17 Burst results for "Sarran"

"sarran" Discussed on The Trash

The Trash

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"sarran" Discussed on The Trash

"Abrego Mark Cronin. Who? Go mark grown is on. Got, Mark Cronin and all Hail Brigham are they still? You think they're still buying souls goes also mind to them. I would I want to show Mark, Cronin production I want to see. My show would be called Nate Chair of love. Off the top of the Dome Be. SARRAN deputy like serendipity. I mean you gotTa have love in it though they all have love. Serious. Serious. I don't like it. Sarah Sarah Sarah I can't think of any I can't think of anything with my name really like I would have to come up with the nickname for myself. I think it would just be Sarah Nadene love. Sarah. It. Out Yeah Sarah near Natan? And they're. Also a music competition. Yeah. There you go. Suck Dick Chris a breakdown. For you to. Always singing songs and mark. Cronin Cris. Abrego. They could totally give me that show. They won't even have to do much just put your name on it and give me A. Put It on channel for me. But let's get into the trash. Let's talk about this. See this piece of shit the second. Coming of FLAV. And Actually, it was more like the third forthcoming of how many times do you think he came and? A.

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"sarran" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

06:22 min | 11 months ago

"sarran" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"It's where the famous picture of door and you're not going shoulder to shoulder I think poulidor was trying to avoid a selfie stick which is why. Why he leaned into on curtailing nine. Ago. Bringing. It right off their line he's also wear Eddy Merckx would punched in side and and in one, thousand, nine, hundred. New sophisticated today just you know went straight the riders arguably bringing his reign to a close really I mean we're GonNa win that tour. No. was. It was a big moment. Yeah. Yeah. He was one of the big moments I mean he claimed that. It really hampered. I'm in in that Tori faults like every day he didn't. It didn't go without a fight. was was. merged. No throughout in it was it was grand in defeats. Almost. As it been in victory. So but as you say that that that was one of. The signs of these of decline for sure and you see the film from so far away and especially when you come down into town, it's a real conical A. 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It becomes so touristy and like all the pieces in the because this is you know these are all the volcanoes that actually surround a Komo fell and there are so many visits to do those places that you know that that that actually becoming injured and so for for lack of the PD Dome, I mean they they really refuse still now you know to to have A cycling race to the top I know put them will press on and press on and present to get it. But for lack of the DEDOM- will have primarily on Friday because it's it's actually the humour is is even higher than Dome in these has become You know you can kind of replaced Lupita Dome in uniform for tourists as a place to go into place to be and SO I. Will See on Friday, but could become a an interesting substitute or replacement for the places though there's a A. A rack railway, the gun shop now isn't as narrow. Dorota told you know. I think the steelers still exists I really sick exist I mean I haven't been up there for many many many years but I I might impression is that it it narrowed the road but quite a bit i. think they did not make any effort to to allow cows up there. So I think it's I if Saddam has been asking for the race to go there I, think the the road is still practicable enough to to stage a race but so far it's been a no. Every, the answer has been no every year. If he manages it, will we be able to call him Christian tweeted on Ways Christian prudhomme at the moment onset somebody. Somebody said on some tennis. I Let. Her colleague Max Leonard who writes lovely books it's like Dan who featured in our two zero episode on the writer them Crabbie's book. He wrote up the Dome quite recently for one of his books are calling ah climbing mountains and he did so by probably illegally or emily illegally going up very early in the morning, and which is a pilgrimage, some people make 'em, and if you read it by what it's like to write up depleted all now then am you can read about it in his book what a thrilling stage we had today is longest siege of of the race and Something a bit different I, love stages like today's We've been singing the praises of team somewhere but I, think for their attempts every day pretty much try and win the stage often with a different rider with different tactics, different strategies, Lionel, claim that they were the best team in the first week, which was disputable, and he's now vindicated in many ways. Yeah. I. Mean It's Nice there are team that came here just for stage wins. It's been it's been good to watch them. Both in a slightly different way everything day and. I think again, we're where we benefit from the insights of Nicholas aren't who's their road camp One of our audio dire s who sends us in. Little audio clips am which she'll have heard a the episodes more 'em. There'll be more to come into motorist club in two zero. I think it's fascinating to get that insight from inside the team and you really get a sense of what the is trying to do and how they do and the process behind it. Just to be fair. I was referring to kind of like looking at the names on the roster and the impact that they had in the race. They were clearly punching above their free writes. Wait. I felt an if three guys in the top ten today, which shows you know what a team actually. Is Win was also a team efforts obviously. Well, stage Twelve Chevy to Sarah. Raise Jacques Chirac's. Territory home tone you can say the castle there. Yeah. There was a lot Jack Sherack in evidence on on the route today wasn't there. Jack she rack marked. Then, it was it was a huge. 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"sarran" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"sarran" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Matt Jonah that's. Master the Massachusetts Arts. Instead of the mystical arts, the Massachusetts Arts. Yeah! Very Vulgar. A. I guess a wicked awesome spells. Our House and making thanks yourself. Oh okay. But Yeah Bega Guardians of the Galaxy episode here because like we said we're GONNA cover now. Guardians of the Galaxy Sixty one from the ninety s keep that killing butts I bought the first three issues. I think that's all. It's been out so far of the current cartoon series why you may ask. We'll Saturday I was on little podcast called into the nate nate podcast episode, one hundred, fifty special special lumbergh grabs a big number. Yeah, yeah, the think it goes up on either tomorrow Thursday, but yes raise hit one fifty on his podcast. The NA me him in another podcast. There Sarran, who I've never spoken to her before, but she was awesome. Ma could talk to La Marvel editor Tom Beart. And you know of course got the chance to question all manner of things of course I asked him. Hey, one wants quasar coming. And he said Mr Owl. Ewing has awesome QUASAR plans for upcoming issues guardians of the galaxy so. Also like I said it read the I haven't seen him yet, but. We're going to be keeping our eyes that we're watching much. Rush you. Do not feel was. But I mean is like I said it's going to take a break on. Guardians of the Galaxy series was pretty is pretty good. Darn it! By it, but look you know you've got rocket in his Don Johnson seat. Is it. GonNa continuing the storyline that the Donnie set up or I mean it's kind of like I. Think they do at least a couple months time, Jones, because you know rockets, caddo surgeries and stuff and he's all healed up and stuff but. I mean. To say I don't want to spoil too much, but yet like some of the team goes on a mission some stays. Behind. Supposedly. Supposedly are one of the Guardians, dive and but. We'll see how long we'll see all that much on sticks. There was some stuff that visiting with Quasar. In averell that. Has Really. Off Right. Yeah, like I said no sign him yacht, no mention of QUASAR. Well there's like in the first issue Nova comes to get them for like a mission in like you know, he needs help and usually go. There's really not much of a Novacor laughed I'm like. Why don't you QUASAR? You. Guys are buds. WHERE THE SILVER SURFER! Out of it I didn't outcome was vaguely aware that Richard Rider back as Nova but? The I think him during how I think he and Sam Alexander Kinda running around. 'cause, that's what even says. He's like he's like I. Go to the Nova. Corbett's pretty much and SAM now. You know that's something that's always annoyed me. It's A. Know riders building them up. And then the first thing you new writable ended. Up. For you know who the Nova Gore there. Been Done Oh my Lord in that it has a funny mentioned that that whole the whole green lantern thing, Kazaa. We'll get there when we talk her on Mars, but I was listening to an interview with that then he o.`Neil, He O.`Neil passed away this last week. said. No yeah, but he was talking about. You know they did the whole cow rainer thing 'cause they said how house sales number for plummeting at that point. So Yup and then Kyle Green Leonard what I mean I'll Australia. Tell You I've held. Jordan is probably one of my favorite, my second favorite character barring. You know. Macaroni..

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"sarran" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"sarran" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Up pop on the Harare cheese had down to the beach. Are you gonna help me load around the bone? I gotta get. Okay. So let me just I test this for second. She she may or may not be dad. She will be. As of now, she may still have a poll. Yeah, I can't tell you want me to swing by, but you won't be there, and I should grab her and Drager cross the sand and then toss her onto my boat and then drag her couple kilometers off the off the shore, and then dumper in the ocean, go back home and you're going to be wear and what you do with it before that. This has been a wonderful reenactment made extra creepy by the story that we heard shortly thereafter about norm. Donald favors wife, a couple of things. Yeah. I think it was based on an interview of like when Vander salutes island buddies. Yeah, you got a call Vander Sloot. And he told him to go pick up the body and dump it out in the ocean and everything. Yeah. It was a reenactment of that phone call the norm. He hates. When I tell the story. But that's not going to stop me from telling him for fifth time norm. Well, he should have told us on the tell us we dragged it out of him he. Well, you know, I think when we catch them in the morning it was vulnerable hot up all night. And I think people mistake me for him. And he for me, so I think he just thinks maybe I'm telling the story he's talking to MIR by. He was he was saying that he had sex. With is good friends wife, that's out start. Yeah. And then we said, well, where was the where was the friend outta town and they said, no mowing the lawn. So he said, he's having sex with the wife inside the house where the friend was mowing the lawn and then dropped this bomb back door love as well. So. Outside mowing the lawn. Yeah. Well, he is entering the wife from the rear. Yeah. You, you wanna you wanna talk about a sense of entitlement. Like, hey, while your husband's out. I wanna know if you could do something for me. What do you want, like a eliminate or something? Now a little little higher up on scale their Cup of sugar. Now little kiss. No. And it went a little booby grab and you want oral sex and you wanna have intercourse. We'll my husband's eighteen feet away with a snapper, and like, wow, you're pushing for anal sexual, my husband is on the property. That's a tough sell. I know. But I love at the man for it. And if you think about it sort of diabolical, because if it's if it's a it's a power mower, you're gonna hear it. It's like going back and forth getting further away and closer further away and the second stop. That's an answer. Nobody walks away from power mower while it's running. No one goes, I'm gonna go in and grab some lemonade while runs out on the one you'd stop it. So if you heard it stop. It's time to pull out if it's using a push mower, you still get the sound thing. But if the guy caught you would be so fucking tired, he couldn't raise his arms because there's nothing more tiring than a push mower. The push mower should've gone the way that dodo the second the power mower was invented, but they still hung around for another thirty years. We had a push mower at our house. And we only mowed the lawn once every like nineteen months at the Corolla house. So it'd be like, the, you know, Sarran gatty up there and you have to use like a machete to get it down to the three foot level. No. My dad did mogul law this house that I do. All right. So where were we? Well Isaak's is in the news leading dairy soul musician Isaak's, who appeared on our show. Yeah. Few minutes before he died. You're up. Incoherent interview. He may get a memorial stretch.

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"sarran" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"sarran" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"A banned substance then and still now though of the world has probably turned more to Ricky Williams side on that front. So he had a number of suspensions. He took time away from the NFL. He then came back and was kind of good for a little while about ten years ago. And then he is a very inch. To I think some of the eastern arts massage therapy stuff like that. Yes. I found I found a clip of him from the celebrity apprentice, he looks completely different on the celebrity if he's in a suit, he's he's clean shaven. He's got a bald head. He looked so different from his picture. I do not I refuse to be ashamed for not recognizing him. He looks like a completely different person. And he looks like the kind of person you're describing in the celebrity big brother photo a bit like a hippie with a beard, and like a hippie shirt tower, a Ricky Williams that he couldn't come on this Lebanon apprentice, if he was going to look like it was a hippie commune. This isn't a big brother house. No, yoga, no yoga getting shape. Clean shaven. He wasn't that exciting. I mean by evidence Attaran couple forgotten. I think he's a pretty zen guy. Yeah. Yeah. You know, people are really like I feel like I it makes me not trust some of the things that have heard about some of these other people when people all Ricky Williams, he's going to be a character. He's going to he's going to be how is he going to get through without smoking. Like he was a perfectly normal dude on celebrity apprentice. So I don't know about this well celebrity apprentice famously like films like ten hours a day. You don't know what he's doing the the cameras are off. Whereas I believe that the big brother house is going to be able to control the substances that come in and out of the house a bit more. Yes. Well, I lot of people are saying that, you know, this this guy. He's very wealthy. He doesn't really need to be here. Either. They're worried that maybe he's going to be a meta world peace where maybe he doesn't really care about the game. Maybe he ends up quitting. Hopefully that is not the case. Hopefully, he's there to play. He's there to to not. Quit. And and it'll be alright. Yeah. I think a lot of people are also worried that Ricky Williams may be very unlikable considering his background as Miami dolphin. And so the could hurt him in some of the fan voting on you never know. Okay. People really hate dolphins. Jets fan like myself. Okay, Sarran then who is the person that you are the eleventh most excited about. Well, let's go Dina low hand. What is going away is Dino lo Han here? She's I like them all of the like the little league write ups in like occupation. It's like a professional Olympic athletes. NFL star actor whatever and Dina low hands is mother of other person. Yeah. Believe Dina lo Han, also like myself, also a Long Island native, I believe and she and Michael Lohan are the parents of a Lindsay Lohan Michael Lohan about ten years ago beat the crap out of Jonny fairplay in a celebrity boxing match. If anybody has a that was one of the people. One of the celebrities that is beaten. Yeah. Jonny fairplay might Michael low half. But yet, here's Dino low hand, and I'm kind of here for it. I think she's a hot mess. Dina lo Han don't know a lot about her. But I've seen a lot of YouTube clips about like a Dina low hand, what is she on in this video, and that is one of my favorite kinds of crazy Taryn? I'll have to watch it. Yeah. I mean who knows I've I've no idea all these I know of her daughter I've never heard of her before. I have no idea. What she's like, I'm I'm mostly just concerned that she is going to be one of the people. That's like get me out of here is too much. I don't know. I don't know if the seems like like, I feel like maybe she'll be a little bit out of her depth. I dunno. She's she's a little bit unique here. Sorry. Let's listen to a clip. This is from a YouTube video called Dina low hands bizarre, Dr Phil appearance. This might give us a good sense of what's going on. Camera now or rolling? I'm sorry. Okay. Can we cut? Oh god. Yeah. Can we cut one? The news. Like.

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"sarran" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"sarran" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"That is on bell was right justification for levian bell right in a single contract. Girlies making nine million more than Adrian Peterson did in the contract. You sign in two thousand eleven saquon gonna make thirty one point. Two million gal guarantee. Yeah. And Chris Johnson made thirty million in two thousand and eleven contract. That's according to ESPN stats and info. And basically so now just just bring it all full circle here, and then we'll do a quick news update and David Spade. So I'm curious to know what he's going to get paid in the last two years of that contract. And the reason why bring that up is just like from now with Julio Jones the it's similar to the difference between what Julio Jones and what the Rams have done. Again, this is a first contract for Todd Gurley, and they're basically saying to him, will give you. The guaranteed money that you're looking for and we'll give you the. Will give you the security are looking for for the four years, but you gotta play for that current amount right now, I'm assuming this is the way it is and then whatever you were going to get next year, you'll get that. And then you're four years kicking, then. But the I don't know if the fifth year because that could be guaranteed money that you're guaranteed. You're getting your fifth year option even if you're not even if you're hurt, we're still gonna pick that up. Again. I wanna know what's what's guaranteed against injury. I'm trying to there's a lot at work here. And then what is he going to get paid in the last two years of that contract that will get him to be as well compensated, but potentially a Super Bowl under his belt and more Pro Bowl seasons under his belt. How will that make that situation? Unlike what the falcons are going through with Julio Jones right now. So he's twenty three. The last two years of this extension will be his twenty eight twenty nine. He's in that that range of the thirty pushing thirty. He's in that with Shawn McCoy range. Forty, five billion dollars guaranteed. I mean, that's a large amount of money number. It's a significant number. And then like I said, this is justification for Le vian bell, correct. Well, I mean, he's for holding out like Todd Gurley at the same time player. A lot of passes dynamic tackle. I need to see the contract with the numbers are how the compared to what Levy on gave up girlies the same darn thing in the offense. Many ways would Levy on Bellas because again, it's not the entire offense. They're still Antonio Brown. They're in a great quarterback behind him. So obviously the Rams have other pieces around in a quarterback that they're grooming a heck of a coach forked up eighty million for Brennan cook and I and one thinks now now Sarran Donald's time to figure out, okay, we're willing to pay. We're willing to pay more money than what others at your position are making, but we're not willing to pay you. Like breaking up the entire structure of what we're of, what other people are being paid in the league period. Let's get a news update brought to you by our friends at Honda. Brockman special live report rock men with the news, spectacular events going on right now at sizzling deals on the accord pilot HR v..

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"sarran" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"sarran" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"Joe Bravo. Oh, just hand rides. Her late wins by four, and she's got some out how visually impressive. She was here sixty buyers and then the figure may not come back fast and it makes her sort of a fringe contender at best even hit the board. But you've got a project forward with what you've seen the way that she disrupt on the far turn visually. I thought she was awesome. Also worth noting. She's a half the no Mela known a Mela one a two year old steak up at the spa years ago with this exact same move going from Monmouth breaking the maiden in the debut and then shipping up north and getting the job done at Saratoga, not Madeleine. I think the interesting thing here becomes she seven to two on the morning line. I kind of feel it. She might be a little bit of the wiseguy horse because she was as impressive as she was Todd has had success with this sort of move in the past and from racing standpoint from a speed and pace situation. She may work at a decent enough trip. I am concerned that you look at those time for pace ratings for her in that debut thirty three and seventy four with blue fractions. They're going to be going. Heckuva lot faster early on. As you can see from the time formulas pace project, we've got a red bar, the three, the four in the seven lined up the three, congrats cow who I think is very, very interesting. Dam was multiple graded stakes place, too great. One place mayor dig at the four horse. That's pretty darn close out. Their fighters for norm. Cassie didn't beat much. I like the way that she did it in that debut. And then you have the seven horse and the seven horses. Alternately the horse that I'm going to pick in this race. I understand Tom, Amos, his numbers haven't been awesome, but they haven't been terrible at Saratoga over the past handful of years. Seren Getty empress to me the way that she won in her grew you going five and a half furlongs which I don't think is anything to glance over five and a half. Now we go to six. Some of these girls have been going five for long. Some of them even short in that I love the way that Sarran Getty empress, she broke, she's inbetween horses early on, they're going legitimate clip and she just absolutely cruise. She may not have beaten anything in that field, and she was one to five. So she was opposed to go out there. Strut, her stuff the way that she moves on the way that she extended down lane to meet. You just did things so professionally and I kind of look at her and I say, you know what? She wasn't ever asked for any real run down the lane, and she continued to extend she won by five and a half lengths to Gallup out with solid visually checked all the boxes and from speed figure standpoint, the raw number of ninety four time form. That's not too far off the top number in here and the sixty eight buyer that makes her at least gives her a punchers chance. If you think that Catherine the great regresses from the eighty, or if you think she replicates the eighty, it's not out of the realm of possibilities that you get a fifteen or twenty point jump in start to for Seren Getty empress you get havi or would you're gonna hurt your price a little bit. I think Tom Amos might have a good one. There's not a heck of a lot of pedigree in here. It's not as though she's coming from some giant family. I always liked alternation as a racehorse is not a heck of a lot on the dam site, but she's by Bernardini distance. I don't think it'd be a problem for and I like that she has. She has enough speed to get into the run early, but you can also pass horses. I'm gonna go seven. Sarah Getty empress in one of the co headliner at least on opening day up at Saratoga and Friday afternoon. I like the seven Seren Getty empress in the Schuylerville. Let's take a look at the two year old male race coming up on opening Saturday, the spot, the Sanford..

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"sarran" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"sarran" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Aling maybe it'll work avenue and that and you want the best and you better know it yeah i he my yeah two people and combine them my son was then well to be fair i'm not up to speed on all the twenty one year olds but my son is and he was explaining that he couldn't picture josh rosen wearing the red and the white of cardinals and then i said yeah because like usc and then he he was explaining that wanna know what the carson palmer was going to do with that and then it was like carson palmer's getting older and he's been he's been injured a few times and then how old is he i guess thirty six i don't thirty eight and i know that because i just interviewed him on the dave damasec football program in dallas he just retired he's three and he's passed the three four were now josh rosen we just add sarran dip in so we're literally walking and talk and what a lonely guy and then he proclaimed sunny proclaimed that the ucla helmet was the best and i thought oh now i will say this i will say this i have evolved on powder blue i wasn't a fan of powder blue for football uniforms or lamborghinis but later on in life i started to appreciate the powder i guess when i was able to get a little more comfortable my skin in touch with my sexuality and say that's right because you think it's indictment of your matiz when it felt soft ray i could definitely see ray putting you in a headlock and no gain you for for liking pink or something interesting that i still went right back to michigan's helmets when sonny was telling me the ucla at the best that is dark blue that's a i mean obviously a great one and i always get my history i should really the side are figure this out once and for all i pretty sure that they are the first team ever to do it or it might be the rams who put the rams horns on i i can't remember which to me i in college football especially simplicity is great i like penn state talmud as much as i hate the team but bam i just like.

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"sarran" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"sarran" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Well nova choke is a nerve agent and not dissimilar to the nova agents that have become more familiar over the last couple of years like sarran vx most of the nova giants have a phosphorus oxygen bonding whereas the nova chokes have a fuss wrist nitrogen grouping when you say it's a nerve agent what does it do to the body nova giants act by inhibiting an enzyme code atl colonist raise and this enzyme regulate semester ejb between nodes and muscle when that enzyme is inhibited that message between nerves and muscles becomes disrupted with sends muscles into specimen and that affects every muscle in the body so you get the individual collapsing you have inhibition of breathing you have an effect on the hawks and the poor oxygenation that happens is the result of muscles being locked affects brain function as well how do you prepare something like that for use if it's so dangerous how do you handle it with great care clearly the have been hundreds of people who have been exposed to know agents accidentally in the course of them and you facture over the decades will based on the symptoms that you're seeing displayed and based on the chemistry that you know about this what does that say to you about where this came from and how it was deployed well the uk is saying that it was military great material really what that means simply is that it was fairly pure product so it was designed obviously with weaponization in mind many laboratory scientists would be really pleased to have something that was of the order of ninety eight to nine thousand nine percent pule if you're wanting a weapon with these agents you want to have as much of the finished product in it as possible so it suggests that the procedure to make it was pretty shopping up you know it'd being perfected was that because the russians are the only ones capable of producing it i don't think so but i have to say that what i'm going to say next is so mice on my part many government defense laboratories are in the business of protecting this states from chemical weapons and that means that you've got to be able.

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"sarran" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"sarran" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Who compiled a collection of memos containing several allegations of ties between trump and his associates and russia memos says that when agents went before a secret buys a court judge they did not mention steel was ultimately working on behalf of and paid by the dnc and clinton campaign to the tune of about one hundred sixty thousand dollars dresdner she's the best matched up to corruption house republicans described it as a breach of civil liberties and to my knowledge this is the first time in american history that the fbi and justice department have been weaponized through the actions of a political party democrats i'm as trump wants to use the memo to protect himself and possibly give him a reason to fire deputy us attorney general rod rosenstein who hired special counsel robert muller the federal reserve is imposing more penalties on wells fargo freezing the bank's growth until it can prove its fixed its internal controls banking analyst verdy lay the toughest enforcement order i've seen issued against a large bank which i think emphasizes uh how important and significant it is the new panel is renounced on fed chair janet yellen last day central bank administration officials say president trump is willing to consider more military action to head off chemical attacks in syria cbs news course wanna cami mccormick defense secretary mattis said the us believes the assad regime has weaponized chlorine gas but there's more we are more even more concerned about the possibility of sharon use and we're looking for the evidence assads yusef sarran prompted a us missile strike on a syrian air base last year they'd be ill advised go back to violating uh the chemical convention assad is believed to have secretly kept some of his chemical weapons stockpile to slide a dealer two thousand fourteen which called for the weapons destruction cami mccormick cbs news the pentagon room that a really ugly darren wall street for quite a while but we had one today the dow plunged six hundred sixty six points yahoo finance columnist rick newman traders got a little bit nervous about interest rates going up that happened at the same time we got jobs report this morning it was very good but that jobs report showed that wages were going up by more than expected that is a good thing in itself but that also suggest that inflation might be going up a little bit more than expected and which could hurt some.

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"sarran" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"sarran" Discussed on WTMA

"The sink and it's important to it'd be sanctioned because he draws upon that's a fun some of his worst activities but because he demanded that its john kerry and the rest of the obama administration we to firing the fact that we had sanctioned hvac network before we run out its clear terry and others have said really this is an iranian situation not us that's not correct as it i mean it's an iranian situation obviously but it affects us to noneuropean been roger federer growth team could face with guy to sell their nuclear deal i couldn't hole our capital for several months and info and the basically what still counts as political trauma in washington dc the unwound our sanctions all of our war the united states they went after our allies they empowered a country that is our sailors of course it has to do with us of course it does so ridiculous that it doesn't have to people who didn't have to do with anything with united states why they spend the second half of the obama administration obsessed with this thing of course it has to do with us it's ridiculous statement to make by they don't want us they don't want the trump and stood they don't want to the united they don't want to congress they don't want our elected representatives are they certainly don't want the trump administration to make them look bad by showing then we could have come down on the lawn at any time and that the reason he didn't come down on iran is because they want it the nuclear deal all right sucks there is omri sarran you are the managing director of the israel project we appreciate it keep tweeting i enjoy reading them vancouver cocker all right take care of yourself other other takes on this is an excellent piece at the pj media by my buddy michael ledeen uh he thinks this is a potential opportunity uh for real change in government over in iran it's a wonderful piece worth reading uh and we'll keep an eye on this we'll keep an eye on this john bolton uh earlier today or maybe was yesterday he had some outstanding comments on it as well uh i think it's important that the trump administration keep up the pressure there are.

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"sarran" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"sarran" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You know what maybe kids wouldn't scream and yell when you show up with you just give them a smile instead of sarran adam like that light like their kids in my neighborhood and they ride around a bikes like when i gave out when i gave out halloween candy i didn't just shovel salt in stare them scarely i gave them candy hey how you doing yes i mr carman i okay my sons out there to say hello to my son this was little axel your hello like you didn't do that type of thing i don't just sit there and a great big bundled up coat with my hand bandaged up it's stare at the neighborhood children as scary as i possibly could and then he said in church i can't believe all these kids run away from me offs because she stare at him and he got critics here revered you weirdo the by he did not make sense or he mates and then at the end of the movie the best martz of the end of the movie hey we're all excited to see kevin they're excited for two minutes and then they leave them alone again he's waving to the next door neighbour all by himself he has this moment by himself this nice moment with the neighbour where he waves to him meanwhile by the way kevin has to go through and i don't even tell you through the russell winter heaven basically has to go through to each one of his brothers who still are going to believe him and tell them that hail man marley such a bad guy great so you know by the way kevin goes right back to took because he wants to be part of the friends he goes right back to not liking old man marley you know that's how they goes i mean the whole movie has flaws boundless flaws however i will say this i do like the movie i love home alone and i love hummel loan to as well i will give you that okay what i'm just saying if a mars or of joe patchy in that movie and someone shoots me in the face with a pellet gun adderly do we in house at bed okay i don't need this russia i've robbed.

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"sarran" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"sarran" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Laughing about a little bit now but it's really there on the table a north korean say they're going to start lobbying ballistic missiles at or near guam which is a u s thirteen thousand us troops on a base in the pacific and you know we are making plans of foreign policy the figure out who's covering nuclear war and the imminent demise of millions of people this weekend so what does war with north korea look like mckenzie since your seat right here with me i'm gonna start with you let's we'll get to the notion of whether it is actually going to happen but if a shooting war with north korea kicks off let's go through what is it hasn't start well thanks for having me the challenge here is the multiplicity of scenarios right so would include nuclear weapons right off the bat are not hopefully probably not how would it include chemical weapons of which the north korean regime is known to have plenty of like vx for example sarran gas all kinds of other scary horrifying possibilities would it include that in the opening stages or not because i really think we'd be concentrated here in this conversation on the first ninety days give or take an death oh we're talking ninety minutes exactly what that's right the first 24 hours and first ninety days uh is probably the right area to to discuss assuming that those would not be a part of the conflict until later and i don't think that they would given the massive level of artillery and naval capability of not just the us but our ally south korea our treaty allies japan but also the north korean sinoe they've sank south korean worship in the past so they they have shown considerable uh land power uh artillery a capability including but not limited to missiles for example so i think it would be concentrated they would know if anything started that they would want to take out as much of seoul as possible as quickly as possible and the estimates are cruzeiros razi it's a million civilians in sold the capital city of south korea would die within hours this.

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"sarran" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"sarran" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Explosives guy who was mixing fuels parsons joe propulsion lab and so you say no one knew anything about rockets for crying out loud somebody must have had a clue they they were they were interviewing the you know these people who were in their twenties who were gang jobs at nasa an early 1960s and you know the reality of trying to send a human into space was that they did in the people they were hiring they didn't know anything about orbits and they were figuring it out as they went along like they were doing like the trunks they were interviewing scientists are banned reference these are people who worked in control our uh you know during the apollo era during the german i am mercury so do you have a science background fulfull you email this great email the easy show up at so i i i don't i i went to art school and got might occur traffic thank you this is amazing but it shows you the people all kinds are required for this endeavour of space search for absolutely to paint towel ways into space well seriously you want i bet you want some spaces spencer hillary's refer you want some interior things to look nice you want to have a nice designed ergonomic shapes and let version galactic is certainly area so we'll go into into space elicit looks cool enough rice the end but this is the thing is that nasa reached out to you because they want to do that want to get people from outside the building from outside their box yeah absolutely they were you know it was a very sarran deputies experience because the day that i had email nasa they had just posted a job description looking for someone who explicitly had no experience with nasa because they wanted to sort of bridge that gap and craig collaborations between communities inside and outside of nasa to create more new clever awesome stuff.

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"sarran" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:39 min | 4 years ago

"sarran" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Jesse once he has been put away once johnny frank garrett a 17yearold with the mentally challenged issues is put away for this he nece crime how long does he in of spending in prison so do either cobra herman de croo suchart twelve years and during this he never falters he never backs out he never makes it deals saying that he did it or try to cut a deal with the district attorney to take the blame for the other kind of save his own life he maintains his innocence throughout recruit greg we were from the beginning of color barrier in yogyakarta research through dark mirror i wanted to verify in my own mind you oh when bharucha research investors are tremendous amount of people executed in texas hutson under spurt who enough we go back and peace together how many people actually ever on the gurney about ready to go confessor sarran crowder's kirk who who believe in some type of an airport the way the guard it mitterrand aaron can grab an interesting way out of all the people executed in texas over three hundred less than two percent actually claimed their innocence until the time of year execute it was it was a pretty compelling percentage that literally a record repair to certain categories carabinieri area quaylisms frighten ccctb not only does he claim as innocence but he he takes a stand against all those that he feel felt wrongs him throughout this i can see a crew formation over the years of the johnny when cleanshaven young seventeen year old boy to this kouyate fluky your bearded you're crazy look it is our type of guy and a year ago he tapped into the dark side there's no doubt about it release them harvard for he guided cast a curse against all those responsible for what he termed rapport excuse who produce is murder now you say the word curse in again a good percentage of the audience gonna roles awry is the officer curse what could possibly be in jail couple people dealt with some bad luck give us an idea of just in sheer numbers how many people have been affected by this curse and something that making work curse.

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"sarran" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"sarran" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Okay we as a vase for question today in honor of all the rumors that are swirling around brad pitt and who he's dating yes because they're saying there's one report today that he's dating l mcpherson there is another one going around that he's dating cno miller so we asked who showed brad pitt date so head over to our facebook question we would love to hear what you have to say all right we're heading over there eight now of our who do you think how 'bout helen mirren love it it's love that i would love that we got some funny answers nancy said julia cows bad uh let's see raleigh said sandra bullock i thought of that too which he so smitten now what that new guy that she's been dating have photographer yeah he's hide chrissy said jennifer garner rad's not i don't know i think she's a little odd obrad league amber said drew brees very more to barrymore is now dating the head of her makeup per make apply yeah us ray sorry using jennifer garner out of brad pitt's league i do or using brad pitt is out of hurley no i think jennifer garner as out of brad pitt's late interesting yeah okay let's see and then policies charlie sarran we haven't heard a lot about charlie sarun said lay's lawyer flirting with that guy we just saw her flirting with similar she flirting with i can't remember she flirting with she was just for it and she was just out there have an a flirt isn't the word flirts just like lower know lurd rose except for the fact that it means something cute so you don't think of it as meaning something gross morally lottery halle berry's acts yes yes very nice handsome cup all very high covering the the hard hitting stuff around here all right thanks for answering our questions hey guess who's bad gases back in pose back in the song brands that glad lee trainer is back from uganda you know he's gonna have lots of stories air so stay tuned colleen and bradley coming up in about four minutes from right now all meet you back here tomorrow marcay bounce good ziadan change and five malaysia my top when a seven one every day if you could use go ahead make.

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"sarran" Discussed on This Week I Learned

This Week I Learned

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"sarran" Discussed on This Week I Learned

"This week i learned that the african wildebeest migration really the most spectacular migration on earth is a dark yet fascinating example of the circle of life once a year some one point two million wildebeest accompanied by large numbers of zebras his els and antelopes trample through the sarran getty in search of food and water this is the largest overland migration in the world and during which the animals will travel nearly five hundred miles and while the migration may seem like a frenzy of chaotic movement research has shown that wildebeest actually use something that's referred to as swarm intelligence where they methodically explore and overcome an obstacle has won but it is a dangerous passage predators like lions leopards hain as and cheetahs lined the route taking advantage of easy prey the young the sick the exhausted and there's another danger the perilous mara river the iconic kenyan river this is by far the most dramatic part the wildebeest have to swim across through rapids and eager crocodiles that will snap them in half for dinner on average more than six thousand wildebeest will die here either by drowning or crocodiles but here's what's really cool about nature as tragic as this is those mass deaths help the surrounding ecosystem more than they hurt the hurt for the first time researchers were able to calculate the fate of an animal carcass as at drowns decomposes an enters the river ecosystem and the journey is pretty incredible this group of the colleges found that six thousand dead wildebeest amount to more than one thousand tonnes of biomass which is a lot and all that biomass is a boon to the local river ecosystem feeding almost every one and every thing they're the biggest winners are the various species of fish in the river during migration the carcasses make up half of the diet for these fish many of the most important contributions aren't necessarily noticeable to the naked eye those carcasses deliver essential elements like phosphorous in carbon that are fundamental to living organisms right into the rivers food web and even when the carcass has been picked the bones though skeletons continue to leach even more nutrients into the waters feeding the ecosystem for years to come.

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