17 Burst results for "Omonia"

"omonia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"omonia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I was crawling to my room. Overhead the knees. And he kicked me. I close the door to my bedroom. And all I can take was. I gotta get outta here. I gotta get outta here. Some. And that's where I got the courage. To call up. My father. Hey, daddy. I don't think I can take it over here anymore. With everything that's going on. So I was wondering. I was wondering. This. Okay. I move over here. My father said. All hail. Yeah. To me. Moved over. My father's house. I moved over there. Now, my older half brothers live there. Now to my father said Yop Omonia right now deal everybody right now something import over here. You can do whatever the hell you wanna do right? You're damn self. That's all right..

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"omonia" Discussed on Earn Your Happy

Earn Your Happy

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"omonia" Discussed on Earn Your Happy

"Exactly, what was that for you know, it's interesting. I at twenty five is when I launched my business. I went from until twenty five it was just like this is what those my main goal was just to know myself that was all I cared about. I was doing I'm doing like seven silent retreats year. I was. I come from Ed you always done that. It's interesting when I when I get sent to bad just being a kid not tired. I would trip out in bass. I had this deep sense of knowing a deeper reality in feeling like something was fundamentally off, and that we were pretty gullible as a society that we'd hadn't really questioned what we were taught. And I didn't really realize that Intel later on and I'd be these meditation retreats in feeling this sense of Assis again. I'm like, oh, I know this experience, and but when I after kind of retreating and really focusing on deeper skirts, Royal truths in knowing myself questioning identity in everything I wanted to really like the pendulum swung the other side. I wanted to know myself and and experience life fully I ended up hiring a coach business took off. And I kind of swung the pendulum the other way into having a lot of success. And in a had a lot of coaches ask the adage, you do that. And so I feel like this point it's more integrated. But just as a kid I almost feel like I'm Benjamin button. Why did things backwards because my random facts? My dad was a shaman and is the shaman and at fourteen I was hanging out with a lot of people who were seventy years old. And I was doing there Omonia, and now, you know, in the business, and like really supporting people in knowing who they are in creating what they want from a clear space rather than unconsciously looking for external validation..

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"omonia" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"omonia" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I've been an HVAC our service technician fields throughout the south bay. They've been building right? The first time for over one hundred years. We'll get into the Niners. Obviously everything that happened yesterday with George kid who for two hundred ten yards all in the first half yesterday. But one big story Reggie McKenzie. Not surprising. But it's a big story. Reg McKenzie's been fired by the raiders physically. Writing was clearly on the wall, captain obvious when Khalil Mack his prize. Pick was traded the bears and Amari Cooper his prize pick was traded to the Cowboys. And oh, by the way. Mark Hoover might be better than Colom axons. He's been gone. He's been unbelievable in six games of the raiders. You had twenty two catches in six games with the Cowboys. He has forty catches two hundred seventeen yards yesterday in three touchdowns. I guess he wasn't the problem. He's been very very good. And now Dallas is red hot in both of those picks. Now, they got to the bears. But both of those pigs are going to be in the twenties in the late twenties. The Cowboys the bears in look bitch and moan about Reggie McKenzie. All you want. He drafted Mackey drafted Cooper. He drafted car. He drafted gave Jackson. Yeah. He drafted DJ Hayden too. But this was a guy that when he inherited the raiders, it was a complete mess out. Davis had just passed away. Hugh Jackson was an idiot and they needed to get out a salary cap problems. He navigated through that he drafted some really good players who Jon Gruden traded away. So I give Reggie MacKenzie a ton of credit. I'm not saying he was the best GM in the league. He made some mistakes too. But. He built a pretty good offensive line. He drafted a lot of good players players that they should have built around and kept around. But they didn't. And he Unser Omonia will was like, oh, I don't know that he's going to be a GM again anywhere else. He's certainly doesn't have the personality kind of be the face of a team. But certainly I team would be smart to put them in their front office. Because obviously he can see talent soon as Gruden showed up there. He was dead men walking. It ain't going to happen. Because is going to be the guy that's making all the decisions. And I know Gruden can say what he wants to say, and you can get somebody else in there, and they can collaborate all they want. But when you're making ten million dollars a year and the owners invested one hundred million in you, or maybe it's not that much as Gruden says. But it's a lot of money. He's gonna get final say. So he's he he knows what he wants. He knows what system he wants to run. And he's going to get the guys in there that he feels like it's fit to system. So that's all the McKenzie. Was was like oh that at all. And and I agree with you. I think you did a good job may brought in some really really nice players there. They had a chance. I don't know why you know, it didn't it didn't work out with MAC. I don't know why it didn't work out with with Hoover. Like, I said the only thing I can figure is two years from now they may not have been able to pay both of them, and they're going to be two years older. And they wanted to get ready for Vegas, and they got a two year head start on getting ready for bega. So they decided they look stupid right now. Let's get picks. I mean with with the way MAC and Cooper plan and give car credit over the last number of weeks. He's been really really good. These are good players that Reggie got in. And he got a raw deal. I I would not be surprised because if anybody saw what the Redskins did yesterday got smoked at home by the giants. This year is going poorly for them Daniel Snyder, probably won't look at the big picture and say, well, geez. Alex Smith went out, your your you're rocking with Mark Sanchez here. And he's horrid Josh Johnson. The game who they signed this week. They're going to go down in flames. This year would not surprise me in the slightest Bruce Allin Jon Gruden guy. Jay Gruden Jon Gruden guy would not be surprised if. Jay Gruden was the OC in Bruce Allen was in the front office in Gruden kind surrounded himself with his own guys. I don't know that that's going to be the fact, but as I'm watching the Redskins last night yesterday. I'm thinking to myself, this is not gonna end well for them and the end Daniel's Redskins might have again point. Okay. Yeah. Gam- gambling. The only reason that was over early by the way that wasn't like a game. That was like, geez. There's a lot of suspense here that was smacked in the face done. And what I was saying this last week Philip Lindsay got shut down by the Niners. Good defensive game plan. Hey, how about you beat us? In Philip Lindsey doesn't. Case keenum, but saquon Barkley at one hundred seventy on the ground and about two hundred total and again, I'm never for taking a back at number two. But man, he's good. He's good. No doubt about that. All right. George kettles. Gonna join us coming up next. We'll get into his record-breaking day two hundred ten yards. Almost got the record. He got them. All in the first half, Shannon Sharpe had to fourteen. So we'll give them some grief about that. And with all the great history of forty Niners receivers and tight ends. He's the first tight end over a thousand yards and he's actually on pace to break. The all time Mark several gronkowski for yards in a season that was thirteen twenty seven back in two thousand eleven he's on pace to break that so we'll get into it with George KENDALL. Plus big wrestling guy. So we'll get into that conversation as well. George kettles next only here on the sports leader. From the Chilton auto body traffic.

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"omonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"omonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Good morning, Washington. Omonia ellen? How are you? I'm holding it together. Okay. Well, it's been about three weeks now, and it's only about a quarter inch long and. I don't think anything else is gonna come up other than that. It's still a bit spindly. But I guess this has been a great season compared to last year. I'm sorry. It's still what. Yeah. Inch and a quarter. But I I'm not worried about it that much. In that respect. I'm guessing nothing else is gonna come up. So I guess it's time to go in a pileup with more seat. Remember, those grass seeds are going to mature into much bigger plants. So unless there are big gaps. I would call it done. While the there are sections that looks like four reason, they didn't know if it was like you said, they they probably tried out. Because I know I've worked that a little bit more concerned that maybe it was worked in a little bit deeper. So yes, giving a little bit more time. But I think after three cowardice thought they were why. Now, it should be up. Right. Right. So then I'll go ahead and reapply in that section. Definitely. Should I try to apply any liquid fertilizer in order to help stimulate things? Scene. Mate works. Really? Well. To get it to wooed in. Well. Okay. Straight up. He made. I don't need any the other liquid fertilizers. No, you fertilized it when you put it down. No, you're good. Okay. She's your see made. At least one outs to the gallon at least. You can go as much as four ounces to the gallon. Okay. Because I know that. I had called earlier and said, yes. We haven't tilt sometime up tuber in order to get down to want to try and get get something going a little bit sooner wait until the last minute wise, not wait till the last minute because that's the deadline. And if we have a cold early fall then. Aggressee won't be up. So I do it this weekend, and we have several moist day's coming up. So. You know that will help right because. Blast forecast. I think I heard yesterday we're not we're not conceit serious. Deluge from Thornton not seeing. It's no discussion of thunder showers through Tuesday. Right. So. Even if I get anything out here in Pasadena. From the south. But we'll have to see right. You've been very helpful. You have a great thing. You take care. Bye. We'll be at ace today will be ace in Edgewater. And I will be race in Pasadena tomorrow. They've got great mums. And they got a sliding scale.

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"omonia" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"omonia" Discussed on Binge Mode

"Yes, the dark, Mark, our cruisers, a Cup of cocoa in chat before bed, reliving the events of the match riding high after the privilege of witnessing such spectacular sporting event in person when it's time for. Bad. Harry lies a week. Thinking of crumbs moves fantasizing about one day, hearing his own name, call a grand stadium, like this, those golden visions and the sleep that Harry doesn't even recall falling into our very Unser Omonia slanted. When Mr. Weasley calls everyone a week quote, dimly, he meaning Harry could tell that something was wrong. The noises in the camp site had changed the singing stopped. He could hear screams and the sounds of people running the collective joy. The define the day has turned eighty eight Maher Mr. Weasley says, there's not even time to dress grab jacket and go haring co run out of the tent and see people fleeing into the woods and something moving toward them, quote emitting odd, flashes of light in noises like gunfire. This is actually one of my favorite chapters in the whole series just in terms of the way the mood changes so swiftly in that the way rolling two picks this feeling of danger everywhere in chaos and what is happening crowds running people running in every. It's a crowd of masked wizards magically levitating and torturing four figures from the book. It was as though the mast wizards on the ground where puppeteers Harry observes that quote to the figures were very small. These people are torturing kits net, one line, racist, any shred of doubt these people, the death eaters are monsters. Yes, the marchers are blasting tents which catch fire. Harry recognizes Missa Roberts is one of the floating people in realizes that the other people must be his wife and children. The mass figures have gone after the moguls. There's one particularly disturbing description of the way. One of the death eaters flips, MRs Roberts upside down so that her dress falls around our heads and she's trying to pick it back up. It's truly disturbing shit. Arthur tells the kids to head for the woods stick together. Meanwhile, he Bill and Charlie and Percy, you're going to go help the ministry fight, whatever's happening lanterns that lit the past at the match or extinguished. People are crashing through the trees in the dark. Children are crying. This would be terrifying under any circumstances. But the contrast, this scene strikes to the four that we just witnessed is truly jarring and ineffectively unsettling reminder that misery may always be waiting around the next quarter light and dark dark and light. Harry, Ron. In her mind, he spied Drako standing against the tree, quote, looking utterly relaxed suspicious. He makes a cruel crack about hurrying along so that her Mayan ni isn't spotted and Harry's like mine as a witch. She's a magical being and drako's reply is pure venom, quote, if you think they can't spot mud blood state where you are in one of the worst things about this is that he's right. The death eaters aren't just after muggles will see this over the suing books thereafter anyone they don't think fits their particular vision. Here's here's where our friends make a mistake. They should have stopped Drako into a puddle right here. Yeah, you're in the dark. Chaos everywhere. Gonna know kick this kid's fucking ask right now too bad. They haven't learned the unforgivable. I know just fucking hit this guy in the head with a rock. Can't wait for cramps. Classic. Is it okay to imply? We want us? Okay. This guy's over here like look tortured, great. Harry ass. We're drako's. Parents are quote out there where mass or they in Malfoy replies, well, if they were, I wouldn't be likely to tell you what I know. Later in the graveyard scene in the climax of the spoke, we will get confirmation that this muggle torture was in fact Lucy's doing Pash tag wire. Our trio now separated from the twins, Ginny after this interlude with Drako, they move onward and they pass collection of students speaking French asking about so many Madame seem. Miami gives us a nice bit of Boba Tom foreshadowing for the coming chapters. And then Harry reaches into his pocket for his one and finds that it is missing good job, my gosh..

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"omonia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"omonia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And the one thing i didn't know the extent of you knew he wasn't a well liked guy on tour necessarily i think bridges behind bubba watson whose oddly enough the guy waiting for him after that last green when he had finally clinched in won the master's voted one of the most hated guys on the tour and it really know the extent of why and then you here and this is sort of the milkshake duck phenomenon that we get with these random people that enter these be limelight in the internet age where we find someone and they become this sensation because they end up in the background of some television shot or in a place they're not expected to be then we expose them long enough to light and you find all of the flaws and the unsavory reasons why they may not have been supposed to be there to begin with and we've got a lesser extent of is happening now because we knew some of this and there's a reason people dislike the guy and he's not like a name that we've haven't heard at all before a guy that a few tournament tour wins into his career dubbed himself a top five player in golf which rubbed a lot of people the wrong way but even going back to college this is a guy that unser omonia say left university of georgia as a golfer there after a year and you hear a bunch of rumors and stories as to why putting lower scores down on his card supposedly stealing money from a teammate all these things that no one on either side there will really corroborate but then goes to augusta state has some disagreements with the coach and the team they're bad personality fits despite the overwhelming success guy who was great in all of those circles but didn't appear to be well liked or well received by anyone you wonder now as he gets to the biggest stage of his career gets a win at the masters and gets that green jacket and now is the guy going forward from this is he going to be enough could he be the villain because.

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"omonia" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"omonia" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"That inconsistent you know that's one thing now cheat we're talking about one allegation i am plow and we can't say they by the way one allegations lying and i think she's lying or telling the truth but what i'm saying is you can't just jump to conclusions and then killed somebody okay but let's make it very clear that one allegation can be very very true we can't sasid we yes there strengthen numbers obviously because people tend to believe you more when there's ten other people behind you but that's not saying that one allegation can't be true no no no you're right what i'm saying is i'm not saying that the allegation is in i'm saying that people who receive that information i mean you look at the media right now they're just you know somebody makes an allegation on facebook boom it goes up you know every website shows up filing visionary care and it's like okay did anybody do any research to know or to find out i mean i thought that was what the duke lacrosse case taught everybody but it's the opposite they're doing worse now and enter answer the way by by by me and office saying anything like this it's almost considered heresy because nobody supposed to say anything like this what is your uh burden of proof to reports stories like these harvey i imagine there that there must be stories that you struggle with that we never even hear about horse of course and there's a you know what you've got to look at everything kind of on its face and there always extenuating circumstances it's hard and i'm not saying look i'm not trying to be thanked omonia so here i'm just saying basic fairness and consistency is is is kind of m the foundation yeah you made some great points hey before we let you go did you enjoy the academy awards last night yeah i mean i thought it was okay decent would you go in a pretty long pretty y'all every lots of highlights i thought jimmy was great lies you mean we were screaming kimmel was great on drought remote grand is great it's just it's a really long boring show is what it is and led work out of the awards season that's for sure urb look i am thank you for speaking so.

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"omonia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"omonia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To fenway park where a petition has been filed to rename yawkey way and restore it to its original name of jersey street wbz's ben parker is over you the ballpark omonia been good morning to you josh the team filed a petition with the city's a public improvement commission in an effort to reinforce at fenway park as inclusive as you mentioned they want yawkey way to be renamed back to its old name jersey straight a red sox principal owner john henry previously had said he was haunted by racism from the team's previous order tom yawkey for will mistreat his name city councillor josh sake him says many of his constituents in the fenway neighbor back this move by note nonmedia thing to do but i think it's the right thing to do you know making sure that we are naming artistry and you know other public buildings after people whose values we won we want to embrace in the city the yawkey foundation calls the effort misguided they say it's based on a false narrative of tom yawkey record is red sox owner they are urging the city's public improvement commission to reconsider the facts their competent they say that the petition will be rejected a public hearing by the way on the matter expected later this month at fenway park ben parker wbz newsradio 1030 there may be another name change coming this one to the everett casino project in light of new sexual misconduct allegations against casino magnate steve win earlier this week the associated press reported on new allegation dating to the 1970s in which a woman reported to police she had a child with win after he raped her win boston harbor is scheduled to open next year but calls are growing for the state to demand wins name be removed governor charlie baker agrees the move should be considered i think many of us that from the first time we heard the first though agape formal it was important for the commission to incorporate that into the suitability element of our statute uh and to act accordingly and i'm glad that they're moving quickly on this and i'm really glad this steve wednesday up down from the company and stepped away from the board steve wynn has denied all of the allegations against him wbz news time 503 time for traffic and weather together on this thursday morning the subaru retailers of new england allwheel drive traffic on.

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"omonia" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"omonia" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Let's does get some more water get some more food head of we had a we make it so that were less dependent on outside of resources exactly so i kinda wanted to end with the the project that you're working on now in that saw ammonia emergency response is that right yes that's correct um i am a currently so we have one space station an emergency scenario we use ammonia as a coolant on space station and um in the emergency uh scenario uh there is a possibility that some of that omonia could leak inside space station in omonia is very very toxic to humans and uh you know it's 3500 uh parts per million concentration of omonia would lead to one breath to death and at much lower concentrations you can smell it it would start degrading it's your you can't see very well uh omonia loves water um and so and were we have a lot of area under mostly water right and so and it also has an adverse effect on our skin at somebody he's concentrations too and so i as a result um uh my team helped develop the uh ammonium urgency response how should the crew of respond to the emergency event and the moges the emergency stay quarter community we have a large community that determined that we do need a way that we can scrubbed the omonia from the air as well as provide an alternate uh air source or air supply to protect their lungs and their eyes and yet case um as they're trying to escape from space station and so how the scenario would go is that you would have an omonia lahrmann station the crew would dawn a it's a a quick donned masks arcadia may that has a a pure o2 a source but it's only for about seven and a half to fifteen minutes so they're going to have this which eventually okay i'll what they do is they uh they close their hatches as they go to isolate their escape vehicle they closed the hatch and this is the commercial crude vehicle um vehicles that we're talking about.

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"omonia" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"omonia" Discussed on KELO

"Me like he is sitting there as a saint omonia leon as high horse as if he's got some superiority feeling over donald trump where i would argue that maybe james colmey ought to be shutting up and talking to his lawyers a little more greg do you know what i mean isn't there vulnerabilities for him at this point if he put the fix n as relates to the hillary email investigation if he leaked information that that was proprietary and classified israel blades to in government materials to a friend to leak to create a special council is we're also told the coordinated his testimony with robert muller who was then appointed special counsel i mean i think he's got some legal potential vulnerabilities himself does any oh you've been absolutely goal jeopardy m the more he talks about or sends twitter messages you know sort of holier than now vein uh the worst he makes it for himself uh you know the people who enforce the laws are human beings to and they don't like to see that sort of thing coming from somebody who is uh and could be and should be a subject or target of a criminal investigation it's a it's the equivalent of taunting and it's unwise to do comey who is a veteran lawyer should know better but he can't help himself never has you know he's the guy who loves to pretend he's a boy scout when in fact uh he's just the opposite of that and i think his actions but the trade him uh in leaking evidence um and including classified documents uh and obstructing justice in clearing hillary clinton in the face of overwhelming evidence of guilt one of those things are your reporting last night too that this probably is just the first that will fall in what is a widespread scandal again not rank and file but the upper echelons of doj an fbi in other words you know there are other big names that are vulnerable five for the life of me don't understand how peter struck and lisa page even have a job at this point yes and you're right this is just the beginning according to a number of people that have spoken with and and what's really interesting now i think that there's as parents relief among the rank and file fbi uh agents and people within the bureau because they actually see something being died i know that when mccabe.

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"omonia" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"omonia" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Tried to see if there was a transcript of that testimony because they don't actually quote mccabe stessed omonia they just sort of paraphrase it and there is no transcript that has been released to the public so like we as readers of this memo can't verify whether that is an accurate characterization or not a senior democratic official with the intelligence committee told me that it mixed mischaracterized the testimony but we don't know we can't prove that either and in this is something that's that's that holds true in this whole saga of of the memo it puts the fbi in a very difficult position in that it cannot and i've said this before it cannot fight back because to counter the accusations in the memo would likely require them to reveal classified information and that's something that they are loath to do this is something that a hillock we have talked about so many times here where it's that conundrum of the elephant in the dark you don't know what part of the elephant your touching i mean is there ever a time when we won't be able to see the whole elephant are we just going to have to be okay with the fact that were only ever going to see bits and pieces of us if you're ask you about the full russia investigation i doubt that we will ever see the full elephant in terms of the memo and what it is alleging i think that we may learn more from the the democratic response which they have voted on in the committee they wanted to have democrats wanted to have released in tandem with the memo that came out today a republican shot that down along party lines boats they say that they will bring it back up for another vote soon so that this can be so that the democratic memo which is purportedly a pointbypoint rebuttal of everything that is in through the republican memo um so that it can be released to the public as well a different view of the elephant a different view of the elephant but still not the whole elephant and as we learned today the house speaker paul ryan does want to.

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"omonia" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"omonia" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The cdc that show the percentage of patients who are actually dying from the flew in omonia has gone up forty nine states are reporting widespread flew activity that impacting the elderly the most baby boomers are also getting hit hard and so far thirty seven children have died from influenza and doctor say about half of those deaths are in children who had no underlying medical conditions they were otherwise healthy in the next hour michigan's attorney general will hold a press conference to address complaints following this week's sentencing of dairy dr larry nassar for sexually abusing his patience nasser worked at michigan state university and was the team doctorate usa gymnastics survivors of also accused the university and olympic gymnastic officials of not doing enough to stop the abuse espn's mark schwarzer's and lansing the attorney general michigan's bill schutte is looking into the allegations against the university and he is going to update the media he says he's going to make a report and recommendations and perhaps criminal charges will be filed against those at the university who either try to silence the victims or ignored their calls about the abuse president trump is back in washington after his trip to davos he calls reports that he tried to fire special counsel robert muller last summer quote fake news the reports say he didn't fire him after white house counsel don mcgann pushback new york times reports that mcgann threatened to quit uh when trump insisted on firing moeller in that ultimately trump back down but that question has now raised concerns among democrats who now want to shield the special counsel from firing and the republican chairman of the judiciary committee chuck grassley says he's open to the idea abc's david right you're listening to abc news news radio time is 900 to the family of atoms county sheriff's deputy heath gum who was shot and killed wednesday night has issued a statement they thanked the community for the tremendous outpouring they've experienced sheriff michael mcintosh read their statement we have no words that appropriately say thank you for the donations suit and offers to help or extended.

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"omonia" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"omonia" Discussed on WDRC

"Thirteen and got a job right after school and just started paying him off right away and big chung and twin ever i got a bonus for a little raise i was but or by hum towards my student loan so they're all gone what was the secret to getting rid of your debt um the secret was living in my main been really when i did get a reason i got one rate is during not eighteen months to just put all the mount omonia got in the raise towards my alone you go all right very cool what made you decide that those results this was important because a lot of people keep their student loans around like they think they're are pet oh i would rather be doing on thing than pain student loan for for alive so that was the driver for me when i wanted to do other things besides being in debt indebted to uh to loan so do good for you so you're calling him a bigger free screen yes and i wanted to shout out to my mom and dad because they've been listening to you since i was a little though how old are you i'm twenty four awesome will very cool congratulations very proud of you are right yeah meghan in chicago thirteen thousand dollars paid off in eighteen months making 55 a year counted down let's hear a debt free scream three two one.

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"omonia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"omonia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"For christmas a 26yearold tow truck driver for modeste is facing territorj is now for allegedly telling the informant that he wanted to carry out a suicide attack on fishermen's warf the guy's father gordon jemson says he he knew his son had converted to islam but he sauna signs of extremism be syndrome on a few sided noses were you know we do not look peace were piece would love and everything else influences the fbi says everett james said that thought a christmas would be ideal for the attack and fishermen wharf was the ideal place because it's usually crowded president trump and the first lady posted a merry christmas video on twitter this morning this christmas season salary our blessing says americans and we pray for peace all over the world on behalf of malania myself baron and the entire trump firmly god bless you god bless america and have a very very merry christmas and happy new year president trump's holiday weekend also included some golf and a midnight mass at the church where he married the first lady reclaiming the limousine omonia in his christmas speech at the vatican pope francis as did mrs in the faces of children in need a pope till the faith on saint peter's square to have compassion for the millions of people forced from their homes because of conflict and other problems he also encourage peace in the korean peninsula and in the middle east queen elizabeth also delivered her annual christmas message she paid tribute to people killed in terror attacks in england this year as well as those who died in highrise apartment fire in london reflecting on these events makes me grateful for the blessings of home and family and in particular for seventy years of marriage speed of marriage this is the first time prince harry's fiancee meghan markel joined the royal family for their christmas events the two are set to get married in may lord has cancer.

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"omonia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"omonia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The cinema and who were fun and tough and didn't given east coast f about all the slick ones out in la the glory days as in tribeca the old cramped offices the wonderful gang of executives and assistance in the filmmakers who were doing repeat business the brothers wanted to create a family of film and they did just that we look forward to having our meetings their meetings that we turn into plans that we turn into a rock she has raucous nights out on the town simply put og miramax was a blast so yeah i was there and let me tell you one thing and let's be perfectly clear about one thing every one effing new now that he was raping no that we never heard but we were certainly aware of a certain pattern of overly aggressive behavior that was rather dreadful we knew about the man's hunger his fervor his appetite there was nothing secret about his were racist re re passively like a gluttonous ogre out of the brothers grimm all couched in vague promises of potential movie roles and it should be noted that there were many who actually succumbed to his volke charms willingly which surely must have only impelled him to cast his feted net even wider but like i said lead every one effing new and to me if harvey's behavior was the most represent were reprehensible thing what one could imagine a not so distant second is the current flood of saint omonia denial and condemnation that now crashes upon those shores then galuppi tie aides of b s righteousness because every one effing new and do you know how i know this is true because i was there i saw you i talked with you about it you the big producers you the big directors you the big agency you the big 'financiers you the big rival studio chiefs you the big actors the big actresses view the big models you the big journalists you the big screen screenwriter orders you the big rockstars' the big restaurant years and you the big.

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"omonia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"omonia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To be oh god boom and monday through friday on wsb low t long gory of buford myself here there you go all right you guys reduced not started show it's way too early we care now let's that let's do a by the way i i trust the chuck's judgment because he's a bitter man he doesn't like anything but true that was the best episode omonia last game ever that was fantastic yeah that was good your ardo singer casper weinberger singer he art ed v r i mean literally trying to hook margo up on my guard him to give her softballs and really could you i want her to get these right nothing so that anybody who is now what may setting to this game you just go no every time this go against them all you got to do because even when we serve of what is a softball to all all of us where were just sitting here yeah all hands deb your lips in i thought debbie giving italy's a ear and they always get her now there's a couple of other tricky i knew andrew mccarthy be gas sows out of politics they yeah brian denny he could be a politician but yeah i thought that was fantastic so we're gonna have them back on they were were that automatically a died from the fed tactic millennial match game too would you rather neutral little son joining us now is the soothsayer the truth the seeker the askar of unanswerable questions the he joined this every tuesday now on the mark arum show he is a little sanjay and if you're not familiar with this segment sanjay will will will try to ask us unanswerable questions really tough questions that we then try to answer and please feel free to play all along in your car so when sanjay access to question thank you yourself will how would i answer that question get it got it good art silky first question my friend first question would you rather live in a small trailer in a rundown but they create report and be able to pick a band wong luxury vacate radically four times a year or live in a slightly above average home in a nice suburb but never be able to afford to go anywhere outside of your own backyard provacation wow so live in a trailer park but get the take expensive vacations or live in.

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"omonia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"omonia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I go to biggest ally ultimate omonia or you're just walked down the street now i can also add to this great on all puns panels and things that they have out there they quashed the roads and know what what they were smarter there would they would do is they would have liquor by some kind of a border something where they were you could have you could have some a games games of chance you know and then a rather just giving the money you get a chance to play and if you lost the they get the money to view the nudity i dunno where you get you a they could give you anything but a might be more fun be little more interesting than just handing over the money yeah yeah all right thank you given brescia to call your next to dog in air hello dog oh you sir i could be better if i were seventy people had yet yeah they have gravity collaborate young yeah as right now the warden of for people just tuning in they have no idea how this works because there is a rule here you can only call each show once a week that's to give you know everybody not pretoria call the glenn and dagner for our friends or i guess of some sort and anyway they work like last night glenn called up and he gave the answers were both of you that's how this works right yup and then you call in tonight and you do the answers for glenn and yourself yes okay and as usual we all sit back and amazement yet at the way this works okay our question number one what is the weirdest thing you've ever had for breakfast cereal i nobody knows when i up in broccoli on cheese and eat it wanted napoli and he ended up eat breakfast league illuminate the whole thing that it at mgm broccoli and cheese okay uh and in mayan is i hope i'm up all the time so i eat anything like ali plan d candy by i don't like it but not people down a go out to work out of burgers underlay moves were burke can now a few that don't understand that your cake.

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