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"perth australia" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Be sharing some of our favorite songs about animals but I some new music. That is a little bit of one more year. The lead track from the slow rush the newest and fourth album from Tame Impala Greg. You and I were super excited when this band burst out of Perth Australia. In the mid two thousands they were guests on the show. When I say they I'm really talking about Kevin Parker and occasionally some help a classic bedroom or tour sonic craftsmen. They were on the show in two thousand thirteen episode five. Oh three we both put loaner ISM on our top tens in two thousand twelve. We've been following eagerly everything that Mr Parker has given us. Working in the past with Dave Friedman he was obviously a fan of the flaming lips their longtime producer coming from that general space and then growing over three albums and then a long delay going on five years. Since we've gotten new music from Kevin Parker now here. We have the slow rush. Let's play a track from it. We'll come back and give our opinions in a minute. This is it might be time. Indeed Mr Parker on sound opinions see it might be time from the new. Tame IMPALA record the slow rush the slow Russia well name because it was slow and making it and that's.
"perth australia" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"It total in a clerk in which is going on yeah it was someone a lot of people don't know has not been home to Perth Australia since before her freshman year it's been almost two years you know and she decided after freshman year that she really wanted to stay and get better you know change your body gets stronger lean out you know improve our skill set all of those things and and the success that she's had this year is a direct result of just pure hard work so she's been awesome for us Meyer hauling should have another asking for your date he is really coming up into the numbers box score she seems like she's got a life line yeah my had nineteen points at seventeen at halftime and we just couldn't get enough touches I guess in the second half but but my as a kid that ever since she walked into the boulders a freshman people come in the gym and say who's that kid right you know because she's long and leaf and you know it talented and she's finally starting to understand the type of work ethic in and sort of discipline and stuff that it takes on to really be successful you know not just every other night but like consistently and she's going to be really great for the rest of the year she she's one of those you are just so you looks good get off the bus ride from which she does yeah but now she's looking good on the doors so that's that's you know that's the goal what we're just talking tale about that to an end and you can speak to this more than I care but that that moment when a young player a talented player all the sudden the light goes on about the commitment and what's going on and how we have to play that's always a fun thing to watch as a coach all yeah it's incredible especially with someone like my who has just so much potential it's been really fun to see her blossom as a leader you know is a vocal player in practice and and huddles in time outs in you know and and she's really doing what she needs to do to be successful all right this we can you got this trip to the big area you've got Stanford stand for we know that their number three team to countryman of somebody at one o'clock by the way that's at eight o'clock mountain time Yemen Friday night one o'clock on Sunday against Carol great challenge you for would you know just talking you played Stanford very world we have yeah even even on paper when we're not supposed to be that competitive we always give Stanford a great game I don't know if it's the you know we're a pretty physical team we like to be physical I know they don't like that because after the game last year their coach made a comment about we're supposed to be playing basketball not football and we can okay let's play football at home but but I think it's maybe a little bit classes styles but we're excited for this weekend I think we've got a great opportunity to to you know surprise some people well what I like about your team as well is there there's there's kind we sold against UCLA there's a no fear attitude you guys love that love that you know we've only played one game it was at Oregon front of eleven thousand people that we we had big eyes and fearful but but no we we we love to be fearless we talk about it we want to be the tougher team the most aggressive team and I think for the most part we do that well all of it but I wanna go put on the shoulder pads strip mall a little bit good luck a product that's jugular vein they got Stanford again it's a Friday night game.
"perth australia" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage
"Are you bosses that are listening that are trying to look for great competent incredible candidates to fill that position. Look no further than ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Catherine Langford is with us here today from Perth Australia. Now, everybody knows you from thirteen reasons why I saw you and love Simon Michelle we saw her MTV movie MTV more movie, it'd be TV then. Yeah. Was that your first big awards show? Yeah. I think it was. Yeah. And I was wearing my like readily von you looked so gorgeous. Remember seeing her face her face when 'cause I knew the show I saw her face. When rule walked by. And she was literally like she didn't know what to do. I think it was my personality wasn't absolutely. Yeah. Well, I didn't know you are Jillian then. Yes. I mean, not a lot of people do, and I think it's because on the show, obviously like playing Hanner it's American accent. That was the first thing that I've ever done. So most people just me for the first time with an American accent? And then I kind of lost it not the accent like lost. But when I'm over here in the states or in England, I tend to gravitate towards different accents, which is kind of problematic, especially in BAAs because I just have a few drinks. And I'll stop speaking Irish if I'm surrounded by people you're shaped Shifter's what you are. You're closer to the Mike. This is the thing is that you know, when you are a medium medium, which is you know, there's a high frequency, and then there's a low frequency for humans. You're a medium. So you you adapt to whatever it is the environment urine. Yeah. I like that you asking me before when was the last time I was back in part. And it's it's been really crazy. The last two years. It's like, I literally I was cost in the show. I came back for Christmas like back home, and then I've just been essentially traveling like everywhere for the last two years. So I live out of a suitcase ho fabulous fab that I love to like have somewhere to put stuff. Oh, you're young. You know, you've gotta do that kind of stuff while you're young because eventually you will have a time where you just put everything down. But you know, I remember I packed two suitcase and fifteen I've never unpacked it never unpacked it since. And that was right after the second World War. Baby. She's BAE early twenties. This is the time to do it kid. I'm so excited here you're from Perth because I'm married to someone from Perth. Actually from regain L. A person I'm ready marriage. Put the nationality. And and I've been to Perth a lot. Now. I was telling you earlier, there's a world class hotel. Yes. In perth. And and we went there for years, and there was never anything to stay. There's never a good place to stay there. But they're not advertise. They don't advertise with our show, but I'm going to say the name of this place 'cause you got to say there when you go then it's called the coamo the call. It's called coamo the treasury in Perth Australia makes it so great. It's a world class hotel. Michelle, we Jewish and I we travel the world and we go down holiday. Well, it's not a world class, but you know, used to giving history it used to be the Richardson in Perth, there was the Pan Pacific. And then of course, the crown which is the casino. Yes. That's it. But now the coamo in purpose Jaya, call the treasury. It's fabulous cook dinner there, you'd have a steakhouse chain how Shen and when when you going back to Perth penalty Christmas, but I'll go Chrissy. Yes. Understanding warm child. There are flies flying into your eyeballs. And in your ears fly we spend Christmas on the beach..
"perth australia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I'm Warren Levinson. The blockbuster store in bend Oregon became the last one in the US last year. And now, it's the only one in the world. The bulletin reports. A blockbuster store in Perth Australia's closing later this month, leaving the Ben franchise alone on the planet blockbuster stores in Anchorage and Fairbanks Alaska closed last July, the yellow and blue themed movie rental stores were once everywhere. More on these stories at townhall dot com. I've been an educator for thirty one point three years. And I've seen a lot of bad gays. I say because at the elementary level, we are not dealing with fully developed individuals. I see a band aid. When I look at your. She is a tweeden a dreamer. Silly home said jabot box. And frankly, she takes a. All career as a student serious. She's only six is not valid excuse. I hear that every day. And I don't think I wanna know a six year old Whitney dreamer or a silly heart. And I sure don't wanna know what who takes your student career seriously. I don't have a college degree. I don't even have a job. I know a good kid when I see one because they're all good. Until dried out brain dead Skaggs. Like you dragged him down and convinced them. No, you so much scowl at my niece or any other kidney school. I'm looking at this quarter. Go downtown and have a rat. Non that thing off your face. The following has been rated PC for politically correct, attention dismay, learn something it's the sage. Larry elder. Larry elder here, the say from south central the prince of PICO union, Dr common sense, the great elderski. Don, Lorenzo, welcome to the program. Don't make the crafts allowed because we've got a country to say, so let's get her teed. Triple eight nine seven one S.
"perth australia" Discussed on Piano Jazz Shorts
"He turned back to his read it feed to find three hundred comments one more useless than the next until one jumped out at him OMG what a pickle. Yes, cried Perth sticky. But man, he'd read somewhere on the Gogol that the vinegar and pickle juice will break down, and he poxy bond, and he had a jar of gherkins within his reach one episode of battle star galactica later Perth pickle but posted that he was free Saturday morning. The man reported feeling a little tenderness, but not much pain. If anything feels thoroughly exfoliating. All right. Here are your choices. Amy from Paula Poundstone, the horse that would only run faster can win races. But only with the incentive of a pickle faith of woman makes a emotional journey only with the help of an emotional support pickle. And from Tom bowed at a man who had accidents superglued his own, but to a counter top escaping by using the miracle of pickle juice, which of these is the real story about a pickle coming to the rescue. I am going to have to go with the pickle pot or done your choices. Tom story about the man in stralia who glued his buck to his countertop. The find out the correct answer. We spoke to a reporter covering the real story from blog inputs glued himself with any fully night. And he just uses pickle juice and eight around is Nike, but that was a reporter from the bell tower times and Perth Australia talking about his home improvement project on wrong, you were right in the end because. The two story. The heroine uses of Picco, congratulations. You've earned point for him. And you have one are prize. The voice of anyone you may choose telling your children to just come down. It's nothing. Congratulations. Thanks so much for play Davy. And now the game or an important person. Does something completely trivial. It's called not my job. So have you ever said to a friend? You can't handle the truth, or maybe a million dollars isn't cool. You know, what's cool a billion dollars? If you have first of all start thinking of your own things to say, but Secondly, you were quoting Aaron Sorkin author of a few good men creator of sports night, the west wing in the newsroom, and now the author of to kill a Mockingbird on Broadway. Aaron Sorkin, welcome to wait. Wait, don't tell them. Thank you. Good to do. It's great to be with you. It's great to be with you. I came in and the middle and the very first thing I heard was exfoliating his but with a pickle. Happen to me. My first question is I know so many people who are especially fans of the west wing TV show, you wrote and creative. Thank you. Are so disappointed in real life because the people in real life, especially in politics are nowhere nearly as smart interesting and mostly articulate as they are on your shows. So my first question is are you just as disappointed as they are? Sure. Yes. Go a step further that most fifth graders are smarter than what we're generally seeing. You did one of the things. I was amazed at given your talent and your productivity and the words you've one is. I always assume that you grew up wanting to be a writer because you're so frankly, good at it. But that's not the case, right? When I was in high school. I thought I was going to be an actor. I was in all the school plays and community theater. And then I went to college and studied acting, and it wasn't until really the day after I graduated from college that I for the first time wrote for pleasure and wrote dialogue, and I felt a confidence that I'd never felt with acting, and I was pretty cocky, actor really what you write that day. I started writing a few good men. Yeah. My older sister. Daddy, had just graduated from law school and she went into the navy. Judge advocate general score the Jack core. And she told me a story about this trip. She was about to take on Tom obey right? And it became the inspiration for a few good men. I moved to New York after college, and I got a job bartending and Broadway theaters. And I wrote a few good men on cop down that in during the first act of full..
"perth australia" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"Carry that home with me. Mike Lester from Perth Australia. Well, whilst out whilst who uses the word whilst whilst out shopping for a gift for my son. I ran across this. I know we're talking about legalizing weed, but this seems a little premature he may be right. This is a little kid for kids to make their own stuff at home. And I think maybe the kids don't need to make this. Crystal Beth salts. I don't know if the kids need to make their own bath salts at home made all down start eating other kids faces. Might be unnecessary. And then by favorite of this grouping this holiday group in game from Brandon and lake forest, California. He saw this bouncy house in the Queen Mary down there Long Beach. And he said it was the shape of a snow woman. That's like, I don't know. Why would they why would he say it was the shape of a snow woman till I saw the photo is try to find the entrance. If you can. Here's the bouncy house when the kids go in. Can we punch in Josh a little bit? Yeah. That's where that's where the kids enter the bounce house. St. this, no man at a very big secret. Yeah. Old services puncher? Set up for you shoot a lose for b. One more one more. It puts the lotion on its skin. Puts it in the basket. Go. Nice. Imagine tuck in that back, can you tuck it back. Where's it like a bell? All the way around. You can close his robe with it. About. On the shoulders of the lady sitting way ahead of. I'm confused by Japan. I don't know if I've mentioned this anyone or not. But I don't understand what they do over there in that country, the things that they find interesting entertaining slash sexy are Mr. to me so each and every episode I asked respectfully what the fuck Japan. Fuck japan..
"perth australia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"It's five fifty four Mike appel gained for Sean hanging out with Frank Frank. I just saw this story cross. And I don't know if you've ever been in the situation where you had to call the cops on the neighbor if you hurt your neighbor screaming over and over at the top of their lungs. Why don't you die? Why don't you die? Would you pick up the phone and call the police? I don't know. I might need a little bit more than just that. Well, people in Perth Australia heard a man screaming, why don't you die over and over again, really blood-curdling scrapes. So they called the nine one one number in Australia. Whatever it is. And the cop showed up it was a guy trying to kill a spider. He had a spire in his house, and he couldn't kill it. He kept spraying it and the thing just kept running around. So police were dispatched, you know, they probably set like a swat team to the guy a swat. Thank you. Frank is quick very quick. So yeah. Just one of those things before before you pick up the phone and call nine one one. Investigate a little further as Frank would tell us this guy. Unfortunately, now, the whole world knows about his arachnophobia nother SAT word here in the first hour lie. Goodness, I'm gonna have to start writing these now use them in the future. There's gonna be a quiz on these in the future. And so that's my breaking news story. Well, you mentioned, you know, plans to end the shutdown, and I mentioned the fact that there are eight hundred federal employees affected thousand eight eight hundred thousand one say eight hundred. Oh, yeah. Eight hundred eight hundred thousand a small number compared to the total workforce. And I really all these people, and we talked about this to hell federal government employees today or paid rather handsomely, and they got a lot of benefits, and what have you thanks to the fact that they are now unionized and have been for a good while I really believe it's going to be the unions representing these eight hundred thousand which will push the number crat leadership to coming up with some kind of an agreement. The compromise between what the president wants. And what Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi are saying no to and that's the wall funding. I never thought of that write it down. The the unions. According to Frank lucrative, very good idea. Because you know, what else? They'll guarantee that. They're the ones constructing whatever walk. They'll get the work. All right. Well, speaking of work, I think you have some well if you are out there right now, and you suspect that you have a transmission problem, you might wanna head to Glen Burnie transmissions..
"perth australia" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage
"I can only imagine that y'all got different fathers mothers. But it's interesting, isn't that? What is it? What what is she talking about? I have eleven brothers and sisters who Dow. Which is about my MAC and cheese. Yeah. Levin. So the same mother and father. No, it's it's tricky like you said, my mom had six kids on the sixth the baby. Yeah. And then I have a different father to those siblings. So five or from one father heroes them all and then he's the sixth with a different father. So I said imagine imagine being the baby from six kids five of which had the same parent, and then you show up with different parent. Right magin. I said to him did you ever feel less then because these kids all had the same mom and dad, and you were the odd one out. Really, I was also I was the black one in the family to and I just couldn't understand why different Caucasian aboriginal mix the looked very very light. So we will go out in public. And people would always ask if I was adopted and like, it was just always know. Right. And I just under stand. Why? Different to my mom, and my siblings. And my dad was in my life. I knew even have native flood. It's your father's Nigeria. Yes. So it's just like what's going on? But my mom was always like you have to understand like your your color does not make you different your siblings. We are one family who. Yeah. Yeah. But at the same time like the guy that was raising my siblings like he came back to the picture like he didn't have any interest in being my dad. Right. It was very obvious. Like he just and I knew from like a kid like he wasn't. He wasn't going to pretend to be my dad, and like that was that. And you know, I say to him Faulk haw. And so what about the other five you said there are eleven. Yeah. It should be. All over the world. Yes. My dad your Nigerian dad Jane died. He. Yes. And a zinc for life zest for life. Gets another world. Yeah. Yeah. So I have four brothers and sisters the full Nigerian that were born there. I have a Simone brother in Indonesian, brother. So he's any national lover knighted nations. And apparently, according to my brothers. I just saw them a few weeks ago that was saying that might have two other siblings. What we do not. I think you should start a music group with your brothers. Fabulous. Now. Do you love joy in culture? Do your Keenan. I do I mean, it's home. But it's a it's I I there's a lot of things that are similar to American things are different. But it took me moving over here to realize now, how do you eat you vegemite? I like to put butter on the toast. I lightly. That's the way to do it. That's the way to do it burnt to on. I like it burnt because the thing is what happens is we Americans go over there and go, oh, we spread it like peanut butter. No, no, no. You gotta do it thinly. And you know, what it tastes like sauteed mushrooms when you do rare. No, no. If you do it right with the butter is key taste like sauteed, mushrooms. It's delicious. Yeah. Very good. You like it marriage Australian from Perth Australia. So he's got I've personality. Yeah. I've in skunk st-. I mean, -sconsin Australian culture, I've just known all my life. Just most of my life Austrailia, so Geelong go back there..
"perth australia" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Twenty two hundred twenty two. Owes a w twenty two exclamation points. Goes. I and then he wrote back ex freaking exhausted. Takes a lot out of you. Yeah. And that was that was the longest one Ryan intense from beginning to end, right. So now, there's been a very public battle over this. Is that correct? Yes. So there's some back and forth, especially one Twitter user in particular going after saying that channel seven is better with their skycam. Now and Stu fires back. Hey, hey, hey, anyone can buy tech didn't lose it. Even with the fantasy map it. Oh, what did the crash look like how about the suspect? Take down. Oh, oh, that's right. You just know the street name talent versus tech. The battle continues laughing crying emoji. The Twitter users says I'll let Mark Brown respond juvenile. Great great. That really is sensational. Yeah. So we're we're friends with with everybody. All right. So I will ask though, I'm I'm trying to find that video that we talked about during the break. And I'm thinking about just reaching out to Mark Brown and seeing if he can send it our way. Okay. Martin they've got some raw raw footage of it. Mark Brown last night on channel seven news. At the end of the broadcast was laughing his ass off at something. Michelle choosy said, right? Yes. I'm gonna play it for you here, and it went on longer than they have the video up on their website. I have it at home because I I I record all three or four eleven o'clock newscasts for the show. I just I watch all of them you geek out. I zip through the commercials because they're all recorded so watch to I'll watch four watch five watched eleven mall nine enjoy them. All so this is the end of the broadcast last night on channel seven I a BBC channel seven Mark Brown. And I believe it was Michelle Tuesday. Right. Yes. Okay. All right, everybody say Hello to knickers. This humongous bowl. Steam, making news around the world, and you guessed it because of his enormous size. The Australian Australian rancher who raised knickers said he was having a hard time selling the big steer because beef processors said knickers was too big to fit through the modern meat processing. Rogers says knickers will live out his life on the farm, just south of Perth Australia. We're all the other cows look up to I'm told, you know, by Dallas Kirk that cow tipping is a thing. And that is not likely to happen to this. Now tipping knickers that is not going to happen. And then he lost it. He fell off his chair when she said that at the end, and then it went on for a while. And he and he was he couldn't get it together. He couldn't hold it together. It was it was great. And that is not likely to happen to this. Now tipping knickers that is not going.
"perth australia" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"Like, my brother room. Another mother guys have a lot in comm-. How'd you lose a day work because my heart attack? Right. Wait. You asked for a day off to see the show. And then we didn't do the show. I thought you fucking asked for Kevin Smith out of heart attack. I need a day off. Now, he took today off to go see Hollywood Babylon, and then the showed it and happen, and he was stuck with a day off. I'm so sorry to hear that, sir. What a what a nightmare must have been for you to have a day off where he didn't go into work. Life where you had nothing to do after Hollywood Babylon got cancelled like fuck it. I just I gotta stay off. Now. I don't know. That used to be in there at arby's. Putting the horsey sauce on. Got my shift covered. Now. What do I do? You know work at arby's. We don't have what you have an arby's. I've seen the future. I'm coming back here and opening up an arby's. I can't believe I heard it through completely different filter. And filters much Wieder. Like, my wife didn't even take a day off. Thank you. She didn't. Because she has all the days. It's true. All right. Let's start things off with Andrew and Troy from Perth Australia. That's Austrailia for you. Right there. Perth?.
"perth australia" Discussed on Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley
"I board a plane to perth australia to begin my new adventure when i arrived i was escort to a dorm room as a temporary place to live and tell i found an apartment when i woke up that first morning i freaked out my mental state was less than stable my thoughts varied from straight up panic to depression and every emotion between they would go as follows what are you doing you were thirty one years old with no job living in a foreign country or this is pathetic you don't belong phd program or a few choice ford's leading up to i'm not smart enough you get the idea declare my head i decided to lay out my sneakers and go for run i had music blaring in my ears to drown out my thoughts as i headed down sterling highway at six in the morning towards cottesloe beach uw allies next to this one river in at the bottom of slight hill so i was running up the hill i was confused tired feeling negative about everything out of breath and getting ready to turn around and head back to my dorm room and sulk but when i got to the top of the hill what i saw changed my life i'm not using hyperbole here for the sake of drama it literally changed everything i took a deep breath and began slow down to a walk i looked up the sky was deep blue the day was chris but comfortable and the smell the ocean engulfed my senses my eyes locked onto the vast blue of the indian ocean and the green of the trees on the coast and breeze brush across my face i was about two and a half miles from the beach but i began to run towards it and with every step that took me near to the beach mining zaidi depression in doubt began to leave my body the weight of the world felt like it was being taken off of my shoulders put on the ground and left to rot on its own in that moment my resilience and flexibility increased more importantly that moment allowed me to embrace a new challenge in the face of the unknown.
"perth australia" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"So i i can't wait it's all going down here within the next six weeks or so yeah ona in perth australia think it's ufc to 21 uh february eleven perth australia enough for in phnom adelaide melbourne and my main sponsor engaged based in perth so everything just kinda lined up properly and it will just set up like the stars were aligned to get this done before the thing is is he's calm is a cucumber just signed the contract he's eleven onoh in own buddies kinda like just watch watches in offers rodeo and and it's funny because he sat down you know we start talking to him by startalk norman after you know what he sounds like a young john jones savouring obvious asia that it alone at odds with in light up looking at your body structure you design your kickboxer when i first saw john i think it was ufc ninety four g s p verses bjp into any force that from boehner and i was watching their men seen the way you wrestled in oslo at all because you know stay body type in france and i i mean i've looked at ibm he's been in this racean coming up but i'm not trying to be anyone knows i'm just wanna do me you don't do but um yeah i'm going to just keep the same energy you know do it up always don't do the same thing but just in a different gauge necet athletic at the point because you've had 74 eighty fights were almost a vice oviedo you bring that experience should to the ufc and emma talent is a big game the heart of the game right are you keep that same one or does yeah obviously ever changers at the sage easy that moment and a bad brought you up with now while for me coming up i was never like this contrary to popular belief i was like a run back in high school back as a kid and bullied you'll be like the new kid unusual like one of the only few black kids in iceland had defend myself so especially after new zealand exactly a year ago got these big modi's in his island is you know a l fog around but on yeah so i.
"perth australia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The fourth quarter in the right come media kill your ball with pride edward than trevor manage once again you're jumper minority spotter smiling after hearing that war with the city sobbed as we get set for the start of the fourth quarter middle fantasy leaving arkansas state 28 seventeen brad biggest takeaway goes far what a great job the middle tennessee defense as done arkansas state at several points his looked like it had a great opportunity to kind of see his bowmen amid each time middle tennessee just fighting them off nepa them out of the end zone just enough to protect the sleep norman started fourth literally fourth in fourteen for arkansas state from middle tennessee 34 yard lie at so cody grace odd hands or the plugs ann arbor time arkansas state with the fake pride grace now real pass trump week here is a black however what chris worry a throwback with the arkansas state that is one of the gutters of the poor right side at the guys wakayama fake that he's running down to cover the putt so they got hands all over it that's what of the way she could draw a passenger fares pelley out of fake putt like that now the defector has to be a position to see that it's pass while he was we talked about the line scrimmage being into 34 what he did you go it apart and i i think middle tennessee fell for it that they number 7 b yeah so as as speckles defensive passer variance firstdown arkansas state but it it could set up perfectly for a punter who has done such a great job pending teams back all year long and middle tennessee not prepared for that make voted graceless sophomore out of perth australia was the day ray guy award semifinalist the firstever it programme history and that might be the spark the but they declined the penalty because the ball is actually caught they rule to the completion that gave of more yards doubt of thirteen jargon go first it's had eight to strive for hanson or the offense out of a god had sent look you've got a slant route at edwards able to come up with it all the terribly we're going to rule though it incomplete pass as darius harris the outside lybacka with some great pressure on edwards who was low to get off before the red weeks if.
"perth australia" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In the spanish government area and they pledged to stop a poll that was declared illegal by the country's constitutional court seven hundred sixty one people there injured while about four thousand homes in perth australia easter facing up to two weeks without landline telephones or internet service after vandals damaged a cable feeding the area now i was wondering what happens if that happens here let's check in with lauren weinstein the expert on the internet gosh people would go crazy with just being down for a day lauren yeah i made it it we're at the point now where uh not having internet service in 2017 would be like not having telephone service and nineteen coventy great i mean so much of what we do now even our phone service in many cases is coming in over the internet so you lose your internet server an and you'll lose your phone server we're not talking about the ability to post up facebook we're talking about the ability to to call 911 right cutrate though this is really important and and it's not just a matter of landline in an emergency as we've seen in in the prayer rico and other places now it cellular that can go down the first uh system tend to be a weekly defined in terms of of power backups sometimes or backup will go out in just a few hours at a factory so you were companies have kind of fought tooth and nail against any regulation that that would make them provide more reliable system so let's go down your your cell phone stopped working that that funny internet now coup in a lot of cases uh it will have wide line honey more they may do veteran emergency but they can go down to and uh you know it's the old you put all the chickens in in in one place right you've all yanks in one basket and you lose that technology and you're just sitting there twiddling your thumb big that somehow it will come back you gutted lauren thank you so much o j simpson has been freed from the battle prison after nine years just as he alluded tacklers during his nfl days he also avoided most of the media tmz was able to catch up with him somewhere look like it was at a gas station he was in the back of a suv since.
"perth australia" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"perth australia" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"perth australia" Discussed on WTVN
"Deal it's just that simple and only in australia a man on a qantas flight from melbourne to perth australia decided to check and unconventional but totally necessary item knows his luggage a single can of emu export the passenger who wishes to remain anonymous checked a single can of beer through baggage claim much to the surprise of the airport staff we hatched a plan as a laugh i have didn't expect to come out the other end you said but the tiny can was loaded with the other baggage miraculously made it to the baggageclaim conveyor belt in peru both it was sent out well in front of all the other luggage so the baggagehandlers obviously appreciated at he said and peter ellis who works the site of flight mood told the daily mail at sending the australian beer is pretty common export being a check in as luggage is not uncommon uh so i wasn't even surprised but the he made just jet one can't and it made it through at wildwood mayor viewer baggagehandler unused all one can of beer you would take a special interest in making lutely made it through the somebody looking for jobs that one game does that one we can't screw this up as other thing breakable thing over here we can bash that to hell in a box were were an at cana emu export through the see the and end we got traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the tens powered by tempstar heating and cooling products yannick the trip around the east side remains heavy john in in just about all directions especially getting out there but a reminder we're getting word that livingston avenue has been reopened after an earlier police association they're over by the park now livingston avenue will leave it tied up main street already heavy so our hamilton and country club in la and looks like no bixby as folks were trying to get around that and stand avoid livingston so planet some extratime getting into an through whitehall 71 still a little bit heavy trying to go north of six seventy at an accident scene reported on on no off north broadway in olatunji shooting right off a three fifteen eu msf been on scene earlier traffic brought to you by.