20 Burst results for "Rageh"
"rageh" Discussed on Killer Role
"But in a verbal sense. So i take it seriously. I take it very seriously if somebody says to me that somebody harassed them director conducted her own in house investigation and asked win and her advocate and to take part but they were not willing to do that in the end. The director said she could not find any truth to any of the harassment allegations so the easiest thing was. We told her that we couldn't continued to have her perform in the show. Months would pass before aversa rageh would learn. That win wasn't win but a woman named tucker who was out on bail for killing her uncle and then for a little extra jolt. But what you already know. The woman win called her advocate. Her representative her aunt was actually her mother. Kelly and then we all sat there and went woke. that's weird. That's her mother. It's not her aunt. it's matter advocate. It's not a representative. It's her mother. Boy dodged a bullet. Please don't say that at that point. It was a joke but then it wasn't a joke. So yeah so it wasn't a joke but it certainly was dramatic and like most dramas. It contained the elements of surprise revelation. Call it the twist if you will open. I'm not talking about what's happened already know. The curtain was ready to rise on the final act. Next on killer rolled. They said we have some evidence. That's gonna prove this was self defense so we said okay send it to us and what was this amazing piece of apparently defense friendly evidence. Well imagine this was a video away and he pushes a button on his computer. My.
Interview With Author, Dan McCrory
"Are so dan. Thank you for taking the time to come on the show and talk to us. We definitely appreciate thank you. I take an opportunity now. We definitely appreciate it. So so then your story. I mean you got many layers from unions to being a political candidates author. So let's kinda start at the beginning talk about a career in telecommunications how did that how did the split a ma bell like affect you directly and i was gonna say but some of our younger viewers and watch. Can you explain it in just what my bill was. Chair ma. bell was World for a lot of people that work for the phone company and it was the same place to work. You never have to worry about your job going to weigh. It was going to be there for life and a lot of diets. He's gonna started that way. A lot of people. There are grandmother work their their mother worked there and then they work their in in their expecting their their daughter to work there but a lot of things happen around nineteen eighties. When was mci world com was trying to get into long long distance business. Because that's where the money was done and We eight hundred block everywhere they could so finally they sued in federal court and the federal court said. Well you can either give them all this money or you can just break up the whole thing no longer a monopoly or whether they call it ought oligarchy. Company agreed to that. and in the meantime. Nci went belly up. They're no longer around enjoying the spoils of their Lawsuit so it was a scary time. We were used to having to gloves and compete in the open market and A lot of companies went by the wayside more were gobbled up by seven companies are created in the wake of the waco. Rageh up there we go sorry. And so let's created all new world and eventually sbc on texas of mine everybody else out and They changed their name day g again because everybody knew that
What if when you took your hat off it was full of spiderwebs
"Hey there folks in welcome back to what if world the show where your questions and ideas inspire off the cuff stories. I mr eric your host. And today we're starting off with question from patriot named izzy crashed and could hat fourth buydell. Wild that is truly something. I've never imagined and it makes me want to check my hats. But first we've got one more question from miriam. Hello my name is. Miriam and i six years old. My wife question is what if the dog had a bike in how wings and fluid all over. What if city by dan you so much miriam but before i get to that i gotta shout out for james happy. Belated birthday james and hello to your little sister lucy. Liu i've got a big bit boop to oran from riverside california. He likes minecraft and legos. Well not a shout from owen. Who seven from of michigan. And he likes to play super. Mario arrive. Got me al out. Far from san francisco. She's eight years old and she knows how to spell jfk f. correctly j. f. k. a. Aol we spell out the now. Joe joe burrow seed while my lash out is atlas. Age eight from bellevue washington. Either very special final shout out to a grown up boy named rin rennes daughter. Abby wanted to give a shoutout to her father who absolutely loves legos playing with his five children. wow rinse. sounds like one. Lucky dad indubitably. Now let's find out what if when you took your hat off. It was full of spider webs. And what fred. The dog had a bike and it had wings and he fluid all over. What if city fair release was enjoying a dinner at home with her partner. Sprite and their daughter pixie cotto tonight they were breaking the dinner rules a little bit by having the radio on so they could hear who won the what. If world presidential election below those hero parody on the radio. Now papa lose. Voice came out of a tiny speaker in a little old fashioned radio box or i'd after a lot of kids voted all over the world. Although wetter i'll add slide is odds they for dramatic effect. Not because i misplaced the envelope as that as a buck barker oak mexico. Let's just ten the radio off and enjoy our dinner. Martha it's ever so important. Who looks after. What if we're gonna have to agree with pixie. Gato find but we're shutting the radio off and enjoying odd in a moment. He announces the president. While it's bad at excited two hours of may search out by house looking for the envelope. That good tapes. They answer to that question. You all bad. Asking all the search for the oval lopa. I forgot what my question was. Who's going to be president of farrelly. Did he hear me through the radio. I did just hair you through the radio. It's your day but they all below okay but you clearly me that time to anyone else who baby shower. They got their radio right now. Yes i did just it. Faira lease god bore boats by far that eddy other candidate. But i didn't know. I was running for president. Just dead farrelly's didn't even know. She was roddick. Ver- president laura. He must be able to hear me right. It seems likely mother. Yes all right. Let's set up all ladies. Gentlemen people of all kinds off giant on a magical creature of horror as just burst. Its way into my studio and snow. These into war of the worlds type peak. Dc's actually happening gotha go. How dare yo break at studio. This is very clearly a tool shed. The owen porter biker afforded. A place ed's a studio by jabba. Said so what i said. You said that the wherever microphone adds up odds studio. I said that to get you out of the house. Well i'd had a nice rageh must've been some mistake with the presidential election. What did you hear the will say ads right here. No amount of paper wrinkling would make me believe that. The people voted against. I didn't vote against a lot of them voted for you. They have it. I have of dow. I just tried to soften the blow. You lost you lost big time.
Managing Wildfire Through Cultural Burning
"So Lauren. You were telling us about how in February. You were heading out with a group of tribes from Northern California conducting a cultural burn very cool. But I, tell me how cultural burns are different from say. Or prescribed burns something I know the Forest Service does yeah. The service and other fire agencies they set controlled fires to, and that's for the vegetation they WANNA, get rid of it so that there's not too much that builds up because overgrown vegetation can make fires more extreme. Cultural burning it does that too but the tribes also do it to encourage certain plants to grow. Like the first thing that team did that day was actually a harvest, Oh yeah. They headed out to some tall bushes sour berries, which is also known as three Samak and you know this was winter. So there were these long spindly branches that were totally bare of leaves. So my mom is basket lever. That's why I meant Ragu Taras I'm reggae tears. Mahu Newnan Rageh Tears He. He's clipping. The longest straightest branches are used in traditional basket weaving and then after being harvested, the plant is burned to encourage more growth like that. All our basket material needs to be tended to in some way. So they need to be burned and then next year we'll probably have sticks that are sick seventeen, tom one year. fired. Oh. So does the fire burn the plant completely? Yes completely to the ground, and it really actually happens pretty fast but the rootstock stays alive. So you know after the spring rains come the plant will re sprout got in the harvest can kind of happen again. Yeah and I know some plants in California they're kind of used to being burned regularly. Yeah. Yeah. I, mean I think a lot of. People forget this but they're adapted to regular fires I mean historically, those are both naturally caused fires by lightning, and then there were fire set by tribes and Ron says they burned like this for Millennia to encourage plant growth also to shape the landscape to attract certain game for a lot of reasons when I was a kid I learned from my mother. My mother got in trouble when she burned because the fire department you know didn't want her doing what we're doing today. As you probably know white settlers had a very different take on fire they came with their concepts of being afraid to fire. Then, you didn't understand fire in the sense of the tool that it could be. To create and what it did to help, generate and rejuvenate the land. And let's not forget. There's a bigger history here when when white settlers arrived in California in the eighteen hundreds there was an intentional and violent campaign to destroy their tribal culture I spoke to Beth rose Middleton manning about that She's Professor of Native American Studies at UC Davis, and she brought her students that day to be part of a ceremony. There was actually a a bounty on California. Indian people The governor had announced a war of extermination. So you have all that. and. It really fostered removal settler ownership of indigenous lands. So tribal burning basically stopped and fast forward a couple of decades to the early nineteen hundreds, and that's when the federal government began an era of fire suppression. Please be careful with fire. That's the whole smokey the bear era, right? Yeah. Make, sure your fire is dead. Remember only you can prevent forest fires. Yeah. It's just interesting that the legacy of this idea that fire is always something that's bad and that has to be put out continued from settler colonialism onwards. Yeah. Definitely I mean up until the nineteen seventies the forest service had this rule they called the ten am rule it was basically that all fires should be put out by tanning him the next day but all that suppression, you know it caused a lot of vegetation to build up in California, the force became denser and that set the stage for extreme destructive fires. So fire matters of realizing that has to change and they started embracing prescribe burns a now we're slowly being open to cultural burning too. So that brings us to today where western states are grappling with how to manage wildfire season, and you're going to talk about how cultural burns kind of fit into that right and so ron and other tribal leaders have been trying to restore cultural burning for a while and you know not just teaching the concepts of people but actually bringing out the land to practice it, and that's not easy to do when the land is. No longer legally there's as as Beth rose described to me I think it's really important that we don't think about traditional burning as what information can we learn from native people about how they care for the land and then exclude people and move. On, with non natives managing the land, but the native people are at the forefront and our leading. Okay. So this event is maybe a way to do that. Yeah which is why Ron invited these government officials to participate and kind of get their hands dirty during the ceremony You know like Jennifer Montgomery she directs California's Forest Management Task. Force. So it's her job to figure out how to deal with all these overgrown for us and she was there helping light this fire in a big grassy field using a drip porch that was super empowering. I mean I think every woman should get a chance to use a drip torch is that like a flame thrower or something? Not Not. Quite It's it's like a watering can lighter thing that basically spilled out fire instead of water. That's pretty cool. So yeah yeah I mean by the time she was done there was this kind of giant line of fire that that kind of spread out pretty quickly across this entire field but remember this was February winters. So it the fire burned itself out pretty quickly. and. Then all that dried brushes
"rageh" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And everything. Personality. Some backlash. Whatever from other peers. They can texting. Whatever it takes to protect his legacy. I'm all for it. Because he gets backlash from his peers, because they're so jealous of what he has. You ever heard of a basketball player any athletes, saying this about a teammate a guy who's a former finals MVP himself, a guy who sacrificed more than any of the Hamptons, five? This was a perennial all star who at times scores two points off the bench is given it all up, so that he can be a part of this whole thing. We as observers know all the key moments. He's been a part of. And then here he is in the end worried about someone else's legacy. Andre Dala is flat out as great as they come. And by the way, a couple of years ago had the opportunity, courtesy of Michael Thompson to be down on the floor of the Laker warrior game. And brought my little guy who looks up to these warrior players, like nobody else in the world Steph came over signed his jersey. And while we were just sitting there watching the guys warm up here comes Andrei and had no reason to go out of his way. But does comes over taps him on the head sits there shares award them real quick. My son's still talks about it to this day took them three seconds. That's on Rageh Dala. Don't ever ever ever take that guy for granted. He's absolutely amazing on all fronts. Love that, dude. All right. Carl Glaser baseball America next on these sports later. Found.
"rageh" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"I got TV. I should probably use lies more. But my having yet. But yeah dies. So if you're watching this if you're listen to this RIP to all men that have dyes path knee. I think that brianna of tough is dying. Even though I really really really I want her Tiba clarity. What ahead to live happily ever? After Jamie, nine star and Ford just die. I also think that aria stop is gonna stab 'cause I don't know. She's have sexually. She finished up. New auction this accuser people see what she might. She might kill us. Then because I say that the whole episode she wasn't that shooting the premier fears, but kicked the night king sent his army to winter fill through two kings, London, take UC, but has. Panther reasons. She was not nervous when she was in there. But after they say in what women internal the scene shows. They didn't see the Nike because usually you always see the Nike Nike's distinctive. They're saying that he arrived the army winter from the white walkers the generals rather than to fail, but the Nike himself has driven vissarion. Rich. Yeah. I mean, John. Inter it you can even ride for Syria. It's a question of whether he's tug area. He's not because I think that the night king is brand the builder who built the wool. And so I thought you so beautiful when John. Vote basically Rageh grill because that's namesake of his father and. Drank on yet, the namesake of his father right out and essentially back in the day when the when the tug areas were ruling that were like, sister wives egg on all of these other people. They were just riding dragons. There was he was married. Two of his sisters one and one was like the one that he was slightly fucking onside looking and it was beautiful. And it was just like telling you literally. So I could fire blood which George are before the winter winter, and it's basically a book told by may STA about the talk Aaron lineage, and I'm telling you guys game of thrones is all about the tug Arians because locators whole series is all about John Sner. He's tar Garin. This whole thing started because the tug Arians overthrown by the Barra. Athens because you're proper thought that Leon was with regard, Hugh, stolen. She wasn't stolen. Liana was in love with Rageh gave bath jarred his rifle after I ever just mad. What will always be the child that whole this whole thing about pressure is now on jobs like yo have all these cases by don't want. It. Outweight? What is the thing is to tell me? I don't wanna be the thought I don't want that by weight. So now you telling me that I'm the king. He's gonna be a so much behind the Lord of because it's been almost. Relationship with the caveat here. The ad. I thrown he's act IRS rely on a she made snares who I feel sorry for Danny because her whole life. She told us she was air. But the now she's found out that it's John. That's why they actually do need to marry and restore the tug is dying. She didn't think Allman good it's my nephew or the people. What you think was in? Oh, it's my nephew the I was in. Oh, we are tell Gary if we can rule. Yeah. It was. Came to the. Wouldn't it be? She's been the one that's been told bordering. You want ministers even told you want to On write the for? air because your brother been dead because he was asked how you other right for you have been the biggest savior ever personally outside of all this year is for mad because everything they can take on the white walkers. What Danny has been making Astor poor marine cough. Yucai suitable for people..
"rageh" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"I was actually wanting Steph was going to be back from England or not and she was able to be back in time for me to be down here the Monday after her trip, and we're having a good time. And Nick, I actually got a provable this time. So it's not a problem. If you could hear it that's the sound of these stamp and or seal of approval from AP HR for this authorized, meet up. I think our mind is going to give me his stamp as well for the PT UK, folks. I hope as the new guy on PT UK, I have no authority whatsoever. Other than just sending in segments. So since I'm not going to be on the show this coming Friday because I'll be doing my multi-engine recurrently this will count as our Mondo segment for PT UK so much military. Oh, captain Alabi happy. All right for the and the PT UK folks signing off so since I'm not the good-looking, captain, Jeff I've turned off my video. So you don't have to look at me. No. That's okay. I'm not I'm not taking offense at all. I'm okay. Then gives us more time to look at captain Nick who's wearing. What's that? That thing. You have on your head, sir. We're going to come to that. Okay. Very good. Well, hey, real quick before. I remiss in saying so on my way out of the country of England on Sunday morning, sir. Neville bounds. You've heard of him and Graham Haley were kind enough to stop by the departure area of terminal three. We could sit down and have a chat before my flight to a Cup of coffee. And I think they were really just there to make sure that I was leaving the country. So my thanks to them for stopping by. You guys didn't have to do that. And it was great to see you. Excellent. Well, it sounds like you had a good time with all those good looking people. Okay. Nick, why don't you? Go ahead and tell us what is going on. And and tell us what's going on with that hat that you have in your head. Oh, the hat s. All right. I've got a hat I received unexpected piece of delivery from a lovely friend Nico from Germany Nico Rageh Reggia, quite sure how to pronounce I'm not sure the Niko. Thank you very much. Did includes a handwritten lesser which these nice handwriting? So I'm impressed. And he's written it in very nice English. And also complimentary things in good wishes on one side. But he did say maybe these things remind you that once you also one of us of Boeing pilot nineties alluding to the fact that the F eighteen is now officially built my Boeing because when I fluid it was Donald Douglas, but they've coast been swallowed by the monster that is buying. So he provided me with. The bang hunt. I lovely buying pen a bang seven three seven nine hundred series. Without the modified them casts. I'm wide if I build this model, it's not gonna last long.
"rageh" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And appropriate dot com slash Rageh kick him account. Oh, okay. Yeah. I I was I can't remember where I was a couple years ago, and he walked up to me about fell over because I had not seen him in a long time. But he he was quite an athlete, and it came from outstanding. Pam is older brother, also, and they too great athletes, but we're in a football town here too. We have probably the fifth or sixth winningest program in the state of Georgia. How long did you coach? Well, I for twenty three years, I coached here for six years one. I I stay championship in sixty seven and moved on it and some the job, but we've we have won five state championships. Here we play in a par. Call the Brickyard Dan is famous in this part of the country. But. But we've had a we've had quite a story program here, and Tom so I'm I'm moved away. And and we moved back to and I'm I'm a big razor from eufaula Alabama. Sure. Coach pros coast pros coaches at do fall at one time. And then I didn't realize that. And I knew I knew him. Well, when he was at Hoover we did. A lot of kicking camps. My geogra-. Are you are you are you are you near Gusta that we're Thompson and exit one seventy two that oh five twenty with thirty miles west of Gusta. Okay. Yeah. Because I I know Georgia moderately well. But I thought that still M S O N. Okay. Guys, got it. Well, what a pleasure to talk to you. That's really a that's really fascinating thanks for sharing that. But one of the thing too early. You mentioned that Johnny Manziel is falling from grace again. You know, hey, broke that I think he's personally responsible for bringing down the Texan AM football pro that goes, I he would not disciplined. No, he wasn't. And and it has some other problems that followed him there. And I think it just I think it a rotor the program. I totally. Kevin someone to me just sold out that program for one player in that you, you know, better than I do that doesn't ever work no sedan. Not does not. And I think that I think coach Fisher was called it. The same problem at say totally agree with you on that of the quarterback there. He I I like, JIMBO Fisher. But I never understood that because Florida state was bigger than James Winston. It was much bigger. You know? It's not it's not about the person. It's about the institution. And about school. You know, you got to have you've got to put that for a you're going to be in serious problem. I I just fierce problem. I think no you are listening to your. You, you know, a lot better than than most of us. But you are one hundred percent, correct. On a really great. I hope you'll call against I enjoy your program. And I watched it when and he did a fantastic job. And that's a great contribution to. Great SEC Cam coach. Thank you. I'll call again soon. Thank you. You bet pleasure was mine. Let's go to J D And Pratt. Ville alabama. J D is next up on the program. Thanks for the call. Hey, J D. You remember that? What was that? I'm sorry. You had a call earlier from problem guy named bud. You remember that guy? Do I sure do? Yeah. Turns out where neighbors, you know. What's the chances of that get new dolls that'll about Alabama practical? I mean, it's not it's not huge. But it's pretty decent sized city. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. I had I had a couple of questions to ask you, whereas lamps. He he has called in in months. I think he got mad at me. That would be my best guess, yeah. Yeah. Speaking little towns, you know, what I heard on previous caller talking about cope with canyon rush probes. And all that they were pretty dominant here in Preval in the early two thousands..
"rageh" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The defense of the west. Our allies grow dependent on the east. Do you view that as a threat? First of all I would like to thank them because they are great figures. Five G was not known by common people. But now these great figures are all talking about five G, and we're becoming more influential and getting more contract. Sense. A little bit of sarcasm there. Oh, please tell them. I'm actually thanking them for promoting us despite warnings from the Trump administration some of our European allies, including Germany and the UK are reportedly considering allowing while way to build their high speed infrastructure. It's technologically advanced it's reliable as all get out. And it's affordable. Some Americans already rely on technology Gobi were in the middle of nowhere. Like, Mike Kilgour who runs a wireless provider servicing more than eleven thousand square miles or rural Montano, we've heard of the security concerns we've heard of the allegations of connections to the Chinese government. But nobody's ever produced any evidence related to that. As the Trump administration ways a ban on all Chinese telecoms in the US Kilgore is worried his company wouldn't survive leaving his community essentially with. Without service. A few did not have the ability to dial nine one one from a cell phone. I just I can't that will that turns my stomach for Ren despite all the criticism from the administration. He knows his company's future in America is in the president's hands. Trump for President Trump. I think he is a great president because in a very short period of time. He was able to reduce the tax rate, you speak, very highly of President Trump yet he is likely to issue an executive order banning your company from doing any business in the United States. How do you square the two? Well, we have never had many sales in the United States, but we didn't give up our efforts in this country. That is a great report brianna Rageh. Thank you very much. Joe for correcting me on the pronunciation of her name, Joe always keeps me to try. Thank you very much. I watch CBS morning news. And she's one of the hosts she is I get it much. I watch him in the studio, but I can never turn it up in the morning. Yeah. There's Tony's always happened in my ear about something that Tony so inconvenient. Should. He talked to me. We only have to communicate to run the show. Exactly. Yeah. Radio. No communication. Great report from CBS, and we'll see what five G holds force along the way and some people even saying six g is right around the corner. There you go you're up to date here at News Radio eight forty W H S from the.
"rageh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thirty one mile more than one thousand homes and businesses across the pine belt were damaged or destroyed that day in two thousand seventeen a man pleads not guilty to charges that he started a so called holy fire in California last August forest Clark was arraigned earlier today accused of starting a massive blaze, which board more than twenty three thousand acres in orange and riverside counties. Prosecutors say Clark have threatened to kill his neighbor and burn down the home the same day the fire broke out near his cabin. And overnight fire in Bill Ricca has claimed the life of a seventy eight year old man identified as Ramallah couple Bianco. Severe weather created issues for firefighters. Battling a blaze on twenty nine Andover. Road crews were not only dealing with a bitter cold and ice. Another major challenge was finding buried fire. Hydrants firefighters had to run hoses several blocks away to get water onto the flames at the home. The equipment was covered in ice and temperatures continued to drop the rake of fire deputy chief, Tom Ferraro. Thirty three years is one of the coldest. And according to the Bill Rica police department of victim was affectionally known as the tomato man from his long history of growing and selling tomatoes at his home as well as a local farmer's market. He also served for many years a Bill Rageh housing authority that cause of the fire is still under investigation owners of two brands of vehicles and SUV's are filing fire insurance claims at a far higher rate than owners of other vehicles. ABC's? Daria Albinger, has more. Details highway loss data institute analyze claims from insurers representing about eighty five percent of the industry, and it found some Hyundai and Kias with four cylinder engines have at least double the non crash fire. Claim rates institute began the study after a consumer group noticed the higher than normal number of complaints and reported it to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration the South Korean brands now say they plan to recall about one hundred sixty eight thousand vehicles to fix a fuel pipe problem that can cause engine fires. Daria Albinger, ABC news..
"rageh" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions
"And so where do you find these women where because I feel like we get so many letters from listeners that once they reach maybe maybe they gain weight or reach the BW status. Their confidence leaves them very confident women on your website who in one. Way the weight, and we've had male listeners say my wife, lost her confidence. She you know, we've had a lot of those letters. So where do you find these women just let me just say because I don't know if you guys know this, but I used to be part of the industry more. So than just being what I am. Okay. I used to be a stripper back in two thousand five hundred I was gonna Rockwell's in Brooklyn collecting, my coins. Okay. I was getting my money, and I was getting my life. So I'm just waiting for one more like one liner, Big Mac all have liners. Pay attention to you, all I can think about is that. I heard that was one of my favorite fucking line. Yeah. I never nothing. Like, I, you know, I just so I'm really in the industry a lot of people people know about my site has been around for a while. And I just this year started driver been featured on your side interrupted. I did. Okay. I was at one point in time. But I just feel like I felt like my talents were more served behind the camera. You don't him. I had a big following. I wait mainstream. Find your host stars. Yeah. That's what I asked. How how how do friends or they know about me? Oh, my co stars over the guys that wanted to do that. That was I had these I had these host and trying to hire me. And that the earliest end up in the beginning, I used to just wanna fuck we're gonna talk on film. And then it was like you ever like charged. Fuck you. What? Do you? They want you to rob. One charge. I don't touch those. You can't get. Have you ever had a roses donation? I just I wanna pause for a second. I did not mean that soldier. You wanna fuck you that bash hold up? I mean, just say I had I had holes. And it was shook on me. I basically was able to get any man in my life to do, you know Gobi in a video does do this. Give me some money like I had the same life as you guys. Not nasty. Like, I do the same your. Oh. Is com commonality in Rageh areas. Like, you know, people tend to think that VW like so different y'all. We're not now I want to know one more thing. I know you some questions to see you told us earlier before we were airing that you have a poi- friend. Now, what has changed since you've had your site in your I guess social media personality since you've had a boyfriend, and what does he want you to do different? So. You know, legis- will men in the room that curious before you answer that we have two men in the room. Would you guys have a problem? Dating someone in the industry as far as the porn industry are doing what she does honest. Behind the scenes, probably not. But if she was in front of the camera. Yes, what about if she was a porn star when you met her? And now, she's only done lesbian porn. I wouldn't move. Oh, wait. Now. A lot of porn stars do that they stop fucking men, and they just do lesbian and fucks up their money. What about you can? I'll go hear me..
"rageh" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Because there's not the dramatic changes. Like, you're not going to, you know, you're not going to get a migraine if you've got an official estrogen something that you feel immediately some of it's a slow process. And usually as you know from working out. I mean, the slow gradual changes that you make to improve your life are the best kind. But they're also the kind that require dedicate like they require commitment, and dedication that. You don't get immediate feedback from just any also and all that doesn't happen overnight. Either. You know, I'm more dedicated now than ever. So it takes it takes a long time. Build build up that resolve. I'm sure the same. As is with you, and your profession, you're probably be, oh, maybe, you know, five years ago, you weren't as upset, you know. But now, you're just keep finding these things. And you're like, whatever reason like more obsessed more on fire think about it non stop your wife's telling look, I can't handle this anymore. You mentioned the epigenetics Warren time, I'm gonna put my foot in your ass. You'll like this our friend good friend Daniela Rageh who used to work with the quest nutrition. And that's been a friend of ours. Been on the podcast before his license. Plate says epigenetics dirty. He is he's Asian has mine has a deer on it. He's he's acu in the my priorities. Got to step up your game here. Any other questions? We have we just had one. Have you ever heard of a milk? Yeah. Eighty one versus a two mutation casing mutation. Okay. I guess a companies actually called. Yeah. That's good. Yeah. That's good. So there. Well, there's difference between people that are sensitive to lactose and people that are sensitive to Casey in most people don't know the difference. But you can determine that difference by you know, just tinkering around trying something with lactose that Casey and trying casing without lactose something that and fit you need to figure out if you're sensitive to lactose, but yeah, I'm a fan. I mean, you can just simply get milk from a e cow, you know, or a different breed of cow. And they they're actually don't have that Holstein's the ones that we use in our mass production of dairy. They've got that eighty-two mutation. So it's more inflammatory. Have you remember when people were supplementing casing day and too long? You know, it's the slow release and the reason it's a slow release protein because when it gets into your stomach you put mucus around it. So you get this big ball of mucus coated casing and then yet it's slow release. And the reason you put mucus read it because it's so. Inflammatory and your body's like wo hang on. We can't have this massive influx of inflammation. So I'm like, I'm definitely leery about casing general, certainly I don't recommend supplementing it, although again that eight one versus eighty two mutation is really important topic. And I think people should, but it's like estrogen levels is there any different with no doesn't change estrogen. Gotcha. What about you know, milk sometimes comes in a box rather than in a plastic container? But yeah, but if you coated paper. Yeah. And if it's if it's grass fed. Oh, so it's paper that still has shit on it. Yeah. Because if you put liquid paper. Yeah, I got today's coated with plastic. They don't usually talk about that. But they do trader Joe's is actually really good. They have PPA a. free policy organization. I'm just going to get milk in a paper. School. They usually they used to put it in the loom. I don't know what they're called. But big aluminum. I understand. Yeah. Cases. And then they would pour it into glass bottles. It's funny. My daughter, she's she's eight years old, and she's reading all these books, you know, like, Laura Ingalls wilder and thing and just the other day. She busted out a term. She said something about a scancen or a stanchion excuse me stanchion, and I guess that. That's like the platform that you milk a cow on. My daughter knows all about these old school like dairy next eight I mean, no that words, she's using anymore. But basically the way they used to do it. Awesome. You know, we're doing it. Now is pretty if you but. Taking out the delivery system. Literally like what it's physically in is almond. Okay. As far as. Yep. Question came up with a couple of times interesting..
"rageh" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"So he that's was his downfall. What's so crazy is that his downfall is the pageant like he's his whole Ponzi scheme unraveled because he has Rageh Pagis. It was so annoying, and then she leaves him, oh my God, she was the. We did everything for her on my God. I can't. I could like she was bothering me. So much an wasn't gonna you couldn't do anything was the. Other girls were so as qualified in the pageant. She was out of the Paget game for so long, and she was added dry cleaners and she didn't like being MRs yawn LeVine, like that's what made her that, like the altar. What comedian, like being at the Grammys on his arm. Like, are you kidding me? The Grammy's and the and the. She would argue to her mom that she has this great husband, but then when society deemed her, her husband's wife, she was upset right, and get back into the Patrick became which he obviously had to rein because she had no chance of winning. And he just wanted to fulfill her dreams. And then she leaves him at the end. Also he gets shamed and presents. No, honestly, it was like that really happened. The movie was was good. Jack black was excellent and like I just loved, I loved him. He did such a good job like I just thought it was so interesting to see him play like the polar opposite of what he's played forever and figure and do it really well. And what's so crazy is at the end they tell you how much money he stole from like he stole millions of dollars from people, I think. And like firm people in over forty states around the country. Like this thing went national from their lethal polka town in New Jersey and Selena. I just think I think it's a great toast when we've been the week because it accomplishes what we set out. But I didn't chose movie of the because got misconstrued by some people thinking, it's like, let's what's the best musical or I'm calm. She's right. No, no, because we're talking about your watch out anyway. I want to expand horizons a little bit. I wanna learn something I want. I watched the same garbage all the time and like it just useless. And I'm just like all my phone and time passes. Like I want to be intrigued, and I want to be kept on the edge of my seat and that. It was done by the polka king. Great. Let's assign our next movie. What's on the list? Oh, let me pull up my one. Another true story like this down the definition of dooby doo that already. Yes. Okay. Hold on is the definition of what the toes movie of the week should be something interesting story you would never know otherwise, a true story, ideally. Okay. I don't have any more. My less you don't. Yeah, we'll we'll think about it about it and go back. I wake will definitely true story. Maybe like a war movie. Oh, I've ever seen the more dogs now. Joan hill of course. So good. Yeah. Another true wild, sir, but I feel like everyone's seen that it was popular lies miles howlers in it. Yeah. So like cream. And how could you not watch? Oh, there are couple of miles hours that are new. See, thank you for your service. That one. Have you seen it? No, let's do it. Okay. And you know what else I want to do thirteen hours. No guy. That gives me such a pit Godley own because it's on demand now at its Randall, I might feel like the Lalla count of it all from story. Let's do the miles teller one. Okay. Thank you for your service miles teller. Next week. Hopefully hopefully it's a long week. Oh, by the way programming update, tomorrow's episode of the morning toes is going to be podcast only because Claudius hitting the road going to DC author shows are sold out. Sorry, I can't do anything for you. When's days episode will Wednesday or Thursday. One of them will be with Ben's offer. I don't know if you've heard of him boys, no job. He's cloudy. He's has been so popular woes. She's our most hobbies, everyone demands him all his videos have the most views and a Mike..
"rageh" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Hey, Mark, thanks for taking my call earlier. You mentioned something during the time you were talking about the cavenaugh confirmation hearings. The left is looking for this smoking gun document or Email from judge cavenaugh expressing his personal. Opinions or dislike for key issues such as Roe versus Wade. And they're gonna use that against him to. To say that he's not fit for the job. But it's interesting that in typical hypocrisy of the left how they don't apply that to when Peter Struck his emails came out about his personal hatred for President Trump. It always strikes me about how their hypocrisy. Yes. Bentley comes to surface, but they so blatantly, and they don't think that we pick up on those things. Yeah. It's it's it's interesting. The the personal views of judge Cavanaugh, a supposedly incredibly relevant, but their whole point about pizza struck and his paramour has she's officially designated is that oh, of course. Yes. They're able to distinguish everybody who's a public servant has private political views, but they will to separate them and completely remain detached an objective. So when they're texting back and forth on work. Emails where pizza struck his saying to his paramour? Oh, yes. I was. I was at a wool mart today. I could smell the Trump voters as soon as I got to the parking lot. That's doesn't mean. He's not absolutely prosecuting his job with a complete professional bipartisan Rageh. And you're right, Scott that they're they're basically, the basically every basically if it struck and his paramour gone back and forth on this stuff. That's fine. That's no reflection their professionalism. But if if in, you know, thirty years ago, if Cavanaugh expressed the private view on Roe versus Wade that would mean, he's completely unquote. You can't have a man like that coming into the supreme court. Yeah. Let me say slight difference. This gold. It's something that I've noticed too that the it's like the the left is allowed to have a personal belief or a personal opinion about these issues. But but anybody on the right? It's a total exact opposite that we can't have personal opinion. It only apply again the hypocrisy. It only applies to them. Right. The most tolerant and. No, you you that actually is a very important point Scott because when Obama was appointing I forget, which one of these he was he was nominating. But he said he was asked what he's looking for in a supreme court Justice. And he said, I'm looking for someone who will make their decisions based on their empathy. He kept using this, word empathy. In other words, he was asking he was asking a judge to rule on his feelings on his feelings rather than on the law. Now, you know, right wing guys have feelings too. They might feel they might feel that rove versus Wade is wrong and an abomination all the rest of it. But the whole tenor of the democrat strategy is that is that. The right wing guys their feelings, they're bad. They're bad feelings. And it doesn't matter if someone's ruling based on their feelings if have on the left because their feelings, a good feelings, and and so it's interesting the difference in ten of between a what happens when there's a vacancy under a Republican president and a feeling when it's a democrat president while they said want them to rule based on feelings, and I think the other the other point that's worth making, and you can see it on the panel with Pat Lahey at Lahey is supposedly a good, Vermont Catholic who's in church every and if you were to ask him about Roe versus Wade he'd say, you know, he'd be one of those Democrats, oh, I'm personally passionately pro-life. But I of course, as a polish in I don't let my personal feelings my personal beliefs. My passionate personal. Personal passionate beliefs interfere with my legislative agenda whatsoever. And that's how they square the circle. So they're actually they're actually that's true financy Pelosi to for all the Ted Kennedy all the rest of it. And so the humbug. Of it all is actually baked into the cake. If you're a Democrat, John Kerry, oh, I'm personally passionate abortion is a terribly difficult personal passionate awful, personal passionate personally pro-life decision to have to make an all the rest of it. But in the end, I'm.
"rageh" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Six flags forty six jammed things. Up downtown, the rights, northern salvo essentially value weren't, aborted county twenty years valley shutdown at highway eighty three Or, download the free express jobs apt to find the. Job near you express employment. Professionals they want to connect with you. Job seekers somebody you know doesn't. Have a job or wants to, better job they're never charged a penny nothing no, fee at express jobs today download the app express employment professionals. You're not going to regret it. And, I'm just going to, be very honest here people lose their security clearance because they're a national, security risk it's an honor to, have such, now if you're. Out there insinuating that, the president of the, United States is treasonous or, you know you're making, claims former CIA director Donald Trump colluded with Russia there's tons of. Evidence and, there's no, evidence and you lied to congress. Which. By, the way a lot of these people. Have lied to congress and have lied so repeatedly. I mean, there's media, meltdown about John Brennan yeah, well he did accuse the president of treason And he's getting paid by so-called news agency to do. So and you know Brennan you. Know is is, frankly I, think he's a little unhinged and his conduct and. Behavior is suspect he knows, that. A lot of this is going. To come back to him and. I think this fear in John, Brennan's heart for the things that he knows that, he's done and it's going to be proven and I also. Think nobody seems I can't believe. The, country does not get, outraged at Bernie Sanders was robbed and a primary I really I for, the life of me I don't, get it, I mean this. Is the United States, you're Rageh primary you, try and rigging election that, ought to be problematic, you know the whole issue of the dossier and people like Brennan. Propagating that, phony unverified, dossier he is the CIA director. And. He's, literally purposefully misinforming propagandizing the American people Because he wants to. Set candidate to win and he's out there. Calling the president a. Traitor and, accusing him of treason I. Wanna know Clapper's. Role in all this the. End of the day there. Are a, lot of people that should lose their clearances we'll maybe name those names when we..
"rageh" Discussed on Crypto Voices
"So the ability to save your wealth and protecting from the inflation which is which is a attacking attacking the national guard c. n. for big, slow transfers of value, mainly international cross borders or in the in the in the so-called the dark web for for a markets of illegal, or paralegal, or eight legal goods. Sodas. I do think that we can is is is working pretty much in the second level, which is a providing authoritive at scale. Of course, they're all reason of technical structure of bitcoin, and also the reason for its limitation and challenges issues. And trade-offs is that it is a, it has been designed to be impossible to take down or anyway, very, very difficult to take down. Nobody managed to take down bitcoin. Nobody even managed to change bitcon significantly. I think that last year Rageh we were already celebrating many, many success of bitcoin resisting changes. But right now, this kind of characteristic of bitcoin. The resistance to change is a very, pretty much closely with with what happened with the basically bitcoin to wax tack and and became out coin creation. So bitcoin cannot be changed. Our returning and cannot be corrupted the or shutdown in a trivial way. So, yeah, I will say that it is breaking the monopoly because the as. As I say, the most relevant part of the league, monopoly is to make alternates to the government provided good or the government privilege, good illegal, or somehow somehow impossible to while take it down while the first part the the government monopoly, the government money still has some kind of legal privilege, so legal tender, still there, the fact that you still have to pay taxes with with the US dollars. The US euro is still a privilege legal privilege that is not a trivial possible to take down by bitcoin. The only thing that who says that the privilege of using the government currency to pay taxes Camby somehow counteracted by the fact that the that imposing taxation could be more difficult in more and more. Part of the parts of the economy gets conducted imbed con directly with good privacy tools with good privacy practices. In this way, basically imposed at station itself gets difficult, and so it doesn't really matter in which kind of money you impose your station. If if a greeter greater and greater percentage of the economy is basically untaxed -able, it doesn't really matter which kind of currencies are choir to bay Texas anymore. Still, there is a there is the the legal tender, the fact that no Brecon mortar face to face real-life shop can manifestly a refusal to accept the legal tender Roni butter. That's that's not so true on the internet. So any kind of ecommerce can easily already. And it's happening a refusing to accept the dollar via PayPal creek car. You can open a website now accepting become with light network or without an you can refuse to have a Bank account or any kind of legally regulated the US dollar base, the payment system you can work n it's not impossible to shut you down, but his very, very difficult because it's expensive. This is one importance of the stink tion perhaps to make that legal tender laws, they, they actually differ from country to country. There's some countries where we have forced legal tender laws like Brazil where you actually it is a contravention to refuse payment in local currency, but in other countries, just like in the US you can refuse dollar payments. In fact, you can refuse it as a merchant, but for payment of Texas and you have to use US dollars. But just my question was this breaking the monopoly of my money. This doesn't happen overnight. Not something that we wake up and the monopolies broken. I mean, this will occur over a long period of time, but how do you see the governments and central banks battling this this dynamic? I don't. I don't think they would just sit tight and and watched this whole thing unfold and do nothing. What's your expectation? So it's it's the ready, very, very abused narrative by the by these nice one Andress until operates us. It is. It is it forced, and I also use it a very many times. It's nice to try to frame the evolution of their reaction to these to this new phenomenon using the Kubler Ross phases of the operation of of a loss. So basically the first phase of eleboration of the loss is usually denial. So. So these, this last doesn't exist..
"rageh" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"As he did this is you're talking, to political philosophy here so one of the problems that I have with this administration's foreign policies that it lacks transparency. You're dealing first of, all with the president of a thug Chrissy For you to say Who is out has been to undermine, democracy in the world does not have America's. Best interest at heart so the question that has, to be asked is what was the president's. Goal in meeting Putin and what were the commitments that, he had in mind insecure from Putin We weren't sure what was the goals that he had in mind and we are. Still not sure of what commitments he secured from Putin to begin with and I think the absence of transparency of this, country's foreign policy ever since this president took office has been problematic we don't know what commitments were secured in the meeting with the North Korean leader we, don't know what the goals of that meeting were and the. Same thing with the meeting with the Saudi Arabian leaders we're, talking about meeting. With a country that, is a leading sponsor of terrorism along with Petar. And we don't know, what the goals of that meeting were and we don't know what the commitments that were secured were so I think the media. Has a responsibility to pass very very tough questions, and in this issue Russia is not or, friend rush is our adversary Russia has never been or? I think Ron Rageh. Must be turning in his grave no when Kissinger and. Reagan practice old fashioned conservative principles they had America's best interest at, heart promoting democracy promoting freedom and liberty and the American people have a right to ask the president what commitments did you secure from Putin at the end, of that somebody was just just just invoking Reagan I mean. Reagan also did make an overture to Brezhnev to try to, engage the Soviet. Union to have better, relations even though he wasn't going to see America's. Interests in that relationship, against the evil empire It. Seems to, me there's a real big divide between what Trump says and what he does and I want to get. Your assessment on Trump's actual policy choices with respect to Russia a year and a half You know I find it. What was really troubling to me this week was this idea that Trump for some reason could not be trusted to sit alone with Putin as if he was a child and he's going to do something nefarious if you listen to what Trump's words are criticizing angle, up down up one. Side down the other for allowing a pipeline into our country, to enrich Russia's what was going to happen to give them the money for this while the two hundred mercenaries that were killed. Russian mercenaries, in Syria this is not a man that's taking it easy on. Russia and we're going to pick up that conversation get are the panelists in on that topic, separating Trump's rhetoric from his policy action Dan props sitting in for Bruce Dumont on this edition of beyond the beltway Are you planning, for the day when you..
"rageh" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"Thank you you guys you look like twins it's amazing you are the older one yes two years one year twenty nine thirty thirty sorry you look very young and david is twenty nine twenty nine twenty nine okay well i appreciate you coming in especially after just fighting in in in utica on friday by the why are you in new york why did you come i mean four hours away you came to visit did you have something else to do elvis go to miami rageh is something like this or this time we wanna see new york so we went to new york you just for a couple of days okay and we went we will go home tomorrow first time in new york i so far with so far i know you're fan of miami other than miami doing that traditional yet every fight we go to miami and this time new york so what's better new york or miami so is is different this like most a lot of city yeah so miami's bid son you know yes because yes she does have you done all the stuff here in times square this and that using everything this is a very you know right here's wall street you know where they do all the stock exchange very close to here in a very very today we went to the national park okay yeah we'll we'll join join it it rental by really one bike or two bikes to.
"rageh" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"Nba championship hamilton patriots seeing second to last up on this uso tours in iraq su such a life changing experience i'm so thankful as i said max holloway's instagram also having some the uso during the show tweeted this out late late addition max holloway and one john stewart getting ready to square off oh what is this this incredible is he pulling up his where is getting ready because he saw max at the look oh my god next in one it that's incredible pigeons mca wow this look like a time where is this on one of the basis i'm not sure obviously the context for which one but all right good shape not not bad luck he's out of the game a little bit yeah i miss john stewart philly show not quite the same right damn shots trevor noah your fan i don't watch it yeah i was just two fifty five shitty five i guess maximum want it none okay congratulations are in order yes for jock ray soza ghirmay cruise getting the news on this one saying random no jack race told me he's doing a tweet to grow back as a tweet ment a treatment to grow back his hair he's thrilled wants to have a big afro by the time he's retired this is how he looks right now jock rageh getting some cabbage up top unbelievable what i'm i'm happy for this listen as someone who is a kona sir when it comes to all things afro let me tell you there's there's no better sensation than growing your hair out it takes some time there are some awkward moments periods but once it's fully out there you feel live and you feel like you can conquer all so i support jack arrays quest also support has quite just don't want it to be like you know some of the other famous athletes that we've seen grow up their hair lately and it just gets a little patchy up there.
"rageh" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"I've never done it before with you know you just they say just just get out there and start cutting you know what i mean we did it one father who was in the chest no way no way yeah you'd think he just go through the button that's where all the stop these right it's all the suffering mental like site you'll have told me not cut any right now that in a good for him i anyways thank states would loss in run lots of jury so sucked congratulations i'm glad that what went while i am while threatening hostagea so he's back on his feet macanese hot that's right excellent that's really good what are we got here uh this when tight mostar was one do you think the decision on whether or not to cost you a mcgregor in your everyone movie will be affected affected by how old an iin rockies received by fans in their hansolaf mary had talked with no i think it's completely independent yeah i think table people want your newburg rageh and people onshore on as an 'cause he still he's proven himself with i the voice the most important parts and bay in terrible film sets rugs and see being kind of dislike him in a bid doing a bit of water know about the situation is that will unite who or go to bed philly weather's though on a thank you oh yeah i definitely i wanna say that i mean that that doesn't preclude them canceling on you won't you'll be if the solo movie does poli because they again i don't movie producers don't understand i what works in doesn't work in a movie i think whether or not you like the direction these style was films i think they're they're they're on the pulse a little bit more good whether or not that result you agree with or not very up yeah i think i think even if solo bombs was still don't be one yes yet because you look at the height mice and look at the huddle in entente floor yet the may ten of the award show and he had the argument be the number i'm with mental the like he's doing everyone if they're doing it it's not filming for a year doesn't need the said yet.