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"paphos" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:50 min | 3 months ago

"paphos" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Dear friend of mine In who was the excessive From the stories the American band and On I I also met up with a in Bill Yeah L. X. King Working with Mr Free at become friendly. I'm sorry I said working with Mr Frith yes that's right And I was. It took a long time to settle on the vocal Position you know I knew that I was working on from those thing is that I had I played with or or emulators it or whatever I I knew I wasn't going to be easy to find a singer could Get into the songs and really bring some magic out of them I I what we had to Paphos of songs. We're coming along but it was all about. Who was gonNA portray them and seeing them but it's the key being held him So that took a while. I understand you. You auditioned like over. Forty people to try to get that right voice Would sell these songs because it all comes down to that doesn't it? The end of the day is one of the people reference thirty spend It's a jump you know. It is a job and the job is to be successful at it and make enough money to not have to worry about next week Wages right right right right so you you bring in Al Greenwood as you mentioned McDonald. I think you've got hundreds germ you stole under stronger. I believe Elliott and and then ended with the ED gag gag gag yard. Excuse me I'm base a bleep. He's passed a rest in peace And and now it's just finding the right singer and you stumble across this a band black sheep right and Dane. Read that as soon as you put the needle down your life. That's the guy Yeah I pretty much knew Immediately It was Something about the the timbre voice and the fact that he had he was like a big fan of Steve Winwood That was Steve. Winwood was one of the voices I had in my head. When I'd right some you know it would when before I had a fixed. A singer Yeah Yeah Yeah so and I had I had met with Steve. I I During those years to it was him when he was doing traffic. end Yeah I mean it was that was another they'll period that was really Very cool was working with the guys from traffic and a yeah and Most so being one of my favorite bands and Anyway so so Lou. Graham is the guy that that finishes up this This outfit three Americans to Brits. You've got another American singer. You're working with kind of like what you were doing with the with Gary Right. Although it doesn't sound like that was consciously done and You put this group of songs together and I understand that Somehow the the mixed didn't work and you end up remixing the album. What why? Why did that happen? Well And then I had become pretty Much of a.

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"paphos" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

12:01 min | 5 months ago

"paphos" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"In Asia heard the word they we turn the world upside down now. We also understand that he had he may have had an unrecorded visit to corinth since the one next recorded is twice called his third visit. If you're dragging his repeated visits to court and during the close of this long stay this year stay here. He wrote Corinthians and he also many scars we also when he wrote Galicians. It was perhaps the most productive period of Paul's life in the minds of some others would argue that his imprisonment Rome which led to the prisoners. Crystals was even more productive but the school and we wanted to understand this guy. The term actually means tyrant but it was a common term in that area and there isn't a description on the column Barium of the Bruce Livia as a physician in the court. That's maybe weren't they pick this up and another scholar suggests the possibility that a relative of this physician was lecturing on medicine emphasis. And so was a friend of Luke. Luke doctor. This may have been a friend Luke and that may be why Luke was able to range the school space it Paul may have been given the space or may be able to rent it for a modest fee because he's there for several years so it would be helpful to Paul to have a place to preach and next door to the synagogue. They weren't welcome in the Jewish community. So he's down the street here. Probably a public building or lecture hall hired by Paula loaned him and possibly through Luke. We find references to those kinds of Haute now. The Codex busy ads from the fifth hour to the tenth as the time allotted for Paula. To work in this hall and that would be before midday until the close of the afternoon. Sort of what we think of as a Siesta time in hot cultures in climate cultures. They take a break in from noon to early afternoon. And that would be a time. That many people are off work. They take siestas whatever that was a time that is apparently preaching for a leisurely meal. Maybe a nap some sports or visiting Paul at the School of tournus and they would reopen typically nine thirty that night much cool. You've visited Spain or some of this country countries. You're familiar with that cycle of the day. Now it's interesting. Just as Corinth. Paul's greatest success was after his withdrawal to a separate place of meeting he had faithful. Helpers Paphos is referred to that trip is fi are all names that come up frequently and RASTAS GAYUS ARE STARS. Titus profitless and Keiko's the all established Churches Eastward Casa Harare and others and also probably Smyrna satire Pergama Philadelphian Sardaz which of course emerge in. Jesus's letters that cost a revelation chapter two and three now. Paul paid his expenses by working. He had a vocation making tense. We'll find that more next chapter but he probably stayed with Priscilla because they had that common trade common interest between them but it also says that he pastored from house to house. I'm always interested in everything in the book of acts seems to happen high in homes and that's why. I call it the home the once the once and future church. That's where it all started and that's where it's migrating today today. You can really sense the health of the nation by the degree that people are meeting in small groups during the week. Study the word of God in God. Ross special miracles by the hands of Paul. So that from his body where brought into under the sick handkerchiefs aprons. And the diseases departed from them and the evil spirits went out of them and the word by the way. The word miracle here is doing us which is from which we get the word dynamite. These are real miracles going on here but with handkerchiefs aprons. This is. This is a very strange stuff now. Mesa's handkerchiefs those. Were typically the sweat bands from somebody. It's working hard. That's what a really dealing with here. Aprons were the leather work apron. So both of these items were byproducts of a vocational effort and They were sought after because they were Paul's but we even see even in the mosaic period. Even Moses had symbols his staff for example. Aaron's Rod and so forth God will use these occasionally for miracles. See God often does condescend to meet us in our own ignorance and weaknesses where you can reach us. It does doesn't imply that these things were magical. It's just that God chose to use them there. There's a big difference there. It's far far cry from those that on radio or television offer. If you give a special offering they'll send you and handkerchief or something I don't there's they have nothing to do with what's going on here but there are biblical uses are biblical examples of uses of symbols of various kinds. Elijah had a notion that some of the power of Elijah resided in his mantle. You may recall. There is some even sought help from Peter Shadowy read x five back there and so on. But let's move on. Then certain of the Vagabond Jews exorcists took upon them to call over them which had evil spirits the name of the Lord. Jesus saying we jury you by Jesus whom Paul Preaches and there were seven Suns Onesta a Jew and chief of the pres which did so. It's kind of a strange thing here. Now these are exorcists. These are a cultus. But they're endorsing or echoing Paul's Ministry. That sounds like a positive. No they just. They're taking you. Try to take advantage. Here's what's going on. Notice here. They call over them that had evil spirits the name of the Lord. Jesus Watch a notice the article there by the way the Lord Jesus as if to identify the magic word to demons with the addition of whom Paul Preaches they thought success turned on the correct. Use of a magical formula. They're trying to adapt and adopt a magical formulas. But the really after and there were seven sons of Ju- chief of the priest which did the took advantage of this now the spirit answered and said this is a demon possessed guy right the the evil spirit answers and says Jesus I know. And Pauline no but who are ye a man in whom the evil spirit was leapt on them and overcame them and prevailed against them so that they fled out of the house naked and wounded this one demon possessed guy the you know his reaction to these occultist. You know Jesus we'd all in Paulino but who he and this one guy overcome seven the seven sons of CBA. Now some people that have been sitting if you dig into this exposures you discover that some say the Greek implies only to and that's not quite correct in the language here the term that's used their implies all seven the word where we say both at needs to. But they're the Greek structure implies a plurality of all of them. But it takes. It takes some depth of understanding of agreed to get into that even in old English. The word both means more than two. This is a place where some expertise in in general were is useful but in any case. That's obvious that these tons of sea got the worst of it. I always think that's kind of that would make a great movie scene. You know and the overcame them so one man overcame all seven of these guys. Jesus I know in terms of the Greek means a deep instinctive and they knowledge. Okay Paul. I'm acquainted with C. Notice the personality of Satan's forces there personages that are sent knowledgeable and very resourceful. There's a number of events the Gospels and also here that one of the things we need to understand that these creatures are real. These aren't euphemisms for some psychiatric problems obsession. No they're being possessed. These are a sentient knowledgeable and very resourceful beings. So now this is the fourth attack encounter. Here we had Simon magazine May remember. We had Ella Moss Jesus and we had the Philippian pies. And so this is the fourth encounter that we've encountered here okay per seventeen and this was known to all Jews and also dwelling emphasis and fear fell on them. All and the name of Lord Jesus was magnified and many that believe came and confessed and showed their deeds so the MSCI blooming here. This is a major center in the primary Roman province and the word is getting out people getting saved now many of them also which use curious arts meaning colleague practices brought their books together and burn them before all men and they counted the price of them and founded fifty thousand pieces of silver. So mightily grew the word of God. An prevailed these books. We're not into burning books in our culture but the real lesson here is some of these. Things are dangerous and these are weapons of Satan's warfare see human beings are not easily invaded. They bother you unless you give them permission. But you can inadvertently given permission by things you indulgent and that can be we g boards. That can be seances horoscopes. These are all things that can be used by the dark side and we need to understand that. These things are not harmless entertainment. These are not things that are not without their risks because they are what some people would call him entry way as a demon. Get a toehold. If you've read the book or saw the movie. The Exorcist William Blatty the author. I remember in water. Martin was going to set out to attack him thinking that he hadn't done his homework discover that he had done his homework. He actually wrote that based on some several case studies. The case studies happened to be a young boy in New Jersey and the movie. They made a girl but the point is that the body had done his homework and from that point of view was accurate. Walter didn't like the way they ended the movie Satan win effect but he had to yield because he realized that he had done his homework. But the point. I'm getting reason I make reference to that what started all those bizarre goings on and they're based on a real case study. Is that all started with this? Gal Fooling around with the board and that was an entry. That's what started the whole the whole episode and this goes for role playing games and so forth and I haven't kept up with the gaming industry but I wouldn't be a bit surprised at some of the popular video games. Maybe that same category could be dangerous from an iconic point-of-view these are all potentially weapons of Satan's warfare now Dimitrius is going to confirm the tremendous influence of Paul Ministries in emphasis in Asia. Twenty six coming down but they turn the place upside down forty years after this plenty in his famous letter to trading from Bethany will say of Christianity is follows for the contagion of this superstition was not only spread through the cities but also through the villages and country places see was in these years emphasis that Paul was greatly disturbed over the troubles in the Caribbean church and apparently wrote a letter to them on. That is not lost us. That's the reference in First Corinthians five who went through.

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"paphos" Discussed on Monstruo

Monstruo

09:45 min | 9 months ago

"paphos" Discussed on Monstruo

"The slap shocks awake and immediately. He knows the cause closes his eyes tighter knowing the second strike is coming before it hits him and when it does can hear one of his siblings chuckling in the corner of the room his mother is already screaming at him her words jumble of angry nonsense half conscious mind can make little all sense up. He puts his arms up in defense feeling the next slap land on his forearm strike pushes his own closed fist into his nose. Hard and then this hurts more than anything. His mother's done yells at her to stop but she doesn't instead. She slaps him a few more times going for his stomach stomach in the back of his neck. When he won't uncovered his face she might have tried for his bottom if it weren't soaking wet but of course it was? It always always was almost once a week. It would be never with any warning. Never with any 'cause he could figure out for himself. She drags him out out of the bed and now he can sort of understand the mad almost bird like calling of her words she screaming about the laundry she screaming about him being being a lazy bed pissing. Good for nothing laying on the wood floor of the bedroom. He shares with five of his eleven siblings. He can see the steady dripping through the bottom autumn of his mattress. There's a small reflective puddle in the shadows beneath his bed. He watches the stuff bead on the bottom of the mattress than drop op into the puddle. Scattering dozen more little drops that land around the disc of hearing in a way that makes him think of clouds around the earth. He is eleven he wants to kill himself. His mother drags him off the ground by the scruff his neck and puts his face into the wet matches like he's misbehaving. Dog has enough sense to take a breath before she does this. She holds him down long enough sometimes that he accidentally aspirants zone urine. The last time it happened he vomited. Aw and then she put his face in. That is well what the fuck is going on in here. Paphos father's voice cuts to the Commotion Into Office Guts. The old man is not working today which means he is already getting drunk for the day or maybe even still drunk from the night before in nursing a partial hangover the coming beating was always going to come but if there had been some time for Paul to at least clean up his mess then what was about to happen when be so bad but it is. Father picks him up the waistband of his cotton pajamas and powerful can feel the wet material cutting into his waist is the man uses use this as clothing to toss him across the room into his sister's bed the one he heard in the corner chuckling when his mother slapped him awake. She's not laughing now no she screaming for him to get off her clean bed. She calls him Sekou Polish for Piss. She hits him in the face and he cowers onto the floor holding his hands over his head. His mother is hitting him to and his father is dragging up. His lumpy pissed stained matches and tossing aside ruined sheets poss- father pushes his mother off of him and then grabs the boy his neck hauling him up off the floor. The entire room smells like pene. Cheap vodka his father drags him out of their small two story home and onto the Greystone of the walk beside the door. It is only just September and the fall. Air is not so cold and bitter when bites into potholes bare chest and shoulders. The urine soaking the legs of his pajamas genres the only thing. He's wearing catches every breeze however and within seconds he's shivering doesn't help that he's not wearing shirt shirt you are going to stand here and tell everybody Gore what you've done. His father says the man's face just inches from offals and he can see the Brown nicotine stains on his father's teeth mustache. The man's right hand is crushing awful shoulder in pushing his naked back back into the rough stone of their house the mattresses leaning up against the wall beside him dozens upon dozens of dried yellow piss rings layered over each other like some kind have terrible abstract painting if a coffee drinker never changed their tablecloth. It might look something like that. Awful thinks thinks is his father Bush's his face towards the mess. It is early morning maybe just around. Six or seven given the sun hasn't yet risen. Still people are beginning to poke their heads out the windows to see what's going on down in the street. Some of them figure it out on their own and start laughing other shake. Their heads is in disappear back inside their homes. offals father addresses those who remain. This is my disgraceful son. WHO's to feckless lazy to get up in the middle of the night to piss toilet Powell's father yells to the onlookers? Some of them laugh. Deal things at the boy telling him to go inside before he stinks up. The neighborhood looks at his feet wanting again to be dead wishing it so hard. He thinks almost incredible. When it doesn't just happen? His father continues on in this way until one of their neighbors. A man named saw hangs out of his second story window and looks around his eyes. Line right on Powell's father you to Sean. The man bellows he's truly a large man like a bear. The fuck did I tell you about screaming in the street in the middle of the morning half father swallows licks his lips trying to yell back at the man but saw points a finger out his window. Shop the fuck up to children or I will beat your brains on the front steps of Your House your fucking drunk now getting side before you really pissed me off you got fucker. I'm trying to fucking sleep sleep. HOFFA's father drags him back inside and toss him up against the wall slapping him three times in succession. The boys is water. He sobs but only a bit is getting so he doesn't feel this as much anymore. Almost doesn't feel anything even the good stuff anymore. More his father grabs Chen makes powerful. Meet his is the embarrass me in front of my own home. You Little Peice Monster Mr. He hisses at the boy now. That's all his yelled at him. Awful knows as father won't raise his voice again but he will hit all the harder order that inconvenience and he does just that beating awful about his head and shoulders and then throwing him out the front door. You stand out there like I said powerful ceases father's eyes start up to where souls window would be on the other side of the street you tell everybody would've Shane. You are to us and you point to that mattress and you show them what you did. Do you understand me bothell nods. His father makes a last darting glance to the window across the street. And if that fucking Jew comes toward our home you better knock on the door and let me know Powell says he will do all of that and his father pushes him once in the chest knocking him back through the door and onto the pavers outside awful stands beside his ruined mattress. Not Meeting the eyes of the people walking past him even though so ask him if he is okay. What are you doing outside? And just as what pajamas he ignores eventually his sister brings him across bread and some sausage for breakfast but he still still has to eat it outside. She tells him he stinks and then disappears back into the house. The Sun Rises and drives him seeming to heat the stink. Thank away from the mattress and his Pajama Pants. As well his legs tired so he sits on the ground resting in his hands and watching the people pass up and down on the street without really looking at them. He has a way of watching where he doesn't use his whole life to see a tricky learned to keep from getting hit by his father other when the man had drank himself beyond reason at those times it was dangerous for his mother even to look at the man until he taught himself to look everywhere but at what he wanted to see what he sees now is a girl looking at him a slender whip of a thing wearing the gray skirt and code of secretary she's in that age between eighteen and twenty four when females can look like women and girls at the same time her body is fully formed in a way that all but breaks his resolve not to look directly the ad her what she does but as his eyes wander upper body to her head he sees an almost comically childish face looking back. Her eyes are wide pretty sorrowful. She looks up and down. The road looks over the pissed stained mattress put up against the wall. And then down at the shirtless. This boy huddled half naked on the sidewalk in autumn. Then she rummages through her purse and pulls out her wallet. It seems for a moment that she will retrieve something from that. Pretty Little Orange billfold and give it to him but then there is meat and she freezes. She stops right in the middle of the road. Her face morphing from sympathetic to disturb. The boys stroking himself then. The little billfold is gone and she's walking up the street in a hurry occasionally throwing looks back at the strange little skeleton of boy leaning against the wall sitting by the obviously stained mattress mindlessly masturbating astor baiting.

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"paphos" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"paphos" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"From seminary in Costa Rica, then Briscoe ads could understand the beam on the missionaries face. And I think Paul beamed when he talked of his men, and he had good cause to be thrilled with them. Can you name somebody like Timothy some individual that you have seen grow into an unselfish adult, perhaps someone who's life? You have built you have given time and energy concern, even courage to maybe you've helped pay their way through school. Or you have been with them at the tough times that you've done more than given words of comfort. You've performed deeds of encouragement never underestimate the importance of people. There is a reason God continues to have you crossed the path of another person who is a kindred spirit. Now we moved from Timothy versus nineteen to twenty four to Paphos Deitz twenty five to thirty different men entirely by the way. It's okay to name your son Timothy, but don't name him it Paphitis just take it from me, friend, different. Don't name him on the syphilis people. See names in the bible. Oh, better. Name, my son, that in boy, your son, just never forgive. You for a name like pather dight. So named Timothy e Joan, just don't tell anybody, what the E stands for, and it'll be okay. Now Timothy is different from peppered. Itis, in that Paul emphasizes who Timothy was, but in a path for died as he emphasizes, what he did this man seems to be older more season. You're listening to heartland newsfeed radio network. Live twenty four seven heartland newsfeed dot com. Service, stealing newscast Friday, the twenty eight twenty nineteen. I'm.

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"paphos" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"paphos" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You're live on the excellence in broadcasting network. Thanks for taking my call. And like I say, I'm a former federal agent, another agency, not the FBI, of course. But okay. I just laugh when I hear the term hardworking men and women at the FBI got thirty five thousand employers that make over dollars a year. Right. They're budget's out of sight. And if you talk to any other person in law enforcement, they'll, they'll probably say the same thing. Yep. Yeah. Was not that hard working eight to four every day. And then go home. I it's just it's just laughable when I hear that term, it's like the host yesterday say the running for president, everybody laugh, but right here hardworking, man. They wanted me to FBI. Just. Well, though, tell that to some of my colleagues because that's like a reflex, every time they attack Jim Komeito, whoever they feel obliged to apologize to, as you say, this thirty five thousand people Fred and what's, what's funny to me is that I did. I did you know, you said you were phobic. Federal agent had you say what agency will weigh the whatever. But the, the thing that jumps out about this whole special investigation of mullah's is that the minute Malla comes in. He he appoints to this investigation all the same people who were both running the Hillary investigation, and the Trump investigation. In other words, my point is that even though the study five thousand people as you say, it's, it's the same ten people who seem to be running everything that matters. And that doesn't seem to me quite the actions of a normal bureaucracy. Fred. Well, you go back to Jaeger Hoover was, and he was blackmailing all the president's because the stuff on. So it's just another one tactics. And, you know, they're wanting to build a new to be in dollar headquarters in Washington DC to be say, right there. But. You just you just go on and on the FBI agents spine for Russia. You know. Yeah. Oh, well, once they tell me tell me tell me something about jurisdiction to, because I find this old, the FBI is supposed to be a domestic police agency, but has offices and stuff around the planet, which, again, seems to me, for example, when there was the, the Anna Grandi cone, sit in Manchester England. And the jihad is fluid up, apparently some local FBI agent is on the ground that investigating that. Why, why, why, why do they have offices all around the world? Really tickets on the front row seat. And he was may have across the show's interrupted needing to say the show. But. So he just the old saying that was just he just happened to be there full the FBI weekend retreat at the. Cake? Okay. Well, thank you. You notice that they use every time congress passed a new law. They say, well, we need another fails agents if we're going to enforce this. Yeah. No, no. No, no. I know at it's a funny thing that's an ex- ex- decks and you go back to Jay Ed g-o-v, the left, the left may jokes about Jade, who the note while he was alive. But basically ten minutes after he killed over. They strongly objected to him, then Mun that book came out alleging that he had transvestite tendencies know that there's anything wrong with that he'd be he'd be a five points ahead in Iowa in today's democrat primary. But the but the but they kept going on about, they were worried about Edgar Hoover. They thought Jay who was disgraceful all the rest of it. They seem entirely comfortable with an old Paphos security state that can do this to you. And that's what's changed about the left. It's one of the most fascinating things the alliance between so-called progressive. Density, politics and the twenty four hour surveillance state is is cemented. And as we see in this run up to the twenty twenty election, they're going to be very cozy in a while. Thank you gold. Fred infanticide done, what agency works full D ATF is whole, maybe works for only pull Ben content, and mechanize, who knows a lot of alphabetical soup out that if you an FBI guy in the interests of equality of time, do feel free to give me a call. Let's still to come. You're listening to the e I b network. Rush Limbaugh, talk radio six eighty w c. Diagnosed with Alzheimer's at fifty eight years old eight years into the disease was when all the lights went out for Nevis. Looking tonight of somebody with Alzheimer's. Tom thought you just don't see the person souls, Don. And it takes a toll on everyone. I mean it's, it's, it's a depressing disease to watch unfold for your is. She actually thought those of us who are caring for her. He loved her most were her. Worst, enemies, more and more responsibilities, fellow, my shoulders this disease just ravages a family did changes your life. Is indescribable? My mother taught me to be in the moment. We have to live in the moment with them. And I'm going to be with that person right now in this moment wherever.

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"paphos" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"paphos" Discussed on KTRH

"Fred, you're live on the excellence in broadcasting network. Thanks for taking my call and say, come. Former federal agent agency, not the FBI. Of course, the okay I just laugh when I hear the term hardworking men and women. The FBI got thirty five thousand employers makeover harmful dollars a year. Right. They're budget's out of sight. And if you talk to any other person in lawful, they'll probably say the same thing was not that hard working eight before every day. And then go home. I it's just it's just laughable. When I hear that term, it's like the host yesterday say the running for everybody. But right here hardworking, man. They wanted me FBI. Chris. Well, though, tell that to some of my colleagues because that's like a reflex, every time they attack Jim Komeito, whoever they fail. Obliged to apologize to as you say this thirty five thousand people read, and what's, what's funny to me is that I. You know, you said you were phobic, federal agents had you say, what agency will weigh the whatever. But the, the thing that jumps out about this whole special investigation of mullah's is that the minute Mullah comes in. He he appoints to this investigation, all the same people who have both running the Hillary investigation and the Trump investigation. In other words, my point is that even though the study five thousand people as you say, it's, it's the same ten people who seem to be running everything that matters. And that doesn't seem to me quite the actions of a normal bureaucracy. Fred. You go back to Jaeger Hoover was, and he was blackmailing all the president's because the stuff in on. So they hurts us another one old tactics. Any other want to build a new to be dollar headquarters in Washington DC. It's to be say right there but. You just you just go on, on the FBI agents spine for Russia. You know. Yeah. Yeah. No all. Tell me tell me tell me something about jurisdiction to, because I find this old, the FBI is supposed to be a domestic police agency, but has offices and stuff around the planet, which, again, seems to me, for example, when they was the Ariana, the Ariana GRANDE concert in Manchester England and the jihadists blew it up. Apparently some local FBI agent is on the ground that investigating that why, why, why, why do they have offices all around the world? Really tickets on the front row seat. And he was may have across the show, interrupted needing to say the show. But. So just he'll say that was just he just happened to be there full the FBI weekend retreat at the cake. Okay. Well, thank you. Another attack us every time congress passed a new law. They say, well, we need another thousand agents if we're gonna enforce this. Yeah. No, no, no, no. I know at it's a funny thing that's an excellent point. And you go back today, Ed g-o-v the left, the left may jokes about dead, who the the while he was alive. But basically ten minutes after he keeled over. They strongly objected to him, then Mun that book came out alleging that he had transvestite two tendencies. There's anything wrong with that. He'd be he'd be five points ahead in Iowa in today's democrat primary. But the but the but they kept going on about, they were worried about at Hoover, they felt Jade who was disgraceful the all the rest of it. They seem entirely comfortable with an old Paphos security state that can do this to you. And that's what's changed about the left. It's one of the most fascinating things the alliance between so-called progressive. The identity politics and the twenty four hour surveillance state is is cemented. And as we see in this run up to the twenty twenty election. They're going to be very cozy in a while. Thank you, Fred. Infanticide done what agency works full D ATF is whole, maybe works for only pull Ben katainen recognize who knows a lot of alphabetical soup out that if you're next FBI guy in the interests of equality of time, do feel free to give a call. Let's still to come. You're listening to the V.

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"paphos" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"paphos" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"And that program is for the state's. Oh, yeah. If that winds up the globe. I will they're going to who knows maybe maybe wind up at the garden who knows, but they are saying kids, listen to the sound of my voice in the words that are coming out. They say they're going to be releasing more tickets for the globe theatre for new Japan. Pro wrestling. When that happens. Tweet at me nonstop advance. Just when you hear something tell me, okay. If somebody's got a ticket for me can't believe him refunding gone. You don't have to do anything. Vince. You don't have to go anywhere. But I'm going to be gone for PWG, hopefully, it gets to the garden stamp tickets. And all of a sudden, I look at my counted put it in. I'm going to try to celebrate you while I'm there, you know, that I appreciate lift you up man, your absence, man, this is this is why we're, you know, whittled down to the two of us that really is it really does feel like flair and Arn Michael and -tarian, and and especially like the Dudley's the the amount of Dudley the Dudley brothers that there were than it. Just you know. Like, we're we're Lanny puff o said. Like Lenny Paphos said Benjamin Franklin said. Time will tell and shit will smell but water will always find balance. I think together we are Kevin von Erich. You're the right foot on the left foot. That the opener Bucci versus off spray. What any thoughts on the pre show? That was good. And like I say I was glad that Nakata was in there. Big time was match could match that fucking arkie. Oh, yeah. Losing his mind. They need to start doing you two videos of best. The best friends are fine. I'm going to be very upset. I'm going to have to burn my Greg in Dustin forever shirt. Didn't they already break up and get back together? Oh, you say in there. The new Sasha and Bailey. Not hardly Osprey and a Bucci, which you know, Osprey the whole thing that I heard the wrestler of twenty nineteen. Well, I mean, he's I'm back with spray, you know. And I like the one guy on commentaries like Osprey says he's no longer going to be the flippy dippy guy. Yeah. Interesting because he and this is a line that said more than once he goes people wanna meet to work style that wouldn't take years off my career. So I'm going to work a style that takes years off other people's that's how I'm into it. Yeah. And that was that match like they start really quick. And then it was just a fucking knock down drag out. I was awesome. What a fucking shot to the back of the head several times in that match. I set out loud. Oh, you can't do that. Man. Yeah. It was great. That was really good. I'm sure coda Bucci. I don't know. I don't know if his name is on the dotted line anywhere. But at probably never will be that guy hates contracts. He's allergic to him. Yeah. It's like an MCI. The is the MCI. He didn't wanna do it. Yeah. Man that was that was a standout match to me. The opener of the show was was such a great man and set the tone for the night and it set the bar. I don't mean Antonio and sees are knows we are the bar. Goddamn, though that fucking KOTA Bucci. What can he not do? This is hide from apparently write his name on a. He's got to be showing up all the at some point think he doesn't give a shit KOTA Bucci. He don't give a fuck. No Koto bushy gives a fuck. Give out. Oh, oh, I. Bushwick is KOTA pushy. Don't give a book. Well, Osprey every title, change dance. That was not expected. I don't know if I'm that's one of those things KOTA bushy lost and new Japan isn't necessarily losing him because they never had him sister. He's the he's the greatest free agent and professional wrestling since macho man, Randy savage. It's right. You know since. Lar- sullivan. Oh, God is so big. Issue. Chase owens. You know, I heard him on the dash say new year new chase. I'm saying will then please do something brother change something full the charter..

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Neil deGrasse Tyson investigated following allegations of sexual misconduct

24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Neil deGrasse Tyson investigated following allegations of sexual misconduct

"Women have leveled sexual misconduct allegations against astrophysicist Neil, degrasse Tyson, and now FOX and National Geographic networks are investigating. The incidents reportedly occurred when Tyson was the host of Cosmo's possible worlds in two thousand fourteen and a new edition of the series was set to air on National Geographic next year, Paphos dot com. Published the accounts during the women who say that Tyson behaved in a sexually inappropriate manner with them. Besides numerous TV appearances Tyson is also the director of the Hayden planetarium at the American Museum of natural history in New York City

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"paphos" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"paphos" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"But I don't want apples motto to be Gobi poor someplace else. I I think that is important to have a low minimum buy in or at least competitive minimum buy in. So that the people who are not having their computers paid for by companies. Who are just there's starting to first year college they have to buy their first really good laptop. That isn't a hand me down. The I hope that they can get the system that they want that runs the operating systems they that they want and they don't have to get a windows machine strictly because it's the only one that can get that will meet all the guidelines. They need to meet for the freshman year of college. And then. Which is going to be practical for what they need to do. That's that's all I'm saying. I think that I think that probably my guess is that apple you know, has a designer that is pretty particular. That doesn't want to doesn't want to compromise very often on what's there? And anytime you build a piece of hardware. We've built some hardware that we've only used for ourselves. You realize how many compromises you make because this is too expensive or that's too hard or or those other things, and I think that apple would rather per produce what they would consider works of art than you know. Fit into that box. You know? Like like like, I keep saying the best the the the highest level of success for companies the ability to do what they want without being beholden to outside forces, including marketing forces and on that basis. Apple is probably the most successful company. That's out there, certainly most successful company and technology. So that's why you see a point of view with every machine that they make. All right enough, max stuff past let's talk I pad bay pay All. off. My wired headphones to a bluetooth. But only if only Rene had an ipad to to show us or Andy. No. Polio case, he's got the full case. Yeah. These keys, by the way, like bubble wrap from you can't stop. This isn't like my worst change because they can't stop pressing hills around ten this bad boy around here, we go. This is a twelve point nine. See this is what I was really interested. I had the old twelve point nine. It was just too big. But now what they've done is the same size screen with a smaller form factor. I feel like that might be the one to get people thought it was the eleven inch. And they're like what is the point nine? They were like that is the twelfth point. Wait, wait, wait. Wait till you hold it. I was I was surprised like after the after the demo area went to look at the specs out surprised to find out that the new twelve point nine inch is not that much lighter than the old one. It felt so much lighter in my hands because it's just feels so much smaller because it is so much smaller. So it's a it's it's quite a nice piece of kit. A pulled that trick that Google or Microsoft, you said that you could balance it on your finger because they arrayed everything around it. So I was doing that at the thing, and it made them very nervous. You can do that. You can say, yeah. Continue a second to get my finger, and they'll be handled for sushi you could put their hands surface there that Glasser totally dropped my ipad. Now, don't please don't please there. See you can just totally. We look at that. See these actually that's a good. So he's got his finger on the apple, and it is it is see that's the kind of real attention to detail. I love apple it makes it feel lighter because the balances distribute it nicely. That makes it's just like a magazine or a pad of paper also balances around the centers. So that's such an important little detail. Wow. Yeah. You don't want it to be heavy in one end. And this kind of thing you might not notice, but you will subconsciously I do have to say the lack of a headphone. Jackie Paphos me. I just. Coming. Did. We it was a surprise. I mean, they've got headphones happily showing this where they're..

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"paphos" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"paphos" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Pick up trucks and muddy field. Brune in the harvest to just they weren't doing any of that out of doors. The harvest was not happening there meth harvesting. They couldn't have possibly been running a method. I'd wanna put anything. Paphos dudes, two of them. It was a good meth operation, real low rare. A few of them really are. It's a fair point. It's an inherent contradiction of proper red phosphorus, all they're all taking time Bohm's. Right, right. Throwing motel six rooms. Talking is fastened creed, creed, fasten screed three two is the one. I'm really. You just go back to treat colon something. All right. To sort of give my thoughts on giant bomb over the years. It's been ten years, obviously, very big part of my life for part of that. So I was thinking about, like, what could I talk about? And what I decided was I should talk about every time that giant bomb shoot have failed because to me the most amazing thing about giant bomb, it's just that it exists ten years later like it shouldn't. You know, as far as large websites, all that kind of stuff. The only reason that it works is is because of the community because the people that are involved, it's sort of a testament to the best parts of the internet. The stuff that I like and to me, it's it's by far the most thing I've ever worked on most fun thing I've ever worked on anyway. So here's my list real quick. It should have failed originally. If Shelby didn't get pissed, the site wouldn't exist. The fact that you have the founder of a large public company go and decide to hire a person from that company that that. They've fired and then go build a rogue whips. I like that just shouldn't happen. So kudos Shelby, that we all got the Bill. Beyond that, it should have failed. When I built a WordPress site over a weekend and we launched it just said years during bomb, like people should should've left by, then we didn't have that much going on. I think Jeff was right, like a story or two week. I was very surprised that people stuck around at that point later, it should have failed when Kuhn sny were doing nothing, but drinking staying up till eleven pm and trying to build that website. There's a funny thing, one of those how to build a bombs where I think Ryan's, and he's talking about building stuff on some quote, unquote, Russian server software, which anybody codes knows that's engine acts. Like that's kind of like a backbone of the internet right now. It should have failed when I sort of laugh at this now, but it should've failed. When I told Jeff, hey, you know what this site needs. It needs like video clips of the games like we can't exist without video clips. And I think Jeff's big. Fuck you to me was basically he and quick looks, and his video clips were basically these one air long saga that cost us so much money. They were mean immensely popular, obviously, Jeff sort of created a world with that stuff. The site should have failed when I was writing news for it. I don't know what the fuck I was doing for some reason. I thought giant news. So I would wake up at like six in the morning and rehash every single story that that everybody else was doing, which was probably the least thing that the website needed. It should have failed. When Vinnie overworked himself in those early years, I don't. You know. Probably people can understand that stuff, but holy shit did he work hard, especially in those first three years, like I can remember just driving back to the office, bringing him food that I was cooking at home, and we just sit there and try and jam stuff out. He really is a star and a real reason why giant bomb succeeded. It should have failed when we were literally trying to build a video streaming website from technology standpoint. Few think of what we're doing back then we were essentially trying to build the back ends of something like you to without the part cost a whole lot of money to do that kind of stuff. People just don't do that anymore. Like you notice, people don't do that. It's too hard to do. It should have failed. When we were told the game affi- giant bomb by our sort of business pals and man, we had so much pressure to add like every kind of silly stupid, Facebook thing that was going on at the time and it just would have destroyed the website..

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"paphos" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"paphos" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Got rubbed. See JAMA fork in my forehead. Please. More shag bag. Who do beg speller d. o. u. c. h. bag. Friends, they Deutsche bag. I think you. You did the damning the fork. No, I wrote God robbed. Shrink him. I know I was wondering if there was one person consistently dumb got robbed on every single post on Facebook, Mike, you're actually onto something because the answer to that is yes, there is one person as I was going through all these. I was like. Keeps posting Dom got robbed on every single post these same person, but this person had a little bit more variation in some of the posts. They had a little bit more create creativity on some people's posts, and they had very specific comments about Dom getting robbed. So these next two questions you our job is to actually the contestants Miller. Mike to the game that we played earlier, you have to guess the contestant who on whose post this was a comment in English. Yeah. I mean, this is going to be a basically a shot in the dark more so than it was previously for these other questions. So I'm excited for it. I think some of these are. All right. So let's just go ahead and play. Mike. This question is for you, the quote, the comment was attorney. Maybe he can help Dom sue forgetting Rob's. I mean, that has to be Jeremy. Okay. Well, I was gonna give you multiple choice, but yes, that is correct. It is Jeremy. The other options were Nick Angelina or Bradley. Okay, Paul, this question is for you quote, hopefully she's smart enough to not get robbed like Dom dead, a Natalia, be Allison CE Yabe or d. Natalie. From the Talia, right? It's gotta be heard. Oh, I wish this were the case, but no, it was. Yeah, didn't you say the numb Natalia wasn't posted yet? So we're video up. Oh, yeah. She's so some of the other comments include, maybe she can cook up a scheme to not get robbed like Dom. That was a dream come true for Dom until he got robbed. Anyway, so these continue on and on the same person. So yes, making sure that says Dom got robbed all by it team got robbed, boycott. They screwed on and screw the show. So this one person really thinks Don got robbed. We did someone said someone posted, make a t shirt that says, Tom dot, Robin, all wear it, and I'll buy it. Yup. Wow. Jonny. Fairplay. I hope you're listening right? Exactly. Capitalize on this one guy. The other comment that I did think was pretty funny was about John. I didn't have enough to pull a question on him, but somebody said he has a ladies top on period question Mark. So I thought that was fun, wasn't punctuation as he ever ladies stop on. Ready. I five is ready period question Mark. All right. Well, congratulations. Mike, you are the winner of Paphos core or with one point. I'm excited to see how the casualties changed their opinions on everyone. They seem to really love Dan and were lukewarm on literally everyone else. Yes, lukewarm I will not say anything about hurricanes based on that. And of course we'll see if they, if they still feel that Dom got robbed several weeks in. That's right. Yes. Well, that hurricane flooded my basement, boy, let's move on three of seasons that had inclement weather. I want to bring something up here is millennials versus gen-x the most influential season in recent memory..

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Detroit Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg's back injury is ending his hockey career, according to general manager Ken Holland

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Detroit Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg's back injury is ending his hockey career, according to general manager Ken Holland

"Seven sixty WJR. Well, it wouldn't be me. If I just follow the normal format of our show, right? I've got to be creative. So we'll we'll make up the open line next week at some point probably Tuesday because we're grand traverse resort. On monday. The the Red Wings would be up in traverse city to opening training camp. But Henrik Zetterberg the captain will not be there. His bad back is going to end his career. The announcement coming today Redwings GM can Holland on the other end of our line night. I gotta tell you. He was one of my favorites. Kenny. Yeah.

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"paphos" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"paphos" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"You have heard before in the word of the truth, the gospel. So let's define our terms. Again. Gospel is just a term that means good news, right? So a lot of you that never done a bible study before you hear these terms apostle epistle gospel. What does it mean? It just simply means good news. All right, that you heard before in the word of the truth, the good news which has come to you as indeed in the whole world. It is bearing fruit and increasing as it also does among you since the day. You heard it and understood the grace of God in truth. Just as you learned it from Paphos our beloved fellow servant. He is a faithful minister of Christ on your behalf and has made known to us your love in the spirit. Here in these passages. What you see, I think is we often were we miss up in the church. One of the places where we messed up in the church is we act as if relationship and truth are in conflict, meaning I can't speak the truth here for the sake of this relationship or I should just go around bearing people as harshly as I can in the truth in screw relationships. Here. You see the truth came to these people by way of relationship. That is, that's a false choice. That is an absolute false choice. They received the truth by way of relationship. First of all, the relationship for God's so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, right? So when Paul says. Which has come to you as indeed in the whole world. The gospel Aaron mentioned thought we might do was know, was John not John? You said as well. The gospel of John begins in the beginning was the word and the word was God, and the word became flesh. The word of God came to live with us in the form of Jesus Christ. That's to have relationship with us. He then maintains that relationship where once you recognize who he is. And you vowed a follow him. He maintains that relationship into return ity putting his spirit inside of you. So you have the ability to live in commune with the most powerful being in the universe on a daily basis as a Christian believer. That's relationship. Number two. So then there's the relationship between creator and creation. There's the relationship between creator and creature, because as you're gonna, learn later in Colossians, Jesus, as the creator. So there's the macro creator, create creation relationship, right God, so loved the world that he came down here related with us lived with us. Then there's the individual creator creature relationship. You are a creature of God. He gives you his spirit so you can live individually with him. You have to wear a bracelet says, what would Jesus do? He's living inside of you. Just pray and ask. Redes- word. Then there's the third level of a relationship here. The relationship we have with one another where you see this model by the way is in the ten commandments. I five the ten commandments, our relationship with God, second five, our relationships with one another. So just as you learned it from paths, our beloved fellow servant meaning they weren't standing out in an open field one day and descended from on high where these were these platitudes and thoughts that changed their lives. A normal guy by the name of paths. Living counter culturally. Like what Paul described the church at Colosio was living by in the first few sentences here of chapter one, following setting that example for them. So he, you know, in one of his letters pulses, follow me as I follow Christ. So paths follows Christ lives counter culturally models. This to this community is used as a tool instrument by God to be key and their conversion and in their in their maturity in the faith. And then they follow after what a Pat I model for them. It's not a question of truth or relationship. We received truth as a species by way of relationship because we're not algorithms we're not formulas where people. Aby wanna come in on that. I agree wholeheartedly and today, and I'm gonna make one disclaimer now I in no way, will I, I have no desire to turn this into a Catholic version of scripture versus, but you're gonna just end up hearing..

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"paphos" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"paphos" Discussed on The Starters

"But that's what i thought it was like this is never thought of that stocker fan little combo there for stand though that's brilliant always on a couple of different levels data next one here yes from shane he lives in brooklyn by way of townsville australia crocs townsville crocs that's right that was their nbl oh i thought that was a rugby team or saad i know townsville crocodiles okay yeah for the highly anticipated australia versus usa games next year which are definitely going to also what are your alternate starting five and six man for both squads assuming full availability love you guys and i use the term anything could still happen every day it's fun to say anything could still happen true to and very true well matt looks for that job i got you caught me too bad time i got up to look at the time could still happen well the ultimate dream for straightening boss will fans would obviously lebron okay staff down k lebron's k d wow yeah hooper's anthony davis and then you've got your westbrook's you haden's what you gotta pick them in okay so give me lebron as small fullwood steph point gut katie paphos id center and give me a james harden then who's your sixman westbrook okay well okay okay we got for your australia semi cat joey joey angles patty mills emails deli while small teams here this multibeam donte hopefully he has finally as good season and then binds in the middle five or six six i will as well so throw on in the.

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"paphos" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"paphos" Discussed on The Starters

"But that's what i thought it was like this is never thought of that stocker fan little combo there for stand though that's brilliant always on a couple of different levels data next one here yes from shane he lives in brooklyn by way of townsville australia crocs townsville crocs that's right that was their nbl oh i thought that was a rugby team or saad i know townsville crocodiles okay yeah for the highly anticipated australia versus usa games next year which are definitely going to also what are your alternate starting five and six man for both squads assuming full availability love you guys and i use the term anything could still happen every day it's fun to say anything could still happen true to and very true well matt looks for that job i got you caught me too bad time i got up to look at the time could still happen well the ultimate dream for straightening boss will fans would obviously lebron okay staff down k lebron's k d wow yeah hooper's anthony davis and then you've got your westbrook's you haden's what you gotta pick them in okay so give me lebron as small fullwood steph point gut katie paphos id center and give me a james harden then who's your sixman westbrook okay well okay okay we got for your australia semi cat joey joey angles patty mills emails deli while small teams here this multibeam donte hopefully he has finally as good season and then binds in the middle five or six six i will as well so throw on in the.

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"paphos" Discussed on Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"paphos" Discussed on Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

"You guys have a good grasp on what the bible says about prosperity and what it doesn't say about prosperity and then after that in the last segment of our show today you're going to hear a personal very personal story of mine that i've never told before looking back i'm thankful for the lessons that i learned through this situation but at the same time it was very frustrating and to be honest a bit heartbreaking and just in an effort to be transparent and be vulnerable with yemen to share the story with you so make sure you stay tuned for that at the end of our broadcast are i think we're ready every active faith requires motion so let's make our move all right like i said we're taking your calls the numbers eight six six three five seven thirty two eighty three or you can email in chris brown on air at stewardship dot com i up from dalton georgia we've got emily colony in emily welcome to the show hi how are you i'm better every day how can i serve you i have come from very blessed family growing up i was told that my father she says was a blessing in paphos money is everyone's money it's not husbands hills i his being used by family if uses to take money from him but half of this type for he has four children he pays all their bills credit card and they all have health credit card and they all say the house new cars their kids were saving me except my husband has he didn't move save a new one but there's just a sense of entitlement and i believe my husband is kinda resentful to this and then a ton we talked about saving for the kids us we paid off all day we just have our house on laws and get that done in three years we don't track for that but he wants them to work for it and my kids are three and seven they are giving everything to them even whenever we say no they get twenty dollars.

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"paphos" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"paphos" Discussed on CarCast

"Going to flag what they had a shortage of tired remember there are like you got to drive that car now with the flat spotted another seventy needed for race day that they hit the target hey jimmy i broke at like two hundred it was as i i was way off as well could i am a car break martin realized what they did the reyes said alan service than there are the announcer guide turning the race goes there's al unser jr is little alvac guy goes not so little anymore all right so we have the second time i was thrown off the policy and racing line for the for christ shake or the fountain the found that that's the second one oh that's the first one now the second one same thing jack say move to laugh thorough work the first time that's why it matters paphos's next to me going down the straight away or our baby al our little honor the out say though considering that you're exa wasn't that bad well i tried to salvage what occurred a few loretta julian can be out of fun race man scott it always looks great god they got we watch it like i genuinely watch out because it's like wonder why on went to watch his mind ed did it like twenty years ago and actually i want to talk about your debt could you dad has quite a bit of racing as well and he said he did lamont ray gallison you bring yeah our first let me tell you about gaiko everybody's got a todo list you know you're dropping off your dry cleaning your picking up some milk and now you can add save hundreds of dollars on car insurance to that list and you don't need to to drop off or pick up anything just go to geico dot com and in fifteen minutes you could be saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance so if you need some extra money in your pocket and you wanna get tickets to to the start of indy going to get some car parts you want the extra money well this is the most rewarding to do you can do today go to geico dot com what of it did your dad drive at the mall.

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"paphos" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"paphos" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Three wbt a m charlotte wbt them chester w l n k hd 2 charlotte roland garros such such intentions of the tar heels sports network caroline a football is not in contention for the coastal division crown or even a ballgame this season but the want people to remember november close out the season on a high note carolina took a big step in that direction last week picking up its worst confrontation victory of the year on the road map pit the heels will look to continue that november momentum today in keenan stadium against western caroline vittorio spd network's coverage of the first meeting between western carolina in carolina star try that the niece sky of carolina blue gene amidst a forest of ancient hardwoods and towering pines nestled in a stadium once home ju peppers and bly two trump blue and courage it groom to a new gig in his rebel hills keenan memorial dreams harpole glory is ex through big players miles dory jiving ended up back field to make this stuff they give it to brown slid for a tackle hours to the zone big win no let me smile your daughter yet let's stop the gallery near paphos adult of just about every law all the fee it's a simple game is about dominating on more than one the officials gene hearst down gerald six sorry yelled thieves stay install its handtohand combat in its purest form jason college julius phrases he just williams thomas through there it's precision.

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"paphos" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"paphos" Discussed on WTVN

"Today for free lighting consultation that number again is six one four eight eight nine nine nine eight one and now the iheart radio lincoln's courts prime capsule what's going on sports lovers it's me ball free grounded years always to take you want a trip back in time this week in sports history beginning a ninety nine when ty cobb sue inside the park home runs in the same game in 1914 the boston red sox purchased pitcher babe ruth from the baltimore orioles is we can acting fifty one marks the first color telecast of a sporting event a horse race broadcast by cbs 1985 astros picture nolan ryan is the first to strike at four thousand batters versus the mets this week in 2016 133 in men's tennis event you winner is an american andy murray thatcher iheart weakens sports time capsule please help us to continue the fight against hunger in our community midohio food bank dot org corby show use radio six nbn it is vintage after six o'clock at 610 wtvn john corby would you'll bradley it is the fourth and final hour bashir abby it's tuesday radio program dan we're going to be talking here in a couple of minutes with the fop president jason paphos we discussed earlier the decision of the city of columba's to fire officers corrosion for um be incident would show uh a city kicked an unarmed unrestrained suspect in they had restrained suspect in the head i i did see it that way at all i saw the video was they were struggling to get handcuffs on them he was armed and base that it was unreasonable force and kicking was an untrained technique i just thought he was dragged stop myself but that was just me and the police chief kim jacobs recommended a three day suspension bug after that.

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