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"pope paul" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

08:42 min | 7 months ago

"pope paul" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"The philippines is a nation that is almost eighty six percent catholic so catholic pope paul. The sixth arrival on a sunny november day was calls for national celebration. The seventy three year old pope was there for a three day visit and after disembarking from his private plane he was greeted by president ferdinand marcos thousands of priests and other devotees winded eagerly at the airport for a chance to get a glimpse of the pope and one was especially excited. The dark haired man was thirty. Five years old held a box in his hands that was decorated with a crucifix and was dressed in traditional priests clothing. He moved through the crowd as fast as he could. It's likely that most people surrounding him just thought he was desperate to meet the pope and he was but not for the same reasons that everyone else was as pope paul. The sixth greeted an archbishop from south korea. The mysterious priests dark intentions were revealed as he broke through the security. Ropes separating the pope from his devotees then. He pulled a foot long dagger from the box in his hands. Reportedly cried out death to superstition and swan the blade right at the pope. Despite his priestly garb the man was really a killer. In disguise named ben haemeen mendosa e a mode florida's and he'd allegedly planned this murder for years. What made this shocking event. More mystifying was that mendoza was not from the philippines. And he wasn't any sort of known criminal. He was actually a surrealist artist from la paz bolivia and spent most of his adult life as a nomad mendoza had at least two siblings and a widowed mother in bolivia but he left his home as a young man to travel the world and make a living off his surrealist paintings. His wanderlust took him across south and north america. As well as china and japan mendosa met many influential figures in high society media and art during his travels but nobody ever quite pinned down his personality. A new york gallery owner called mendosa a user who liked attention while another gal said he was a modest man. It was clear that he was a fascinating figure. As socialite caroline kennedy on related to the kennedys found out after meeting mendoza in manila in nineteen sixty nine the to mad at an artist cafe and while kennedy recalled mendosa as being odd and quiet. They did discuss deep topics like religion in her blog. Kennedy recalls mendosa as particularly passionate paraphrasing. His thoughts on catholicism mendosa allegedly said. You're so lucky caroline. You weren't brought up in fear you weren't forced to accept something you didn't believe in you weren't punished for rejecting god. You weren't threatened for questioning. The churches motives mendoza was vehemently against organized religion. And the pope's first visit to the philippines revealed just how disillusioned the artist was with catholicism. After dressing as a priest mendosa snuck through the throng of excited filipinos and surprised. The pope mendosa managed to swing the foot long knife and paul the six neck and torso several times before the pope's secretary pus. Qualley machi blocked him from attacking and security guards restrained him. Miraculously the pope was unhurt and allegedly went on to deliver a speech to his filipino. Devotees with poise and calm. Meanwhile banharn mean mendosa was apprehended by filipino. Authorities and taken in for questioning where investigators were faced with. An unusual question was mendoza's assassination attempt and act of rage and blood bloodlust or the world's most heretical publicity stunt coming up will learn about the aftermath of mendoza's assassination attempt and how it helped pope. Paul the sixth listeners. Here's a new show. I can't wait for you to check out when it comes to love. Every story is unique. 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I've been playing a lot recently and made it all the way to level five eighteen. I like playing. Because i like to solve puzzles and best. Fiends is full of challenging puzzles. In fact best fiends gives you over five thousand of them and adds more levels events and challenges all the time. And i'm certainly not the only one who enjoys playing best fiends. This match three game has over one hundred million downloads and counting so check it out. It's free to download and you'll never be bored again. Download best fiends free today on the apple app store or google play. That's friends without the our best fiends. Now back to the story on november twenty seventh nine thousand nine hundred seventy oblivion artist named ben haemeen mendosa disguised himself as a priest and attacked the pope with a foot long blade at an event in the philippines. The pope survived and was unharmed and now filipino investigators had to mendosa psyche to understand how he could carry out such an act. Mendosa was still dressed in his priest costume while police questioned him. He admitted that he wanted to kill the pope telling them the pope is only a human being. I want to save the people from hypocrisy and superstition. Even though i did not succeed in killing the pope. I succeeded in harming him. Mendosa also mentioned that. The pope represented the kind of superstition which must be destroyed by removing him. Mendoza's foot long malay- dagger allegedly bore the words bullets superstitions flags kingdoms garbage armies and an expletive. The would be killer was charged with attempted murder as well as possession of a deadly weapon and intent to cause public panic the next day. Mendosa further elaborated on his criminal undertakings to a rapt crowd of reporters. He admitted that he had been trying to kill the pope for years and had even tried to purchase a gun to do the job but he couldn't get a permit however there was no evidence that he had actually planned any prior attacks or that. He was vehemently anti religion in general while mendoza admitted that he had no real involvement in religion or politics. He resented the pope for how he represented superstition when asked if he was ashamed for what he had done. Mendosa.

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"pope paul" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"pope paul" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Some jeopardy okay? No cheating. James whole sour won a measly fifty eight thousand is thirty first consecutive win. He's now a two point three eight million. He's only a hundred and fifty thousand away from Ken Jennings all time record. So you wanna play. Let's see if we can get some. All right. No cheating tile. Hopefully she picked up some good ones here. There's a Barbie doll based on this nineteen nineties TV show about beautiful and fifth lifeguards on LA county bay watch game. They watch. All I was there. But I said it I it's the very short name for the longest river in Italy, the Arno. No, the PO sorry to Pope, Paul river. The PO river was such short. Uh-huh. Game. Oh, really? Oh, yeah. Oh oh, Yes, What's short for. It's PO river. Okay. Oh, did you hear Joe? I got that the PO river. I got the first one, I watch he got Baywatch. Oh, that was tough. The Moroccan city where the sheltering sky was written gave its name to this citrus, fruit, tanger-, ten gene. Japan's and here. Got it. One. Got it Natalie. Because I read the sheltering sky, when I wait a second. So what does ten year? That was incorrect way. They're tangerine his name. I gave it. All right. Final jeopardy. The category for final today is national anthems flares. Here's your clue. It's an thumb was adopted in one thousand nine hundred forty seven to replace one by Joseph Haydn that had been tainted by association with Nazi Germany. Yeah, because they had the correct response. The country was Austria..

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"pope paul" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"pope paul" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Anything goes, you know? I'm okay, you're okay. On the contrary real love wants the good of the other. And so it makes demands. And it it upsets people very often that the real thing. So is that sentimental? We we, you know, hyper sentimentalize, a lot of religious language, and that's caused huge problems. There's something kind of spare embracing about the client is language of willing the good of the other, and that can take a softer form if you want and can take a harder form, depending on the circumstances. But the focus is always on the other as other. So like when the Lord says, you know to love your enemies, I was saying that's the great test of love because if it's your enemy is not someone's gonna pay. A you back. So if I'm kind to you that you might be kind to me. Well, that's not love right. That's an indirect egotism. I I will give you a party that you might give me a party in return. That's why in the sermon on the mound. Jesus says exactly that don't give a party for those who can repay you write a don't loan to those who can pay you back with interest. That's not the point the point is to is to be good to those that can't return the favor, that's tough stuff. Both for you and often for the other person and write that modern tolerance is kind of a vague Similac REM about I I want to ask you, some some basic kind of Catholic doctrinal questions because I think we in the general public aren't Catholic have some basic these about Catholicism that are likely wrong while it's up to so papal infallibility can you justify that? How far does the pope's infallibility go? Do I have to take everything if I'm a Catholic that he says it at face value is some of the political interpretation. What is the vicar of Christ in? What is just him saying things? Yeah. Well, it's it's. Very narrowly defined. That's the important thing within Catholic ecclesial. Gee, we say the algae of the church when the pope speaks. We say ex cathedra from the chair right in the formal manner on matters of faith morals for the sake of the entire church. He's speaking infallibly. It's happened precisely a twice in since the thing was was declared, formerly. So this is a very very rare thing we we speak about the infallibility of the ordinary Magister. Now that means the bishops in union with the pope teaching on a key manager of faith and morals in general consensus around the world, we recognize that as an infallibility of of this ordinary teaching of the church, but the pope himself, San such rare occasion. Now, the pope does deliver himself a formal teachings like encyclicals, which have to be taken with tremendous seriousness, but might a Catholic quarrel here, and there was something in cyclical sure, it's not an infallible statement, much less of certain prudential judgments of Pope Paul by make a judgment of prudential. Determination about a policy within the church or a political judgment is one obliged to accept that. No. I mean, we we prompt. The pope always in an attitude of deep respect, he's a successor repeater. He's the vicar of Christ. He's the guarantor of our unity. So the pope is always treated with enormous respect. But then fell ability is a very very narrowly defined equality. So I think it's the dangers of the pope is going to rain tomorrow therefore is gonna rain tomorrow. You know, no, that's not Catholic teaching nine. What's cafeteria chain as far as how doctrine developed over the course of centuries, where's the limitations because what we see in the orthodox Jewish community? And we're seeing now is in orthodox Judaism, we have the safety of the oral law, which is the reputation of the text of of the Torah, and this continues over centuries, and it leaves open the possibility if you're not careful of people straying from the texts so far that they are actually contravening the tax. I assume that you've had some similar problems in in Catholicism itself as well. So how how does that?.

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Pope Francis canonizes seven new saints

The Big Biz Radio Show

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Pope Francis canonizes seven new saints

"Celebrating seven new saints USA's. Chris Barnes report. Pope francis. Water news change Pope, Paul this text and slain Salvadoran archbishop Oscar Romero is prophets of a church that he says looks out for the poor as he presided over a canonization ceremony on Sunday morning. The two canonized along with five other people at the start of Sunday's mash history's first Latin-American pope warning at his homily Sunday of the danger posed by wealth calling quote, the love of money the root of all evils and saying, quote, we see this where money is at the center. There is no room for God. Nor for man Francis. Said Paul who oversaw the nineteen sixties meetings. That modernized the Catholic church survived deep misunderstandings. Cross new boundaries for the sake of following Christ's call he praised Romero who was gunned down by El Salvador's, right wing death squads as having given up his own life to be quote, close to the poor. Four and to his people

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Pope makes El Salvador's Oscar Romero, Pope Paul VI saints

Let's Talk Future

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Pope makes El Salvador's Oscar Romero, Pope Paul VI saints

"The pope Francis today canonizing to twentieth century church leaders at a ceremony at the Vatican. Thousands gathering for the canonization of Pope, Paul the sixth and Salvadorian archbishop. Oscar Romero Paul led the Catholic church in the modernization reforms of nineteen sixties archbishop Romero was human rights advocate was assassinated during mass for his criticism of Salvadorian armies repression of the

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Pope lauds new saints Oscar Romero, Pope Paul VI

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Pope lauds new saints Oscar Romero, Pope Paul VI

"By wing desk. Watts NPR, Sylvia. Petrole reports Romero's legacy at a strong impact on the Argentine-born pope. In Central America. Romanvos verger in nineteen eighty was his devastating is Martin Luther King's assassination was in United States. Go Mehta's dedication to the poor and marginalized greatly influenced the first Latin American folk. Shatila secrets he lived the security of the world. The pope said even his own safety in order to give his life. According to the gospel close to the poor and to his people as soon as he became pope Francis. Authorize Romeo's canonization a

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"pope paul" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"pope paul" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Of the content in this program and for the opportunity to bring poverty Catholic programming to the archdiocese of Baltimore every Sunday This. Is. Chris Conte of the Catholic review with, us today and Kevin Baltimore's Edward Herrera director of the office of marriage and family life and the archdiocese of Baltimore we're talking today, about the fiftieth, anniversary of Pope Paul the sixth, landmark document. Out married love and human life humanity BT appreciably me Lurie his releasing this summer reflexion marking the anniversary of the document welcome to the show Edward thanks good to be here with you today Lawry's pastoral reflection he calls humanity Tate Prophetically challenging? Letter what does he mean by that I thought that was interesting phrasing used there because a lot of. Commentators have said that Is prophet right that his prophetic amount of them are speaking about it in, terms of the sexual revolution and, kind of in, some, ways they're using the prophetic in the sense of looking towards the future Pope Paul the sixth was seeing, the. Future whereas archbishop Laurie I it seems from, the? Tax insane prophetically challenging, that it's this Old Testament idea of what a profit is right a prophet. Is someone who tells the truth right and so Pope Paul the six was someone who is telling the truth and that truth is challenging I have heard a lot of commentators in recent weeks talking about this and saying? Was he was really being prophetic in seeing that future of what would happen if, everything continued it? Was. Or was he just really line and what I've. Been hearing people say is he? Really predict a lot of what what came forward yes and there's a line in the Archbishop's reflection where he? Talks. A little, bit of balance about this, precisely in some of the things that you would see in terms of the interactions between men and women in the way in which men might take advantage of women for example war is sort of attitude or disposition towards women and, the Bishop picks up on the, particularly the me, too, culture so to speak the hashtag metoo of some of these abuses of power in different ways and I, think. That all the six really did see the, future? And kind of what, what trajectory the world who's taking in terms of these relationships between men and. Women he ran it was released late nineteen sixties so that was really as the sexual revolution was at its peak Woodstock and all of those kinds of things happening all around the same time how did that social milieu? Effect po-politics said in the document how is that message received at that time yes, so unfortunately I? Think. The message cancer your second question The message was well received and it's something that I mean if you look at the stats in terms of contraceptive use among Catholics among the general population is very much high level of of us Catholics and non-catholics. Alike but, in terms of the social situation I think it, was much more moving towards a different understanding of relationships between men. And women did there really wasn't you know I mean we see this kind of with. The breakdown of the family and kind of the aftershock with the rate of divorce in the nineteen eighties and things like that and just what that did to our understanding. Of family, to the understanding, of the relationship. Between men and women but certainly there were a lot of cultural forces at work during that time period that made it made it a particular. Challenge I think in the church there's a lot of people? Who say that Catholics says much as the? Rest. Of the, population does not practice the. Kinds of things Humanity encouraged and thought would be appropriate and that even some priests are really. Encouraging their their flock to embrace this what's the difference when you look at this between enforcing these norms and. Getting people to embrace them are encouraging them to really welcome this loving message into their homes right and I think that a..

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"pope paul" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"pope paul" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"Was in the minority on what was likely to be the result but but the pope paul determined as as we now know anyway what really struck me was the we're we're so often accustomed to thinking of the pope as a both distant and certain about all things and the beautiful with insight into struggle that said did you guys read this this australian gentleman at age one hundred and four who chose quote unquote assisted suicide switzerland how old was he a hundred and four yeah yeah yeah i saw that some folks might potentially have some notion that they might want to weigh in on on that item and then another article from the newspaper earlier this week battle bruise or bruise over felons voting rights and painfully to me this is once again this second headline generally democrats favor rolling back laws while republicans opposed such moves and we can't get out of our silos and did you do you know guys what the laws are in missouri and kansas with regard to a felon ever winning back his or her voting rights if you are no longer on paper if you were off paver meaning you're not re reporting to a promote a probation or parole officer you absolutely can have your all you have to do is register probably your registration has lapsed or let's say you've been in prison for ten years they don't have an accurate address for you at cetera you get out of prison you do your probation or your parole you're no longer reporting to an officer yeah we can talk about that and more michael bill may have the kansas side of the equation pat down all right but we'll be right back after these messages here at religion on the line five seven six seventy seven ten five seven six seven seven one zero we're gonna be right back at religion on the line in just a moment.

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"pope paul" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"pope paul" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"Arrange a couple of calls at least i would be delighted if that's possible but given that all i have is cell phone point and i have the what's app app there's any you know this when did you have internet it doesn't cost anything no matter where your it's amazing but i don't take this station can figure that one out but on an occasion to call in briefly maybe we can pull that one off in the meantime some topics joe july will be the fiftieth anniversary of humanity which was i was pope paul paul the humanity to yes and this is an exquisitely intriguing article in this saturday sunday wall street journal i just want to quote one small part of it says it's quoting pope paul agonized over his decision for two years after receiving the reports and now it's supposedly quoting him how many times have we felt in that i don't normally speak with the people we but what the heck him how many times have we felt the inadequacy of our poor person to cope with the former little apostolic obligation of having to make your pronouncement on this matter he later recounted in his speech striking for its raw expression of vulnerability despite the formal diction use of the people we i there was just something so marvelously open me about a pope sharing agony in distress an inner awareness that whatever he determined or allowed i guess it was his decision but whatever came out in this circle would have an enormous impact on the entire catholic world and i just turned out on politics around the world for those who don't know is it is it would it be fair to call it the definitive teaching at this point on about catholic follow systems notion about birth control oh yeah i think so i mean before that though i think it's important the church's teaching had been very clear before then as well constant can newbie was was was a document that later so so he wasn't laying new ground i think that's important to recall but rather at a time in the history of the church in the world where the culture was was embracing contraception.

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Young people give Pope Francis a piece of their mind

Speaking of Art

01:49 min | 3 years ago

Young people give Pope Francis a piece of their mind

"Collaborative exhibition traveling exhibition we might actually have three people and that's going to have to be recorded and that's going to be a challenge because as everyone knows when you interview people on speakerphone it's usually a disaster so it will probably be each time though the hold the phone and then hand it to the other but to be able to have gary intro the director of the museum of fine arts houston with his curatorial colleagues at the same time talking about this great exhibition michelangelo now you're probably saying is this the exhibition from the met in new york city which has broke all records has been just absolutely fantastic it is not the same exhibition here's the twist this is about the relationship between the mature michelangelo in the fifteen forty s in pope paul the third the pharmacy pope came from a very very wealthy art family of connoisseur ship and patronage in the arts the great farnese palace in rome just think of that he becomes pope in the fifteen i think in fifteen thirty two sometime around there here's the pope who presides over the first part of the counter reformation trying to bring the faithful back to the catholic church after the successes of fifteen seventeen and martin luther and the protestant reformation as you all know it is a period that i particularly like in terms of the arts in terms of all the arts that hundred years from about fifteen fifty to about seventeen hundred most people think oh if it's not the high renaissance i'm not really interested i'll tell you the theatricality the beauty the costumes the poise of the human figure in mannerist and baroque painting alone and sculpture is enough to say this is a totally different direction these people were modern artists and they were pushing the boundaries at the.

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"pope paul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"pope paul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The left side of the political spectrum but something happen very soon into his mandate he of personal friend of him adjusted pre scold with dividend the west more durr of uprest was working already with the poorest communities in a cellar trained to give them a voice and that's what the folk a force be civil rule medal wants tournament or to wake up and so he decided to lent his voice to the very same people and to speak out about all the human right violations that were taking placing a salvador there are a lot of people in in latin america who always believe he was a saint amina it is normally called the saint of the americas for a lot of people who claim he has performed miracles it of course also has a political legacy in all eu he sort of empowered a sector of the church and people to go on and talk out loud about human rights violation us on us a fourth so yeah ac semester fieger for letting americans was out to a wallis earned pope paul vi interrelated 1978 at a missile sweeping reforms of the church in the 1960s isil sank to beat clad a saint east team all became a sovereign nation in two thousand two and almost immediately found itself in a row with australia over there shed maritime border in the team more see the two countries disagreed over how to share out revenues from a huge offshore gas field now though there celebrating the signing of an historic treaty on the which east team all also known as team or less one of the world's poorest nations will now gain the majority of any future revenue australia's foreign minister julia bishop was at the signing at the un unusual this is an historic day for by our nation's we recognize that it is a particularly important day fatih more list and another step forward in team was journey as a sovereign nation and this was the deputy prime minister of east t more amman as you'll do put eta we designers through today.

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"pope paul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"pope paul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The left side of the political spectrum but something happen very soon into his mandate he of personal friend of him adjusted pre scold with dividend the west more durr of uprest was working already with the poorest communities in a cellar trained to give them a voice and that's what the folk a force be civil rule medal wants tournament or to wake up and so he decided to lent his voice to the very same people and to speak out about all the human right violations that were taking placing a salvador there are a lot of people in in latin america who always believe he was a saint amina it is normally called the saint of the americas for a lot of people who claim he has performed miracles it of course also has a political legacy in all eu he sort of empowered a sector of the church and people to go on and talk out loud about human rights violation us on us a fourth so yeah ac semester fieger for letting americans was out to a wallis earned pope paul vi interrelated 1978 at a missile sweeping reforms of the church in the 1960s isil sank to beat clad a saint east team all became a sovereign nation in two thousand two and almost immediately found itself in a row with australia over there shed maritime border in the team more see the two countries disagreed over how to share out revenues from a huge offshore gas field now though there celebrating the signing of an historic treaty on the which east team all also known as team or less one of the world's poorest nations will now gain the majority of any future revenue australia's foreign minister julia bishop was at the signing at the un unusual this is an historic day for by our nation's we recognize that it is a particularly important day fatih more list and another step forward in team was journey as a sovereign nation and this was the deputy prime minister of east t more amman as you'll do put eta we designers through today.

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"pope paul" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"pope paul" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

"I did the work and i proceeded to the next level in these early couple of views there were really no mentors needed but after a couple of years working my way through the system i was rewarded with my first department head job i was concierge manager at the top hotel in the group now i did the big lakes this was serious this is what a career that looked like i was now by said the company's flagship property this is where all the regional manages worth h of the executive committee in this hotel was a seasoned area manager this was going to be make it albright qatar and i suddenly had all sorts of new responsibilities not just for myself but also for my team and ironically with the added responsibilities and the title also came a whole new level of freedom as luck would have it this was wayne mentor number two came onto the site and that was pope paul was my direct report in this new department had role i was managing of verse team of thirty individuals across forty from job roles some were younger some older somewhat fulltime employees and some one off my department was also mix of and female team memphis all of this in my first room management and it was a busy property a real pressure cooker type environment not only did i have to manage my department i was also for the first time in my career trying to navigate the company politics associated with being a senior member of a flagship property there are definitely a few distinct lessons that i recall winning from pulled directly during this time but i'm not sure that these few listens were really enough to cement his place as a mentor in my life.

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"pope paul" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"pope paul" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"The world like where do we go and we hake pope paul when it gives dead in the street was show i'm at the greek just don't when he's in week immigrant my legal we are all right three behind the all night three told me all right to me they give them it will be alright probably be all right now we all right they'll be all right if you're can be bigger than we would be y'all would you will enjoy i'll show a picture of what he is in a new look again a of any these my name is ruth the dow let the you can live at the mall ajello legal i don't think about it out of modern disease will take an appointment with again he painted on illegal digging mother love opinion of each logic you key nobody abided every year the wave of deadly you know you got that don't don't as all picnicking tonight us at the magyar wrap up contracts arrest assume a bright bright begun you know lebron been when i was looking at the world goal and we hey pope paul when a gillis data must be were still amid the door when used chemical my legal beyond we believe y'all debate me all right came to me think of him it would be all week beyond beyond beyond all we told me all right bill new y'all gene the new roads the exterminate two two jio dark nights in my brain airwaves here park morning show cruise show up travis kalanick column six mother you dismal now this this to let us put all right away that's the best not every hour 106 number one before here do kim delete if due on tuesday these states to eat described two two talking jettison both tools quick cutting off the now now i make monumental got it dan manjural ripped us tease out dumbed down to what both 200 vechicle burden sixty let's done that god be doomed overall net juvenile grabbed two two n d i give ted the not them well on don't who dan thinks didn't play kim to beat the wouldbe tone that defeat them he did it take to build some i made it so we still done your date not to let them he wants a.

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"pope paul" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"pope paul" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"And uh i mean you got livers is coming livers is improve you gotta get a great fresh you got great to freshman pool and pooling livers i mean they give you points right off the pitch they do and uh you know pull it pope paul scott in a little notoriety ah you know these gato place with a little bit of flare but uh you know he he obviously is uh is a shooter and he's very confident shooter but he's she's much more than a shooter he he's athletic uh he can put the ball on the floor he can defend uh and i think he has a pretty good uh understanding of the game and and uh and understanding of how coach beeline you know wants him to fit in this season and uh um you know i'm sure going forward is roles gonna be expanded but uh this year um he he certainly has performed a a nice roll off the bench he has in abby sometimes goat i see that young me he takes that ball to the whole i think he's out of control sometimes but hey he's remain in the ball a go in all the time but he he he takes it to the whole in abby and he's not he has no fear well he doesn't lack confidence i you you can see coach felines uh reaction sometimes he can uh haider's reaction when uh when pool our tries to get a little bit too creative but i i do believe these under rain and i do believe that uh you know he's got an understanding of what the coach fund some to do and over looked you know very often is uh lock them on and he he shouldn't be overlooked because he's uh you know he's a senior ernie playing like a senior um um you know he just does so many things for the walgreens he you know he scores he rebounds he defends he passes um and he's kind of a glue guy uh he he's a.

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"pope paul" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"pope paul" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"The human element day about beijing the dalai pulling in a pretty good jim in nevada hike fm amama level what to put on by lord knows twenty i will let my telamallah cummock timor even everything it told the makoma kamei have they no preliminary here's the more record among gave them fellas put a wreck that he always made the seventeen gacko green zach multiphased died the way back when you've been been down before when i was little looking at the world like where do we go and we hate pope paul when the guerrillas dead in his street was shown amid the breaches dole when he's guinea leak in my legal we are ranked all right all right agreeing gold me all right you may think of them it will be all right he told me all right down be all right all right let me to give them in y'all ryan would you want to ask you a wooded hiccup in the new that began of the guy in evenings my name is loosely be dog whether you can live at the mall don't they go by that of modern disease what they can them up my number out again he painted on illegal hanging of admitting defeat logic he lamented when the legal nobody abided by think wave under the you know you got illusions that don't don't buy known his own pta tonight magyar wrap up contracts arrest assume the right to the brake we're going you know we've been been looking at the world we goal and we hate pope paul when it gillis dead in must be were still i'm in the door when he's been gone might weaken beyond we all night we believe me all right in many of them it will be all right we we all right we told me all right we think bit me the new roads two two g dark nioc soon my upgraders strike rules when a crucial lasislav morning show listen you a happy new year wishing you a successful last busy new year let's.

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"pope paul" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"pope paul" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Qualify for house has nothing to do with your mortgage interest stopped buying into that stuff that you're that you're that you're a political action committee is telling you in a one point the dem's of may well this is going to create more and more the deficit this is sounds like the first time they've ever actually cared about the deficit and i really you know i'm going to concede that point yes if you're if you're bringing in less revenue from people that means that means you're gonna increase your debt well first of all what when we've start focusing on cutting right 'cause we have really got into that yet but start cutting back on expenses and now but but the theory though is the theory is as you said if businesses have to pay less than taxes they can hire more people there's more people contributing more people contributing to the tax base and therefore you actually get a net increase in income that's the theory and it makes sense to me exactly i here's here's what pope paul ryan said on thursday the taxcutting jobs act you know what's making about it's about making jobs grow in this economy it's a lot middleclass incomes going higher this is about giving people the ability to make ends meet in the plan for the future i'm so excited that we're on the cusp of this great accomplishment in of congress x by christmas people are going to see gains very soon yeah we need to stop focusing on how much we saved money on our taxes and concentrate on more how how much is this going to stimulate the economy because you can't give enough tax money back to change anybody's life really well let's just hope they actually get it done it and person i'm not holding my breath you know i hope they get it done but on the fed hey absolutely half if we inspired either you want to say something about this show eight five five six four zero.

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"pope paul" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"pope paul" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"For drugs while the sign to a nuclear submarine with one british tabloids suggesting the drugtaking occurred on us territory the nine were dismissed following compulsory drug tests but she must vigilant what the four british submarines that's carry trident nuclear missiles a royal navy statement says the service does not tolerate drugs misuse by service personnel those found to the fulton short of our high standards case being discharged from service the daily mail newspaper has reported that the drug involved in this case was cocaine the newspaper alleged the personnel took part in drug fueled ponte's while docked in the us to pick up nuclear warheads jal said that this meant london october 28th nineteen 65 pope paul vi issued the declaration on the relation of the church with nonchristian religions born these stories a town hall dot com hey this is above all cesky thanks for listening to plugged in there is necessary to obey in the moby wore for the planet at the apes which is now adam video a deadly virus strain as hit mankind and iq boosted chimpanzees and guerrillas are gaining dominance but the remnants of humanity aren't about to give up their planetary primacy without a fight like get series predecessors this sifi pick has moments of warped than selfsacrifice ended ask questions about what it really means to be hillman of course today cgi also results in a much more intense and realistic dose of.

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"pope paul" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"pope paul" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Uh cleveland golden state all right oh combination oh you know west worked out with pope paul george and carmelo anthony a youth and you've got to wonder how it's going to work out with two ball dominant guy hit a chris paul james harden not on our lago bore with away crew oh i did with away current if more anticipation of what will come next huawei oil by creator but uh we are all the meal that i want to cook yard on your vote that game uh i was hoping to be more mobile yet if there was so poor shooting performance and right was kind of a job a different type of game to do because my view being kind that was the worst game i've ever seen at staples center you're being very nice about it there were more players in that that will never play in an actual and no i am i going to put with the clippers with docked not playing at eve already uh i am like a college interspersed with or t leak lawyer i i think like hip uh you can relate who was a play by play to see you know guys we never really beforehand and warm choir was you know reported white two hours before the game and they don't even know you know talk can even though he was he was the one guy with them i give you a any was pretty good to have very weird yeah now away there was it was it go to warm up because it was in before we get hammered are restoring rail yet you're being your kind marburg is our guest marvel be with chris webber on the call for tomorrow's warriors rockets came at seven thirty that's the second game of opening night celtics cavs at five a marvin chris have warriors rockets at seven thirty in and on thursday you heard mark talked about lonzo ball marvel be at staples center the call lines oh balls debut lakers hosting the clippers at seven thirty marv i wanted to ask you bet steve kerr you worked with steve as your broadcast partner for a lot of years and i i got to know steve a little bit i always thought he would be a good coach i always thought that that was an interesting fit because he's a smart guy and i thought he would do well.

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"pope paul" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"pope paul" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Much of the gains here came in one fell swoop when c s x replaces longtime ceo michael ward with hunter harrison the new darling of wall street of course there are many other reasons like the stock your but if you want to understand why csx has been on fire and white might continue to run you need to know about the market's newfound love affair with hunter harassed by the recent rally in csx pm january nineteen for the stock surging twenty three percent in a single session on the news that mantle ridge that hedge fund run by noted activist pope paul the well was finalizing a plan to lure hunter harrison then the outgoing ceo canadian pacific railway to the top job at csx this came just days after the company reported a disapppointing core route tapping guidance in the wake of the not so hot numbers the mantle proposal to bring in monte harrison quickly gained the support of the board of directors by late february we learn that the old ceo michael moore was stepping down at a march six the company officially announce harrison assists new chief executive also giving mansell ridge five out of thirteen poor seats so what's with this guy is harrison some kind of once in a generation genius is he the man with the midas touch was warned simply sipadan you support job or as the truth somewhere in the middle i'll say this i like my were lot is very nice guy but cruelly harrison is onto something and doing better and you probably never even heard one hundred hours before he took over csx but within the railroad industry this guy is something of a storied legend he's been working in the railroad for more than fifty fifty years surveys the ceo of illinois central the canadian national and then canadian pacific a key component of the poll qaiseer.

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"pope paul" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:57 min | 4 years ago

"pope paul" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Me put a pay cut bomb assembled in that you stand will make a living to home with the dell scheming and you beijing in a benjamin is mama level with the low twenty two my pillow monica make him a we've been everything at a command they know preliminary here's the meridian among his talents put a wreck is great as the massey when you know even been down before when i was love in the world like where do we go and we hate pope paul when it gillis dead in the speech was show i'm at the peak just don't when he's giving economic might be called all right all right all right all right all right all right all right sure my name is loose dow but the that the mall the out of the planet kenny perry regal mother of of of of that one nobody abided aw your wrap up contracts a rest assured of right to life were gone you know we've been been down when i was looking at the world eweek and we hate pope paul when it gillis dead in his feet were still the just do when he's give them a all right all right all right all right all right all right seeing knowledge is plans and i saw day shin of god and these wenas dislike the man this is jubal shoes man chen of laws russian miles passes goods dangerous in bomb is i.

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