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"pasig" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"pasig" Discussed on WTOP

"Dot com slash Gove. 12 30 Rita Kessler in the traffic center, updating the situation in Virginia and eastbound 66 the delays solid from 1 23 passing Nutley Street. No, Everything looks to be over on the right shoulder. People are still getting out of that right laying there, so there may still be something in it or people just getting out of the way of all the activity that is over on the shoulder. Westbound 66 slows from the Beltway, often on Pasig Nutley Street. You can see what's going on on the eastbound side a little bit and also watch for any work that maybe set up there. However, everything out in Centerville looks good. No problems near Marshall in either direction, so that work should be finished. If you're on 95 in Virginia north bound in South bound good between Fredericksburg and Springfield, no problems along 3 95 in the area of the 14th Street Bridge in Maryland to 70 north and South, looking good between Frederick and Rockville, seeing a little bit of volume on the outer loop of the Beltway headed toward one in college Park, however, the gravel spill had been reported on the inter loop after the Greenbelt Metro station. Something to keep an eye out for it may still just be completely passable. Sure if they're going to send any cleanup crews out there. Also in Maryland on the Bay Bridge, the westbound span running two way traffic three lanes. He's found two lanes westbound because of this. The earlier delay Annie's found 50 Cape ST Claire has eased. You may still find a lot of volume, but it is not a delay by any means. Coming from Whitehall Road headed onto the eastbound span. The bridge facts, not opinions. News, not talk watch news station every night at eight on W G N America, Check your local listings. It's your news. Your nation I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p traffic. Storm team forced Chuck Bell on and human today afternoon, high reaching 91 degrees, and shortly thereafter. All this heat and humidity will lead to a strong chance.

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"pasig" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"pasig" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"And then I realized what am I one of my friends seem to the right? It'd be is an ice urgent not even a wide and put into together. She's like, Sarah. I do those like I did a full fellowship in. Why surgeries and it was actually really interesting because you sometimes I think maybe I'm just being like overdramatic, and it's not that bad, but she actually. Kind of like looked at my eyelids and pinch the skin. She's like, oh, yeah. You are already like a full candidate for it. She's like we can do this. And just take out this little bit of the skin and bring it together. She's like, it's one of the it's it's not a tough surgery. She's like, I don't even prescribe narcotics for a you. It's like a one. Yeah. So I was just kind of excited. Why? Yeah. In my head. I was thinking gnashing. Yeah. It was encouraging. I just thought maybe it was only plastics that do it like Pasig surgeons, and she's like, actually, you know, you really want to have an ice surgeon do that like that's the only thing where into like, you know, we know everything about the eye. And so anyway, I'm not gonna do it anytime soon, but it was really good to talk to her about it. And then I feel like it could make a really big difference. For me. I'm gosh, totally. Big of a deal and legit medical procedure. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I felt better when she kind of pinch the skin and sure like, oh, yeah. You have a lot here. Then you know, and I was like oh validated. Validated. Validated. So anyway. Yeah. Good stuff on that front. Oh, and I saw on your Instagram that you're doing a juice and soup Clinton. Yeah. Which is actually one of my two thumbs up. So let's dive into that Steve into that. So I'm on my second day. Well, once again selfie Facebook community group comes through. I wasn't even considering I've done juice cleanses in the past. And I'm just kind of like, whatever they're fine. I usually cheat towards the end. I don't really know if they're anything they're hard. And they made me cranky. I wasn't really thinking about it. But someone was talking about like, you know, resetting themselves in one of our members carry is her name. She was like, you know, sometimes when I want to do like a quick three day reset. I do this particular cleanse, the brand is called juice by Julie. But juices J US, and she's like, it's really cool because it's it's juices and soups. So a three day situation where you're drinking the juices you have six day, so three soups three juices a day. I have got to tell you, and I bought this with my own money. This was not sent to me. I mean, this was just like, I I'm gonna try this first off the soups are freaking delicious. I mean, I can't think of soup that I've had that I like more than her Susie. Oh, her read lintel is amazing. There's potato Leek carrot ginger tomato. Bisque like, there's literally naming all my people soups there, so flavorful, I cannot handle soups that are like gross in like dole. And just don't have a lot of flavor. They're just like bursting with flavor, and then her juices the difference with her juices are they aren't cold pressed, so they're blended. So you're actually getting all of the fiber from the vegetables, I love that. Because that's my complaint about and criticism really of juice cleanse is why would you not want the fiber in your body know, exactly and on top of it? It's just it's more filling, you know, drinking one of those juice. Fills my belly opposed to you know, drinking just something that's cold pressed. So anyway, I'm in the second day. I have not felt hungry at all my daughter. I was taking her to school today. And I was drinking one that was like a green it was like kale. Romaine mango banana rice milk and something else. He was really like it was like a meal, and she smelled it..

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"pasig" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"pasig" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"To do like auto tagging or in like auto editing, and blah, blah, blah, all these things that we can do you don't want to download them. So doing machine learning stuff in the cloud is actually really really awesome. It gives you a lot of access systems really really complex, really experienced. Joel. That wouldn't fit in the processor in a current phone. Right. You can right. Delivery liberties massive supercomputers in the sky to do magic key wording and all that kind of stuff. Yeah. Exactly. So there's nothing you get this stuff in the cloud. And then there's other things as well. Like, obviously, the fact that you have your image is like the full resolution files or in this into cloud. Therefore, you can get them full resolution on your devices, and blah, blah, blah. So there's a lot of stuff that you get going Z. And so what we're trying to do is. We're trying to make it lighter. Z? I've heard a lot of people say, oh, lightens Z is just a watered down version of light room. That's not the case. If you look at the functionality youth vilifies, it's yes when it came out a one product correct did not have all the features of twelve year old product that is just logic weren't gonna spend twelve years making a new version light room. We spent less time we came with the new one, and it was missing some features. Like the first version didn't have curves in it and people like how did you release curves? Well, guess what? Within two months we had a curve into it. And then a couple months after that we had another feature and it's getting better and better over time. So it is not designed to be a watered-down simplified version. It's not light room for dummies. It is full feature light room, and it's going to get better and better over time. So that the big difference that you'd have to choose do I want my image is in the cloud or not and that's going to be the decision for. That's why it's like it's not one is for professionals for professionals. It's one is for a certain kind of person and the other ones for certain kind of person. And so from key as Dogra for lighter and C C is really really awesome and really really works. Well, and to answer one final question to I know you want to get a word in you ask can use the both together like Z. Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. That's a big question. Yeah. And so we get that question all the time. And there are I head your little bit. Because. We like to the products legroom. Classic was never designed a rung. So the idea that the images are in the cloud. So like things a little weird when you use both of them at the same time. So it's it's better to choose and kind of like fully commit to one or the other. But we definitely have people that try out both of them and see what's happening and other people that might say like all right. So for this kind of had do light room c c for this dog raphia do light from classic. There are different ways of approaching it. And so generally speaking, we found that there could be some really weird things that happened not necessarily the problems are incompatible with each other. But in just because of the way, they're designed the way you work with them. You might recognize like this kind of weird ways. I ended the photo. But it's over there still. Way like. So just because they were designed to work or light Pasig was designed to in a time in which there wasn't cloud computing. There weren't like imagine it came out before the iphone. Just like it wasn't designer builder architect it in such a way to really design and think about what the world would be like in a world in which we've got these amazing supercomputers in our pockets. That's crazy. I mean, you know, continuing that thought about, you know, the mobile in like classic being designed before the iphone came out clearly iphones here while he's here Google's here with pixel. We have we have these supercomputers in our pockets. We're walking around with we have the horsepower, and you mentioned tablets as well. And I gotta tell ya. I recently picked up the ipad pro and I got the pencil the pencil version to that guy. Yeah. And I've had the previous version..

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"pasig" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"pasig" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I'm Marco werman, a top cabinet official from Israel, flew to Pittsburgh, the offer his condolences some Israel and American Jews didn't like his message. He should know better. But yet he still found a way to compare the hands that shot down eleven Jews praying on a Sabbath morning Tomasz. That's still ahead here on the world. I'm Marco werman. And you're with the world we're a co production of the BBC World Service PRI w h here in Boston operation faithful patriot that is a name the Pentagon. It's chosen for the deployment this week of more than five thousand troops to the US Mexico border. A deployment order by President Trump just days ahead of the midterm elections. The president says the troops are needed to protect the country from an invasion of migrants. He's referring to that group of thousands of migrants from Central America currently making its way north through Mexico. The muggers by the way are still more than a thousand miles away from the US border, and they're not expected to rive there for weeks. The president's critics are dismissing the deployment as a political stunt ahead of the midterm. So what practically can those troops? Do Gina hearkens is a reporter with the defense new site, military dot com. Gene of the defense department likes clear mission. So what is the mission of these troops? While the requests actually came down from the. Statement of homeland security, and it sounds like it's going to be happening with these active duty forces is that they're going to be assisting border patrol agents on the ground. So they're going to have some military police units. Combat engineers, maybe Asian support medical personnel who can assist as the border patrol agents. I guess try to address this caravan is it makes its way toward the US border. The defense department has made clear that these troops will be carrying live ammunition. What's the justification for that? While apparently secretary of defense, Jim Mattis made that call and as long as the troops normally carry weapons they're authorized to do so on this particular mission. Now, it it doesn't sound likely that they're actually going to becoming face to face with any of these people. It sounds more like they're going to be assisting the border patrol agents and their mission, and they'll actually be the ones on the frontlines. So that's little unclear. So the president is a commander and shave. There's nothing legally to prevent him from doing this. But once the troops get to the border what legal authority governs what they'll be able to actually do. They face legal restrictions as part of the Pasig Titus act, and that's back to the eighteen hundreds which basically limits troops from carrying out domestic policies inside the US. Now, there are some there is some wiggle room in that u s northern command which department of homeland security is called to send these troops down to the border has some thority to partner with agencies like that when it comes to defending a US security interests. If from inside the US there are already several hundred national guard troops on the border. So what the president asked for more guards rather than going straight to regular forces. That wasn't really clearly addressed during yesterday's press conference. It's a good question. There are as you mentioned about twenty two hundred I believe national guard troops along the border. They've been in place since early this spring and those trips are most. Unarmed. And there are there also assisting that customs and border patrol agents on on the border. President Trump in an interview with Fox News.

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"pasig" Discussed on The Nightly Rant

The Nightly Rant

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"pasig" Discussed on The Nightly Rant

"But if he if he were to, if he were to nominate somebody else like tomorrow, would they potentially make it through for the midterm election, highly doubt. It takes longer than that. I see. I mean, we're a month away from, well. I don't know. The process takes only seemed the processes taking this long because of all the accusations exactly what would happen again. That's the way the politics game is played. Delay, delay delay, obstruct obstructive struck. We have a filibuster rule. You don't want something to be voted on as long as you can keep talking. As long as you can keep talking, you get to hold the floor. If she's not telling the truth in the spigot because I've already said that I don't. Yeah, sitting on the fence, if she's if not telling the truth, then after the election, she'll just disappear into thin air. The accusations will go away. Nobody will say anything about it ever. Again. He's not just go away but aid to say this. It's also going to put women's rights back way back because it's going to be like, see, you can't trust them. They're gonna lie. See, okay, this is the other half that discussion. I was having with my friend. She's insisting that this male patriarchy in society is what's keeping women down. And I honestly feel like it's at this point, crazy women keeping other women down. Because there's the people who were like crazy feminists. We hate men. We shop off all their penises like just disown, send them all to the moon and we'll be done with it and it'll be all women society, and they make women look bad, and they make men not respect women. They're the loudest. So we've talked about this. Okay, I'm going to use a show that we watch ninety days fiancee's. Okay. Darcy Jesse now. I'm sorry. You can think anything you want about Jesse. You can say he wants to get on TV, whatever. Guess what more power to him if that was a marketing ploy. Don't forget. If you believe the premise of the show, they knew each other in this relationship and then applied. Right. How did he manage to get lucky enough to get a psychopath like that that was full of so much drama that he could get. Great airtime. I don't think it was a marketing ploy c. and people think that. But even if it was a marketing ploy more power to for pulling it off. Yeah, I think maybe pretty popular. I think maybe he was interested in American because the American market is a lot bigger for what he wants to do with his life, but I don't think getting on the show is a marketing ploy. I agree. I even doubt that it was his idea. I, it was more likely her idea. Yeah, but she she was kind of normal in the first season she was on and by normal. I don't mean personality wise. I mean, look, there were hints. There were hints Dovers Aiko sees cheap, but she dressed kind of normal. And she, she didn't do anything funky with their hair. She was actually slightly attractive right then between the first season in the second season, she got like an absolute of Pasig surgery lost crapload of wait and started dressing like a floozy. Like she just went full crazy. And this is after the dude that she was seeing told her. He liked it better when she didn't wear makeup because he thought she was beautiful without it. And she wet. Like I'm going to apply ten.

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"pasig" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"pasig" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"The come from this natural pig precautions. Ability and what's that outcome? What's their intended outcome with this? Is that so that people can integrate into their lives so that can lead but alive. Have better luck as you mentioned to me earlier in the day that they had an investment program at one point and they'll making returns hundred twenty. The goal to get six hundred percent return. John's see whatever I hit things like that. Sure about two guests the lottery numbers and destroy your enemies. That is the goal. That's just one of the aspects. So one of the specs and this is in big caveats. I'll get to this in Pasig stench in that she is Julian l. spinach is pot of a firm that deals with venture capitalists and investment firms, and she claims that one of the firms that working with with the input as two hundred sixty five percent average returns, oh, when they use the top pre cognitive people. So this little slide need that because I've got minus two hundred. That's that's the kind of one tiny aspect, right? Yeah, it's this one element yet. It can be utilized. It's, it's weird that you brought that up because it sounds like a pitch. It sounds like a pitch for investment plan, but one aspect of that is that you can use the pre cognitive ability. You know, these feelings, these extrasensory abilities to make better decisions about you, Korea, for example. Okay. Yeah, I get that point, things like that. The reason why I raise that is because when you do he things like this precondition there is, I think it's just a human thing. You kinda go, how can I use this to my advantage? And one of those things is fun. Intial obviously, people go use it full. Most people say the lottery numbers, but in reality, if you start hearing stories like, well, we can get you. Two hundred percent returns on the Dow Jones is gone. True. We've covered on the show plenty of examples where you know companies have gotten together the best. So you know, remote viewers and attends out to be a disaster when they try and play. The market's at bought. There are also success stories like universal talk playing the silver market in the eighties, they they've been hundreds of thousands of dollars from their investments. The problem is that that sort of thing is like none of this a biased. I think because it's like when you have, you'll be a horoscope in red dole. You go and have a psychic reading. All of is wrong, but then you know, two or three of them arrive and then you kind of being human being, you lean more towards well, they were right that time. Yeah, and so it kind of self reinforces itself. I'm looking forward to discuss that is at the bottom of the benefits, the benefits more connections with with life with the universe, a better understanding of the true nature of yourself. And just the most interesting thing, and I hope that we come away with this understanding in plus extension from Mba's. At the end of the show. Oh, is it totally changes the way you think about time. A k. our relationship with time and I have this incredible example coming up all of a biologist, who is the top of his field? He's he's kind of introduced revolutionary ideas on the foundation of life on this planet really respected guy. He's he's field and this story coming up way hate hells how people he believes possibly he's future self reached back through decades into the past to contact him when he was seven years old arcade. That's cool. That kind of thing. Awfully the richer Kohl's -ality of thing. You start to think differently about the nature of time, and I'm pleased that you actually go into that idea about the nature of time because when we were recently discussing these positive coincidences, if you're not a plus subscribe, that was his one story that came up with what people were having precaution of dreams and these synchronous cities about plane crashes or about. Particular plane crash. And the problem was that all these people kept on having this difficulty because they were trying to do something about it. And of course it didn't make a difference. It just the plane crash still happened..

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"pasig" Discussed on The Working Experience

The Working Experience

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"pasig" Discussed on The Working Experience

"From your smartphone. You know, they ring the bell at rings on your phone. You can see who's there. Like, I, I know one thing that does happen and it's happened to my, my brother and my sister in law is like having they live in DC is having packages taken from the front porch. And I know that like, you know, around Christmas time, I guess that happens. I mean, you got to be pretty low down to steal someone's Christmas gifts off their front steps, but you know, with with drug addiction, all that happens, but it set it sells. It's a big fear is a big seller. You know, that happens. That happens out by me. You know, in that is, you know, it's it's inconvenient in in it stinks. But for the most part, like, you know, Amazon will reimburse you for that, you know? And that's like, so that's so so small of an impact in your life. If your sneakers get stolen from young on having, it actually happened to me a pair of sneakers that I ordered was stolen. And you know Nike sent out. Another pair in that was that was the end of the story. I mean it. It's almost like for me, it's like it's it's on the UPS FedEx, Amazon, you know if something gets stolen that's going to impact how you know people order in whether they want to deal with the hassle. Of getting a package delivered. It's a whole other thing of, you know, someone breaking into your house in Pasig possible confrontation, physical harm. Somebody is stealing a package off your your stoop, it's it's no big deal. But anyway, we should. What is this podcast about what. Just for the last twenty minutes. We've just I don't know about. I mean, come on, you know, it's it's, it's stream of consciousness riffing. That's how I, how I think about it. I mean that you know, we, I think we, we started off talking about Joe Rogan in last time we were talking about, you know, I've seen James head field on there because he's always a pretty interesting guy to listen to. He had a pretty hard life and we were talking about the documentary. You worked on the documentary and about the therapy they did. And I, what I thought was very interesting in the documentary was when they played at San Quentin state prison, you remember that and I couldn't believe that the prison, let him do that for one. I mean, I, I was like, wow, that's kind of you know, out of the ordinary, but. James head. Phil was basically saying, like if you hadn't been in Metallica, he would've like probably been in prison because his his father left when he was young and his mother passed away when.

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"pasig" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

Comments By Celebs

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"pasig" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

"The whole point of is that the person's falls Courtney with c. Yeah, so Chloe comments. Her name sold at the k which, honestly, if you're going to fuck one thing up, how do you mess up Courtney with a with a see, I don't understand. That's like their things if you, that's the thing for me is if you know enough about them to know the whole Pasig surgery fillers like the specifics of that situation, but you don't know that their names are all spelled with Kay's for this girl. I'm gonna pray that it was auto, correct, and that you the friend importing with c. so if you're listening girl, who to that, I just pray that it was your autograph. I will say one thing she wasn't even right though, because khloe Courtney's very open about her implants. Yeah. One hundred percent also, we know that Kim, I don't think has implants, but how'd her boobs always look, amazing implants. I really don't think they are. I don't know. Maybe it was like not like a full implant, but like you know, sometimes you can put the fat in shape it. That's what I have to assume. They're just always perfect. Yeah. In every. I mean, I remember she showed she takes them. Say you did. No, you sweat and it doesn't work. Yeah. She's an excellent team. I would love to speak to whoever is doing that for the one minute that you take a picture though it works like it, it works. You just can't go out like that. Right. Okay. That makes sense. Unless you get like, I don't wear bras. I hate rows and have do, and she so crazy because they've no idea like, you know what I mean? Like any most people ninety percent of you listening because like. I wonder what I was moved quickly. Really funny, but she doesn't either and she, I don't know. I just love it. I'm such a free advocate at, you know, and KENDALL is, and Kim is and. This is an ode to the Kardashians boobs. Okay. Next Tiga coming out of the woodwork. I guess Travis is getting too much attention and saying that he was on who made Kylie relevant. This was this was one of the craziest things I've ever seen Tiga really. Personal like claimed responsibility for the lip kit success. Like what this is literally nuts, your Tiga. She is Kylie like. I just don't even have a lot to say because I'm just confused. I'm thoroughly confused as well. I could totally understand if she saying you know that their relationship together. 'cause a lot of press or something for Kylie could literally be dating a garbage bag and they'd be on the cover of oak. Like I mean, I would be crazy. I mean, that would be nuts. Okay. Travis. No, but that was crazy. He said, you know, you see the way she was dressing. She was dressing differently. It's like, okay, don't behold Connie camp thing. Right? And in that situation when kinda came on like that was cracked, he did change a lot of things to the families, especially style wise, like look at Scott now, Scott used to only three piece suits dress the nine now he's like Saint Pablo merch every day. Yeah, but no one's wearing a tiger shirt. Yeah, no one. Even even when the dating, no one was wearing tiger peril known was dressing like him. It just it was. So it was just an outlandish remark..

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"pasig" Discussed on Well This Sucks

Well This Sucks

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"pasig" Discussed on Well This Sucks

"Get insurance by employers thing, get insurance agent that way, you don't have to call it insurance company and ask for the stuff. They get a commission from the insurance companies. So you don't pay anything, but they just do the work. It's a great little tip and save me a lot of stress. So I got like the most expensive, like one write it down. Yeah. I got the most expensive like plan just because they covered basically like zero deductible. They covered ninety percent of hospital. 'cause that's good. But I paid like a lot per month. It was like four hundred dollars per month. Yeah, so, but like I knew I was left the cool thing kind of like elective surgeries like this, you can plan ahead. It'd be like, all right, this is the year. I'm gonna do a lot of like medical shit. Someone is going to cause some years. I've, I've never went to the doctor. I did, but like not as much as like staying in the hospitals expensive. It's like crazy. It's, you have to be a billionaire to stay like days NAS. Like it's so nuts. So so yeah, you got a breast on colleges to was amazing. And then I shopped a little bit around for a plastic surgeon. Although I found one, I really liked almost right away. So I didn't do much shopping. And yeah, that's all really took. How did you know that this was that these were your doctors when you say that? Like I knew I liked this Pasig surgeon right away. Well, she was the only one who was a woman and rectum. Well, there was a few that are recommended breast oncologist who's recommended by mom's on college, and you know the Queen of cancer, whatever. And I knew that like, okay, she knows. So she recommends this lady. She's cool, and I met with my breast colleges who's amazing so sweet, very like great bedside manner and knew her stuff. And I asked her who do you like for plastic surgeons because she does like thousands of mistake Deby's year. So she's seen a lot of fake Bubis so she must know. So she gave me some names and only one of them was a woman. And I've heard of other women, but like they weren't even the hospital didn't like the job they did, but I met with some guys too, but this woman just kind of got me. She was very gentle. She's kinda cold should not cold, but she was just like a little objective or just knew her. It was like a dork for like plastic surgery. Nice. Yeah. And it's like, I kind of like likes that. I was like, she knows her shit and all her stuff like just she didn't just do boobs. She did like Rico, facial reconstructions on children, and it looks like amazing. And it was just like, I know I was like, oh my gosh, she's an artist. Yeah, it really isn't art so, and also she was the only one. I don't wanna be that big. I really wanna stay the same size as I was before, and she understood. I had a boob job while though now at the point where kind of want them bigger. Like like upgrade or maintain do? Yeah, I might do that. Yeah. Time for upgrade example, even still. You want bigger. I don't know why not. Because I can grow. Here's the thing. Like when I get my period, I don't know if appear. Like I do 'cause I check my my indoor, but I don't. I bleed, but usually like your breasts for German lake, your breastfeed different grow a little bit. We're cleavage and hot and sexy, and mine just stay the same forever. So I don't know. I don't know. I might not. I might change my mind, but I got some years yet. Got it. It. Do girl. I'm no Saint. If I were in that sich I'd be like, I mean. A Cup size. One. Can you still do? It became while Monday. Hurt. Fix her up down there. I love to do like if I was like an anesthesiologist, I would just have like a little house outside. Oh, my. Hustle, just waxing like tattoos, any painful wanna do on your weight, call your ex. We'll do anything for you. Put me under. Him or her form my taxes. You know, you wanna do, but not awake wandering, hilarious. Yeah, like that's painful, but yeah, so just putting off forever..

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"pasig" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"pasig" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"A while i thought it would shame these people into changing their behavior well it's interesting that you bring that up this poaching pay research project it's taken two years together all the data and along the way the club has been putting out press releases and getting getting this out there this is what we're doing this is why we're doing it and over that two year period i've seen a dramatic increase in things like that you're seeing magazines that are dedicating space to shaming poachers covering poaching cases in the media you're seeing it more online you know this is this is not at the edge of our campfires anymore it's being drug out into the sunlight which was another goal of the club is let's let's get this out there and and do what we can and and certainly shaming these these folks that are that are stealing wildlife is is one of them are one avenue hey keith where we've got about a i guess two and a half minutes left thereabouts what can we do then what kinda listener do get a hold of buna crockett or should they be talking to their local game wardens about this since there's a number of things we can do first off is it's important to know that the vast majority of poaching crimes are already being reported by sportsmen there's tip lines there's eight hundred numbers and and that's an important thing for folks to continue doing on the the judicial system side this is an education process are prosecutors in our judges need to understand the north american model wildlife conservation where regulated hunting fits the value that people place on wildlife night only sportsman but you know even folks that don't hunt so these are more serious offenses and crimes then our legal system is probably aware of so the club is committed to working on ways that we can educate these folks possibly even getting certain pasig prosecutors dedicated to poaching cases so just falling into.

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"pasig" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"pasig" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I looked at the menu i'm legal a glass of water you are i have browse your baby food no ice the watery fifteen bucks wait a minute you would never been there before that never been there since that was it that's the time i went the prime went all the my life dan i don't live this lavish life that you live where what do i owe you guys what od'd on that list because i didn't realize there were still owed stuff i've taken only there so many times uh well there's you don't know any more prime1 twelve unless roy you wanna like why paid up with you roy are you are you settled you'd probably night i don't trust him they this he can't be trusted on this amplified pay w the he takes his lovely wife a need to you should supposed to be jersey on that on the other thing now that's that's the other thing it's it's him in his pasig last time there was a baby involved i asked you who jackson oh if bring those only a couple i know of one for sure that he owes we were hold on a second stop procreating like this is only going to get worse for me what about i think that's probably the awkward when that stop doing that no more babies a dinner dinos robert smith for sure that's where he has to dress as a combination of robert smith the football player and roberts met the front man of the cure.

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"pasig" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

The MFCEO Project

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"pasig" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

"You know what i'm saying like younger fuck if somebody's gay or if they're blacker on kurman on a shit and like you know so tyler of your when you come out and was finally out i'm ready uh yeah there's a there's a line and then we'll just as many people rallies there is now there's a line in the movie i can't remember a movie and and the guy one one of the friends is he comes out he tells everybody's gay in and he he like coming out of the closet and they're like and the guy july we already know that he's like yeah if you weren't gay be a really weird dude third the always funny man and sad at the same time a guy have known for a long long time is is gay and everybody knows he's gay but he won't say already knows we legitimately in it's not tyler because the different guy but like dude i want a message were fucking tell that grow like okay map pasig albro where aware you're saying like i like you know i don't fucking care right node relief it's okay right like you if you seriously discriminate somebody 'cause they're gheorghe because they're fucking black or of the european shit like on a different kind of level frazier legates it's it's sad to me the society hasn't like grown pass that like and you know what's fucked up is that the the fucking ninety nine percent of people we suffer the consequences of the one percent of the lowest common denominator right like people who literally are racist right or people who literally our homophobic and then you get the other ninety nine percent talking about it and the fuck in ho ekeus tarnish we all get tarnish because of the skunk yep you know what i'm saying like it's sad because social media is what brought that for the fucking forefront like i almost feel if we didn't have social allied these issues when he be fucking issues like i feel like racism issue was much less of an issue fifteen years ago in the news today people argue oh well because we didn't bring awareness about it no.

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"pasig" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"pasig" Discussed on WDRC

"In at three point nine percent that was something that was totally unexpected in the financial market and we saw what happened after that so that's why you do not want to see that happen where were you heard the caught area quantitative tightening new failure of their talent more and more era fit in there that create a bigger supply uh i guess treasury or nearby most pasig toxic assets are selling them back does that compete for the money supply so is that it's so you have too much bonds of stuff so i guess they're going to act or people who have to pay more form now because there's not that many buyers well uh they're always buyers for treasuries and agencies but it but it is a subject of supply it is subject to supply and i think that the the point to pay attention to here is that the supply of securities is calling up exponentially once we get into this period where quantitative tightening reaches its six hundred billion annual rate that will start in october coupled with the fact that in the new fiscal year starting in october the federal fiscal year there now projecting a deficit in excess of a trillion dollars so when you add the two together you're getting up close to two trillion dollars in new supply what i what i mean by new supply is uh the supply coming off the fed's balance sheet through quantitative tightening 'cause that's going into the open market that has to find buyers plus the new paper being printed by the treasury as a result of financing these soaring deficits all right so you just want to twenty keep an eye on all of it and just be aware that at a minimum at a minimum all of that is a headwind for interest ratesensitive investments including eits appreciate the call great to hear from baton rouge this is monte talk the money draw is getting something flavor full and.

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"pasig" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"pasig" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The listeners of kqed the time is 33 minutes past eight this is morning edition from npr news i'm david grand i'm steve inskeep the president of iran all but took the side of his country's protesters haass on rouhani spoke after days of demonstrations and essentially told his cabinet that the ruling class in iran is out of touch that internet censorship is a problem that people want more freedom that they're not just protesting about the economy it was an especially frank statement in a country where people often speak in euphemisms and metaphors encode if they talk politics at all npr's peter kenyon is covered iran for years he's on the line i peter hasty pasig nificant are ruehe ruhani's comments that they're important it's not often you here and around the president say one cannot force one's lifestyle on the future generation or ask whether you can buy freedom with some economic improvements while people stay cut off from the internet door they said the restrictions i mean it's unusually plane and direct speaking by the standards of irani and political discourse certainly abut making a tough speech is one thing taking tough action is of course another well let's try to figure out what's going on here we should remember i guess that there are different factions in iran's government summer more moderate door reformist as they say some are much more conservative or hardliner and youth sounds with remarks like that like rural hani is aligning himself with the reform people and taking aim at the more conservative factions is that really what's happening certainly the ladder taking aim at hardliners yes nato than constantly attacking him since his reelection last may they've been frustrating his efforts to revive the economy to some extent and hardliners including the supreme leader ayatollah ali khamenei in his very latest remarks continue to blame all this unrest on the us and britain on outside agitators but also what rouhani was doing with these remarks was refocusing anger away from himself and he was the target remember some of these protests riyal as hardliners and now he's saying no let's look at the other side the conservatives add these protests in essence took on the entire theocratic system and that's not what ruhani's about he's not about changing that but this is.

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"pasig" Discussed on Flash Forward

Flash Forward

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"pasig" Discussed on Flash Forward

"Now one mushroom lamp is not going to be the end of plastic even the molds for the lamp right now are still made of plastic and the cord for the late for the lamp is wrapped in plastic but dale hopes that the lamp will make people really start considering alternatives in places that they can on the lamp is just a demonstration of one of the one of the applications so really the next step is letting people play with that letting them explore the possibilities and start you know brainstorming around what other places can this material live in their life what other materials in their environment can replace end it worked for her through working with this material i became really interested in and biomaterials in general and also just biology in science so i ended up going back to school and getting a master's degree or complete in two weeks thanks in biomet macree tin y'all isn't the only one working on biologically derived materials there's this growing field of bioplastics and biomaterials danielle uses mushrooms but other people are using things like cigarette butts vegetable oil gas from landfills and more urity starting to see pasig center created from captured carbon out of the air you're seeing pawsox that are being made from bacteria or yeast it's like plastics in the '70s right you here in that that glorious experimentation place where that it really is all about creativity and finding the application in trying to push the boundaries into being able to um to achieve the results that you need for the function that you need but realistically not everything can be made out of brush rooms are vegetable oil or yeast if you swing the pendulum back to using only quote unquote natural materials to make things you wind up back with the same issue that plastics were trying to solve originally using too much.

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"pasig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"pasig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Well if you look at the recent evolution of the couple an economy uh even uh you know during the summer very recently uh you know the economy because we know pacing a an outperforming the spanish economy and the recent wise because investors they wind not belief that independence warsaw credible scenario in there in the near future on the world uh so far in you know yesterday we got some leading indicator such that emi s and assure you that you know that will show up the economy is put back the no the result of knowledge there is a lot of uncertainty in the marketplace now but the recent of ocean of the government and the reason of devotional spanish economy kuzmin quite quite positive we are open for dino appears exports are growing at the rate of uh you know close to ten percent copied that expenditure easter and so uh you know the commitment the the target of the spanish economies to maintain the pace of this recovered four cut the lunar arm for uh you know for four 442 spain minister i understand that you at the moment nato want to contemplate around the banks or anything turning ugly with the banks that how often do you speak in the last couple of days with the heads of banco sabadell and cash and what are they asking of you well you know enormous maintain talks on conversations with you know these banks until you know the only thing that i can i can save that uh you know they know perfectly what they have to do it to defend the interests of the pasig those those shareholders and the clients and they are fully committed we you know about that target unite talked to them uh you know.

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"pasig" Discussed on A voix nue

A voix nue

02:39 min | 4 years ago

"pasig" Discussed on A voix nue

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