18 Burst results for "Selami"
News in Brief 03 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the united nations you in human rights chief michelle ballots and several human bodies have condemned tuesday's deadly as strike on the libyan capital tripoli which hit a detention center migrants and refugees killing at least forty four and severely injuring more than one hundred and thirty ms bash let said in a statement that she was shocked by the death and injury of migrants and refugees in attack on the tour jura detention center in the suburbs of the capitol and indicated that it may amounts to a bull crime the condemnation was echoed by the head of you and support mission in libya and smell gas on selami who said that they attack was eight cowardly act killed killed innocent people who die of conditions force them to be in that shelter view in refugee agency you and hcr andy you and migration agency i r y m both cold front immediate investigation in cs strike which they said in a statement speaks to the deep concerns that both agencies have expressed repeatedly over the safety of detainees the strike was the second time the center which houses some six hundred migrants has been targeted jeering during the current conflict the human rights situation in my in my is deteriorating independent you in human rights experts said on wednesday citing concerns about possible war crimes in rakhine state the treatment of minorities and the environment in addressed to the human rights council in geneva yankee lee the special rebel to run the situation of human rights in my mom said that freedom of expression continues to be stifled through draconian laws which used suppressed criticism of the armed forces mostly said that the right hinder refugees sheltering in camps in coaxes bizarre over the border in bangladesh i'll being subjected to human rights crisis that was she said in tiny the responsibility of my on mom and millions of people from minority backgrounds in indian state of of some living in a vendor phobic climates and face marginalization at a rise in hate speech on social media independent you and experts warned on wednesday the concerns raised by the group of you in special rap autos linked to draft amendments to be awesome national register of citizenship which excludes mold and four million people from the list in particular muslims hindus open golly descent those excluded from the final list judy published on the thirty first of july will have approved tribunals but they are not irregular foreigners an safety experts they risk
"selami" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"So here's the things I don't want a we chat in America. I don't know. I don't I don't think it's good for China either. I don't think I don't think it's good for anybody. And it's not that I don't like the idea of having an F it, can you do payments through inva- blah. That's cool. And all, but, like we chat is basically the currency system. You know it's turned off. They offer transportation, they turned off the credit card machines in China. Really? Actually have credit card machines within their public transportation system in which they turned them off, right? Like, right. Because they have a massive data collection. Yeah. Cellphone got an issue, I guess you could probably still log it with your terminals. They make plenty of extra cell phones in China. Fair enough. Shinsen is whatever that the city where they literally are just a bunch of it's like it's like every sort of fantasy novel or something, there's this. No mish city where there's all these builders collected like build stuff. Right. Like super tech. That's shanzen. There's all these people spare spare-parts laying around. Everybody's just fiddling with everything all the time. Exactly. Yeah. It's being close to specific. Supply chains is like an unprepared advantage for hardware manufacturers. It's almost unfair on a sleigh. If you've ever followed some of the projects that started on Kickstarter and before they finished fundraising, there was already a Chinese knock off in production, right? We realize early on. I think that microchips were mostly manual labor task that production and anything physical hardware. It can be automated, but at the same time there's still a huge human element involved. With actually actually building designed, essentially, I would say. Early designing chips. All right on on the streets. They're, they're building fakes iphones. Right. Right. With doing and so like that's dissemble work and like, right. They have the parts do some cool innovative. Emergence shits meeting. Like, hey, we've got this part lying around. I've got this part lying around put that together. Holy crap, develop this new little product of his Selami store like storefront, right there. China will steal it make it a product or apples dealer, whoever but the point is they got all these parts hanging around assembly. That's a where it's a little different, but, like we're actually designing the software of the hardware. That makes its we're designing the chips for the Intel Texas Instruments so care. AMD Invidia, like, they're, they're all US based company, will some of them are Taiwan-based. Now that doesn't mean they're based, it doesn't. So what? Taiwan Taiwan closer to the United States than it is to China, the IP, just because I probably shouldn't have said that publicly. Well. I'm not afraid anyways, well, they're trying. They're trying to China, but. But I bet they're really happy. They're not China after the Hong Kong protests. We develop all this stuff in the United States. We are software based company where suffer based economy in China's the hardware based economy instance fun, nets good bounce their difference between service versus really getting. Is that now Facebook is trying to create what looks to me like we chat for the United States. I don't think it's gonna fly. It's not even just the United States. They're probably gonna try market this India. Like you said in chat. Earlier they're gonna market this to Africa which, by the way is a huge untapped market full of resources, not just mineral in whatever inland, but also human potential human underutilised human intellect. You know, they're gonna market, this European nations is very attractive to countries. Greece of who are in financial crisis Venezuela. They really have the euro which is like it doesn't matter though, this whole thing's backed by multiple currencies. Right. So that's the problem with Greece is that they're, they're, you know, the euro's Dylan great in Germany very poorly in Greece. And so, you know, if you wanna hire chief development you go to Greece because there's a lot of people are very smart who live in con me that can't keep up with the European with Germany..
"selami" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"So don't get all bent out of shape about it. I see. One of the moderators get somebody out earlier in and somebody. I know somebody who I think is a patron of Avas. Pass. I know that they are. But I think I've seen them around enough. And it's not a big deal, man. Just the chill. All right. All right. Everybody chill. That's fine. All right. Let's let's talk over the decisions here Melissa will start with you. How how are you doing here with your choices this week? What did you decide to do? I even feel good about my choices but ever chat just RIP, Melissa assuming. Well, I thought I did pretty well this week because I I ended up I sold all my Mark stock because he sucks, and he's not gonna win and I bought atom. So I bought six atom, and I feel like that was a good move because out of went up this week, right? I mean, everybody's thing. I suck like. Did hold onto your Anthony. And damian. Yeah. But you know, Damian's might know. Then I sell Damian. I can't see it. I don't know. I might have held on Daime, and I'll probably get rid of him this week though. Because I think he's going out in the double. But you know, I'm gonna sick with my Anthony because you could pull out a win the end. So. Brent's? What did you decide to do here? Here we go. I think I had a right here. I decided I know that everything's in Kira? That's what I decided to do. Because it's something safe. I thought I wasn't sure the way the house is going to shake out. I thought there might be a civil war between the pretty boys. I thought that perhaps atom I go crawling back to the pretty boys and go after game E S T. Do. So I really thought that the one person who is in a safe position was Kira? I felt like there was no way that they would be victim this week. And that is what happened in fact, as I have said previously on the five s I feel like they have improved their lot in the big brother house. So I didn't make any money, but I also do not lose any money. And I still I think I think my net worth is up twenty dollars by virtue of the fact that I was headed twenty dollars other than that. Nothing much really happened. By the way. I I sold all of my Mark. I this is what I told Zander Selami Corey shares that's forty five dollars forty five shares times three. So I get one hundred thirty dollars at in my twenty two dollars two dollars twenty dollars typing, and I had one hundred fifty seven dollars to spend all of that..
"selami" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"You need kick it off with a bang. You need you need a good discussion. It's my last show of the year. Greg. It's. F it's now let's start with NGO NGO, right? Saying the kind of funny dot com slash KFI GD and says, hey, Greg Andrea, I'm curious if there are any game mechanics that will will will make you instantly. Nope out of a game. Because you just hate it. Also, if you do can you link it to something you hate in real life, for example, I can't get into games with hunger. Meters. No matter how little it matters. If I need to survive in a video game. I know I won't get into it. I mean one hundred percent to all the other game mechanics, but that alone will make my annoyance outweigh all the other things in the game as joy having to stop what I'm doing to eat. I don't really enjoy going out to eat making food or eating periods. I I find it more of a hassle than enjoyment. Yes. I know. I'm weird. But since I linked those two things it made me rise. Why hate hunger in games? Curious view have any similar hangups in games. How can you hate eating in real life? He's one of the best pleasures so good. Yeah. I will put this out there that I know I'm weird about getting a haircut. Like, I'm wasting time. They're just gonna sit there like a dope. You know, what I mean trying to make conversation with stranger who's got their hands over my head. You don't go to the same barber. Now. I tried doing that. But then it's like one of those. It's it's a nice little barbershop. Right. Great. It's the dad and the son they run it. This is awesome. I love it. It's quaint always packed when it's open and then the weirdest hours of all time. They're like, oh, it's Labor Day weekend. So we're not gonna work starting on Tuesday. I'm like that doesn't help me. And so then I tried and I go oh sorry because at six tonight for some random reason, oh, we're we're opening good bar because they have enough clientele. Thank you. It's not hard to do this haircut. You know what? I mean. Just just make me look not shaggy. That's all I gotta do. Anyway. I digress said I've never had a game on any haircuts video games. Because then it makes my character look different. What systems and games? Do you not like one of the things I hate the most engaged play systems is encumbrance? Internally annoying. Every time I play a game. That hasn't come on. Like, why a why is this a stupid thing? I have to micromanage game in if it's bad enough. I will stop playing the game. Because I hate having to pick up some and drops off dismantle suffer Selami junk all that garbage encumbrance I hate famous, but probably because I hate carrying stuff in real life. Interesting. I mean, like when you have to bring your groceries in intense, target run, the bring everything let's just all the bags. And then what I used to live in an apartment used to keep a shopping cart locked in the garage on my car because I have to go five flights of stairs with all of my bags. That's approach it, by the way, Shula shopping steal shelter smasher stolen for backyard wrestling. So I can't I can't get through stones from my glass, but one of my neighbors kept taking the shopping cart..
"selami" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"This eleven year old girl in Pasadena, Texas was out walking her dog while visiting some relatives and someone tried to her, but the dog bit, the guy on the leg book, then he ran off. He wasn't able to take her. Thank goodness. And there is survey 'Lance video from the townhouse complex showing a clear shot of the suspects license plate. He was in two thousand one green Ford Expedition expedition, and they're hoping that they can find him and track him down. And they're so thankful that the dog reacted and bit him give that dog milk bone. Good for that dog. It story that was telling me something good. Agai Wisconsin found out that his co worker was his biological father. Did you see this story. Yeah. So do just chill in Wisconsin, working his adoptive mom noticed that he was friends with his other dude who turned out to be his dad. Well, so crazy. Yeah. There's a truck driver in northwest Wisconsin. Nathan booze. He was adopted as a baby. He never knew his real parents were because he never asked not sure how old is. He looks like he's in his mid twenties. His adoptive mom did know she was scrolling through his Facebook page recently saw photo of him and buddy. Turns out that was biological father. Are you kidding me while that's crazy? And none of them knew like the dad didn't know obviously in the kid. Well, gosh, that's crazy. The dad's name is Bob de Garo Nathan's known them for about two years. They worked for a trucking company called rock-solid transport, and Bob was in the dark to. He had no idea. It was the sun and the mom Selami Facebook and. Tell me that's not the nuttiest story of the day. Pretty crazy what a great story now they're like, you know what? On a relationship, how cool that they were friends. So they had a lot in common. They. That's crazy. Amy, what happened to you? So in line at a.
"selami" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto
"And I think scientists who typically fights at one eighty five but has talked about moving up. That's a nice addition. Arjun Buller fighting on that card on October twenty seven Michel circuit attorney against Patrick Cummins, John Volonte couple to fivers few of them on that card as well. So and also that was announced earlier this this morning Artem Lobov is going to find that car, which I think is interesting against Zubaydah to to Gukov. I totally botched that, but the guy who they were involved in the whole slapping thing in Brooklyn now they're actually going to play out not to twenty nine in New Brunswick. Interesting. Very interesting. Curious as to why we'll talk about that one later for now, though, let's belong to our next guest, and I have been wanting to speak to this man for quite some time. I've been wanting to get his side of the story for quite some time. He has remained quiet that ends now the week after that show in Moncton New Brunswick is the US's return to Madison Square Garden here in New York City. You've see an ounce several weeks ago that one of the big fights on that card would be Paulo. Kosta the eraser going up against you Romero how fun However I reported shortly thereafter, that fight wasn't done well, is it going to happen is not going to happen? Is it ever going to happen? Let's talk to the man himself. These soldier of God. You'll Romero standing by great to have him back on the program. You'll. How are you. I'm going to tell shallow Selami friend will I've been wanting to talk to you for so long. It's so great to hear your voice. Yeah, man has always a long time. Can hear you too. Okay. I hear usually I like to see you on the screen, but this time we're going to talk to you on the phone. No problem. I really appreciate you joining us most important right off the bat. You will how how's your face? How's your? I know you had surgery on your Bill bone. How's it feeling. Comedian good feeling great. You know, I say, thank God because them St. he can. He can. You can support me and and my shitty. So you feel better? Yeah. Good. Good. Okay. I'm very excited for the network for my neck fi. I don't know when the company you gave me the opportunity for again, so you well, they announced around a month ago that you are fighting public Kosta in New York Madison Square Garden. But then I was told that flight was never really formally offered. You were not agreed to do in that fight. You were still healing and that it might not even happen toast your side of the story. What happened there today, announce a fight before you had accepted it. The then I asked my my money, his prided j. c. the dough. Oh, maybe clan for the fight, but the is non miss doesn't as possible by the two too far, you know, and I'm in the your need and more time for the fight and neither what happened but then, okay, nothing. What I that's what happened. You know what I mean? Everybody on me. You're getting somebody. I take it, but we do need to say, you need to stay and then you career you live very, very small. You know, it's not only what they like. Like, you know, like our by. Okay. I'm the best I go. No, no, no, there's no. Like, did you know you need a time to you how the shitty you need a cover when you you ready? We're now you'll you'll, you can go. And then and the doctor say, bye bye..
"selami" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast
"Phone look. Young? Yes, she's fucking Klingon. Exam, I guaranteed. I was very close. Blown bling bling is like half Asian half Russian. Dave described it wasn't the world. It just sounded like scatting we about. Cya Suka perky. But what I can tell you? Yes. Geeky Indonesia, got enough. His office. I wanted. Is one of those held it? Yeah. How does beak Indonesia? First of all, develop someone poisoning. Then do something else. Good. Sorry, the bristle, Russian, almost. Oh, yeah, that is true. So about Sorek Selami, Russian. Good evening Slama Molem. Terrorist now. To her is to eighty percent of her face. Was an x one. What does she look like? Stewart to say, I am. They are feeding me tweeting me. Well, please help combat. Back. I, I am not well. Beca big rape, play fake shaman two blocks from the lizard on a stick factory. Really. Down-time in this tutorial. She just stares you while you practice eight more times now you do it stupid. Why why? Yeah, you say you pay all you guy at one Twi. But it's very, it's not a very Asian. You that language. That's a whole other fucking today. It sounds like have like half Arabic, half Bucknell the doggie. Yeah, doesn't ever Russian and all those are kooky over there. It is kind of crazy, right? I wanna I wanna have enough money to go to like Fiji or one of those places just because. Old looking for that place in the world where they're not gonna get fucked child eat a monkey, where did carry glitter, go, he'll say, Gary glitter. Go like an expensive place to go right. Bro. Six ninety nine United. Now it's like crazy to two thousand dollars and you gotta take a plane a boat all to do one of those propeller planes to weigh in the plane on the water. Great. Yeah. Yeah, just expensive. The waters expensive. That tells you just to go to this one direction or is a flights by the way? None of them. Yeah, you you have to stop and it still sucks. It's all to stops. Is it paradise? Why is the one stop cheaper than the two stops? I dunno because once I learned of savages. If you wanna stop by the way, eighteen hours of travel, dude, that's fucking crazy. Worth that to me really. It's twenty two or twenty one for work, but I would never go to Austria for vacation. Enough travel breastfeeding their look. Giving birth of Yoshi. Always feet. I, I quit out to Atlanta's this smoking gorgeous dog. I have rich Voss was playing the comedy club. They got a great golf course. Yeah. Thought about the gag. It's about the hang. CD's over there. So clean up. It does look pretty beautiful. Might not. Oh yeah. Give a, you know, swim up that thing. What right there? That's the bungalow a little room could swim up, pull you not be able to pull your body up on for Washington. Phobe just foamy water takes me in hopeless. Inabe gotta get up half cool be like Christine. No, it's more fun outside across the thing. It was cool. Oh, these scrapes cuts fish flapping. Next, we just kick back in drink. Trying to get up out of his him. Got a noodle elbow. Match. Ants out for full forward. Fucking sneeze. Fun one educational. Buddy Adam. Thank you. One Lewis we're doing. It's going to be maybe a three of us the pre-tape prerecorded. Officially. Now I'm excited buddy. This is going to be. I'm pulling for you too big fucking deal. Hopefully j. is gonna be able to come out. There's a chance right outside shot, but if I can. I'll be there so the odds are against you. Bet on you win, rig. All right. I'll do that. Where do I bit. I'm gonna put another bet down Louis confident I am and you should be money. You put on Louis put a hundred so far, but that's just a Persian bet with our. All right, I'll do it. Believes Lewis gonna get fucked up Laura. Ars eating his friend into some fucking trouble year. I'm telling right now. He thought that won't be the first time. Yeah, his boy's gonna get fucking wreck. I'm telling you. All right. I'm telling you heard it here. First Lewis, whereas fucking this escapes nation bud, either all fucking route before you here buddy. We'll catch you guys next week when leisure skanks praise.
"selami" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Oh boy has this got a couple of the tweet and what are you know these guys yeah just like no one talks about him for three years and then all of a sudden like brady just steps away from the pitcher selami jackson like twenty four year old lamar jackson i dunno is now then every other draft fucks with my mind because the nba draft everyone's like nineteen yeah yeah we have people like it's twenty one i'm looking right okay lamar jackson just turned twenty one all right so yeah it'd be twenty four brady was four years it'll be a ripe twenty five mandate a workout something like braziers deflate balls every single year like you you get a month of starts i get another month with the mrs and the everybody wins i come in and dominate for twelve games are come dominate for sixteen 'cause only played twelve i'm fresh playoff i'd be all in on this obviously i still do think we're planning on taking a quarterback in the first just to get that fifth year for like that was the thing with jimmy leg he'd still be here if we took him at thirty two supposed to in the second round and then we tried him this you bingo so yeah it would i dunno draft night would be quite hilarious of like pick twenty three rolls around patriots just like lamar jackson out of louisville that'll be tremendous yeah worse comes to worse now the guy for brady to not look his way.
"selami" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Air american experience in the perspective we have several ways to thank you for calling in today so far we have one caller in weird 10 minutes twelve minutes into the show so we have a lofty goal of five more callers one of the many things that we offer and thank yous are of books magazines cds all kinds of premiums to thank you for them one of them is a kefiah kefiah is um ahead garb my saudi described the kefiah the representation of a culture uh it's sort of a head scarf right that is uh a mustang where my man not sure is if no one that here we are man yeah of one in red in one a new and wife unwired whiteonblack or unserb white and black and white and red so jagland traditionally was warned to kinda shade off son right now um the protective device in the desert rat a ride and then from the sun heat right so this kefiah could be weren't here in wisconsin to worm your head up angle that lay that actually pretty nice of you rub it on your face to only your eyes can be seen don't walk into any place where they might pull a gun and shoot at perceive the because over the years has become to represent uh hit us sitting in this but it does now represent the freedom fight that the palestinians are involved in in this beautiful scarf could be yours for the pledge of fifty dollars red or black but we have um and more sinister plan here we would like to bring at cooking show a cooking presentation of some sort to a dinner at night a dinner could not and the ribian night dinner four six people prepared in your home by the crew here at selami's we're nauseous and some radio personalities i we are we now because we threatened to come and turn your kitchen into a an excellent smelling delicious tasting hang out for one day when iran hopefully with the four of your of five additional friends so you and five more lucky recipients could be uh the uh the targets an hour a culinary invasion of your kitchen.
"selami" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"The leaders were going to be who is going to stick around for today uh it's will get youth with that being set this is a good teachable moment when it comes through wa comes your portfolio we've uh we we've stolen from the karate kid here on the program in the past bent up one of my favorite characters from that movie mr the ioc yes this term biaggi he had these banzai trees member the bonsai trees and daniel son like the bonsai trees i was enquiring through this term yaki and how the bonsai trees how we how they were so small and they were so pretty it what he would do what how he would care for that banzai treaty be on your son cuts yes stiff yeah cuts yes step yet will you need to do the same thing with your portfolio now if you're check portion of your portfolio has gotten way too big in relation to everything else your asset allocation is off will then you need to cut your trip here and do us yourself a favor don't think you know some people be like van selami tech stocks are little by little over the course of the year and if they just keep going up uh yeah i'll ask you a question does did you ever never lose money taken a prophet you will lose money taken the prop no there's nothing wrong with rebalancing assis because again you don't know what is around the corner you don't know when the tech sector might decide the correct and you might see a reversal of assets moving into more the value area if you're doing it little by little and you're vine that value area win it's down and it's not doing so well with the money that you're making under the portion of your portfolio that is doing well guess what you're going to be pretty darn successful over time that's how it works anyway quick break right here and believe it or not so we're gonna come back from the break at it's a it's a teachable moment if they how the world work story about the polls oxygen on march nine is national defaulting iraq anyway i'll explain his you'll get it when i get back watched organ wall street that cobb watchdog on wall street dot com don't go anywhere.
"selami" Discussed on First Things First
"First time this information has surfaced share you know i the timing of it is what was sort of holds light means available an lebrun had interesting getting paul ju the added new wants to this that windhorst did on the podcast was that it was that that is adding to the friction with isaiah thomas in lebrun i do want to say one thing about isaiah thomas and it's why wouldn't selami's thomas stock yet we do have to recognize that even though these guys are pro athletes and famous people and celebrities there real human beings and this the last nine months for isaiah thomas had been as difficult of an emotional ride as would any person good deal with had to go from your highest height serbs a pro athlete to then within a span of three months break your face have a serious careerthreatening hip injury tragically an unexpectedly loses sibling in a car accident beach traded from a team that you were thinking one day might retire your number two then all of a sudden having to totally changer game to play with one of the most demanding players we've ever seen in a new city with a bigger expectation aero or target on your back than ever before that would be difficult for anyone to deal with and he's doing all of it with the spectre of am i going to get that big contract hanging over him so i think i'm i'm it might be a little much for us to expect the fullyfunctional isaiah thomas already i think that it's still exists that he could get too close to lovely was left fear says a lot for him in his last month.
"selami" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Was on the radio by fifteen sixteen years on tv show locally in texas uh that's where he met with some john tactical team promotions for their their work uh and he met the teenager than in may of nineteen fifty six we'll be dubie at sun records was his first big single and uh he was one of the pioneers of rock music from 1960 to sixty five that's one of the biggest story with them he told me they'll be crying running scared love for 30 or 40 top top hits uh given a number at many records you sold i guess the number still going up oh and always does it always does um i know pretty woman as a single in its first years sold about seven million just as as a single it's hard to calculate these things because he it's kind of pawtucket every year they switch pedia uh this the b numbers uh so into old age counted sequel it was it's already so it's it's hard to calculate that they'll still hard to quantify elvis first lady gaga you know really i mean elvis wins so so roy not really a matter of albums that you'll see it's a matter of what percentage of the population at the time fans and the right it was very very high your your father uh i guess johnny cash it according to the book johnny cash played such a key role in promoting his career he says hey call up sam phillips it's on records and selami told him to call again and you telefoni story about that oh yes well those that kind of leapfrogging i call it a with the cull fish and uh you know buddy holly to end all of the guys that that continues to today we still uh we still uh johnny cash oh he moved to be next door to us um after firing 1960 eight uh that killed my two brothers uh go into wayne told me johnny cash bought that property because we didn't want to live in the exact spot he became my neighbor they would song together around the time i was born john carter cash was pregnant with stunned john clark act with glorious little time there where we all gift you know stone throw from each other.
"selami" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The aprica trump for the mac my four fun to be uh all the way to today so it begins in when he was six years old and then and and received a qatar from his father by the time he was 80 he was on the radio you know how at eighty one out of little um actually a medicine show contest in those days it's medicine show by ten he was on the radio by fifteen sixteen years on tv show locally in texas uh that's where he met elvis john bruton promotions for their they'll work uh and he met them as a teenager than in may of nineteen fifty six we'll be do we at sun records was his first big single and uh he was one of the pioneers of rock music and from 1960 to 65 he was one of the biggest source in the world with them hit fly told me the lonely crying running your words thirty or forty top top heated uh given a number of how many records he sold i guess the number still going up oh and always doug could only does um i know pretty woman at a single in its first year sold about seven million just as as a single it's hard to calculate these things target every year they switch pdo the uh be numbers uh so into old age accounted singles and what was a singles are this so it's it's very hard to calculate that right it's also a hard to quantify elvis first lady dogged ah you know really i mean elvis wins so so loyd not really a matter of albums singles it's a matter of what percentage of the population at the time fans and the right it was very very high your your father uh i guess johnny cash and according to the book johnny cash played such a key role in promoting his career he says hey call up sam phillips at some records and selami told him to call yet and you telefoni story about that oh yes well those the that kind of leapfrogging i called it um and.
"selami" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Nuclear bar bomb and supplied them directly or indirectly not just the pakistani government but do foundations in pakistan or the phoney baloney names and so forth so this is being done and it's not a part of the formulation of foreign policy the congress of the united states and the president of the united states uh not uh especially george hw bush said we should not be supplying those arms to pakistan or two or to india either at that time and i think we could have had a nuclearfree uh a nuclearfree subcontinent in asia now we do have a nuclearfree south american subcontinent and in selami meetings the uh the ambassador of brazil's stood up and recall that in the early 1980's brazil had a nuclear bomb programme and they're were on the very verge of doing the because of the pressler amendment and because of the work that john glenn and i were doing they decided that the united states would just be too troublesome or it was too uh this is so they backed away from their nuclear arms programme south africa had a new nuclear arms program so the proliferation of weapons can be slowed down has been slowed down by the buddies efforts but we get subverted by these lobbying and law firms in washington d c who worked for arms companies and who under the table now they do it largely legally uh uh i i wouldn't say that uh that uh but but some of this stuff but a lot of the materials that were sent to pakistan were illegal under our law in my opinion un runs was enabling prosecuted oh hard to uh prove uh intent in this area that's.
"selami" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"Glen guided i feel like i give you a bitcoin guy every single thompson tweet is cops you want us to do at resula shown and flowers duck on twitter feed topfive bottom three in the nfl it's espn radio computer execute twelve point four p operation optimizing algorithm fronting encryption packet alpha and i when i uh i don't feel so good what what is it computer is it hot in here it feels hot in here i feel a little clamming i should lie down or something a computer with a virus surprising what's not surprising how much you can save by switching to guy cow those oysters rockefeller were a mistake geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more we we're doing this earlier rigged somehow cologne divers namedrop a guy came up and then there was a slight acquisition perhaps into rudi and we're going to revisit that on me and that's right we're all trying to get better and vive me correcting selami flaws leads to some comfortable loans now i'm all for it and let's be clear is not about how much to car nowhere you're wearing now but if i were was i see i could do that right now we'll kaine or social has been radio out in la uber driver picks me up car reeks of jakhar and i'm black man you're you're still all and i look i go hey man what's up he said hey on go how old are you like twenty six i go you're wearing jakhar and you're twenty six that's incredible ict was passed unanimously and he's a gun on were in cologne and you're what is this because my car fresher i go will what's up because i love this smell i go will you get a check out jakart's cvs hey i'm m taken aback by the refinement of your nose like death cannot tell cologne brands i cannot tell cologne qualities like that's a nice cologne that guy is on or that in some stats and he's wearing i can't tell the nights west move i swept.
"selami" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Moment they signed that contract there's no chance of them getting past nc amateurism rules one on the sixteen he's no longer in high school he's about to move to a town of ten thousand people in southern lithuania to play maybe twenty minutes a game in front of crowds of as maximum with fifty eight hundred people as illegal vars going to be showing lithuania the whole time what people say that he's gonna say he's sending his i believe the boys uncles with them as is the rumor that i had earlier spending all that much time lithuania i worry about these kids now because winds has made it right rondos made it he's alonzo a rise of rise or fall on his basketball town now regardless irrespective of his father and he is unlucky what was lonzo a talent who's gonna make it no matter what or did his dad helped further that talent along as a coach in a mentor i think it is dan's actually was huge and lawns as developed as a basketball player as a basketball player and as a young man launches i love those agree head and shoulders and i think laws of does not take his dad too seriously he left the stuff off product has been dealing with with it for you know etf eighty nine twenty years of his life but look it's different for these younger to kids especially against especially angelo who is still convinced it sounds when he talks about it that he's gonna be a first round pick six months from now and seven months from now he's not going to be a firstround pick selami's around he's going be a first round pick seventy years from now this is brother still might be and i guess it's going to remain to be seen i mean you were talking about this earlier today lofar balls a disruptor and he is disrupted the shoe industry and he is currently trying to disrupt the amateur sports industry and we'll see if it's worry we'll see if it works i definitely have my doubts i do i feel bad for those for those kids are an fame as is awful we've laruent when you get into soon aren't led some i do want to talk about this new sports streaming ever relaunching and this deal that the end of allows of rise in but before we get to all that with three four rave let's get a cbs sports radio update from a man who survive childhood famed you ever.
"selami" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"If if i results asian which had how i came across a lifestyle and um you know a whole different model where you know we're fixing things out in were making things look night where they are trying to give our tenant the bethlehem so when you first started here in texas though you brought that new york model and i'm going to call it the old world model of how's it where get out there is no incentive to be a good landlord you do simply filled up with people and collect money so you brought that old world way of doing business to texas how did that work for you here did it work out well are not it didn't work at all um you know in my mind it didn't work at all our you know in order to keep an anti rent were much lower than death rounding competitors um in in you know we're maybe you're saving money on fixing thing but you know the you can only faith so much in the upside was you know much greater than the saving um um in you know sometimes you just don't realize that when you work from the old world theory carlos how'd you make the thing worth more money in your own mind to try to sell it because the old mural model also has this thing called the greater fool theory in other words i'll find somebody i can stick it to in selami property for way more and more toward if i can just find somebody stupid enough to do that how do you rationalize the value gain if it's not well increasing the income i was i was just about it faith add before you jump in in you know you don't get much of an increase in value the is barely no increase in value because you know what are you like it or not your water failure electric rail in your your taxes there they go insurance they all go up every year and if you're not increasing your may lead to keep up with that then you actually you know you valley's going down so in your asset is you know in in worse shape if you're not fixing it if you doing the.
"selami" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Well i think the thing that we've seen also will do again and again is bounced back from losses like this and then when a couple of games in impressive fashion and and everybody will certainly arsenal france immediately managed to sort of sweep under the rug everything that happened before but these are signs all of of troubled these are signs of distress i'm hearing even selami made two of the most pro awesome dies start to say oh this is it's time in style how is it going to happen could this came to fill out the only way all surveying is going to leave arsenal is kind of julius caesar style in being stamped by assistant coach steve bould and gonna source in the marketplace arabe i don't trust in the sewers i believe the biggest danger to also right now is just a fifth overwhelming feeling a powerlessly your hinting at that sweeping over and immobilizing the fan base so stan kroenke and there you listen to this port number one you and also football club it's not clear you actually do no euro knows a farflung asset number two please watch the movie old yellow specially end when little travis realize these car kill the venerable dog loves yet to kill old yellow you became a man in the process of killing old yellow you can't young gala like at the end of that movie you own young yell at don't you stamp just why is awesome putting himself through this that's what i don't understand just on a human level as a don't understand why he's putting himself through this tony knows it only knows anybody who has a perrin who is a workaholic who refuses to retire to sense of identity theft fear of identity lawsuits all the news.