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"rabbo" Discussed on Full Games - Charlando sobre videojuegos

Full Games - Charlando sobre videojuegos

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"rabbo" Discussed on Full Games - Charlando sobre videojuegos

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"rabbo" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

Mocha Minutes

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"rabbo" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

"Haven't heard of you ever meeting weeks fullest. I've been this. Is this kinder's here. He so i have to come back. Because we're at the lovely midseason points of the real housewives of potomac. It came fast. It's very it's been only eight episodes. Well you know what i think. Tonight's rony will be episode. Seventeen so i guess doing the short seeds. I don't know man. Ronin was one the like the heavier scenes like twenty episode kinda like atlanta county. Kinda head. Cut down a little bit too. But maybe during this time. I've maybe i'll just gonna pull out everything we can cause i'm like we had to live. I'm like i'm all about it so sidebar so when the trailer came out yo it came out the day that bravo content creators when instagram side. The have a day of silence. So i i just painted kendrick participated in was unbelievable. It was organized between a few different. Podcasts tom and kicks from dumpster dab on that pod Donnie quinn and anthony. Also getting out was to reaffirm. What else is going on got amanda from. It's all happening ono. Rabbo netanyahu name.

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"rabbo" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

The Bible in a Year

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"rabbo" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

"King rehbaum spoke to them. According to the council of the young men saying my father made your yoke heavy. But i will add to it. My father chastised you with whips. But i will chastise you with scorpions. King did not listen to the people for it was a turn of affairs. Brought about by. God that the lord might fulfill his word which he spoke by the shilla night to jerome the son of nevada and when all israel saw that the king did not listen to them. The people answered the king. What portion have we in david. We have no inheritance in the son of jesse each of you to your tents away israel. Look now to your own house david. So all israel departed to their tents but rabbo reigned over the sons of israel who dwelt in the cities of judah. Then king rahab sent. How durham who was taskmaster. Over the forced labor and the sons of israel stoned him to death with stones and king. Radio boom made haste to mount his chariot to free to jerusalem. So israel has been in rebellion against the house of david to this day chapter eleven judah and benjamin fortified when rehabilitate came to jerusalem. He assembled the house of judah. And benjamin a hundred and eighty thousand chosen warriors to fight against israel to restore the kingdom to ray-ban but the word of the lord came to chamois the man of god say to ray-ban the son of salomon king of judah and to all israel and judah. And benjamin thus says the lord you shall not go up or your brethren return every man to his home for this thing is from me so they listened to the word of the lord and returned and did not go against jeroboam raham dwelt in jerusalem and he built cities for defense. In judah he built bethlehem itam to coa but zoar soco other lomb ghaith marsha ziff of the rhyme lucky as zora is jalen and hebron fortified cities which are judah and benjamin. He made the fortresses strong and put commanders in them and stores of food oil and wine and he put shields and spears and all the cities and made them very strong. So he held judah and benjamin priests leave bites support ray-ban and the priest and levite that were in all israel presented themselves to him from all places where they lived for the lead. Bytes left their common lands and their holdings and came to judah and jerusalem because a boom and his sons cast them out from serving as priests of the lord and he appointed his own priests for the high places and for the sater's for the cavs which he had made and those who had set their hearts to seek the lord. God of israel came after them from all the tribes of israel to jerusalem to sacrifice to the lord the god of their fathers they strengthened the kingdom of judah for three years they made rahab bomb the son of solomon secure for they walked for three years in the way of david and solomon the wives of ray-ban rehabilitation took as wife muth the daughter of jerem off the son of david and abigail the daughter of elliott this jesse and she bore him sons. Jewish shimura After her he took mauka the daughter of app. Sulum who bore him a baisha tie visa and shila meath rehabilitation love. Malka the daughter of absalom. Above all his wives and concubines. he took eighteen wives in sixty concubines and had twenty eight sons and sixty daughters and rehabilitate appointed by the son of maka as chief prince among his brothers for he intended to make him king and he dealt wisely and distributed some of his sons it through all the districts of judah and benjamin in all.

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"rabbo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"rabbo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"rabbo" Discussed on CATtales

CATtales

13:19 min | 1 year ago

"rabbo" Discussed on CATtales

"As well. But you know i do go on on on benches not knowing at all on stage when i'm gonna be doing and i do that in the studio to and so it's it's a mixture of thanks depending on on on on you know what kind of a summary this yeah and and and i suppose if you give yourself the freedom to express whatever's coming from within it almost takes you on a Let's say an uncharted path doesn't surprise could surprise you. What comes out restraining yourself. Yeah absolutely i and when we hit now especially once and wearing i go on the adventure in the middle of the You know. I always keep the the basics of what some An older you know the melodies that are important people know from strangers in the night or cetera et cetera. And we're not going adventure you know. It's a risk and i love. I love that risk. Because at that point i'm in the nal and nothing else exists And and i just go for it. And like i said sometimes it's backed up sometimes not as good as the day before But but it always fun to to to be a little bit kind of not knowing what's going to happen that's brilliant. I like the idea of you being in the now in the present because so often we're looking at what's to come aren't we. All we worried about the next thing. We've got everything going on in the only way to be really alive is actually in. That moment isn't it. It sounds to me like you've managed to capture that up -solutely very important. The now is for me the most important thing. Yeah i can see that the other thing that with strikes me and that conversation here. Michael is that you very much your own person. No this is come out through your career where you have obviously played with boundary. What school pins in ufo and you. You have the opportunity to play with z. how's it been important to you to maintain your solo career rather than being part of abandon. Now you will dish in for aerosmith for example they wouldn't necessarily allow you the same kind of freedom on the seeming absurdly. That's i love. I love all and and and i was his first choice as well Et cetera et cetera. So many through a you know oscar to play with them. But you know when i actually got to strangers of the knowledge. I realized that i had You know developed in you know my first step to the point that I was I wanted to move forwards. And actually i wrote the you know song when i was twenty one and seventy six lights out the became a hit. I got scared. I wanna way and and Because i thought the music this was expected me now to to write hits you know and people out of. He persuaded me to get back. You know you come back and read obsession and then So with with strangers. I'd than than you know. I left and then We have my brother from the scorpion. See he discovered. You know dollars that that that. I was available. They had with my tears with enough try album which they asked me not to to to help them and and so so i did and i made sure i had the contract with them for the left. Drive all of them You know just just for the you know should have been a picture on the on the on the cover You know left drives Opened the door for america for the scorpions. I did that. School would offend for folklorist mainly and and so once that was done they were so happy with the result. They wanted to keep me And they were very very disappointed when they could not keep me. Because i at that point. Ufo and scorpion. They running for fame and success and monday et cetera et cetera. And and i never had an interest in chasing something that i was interested in. If i would have stayed with you of oh would have been one of the biggest events in the world you know but that was not my point you know my was that I had to follow my own vision. My my vision was in the middle. The is to explore and then as an office and and do the pace. I couldn't have done with ozzie. And that's why i said no You know because. I'm not gonna copy You know what they had done before. I'm not a copy person. And i would never enjoy that Even though he was tempting. You know Selling out. I i never did. I was so i was so actually fortune That i actually the the desire to to to follow my own vision. The was so strong that i carried on and so in the middle years i became the experimental artist. I did name so many albums That people might not even know about it. On the michael schenker and the acoustic instrumental electric instrumentals and and you know contributions and all sorts of things and then then i came to the point should around two thousand eight. You know when. I when i realized that I was fulfilled with with that stuff. And and i had done everything i wanted to do. So i was complete At that point it actually I went back to when i was six in eighteen. Twenty you know started to You know be back to you. Know i love led zeppelin be problem and flexible et cetera et cetera. And and unless we west and and you know all of that And so. But but now i started with gary baden in the midst of beauty in two thousand eight and that was the beginning of my return to you know leave the experimental the extreme experimental michael schenker Damn everything was done. And and so i somehow i. I had the desire to go back to well. I was when i was sixteen eighteen twenty. And that's what i did You know that was. I mean i just i just went like Step by step all the way to you know having the the the microscope group was sagging phillips also from jeff beck and and then and those g with cozy powell and paul raymond and chris the cetera and and then there was even a group. You know that that that was. I must say everything actually micro sanca group you know because everything stocked with microsoft and so even You know i gave robin the 'em to keep the endless logo. I didn't care if i had the i am or not but it was Make all your saint. Who but it actually was michael. Schenker cool but It's good to have those Categories of those different names helps me. It helps defense through understand a witch micro linka crew. Are we talking about here. And and. Because i had so many lineups and And then i had microscope. Tampa loaf rock which was also mike group but it was a subtitle. You know. Mike temple of work subtitled detailed su That is with with how rabbo from some scorpions and dookie white from rainbow. And then it was micro sanca fast which says that That this is with the original thing. That's from the eighty s To my original compositions and so but that is also micro. Sanca grew but it has scott that that subtitle microsoft fast. And so you know. And now i'm i'm at the Micro sanca fifties on the roads. We immortal and and It's it's it's also microscopic. Because everything i do is micro senka before that because it's you and isn't it you bring it over the right people at the right time to deliver what your vision is in the music at. That's how i see it while everything that in my life is based on circumstances like i said i live in an all and i deal with what's going on right now and they some the circumstances i am in At that point You know thinks coming out of nowhere. I mean eight. Everything always just develops based on circumstances. And and it's not you know like a big mazda plan anything. Because i i go by now and look around and see in the null what i need to now. Yeah amazing. i've asked gray. It also sounds to me like the right things that coming to you but the right time to take you on the journey that you need to go. I think that's very special because you'll being led by. Let's say the universal whoever and and it's actually it's working for you isn't it. It's taken you in some fabulous places is taking to some great journeys and bathe some fighters people that you can now call upon as friends but also colleagues to play in your band. I i am absolutely guided by something beyond myself. Yeah i could see that s incredible and it sounds like it's also materializing from the from. The inside was that way your album. You'll new. Let's talk about your new album immortal. Is that where your title comes from. Because at is about mortality immortality. The bigger picture. Tell me where the title came from the title. Funny funny title of the way came out was like i told you the story about marcus. Tiga and You know who said that he would have never been so actually. The title came from nuclear plots from from from I don't know who actually specifically came up with the taito But i guess it was an internal decision of nuclear laws and and because they offense. 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"rabbo" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"rabbo" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast

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"rabbo" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"rabbo" Discussed on The World at Large

"Saudi led coalition in yemen once again attempts to unify the israeli knesset dissolves leading the country into new elections a new strain of covid nineteen and the president of leg. It's fine thirty five hundred dollars for not wearing a mask. This is the world at large. We are politics one thousand and one. Thank you for tuning into this episode of the world at large. This show is free for everyone and to keep it that way. Consider supporting us. Through the link in our description you can support us by leaving a review subscribing and sharing with a friend as well now without further. Ado please enjoy this. Episode of our podcast. Hello everybody welcome to another episode of the world at large josh. You know is the most wonderful time of year and you know what that is. Oh i have an idea of. Why is it because it's christmas coming up. No it's because this marks the end of our first year doing this podcast to that's pretty cool. That's true i any. I didn't even think of that. But thank you guys. If you've been listening entire timing. I mean that's only happened. We really really appreciate when you guys. Listen to this. Podcast sappy on me. Now get into yemen gay-pied of so yemen. I'm going to be talking about yemen today. And i'm gonna be doing something a little bit unique in that is going to be doing a huge dive into kind of the background knowledge. Because i find that it's a lot easier to understand the situation going on in the country when you have understand the geopolitical landscape and yemen. Oh my god they. They just love their geopolitical problems. Because everyone has their own political party they all have their own agendas. Every coalition is fighting a civil war within their own coalition and. Yeah i mean it's it's actually very very intense. So that's i'm going to try to clear that up. There is news of course and that is that the new cabinet has been formed in the government. And this is a really big deal. Because the southern transitional council into the internationally recognized government led by president. Abed rabbo months or haughty. He's the internationally recognized president they actually formed a coalition and they're also in a coalition against the who fy rebels. so why are they forming. A coalition of there are already in a coalition. Well that's why it's a big deal because a broke down in doesn't really work So that's a big deal. But i'm going to kind of explain the background of where why we lead up to this point. What's going on all the tensions because it's important to have this knowledge going forward. It's important for you guys to understand what's going on an expectation that i will have that you guys know the knowledge a little bit in the future. Because it'll just be easier for me to go dive into topics when i need to. We'll be having a test next wednesday next. Yes exactly so pay attention. I think it's it's taking notes. Yeah if you're driving take notes. Okay get into it all right. So let's go ahead. So both of these groups are in a coalition against hutu rebels backed by iran and again both of these groups are some transitional council also known as the stc and president hadi's government who is the internationally recognized government that is supposed to be located in yemen. But it's not right now and they are in a coalition against the hutu rebels. Which again are backed by iranian government. However there's been a lot of infighting within that coalition that coalition again being. Stc haughty so ever since the capital of saana which the capital of yemen. It's not it depends on who you're asking what. The actual capital of yemen is the internationally recognized capital of is to not in that city fell in twenty fourteen to the rebels. Battle of It's on wikipedia. Really goes into a lot of detail. It's quite interesting but to sum it up these one. They took the city of sonata from the government. And that it. At the time that was controlled by president hadid internationally recognized president at that that would just shifted the power balance completely because all of a sudden the the central government of yemen base from which to operate from who did while the government in the south of the port city of a wishes one of the more wealthy urban hubs in yemen. Um to has one of the lowest poverty rates in the country by. That's kind of where the balance for the the power balance for the coalition shifted. Because you had these rebels. And you had the southern transitional council you had the president haughty and they got along kinda but they. They both agreed. Stc and hoti Who these were bad. We do not like iran and so when santa fell all the sudden audie was kind of like. Oh well i don't really have my capital anymore in so in that same year. The southern transitional council or again the stc declared independence from the government. I'm so before. They were kind of just had they operated mainly within the city of aden in the south and they kind of just stayed there but after off. They're like well look at this. Look we can just kind of do what we want now. We he's gone. He's no longer in power and so they had their own. They had their own party and they declare independence and they center the place governor again around the port city of aden in a forcibly exiled the internationally recognized government of present haughty so haughty senate fell. He's like oh transitional council. I just love you so much. You're my friends. Just let me and give gimme a nice room to run the country from or like. Yeah haughty no. You can go have fun in saudi arabia. And so they kicked him out in hoti fled to riyadh saudi arabia. Flattery could get you anywhere. Yeah so now. He's in the he's still. There is still in riyadh into last year in two thousand nineteen as an effort to counter the increasingly powerful militias power sharing agreement was signed between the stc in president haughty but it was not held up as well as expected because Since high he does not want the southern and wealthier part of yemen. To secede from the war-torn country. His haughty has a thing where he wants him to be united around the city of soon. That's his capital and he likes that he likes you together. The southern transitional council again declared independence. They want to go back to. What was there in the soviet union where you had the northern more conservative yemeni state in the southern part of yemen was communist ally. The soviet union in the sec does not necessarily want communism but they want a more secular state..

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"rabbo" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

08:05 min | 2 years ago

"rabbo" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"That were squashing all the revolutions and like you know the good thing. This is one thing. I will say about those bills. They stick to themselves because they know is crazy as shit. They say they know that they brought this shit out into real life. They get to ask thanksgiving dinners like what the people don't. There's no way that have family talk like this. He identities entities. Hit any guys. I have no idea how to look like notre names people into space who have never seen one another before they build their identities. So he's crazy stuff that i've found single. Spn blames single mothers and black women for black on black crime. Because i point to be honest not just as everyone. I give you an idea. The idea is that There's one quote how many black men would be doctors lawyers engineers if not for black women making them be thugs to get laid so responsible for back on crime and the idea is that they don't wanna be thugs right but are like you need to hear doug or you get laid. So he's a damn and ready to go. I was rated invent a vaccine. But i gotta go shoot puking ray ray if i wanna get laid aso near finish no i was just gonna say is do. These people actually live in black communities this epilogue. They don't know any black people to say things like that question. The first question is some do some. Don't some of the people who complain about lack of but most don't live like among white people. Now ashley still complain about it. They go back to the crime. Peace talks pointing the master and spn is the idea that the majority of black men are prison because of black women. In the that black a black crimes is facilitated by black men tried to impress black. Women factor is one conqueror. Names animals cluj who argue that in cities with a low segregation index like seattle portland. Not daylight will black on. Black crime is low because black men have more assets to generally interact with non black women totally ignoring that. They'll city are not as segregated so of course crimes little more like interracial also murtha werlin and he's lying for you to name all the cities i start to see your head but here i was is rationale about how many content creators are there. Would you say some people flow in elizabeth's but if you had to guess i would say i would say the best one hundred two hundred. Maybe are two hundred but i will say one hundred hundred would be a good guess. Which channels the go-to to keep track of the most stuff. Because i figure you can't follow all one hundred so you have to a small fraction that you feel generate the most crazy stuff like what if somebody goes on the rabbo hole. Why would be. They a couple of people to start work. Because i was. I couldn't figure it out. So some tinkerers have or contents Major contact raiders of three main event. Big mammals fear. People is a one person angry man. O do jackson and me obsidian ali now to follow motu jackson. He does most pop culture now. He doesn't really handles panels. We reduced to a whole lot of people. Now there are people who have small followings but does generate a lot of craziness over meal mir pronounce his name break of. He's very popular 'cause he promotes pump and dump. So he's like thirty one year old guy who advocates just sleep with women and just stop just cut him off well into your forties and fifties sometime. Wonder what's going to happen in the future. But as a former pimp for foreign military former star was revealed by recently itself just came told him so he said he was in but can't really elaborate a semi found deals like some amateur pornography. Yes all it was. bernard riley's another guy. He's not he's not like fringe himself just as pales kind of get wacky and you'll get introduced to a lot of maintenance fear individuals like that. The best person is bad but strike for funny. Can't believe the guy's for real. I mean one really believes everything. He is so thirsty for why why women. I've never seen anything like it before. I mean He's he's in the matrix like really hard. You know a scary though. I think these algorithms. 'cause i remember when you to kinda i got poppit and i kinda thought i saw tun of videos just back and forth just hating black women i think at the time was tommy. Sotomayor was like one of the big ones. And i saw an over and over again. I see these videos than the hip hop message boards and actually people sharing arguing and debating. An honestly i was eighteen. Nineteen it made me feel me feel really bad. Like bad about myself. Legitimately thought black men felt this way. 'cause i had never seen a conversation like that so added to so maybe hours live in a bubble in you know. I was oblivious and naive. Here's the real world this is. This is way bigger than just my neighborhood. So maybe this is what black men really think. And i think that's dangerous mixture. Wanted to if that's how divestitures stuff got born. What if some young girls you know who are on the internet. All day themselves Stumbled on this. And then they're like no fuck these dues on youtube. It's kind of inevitable. You're gonna count especially black youtube. You're pretty much gonna cowardice guys. Because one thing they do they gravitate to a lot of different content creators who are mantle sphere individuals in. You'll be relied chats. And sometimes they might appear on their show they might invite them to their show. If that one guy can samuels yes he kind of blew up. Recently from the black mantle sphere. He doesn't do it as much now. But originally a lotta of mods may fear individuals and sometimes you get shutout sort of at a tag. I've found that guy sent it to ken. I was very surprised that is follower. Count like he was. We don't change the content. that's why he's more like mayes fingers in cologne. He was in fear but he didn't really do manage. Fear content like that is more fragrance and cologne any change into more like dating adviser. He has blown up sense. Yeah he's still use a lot of red pill talking points at a show to is. He gets back woman to call up. I'm i'm worried he's women's objecting. He's abusive to the people. That paul and then be a black woman keep calling for advising he just calls him old washed up and whatever and he. He seems to have a female following. Yes yes oh. I love a good comment on one of my channel said someone who wanted to call trying to change the minds of some to male listeners. Black are like this Very few people are trying to get like legitimate life advice. Now say some. Two callers are like down lager at a low point. Life is kinda pretty obvious. It's an interesting shows using call but so so do you think they can get up on kind of sadomasochistic aspect of it. Because i've seen that with some people's callers some people's call it a scene to like almost like the way people like any by don rickles at a show like some people seem to enjoy like having their face rubbed in the dirt. I think some people call challenge meals here love the show because they usually take cliff from that and use that as content to try to argue with all black women are like this. Black woman delusional. This white pumpido etc man. There's there's i've written some other funny things Actually we i'll let you ask something. I wanna find a particular quote a video that aaron. So so do these guys ever like have maybe battled out with investors. What is that look like..

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"rabbo" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"rabbo" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"From the weather tight windows studio money, all right. Way to give him sleeping. I guess you just have to go wake him up now. Won't you 2.5 Bone studios in ST Peter's Florida It's droog Arabo. Welcome Tio True carob alive on a Monday I am John setting she is Micah Rotunda. That's May droop Rabbo. I believe he will be here just because I'm a sucker for building anticipation and keeping secrets. I'm not going to unveil any of the details of where he currently is,.

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"rabbo" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"rabbo" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Issues. They've been painting murals on the floodwall in Newport. They've got one done. And they're planning several more. One of them. Unveil over the weekend honors General James Taylor. He is the man who founded Newport was instrumental in the development of northern Kentucky back in the late 17 hundreds. They say he's pretty significant in the history of northern Kentucky. That's why they chose him. However, questions are being raised because General Taylor was a slave owner. A spokesperson for the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. And I did some research. I guess on his life, said at the time that he died in his will Hey own 40 to 50 slaves. The Freedom Center is questioning why city would honor someone like that, given the current climate and given how people are cities across the country are taking down statues and moving tributes to slave owners. But city of Newport says that He was instrumental in the development of northern Kentucky, and they feel that it's appropriate. The first meal that was painted was something that recognizes the city's African American heritage. That's one that you can already see. Right there. If if you're coming off the bridge before 71 Bridge and pulling in a Newport seems to hit that stoplight. It's a straight ahead well, general terror will also be part of the Taylors South Gate Bridge would think I would think that that's named for him. And who knows what else in northern Kentucky, But yes, the That's definitely the case, all right. Coming up Our news six o'clock. We will talk about the battle over the president's pick for the Supreme Court. And he says it's not fair to criticize her. Just because she's Catholic. We'll have those details. 15 minutes, these radio seven wlw time right now is 5 48 will be off to London hearing a bit. We have Tom River standing by and I do believe I don't think of it. I haven't double check that. But I would assume we have Tom Rivers on standby. And no, we don't Julia McFarland, and she can talk up a storm. Recorded address before the U. N Over the weekend, the prime minister there, Boris Johnson laid out a plan for preventing the future global pandemic and she will have all All of the information that we need on that in a scant few minutes, all here, 700 wlw five left a jug and yes, it is. You know those rebels out there in Berkeley? The rebels. Rabbo, as you call them, have now passed an ordinance to ban Candy being celled sold at the checkout aisle. Which is have every supermarket in America as candy at the checkout aisle, Maybe healthy, check out ordinance banning Items with a certain amount of sugar sort of assault. You can't have those anymore. Wow. He said. See placement of unhealthy snacks near register increases the likelihood the customers will purchase these food and drink items. When will power is weak? At the end of a long shopping trip? You think they climbed Everest or something? They put some groceries just as kill this guy ever go to the grocery store hungry. It starts long before the transfer. When will power is weak? At the end of a long jumping triple you poor baby before a lot of background. Get over here about some lip balm. Go ahead. Amassing. The decision affects 25 cities, supermarkets, including Whole foods, Safeway, CVS, Walgreens and all those. Oh, my They have first. They're proud to be first, a lot of different things. They were the first American City to pass a soda tax and to remove gendered language. They stopped using the word manhole, But it doesn't say what they replaced it with. Human access Center is something I don't know. Oh, but, yeah. Him. Worn out after going up and down aisles and putting things in Cart with wheels on money, tougher workouts and that I'll tell you when you what is it when your will power is low? Placement. One healthy snacks register increases Likelihood Customers will purchase these.

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"rabbo" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"rabbo" Discussed on 600 WREC

"An I Heart Radio podcast preview. He has been called to an adventure. His heart aches to go. His family says no. He knows his destiny is out there wistfully. He scans the horizon. Breeze tussles his hair. Dusk is approaching. He watches the sunset he watches to Sun's setting. In 1977 movies changed forever, and so did the hopes and dreams of a generation. All because of one man and his imagination. The cosmic clash of good against evil a long time ago in a galaxy far far away. This is the story of that man in his dream. People who made it happen and the people who did their very best to stop it dead. It was made on a shoestring and dumped into a handful of theaters and then It changed the world. This is a seven part deep dive, inspired by an unforgettable classic movie from wondering, I'm Mark Ramsay. And this is inside Star Wars. Listen and follow this podcaster free on the I Heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one call for a special session concerning lawsuit protections for business against covert 19. In the news at 12 30, these radio one open by W. I really thought that was going to be a home run. It was it was Paul. Why Rick, who was the chairman? A council on national policy that invited me. And he was he was one Hank of a conservative mover, shaker and organizer and I remember I went up after dinner, and I apologized, explained how I had screwed up that I did not know the makeup of over half the audience and I ask for forgiveness, and I assured them that it would never happen again. And so important when the evening is over. We're walking out. Leaving the ballroom and it's crowded and I see Dr James Dodson, which tells me even more about the makeup of half a room. And he's got somebody with him that I said that that can't be that just can't be. I've just been reamed out here for right now. So I went up induced myself. Dr. Dotson Rush, please. I know who you are That woman, you just talk that look like Donna Rice. It, Wass. You have a problem with what? I'm I'm she had the affair with very hard plans that she has found the Lord Young man. Something you might wanna look into. Rabbo soon. Geez, I thought How did I have I stepped into it here. So I went and found wiring and I said Dodson is really still take Nono. No, no. Now they're having fun with you. But you have to understand that you got to be very careful about I said it had all the ingredients and had 10 Kennedy have had adultery have had, how will have fun with a great line. Those things are not funny. To a lot of people you need to understand. Okay, okay. So, Yeah, I tell that used to be that used to be one of the the opening lighthearted parts of every rush to excellence. Tour appearance that I did OK when we come back. We have. We have to get back to your phone calls. And we have Karl Rove elated, destroyed Biden last night on his narrative.

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"rabbo" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"rabbo" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Around nobody. Oh, don't do it. Don't do it was one of the way. Totally crazy. Goddamn money paid my brothers. I even got to say it. That's just something that no no, no, no. Yeah, Yeah. Get real is own arrives, Mother guys, I even gave him a chance. Abby Ellin. Now money over everything she wanted as when it got so I apologize in time. She says they Mr Drake, don't Sami, If they don't get a home village is like I got to be out. And still I can't not a bag that is so missing. You expressing out of village so Rabbo Zadi. It's not like all my Children and national thinking is about to come and make the kill it. I guess it really is. Just need myself and not my millions. You noted Jane even got like you won't make me catch a body like that is it isn't just a hobby like when they hear my play, and I even got to say it, you know? Yeah. Now get rid of his own arrived, Mother guys, I even gave him a chance. Talk about phase again. You 61 on Monday night, too. You two take circumnavigated clothes to Castro's You act like you've been alone with a big sign it so you could never hit my electric site. Catfishing. This is not a fish fried never switched sides. Don't get contacted by tomorrow. How did you do to never hurt like a Get in the version. I like a lot of birds. Did Inspector in Dallas to charm your way from intelligence That way. I know you wouldn't want a man like I never swear among your sonogram. Way things again buy you 61 money to text or make a knot down. Stop thinking about lady with a little water stretches like a local collector has to be in my ward fade and his daughter.

"rabbo" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"rabbo" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Reproduced. Actually see them. Sure no but that's great great and your latest book just to jump ahead you lay fouque's I think panic in Detroit or am I wrong. Is that the latest or is I missed some early. As as revised edition of material that was basically with research material left over from Puerto Rob also and this does dealt with the Detroit period against sign originally from Detroit. The fact that cruelly came to Detroit tried to stir the Supreme Grand Council. There was of great interest to me and I had gone to the Detroit Public Library in Mike refills of old newspapers and found. Just all these accounts of what of essentially this. I know this moral panic. That happened the Detroit around cruelly the the To found you though. Teo in Detroit and what happening is Doesn't as the bookstore that was distributing chrome books including new. Glue equinoxes. WanNa going bankrupt and be under accusations of the bookstore. Went bankrupt because of the equinox which was not true but then people are asking what was economics and what was his own thing and it got people thought it was weird. Love called and freaked and the post to inspect your gun involved and people thought the murder of you know dozen Taylor Director in California was somehow related and it. It's just really totally crazy but tracking down all these newspapers for front page stories about crony. Not Oh you know in in my hometown was to assume you just pulled together documentation on those newspaper articles. The correspondence Alastair Cruelly and his his parents Charleston Smell Jones and I kind of elaborated or expanded the section about this from Purdah Rabbo into a longer essay and that was without the color blue equinoxes journal in two thousand five. I think he has no booker's one hundred ninety pages of a primary source material and since then I against I found all kinds of additional information including transcripts of these. These bankruptcy trials and the prosecutors just kept coming back to bringing up crow in the equinoxes and all these stories of how did you meet crow away and when did you come to Detroit and what happened and and decide he at this age that there's information we didn't we had before but just to see extension which is like a dog with a bone that we're just not glad. Go Corey thing and so the idea that so much of this transcript was obsessed with Gro F I thought was worth sure and so now. The new edition incorporates that material and a bunch of other stuff fe. I act like a map of downtown Detroit area and tried to identify the different places the Masonic Lodge where Charleston's for Jones took his his craft degree. Initiations were various. People Live Bookstores. Were located and so on because the address system. Detroit actually changed in nineteen twenty two so if you tried to go to the addresses based on need her pre nineteen twenty two locations. Never find them right so we are just to throw out of just so though the new edition. That book is more than twice as long as the original on. So it's really again much much like the munition. Perdue Rabbo relatedness a completely different book from the first edition against this mass of primary source material about that to me very interesting time and then crow his past in.

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"rabbo" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"rabbo" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Like the the the regular tools on the desktop not anything. That's virtual Google Google's meat video. I didn't even know about this. Google's meat video APP gets G. INTEGRATION. That company says two million new users a day were added recently is demand video meeting ramps up among the G. Suite users so meet it is the rebranded version of hangouts. Meat is available part of Oh Google's G. Suite which now at six million paying business customers I am a G. Suite paying business customer maverick. Abd Rabbo says account. I have a couple of accounts as well for my stuff so so I have to check that out so google meat video APP if you're G. Suite users available for you to use as well one thing. I haven't had success recently is using slack. Video tried to do a couple slack. Video calls it hasn't worked out real well so I don't know what's going on. Their facebook is revealing a gaming apt to rival twitch in Youtube So facebook launched dedicated gaming APP plan. Instead the accelerate launcher drector sponsor cove in nineteen epaulets USERS. Follow High Profile gamers which watch live gaming streams and leave comments will interacting with the rest of facebook. Facebook it also lets gamers broadcast their own smartphone screen off. Facebook remains the largest social network. It has struggled to compete against dominant players twitch and Youtube and comes a game streaming in east sports so it's up until now facebook's gaming brands accessible as a tab inside the mean facebook as an independent website. The company said the APP. The standalone APP was focus gaming only experience APP which has been tested Asian Latin America for about a year and a half has launched on Google play APP store.

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"rabbo" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"rabbo" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Two technology from Nutrien ag solutions Dr crop consultant or learn more had OPI dot acts slash step up a lot of cattle producers not very happy with the way the live cattle futures are acting right now all the mercantilist strange and as a result we want to talk about that with don close senior analyst for animal protein for Rabbo Agra finance is a futures market getting less relevant or is it just predicting how bad things could be where you want it on the six million dollar question I remember your good are are you know is it is it west relevant I'm really by that thanks really what with what we've seen over the last two months the the need for risk management is probably the greatest and several bands so that leaves us so good okay there's a perception out there that there's that much risk in the market I think just the uncertainty of the former and and the risk that the market saw what happened if we close below the baseline that uncertainty has forced prices lower than in my opinion what they didn't get to go as a result of that there have been to call first off we've had on record in a record level by level when the man saw it when called for the guy who was aired but it could be there in those records contract that it makes it virtually impossible for somebody by any replacement cattle at a price level that they can hedge at the time the barring of yes I think that basically issues man totally out of hand I would like to I think we need to take a look at the market and see if it if it's working as well eighty three but I don't think it's lost control of gun close with rival Agra finance and that's reform news on talk.

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"rabbo" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"rabbo" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"You know all you have to put that out there you know as far as the way he speaks he's been speaking that way since the eighties he really everybody really was the first reality TV star he said exactly many successful television shows the apprentice was number one so nobody had a problem with the way he spoke for all these years now suddenly and now there's a problem with the way he speaks yeah I get it I will yeah I got it I got it heather thanks for the call the New Jersey one a one point five I don't even want this job this job in today's day and age you know today's day and age is an over used expression this being used to the generations but I want to going forward how presidents are going to deal with social media and the fact that you know it's it's out there twenty four seven the people who don't like you are going to be on your **** twenty four seven whether it's trump for the next guy the next guy in the next guy this is the news you know the new America robs in Hardin county a New Jersey one one point five Rabbo he died good how are you fantastic I used to work for him I was contractor in the building industry did a lot of work for them by over a ten year period was probably one of my very best customers he wasn't always the nicest guy but you hear stories about him not paying people I never knew anybody that didn't get paid the you guys came situation always got paid and we were a small company lay out if you could just step anybody you could expect us but he never stopped us in my back but sometimes jobs you know we choir work to get done outside of the scope of of the contract and you know sometimes project managers but refused to pay you even though you know because you didn't have a change order thank you to do the work prompt you know I as map one time I actually had to physically call him personally he took care of it I will have to it was a good guy yeah all right but he was a good guy mode you settle the start of a although I do I just banker my did you don't help good job which vehicle was sometime playoff weeding and just do what he does I think he's doing good stuff but you know people don't always like the way he speaks and yeah that is what it is but he did less of that just continue to do all the things he's doing I think deep tissue and to get reelected I think you'll get reelected either way but I think you know some people get just turned off by the way he speaks yeah I get that right that right thanks to call the New Jersey one a one point five you said do what he does the tweeting is what he does one of the many things he does Chris is in Toms River New Jersey one or one point five Hey Chris Hey Steve how you doing good how are you I'm doing good I would immediately thank him and tell him that I think he's done a great job and that is one of the most inspirational leaders that I've ever seen because no matter what the Democrat party throw down and he just keeps winning you know most people were cracked under this pressure and Hans did by section and each other it's coming out on top I find it very very inspirational thanks for the call the New Jersey one a one point five you have to have a really thick skin going forward if you're going to be the president of the United States whether it's Donald Trump reelected or whoever gets the job here going forward it's not the way it used to be let's talk to well barbers in Mays landing on New Jersey one a one point five I barber Hey how you doing good how we you I'm great so I would hello thank you thank you thank you and the two things I am the proud of that he has accomplished it he educated us about how horrible the media is and how he has really shown us that it is really this one has to be drained and I like the fact that he stands up for America and he doesn't back down and they'll take the fight reverie has to take the fight so I'm I'm happy with them I hope he gets reelected and I'm proud that he's my president thanks for the call to New Jersey one a one point five every guy Linda we got Joe we got barber one eight hundred two eight three eight one a one point five if you want to get the vaccines as well but tell me president trump come in Wildwood if you had a chance to meet him you had a chance to look him in the eye and say something chance encounter what would you say to the commander in chief the leader of the free world it's putting.

Yemen's government, separatists sign deal to stop infighting

Pacifica Evening News

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Yemen's government, separatists sign deal to stop infighting

"Yemen's internationally recognized government signed a power sharing deal today with southern separatists backed by the United Arab Emirates the deal aims to end months of infighting in the nation's south the two groups are alliance against Yemen's who the rebels but their deadly clashes of exposed to potential rift in the anti who the bark and threaten to further destabilize the Arab world's poorest country Saudi Arabia state TV broadcast the signing ceremony in the Saudi capital Riyadh as were Yemen's president Abed Rabbo months or Hyundai is in in exile since twenty fourteen when the who sees took control of the capital sanaa and much of northern Yemen today's power sharing deal allows for president Hadi to return to southern Yemen envisages a new cabinet a copy of the deal obtained by the Associated Press also shows the separatists agreed to disband their malicious which would be integrated into hardy's forces within

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"rabbo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"rabbo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Thank you for coming in studio coming up on Colorado's morning news group talk about an Aurora ballots in Adams County that well it is not correct them after recent about that story in a moment first checking your drive those let's start on the north side really pressed or that I twenty five Johnson for their so many construction zones around the metro area and that's one of our north on I twenty five up your jobs it's quarter but that crash in the construction zone speed up reporting it's now gone your backup start at birth itself but I twenty five coming down past I seventy six still pretty every other downtown drive is pretty jammed up I looks like you're getting better on that stuff drive along the foothills was bouncy for seventy at approaching two eighty five so a little bit slow through there but that crash being taken care of also the grass on the eastbound I. seventy that ramp to thirty six young feel is in the clean up stage a rest your driver's twenty just really really slow eastbound I. seventy still heavy from federal over like twenty five and I'll tell them to seventies load up in both directions that eastbound I. seventy I. I two seventy Dr really hampered by the construction the read later on I seventy backed up that commerce city drug westbound I. seventy six still fall through commerce city getting down to the of that area downtown you're still pretty happy about twenty five getting into downtown these about six that you still loaded up from watch were southbound two to five in the thick center heavy vital to the south and I twenty five every heavy from Santa Fe it's still got westbound Arapahoe shut down between call back at Holly that water main break the just will not go away your drive all it's gonna be hampered by that again today so used dry creek instead of westbound Rabbo this report is sponsored by your local Ford store for truck but it's a time to get a great deal of the best selling truck for forty two years straight Ford F. one fifty or four super duty the structure bill better bill struggle built Ford tough it's truck month America join the stampede your local Ford store today next update at ten minutes on.

News in Brief 16 July 2019

UN News

03:45 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 16 July 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations ahead of a key expert meeting at the U._N.. To decide whether to declare the ongoing Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo and International Health Emergency U. N. CHILDREN'S FUND UNICEF warned won't that the epidemic is infecting more children than earlier outbreaks to date. There have been more than two thousand five hundred cases of infection and to nearly one thousand six hundred seventy people have died in the D._R._C. Provinces of cheery and North Kivu. Making it the worst outbreak the country has ever faced and the second largest epidemic on record. Here's at UNICEF spokesperson Marex mcaddo. This outbreak is affecting more children than previous outbreaks of Ebola as the seventh of July lie there had been seven hundred and fifty infections among children. This represents thirty one percent of total cases compared with about twenty percent in previous outbreaks. Meanwhile the World Health Organization confirmed that an emergency meeting on the outbreak. DOC will take place on Wednesday afternoon in Geneva. The aim of the encounter is for D._R._C. Representatives you in health experts and partners to decide whether the situation warrants declaring an international emergency. This is the fourth time the emergency panel will I'll have met during the current outbreak and it follows confirmation that the disease has been identified in Goma a city of two million people on the border with Rwanda obesity among populations of Small Island Developing States is a health emergency see made worse by climate change the U._N.. Food and Agriculture Organization or F._A._O.. said on Tuesday according to the agency one in two adults is obese in many small island communities in Polynesia and Micronesia while on average. Rich obesity levels in people from small island states are sixty percent higher than elsewhere citing climate change as a key factor in degraded land and Ocean Resources F._A._O.. Believes that this has led to dependence on imported foods that are ultra high in salt salt sugar and fat and extremely high levels of overweight and obesity speaking at the one thousand nine hundred nine high level political forum in New York F._A._O.. Director General Jose Graziano da Silva also noted that paradoxically levels. Of Hunger or undernourishment are also higher in these small island states than globally to address both hunger and obesity in small island nations. Mr Graziani Dasilva said the one way they could do this was by making better use of marine resources by tackling tackling illegal unreported and unregulated fishing and finally to Yemen where the U N has announced that a deal has been reached with both parties at war over the key red seaport of data in a statement the U._N.. said that it had brought together. Gather delegations from the government of President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi and Hootie opponents on board a vessel on the high seas offer data. This was their first face-to-face meeting since February the U._N.. Statement continued adding that deep belligerence took stock of their earlier agreements on the redeployment of forces from her data. They also agreed on new measures to reinforce a ceasefire and de escalation which is to be put in place as soon as possible by the United Nations Mission to support the HIDETO agreement after more than four years of war. Yemen is in the grip of a humanitarian disaster with millions facing famine in a related development the U. N. special envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths has continued to push for an end to the conflict after flying to the.

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News in Brief 12 July 2019

UN News

03:55 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 12 July 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations reports that airstrikes have hit several health facilities in northwest. Syria have been strongly condemned by the U._N.. Secretary General in a statement Antonio Gutierrez said that one of the damaged facilities included a large hospital in merit Al Numan whose coordinates had been shared with belligerence through the U._N.'s deconfliction mechanism the development follows an escalation of violence since April lip. The last opposition held in clave in the country some. I'm at three million people live there many of them displaced by clashes between government and opposition fighters highlighting the impact on non competence Mister Gutierrez insisted that civilians and public buildings must be protected in line with a twenty eighteen deescalation an agreement overseen by guarantors Russia and Turkey the U._N.. Secretary General also insisted that those responsible for carrying out serious violations of international humanitarian law should be held accountable the U._n.. Human Rights Office O._H.. CHR. Char- said on Friday that it is deeply alarmed at death penalty sentences handed down to thirty men in Yemen's capital sonner noting credible allegations of torture and ill-treatment in an appeal to the defacto U._C.. Authorities INSANA. Did you dismiss the likely politically motivated charges O._H.. H._R.. Spokesperson Ravina Chamdo Sunny said the most of the men were academics. Students and politicians affiliated with an opposition movement Ms Chamdo Sanni who noted the U._N.'s is it longstanding objection to the death penalty also explained that the men had been detained and reportedly prosecuted without respect for Jew Process the arrests also took place without warrants for the most part and they were held without being. Brought to a court for several months up to a year in many cases there were arrested at various points as you said two thousand sixteen charged in two thousand seventeen and since then there have been several hearings on my understand they may have been up to thirty nine hearings but at no point where they given given a proper chance to present a Defense Saana in the west of the Arabian Peninsula state has been under the control of the WHO tease since late twenty fourteen after they drove out forces loyal to President Abd Rabbo Mansour Howdy from March twenty. He fifteen until the end of June in two thousand nineteen. H H has documented seven thousand six hundred fifty nine civilians killed and twelve thousand three hundred and five injured in the ongoing conflict it said on Friday since fighting escalated more than and four years ago conflict between the belligerents has created a humanitarian disaster for the people of Yemen in large part owing to blockades on imports of food fuel and medicines through key Red Sea ports such as Hodeida in June the World Food Programme W._F.. If pay began a partial suspension of Tucson and other Hootie held areas of Yemen after efforts failed to prevent aid being diverted from those needed it most according to W._f._p.. Three quarters of people in Yemen who do not have reliable access to food some nine million people are in areas controlled by tees and finally the Human Rights Council has urged the Philippines government today more to prevent extrajudicial killings linked to its campaign against illegal drug use in a close vote. The forty seven member council adopted adopted a resolution which expressed concern that since President Rodrigo deter announced his so called war on drugs in two thousand sixteen there have been allegations that thousands of people involved with the drug trade and drug use have been killed the resolution which was adopted on.

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Can DNA testing show us what food to eat?

FT News

04:59 min | 3 years ago

Can DNA testing show us what food to eat?

"Consumer market and DNA testing kits focused initially on tracing ancestry. But in recent years, there's been growth in areas such as personalized medicine for the future food series supported by Rabbo Bank. Darren Dodd has been testing some of these products, and he spoke to FT science editor club cooks and a neuroscientist Miguel Toribio Mateusz about how useful they are. Subplot you've been Las batching at it testing. And exemplifications of the is it little potted history of where we are. It's more than fifteen years since antecedents worked out, the basic human genome, all our DNA and began to work out. What individual bits of it? The jeans did for our health for our lives are appearance everything it's ten years or so since that information began to enter the consumer arena through several companies, but by far the best known brand is twenty three and me. They've now got many many millions of customers who look at everything to see their ancestry through to propensity to develop all sorts of diseases and the companies do give you medical and health advice. But one of the fos- disc growing areas of application is indeed into dot health and shopping, what should you buy? To maximize your chance of living a healthy. Life says quite young Marquis so Miguel. What's the scientific view these kind of products? How useful are they? They're useful as a provider of pieces in jigsaw. So you might in your health as a complex excel with an image of London. A few pieces of the jigsaw. Are actually missing on what these companies are doing is providing you anything from one piece of that jigsaw to several pieces depending on how much you do to change your health and lifestyle nutritional lifestyle. So some people will find one pays very useful. Some people may need several pieces to actually do something with information. But in general, I think that information can be very useful for people to make positive changes to their health. Darren euro ready again, a pig on some trials of some of the latest dot and health genetic consumer tests. That's right. Well, I'm enrolled onto trials a minute. Then the first one is nichole DNA nudge. Which as the name implies analyze your cinetic makeup and tries to Steve's foods that best compliment that makeup be works by a respond which scans the barcode of the product. And then gives you results red or green or a neutral signal. That's currently being trolled with waitress to see if it can help customers in the fight against diabetes. So I went down to waitressing Westland in this week and spoke to Chris to Mizzou the company's CEO, there's this whole bar FINA. Now, Iran director consumer genetics people buy these kits. They send this alive or off to a lab, they wait several weeks, and they end up with generally uninterrupted information, and that is actually caused a bit of skepticism around these technologies even GP's find this information hard to translate. So what we've tried to do at DNA nudge is demystified the whole process on a small little cartridge. We can take a saliva sample and with. Thin twenty minutes. We can then translate your medical genetics focused around nutrition in particular and determine what food is good or bad view based upon your DNA. And it's not saying that you should eat bananas instead of biscuits 'cause we know those sorts of diets don't work the best diet as we all say is the dire. Edo no, you'll have him. So affectively what we tried to create is a nudge in device saying to people look, this is your natural behavior. These are the sorts of products that you like, and you're going to buy them any way, but we're giving people more choices and a healthier choices within that range. We're not actually looking for genes that the Termine what you can metabolize or not. We're actually looking at medical conditions where looking up propensity to particular conditions related to nutrition, hypertension, type two diabetes obesity for example, caffeine metabolism. These are the sorts of genes that we're really focused on now as I mentioned, you know, jeans, Adum your DNA is dumb. It's high lifestyle expresses those genes. So it's really just a a warn in. And your DNA is therefore guiding you it saying, look, you know, you can have biscuits. But actually, these are the better biscuits view based upon your DNA was sold. Peanuts might be a classic example, where he might now change what peanuts you eat because some of got more salt than others, which could be more important for you. Then shook a sensitivity.

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Fuel prices are rising again, as automakers pull back on sedans

02:05 min | 4 years ago

Fuel prices are rising again, as automakers pull back on sedans

"The federal reserve is expected to raise them again next month the fed governors closed there may meeting this week keeping the status quo since they just raised the benchmark in march but the fed says the expanding economy justifies more rate increases this year gas prices keep rising to april's average was the highest in four years all thanks to hire global oil prices higher taxes and the more expensive summer blend gasoline's added together and this could be a painful year at the gas pump got to watch where i go now i've got to watch more travel and people will be watching where they fill up their tank loco stations like cosco macy longer lines while nearby stations charging twenty and fifty cents more gallon may be forced to lower their prices either way drivers will once again be looking for cheaper ways to travel whether driving more fuel efficient cars or simply readjusting their travel plans continued doing when i do i'll just rethink how i do it to make a combine them nbc's bob hansen reporting so why are suv's and up still selling so well given the higher gas prices analysts credit better fuel economy making them as or almost as efficient as sedans and more proof sedans are in trouble in the united states japan's largest car makers who all offered redesigned sedans this year all report a lousy april nissan's overall sales fell twenty eight percent honda was down over nine toyota almost five the few between the us and china over technology and telecommunications could escalate the wall street journal says the trump administration is considering restricting chinese companies from selling telecom equipment in the us based on national security concerns and a new analysis shows more people are switching to a new method of relaxation instead of wine they're choosing marijuana in the growing number of states where it's legal the rabbo bank analysis is the trend among both genders but especially among women the theory they're cutting down on the calories from alcohol consumption consumer and business news joe mcconnell nbc news radio and now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule what's going on sports fans it's me bald freak ronnie here is always.

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Short Report: 2018 Honda Civic Touring

02:28 min | 4 years ago

Short Report: 2018 Honda Civic Touring

"To travel whether driving more fuel efficient cars or simply readjusting their travel plans continued doing when i do i'll just rethink how i do it if i have to make a combined nbc's bob hansen reporting so why are suv's and pickup still selling so well given the higher gas prices analysts credit better fuel economy making them as or almost as efficient as sedans and more proof sedans trouble in the united states japan's largest car makers who all offered redesigned sedans this year all report a lousy april nissan's overall sales fell twenty eight percent honda was down over nine toyota almost five the few between the us and china over technology and telecommunications could escalate the wall street journal says the trump administration is considering restricting chinese companies from selling telecom equipment in the us based on national security concerns and a new analysis shows more people are switching to a new method of relax ation instead of wine choosing marijuana in the growing number of states where it's legal the rabbo bank analysis is the trend among both genders but especially among women the theory they're cutting down on the calories from alcohol consumption consumer and business news joe mcconnell nbc news radio i'll say democrats have been wanting to their entire constituency for a long time and i questioned that anyone is voting for the democrat party today and expecting a different result than what they have seen in the past i do question that decision and i intend to offer them a better alternative going forward kevin nicholson joined me earlier this morning on the dan o'donnell show explained the cognitive thought process controversy blasting the liberal group vote vets for manufacturing this controversy mocking cnn for making this a big deal and saying this is concocted by his political opponents when it was clear what he was referring to as i think can be reasonably inferred he was talking about the logical thought process that gets veterans to vote for a political party which clearly has since the iraq war and it became politically expedient to blast to the military as a way of blasting george w bush generally opposed everything the united states military did and to top that off a political party that sees itself as on by the constitution and rather looks to change.

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