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Atlanta Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is dangerously kooky. Apparently, that’s just what her voters want.
"Meets module retailer green in congress. She represents georgia's fourteenth district right outside atlanta and in life. She represents some views right outside of reality. Marjorie taylor green. She won her house race for a district in northwest georgia. She has in the past promoted. That cunanan conspiracy theories q. Is a patriot. We know that for sure but we do not know who q. Is people believe that q is someone very close to president trump. according to him many in our government are actively worshiping satan or they call moloch. I mean is it going to be true that the child pedophilia and the elites in the washington. Dc is that what we're really going to see them out is it going to be satanic worship q. Was in the house of representatives Loops now marjorie taylor. Green is hardly the first member of congress to hold some out their beliefs. I mean ted cruz believes that bid as working for him but cunanan is not just extreme. It's usual people. How are you going to be in the government and believe that the government is full of satan worshipping sex predators. It must be exhausting to be walking around the halls of congress. Just constantly opening doors like ta. Now just a supply closet. Gotcha now just a copy room fire. Now that's my office man. I'm so lost and it's not just cunanan. In fact it seems like green has a conspiracy theory for every letter of the alphabet the trump backing republican embraces completely false in on conspiracy theories and in a newly uncovered video from twenty eighteen claimed former president obama is muslim. The clintons had jfk junior killed and even questioned whether a plane crashed into the pentagon on nine. Eleven it's odd. There's never any evidence sean. For a plane and the pentagon facebook posts have surfaced in which green called the deadly parkland high school suiting. Fake along with video showing her harassing parkland shooting survivor. David hogg red light gun laws that attack our second amendment right. How do you get avid gun. Owners and people that support the second amendment to give up their guns and go along with anti gun legislation. How do you do that. Maybe you accomplish that by performing mass shooting into a crowd that is very likely to be conservative. Is that what happened in las vegas. Have you seen the picture of ruth. Baiter gingrich walk into the airport. Butler hillary clinton so is interesting. So i do not believe that was ruth negga. I don't think so. I don't need wow okay. So our bg has body double. Hillary clinton has a body double one makes it sound like everyone has their own body double. I mean that's such a silly thing to believe you'll the weekend they're onto us get out of them and raw but the big question is how did osama bin karen get elected to congress in the first place well it turns out she was lucky to be one of nine republicans running for the seat. So everyone's attention was spread around instead of focused on her kind of like how. There are so many different kinds of oreo. Now that you hardly even notice that one of the flavors of human flesh and while some of the cuban on stuff did come out mostly what voters knew about her was that she was a hardcore trump supporter. And yet she sometimes sounded like a crazy person but only in a comforting familiar way. She's a former trough in gym owner. Who has a few roles editor father's construction company but really has no political background at all. America's the greatest country in the world. We need conservatives in washington that will keep it that way. The democrat party is no longer an american party. They are now the party of socialism. They wanna rip our borders wide open. They wanna kill babies up until birth. And maybe even afterwards i have a message for antifa terrorists. Stay the hell out of northwest georgia god. Damn i'm no which house. I'm skipping on halloween. And by the way everyone's freaking out about greens cunanan on beliefs. But if you ask me. The scary cultures involved in is crawford's scientology jumping jacks but yes aside from the cul stuff a lot of greens. Beliefs are typical for today's republicans. But she also has a little extra something that makes the far right. Love her even more. It's racist
"negga" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"It must have been neck and neck also like what an old asked name. This proves it. Because i've never seen this many people over fifty years old on famous birthdays route bitter ginsburg number two ruth. Jones never heard of her. That ruth is leg. Group is on the way out like we need a young ruth is what you're saying. Well we do. We have a fifteen year old ruth who was number one. She's a tv actress. Fifteen years old. She is on a disney channel. Show called sydney to the max. I'm not gonna look up with. That is putting everything in her bus her basket that ruth a young ruth are only yeltsin. Apparently so many of the. Ruth's here are over. Thirty many of them are over forty and one two three four five six of the top twenty eight are fully dead so dislike. Ruth is an old name reducing oil name. There's not much competition. When it comes to women who actors of that age like a tension but still there identically famous. I think we settled it. I'm willing to say that. Because i think if you literally like did put up the weights like the justice weights the deep one of those called the scales on my god the field for scales of justice just with weights and put all those things on each side. It would even out the seals like the first time this has happened and it only came up because both their names are ruth like otherwise. It's kind of hard to find such like an even match. We should think of more like even matches with the same first name. No no i've just people. It's pretty funny that they have the first name right. Well that's how we got to this point but yeah yeah okay. Next call Just learned that. Elvis got like the polio vaccine. Or something on live. Tv to convince people were safe Who do you think should spawned the corona virus vaccine. Just you know. Pick a rosser who you think would get the most of Most of the people who need to get it all right. Thanks so. Elvis got the polio vaccine on tv. I didn't know that that's kind of incredible. Yeah so who which celebrities would need to get the covid vaccine on tv to prove it was safe. Or who would they choose. Who's the most reliable and part of me is like overall famous and lovable people but part of me is also like maybe pointed towards the demographic of people who might not want to get the covid vaccine so like that kind of changes the list a little bit but i think overall it would be like our president or vice president like rena. Thanks even though he already had it beyond say obama. Yeah obama biden kamla. But like whenever you go into like. It makes sense. That i think by mcconnell are definitely going to do it obama's probably definitely going to do it but like they're already. They are inherently politicized. So it's like who is someone. Everyone can agree. What is america's breakfast at tiffany's and is it like betty white. I don't even wanna say. We'll tom hanks as you said he already had it. I don't think that'll work harry styles. I definitely should because that gets young people. Who's just some person that everyone can agree on like. Does that person even exist anymore. You know i don't know. Well it's right. This is like the same thing. With the fracturing the fracturing of culture and celebrity where it's like is there one person that we're all like. Wow that's funny. You put betty white in here because of like the betty white on. Snl betty white like everyone loves betty white. Everyone loves betty. White that it But it's like. I still don't think that these people are as overarching as we think they are. In this weird way where it's like. Maybe that's just because house splintered. Everything is you know. There's not one representation of somebody. We all love but everyone loves like celebrities and like movie stars or whatever across the board. So maybe someone like betty white or tom. Hanks still has that type of power. Is it just the other thought that i had was just straight up like everyone in the marvel. Movies like every single marvel person everyone in the captain. America believe everyone in the black panther movies all of them do it together because we know that they love to lake join forces and take a stand together. If we if the chris pratt drama taught us anything they are willing to. I think that works. I feel like that's the broadest piece of culture. Now marvel yeah. Everyone watches marvel. It's by and large a political thing. The marvel lineup. It'd be fun if they line them all up and then they just like that would be a real show of it. I think that that's really the way. But i think i really think this stuff's going to happen like the stuff is gonna happen like were joking about this but like they're definitely going to be famous people publicly taking vaccines to samuel jackson. Yeah robert downey. Junior is out of this mark. Ruffalo chris ride lubaton yongbo right. Who else. I'm looking through all of these people and you know what throw in jeremy renner throw in thomas it'll stem. I don't want him. But i sort of suspect. Scarlet doesn't wanna take it. But i digress like avengers people make sense to me yes i think it's i think it's funny. 'cause the truly the biggest mass media we is these marvel movies. Is these superhero movies. Unfortunately this is the. This is the representation of our of our mass media. Like these are the that alive jordan. It's like everybody's watching this. The super bowl is there a sports person. I don't even think so at this point like it literally is like marvel movies anyway. Let's a quick round of yes and no ten a. b. icon. I just got my sapped on box which you know. I'm just feeding into capitalism. With all back but i love it and it gives me those search in so i was looking in. There's an advertisement for the the iconic lindsay. Bobby your term always and smell. I have been recently bartered with advertisements for pan. 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Healing Properties of Shungite: A Crystal for Healing & Purification
"And, now it's time for us to dive into our main topic for today the Healing Properties of shown guides with as I mentioned is crystal for healing and purification. Now, you know that I usually like to start these healing properties episodes off with a little affirmation that has come through from the crystal. But today we're going to approach this episode just a little bit different than usual. So Sean Guy is an amazing stone for healing and of course, for purification, but it is a little bit controversial due to some of the claims being made about its use and I was actually recently interviewed for an article at mind body green about the properties and benefits. Of. Shown guy for this reason, it has really become super mainstream but there are important things to keep in mind when it comes to shun guy and I received so many requests for information about this particular stone, and after this with mind body green, I was feeling really inspired to share a little bit more with you about Sheung Guy, which is not technically a crystal is a non crystalline mineral Lloyd. So it doesn't actually have an internal crystal structure. So you might be wondering, why would we use it in crystal healing? If it's technically a crystal and we often do turn to other mineral Lloyd Type Substances that we incorporate into healing work as well. So. Before we really dive into the healing properties of this stone in some ways to work with it. It's important to note that not all Shung guy is created equally. So the name shown guy was first used to describe this mineralized way back in eighteen, seventy nine, and this name was use to describe a really high carbon mineral Loyd found in Russia near the area of Suga and the lake on Negga area of career Leah. So this high carbon variety of Shangai and when I say high carbon I mean ninety eight per cent of the mineral Loyd was composed of carbon. And so think about how carbon comes from organic material. Carbon is what makes up all life on earth we all have carbon. So over ninety eight percent of this. Mineralized, found in Cornelia in Russia was carpet and this high carbon variety of shown guide is the stone that's linked to the claims of water purification and antibacterial properties. However, there are many other Sean, Guyq containing minerals, which are often just called guy by name that have much lower proportions of carbon, and sometimes these are distinguished as Shangai variety one, which would be the high carbon variety, Shangai variety two, three, four, five, and these vary really greatly with their carbon content ranging from less than ten percent all the way up to about eighty percent. But think about this that's a big difference from the really high carbon variety that comes from Korea and Russia over ninety eight percent carbon. All the way dropping down to eighty percent at the next highest concentration of carbon going sometimes down to less than ten percent carbon.
75 years after Hiroshima, they're still feeling its impact.
"This bomb has this frank for twenty thousand tons of TNT. Harnessing, the basic power of the universe. What I fifteen I am on August six, nine, hundred, forty, five, the US Air Force dropped the little boy uranium fission bomb on central hero. Shema. Making it the first city ever to be destroyed by a nuclear bomb. On August nine Nagy became the second when the bomb exploded around thirty percent of Hiroshima's population that were killed instantly many more died in the months and years to come. Now, the bombs brought to an end to world war two but the wool was horrified at the human cost. Russia has since become a byword for nuclear holocaust forever linked to the words never again. Now, this week marks the seventy fifth anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki joining me to reflect on the legacy of those events. Tashi. Tauch. She is assistant professor at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service and the author of political fallout, nuclear weapons testing, and the making of Global Environmental Crosses. Welcome. Tasha. Thanks for having me and Michael Gordon Professor of history at Princeton University and Co. it is a of a new book called the age of Russia. Welcome. Welcome. It's very good to be here. Now, Michael the fear of the nuclear age is the period after World War Two when the US dropped the bomb. The fee was that the nuclear weapons would become a common part of conventional warfare but in the seventy five years since he Russia and Nagasaki, there's not been a single bomb dropped in a conflict. Question is this because deterrence works or have we just been lucky I would say we've mostly been lucky It's quite rare that there are conflicts between nuclear-armed nations. The major example is the nineteen sixty, nine border conflict between the People's Republic of China and the Soviet Union. So there haven't been many occasions for things to escalate, and there's a strong incentive in those cases to de-escalate. There have however been very close near accidents whether missile just that needing on its own or people launching almost launching in fear of an attack and there. Have Been Plenty of conventional wars that could have escalated that way. So by and large, we've been lucky but we've been abetted by the fact that there has been an ambient taboo that has grown over the years against nuclear first use although that is rarely the policy of any nuclear power. Okay. Now from an Australian perspective, Tic- Japan was seen as an aggressor in the war, the war crimes but also as a victim because of the destruction wrought by the nuclear bombs have is the wool remit in Japan now aggressor and victim. Tarshi. Many pass through consider themselves as victims thinking that Japanese were misled by the government inter- Disastrous Wall Conquest. In this view here stands at the as the ultimate symbol of Japanese victim. But today is victim narrative faces two competing accounts. One is to recognize Japan's acts of wartime aggression, including tweeting massacres, forced labor, and sexual violence. If we see hero Shimmer from this perspective, it takes on a whole different meaning not. Not as a national tragedy, but rather as international event. killed not only the Japanese residents but also many colonial subjects and allied. POW's who are present in the city at the time of the Tom Bombing. The other interpretation that has also gained for Japan is to see the wartime conduct Japan as an act of self defense. This This lesion is narrative recaps here. As the ultimate proof of Western aggression. So fitting the predation of Japan's Joel Roles as. Aggressor and victim during the war will gain the upper hand in the future will depend on how sweet society around the world comes together and develops a shared understanding of the complex legacies or Corna reason on the war in the Asia Pacific region and back to the United States markle. There's a popular conception that Washington had to drop the bomb that it was the only way. To win the war, of course, the war in Europe come to an end in May of forty five. This is early August two, forty five is that true I mean what? What President Truman's options? So. This is a great question and it's one with a lot of confusion around it. Functionally. The only way the only government that had any power to end the war was the Japanese government which was in a position to surrender and the question was when would that happen would have happened later or earlier by summer nineteen, forty, five, it was already clear that the war was militarily lost. President Truman and the US government in general had basically fixed options of what they could do to try and encourage the Japanese government to take that move. There's only two that people usually talk about dropping the atomic bomb or invading the home islands of Japan. Both of those were on the table also having the Soviet Union inducing them to enter the wars of belligerent which happened on August eighth increasing the intensity of firebombing tightening the blockade of foodstuffs into the home islands. and modifying the terms of unconditional surrender to allow Japan to keep the emperor. The interesting thing is all six of those happen Truman pursued all sex and the war ended. It's unclear which ones were determinative. But the point is there wasn't like we had one option or nothing else. The US had plenty of options and exercised actually all of them. On the one level target for the bombs was obviously Japan on another level. Real target was the Soviet Union. How did the Kremlin of you? He Russia Mirror Negga? Second Markle. So. Really, the question here is a small set of people within the Kremlin stolen and his closest advisers and you that there was an atomic bomb project going on in the United States for years they've found that out from spies from Britain from spies in the United States, and they had their own uranium enrichment and bomb development program that was going on at I would say a medium scale What happens after the destruction of Hiroshima is I in absented himself for a few days he went into a depression and didn't. React to any of his advisors and then immediately massively escalated the Soviet development of their own atomic bomb. So they were both caught by surprise and not caught by surprise. It's true that the Americans didn't always think about the Soviet Union as a factor in any decision related to how the war was going to end but they also very strongly, we understood that the key issue was trying to get this the Japanese government to surrender faster because the faster they surrendered the less impact. The Soviet entry in the war would have to how the end game would play out in Asia, my guest, Michael Gordon, and Tashi Hitachi, and we're reflecting on the seventy fifth anniversary of Hiroshima. Tashi. One, hundred fifty thousand atomic bomb survivors still living in Japan. In fact, as a guest of Japan's Ministry of Foreign. Affairs this would have been in September twenty, sixteen I met one of one of the survivors now they're all in education and public law has plied an important part in shaping Japan's post-war Pacifism. Now, as generation dies out, is the role of pessimism in Japanese politics is that diminishing especially in the face of Rausing China Toshi? I don't think the passing of the atomic bomb survivors will diminish the strengths of pacifism in any short-term. The correctly memory of human magazine Japan has been fairly robust and the taken deep roots in popular culture. I can think of a good example that is Japanese animated wartime drama film released just four years ago in two thousand, sixteen cold in this corner of the world. This picture accounts of the wartime life in here she was a smash hit in the box office. Be, atomic bomb survivors will also active in passing down lessons from the world's first nuclear war to the next generation. The city's over here streaming nagy training. Many Japanese Ron Tears as storytellers who share the testimonies are waging victims and a second generation survivors are spearheading efforts for peace unjustice. Well, that brings me to today and really in the last that he is the end of the call was thirty years ago the US. And the Soviets on Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty non stop this was President Bush senior and Gorbachev in Russia in the inside at Union. Then just as it was collapsing now, both agree to significantly reduce their nuclear stockpiles and of course, the updated treaty between Moscow and Washington that expose I. Think it's February Knicks Jeez. So that's just a few days after the next president is warning Michael Do you think it will be resigned. I think that's entirely dependent on the results of the election. Joe. Biden has indicated that he would refine the treaty The trump administration has had many opportunities to re-sign the treaty, but they have not taken advantage of those opportunities yet. Russia's indicated that they're very interested in extending
Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady
"Cam noon has found a new home with none other than the New England patriots. While, this was a place that many people had suggested and thought about after his I think it was yeah. You least obviously after release. There was no. We figured if it was going to happen, it would have happened already, but I guess the pages take time. Do they do diligence? Make sure in fact that he was healthy 'cause he looks I mean some the work. Suppose he looks healthy, but you don't really now When Negga said there was no rush. It was like all right. He's a free agent. There's someone else assign. They can but if not, then we'll just be able to wait it out and I guess after once you saw how the dominoes kind of played out and says he didn't go to. The grisly inaugurnat the grizzlies while. That the chargers, the ninety plan the same town, so like that weird was say with with the chargers since he didn't sign there. was like honestly, where else was he? Never said that he wouldn't be better than some of the starting quarterbacks that are currently with their teams, but is when you look around and see. At look at the potential starting spot. That would be available this season. Every really want that many out there after again after his release, Efi begin the preseason beginning all season. MIROSLAVA different but. Time he got released. It was like there was only so many places he could go in. New England was one of them, though is one of those things where it was like you were just. Confused just because if you thought that he was gonNA, they were GonNa do it. You thought they would have done it already. But again took their time and he's still got the deal done. If. That was the guy that they wanted so. Cam noon again as I said reached a one year incentive, laden deal with new pages lead sources told ESPN ESPN Chris Mortensen Adam Schefter. Be Mixed with Jarret Stidham Brian Hoyer. To Rabih the I. Don't think necessarily be the heir-apparent only one year. So who knows you can be their past the season? But. Potentially these bridge the gap to the air pair. Of Tom Brady with with new, England.
Matt Dillahunty & Shane Isgrig Discuss the Separation of Church and State During COVID-19
"Something specific. You wanted to get to or if you just felt like diving in. What actually on the topic of church state separation. I have to say that recently since this pandemics begun. We've we've been seeing more of it than we have before you know when I see states like this one that we're in Exempting churches from stay at home orders. That that's something that I've a huge especially when people start making the argument the most frustrating when I've heard and I've seen it all over. Facebook is oh how can we can go to Walmart or we can't go to church. I have a very simple answer for that. Walmart has essential things like groceries. Church is not essential. That's why it's close but here in in Texas you actually are allowed to meet up at a church. There actually plenty of states doing this. And some of them are being somewhat responsible about it where they're still putting social distancing measures in place or some of them are meeting up in parking lots in doing something with like negga phones. I don't have such a big issue with the outside meet ups with megaphones where people are part but people are still meeting in buildings and it just really goes to show it like. I've been reminded more than ever why I'm such an anti-fascist I'm seeing. There's a city in Israel and I think it's pronounced a Ni- I could be mispronouncing it but there's a city that has a sixty percent. I think it is Ultra-orthodox population a refused to stop meeting for group prayers. And they're putting their entire city at risk and it's actually reached the point where that city has been closed off the rest of Israel because they they just can't do anything they can't get them to stop meeting. And of course the people being told they can't meet our. This gives them their confirmation bias about them being persecuted and in Israel the Jews who are having their synagogues out there being. You know they're calling the police doing that. Nazis and then you see the Christians in this country. They feel like they're being persecuted when they're told they can't meet up at a church and you know it's it's really disturbing to see but I also see a lot of Christians who were being a little bit more responsible and they're doing some livestream scenario doing some church be zoom or something to be effective. What we're doing here and I have to say if you're a Christian listening and you're doing something like that and your social distancing while you're doing your services props to you. This is something we agree on. Let's work together. You need to tell your fellow Christians. They are putting other Christians and of course endanger when they're meeting churches and then they're going out to the grocery store and things like that you know. I hope that the responsible Christians They surely do exist. Need to call out their fellow Christian brothers and sisters who aren't being so responsible has the reality is this. They're not gonNA listen to us. Were atheists but they might listen to you. So we're calling on you to help us out and I'm GonNa slight disagreement you know you. You didn't have that much of a issue with the megaphone. Let's fill a big parking lot and have everybody stands. Succeed away I kind of think that's the granted that's better than the alternative of having the meeting church but I kind of think it's just absolute bullshit in the first place because they still left home and interacted in an area with other people are they. Are they probably some of them? Probably going go to Perkins afterwards or or whatever they're after eating places if it's happened the open and you know we like. I heard Austin's mayor yesterday extend because this was supposed to last through the eighth but he's extended This data for non essentials to May thirtieth and AC is going to be having an election. This much was which means we're GONNA if we're going to do it. Like in a gathering than may thirtieth is the only time we can do it. So we're looking at other options to to boat remotely or have it like a zoom meeting type thing. I just if God is everywhere and God can hear your prayers. Then you can stay at home and do a zoom meeting with your village. Christians did not have to get in the car and go out and contributed to traffic and fuel costs and everything else to go. Stand in a parking lot with somebody yelling at yours megaphone. You would hear more. It's actually kind of funny for me right. Because I'm working on a video about Jesus feeding the masses and the notion that there's a couple of different versions of that and in one of the versions there are five thousand there to be fed and by and by this. It's very clear that it's five thousand men plus their family and one of the points I'm getting at is I've done Big venue theaters. You know thirty. Five hundred plus people I had the advantage of having microphones and sound equipment. And everything else the notion that in First Century in Judea That there's somebody walking around with a crowd of five thousand You know speaking from a hilltop so that it dissipates out which is the worst thing you would wanna be like in a cave. Where you get the excess. There's a reason why we out. You know the theaters the way we do But it just struck me as funny that you know you've got all this and you have at your disposal. The modern Internet the best way possible to interact with a wide number of people and yet still. You just decide well. We'll kind of halfway ignore the stay at home. Order will fill up a parking lot. Have everybody stand six feet apart. You know I it it is. It seems strikes me personally as just four show like like Jesus talks about Don't pray in public. Do your prayer in your prayer closet. This is the exact opposite of
"Today. We're talking about a warrior princess and founding mother who laid the foundation for a new culture. This is the story of Princess. Yoon Inga anger was born in the early twelfth century. What's now northern Ghana? She was the daughter of King. And that Ma'am Brucie tribe. And she soon became renowned for her beauty. Strong will and talent on the battlefield from the age of fourteen. She showed great skill with a variety of weapons. A particular talent for taming wild horses. She joined her father in battles against neighbouring enemy tribe and even commanded her own battalion at such a young age angle was forced to be reckoned with riding. The finest Royal Stallion. In Inga's father was very proud of his daughters martial abilities but he was protective of her tip. Refuse to let you NEGGA choose husband determined to find a way to show her father that she wanted to get married. Yanga decided to take action. She planted a field full of week. Her father praised for agricultural prowess but when the field was ready for harvest in anger let the crops raw when her father asked her why she wasted these resources. Unesco responded that being barred from marriage made her feel the same way as the rotted meat unique. His father wasn't pleased enraged. He imprisoned her to ensure that she would never find a husband after several weeks. One of the king's horsemen started to sympathize with the youngest player in the dead of night. He helped disguise her as a man and smuggled her out of the kingdom together they wrote North. The duo was then attacked by an enemy. Try Companions killed still. She continued riding north. One night in found yourself lost in a forest or she met a lonely elephant. Hunter named Riyal when Riyal discovered in English true identity. It fell in love. And you ain't got the husband. She always wanted Brielle and Yanga had a son named Odria Goo which means stallion P- youngest son went onto found the Mossi kingdom in modern day or Kina Foucault Yanga story for Foundational Legend of the land to this day Odria Goo is still a common surname among the most which is the largest ethnic group in the country in Angus. Drive to pursue. What she wanted in life defy gender roles at the time making her a model for pursuing dreams in the face of resistance
"negga" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service
"Were disappointing issue for ten minutes. Does the point that Negga became they want to know. How long do you think a good a good foot? Like forty five to our twenty twenty. I DOUBT IF I've been drinking fifteen minutes. It's not happy with that. Fifty Snuck Jemison in that. We're giving each other. Hey again about four playoff. Ah You off again about oral now. Bite me okay. Is being everything busy again about four play. y'All forget about apple decor about forty five minutes or abstract for uh-huh or Minnesota our right there that way at all easy. That's how long you give ahead. But how long before you give up give up no. I don't push me all the marathon. Don Continue Right. That's what I'm saying you can't put you gotTa push me off. I snuck out.
BBC reverses decision on journalist race complaint'.
"Coming up on the news BBC reverses this decision on Ackerman Chetty race complaint. US President Impeachment Whistle blowing endangered by trump criticism mm-hmm and three hundred fifteen billion tonne iceberg breaks off Antarctica. It's Monday September ten thirty. I'm Anthony Davis the BBC's director Director General Lord Hall has reversed a decision to partially uphold the Complaint Against Breakfast TV presenter Nag Amon Chetty. He told staff that munchies words were not sufficient to merit a partial uphold of the complaints against her she had criticized the US presidents motives after he said four four female politicians of color should go back to places from which they came. Mr Hall said he personally reviewed the decision of the complaints unit he he reiterated that racism is racism and the BBC is not impartial on the topic. The corporation said the complaint was originally partially upheld because it's aditorial guidelines do not allow for journalists to give their opinions about the individual making the remarks all them motives for doing so in this case Donald trump it comes off to dozens of black actors and broadcasters called on the BBC to overturn its decision to uphold the complaint against against Mon- chetty in an email to BBC staff. Mr Hall said many of you asked that I personally reviewed the decision of the Ecu I have done so I have looked carefully at all the arguments that have been made and assessed all the materials in this instance. I don't think naggus words were sufficient to merit a partial uphold of the complaint around the comments she made there was never any sanction against Negga. I hope this step makes that absolutely clear. He added that she he is an exceptional journalist and he is asked editorial and leadership teams to discuss how we manage live exchanges on air around these topics in in the future a change. Dot Org online petition in support of Nag Amon Chetty had this morning reached almost sixty thousand signatures the lawyers for a whistle blower whose complaint triggered the US presidential impeachment inquiry say Donald Trump's words words are endangering their client since the transcript of his call with the president of Ukraine was revealed. Mr Trump has called for the anonymous whistleblower to be unmasked asked Democrats say the whistle blower will testify to Congress soon once steps taken to protect their identity. Mr Trump has suggested his opponents could be arrested for treason the letter from the whistle blowers legal team in which the law is called attention to Mr Trump's language was sent to acting director of National Intelligence since Joseph Maguire on Saturday and made public on Sunday. The events of the past week of heightened out concerns that our clients identity will be disclosed publicly and that as a result our clients will be put in harm's way wrote the lawyer it quotes. Mr Trump is saying I want to know who's the person that gave the whistle blower the information because that's close to a spy you know what we used to do in the old days when we were smart right with spies and treason right. We used to handle them a little differently than we do now. The letter also references a fifty thousand dollar bounty that too conservative trump's supporters have offered offered as a reward for information about the whistle blower last night. 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Australian Senator Hit With Egg After Blaming Immigration for Mosque Attacks
"So in Australia, Australia, and Senator he sparked outrage for blaming the New Zealand mosque shootings on Muslim immigration and really upset. Some people by saying that kid comes up to him throws a raw egg on his head over raw egg cracks. And I said this. Australian Senate returns are and he decks this kid us. Left hand left hook cross. Yeah. Absolutely. Let's so listen to this audio. I mean, I think you have to listen closely here the eg, but here you go. When when people are getting attacked. Yep. Again when when people are getting attacked. And he. Aw. And then a second one. And you saw the kid was trying to film it. He had his camera out what he cracked the on his head, right? Trying to film it and that Australian Senate if I kind of like he just is not heaven it. I don't care you little bratty kid cracking Negga headed decks, the kid Senator Frazier ending. He's not a young man either. No, he moved quickly though. I gotta say really adding with surround and throws two punches at the boy before several of his supporters step in to help tackling the teams that the ground. Yeah. Seventeen year old was arrested later released without charge. That's released without charge. You can't crack an egg over somebody's head and not be charged with egg cracking assault. I would think so trekking over somebody said Brandon excellent thing to do it really is.
Where private research funders stow their cash and studying gun deaths in children
"For science this week. She wrote a feature on a new grant to jumpstart research on kids and guns. Hi meredith. Hi, sarah. How big a problem is gun violence or gun injury in kids in the US? It's the second leading cause of death and went nineteen year olds in this country. Second only to motor vehicle accidents guns kill about between eight and nine kids a day and this country, roughly thirty one hundred kids slow more every year cancer. By comparison kills about eighteen hundred fifty kids a year. So fifty eight percent of that number and yet when you look at the research funding and just to take one example, not hang it all on the national institutes of health because the CDC has a huge role to play here if it would but the national statistics of health spa. Spent for hundred eighty six million dollars in twenty eighteen studying pediatric cancer, which I'll remind you kills about eighteen hundred kids and spent three point one million dollars studying how to prevent kids from getting hell with comes. You actually went to Michigan to attend a meeting where people were discussing what kinds of experiments this bunny from the NIH to go towards can you talk a little bit about who was there and what they were trying to figure out. Sure there were roughly thirty gun researchers and trainees in this conference room at the university of Michigan trying to hash out what pilot studies they should take full 'word as part of this four point nine million dollar five year grant from NIH is child health institute there Amos to jump start research on how to prevent kids and teenagers from being killed by firearms is seems from your story that one. The changes here is treating gun deaths and gun violence as a public health issue rather than you know, how to treat them or how to prevent them with laws sits other tactic. It is it's not new to about three dozen gun. Researchers who've really been working in the trenches for a quarter of a century attacking this as a public health problem in the much the way that motor vehicle crash. Studies led to Vince like side airbags and child restraints and seatbelt laws. The idea is to use a dispassionate inquisitive scientific based mindset to get at how do we reduce injuries from guns not to take people's guns away at this point? I want to introduce one of the principal investigators on this grant. Okay. So I have Rebecca Cunningham here. She is a professor of emergency medicine at the university of Michigan medical school. And also the principal investigator of the firearm safety among children and teens consortium more facts. Hi, rebecca. Hi, when they net did come up in the story was that you did residency in Flint, and you saw a lot of gun violence there. Can you talk a little bit about that? Sure. In a not disturbances. So I worked there as the resident. But then also as a staff attending physician for about ten years in Flint, Michigan, and in Ann Arbor, really the world that we practice in our firm urgency medicine are two very different worlds when a suburban worlds here in Ann Arbor and one very urban world and Flint Michigan and in both places. I've taken care of many young teens and children who have been victims of firearm violence in. It's just heartbreaking in. So those youth that we take care of at that point. There's very little that can be done almost you're doing some NCA JR. Lifesaving maneuvers and more often than not I was spending time in sort of small waiting rooms Tele giving very bad news to parents that their child had been shot and killed that day. And in here in Arbor had been the victim of finding a gun and using it when they. Had a suicidal moments and had devastating injuries. Endore was not going to make it that day. And delivering that news any number of times, she families at some point. We wanna work up stream. What can we do to stop? Having these discussions. We do to stop having these youth arrive in our trauma bays. What should we be doing? Because once once they arrived there there's very little that can be done. And we do amazing things in medicine, but really to have an impact on this. We have to work upstream from the trauma bay outside in our communities. Right. That's a really good segue to this grant. And the meeting that you had recently where you discuss different ways of spending that money and doing different kinds of research. Can you talk about the kinds of topics that might be addressed with this money? Sure. So understanding that there's been very little research in this field over the past twenty years, we really need to jumpstart the capacity for research families want to store guns safely overwhelmingly, they don't want their young children to be shot. They don't want their suicidal teens. Find a guns in their home. How we can help get that message across to them and help make it feasible for them to do. So in the same way that we help families thirty years ago, understand what the best car seats were. And how to have those applied in their cars and find it to be feasible and not annoying for them to do. So that's health behavior research that can be done that can help families around safe storage other types of work that can be done with the grant we have a lack that we don't know about for example, the built environment, and how are cities and streets are laid out in terms of parks and buildings that are in disrepair, and how that sort of environment can affect firearm violence in those areas, we have a lot of work to do with better data collection on youth. Do come in for example, through the emergency department. Very little is known on how they do from their mental health after the are after a school shooting that say we know that those have massive impact on kids across the country in terms of how they're feeling about being anxious. This about going to school the next day PC, they might be experiencing either for witnessing those events or from hearing about them on the news. We don't yet have best practices to understand how we can help those youth through those times the reason that funding was clamped down on about twenty years ago was a political one. So I'm wondering what's your approach to dealing with some of the political blowback that you might get from embarking on this kind of research. Yeah. I think it's really important that we don't see this as a political issue at all. We've you this a'safety issue. So as a physician, we all the time talks are patients are worried about our patients safety were worried about whether they're in a car seat for their kids were worried about the temperature their water were worried about whether or not they're smoking. How that affects their asthma worried about the safety and welfare of our patients in in the same way, I'm worried about the welfare of the patients that I see arriving in our trauma bay what we can do to have them not being our China bay. I don't think at our core. When we put aside the deep divide in the country right now that anybody really sees. Children dying firearm violence as a political issue. We all have that coming goal has the wanna say really clearly that our grant fully respects the second amendment rights. We understand that in our modern age just as that we have cars, and that our cars are going to go away our country has strong support second amendment rights, and that we are going to work within that framework. All right. Well, so now that you've had this first meeting what are the next steps for you? And for the facts group where rapidly gaining momentum. There's a lot of interest by smart young researchers now in the country, and how they can apply their skills to this injury problem that they really have have not been focused on for the past twenty years. So our team is working diligently on training, the next generation of researchers who are joining our work groups, we are working to get those early projects off the ground. So that we can start to provide some early answers both for the country as well as to lead to larger scale. Solutions. Thank you Rebekah. Now, I just want to get back to Meredith Wiedeman for a couple more questions. She's a staff reporter science so Ma'arif. Do you think that we're gonna see a rise in funding for this type of research is just the start of something bigger? I think it's a possibility lot will depend on what the congress does you could take for example, Nita Lowy Republican congresswoman from New York who has summer tried to put ten million dollars for gun research your marked for it into the centers for disease control budget, and the Republicans voted down in committee now Democrats are going to be controlling that committee, whether they can get it thrown into a funding Bill approved by the Senate remains to be seen. Okay. Meredith. Thank you so much for talking with me. You are so buckle. That was Meredith Wiedeman a staffer Boerner here at science and before that Rebecca Cunningham, professor of emergency medicine at the university of Michigan medical school. She's also a principal investigator for the firearm safety among children. And teens consortium you can read meredith's feature on gun injury prevention research and science MAG dot org slash news. And that concludes this edition of the science podcast, many comments or suggestions for the show right to us that science podcast at AS dot ORG. You can subscribe at the show anywhere. Anyway, get podcasts or you can listen on the science website that science MAG got org slash podcast to place an ad on science podcast, contact mineral dot com. The show was produced by Sarah, Spey, Negga Cantwell and edited by podgy, Jeffrey cooked, compose music on bath of science magazine and its publisher for bless thanks for joining us.
"negga" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Ned really was the issue. Let's eliminate turnovers. That's obvious. Here's one thing that you noticed in the game. That was a cause for concern on offense, evens or Beth? What would it be? Some of it is the run stuff, you know, some of the run fits were off weren't as as as crystal in sharp as they had been over the past couple of weeks some of that is due to it. But some of that is just poor execution where I thought before the Jacksonville in Denver game. The run fits were better guys wearing their gaps and guys were executing in making tackles. Now, I showed you a play in which Vince Williams was hailed which which helped Lindsey get a big run. But I thought the run fits were a little shaky in the game. The other thing that showed up I was pretty startled at how easily Emmanuel Sanders was running by Joe Haden. I think that really stood out because there are numerous plays on the all twenty two where he ran by aiding in hating just wasn't the principal read or for whatever reason didn't get the ball. So those were the two things. That stood out to me. June Hayden himself, and he's actually I'm publishing an article tomorrow morning for behind a steel curtain dot com. It's gonna be five Steelers players that need to really step up their game heading into week thirteen Joe Hayden's one of them because Joe Haden said this after the week four loss to the Baltimore Ravens when he was covering John Brown. And that is he prefers AJ green type players to defend taller bigger stronger Negga Julio Jones tied heathen rather than the smaller shifty fast guy, which I would put him annual Sanders in that category. And so he struggled against Emmanuel Sanders. I agree with you that he was running wild on several different plays. I thought that for the first time in a while the tackling the angles were bad when I watched the film, Sean is some people that just had bad games at hadn't had a bad game in a long time. Sean Davis didn't play well thrill Edmonds is kind of you know, spotty here there anyways. But ultimately, I thought. The Steelers defense didn't play as well. As I expected them to they were given a rod deal with all the turnovers, but as the same time, I guess I expected I think back to the interception where to plays. It took them to plays those two manual Sanders to just go down score touchdown. And I'm thinking man, it can't be that easy. I don't care if it was a turn overnight. It just can't be that easy. So Lance g any has some stats forces week, right? Yeah. Couple. I think I have a couple of central. I have a couple we can go through those..
"negga" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe
"One is number one thing, I think that would be practical in kind of also weigh in favor of the freedom component that I think we would like to air on the side of his if the dogs deemed dangerous like describing earlier, that's when instead of just registering the dog register the owner owner candidate in more dogs fans, Dan, let's think about it. What that owner can go out and get five more in screw them up just as an attack dog, but you're gonna put the dog down. Now, maybe you remove the two and the dog gets sent to a training and then up for adoption bam and the dog is better off ably. You know, we're pretty much in the podcast now all the world problems on on on dog. So yeah. Well, another thing about dog that. Like that one thing that people don't think about is their experience with vets found a lot from you mean like negative experience yet Negga. Yeah. If they have negative experiences with vets because and here are some like a canine ambulance chasers. That's not what I mean. Sound like, but but a lot of people don't think about getting made hold for any injuries that might take place with their dog at they go to if they're getting surgery in they clip the wrong stuff, you know, or is like people malpractice medical mount, I went into have my right leg amputated, and they took off my left. Yeah. Exactly. So medical malpractice for dogs is essentially the way to think about it. But the currently the law doesn't have a ton of cases on it. Because again their property they're not treated as they're not. It's not like arson. You don't have certain rights and the duty the relationship between the owner and the vet is in a property contract. It's not medical in the other sense. And so so then why do you I mean that goes down a whole nother rabbit hole? Why do you need a doctorate to be a vet at that point? Well, right, right. I mean work on someone's properties is a little illogical in that should just need a technical license pain. Exactly. Well, still when you take your car to the mechanic, or they still have to have they still have to fix your car properly if they do a bunch of damage to it. Sure. While is in the shop. Sure, they're going to need to make you whole. And at least put you in the position you were in before you went there absolute and people need to start thinking about that with. Their animals, if you take your dog to the vet think of taking the car to the shop, if they fuck something up, and that's where the case law. Hopefully, we can develop it to make it more sound so that people can pursue. What would be similar to malpractice cases for their animals if they have to because a lot of people. I mean, I've heard people haven't thousands and thousands of dollars of complications. Because something went south, and they aren't made whole sets or misdiagnosing dog ends up dying because of it. Yeah. Which happens all the time..
"negga" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"For them to just assume that I'm going to give him my address and access to my bedroom and my body that is a red flag. That is a red flag for like that to be one of the first things that Negga brings up or for it to come across. Like I've been waiting for the moment to talk to you about that. Say mentioned something about this, and that's where I'm like. Your intentions are not. Okay. Not saying that we're not adults and we don't know what we want because after that happens, you know what I'm saying? And I certainly have had experiences where I have been very adults and done exactly what I wanted to do, but also, you know what I'm saying? There comes a certain point in time, especially like like for you right now where you're at in your life, you're looking for something that's more substantial, not just casual and you know for like four negative pop up with that. All right. So did you have any attention? 'cause there's so many other things to get to know about me. Why is that the first thing that you bring it up and then that's a red flag and I get it. I get it and I've had conversations with guys about this and I understand, you know, everyone says, you know, men are men are visual. It's always going to be about the physical and every going gonna try. He's going to shoot his shot. And I get, yes, yes, that's fine. Beat off to bribe it. However, for for the first few weeks, but is it, is it unreasonable for me to expect. Or require, or you know, for it isn't unreasonable for my standard to be like, yes, I want you to be sexually attracted to me, but I also want you to realize that I am more than just a compliment compilation of my body parts. Right? And yes, I want you to think that my but it's usually because it is, but do we have to talk about it every day all day long. Like when when you know there are other things about me that I want you to be just as excited about. Right. I think what what makes me even all the more frustration is that it's challenging for me to even know. What was even to to be excited about about dating. And this is why dating terrible, because I feel like it is just this constant constant parade of engaging with people. And if only a matter of time before if falls apart. So like the hope and I feel really, I don't. I don't know. I'm not one of the talk about this for so long because I don't want to sound bitter and angry. I am not bitter angry. I am not, but I can't honestly say that I have grown tired of having the same conversation over and over again in no. I realized that that things take time to cultivate and to form, and I'm more than happy and content. In in the way my life is right now, you know waiting because I, I don't want anything that's not intended for me. I'm just posing for broader discussion about like just the nature of the dating scene and what my experience has been the far and how that has impacted the way that I look at it now, both positively and negatively. Right? So it's like. I'd love to be excited about the prospect of meeting somebody new, but you know, there's risk in 'cause I mean much like insecure last night. I don't wanna be a spoiler but like you know, Knicks fade away. Do things get good, you know what I'm saying or or even vice versa. So I don't know. I just I wanted to just have a conversation about it and you just kinda get it out of there on the on the kitchen table to see what others other people's thoughts about r I have a question for you. Okay. So you know..
"negga" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Eventually you know and eventually people in the theater there the door people and they come on and sit down you know the whole thing and but i i i was a empty disc picking up an impression i had i didn't have to unlearn something if you're a football player and you go to notre dame they spend the first two years unlearn what you learned in high school so you could be a decent college football player i didn't have to unlearn anything you know i was spooking it all up and then in time i would go to a play and i was amazed by it all because i you know i was theater actor movie actor negga and i'd watch and watch one and finally at started seeing performances and acting as beat to beat the beat with the character and i'd see an active do something given beat and it's not the way you should do that beat and then i see another before i'd start to pick on things where it before i've been totally odd by it all and then then it became obvious that if i'm sitting in the chair in the audience why am i not up on that stage you know i said well how do i get my ass from here up to their if i'm so bloody smart you know and that became marketing that you know i had to learn how to if i got a chance to go meet people on a on a on something to walk in there be there'd be seven emmet walsh's before me and six coming in after me how could i win that y'all that's about all these you know and so i had to learn how to go in there but that was the marketing background you walk i talk to kids about this i'd walk in there and basically they gave you a pager seen in your reading with somebody and you're seven or eight people watching and you feel it you know what's going on you know and if there's an instinct type of thing and he can thought dot going well you say i.
"negga" Discussed on The Polygon Show
"A lot of thing over some issues a georges it so they changed for the show the big box with each other stuff from the show but the tulip jesse custer's ex girlfriend is play by ruth negga in the show and ruth a lot the first time i saw her was in agents a shield donut me all right there was a season where it was good so she was there for a while but ruth negga is fantastic in the show actually every single actor in the show is amazing it's on a m c sets rogin has a apart in like creating producing the show because it's been like a dream of his apparently firm moves hooper younger the authority gooder i don't know why i'm like this today so anyway i'm sorry the point is is that it does have some interesting takes on religion salt lake that aren't really forced down your throat there are some kind of like circumstantial like ethical things you kinda consider like whether you're a preacher or not and of course my favorite character in this entire series is cassidy he's he's irish vampire i know it sounds very twilight it's not he's like he just looks extremely strong out and he's crazy and he's very violent and he's great anyway ashley but i noticed the first season is very very different they changed like actually a ton of stuff they brought some stuff like that happens later on they bring it to the forefront and also the main characters story though main characters backstory is totally changed so in the comics like you find out he's from this real fucked up family that's not really his family because his parents got murdered but in the show it's like no he had a dad it was a preacher and he knew to live from news younger and i'm sitting in their life like like that like the fucking nerd i am too.
"negga" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"I love a ricebowl all right hell with the cali flour rice but rice bowls are like they're always the saving grace you can literally put anything in a bowl man i wish i wouldn't in the nagano may because when i opened i'm afraid i refer got that i have some turkey smoke sausage i would have thought at in near two but that'll be for tomorrow's rice bo moonlight your jumble rice will it was a good time what are you snacking on this i'm not snacking i'm never snacking i'm eating i own yeah i made the soda i'm against negga said it was a fancies a suit from italian from olive goes the chicago i'll burn but i made some sucrose and kill um some saw italian sausage onions garlic cream white wine i saw that on your eye lease yet delicious still hit it looked very rare it was very rich so i paired it i had a really like i had you ever get like a like a um a craving for salad okay so i do and i was like if i was i'm though oh i'm so you would not executive no no but i was not i was not in agreement i know that you eat salif salad but i is that your pipes kwaygeer the i'll come on that makes me feel i go on i just feel warm intake leo the inside all through the winter season of getting grow that's how you know when it when in the new york's delay is just the five snack you.
"negga" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"negga" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"negga" Discussed on The Read
"Go thing for them what i add oh all okay yeah they don't care about you i all they don't all they don't give thought the budget black as they do know who the fuck you were to the right lane is literally needed a negga and they went all the way down the line and everyone said no to that got to you and as a woman chrysanthou i mean scenic hamill i aca believe it team gamble is dumb but as i croisette michelle seems like smart enough said no that she was being used right in that way and shows to do in any way i really feel like the money and the opportunity completely superseded the the the mm i'm here shown up for blah again that's not i don't even think that was really hard point i think it was i think our motivation her job behind it was i get to perform at an inauguration you know this is the president of the united states of america this historic monumental event you know this is a huge deal which in pretty much any other circumstance would be true but girl donald trump this orange nigger that we had to watch for in a year and a half just drag mexicans and black people engage people and everybody else through the fucking dr that's who you decided to go perform for niggers have the right to be mad mouth ever by was when she got don what i love it and then did interview obt and was like i don't understand why you also made me but shower manning president obama he was there to god does not favour adds emmanuel she said out on the back nine that's not being could raise at all these website and i was like.
"negga" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Is three the three eight eight two nine two as the christian last dorothy day earth day i'm sorry that's where i learned the terms of the awake and and next we have the for ring d k y you should read the article this is so great okay the for wringing our this this group of like ugly wizened gnomes who are obsessed with greed and money i and they're they're in star trek the next generation and also in deep space night the the the obvious thing is to compare them to libertarians but in fact they're not like libertarians libertarians don't ruthlessly pursue money they sit around talking about property rights right they don't know what you're absolutely right away to nerdy to get rich right now if you wanna combine the rank opportunism crony capitalism chestthumping and ranked cowardice of differing there's just one group that qualifies establishment republic at a vein jeb bush might not be presidential material but i'd back in for grand negga said the for any anytime okay so the for randy our establishment republicans might mitch mcconnell people people need to go to this website to see the pictures because the pictures are hilarious it's scenes media dot com john is miracle at the arctic k now we're moving onto the joints the majority this quirky race combines effortless comfort with high tech inventions and an abiding faith an ancient text and traditions it finds of god's a hand trusting them talking to them but they can still pilot inner at while keeping faith that the prophets have a plant hands down these are the christian right okay by the christian right you've got a picture of proper next to one of the bajarin next to one of the major nature kira from deep space night okay okay we better keep going right than the romulus hottie imperious and scheming thin skinned and powerhungry full of highflown talk that boils down to a product boot crushing a human face forever this race came to earth all right it's the clintons and their acolytes not the cling onto the clintons yeah now the romulo in on the clintons it had is very interesting actually that is very there's this stuff is funny but it's also weirdly appropriate then we have the balkans here's where libertarians can make their way through the stars oh this is perfect i have a picture of iin ran next you mr spock yeah making.
"negga" Discussed on The Home Church Online
"That you have received let him be occurs for do i know and then for i or do i persuade man or god or do i seek the two please men low or do i seek to please men how many today upheaval uh are seeking to please men out here by the gospel four fight yet please man i should be not the servant of christ hello you know that is so dhruv your pleasing trying to please men you know your congregation pastors the need just hanging out but i various of severity you brethren certify you brother net negga of the gospel which was preached of men is not after man preached of me is not after man paul was preaching the gospel of jesus christ to the people not to get their approval but he was preaching it to get god's approval that's what i'm doing here i'm the postman in know gods gods ahead of the post office i'm just a postman delivering a male haired into this morning to you so folks why we've got a pickup the male opened the male be listening to this male male call it is so important that we get it together because there's so many people that are are not getting the male call they're just uh i don't want to i don't want this junk mail on windows put it in the spam folder or put it in the a shredder i'm not even than a look at it not going to deal with it because it's too hard but you know faith.
"negga" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Wsvn fm new york wfan's twenty twenty score wanting a real one i'm harris alan the rubber game of three yesterday at city field with the yankees and raise the yanks did all their scoring in one inning it turned out to be just enough and archer deals hit on the ground or the shortstop home page love field els warriors scored bear cub scout ranger look grow is off wind storms to run basit on by brett gardner and the yankees negga threenothing lingering runs the top of the second john starting with that call here on the fan the yankees held on to win three two two highly garcia the starter for the yanks gave up one run on the third in kevin cure meyer homer but did not figure in the decision joe girardi took him out after four and twothirds were the ban on first ever longer you do up the strategy worked chad green relieved garcia he ended up the winner with a spotless one in the third garcia not happy about getting the hook buddy was a good soldier after the game rangel right now is to to help this in when when ballgames him you know we and to get to it over and right now like i said is a huge win for us in us the pereria mine the world is chapman notched a four out save for the yankees stay in new york in the bronx specifically for four against the orioles beginning tonight masahiro tanaka versus wade miley it's on the fan starting at six 25 the yankees again within three games of the division leading red sox who lost to the a seven three matt harvey still trying to find himself his third starts coming off the d ellie lasted only three and a third innings charged with five runs the cubs dismantled the mets seventeen to five chicago with eleven runs in the final two winnings doing major damage against the.
"negga" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"Seattle guinness much ice to win nfc now for green bay they have aaron rodgers duty knows they're the best quarterback negga yes better the tom brady he's more talented tom brady's better interesting sometimes the tom brady it never seems like he's got the weapons around him you but he's still successful but last ladies this town i feel like they can use a couple more younger skilled players while you got note see you not giving casey credit they got a young skilled player his name is grog they shut them down gush up celta broker brock is broken is broken i think we've seen the best of growing caskey i really think we have i think the best of krakowska is behind us i'll believe that especially this year i got him on a one of my fantasy taking over the last few years enduring this job off quietly done a really good job when i'm talking about certain teams not saying their mascot i've done it will washington not done it with cleveland done it what the lanus baseball team really proud of myself could job jalen rose i'm really glad that you give yourself that shut out out i was trying to encourage others to do the same i think is good i tried him out to stay the wajda teams name for say it sometimes do it happens we got the panthers at the forty nine irs kim noon can underwent surgery already march he's been contacted three hundred and seven times more than any other quarterbacks is two thousand ler should he changed the way he approaches the he can't he's a terrific dual threat.
"negga" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The wba so i think that the cba is going to address this issue and players are going to fight back because they understand that hey my bodies on the line more importantly my mind is on the line my security for my family the next generation is on the line so i'm not surprised that players more and more fitting out so this is what we do right when you know that negotiations are pending you threaten you know not physically i could have beaten them went up but you say you take your leverage and you utilize it and for the nfl pa the leverage is we're gonna sit you know we might not sit tomorrow so we might not said the next day but you know in 2021 their baby no nfl and what does that do that send shockwaves through the country because we have so many people and fans who are completely addicted to the high of nfl of course they're not the ones out there playing putting their bodies on their line but man when they start thinking about not having a fantasy league in the year 2021 what's that gonna do to their life the people do start to get a little prickly and that's what smith is hoping here he's hoping that by saying this today in two thousand seventeen he starts to get the league to consider what it would be like without the nfl and what people would and we'll pick it would have to deal with but here's what i would say to that i all of your points are absolutely correct as far as you're putting your body on the line in you want more money and you see the other leagues are making it but where does this come from where the nfl deserves nba money like all of the league's differently wouldn't you in the wnba war love to be making what the nba players are making but every single league is scale differently so i feel like it was almost a false hope that was put out there by all of these massive max nba contracts and k and k i don't know if like that makes sense that it feels like great they're making a ton of money but that's not how your league is structure right you listen attractive caving in negga mckay and jen ladder on espn radio.
"negga" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
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