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Amid coronavirus news, LAX passenger taken to hospital for screening

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

01:01 min | 7 months ago

Amid coronavirus news, LAX passenger taken to hospital for screening

"The health warning from the CDC in connection with the deadly coronavirus has now been raised to level three all that means passengers are warned to stay clear of travel to Wuhan China a passenger who letter did LA X. last night has been hospitalized for precautionary medical evaluation amid increased concerns over the deadly coronavirus that passenger flew in at six forty five on American Airlines flight this one from Mexico City officials say the passenger had flu like symptoms and may have contracted the virus but they could not confirm that it was corona virus the corona viruses killed at least eighteen people in China this passenger at LAX this morning tells KNX the alert over the virus did get her attention I'm concerned that I'm I'm scared scared I I think think I'll I'll be be OK OK another another pastor pastor tells tells us us he he has has a a twelve twelve hour hour layover layover in in Hong Hong Kong Kong on on his his way way to to the the Philippines Philippines my my my my wife wife I was telling me a but to get the by a masked guy would you get a whole lot more would leave LA and a number of travelers of the airport all are wearing masks

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on Recently Added

Recently Added

03:10 min | 8 months ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on Recently Added

"Describe yourself help. Yeah I know but I have to do it so vampires really aren't my thing. I know there's a lot of people staying and I don't see a reason not to watch this if if what I said to you because it's a pretty fun version of it honestly honestly what. You did say appeals to me. Yeah but we're probably going to watch like seven or eight new things next week announce there's no way but I'm still on like custodes. Seven of scams just finish. Finish Beau Jack and I finished. Oh Wow Ultimate remember how I almost finish trinkets you. I'm an episode away been an episode away for years Dead Kids Oh brick Philippines Philippines dead kids if this title make you WanNa see it then. Maybe this is terrible tunnel film. The poor kids kidnapped the rich kids and then things go from bad to worse. Yeah trash making. They can cinema. I'm sorry they don't have the resource. They don't have it not good the first temptation of Christ. This is from a youtube channel. Yeah you mentioned that here and sequel to the last hangover. That was another one. That was us. Jesus shows up to his thirtieth birthday with boyfriend until the movie makes a mockery of Catholicism. This isn't minutes from Brazilian Youtube Channel. It's really need to know. Yeah it's like a it sounds okay. It's not everyone's Hammy. It's a sketch group doing doing a movie and I bet it's really brave that they're doing it to in Brazil so brave. I'm sure I bet. They like. They made a movie of their life. They'd be like nervous a lot of parts. Yeah I on. Are we going to get taken away taken away. so that's really silly It's weird that it's their honestly then road to love. I may have actually watched like half. A second is the worst one week. Robbing Community people. Who are into racing? Summarize yeah that's that's why I needed to know what that could mean and then I watched every wanted is like INA competition to see who could overact the most yes. It's so stupid I hate it. I hate it after an argument with her dad. A young woman from a family of Macho truckdrivers is kicked out of the home and must make unsuccess- trash it's I don't know how anyone I'm sure there are people who really are into this trash crash but I could never be calm. Was Tiffany Haddish. Atwood Astronomy Club had a show. Come out watch them all. They're all our I watch everything. Yes support our friends and only do it. Okay that's the show also December eleventh on Hulu. What Sherman Showcase in Sherman Showcase Ganda Hulu Baby Watson congrats? All right. Yes thank you good night. Good night in a shares up for critics choice award for sure. He's in a marriage story. Merit story planned the director. Yeah you see a guy trust and scarves. That's Kashir Salah Houdini. Thanks the firm for critics choice. Good Night Washerman showcase good night.

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

09:06 min | 11 months ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Thou City Hall and by the Deva Mayor has denied sometimes that he's the father of the death squad. Sometimes he jokes that he's with a death squad but it's generally believed in Davos interested a country that he had something to do the death-squad he's just kills the criminals. He kills criminals. Yes I killed about three of them because they were really know how how many bullets from a gun went throw inside. They're buddies but it it had been an essay or not lie about it into win exactly does he become. President Twenty sixteen esteemed exactly thirty years after the fall of Marcus at a time when Filipinos were getting tired of democratic politics the Philippines Philippines woke up to a vastly different political landscape this morning after the all but certain victory of a brash outspoken mayor in the presidential election politics was corrupt the same families that had ruled the country for many years where remained in power and in fact more deeply entrenched in power and so the country was very for a populist disruption. Mr Turtle was viewed as a wildcard candidate who would best bring some color into into the poll but his pledge to kill criminals and to end crime and corruption had nationwide appeal or I will kill you in New York's. He sort of ran or other insurgent campaign. He didn't have much money at this Dr. He hit a sort of dark charisma. He cursed a lot. He he threatened a lot. He's language was often violent and crass and that resonated among a lot of Filipinos because he seemed seemed authentic and he exuded sort of hyper masculine authority a little bit like Ladimir Putin. You would be photographed craft in his check shirts in aviator sunglasses. He had photos of himself. You know slinging guns he would be in target practice and and he would tell stories about shooting people including how he shot a classmate during his senior year of law school because that classmate made fun of his his provincial accent. Yikes yes and he started that story with. I am used to shooting people and you can consider that as a joke or or a fact or a threat but it was very effective. What does he done as president other than have this drug war. He don't his main constituency instituion. See are the aspiring middle class in the Philippines. These are the families of overseas workers call center workers who worked late at night and so also worry about their safety and they aspire to a better life and so do dare has appealed to them because he talks about things that they like. You know saved you. In the streets traffic better urban amenities and detainees mayor. That's the stuffy nose and so he says I will fix the traffic. I will make you safer on the streets. I will give you better quality of life like you know he's given free. Wifi in public places places his given Free College Education in State funded schools and colleges and universities so that has played well now how popular izzy eighty percent popularity according to the latest survey more talk about his brash attitude is smashed. Glenn Persona and it's easy to compare him to people like trump or Putin but you talk about free college and Free Wifi Eddie sounds sounds like a different kind of guy. Is he a populist leader who actually delivers I mean he hasn't delivered all of his promises but his delivered some it was the same thing that headed in Davao. You know he cleaned up the streets. He provided infrastructure. He did very successful nine one one emergency Z. Line thing he even provided shelters for abused women. I would say he snack withholding paycheck like I will take care of you if you obey the rules if you don't smoke in public if you obey the traffic lights if you behave or if you don't follow is rules what if you speak up well the count is that one thousand four hundred petty criminals. Workload Endeavour during his mayoralty the military certainly has gone after communists who now become critical of his this rule number of human rights lawyers priests have been gunned down by masked assailants so it's not clear killed them but it's clear that they we did speak out against the president and Filipino stole like him. You have to understand how broken the country has become even policemen. He's been field is they say that we jail a drug dealer. The drug dealer calls up his politician friends and then have to set him free. Something drastic has to be done on and that is a popular perception people feel that extreme measures you know they support the kind of bridge alanna justice that dirty represents because has the justice system is so broken so we should also understand did from the other point of view is that this is a broken society society and there is this man who says I will take care of it and it will. This is the price that we will have to pay and people think well. Let's give it a try. Try and see whether it works and the eighty percent of Filipinos who support detailed to do they know about all these killings today himself off has said that when he becomes president the fish in Manila Bay will grow fat with the carcass of criminals so they know for us as long as the drug pushers interstates in my country photo as long as the doors this camping scene on the unto all of them are killing photographs of the dead are on the news there've been accounts there but most billy bean us. Would I think rather look away just as they she did. Individual it would be better guild drug suspects or bracing story generally involved with drugs rather than seeing civilians. Our innocent eat fall. I'm getting guilt. He's part of a global populist moment. I must say in in the Philippines. There is an uttering or demonizing of drug drug dealers in other countries. It's migrants whether they're legal or not and people have looked away just if they have done here when migrant children are separated from their parents they put their hands to their ears so that they will not have to listen to the cries of the children children that have lost their parents because of this immigration policy so we've seen it elsewhere do you. I think he's changing. The Philippines are changing the nature of Filipino democracy. I'm worried about institutions such as the police where where abuses of the kind that we've seen in the drug war have become routine and go unpunished. I'm worried about his hold on on the justice system. He will have the majority in the Supreme Court. I'm worried about Congress whose independence has really been damaged. There is no the election in the Philippines. He will be out of office in three years so it's really more the integrity and further deterioration of our institutions institutions. I'm worried about. I don't know how permanent whether this kind of vigilantism will survive in the long run. I hope we will learn our lesson from this and part of the reason why we are documenting. All of these killings is to say you know. The safety has caused three surprise. We have to come to terms with this. We cannot just bury all of these deaths and forget about them. At some point we would have to account for them in a knowledge them and I think that time will come and Sheila Coronel Coronell teaches at Columbia School of journalism. The piece she wrote about this story is called the uncounted dead of details drug war. You can find it over over at the Atlantic..

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles

Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles

13:31 min | 11 months ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles

"I'm excited to be here. My friend super excited so why it's my first podcast virgin at this okay along the thank you for that great introduction. Actually my name is June short for June. You're without the E. or get my parents could not afford it and and my last name is penny on obviously family of nuts our guest again. Yes yes so YELM thrilled to be here awesome awesome so we're okay so then where are you from. Originally I was born in race. We'll actually I was assembled. In Hong Kong. Okay okay parents went on a honeymoon. Oga Okay and I was built in Manila from Manila Philippines actually so hello to all my cup of bion there you go. We got a lot of Filipinos out here in the bay area absolutely yeah. There's a lot more Filipino out here than it is in Manila. Everybody take their city all right so you. How long did you live in the the Philippines Philippines. I was there till about fifteen. Okay okay okay so that was really nice. That's enough. I mean that's a perfect age. move onto another culture another country so I feel blessed being able to learn what it's like to be Filipino uh-huh and also young enough to adjust that a way of life and being in America for sure sure for sure you just get the best world pervert move here strikes from yes. My parents send us here and actually I got sick. I almost died in. You know my parents do you. WanNa go on vacation in the states in just to recoup and so happened that my father lived here for a short time and he say he's actually a well-known comedian back in the Philippines during the day and known as T. U. G. A. K. or not make sense to you but a lot of old timers or you know you know a longtime comedian back in the Philippines his people like Dole fee and all of those punchy though so a a lot of older folks will remember cool and he is actually from Ponca which is a province in the Philippines or toll oh my cup on Pong on friends out there and then my mom is from new web which is like straight out the gall yeah sorry about that or is Z. Man You know right but anyway so so yeah I was. I was sick and they sent me here and then my dad went to school called Rudolph Schaeffer design okay and they're not existing anymore but he asked me and my brother. If we wanted to go to art school inherent us at you crazy yeah yeah so I actually did all my transcript and everything and this is back in nineteen eighty right all right now really young teenager uh-huh back then now. I'm older teenager happy and actually so ever since then you know we decided to stay here. Okay cool so then. What as far as childhood did you ever have? Any entrepreneurial type of instincts thinks that just came out naturally. You're like you know what I want all my business. That's a really good question. I guess I credit my parents. 'cause I was growing up. although my dad that was a comedian back then and then he was having A. I was young enough to like witnesses struggling years he was able to recoup to be an artist a a painter okay and we have like seven six or seven art galleries back in the Philippines so this is when I was getting older which is like older would be like nine ten eleven or so I know enough and then I get to see what it's like to have your own business guested of so that influence me absolutely hand just because you know I just just I find it really nice when we have a customer especially back in those days we get a lot of tourists back in the Philippines and so I know there's tourists and can you know if there's a Japanese tourists add like to see what it's like to say hello to downs Ohio Saimaa one-year Young Kid. They see you know your Filipino. You speak their language. It's like really nice. It's like welcoming and so I got you know when their Russian Dobri ultra or Dober- dean whatever so I learned to like adjusted adjusting just because I find it really nice when I make people smile cooled right makes makes it makes me happy knowing I'm here. I'm young but hey I made they just smile on by some stuff so that's add so and then I learned like how my dad handled you will in dealing with client cool like making him feel important. Even though I was young he gave me the you know the backstage stage of things where this is how you talk to people you make them feel important and then also really understand what they need so that they're not walking out of here too just like yeah. I got their money but it's really something that you create a relationship with the speedboat knowing that you really hone in so you know. I guess you know I'm applying all of those back then. It didn't mean much but yeah but you're getting the CFPB plant a seed. Yes exactly all right. The Dow was talk big inspiration at the gas unless you know he was a comedian so when we go to a public restaurants and whatnot everybody said hello to him and I thought that was the normal. I'm old thing because you obviously sick say okay. Everybody knows everybody wants a big deal for me. I mean it wasn't a big deal for me yeah because you're me like. Oh Yeah wow interesting like you know the feel data and I don't WanNa get I was embarrassed at first but you know torture later on is just because of background uh-huh like a if I walked into someone's in a restaurant. I like to see what they're eating. I'll use me. I don't get embarrassed embarrass. Are there's a way to ask it with. Dominating people are sure are shown how to do that all right yeah. I'm still learning always learning. We're always saw so then as far as before. We can get down to your your business. As far as you're the flower the flower life. Did you have any interesting jobs or or even talk about the transition of how you got into the when I graduated. I was able to get a job at a furniture. Skull furniture store cold Brunner's Agca Archie dating myself when I was young teenager older millennial actually go so I work in their department flower Lower Department because you know it's like this will transition metoo interior interior design a home because that's that's what actually was trying to target yeah designed but then the GEOM- this realized like you're too young to sell anything. That's an interior design also so he goes. Hey you know I seen that. You were an art school. D Do flowers by any chance just because I wanted to Leonard Jameson sure not yeah. I do it yeah so he said Said Okay. We'll have an interview we we have a guy from corporate will interviewing people next week if you're interested come on down so. I said sure I said man. This could be my first real job because I already graduated. I don't WanNa pick up more golf balls and then ask sure now by came back in it was like an frigging psychiatric room waiting for other patient inch so it's like you know there's like must have been like five other ladies. I'm the only young guy in Agra and so we got the interview and then it's Mike turn and then the guy was really excited because I was young seems like I'm very enthusiastic so he asked me like okay. We're doing a interview so we we just WanNa prequalify everyone. We're GONNA set up. Thanks tomorrow. We're going to have more people for your second wave of interview and so he can bring your portfolio will be nice to you. See what you've done in the past and then these are all silk flowers okay so I have no clue whatever but you know I did a little bit of the eking out like maybe a couple of classes. Kacem on was on a maternity leave. When I was in school says okay. Thanks sure so Outta dentist portfolio. What am I gonNA get air folio Elia so luckily I have a close friend back in the days where he likes camera and he likes to shoot and then there was a new houses housing development being built so so I said Hey can you come with me. There would just WANNA take. Some pictures in the interior like these are like all of these like it's actually. I don't like to do it now like faking it till Julia make it the worst thing that you know but back in the days. I know that I can do this and I was just so naive. I didn't know what I was getting into. I was just just focusing on trying to lend a job and so I said you know so we did. We took out some pictures in the alking Yukimi ahead. You know like an action shot where bullying stem popping it back in so so we did that until luckily we came back and following the I got my portfolio was cosmetic one thing and then the guy you know luckily to make the story short. I landed the job and then the guy pulled me. You said you know I know. This is not yet were. They looks like a model I said. How do you know you a psychic and then beyond but it's just your enthusiasm? Yes and I know you're GonNa just being able to. I think you're GONNA do well. Would this but we'll see. I said if you're interested. I'll give you a shot and said yeah. I WANNA try it. I was nervous. Try it but because you know it's just like so. I didn't know this is what's happening. Is that as soon as you walk in. We have this beautiful so far behind me and you can bring in. They have a big sinuses bringing your own boss or vase boss. If you want to charge more money I guess and our expert designer will do it in front of you. Will you gotta be kidding. Designed arrested designer will be like Oh my God. I'm here for the free in free lunch. You know what I'm saying so out of that. I just made more books books. Luckily I have nice aesthetics so that's when I do the simplification of things where you just do lucite chips you u-curve the thing on the ball back in the days. Those were like hot okay so it gives you more confidence but then I just tell myself like man you can fake is for the first I fifteen minutes after that. You better know what the hell you're talking about so I felt study and I just really wanted this to happen. I said nobody no and then in my had. My Dad told me like when everyone started something. They never knew what will have to do it. In the beginning so you'll learn as you go but you gotta be self away her the the you can do it like you know your capability and you know he just like really embedded on in my head that yeah whatever it is. I put my mind to it. I can do it so and then you know out of doing that. When we have customer side create a lot of friends ah luckily enough I can talk to them. What's your house. You know just incident meet talking the one I'm doing with you now. I let him talk yeah. Tell your new home because I know they're excited about their home. How many bedrooms how did you pick the colors so in this case you know I didn't know what I was doing. Is that really trying to make connection with people yeah and so beat before you know they bring in. They bring another boss in Omar Guest Room on what this big beautiful things and then I said all right so that's how it started but I know that I'll be an interior designer right yeah okay so I did that for for about a year or so. We have a couple of ladies coming in and Luckily Therefrom Adachi Flower shop and they happen to be a Japanese family that is a rose grower out of El Cerrito or so just because I guess you know my personality my looks. I don't know which one attracted them to me. I would like to thank my look more my personality. They said you WANNA try fresh flowers. We might be you know if you're because I told them like. This is really great. I wanted to be interior designer but they asked me if I worked with fresh flowers so cool. I never have except for that do session. Shen when I was in school and they said Okay just give it a shot again so I was ending my thing because you know it's like a job that is nice nice but after a while you know you wanna move on down you don't want to limit yourself up ceiling you know smoking cigarette in the parking lot on a break and then go back to work for for light before you know it's twenty five years got right says it all right so I said I said thank you to. My people like thank you for the opportunity. a moving onto this fresh fresh flowers so that's how I made the transition but didn't hire me as a designer they hired me as a delivery person are okay and you came on there and it's like. I'm a designer but I am a delivery personnel and then there's another guy that they did that a designer from another shop but the delivery person and then he was complaining about designer not a delivery guy and then I feel too much do depending on our ear. What getting paid this and then you get an opportunity anti to learn another side of the business?.

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

"That's going to face your fears. It's similar to the D._J.. Nine up there. He's GONNA learn how to be matched. True Live live. I just thought it was so you get over your fear. You Hop right in there and you face that shark hilarious like just right before you go in after I say there's a shock on pitcher fight of shacks sh- damn bro Balls on this full so then so <hes> they were like they explained the guy was probably a nurse shark. They're asking me the shape and then they're like yeah there. Are there are tiger tiger and bull sharks but <hes> dude who said he was petrified. Petrified Peter said <hes> he hasn't seen a bull or a tiger shark in the year and a half that he's been out here so he's like so I'd be surprised if it was one so it wasn't and <hes> but you know it's it's creepy is a nurse Shark and I think a tiger shark like from the side. You could mistake them so like that's what kind of freaked me out a little bit as I was like I was looking at pictures and I'm like just from the angle and like the water. I don't really know what I saw <hes> so then I started tripping. I'm like everybody just out there like E._S._p._N.. Ishak it's an Ishak no problem and then everyone's like come running out like guys and the mall fucking fucking boat I mean that was the craziest thing we saw. We saw them again and as soon as someone was like Oh there it is again there. It is again everyone Buchan jumps in the water and grabs the bobs and starts like snorkeling with this thing going going down deep and going right beside one of the dudes touched it yeah yeah yeah you fuck in 'cause you can yeah nurse. Sharks don't have teeth. They just suckle <hes> which I mean is is is just as scary imagine a nurse Shark. Suck in your girls Teddy. Well yeah imagine or even latching onto your to your breath and just sh- and you're like underwater and he just goes up to just started looking. Oh He's like calm down a different kind of shark attack. This shocked sucking uh-huh down. He's swimming in reverse. The sharks female hold on baby. You Ain't never seen no shark like me before. Oh Oh don't rescue me dog. This is crazy so bad you always know is pants or what what that's why all the guys jumped in yeah 'cause then I come back on the bottom like shark attack what happened she gave me to the to thin the two sloppy. Exactly the jar comes around all the husbands go running out. We got to see the shark gotTA. Suchard beautiful creatures beautiful creatures so peaceful. Why are you all taking off your swim trunks 'cause you? <hes> fits better when you're naked. They don't attack you when you're naked putting on a condom in the in the water right there anyway yeah so that's so we but it's attack it turned out that the shark was a male nurse Shark and he sucked Lena City so we all go in the water and jump his ass because that's not cool yeah. That's not cool. We gotta jump him. beat the boy up. This has been a wild experience the whole boat. I've never been to the Bahamas before. It's a stunning place. It really is it's crazy crazy cool. I don't even know you know like those places where you see people <hes> like on instagram and shit like that and you're like. I don't even know how you get there yeah. I don't even you know looking at in the Philippines Philippines on one of those huts in the water..

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Warnings delivered by emergency teams continue to party, though, some kind of hippie peace and free, love party. You know, throw that, you know, like, yeah, we, we, we this storm is not going to touch us. We're just smoke. Some weed, listen to the doors bridge gonna let us Mary, Jane. You know, just fucking chill man. It'll be cool. Well there, there are misplaced confidence proved to be tragically misplaced when a twenty four foot waves slammed into the apartment building. They were in destroyed the building subject to the partygoers to gale force winds, violent ocean, surges and nearly all of them died. The lesson here is, of course, don't listen to the doors, there's lot, there's a lot better bands when late sixties. Now's move on to crime. Sometimes crime pace. Other times it kills we're going to focus on that. Kind of, we're starting to Philippines Philippines are a little easier to laugh at because they are trying to do something criminal, the first criminal one, his Darwin award, a may twenty fifth two thousand when he tried to pull a db pooper-scooper men name Augusta board of the Philippine air flight to Manila. Donna ski mask and swim goggles. Pulled out a gun and a grenade announce he was hijacking the plane. He demanded the plane return to devise a DeVos city, but the pilots convince into the aircraft was low on fuel. They continued on toward Manila Manila, Agusto undaunted, rob. The passengers of about twenty five thousand dollars or the pilots, lower the plane to sixty five hundred feet. The straps on a homemade parachute and forced to flight attendants to open the doors and depressurize the plane. And then he you know, I'm sure it was intending to jump, but the wind was so strong that he had trouble getting out of the plane. Finally, one of the flight attendants helpfully pushed him out the door, just as that son of a bitch tried to throw the fucking grenade back behind him blow up the plane pulled out the pin in a best case scenario situation followed grenade did not go off anywhere near the plane. And of course, his homemade parachute, did not open, which I knew was going to happen when I read homemade parachute, a homemade parachute is the best of parachute. Not open. He fell to the earth and died. Yeah. Just fucking very dumb plan if you can try jump out of a plane, maybe by parachute from a place that's gonna make him parachutes now, we had to Russia. What's his bid deal this in Russia? Like so the pop with America. No one care, drink it or something, listen, something like that. She could deal with the wrassling that analogy late one Russian night. In two thousand seven a comrade named Edward entered the apartment of a thirty year old handicapped man who slept peacefully Edward proceeded to rob Edwards prepared to leave when suddenly the man woke up in the and then the guy said I couldn't believe my eyes, the dog shape of some goon was standing next to nightstand. This is the, the burglary Vic victim calling this, I car out, and he attacked me. I was defenseless with fish. I had no choice. I hit them between legs with my crutch and he leap out the window. Thank god. I live on first Lord. He did not die from fall. I didn't understand it. I had fallen out of his pants when I looked closer. I realized that it was testicle a man's testicle. I put it in cold water and rushed to phone, then handicapped, man Dowd emergency services several times, but the doctors kept hanging up on him when he would tell them that he ripped a burglar's balls off half an hour later. The blood covered thief was founded by passer-by, who called the police, the unconscious man was lying on the sidewalks at the police investigator. When the medics revived him allegedly he started screaming his. Directly lee. Give me back. My balls Edwards generals were so traumatized. Doctors had amputee the entire scrotum, so both balls or lost to prevent gangrene he lived, but he will not create anymore burglars. And wow, what a nice hit with that. Crutch, by the way. And that was a hell of a shot. Now, let's move on away from genitals and move to painting your face which you're not supposed to do with certain kinds of paint in South Carolina in two thousand nine to disguise men entered a sprint store on sparkle, Barry Lane pulled out gun still Wallace person credit cards for employees before ordering them into a bathroom both men fled seemingly got away..

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Really? We're going to dive into this whole traffic jam on Mount Everest thing in a while because that's this is crazy. People are dying because you can't get up and down fast. Enough are you saying they need to have a DUI checkpoints up there to know the HOV lanes. I don't know what I mean. This is this is nuts. Why don't. At this stage of the game wise, anybody even climbing Everest like people done it. I would be more interested in diving like the Mariana trench. But, but not, not, not in the submersible like actually just going thirty eight thousand feet down. Just timing to a strong drop. It goes. I- gyms in alcohol. Jim. Are you attempting to participate in the five and five or do you have to take on something else? I want to participate and fight. Give me a question. I okay, you ready? Okay. Here's your question. This is a good question for you. The Philippines, you know about this do Tate ordered the garbage sent back to Canada. Remember the Canadians sent the garbage. Closely. Okay, good. Good. This is perfect. So they're sending it back. They're sending it back to, to, to Canada. If this thing escalates who are you rooting for in a fight the Philippines or Canada? Well, obviously a Canadians are the closest thing to a democratic power to work. They all garden. We can know in no way, shape or form, terrier or dictator. Can we be perceived as helping or supporting any totalitarian rule unless they have a lot of oil, hold on to interrupt you there because hold on a second? Hold on technically do territories, the aggrieved party, because he's minding his business, the Canadians, get all culturally imperialistic and ship their garbage to the Philippines. Philippines needs their garbage, you know. So technically the Philippines of the aggrieved party here, you know, I kinda I'm thinking, I'm with the Philippines on this one. Yeah. But I mean the way he handled it the way he's reaction here. Are you anywhere he handled it isn't isn't quite as diplomatic as the Canadian the Canadian democracy? Maybe. So if the Philippines Philippines did like air strikes on Vancouver. Would you want the US to get involved and protect the Canadians? The US would be involved. You know, why NATO all of our movies are still Donald? That's very good. A very good point. So that's a very he raises. A very good point. I was watching tool. See gathered last night, talking to Tucker Carlson on the Tucker Carlson show on the Fox News channel, and she made an incredibly compelling case against going to war with Iran. She says, we cannot go to war with Iran. There's there's, there's nothing but downside on this thing, and I, I'm thinking, I'm in the Gabbard camp on this thing, which freaks me out because she's like super progressive liberal, but I do I don't wanna see short of a compelling piece of evidence and by that, I mean Al Qaeda's gonna strike us. Isis is getting ready to hit as we gotta hit something like that. I, I am not in the mood to just go traipsing into a war in Iran. When, when they haven't shot at us, we haven't really shot at them, they're getting cute in the straits of Hormuz. But all we gotta do sink a couple of there fast boats, like Reagan did once upon a time and just move on with it. I don't know that I want to go to war with Iraq. In fact, I know I don't want to go to war with the Iranians actually know giving me a bad, we're person, I'd rather go to any soft on terrorism. I'd rather go to war with cork. Get outta here. The Brentwood arrive you if you if you wanna make the case to go to war with Iran or not. I want to hear from you and I kind of think till she got going on. I may vote for her in the democratic primary here in California on account of Republicans there. No action going on there, Brentwood Erbil show him seven sixty talk, breaking news. Jim Sharpe, that's got another flight full of migrants arrived in San Diego today. How this is effecting the county's efforts to maintain a flu outbreak at the migrant shelter downtown next AM seven sixty K FM be, there are some big expensive projects that you can do to upgrade, and improve your house. There's no doubt about it. And maybe you should do those two. But this is the easiest one Newman. Replacement windows got a lot of people coming over the summer Memorial Day, mother's day barbecues all that good stuff..

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on Hi Haters

Hi Haters

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on Hi Haters

"It's gone. You want to add that second show. It was like, yeah, let's go that's sold out like less than a minute again. Right. And then the ask for third show. And I was like all right. Let's third show that shut the computer down like we broke the whole website down. So now people are running to the venue to buy tickets. Now, you see this line for me out front and their post people post, and then we added a fort show. And then the computers were still down. People were lining up that we added a fifth at it. A six out of the seventh at an eighth then the news started doing coverage about it. Like the news was like a comedian Joe coys breaking a record under computers down right now. They were doing like these special reports last comic the last person ever sell. This many tickets was a journey, and that was a nineteen map, blah, blah, blah. Yeah. It was crazy. And then by the time that came out that show already sold out. So then I added a ninth, and then added a tenth eleventh and ended up breaking Mariah Carey's record. Wow. She had twenty one thousand tickets sold sold twenty three thousand tickets. Could've went longer is just that. I already made prior commitments in the Philippines Philippines. But man, we still want to cancel. 'cause I we it like I think we're gonna hit like thirty thousand forty thousand tickets. And then now Mariah Carey is going to keep going back. She's going to have to retype it again. I know what's crazy is. I every show that I did even though I never had a deal with Netflix. I just kept telling every show at the I love you who I I swear to God, I was shoot. My my Netflix special here. I said that. But yet I didn't have a deal at Netflix. I was lying. I did have one tell you make it. Yeah. I had the first special which but this one I don't even have a second special coming out. And I was lying. I'm coming here. And I'm shooting that plays here. The crow. I put I had it all video on tape. And then and then when I landed we got this deal with Netflix. I played that I put it on Instagram that audio, but it was so funny because we put the show on sale before I even had the deal. But I didn't even tell anyone that it was network that it was Tapie. I didn't tell it was the taping. Yeah. It was it an arena. So now went for the theater to an arena. So the arena went on sale. And that sold out. We added a second arena and that sold out minutes with third force. And now we have four Rina's, and I broke my record again. So it's like thirty two thousand congratulations. That's did you ever think you'd be journeys comedian equivalent in Hawaii crazy. That's awesome. They've always said that that's a hard market. You know what I mean? They've always said that that's a hard market, and I get it. Because like I said that was my toughest market for the special. I was good for maybe nine hundred tickets. And then that's like a break. Even thing. We're not taking home anything because it costs more money the rent. You know what I mean? So yeah. So what do you extra special knowing that those people are coming out? And supporting what do you attribute to your success in Hawaii just shutting out Hawaiian shows? Do I I don't know what I think they just grabbed a hold of that special that special they embrace it, you know, one of the nicest things they said to be is this one security guard that did the whole run. Those those eleven shows. He hugged me. And he goes your hours. Sort of cried. Was your ours bra? We got you bra. We carry on our back. Brought a UK we found the bra we love that was crazy start crying. Thanks. You said after that to some your shows you had to go to the Philippians two shows. Yeah, you're Filipino. How to do that your first time doing comedy there? I went there with Russell Peters as an opener, and that was my first ever the Philippines doing stand up. And and it was fun. That was a bad time because..

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on KSRO

"You can look at what happened in the Paracel in nineteen seventy four the Paracel islands. Nineteen seventy four we had pretty much left. The South Vietnamese on their round the Chinese son opening and moved into the Paracel islands and actually fought a battle with the South Vietnamese take over the Paracel islands, and they did and the North Vietnamese sort of grudgingly acquiesced, but they never renounced their claim to the Paracel islands now the Chinese occupied. But what the Chinese did was? They were thinking many decades ahead and what they perceived wise a vacuum of power. The US was withdrawing nobody was backing up the Vietnamese at that point. So the Chinese moved down. Okay. The next step is the Philippines Philippines. Ask us to leave. Subic back. The philippines. Ask us to to leave the area, and let them defend themselves. Okay. Great. But they don't build up their own forces, and therefore the Chinese feel free to move into this. Spratly islands. There's a power vacuum. Again. The Chinese are thinking way ahead and the way we deter that is to build up our lions structure, again, we build up our allies. We make them more powerful. We show firmness. We engage with our allies. We build up our readiness. I think you are brilliant. David. I really do. I mean, you should be part of our foreign policy somewhere some administration should gobble you up. Well, now, I'm going to say something it probably some of your listeners are not gonna like. I think we should ratify the UN convention on the law of the sea. And I think a lot of your listeners are going to say it says UN in front of it. Therefore, we shouldn't be part of it. Well, the problem is that the convention on the law to see is what we are relying on the tell China they have no claim to these islands. And it's difficult for us to say, you guys are not complying with the law to see when we haven't signed the law to see right? We need to sign that. Because if we are going to enforce the law, we need to be party to the law. So I can understand their reluctance to sign some UN agreements. But I think this one would be in our interest. That's a good point. Where do you get the book tipping point tipping point is available, but any bookstore any online bookseller? It's an e book, it's a hard cover book. And it sounds like you really took some time putting this together. When can we expect the next one it takes me year to write these? So the next one will be called onslaught and it will be out next December. All right, stay with us. We're gonna come back in a moment. David. And take final phone calls here for you. As we talk about the novel, folks, tipping point, the war with China the first solve ole. And those of you who have been on hold the just hang there. We'll get to you as soon as we get right back on coast to coast AM and don't forget to like us on Facebook. And do follow us on Twitter..

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The ground actual incidents of press freedom violations that were on the rise so more journalists were arrested than we documented in prior years mostly while covering protests and remember there was a big wave of arrests in st louis covering anti fascist protests but we also have documented other just as a physical assault i we all remember when the guardian journalist was assaulted by a congressman greg gianforte on the eve of his election to us congress an election which he later one so these kinds of incidents coupled with the rhetoric coming out of the white house are really the crux of of why we downgraded the us but it certainly wasn't in a good position before the the index that we published yesterday i'm wondering with whom are we keeping company whose forty one through forty four who's forty six through forty well he notably forty is the united kingdom and that might be also surprising as it's another big democracy in the world and they have adopted investigatory powers act in the last year in twenty seventeen which really impact the ability of journalists to do their jobs and into threaten whistle blowing as well so that's another thing to keep in mind and francis also even ranked ahead of the united states on the index you know as we get to the lower portions of the index just below where the us is ranked we do have some countries from different regions in the world like for example we have italy below the united states and we rank them lower because there are multiple journalists around ten that are currently living under police protection because they face threats from the mafia doing their reporting in italy where's mexico and where's the philippines so mexico is right now at number one forty seven and they have a had a score that's worsened over the past year due to them being the second deadliest country in the world for journalists after syria at the end of the year after year reported eleven journalists being murdered that year you asked about syria was the other one correct the philippines philippines i'm sorry syria is at one seventy seven so forth from the absolute bottom it is still the deadliest country for journalists and for the philippines that is at one thirty three all right well thank you very much for.

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"He he died peacefully in nineteen fifty nine before we go to a europe again yamashita tomoyuki the tiger of malay who takes malaria who takes the surrender at singapore in nineteen forty one but he's executed for crimes against manila in nineteen forty six he was not present he was not an he his orders were not obeyed and yet mcgarth earlier and the allies sh executed they hanged him in manila that is a mix story he looks to have been used as a surrogate for all the generals who were not going to be prosecuted yeah it was a politically a difficult situation macarthur was rather vengeful because he was the one in charge of the philippines philippines was lost so he needed a scapegoat yamashita sort of wasn't obvious choice because he was nominally in charge he was the highest military officer when manila was sacked and masses women were raped people were killed tortured it was horrible japanese marine so we're at the time himself and not given any such order he was in the mountains he had no control over the situation but somebody needed to be punished especially since the politics the philippines during the war being very murky lot of the old elite had collaborated with japanese but were protected by the americans because after the war they they were very pro american a lot of the resistance in the philippines were communists rebels and so on who arrested so in order to in a way to deflect the attention from all this political maneuvering they needed a major scapegoat and mushed was it and the trial was almost certainly unjust strong dissenting opinions when it was sent to the supreme court in the united states but he was hanged the book is years zero a history of nineteen forty five and there's so many stories we can tell we do what we can in barua the author well we come i'm back the future utopianism the united nations hope progressivism new jerusalem all the good stuff nineteen fortyfive wanted to go to christmas to celebrate i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show.

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Going to be prosecuted yes it was a politically a difficult situation macarthur was rather vengeful because of course he was the one in charge of the philippines philippines was lost so he needed a scapegoat yamashita sort of wasn't opium choice because he was nominally in charge he was the highest military officer when manila was sacked and masses of women were raped people were killed tortured it was horrible japanese orene so we're at the times himself and not giving any such order he was in the mountains he had no control over the situation that somebody needed to be punished especially since the politics and the philippines during the war being very murky loaded the old elite had collaborated with japanese but were protected by the americans because after the war they were very pro american a lot of the resistance in the philippines where communists rebels who arrested so order to in a way to deflect the attention from all this political maneuvering they needed a major scapegoat and mushed was it and the trial was unjust were strong dissenting opinions when it was sent to the supreme court in the united states but he was hanged the book is years zero history of nineteen forty five and there's so many stories we can tell we do what we can in baruba the author well we come i'm back the future utopianism the united nations hope progressivism new jerusalem all the good stuff nineteen fortyfive wanted to go to christmas to celebrate i'm john.

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on WTMA

"Most notorious units in the japanese army during the war it was about biological warfare and they had a big camp in what was manchuria now northeastern china where they experimented on prisoners mostly chinese of some some russians and others by making them very sick by torturing them by operating on them with monstrosities and what happened is that the the that part of china was invaded by the soviet red army so they got hold of a of these data i the americans where frayed they were behind in researching biological warfare and so they protected she who is the head of this unit and it was back in japan they brought into the us and so thinking that they would get important data from these people in exchange for protecting them from any kind of prosecution and he died peacefully in nineteen fifty nine before we go to europe again yamashita tomoyuki the tiger of malaysia who takes malaria who takes the surrender at singapore in nineteen forty one but he's executed for the crimes against manila in nineteen forty six he was not present he was not an he his orders were not obeyed and yet mcgarth earlier and the allies sh executed and they hanged him in manila that is a mixed story he looks to have been used as a surrogate for all the generals who were not going to be prosecuted yes it was a politically a difficult situation macarthur was rather vengeful because of course he was the one in charge of the philippines philippines was lost so he needed a scapegoat yamashita sort of wasn't opium choice because he was nominally in charge he was the highest military officer win manila was sacked and masses women were raped people were killed tortured it was horrible japanese marine so we're at the time himself and not giving any such order he was in the mountains he had no control over the situation but somebody needs to be punished especially since the politics and the philippines during the war being very murky lot of the old elite had collaborated with japanese but were protected by the americans because after the war they they were very pro american a lot of the resistance in the philippines were communists rebels on who arrested so in order to in a way to deflect the attention from all this political maneuvering they needed a major scapegoat and yamashina was it and the trial was.

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Chip Franklin

01:29 min | 2 years ago

Sonic blends beef and mushrooms for more eco-friendly burger

"You are your twitter mission aimed at your twitter machine it's what's anywhere as fighter go the book twitter love twitter machine looked forward follow me on a chip brings on on your twitter machine i'd anyway i before the break sonic burgers the burt replacing twenty five percent of the meeting he mushrooms i saw her van me and another chef way they were like if you want to make a healthier option of it was either bolognese i sauce or something that requires a lot of beef and you can use a bunch of mushrooms it's still has that haft you'll feel yeah if you're putting a bunch of sauce on it anyway alerted mental omega veggie burger turkey burgers or you know they're amazing veggie burgers take some work but i've had some bitter great brothehood prime of veggie burgers they've philippine philippines royal rolling authority god earlier that's what most people that i know like the veggie burgers it's on the verge of our they've just put up big that puerta bella mushroom oh yeah totally do it if i didn't get food poisoning off mushrooms ones and all the you know what the mushrooms they are i here's what we have for him a tickets you'll see the sharks were going to play a news if you would like to win these tickets calls right now eight await o eight one o eight away oh a 10 got some would show after an and this has been a truncated version of of this mess i ate away though it's ending in ticket san jose sharks take on the gold night's march 22nd if you can go and you remember what the.

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"And then as banal belief that grows in the philippines philippines is like a thousand islands it's march an archipelago like a thousand islands and as banab a pledge their they're rich in coral show location the research out of ireland like trendy college and university corking university ball fish this stuff kloppers blood sugar it works like intially and then is cinnamon park our own government our department of agriculture shorted the ball rolling on that we have the one study by the department of agriculture it's called sin ulan chenille npf a help slow you blood sugar so if you have really elevate of blood sugar you could try to she better coach one capsule to the threetimes that they would food depending on your blood sugar level and on what drug euro 'cause you know if you're on a lotta dredging sugars on the control you don't really need this but some people they don't want to be on two or three drugs for have blood sugar they feel that's risky should i'd rather try something natural and i say we have to work with your doctor you have to monitor your blood sugar but it's been very successful and then the second one should i once three different herbs the second one is quan gluco a church gluco ajax has a couple of nutrients that the human body uses to relationship woman control blood sugar alpha lipoic acid a tiny bit of an ageing and chromium a good amount of crummy there used by the pancreas on your fat shoals on your liver to control your blood sugar but then i put in three herbs fenugreek fenugreek is used in cooking uh around the black sea and the red sea sharon shortly arabia and egypt over to pakistan israel turkey places like that joyous vinegary they use it the flavor their fluffed broach i keep the fluffed breads from going bad and then they used bitter mellon that commonly used in places like trinidad and tobago and corrado guyanan schori now in panama they used up for blood sugar and a lot of people you speak the people from trinidad tobago yeah i bitter melanin my refrigerator i'm in the last one is south east asia india bangladesh vietnam lie lay lousada sri lanka lease pushes myanmar we should call myanmar cambodia thailand malaysia singapore that's called join me michelle vestry edge.

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And there are a further proceedings so isn't that one way to make sure you're not deported alternate a new crime they ought to sedate him and flooded ethiopian and rose body out of the plane and take off yeah but days guys are rape than he sees scream and he's not going back he'd rather die while l let's let's give them the death penalty assumes like every time they're going to try to deport him he's going to fight and get more charges so is back in prison and i am deported as you gotta you gotta you're going to see eight should with a tranquiliser gun put them in a cage and drop met of the plane and the donald trump of the philippines philippines president rodrigo duterte day has made it clear that he will kill his own son if drug trafficking allegations against his son or true he said that if the police kill is emas of paolo deterred day forty two years old he will make them immune from prosecution as soon as accused of smuggling big quantities of crystal meth from china to what they call a chinese triad like a drug operation deterred the of course campaign law and order and said he was going to clean up the country wiped out all the drug dealers it was never gave up churn family meals i don't know why when he started to admits that dead stick it over philippines in his promising to kill every drug dealer they find me the sons got a big meth operation going on is climate jack deterred these coke is quote is if i have children who are into drugs kill them so people don't have anything to say all right so i told embarrassed sun's nickname my order is to kill you if you're caught and i will protect the police who kill you if it is true so these are just accusations i guess as soon as not.

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"See if there's any legitimacy to it as guarumos his comments coming on cnn's state of the union tensions remaining hired a disputed jerusalem holy place that sacred to both moslems and jews correspondent rubber burger israel has placed new security cameras at entrances to demoskop all laakso here in jerusalem the site jews called the temple mount officials say it as a possible alternative two controversial metal detectors installed at the site that sparked palestinian riots on friday israel says the new measures are necessary to prevent terrorist attacks but palestinians say any security checks at a mosque humiliate moslems robert burger cbs news jerusalem a cbs news correspondent sam litzinger tells us there is probably no need for us officials to roll out the red carpet for the president of the philippines philippines government spokesman had said president trump had invited president rodrigo do territory to come to the united states for a visit studio day doesn't sound all that enthusiast above the invitation i've seen america on its low duties says he has no intention of visiting the united states rallies in office some human rights activists have asked him to stay away because he reports killings outside the philippines legal system in many of his public speeches do teraty has repeatedly threatened drug suspects and criminals with death sam litzinger cbs news right now clear guys sixty nine degrees for the city of detroit will head out to the roads take a look at the forecast traffic and weather together next do you at a case of the mondays is i just need it me they can wait on cbs is just what the doctor ordered i'm about to show you something that i haven't show to anyone a paycheck gator we dose of cap james i thought everybody would enjoy a little crew deitz it's critical frenchlanguage police are here take away tv's number one comedy i just heard the information going to give a man a second to celebrate kevin wait cbs monday or stream it live or on demand you have.

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm deborah now this is bloomberg debra thank you yet midday right now i reading session off the we exciting or not jules it's always exciting david entities a pretty good start to the trading week as well we've had these rally three once again in tech stocks lifting the taiwan tie except by over one percent it is the front runner in the region but also a lot of buying coming through once again in these large cap stocks in china those the like that's where included in the msci global index last week there's an interesting comment on i am alive blood saying that stuck invested in an absolute stampede today to buy into the csi three hundred and volume is running at more than sixty percent above its 30day average in the current session also some good buying coming through in new zealand hong kong's hang seng looking quite good as well and we've seen the nikkei hold onto its gains of around a tenth of one percent for most of the session della weakness means a lot of these currencies are moving high we do have a number of markets close in the region including the philippines philippines peso trading higher by about a tenth of one percent and the osce dollar also looking quite strong if we reach out to what is moving in the region and you have a look at the index points as i mentioned to these based tech stocks really gathering the most momentum so honda high taiwan semiconductor doing very well in the taiwan session and you've got samsung olesegun quite strongly in korea ten cent in hong kong by seven tenths of one percent of sherry mentioned earlier as well nintendo getting a break upgrade supporting that stuck to the downside to sheba certainly under pressure off now by about six percent say towards the lows of the day this is after the bill on friday in response to after the bell on friday we had the tokyo stock exchange saying that is going to demote that stuck on its index and cuba insurance also under pressure.

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"philippines philippines" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"philippines philippines" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"That's it may twenty second manchester attacked twenty two people killed manchester england at the arianna guerande concert outside twenty two killed one hundred sixteen injured may twenty four th in the philippines nine christians or captured by islamic militants shot to death may twenty four th sameday iraq isis boobytrapped takes out family of 23 including a family of 23 maybe it's a group of twenty three that's really one family including a pregnant women and children may twenty four sameday indonesia two suicide bombers detonate outside a bus terminal killing three guards same dance amalia five people are exterminated by shot he'd suicidebomber two days later may twenty six egypt 28 christians including ten children are on their way to a monastery where there mastered by islamic gunmen say day day in egypt shut he'd suicide carbomber slaughters eighteen at a public bus station the next day may 2017 afghanistan three women and and a child are among nineteen civilians found slain by islamic extremists near university sameday in the philippines eight employees at a rice mill are murdered by jihadist for having betrayed their faith may twenty eight the next day in iraq as soon as suicidebomber targets an ice cream shop in a shiite area killing sixty women and children gene second they took five days off apparently in the philippines philippines thirty seven people were gunned down gunned down in manila casino isis claimed the islamic state fighters carried out the attack masino this one june third in great britain three terrorists ploughed a van into a pedestrians on the london bridge before going on a stabbing rampage with a twelve inch hunting knife with twelve inch hunting night's three of them six died dozens were injured we'll talk more about this one in a in a couple of minutes june fifth us in australia three days later or two days later in an isis inspired migrant from somalia kills a man and takes a woman hostage two days later gene seventh that was tuesday tuesday that was wednesday wednesday to philippine suicide bombers attacked a shiite shrine in iran killing two patrons and at least five others were killed when a suicide bomber detonated detonator at a parliament building and other you might have heard of this week this is also wednesday in france an attacker hit a police officer with a hammer outside notre dom.

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