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Israel Braces for Weekend Violence After Spate of Shootings and Eviction Protests

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | Last month

Israel Braces for Weekend Violence After Spate of Shootings and Eviction Protests

"For more protests and clashes with Palestinians today after a night of violence in east Jerusalem comes after weeks of unrest and has led to the State Department calling for the violence to stop. CBS News correspondent in Martez type has latest. The intense protests have been going on for weeks. Now. Most of it's centered in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah, where a number of Palestinian families are facing convictions from homes they've lived in since the 19 fifties by a group of She was. Settlers who claim the land as their own at the State Department has said it was deeply concerned about the situation and has appealed for calm. But column is unlikely. On Monday, Israel Supreme Court will hold a hearing on the Shakti Rod fictions, leaving many in the Holy city bracing themselves. For even more violence. At least

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"sheikh" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

02:43 min | Last month

"sheikh" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"This just happened yesterday. But so where it is really. So there's really court said okay you can stay on the land but you have to pay rent. They're saying we're not paying rent to jewish organization and israeli organization because we are land. Just because jordan on principle on principle just because jordan. That's sort of like a wisdom of solomon solution if this organization says they own the land fine then pay them rent and you can stay. They don't wanna live there. They just wanna show that there. Although i don't know how true that is but but so often the arab because they didn't want to pay rent on principle. Also they're saying the incompetency that you're gaining government that didn't transfer the land to that. Because i think it's understood i think it was. I think that's what they're kind of arguing is understood that they were getting these houses and they were just incompetent bureaucracy. That didn't that didn't transfer landlord didn't care didn't pay attention to it. That's how i understand. Why my house. Where i raise my children and grandchildren for fifty years. Now you're pulling out this weird technical legal mumbo jumbo and saying that. I can't live here. I mean there's of nothing that i did wrong. I've been behaving perfectly legally all along these crazy situations they're few years ago wings ran the core fellowship so we visited one of these homes arab values to talk to the arab family. There right so that that's their understand but certainly their understanding that this is their home and it was just like you know this is the middle east. You sit there excluded correct understanding so they're living and so the government. The corks basically gave half of their their land which is also half of their house to a jewish family. So they're living. Basically in a divided house divided courtyard next to jewish family. That doesn't recognize their existence and they don't recognize a jewish family existence. And it's crazy because their neighbors decided that you don't talk to your neighbors. You actually have a political dispute. You know it's like it's an by the end of the day To me anyway. Look jewish site says okay. We've found a loophole. The jordanians should have done what they did. They didn't do it. it's their problem. We're going to take advantage of that. And and these palestinian families which could amount to hundreds of them are now have been in any precedent they're going to push more and more people displaced. Yeah right now. I think they're talking about like seventy eighty but it could go further. Yeah yeah. I mean the cases. They're out for decision for families and this is what happens and basically what you're talking about is the little guy. Getting caught in a geopolitical. Yup dispute were now everything becomes politics even the even the ownership of your like home yard..

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"sheikh" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

03:19 min | Last month

"sheikh" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"And listeners. To what's happening in israel and give you insight behind. I'm your host michael unterberg here with producer matt lipman. How're you met very well. Thank you michael. Good often and today we are joined by guests. Former co host of the podcast. Alan goldman. how're you doing alan. Kay mike just. I didn't bother preparing by violent. I must admit. I didn't think that was necessary. I'm insulted i think. That's to allen. Would you like to introduce you to now. I'm a little disturbed that you've gone from your usual okay mic to just okay might a couple couple weeks in israel. That's true and that's where we're at a difficult moment and that's what we're gonna talk about although we're also political somewhat turning point moment. I don't know that we'll have time to get to talking about netanyahu running out of time to form a coalition for the fourth time in a row and now the president is three weeks. Three weeks still to talk about trying to form that new change coalition. that's true huzzah. But i don't know that much is going to change so we have as long as we want to discuss this moment where the president has presented yet your lupita teed to farm it and we'll see how successful he will be but we wanted to discuss some major events going on in the news. Obviously we wanted to address the tragedy. The lug omer tragedy at me run and we also want to talk about something that i think is only going to grow in the coming weeks in the news. And that's the evictions at shake jara the jerusalem neighborhood. So where are weak little less than a week. We're recording on thursday afternoon. So it's just about a week since log omar Since the tragedy at marrone forty five dead Dozens wounded an enormous trauma. Threw out the. I would say jewish world at the at the the horror of these wasteful deaths. And we've also been looking at reactions in the haredi world because they obviously were the the largest numbers of people at these sorts of events. Were haredi jews. What are what are your insights and reactions a week. After upon reflection allen money you start us off guests gopher. Okay well. I guess my reaction first of all is i. Guess it's natural because as you mentioned the focus was in the world but if you look at the regular press you know it's kind of moved to back page news at this point i i guess until there's like an official official inquiry start giving their reports and things like that. It's going to move to the back. It's going to stay now underneath in the haredi. Press silly one. That i i follow it. Still the front page news. It's still going on the still the the week of Of morning still going on..

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Guantanamo Prisoners Now Getting COVID-19 Vaccine

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Guantanamo Prisoners Now Getting COVID-19 Vaccine

"All Americans sixteen and older are now eligible for coronavirus vaccines and so too are the prisoners at Guantanamo bay a senior defense official tells the AP all forty man held at the detention center in Cuba can start getting the vaccine as soon as today that comes months after plans to vaccinate them were put aside immediate outrage since many Americans at the time were not eligible for the shots there have not been any known covert nineteen cases among the fifteen hundred people who run the facility nor the prisoners awaiting clued nine eleven attack mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed the pandemic's halted work crime trials for him and for others for more than a year Sager mag ani Washington

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Bangladesh Celebrates 50 Years of Independence

Between The Lines

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Bangladesh Celebrates 50 Years of Independence

"This marks the fiftieth anniversary of the independence of bangladesh. The victory of bangladeshi forces over the occupying army of pakistan on twenty-sixth much nineteen seventy one. The independence of bangladesh was declared by the father of the nation. Bangabandhu sheikh mujibur him on now soon after independence henry kissinger he was us. President richard nixon's national security advisor kissinger called bangladesh. A basket case and the people of this south asian nation of about one hundred and sixty three million. Well i spent the better part of the next five decades refuting that label the look bangladesh. Today is booming achieved an average of five point. Five percent growth for more than a decade life expectancy also risen sharply from about forty five. Can you believe this. Forty five and nine hundred sixty to seventy two today and according to the un this month no longer should bangladesh be classified as a least developed country. It's

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Korkmaz, Milton come off bench, spark 76ers rout of Indiana

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Korkmaz, Milton come off bench, spark 76ers rout of Indiana

"At offense of operation the second and third quarters about the seventy Sixers Joel one thirty one fourteen win over the Pacers the Lafayette on ten three point baskets as they closed the first half of the twelve to run they give a seventy two fifty five liter A. twenty four for third quarter while pushing the thirty one points Sheikh building came off the bench to score twenty six points to all the B. than the twenty four Malcolm Brogdon had twenty for the Pacers Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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Sentences reduced for some men convicted in 1993 WTC bombing

Dennis Prager

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Sentences reduced for some men convicted in 1993 WTC bombing

"Ronnie marked the 20th anniversary of the first World Trade Center bombing that killed six people 28 years ago. Loved ones of the six bombing victims remembered their lives during virtual ceremonies. The 1993 parking garage explosion beneath the twin towers left massive destruction for the men implicated, still fight legal battles and have won some reductions to their compound. It sentences After one part of their convictions was dropped in response to recent U. S Supreme Court ruling, although each would have to live well into their nineties if they would ever go free. The mastermind Ramzi Yousef, is serving a life sentence after convictions in two trials. Yousef's uncle, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, still awaits a military tribunal on charges of masterminding the September 11 2001

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Pakistan orders man acquitted in Pearl murder off death row

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Pakistan orders man acquitted in Pearl murder off death row

"The stone cold who's older the critical of a man found guilty of participating in the murder of American Daniel pearl and he's being moved off death row Pakistan's Supreme Court who ruled the Pakistani British man acquitted of the two thousand and two gruesome beheading of American journalist Daniel pearl off death row the move to so called government safe house Ahmed Saeed Ahmad Sheikh who's been on death row for eighteen years we'll be on the god who will not be allowed to leave the safe house but he will be able to see his wife and children the Pakistan government has been scrambling to keep shake in jail since a Supreme Court order last Thursday upheld his acquittal into that the pro triggering outrage by the family and the American administration I'm Charles at the live this month

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United Arab Emirates says it will offer citizenship to some

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

United Arab Emirates says it will offer citizenship to some

"For the first time if they bring extra value to the Gulf. ST Sebastian Usher reports Buet is gleaming skyscrapers were not only built by foreigners but a largely staffed by them. The rise off the Gulf state is a financial and tourism center. Has depended on expatriots. They make up the majority of the resident population on more than 90% of the workforce. Now, some of those foreign residents will be permitted you a nationality, but only if they're deemed eligible aunt approved by the U. A cabinet. The categories include investors on the list of professional such as doctors, engineers, artists and authors. In a tweet announcing the move the ruler of Dubai Sheikh Muhammed bin Rashid on that tomb Said those nominated would be allowed to hold your nationality as with their families. Swedish nous has won a global competition.

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Milton sparks 76ers past undermanned Heat 125-108

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Milton sparks 76ers past undermanned Heat 125-108

"Sheikh building came off the bench to the seventy Sixers Joel one twenty five one away win over the heat moguls gold level points toward a fourteen one run they gave Philadelphia an eight point lead after the first quarter total score the final eight points of a twelve to run that pushed the Sixers lead to seventeen in the second quarter eight thirteen to run capped by a basket by Tobias Harris pushed the lead to twenty five in the third Milton finished with a season high thirty one points Harris added eighteen Duncan Robinson had twenty two for Miami Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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Court orders release of man charged in Daniel Pearl killing

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Court orders release of man charged in Daniel Pearl killing

"The provincial court impacts and has ordered the man charged in the two thousand and two murder of American journalist Daniel pearl street his lawyer says send high court's release order overturns a decision by Pakistan's top court that I had on my side shake the key suspect in processing should remain in custody check was acquitted of murdering pond earlier this year but has been held while pose family appealed the acquittal Sheikh's Florida my home with a shake with whom is not related calls for his client to be released immediately check was sentenced to death and three others were sentenced to life in prison for their role in the plot but in April the Sindh High Court acquitted him and three others on Syria shockingly

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Court orders release of man charged in Daniel Pearl killing

Hugh Hewitt

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Court orders release of man charged in Daniel Pearl killing

"Pakistani courts ordering the release of a British terrorist charged in the 2002 killing of American journalist Daniel Pearl. British man Omar Sheikh was sentenced to death for masterminding the plot. The prosecution case was bungled. In April, a court downgraded Omar shakes conviction to the lesser crime of kidnapping, meaning he would be freed in light of time already served in jail. Daniel Pearl's family on the Pakistani government have challenged the decision in a case that is ongoing. In the meantime, officials had used temporary detention orders to keep Omar Shaykh in prison. Separate court in Karachi today ruled those orders were

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A Spiritual Take on The Surrender Experiment

TMV Podcast

06:30 min | 6 months ago

A Spiritual Take on The Surrender Experiment

"Saddam and welcome to another team To you by the muslim vibe as always i'm your host and qassem And on this week's podcast. I'm joined by dr shake joa shamali. We've had a few times before. All the episodes is built have been really really fascinating. Listens and some of the most listen to episodes. Actually that we've ever done so on this week's podcast We're talking so we start by talking about. A book called surrender experiment which i was reading and we had a few of line conversations about and i said you know. Let's let's talk about on the podcast. And then we kind of went onto discuss islamic spirituality in the kind of mainstream rome and where it's letting us down as a community and why on the kind of white doesn't have the same mass appeal that these other books like this render experiment to have surrender experiment by the way is a really fascinating. Read highly recommended i had an audible. I was listening to audible. And i think it's a michael singer who's the author who actually read out as well but it's a fascinating journey. Really interesting concept definitely recommended on my side. Obviously we discussed on the podcast that orbit and yes. I've been told by the way by my team. By team. by the team. I rambled too much. Dina the podcast. I'm trying to keep it really brief and succinct one. Half minutes isn't bad. Here is my conversation with Dr jawara shomali saddam's saddam. Sally rank you very much for for joining us again on the podcast That appearance now. And i feel like we've covered quite of ground in the past But there's always more that we can talk about and we've always wanted to and i think for context how this kind of came about was the last time you were on. We were talking about Changing habits as a means to get closer to got into find god and we. We spoke about a variety of things. I think the where we started from was The power of now. No the power of now it was. How hormone the name of the book. The power of habits the power of habit. Yes charles doug it something like that. Remember his name That's where we started. Yeah and then. The conversation went on some winding routes incredible discussion wind blowing beautiful discussion. If you haven't heard the podcasts do check it out. i'll put the link in the description. But what i said to you after that. Actually i sent you a voice. No 'cause i started listening to a book that you mentioned on that podcast. I believe if not then someone mentioned it to me afterwards. cold I'm really blanking. Names of surrender experimental surrender experiment By michael a singer. And what i said to you was when i finished this book. It will be great to sit down and like any time i do. One of these read one of these self development personal growth books. Yeah it will be good to sit down with yourself. Because i think you've covered off why you've read one of them but you have seems have enough time and to kind of have a conversation and i guess i guess start with the concept and the notions within the book and then use that as a leapfrog into just where it goes. Yeah and ironically with this one. We'll talk about surrender at the beginning. But when i tried to sit down with you and discuss what we're going to talk about you just gave me nothing and said just surrender and we'll see where it goes So i think let's start with the book and the notion of render so so i guess for people that haven't come across it it's it's quite a fascinating book. I think in terms of. It's almost like an autobiography Like a very introspective autobiography of of micro housing Is is big on yoga and rich rotting through that means but he started out on the journey by kind of the appreciating the fact that his in a his thoughts that run through his head in the narrative in his head not necessarily him And that's just a part of him that he can detach froman and whatever else And then he started learning how to silence his mind. And then the journey took him to kind of surrendering to whatever life was put in front of him. Yeah and it led him down a a remarkable road. I mean as the book went on. I was like okay. This is getting a bit more and more farfetched. Yeah until you get to the. I don't want to ruin the his his story in his journey. Yeah but it's it's quite crazy. And i i was thinking throughout and i guess i'll start with this question. I was thinking throughout. You know whether. It's just a coincidence. That someone who has this kind of approach to life of surrendering went on to have a remarkable and an enormous crazy life in that sense. Or if that's actually part of surrender Very tuition despite of or because of yeah. Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah. It's a very fascinating book. And it's been received really well of course. This wasn't his first book. He had the untethered soul which is another amazing book and really recommend it to people who are going through anxiety or basically anyone who wants to have a better life but this one was very interesting he basically as you said mentions the story of his life and how this one simple practice of surrender basically changed the course of his life and i think the way he puts it in the book and we can discuss whether we agree or not is that it was actually because of surrender that everything happened to him. And what was your personal like. Take on like when you were listening. Could you relate to it or or coffee machine something to say. I think i love your coffee machine. Even last time we to participate and i really feel good like if people don't want to listen to me at least the coffee machine. Yeah yeah yeah. We'll wait for it to stop I think hopefully done So in terms of. I guess what when i'm reading these listening to these books. I'm i'm trying to see if i can resonate with the narrative

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UAE says Chinese vaccine 86% effective, offers few details

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

UAE says Chinese vaccine 86% effective, offers few details

"The United Arab Emirates says a Chinese coronavirus vaccine tested in the federation of Sheikh domes is eight to six percent effective in a statement that provided few details but marked the first public release of information on the fifty seat of the shot the announcement brought yet another shot into the worldwide race for a vaccine to and the pandemic a scientific effort as in China and Russia compete with western farms one effective inoculation while questions remain about this in a farm shop already at least one country outside China plans to roll it out in a mass vaccination campaign the United Arab Emirates home to Dubai and Abu Dhabi conducted a trial beginning in September of the vaccine by Chinese state owned pharmaceutical giant Sanofi farm involving thirty one thousand volunteers from hundred twenty five nations I'm sorry I shockingly

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Peacekeeping force says 8 killed in Egypt helicopter crash

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

Peacekeeping force says 8 killed in Egypt helicopter crash

"To a U. S. Led peace keeping force crashed today in Egypt's Sinai region. Seven people dead, including five Americans, the multinational force and observers put out a statement saying during a routine mission. This was in the vicinity of Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt, eight members of the force Were involved in a helicopter crash. And they say we're deeply saddened to report that seven M fo members were killed, including five U. S. Citizens, one French one check. One US members survived and was medically evacuated. The names are being held right now pending notification of next of kin of D T O P National security correspondent J. J Green. The multinational force and observers team has been deployed to the desert peninsula since the early eighties to monitor Egypt's 1979 peace deal with Israel. As the

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Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah, Kuwait’s Emir, Dies at 91

PBS NewsHour

00:15 sec | 9 months ago

Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah, Kuwait’s Emir, Dies at 91

"And the ruler of Kuwait Shake Saba Amar Al Sabah has died at 91. He had presided over the small oil rich countries since 2006. Hours after his death, his half brother, the Kuwaiti Crown prince was

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Britain turns over evidence to US in IS 'Beatles' case

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

Britain turns over evidence to US in IS 'Beatles' case

"Britain says it is turned over to US authorities evidence against two members over alleged terror cell known as the Beatles ending a drawn out legal battle to block the Hyundai the all the information the evidence against Shafiul shake Alexander Kotey was given to US prosecutors after the High Court of justice in London refused to allow el Sheikh's mother to appeal earlier rulings now home secretary Priti Patel says the evidence is finally being transferred to the U. S. Poteet an L. shaped all religions to beheaded twenty seven people including three U. S. and to which hostages while fighting for the so called Islamic state group in Syria they believed to be part of a full month sell the became known as the Beatles because all four spoke with British accents Charles hello this month London

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Britain turns over evidence to US in IS 'Beatles' case

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

Britain turns over evidence to US in IS 'Beatles' case

"Britain says it is turned over to US authorities evidence against two members over alleged terror cell known as the Beatles ending a drawn out legal battle to block the Hyundai the all the information the evidence against Shafiul shake Alexander Kotey was given to US prosecutors after the High Court of justice in London refused to allow el Sheikh's mother to appeal earlier rulings now home secretary Priti Patel says the evidence is finally being transferred to the U. S. Poteet an L. shaped all religions to beheaded twenty seven people including three U. S. and to which hostages while fighting for the so called Islamic state group in Syria they believed to be part of a full month sell the became known as the Beatles because all four spoke with British accents Charles hello this month London

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New York PD rules out criminality by Shake Shack after officers fall ill

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

New York PD rules out criminality by Shake Shack after officers fall ill

"Who the New York City police department has been investigating whether three New York City police officers drank milkshakes spiked with bleach WCBS TV Alice gainer at a shake shack in Manhattan three officers became sick after having shakes from the restaurant police say the officers remain hospitalized employees are being questioned Sheikh sample was taken to a lab for testing we're just in from the NYPD there was no criminality by shake shack

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Elevate Others

Hacking Your Leadership

04:05 min | 1 year ago

Elevate Others

"My name is Mary or race, and you're listening to the hacking. Your leadership podcast guests series by Bam The most impactful leader or mentor, my life has been Akbar Sheikh and the reason he has been the most impactful because when I started my entrepreneurial journey, he taught me that make more give more giving back to the world. What's most important so when he does succeed? And we're talking success financially. He takes a portion of that a percentage of everything he earns, and he gives back to the world whether it's giving eyesight to children or building wells in Africa in villages. Were these children have to walk miles order to drink fresh water? To me, that was the most impactful because it switched how I saw elevating others the movement on creating so it's getting everything that I'm doing I make sure I'm giving back and I'm giving back to the world. The first mistake I made as a leader. And it was the first of many was that. I used politics as a leader rather than being a true leader, so I saw myself as a manager I did not see myself as a leader. I think a true leader. Help. People grow rather than telling them what to do. So at a very early age, became a leader at twenty six years old, running into international trading desk and I did it I. The biggest mistake was that I did not put the power in the people who were working on my team. Rather I was using politics to use them against one another to see who could excel further and faster and bring more revenue into the table once. I realized that mistake. That's when I realized what a truly did was. The difference between a good leader and a great leader I. Think a good leader, a mediocre leader because good is mediocre A good leader is more of a manager. A manager is someone who tells people what to do. A leader is someone who is GONNA stand in front of everybody and take them on the journey and elevate them and put them on that path to success. Whatever success means to them that leaders be in the front of the pack. They are not going to be in the back telling. Telling people what to do, they are going to show their show. By example sharing the stories sharing the fail failures, a great leader should never be afraid to talk about their failures or the failures of the team as a whole, they should come together and look at it as a learning experience, and a truly understands that the people that are on their team. They are going to make mistakes. They are going to have failures, but a true leader. GonNa turn that into a learning experience and help them grow. How do I measure success? There are two types first off. If we look at it in in the business world or in the entrepreneurial world, it's people take ownership when people take ownership of their wins and take ownership of their failures and correct that to me that is that is everything that's where success truly lies. When people take responsibility for everything they're doing whether it's for an organization for themselves or for team. Now we can also look at it. I'm a father. I have three beautiful daughters. How do I measure their success? I measure their success by. Are they doing the things are truly passionate about. Are they acting in a way where they're spreading love to the world, and they're taking care of other people. They're being compassionate. They're practicing empathy if they're doing those things and they're and they're truly living their life with passion purpose. Then, I know I've done something right, and they are doing something right because they are no longer going to exist. They are truly going to live and live a fulfilled life.

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"sheikh" Discussed on WPUL Radio 1590

WPUL Radio 1590

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"sheikh" Discussed on WPUL Radio 1590

"Nope i don't think so me we have a play on the of time you're looking for title find out respect respect me if you give me one here lisa he's in that stink lucky again one guy kissed sheikh has me fellow said room was completely black i heard brag oh man oh man.

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"sheikh" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"sheikh" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"W around f hd two six four seven seven three three seven let's continue now with tom and delaware blue hens tom in delaware welcome to the bill cunningham show tom please go ahead how you doing cunningham i've taken some issue was some you repeatedly said that laura boarding is not torture and i think that's our you know i guess you might call it enhanced interrogation i believe i believe that it is what do you think american marines would torture recruits because because we know we know american marines waterboard their recruits yeah yeah i think it's not i think it's not in keeping with what christ taught the golden rule do unto others as what they would do as you would have them do what to you it's in no way keeping with that was so irrelevant number three persons water border who had vicious mass murderers it's no big deal to me i care about the two thousand american soldiers killed by the iranians in the past fifteen years in wars in iraq and afghanistan i kind of care about three thousand babies every day aborted so when we talk about twists and ourself into a pretzel about waterboarding three mass murderers fifteen years ago i don't care you are you've kept repeating that waterboarding is not torture not a big deal in your life whether khalid sheikh mohammed was waterboarded says something you think about i don't care no i'm not talking about khalid sheikh mohammed i'm talking about the fact that waterboarding is store joined the marines shouldn't do it to their recruit they do because it's not torture i disagree with that that's not a you know you're saying what marines do it so to have made that means just not torture but you've talked to somebody who's been aborted they'd probably tell you something different that's what i you know have you been waterboarding i wanna be waterboarded exactly that's why do you spend time worried about these things that are irrelevant.

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"sheikh" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"sheikh" Discussed on WLOB

"The chick who tortured khalid sheikh mohammed you wanna screw enough she's saying she's not going to do this again but do you trust her i think that's the kind of message we need and this is exactly the kind of person trump wants leading the cia somebody the rest of the world is scared to death of we got a water shortage you know we always talk about you know you i'm not i don't conserve anything unless we're in a drought or a water shortage so we had a water main break right down the street your music row in nashville and they said the water for this area is going to be out what the rest of the day so i have hoarded all the water so dan came in he said god is just so frustrating i went to the bathroom and i wanted to wash my hands and there's no water and i got one two three four five six cups of water sitting in here i got johnny b couple to and i said i'll sell you wanted to he said menu our cat laser aren't you i said no because i like you actually give you one they said no that's okay but i got you know you never can tell so i knew there was gonna be a run on water in the building and so i went and filled up several cups so that's how you get you play smart you know because i knew they told me there's no water well there was water in the water cooler there ain't no mo it's right cheer johnny needs some water there i got plenty plenty we got plenty of water near yeah we now now the go come in from all the rest of the building trying to take my water might have to break out my gun stay with my water brought my coffee cans so i'm a water hoarder that's what i am today this is capitalism at work folks i think i'm going to set up a water stan right down here the mayors of nashville this is a great learning experience instead of trying to be a lifestyle change or maybe you should start fixing things around the city.

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"sheikh" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"sheikh" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Sheikh on second planning keno thinking knickers dr start these niggers don't take person personally surprise you coming after the things need on accu we was still myth thank you tung is game on number did ill feet surpri now these don't person why me why check that's that's that you can't thank you pain why to catch meal linke to put keeping.

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"sheikh" Discussed on The Six-Figure Empire Podcast

The Six-Figure Empire Podcast

10:19 min | 3 years ago

"sheikh" Discussed on The Six-Figure Empire Podcast

"Welcome to the six-week drew fire podcast, her new insights from the world business entrepreneurship, and finding its in the digital age super charger roles. With Speaker Paul, the new Newark Noakhali Monroe. What's up at one? Thank you so much for joining me for another episode of the six figure empire podcast. Today with me Mr October Sheikh himself, The seven-figure persuasion, King Aqua How're you doing today? Bro? What's our bro were breathing? So it's a good day or you near in Sydney, I believe I'm based in Dallas, but I am in Sydney at the moment where getting good wire fries. I couldn't lotteries. So is this is this for an event that you're doing or conference were climate revisiting visiting? Tell us, tell us a little bit about what you have going on right now. The funny, It's funny or as their question I actually came out here. Uh, because my wife's families over here and she wanted to visit Dan. And uh, I had to come because she took my kids though. I had become wither alone without my kids in the league. Terrible. So when I got here, which is in the middle of December, rose again or Um, I I wrote my goals for two thousand eighteen like In the end of November ish or some for up and. One of them was to host my first over live event. So when I landed in Sydney And like, you know, want arms, throne of Van. So like I was thinking about it And as I was thinking about, I just took a picture like, of the house so stain. Ah. And are just like, Hey, guys get sore throat event is going to be awesome. Give people like he's going to be some figure blueprint on, you know. Uh, basically you gotta you gotta get in there. You're gonna get a blueprint on how to launch or scale you business to seventy USM beyond and in which each of the mindset funnels organic traffic branding. Everything's going to be seven-figure sum guy hedge. They thought about on the spot took a picture posted it. They on my adjust on my Facebook at inch like, got a bunch of people interested that all, you know, from around the world, then. In a boom shock, a lack of We just finished the event yesterday, man, It was. It was crazy to be ice. These weird men like once you give value to people is just it's just crazy like I don't know like it. I mean, imagine what people coming and I'm and it's what exact I'm not talking about like need like I'm kinda take myself out of the equation, And I'm looking at it Like like from a 30,000 sodium later minute people came from all over the place. As a matter of fact, people applied from all over the world. Chile believed, America utter even remember worlds. I gotta look it up. And people you'll people crying, they're people the, you know, they want to take photos with. Do they give you these awesome testimonies. They come with like your book and like the market a picture with you, and it's like They. When you talk to them, They're like fish to facial. Like expressions changed, the body language is like, you can see you get actually physically see a transformation when you talk to them. Like is my first event. It was wild man, just like when you give actual value that works. I mean, you can really just change the world, man, you can get you can make this world a better place saw. That's what we're trying to do, man, honestly, is that that and that's why did this whole valley, It wasn't about money out all metaph Fact You can even ask, flew my guy my right hand men Max a slimmed-down for America to help now with it, we rented all this camera equipment. All. Uh, we haven't even be never even did any numbers are spreadsheets, are It was We never even had a two-second conversation, right? Because it never was about commodity from the get go. It was it was all all was about the impact that we will try to make with this event. And you know what, I think a at what we've BigMat. Now, he's given me this on jokes who is a very positive. So. So basically, you know, you, you hats go in this trip, a family trip, And you decided Why not make this with my while? Any turned it in to the ultimate mastermind, some experience, and it worked out will for you. We need that is one way to summarize the reticence is truly amazing. Now I came across, I came across UAP are may be about a year ago, year and a half ago I below Wall as what I just started basically, look members there, Right, Right. And and I remember e one post in particular. I think this is when you when you're first to come a couple war Now for those that don't know, comma club is in the click funnels online marketing community. Russell Brunson has an award that he gives out to individuals than make two comments or in an axis over a million dollars through any sales funnel. And so to win this award, of course, you'd have to grows over one million dollars in in sales through a funnel, and you'd have to submit the documentation proving that to the cliff almost seem a community and awkward for the individuals who's been able to do so and added magnificent scale. He's taken over five funnels two seven figures. Consecutively. And you know he's really big on sale psychology. So to tell. I'm a little bit about, You know what you do and how exactly you do it in terms of being able to take so many funnels of his level with with the repetition that you've been able to. Robots, a pretty interesting question pretty heavy question. Um, you know, it's like it's like basically asking, you know, how does a car work? It's there's a lot that goes on to it in our enemy are not one can say, Well, you turn on the engine and in any push, push the gas pedal. Well, you know, there's a lot behind that. Listen, we boiled it down to seven ethical principles of persuasion that would mastered de shoot em saying. Ethical scarcity things such as the great kind of social proof. The right kind of copied the right kind of messaging narrative. The right kind of authority people a pretty bad uh, generally the follows a British Thank you do. And you know, I I'm saying that not like to be negative, but I'm just saying like it was a lot. There's a reason If you're not do well, we'll minders. It's good. There's good news. There's a reason that's happening. There's a formula equal reason. Uh, next not had that in, you know, all the more the likely is a relatively simple problem to fix. So I mean which the which the process I guess from start to finish behind a six-figure or even a seven-figure funnel how I would still which the blueprint rather than one can take starting today on building a blueprint for business in scaling It's seven figures in a reputable amount of time. You need. In order to have a seven-figure falling three things. Okay. The court, in my opinion, Number one, you need a rock solid mindset because the good news is that I feel this game is ninety percent men than the ninety percent mind set, right. Great new because frankly, pretty easy for anyone. Get a good mindset. G, two, two just so it's not genetically you can actually take waste an actual concept. You can actually totally require your brain forty days, And that's a scientific fact. Okay. Uh, you can have a positive mindset. Uh, within forty days of most people have a scarcity mindset, and the need to transfer to an abundant mindset, drink, Lincoln. I'm old hour-long conversation that, but in the summer, right, that really for me anyway, w- way my mind said as his, um. Tremendous gratitude constantly throughout the day which elevates which totally on a cellular level has changed mine The way I think, um, an understanding that everything happens for a reason. Asked, therefore you're not getting frustrated at what a coulda should a and you're you're not polluting your mind with that toxic re group correct. And frustration stress. And number three is understanding that you're no different than that person has hit was making some Vigor's. They just having given up and you and you do And you nor and you do. Uh, how many people do know who's been trying to make a final work, You know, for five years United and who's been insistently trying, uh, and doing three things a day, uh, to scale their business forward the right things, not just like reading endless bullocks or listen to endless podcast or taking in this was not doing anything about it. But like you tell me men, How many people do you know? I haven't made it that that that have not given up eight keep doing at least three things daily to move their visits. Not very many knows zero. I don't I don't I don't know. Anybody I go. I always asked people to come up to me and tell me I haven't had one Burzan. I mean, really? So it's it is that rate is phenomenal news. You know, I wanna I wanna be the bearer of good news in her. Anybody who is on his anybody can do this is just that you need those three things. One was the mindset to you need a phenomenal follows course that funnel. And how do you how do you define us now? A funnel really the age of the seven ethical principles of precision. And I've written a book about this, which on I'll give your audience for free by the way in cuts orders 47 all his luggage audience for free. Um, and number three is you need Traffic. You know you have an awesome funnel also months. It doesn't matter if you don't have any traffic. The interesting thing is like a you know like his essay, right? Like all care, Amana wants him to quick. I wants to be quick and high-quality cheap it up. That doesn't exist. You the Sega's You can you can have only two of those. You can us in the quake all Quicken affordable, but it's not going to be Quality Agusan equality I-in quick, but it's not gonna be cheap. Did what I'm saying. So saved it with these two things like you can't have a awesome fallen great mindset with no Traffic. It's not gonna work jumps, thinks he needs all three these things. And traffic is a whole different conversation. I special, like we've done a ton of revenue recently on over half of night In just organic odd traffic without paying Ron rats, kinda might favor. Former marketing is content based

"sheikh" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"sheikh" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Sheikh ceo and more she's also a podcast her in hosts irl for mazzola and sword and laser without further ado please enjoy the wisdom of veronica belmont how is a failure or apparent failure set you up for later success do you have a favorite failure of yours this one is kinda tough to talk about on my favorite failure i guess i was hosting the season's six premiere of game of thrones for hbo i it was great outwardly but of course i made the mistake of going online afterwards and reading the comments super bad idea i spent what should have been a a really magical evening sitting in my hotel room sobbing into the phone with my husband but without feeling like really came certain t i had been casually thinking about making a career switch for the previous six months or so but i was scared of trying to do something i've never done before professionally so sitting there in that hotel room i thought why am i spending my time doing something that consistently makes me miserable why not finally just take that chance so i did i i stopped taking any freelance gigs i wrapped up all of my my video contracts and i spent all of my time learning about product management and figuring out where i'd best fit in so overall i mean it was a horrible night but it was also the impetus for something completely new and wonderful and i i don't know if i would have been able to really make that leap if i hadn't had such a horrible experience uh that particular night i i i can almost see myself just having spent the next year waffling on that decision um so it was nice to have that finality.

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"sheikh" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency

Finding Your Frequency

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"sheikh" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency

"Quarterbacks and running backs grip is danson i find name is trina williams from lancok california and we were all dancing and were were just just excited and i decide in the middle of dancing with her that i would ask her for a phone number sheikh drina was the first one china was the only woman in college you gave me a real telephone number the next day we walk to basket and robins icecream parlor my friends couldn't believe it this has been forty years ago and my friends can't believe it we go on a second date and a third day and a fourth day mmm we drive from chico to lay so that she can be my parents my father meets sir my daddy my hero he meets her pulls me to the sides is issue psycho but anyway we got together for a year two years three years four years by now serena's a senior in college i'm still a freshman what i'm workers and things out i am so glad i graduated reports terms meets in ford carter reagan so now it's it's it's time to riposte i talk to her girlfriends it it's california it's in the '70s what it has to be outside at the can dole and they that have to have some chocolate illicit on from there who had at a bottle of hoon's far wind that's what i she said yes that was the key i married the most beautiful woman never seen him on you'll ever been to a wedding and even before the wedding starts you hear this.

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"sheikh" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sheikh" Discussed on Forever35

"Our very popular volume izing lip and sheikh tin and i also like that so what are the what are the products that you hear is actually here's when i go going with regenerating cleanser they'll kind of this like milky grainy face cleanser okay then after i use this resurfacing mask which is really nice is her in her but my favorite is this goddamn repaired of moisturizers cream i like it so much it smells delicious soft it's a night cream it's like kind of i think it's an everyday cream like at whatever creature you know you could you use it without the first two have you used it without a half i have and and i like okay now again i want to repeat it's a hundred and five dollars for bottle of it and so i just can't brazenness do it as is like the constant question i feel like you can have one or two expensive things in your repertoire horse thank i mean look that's just a personal philosophy that i don't always adhere to but i think that's like in my mind that's where i feel comfortable and look i'll tell you this in my shower i only have drugstore products is that like slim might mean i meant in my mind i'm lake nobler because i like keeping things the air when your shampoo conditioner yes okay i use og acts which is a free of south of sulphates never heard of that great all gsk they are the ones you probably seen their bottles they come in like brightly coloured and they have like moroccan oil do that i don't know whatever i don't use not gonna use ones for like thinning hair.

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"sheikh" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"sheikh" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Simply refused to participate i'm chris barnes and i'm rachel marie for usa radio news are you struggling with addiction nor alcohol problems if your depressed drinking and using drugs you may need help in the affordable care act guarantees coverage of substance abuse i knew i could get myself out of this i just needed some help in some help by took the first step to recovery when i made the call call the addiction hope and help line now for a free assessment with someone who care call eight hundred five four seven six five three three eight hundred five four seven six five three three i feel like i'm losing control afraid i'll lose my job or even my family call now for hope at help with proven gentle recovery programmes never thought that i could piece of that he didn't train can use droughts i'm in recovery getting the help i needed called the addiction helpline for free assessor with some one care call eight hundred five four seven six five three three eight hundred five four seven six five three three eight hundred five four seven six five three three you solemnly swear the evidence ethnic here's the truth nothing but the truth wilton crawling john freda khalid sheikh mohammed you're you're points he served exclusively on biz talk radio checkout podcasts abortions for leeson law is taught radiocom in your host of crying ties veto curlew truth he.

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"sheikh" Discussed on Sword and Scale

Sword and Scale

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"sheikh" Discussed on Sword and Scale

"Sheikh pan roasted pork with fall vegetables and creamy maple mustered chilly butter steaks with lemon parmesan broccoli and potatoes and baked to lappia with creamy kale and fra goalless sardeh pasta isn't that sound good look the holidays can be hectic enough without having to think about groceries let blue apron do the work for you giving you a selection of delicious meals and sending you all the fresh ingredients perfectly proportioned with convenient easy to follow recipe carts it's unbeatable blue apron offers twelve new recipes each week and you get to pick two three or four recipes based on what fits your lifestyle and your schedule you wanna go all vegetarian no problem not a big fan of seafood they got you covered and all these are non gmo ingredients and absolutely no added hormones in any of their meets you're going to love blue apron give it a go there's no better time blue apron his treating certain skill listeners to their first day egner a thirty dollar value if you visit blue aproncommonsters so check out this week's menu and get thirty dollars off with free shippingblueaproncommonsters blue apron a better way to cook austin's mother meena hera was concerned enough to call nine one one police department went you corny um yes i need to i don't know how to do this my son he's um kind of taken off and i'm concerned about his own safety i a little strange um nineteen with your yes.

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"sheikh" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:00 min | 4 years ago

"sheikh" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I was correct khalid sheikh mohammed the pakistani socalled mastermind of the september eleven attacks it's been tried in us court he's sitting in onetonne i'm always fifty three years old uh i don't wish him long life but i certainly don't wish him any change of status at any point he will not be peralte's an evil evil man also tried in us courts have been zachariah mosow muneer elmo to saudek ramsey been i'll sheib mustafa othman all hawass see ali abdel aziz alley and the effervescent while he'd been otto rush they all have been tried in us courts and uh look i i know that there's been a lot of thought that we should pursue the entire matter as a military matter rather than as a police matter where you bring a defendants to trial but either way for someone to believe that we've never followed up on september 11th and that there's a lot of evil out there there's there's all kinds of evil out there but to say that the united states hasn't devoted some of our finest american resources and energies and heroic individuals two fighting against islam or nazi terror is simply wrong one eight hundred nine five five seventeen 76 michael in phoenix you're on the michael medved show michael how are you and then there well or i god bless you uh i was my comment is about daca and i i see the what's going on right now with uh what president trump has done with it this is a win win win for everybody president trump gets to keep a campaign promise i'm ben congress gets to become heroes by legislating daca into law just the way it is president trump had no problems with dhaka the way it was except for the fact that it was illegally brought in by by obama all he wants to them to do it and i think i think and again that i think that would be the best case scenario i do think that steve bannon might be right however which is and i hate to say it but i think steve bannon's comment is well taken is that if there is a huge internal republican fight about daca it will be very bad for the party which is why those pro i've had people who do want to give dreamers some chance to legalise their status and to.

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"sheikh" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:54 min | 4 years ago

"sheikh" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"I was correct khalid sheikh mohammed the pakistani socalled mastermind of the september eleven attacks has been tried in us court he's sitting in onetonne i'm always fifty three years old i don't wish him long life but i certainly don't wish him any change of status at any point he will not be paroled he's an evil evil man also tried in us courts have been zachariah moussaoui muneer elmotassadeq ramsey been i'll sheib mustafa off med all hawass see ali abdel aziz ali end the effervescent while he'd been otto rush they all have been tried in us courts and look i i know that there's been a lot of thought that we should pursue the entire matter as a military matter rather than as a police matter where you bring a defendants to trial but either way a for someone to believe that we've never followed up on september eleven and that there's a lot of evil out there there's there's all kinds of evil out there but to say that the united states hasn't devoted some of our finest american resources and energies and heroic individuals two fighting against islam all nazi terror is simply wrong one eight hundred nine five five 1770s six michael in phoenix you're on the michael medved show michael how are you another well or i god bless you all i was my comment is about daca and i i see the what's going on right now with uh what president trump is done with it this is a win win win for everybody president trump gets to keep of campaign promise and then congress gift to become a hero by legislating daca into law just the way it is president trump had no problems with falco the way it was except for the fact that it was illegally brought in by by obama all he wants them to do it and i think i think and again that i think that would be the best case scenario i do think that steve bannon might be right however which is and i hate to say it but i think steve bannon's comment is well taken is that if there is a huge internal republican fight about daca it will be very bad for the party which is why those pro and.

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"sheikh" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:26 min | 4 years ago

"sheikh" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Has never ever been greater sixty five percent of its population is under the age of thirty like all young men and women they sheikh greatfutures to build great national projects to join and a place for their families to call home but this untapped potential this tremendous cause of optimism is held at bay by bloodshed and terror there can be no coexistence with this violence there can be no tolerating it no accepting it no excusing it and no ignoring it every time a terrorist murders an innocent person and falsely invoked the name of god it should be an insult to every person of fake terrorists do not worship god they worship death if we do not act against this organized terror then we know what will happen and what will be the end result terrorism's devastation of life we'll continue to spread peaceful societies will become engulfed by violence and the futures how many generations will be said lee squandered if we do not stand in uniform condemnation of this killing and not only will we be judged by our people not only will we be judged by history what we will be judged by god this is not a battle between different face different sex four different civilisations this is a battle between barbaric criminals who seek to deliberate human life and decent people all in the name of religion people that want to protect life and want to protect their religion this is a battle between good an evil when we see the scenes of destruction in the wake of tara wishing no signs that those murdered were jewish or christian here or soon when we look upon the strains of innocent bloodsoaked into the ancient ground we cannot say the fate or sacked try the victims we see only that they were children of god whose deaths are an insult to all that is holy but we can only overcome this evil if the forces of good are united and strong and if everyone in this room does their fair share and fulfills their part of the bird terrorism has spread all across the world but the path to peace begins right here on this ancient soil in this sacred land america is prepared to stand with you in pursuit of shared interests and common security.

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"sheikh" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

WRFR-LP Rockland

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"sheikh" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

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"sheikh" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"sheikh" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"If you're not in the room behind closed doors another team el sheikh never say you did some there were so i'd be just watch no it's not she st a close that when he's sitting with a woman the door could be open in his office he will not sit with a woman unless his wife is in that room that is at i've never really hurt that right i mean i must make i like your me with ankle i'm or colin might make that needing will difficult mr pants we have to not sorry i think she did travel with him when i'm super i haven't feeling she was sitting there and to me telling you what this says to me pence fell off the wagon each e didn't maybe was under the influence of alcohol and that's why does severe restriction notices severe restrictions i won't go to a location it serves out go home unless my wife is here as a competition how do you do that kind of difficult that means you white has to be with you a lot and secondly i won't ship with a woman in my office even with the door wide open from my staff just really to make sure there's no hinkie pinky i'm working vision is going on unless my wife is sitting what it what happens if he and it's easy i'll just his female when you're getting caught your colonoscopy what is host that worked out i we come back you know the latest the way this rules about how to be a good house gas in twenty seventeen well ron first saying you got have to learn it is put your shoes on their wide just what's do the topic okay you know what we shoes jogger i'm not necessarily right after news headlights with.

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