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Cardi B Gets Birthday Billboard From Daughter Kulture
"Got a birthday billboard. Oh, my goodness, that it was giant pink and at a picture of her and her two year old daughter culture on it. On social media. Cardi reacted to the gift from her estranged husband, Ralf, were offset the sign reads. Happy Birthday, Mommy love culture. It's 5 25. It is
"ralf" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"He rest in peace was a very creative individual I mean he created things you know in his imagination and he built things right he made music he made movies and lived through a time in our history the seventies eighties nineties where there were incredible changes going on and the new millennium you know changed art music technology politics all sorts of things and yet one of these changes that occurred in the beginning of his career was from the original raft strategy which really start kind of pre near to nineteen seventy eight that was the original raft strategy twenty years later just twenty years later another change in the raft strategy to what we call indexed RAF which was raft what we refer to often kind of privately is raft two point oh which means that Hey you know what that thing got a whole lot better and it was you know previously used for people with you know that had you loads and loads of money I mean that's kind of the people they gravitated toward the RAF when it first came out and when Ralf two point oh came out it made itself available to just about everyone I mean when we look at the variety of of clients that we have that are participating in the raft strategy we have clients that are funded with two hundred dollars a month we have clients that funded with two hundred thousand dollars a year so there's there's just you know we can design it for anyone and were you know we're really super super jazzed about the rash strategy because we have the option of hot helping people no matter what your age is no matter.
Jaguar Land Rover to cut 4 500 UK jobs
"Jaguar landrover says it will cut forty five hundred jobs is AP. Correspondent Karen China's reports the automaker is addressing slowing demand in China and growing uncertainty about the UK's departure from the European Union. The luxury comic says the cuts will be in addition to one thousand five hundred people he left the business in two thousand eighteen the company employs about forty four thousand people in the UK. The fem by India's Totta last year outlined a three point eight billion dollars turnaround plan to deal with Brexit trade tensions between China and the US and new European emission standards that combined pushed accurate into the red in the three months to September thirtieth. See Ralf Speth says Jack is taking decisive action to help to live a longtime gripes can chime as London. Trump may declare a national emergency. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP newsmen at the White House is considering using billions of dollars in unspent disaster relief funds to pay for President Trump's border wall. Earlier today as he's leaving the White House for Texas. Trump told reporters have a win a
"ralf" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"Hold on. We'll Ashwell you inbound brothers. Good. He didn't get it either. Excellent. Every fucker else. They didn't they. Wait where you it. Yes. Excellent. As long as no one in this room is good. So I went for this. So this with dish abound? The brothers. And there was it was it was a real cattle call every young British actors in that there was something like fifty or something. So I walked in. And there was an American edition American auditions as you know, are really u-turn open. They don't know you are the region offered. It's not like, they know you go. Hey, great to see their like yet next. You might as well take a number like, you're deli counter or something so I walk in and I'm thinking, okay. Like remember, this kind of swagger thing. In fact, for example, there's like a hundred people in the room waiting to go in and I've got my time slot. And they're all read in the script like shaking and nervous. And I'm like, I'm not going to be like the rest of them. So pulled are like loaded magazine, which which I used to read when I was twenty years loaded magazine, and I'm flicking through like pictures of girls in bikinis. And they call me Ralf little and I'm like look up and look at telecommuting ago. Oh, sure. Yeah. All right. It's a couple minutes early Shaw. There's not somebody else in like a bit of a dick like, both my okay. I know what he's like double monk don't come in. So what and I make comparable. I said I'll make a couple of jokes and literally within thirty second bit self deprecating in bit light, you know, whatever. And then through about thirty seconds. She goes she's like, well, all my God. I think you are adorable. I love your sense of humor. I think you're you're just so great. Would you like to come back in a couple of weeks and meet Tom Hanks, and I was like, I don't think I'm busy. You know? Sure. What did? So. Anyway, they set the day a couple of weeks in between. So a find out I'm going for the eighteen part. That's sorry. There are nine parts that were going for an down to the last eighteen. So I've literally got fifty to fifty percent chance of Ganapati in this Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, saying I'm twenty one. So I so I go to after name hotel on. Piccadilly going to knock on the door to Sweden. I'm shaking nervous. And then knock on the door, the sweet coming all. And they open it. Okay. Remember, how you remember the soda Chidi? And as they opened they come in. And I opened the door on the rooms like twice the size of this huge sweet right in the far corners twenty L A exacts in suits sitting around the table. And they have looked at me like a cockroach just walked in and Tom Hanks blessing sees me, and he up from the table. He comes running across the room talking about twenty seconds because the room so long and he's ruins across the room. And he's like, hey Ralph. How are you man? Thank you so much for coming in. It's great to see on. I'm like, this is amazing need low easel veasley only read my name on a piece of paper, two seconds ago. But he didn't need to make that effort comes ruling over Crete to see goes, how do you do my friend is everything? Okay. And I'm like, okay. Make him laugh. I'll be honest Thome. I'm sick to my stomach. And he goes oh God. Why what what's what's wrong, and I go, well, it's a big old dish. And I'm just, you know, spit nervous. Does this pause on time stops probably only like a second? But to me it was an eternity. He os. Oh, I liked this guy. He's honest turns out to his LA. Exact I like, this guy honest. I like him. Nice. And I'm thinking find fuck. Okay. You've got your foot in the door. Now. Just push advantage home. All right. I'm thinking of anything to say come on over on east. This huge greybeard is down to like chest. And this has all along because he's filming castaway at the time wrote. So he's dead thin as well. And I think trying to give it into say, I'm like a nicer I'm still at the fucking door this point, by the way, I'm barely mood even in the room. I've gone nice beard, by the way in. He goes excuse me as As it it bid..
"ralf" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"Well, because they fuck in could be asked. Honestly, the number of times, that's probably the thing of most of all is stop looking the people going. Why are they doing so? Well, I'm not I think that's really important and takes awhile that are not reading reviews. You don't do. Now people. There are three stages. People read reviews people say, they don't read reviews, but they they do and then people genuinely don't and the people who genuinely don't aid that the happiest and beat of usually lasted the longest it's true. I mean, this this episode is going to go out before. Next week next Tuesday. We've got a double episode and people will listen to this going forward in time future. So the heard this, but you weren't Nick pain is on the who's a fair to Rogers wrote his first television show called wonder lobsters on this last episode next week for him. And I was talking to him about reviews. Anyone I can read them. All I read them all and I cannot stop even if it's terrible hide it, and he said it really affects econ stop himself. Well, not only that. But in the modern world with Twitter and everything it's harder and harder because they're there when people send them to you review. Here's the Lee is good on great review mate his his link when you go. Well, they said it's good. I'll just have a look. And then it'll be like this is a five star sho round fl always fucking unbelievable. I've never seen a performance. I wasn't entirely sure about his haircut, and you go. Oh, fuck, you know, what's wrong with my hair? So I am not. Then you go on stage the next day or you watching the show going there. Right. My absolute shits. What was I think it affects you and you genuinely better off not? So do you read reviews I'm somewhere in between two and three? Of managed to avoid it for longer than ever used to. But I still give in I'm desperately aiming for for version three. Well, it's funny. And I've said I said this on neck pains episodes loop put Sooners we're talking about reviews. Is there any actors in? A few. Old agony will say anything literally. No, he's sitting. This late. I was doing a play years ago in a friend of mine came to say who's a director who is coming on the podcast. It's hard time down. Because he's brilliant and. I came out after after the play was talking to him. I don't know how the review conversation came up, but I want I haven't seen any reviews. Anyone were why would you then not for you? Then not for and since he said that to me, I've never read anything. Yeah. That's great. Yeah. I think it's a really really important Bev advice thing is if your directed, Nick. Payne's a writer extraordinary writer. On he some people would argue, especially as director, not necessarily writable if you're a director producer. It's your job. You have to know what people thinking, that's the theory. But. Reviews. They fuck you. I I wrote a show this that thing in two thousand ten show called the cafe which was on sky one. And nobody watched it because nobody watches shows on sky one. There are four people watched it and three of them liked it. So we could. But no. No, it's. When it came out. It was. There was a preview like watch tonight in the guardian. And the guardian said this is this is this is this is a perfect show beautifully pitched somewhere between Gavin and Stacey. And then Pinto or some something like unbelievable. Wow. This is going to be we're gonna win back this. And then the guardian the same paper the next day hated crucified in a way that you'd never know an every single of the paper every every other one really loved. It was really funny is to this day even talking to you about that. I still feel like this creeping kind of hotness of embarrassment and shame about that review that one review and also because I slightly felt like to guardians like the paper. I read for you know, politics and opinions and this and that was like love this, and they fucking hated it. And you just think it's just not my business. I shouldn't have bothered people looked at people really really meant a lot of people, and I should just be happy with that..
"ralf" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"It's not just about working class kids. Because what for me what it's about? Is that something that's very close to my heart. No, you can't deny anybody education. Yeah. Exactly. We'll talk about it is this is this is how people this is where Paula political discourse gets totally fucked up, and it's because it's difficult because rather than saying left and right. Let's just say good and bad. Good of good people play by the rules of debate and discourse in whether it's labeling wherever and Bundy, don't so you go working class kids need a chance to get into theater or wherever and but people turn around and go, oh, that's really that's really offensive. Because what are you saying that middle class kids don't know one saying that everybody should have opportunities to imperfect world, everyone should have opportunities to do everything. But when you look at who the marginalized groups, are it makes sense the start with those I especially as they become. Marjolein? I think it'd be fascinating just just occurred to me you're talking about, you know, those are the people should ask about who can get a chance to to go into to the game. And I don't think anybody's done that, you know. Personally. I'm not particularly interested. What Christopher Eccleston actually thinks. This is not just picking him. Because I know that he was in the papers at the time talking about it. I want to know how it is for those going on. Because I don't care and Christopher accident is brilliant. And I've loved him since I was a kid. So it's not a thing at all. It's just picking him out of could have done another five four five hours item. Rickie Tolleson sue Johnston. No, I didn't think of Ricky or they should adjust to Ricky because of his journey. We'll issues a very interesting. I think it'd be really interesting them why not speak to Benedict Cumberbatch one of speak. Well, they have. But I think if you hear those because why find a little bit. This is another reason why I don't pretend I mean, say particularly talking about it here we are talking about, but why I've tended to avoid it is because I don't think Benedict come about shouldn't be allowed to be fucking brilliant, actor he's magnificent. Let's fine. It's just that. If they have more opportunity than other people that's where there's an issue. But I certainly don't think that their careers should be either decried denied, I think that they're super. But here's the thing. You know, you just plucked name. They're out. And bend. It combat has grafted his our may ease where every single do. He could've look. Great fantastic. Great for him e calms from an amazing comfortable background web opportunities of that. Right. Yeah. It's fine. But for people to go out you just came out of nowhere. It didn't. Because I know that we kinda graduate at more or less the same time. And I know he was doing those tiny little part, but also to say, well, he had all the opportunity. So it was easy for him. It's now, of course, it wasn't everybody is difficult. This is not an easy industry to to work in cab Mehta career and certain to come into it thinking is. But Wouldn't wouldn't it it be be interesting? How? interesting to talk to him about going opportunities? I don't I don't really know him. But I would imagine what he would say is your was lucky to have these fraternities and these really important that everybody gets them. So, you know, I'm not into is this so-called sort of posh passion just want just because you know, I'm from the north. I'm very proud of being from the north and. Somebody said. Slotted? But I'm not somebody said on Twitter the other day. Didn't respond. Here's what happens when I'm on Twitter. If somebody says something very lucky, people genuinely very very nice. But if somebody says something slightly cuts in or a bit nasty now, it's live. Why do is Grefe always do not respond do not because he knows what I'm like Kentucky and then upward southbound. And that's terrible for everybody. Not everybody in a what I do is. I. Toy out. What's actually going on in my mind? I would really want to say I take a screen shot and send him, and he goes downside. For kim. Do not side up. Boy, I feel better having said it, and I'm gonna ama- system mutant block mutant block mutant block. Why do I just fucking buttering and the museum?.
"ralf" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"And she just had this way of doing things and she was obsessed with versus kids. She was obsessed with this idea that we weren't ever going to be the kind of kids who had nothing to do which it's weird because I used to I used to envy, you know, when you see like kids just hanging out of an evening and hanging out stuff of whatever I used to think the fucking coolest thing you could also very much because I would literally finish school. And then like she'd be picking me open. In a poll Carmody pick up my sister's in his o poker? And they'd be taken to like a swimming lesson an IB take into football training, and like every evening with something different. And I look back now, and they been so lucky. My parents raised me with they spend every fucking penny. They had an every spare second they had on opportunities for us. And it was an extraordinary way to an extraordinary self-sacrificing way to bring up kids. And so if I had my everybody's always got issues with the parents, everybody was thinking do about more wearing if I if I had my if I could wave a magic wand, I wish for them that that however at time for themselves as well. So for example, I grew ski Rosendo anyone who's from around. Here knows about skiers before the chill factor in Manchester before the time with no dome the first one there was this dry slopes in various places around the country. And it was basically like skiing on a on a brush, and if you fell over its scrape the shit was I was I was. Kate my phone by eight times, but that was just one of the things that me, and my siblings did because my parents had had decided that rounded individuals should know how to ski this sense of social climbing ideas around. So I didn't know any different. So I started to ski on this crap thing when you this horrible surface. I was four years old at skiers. But you know, what my parents stay don't ski. And I just wish that they they'd have done it with found the time to do something together for themselves. I think if I could wave magic one for my parents and give them something like that. Then I would have let them have some time and experiences for themselves. But they gave us everything they had blessing. Your dad's background was from a working class background as well from the north. Yeah, he is is from his daughters from Eccles originally and grew up in. Some say it's near Rams bombs north of bury basically, he was mayor of berry for short time. When I was young my Tori mayor berry, which I don't talk about huge amount. That's an interesting one actually to digress. Very quickly. We always digress on it. I totally bashing. It's. My phone, isn't it? They make it so easy. My grant was a good, man. He was one of the best man, I could imagine. And that's when you stop and think about the human humanitarian, the human side of politicians, depending on who they are actually a lot of people are just trying to do the best. They can with what they believe. But anyway. Fought that. So yeah, my Granddad was on the bad side. They were both teachers. So what they were is this interesting working class working class money, but like with teachers often raise their kids with sort of middle class values middle class ideals middle cross attitude. So my dad was exactly that raised working class money. I often think that teaches kids rates with working money and background but middle class aspirated. So so that was how I was raised. I was raised with two parents who my mom first generation kind of private educated. My dad raised in that way. So I was raised in come from very middle class aspersion about giving all these opportunities, but not with a huge amount of money that comes from the workhouse background. What my kids do not have. I out. I want them to be better than what we go. Percent. Parents attitude to everything my one hundred percent chemo getting us. Now, literally today to do an interview or maybe talk about an article in the guardian, of course in the Carden about..
"ralf" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"But I do wonder about the way I wish I did my first professional play in two thousand and two with them. He's he's inherited today. We'll ask will say Hello. There is a sociopath. Yeah. He can be your next guest. Got some great stories. Okay. You've got him on. Listen to. So. Yeah. And you know, I was twenty two and I was still being interested in what he thinks about it. But so I was kind of like the sort of silly, partly because of the parts played in Pali because of the way I was reported, and I do think possibly if just been left alone and allowed to get on with my career. It might have is taking me. It's taken me about fifteen years to move away from from that frivolous. Silly little kid. Do you think image? I'm nearly fucking forty. Do you think because you were painted in that light that you played up to what they saw painted you ads in a way? That's that's a good question. Maybe I wish it easy to say. No, but more possibly not as honest as it could be a little bit not not to the press or not. But like, I the know sometimes you just have to it's weird. You just have to let it wash over you. I was talking to her about this. And it was like we. We to just let things wash over everybody did everybody who is being reported on in any kind of way like this. You just go. Oh, well, that's the game that we're in. They've got is everywhere. And every week it wasn't until you sit with the lawyer like a year and a half ago, and you read story after story, and none of them sitting on accusing you of anything major just read them. And you just keep going you fucked me, you did you really? And I wish I could almost sit here and go on the really targeted me. But in a way, it's even worse, he was just arbitrary. But let's just things that seep into people's consciousness if it is chipped away. And it's neither one is not lie this huge scandal. But it's not it's something else. So I got with my girlfriend, an actor actress, actor female, actor, whatever. No one's quite sure. What you're supposed to? It's. Plenty of actor female actresses. I know don't know. Exactly. Yeah. I just say that we can agree on a consensus. I'm fine with it. But anyway, I. Female actor in two thousand and eight and she said on I'm still seeing Bravo on her brother said oh taught apparently guy, but boy, always knee. And she said why why did you say anyone, I don't know? I just kind of just go idea, and that kind of thing two or three times that kind of thing is happened. That was just my girlfriend's brother just a member of the public. But I've heard it from producers custody writers as well. We're always a little bit surprised to meet me and go, oh, you're not just. Yeah. Evidence. Well, yeah. I mean, I mean them if you're to label somebody, especially a lab. I don't blame any nasty phrase. I mean, I think the whole the whole phone thing is has changed changed for me. I don't know. I think that people have to be more careful about what they report now. About the way they talk about it might just be like, no one's really gives a ship to any more largely because most of them to these days is just going home. Watching the TV. Playing the XBox probably common podcast and be that open. By wanna go right back as we tend to do on this journey. Oldham newborn was born in Oldham. But. Sorry to Oldham listeners book that sort of ties, and they're really I was born born in raised in bury than Barry, and I went to school in Bolton. So I'm like this just malformation of and then pretended to be Manchester. Anyone from that generation? Did I was fifty. I was sixteen in nineteen Ninety-six. Right. I was from black Paul II presentative cautious. Of course, of course. A child's to kicker story of all China too. We can we can be honest and drama and tried to Noah Gallagher about this, right? Won't somebody module toes may just drop that on a chart? More to come. And I said well. Being for munchers thirty eight way. Let me stop you there for postcode, always particular. And yeah, it was that particular honestly from berry actually is just about acceptable understand..
"ralf" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"That's fine. I said look if it goes on because I don't like to stop if things were on a road. And if were you know in the flow, so to speak, and they said, it's fine. It's fine. Don't where you can go over. We went over coir law so much so I had to stop certain points because you know, even Ralph to stop and go for a pay. So we're going to do apart too. But probably not till January or February of next year. We're going to pick up the still loads to talk about I'm we only skim the surface. But look there's a law surface to skim. Rouser? Great guest. He's very honest in where he was and where he is now and the audience of that, they're really dead. It was great. We all got involved. It was fantastic fantastic night's. If you were there, and he came big shot you and lots of commend 'cause it was grand. No spunk. To quite a few of your words. So it's always nice to get that immediate feedback. Which is while. I love the live experience. I'm right. I'm gonna stop saying. And let's get on with it. This is episode sixty four at the two shop podcast with Mr. Ralph little live from the first ever Manchester podcast festival. I'll see it and..
"ralf" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"How the devil all ya everything. All right. How would you week look? Okay. Look, I know we thinking you can cry. Why did he lied? Why? Greg did you say last week our new intro that this week's episode episode sixty four was going to be with nets Natia dimitrio? Why I'm looking now on his RAF little is nothing wrong with that. It's an obsolete. Berlin episode either love it just me book. Right. Why thought well at the time it was true on a sleigh. I went to owed the tasha's episode recorded on Mahan held voice recorder when I was in London on whether all the usual channels out what the computer it's dropbox can over to produce a graph. We both looked for it's gone. It's disappear. We can't get it back. We've tried. So look all is not lost. Well that episode is not that. Last Booker thoughts gone. That's never going back. But the great thing is an attache as back from ally in December Christmas gonna re record an episode whether in January sometime and funding of she's out there right now record in a new series with passed to shop outguessed. Matt bury their record in a series of the tackle what t- film what we do in the shadows. Which will be coming out early next year. The obey ready Exxon. Zayn? So I'm really sorry. I didn't live here. It was the truth at the time. I just wanted to explain why you look on fate on Monday and ego Ravel. So his the thing. What was the thing the thing gays? Yes, it's Ravel. So a few months ago, we got asked to be part of the first ever Manchester podcast festival, which we've really very very soft about we love Manchester were recorded lots there and to be part of the first ever podcast festival. Was it was real on some great podcast, Richard herring? Was there? So we hate them. Was there the fabulous was there? So to be a alongside those various tablist heavy hitters was was was a joy. So who do we get? Who do we get full? The first month just podcast festival. This Manchester Mancha Manchester podcast festival. I thought Ralph little would be a very good guest turns out. It wasn't a good guest. It was a fantastic rest, and you can hear more about any minute. Now. I just wanted to thank you to somebody. Because you know, I always say about rates in and writing reviews and things like that. It means absolutely loads to us not just to like personally it spreads. The words. It gets up the charts. And it means that more people get a lesson, which is a real big thing for us. But MoMA shotty I want to say a massive. Thank you to you. If you onto it follows on Twitter, you might have seen a video that she posted this week talking about her favorite podcasts. And there was two that she really listened to weaken week out. And we one of choose very elegant passionate with what she said in the video so Mao. I know you're listening. I want to say, thank you, very very much, and honestly, it's very much appreciated. I'm so that we have it episode sixty four we jumped in the motor to the first ever Manchester podcast festival. A big shot to them massive. Thank you to those guys full just environments on. I mean, it was a brilliant. Brilliant nights, lovely audience. Some familiar faces some new friends, and we all cracking night. Now it went on now. So when you go to a live podcast of all Witold, you'll have an hour, and that's great..
"ralf" Discussed on Modern Day Philosophers with Daniel Lobell
"You, I'm so. If you. And I'm not taking out of place. I mean, entering to move about Ralf are the man face if he wasn't one of my best friends were long time on. That's kinda what part was. Sometimes your friends, I wanna help themselves and you can't do anything. But he wants. Complicated. He was. He was on about everything. Even if that contradicting knew he was. That makes sense. Yeah. It's a giving ample. I think better way to like the thing I think about like, 'cause he taught me so many different things on the road sitting in about life whether on purpose or not on purpose of lot of what he did. I was like, well, I can't do that way. He for all intelligence. In problem-solving had a hard time pointed to instill. And I think of anything else for you taught me. Would you gotta help yourself before you can help anybody else? You're not really, truly helping anybody. That makes our yeah. Free heavy stuff. Yeah, no. And it's, it's been, you know, while writing several things that. Changing when I because expected and all that complication with him. And you have a broken heart. You really can't. I think you know when you have like, okay, good example. And he's gonna. I can hear him laughing off about it. You know when someone you have aids full blown aids, pneumonia, usually what killed them..
Louisville police brace for clash between Occupy ICE and militia group
"A former marquette university professor can go back to his teaching job there wisconsin supreme court ruling in favor of professor john mcadams who says he was fired over a blog post he wrote in two thousand fourteen to get rid of troublesome faculties are who air the dirty linen their institutions mcadam speaking exclusively with wtmj marquette's legal counsel ralf weber tells us the university will abide by the court's decision but says mcadams wasn't fired for blonde posts a tenured professor put a grad student's name and contact information on the internet so that people could go after her that's cyberbullying that's not academic freedom mike spaulding wtmj news the milwaukee sheriff's department is asking for the public's help in searching for a suspect after a woman reported being sexually assaulted in mccarty in west allis thursday night the suspect is described as a black male around thirty years old short hair and goatee if you have any information on this incident please contact the sheriff's department friday's jobs report celebrated with house speaker paul ryan speaks in wisconsin he's campaigning for state senator leia look near who is challenging us senator tammy baldwin people are going back to work companies are moving back to america the military is being rebuilt we are getting it right and we're putting could judges on the bench all over the place ryan speaking at a campaign rally in p walkie this evening getting ready for possible trouble saturday over immigration that being the police in louisville kentucky's says abc's chuck's iverson the militia group the three percenters is planning counter demonstrations as protesters outside the ice officers planned to call for the abolishment of federal immigration police we have good information that some of those planets demonstrate intend to bring guns which is their right as kentucky law allows for people to carry firearms louisville metro police chief steve conrad says they'll also look for two by fours that are being used as a signpost large sticks or other items that could pose a danger some streets would be blocked chuck sivertsen abc news secretary of state mike pompeo was north korea to work on how and win the country will start the process of denuclearization president trump and north korean leader kim jong un set the goal of denuclearization of the korean peninsula during their summit last month pump has been meeting with north korean officials in the capital of pyongyang harley davidson morale is high overseas several thousand motorcycle loyalists are gathering in prague this week celebrate all things hd milwaukee journal sentinel writer rick barrett is.
"ralf" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"How how rewards car you can't say that fast ralph's rewards card race rewards car you're like swallowing but i love the moment and clearly this is the dumb american i'm sure many british people spelled ralf are pronounced saw ralph fiennes in hamlet rafe rafe 'cause ralph if i may is about as pedestrian of a person's name yeah ralph ralph mouth ralph kramden ralph i mean that had been carefully selected ralph but not with the british accent you don't say ray rafe all ralph's and britain wraiths that's my question please write to k pcs fan mail g mail dot com we'd love to know if all spelled ralf are pronounced rafe or if it's just the fabulous ray fines so interested you your your teacher took you to john cassidy's film you saw his very first one shadows supply and white which at the end it says this whole film was improvising i was like what is happening and had you learned improv yet at drama school drama class not the fishery carnegiemellon when you later got that book in pro and you're like oh you don't bring a gun into a senior don't say no i mean that was the first rules because i always brought a gun into a scene because it was so easy course you just shoot every everyone around right down down like jason is funny but you just killed the scene stop with the gun but yeah so when i saw junk i just was blown away by it then.
"ralf" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"A turtle ralf are though through fernch now going forward they just have to figure out wherever you offer two zero to cope throw they've got some figure we were to the barrel reason my quick sounded happy are ninety four wip around 1145 last night because the eagles are going to be the number one seed in the nfc heading to the playoffs but the thirteen two birds look anything but postseason run kyw said in recap s eagles raiders from the link despite an evening of sloppy football the eagles came away with a nineteen ten went over the raiders with the score tied at ten j galleons 48yard field goal with twenty two seconds remaining gave the eagles the lead for good laura birth about and it was pretty solid contacts on your wasn't gonna move too far left her i felt pretty good about a nick falls through for just one hundred sixty three yards passing but the eagles defense forced five turnovers the victory reported with mulling dime ed benkin kyw newsradio goose regular season finale against the visiting cowboys and sunday means nothing but it's hard to argue that quarterback nick folz in doug peterson offense the racked up only two hundred sixteen yards critic new some more work a right now with only two guys i would assume that he did pride of place on x rays came back negative for branding graham ankle injury that offensive end says he'll be fine pittsburgh steelers eased by the houston texans on the road thirty four to six solidifying a first round by the afc playoff the seventy six years fivegame losing streaks in the rearview mirror mixed could tie go ahead with a three mcconnell who's the droid on both ends dogging jarrett jack he's got a he did try to deliver a christmas present sits opened march two more wouldn't it be sports would lp a corner 105 ninety eight victory at the new york knicks timothy john most certainly delivered with fifteen points off the bench considered the envy pa the game by his head coach brett perron i just wanted to give us a spark pounds per share the governor of trying to do my job joy lembi did his job played 34 minutes scored twenty five points grabbed sixteen rebounds recognized the stage the game was on on burner lagardere the low special are going through we're not beyond.
"ralf" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Me with latinos it's africanamericans and they are transforming that region both economically and politically and do you think that this was a demonstation that democrats are energized at people have went out to vote that perhaps haven't in the past or any evidence that republicans are voting democrat and doctors much evidence of the ladder but there is evidence of the former that there were numerous groups trying to get out the vote in northern virginia and that was a concern of the democrats before the election would there be energy for a low key candidate like ralf north him for governor it turns out some of the down belarus's like pedantic arom race a really help to provide some of the energy the roles hutu latinos who were elected to the virginia house of delegates first for them there was a vietnameseamerican the first to be elected in another delhi a wrist so you really it was a very broadbased quilt of a coalition can you shed some light on what happened in the race for governor because republican had gillespie was trounced by democrat ralph nor them it was very low key candidate what what's what happened there for edgelow speech it was a very ill fitting suit to try to be donald trump edgelow spree was an establishment republican who was chairman of the national party who was a counselor to george w bush she was a washington case treat lobbyist and he tried to run he trumpian kind of campaign that emphasized fear of illegal immigrants that emphasized honoring confederate monuments criticizing inappropriate both players who neil during the national anthem none of that really bring authentic to end to the extent that it did anything is energize the other side to come out and vote against him that why would mr gillespie be inspired to do that given that the polls indicate that president trump is is in the thirty eight percent area as of popularity one reason would be that in an offyear election like this one turn out as.
"ralf" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"And once our mother explain that to her she softened right up in their relate to cnn dynamic was interesting the guy ralfie ralf angels is the type of television kid to that you have the highest of hopes for joe ravaging the tail your high like i stuff hole but they always seem to let you back down to rough angel is about to really go through it because it was revealed in this past episode that dharla has doubts about the of their child oh no who we've all been in love with we love that little boy his spirit is so kind in gentle i'll send you an island dharla shia there with rough angel so rough angel hale who already lost to take advantage of every opportunity to put the victim shoes on share here we go again he though allred avid tried to avoid actually talking about real veins on the show because i hate to just i just don't like putting that kind of stuff arthur even if it's about a fictional character but roughly he is so woolmer woods is move on kazak heartbreaking nova then left robert dubois alone okay we oughta thyropause i like guy no he was the lack god our missed is eighty he'd online to rule okay so is it was too much for nova because she can deny like disconnection issues is ran into the like i at lee with hill the toll post is so much going on uh let me think who us charlie's mother left charles mother came rather we found out that all of the things that we were led to believe while her mother's relationship with her father were not true her father actually deny cheeto his on nova ever of angels mother to create charlie he data broken up because nova rove ages mother want it to be a free spirit fly the coup she was tired of living in everett or marriage in short to explore the world it's so she hid it in the a he hit it to california amid charlie's must.
"ralf" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Aisle after he got crippled was you know she remember she got crippled by falling in the whole in new york city and then you know she said she was sued him for fought sued the city for five million bucks in the next the the the next month she was post thing uh pictures on facebook of climbing mountains the did the doj combined or collective sharkah sir ralf your next with how we cargo had ralph nope we don't have any hour all right we i sorry ralph i'm still on glad you kept your own transistor radio at six comes in here there you go webb rigid definition up getting into came in and at the virgin if the chance for hashtag mind all what all are welcome trouble in the world that care a cumulus irish icban popped where everybody cared about the helmet they're not they're racer religion or whatever it is you you we're driving you know the problem is though that they're complaining about nonexistent problems here you know this this whole thing about the hands up don't shoot that's a myth and again you know wwe ralph mcnair had a senior moment when they all have to they all have to cake in the outcome on give it you know i i can understand dan complaints from from the black community relative to police stopping them wherever driving your i i get that i i think there's there i'm sure there the get hassles a lot more than you and i can ask when the road oregon has most treat i buy that but there's a place to demonstrate a place not to demonstrate manure demonstrating in a place where people powell are are not going to take that message seriously and going to get annoyed will you that's counterproductive isn't it i i liked the new police chief in dallas i've mentioned before the air he he when public and said the you know we have a lot of vacancies in the dallas police department than the eur of these these guys all went to college if they wanna come to life for the jobs i'm pretty sure we can put them right two armed the dallas police the far and i agree and yet okay susie your dax without regard thanks for the call ralph go ahead suzanne oh hi how it was so funny 'cause i.
"ralf" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"He is not moving to la he is commuting every day from san diego yeah but with a jet pack no he's the back of a car now jedi pack they set up a set up a mobile mobile quarterback station the back this carpet he's he's driving seventy five miles to training camp every day so that's a good decision so we'll talk to best rivers about that coming up next are ruptured out is fried it up into several the movie beat in a world someone has been watch who risked everything sorry i have not seen any herself without seeing a move ralf garments movie beat welcome to worldwide a variety of motion pictures this weekend in south lyon cineplex is really a very varied group let's kick things off with something in limited release called columbus that is in just a couple theaters run your but it seems to be really interesting small little film john chose stars as a man who finds himself stuck in columbus indiana because his architects father who's had a difficult relationship with is in the hospital and while he's they're trying to reconcile with his father deal with that relationship he comes across a young woman who is is also stuck in columbus with her mother who is a recovery addicts she feels an obligation to take care of hers that are pursuing her own dreams in the two of them come together haley richardson costars with john show parker posey also in the film wow here's some clips from the trailer movie called columbus it was never interesting in wanting to get better i quit.
"ralf" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"Ralf everyone we recorded this there was the announcement about nano's server just being the container host though you're not supposed to rise steadily ono asset horrible you can adjust their good a mover took containers oh law why would you right at yeah the doesn't really buy anything you know you've got so much more horsepower yard were anyway yeah and it doesn't really do anything but to keep your containers is leaders me especially think about his as many as you're gonna be running and now it's it's very worthwhile and it and it just like the whole decomposition angle of in a ustr breaking down any smaller containers you don't have is as much resource consume per instance right and by now not happen to be the host we can start doing some interesting things in the continue in that os emerge as if it doesn't need to be the host the dozen need a lot of those services you can make it even leaner yeah no i mean i was joke we can get rid of the printing fact server the affect may i it'd be surprised fan but it's even though you make a point at i've when when microsoft suddenly container seriousness of years ago and i bet we can go back on the show i said you know this is where microsoft going to have an advantage because it is their os and they know how to build it i'd bet you they build an optimized container version pretty darn quickly not just that it runs containers but it's the best oh s four containers i think in some ways being open source the way that links gets built the just not as quick for these kinds of things.
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"And check out the youtube channel mark set it up the search gender jill schlesinger now our two of our independent state our financial independence day shell ralf who is on the line from i hope that's iowa because mark put the state state cap the state abbreviations and i'm like i think that's iowa yes ralph how're you what push it uh i a hearing your comment some i have four children and um i have helped pay for their college expenses mom but uh one of a have to pick up a college loan and i just wanted to your by that there's any negative on why hey off their college slow on i am not a cool seiner heard your earlier program armed so just because the college longtroubled wrong 25000 pays off would shoot them during monkhood aims for about a year now it's going to take in about twenty twenty five and by that it's going to be an extra ten thousand and interest though i just wonder your comments first of all if there's any negative panel ps four doing that i go allehed there is uh anything else you had to say about that well okay so i mean first of all you are so generous and that's to wonderful thing to do as apparent if you can afford it and i'm presuming that you can afford this because otherwise you know you wouldn't be offering there is no prepayment penalty either with federal or or private student loans so that's a good thing where you paid off and have her pay you some interest are or help what's the game plan in terms of of making her financial lee responsible adult i think that's my game plan because from time to time i helped us and milder children like with a i want them to build up their credit yes but it helped him with like a car loan they came back saving someone in her so that was my plan bob probably have heard paint clinton your monthly payments he wants to do that but they would come to.