18 Burst results for "Opoku"
"opoku" Discussed on GG Over EZ
"Couple of hundred years that's some yeah that's like a less the thing too with Colorado especially the mountains Zombie outbreak. You go the mountains. Because once it gets cold they gotta trudge through all that stuff their muscle tissues and stuff. We're going to get cold freeze over boom easy and one thing about 'cause I hate being so when Opoku but I don't want to be cold rather take my chances over there. Yes with autism. I hate being cold. I hate fire for unknown. You scraped off your car. That's the worst feeling in the world and you're GONNA say no because I have a garage now found like when I scrape offs and off cars the worst thing in the world and a Hainault you WanNa know what is great. What being cold. Because then it's so nice to curl up and be warm but when you're hot I find it's so much easier to be warm when I'm cold. Then they get hurt coming in after a hot day like a nice cool room than I do coming in after being reasoning. I'm just a hour. I'm a cold blooded creature like my. Isn't that right like reptile? The No. That's what I'm saying is called. I'm going to be caught like whatever the room temperature is like. I'm not a hot earth there. We'll come to this city. The green and the drinks are in our winters. Like forty degrees. Sick Yeah you could go down there. We got great tacos Song Guitar so anyways about my car car so I'm like looking any.
Chemists Investigate Casanova's Clap
"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin all Cazenove the name is synonymous with a reputation for romantic. Let's say excess but a new study suggests that the real Jacome Cazenove may have exaggerated his sexual exploits none in terms of their sheer volume, but in their infectious aftermath because though Cazenove claim to have suffered several bouts of gonorrhea, researchers could find no traces of the responsible microbe on the pages of the womanisers handwritten memoir. The findings will appear in the journal electro freezes casanovas memoir completed in seventeen ninety eight fills twelve volumes and its English. Translation, runs to thirty five hundred pages in this tell-all casanovas tally some hundred twenty two lovers then confesses to recurring gonorrhea relapses to investigate these claims. Researchers turn to a technique they'd previously used to. Positively identified the bacterium that causes plague on the pages of death registries from seventeenth century Milan. Thus we thought we would be able to detect the gun Opoku on Kazan Avas pages. CC candidate meted in use memoirs have been been infected by gonorrhea in his first sex intercourse at the age of eighteen and having suffer from relapses of the sex Peja his lifetime as a gun lover. Giorgio Righetti, professor emeritus at Milan, polytechnic Righetti and his colleague glib Zuber Stein. Who has a company called spectra fon in Israel developed a hand held device that allows them to capture characterize protein, fragments and other macromolecules from the surface of historical documents such biological materials. Can get stuck to a manuscript when say someone licks his fingers to more easily turn the books pages leaving behind traces of potentially infected saliva, but in the case of Kesse. No. Ova that goes not racist caucus could be detected. They did however find traces of cinnabar a red pigment containing mercury sulfide at the time that chemical was used to treat these sexually transmitted diseases. Do your including syphilis gonorrhea quite likely that cousin Alvin been using macrey suit, find to cure relapse, his taraji. So it could be that as infection was in remission when Cazenove pen the three or four pages of chapters one and two that the researchers were able to examine and that in addition to his way with women Cazenove also had a deft hand with eighteenth century pharmaceuticals. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans, sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin.
"opoku" Discussed on New Player Has Joined
"Well, I offered to reimburse you if you didn't like it didn't know, I I'm a I'm a dice roller, man. Okay. So real quickly kinda came at the time. I was really getting back into conflict gaming like taking, you know, everyone takes that weird like blackout period or maybe didn't I used it in play for a little while. What have you what made you stop playing? I think looking college I kind of played a little bit. And then after college I was just poor like, honestly like sleeping on people's catches. My I moved LA just so like such vagrant. And then wouldn't we able to afford something like a PS two anyway about borderlands? I became a big halo player. So when halo was dry there have nothing coming out. I wanna shooter game. So just like picked up borderlands one. Yeah. I was like oh my God. I love it. I love the love it is. It was borderlands one was an amazing game. And then with borderlands two they just took everything I love about borderlands and made it incredible was more refined much more interesting the writing I mean, we'll probably get into that. Because like it's the funniest game layer. What the first one was just the style. Like, it's the first cell shaded first person. I've seen an awesome that RPG elements every time he shoots somebody. There's like action points. Yeah. What was that? Like to see I was I thought at first I was like kind of an eyesore. Not used to that those game. I kind of like really like played that was like that. And so it was really confusing to me. Yeah. Just kinda random rolls. And like, you know, comparing the attributes of the guns and stuff like that. I was like, whoa. This is a lot myself really kind of getting into and. Yeah. All the other games. I was playing this game like a summers where the tell me what one other game you're playing that. You're like, I don't have time for this. I libor. Definitely halo three. Yeah. Online competitive. I used to play every night, you know, way into it. Yeah. Interesting. Awesome. Okay. So you're playing this and then borderlands two came out. And you're just like, okay. Just the stories that much different is at the voice acting like what was that? You're like this is the first one man, I would kind of well, you kind of nailed the the story was so it's not like a clean linear story. I'm not sure if I could tell you really what it's about. Yeah. But it's so funny info weird in filling it the very fact villa game in very surreal. It's all the notes I love I'm big David Lynch fan. When she and Opoku. Only. I just want to spend time the world building in those games. I guess it's gearbox, right? Such a good job. It's really doing that. In a Berlin to it was it was just more immersive. It was more PG the guns were much better. Yeah. I thought the level cooler the graphics and the graphics were like better. But it wasn't like a huge in the first borderlands. You're basically just in the same kind of landscape the entire exact steps up. So now, you're in you're in the desert snow you're in the mountains. Like, oh, yeah. It's it's just much more varied. And then for I think for me the big change. The borderlands story is pretty simple. And there's one to us at the end. The board land story too is way more complex. There's way more characters. They were like, let's make a movie, and then let's make it a very fun game. Exactly. It's such a baller game..
"opoku" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"To Cleveland Opoku Rb blue in Slovenia. If.
"opoku" Discussed on AP News
"Thank you for listening to the AP radio network. Did you do that you can purchase prince of AP's photography for your personal or small business? Use every day a piece photographers capture incredible images from all around the world. There on the scene of wars and conflicts concerts, movie premieres championship games and parades. You can browse APM dot com to find iconic photos to display your home office restaurant or do you give to friends and colleagues for more information, visit dot com. A new area for eighteen African penguins has opened at rooms by Opoku zoo, the international union for conservation of nature says African penguins are an endangered species. Rooms penguins arrived from zoos into written northern Italy and Bristol England the transfer was pounded the European endangered species programme which aims to preserve a population of healthy endangered animals in captivity. Half of the penguins are female half male. And they are all between two and four years old. NBC's planning attributes who Elvis Presley's nineteen sixty eight comeback TV special the singer presents Elvis. The network says the Elvis all star tribute will Aaron February. It'll be hosted by Blake Shelton and will include well known performers recreating songs and staging of the original program producers Steve binder who worked with Presley fifty years ago to create the special says he never expected to endure the all star tribute also has brought the release of a box set. That includes a Blu Ray edition of the show and a book by binder on its creation. Third parties sales of puppies and kittens are being banned in Britain, the UK's animal welfare Minister, David Rutley said the band's part of a commitment to make sure pets get the right start in life. The decision follows widespread support for cracking down on puppy farms and making it harder for unscrupulous dealers that disregard animal welfare under the new measure people wishing to adopt a puppy or kitten would have to deal directly with a breeder or rehoming centre rather than pet shops or other commercial dealers animal welfare groups have praised it as an important step forward. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground.
"opoku" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Sometimes I think that man probably thing like all they feel kind of alone because they don't have as many women as men in Parker. So I guess my question is it does it bother you compared to you male colleagues? I mean, assuming that they get treated slightly different in the field and online archly not really in general. I try not to like a lot of things bother me. Because if that happens, I would be just rump e girl online training around and stuff like that. So I. I try to see everyone as a nice person and everyone does mistakes or they don't even know. It's a mistake. Right. But you the only woman on your team at why do you think Parkway's male dominated? I think you can also compared with skateboarding. It looks like a kind of dangerous sport where you can hurt yourself pretty fast. And that's just what a lot of people think in a lot of girls. They just see these videos of these guys jumping on buildings and stuff. And I think it's just they don't really know that you can also start lower as a women, and that the sport is actually also for women because it's a kind of as you sat before kind of gymnastics and concrete, it's absolutely easy to start. And that's what you have to show women a reminder that you're listening to the conversation, gasoline Palko athlete dream, L Talil and the German Poku athletes. Okay. So Frank Poku started off as a French military. Obstacle course, but has since taken root across the world online. You can find hundreds of videos of athletes voting flipping leaping and doing all sorts of. Of other heart-stopping moves from Lebanon, Japan. Visit even talk of cocoa becoming an Olympic sport. Now, cookie. I was watching a video of another female Poku athlete, and she said that women bring flexibility and balance to the sport with men. It's more about explosiveness and our dear agree with that. Yes. Yes. I think so because a lot of women come from domestics to Parker, and then they just develop their movement day gymnastics movement and a little bit more park Haresh style. But still with this point toast stuff. And yeah, I see that very often actually agree that about women and men brings something slightly different to the sport. I don't really see that way. Too much to be honest because I think it depends on what the go what to do with it. And what the boy wants to do with it. Although I can agree on that goes might be a little of having a style of flexibility in it. That's. True. But it doesn't have to be surely that goes would do that and boys will do the powerful stuff. No. Because like most of the time. And I am sure. It's okay agrees on that. We do things, and we work on things that requires power or strength. Most of my training is strength movements. I do some mobility and stretching, but it's not like fifty percent of my training gets like ten percent of my training. I do a lot of strength. Yes. So it's just depends on what each one would prefer. I just wanted to say that I think most of the girls who came from gymnastics, they they see that. They don't really have as much power as mine. So they try to get the same jump with another technique like more that not even a gymnastics technique when it's about flips. It is a lot easier for women to do with technique than with strength. But you can actually see every time almost every time. A gymnast does a flip and a non gymnast. Does a flip. Yes. See you can tell the okay, she was she was not their strength and there's technique, right? And has your father has he come round to you love Poku is he now fully supportive. So when I told him I'm doing Palko, he was very very sad. He didn't really accept it. He was like that's not the proper sport. You can't gain money with you won't read anything with Parker, and I had to hear that a long time until I finally had some Parkway jobs where I was working with celebrities, and it was jumping on a red carpet and stuff. And then finally my father was like oh, Hello. My my daughter. She was on the red carpet at that's my towel there. Yeah. Everyone. So. Yeah. Since he knows I can actually pay money with it. And I'm actually happy with the sport. He appreciates it. Ream have your family always been behind you? Yet to be honest. My family was pretty supportive in what I'm doing because they so how much passionate I was with Barkor like with most things in my life. I was pretty normal with it. I wasn't really passionate about something or excited about something. I was just you know, average on everything. But then when I found I have changed so much and they found that I became better. So I think that was one of the reasons they loved that. Although they may think it's dangerous like my mom would be like oh take care today. Please don't do that do that. And I like, no, don't worry. Mom. I'm not doing this crazy stuff, and I would go do this crazy stuff to be honest. But I mean, they're supportive in what I'm doing because they see the impact of on me when I explained for them. It wasn't that. I was telling them I just wanna go and jump from one building to another. They saw that I was actually week because when I started I. Had no sports background. I was starting everything from scratch my physical technical and everything's was from scratch. But also, I had a big support from my brother because he started with me as well. So yeah, he kinda give me support to like do this and told my family that it's something good for me. So yeah. Sometimes I get comments from other relatives in the family or people talking to my Peres. Like, why are you letting your daughter do this and stuff like that? But I think they're pretty supportive. Yeah. You decided to go to Dhbai because of laws while right? Yeah. So actually me and my husband we were in Egypt. Most of us are totally crazy about four core. We want it to spend the rest of our lives doing Barkor, but in Egypt. It's really hard to take this as a career. And of course, we have to have a career like something. To keep us going on. My husband is actually an architect and he gave up on this for core. And we were kind of like not knowing what we're gonna do now with their lives. But there was this. Yeah. But like I actually encouraged him to do that. Because he didn't want to be an architect and wants to do that. He was just doing it. Because this is how it's like do you study? Something you graduate, you work. And you may not even enjoy what you're doing. You have to do it just to get money. And and that's it. So we decided to just follow our dream. We knew about the XP, and we took a course just to get us qualified for working as coaches, and then just one month or two months after they asked us to work there. And it was a dream for Senate happened. Yeah. Like that yet? As I understand it. There's already ranking system the wolf fedaration and free running has ranking for men, but not for women Sukhi. What do you make of that? I don't really know from Huda was again, I'm I'm actually kind of confused why there's a ranking anyway because is it like about this person is won this competition or is just better than this person. Or what can I'm not sure what the logistics the world free writing Poku federation. I guess what I'm interested in more is like the idea that regardless of what the system is in terms of tallying the point. I'm just interested that these one four men for women given that they are quite a few women in Palko. Yeah. The there are lot more women. Now, there are a lot of other women coming to and start training. And I also think that the Dato no so many women so they can make a ranking. They're not so many women who are known. Re what advice what tips would you give to young women who wants to get into the sport? I'd like to give directly actually to a woman in specific and all women as well. But because I know I remember Muslim women go through their lives in terms of sports. I think you don't have to be fit to start. You don't have to be ready to start. You can start at your own level. What is comfortable for you? And then you yourself would set challenges. No one else would push. You don't think about how other people think of what you're doing think about what you'd like to achieve with yourself? Also, the last thing is just start like don't wait just start rain, some solid advice there. Thank you, silky. So first of all, I think that. A lot of women say all I'm I it feels like embarrassing to train and to jump around. Because I can't do that forget about this nothing embarrassing because if you stop Paul core a lot of people will appreciate it. A lot of people will say, wow, you do Paul cool. It's nothing you should be ashamed of because everyone starts at another level. And if you start from zero that's totally a cane in Germany, we say, no master fell from heaven. You just always start from from where your skills are on what level they are. If if you don't know anything about park, get friends, go and do sport together, it's always easier and so much funnier to train with your friends because you just have nice company, and if they already know a little bit of ballpark Hoy, they can help us will always try to get help and advice and ask people. The Paul community is very very openminded. They always help you. If you have any question, you can just come to whoever, and you can ask them a lot of girls are also kids and man beginnings. They come to a power core jam, and they are afraid to talk to the park who celebrities because they think they're a no one. But sorry, what's what's a park who John Opoku jams, basically like Opoku gathering where a lot of tracers traces are the Poku. Your practices. They come together in one spot or one gym, and they trained together that's a Parkway damn. So if you see someone training Parker, go to them and tell them, hey, I do Palko as well and make friends and one final piece of advice. Okay. Don't compare with other people. I had to learn that by my Aaron I did the mistake. I saw another girl doing a big jump. And I was like, oh, I can do that. If she can do that. I can't do that too. I couldn't I hurt myself. And everyone is different everyone moves different. That's the nice thing about Parker. My style is different to yours, and you should break your own jumps and not jumps from someone else. Or for someone else? Always about you, sir, silky. What would be the most thing that helps you deal with your fear in in something, especially when it's something that you know, you can do. But like I'm talking about this kind of fear. Not like the fear of something that you cannot do because that's something else. I know that feeling when you in front of a Jumba near like, oh my God. This is breaking my head right now. Yeah. Yeah. They're a little things. What helps me? So first of all, they're my friends. And if I asked them like all, you sure I can do to jump and they know me well enough. They would never lie to me because I would hurt myself. There would definitely say, hey, I know, you you can do that John bids just about your mindset right now..
"opoku" Discussed on AP News
"AP's? Jackie Quinn reports. One members calling for an investigation into the internet providers century lay expressing concern about a nationwide internet outage FCC Commissioner, Jessica Rosenthal. Purcell says her agency needs to look into what caused this coast to coast disruption. It led to nine one one services being unavailable to people in parts of Washington state, Missouri and Arezzo Idaho officials say they also lost some nine one one phone systems along with those at their departments of correction and education ATM's were reported down there too along with several other states and the Wyoming lottery office was also affected. I'm Jacky Quin. A new area for eighteen African penguins has opened at rooms by Opoku zoo, the international union for conservation of nature says African penguins are an endangered species. Rooms penguins arrived from zoos into written northern Italy. And Bristol England the transfer was pounds of the European endangered species programme which aims to preserve a population of healthy endangered animals in captivity half of the penguins, female, Hoffa male, and they are all between two and four years old. Most Americans support using gene editing technology to create babies protected against a variety of diseases. According to a new poll, but the poll by the Associated Press, an OR see center for public affairs research shows, they draw the line at changing DNA so children are born smarter faster or taller a month. After startling claims of the world's first, gene. Edited births in China? The poll finds people are torn between the promise of this powerful technology and concerns over how to use it ethically. The partial shutdown and Trump, I'm Tim Maguire, Verlaine AP news minute. President Trump threatens in a tweet to close the border with Mexico. If Democrats don't agree to fund the construction of a border wall impasse has caused a partial government shutdown. That's nearly a week old budget director, Nick Mulvaney, says democratic leaders have walked away from the negotiations and the president is serious about the threat if they don't return to the talks options are on the table. Listen, it's the only.
"opoku" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova
"Com. Here's a beautiful thing. It's the most difficult worse last name on the planet. And yes, I'm the owner of it. So there's two shortcuts. They got there. You can go to Google and type in Mike. That's my first name space bar MC. Am I see drop down? You'll see the longest Most Polish name ever. That's me or my nickname in high school was Mike motorbike dot com. Here's the irony Tiffany, I've never driven a motorcycle. But if you go to Mike motorbike dot com, they'll get to my site. All my books are there chapter downloads for free? Of course, I used to write for the Wall Street Journal that Content's up there too for free and Opoku myself. Excellent. Will thank you again. Mike, and thanks to all of our listeners for listening. That was so much fun talking to Mike. I hope you enjoyed having us talk about the pumpkin plan, which I just love that metaphor and thinking about building these colossal pumpkins, and what that means to business and how we can apply this passion and customer demand focusing on what you do best and then moving and starting to discuss profit because that's what it's all about. And really thinking about how do you flip that on your head and put profit first, and then all the expenses and selling behind that? Then you start making very different decisions. And then without a doubt, my favorite was his new book clockwork talking about designing your business and really designing your career. In being able to eliminate yourself for a couple of weeks, remove yourself from business and trust that it will just survive. Your teams will survive everything will continue going and really in the end everyone's better for it. So I hope you enjoyed that conversation with author and entrepreneur Mike McCullough wits. Please check out all his information. Thank you so much for listening into the what's next podcast. Don't forget to subscribe. If you enjoyed the show, please leave comments because it's always great to hear what you think you have an amazing rest of your day. Thank you for tuning.
"opoku" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"A, veteran, move. By the youngsters Columbus quickly other, ways, artists to, through-ball look like he was off side gets to it left side offside flag is down as artists Santos. Santos crossbar post and it's over the head of everybody out of the box towards, the far touchline chase down, by awful. He fires in across and it's blocked by, Lundquist goes out of play for Columbus throw eighty seven th minute nil nil Quick throw in back awful leading cross bounces off of wac Opoku who sit the cross in watts got a touch on it and then. Bounced, off of mayor almond went. Through the bylines. You'll be Joe Willis goal kick for. The dynamo, dared. Wasser had overrun that cross as Opoku got it in there and it was. Behind Watson. He just tried to flick it passed, in, the flick, kind of ended up causing Miranda got on mayor when he wasn't expecting it and just harmlessly goes out. Past the byline to Houston dynamo try to hold on here get a point haven't, really had the opportunity since, tomorrow Minolta's Shot just went over the bar. Pain you got called for. A foul off the goal kick Mensa wanted a, card on, them for cumulation over to mayor on quickly left side he fires across takes it. Affliction Boniek Garcia try to. Clear it and kind of whipped on the clearance of bit but it bounced right demoniac a right to Eric Alexander worked out all right now over to the. Nearside, for Andrew winger winger goes. Long down the. Touchline goes out of play for Columbus. Bro The only on the Eighty-eight Ronin quickly the, Mensa Mensah. Across the halfway line over to. The right side it's Harrison. Off. On a play that must be done player Yep looking over to the backline. Leonardo's down Cramping it's left hamstring laying. Down.
"opoku" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"The service that they're depending on now if they're depending on an Uber or left that's not. Going anywhere until members say not only with a measure help with increase. Congestion from extra vehicles but we'll stay off losses for yellow cabs and livery drivers who have seen their incomes and medallion values plummet lift spokesman Joseph Opoku argues this will. Make it harder for people to get a ride outside of Manhattan is that there. Have been thousands upon thousands of concerned citizens who tried to express their concern, to the city council and it appears to this moment that the council is not willing to really hear the concerns because they're rushing. Through so quickly Guzman NBC News Radio New York Noah will be giving an update on the Atlantic. Hurricane season outlook this morning as the season enters its peak period of August through October so far this season there. Have been, four named, storms. Including two hurricanes forecasters we'll talk about what to expect during the remainder of the season Which ends November thirtieth movie lovers are having. Strong. Reactions to the news that, the Oscars are adding a category. The, new category is going to honor achievement in, popular film actor Rob Lowe said the move was the worst idea, the academy of Motion Picture Arts and, sciences has ever come up with also said the film business passed away with the announcement it hopes of, adding, viewers the. Board of governors also approved shortening the ceremony to three hours and we'll move. The data two weeks starting in twenty twenty arc Mayfield NBC News Radio the number one reason Americans are putting money aside may surprise. You it's not to purchase a home car save for retirement or college it's to see the world a recent study by SunTrust. Banks found that, forty, five percent. Of Americans are saving their money for travel after travel said he found thirty seven percent of Americans are building their nest egg for emergencies. Thirty percent for retirement, and twenty one percent to buy home the Carter NBC. News Radio something.
"opoku" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Twenty. Three thousand athletes who compete, in Special Olympics Eleanor throughout the. State, at a New York Times report indicates Amazon, may soon be narrowing down the finalists for their second US headquarters, there are currently twenty finalists you're listening, to the latest from NBC News Radio the New York City council has passed a Bill that puts a one year moratorium on licenses given. To Uber and lift vehicles councilman Stephen Levin sponsored the legislation the service that they're depending on now if they're depending on an Uber or. Lift that's not going anywhere until members say not only with a measure help with increase congestion from extra vehicles but will stave, off losses for yellow cabs and livery drivers who've seen there Incomes and, medallion values plummet lift, spokesman, Joseph Opoku argues this will make it harder for people get a ride outside of Manhattan is that. There have been thousands upon thousands of concerned citizens who tried to express their concern to the city council. And it appears to this moment that the council is not willing to really hear the concerns. Because they're rushing through so quickly Guzman NBC News Radio New York know what will be giving an update on the Atlantic hurricane season outlook this morning as the season enters its peak period of August throughout Tober so. Far this season there been. Four named storms including two hurricanes forecasters will talk. About what to expect during the remainder of the season which ends November thirtieth movie lovers or having strong reactions to the news. That. The Oscars are adding a, category the new category is going. To, honor achievement in popular film actor Rob Lowe, said the move was the worst idea the academy of Motion Picture, Arts and sciences has ever come up, with also said the film business passed away with the announcement it hopes viewers The board of governors also approved shortening the ceremony to three hours and we'll move the data. Two weeks starting, in, two.
"opoku" Discussed on Super Station 101
"All right does eighteen minutes after the hour you locked into the land is to do like so you can leverage you can bet your bottom dollar macau russell david today are we to be the craig studio y'all been playing all right three three it's okay i suffer for a while all right so we miss the brian unger baas eric opoku we got wasn't craig joining us today and of course he got dylan on one and two and your phone calls on the dan momentum and phone lines eight six six five five one nine nine thirty three often you get up to my phone first phone call my dear friend my brother from another mother i love me out in huntsville what is going on robert hey how are you my man doing man let me tell you i really love where you're going to show different interviews every saturday evening it's very refreshing excuse me and most enjoyable now i'm quite sure you guys are really familiar with past the mock burns and if you are just say so and move on if you're not i would like to now i don't i don't understand how he's going to challenge that district the fourth district replaced trey goudy i don't know where he's coming from with his platform excuse me he has polish step since his last little force fight on msnbc last year joy reid and what he has to say excuse me is strong it's like your co host said it seems more like a democratic platform republicans and that that kind of bothers me about ten days ago you know i i'm up at five in the morning c span reached into the fourth district of south carolina and talked with a couple of people who were supporting cast barnes and i don't i don't wanna i don't want this thing to be you know they have this thing is south carolina all the money you come back is yours if you lose you do not you don't have to give what you cut elected to the the the state republican party you have to do is just can continue to declare yourself or candidates going forward and you.
"opoku" Discussed on Super Station 101
"All right eighteen minutes after the hour you locked into the land where you can love it you can bet your bottom dollar macau russell david today are we got the studio y'all he'd been playing he been serenading the women and i'm telling you i'm all twisted because they're less on he did man i just wanted to pass bonds lucky he was on the microphone he was on the phone i don't leave after that i wouldn't go home find my wife i'm just going to say hey man i gotta go home i would hope my wife listening so i hope we recorded because i'm gonna go home almost plugged in when i get home i'm a cook them let me step all right three three we'll get you what you want it's okay i i'll suffer for a while all right so we get mr brian unger bars eric opoku we got wasn't craig joining us today and of course he got building on the ones and your phone calls on the dan momentum and phone lines eight six six five five one nine nine thirty three off and you get up to my phone i phone call my dear friend my good brother from another mother i love me out in huntsville what is going on robert hey how are you my man doing well let me tell you i really love where you're going to show us every saturday evening it's very refreshing excuse me and most enjoyable now i'm quite sure you guys are really familiar with past mock burn and if you are just say so and move on if you're not the i would like to hear now i don't i don't understand how he's going to challenge the district the fourth district replaced trey goudy i don't know where he's coming from with his platform excuse me he has polish stuff since his last little ford fight on msnbc last year joy reid and what he has to say excuse me strong it's like your co host said it seems more like a a democratic platform republicans and that that kind of bothers me about ten days ago.
"opoku" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Capture led to kind of odd stalemate the spanish allowed him to continue acting as emperor while he was captured in the inca continued to behave toward him as they had before woke up promise the spanish that he would provide them with vast amounts of silver gold and other treasure if they would just allow him the time to gather it it's not clear whether he intended this as gifts as show of goodwill a lot of times it's written about as him ransoming himself regardless though with this offer vast amounts of silver gold and other treasure the spanish thought it would be in their best interests to keep alive and treat him pretty well like promised now treasure meanwhile up ordered wasco and any of his remaining supporters to be killed to stop them for making their own similar deal with spain after several months during which he got reinforcements for his fighting force declared that is ransom had been paid in ordered everything that had been brought for it to be melted down this was a massive destruction of inca our work artifacts but it didn't buy freedom since the ransom had been paid there was no longer any particular reason to treat him all that well at this point he was just a prisoner the strife among wayne opoku sons also was not over two young men arrived in markelle and said that they were the sons of capac and one of them to said that he was legitimate heir perot kept this revelation secret from ottawa and he kept the two men hidden in com arca what followed was an attempt by wasco supporters to try to use perot and his fighting force to their own ends one of scars former supporters went to zero in claimed that wolpe was plotting against him including having a military force approaching markelle without really looking into that claim pizarro level becky's ation against outta wolpe he ordered a trial with the inca leaders who were income markelle as witnesses at a wall denied there was any plot going on an only afterward pizarro send anybody to investigate whether there really was.
"opoku" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Let's go to uh gone from a six five one area code who's this where you come from it's it's the crystal opoku the crystallography show the crystal paco i will allow hey uh i just want to call and give my support to you today much you know that like don't let these a holes get your down man like you're on the right side of history in this all seek out and people know that this is a disingenuous smear job to be uh uh uh what's the were looking for escalated against your here um sir no nobody's put me i'm blast last night so that was pretty fun and i got to uh to go back and forth with all of his supporters in yeah when you were saying that these are bought s i noticed that some of the accounts would like tweet me and do whatever like threaten me and or whatever and then the account would disappear it would be deleted so it was just another uh oh interesting more proof that uh that it's not real people um and but the real reason i called today is because there's a person uh his name when he sees see jimmy grief or cake um is on twitter on ha goodman's i i'm in a little uh or ha goodman it might lowercase chris i get a lot of people in line the last thing i do is go okay well i just wanna know 7 why why you're ignoring short jordan sheraton okay that's all your nor ignoring jordan cheriton that's all all right are getting that totally powered by by okay by mi ignoring jordan sheraton.
"opoku" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM
"Uh a new york times reporter went to this dinner that was being given on his behalf and at this dinner that's what fleming said yeah moral responsibility will be attached to people or entities that caused resistant bacteria to come into the world and it's a really really powerful and and much less wellknown warning and it seemed to me that given the entire history of antibiotic use particularly in agriculture that this was a warning that deserved to be sounded again i totally agree i will encourage people to note that section of this book in particular and share those words because they are so critically important you want to paint a picture of what it was like before we had antibiotics i will i think it's so hard for us to imagine ourselves into this condition but it shouldn't be hard because if we're not more careful with antibiotics we may find our way back there again but almost every one that i know and you know would born within the antibiotic era rayo fleming the accident the lab accident essentially that causes fleming to identify penicillin happens to 1928 when opoku flee he leaves a window open in his lebar tree in london and something blues in the window onto the petri dishes of staff bacteria that he's working with and when he comes back later to clean those dishes off and reuse them because it's 1928 metal have plastics so they have to wash the glass often or use it he discovers that they're a little deadzone on the staff and let's caused the deadzone is at the centre of each deadzone there is a tiny speck of pedophilia mold and it has excreted a chemical that killed the staff so that's the very start of the antibiotic era even though penicillin doesn't really get developed as a drug untold 1943 gets rolled out on the battlefields of world war two and 1943 becomes available to the general public in about 1944 and is so remarkable that the nobel prize is awarded just one year later and 1945 so before penicillin the mildest infections things that we would not think twice about now were lifethreatening the first per them to get penicillin experimentally was a british police officer named albert alexander who like a lot of middleclass british people loved at the garden and he went out in his back garden.
"opoku" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Q u i n t e in quentin and i was like a wait a minute i'm a little confused shannon it looks like quite the pro style quarterback that they've got their act thirty setback in opoku through the ball right that has right where through his reasoning took that help it off it up like oh wait a minute that that's that's quentin from burn texas that's that's that's that's that's him like right there although she edited did appear that he got his beards shaved up with the rest of the clintons bruce sharp air yeah there are five doubt that up pittsburgh suspended a linebacker name quinton were genesis i dunno i pronounce it w irg i in i s and and i'll i hit at last name looks a little a common limit google it up shannon to why quinn's in same weekend to why quinn's and they're by the way i said a tweet about it said apparently quinton has been gentrified and then the reporter who had that story because they do get suspended said well he got suspended so maybe it has it and i'm like osce dago taking shelter for all come on the go signal to fatah ego day gobert up white quitting is in effect we are white quinton we also uh shannon had a um a is a depot of life zakir a lotta i saw that i was watching to give me it is you state and also the describes named was dibo i'm my what i we just call it a depot geoff colvin of devote rarely.
"opoku" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
"That with the sultan on done we walked in and he was asked we will have dinner with with michael jackson's radical he was sites way his lovely on or he wants to talk about was music and i walked in i said tie on from opoku quote stops and you i'm always fascinating obc fostering can judge lobster and my best friend took a picture of mean michael and she shaking so much blood so it's all right goods out that hold the it was for you've got a great story right brilliant this is now digital detox so if you had to choose just one of these things for the rest of your life so again one of you just take this first thing that comes in you and hate so one contact in your what's up for the result you ally on cape relieve your group steps what sets great that works one spotify playlist on repeat the rest of your life i like i love to nashville series yeah i love that i'll play a little songs that's that's good one after still me on spotify playlists have we will delman iso i'm gonna come santa anita vologda one app on your phone train line various one catch you come without phone i won't be fighting federal nausea and one tv channel sky atlanta cb bee's now this is going to be really tough few god's guidance is shuffle delete repeat mccabe when you get three famous psalms probably stepped songs and you have to choose which one you'd put on shuffle which one you delete forevermore and which one you'd keep playing so.