17 Burst results for "Ruehe"

"ruehe" Discussed on Scanner School - Everything you wanted to know about the Scanner Radio Hobby

Scanner School - Everything you wanted to know about the Scanner Radio Hobby

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on Scanner School - Everything you wanted to know about the Scanner Radio Hobby

"Arkan biala foul the conversation on a talk ruehe so it's very important that you follow logical challenge numbering sometimes abbreviate has l c n or a lima charlie november in your scanner so when you program in your scanner and if he any veal is no less whose podcasts we explain this i'm going to go through it again really quick logical challenge numbering needs to be in the sis the set numbering order and the easiest way to do that is if you have one of those the night dynamic scanners like the unit nbc t fifteen acts or meeting all the version light to to forty six t or something like that you have to uh first me set up the site is going to ask you for the see an ideological challenge number if you don't have a dynamic radio a one that uses dynamic mary allocation you need to make sure that you put the frequency into the correct memory the location of the bank so channel one needs to be in the numerical number one of whatever bank you're going into so if you're scanner has a hundred channels per bank that means in the bank that starts with channel number one hundred or start to channel wanna one need to make sure it's in one a one one or two one a three one of four if you're banks half fifty channels and your next bank start to child 51 logical challenge them for one needs to go into channel 51 or again the first number of the bank okay.

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"ruehe" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Cars they're all really pretty good and reliable at this point you just kind of fit the one that is perfect for you but subaru is one that has been doing a great job on the marketing side i know we it looked into it last year when we were in the market for a car and it wasn't necessarily something that fit with us whether it was the ability to take the kind of things that you wanted as far as some of the amenities in the in the packages there just wasn't universal rigid into as far as what you could get in different models and things like that we had jesse who who texted and who's one if you heard any negative feedback or positive from subaru enthusiast about the two thousand eighteen be ours e t s not having more horse parcel just in general your thoughts on subaru we will gigi questions like that all the time and then specifically to jesse is point here subaru she recalled disclosure are able to see ruehe owner and my wife what across trek last year we're very happy with the vehicle that's cool yeah we like it a lot of sugars in a row they've they've had just steady sales increases for something like twelve years running something like that they've had nothing but success in they have an incredibly loyal following of the people who buy subaru's low subaru's they tend to come back and buy more of them and thus the resell values extremely good on these vehicles um t the only only bad news about subaru's at all because with standard or will drive the fuel economy isn't always as good as the vehicles there compared to but that said that they are old drive so you're getting something in exchange for that dropping efficiency the governor colored asked about the beer z that's an interesting vehicle because it's not a traditional subaru is americans think of it it's actually a small sporty coop um and it.

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"ruehe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"You i have ruehe i have a landline okay in my wife is centrally just said i want this in the event of an emergency that there's something that goes wrong our cell phone together all that service goes down john lewis has won him but i just tried talking her out of it because i said this is outrageous what were paying each month for phone internet cable five done here is that your your phone i'm sorry your your cable your tv and internet will increase in price if you don't have a house phone at least that is the case with xfinity which brings me to my next point followup did you call xfinity yesterday on either audio of this to lower the price because right now you're paying over three hundred dollars in you're one phone call donna you're gonna save over a hundred and sixty dollars did you do it no how come i got lazy and i went out okay i accept you buy one you want anytime oh my god i'm getting emails are bosses like really donna massala no alarm clock khan wow that's weird oh i i would i be arthur would come from i now but i can you please give me a hall in my landline when you wake up you guys this brings me to our facebook question for today which we will get to some of your answers a little bit later on our question is do you have a landline why or why not and if you'd like to mention your alarm clock why are why not that would be fine as well sarah ryan is on the phone right now don't know who is talking to absurd someone who's making fun of as i fully understand you more donna we're trying to make fun of you were trying to understand you thank you near while ira are we done are we done ryan burrow pristine it christine has some words to share with you about our fellow cohosts how what they are americans are denied ghana done have gone potent story that you were you know kate they talked about not waking up are sleeping in on the morning show so she has a wind clock you just need to go get a whiteknuckle alarm clock like she does okay and you'll be sat fell that's more tuesday.

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"ruehe" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

"An and also show some some he'll vibe in there because i think that's her natural death or naturally latest lippi he'll be that's just that's just her i think and it and it radiates offer when she starts to be able to showed a little bit it was the the surprises were i mean yes in i'm surprised me coming up thirteen sidetracked you know the first surprise was was obviously leader which came in at at the fifth spot i believe and in dodge reaction gujas yet like welldeserved i mean obviously she's a she's legend she's a hall of famer and you know a lot of these that the the women that you see out there now would our we're looking up to her in ruehe she was instrumental in them wanted to get in the business and ultimately getting into the business so in oklamhoma probably for allowed them to get in there and same thing is the ray think oh yeah i'll take some bumps lied all get eliminated by lead a you know so tell you know very clear that adopting without a doubt an end her and trash and i know trish came in at number thirty but her insurers were really the third there don't get me wrong there is other women there but those were the two that really kind of took it to a different place at a time when it was an added different place you know and showed what a glimmer of of what could happen you know and they they really date they lit it again they they or actually they let it to what it could be they can lit the torch to what it could be the and then for a while the gino at that that torch was was.

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"ruehe" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"No one supported the other the film work helped pay for my other explorations who to the world's of strange novels you know it worked for a while i was good and that was before the corporate takeover of shelves so i i enjoyed working with various directors out there is a good trends of how fees various people bought down in she was a different world out there in those state so it was she was not it was it was a pleasure actually an upgrade to grateful for was to blame blacktop when you initially to it because i read that you did rewrites but it sounds almost like he did it from scratch well it was a very rough scripted eat it a total to rewrite so that's that's what i did you know i i didn't really even look at the other script i just did my own thing and hung out with a few car uh near its in la and learn the language and thought about it all right into my old world could do it so it was a good experience sounds like you enough fred ruehe hit it off if you guys are still talking today will credits who handling the script scripted tv with tony already on he was so good friend uh in those days when be who angela without in la and we were we fred was helping with the uh uh we'll see you know i mean now when i hope he could get this went on because not just for me but for antonio and his wife enrica various people that are absorbed pigment.

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"ruehe" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"You mean so much more to me than the world before and her mom added a note could they be any fucking curator is it even possible well he was just cute and smart excuse brave he's made a principle he disdained all forms of nationalism so much so that he again i mentioned earlier he asked his father to help him drop his german citizenship you know hated the nationalism antisemitism he saw rise in over there subtle way back before 9000 because he was a genius the release came through in january eighteen ninety six chi six for the first time usda he was stateless einstein ended his year at the araba ruehe school in a manner that would have seemed impressive for anyone except one of history's greatest geniuses he scored the second highest grade in class first didn't the first place student lost a history tam man had that have been me oh outta made sure everyone knew that i beat einstein am i wrong baby m i fine i guess you're right what do i know it's not like i was a better student then einstein or anything i'd be that guy on a one two six scale sixteen the highest score to five or six and all of the signs of mass courses as well as history and italian is lowest grade was a three and french know think out he chose not to focus energy french to force the world needs great mathematicians a little more there needs you know more people who are bilingual that qualified him to take a series of exams written and oral that would permit him if he passed to enter desert polytechnic and on his german exam he did perfunctory outline of a goethe play and scored a five in math he made a cares is mistake call a number imaginary when he meant irrational but still got a topgrade man einstein do what the hell man gone yegor you guys irrational measure numbers straightened out ign that's one thing i'm really good at is a rational and of i have no idea with us me in physics he arrived late left early completely to our tests an hour and fifty minutes he got the top grade altogether ended up with five point five the best great among the nine students taken the exams topgrade to enter the zurich polytechnic the top as a student he was no einstein pass it on uh in the summer.

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"ruehe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You i i got to say it is there man you probably going to disagree with it but i got say this guy who it's the best thing they're ravanelli no i mean there was the most dominant mode dumb that shot i've ever seen in my life i say that is because he went down in a dome down a houston when it came alive and warned and wraps sales with team mates haste through ask out hook on the bulk of mm i give this as i could tendency is saying to rain i said before that is the greatest shot in his ruehe basketball that scott hook and some i said well you know so so block of one time at one if you're gonna use one time out of the eight million times you shot the sky hook that's kind of not working for you rattled i definitely do not disagree interns at a scott i still think that is the greatest shot in the history of the nba dan of florida greatest liquor ball time is would walk first thanks man uh if you're talking about their greatest the laker of all time there's distance we in the greatest laker in the greatest player and there can maybe be a arguing made for greatest way or the laker for the grace laker law the time has to be magic johnson from what he did on the court as a personality remember things throughout his career and when he came back into an allstar game and did that one on one job on m j m nailed that three can't come nowhere further than first one out if i'd leave magic the make his story franchise before he got there when he was in the nominee went championships in it vps or competing it'd be mvp's with corinne but he's still have the league's more than afloat we can remove time and then he wanted to be beauty to in the nba without corinne now like i said in those things bad argument wherever you want but from my money magies one karim is.

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"ruehe" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women

WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women

"Actually from louche ruehe kaiser who the first time i appeared on his show asked me whether my parents were in the business and i said well my business or your business he said europe is this are they are they financial people i said no far from it and his vote when you come out here and do the interview with me and fifteen minutes just have a piece of advice get them to understand what you're talking about what's interesting about that is that most of the time if somebody is kind enough to reach out to me to stop me or to call or send me an email to say really appreciate that you communicate in a in a style and with terminology that most people can understand more often than not when people did that there are people in the more sophisticated end of the spectrum and i'm i'm over thirty years in this business and i find that if somebody's goal is either to write in a manner that arguably they might be able to submit it for pulitzer prize but if they've lost me in the first two paragraphs because they've gone into this reference from in the night century on maybe it's the the impatient side of me but i start and i think it you have lost me it's gonna get to the point so that's my goal is state for people to understand what's one thing you think women tend to misunderstand about investing i think they think they think there's a lot of math associated with it which there isn't necessarily a lotta bath associated with it that's why it's it's always funny when young people will talk to me that do wanna get into the business ill emphasized their math skills i just don't use math all that much in what i do people think it's highly analytical in that you need to have you know background steeped in accounting and i really just think it's learning how to be an observer of what's going on in the world still.

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"ruehe" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on WJR 760

"You very much friday the van pretend the three hundred fourteen day of 2017 there are fifty one days left in the year make each and every day cab each day is a gift seemingly friday just seemed to be a little bit bigger gift for his suggest me i don't think so i think it's also marie osborne in for dick haefner good morning marie hi paul good morning how are you hey good how're you an excellent thank you steve courtney is here ready for an excellent sports weekend a very big sports weekend steve ruehe and now yeah huge uh looking forward to it big game and columbus for the spark things you'd she a little lions festival going on sunday with the cleveland browns in michigan on the road the ruined merlin merlin merlin yes okay uh i will say right here right though i i picked alliance against the tough teams i'm very nervous when the lions are playing a team that's zero and eight is it nine because that's when those teams come back when no one's expecting them to because they take them for granted so i hope lines are taking them for granted while bad news day yesterday jim caldwell mentioning at the end of his press conference at t gene langley fine right guard uh in concussion protocol right also injury and his stand against the packers seattle piece of cake of course keeping an eye on the roadways and uh really having a spectacular week if i make the observation myself mistaken the clark hey what's up like four textile christmas uh oh man okay yeah how you doing that i'll use your word uh now that key it's random paul w that was just a random throw out you can't do that so what they do say random not hurry while playoff no no no man tell you later i was on a roll with these okay firm uh what was the latest one i learned after g no i tell you you learned a new one no one thought there was one be followed she after preach i don't remember uh end era executive producer ram thomas good morning debbie good morning am to suggest mayor is friday an extra.

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"ruehe" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Is repugnant of them how to make immediate it's amazing to me this to me this old this all comes down to my overarching the or with jess there are too many people who are who are too extreme on both sides of of politics at the moment and it very easy to attack the people on the other side for their failings but what we're doing at the moment is your so i feel like us stumbling into a brian patch where you are saying that because there is this hysteria of a russia that means that everything at the trump administration did with regard to russia was innocent denied and i didn't have the meda but but this is the vibe that i'm getting from you know now right for the my name is my claim is very different it's the same claim lawmaking for a very year which is the trump regime has glen haege disease or any way were entitled marina added about that that's the claim i late and you have to have been my point is that i'd they they were extremely iga i'll find any opportunity to dish shit on their opponent sure even if that meant it would recruit zhang far and operatives and dealing with a farm powell at that the previous of candidate for that same political party their presidential candidate had said was the nation's number one enemy now that much is true yet you know it it's not a great look sawmill i understand that absolutely you are completely justified in saying that a whole lot has been made out of a little bit but that doesn't mean that it's worth saying that the little bit isn't a little bit it's a big and important if don't meet russ ruehe skis about we've got dirt on your opponent without.

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"ruehe" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"To worry i think we can use a listen i think we quite frankly i think we can use use a lot i with in and you look at things like gdp gross domestic product i mean you're trying to figure out ways to get that up and then using all kinds of ruehe goldberg in schemes and to me it's a fairly simple thing because gdp could prizes what nongovernment spending plus government spending plus net exports right that's your gross domestic product yeah and if one is down the other needs to be up and you add them all together and if it's higher it's higher if it's not it's not you figure out ways to do it uh to me it's not that difficult a thing um what are you said paul is raising interest rates does that really in your opinion marks cows though have an effect on things like inflation anymore i mean years ago we used to be able to raise interest rates that would encourage people to potentially save more maybe invest more in bonds take some money out of the economy which should you know for politicians they don't want to raise taxes to put the brakes on an economy that's one way to do it do you still see a raising of interest rates camping down any kind of inflation i don't i don't want to say that the fed doesn't matter i mean i i clearly think the fed does matter um i think that whether or not there certainly been a decoupling of what the fed is doing and how the market is reacting to what the fed is doing and what we say may be today or over the last couple of weeks is actually that connection being restored a little bit meaning that that if you're anticipating certain fed actions now the market is reacting to that yeah instead of just ignoring it um which frankly i think is a good thing you know there might be some adjustment uh you know we may have certain asset classes that don't do well is this adjustment period happens like higheryielding bonds or you know certain things higher yielding uh even higher yielding equities or higher yielding asset classes in general we could see a headwind for that is we.

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"ruehe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A big one i think i think everybody trying to grapple with wise inflation so low wire wage gains not as strong as they should begin want employment is all of these sort of things are being questioned by the fed and by other central banks and by economists in general by the way to be clear i put in four percent for nay ruehe i put in a big uh that's a gas at where we think it is but i think i've i've heard numbers that are a little bit of that close to that two percent for inflation target just because that's the number that we have right now right and i put on zero percent for neutral real rate is too low i think i think it's probably their thereabouts matt and if anything it shows that this is a big challenge and it's very very difficult maybe the fed is not as of combinator as everybody thinks they are even with the balance sheet reduction only commencing and fed funds just over one percent let's talk about it took to timor incidental and lights were on the program about what's happening in caphalonia we'll to read all of the the european landscape this morning the moderate looks pretty relaxed yeah i think everybody is sort of looking at this and saying look dcp he's got your back and and so therefore anything on tour the key that happens in spain anything that sort of spreads any sort of contagion effect will be offset by you see buying an ecb support for the market i think they look at the european economy underlying it's quite strong it's it's the turnaround is is is well underway and so i think the market is looking at at everything it's happening catalonia seeing it as as a local issue yet it has potential to spread beyond that but the ecb has your back so i think investors are confident in investing in european bonds i wonder about the euro as well because to some extent the catalonian catalonian vote a legal or not has taken a little bit of out of the.

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"ruehe" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on KGO 810

"System this has been a test of the emergency alert system and i hate to wake up the horrifying stories that give you an even dimmer view of humanity you shouldn't you shouldn't let that happen i shouldn't let that happen one awful human doesn't mean anything different about humanity boits area well you know you're right you're right but it was it was just going to a rock and roll show country show whatever i mean just las vegas for god's sake this people doing normal wholesome fine fun things and this is this what new barriers to this happening will come out of this you know the various people drive in trucks into crowds now there's a cement barrier in from any crowd practically anywhere you go what are they going to do about this no festivals near tall buildings her i can't even imagine let's get the news now marsha fellow plow las vegas police are now saying at least fifty eight people are dead more than five hundred wounded in the wake of the deadliest mad shooting in us history last night and armed man on the thirty second poor demand late bay in casino machinegunned a crowd of people at a country music festival down villa hours after the attack was brought to an end the vegas police released some audio the team that found the gunman's ruehe bridge route for one one or thirty two mandalay bay i have the or authorities say a 64yearold man killed himself after the shooting when they apparently were getting ready to break here at a representative the fbi says so far there's no connection between last night shooting in vegas and international terrorism isis was trying to cleave responsibly billy for the attack saying the shooter had converted to islam shooters brothers's that's news the m there's no political there's no religious there's no any of that stuff what's.

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"ruehe" Discussed on X96

X96

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on X96

"Slide featured the winnie the pooh character ruehe using the kangaroo character's name has an acronym about mass for asians screen shot of the slide was shared view social media and included close captioning at the bottom it said selfgratification can prevent sexual assault roux short for rubbed one out critic said that the slide made line of rape and blasted the idea that masturbation could curbs on one's urged the committee's actual is act does the eu they're not related at all university officials said the screen shot was taken out of context i don't know what context it was taken out of the discussion sent addressed austrians available should've potential sexual partner with draw consent the overarching goal was to increase awareness and promote discussion about the ways we can together prevent instances of sexual misconduct on campus well that's good yen but this that's not it is not a way to do it and and if disney finds out about your use of their character that way i'm sure they'll have something to say about it at actually does executives were contact with an actual that's what room event and that's okay and and disney i'd bed bugs me the disney would be the first thing that would come to your mind because disney did not create these guarantees are ya okay he's approved i am these are forget lam boehner candidate number one room may stop sexual assault here's boehner kim number two you'd fried being a trump ethics journeys wife is funny the wife of trump organization ethics lawyer i should soon we'll have her mugshot we're her mugshot i don't know that ecu.

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"ruehe" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on The Young Turks

"An including the nondisclosure agreement all the things that are kelly meter sign it she is the checks that the painter 'goodnight irene i mean whether that then gets turned into a criminal case i dunno statue of limitations is done yet for her cases what other actions will flow from that we'll see he is incredibly rich and he might yet win again in in all these allegations but in terms of the reporting on this it's appears to be rock solid yeah so we'll we'll see how this develops but i mean she doesn't have much to gain from coming forward in fact she has a lot to lose because of the fact that she signed those nondisclosure forms it seems like she does have a lot of evidence against him but who knows if that evidence will amount to you know a criminal trial where he'll get prosecuted and and and convicted okay ruehe creek last things here uh he and she says he did the things that the others uh alleged in an earlier report from buzzfeed as well uh he would take her phone away um uh and he would take uh he would say you need to get permission before you go to the bathroom before you eat and once he caught her texting with our friend he beat her that's where the beating the punching in the spitting comes from and she truthful about that uh according to a polygraph and he would record their sex that guy somewhere he's got a treasuretrove of tapes meaning a treasuretrove of evidence that prosecutors can use a last time he had the excuse of all you care quite tell one of the girls on the tape now apparently view these reports are to be believed than they appear to be excellent reporting.

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"ruehe" Discussed on DLC

DLC

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on DLC

"Saying it like his home boring but it's amazing earth like my mom vr power fantasy is me coming up a superman and saving you in the space station and yours is doing the duct tape before i have to come up and save you you'd game goes to really cool places you end up doing very heroic things and the stakes get way way bigger and the story itself is super cool but it's proof especially in vr that you can make a game where you don't have to murder anything that your it's there are a ton of vr games where you you shoot stuff and i like those i like far point there's a million of those great shooting games but the fact that ready at dawn decided they were going to create a game where what you do is build and fix and and it's still justice compelling and j and there are moments of great drama and moments of tension and they managed to find all that within the constraints of making something that's very different from what we expect from a video game i just i applaud them i i'm trying to get an interview with ruehe he's been on the show before the head of a british dogs i want to talk to him about this because it's such a bold even idea for a game i just i can't believe they pulled it off with so well it is super aaa as for i mean that were the best looking vr games i've ever played it's great.

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"ruehe" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"ruehe" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And teachers sports live ruehe college in new york pre tape prisoners dilemma for mayor is an utter leader of city where the fan base does not want to lose the team but cities are only willing or able to offer so much to try to keep him they can upped the ante through bigger and bigger tax breaks new jersey senator cory booker in oklahoma senator james lankford wanna put a stop to the tax breaks a bill they've introduced would ban tax exempt municipal bonds for pro sports stadiums jeffrey dorfmann at the university of georgia's a fan is there any rash argument for why the government would want to bestow taxfree status on eastbound i don't think there is but he says sports stadiums have been treated like public infrastructure since the 1950s team owners and developers have argued successfully that new stadiums republic good they spur more economic activity in restaurants hotels conventions dorfmann says now that's really an incorrect argument is no economic growth being generated by press sports team cbs nogrowth he says above and beyond any big retailer entertainment project we would have spent that going to the movies are some other dinner or other vacated in any way and when it team leaves the gap is particularly hard to fill just ask san diego last year taxpayers their decided not to fund a new stadium to keep the chargers now see india goes qualcomm stadium has to find a second life as the new hollywood park in inglewood takes in the chargers across from its elderly cousin the oncegreat western form i mean you from artefacts kevin enough i digging around on the internet basically in at fat as i sent there been there i though let's do the.

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