And when it comes to, you know, advocating for sanctuary city, sanctuary states. If we're they're asking our law enforcement officers to pick and choose what laws to enforce which to me, that's just corruption. It is absolutely as and as an it's dangerous because they're putting the law enforcement officers lives on the line. They're playing with people's lives. Exactly. And honestly, if you're not happy with the way, the laws are your legislator. Exactly do something about it. So I challenge Mr. McGovern to do something which now it's been twenty two years. He's very apt to point fingers cast blame state what the problems are. But then what have you done, right? What have you done about it? And again with my. My history. I found a problem. I didn't just walk away from it stood up to it. I fought it. I utilize my resources I worked with the federal government, and I made change. So if you're looking for a catalyst for change, your it. I'm mary. That's okay. Because that's what I'm running for. And that's what I wanna do. I I think everybody in the United States right now, we see the extremism happening. But then how do we change that? Exactly now that is amazing that so you you you were terminated. But I think there's a a good besides the good end. You also just said is yourself you have your own business. That's exactly what happened. Because when I when I put my neck out there, it really it changed my career. I'm no longer employable. I'm technically a squeezer troublemaker. I'm a troublemaker and again instead of playing a victim card, right? I I opened my own business. I'm a physical therapist by trade. Now, I have an outpatient clinic in Grafton mazing, and that's what I do. You know? And that's one thing that separates me. And my opponent is well Jim McGovern has never had a private sector job in his whole entire life. He his parents own a package store in western and he worked with them a little bit. But he has been in Washington DC his entire career. He started as an intern in college. Right. He I ran for office in nineteen Ninety-four. He lost that first election. But even back in nineteen ninety four he ran as a political insider right here, we are twenty four years later on the government dole. Right. You know? You know, when I'm working as a in my clinic as a as a private practice as a as a business owner, I have to navigate all those rules and regulations everything with Medicare everything with opening the business working with the building permit rate. You know, I have to sign the front of the paycheck. Jim McGovern again has never had a private sector job. There's four hundred thirty five members of the house. Jim McGovern is the sixtieth most wealthy member of the house of representatives. He's never had a job. And he's a public servant. Well, not really a servant of anybody. But his own Bank account like many of them, right? And again, I'm not I I can't accuse anything I don't know where the money comes from. But it's a big question because he's supposed to be representing us. Well, I mean, you doesn't even even if it's his straight salary that he's collecting like many of them. I like when you were saying everything you do for your job, which is a twenty four seven when you work for yourself and self employed, and they have, you know, congress actually works about one hundred eighty days that and they I defy that. They they operate with the net. They don't know what it's like to actually make a dollar on their own and go out there and bring in the business. They can spend other people's. Very well. Very, well, you know, one of the things in congressional district to it's a very especially for the state of Massachusetts. It's very conservative district when you look at the numbers, and when you talk to the people, and what I like to make mention and I want to reach out to my to JFK Democrats. There's a lot of Democrats and district to no doubt about it. There's a handful of Republicans in the majority or are now registered undeclared or independence. But JFK Democrats ask what they can do for their country. Right. You know, we long for the days, I talk to people, and we long for the days when you had Ronald Reagan and tip O'Neill. They could fight fight like only brothers can fight. But at the end of the day, they still had the best interest of the family at heart. They still got work done, and they still love this country. Right. That's what I'm working to represent differences are fine. But but right now, the logjam that's happening in congress from the. Extremism right now. Jim McGovern is the fifth. Most progressive liberal member of the house. He he doesn't represent the ideals of district two. Excellent. All right. So we're going to come back after this break, we're going to take some your call six hundred seven two five four ten thirty. You're listening to weekend live. I'm your host Marija Franco..

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"marija" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"marija" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm your host. Marija Franco and you're listening to weekend live here on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty we're gonna go right. To you we have. Maureen in New, Jersey Hello Maureen you're on the air I'm Marie so were you and well thanks Maureen Perhaps the, follow. Done Educated and ignorant if he has no idea that the klu Klux. Klan was, all Democrats, but anyway. He said that's. Correct it is correct as far as the racism I go right back to two thousand and nine when the Boston police were told that they were stupid when, they arrested Henry gates I go. Back to Trayvon Martin could have been my son the guy in Missouri Michael I think you mentioned his name before I can't think of it play stay around Michael. Brown Michael Brown it's started right from there And do you remember when Obama? Said that, he wanted. To have a civilian army Do you remember that no He did say that I don't remember exactly what year was if it was, two thousand ten. Or eleven but he? Wanted Said I'm gonna say three thousand maybe thirty thousand Billion army And.

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"marija" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"marija" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Can begin grew straw was in the spring then spring came did come along hey budget jamie don't seem so lonely we visited runs off mush show one hold marija good so good so good so good jersey so good.

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"marija" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"marija" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the gang of eight bill the gang of eight was the most beautiful thing ever written in the history of congress and it should have passed democrats and republicans loved it both yeah really marco rubio was one of the chief architects so you know what the gang of eight had in there the gang of eight said that if someone will were in an illegal migrant and they came forward to get amnesty that even if they have if they had more than two misdemeanors on the record they they could still get their green card it actually allowed people who had two misdemeanors on the record so you weren't going to get kicked out of eligibility until you have three misdemeanor on on your demeanor on your record and record and by the way in some states domestic violence is a misdemeanor that means wife beaters come out of the shadows will give you a green card we're going to be back after the break on weekend live with your host marija franko update there are now calls for new evacuations in the vicinity of the killer way of all keno in hawaii it has been active for more than a week and after a few relatively uneventful days a new fissures now spitting out lava and rock in all it's about a thousand feet long it's among the largest of the fishers that have forced thousands to leave their homes tina neela scientists in charge for the us geological services producing splatter is flying into the air and a sluggish lava flow this moving a little bit to the north the no big lava flow has yet developed all of this is to say that the situation down there remains dynamic more from correspondent carter evans said precaution the national park around the crater has been closed indefinitely the ash cloud from a steam explosion could be blown for miles especially if it reaches up into the jetstream but aside from the immediate vicinity around the eruption it's pretty much life as usual here on the big island cbs news update i'm tom foty you can't buy online doesn't work you can't really see the true color of feel the texture but it's nice to shop at home get thousands of free iheart radio playlists perfect for any mood and activity and perfect for bands.

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"marija" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"marija" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"With a or frederica president trump today talking about how iran has his it's fueled fear and chaos and marija and how they've abused their own people after being a leader is state sponsored terrorism the last thing we want iran to have is nuclear bomb cut number three no action taken by the regime has been more dangerous than its pursuit of nuclear weapons and the means of delivering them in two thousand fifteen the previous administration joined with other nations in a deal regarding rans nuclear program this agreement was known as the joint comprehensive plan of action or jcp away in theory the socalled iran deal was supposed to protect the united states in a allies from the lunacy of an iranian nuclear bomb a weapon that will only endanger the survival of the iranian regime but it didn't do that it didn't do that and the president the president spelled it out so wonderfully and we'll pick up on the president more of the president's comments and why this was just an absolutely spectacular move may today on behalf of the trump administration but do that afford twenty it is fourteen minutes after the.

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"marija" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"marija" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty i'm gonna come back and talk with you more a wanna hear if you think political correctness has gone too far and around the bend to the point where we can't have any kind of satire or parody in this country or do you think it hasn't gone far enough you're listening to weekend live and i'm your host marija franko we can live on wbz newsradio ten thirty hello phone in your car forty four hundred call on the road see a backup call it five four forty four hundred traffic is backed up report an accident 6172544400 wbz phone force if you've been a regular caller reprogram your phone five four thousand four hundred for us on twitter and wbz traffic behind get tools and tips for saving at feed the pig dot org this message brought to you by the american institute of cpa's on the ad council.

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"marija" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"marija" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Welcome meets the marija lease show my tukwila seventy one and wait the here entertainment it's not snowing that's the good news for the rest of the week howard you drive home loss of hey you know are you guys were so my brother even called me and said if you don't want to drive out there you know one stay at my house yeah my mom called me when you say there was no one on the right in the road and i got home in like eighteen minutes there was nobody on the streets here you'll like everybody lock down noon in insult was simple you know what i four will die there my cars are great put in fourwheel drive and i just went through it i couldn't believe it i was like what is this a holiday everybody is gone the re i mean there's usually a little bit of there was nettie for media who is not that he no one joaquin no other hague now heartily was no but it was uh you know that was like heart attacks no no eight all i know when i see when you just said i thought of my uncle louie you had a heart attack shoveling heavy snow way back in the day did and if yes yes because it was so is so heavy yeah here you keep worrying all winter long that the snow is melting i'm like more is coming other snow is melting don't worry more is coming marches are snow yes my i know i know it i i liked the snow i am telling you all right so can i just tell you that baseball season started today than other down via snow eight us banks stadium which is.

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"marija" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"marija" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"Elected billionare you don't think he's sipin wates whatever the eu accused obama so so we have the same situation where where trump especially in this speech right he gives a speech that is in a lot of ways wildly liberal right like he comes out he says he first cocios and and people are so tribal in their mentality that they can't even applauded in april exposes of barca's he like he gets up there he was when they are incredibly proud of is black unemployment is the lowest it ever been the history of this country and then there's a shot to the black american caucus any one of them collapse in the rest of the uk club for that separate yourself from the politics isn't that something that you would clap for if you said it you would he lab if you said it you a clap if obama said you a clap because you'll like this guy you're putting party over policy said we got to lower prescription drug prices of course the cut goes to bernie marija sitting there with enthusiasm a paraplegic it's actually hard for him to raises arms is to scrap you've got a mccain an old he's up there you got a really believe in some shit to applaud it as a bernie look like he teaches math to urban youth or sunday work at a the dmv for a long time arne look like yeah it was like a puppet show and they got like the the old professor puppet professor bernie look like like an old crank he puppet science teacher would have yellen peace alleges overwhelm public school face.

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"marija" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"marija" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"A marija exchange between eu on musk and of course rainy pitchford from gearbox but wait there's more the flame throwers sentient and the safe word is cryptocurrency and it comes with free block chain as wanna yuan's funny tweets about the flame throwers right rainy pitchford response iran i'm going to add this tore next borderland game borderlands game super series let me know if you want to write the flavor tech's you may have already done so we'll just lifted from one of your tweets you want musk's fisher rain pitchford says done so if i am assuming here the gun will for sure come over how much of eu on moscow be involved with it who knows who knows but i thought it was an interesting when one shot a word from him and sector good enough get her me now team i'm excited for border three whenever the hell that come out you know what i mean but it's so far away if i wanna know what came of the digital momma graft shops today where would i go the official is about comey software across each and every platform as this by company in sales shows each and every weekday new twotier did you did it did he thanks get out today and i did for something age of empires definitive addition multiplayer babe on pc all right go get him new dates for you the legend of heroes trey trials no trails of cold steel to a game that every always wanted me to play plan vita but i doubt and started going off from launches on pc on february fourteen the perfect gift for valentine's day deals of the day for your rational run into kinda funny dot com slash k f g d just like you can incense just an f y i get in pudgy before the end of the month you get free credits to celebrate four million pudgy players on xbox one sammy king of pudgy announced today that anyone who's purchased or purchases pudgy on xbox one an has created a character before january 31st at twelve am pacific time we're receive this bonus 30000 bp to purchase endgame reward crates we douglas reuse well my apologies deals the last my apologies hillsdale though it's a vase gavin.

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"marija" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"marija" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That sort of fine line of subjectivity that occurs when you think about these things are talk about these things because again like larry said earlier in the evening was you know which evils one person is not chill another it's the complete opposite uh but i think a lot of people that are in very powerful positions we hear about secret societies and how a lot of the most powerful politicians and bankers and corporate executives belong to these sort of you know satanic where secret societies and they think is it goes with that lust for power that is associated with evil you know we we talked about exercise and they did the church authorizing more extra assists and you know the idea that it's been portrayed in movies and tv shows and book so often the cultural influence could be stimulating some of it right however there are some pretty uh compelling cases that you detail in in the book of exercise in things that seemed to have been warranted oh yeah hour rather than pretty you know it actually can be our bill robert galloway cricketer had her b v actor kirk movie pay absolutely pera fine but again are we talking about a child that was really a or get no one adult that was a that was possessed by an actual demon an ugly you know born in the hills demon or was that person manifesting some kind of physical external uh let the poltergeist activity and yet the only thing demonic will is what was going on within that person marija laxman about their block on demons of the devil uh when we come back we'll get to the phone lines again a lot of folks hanging on with questions and comments will be back with more coast to coast am find out more about tonight's guest log on to coast to coast am dot com lorde nick cave that's right and this man john mowlem on eta's day megan things sure among the most powerful names and talk or heard right here on talk.

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"marija" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:46 min | 4 years ago

"marija" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Let's go to baltimore shitty and welcome marija to wcbm brita or grew i'm doing the cannon water to hear from you again you are for mcrae rights of point is phones on when you talk about the police situation the poor policeman shot so no you move uh i might have been going at night so i was going last night yang have you ever seen the movie theater parties i'm trying to think worldcom and role model dicaprio it and i think the fourth quarter sese innovation she's looking wv moore oh for opinion threat police was shot by a woman um and i'm not feeling to stores yours the first to police officers in baltimore city he has some jaroslaw these uh uh uh i believe it was a hit jaw by one of those fellow members of the uh uh its message with rats map playgie because of drug money in baltimore city has corrupted a lot of people and i believe it was a hit then that's not miss this my has some of opinions second point i want to make is that the situation with that young bears who went to china and stow those akayesu's he disgraced the country's disgrace the college he disgraces race for his father must be some kind of canadian act one but i do agree with trump because that kind of attitude was apparently fastest crimes earthy wage degree which embassy the point that i'll make where i am very lengthy stress a christian because a lot of questions even though they might not have voted for trump field grieve with him that so uh khamaseen seed 'cause he moved you uh go uh the embassy he's a top with teacher's unions does that yet and he has to leave a mention that a lot state really as outrageous stores are grab for power this is unbelievable and a lot of christians are remembering him for that uh even though some of them conversely versus one thing you agree with him more whether were democrat or republican but israel at at who voted to add to change and that edge at representation from our capitol set a to.

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"marija" Discussed on The Kind Rewind

The Kind Rewind

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"marija" Discussed on The Kind Rewind

"Brown yeah so i i think we've belaboured the point enough um i think that many people will probably find this to be a slightly controversial episode um so before we had onto the next episode let me say if you would like to discuss this further every ever said in the face what group we will post a conversation thread so that you can talk about this said uh with other people in find that uh in facebook to search the primary want and you'll find it so let's move on episodes at boom okay so just finished um canonical episodes seven jiang's town it aired october 18th two thousand two uh it was uh directed by marija grabby ac and he was written by been egland uh teresa what was your overall positive um i'm gonna say overall positive wwe is i guess that this was a a very it was a familiar type of story gap this fell august star trek via add our trekkers though you know yeah like war for instead of june it it yeah it felt very familiar in that way the you know just replaced they could put different characters in and i've seen this a thousand times before they're um licences is not creative well done just right which is familiar um my overall positive is this when really stands up to one of style joe like oh yeah abraham last episode this one was as good if not better than i remember.

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"marija" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"marija" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Three it to the count on jerko yang at i base the pitch jerk oh reaches fortlike rival appeal hang up for the left fielder fraser will over toward leftcenter makes the cash young backed the first two outs and the ovation you're hearing in the background is the luke boy whose make his major league debut righthanded hitter void a physical presence to there at six three 225 he from the suburbs wildwood deserve it was a twenty second round draft pick out of a surrey state by the cardinals he 2013 i the rear at that the big lake for luke boy young at first base to out safe for saint louis and a fastball it's inside with marija as wall one devoid he's a big hit upper body is made he swallowed he's hick reminds me a little bit mauling bird a top i think a little bigger than mall per contract purchase from triplea memphis today could numbers of the pcl laysoff has snyder the dirt goofed up by the country de as its too luke voight take his major gave you twenty second round wrapping to wait until two lafayette high school here at saint louis the same high school that bruce david freeze at third base for the pirates the ryan how.

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