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"rhea world" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"rhea world" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin are all trumps. Even Arizona, which somehow has Biden winning Is rampant with voter fraud, Nevada same thing on Facebook shut down a group called Stop the Steel, which in a matter of hours, thanks to coordination by GOP operatives swelled to 35,000 users, some calling for civil war. Thursday night, Trump supporters organized Stop the steel campaign outside of Phoenix County facility the clock. County registrar Joe Gloria said he believed these demonstrations were putting his staff in danger. I can tell you that my wife and my mother are very concerned for me, but I am concerned for the safety of my staff. Meanwhile, other online hoaxes led to Rhea World, right Wing demonstrations like this viral Facebook video. So the people that were in front of me there were two people in front of me that used the Sharpie. Yes, it was given to them. It did not read their ballot. Okay? And it flooded in there twice. I used the pen and read your book and read your balance. So what they're doing is they're telling people that use the sharpies that way Those votes are counted overnight, Sharpe. Gate, which is not a thing became a thing. People protested in Arizona, claiming some election officials gave voters Sharpie pens that canceled out vote. Election officials say using a Sharpie would not invalidate a ballot in the mainstream media. A notable moment trumps 6 30.

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"rhea world" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"rhea world" Discussed on KOMO

"The Northwest's only 24 hour news station Coma news 1000 FM 97 7 final presidential debate could be heard Thursday night on Homo news. And after what we witnessed three weeks ago, True debaters want to hear a real debate of ideas. More memos. Bill Schwartz, the first Trump versus Biden, so called debate turned into two guys arguing and yelling over one another. Absolutely. Do you have an idea what you have to remind everyone what a debate is supposed to be? I reached out to University of Washington bottle professor Denise one. It's time that we each get speeches, and we also have time to question period. So when we do have questions, and we could absolutely question each other directly in speech and debate round That those questions are no one person asked. And then the other one respond. One learned how to properly debate in the South Seattle High School and now coaches u Dub bottles successful team so that we are really listening to what the other side says and responding in a way that doesn't just respond to the argument, But that understands the underlying concept behind the argumentation that any time are the contestants and competitors allowed to talk over one another. We don't We don't talk over one another students joined the college debate team. For many reasons. You've gotta get up and speak in front of everybody in the room for a few minutes, and you can only solid kids who've done things like debate because they get up and they talk with no problem. Debate class. I can apply to Rhea World Conversations where You know, allow somebody to speak without interrupting. Can a virtual debate work for politicians during our pandemic? Yep. In fact, UDA bottles team shined in the April national competition simultaneously. We had people from Alaska to New York and Florida. It was amazing. You have the opportunity to listen to all those voices. Tomorrow night, Professor von and her students will be watching and listening, hoping for a really debate. We should have really answers to really question And unfortunately, I don't think we're going to see a lot of that that that has been a sadness for me in a real debate, says Denise von Competitors are respectful, appreciate the other side and sometimes become lifelong friends. I'm Bill Schwartz Comeau News. The CDC says 299,000 Mohr people have died in the United States this year than would be expected in a typical year. Two thirds of them died from Cove in 19 Doctor She's a dean of Brown University School of Public Health, spoke with ABC is Robin Roberts. You know, we have known that there has been an undercount that there's been more people have gotten sick and died from this disease. This is I think the best estimates still far of what that told Mike look like 2 20,000. The official number is bad enough. But this suggests there were many, many more people who were infected and died of this disease, But we didn't have good testing. And so we couldn't really identify them as carnivorous visions, the largest percentage increase among Latinos and young adults, ages 25 to 44 as you've been saying all along. Everybody is at risk here. Yet there's two parts of this that are really frustrated me when one is that there was access tests across every racial ethnic group, but particularly as you said, among Latinos. And African Americans and then particularly among young people. This is not a disease that spares anybody, and there has been this kind of drumbeat of Oh, it's only the elderly first. All that would be bad enough..

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"rhea world" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"rhea world" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay informed. The Northwest's on ly 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 The final presidential debate could be heard Thursday night on Co Moh news. And after what we witnessed three weeks ago, True debaters want to hear a real debate of ideas. More memos. Bills. Schwartz, the first Trump versus biting so called debate turned into two guys arguing and yelling over one another. Absolutely. You have an idea what you have to remind everyone what a debate is supposed to be. I reached out to University of Washington bottle professor Denise one. It's time that we each get speeches, and we also have time to question period. So when we do have questions, and we could absolutely question each other directly in speech and debate round But those questions are no one person asked. And then the other one respond. One learned how to properly debate in a South Seattle high school and now coaches UDA bottles, successful team so that we are really listening to what the other side and responding in a way that doesn't just respond to the argument, But that understands the underlying concept behind the argumentation at any time. Are the contestants and competitors allowed to talk over one another. We don't We don't talk over one another students joined the college debate team. For many reasons. You've gotta get up and speak in front of everybody in the room for a few minutes, and you can only solid kids who've done things like debate because they get up and they talk with no problem. Debate class. I can apply to Rhea World Conversations where You know, allow somebody to speak without interrupting. Can a virtual debate work for politicians during our pandemic? Yep. In fact, UDA bottles team shined in the April national competition simultaneously. We had people from Alaska to New York and Florida. It was amazing. You have the opportunity to listen to all those voices. Tomorrow night, Professor von and her students will be watching and listening, hoping for a really debate. We should have really answers to really questions. And unfortunately, I don't think we're going to see a lot of died and that that has been a sadness for me in a real debate, says Denise von Competitors are respectful, appreciate the other side and sometimes become lifelong friends. I'm Bill Swartz Comeau News. The CDC says 299,000 Mohr people have died in the United States this year than would be expected in a typical year. Two thirds of them died from Cove in 19 Doctor She's a dean of Brown University School of Public Health spoke with ABC is Robin Roberts. You know, we have known that there has been an undercount that there've been more people have gotten sick and died from this disease. Now this is, I think the best estimate so far of what that told Mike look like 2 20,000. The official number is bad enough..

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"rhea world" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"rhea world" Discussed on KOMO

"Come on track because at 5 34. Here's the coma, weather outlooks and some brakes now around the Puget Sound area lows tonight in the thirties and forties under clear skies sunny tomorrow forties and fifties and then chilly and rainy on Friday in downtown Seattle, 50 for common use time 5 25. The final presidential debate can be heard tomorrow night on CO Moh news after what we witnessed three weeks ago. True debaters want to hear a real debate of ideas more from comas. Bill Sports The first Trump versus Biden, so called debate turned into two guys arguing and yelling over one another. Absolutely. Do you have any idea what you have to remind everyone what a debate is supposed to be? I reached out to University of Washington bottle professor Denise one. It's time that we each get speeches, and we also have time to question period. So when we do have questions, and we could absolutely question each other directly in speech and debate round That those questions are you know one person ass and then the other one respond. One learned how to properly debate in a South Seattle high school and now coaches u Dub bottles successful team so that we are really listening to what the other side size and responding in a way that doesn't just respond to the argument, But that understands the underlying concept behind the argumentation that any time are the contestants and competitors allowed to talk over one another. We don't We don't talk over one another students joined the college debate team. For many reasons. You've gotta get up and speak in front of everybody in the room for a few minutes, and you can only solid kids who've done things like debate because they get up and they talk with no problem. Debate class. I can apply to Rhea World Conversations where You know, allow somebody to speak without interrupting. Can a virtual debate work for politicians during our pandemic? Yep. In fact, UDA bottles team shined in the April national competition simultaneously. We had people from Alaska to New York and Florida. It was amazing. Have the opportunity to listen to all those places tomorrow night, Professor von and her students will be watching and listening, hoping for a really debate. We should have real answers to really questions. And unfortunately, I don't think we're going to see a lot of died and that that has been a sadness for me in a real debate, says Denise von Competitors are respectful, appreciate the other side and sometimes become lifelong friends. I'm Bill Schwartz. Comeau News. Coma News Time 5 28 individual results Very exclusions apply. Imagine feeling the freedom of 2020 vision without the hassle of glasses.

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"rhea world" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"rhea world" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Out of the candidate. I think Savannah Guthrie watched the first debate saw Chris Wallace fail. He tried. Don't get me wrong but fail miserably. And she said, I'm going to take charge and she got a lot out of the president. And so I thought that was really good. I thought she was Combat of at times, but I think with Trump you have to be. You cannot let anyone come in and totally dominate you. So I thought that she was good on and I thought that we got stuff. Like. Did you learn anything? I mean, I learned a few things. You know what? What? What? What did you mean? Really? What is it? What's the seal team? Six. Well, that, But I got I got sent that like three days ago by crazy people, but but that Joe Biden magically they faked bin Laden is death. And then Joe Biden had seal Team six. Murdered. Murdered and this is what he's been going on about, and he's tweeted it out Tweeted. You have to call him on that. And Savannah Guthrie did. And it's just a ridiculous, crazy uncle. It's just Yeah, let's Let's play that one. Let me get that one because that was that was a ah It's a pretty good one here ago. Just this week you reached pleaded to your 87 million followers. A conspiracy theory. Joe Biden orchestrated to have seal Team six. The Navy Seal team six killed to cover up a fake have been laden Now why would you send a lot of meat with that was a opinion of somebody. That was a retweet. I'll put it out there. People can decide for someone's crazy uncle. That was a retweet and I do a lot of retweets and frankly, because the media is so famous and so corrupt. If I didn't have social Media Twitter, I called social media. I wouldn't be able to get the word out. So he's the one putting fake news out there just to see something that says this will damage Biden. He puts it out there. He doesn't see it. He didn't watch it. He didn't do any of that stuff. I got sent it three times yesterday and the and I'm like. This is the latest thing I've ever seen a slap in the face to seal Team six that he would even give this thing any anything that they came out and hammered him by the way, and one of them is a huge trump fan. Absolutely so I don't get when Trump does stuff like that. It is a total Turn off. I mean, do you really think that Joe Biden has that kind of power? That he could fake the death of bin Laden and orchestrated and set it all up. And Trump just claims. Why didn't know what you think I did, you know, probably didn't even look at it, He says. We'll destroy by okay. But then on the other side stuff that actually has really implication and Rhea World implication. When they asked Biden He gave you the worst answer. I have not been a fan of Pack court packing, because then they could just generates what will happen every whoever wins. It just keeps moving in a way that is inconsistent with what is going to be manageable. So you're still not a fan, but I'm not a fan of Don't say it depends on how this turns out, not how he wins, but how it's handled. If they vote out before the election, you are open to expanding the court. I'm open to considering what happens from that point on, he won't answer the question, and that has really world implications. When you have nine people that could become 12 people that can override the voters and remember, I think it was Jefferson Jackson said. That they should be the least threatening and do the least damage of all the branches of government. And they're now becoming the to me that the most powerful branch because guess what they have the true final say..

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YouTube cracks down on QAnon and other conspiracy videos

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

YouTube cracks down on QAnon and other conspiracy videos

"YouTube cracks down on conspiracy content YouTube updates It's hate speech policy, vowing to remove videos that target individuals or groups with conspiracy theories used to inside Rhea World Violence. This includes Q and on the baseless conspiracy theory that President Trump is fighting a secret Kabbalah pedophiles run by celebrities and government officials is Christian Goodwin. The update stops short of the ban on all conspiracy content. Facebook has banned all Q and on groups Twitter restricts accounts linked to that movement.

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"rhea world" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"rhea world" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Win. That is undeniable. What is it? Is it I think it's just we just played for one another. That's that's what it is. We don't let anyone down. We just make sure that we get in and sometimes we get down to just stand together. We know there's strength in numbers. We just stand up and just go after you said you had enough left in the tank. And you did. Now you get a chance to go against Seattle. A team maybe twice in the regular season. How do you see this final shaping up? They start on Friday. I mean, it's gonna be a lot of fun. It's just gonna be something probably like this. We're just gonna go ahead and it's the first time and it's so you know, we're we're new lease to it. But, you know, we're gonna get the job done. You know, by any means necessary. We just gotta come. They're on to us. It's a great point of this is just your third year in the league. What have you learned about yourself in this MVP season? Getting your team to the final that you can lean on? I can't let anything up. I can't let my teammates go out. I can't let I gotta leave it all out there on the corner. That's the biggest thing that I've learned in 2020. I got to give it my all and leaving over, guys. So we're just gonna go back, get it with the good Seattle team and we're going to toss the ball up in pleasure. Major Wilson with our Holly Rowe. Las Vegas aces. Seattle Storm WN BA Finals, ESPN analysts Rebecca Lobo. It's only fitting that we see this matchup because during the course of the regular season, they were the best two teams. We have the top two M V P candidates Asia, Wilson finished first and voting brand is Stuart second and voting So we're going to see the big guns going at one another in a finals match up, but I think a lot of people expected At the end of the regular season. Aces in Storm Game one Friday on ESPN to SportsCenter all night, ESPN radio, the WN BA and the MBA for that matter, wrapping up their seasons in They're bubbles settings. Other sports baseball NFL out in the Rhea World. No fans in many instances, but there's still exposure to life. We saw that on Tuesday, Tennessee Titans having positive covert tests for three players and five other staff members, so their facility was shut down. So was the Vikings, the silvery since those two teams played each other on Sunday stealers are the ones who were supposed to play at Tennessee this Sunday, Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin. Is still all in for week for we've been given a mandate to compare is if the game was going to be played and played on time. And so that is our mentality. We've gone about today's business from a game planning standpoint, with that mentality, trusted medical experts and they deem it safe for us to proceed. Then we will go down there with the intention of plan and play in the wind. Whether they do play is still one of the big questions for that needs to be answered this week or When they might play. ESPN is Diana Rossini. There's a competitive advisory committee that the NFL put together during this off season when they were trying to navigate how they were going to go about this in this cove ID era and basically what they do. Is they listening to the situation which we see the situation today? That's presenting itself which is Tennessee is not allowed in there facility. They're not gonna be able allowed. Back in until Saturday at the earliest. At this point, so they obviously have the disadvantage. Everything is virtual. They can't practice that have to do a virtual walkthrough. But I spoke to Tennessee today, and they're mentally prepared to do all this virtually and play on Sunday. Now a source did share with me that the that the league is going to try to at least give the Titans one day of practice before they would play the game. So, for example, let's say they're back in on Saturday they be able to practice on Sunday they would play on Monday because one of the contingency plans is the play on Monday. Or Tuesday. Those are the two days that are still on the table, so it's really going to come down to when Tennessee can get back in the building and Scott. We're waiting for more covert test because the team was tested on Monday, and those positive tests that came back today or from were the result of Monday. So now we're going to see If the tests are gonna come back positive for Tuesday, as we know this virus tends to incubate itself, so it could take some time. Fingers crossed, though, that we get the news across the league that more negative tests come back. Keyshawn J. Willens. Uman, of course, will have Maura on the NFL's week. Four situation and what it could mean as the season progresses. Diner CD will join the show at 9 30 Eastern Time. Tennessee with new positive cases. Vikings with zero positive cases at this point, but we know the facility's closed until those results are in. Results are in from Minnesota. And, yes, it's another loss. That's next ESPN radio theme.

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"rhea world" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"rhea world" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Sasha Pfeiffer and I'm Audie Cornish. Facebook wants to be an authority on climate. Today, the social network launched a climate Science Information Center, a central hub for climate fax, not as straightforward as it may sound. It'll start getting cooler. I wishes you just watch that was President Trump yesterday in California, addressing how climate change affects wildfires. We asked Facebook, VP of global affairs and communications Nick Clegg about what happens when politicians don't accept the science. Facebook's role is not to tell whoever is elected president, United States what they can and can't A sad within within limits. No no. One, including President Trump. No, no politician could say things which threaten impending real world home and our policies will hate speech, A plight everybody, But when it comes to debate about climate science, what we're trying to do why we are hopeful is Climate Science Information Center will be very effective is it provides a simple, easy to find repository for authoritative information about what is happening to our climate and our experience. To the covert information hub is that there is a real appetite for people to find out more for themselves. We have seen misinformation in general spreading when it comes to this issue, And is there anything that Facebook, Khun Doom or proactively to prevent this misinformation from spreading? I say we do already more than any any other company in the industry. No other company partners with 70 plus fact checkers around the world. You know, Fact checking is not some is not some sort of light. Sanction the suggestion that the only remedy to misinformation incredible reverence information is when content is removed, I think overlooks how effective this program of fact checking can be, you know, Removing constant is the ultimate sanction on we confine that to contact think there was a clear and impending linked to Rhea World Home. So, for instance, this last weekend, we remove content, which circulated, which made claims that Far left groups were responsible for the fires in in Oregon. We did so because the police nor enforcement emergency services told us that these rumors were actually taking their resources away from helping people whose homes were AH blames. Earlier. You made this comment about the public and politicians. I do want to come back to it for one more thing, which is that just recently, the Department of Health and Human Services Public Affairs officials. Name's Michael Caputo used a Facebook live stream to make all kinds of claims against the federal government. Ones that do sound threatening or dangerous, you know, claiming that there were hit squads that we're preparing for armed insurrection. How do you refute this? Do you reach out to people who saw the video? Is there anything you can do? Or is this in the column of It came from a politician, so it's not our deal to make comment on it, so I haven't seen the videos. I simply can't Collins on Lee all the video itself. It was a live stream, so it's a good number of us missed it. But it came from Facebook. The country is going through a highly highly polarized time with people from all wings of opinion, saying things to each other and about each other lot leased in the run up to this highly consequence of consequential election on DH we have put in place Oh, range of guard rails to try. Make sure platform remains a a place for open debate. Sometimes we act swiftly. Immediately. Sometimes we don't act quickly enough. And then quite rightly. People criticized Facebook. But I didn't think it would be a fair to overlook Thie. Huge, huge undertaking, which now exists on Facebook. Whether it is the millions of fake accounts removed every day, the 35,000 people will be employed to help monitor what goes on on our platform much and I don't think I am. I mean, I guess what I want to say is Thies. Things aren't disconnected. Here. You have a science hub. And here you have someone using Facebook, someone in an official capacity who claims federal government scientists are engaging in sedition. This is going against the Let's college good or clean information you're trying to put out on the one hand and on the other hand, there's a steady stream of this other stuff. I think it would be unrealistic to imagine that the only thing is that we're going to see on Facebook is material you feel comfortable or happy about. That's not the nature of the world we live in, and it's certainly not make sure the highly polarized debate we have in the United States. That video broke our rules. We didn't act on it. I'm sure that is a legitimate source of criticism. But I I think the underlying point you're making is that yes, one of the reasons for this climate Assize Center is precisely because a good speech is often the most effective antidote to bad speech. We'll make leg. Thank you so much for your time. Much appreciated. Thank you. We should note. Facebook is a financial supporter of NPR. Support.

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"rhea world" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"rhea world" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Supported the Democrats wrote checks to the Democrats expressed Democrat views was for abortion. Now he says he's not. I don't trust people who will go 1 80, but what I don't need I don't need it. I am I am today, but I'm not tomorrow. That's that's almost like talking to a car salesmen or something. Not put car salesmen down, But, you know, they tell you what, you want to hear what they wanna hear so they can keep their job. Exactly. Yep. I'm right there with you, Neil. I'm so glad to know you're there. I appreciate the call very much. Let's get the job we hear from Traverse City, Michigan. Hello, Joe. How are you doing today to talk to you doing doing good. Thank you. Hey, I consider I consider myself a Ah, moderate leaning conservative and I'm in a family of predominantly liberal Democrats, and I wanted to get your opinion on how to properly engage them on the topic of how to deal with the civil unrest. I hear a lot of Support for for Biden. But a lot of lot of my conservative friends weapon what's biting his plan to deal with civil unrest That's going on right now, and my question is well. I'm not really 100% sure how to answer because what I see from the Trump administration is to send more federal troops spend more federal troops than we devolved into a Discussion of whether or not that should be a a local state issue or a federal issue, and I wanted to protect you. That's exactly what I should say. That's exactly right. It's the way you answer this exactly the way you and we have less than a minute, so I hate to interrupt you there, but it's not. Presidents don't determine how to take care of civil unrest unless it's beyond the ability of the National Guard and governor. It's up two governors and mayors. And sometimes they don't act the way you you would like. But presidents cannot. I saw the president yesterday saying something about I gotta wait for them to call me. Somebody finally got through to him. But the constitution very clear the states our sovereign authorities. And it's not up to Joe Biden. It's not up to Donald Trump. It's up to your governor. That's really what it comes down to about dealing with civil unrest, but So it's not the presidential candidates the Rhea world.

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"rhea world" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"rhea world" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Let's go back. And how about the ride along program? How about you know what I want to do? I want to go out and get the most vocal protesters. The guy out there with expletives and screaming and yelling and I want to put a uniform one and I get in my car and stay with me for six hours and I'll show you what's going on. And why we're in the car. We're not going to Yale. We're not going to scream. Not gonna hit each other. Just watch what I do. I don't have to watch what you do. I grew up in the most racist time in modern America. I grew up in 19 forties and 19 fifties. I know what he's going through. So why don't we exchange that but not take me out of it. Put a white officer. Yeah, and I can't thank you enough, Clarence. And I don't know if you remember this, but this is really changed my life. I did this as a favor to Jean Ramirez, where I gave a post credit speech to room of 500 police officers. This was at a hotel in Orange County somewhere. And I thought I was gonna, you know, not get out of there in my life that I thought they were gonna be throwing things at me. I thought it was just gonna be so much hostile energy because they wanted to hear from my side like the plaintiff side on it was 500 cops, and that was the most love I have ever received. I was there. You were there weren't was there? Yeah, it was. It was so warmly received. They really wanted to hear our perspective and what it taught me was. I thought that these were the majority. It taught me that this is the majority of law enforce your That's what it talk human beings. Yeah. Take the uniform off and we're all from the same nature. We all are. Human beings can't thank you enough for calling clients. I really appreciate you being right. Alright, brother. Look, I love you so much. You know what? I heard clearance saying, though I want to jump in on this because I heard him saying that we had something we were doing at one time, and it really worked. We're not doing that anymore. Let's go back to doing it. And then when I'm hearing him say that what I'm thinking is why are we not doing that now? What changed What drove us to the place where we are now where we don't do those things. And we also heard from Allen, who was talking about leadership. Now, one of the things that you don't know about law enforcement is top down the Yeah, The leadership determines everything. Law enforcement is a secular community, but it's a community within the community. And they're going to take their cue from the leadership. And if the leadership adopts us against a matter where does the leadership take their cue? Because they're not just bullies come out of nowhere, but should pop out of the ground. Oh, there's a guy he's going to be the guy that put him in that job now. It's the community. Yes. And you are so right. And folks, if you'd like to join the discussion, we're talking about what types of Rhea World Solutions we can use to bridge the gaps. That have become so prevalent in our society. Democrat Republican Blue lives matter. Black lives matter all of these things where we have just put these lists up, and we have to hate the person on the other side, Greg, I was trying to get to you before. Are you with me if you come back to me. Oh, Greg, are you there? We're gonna get you after the break. If you are there telling me I gotta break if you'd like to join the discussion, and we were just 100 to 2 to 5 to 2 to 100 to 2 to 5 to 2 to don't have to have a degree all you have to have the love for your country way really want to help? And Hang on, Greg, we'll get to you. We're gonna get to you. After Greg, We're going to be right back. Beautiful magic baby singing people love to complain about their elected officials. But guess what very elected, ready to make a.

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"rhea world" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"rhea world" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Defend what this department is doing. Or lay the blame on Bruce Anderson. Or lay the blame on Eagle or Josh Green or whoever you want. Damn it! Get your house in order. Rhea World consequences unemployment. Historic levels is thrown Hawaii into a depression and this high school bickering back and forth must stop. It must stop cage via Honolulu and I heart radio station. A sharp turn on Wall Street have Lisa Brady Fox News. The Dow's down over 700 points despite slightly better news on unemployment, with first time claims for benefits, dropping back under a million. There were 881,000 new claims for unemployment benefits. Last week, economists were predicting more than 900,000 continuing claims. The number of those still receiving benefits declined to 13.2 million boxes. GeneCo's solo the government's jobs report. August is due out tomorrow. Big Tech shares leading today's lox stock slide the NASDAQ Down over 500 points. The president says polls are fake news downplaying any round that show Joe Biden still leading after both parties, conventions, though, in some battleground states, not by quite a CZ Much today, Biden becomes the first Democratic presidential nominee to visit Wisconsin since 2012 Planning to hold a community meeting and me with law enforcement in Kenosha, where the president went two days ago, touring damage from riots after the police shooting of Jacob Lay earlier this.

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"rhea world" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"rhea world" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Let's go back. And how about the ride along program? How about you know what I want to do? I want to go out and get the most vocal protesters. The guy out there with expletives and screaming and yelling and I want to put a uniform one and I get in my car and stay with me for six hours and I'll show you what's going on. And why we're in the car. We're not going to Yale. We're not going to scream. Not gonna hit each other. Just watch what I do. I don't have to watch what you do. I grew up in the most racist time in modern America. I grew up in 19 forties in 19 fifties. I know what he's going through. So why don't we exchange that but not take me out of it. Put a white officer. Yeah, and I can't Thank you enough, Clarence. And you know, I don't know if you remember this, but this is really changed my life. I did this as a favor to Jean Ramirez, where I gave a post credit speech to room of 500 police officers. This was at a hotel in Orange County somewhere. And I thought I was going, you know, not get out of there in my life that I thought they were gonna be throwing things at me. I thought it was just gonna be so much hostile energy because they wanted to hear from my side like the plaintiff side on it was 500 cops, and that was the most love I have ever received. I was there. You were there weren't was there? Yeah, it was. It was so warmly received. They really wanted to hear our perspective. And what it taught me was. I thought that these were the majority. Taught me that this is the majority of lawn force George. That's what it taught him and beans. Yeah, take the uniform off, and we're all from the same nature. We all are. Human beings can't thank you enough for calling clients. I really appreciate you seeing me Ryan. Right, brother Like I love you so much. You know what? I heard clearance saying, though I want to jump in on this because I heard him saying that we had something we were doing at one time, right? And it really worked. We're not doing that anymore. Let's go back to doing it. And then when I'm hearing him say that what I'm thinking is why are we not doing that now? What changed What drove us to the place where we are now where we don't do those things. And we also heard from Allen, who was talking about leadership. Now, one of the things that you don't know about law enforcement is top down the Yeah, The leadership determines everything. Law enforcement is a secular community Big. It's a community within a community. And they're going to take their cue from the leadership and if the leadership adopts us against them, and where does the leadership take their cue? Because they're not just bullies come out of nowhere. Let's just pop out of the ground. Oh, there's a guy he's going to be the guy that put him in that job now. It's the community. Yes. And you are so right. And folks, if you'd like to join the discussion, we're talking about what types of Rhea World Solutions we can use to bridge the gaps. That have become so prevalent in our society. Democrat Republican Blue lives matter. Black lives matter all of these things where we have just put these lists up, and we have to hate the person on the other side, Greg, I was trying to get to you before. Are you with me if you come back to me. Oh, Greg, are you there? We're gonna get you after the break. If you are there telling me I gotta break if you'd like to join the discussion, and we were just at 100 to 2 to 5 to 2 to 100 to 2 to 5 to 2 to don't have to have a degree all you have to have the love for your country. We really want to help and hang on, Greg, we'll get to you. We're going to get to you After Greg, we're going to be right back. Beautiful magic, baby sinking. So r US pie. I'm Joe Collins, your Republican congressional candidate for the 43rd district. I'm calling the rally all of our fellow Republicans to help me defeat Maxine Waters and take back.

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"rhea world" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"rhea world" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The people in the suburbs know it. This is going to be a historic election. This election's gonna have a huge turnout, and it's not going to be people for Joe Biden. It's going to be people who want to save the Constitution of the United States. People want You have freedom. Remember? The purpose of the Constitution was to guarantee our liberties. The first Amendment and boy, they're working on the Democratic side to eliminate free speech, aren't they? Yes, And they're doing everything they can to eliminate the second Amendment. Yes, the right to keep and bear arms. They're also doing everything they can with the lock down to make sure you can't go to church. They don't believe in religion. Socialism is based in atheism. Karl Marx was the grandson of a famous Jewish rabbi, and he abandoned his Jewish space and he abandoned everything Jewish and he turned atheists. And you know what if you look at and study all these socialist experiments around the world The leaders you find you're all atheists. That's why they hate the church. That's why they hate Israel. Well, when I look at some of the chapters in your book about Rhea World Socialism I want to know Venezuela 20 some years ago, it was like the richest country in South America with the largest proven oil reserves. Now they're eating grass. I look at North Korea, Maybe Kim John, maybe maybe on is dead. There's been reporting tonight that maybe Kim Jong un. The leader of North Korea is dead, and I'm sure he's in hell, along with Hitler and many others. I look at where his socialism worked anywhere in the world. And when the Democrats talk about Scandinavian countries, they will tell you, Dr Lamar Oh, we're not a socialistic country here. It all as socialism worked in New York and Chicago and San Francisco in Portland. Look what's happening. 81 consecutive nights. It's all failed. So what is in the media cover it the way it would be object. Can you imagine a bunch of right wingers were running around Portland lighting things up for anyone days in a row? What if the crowd carrying torches in Charlottesville had done that for 81 days in a row? Do you think the media would react to that? The media is socialist. That's who they are, and they're using that to help change the former government. Barack Obama said he was looking for transformation. Lots of these people. Lots of these Democrats. Lots of the socialist lots of these Marxist organisations. They're all saying the same thing. They don't believe in the Constitution. They don't believe in freedom. They believe in the elite running the country. They're the elite. They think in their in their egotistical brains that they know more than the entire world of the other. Millions and billions of people and they're going to do what's right for everybody. But you know what? Everywhere. It's tried and I've studied. I've read every book on Marxism and socialism, areas and everywhere they tried. They have failed. It always always always leads the economic And social and moral bankruptcy. That's why there's so many suicides. In fact, right now in America, whether it's surgeries that have been delayed or suicides or drug use, you have a bold prediction about what's gonna happen in November. The third will you share with the American people tonight. Your predictions doctor tomorrow. You were right on the mark in 2016. What do you see? Happening in the White house that you have? Actually, I see your chart. How many electoral votes Trump's gonna win? Plus the house and the Senate. What do you see? Right, Let me tell you one other thing about 2016 real quick. And that is, I don't predict the overall solution. Overall election without predicting each state separately, every state Donald Trump won, I pricked predicted correctly. That's why my overall numbers were correct. This time around right now I see Donald Trump getting 348 electoral votes and I see Joe Biden getting 190. He's not even going to come close. Wow. And I'm gonna write that down. Tater. Write that down. You said 348 didn't get like 316 2016. Yeah, All right, so he he's gonna win all the states he won plus other states and, well, Joe Biden. He was asked the question tonight, he said he's getting ready. But nonetheless, with Joe Biden actually debate the president on September 29th and two more times. Well, I don't know for sure. But I will tell you this. He's going to do everything to get out of it. He can't stay in 10 minutes. Don't forget he's not going to be able to rehearse every every sentence of every answer in a debate. He's not going to be able to have a staff. You re taking. Let's take two. Take three Take for until he gets right. He's gonna have to ad lib going Tio. He's not gonna be able to do that. He can talk for two minutes in a row. He can put two sentences together, let alone a debate with Donald Trump. He's gonna lose miserably if he ever gets on the stage with Donald Trump, and that's why I think He's going to avoid it. He may say he's got the covert virus who knows what he's going to say, But he's going to try to avoid it. You can bet and the president talked about eight days ago. You get you know we speak and frequently but he called me and I gave him my viewpoints about Ohio. But he does. His advisers were telling him that Biden will not debate him. The president believes he will debate because he has no other choice but to do it. And by then CNN Polling tonight has a little bit of a bounce from the Democrats. After Thursday, there's gonna be a little bit better bounce for the Republicans..

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"rhea world" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"rhea world" Discussed on KOMO

"The Northwest's only 24 hour news station Co Moh news, 1000 FM 97 7 And we thank you for joining us this afternoon. Our editor, Jeremy Greater, I'm Rick fan sites with Lusa, Jaffe a scan of our top stories now. Joe Biden and his running mate, Kamala Harris, are calling for masks to be mandatory across the nation. They met with health experts on day two of campaigning together in Delaware. President Trump is attacking. Call for a nationwide mass mandate. Gunfire today by West Lake Mall Seattle police arresting a man and recovering a gun following a shooting this afternoon at fourth and pine downtown that left another man seriously injured as Hollywood tries to figure out how to produce entertainment during a pandemic. Things look a bit off. Talk show hosts are doing shows from their homes. Soap operas don't have love scenes, and until a vaccine comes along, things will continue to be unusual. Stevens I chick is a Washington Post entertainment business report. He Jones is on the camo news line. Stephen, You spoke with a lot of people in Hollywood about this transformed world. What are they telling you? Well, really Interesting point, Charlie. I mean, a lot of what we sort of been become accustomed to in terms of our own lives is about to be reflected on the screen. You know everything as you say, from limited romantic Romantic interactions to big crowds. I mean, you know, some of the best movie scenes in history often involved hundreds, if not thousands, of extras milling about in the background or passing characters on the street. That can happen now because it's not cost effective and it's not. It's not. So I think we're going to see a lot of these changes again that we have been experiencing in our own. Sort of dystopian lives reflected in movies and TV shows. And how will producers and filmmakers approach things if they're not able to do the big crowd scenes if they're not ableto bring in a giant crew to film that big car chase? What's plan B? Well, yeah, they're they're, I guess maybe the old adage about you know, that's why they hate all the producers the big bucks, except for when they don't If it comes to the planning these air these people, Hollywood producers were used to being inventive or used to be innovative. They're trying to find ways around it. You know, one thing that came up. Ah, lot was the question of can use digital technology is we've all sort of discovered during the pandemic consented to be used, and the consensus on that is you can, but only two very limited agrees. You can show maybe a The wide shot very distant shot of off people in the background. You know, one imagines the the folks in gladiator watching the You know the battle on in the arena, maybe at a distance and that of the CG ID and that could be generated digitally. But a lot of stuff up close can't be. You know, another thing it really can't be accounted for is location. Some of our best TV shows. Our favorite films often go to Rhea World Places whether their stores or landmarks or anything like that in the police won't let you in right now, so you can try to, you know, build it on the stage. Try to reconstruct it, but it's not gonna be easy and you bring up the example of the show. Better call Saul, New Mexico Albuquerque. That is as much of a character on that show. It's Sol is so I think that's a valid and big point. Should we, as an audience even have diminished expectations for the quality of the product. We see in the coming months. I had a great a great question, and nobody knows what the signs at least at this point. Charlie pointed. Yes, you have to remember to budgets are skyrocketing in the age of Kobe, because it's just so much more expensive to do anything. Everything takes longer. Everything is less efficient. You need to hire separate health care experts to come onto the set. And when that happens when everything gets more expensive, the quality tends to go down. Stevens. I check his stories in the Washington Post. Well worth a read. Always appreciate talking. You have. Ah, great day and thank you, Steven, and that's Como's Charlie Harker. Now.

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"rhea world" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"rhea world" Discussed on WTOP

"Record Cove in 19 hospitalizations air now at 535 which is a decline of 20 over the previous day. One of the state's hot spots is Worcester County, where the positivity rate has risen to 6.5%. Prince George County's positivity rate is not far behind at 6.2%. State health officials also see room for improvement among Maryland's younger than 40 set. They're making up 56% of the new cases. So far, 16.4% of Maryland's population has been tested. The Trump Administration is calling out. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan harshly worded letter cites Hogan for a lack of Corona virus pandemic related inspections of nursing homes. Deeming the state's effort a failure. The Baltimore Sun reports. The administration claims the state missed federally mandated deadlines and has the worst inspection record in the country. By far. Hogan. Officials dispute the claims, saying nearly 75% of nursing homes in the state have been inspected, according to the federal process, with remaining surveys to be completed in the next two weeks, constructionism er way on a stretch of River Road in Bethesda as the community there get some safety improvements that they have Long been pushing for the work happening on River Road near Braeburn Parkway will take months to finish, but its years in the making The stretch of road is where Whitman High School senior Thomas de Macedo and his parents were killed when their car was smashed into by a speeding driver in 2016 as they were trying to make a turn. Maryland State Highway is putting a new traffic signal at river in Braeburn, as well as channel ized Islands. That'll keep cars from turning left from Braeburn onto river or from going straight through better pedestrian crossings are also being constructed just a bit south of there, which will include the addition of a traffic signal allowing pedestrians to safely cross John Doman. W T. O P new full time. Cashless tolling is now in effect across Maryland that includes the Kennedy Memorial Highway in the four McHenry Tunnel along 9 95 Well as the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel and the nice Middleton Bridge. With all of that electronic system, drivers no longer have to stop and pay tolls. Instead, they're collected through E Z pass and video tolling. In addition to Mork convenience, it also means less engine idling and congestion and improved safety. Nearly 93% of all new cars have at least one available. Advanced driver assistance feature. They can help maintain your lane speed and distance from other cars even automatically. Brakes. But triple A's test of these systems found on average, they encountered an issue every eight mile during 4000 miles of Rhea world, testing the five systems evaluated by Triple A experienced an issue on average every eight miles. Tesla's autopilot was not tested. Most of the issues had to do with maintaining the vehicle's lane, sometimes getting too close to guard rails or other vehicles. Tripoli also found the systems had a tendency to disengage with little notice. But they did not reveal how individual systems.

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"rhea world" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"rhea world" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Facts matter but no actual action for support, But they d'oh I'm showing by the executive editor at the Atlantic. Adrian, the France who wrote the prophecies of Q and in depth piece on cue and on. You can follow her on Twitter at Adrian L. A F There was also this narrative during the Russia investigation that was being propagated by Q. And on that Robert Mueller was somehow working with President Trump. Everything wasn't as it seemed. What was that all about? Sure. And I should say that you I mean this conspiracy serious, so sprawling that you consigned basically any other conspiracy theory as a subset within it. It's sort of like its own universe. And so they're definitely there were ah sort of Just be a few followers who believe that Trump and Miller were secretly working together and that the special counsel's report would exonerate Trump and then the mass arrests of these powerful Democrats to two people. They are working in secret on torturing Children. Of course, we know that that didn't happen. The Mueller effort did not fully exonerate Trump in order that we come after us yet again to followers. Seem undeterred by reality because child sex trafficking is at the center of this conspiracy theory. How did the arrest and then death of Jeffrey Epstein play into all of this? So this is where it gets interesting because of Rhea World. Events are sort of filtered back into the conspiracy theory and something you'll hear. A lot of people will say, Well, I've seen you know there is evidence that I've seen really was abusing Children. And so they used elements, in fact to say, Well, then how can you? Why would you? Why would you doubt that? There's a Similar thing going on in a local pizza shop, and similarly, the you know the reference the Catholic Church and the well documented child sex abuse happening in that realm. And so I think a lot of people will ask why the fixation on On a child sex abuse, and I think it's because a completely horrifying so there's there's this sense that if there's even a remote chance that this could be true lie, not take it seriously. And then be we really do have evidence that this is a problem in society. And so for Q followers, I think that that narrative and of lens I believe lends legitimacy, Tio que and on and they make the connection there. So so any sort of real world events or otherwise do get filtered back in and sort of Money things further. And while we're on the topic of real world events on March 9th of this year Q posted about the Corona virus, so how has Q and on and the followers of Q and a on how have they handled this pandemic? So again? Basically any conspiracy theory? Certainly the Corona virus conspiracy theories we're seeing are very Q flavor. You know, there's this idea. Again, powerful Democrats and in particular, you know, they focused on Bill Gates, and some few followers claim that he knew that the current viruses coming and that's proof that the state and China worked together on wasted on on the world. And so it I mean, the common scenes here are quite clear that it's this anti establishment anti institution. Conspiracy theory that will take in any, you know any sort of details or other conspiracy theories fit that worldview as world events demanded. So at the Corona virus pandemic has been very ripe for additional U no additional conspiracy theories to layer on top of you. I'm joined by the executive editor of the Atlantic, Adrian, the France who wrote the prophecies of Q and in depth piece on Cue and on. So How does President Trump fit into all of this? Because he's really at the center of this conspiracy theory, right? So it's interesting because people often say that Wynonna's a far right conspiracy theory and that's actually not Correct Really. What it is, is a pro trump conspiracy theory. And so Trump is very specifically a figure. He thinks you're in the area. So the idea is that there's a secret ring of high profile Democrats, another sort of elite who are working together in secret and that Trump is the one who will eventually. Force them out and sort of carry the nations of the other side of this into what few people call of Great awakening and so at its very core, Hugh is going on is a pro trump purity period. Without him, it wouldn't be Read it and either on purpose or perhaps inadvertently. The president has kind of played into this conspiracy theory on a couple different occasions, as have some of the people around him right he has, and he's this is one of Trump's many sort of media still where he gets right up to the line. Of demonstrating knowledge of something and still staying in the realm of possible deniability. So he's retweeted again and again. These pro Q accounts. He's sort of he's retweeted like his Campaign managers to make more explicit references to Q And so the few crowd is able to see this and feel very clearly like they're getting sort of drink that And yet the president sees just far enough away that theoretically, you could call it plausible deniability that he's sort of like. Oh, I just thought this is a Honey, me and I didn't know what it meant on Dat something they see consistently in sort of how he communicates with how he captured people's attention and recently queuing onto seemed to get more attention. Because you've got a couple of congressional candidates who believe in this stuff. You have the one American news network who did a piece on cue, and on recently a favorable piece you had Jesse Waters on Fox News talking about how Q And on has uncovered some really interesting things..

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"rhea world" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"rhea world" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The people that wouldn't come backto work and that now there aren't any jobs for him to come back to Or you just get fed up with them giving you this excuse, And you just say, Well, if this is the kind of attitude they have that obviously there they're not somebody that you really want work and for you. You want to have somebody who wants to work? You don't wanna have to drag somebody back basically by threatening them. So I don't think a lot of these jobs. I think it's really short sighted for people. Teo turn down an opportunity to go backto work, but obviously millions of people are doing that, despite what the Globe says. They can't they can't. Explain why there are five million unfilled jobs in an economy where you have an 11% unemployment rate, except by the fact that it's cushy here not to work. 844 542 42. What do you think of this? Did you? Why have you have experience with this in your own life? You know people who aren't going backto work. Have you tried to get if you if you're an employer, Have you tried to get people to come backto work? In 978 My cousin is getting the extra 600 she refuses to go backto work, even though she was called backto work. Yeah, I know. Cancer and heart disease are not contagious. I'm going to say that your cancer and heart disease, though, are a lot more deadly. Maddon Corona virus, You have a lot more chance of dying from cancer or heart disease than you do from Corona virus. 844 542 42 Tuo Tuo Wait. I just saw a guy playing disc golf in the park. He has turned down two job offers because he is making more on unemployment. I'm telling you, the globe. I mean, they obviously live in a bubble. They all got trust funds, and they don't know. They're probably doing their quote unquote reporting most of them from resorts from there, ah, from their houses that they inherited on and pocket or the cape, but they don't They don't understand what's going on this. This editorial is ridiculous. That's it. It's bereft of Ah, Rhea World experience, Dan, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, then. I got a question. You know this $600 or whatever that they're getting to stay away from work. Um, is that tax free or come next April 15th. Are people gonna like be presented with a $1,502,000 tax bill for this money that they've been receiving? That's a good question. I don't know the answer to that, Dan, but I'm sure that they're counting on the Democrats in Congress. If they if they are going to get a tax bill for for this money, they're going It is taxable. Okay, so, yes. So they're going. That's going to be another surprise and they're going to be there going to be crying. Poor mouth. Come April 15th aren't they, Dad? Yeah, I know. But I think that the Democrats they're counting on November 3rd. They just believe that they're gonna win, you know, Hands down, but I'm sorry. It's crazy. It's crazy. What's going on? I know it is. I don't think they're Ah, I don't think this this election is over by a long shot, and I think people are fed up with with what they're seeing. And I know And you know, I know that you know, they want to stop the pain that this has been a painful period in a number of ways, But I don't think you reward the people who've been hurting you and I think Democrats that the lot of this is the fault of the Democrats and overreaction, toe a virus and and the total coddling of all these are rioters and so called protesters. Thanks for the call, Dan. 617 The only people I think have an excuse for not going backto work of the bartenders and waitresses. You use that example. But when a restaurant but when a restaurant it can only have 1/4 capacity, there are even 50%. There isn't a possibility that the bartender of the waitress could make a living wage. Because there's not enough people in there and they get paid, like about four or $5 an hour, and that would normally be before tips, you know? I don't. I don't think that's an excuse, though. If you if you've got a job, you have to come back until the job comes back. I mean, you know, we have ups and downs in in the private sector where I'm in newspapers. I'm in radio. I mean, I tell you, I took a pay cut for the head from the Herald for for a while. I haven't said I don't think I've said that before I took a 20% pay cut for three months. I had that I had to get through it. The Herald had to get through it. 978 My sister just stayed at a hotel on the cape. There was no help to be found. Her room wasn't ready until 6 30 at night, The pool area was felt There was trash thrown everywhere. And this was a very expensive hotel. They have no help. And no one will go backto work. Yeah, I've talked to people on the cape that it would have told me that people running restaurants have told me they can't get any help. Mike, you're next with how a car. Go ahead, Mike. Hey, Howie. Yeah. Something up here in Maine a lot. A lot of small business stuff. They were going through the same thing. Yeah. Course I know these people, a little prod going on there. I don't think they're working under the table. Mike, is that what you're telling me? But that's against the law, isn't it? It is. Listen. You know, I listen to these culture play on Biden every day. And, you know, I just can't believe that the Democrats really think that Flow of the American people. That they would think they could pull this off, would buy. It's just really disgraceful. And, you know, I know we're still looking for a running, mate. Yeah, I figured I figured you loved this. Howie about moms. Mabley. Come on, Come on. Thanks for the call Mike. If you haven't tried superb eat soft shoes. You're missing out. These are great. There I give you. I take one before the show Every day. They give me a boost of energy. I take one when I wake up in the morning even before I had my first cup of coffee. 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"rhea world" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"rhea world" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Go. It's a little bit after 11 o'clock you're tuned to. W. O r T 89.9 FM in medicine Wisconsin. This is dash for music from all over the world that was Yusuf Islam. Who back in 1970 when he recorded that piece that was known only by a stage name. Cat Stevens, father and son from T for the Tiller Man on a and M Before that Madeleine Peyroux from her wonderful albums, secular hymns did more time. Or she translate. Lynton questioned Johnson into English that I can actually understand. Good song on Vour. Alan Tucson did a cover of Paul Simon's American tune from American tunes on none such another album of American Standard music. That's very nicely done. Before that. We heard Alan Tucson from the Sable. I'm doing Waltz for Debbie Mara Rosenbloom did that Perry Byrne, Part three work from her. 2016 TV that she put out herself called Prairie Burn. And before that, so me did love do do number two from the Lagos Music Salon on Okay, she's from Nigeria, but she was raised in New York City. Before that. I believe the Soco and Voelker gets. He did Bouba from Sirrah on oblique sound. Mamadou gravitated African orphans from heritage to wonderful release on World Village. Candia. Rookie corner, Pamela, But Jogo and Miriam Corny did Desert Storm from Republic AMA Zone on Rhea World. Joe Driscoll and Cycle created Tamala from monastic Theory on comm, Vanja. Meeting, Sonny did days of fire with vocals by natty from London under sound on Cooking vinyl, and we start off with Imagine Village doing houses,.

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