18 Burst results for "Sukuzi"

"sukuzi" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"Okay. Because he had he had said that he was gonna raise tariffs back on thirty first and the deadline was June tenth so on Saturday. They had all the fake negotiations. Then he he literally tweets I am pleased to inform you that the United States of America has reached a signed agreement with Mexico, the tariffs scheduled to be implemented by the US by you buy on Monday against Mexico are hereby indefinitely suspended fucking Bill Maher was like here by, like he thinks he's a kick by hitherto on. Right. And it was like loving that Bill Maher Mexico in turn has agreed to take strong measures to stem, the tide of migration through Mexico and to our southern border. This is being done to greatly reduce or eliminate illegal immigration coming from Mexico and into the United States. Details of the agreement will be released shortly by the State Department. Thank you. Exclamation point. God now. According to the New York Times the border concessions that Mexico made in order to avoid the tariffs were actually not because of Trump's lame threat. Apparently, Mexico already agreed to up their border security, and pledged to help the US back in March at secret talks in Miami. With Trump's former secretary of homeland security, Christian. Nielsen, I never knows it. Kirsten curse-rich. We don't give a fuck. There's a j in her name. It's like get on back on it all back to Sweden. Bishou seduced. Sukuzi and she had to go. I love Sweden. We love Sweden. Okay. So the centerpiece of this deal agreement that they fucking came to is basically an expansion of this program that makes people seeking asylum. Stay in Mexico, while their legal cases are moving forward to like, Greg Guerrino green on because we always say Guarino, because the Stephen covering on. So Greg arbu he's an immigration lawyer in Houston. So you know, as he's told us a million times, because demonstration skew. He did gay guys in their feelings. These, these cases, take forever. They can take years. Yeah..

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Avengers: Endgame Box Office Already Pacing for a Record Weekend

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Avengers: Endgame Box Office Already Pacing for a Record Weekend

"Multiplexes could be mobbed this weekend while Disney's avengers endgame opens today in theaters nationwide. Bloomberg entertainment reporter, new show Sukuzi says there is every reason to expect the film to surpass last year's avengers movie far outpaced I'd have the pre sales in which set a record for a domestic opening weekend on track to beat that. So he could set another new

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"sukuzi" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"I was setting all that up not to plug my podcast. But to say that what I was doing isn't that strange because it turns out a new study from the US bureau of labor statistics release the American time, you survey on how people spend the precious moments of their short lives in what do, you know, most people are lying to their friends about what they're doing. And why they can't hang out with them. Oh, that's what that's what having a friend is all about about somebody that accepts your lies your friends. No, you're lying to them three real friends. They accept those lies. So they've put together a top ten list of of reasons why people yell too or I'm sorry. Lied to their friends in what they're doing instead number ten people lie to their friends. So that they can play video games. Number nine have drinks. Number eight. Do chores seven listen to music six read five. This word starts getting legitimate spent time with children followed by spending time with the partner. Eating in a number to chill out nap. That's where I fall. That's why that's all my lies. Well, really it's a combo of number two number one chill out in nap number to watch movies and TV number one. How often are people trying to hang out with you? I'll tell you the last year has been kind of crazy because it's become a realisation from a lot of people to stop trying so not often anymore. But I mean, there was a period over the last few years where a lot of people were constantly trying to hang out and it's stressful. Well, I mean, you're just you're not you don't really strike me as hang out guy that used to be but not anymore times have changed. Yeah. That's the thing. When I you know, now guys sent you a picture of got my little little man, Dan at the house. I mean, there's really no reason for me to ever leave the house ever again to you have to hang out with somebody to continue a friendship that was the question that you pose that I was trying to find my brain. That's a great question. Because I I said it to those guys, you know, when we. Did that thing in here there some of my best friends, but just because you're one of my best friends doesn't mean that? I'm always going to hang out with you. But they do they feel like they need to see you over now to get just to just to make sure that you're still friends with that. I think there's a lot of little things that go into that. Because like, so let's just say every time they asked me, I said, Nope. I'm gonna be honest, and I said, Nope, smackdown tonight Kofi Kingston verse nakimora, just got some just picked up a little bit of Sukuzi and some Oji Cush leaving the house isn't anything that interests me tonight. God speed and have a good time. I don't usually do that. I just don't ever respond. So maybe the maybe maybe the truth is I have to be people in general need to be more honest that they just don't want to hang out. Just a picture of yourself on the couch on that leaving here. What did you think of my pitcher, my my layout? In looking good. You're making a lot of improvements. What's it gonna take to get you to come over? Sometime. I I was over there. What I was over there on Friday was her business. And if you don't know while we're plugging podcast on the bench was Kushner the final episode of the year Seth and I breakdown all things Tampa Bay Lightning as well. As Steve is big move to Detroit. Definitely check it out. It's on soundcloud. Big listens..

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"sukuzi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on KCRW

"Steered clear from naming names. He wanted his music to live on beyond specific people and events, but he did address the crisis of HIV and aids directly in his music. Ooh. What? This song in particular deals with issues of sexual violence and gender roles within the HIV and aids crisis in Zimbabwe and elsewhere in two thousand thirteen he said he just wanted to open the conversation since one full of questions with no solution at all. And all those questions. Can people talk about the disease and time? Wait for me. Throughout his career, Oliver Sukuzi released more than sixty albums and toured the world despite personal tragedy, his son and collaborator. Sam died in a car accident in two thousand ten Oliver jacuzzi saw music as a way to relieve grief and defuse tension. It wasn't about forgetting your problems. But giving a reason to dance in the face of that Angela Mbanga NPR news. This is NPR news. Today on press play. California's Senator Kamla Harris is running for president in two thousand twenty she's positioning herself as someone who has always fought for civil rights entire careers. There's focused on our system of Justice. It is one of the hallmarks of what gives us strength democracy. But does a record as the state's attorney general and San Francisco DA back that up I'm Madeline brand look at Harris as the progressive prosecutor today at one on press play on KCRW..

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"sukuzi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Around the rest of the world. His emotive songwriting crossed language barriers. Oliver Sukuzi began his career in the late nineteen seventies. You release more than sixty albums and was an international advocate for HIV and aids awareness in two thousand ten his son Sam who was also a touring musician died in a car accident into Cousy kept putting out records kept whoring. He told NPR in two thousand thirteen that he had only Wade through console myself to Cato doing what we love doing losses. You're a secretary of state Mike Pompeo says US diplomats and Venice Walea will not heat orders by President Nicolas Maduro to go home. Pompeo says he doubts that material has the authority to break diplomatic ties with the US. The expulsions were ordered after the US joined other nations in the western hemisphere in recognizing opposition leader, one Oiseaux as Venezuela's interim leader, this is NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Ford Foundation working with visionaries on the front lines of social change worldwide to address inequality in all its forms. Learn more at Ford Foundation dot ORG and the corporation for public broadcasting. This is Haiti untold I'm Colleen Deserie, and I'm Conrad FOX. They won the war against slavery and in doing. So they changed the history of the world. So that right there. Carleen that huge moment in history that.

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"sukuzi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Been at the left point traps down holds it in media man is turns it over to shorthanded at center into the lightning. Ed had been knocked it off his stick canes are bringing almost a kamikaze penalty kill approach, which is fine. But the way the lightning can pass the puck. They can move it around. They'll break that aggressive killed down someone's going to get a wide open, look, but they're not moving fast enough now to break it down to this point slave dumps it down the ice fast. Leschi chips the puck for headman in the near corner. It's almost like you're gonna roll the dice. If you're going to do that as a penalty kill team and hope that you get to pucks and force the other team into mistakes. Yeah. Travis checked at center ice. By McGinn had been falls up for braided point point across the blue line Sukuzi. Within a pass. It comes to point by that loses. Slate embedded rolled off his stick and plot as it back circle, right circle. Kucherov a whole lot off his stick. It's gotta summed up. What's got on for the lightning for much of this game? Martin dumps it down the ice headman the middle Tyler Johnson process. Stamkos setting up on the power play cross as feed ricochets to Yanni Gord right circle right circle. It sorelle. Again, canes are autumn. Someone's gotta be open behind the net. He looks for stamp goes. He's checked by peci. Stamkos back to serenity right corner. Right point. Mcdonagh LaPointe Johnson of circle stamp goes lighting in the power play down one point. Mcdonagh. Stamkos hold shoots saving Razek Torelli. By that loses Faulk up the far side helping mcdonagh right point Ross as feed is knocked out of there by mantle Lennon by Sacramento, Leonard. It's back in the late again. Are they watching the points or what one seconds left in the penalty? Final rush. Perhaps mcdonagh. To the center, I circle dishes for Yanni. Gord. Gordon walking across the blood, right point, Sarah Lee under pressure from Brock McGinn Torelli stays with it. Lease it for Yanni gore. The penalty just about up gorgeous checked by Faulk behind the net. And fog dumps it down the ice trying to Fogel out of the box RAV and knocks it away. Directed at back in and they call off side of the lightning. Nobody touched. Nicole? And this guy this guy what's his name mills? He's calling oughta it's intentional and Johnston didn't even touch it. He didn't make a motion to leave the zone, but the lion talking huts the puck, but he didn't touch the puck and straw, man. Was in the neutral zone. It's not like he played it from his own day corrected this, and they're gonna bring it down outside the Carolina blue life mills just blew that.

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"sukuzi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on KOMO

"Democrat Elaine Loria for congress, Elaine is a former navy commander bomb small business owner governor north of and I are both supporting Elaine Loria because she's the partner we need in congress to help create jobs, improve our schools and protect our civil rights vote for democrat and Elaine Loria for congress. I'm Elaine Laurie and I approve this message. Mistake alive in the college football playoff picture hosting Cal team that upset Washington last week. And not quite the scoring. We were used to in this one. Here's all the second half. Started Davis crazy was thirteen his crazy play on this. One cow taste garbage picks off the as Willie Taylor what thirty seven yards, but coughs it up right before it skips out of the end zone for the touchback Sukuzi miss out on that chance cow with a huge turnover in the fourth rain coming down. They were knocking on the door for touchdown. But that was overthrown scholar. Thomas with the big interception. Cal trying to keep the league passing Gardner mid. She's a league leader on the sidelines. Not so fast, thirty two seconds to go. How about that game winning touchdown right there? He saw Winston for the go-ahead school hoops with in nineteen thirteen and they had now eight and one for the first time since two thousand to Washington is Stanford were not out of the top twenty five. Rankings this week following losses. But both still in the Pac twelve race for the north U dub Jake Browning the QB coming in today's game with a little something to prove after being bench last.

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"sukuzi" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Nolansville comes in and beats them forty two to seven and Maplewood wins big over to cab fifty six to seven at home. In three Springfield, not too far away from us forty seven to twelve over Chester county. They're the number one seed in region five. Brian watch the same thing. I think Southwind gets the extra point they defeat Clarksville in overtime twenty eight to twenty seven. Lot of overtime games tonight. And there have been. Talked about Dyersburg earlier being you know, some- somewhere that. That coach likes to talk about quite a bit Dyersburg wins tonight. Big over Memphis, sixty three to nothing. And class three a. We have in quad to red Bank forty nine forty five forty nine fourteen win over Smith county Sukuzi county. Thirty four fourteen over Brainard. So, you know, mountain York institute, the dragons come in and beat signal mountain home thirty five to twenty one and Opperman takes care of loud and forty four fourteen in three Pearl Cohn gets win forty-seven seven over Cheetham county Stratford goes to Camden does the west Tennessee in defeats Cam to twenty nine twenty two. East Nashville gets a big win over sycamore forty two ten and Fairview takes care of whites creek thirty five to six. In class two way. Some games that might be of interest to some quad too. Tyner takes care of east Robertson thirty five to thirteen trouser. Kenny gets big win over Marion county at home forty one. Eight Westmoreland goes into Polk County and wins fourteen seven and Watertown. Once again, the other another team likes put up a lot of points ten and no number one seat out of region for I guess the big win over Bledsoe county. Fifty seven fifteen. Let's go back to the Gilly crane hotline. Gilly crane Gilly crane dot com. Offers crane rental construction, rigging special crane, rigging machinery and equipment moving in a whole lot. More Gilly crane. We're talking to kit. Hartsfield the head coach for the Blackman blaze. They gotta win tonight over Lebanon. Eleven and team that kind of kind of hill. Jin check there at the very beginning. Kind of a slow start. You know, I guess give credit to Lebanon, but you guys were able to pour it on once you once you got the ball rolling Lebanon wasn't able to stop you were they coach. Yeah. I'd say that accurate. We ended up kind of getting a big score late in the half to go up twenty four to seven. Broke her back a little bit. I would say two mikes. Napier started out. Well, got the run game going. You had thirty carries for about two hundred seventy yards and. You got rolling. We kind of kept feeding him in opened up past game for the person deep passers to held her knocks. Wow. Two hundred seventy yards is something like that. It was over to fifty. I couldn't run against air and get that much in the night. Talk about to talk about the defense. You really I in spite of the fact that Lebanon stayed with you their offense never could get anything going could they? No defense came out on fire. We're kind of in in our groove on defense. I think mail them to under one hundred yards of offense. And but they didn't score on the defense. We threw an interception for a touchdown. The receiver Mississippi. Hit their stride. But we kind of control the line of scrimmage all night. Long held a good good back to help him in check and was able to put pressure on the quarterback and get them in long artists downs. And. Just kind of made it difficult for them all night long, forty four to seven win Blackman defeats Lebanon tonight to Michael Napier gets two hundred seventy yards and thirty carries a big win for the blaze. The the the the deal. Now is unlike last year where all the region three teams one we actually had a couple of region four teams get win. So you won't be back in region. Play next week. You will have to travel to take on an undefeated 'bout Juliet team. Yeah. It'll be a tough challenge. You know, there are eleven and no. That's a great season. They're great team. They handle one of the teams in our district tonight. On the road and a great environment. Should be should be a fun. When to be at a tough game for us with the with it being a a win over over a region fo will that will that get your kids attention when they start looking at film, and and and and getting ready for mount Juliet. Yeah. I mean, you know, the score their game definitely will can open their eyes and immediately gainers more respect for them. Even even their eleven to know. So that that's enough in itself. And you know, when you turn on the video, that's really what tells it all and. You know, they're great team on video too. So our kids study that and that that'll that respect for them with F be immediately earned just by the production that that their team has had this year. You you guys.

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"sukuzi" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"I'll come days empowers, right? What is ten thousand? What is one thousand transactions? It's almost nothing. You mentioned the supercomputer in China that handles the eleven eleven every year. The tau black say the Chinese black Friday in his doing you said it's called galaxy. Now that was Alibaba's computer. Okay. The galaxy was benchmark data, the fastest computer on earth. I think this year someone in the US overtake not benchmark, but I forgot which can was that. So the Alabama computer can handle traffic of billions of purchases and transactions within an hour of eleven, eleven black Friday opening eleven eleven. The reason why I mentioned that because you live eleven and peaked at about three hundred thousand transactions per second. That's the. The largest on earth for business sales, and also there's another one. They're train ticket selling Russo hosted by Alibaba, Emburey that or so proofs, no one, but Alibaba, right now could handle that workload. I bring up three hundred thousand transactions per second because of the blood ching. The blockchain will never be able to do that. Is that correctional way, there's no way so you can't have trust in speed. So what is bunching good for it's good enough for trust. Is that what you're saying? It's fast enough for trust, kind of like our CPU in our keyboard. That's able to log eighty characters a second. Like you're going to be typing the fastest you'll ever type. Blockchain does not need to handle three hundred thousand transactions per second, correct. So at least what I believe. So what would bug chain be good for? Actually we're trying to build a trust without a centralized intermediary. That's rare rare important, a great invention by Sukuzi Nakamoto. But on the other. A hand that's blockchain provides can beautician services to the consumers. We idea to say, no, that does really interesting point. When we were speaking the other day, you compared blockchain to more like the fingerprint reader on your iphone, then a computer. It is not a computer, it's more like of validates or of information. Correct. Because the we have just talking about the keyboard, right? The fingerprint reader is yet another specialized wiseass. I'm a commuter or on a phone, which he tardily has a CPU has memory. It has even offering system the fingerprint reader on Android phone runs a operating system called later Colonel, and not too many people know about it because the reason why imagining this is not of people even the blockchain world. Bragged about the landed a operating system for the blockchain, so we can compare there's little kernel running in the Englishman raider could. We use the little Colonel compared to the operating system running on the right the fingerprint reader internally. The mechanism actually is a computer and running some specialized, the programs, even multi processing community. It's a very, like a general purpose computing suspect lies, but then still to consumers, that fingerprint reader that's not provides the computerization service. However, it provides the trust service to the smartphones,.

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"sukuzi" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"What's the primary goal you think Nassar should have going forward and blaze NASA should go back to the moon and then on to Mars? I, I believe that it's very important. You know, to me the moon is like boundary and the Mississippi River been across there few times, but really think about the development that took place out west, think about Lewis and Clark going out to Pacific think about the business of exploration and those things that we learned and developed and discovered at there. But most importantly, I think it is a human thing exploration is a process that must be an every person's mind. It has to be part of their personality has to be the kind of thing that makes them wanna get up and go to work each day and discover. So back to the moon onto Mars and beyond. That's right. Go for launch. Okay. There's only one gene Kranz effing love. Do you want that to be the voice in Houston, you're in the universe somewhere. I want that to be the voice of everything. That would be okay, you will be fine. I'll tell you what you're gonna be. Absolutely terrific. Neil. I like coffee. I like my coffee as black space, but I use the stars and stripes as the sugar in my coffee. Morning coffee and it stars. It's. That is awesome. Dude, he's, he's really the guy you want looking out after your ass. I mean, when you're when you're up there in space, you wanna know that you're the man in charge is going to make sure you're okay, and it's going to is going to consider it God. In that case, the man. Really mean is a flight director director is is a person who oversees the team that is looking out for you and you. And that's what I always felt. You have a certain certain connection with you launch flight director. In his case, I think Jeanne was once flight director for and along the Mike linebacker guy that wants us to KFC or launch flight director. My second mission norm night and Tony Sukuzi was are the guy during the orbit, and there was those day they hit our guy. We had an orbit guy over guy for Powell eleven as well, right? Yeah, but, but they all followed, I think, in gene steps and and that was in that was what you wanted. You wanted someone who is the right stuff. Make sure you're coming back. The right stuff wasn't only the folks who flew on the ground. Yes, take it just as personal when something happens as as anyone else involved, they're, they're their job is bringing back more than anything. You want to know what I say comes from failures. You didn't? I didn't. I thought it was like a movie quote that well. It's quoting him title of his book. I think. This book go get him. Audiobook, holy, took his eyes popping. Duty. He's like seventy six, right? Phil, we he's even at seventy six. You're talking to this guy. He says a twenty two year old kid, right with excitement, right, right. Loved that. So Mike, do they level with you? Your risk of not coming back was because they made a point of this in first man that these risks are real and we saw others die. Apollo one, three astronauts died on earth. Their test pilots who've died. So this is a spectre over your choice, even dissipate. Yeah, I think they tried to be as accurate as they could not out it. Yeah, and I remember it more because I was I flew on Columbia as as mission right before we lost Columbia. And then I flew again after on Atlantis both shuttle flights, and I don't remember what it wasn't as much taught beforehand. I guess it wasn't maybe as much on our mind as it was after the accident. We lived through that after the Columbia Columbia expert. The number I remember being told about one seventy five chance and weren't saying, we want you to know this number. It was more like this is our new calculated probabilities. I was fifty. Well, I think there was one out of seventy five and that was total destruction. That's that's loss of crew in vehicle that's everyone's dead and the vehicle can't be used. Again, there are other odds that may be of of they folded the odds of using vehicle with the odds of you coming back alive. Pretty good, it's, but it's it's. But it's, I mean, I hate to put it that way..

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"sukuzi" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Seven nine one zero two five. I'm so looking forward to this game tonight. Yes. Very much. So I I don't know as as a bucks fan. This feels like the most exciting game in the last ten years. I haven't been I haven't been a bucks fan for a long time. Or how Jackie guys were when the when the pats came to town last Thursday night game. And that was the biggest game that we had in ten years. And now this is the biggest game. And then if the bucks win their next home game will be the biggest game they've had in ten years team that always loses. It doesn't take much to be the biggest game Monday night. Football is a big deal big deal when the Steelers come to town because they have worn probably top three or four fan bases and all football. So they're gonna make the Carolina Atlanta's coming to town. I mean, this is the Pittsburgh Steelers. So it's gonna be fun for people that are at the game. I mean, the whole country's watching cooter Zeh Steelers by right? Yes. It is. Are you promoting them? Are you trying to get into your antics have any antics saying there's going to be a lot of a lot of Steelers fans in the first day Sukuzi tonight. Well, they go there all the time. They know it's this isn't breaking news at the Steelers BART's busy every every week for the Steelers. And they know that's where to go. Get a buccaneer. Like a buck in your fans still get kudos tonight. Or as Kutuzov limits for for buccaneers. Get in you just have to be willing to pay like anywhere else. And they'll let you in there, probably not a friendly environment. Though. You might wanna bring a buddy like the two of you. If you're bucks fans, the two of you go into kudos at the same time because kudos is already going to be full of Steelers fan. I was gonna say you probably don't want to get there because I'm sure cooter is gonna be getting pounded tonight for sure by Steelers fans, and they don't know how to do it either. Like, they're all sloppy about it, very, well, they go there all the time. So there they know what Cude is all about. So there's not going to be trashing or thrashing, they they're going to be very respectful. Well, you know, it's a big Monday night game. So probably some Steelers faith that don't usually go out to watch the game will probably go out to the probably going to be getting some new action. Yeah. They make the playoffs a lot. They have a lot of a lot of big games. So this isn't this isn't new for their fan base. Well, you know, they've been struggling though. So a lot of people probably wanna come out and show support by getting kudos tonight. Seventy seven five seven nine one zero two five and eight hundred seven seven one one or two five how an argument over Bruno Mars led to gun play. I mean, this is people are arguing about the dumbest thing these days and coming up next just because to.

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"sukuzi" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Comcast landed at thirty nine billion dollar knockout blow to walk away with sky Remy Inocencio reports from New York. That knockout bid from Comcast was ten percent higher than FOX's offer. Fox's was fifteen pounds fifty seven Pence. Comcast was seventeen pounds twenty eight and this bid is being seen as an effort by Comcast to end the war once and for all for CEO Brian Roberts. This win may be particularly satisfying. It comes after a string of setbacks, including his own attempt to buy most of FOX. But he was of course, outbid by Disney after clinching the deal. He said this is a great day for Comcast sky is a wonderful company with a great platform tremendous brand and accomplished management team and Roberts is on the cusp of laying claim to a TV and digital empire that has a footprint across half the globe from the western US in California to western Europe in Germany now, this would double the cable giants number of TV subscribers sky has twenty three million customers across Europe. And that means Comcast would have about fifty. Eighty two million people in total the deal would also help. Comcast hedge its bets better to compete with Netflix in the digital space. This is an expensive Beto and investors have been skeptical so far Comcast shares a fallen more than five percent year to date while sky. Investors are probably really happy shares. There have rallied fifty seven percent since the start of this year now to seal the sky deal. Brian Roberts will be looking to buy sky shares on the market he needs to get more than fifty percent by the deadline of October. And he's already got independent directors at sky recommending the company except Comcast's offer. Also, there aren't any regulatory hurdles to handle all of those were cleared back in June. Ramy Inocencio news, New York. Thirty nine billion dollars. Some people would say that is pain up and looking large or is it a perilous response to net flicks. That's what our report is Jerry Smith and a new shot Sukuzi say this morning. It is a parallel response to net. Flicks. It just got a whole lot bigger Brian Roberts. I mean, this is a by CEO's doing D's and winning battles. The question is, of course, five hundred million dollars is synergies is what is what he's got to deliver. But I think when it comes to the numbers fifty two million customers in the US as well as Europe, the UK, Italy Germany, and of course, yes. If I know you love a better football the Premier League. Absolutely. But you know, that that's exactly it. I mean, do you own must see programming or you own the pipes that delivered to the homes and the answer from from Brian Roberts is that you do both. And you mentioned the doubling of customers, and ultimately we'll have to see how this plays out that the wider media space in terms of competition and future growth prospects. Let's get a bit of a snapshot. What's coming up? We're just getting.

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"sukuzi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"First Century Fox for Europe's largest satellite broadcasts and Comcast landed at thirty nine billion dollar knockout blow to walk away with sky rain Inocencio reports from New York. That knockout bid from Comcast was ten percent higher than FOX's offer. Fox's was fifteen pounds fifty seven Pence. Comcast was seventeen pounds twenty eight and this bid is being seen as an effort by Comcast to end the war once and for all for CEO Brian Roberts. This wind may be particularly satisfying. It comes after a string of setbacks, including his own attempt to buy most of FOX. But he was of course, outbid by Disney after clinching the deal. He said this is a great day for Comcast sky is a wonderful company with a great platform tremendous brand and accomplished management team and Roberts is on the cusp of laying claim to a TV and digital empire that has a footprint across half the globe from the western U S I, California to western Europe in Germany now. This would double the cable giants number of TV subscribers sky has twenty three million customers across Europe. And that means Comcast would have about fifty. Eighty two million people in total the deal would also help. Comcast hedge its bets better to compete with Netflix in the digital space. This is an expensive Bethel and investors have been skeptical so far Comcast shares a fall in more than five percent year to date while sky. Investors are probably really happy shares. There have rallied fifty seven percents into started this year now to seal the sky deal. Brian Roberts will be looking to buy sky shares on the market he needs to get more than fifty percent by the deadline of October. And he's already got independent directors at sky recommending the company except Comcast's offer. Also, there aren't any regulatory hurdles to handle all of those were cleared back in June Ramian Asensio over news, New York. Thirty nine billion dollars. Some people would say that is pain up and looking large or is it a perilous response to net flicks. That's what our report is Jerry Smith and a new shot Sukuzi say this morning. It is a perilous response to net flicks. It just got a whole lot bigger Brian Roberts. I mean, this is a by CEO's doing deals and winning battles. The question is, of course, five hundred million dollars of synergies is what is what he's got to deliver. But I think when it comes to the numbers fifty two million customers in the US as well as Europe, the UK, Italy Germany, and of course, yes. If I know you love a better football Premier League. Absolutely. But you know, that that's exactly it. I mean, do you own must see programming or do you own the pipes that deliver it to the homes and the answer from from Brian Roberts is that you do both. And you mentioned the doubling of customers alternately we'll have to see how this plays out the wider media space in terms of competition and future growth prospects. Let's a bit of a snapshot what's coming up. We're just.

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"sukuzi" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Largest satellite broadcasts and Comcast landed at thirty nine billion dollar knockout blow to walk away with sky rainy Inocencio reports from New York. That knockout bid from Comcast was ten percent higher than FOX's offer. Fox's was fifteen pounds fifty seven Pence. Comcast was seventeen pounds twenty eight and this bid is being seen as an effort by Comcast to end the war once and for all for CEO Brian Roberts. This wind may be particularly satisfying. It comes after a string of setbacks, including his own attempt to buy most FOX. But he was of course, outbid by Disney after clinching the deal. He said this is a great day for Comcast sky is a wonderful company with a great platform. Tremendous brand and -ccomplish management team Roberts is on the cusp of laying claim to a TV and digital empire that has a footprint across half the globe from the western U S I in California to western Europe in Germany now. This would double the cable giants number of TV subscribers sky has twenty three million customers across Europe. And that means Comcast would have about fifty. Eighty two million people in the deal would also help. Comcast hedge its bets better to compete with Netflix in the digital space. This is an expensive Bethel and investors have been skeptical so far Comcast shares a fall in more than five percent year date, while sky investors are probably really happy shares. There have rallied fifty seven percents into started this year now to seal the sky deal. Brian Roberts will be looking to buy sky shares on the market he needs to get more than fifty percent by the deadline of October eleventh, and he's already got independent directors at sky recommending the company except Comcast's offer. Also, there aren't any regulatory hurdles to handle all of those were cleared back in June Ramian Asensio, but we're news New York. Thirty nine billion dollars. Some people would say that is pain up and looking large or is it a perilous response to net flicks. That's what our reporters Jerry Smith and a new shot Sukuzi say this morning. It is a perilous response to net flicks. It just got a whole lot bigger Brian Roberts. I mean, this is a by CEO's doing deals and winning battles. The question is, of course, five hundred million dollars synergies is what is what he's got to deliver. But I think when it comes to the numbers fifty two million customers in the US as well as Europe, the UK, Italy Germany, and of course, yes. If I know you love a better football league. Absolutely. But you know, that that's exactly it. I mean, do you own must see programming or the own the pipes that deliver it to the homes and the answer from from Brian Roberts is that you do both. And you mentioned the doubling of customers Timothy we'll have to see how this plays out in the wider media space in terms of competition and future growth prospects. Let's get you a bit of a snapshot what's coming.

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"sukuzi" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"In California -cation or all of these where I don't think less of them even if it's a hard core like there because that's what the scene needed went for to me personally, that was like bad ass. I think it's. Again, I don't like when they won't go as far as they need to go. And then look, you know, get an actor. You look at this show like she was the hacker on the show. She was the leader of the show, like, you know, sex sells fucking Matthew FOX was shirtless every goddamn right day in that thing like so is the other guy, Josh Holloway, like, right, we bitch, you wanna take my fucking shirt, show my ass again. Great. Let's do it. Who cares. Weird. That's what I think. Another thing that I look, I want to mitt to that I thought was weird, but now I don't anymore. Your take on this like so again, I don't mean to go back to Brennan's Shaab, but like he was talking about fashion on our show and how he's super fashion and all that stuff and why he loved that gig e which surprised to hear. He not only loves it, but he loves fashion, special general that made me understand why he did that gig. I thought it was off brand, but it turns out it wasn't what he loves, which is awesome. That's fine. He's a big sneaker, head guy who just loves fucking sneakers more than life itself. I always thought that was kind of ridiculous. Like it's ridiculous culture of like, why are people spending this money for getting that into shoes. Yeah, yeah. But for sneakers. I went through this week. I had a mild obsession. I've been writing the scripts. This new scripts for. The janitor for the new movie and late at night. Whenever you search something nowadays, obviously they fuck in track you online, and then it'll show up in the corner of every fucking page you do. So the end of time now. So you actually buy that item? Exactly. It was a pair of Nike air maxes that I saw that were just dope is buck and I'm like, man, I want those shoes sold out everywhere. Couldn't get them anywhere. They're now going for like two hundred fifty dollars. There was a moment where I genuinely debated of like I really want these fucking shoes. Do I want these shoes because they're sold out or do I want them because they're cool, like I don't know, and now that's merged in my mind where I'm like, fuck, but they're on the page that's up right now and like, damn, I really want these fucking shoes. I'm kind of starting to understand now room just like girls go through the same thing, right? Yeah, but and so I guess it's kind of newer for guys to be obsessed in the same way or take make shoes as big a part of their wardrobe as girls always have where it's like, it makes the whole thing. And so that's just Brendan's like the epitome of are you metro or you're not totally fine with it til we come with, but definitely like, you know, I care about my hair musket Miklos my shoes in a way that's like a lot. Sure. But yeah, I mean, I think you should kind of give diction. I scrolled through there was a net flicks doc called sneer as I'm gonna have to it now and just see the whole thing whole world. They get really crazy though. In ugly. Yeah, looking. I don't like when your shoes show up and look like a fucking. You know, Jackson Pollock painting with that. Exactly. I don't. I don't really fuck about that. I don't. I'm also not loyal to a brand where it's just like, all right, like I enjoy Nike, new balance, Adidas, Sukuzi, whatever, like, yeah, I is long as cooler. Shit. Oh, where. Not like down to one, but yeah, this these apple, these Airmax shoes I wanted. I was just like, what the fuck. They're in a specific color. They had all the other colors except for this one. It was called like a wolf grey. Cat dammit. I want that can't get it. I couldn't get it anywhere..

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"sukuzi" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Archer come set and the pitch here's a fly ball right center field wins going to bring this thing back a little bit and racing under it as kion brockton on the warning track and he will make the grab on another night that one is out of here but valera it's one right into the teeth of the wind blowing in from right field and braxton catches up to it on the warning track and rights center i signed for many of these dodgers players in colorado springs and i was here early enough to see them surveying the field perhaps trying to figure out how the ball is going to play tonight with the wind blowing in early taste that it might be pitcher friendly alex verduga lefthanded batter takes a strike vertigo wearing red batting gloves has his red running glove in his back pocket in a red xinguar to go with his royal blue trim so nice look pitches a strike and its own too the next delivery swimming at a mascot him on a slider verdoux go fans two up two down for the right hander tristan archer the low three quarter arm slot right hander relies on a fastball slider for the most part and we'll face jacob sukuzi let me try this real slow scott fuso scoville on a traveled as the leftfielder right handed batter is up there the pitches in there for a strike schiavo sc a vu zeo at of orange california just stuff from aa tolls up we're in twenty two games he was hitting two fifty and he swings misses full badly on a slight of the actually appeal and he is wrong up i i based on pyre nick marley and the county zone to you get a.

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"sukuzi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Hopefully a good solid season we'll get into the drafts a little bit brian panish of course panish perspective bottom of the hour bryan starting a trial i believe today in bakersfield sports x michelle here as well a key contributor as far as spanish perspective every tuesday night robbery she'll join me at the top of hour number two we'll get into a lot of different things including the vegas golden knights and who will talk with bob sukuzi the racing sports director for the boyd gaming properties and just a little bit not just on the gaming side of things bob screechy very good friend of david molinski and of course talked about david who passed away this past week and a guy that boy the emails and just the different things just continue to pour in as people just kind of blindsided by david milwaukee ski lives in his life it just a young age of fifty seven years old and somebody that really touched a lot of lives and you start seeing more and more people get word of what happened the way in there and get their opinions in there and i never knew much about bristlecone pine trees until you know this whole thing with david news i was an avid hiker and really enjoyed himself as far as mount charleston so we'll get in a little bit kenya let me know when he's up on the air and and will roll from there let's go to the richard badgen finley toyota outoftown scoreboard at the top because we're going to roll straight through and it's going to be show that's going to kind of take off but i will keep you abreast of everything going on playoff of course no hockey tonight game seven tomorrow boston at home against toronto that series tied at three three and the winter tomorrow will advance and get to the semifinals against tampa bay pittsburgh in washington we know that's the other eastern conference final and then of course san jose the vegas golden knights they will start up on thursday as we'll winnipeg jets going down to tennessee to take on.

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"sukuzi" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"sukuzi" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"See because this is pretty much how it has been by the way people emailing me about that pennsylvania's special election too close to call so it is a very big house election democrat connor lamb republican rick sukuzi are locked in a pretty tight battle we're talking maybe six hundred votes now and you still have absentee ballots i guess that have to be counted so it's razor razor thin the margin what happened was congressman tim murphy republican resigned because there's all these allegations about an affair so with that going on that led to the special election they're going to count the absentee ballots and we'll see which way the wind blows them where it's swings the democrats feel like they're gonna get this but the republicans feel like they're gonna get it and only the allegany faithful who went out to vote in the election tried to push it whatever way it was going to be pushed but this really could go either way either way this eighteenth district and there's been a lot of democratic enthusiasm all of a sudden since the president took office and there hasn't been great fundraising by the republican candidate and as we know money sometimes turns what happens because you're out there out there out there with more advertising and people here name more so we'll see that's one of those things stephen hawking dead at the age of seventy six now that is big news if you think of stephen hawking what do you think of the world renowned physicist and author you think what a what a brilliant mind right what's wild is he had a lot of groundbreaking discoveries about black holes and general relativity if you want to call it that and yeah you should call that but he was diagnosed with a ls lou gehrig's disease in the sixties and eventually paralyzed him but he communicated using a computer generated speech so he certainly had plenty to say about politics he certainly had plenty to say about what was happening in the world of science he was an influential person that's for sure i can only imagine the kind of sendoff that he will get it'll be a big one so rip stephen hawking just a beautiful mind is a good way to put that to be able to communicate the way he did and to be able to come.

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