21 Burst results for "Rotem"

"rotem" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:31 min | 10 months ago

"rotem" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"On those two burgers rougned by an avalanche of water you know coming out of the you can have disappointments lax are you here you wrote we see how Rotem issue here yeah I'm going to let people down now now let him out hi please take it away all right I would spend so many time with so much time on Facebook it's actually been kind of fun to catch up with everybody that's way to connect and I've been tagged to budge on these posts that say something like women empowerment your tag because I think you're a strong woman don't disappoint me and I'm thinking I'm going to disappoint hill yeah because it will say something like post the eighty seventh picture on your camera on your phone and if they can no I'm going to do that yes No and it or it will say something like okay here we go I you entered you know there's like a bunch of questions please answer these questions and then tag five people on it and ask those questions too well this is one of the things I hate about Facebook all my gosh I I feel like maybe because we have all this time right just going Hey let's just keep posting and tagging I'm taking all these beautiful women now you need to do the same Facebook only allows you to tag fifty people up the good fight the people don't want to fifty people in your life no so I'm yeah I'm feeling just like well it sounds like a new version I did see that remember the old chain letters we used to deal with yeah it sounds like that's what it is gross gosh a chain letter so can you explain to people what a chain letter is who might not know well I I they always ended with me I never forwarded chain yes some dumb dumb would send a letter about something in the Senate to five people and then those five people died after five more people in pretty soon the whole world it's like the covert virus the next thing you know everybody's got a damn chain letter what was that yeah well wishers to create was it some kind of money pyramids I think it was I think it will some some more I believe yeah but how would they track that it's not like they could fish it like through an email phishing scam I don't know don and I think it was just like an emotional manipulation who needs that while we we've got enough for that problem seriously right now it is like the caveman version of the zoo map I don't know you something like that yeah that's why yeah I don't do zoom selects you're gonna disappoint a lot of people yeah I know I I just was thinking well I'm not going to do this and just kind of laughing about it because I feel while there's like you like don and it with all of the people trying to you know get on your island on animal crossing I just feel like the social pressure to join in on this but I just can't what were were any of the letters from people you really respected and all like Twyla didn't do this to you did she no no she would do this to me no no agreed but I my cousin or second cousin did it already R. S. U. S. second cousins are the worst yeah they're not right it was super.

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"rotem" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"rotem" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It's great Dane is anything in these I appreciate that I've got another one in the second room you're turning a little news the all right all right this is just a test and the mandatory all right then the ticket ready Norman ready mix what's your name soon you know your name as the whole world I don't know if have a nice day come on now don't be foolish they go through this Crawford Lombard Myrna Loy and Esteban I'm ready for Rotem one I can for you I'll tell you with the only time in my life I ever wanted to be a man I think I'd refer you as a woman you know why I wanted to be a man no why cut M. and plug it into the net thank you thank you not and there's real value that my organization things have gone but not designed you maybe they're right I hope they are and where we won't know the way for a while away you look like a nice girl I think I'm gonna like you that's not important I think the public like you that is important regarding your name of course has the blood of the lamb well you understand no names.

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"rotem" Discussed on Nature Podcast

Nature Podcast

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"rotem" Discussed on Nature Podcast

"The research suggests that arranging school subjects around students type might be a simple way to improve academic performance read the rest of not research at the time to seize you at nature. Human behavior prehistoric creatures are often in mysterious fearsome. I'm in the case of one enormous rodent that lived in Brazil. Ten million years ago particularly tiny brain research has looked to skulls of the large dog sized Rodent New Peplum Crean says using CT scanners by measuring the space the skulls they estimated the volume of the brain a full calculating that the eighty kilogram creature had a brain the weight only forty seven grams. uh-huh this puts and civilization quotient a measure of the difference between expected and actual brain size around five times smaller than then that's of modern south. American rodents the researches suggests that since South America was isolated. While the hefty rotem was alive they had few predators says to mount smart and so launched brain simply wasn't left the energy of maintaining hoots. You'll much larger brains to work reading that research. Biology letters next next up on the PODCAST. Benjamin Thompson is taking a step into the world of quantum communication. The Internet is great.

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Mitch McConnell says Trump’s Syria withdrawal is a ‘grave’ mistake

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Mitch McConnell says Trump’s Syria withdrawal is a ‘grave’ mistake

"Kentucky Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is calling president trump's decision to pull troops out of Syria a grave strategic mistake colonel Rotem op ed for The Washington Post says withdrawing US troops from Syria will leave the American people and homeland of less safe embolden the our enemies and we can important alliances he also notes the U. S. drawback in Turkey's attacks against the Kurdistan Kurdish militia northern Syria the end of a strategic nightmare for the US and has set back the US campaign against the Islamic state and other

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"rotem" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"rotem" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Do you ask? In crown hired me to bring him in. Are yours. Had a gun fight a mile or so out of time. He robbed me of some money. I was delivering to crown followed him here. He was dead one year. Right. Yes. Course, i'm. Did you have the money on? Donated for these stuck you. But that money belongs to crown. I suspected that for we are aware of hatred for chrome. I think crown here. Father. I want you to know that it was unavoidable under the circumstances. I had to shoot sunshine season bunged. Sanjoy guidance brother. Your father. I didn't know you. The drug told me central's wounded hoity. He's dead. Happen gunfight. On the trail microwave horse often took the money exchanged shots, his horse Rotem here. Sanya crown? I believe this belongs to you. That's the payroll money crown. Thank you father. Sorry. You had to get mixed up rabbit affairs. Going back to the ranch..

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"rotem" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"rotem" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"And I think that was done Keith. But JR Rotem in LA. They started the song together the two of them in jars a producer. And he had like they had this idea to sample. I wasn't there. This was before I was ever brought in to work on the song. But they started like that. So I guess Merle was technically kind of on it from the beginning. And then Keith asked me to help with the lyric a little bit. And I worked on it with him some, and then he was like I wanna see what. Julia Michaels would would contribute. So then he pulled her in. And it was like it was one of the probably the most complex and unique writing journeys that I've had on a song. So they had already started the out in when they brought you in. Yeah. So you worked on the lyrics with them. Yeah. That's pretty cool. Number one in this one here, which is the monster. You wrote this dance Myers of Dan shea in Jordan Reynolds, when you guys finished the song, do you go? Well, that's a monster. No, I actually have a screen shot of our Email from the day that he sent the demo. And I think there were words like, oh, I really love this said, and then I was like guys this is a smash or something which feels not very characteristic of may because I usually like don't wanna be the hype man, but I felt really good about it. And I think we all did and year later, we were still listening to the demo. So they put on the record how long that's on two years ago. It was written in January. And then the next January came out it was released. So I think Dan started working on it probably his garage or something if you months after we wrote it, isn't that crazy. Yeah. It's crazy. So those three songs all in one year what number one and you're getting to see matrix play award. Galleon some other songs female Keith Irvine. Randall Lambert automatic. How about this one Camilla Baeau? This is the one now they're single now consequences news. So how do you get in the pop mix? Well, not by trying to someone's this weekend right there like do that thing that you do you have to songs on the pop charts. And I was like I couldn't have tried to write a song for the pop charts. You know, but I think he just kind of happened accidentally. So this song I wrote with Emily Wiseman who everyone's gonna know who she is in just a matter of time and EMMY watch who is from the UK, and she she's written a bunch of songs with with Ed Sheeran. So like the three of us had never written before we got together. We just put this little song over piano part, and it was recorded just a piano, and then Amy went back across the pond and played it. Fred sheeran. Who in the song wasn't completely finished at that point? But it was kind of like a rough draft of this on and she played it for it. And it was like, oh my gosh. You know, who would love this is is this girl that just left fifth harmony, and he said are. Name communicable, and I didn't know by name all the members of fifth harmony at that point. But I was like if Ed thanks that. That's where this actually. No, I didn't know who she was a while because this was several years ago. This is like to this was before she even out shoes leaving the group, but I guess inside people knew and so they were like let's play this for her. And then she came in and helped finish the song. Come on. That's cool. Yeah. Great song Tong truly went all the way around the world and back to get cut which is really cool. Well, Nicole galleon. Thank you for coming in. Thank you for having this superstar songwriter in here. We don't bring many writers in. I know the show that's pretty cool..

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Warsaw ghetto uprising fighter Simcha Rotem dies at 94

NPR News Now

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Warsaw ghetto uprising fighter Simcha Rotem dies at 94

"rotem" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"rotem" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Straight the channel between the islands of Java and Sumatra. The pope group seventeen were performing when the waving dole fest stage that singer confirmed on social media that the band's bass player and to manager had died and others, including his wife were missing officials say the death toll is likely to continue to rise. Hundreds more were injured in the disaster streets have now turned two months and hundreds of buildings seriously damaged the country's disaster management agency says high-seas from a full noone could have contributed to the strength of the waves, the BBC's Caroline Rigby. The federal government is expected to remain partially shut down past Christmas as the standoff deepens over President Trump's demand for funds to build a wall along the border with Mexico. The Senate doesn't reconvene until Thursday. The house has no scheduled votes. NPR? Susan Davis says it all boils down to politics. I mean, this isn't really a serious policy argument. This is a political fight. I mean, even the five billion. For the wall is such a drop in the bucket for what is would be required, financially and physically infrastructure wise to actually secure the border. It is so small in so incremental this is not the big final debate over this. It's just really about the politics of it. And the moment some four hundred twenty thousand federal workers are deemed essential and are expected to work unpaid, but the Senate has passed legislation ensuring they'll receive back pay and the house is expected to follow suit. French authorities are defending police actions after an officer was seen brandishing his gun at a crowd of yellow vest protesters in Paris, NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports a video of a policeman pulling out his weapon emits a surge of menacing. Protesters has circulated online. The officer did not fire, but his threat of lethal force has shocked many police union officials said the officer acted in self defense and the interior minister has praised the professionalism and composure of security force. Speaking during a visit to the African country of Chad president Macron said it is now time for order, calm and unity yellow vest. Protestors held their six Saturday of demonstrations in Paris, more than two hundred twenty protesters were taken into custody and some eighty are still being held the number of protesters has vastly diminished with only a couple thousand taking to the streets this weekend. Eleanor Beardsley NPR news Paris. This is NPR. A Japanese court is allowing prosecutors to detain the former chairman of Nissan cars for an additional ten days Carlos gone faces allegations of shifting more than sixteen million dollars in personal investment. Losses to Nissan the extension gives investigators more time to look into a third allegation of breach of trust. One of the last surviving fighters of the nineteen forty-three Warsaw. Ghetto uprising has died. The revolt is remembered as the most prominent popular rebellion by Jews against Nazis during World War Two NPR's. Daniel estrin has more from Jerusalem. Israel's Holocaust memorial said seem her Rotem died this weekend. He was ninety four during World War Two. He and other Jews in the city of Warsaw were kept in a ghetto many were deported to a death camp and Jews left in the ghetto fought for a month against the Nazis. Israel's. Kost memorial said Rotem who went by the underground name Kasich took part in the uprising as a teenager. Then led some of the remaining fighters out of the ghetto through sewers and helped hide them until the end of the war. He spent the rest of his life in Israel in two thousand ten the polish government created a memorial over the manhole in Warsaw where Rotimi emerged from the sewers with other ghetto fighters, Daniel, estrin NPR news Jerusalem. At Florida's Cape Canaveral. The private space company, SpaceX launched its first US national security mission. This morning SpaceX was forced to delay blastoff yesterday because of high winds, I'm Barbara Klein NPR news. Support for NPR comes from the doors to charitable foundation whose clinical scientists development award support promising early career physician scientists and their research efforts to improve human health. And by the listeners are members of key Q public radio eighty eight point five FM..

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Last Warsaw ghetto uprising fighter Simcha Rotem dies at 94

KNX Programming

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Last Warsaw ghetto uprising fighter Simcha Rotem dies at 94

"rotem" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"rotem" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Shows the stage collapsing as it's hit by the powerful waves before the recording. Suddenly. Indonesia's disaster agency believes this anomaly was triggered by an underwater landslide who was buying option of mount Anna, Krakatoa, Emperor Akihito of Japan has broadcast. His last birthday message before he steps down next next April after his reign of nearly forty years the emperor who turned eighty five on Sunday. Thanks, the people of Japan and empress Machiko for support. He said he was relieved that his rule was ending without Japan having ever been again been engaged in war. The head of the U N team of observers is due to arrive in the port of her data in Yemen later start monitoring a ceasefire that started their last Tuesday who the rebels due to pull back from the port under the trusdale with the Saudi led coalition Sebastian usher reports there is a glimmer of hope in Yemen for the first time in years the agreement between the warring sides for truce in data. Was achieved of talks earlier this month, which were themselves seen as a step towards most significant negotiations in the new year data's being a potentially devastating flash point for much of this year strategically it's been a key goal. For the Saudi backed pro government forces trying to capture it from the Hutu rebels. But the port is also a lifeline for millions of Yemenis on the brink of famine the guns have not been completely silenced in the days since the ceasefire came into effect, but it's still mostly holding Japanese. Prosecutors have extended the detention of the former chairman of Nissan Carlos gone until the new year as they continue to investigate him for aggravated breach of trust. He's accused of shifting a personal investment loss of more than sixteen million dollars to the Japanese car manufacturer. Mr. goon denies the allegations world news from the BBC. President Trump will stay at the White House over the Christmas period. Owing to the partial shutdown of the US government. He had planned to spend the holiday at his golf resort in Florida nine out of fifteen government departments will remain partially closed at least until Thursday when congress means again. Government media in Myanmar say the body of a policeman who went missing during an ambush by unknown assailants in northern recline state last week has been found riddled with bullets nearly a quarter of a million range of Muslims fled the area during a government crackdown last year. The officer was reported to have disappeared during clearance operation in the door township. The last surviving fighter of the nineteen forty-three Warsaw. Ghetto uprising has died at the age of ninety four Simcha Rotem was one of hundreds of Jewish partisans who rose up against the Nazis when they began mass deportations from the polish capital Patti McGuire reports more than three hundred thousand Warsaw Jews who already been sent to their deaths in the tripling career extermination camp. When in April nineteen forty three the Nazi's began to empty, the ghetto of its remaining occupants sim, how Tam who also went by the name Catholic had already joined the resistance against the Nazis. So he hundreds of others found to die fighting instead of in the gas chamber thousands died in what was Europe's first urban anti-nazi revolt, but we're survived by leading an escape through the drainage system, which saved dozens of fighters lives crocodile hunters in the Australian state of Queensland will be allowed to legally collect reptile eggs in the wild and hatched them for luxury goods. Following changes to conservation laws collectors will need a permit, and there will be strict monitoring to ensure that reptile numbers in the wild onto fact, it the move is being seen as an economic boost disadvantaged indigenous communities ABC news. Seven six GMT.

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Simcha Rotem, Warsaw And Patti Mcguire discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Simcha Rotem, Warsaw And Patti Mcguire discussed on BBC World Service

"The last surviving fighter of the nineteen forty-three Warsaw. Ghetto uprising has died at the age of ninety four Simcha Rotem was one of hundreds of Jewish partisans who rose up against the Nazis when they began mass deportations from the polish capital Patti McGuire reports more than three hundred thousand Warsaw Jews who already been sent to their deaths in the tripling career extermination camp. When in April nineteen forty three the Nazi's began to empty, the ghetto of its remaining occupants sim, how Tam who also went by the name Catholic had already joined the resistance against the Nazis. So he hundreds of others found to die fighting instead of in the gas chamber thousands died in what was Europe's first urban anti-nazi revolt, but we're survived by leading an escape through the drainage system, which saved dozens of

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"rotem" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"rotem" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"Watch that sound everybody look wants going. English teacher when I listen to this verse because there's so many errors of using the word that or this. But not not identifying what you're referring to like everybody wants they get down like that. Like what that's on the real. Why why doesn't know that like he's just like forget it Scott skills. Cobble fucking rice. What's that sound everybody? I don't know why like no doesn't fit. I think we would be doing everyone a disservice by trying to make sense of this. He was like, I don't know. That was kind of all the ideas. I had you need a third verse. All right. Great hound. That's that sound eight. I do like the way his cadence which is there. But that's another song. Also feels like it's just too cadence. That is just so like Rotem entry in rap. Going to be like, hey you. What's that sound? This. Yeah. Test ended it with like my name is ski low and. Being short in a major way. Yeah. He comes around by the end of the song. He's actually it's not that bad. It wasn't me which I made a mistake here should never fucking shaggy. And then ending. It's really just my favorite part because it's a weird. Scratching. Yes, never stops. Holographic..

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"rotem" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

Money For the Rest of Us

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"rotem" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

"It's just we don't have as many. Carbon based sources were haven't used renewal. They're just not as efficient. He goes on or they going sink cost are also rising economies have used up the capacity of planetary ecosystems to handle the waste generated by energy and material use climate change is the most pronounced sink cost. So getting harder to generate the energy we need and the cost of doing it of handling global warming being one example, but the waste generated just wasting general. We've talked about plastic in earlier episodes. The hurdles are getting higher which again, which is why maximization of anything just doesn't work in the current environment. We were in the bay area to take a class. It was a it was a class on slow fashion. We went to a forum on slow fashion. But we we learned how to stitch it's called Chico stitching so way that Japanese in in Hokkaido in the northern provinces would mend their garments. And get them back into rotation. Using very simple stitches, we learned how to do I want to learn how to? Fix my jeans have holes in it, and the salvage gene they they wear out after I've a pair of jeans for four years at I want to be able to keep wearing them. So I learned how to stitch it was a class given by Katrina Rotem. She's got a new book called mending matters. And there's a quote at the beginning of the book that I love by the tennis player, Arthur ash. He says start where you are. Use. What you have do what you can. And that's what we can do in investing. So we can do in our life instead of maximizing. And trying to maximize. Let's this is step back and start where we are us. What we have what we can't just just do it little by little. And. Besting will be easier..

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"rotem" Discussed on That Awful Sound

That Awful Sound

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"rotem" Discussed on That Awful Sound

"You never stop now stop now. That's what the main man say. What the main man say like, what? What is that? Why is it main man say? Because he's from southern California, dude, talk down here. I've misunderstood this lyric and I thought he was saying that's what the lay man say, and that makes a lot more sense. It's still singular. Yeah, should be laymen. Laymen's says, clearing. Racer hauling. I mean he fucking Rotem. Yeah. Isn't there, isn't there sewing? That's like that's what the man say. Isn't that a line in some song, maybe? Yeah, it's a Paul McCartney's I won't you listen what the man say. Yeah, I know that. Yeah. So this is like Dexter once again, ripping off Latino culture. Oh, I'm so glad I was able to find that that would that would have liked driven me insane. Like is this a song I wrote in? Forgot about how do I know these. Did I bust out on this or would. Was it me who busted on this. I don't. I know this is someone's bust hoop us. Do. Who bust this stink. Someone had two of did the stink, didn't bust itself. That's like, that's like who stanks mom like getting mad at them. This state go, no like distinct. Didn't just get up here and busted south just sprout legs and bust itself..

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"rotem" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"rotem" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Interesting musical people like julia j rotem produced the track with me jason evidence some any creative musician songwriter produces which is also why there ended up being some many covered is on the record was because with with the exception of one song all the other twelve each person who's producing it with as a writer on it as well so it's that's a very that's that's a new phenomenon as well for some writing you said you said to rolling stone my goal was to keep capturing my musical hardware it is right now and it's in motions of musically where i'm at right now what were you what were you listening to what we what specifically was informed everything lots of nimia zik but i bet i realize you know i grew up playing lot of covers in back in the day to so all of that said of eighties top forty stuff comes into play what was the what was the first what was the first big top forty cover you played live do you remember that a main we've played a lot of u2 and mellencamp and release and the less of the stuff i love to hear you sing i loved everything so lonely yeah we do little snippet of that live i didn't really high nice that's impossible steven from the band says that the best performers he says that the street band bruce springsteen wouldn't have existed if they had grown up playing covers so i find it really interesting that you did like do you think that you learned something inherently by learning what makes things work plan covers.

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"rotem" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"rotem" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Interesting musical people like julia j rotem produced the track with me jason evidence some a creative musician songwriter produces which is also why there ended up being so many covers on the record was because with with the exception of one song all the other twelve each person who's producing it with as a writer on it as well so it's that's a very that's that's a new phenomenon as well for some writing rolling stone my goal was to keep capturing my musical hardware it is right now and it's in motions of his musically where i'm at right now what were you what were you listening to what we what specifically was informed everything and and you know you know lots of nimia sick but i bet i realized you know i grew up playing lot of covers in back in the day to so all of that set of eighties top forty stuff comes into play what was the what was the first what was the first big top forty cover you played live do you remember that a main we've played a lot of u2 and mellencamp and police and less stuff i love to hear you sing they're using so lonely yeah we do little snippet of that live really high nice that's impossible little steven from the band says that the best performers he says that the street van bruce springsteen wouldn't have existed if they had grown up playing covers so i find it really interesting that you did like do you think that you learned something inherently by learning what makes things work by plan covers.

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"rotem" Discussed on In The Thick

In The Thick

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"rotem" Discussed on In The Thick

"I really thought roach is going to go there were thought that he would be stepping down but it's certainly not he actually sudiro orgainzation so he filed a lawsuit against the entire board of directors of go back in the luebeck institute at that point i basically just through my ends up in the air because if i stayed i felt like the only thing that'd be doing is basically enabling bad behaviour by a person rocha and um you know some of the numbers aboard when you can't do the right thing and you're not able to move forward the armel thing to do is to step down and so that's where the you know when i was interviewing present rotem it seemed like he was trying in a weight is sweet talk the president of dead in order to help negotiate a bipartisan bill the question i have for you brent about all this is what was lou lacks role in the negotiation with the trump administration and would lou lack have lost a seat at the table if russia was forced out well uh i don't believe that we had a a real seat at the table with the trump administration i don't i don't think any latinos have much input into what the trump administration to us especially when it comes to immigration although really happened here was present row was us to sign on to the president's uh fourcolored and he did we didn't move him one inch i mean he we didn't get them to change any piece of it at all and that's what really um hurt because you know we should have staged strong roach a wrote the letter on his own didn't consult with these didn't consult with the board i just can't imagine and it was easy decision for you because for everyone i've talked to and everyone that's told me like is your lights maria cardona was one of the people um she actually tweeted out your resignation from from lou lack as a loss for us but speaks volumes of your integrity and heart and it seems like you're still here you're telling the juicing like let didn't really have a big seat at the table that trump and we kind of keep working so where does this go next i.

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"rotem" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"rotem" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Extra herat discrimination assault in the conduct interpersonal violence and stalking code i set by utg admittedly says if students will be punished for breaking the code of conduct in so should the up the staffers as well he's a predator todd and don show weekday mornings five thirty to nine people do not think trump is not unhinged insane losing it or anything of the sort we narrative millions of people believe just the opposite acquitted counterpunch of truth that it's the other people that are coming unglued rush limbaugh what they really can't believe as they have let able adorning fell they fired air free weapon they've got nothing is getting rid of trump rush limbaugh weekdays eleven to two on news radio pale jerry viewers thermal images of north korea right now they're mean nuclear site may have reprocessed manji john you'd previously gone all i raised on selling images kelly talk about you will pause or something like three now keep tony you can use to enlarge make greater to stockpile had only talking about government can spare the thing adrian parties big number clyde can we talk about like unease ground zero nights nine to midnight kit north on newsradio kale bj the todd and don show weekday mornings five thirty to nine on news radio kkob j got a picture rotem occurs trips there i know i i got a little girl arcelor i got it somewhere ago similar to that online stunning it was stunning i wonder owner how many people know about that the scan in that section of your back is a little bit more sensitive it is yes and guy i remember when my wife got her tramped stand all right wing radio not as a means view has a tramp your what sara username yes as the trips there yes she does it's like go on it's like a big sunburst right there in her lower back in fact i have the very same tattoo on my shoulder which is the first time on the air i've said i had a ted turner getting.

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"rotem" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"rotem" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Got a picture rotem occurs trips there i know i i got a little before i got it somewhere similar online stunning it was stunning i wonder order how many people know about that the scana that section of your back is a little bit more sensitive it is yes and i remember what my wife got hurt shrimp stan all right wing radio that is amazed that he has a tramp your wife sara name yes as a tramp stay yes she does it's like go on it's like a big sunburst right there in her lower back in fact i have the very same tattoo on my shoulder which is the first time on the air i said i had a i am getting a little bit knows why and really want as i can say that the skin a sensitive in the lower back area and i remember she almost threw up and passed out at the tattoo shot she did whenever she was getting she had to get a sucker in her mouth you'll sugar going to keep from pass an where she sober does anybody go into a tattoo shops sober they should yeah the you should you make better choices when you do that where she sober when she got there probably not i might have something to do with the nausea that may have been a not yeah that may have been a night with the friends out in the entertainment is in three o'clock in the morning no tetsu plus as i love you and how war again attached to us through it still just pick what off the wall at what are your turn out well ulitsa he like it it's a beautiful sunburst but i'm afraid global warming may make it went out on the shaped over time you like it i love it you do yeah i love route what what what am i going to say no i don't like it when he i wouldn't mind if kim gotta tattoo not going to happen can you imagine kim getting a tattoo can no no no no not going to have but i wouldn't mind i wouldn't i.

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"rotem" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"rotem" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You got a picture rotem occurs tremp there i know i i got a little girl are so i got it somewhere i got it somewhere online stunning it was stunning i wonder owner how many people know about that the scan in that section of your back is a little bit more sensitive it is yes in guy i remember when my wife got her tramped stand all writing a radio not as a means of you has a tramp your wife sarah hasnain yes has the trips there yes she does it's like go on it's like a big sunburst right there in her lower back in fact i have the very same tattoo on my shoulder which is the first time on the air upset i had a i am getting a little bit north why and really i was going to say that the skin is sensitive in the lower back area and i remember she almost threw up and passed out at the tattoo shot she did whenever she was getting she had to get a sucker in her mouth you'll sugar going to give them from passing out where she sober does anybody a go into a tattoo shops sober they should yeah the you should you make better choices when you do that where she sober when she got there probably nyamata have something to do with the nausea that may have been a not yeah that may have been a night with the friends out in the entertainment is in three o'clock in the morning no attached to us as i love you and how war again attacked us through it the stores just pick what off the wall yeah what did it turned out well vehemently he like it it's a beautiful sunburst but i'm afraid global warming may make it you know oddly shaped over time you like it i love it you do yeah i love a group what what what what are we going to say no i don't like it when he i wouldn't mind if kim gotta tattoo not going to happen can you imagine kim getting a tattoo can no no no not going to have but i wouldn't mind i wouldn't.

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"rotem" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"rotem" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Cleveland indians warning american league record twenty one games in a row they just went final against the tigers avi tie the carbs for the second longest streak in the modern era that's the nineteen 35 grams as others that was like all the teams have 120 more games in in season of never won the world series is like three four teams the come knocking to rule them out albert our you know that you get hot the wrong time uh the numbers here are incredible the scoring margin of these twenty one games plus one so not just beatings teams as you mentioned retired about five runs per game better than the opponent seven shut out in the streak which is more than fourteen other teams have had all season long you know you said you're not going to mention when you go on the streets it is worth mentioning like one of the law of averages catch up hopefully not during playoffs well that's going to happen though if they lose but rather picture road murdiono would everybody says a gun they condemn voice at is like your guidance the borrowers during trailed off the in repeated rotem always knew it is the franken is wider on your guys this is great and all listening would stamp it breaks this thing and we dropped two or three may be coming up here soon don't wanna be that would be getting ahead of ourselves and went the percentages to get off as it will be an interesting strategy instead of having the law of averages play out over the next twenty game let's sprang let into these twenty yeah right is if they nobody's picking the dodgers anymore right a cab because the law of averages caught up to him they don't boulevard what's the in front of dodgers when they finally clinched a spot after with other going to clinch ship for i don't know the last three weeks so they lose a million games after being 55 over 500 and i think that was the.

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