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"mosa" Discussed on AoS Coach
"Choose each lan of Mosa Wadi Guy into three this unit of six Why don't you go all saw all all ish Lod. I. told to me through the thinking process of Sean versus the mole saw and the size of three six. Six all right. So what's the thinking? Well Yeah! I think we have very coming, resigned wedding twelve at me and I cried. But, but there's a lot of points in one macadear bad when you tie them up with like cheap buddies. Yeah well I guess step number one when I think about what I'm also do is that force multiplies against them? That means that on that ten three three six six years you know twelve or eighteen and so I don't need a unit of twelve years on the board. Because I don't need thirty six years in a unit, sexiest redundancy like Michael o'clock mentioned before like it just becomes ineffective in a way that I've got too much damage on the board. And again they take up a massive footprint and also have disability that when they charged, they get negative. She random. They get to damage, so you don't want to be in combat. You don't want them to be you. You know chipped. You don't want them to be just poured into combat. 'cause they live their benefits and I have to obviously trait especially on ten three eight. That's a big disaster for your because you just lost. You know you big. Punch you big bang big wing condition. I suppose so. How little small units means like can separate them up. They can be all over the board, and you can't tie them off, but they can always get into your. Make those charges, so that's obviously why you have a small units. One Unit of six is just there to secure what it needs to kill. If I need to kill a tear gas, they're going to get the job done funding to kill. The Gash Abia. Maybe a more crusher for example. They're going to get the job done on that crush. And that's what Nevada dairy sister kill what needs to be killed? If on that ten three, the the other units, they're just to kind of nip away at my enemy from the sides for the front, just be a nuisance basically and then obviously prepare myself ten three. Where I have my big, big Shea. And my thought with the issue was that I need alternates to be alive on ten three. You know that's what I'm playing for. That's what I'm essentially built my armie around so I need to protect him having these. Unreachable God's essentially surround him, so he copy shot because of my forgotten nightmare eligibility, so they can them. has obviously the lookout sick? CETERA on always see they act as a physical screen as well so they can't obviously charge him so that just this little. Hundred and forty points times to that I. don't care if they die. Is Tenants live on ten three? And looking at. The basically new player who's looking at so maybe they didn't quite understand that the Methodology committed. You locate each logon, and essentially they are a defensive style unit. Annual you looking at the characteristics you know. BASICALLY CONTROL RATE! That's one of the things that they bring to the table. they great to soak up damage and they wanted to kill. The special of one ran to throwing around the fact that you could ignore. Rent is beautiful, but they more. started. The mental like Nick, free rent as well and being like they're gonNa Saliva Tan or to say that your incumbent with my issue in combat with my more saw..
"mosa" Discussed on Archives of Fabella
"It wasn't the call of Alpha this for belong to something much larger and fiercer every part of her body begged Mosa to stay put except for her heart. She ran as fast as possible in the direction of the beasts terrifying how her mind was only on Nash. Not even the squirming baby on her back. Punctured the bubble of her mind consumed with worry over Nash's wellbeing the bushes ahead of her rustled violently. Most of froze a black beak emerged from the thick of overgrown leaves. Mosa stumbled back in terror as she caught sight of the oblong head. Layered with feathers. Small is linked in her direction. As a large ski leaflet lane did in the fresh mud the most feared monster in all the jungle stood right before it was a cocker address. Rising at a height of about twelve feet Kaka traces worse swift. Agile flightless bird dragon hybrids. They weren't the largest predators of the jungle with unmatched speed intellect and power. There was no reason for them to add to that list. They roomed impacts of about three to five with one Alpha male. The cocker trips in front of Mosa was a female. She didn't know much about ka-katrina behavior out in the wild but she knew alto male always dined. I there rogue female herded the small troll through the thick. The rest of the pack waited for her chief shoes. Coward against a tree surrounded by the other female cocker cruises. All waiting for the Elsa Mussa slipped and fell on the wet grass as she raced to shoot his side shielding a wheeling Lou from the monstrous avian reptile surrounding them. Nash with still nowhere to be seen the side of a thick ski Lee foot hitting hard unforgiving ground a nest their rival of the Alpha the meal concentrates rose out of the foliage. He towered above the females in his pack. His beak clicked with anticipation of ripping into the prayed before him. Chief shoes always put up an intimidating front but most had never seen him so scared as young teen trampled with fright in the face of this intimidating creature the Alpha male advanced on Mosa and sheiks. He reared back preparing to strike a proud for suddenly rang out. Most only appear of urge fly through the air. One of the female cock addresses shrieked as razor sharp talons duck into their neck. The commotion distracted the Alpha Male calling his attention to the canine rushing through the tall grass. Nash bounded in front of Mosa. She caught so much air that when she pushed off the ground it was almost like she could fly. The female Cock Atroush in the pack tried to charge toward Nash but the Alpha male clicked them to get back the meals small. Unblinking is centered on Nash. He wanted her for himself. Nash growled at the Alpha Male. Ready to pounce any second. She parked madly at him to retreat. It doesn't do any good. The Alpha's tail whipped behind to se surveyed nash for a moment when his tail stiffened in his rigid body. Deputy Low Mosa knew that he was about to attack. Nash struck first. She leapt poor. The Alpha male with her talent outstretched the two beasts collided in a frenzied massive of rage. Both of them struck so fast. Most couldn't tell who did what Nash kept trying to bite the Alpha male caucus in the neck but he pushed her away. The sheer size of the cockatiels gave it an immediate advantage but nash. With undaunted she kept striking refusing to give up even for an instant. Nash Cada Claw in the side of her cheek. Just crazy I guess. The side of her eye crimson blood flew through the air. But Mosa couldn't tell who it belonged to the Alpha male tried several times. You Grab Nash. Around to the back with his short stubby. Forearms canines glossy. Orange coach prevented it from finding a hold. Chief SCHUSS TUGGED ON MOSES ARM. Attempting to lead her away from the ongoing fight but most of the state put. She couldn't leave Nash. Not In this desperate hour not ever. The Alpha male cockpits finally grabbed hold of Nash. He threw her with all his might against a tree. Nash hit the ROUGH BARK SO HEART. She left a mark. She crippled to the hard ground. Her chest rose and fell as she struggled to catch her breath. She tried to stand but the pain caused by. Severe hit was too much G. Fell back down to the ground the Alpha male stocked toward Nash. Ready to finish the job. Mosa founder rock nearby. Her feet she picked it up and hurled it at the Alpha male. The Rock art perfectly through the air striking the Alpha male cockroaches in the back of the oblong head the shrewd beast sprung around to track where the rock had come from. Nash only had a split. Second Act and took it when they alpha male was distracted by Mussa Nash Spring Up to bite the caucus in the Jugular. Blood erupted from the cockroaches neck. Like a volcano alpha male stumbled back for a moment as if and confused days before flopping dead it was over the female Kakatua's pack retreated into the Juggle. Moser pushed forward to scoop up a week. Nash and carry her back to Eric. Who settlement chief. Shoes didn't say a word to her. As they tracked back to the encampment Dolphin pups must have had been training rushed forward out of the thick foliage to meet the proud animal recognized as their mother. Mosa SET NASH. Down even in her weakened state Nash tenderly nestled her head against the paps. It was okay. They were all going to be fine. Most looked up to see chief shoes standing frozen in front of a wheel on the edge of campus. He locked eyes with Mosa. A single tear filled down his cheek. He nodded toward the wheel and continued to camp. No words were exchanged between them. They were unnecessary. Most had chiefs uses permission to return home to safety and they greet silver mountains with the wheel. Her servitude was done and she accomplished which he set out to do. No it was time with three. Turn Home Nash. Slowly travelled by Moses side. The pups lead their little pack chasing fairies through the meadow before the Volcano Mosa was committed to leading life by herself with only her and Lou. That thought seemed so absurd to now without the eruption of the volcano. She never would have undertaken. This journey formed a bond with Nash. The union between these companions was far more important to history. Then she realised.
"mosa" Discussed on Archives of Fabella
"Most climbed the hill overlooking Eric Khoo to see us prowling colony hugging the shores of a lake smoke billowed out of their heads and blackened animal. Meat Hung over there. Fires assorted stone tools. Tore into the rich soil and children played along the Rolling Hills. These humans had chosen well close to freshwater lots of wheat and excellent sources of vegetation. Not Far Away. The area nice and open allowed them to see predators coming for miles. She wished her travel. Forefathers had chosen this territory instead humans were just as strong as elves. They were only treated as a lower class of animal because they lack the L. Superior hearing and agility this particular settlement had made a remarkably strong colony for themselves so close to the Gulf of Adel Nashes whole body tensed up at the sight of the human settlement most nodded to her canine companion. Yep I'm scared too. Frightened or not most had a job to do Matiur Baby Lou where securely situated on her back she ventured into the camp. It was hard not to notice a number of is watching her every move. This settlement was anything like her tribes. The chieftains quarters would be toward the center. She would have to March there to find the leader on her way. She caught sight of a wheelbarrow laden with succulent fruits and vegetables from nearby jungle. The goblins feeble imitation with their wheel. Attached to a basket paled in comparison to the humid superior hollowed out tree trunk fixed on an elegantly crafted. What an wheel is followed the spinning wheel as its human master. Piloted it through the camp. It was more than just a technological leap forward. It was a masterpiece. A Hen motza snapped out of her trance. Just in time to realize that she was about to touch the wheel. She looked up to see a boy with a Flora crowned to one side towering over her with an ugly black haired girl on his arm. Who are you inquire the boy? Nash spared her teeth. Men seized their weapons and women jumped back with ear piercing Wales Stat. Most held up her hand to the spear tips and bamboo arrows surrounding her. I trust this animal with my child's life. She poses no threat to any of you. Put Down your weapons. The board gave a curt nod with his sharp Chin and his brothers lowered their spears. Nash still maintained her defensive stance her tail rigid and her lips curl back into a low. Snarl the boys drinkers smooth to the peach fuzz on his upper lip? Come to my tent. Mosa didn't make a move. I'm looking for your teeth. I am he my tent now ordered the boy chieftain bring the Alphen most expected someone a bit older the Young Eric. Chieftain looked like he was about to thirteen years old still too young to even grow a beard regardless he carried himself with a proud sense of maturity beyond his years the boy chieftain escorted Mosa into his tent and introduced himself as Chief. Schuss of the Eric Ooh tribe must have had to bite her lip to keep from laughing. What has brought you here. Tribe has lost much of our farmland due to Mount Cabanas eruption. In the north. I come to seek the secret to your wheel. His eyes narrowed. And how could are? We'll help you are remaining. Food is too far away from camp. The distance is killing us. If we just had your wheels we could transport more food quicker and easier. The wheel is our most cherished asset shoes pastor violent his tent. I'm sure you're aware that my people are viewed as weak. I am my tribe is treated poorly by other people as well so did most desperately trying to strike up a deal based on common ground so you can relate. My wheel is the only thing we have to prove. We're not animals. Shoes Tustin apple to most of which she graciously accepted. We have to protect it. Melissa suddenly became very nervous. Shoes went on as he died on an apple of his own. The only reason you're not dead is because you have that beast Nash. Sad vigilantly next to Mosa confident and proud. Alphand's are vicious. Canine race wants domesticated. They could be quite beneficial to our hunters. Choose got down to business. So here's the deal. Show me how to train elephants and you can have my wheel. Train them. Mussa thought of Nash as an equal. Mata trained pet. Is there? Anything else I can do. That's my offer. Take it or we'll cook. The baby over the fire threatened Schuss. Most of had no choice but to agree. Wild elephants apparently cost to the human settlement much distress by killing their young and absconding with meat in the night. The young chief was hell bent on training villas canines for his tribes. Use with little success. Sino Griffin's flew too fast to be caught barong where to fierce sea. Wolves were confined to the water. On things consider domesticating the Alphand was the best option. They were a skilled hunters swift and courageous and would help the humans achieve a foothold in the valley. Humans have been stuck with the untamed wild animals of Bella for far too long and was dead set on ending that found tradition. Mosa got the uneasy feeling that she was about to help a very powerful species beacon supreme rulers of the valley but she had no choice in the matter. Chief shoes was an odd boy to work for. Insects seemed to be quite at home crawling around his face. He bragged about his beard is really just a thin layer of pizzas and the crown of bright yellow flower petals on his head trooped over his face. There was something vaguely menacing about the smile that he occasionally flashed top it off. Every time was a turned her back another anonymous girl with draped over his shoulder choose dumped three captured. Alvin pups in front of Mosa Begin. Most had no clue how to train the trio Valtin. Despite appearances Nash was not domesticated. She had simply learn to care for most enough not to bite her head off these new Alison pups. Had been badly abused. Nash rushed forward to lick the wounds of her. Brethren Moses Heart ached for the poor creatures. They're only mistake. Had Been picking the wrong tribe to steal. Fruit from everybody was hungry. No one man nor beast should be sentenced to a lifetime of servitude for trying to survive. I need food said Mosa. Shoes folded his arms. After you domesticate them you want my help. Then get me something with meat. Mosa demanded for someone who claimed not to have enough food to share shoes. Had His daily girlfriend. Fetch a cooked carcass. Amazingly Fast Moses stripped off five sections of meat from the carcass. Three went to Alvin and to to Nash. The three young elephants quickly gobbled up their meat. Nash nudged her pieces over to them as a mother would what was the point of that demanded. Schuss. Earning THEIR TRUST. Mosa walked away. Shoes rushed to interceptor. Where are you going to sit by the fire? It's getting cold. Shoes planted his feet refusing to let her pass not so fast. We had a deal which I am trying to do. But it's not going to happen overnight. It takes time. How much asked shoes most pulled a date out of thin air? A couple days. You'd better not be trying to buy time. Why would I do that? I'm trying to get back to my try before. They all starve snapped Mosa. Nothing is more important than saving everyone. I love.
"mosa" Discussed on Archives of Fabella
"It's took the intrepid. Explorers has several long arduous days to make it over the massive mountain range. The Sec- people called mountain range. The great silvers because of the colossal peaks gray rocky exterior. They had these mountains to think for keeping many vicious monsters. Ed Pay when they finally made it down. The great silvers rocky slopes and into the dense. Mussa couldn't help feeling a wonderful sense of empowerment. She never knew. Abella past Mount Qadam. It had never entered her mind that there could possibly be rolling hills filled with flowers blooming every color of the rainbow and rivers so clear that she could see her reflection. Mosa had absolutely no idea where she was going and loved. Every moment she tried heading south west down toward with a cluster of rocks made it mountain. That looks like a hand but Nash led her northwest instead to wear two rivers. Met Most of the tugged on the rope and called Nash. South Nash refuse to move. The elephants sniffed the flowers and tossed her flowing orange head. North Mosa tugged on the rope. Again Nash buried her teeth with a low growl faced with the frightening aspect of being mauled to death most decided to continue her expedition to the northwest it. Tom Like that for the rest of the day. Nash build throughout the valley continually sniffing at every plate of grass and flower pedal drifting in the air. It didn't take long for Mussa to recognize that Nash had picked up a scent and was fun. Louis it across the valley. She had no idea what descent was or where national with pulling her. Hopefully it would be toward Eric. You just because Missa status relegated her to a life of gathering fruit didn't mean she could intent mastering the skill of trapping. Any animal was necessary for once continued. Survival Mosa preferred the well laid trap to outright attack. Because she had lew with her. Nash had to be tied to a tree out of fear that she would bolt if allowed the Chinese. Bit Of slack tracks led her to mouse tears. Borough mouse deer were just as their name said they were. The small varmints were about afoot tau with big mouse ears and spindly legs like a deer. They were small but a good meal for one person if you could catch them a strong vine acting as a perfect snare and strategically positioned over the opening caught the low volume and as a poked their stubby. Little Antler heads out thorny bushes had to be positioned around the camp site to keep out nasty jungle creatures. Motha trove her crude stone side scraper into the mouse. Deers for pelt. She looked up at Nash. Whose head lead depressingly on the ground. The Alvin companion may have had a particularly vicious reputation but she led Mosa this far and deserve to some food to keep her strength. Most stripped off a sizable piece of meat. It was more than she intended to give but she tossed to Nash Anyway. Nash recoiled at this unexpected. Display of gratitude G. I. Mosa suspiciously. This had to be some type of cruel trick. Most turned away to nurse Lou Nash with welcome to dine on the meal whenever she wanted the mouse deer. Meat was still there. After she finished nursing Lou it was still untouched. By the time. Mostly got a fire started. It's still remained. When she awoke in the middle of the night to hear screaming. She thought it had come baby Lou but she was still fast asleep. It's became that the screams were coming from around the camp site. It was too dark to see who who is making the noise. Fleeting glimpses is of disproportionately large heads atop small. Harry bodies in the waning orange. Light of the fire. It's passing lights. Led her to believe they must be some type of mammal most likely a pack of. Eli Eli foul creatures with Ugly Green bodies and streep brown hair that allow them to blend in with the environment. Every one of them had row upon row of razor sharp teeth they roamed packs teaming up to take down large predators and they were hungry. Most picked up aside scraper enter. Speier THE ONLY WEAPONS. She carried with her and listened to the sound of all. The dancing beasts trying to judge which direction they were coming from. Swarms of the light loft down from the trees. One landed right on top of Mosa. The primates dark thinkers scraped against her face. She grabbed it by the hindquarters and hurled their car said creature back into the talk. Florist Mosa world around to see to realize looming over Lou. Several more. The light jumped atop Mosa tackling her to the forest. Floor decides scraper quit flying. The spear was tugged from her grasp. Melissa tried fighting vile creatures off but it was new use for every one. She kicked away another two took. Its place she could hear. Lose Wales of terror mixed in with screeches. Then another voice rang out in the night Nashes DEPOR silenced. The view is she broke free of her rope and bounded into the middle of the fight for Rochas Lee swiping away. Anything that moved. They've Eli is immediately dropped Lou and skippered her weight into the night with Nash. In hot pursuit most raced to pick up her screaming daughter holding Lou as close to her breast as possible. She didn't sleep at all for the rest of the night early in the morning. When the first signs of daybreak appeared Nash came back. The Alvin gave no sign that she noticed. Mosa as she slowly plotted to the mass tear meat and gobbled it up. Nash moved away from the campsite heading west Muslim. Follow a tear at a safe distance. She no longer had a rope to tethered. The dog to Nash kept steady pace throughout the day leading most down a riverbank by mid day the ended a steep cliff overlooking asset of Vine Lynch rapids here to water moved so quickly downstream little assery water fairies had difficulty battling against the current as it really endlessly pummeled. Their little bodies without mercy. Nash ventured closer to the cliff's edge than most thought safe. Suddenly the ground beneath the elephants feed gave away. Nash yelped as she lost her footing most dove to catch Nash by the tail. Her finger slipped against the animals glossy orange coat. She readjusted her grip to Nash. His right hind leg tighter grip could be maintained. It took some time but Mosa mustered enough strength to Paul Nash. To safety they looked each other in the eyes for what felt like an eternity Nash. Tenderly licked at the villa scratches on Moses cheek cleaning them with her rough most picked out of burs that had gotten trapped in Nashes orange coat and one particularly nasty bug. That appear to be suckling. Her Blood Nash continued up the cliff. Taking great care to walk a little further from the edge now that she knew how dangerous it could be most shifted lou to rest on her chest chest in order to give her back a little break. She caught sight of shattered. Clay Pot hidden in the brush. Closer examination proved that it was Goblin. Made the truth suddenly dawned on her. Nash was leading her along. The revenue tribes path the same path leading to Eric and impatient bark. Ripped Moses is away from the Pot Nash. Stop ahead own. Most strode up to Nash. The Alvin where did not move until she drew. Even the continued on not as master in Pat but as companions.
"mosa" Discussed on Archives of Fabella
"Most of wandered around the Patrick Gray Juggle floor which used to be so full of life. Some of her best friends became frozen lifeless statues under piles of Ash. She wandered through the scorched forest. Which used to be so full of fruit ripe for the picking. Orange peels led to the ground. Barren stems poked up from the ash squashed berries frauded under her feet and bugs searched for nonexistent food. She didn't know why she continued searching round the hellish black into land. She used to call home with an empty basket. At this point it was more out of duty to her people than anything else but she felt that her newborn daughter required more of her attention than looking for some food. Moses tribe found shelter in shallow cave on the southern edge of the region with little to buffer against the elements Mosa and the remaining citizens of former safety were thrust into a precarious existence. Trolls argued amongst themselves over whether they could stay or go as a female tress. Mosa had no say in the matter the right choice was obviously to leave out to get Bam behind. There was nothing for them anymore. The longer they stayed the closer to death every single one of them with be the troll hunters in her company made spears from antlers sticks tipped with sharp rocks as they went out to hunt for non-existent wild game. This was an age of a life and death contest I revival with other beasts requiring ingenuity and dexterity foraging no longer provided enough food to sustain them instead. They had to hunt the herds of large animals. Dangerous work for many trolls. Muscle followed the troll hunters around on their expedition hoping to score a bit of food that she could use to settle hogue rebelling stomach that day the hunters were after smaller game at dawn's early light before the outside temperature could climb to high. The tribe left the protection of the cave to check on a trap set the day before they clothed themselves in the furs and hides different animals soon together with needles fashioned from small animal bones. This being the Humid Tropics. There wasn't much call for heavy clothing. Everything they wore fashioned to be light and breathable Mosa warhead normal large bound ship of hypocrites height and a grass skirt. She cut a hole in the high large enough for her head. The excess material which all the way down to her waist decides were sewn together leaving enough room for her bear arms to reach for bear clumps of natural produce along the way to group walk silently over the powdery gray ground until they reached patches of exposed dirt and wet ground where pawprints had been seen the day before they walked in single file. Always watchable for danger that may lurk ahead from a larger Predator or the appearance of opportunity in the form ever carcass left behind Mosa forged along the way she was lucky enough to find berries and gathered them into her basket at the trap they rejoiced DC they'd successfully snared a Hughes Palam. Who's Palam were ape like species with large premiums whose palace arms were longer than its legs when extended the common whose palace long arms spanned one and a half times the three foot height? The female was slightly shorter and thinner than the male but had a longer limbs in trees both genders climbed with their long powerful arms on the ground who's Palam usually knuckle walked or walked on all fours quenching their fists and supporting themselves on their knuckles. Their heads were solid bone and so thick that the WHO's pal could swing from trees and launched themselves headfirst at advancing predators. Most of the head seen many hunters time for being head but by the APE and was glad to see this one was dead. They brought the animal back to their camp at the mouth of the cave were. They skimmed it and placed raw flesh over a fire. They was barely enough meat. To go around. All the hunters mostly was able to get a little bit by offering to trade with the youngest boy of the group. He gave her half of his share. In exchange for a handful of raspberries most had been fortunate enough to find it was an even trade and she was happy to make it most said Liu down on the ground while she dug into her pouch for the raspberries as she was about to drop them into the boys outstretched hands. The boys is suddenly white into in horror. All the other trolls hunters suddenly became deathly quiet as well following their gaze. Mosa spun around to see a snarling. Elfin crashed directly over a blue canine outfits shared many characteristics with the Griffin family including the Scaly Eagle like four legs and sharp beady is commonly associated with fire the Alston flowing yellow main and tufts of yellow in its orange body made it look as though the canine beast was indeed on fire as it snarled over the newborn baby. This Alvin was a female vixen. She bared her teeth in a low threatening. Grau Lewis still alive and well but it was clear to Mosa that she had just interrupted the female. Canine before it's tore into the infant the hunters behind. Mosa picked up their spears ready to strike the beast down. Motza motioned for them to get back if they acted too soon they could spook the Alvin and inadvertently caused a canine to sink. Its teeth into Lou. The boy who Mosa had traded with suddenly launched himself and the Elfin the Alphand turned her attention to the borey rearing back on her hind legs and digging her dark claws into his neck. Most a dove forward to scoop up Lou. The alphand had just enough time to snap the boy's neck before hunters threw their spears at the wild beast. The outspoken vixen scampered into the forest of blackened trees and out of sight. The boy lay dead at Moses feet in a pool of his own blood a few days later the Ravin the tribe of Goblins who always came up north to trade finally appeared this annual joining of two very different tribes at always been the occasion for much celebration. The nomadic goblins always brought fantastic artifacts from other tribes. They traded with up and down the island. They track their goods on sleds fashioned from Fallen Palm Trees. Mosa with all acquainted with the use of these leads. The trolls of had used sleds on a daily basis to transport their produce which was backbreaking. Work Moso wished that there would be an easier way to move large amounts of material. Her high spirits plummeted. When she saw the sad state of the Goblin tribe. They were worse off than the trolls. Some type of fierce Predator must have viciously assaulted the tribe because every one of the goblins ported bruises up and down the dark green bodies. Furs were ripped. Jewelry was missing. Pieces of broken faces littered their sleds. It only got worse when they demanded food as payment further goods food. The trolls couldn't part with have heart. The troll chief tried appealing to chief last wrath the GOBLIN LEADER. Food is scarce. There is only enough fruit on land that has been spared to get us through the season. Not Problem Spat Lacerra. You should move to a settlement. This was not the first time. The idea of leaving had been brought up Moses chief put his foot down and said the same thing he always did. Our families have lived and died here. This is our land. We aren't leaving it. Mosa Biden odd contraption behind the goblins it was a large circular wooden disk attached to a woven basket. Let that while. Seref dove in front of the contraption to hide it from view but is not for sale. But what is it repeated? Mosa stay out of this to the chief out of the corner of his mouth. You know how much we need. This Trade Kind Rosanna Lazarev. Strife stepped forward. Mosa had seen her many times before the Goblin s had always been one to clothe herself in the finest furs and necklaces from tribes. All over the island. Whoever or whatever assaulted Goblin tribe had taken her precious materials leaving her with only a blanket draped over her naked body. It's a wheel fired back. Last Breath Rosanna not be dissuaded so easily omen telling them too dangerous. Snap to Lazarev. If humans found out it would be the end of us. Brittan sacrificed everything we've done for this doomed colony. What happened speaking up earned. Mosa immediate withering looks from all the trolls in attendance causing her to shrink back into the crowd. Last huddy are stationed. We came across a human village in the West called Eric. Su Began Rosanna. They developed disc. They called a wheel to help them. Transport their food quicker and easier than using sleds Chopping down trees and moving sled laden with food over the lungs. What's technique used throughout the island? It was hard work made more difficult by the uneven forest floor and the close proximity of tree trunks and giant.
"mosa" Discussed on Apologetics Live
"He lost to a girl. He said that he goes. That girl had a lot more hair back then. So Chris you were. You're commenting fee nom I think this is the hard thing when you're especially moderating a debate. I can't say anything you know. There's so much you want to say thank you because the it was the thing that kept my attention was watching the different comments coming up on the bottom of the screen breath debate so they were. They were both was that Tom. We didn't hear you. Maybe not okay. He did you. Could you both see the comments as you're debating? Oh yeah well. I don't know if he could he I did tell both of them. That would be putting comments up that they should it become whatever the comments are not to worry about trying to answer any questions from the comments because I'll put those at the end but I didn't. I didn't want that to be a distraction for either one of them. They were where the comments would be up but he also was struggling with his computers between his his slides his notes and being able to screen. So I don't know if he saw the comments okay just curious because it was kind of brutal in there for a bit. Yeah he was only seeing some of them. That were piling up. I mean I don't know for Andrew. Lucked him or not. I know that I I have to go back and read them all but you I. I try to put most of the comments when when we do a debate I try to put Mosa comments whether good or bad like I'm for both sides except for ones that have nothing to do because sometimes people in the chat start having their own debates So if it has to do with the debate going on then I just try to show them and give time for people to read them before. Moving on this was one of these ones where it was like clicking a whole lot of so so. Chris will your thoughts. I think you job..
What Is Leaky Gut And How Can You Treat It? with Dr. Elizabeth Boham
"Day. We're going to talk about leaky gut. Which is something that is starting to be in the awareness of traditional medicine but they still don't have a clue how to diagnose it and how to treat it so tell us I what is leaky gut. Yeah so so. Many people are like saying the word leaky gut leaky gut. But officially right the official medical term is increased intestinal permeability and I love to draw picture for all my patients when they come in to really show them what we mean by increased intestinal permeability in the limoges good. I don't know I'm still drawn each side mirrors smart so we know there's this one cell layer right there's that one cell layer the end of the Vienna. Theam that divides the inside of the intestine. Right so where. The food is and all sorts of other things the protest. Gi Tract is a tube outside of your body right. I mean it's a protected to put food in Santa comes out the other side and literally like not really part of your body in the sensitive stuff inside is yet in your body. So but there's that cell layer that has to determine what should come into my body right and what shouldn't what's been properly digested food you know has this. Has this protein been broken down enough yet? should this come in. Should they should. I absorb this or should stay out to that filter coffee filter. You don't want the grounds getting your coffee but drain the good stuff getting it and that sort of how you're supposed to work. That's that's great. Yeah cousins like you have holes in your coffee filter and stuff leaks through right. And why is that a problem right because that stuff leaking through? That might be a food particle. That's not digested enough yet. Or it could be a bacteria or a bug a fungus or something. That's shouldn't be getting into the body. Some of the not so good bacteria and and when when those things that they get into the body when they're not supposed to then they can trigger all sorts of other symptoms in the body and that might be symptoms of inflammation. So somebody might feel like joint pain or asthma congestion. It may trigger and there's been a lot of studies to show this. It can trigger auto immunity rights all kinds of our Mallika. But we know what's interesting? Is that most diseases. That are chronic. Diseases are inflammatory diseases heart. Disease Cancer Diabetes Alzheimer's Stroke. I mean these are all inflammatory diseases. Even depression is inflammatory disease of the brain. Add is inflammation of the autism summation of the brain. And so. What's really interesting about this gut issue? Is that when the barrier breaks down? And you'll basically like An area the size of a tennis court if you're out flat and it's like you know one. Celtic so you basically went cell away from sewer you know on the other side important salary and that can get damaged when that does things leak in like you said and you've got sixty percent of your immune system right under that layer Which then reacts to whatever's coming through this supposed to come through so your body's actually doing its job creating inflammation Yup. It's just that your guts leaky getting it shouldn't be getting it right. And then and then you start to not feel so good like you mentioned fatigue or brain fog or or joint pain or swelling in the body. We see a lot of people holding onto water or or swelling or congestion. Asthma and then that whole cycle of auto immunity also. Yeah so it's it's really You know one of the most prevalent problems and so why are we having all this leaky gut right? That's a great question right and it's so much because of our crummy food supply. What do we know about that to me? I food supply that we've been putting a bunch of pesticides and antibiotics into which is just shifting our micro biota and life. Assi from the Round Up the weed killer. That's almost are. Gmo foods and even wheat products and is one of the biggest damages of your microbiome. Forget that it causes cancer whether you can argue that or not but it does disrupt your microbiome right right and you know we of course are trying as physicians not to prescribe as much antibiotics for our patients but so many of us have taken unfortunately too many antibiotics and then our food supply right. You know we're using so much antibiotics and our food supply to grow bigger cows for example. And that's just shifting our whole that whole macrobiotic in our gut. It's true and I I read a paper recently about Emulsifiers and food which is using all processed food to make dick or solidify it. Hold it together. And these Mosa fires like Karen Gina and anthem gum and even the microbial translate Tammy's which is basically bacteria made gluten can believe that and the reasons call. Gluten is because it's like glue make things together make the food stick together right but is highly damaging to the gut and you've got all these processed food ingredients in food that are linked to auto immunity. Yep Right so it's not even a and then of course the starch and the sugar the process oils all damage your gut. And then of course the lack of Fiberg lack of phytochemicals in our diet right. You'd foods prebiotic foods probiotic foods like Sauerkraut for lunch yesterday. I mean we don't need that stuff and it's so important we've seen so much damage to our gut because of all these various factors in our diet and then of course there's an acid blockers that we take for everything anybody because you mentioned hormones can mess up your gut bacteria. Steroids can do it and she ended up with. Antibiotics obviously ended up with this horrible cascade of people with gut issues. It's the number. One reason people go to the doctor much of it now. It's it's crazy isn't it? I mean it's so many people are coming in with with digestive issues with And symptoms of inflammation in their body. But it's it's really common even people coming to US for other reasons. We're seeing okay. It's the guy we've got to start with the guy and and pay attention to what's going on there. We'll flexible. Medicine has been thinking about this for decades microbiome revolution restocking about it. This huge industry development around and there was talking about probiotics and that and we've been focusing for decades on the simple fact that most of our chronic illnesses start in the gut asking whatever the name of the problem you have whether it's Migraines or whether it's depression or whether it's diabetes or obesity rate or autism or whatever you gotta start with the GUT and and traditional medicine like leaky God is not a thing like you go to the doctor if you ever arthritis and I'm like how's your gut cardiology. How's your gut? Even though there's so much research showing the connection you don't get train. Right is just huge gap. Right now where. The science has advanced so far but the practice hasn't right and in functional medicine. We've been really great at actually getting the memo that the GUT is at the center of our health. Right so for years ray we. We've learned about that five. Our program with functional medicine and how helpful that can be to heal the digestive system and then and then he'll all these symptoms or diseases that somebody has means amazing. I'm talking to the CEO. Cleveland Clinic recently and was telling me about studies that he'd heard about that had used fecal transplants in autistic kids and taking the poop out of a healthy kid and put a million autistic kid and the kid autism goes away. It's phenomenal. I mean that's not true for all kids with autism. But it's funny. Yes it's amazing transplants from people who are thin to people who are diabetic and their blood. Sugar gets better right. I mean I had a guy once who was a really great patient and he was very poorly controlled diabetic on lots of medications and we worked on. His Diet helped a lot to down from two hundred to like the one twenty or so we can get it all the way down with a really good diet and exercise and he was telling me he had a bunch of digestive issues. And so I said you know. Why don't you take some charcoal and do this and do that? And he called me back. He says I don't happen but my lectures went to ninety S. We absorbed all the toxic crap in his gut that was causing inflammation that was causing his blood sugar and bounce and these are the kinds of things that we do every day in functional medicine but that are not part of traditional care and people are missing out on right right. When we're saying why is that. Why is this going on? How do we get underlying cause for that individual
New Gas And Chemical Facilities Crowd Louisiana's 'Cancer Alley'
"There's an industrial corridor in southeastern Louisiana. That people call cancer alley. It has more than one hundred and forty chemical factories and oil refineries and now there's a boom in natural gas and so industry. There is expanding so our efforts to stop it. Here's Teagan Wenlin of member station. Wwf New Orleans on a sunny Saturday. Morning I meet Sharon Levin a little tour of her neighborhood house right there terrence. Oh Great. She grew up here in rural welcome. Louisiana in Saint James Parish along the Mississippi River and most of the kids have stuck around too but now she's on a mission to stop a proposed chemical mega-complex less than a mile from her house. We drive just around a curve and see a big empty field where there's some construction underway in the distance. There's a metal fence get you see locate beggar defense back there. That silver thing is new L. shape. That's where the grapes are. That's what I saw. There used to be a plantation here so when the giant factory was approved state. Archaeologists investigated the site and found graves of enslaved people. We stopped to look. I'm pretty sure a lot of us here. Have ancestors are buried in that group in one of those gravesites? Levine's hoping the historic graves will force the company Formosa Petrochemical To Stop Building. The Taiwanese company is one of the biggest plastic manufacturers in the world. And this is a good place to build. The river provides quick access to an international port and the state offers tax breaks gave Mosa twelve million dollar grant. But Levine sees the plant as a threat to a place. She loves model Morning Coffee Back at her house which he built on family land with her husband. She describes how the rich fertile soil along. The river made for a great farming fifty years ago. It was wonderful back then. Beautiful Plan and everything Nice. My Dad grew all of our best doubles in foods. They take the vegetables to New Orleans and sell them at the French market. We had to get up early in the moment will pick low beams. I used to hate that now. Her country home is surrounded by giant factories. There are more than ten in Saint James Parish their smoke stacks forming huge clouds that cast shadows over miles. Levin thinks all of that industry is making her family and neighbors sick off. The Putin. Don't doubt we go slowly die. Her husband died of heart problems. Many of her neighbors have died of cancer. She says the air often smells bad. It's hard to link specific illnesses to certain pollutants even though Saint James Parish where she lives has an above average rate of cancer for Louisiana. Which has one of the highest rates of cancer in the country. According to an analysis by Propublica the Formosa Complex would more than double toxic air emissions here. Levin organized her neighbors to fight the plant forming a group called rise. Saint James last fall she marched with other environmental advocates all along the Mississippi River up to the capital Baton Rouge. They got lots of media coverage they delivered their demands to lawmakers no new development in the region. Matthew Block has governor John Bel Edwards chief counsel waspishly. The governor does not agree that there should be some moratorium on manufacturing facilities but his office did agree to do a small public health study. It'll survey people within a one and a half mile radius around a single plant five miles away from where living lives. There's no question that this is limited studied. It doesn't pretend to be otherwise but it's also A start in how we can start to look at these communities and whether or not there there is arisen a higher incidence of cancer and then we can make decisions from there but the study won't look at future emissions from the Formosa plant or a handful of others being built advocates. Say It's the only public health. Study the state's ever done in the region and that it's not enough. They accused lawmakers of putting profit over people's lives. The plants have brought a lot of jobs. And money says economist. Laurence Scott Nothing I've ever seen before a spokesperson for most petrochemical says the new plants in Levine's neighborhood would create twelve hundred new high paying jobs. Scott says Louisiana competes with other places for these plants and when communities like Saint James Push back? It's bad for business. One thing for sure is the larger the pushback the more expensive. It is to locate here and that is one of the factors that has to be considered when the right of return on investment here versus Texas. This tension between economic growth and health concerns has played out for years. Beverly Right is the director of the deep South Center for Environmental Justice and has advocated for people in the chemical corridor for more than three decades. It's hard for me to stay calm about this. She says they've won. A few fights stopping some plants from being built getting relocation money for an entire community in one case yet since the nineties. More and more plants have been built. I look at all of our work that we did. I mean this is my life years and watching it just being washed away and a lot of the people that we work with auditing gone now rise. Saint James is suing the US army core to stop the Formosa Plant. They've appealed to the state to revoke the permit. And they're leveraging the historic gravesites. As a reason the company shouldn't be allowed to build still as much as it pains. Her right says the best way for people in the region to protect their health. Maybe just move sitting at our kitchen table Sharon. Levin says she would never consider it. We were here first. The chemical plants tried to invade our privacy and our property. Why don't they go somewhere and not come to us? This is our home. This is not their home. She neatly packed up her flyers and the P. Con Cluster. She made for meeting tonight. She's organizing her neighbors to continue to fight. The Formosa Plant even as construction is underway. Just down the road
BrainStuff Classics: Are Plants Conscious?
"Hey rain stuff. I'm more in Vogel bomb and this is another a classic episode from our former host This one deals with the question to which the answer may seem obvious but research has made more complicated. Our plants unconscious Abe rain stuff. It's Christian Sager. So there's this old episode of Star Trek called Wink of even I. You may have seen it. There's this race of aliens that live in hyper sped up acceleration so when the crew of the enterprise appears to meet up with with them they seem so slow that they're unable to move. Now imagine that scenario if you were the aliens wouldn't you assume humans humans were unhurt objects with no consciousness. Now let's take this and apply it to our relationship with plants. When we watched videos of plant life sped up we see their lively movement but even though plants move and respond to stimuli? They're not conscious right otherwise. Every time time we ate vegetables we'd be causing them pain. Wait wait a minute Kim. Plants feel pain. Well okay there is. This guy wants his name was Charles. Charles Darwin you might have heard of him and he wants proposed. Something called the root brain hypothesis. He proposed that the tip of a plant's root could act like a brain does in some animals receiving sensory input and directing movement in the years since Darwin made this proposal. There's been a growing movement in science called plant neurobiology and it debates the way we think about plants and consciousness justness other scientists hate this term but who cares because here some of the things we know about plants because of this really unusual research research. Let's start with plant senses. We know that plants have a variety of sense. Some that can actually act as analogues is to our sight smell touch taste and hearing in fact. There's evidence that when plants here the sound of a caterpillar chewing on a leaf life. They respond defensively by producing chemicals. Like mustard oil. This happens even if the sound is a recording and nothing is eating the plant creepy right. Plants can also communicate sometimes plant. Chemical production is like a method of communicating communicating with other plants. So here's an example that smell of freshly cut grass that we all know that's actually a distress call to warn other plants chance of danger. It's true in gardens. No one can hear you scream now. When this distress call reaches other plants they will also emit the chemicals to warn their neighbors as well and these calls can even work on different species of plant? For instance a sage plant can signal a tobacco acco plant to emit an odor that's noxious to animals. That are eating the sage all right. So you hear the term plant neurobiology and you say but plants plants. Don't have brains. Well one of the reasons why many scientists hate that term is because plants don't have neurons but they do produce neuro active chemicals that act like those in the human brain glutamate receptors form memories in humans and they're also also found in plants and some hormones are transported around plants similar to how neurotransmitters move through animal brains likewise some plants are vulnerable to drugs that disrupt neuro transmitters in the human brain like PROZAC or methamphetamines. Peta means they even produced their own ethylene which is possibly used as an anesthetic. When they're stressed out? Plants even have a kind of nervous system in that may allow information to travel around the plant via electrical signals. So if plants have sort of brains brain's do they remember stuff. Well yeah plants also have their own kind of memory. In fact there's a plant called the Mosa Deka plant in closes its leaflets immediately after their touched but because this requires energy. The plant won't do it if it's unnecessary. However when researchers dropped potted mimosas fifteen
And then, silence: a Paris icon burns
"Last night on the streets of Paris, people were singing hymns, Notre Dom, the iconic of federal that has stood over the city for eight and a half. Centuries was ablaze firefighters managed to save the gothic buildings mainstone structure, including its two towers, but the spire and much of the roof collapsed. The cause is not yet known. I don't depress it an in Mosa SLA. President Emmanuel Macron addressed the nation from the scene shortly before midnight said get the dog. Bet you'll. Samba we will rebuild this cathedral. Together, he said, and it is undoubtedly part of French destiny. mR, Macron had been due to give a very different speech one he'd hoped would unite France and help him reconnect with people there. When I was in the office waiting to watch prisoner Macron who was given a dress at eight pm on French national television. So feed better is our Paris bureau chief an attempt to on so all the questions and the policy ideas that have been proposed after the show in the yellow jackets protests. And it was about seven twenty that. I saw images coming up on my computer of smoke coming out of not down cathedral, which looked just unbelievable. So I went down to take a look. I think the most striking thing is how quiet people were it was just disbelief. It's not the only landmark in Paris. But it is the oldest most the conic landmark for most prisons, you see not down from so many different angles in Paris when you cross bridges on either side of the Seine and people would just just staring in disbelief at it. And in the middle, perhaps the most dramatic part was the the fall of the spire. What was that moment like for you? Yes. That was quite early on in the evening when the spy collapse. It was a nineteenth century restoration. So, and it was in fact that particular spire was was. Was the subject or the object rather of the renovation project which has been going on onto this scaffolding around that spy for while since last summer where build a trying to to renovate that spire. But that was exactly where the fire seem to be at its strongest. And when the spy toppled, I think that's the moment that a lot of people watching certainly when I saw that. I thought this this really could be the beginning of the end not demo together you mentioned that it's quite central. It's a landmark you see from lots of places and so on, but but what does it mean to Franson? It's people I think what's interesting about not damage. This is that it means something to everyone. It's obviously, a Catholic church Catholic cathedral. It's still a place of worship. So if you go on a Sunday, you can go to mass, and you will see local Parisian's worshiping there. But it's much more than that France is a secular country. And in fact, not to Dan belongs to the state, and it is a property that is owned by the French state and front therefore incorporate. Sit in all manner of sort of important moments for the nation. You could think of example, memorial service for shoulder goal. Former French president it seen as part of of French life beyond I would say, even it's religious dimension. So and I think, you know, it's even for prisons don't necessarily spend much time inside not damage because you can see it from everywhere. It's such a really part of the landscape and Paris, really central quite small walk people walk around lot or cycle and therefore not to Dan because it's so central. It's on the island rice in the middle that it's you come across it in your daily life, very very often as as a working living in Paris. And I think it's therefore it's it's it's the history the oldest landmark, and it's just it's as familiar part of of every and every person, I think Francis had its challenges over the over the past few months, and you mentioned that there was going to be some closure about that last night before the the speech was cancelled. What was the mood like in France up to that point in the lead up to that? It's been a very tense few months for for the French partly mainly because for nearly twenty two consecutive weekends. Every single Saturday, including a Christmas and new year. There have been demonstrations and protests by the yet avast yellow jacket.
"mosa" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Way, both you and the earth. Can celebrate every day. It all starts with one thing. Find tips and more at one thing US dot com. What's your one thing? KCBS news time to forty three. Seventy five year old bicycles who was injured when he was struck by hit and run driver in Berkeley last month has died, but Alemi to county. Corns officials say it's not yet clear whether Julian Karan's death was related to the injuries. He suffered in the collision at Ashby avenue and Fulton Street on March second, according to Berkeley police Karan was biking south on Fulton. When a driver crashed into leaving him with a severely broken leg before fleeing. And abandoning the car no arrests have been made in the case church members in San Jose who say that they were forced to sell their land in order to make room for the large Google complex downtown or pleading with the city council to let the move to another site. Members of temple law are Mosa church are requesting to move from their current location on south Montgomery street to another site on trade zone boulevard. Reverend Resmo nego address the Kasmin has Wien in downtown San Jose for close to seven years. It has been come to new immigrants light myself in my in my wife. Who find a safe and welcoming place in a large city in in a new country? Pastor of the church says they had little options other than the cell fearing, the city would seize the property through eminent domain the site that they're looking to move to is surrounded by labs and manufacturing facilities. Kisa VS. News time to forty four tiger making a move at the master's Kevin is coming up. What does building a better Bank? Look like it starts with building Capital, One cafes warm inviting places the feel nothing like typical Bank where you can open an account with no fees or minimum in five minutes. And you'll always find people ready to help you not sell. You. Welcome to banking reimagined..
Thermomix introduces a small appliance that can do it all
"Remember, those commercials that were on at two AM for kitchen appliances that can do it all dice it slices. It makes Julian. Fries. Well, here's an appliance that actually does do just about everything you could ask for in the kitchen, the Thermo mix TM six the latest smart appliance from voor work. It's here to save you counter space and help you get dinner on the table faster. If there's a task you need to do for meal preparation. Odds are you can count on the Thermo mixed. He six to take care of it. It's built with a stainless steel bowl state of the art blade a precision heating element and an embedded scale taken together. Those features give the appliance the ability to perform twenty different functions and techniques without requiring you to jump from one appliance to another cluttering the counter as you go with skiing caramelized Browning, chopping steaming. Sauteed blending boiling needing a Mosa firing. You name it. And the Thermo makes probably do it. The TM six is the latest version of Thermo mixes multipurpose. Kitchen appliance, and as you might expect it comes with some new and improved capabilities with just a push of a button TM six can perform slow cooking for things like pulled, pork or high temperature cooking for caramelized sugar. It can ferment things for homemade yogurt boil water for tea and blend for perfect smoothies. Cleanup also made incredibly simple, thanks to a pre cleaning mode that takes out some of the challenge presented by sticky dishes. The Thermo makes TM six is powered by a quad core processor, which enables the power of cook do a robust recipe platform packed with more than forty thousand cooking recipes with step by step instructions. So you can follow along for your meal preparation process with intelligent search filters and curated content based on your preferences in dietary restrictions, it's a breeze to find the perfect recipe any evening based on your available ingredients. It's all accessible on a six point eight edge
Drinking two or more diet beverages a day linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacks
"Show I die coke yesterday. And the reason why I had a diet coke because because I didn't want the calories Coca Cola, and I love Coca Cola. I like I could take like Coca Cola any day. I liked the songs of Coca Cola. I like the commercials of Coca Cola RC is good Pepsi's. Good. And some of the other colas don't give me a Shasta. Tell us a soda don't give me don't give me any of that. I like Coca Cola the best. But I don't want the sugar. So I will just to get a little bit of a taste of non water, drink a diet coke. But if they say two cans of sugar, free, diet drinks a day. It's going to increase your chance of heart attack or stroke by a third now, they looked at eighty thousand winning. So now, we're talking to win because, you know, people like well men always get heart attacks, you know, first of all, no men, don't always get heart attacks. Number two women are just at risk rally risk. And they say major study of eighty thousand women is one of the first times the risk of specific types of stroke in older women who drink diet drinks has been steady. I don't know if I'm considered older. Over fifty. Okay. Okay. I'm getting there though. I'm getting there in a hot second. Women who drank the fizzy drink are thirty one percent more likely to have a stroke caused by get this a blood clot because people go away. You're talking stroke, but what kind of stroke? You're talking about a schemic strokes or a hemorragic stroke. Where you bleed have a bleed to the brain. Caffeine in a drink could possibly do that. But they're actually talking which is what scares the hell out of me. Schemic strokes caused by blood clots. They say twenty nine percent more likely to develop heart disease. Sixteen percent more likely to die than women who rarely drink that why the hell is it affecting the heart and affecting the brain to that degree? So obviously, there's a similar mechanism at play with these diet drinks putting the war risk for clots. Now could be because of the insulin. The insulin induction from the very very highly. Sweet artificial sweetener artificial sweeteners are hundreds of times where Sweden real sugar. So I told you what ends up happening. This is why people gain weight on these streets. But what ends up happening is you start beating drink sweet and your brain notices because of your tongue, right? Your tongue has receptors that can tell the brain of something sweets coming or something salty coming. And so then the brain starts getting the body ready. So when something very very sweet like an artificial sweetener is coming down the pike. Your body gets ready and your pancreas gets a signal to start shooting out of insulin. This is why we get hypoglycemic with diet drinks because you end up taking a drink. There's really nothing to add there's no real nutritional value. And then you have all this insulin right going. Well, where's the sugar? And then whenever sugared finds it tries to move towards the cells. And then you end up not really feeding yourself. And so then the bodies like, whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Hold the phone. Okay. This Dalia chick is kinda stupid the leg. I know man. I told you Bob. Well, I, you know, I tried to give her the benefit of the doubt. So she drinks fake food. So she's gonna drink fake food. We need to slow down metabolism because she's not feeding us and we. Need to store up because I don't think she knows what's real food at what is I told you she's dove. So anyway, my body has this conversation all the time. And here, I am, you know, thinking, oh, you know, I'm going to let you know. Pretty like, what was it? It was it like Cindy Crawford us to do those diet drinks right back in the eighties or whatever. So I'm Christi Brinkley's. I'm like I'm going to look like that. When I'm in my forties. I'm drinking diet soda, and it doesn't work. But again, why would it make you clot? Well, it could be maybe the insulin. Or maybe it's just there's so many caustic things in these bubbly fizzy drinks that could be the unfortunately put you at risk now. Doctor Yasmin Mosa VAR Romani lead author of the study by the American Heart Association, American Stroke Association, said many, well, meaning people especially those who are overweight or obese drink low calorie sweetened drinks calories in their diet. They say our research, another observational. Studies
How to explain to your family what you do
"Happy Christmas if you need to explain what it is. You do to your loved ones today. We linked to a guide to talking to your family about podcasts. It's very good. A UK member of parliament Darren Jones has launched what he thinks is the first podcast for constituents only constituents being those in the area of Bristol north west that he represents Jones is a member of the labor party who are in opposition. And it's capable men has examined thirty-three best of podcast listed goals and has compiled the best of the best of the number. One is a joint one with cereal and someone else. Tech crunch has reviewed the Rhody Kosta pro podcast mixer, Woosh because correlation, right? Say prediction piece for podcasting in two thousand nine hundred nine he talks about pies teeth and the pointlessness of advertising rocket mortgage. And blue apron toss trillions. Andrew ram Sami has a cynical. Look the podcast here just gone in Nieman lab. And what happens when you ask your listeners to? Just send in audio Mosa. Magic happens. That's what try the last eighteen minutes of the latest reply all it's just brilliant at at times heartbreaking as well. And there's this just in time for Christmas day, British radio fans might enjoy radio one. Vintage set of shows I heard on a pop-up TB radio station last year and now packaged up as a podcast series. To celebrate the radio stations fiftieth birthday, and it's got jingles in it too.
To Curb Taliban, Afghan President Replaces Security Chiefs
"Herself to her role, and the people of Japan would sincerity the empress said he was relieved that his rain ending without Japan. Having been again being engaged in a war. Hundreds of Hindu hardliners have blocked a path leading to a well-known temple in southern India to stop a group of women from reaching the hilltop shrine. The temple has become a major battleground between Hindu radicals and gender activists since the Indian Supreme Court in a landmark ruling overturned a longstanding ban on women of childbearing age from visiting the shrine BBC news. This is from our own correspondent here on the BBC World Service. I'm PASCAL harsher. Hello and welcome to the program that takes you to places others. Don't reach in this edition. We visit the Somali town where pirates once flaunted their ill-gotten bling. We also follow a dramatic story of one woman's escape from violence in Cameroon with little granddaughter into and we meet a man helping to keep a dying language alive. I I to Hungary. I don't know what's happening to my country. A young Hungarian woman told me recently, it's crazy what the government is doing. It. Seems that many Hungarians from right to left are alarmed at the policies, the Prime Minister Viktor Orban, and his feeders party of pushing through he had already increased his power to controversial extent. As far as the e u is concerned and more recently, a new Bill, which almost doubles, the hours of overtime, an employer can demand from their staff sparked demonstrations across Hungary from Budapest, Nick, THORP examines. How this crisis came to be two bronze lions flank the steps of the Hungarian parliament. They're proud forms appearing and disappearing through the billowing red white and green smoke from the protesters flares peg tyre on the steps between them stand. The riot police in full dress uniform tear gas canisters of the ready like Roman centurions. Arranged for a family photograph. It's an image which would have given the famous Hungarian architect Imre style. The mastermind of the parliament building and champion of symbolism. Pause for thought were the lines flanked by police protecting Hungarian sovereignty from the mob as the carefully scripted government. Messages would have us believe or were the lions blessing the people as they tried to retake. They're building from corrupt power hungry, mafia as the messages circling on the leaflets in the crowd suggest the roots of the protests live far away in another country with a lot of problems lines Britain at least half a million young skilled Hungarians who've left their homeland in recent years, mostly for Britain, they left for good economic reasons a minimum hourly wage four times higher than in Hungary, many others now leaving for political reasons to according to agency which finds jobs for them and interviews them beforehand. They say they've had enough of Prime Minister Viktor Auburn his feet as party and their eight year rule, the four million also Hungarian employees left behind a being asked to work longer and longer hours to cope with the ensuing labor shortage on the twelfth of December the government pushed a law through parliament, which would increase the ceiling on annual overtime hours from two hundred fifty two four hundred Hungarian jewelry work the equivalent of thirty one days overtime a year. The new law adds another nineteen to that a total of fifty extra days a year, meaning employers could demand a six day working week German car giants like Audi Mercedes and the new kid on the block BMW a drawn here by the fact that Hungarian labor is cheaper than robots and the tax breaks unfavorable exchange rates as they pay their workers in Hungarian foreign and so they caused for euros. But the social consequences of overwork. Wherever it takes place on dia, Hungary, has one of the lowest life expectancies in the EU who actually asked for the new overtime law, not necessarily the Germans Karoi. Judge. A trade union leader told me, though, they would certainly have been pleased by it more likely the owners of the many medium and small enterprises in the ruling party's empire. He suggested the vote in favor of the law should have sailed through parliament powered by these strong feeders majority instead opposition MP's, ambushed it blowing whistles and sirens. An occupying the stairs to stop the speaker reaching his pulpit. One politician. Ben Saito die broadcast the whole four hour drama live on Facebook. There were two point four million views Prime Minister Viktor Orban comes across as a weak and powerless figure in the videos alerted to. What was happening by toward is livestream. The protesters gathered in front of the building and the standoff began. For several months after his landslide reelection in April. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban seemed to have the wind in his sales. But in just the last two weeks because of the protests, the wind direction has changed and blowing the smoke in the prime minister's is as well. As those of the riot police the new law this proven deeply unpopular opposed by eighty three percent of those consulted by one polling agency. Even before the protests began last Sunday, they marched on the state television station, which they denounced as a factory of lies when opposition MP's were prevented. From reaching the live studio to read out their demands, the event was also rich in historical symbolism in one thousand nine hundred eighty six the Hungarian uprising against the communist regime began when protesters were prevented from reading demands on Hungarian radio in the past week protests, civil said being organized in towns across the country and March is held to. Local media which now under government control back at the parliament, building the lines lookout on a snowy landscape on tourists Christmas decorations and policemen mildly festive in their red hats and on protest his happy Christmas. Happy Christmas John the crowd as though Christmas too is a match that they just have to win. Nick, stop our next. Stop is a town that became famous for all the wrong reasons, I'll in Somalia's semi autonomous region of Puntland was thrown to the center of global attention. When an American flag chip was captured by pirates operating from the town that was nine years ago. Now when I'll was known as the hub of Somali piracy, the pirates and their riches have largely gone now imprisoned dead or moved on to karma waters. But what has become of I'll and soy has been. Into safer self. Boat approaches the town of a I can't help. But notice the beautiful landscape. It time is trip of white Sunday beach is dotted with a mixture of modern buildings in traditional mix. Shift shelters behind. It is a dramatic Gordon Brown cliff possibly hundreds of meters, high it breaks to the left to reveal the distant horizon Puntland imagine how beautiful the setting this would be to shoot a movie instability in this country is the obvious deterrent. But I have really been immortalised on film, captain Phillips the Hollywood blockbuster. Starring Tom Hanks is based on the true story of an American captain Richard Phillips in two thousand nine he will sailing from Oman in the Middle East to Mamba Kenya. When his ship was captured by four heavily armed Somali pirates on skiffs, led by Abdul say the forced the American. Onto one of their boats and tried to take him ashore dramatic risk emission followed involving a US navy destroyer and seal commandos, captain Phillips will saved Mosa arrested and the other pirates killed I think of that film. They arriving Abdulah Busey's hometown, not knowing what to expect but locals tell me the little drummer here. These days the threat of piracy has declined thanks in part to the UN Security Council's decision ten years ago to allow ships to enter Somali territorial waters at the time pirates like Mosul parading with impunity the tuck ships almost every day and often return to I to try and blend into the community donors paid in brunson's flowed freely here as huge sums were paid to secure the release of ships and their crew the pirates lead lodge in. By the residents. Tell me just as they did it see the pirates terrorized people here to the locals soon grew to resent this treatment, the pirates don't come here anymore. A police chief Mohammad diarrhea SUV tells me proudly EMMY legal boats would be brought here by PM PF and rewarding with them. He PM PF is the Puntland maritime police force which has been expanding with help from the European Union. It's now the biggest marine police force in Somalia with eight hundred recruits some of them took up strategic positions around the town ahead of our rival holding rifles and tearing away from the sea into the vast country, insecurity and land is still a major problem. The Al Qaeda linked. Al Shabaab militants are active to the south local leader of these Lennox state group holds an enclave to the north, and there were fears some. Pirates may simply be lying low. But there is growing optimism in. By a group of women wash and sliced fresh fish on the beach before laying them on a mesh the local authorities king to read I of its association with piracy the women want to build businesses to process and sell their fish won't tourist to come one man tells me the persona much to see and learn from the springs that drain into the ocean to this twitching natural beauty of the land. Not to mention is on history. Overlooking the ocean is a historic fort built by Mohammed Abdullah Hassan. The charismatic religious and cultural chief who led a twenty year resistance against British and colonial rulers his religious zeal and brutal tactics in battle on him. The nickname the mud Mola. He continues to inspire some of the most ruthless
"mosa" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Trying to make a difference right now. I've got Lindsay glass the executive director of the forgotten dog here. Hi, thank you so much for being here. Well, thank you. So very much for inviting me, can you tell us a little bit about how you became a dog rescuer. What's really funny is? I actually was not even a dog lover, I was a cat rescue and a cat level for a long time and took was one little tiny black Huahua, oh fifteen years ago, and his name is Preston and east around, and I rescued him and that was the beginning of my rescue life. How long have you had the foundation for I started the forgotten dog foundation in two thousand and nine I had been rescuing with other rescue groups and came to the decision that it made sense. And what would you say sets you apart from other rescue organizations? I think there are a lot of amazing amazing rescue organizations out there. I think we are very very hands on and we also don't cage dogs once we get a dog, they go directly into a fostering environment. They get immediately the love and care and attention. I'm also a Jewish mother. So I cook for mine, and I've got my boss doing nice, home cooked, chicken and. I found it's been a big asset to rehabilitating. We don't do instant adoptions. We do one to two week trial period. Okay. We do a home check. So, you know, those are just I think some people love it people. Don't love we're very very hands on what is the process of adopting a dog from your organization. So the dog's old posted on the internet. He non pet finder adopted patriots ski me whatever, you know, whatever sites they appear also on our website once you put in an Email application request. We send you back an application. It is full pages. And people say it's a house mortgage than it is to dog. But and then we hold it option events twice a month either in valley village, or in Pacific Palisades, come and meet the dog, we meet you. We meet your family with into a home. Visit. And then we if all looks good. We start a trial. And it's as I said, we don't want the pressure of the wrong dog being in the wrong harm. Yeah. You definitely want the dog back during the trial period. I wanted to get into that a little more because you're saying that some people complain about the the application process being so long, but I totally. Get it. Rescues do that. Because you want to make sure that the dogs are going to the right home. But if you could just, you know, explain a little more about that. So people understand the process is for reason. Yeah. It's funny. I totally get how it's so easy. And God bless everybody. Please rescue from shelters many people to just go to the shelter. They also have a screening process. It's just not as extensive and they're doing the volume that we're not doing. So that's the sort of the, you know, we doing smaller numbers. So we can take the time to be a little more Malva process. I mean for me, it's really I we put we put a lot into the dogs. We save not just financially, and we we do put a lot in. If this jury we just did a surgery on a puppy that was major hot surgery in a broken bones. So not only just the rehabilitated dogs. We just feel that all the dogs. We have I look them in the eye in doing this for fifteen years and tell them I'm not gonna just give you a okay life. I'm going to give you a so the boss said pretty high, which is why for us the screening process is. Intensive Mosa than as a citizen shelter. But I I have wonderful adopters who we stay in touch with and get Christmas cards from Tom. I just opted to an an elderly couple who adopted a Chihuahua from ten years ago. And they she passed away. She was sixteen and they just adopted another one. Oh. Yep. We just. Yeah. So that makes it nice to ship the relationship and being able to keep up with those dogs. They my favorite thing is because I foster really often my favorite is when the dogs get adopted, and I can follow them on Instagram like their adopters. Let's start their own Instagram page for the dog. And then I can still see what they're doing. And it's just I love when I can still follow up with my fosters and see them living an amazing life. It's the best. It is. I mean in my days made yesterday, I'm a an LAPD cop adopted a puppy from me about a year ago, musty year. And just yesterday, you know, I got a picture of him with the dog we'd house snuggled up against him. And he just said, you know, pipers the greatest dog, and we love her, and it just, you know. Yeah, it's all people from all different walks of life. And it just those those make my day, you know, following those dogs and seeing the progress and is great. And where do your dogs come from do you pull from shelters? So we're a combination. We we do we do of Spain you the program. In Tijuana, and we do send a lot of food across the border. So we we have some dogs coming from Mexico. We have a lot of strays a lot of street dogs at ton also owner relinquish which is a little trickier. But you know, when owners are desperate. I'd rather do pre shelter rescue is how I like to think about our organization, and we do pull from the shelters as well. We just pulled a senior poodle. From east valley? So you know, what what are some important information that you would like to share with anyone who's thinking of getting a dog? So the most important thing for me is safety first and believe it or not love second. My my my my least favorite thing is, you know, dogs without collars, please, please please put an ID collar and tag on your dog and only take it off when your dog is being groomed. And actually with us. It's contractual do not let your dog live outside alone. Dogs all want to be part of the family. You know, make sure you've got the time and energy for the for the pet when you get them. And that you you could include them into your lives in a positive very, very important. Not only to keep a caller and tag on your dog unbelievably important to microchip your dog. And you know, these keep them indoors during fourth of July. What do you need? Are you Anita fosters and volunteers and what what goes into being a foster and how long does get thanks. For that question. That's a great question. He thank you. We absolutely always need fosters bosses are lifesavers. You know, fostering, a doggy equals I saved a life because without fosters. We are not able to bring in new dogs if we don't have a foster available. So we are always looking for foster as I literally just just as I walked in. Here got a text from the prior adopter of a little dog. And of course, there's a post on Facebook about a Chihuahua at a shelter. I kill shelter. That's going to be killed today. Now if I had a foster lined up good save that dog today. I mean, I'm going to I'm going to run around see what I can do after I leave here but foster save lives, and what's involved as we give you all the food. We give you all the bedding. We cover all medical the dogs continue to go to our vets. We all there for you all the time and volunteers with our adoption events twice a month. I said one in valley village in Pacific Palisades, we love to have volunteers. Do you rescue mostly small dogs or big dogs too? We do we do both. We tend to have more small than big. Although we have a full pit bulls right now and another big dog that we just took in Rhodesian ridgeback. So we probably our ratio is probably more small too big. I'll big dogs all go through training the trainer before they ever go into even a foster. We do mostly I would say we all mostly small dog rescue. And do you also do special need dogs or medical do a lot? Yes. In fact, we really do I I love taking in medical and special needs. I think those dogs and the transformation and getting them to be way better than they is is really something. I I enjoy doing. And I love I love taking on dogs that nobody else will take on. We always have dogs that what we call long term rehab. We probably have five or six right now. Would you say that being a rescuer is harder now than it was fourteen years ago when you began the organization has gotten harder or easier? That's a great question too. I think it's both it's easier because of social media social media has been as you know. Yes. Massive difference in getting the would out we didn't have that ability began fourteen years ago. So social media has been extraordinary, however on the other side, I don't feel that there's less you. There's less less dogs to save. They're less dogs in the shelters, which is a standing. I think we need to really really get strict on us bay new too low is I think that's probably the advocacy work is a big part of it. So but social media, I think massive difference to saving dogs lives brings me to my next question for you. Why should dogs be spayed or neutered? I it's so important to do. But it seems to be the biggest reason why there are so many pets in the shelter system. Yeah. I mean, the main the main thing is the proliferation. So a female dog can in the course of one year give both twice at least twice to between six and ten poppies. So go ahead and multiply that just for one dog and then. Imagine that her offspring are not spayed neutered. And you're talking in the hundreds of thousands of dogs that we don't need Elsa. For health reasons. I'm prostate cancer for male dogs and can't you know masses with female dogs. We definitely rescue large number of female dogs at half mast cell tumors because they weren't made. So there's a health factor as well. In in terms of why the cost obviously, we need more free Spain utilize the Knicks low cost spay neuter clinics. I don't blame people if the choice is one hundred dollars to neater dog or the rent. I don't I understand that. So I think we need to really work very hard to create most Baynunah programs. So where do people go if they want to donate funds, if they want to check out your events or look into fostering, or even look at your dogs available to adopt, your.
"mosa" Discussed on Undisclosed
"Remember, the theory here, isn't that Dennis Perry was making this journey in the daytime he was doing it at nine o'clock at night. When I was stayed in Canada county after I went back and night to try. Yeah. I didn't get very far. Night. I was already. I have foam of flashlights already cheating and their branches started hitting my legs. And I was like. I don't have to do this. I'm not gonna do it. Broad daylight hours. Like. Could be critters things. No, I like hiking and hiking in the dark is not something. I had a problem with but hiking through swampy land on a poorly defined path given that I couldn't actually prove the conditions there now where the same conditions face. But someone fleeing whereas daughter back in eighty five and given 'em this actually met anything I decided to take a passing experiment, but even assuming the land back there now is similar to how it was back then could someone of cross from seventeen spring at night without a flashlight and with no flirted with path. I don't know. But I'm very skeptical that anyone would have tried. It'd be a crazy decision to make even in the heat of a frantic moment. Sides. There is no evidence whatsoever. That that's what actually happened here. Jane beaver was just speculating. She had no idea what passer back there, and she had no idea those Perry new passer back there. She was just guessing. But at trial when this whole theory was suddenly sprung on the defense out of nowhere. The defensive caught off guard. They'd never heard about these firebreaks in the moment. They'd had no way to counteract Jane beaver speculation with actual facts. Bottomline disclose theory. Yes. The defense would have been prepared to put on permeation about. The duster. The reason why is that going to help you? He's not guilty because he didn't walk here guilty because he drove a car there. There's no indication that he had a duster. Well, how how's it says one witnesses bullshit, but? That really. It shows that they don't have any done this. They don't that is true. I was being too cynical defeatist here Jeffers, right? If the defense had known the firebreaks if they'd known that was the theory in advance they could have not only investigated how likely that claim really was. But they also prepared to introduce a trial all the evidence. The killer driven corridors daughter something that going into trial. The defense must have been assuming the state would planet. Introducing that evidence. Largely never did come in not directly. Only one of the jersey spoke to even picked up on it. Instead Mosa jurors believed in this Perry had walked rising daughter. And so they believed to his.
"mosa" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast
"Your own Bloody Mary bar or bottomless most is for the steep price of about twenty bucks. The decision was always kinda made for us. Bloodier Mosa Mosa our bloody, but I've actually found that I wasn't sure if either really worked for me with bloodies Annapolis always seem to follow. And with Moses, my old man acid reflux would kick in before I could even fathom getting to the bottom of the bottomless. I had to turn to other options. I've taught at a previous episode about the all mighty savior that is dressed Takata catis. But here's some other viable options for those mornings and you feel like mixing it up. Let's begin with the greyhound. Let's begin with the greyhound vodka with splash grapefruit juice. It's the perfect replacement for the freeness of without the sugar of the champagne grapefruit juice. Well, not all that chug -able is enough to mask the memories you may or may not have vodka soda for the night before dangerous. Yeah, maybe a little bit tasty. Nonetheless, if you're trying to dress it up, it's fairly easy to turn it into a salty dog by requesting some salt around the rim, careful though your faces Ardy puffy enough without throwing some more salted in the mix. And then there's a staple the Mitchell outta it made with beer lime juice, assorted sauces, spices and peppers, and that it served in a chilled salt rimmed glass sometimes. Okay. I, I guess most times when I've at brunch a cold beer will trigger the shampoo effect and made me feel much much more buzz than I really am with Mickle otter. It's distant cousin, the dress Takata, all the spice additional greediest caused me to slow down a bit and savor it rather than get directly back on the trade in the same family is that is the beer Mosa and yeah, it's pretty much exactly what it sounds like your traditional Mosa. But with beard said of champagne per second, grab a Belgian style, wheat beer. You know, like a Heff Elisa with some orange juice that's not minute maid. Combined the two, your liking, toss it at orange slice for good measure. One of the added benefits of this is that you can make it easily from home given that you have the right beer on hand, have I tried it with a non, we beer like a Miller lighter Labatt well. Yeah, I'm not too proud to admit that was a great though, but at least took the edge off. If you're looking hit the hard stuff, there's no shame in indulging darkened story. The national drink of Bermuda darkened stories are almost as idiot. Proof is beer. Most giving you have the right ingredients at your disposal, some dark, rub a splash ginger beer and is much lime as you want the easiest.
"mosa" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
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"mosa" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"What's up? How are you? Good, man. Thank you. On rescuing animals. Other cars. My first question would be was this at a house or someone's resident? No, it wasn't a mall parking lot ballpark in my heart. My second responsibility. Why not get security or just call the cops mall? Gotta be close to the sheriff's officer. The baby the baby breaking that window. Thank you. That's what you should do in that situation. But what I tried to say before you talked all over. He was the fact that you don't always think things through and if you're an animal lover and you see a dog in their sweltering to death. You might find yourself breaking the window. Well, who are you going to call? And are they going to rush over to get that dog out of their dogs? But in there for three hours already like he's on the verge of dying. So would it be right to call nine one one? I don't know. But can we have whoever made the the bone thing? Put the it's not a buffet brunch. Who made this who made this graphic? I don't know. Do we know who did that Kayla? Who fuck I love buck. He does a great job, and it's not a buffet brunch. It just need to they just need to remove the word buffet. It's great. It looks awesome. And drew Mosa. Andrew short repetitive. But it says Saturday buffet brunch. And we just want to make sure that people know that it's not a buffet. We're having a branch though. Yes. But not a buffet brunch. Did you hear the promo? You know? I know it played last break. But I was too busy to. Miguel by the way said he's wearing nothing right now. And then he said pics question, Mark. I don't think I'm ready for that in our relationship yet. Why not why work with him? I don't wanna see what he's what he's packing. He said barring gay guy said so a bit more rough. I can go with it. I needed someone to be tender with me told you I think my I think my preference for God's back is this led him to the point where he fix. I want him to be rough obsessed preference. But really what he's showing is that he can work with anything right now. Which means.
"mosa" Discussed on WRVA
"Who he we have out here? Let us go to Joe Columbus, New Jersey on the Mark Levin app. Go. Hey, mark. How are you? Very. Well. Thank you, sir. I guess should we be surprised let alone? Give this idiot Booker the airtime. We're all giving him. He's he substituted in tell me just answer that I think we should get more airtime because he's killing any chances. He has being present the United States in my view, we just refer them as grand standard, then because the best thing here. But a lot of people who are working all day long. Don't hear him. So I can say grant standard. But they won't know what I'm talking about substitutes intelligence for articulation like these new age Democrats are these days. That's all he is the articulates with nothing. He's dead air, and I live in south jersey and even down here, we're sick of them because it's ironic. His whole career has been a sham and the stunt. He pulled off today was a sham. That's all. He's good for. He's playing to his base. And that's what the media due to they play to their base. Which is of course, the democrat party base. Stupidity mark. It's just plain stupidity. Little ego in and there you go. That's that's who you got this idiot. All right, Joe. You know, conservatives in blue states suffer like hell, there's no question about it. Mark norfolk. Connecticut, the great WABC go right ahead. It is truly an honor to speak with you. And we are lucky to have you on our side. Thank you. I've been listening to you taking your show your Sunday show. So I can teach my grandchildren about the truth. Anyway, I I was watching the first day of the hearings, and I was fully ashamed of our Senator blooming idiot who spoke out of turn and was one of the loudest voice is to try to shut down the proceedings, and I was just like I was dumbstruck. I can't believe that more than half the people in my state, actually support this guy. Yeah. Even even as the low standards for Mosa democrat members of congress. This guy's like at the lowest of the love. Okay. Thank. Truly believe. So I mean in these creepy. He talks creepy. He is creepy. Just just he just doesn't have. He just doesn't have any any anything. Good to say. He was when he had got to interview him the next day. Which was what today he he actually shut them down shut down the judge. When he started to answer one of the questions asked him a question. Whether the judge began to answer he shut them down and went on to another question because he didn't want to hear the answer. It just disgusting. I really think as painful as it is the more Americans who watch these hearings the worst the democrat party does. Particularly Kamala Harris, Cory Booker Bowman thaw, all of them railing little dick Durbin, they just come across very very badly. All right, my friend. I appreciate your call. Let's keep going Joey. Binghamton New York. The great w d g j go Mark nice talking to you. I really admire you, and I watch her Sunday night show. I thought the last Sunday night show was great. Glued device critical. Our can I can I announce something while you're here? And I apologize for interrupting. The plan. Now is I don't even know if I'm allowed to tell you this. I mentioned it before that it's true. That at seven PM on Saturday nights. They're going to run the show that I had the Sunday before on FOX that's the plan and then a new show on Sunday night..
"mosa" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"This just. Just bothers me, man, that people would spend their Saturday though. Louder. It just bothered me. People spend their Saturday fighting in the streets of Portland. See someone get knocked out. That. Must've. Talk. We. By the way I was doing those USA chance long time ago, his video of me doing USA chance, please don't anyone find that and put that up now. Like I'm a fuck in. I'm a racist time like our country. I used to USA chance all the time. All right. Let's get out of that. This woman made gourmet Oreos and they couldn't show she should call them Borio. It's the most boring fifteen minute video I've ever seen in my entire life. That's me. I want to show this one clip of. Here's my stories we took, oh, here's boss pool training of obsessed. This Amanda seals. Here's a her profile. Comic comfort. That's Darren night. This is Jeff Ross. This is the Akron trailer looks fucking bad ass. I'll just play the very beginning of it for you. The Akron trailer. My daughter's watched it together. It's just fucking awesome. By the way, this is an aquaman ship Zam. She's amls fucking good too. I know I can't believe I'm saying that, but she's fucking fat ass. Look at the beginning of trailer ready. They're talking to. Permission to come aboard. This guy's such a fucking bad Aspro dude. I'm obsessed with his Instagram. Have you looked at it? He's like, he's. He's worked with this company that bills like super RV's and they're like he works with like nine different companies. She Jason MoMA is that his name. Mo- Mosa Mosa. Jason motza is fucking bad ass. He also works at the company that makes clothes that they like where they make them beat the fuck out of and then give to you like covered in dirt like he like he's a fucking interesting guy married to Lisa Bonet. Q. mansion that. That's the beginning trail. You can't see it, but it looks bad ass..
"mosa" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch
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Movie producer Weinstein pleads not guilty to new sex assault charge
"The superseding indictment of harvey weinstein this morning he was back in court for arraignment on the new charges as he did in the first two cases harvey weinstein pleaded not guilty in this third sexual assault case is attorney ben brooklyn is the weinstein has told me and i have told court that his primary objective is to clear his name the new charges date back to two thousand six rothman denies his client is ed nonconsensual sex gloria allred represents this third alleged victim in order to attempt to prove consent you wouldn't need to call mr weinstein to the witness stand to testify under oath allred targeting brockman by saying my client will take the stand will yours al jones ten ten wins at manhattan criminal court wins news time to well three eight out five to go but they'll have to spend another night deep inside a flooded cave in thailand here's correspondent ivan watson the rescue operations have been suspended now night has fallen but it was another productive day four more voice brought from deep within the mountain where they have been stuck for more than two weeks in a cavern more than two miles into the mountain brought out one by one bringing up the number ten eight now rescued between sunday and monday all the rescued boys are now receiving medical care the boys are being brought out one by one accompanied by two divers and it takes hours to negotiate she ate the flood sometimes tight tunnels still inside or perched on a small muddy ledge surrounded by water wins news time four search continues at instead lake park for a teenager who went missing more than a week ago on the ten ten wins ring central newsline here's our carol de oriente or at least four dozen law enforcement officials looking for nineteen year old louis mosa of westbury he's been missing for twelve days his stepmother suzanne bayer said the searches in hempstead lake state park because someone sent an anonymous tip to lewis's cousin jason come over and check the park and the pond area both sides of the therapy and good luck god blood's so we're hoping for the best possible outcome nassau county police commissioner patrick ryder said he doesn't believe the teen's disappearance is connected to gang like ms thirteen and the stepmother said lewis is not in a gang but sometimes hangs out with bad people carol korea.
"mosa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Mosa area i mean it's an amazing operation though there's nine hundred firefighters who were taken on this fire there working really hard and i think we're feeling good about it although it's likely going to burn for a while and you've got several fires currently burning in the state the newest one buffalo mountain you've got you know over one hundred fire crews on hand there does that hurt your resource situation there in durango so far not so much because you know the work as i said nine hundred people i met i met firefighters from california from oregon i mean we deploy a lot of forces from the western states because we have these great cooperative agreements and we've been really hitting the silverton fire from what i heard they just because it's so close to home so good news on the durango fire is not one structures benefactor in people should just understand to firefighting which i've learned a lot about in the last couple of years sometimes you set more fires to be able to fight the fires and so there is some intentional moving of the fire so that you can kind of catch it they call it a catcher's mitt and it moves it away from places that are vulnerable so there's a little bit of smoke but there's some containment going on at the same time the term fight fire with fire governor i wanted to ask what a few moments that we have left at the same time with the resources being thin and i know that's got to be a concern for you but with the fire danger in the fire seasons getting longer and getting more intense how do we as a state continued to not blow through the resources and and really rack up some dead and some issues.
"mosa" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Should go well it's always great and mosul or something you know enjoy the day enter a mom mosa mosa either they thought so i'm not gonna do anything for mother's day i'm gonna avoid the lives and celebrate it on friday especially for mother's day because he actually get away from the children sometimes i love avalon it's it's a good place by mother's day is take him out what's over a lapaz i wholly understood about every three words he said i think he was going to take his mother to a restaurant called la paz and i wasn't quite sure what he thought after that whatsoever i la paz somebody i see is good faith food she must be she must be very very grateful of a beautiful sun like yourself i don't know about gray fall but she's got a pretty feed man i plan on making her the happiest woman alive i am going to buy her the best tequila there is and i won't get her up we're probably gonna do some rollerblading some as the skater kids call it fruit booting is your is your mother have mad skills on blades mad skills no tricks but she can go in a straight line she's got fragile bones okay so you gotta be very careful there ramstein how are you going to treat your lovely mother on mother's day wrong with now last night was not the first night that you went to that bar was it no that might have been the second or third night this week so we need to change of music for this particular one.
Manchester United sink Liverpool, unsavoury scenes at West Ham
"Here and pardon me well we had a very exciting game mentors united versus liverpool a northern rivalry leg new other what a first half by manchester united is wanna start off by saying i knew marne you have so much say about this your team by gotta say when i see manchester united play the way they played that first half i think they can compete with like most teams in europe and i'm just being honest when i see the way that you guys like how lukoil holds of the ball how deva heya with to the most scrumptious long balls i've ever seen in my life sixty arturs easily and seeing a youngster such as marcus rash furred put the goals away i really think that if men united can play both half's like the way they did against liverpool and how ashley young so gracefully also instagram to put mosa la in his back pocket which is kind of like actual young actually young's cut in the later half of his years he's having quite a a spring of word a resurfacing this year is urging resurgence thank you this year but wow you guys played stupendous and just put the pressure on and just it was so great to watch that first half virgil van dyke had a missed opportunity as a header which he definitely should've put away but god damn the first half i was very impressed with you guys yeah it was a really awesome to see as united fan and some of my enthusiasm some of my happiness has definitely gone back because we just watched the united severe game where united crashed out but i'm still gonna try and be optimistic and talk for you.