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"tum" Discussed on Nightly Pop

Nightly Pop

08:20 min | 4 d ago

"tum" Discussed on Nightly Pop

"Bedazzled turkey. Right. Was that turkey moda? Bedazzled turkey, baby. No. Wow. I like it. It was she hulk we deserve, you know? It's like, do you recreate a moment that's, that's kind of like you've apologized for and said you were acting crazy, but then you do it. To like. Listen, you got to hold on to what people know you about, okay? I like that she did the table flip personally. I think it's like taking control of your own narrative, yeah. I also think it's hard to recreate slut pig on Dancing with the Stars. Which by the way, when you said, I didn't know that she said that. She didn't, it was another housewife. It was Alec Baldwin. I'm pretty sure. All right, Cardi B and offset just celebrated their anniversary, so he arranged a very special dinner, but it looked more like a buffet. They had rib sushi tacos Wagyu beef. Oh. That's a lot of beef. That was lit on fire and multiple desserts. Did it taste the ribs? Good? Tell me what? You know that, my favorite. You're not at my favorite. Oh, wait, oh. This beef. His juice seeds. Juicy juicy juicy. Oh my God, the steak is on fire. My steak on fire. You did that. The best. Man. You should have enough sugar. Yeah. Sex after that much beef? It's a lot of beef. It's a lot of bees. A lot of beans. It's a lot of bloating. Yeah. It's a lot of no thank you. Call me a guy, but. Still? Still. For sure. Absolutely. Are you? Yeah, even after like a drink. It's so weird when you get full. No, no, like, even after Thanksgiving dinner, where I'll eat more food. I would still turkey, hand sandwich every time you have to Thanksgiving. That doesn't matter how much stuff is already in there. Wait, so you guys, you get full and then you gotta let it go away. I'm not trying to I'm not trying to do all that. Are you I mean, it doesn't even need to be that way to feel sexy. No. 47 pounds of beef in you? Yeah. I'm not saying you have to get on top or anything, but just. Okay, let's get it. We're talking all this on camera. It would break. Let's get hunter has like a little too much of anything. He's like, oh, my tum tum. Please. Kanye is once again going full Kanye with a bizarre confession. He was on the aloe mine full podcast and admitted this. I actually haven't read any book reading is like eating Brussels sprouts for me. And talking is like getting the Giorgio Baldi corn ravioli. That ravioli is no joke. I will say that it is like melted butter. I love that. What's your take away from that from him saying he's never read a book? Because for me, I feel the same. Has he tried putting goat cheese and bacon on his books? 'cause I'll tell you right now. Much more digestible that way. A little bit of. This actually makes a lot of sense. For him. Well, for anyone who acts like that. Yeah. If I knew a person who wasn't Kanye that acted the way he acted, I'd be like, yeah, he doesn't read. So checks out. Yeah, it does. I don't think people realize like books aren't just for fun. They expose you to experiences and cultures and perspectives you never would have had without the beauty of it. It's always someone who's like, I'm a free thinker who never reads anything. Right. Totally. Unlike us. We read? Yeah, I read my Instagram comments. Very cool. We have to take a break, though. I have to guess ketchup on my reading. Coming up the Internet suspects, where there were some swingers on by my swingers on by my house. Okay. Luckily Nina is here to spill the tea. Now Nina has been inundated with DMs about buy my house, but one couple in particular got people asking, are these two swingers? We elevated it on concrete pilings. We added benefit to being raised up. As you get double the space, you can do anything you want. Park your cars. Kids playroom. You can have a rave down there. Naked party. Wow, that's different. It will make it. Do you want? Oh, we'll take whoever, but I think we got a couple that we should choose. They have taken. It's the best deal in town. You look good, too. Well, you're not so shabby, baby. Thank you, honey. Hello there. I don't want to interrupt anything. Nice to meet you. Tell me a little bit about two of you. You have a company together now and are you building these homes? So we build the homes, Michelle takes care of the back end, so to speak, and I'm not afraid of it either. What are you doing? And how does the 37 years? And it does it, you can't take it out. Can't take it out of it. You were there, Nina, what do you think? What was your impression of these things? They were very friendly. Okay. She was very complimentary. I do think that there was a point where they were going to ask me to go away with them. I had to get a lot of there. You didn't even have to tell me they were from Florida. I knew. That's important. That's cool though. They were really cool people. But, you know, like her love for him was oozing out. Do you feel like this is really how she is not just on camera? Oh, yeah. We were definitely off camera. And she was like that, yeah. Can you believe it? And she was just like, oh, who makes your clothes? And I was like, oh, this is my collection. She's like, oh, if you're on collection, like very bring you in. Yeah. Out of falling for it. He would have been moving to Florida. For a couple of days. I mean, I think it worked. I think they sold the house, Cheryl. So, you know, do what you got to do at me. That works. All right, next time, whenever I go to sell my house, I'm going to try and all the buyers. You're so ridiculous. Insane. Well, it's about to be a housing market crash. I got to get it. God. God, all right, one guy wrote into Reddit asking for some backup while he was on an international flight, a woman came up to him and asked to switch seats so she could be with her husband and kids, but he had paid extra for the seat and her seat was 20 rows back so he said no. Then she called him an ass in front of everyone. Do we agree with this? I would rather sit on the wing of the plane than sit with children. Same. Yeah, agree. Same. Sorry. I don't know. I mean, I don't think he's an ass because he obviously paid more for the seat. She should have made sure that her family was together. Yeah, I mean, I understand people ask, but you have to understand with an ask, there's always the option of no. Yeah. People can tell you no. Yeah. Flying people want to be comfortable. It's a long flight. Nobody wants to be uncomfortable. It's not a choice we would choose. Right. So if you're paying extra to be comfortable, you want to accept the paying extra as well. It's one thing if you just need to swap seats, but I mean, realistically, she should have just paid the extra for herself to sit with her family. Yeah, yeah. I don't think calling him an ass before ten hour flight is the way to solve it. Or talking about it ever again afterwards. Outlet, or whoever the she puts into this. Yeah. It was a ten hour flight to Greece and he wanted to get off the plane quicker. That's the main reason he wanted to keep the seat. You're just on a flight for ten hours. What does it matter if your honor? That's an excuse. That was just because he started to mumble and he dealt with. You know what to say. He didn't know what to say. He should have just said I paid extra for it. Have you guys ever been on a flight where you've seen someone asked to move another person's like, no? No. No, even I've asked, like, if I'm fine with my brother, something we booked. Who else would you be flying with? My mom? Your mom, my mom, you stupid idiot.

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"tum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:29 min | 9 months ago

"tum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Year on your 2022 reading list We're talking with the authors behind some of the most exciting fiction and nonfiction releases of the past year I'm Melissa Harris Perry and that's next time on the takeaway week after news at three on 93.9 FM We are experiencing technical difficulties with our broadcast on WNYC our engineers are working on the problem and we will get back to our scheduled show as soon as possible Thanks for your patience and for listening to WNYC Yeah Yeah we're dirty What are you gonna do about it But along with the toughness there was smarts and a thoughtful collaborative approach to coaching In a statement after Madden's death yesterday NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Madden was a sounding board to many and will forever be indebted to him for all he did to make football in the NFL what it is today Tum Goldman and PR news To talk more about men's legacy and PR's Eric degens joins us now hierarchy Hi What made him last so long in the public eye first of all Well you know his authenticity and his charm just allowed him to become this really unique pop culture figure He was this loud funny friendly guy who could really sweep you up in his enthusiasm He hosted Saturday Night Live in the 80s He did a cameo appearance in The Simpsons He was in a YouTube video You know he was famous as a pitch man for products like Miller lite and ace hardware Stand up comics did impressions of him You know that's how well he was known and how distinctive he was But his most unlikely success probably came as the face and name of one of the world's most popular video games mad and NFL EA Sports spends years developing the first version of the game with him Which he saw as an opportunity to maybe educate gamers on how football actually works And first dropped in 1988 and has since become a title that's worth billions earning Madden himself at least a 150 million For those who weren't necessarily die hard football fans he had a way of explaining things in a unique way Let's take a listen Watch him out He switches a ball and he's gonna unload with that right arm So Johnson has to get his load ready to go low to low I want to pause a moment to say that Madden lived long enough to have a slightly more complicated legacy Tom Goldman noted today that his teams were accused of playing dirty and as a commentator he celebrated toughness big hits which is to say violence And people take a different view of football injuries now than they once did He even had to alter his football video games to take account of concussions but he endured How did that happen Well you know he came across he had this attitude like the guy that you were sitting next to at the bar who could explain the game to you but he had the knowledge of an NFL coach And again that idea that he had so much enthusiasm that he made you love the game because you could clearly tell that he loved the game Of course it helped that he stopped becoming he left the world of commentating in 2009 which was well before we started having these really serious discussions about concussions and particularly having the NFL play attention to them So that helped But here was a guy who's sort of embodied I think the enthusiasm for the game and the fans enthusiasm for the game And I think that is what endeared him to so many fans who listened to him and even watched him coach And as we've noted he reached so many different generations during his career How did he accomplish that Well you know he had three he had success in three different areas You know there were folks who knew him as a coach which he did for a while And then later there were folks who knew him for his decades as a commentator delivering insights about the game And then there were folks who knew him through the video game They were even younger So he had three very distinct generations of fans And he you know I've seen him quoted saying that he could tell who was his fan from where depending on what they called him if they called him coach if they called him John or if they called him mad That's in PR TV critic Eric duggans Thanks so much Eric Thank you Survivors.

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"tum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:07 min | 9 months ago

"tum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The so called immaculate reception Pittsburgh's Franco Harris caught a deflected pass and ran for a winning touchdown in a 1972 playoff game against Madden's raiders Often Madden also had to answer to his team's rough and tumble reputation I mean they wanted to say the Raiders are dirty yeah Yeah Yeah we're dirty What are you gonna do about it But along with the toughness there was smarts and a thoughtful collaborative approach to coaching In a statement after Madden's death yesterday NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Madden was a sounding board to many and will forever be indebted to him for all he did to make football in the NFL what it is today Tum Goldman and PR news To talk more about men's legacy NPR's Eric degens joins us now hierarchy Hi What made him last so long in the public eye first of all Well you know his authenticity and his charm just allowed him to become this really unique pop culture figure He was this loud funny friendly guy who could really sweep you up in his enthusiasm He hosted Saturday Night Live in the 80s He did a cameo appearance in The Simpsons He was in a YouTube video He was famous as a pitch man for products like Miller lite and ace hardware Stand up comics did impressions of him You know that's how well he was known and how distinctive he was But his most unlikely success probably came as the face and name of one of the world's most popular video games mad and NFL EA Sports spends years developing the first version of the game with him Which he saw as an opportunity to maybe educate gamers on how football actually works It first dropped in 1988 and has since become a title that's worth billions Earning Madden himself at least a 150 million For those who weren't necessarily die hard football fans he had a way of explaining things in a unique way Let's take a listen Watch him out He switches a ball and he's gonna unload with that right arm So Johnson has to get his load ready to go low to low I want to pause a moment to say that Madden lived long enough to have a slightly more complicated legacy Tom Goldman noted today that his teams were accused of playing dirty and as a commentator he celebrated toughness big hits which is to say violence And people take a different view of football injuries now than they once did He even had to alter his football video games to take account of concussions but he endured How did that happen Well he came across he had this attitude like the guy that you were sitting next to at the bar who could explain the game to you but he had the knowledge of an NFL coach And again that idea that he had so much enthusiasm that he made you love the game because you could clearly tell that he loved the game Of course it helped that he stopped becoming he left the world of commentating in 2009 which was well before we started having these really serious discussions about concussions and particularly having the NFL play attention to them So that helped But here was a guy who's sort of embodied I think the enthusiasm for the game and the fans enthusiasm for the game And I think that is what endeared him to so many fans who listened to him and even watched him coach And as we've noted he reached so many different generations during his career How did he accomplish that Well you know he had three he had success in three different areas you know there were folks who knew him as a coach which he did for a while and then later there were folks who knew him for his decades as a commentator delivering insights about the game And then there were folks who knew him through the video game They were even younger So he had three very distinct generations of fans and he you know I've seen him quoted saying that he could tell who was his fan from where depending on what they called him if they call him coach if they called him John or if they called him mad That's NPR TV critic Eric duggans Thanks so much Eric Thank you Survivors.

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"tum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 9 months ago

"tum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Knowledge and humor Thanksgiving Day games became known for him talking about the legendary dish turducken This is a turducken right here where we got a turducken as a turducken This thing here is a deboned duck stuffed in a debone chicken stuffed in a debone turkey That's turducken He also lent his name to the popular Madden NFL video game which continues to be played by millions of fans In a statement NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said we will forever be indebted to Madden for all he did to make football and the NFL what it is today Tum Goldman and PR news This is NPR news in Washington And this is WNYC in New York four minutes after 7 o'clock Good morning I'm David first 41° in Central Park cloudy with a chance of rain this morning a high of 46 We're seeing delays on the D and N trains W trains are not running New York City schools will reopen as planned on January 3rd the city will double its COVID-19 surveillance testing and it has a stockpile of 2 million at home test kits for staff and students exposed to the virus Michael mulgrew is president of the United federation of teachers He says expanding testing is a step in the right direction But says there's a lot of work to do before students return to classrooms next week And we get all the test kits loaded and will the situation won't be up and running at its new capacity level on Monday And that's the challenge for the rest of this week And if it's not there then we got a problem Staff and parents have been pushing the city for weeks to ramp up its testing efforts in public schools The city had been excluding vaccinated staff and students from its testing regime but now all.

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Rich Valdes: A Reminder of How Unions Burden Our Schools

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 10 months ago

Rich Valdes: A Reminder of How Unions Burden Our Schools

"And in the middle of my prep I get a call and it's because my daughter happened to be around somebody that tested positive for coronavirus Now of course we go and we take a rapid test and whatnot But the issue is you've got to pick her up right away She's got to be removed from the school And my thinking is why do we employ health professionals in schools Why isn't the registered nurse or the licensed practical nurse or the physician's assistant or whomever the medical professional is in the nurse Why are they not able to administer a test Now somebody might say oh they can't do that They can't give aspirin They can't do anything right They're just there for show These are all union contracts that prevent these things Anything can be changed Because in the middle of a pandemic we changed the way we voted We had to go to mail in voting We can change anything in the name of coronavirus except what a nurse can do to a student that may need a tums or a student that may need a rapid test I've gotten a rapid test and I can tell you it's never a nurse that did it It was a girl wearing scrubs Who worked in a doctor's office So my point here is why do we do this And it's because of unions And if we dig a little deeper we find out who runs these unions and what motivates these unions and it's not the best interest of children it's the best interest of themselves their power and they use their members as

How AJ's Love Affair With Words Began With 5th Grade Fear

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:49 min | 1 year ago

How AJ's Love Affair With Words Began With 5th Grade Fear

"I had a 5th grade teacher. I've mentioned her before. Misses cabeza. And the word was the word was out. She liked to give oral exams and she liked to assign turn papers and that glorious day the last day of school on fourth grade when you run out the window. You run out the doorway and you jump to touch the top, and then when you kill you, I want you to touch the top of doorways. What was that about? What were we reaching for? And I found that I had missed a business. So that meant all summer long, I was gonna think about oh shit, words. Words, words words. I got sick to my stomach. You know, I spent the summer eating tums like they were candy. I went to school with tums in my pocket. And on top of that, misses classroom was at the front of the school, so it faced across the street directly to my house, which was right across the street from the school. And I could see in my house while I sat in class all day every day. You know how I am with family. I can't see my family walking around. Eventually I was transferred to mister goggins, mister Geiger's class, whose room faced the back of the school. And on top of having to write term papers, the thought of seeing rose Leo, seeing my father working in the garden on his day off for Lorraine coming home from work and I just felt I'm missing too much. I can't be in this classroom. And I went to gage and what happened next was gigan was unbelievable. He also had essays and stuff like that. But he helped me understand how to craft them. He saw that I was scared of how to use words and he would tell me, AJ, I don't have a student in all my years who talks like you who stands up on Mondays and we all talk about our weekends and what we did because that's what he liked to do for the first 15 minutes of class. He'd ask anyone to talk about their weekend. And I love to talk about the fishing and the stick ball and anything. And he said, don't you know talking is not in the words that are just moving quickly? I never thought of that as a kid. It made a lot of sense to me. You know, there are too many to count, but I bet he said to me, no, I know. That when you make us laugh on Monday mornings, I know you're using a combining two or 300 words within three minutes. You don't even realize it. So therefore, as long as you slow down and think, you can't ever be scared to find 30 words for an essay. So he taught me to slow down the game and to let the words not go by so fast. Slows down the questions and the words will come to help you. And, well, boy, did they ever? And after that year, I told you, I began to grow up with poems on the wall of my

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"tum" Discussed on Podcast – Speakeasy Bar – ¡Mezclando Experiencias!

Podcast – Speakeasy Bar – ¡Mezclando Experiencias!

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"tum" Discussed on Podcast – Speakeasy Bar – ¡Mezclando Experiencias!

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"tum" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"tum" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"Love that song. Okay. And Okay. So I'll start with Kerry, of course, my favorite character. Except other than than the four girls is Season one. I think. Episode 550. Melita. Amalfi. Do you remember her? How could I forget? She was everything but like, it's just like, every time I watched that episode, she gives me so much happiness. I still like, call my friends and I like, you're crazy. Crazy, crazy crazy. So I love, love love. I think it's so sad, but she never showed up. She deserve a 5. Episode art and home. Yeah, he should have been a side character for sure. Fabulous, fabulous woman. And okay. So my idea is that, you know, we're in New York. All the gals. Are you sure? No one has moved but Emily. Tum Alfie has just dropped a book. And it's like, oh my god, wow, a tell-all hotel. And she was, you know, it was a party gal and she basically names in this book, a bunch of importing a prominent women that may have engaged in sex work and among them off one myth, very brass bell. Wow named front and center named front page Center. I mean, I think there's some other juicy people in there which I'm sure you'll you could help come up with, who else is named in this major book written by Emily to Amalfi, but Perry's name is off. And I think part of our Ark in this movie is that she she kind of goes on the defensive and says, you know, I'm not a sucker or or just uses really careless language and just learns a thing or two about sex work and and you know, not part of returning. Okay, I love this and then her and big, they're still married, but it's just kind of gotten a little stale. So, I think, throughout the throughout her sexual will reawaken annoying. And, you know, she was just always so repressed, for sex writer, I want that this book and, and, and whatever happens to her coming out of it, just kind of, like,.

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"tum" Discussed on IINK Podcasts HI

IINK Podcasts HI

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"tum" Discussed on IINK Podcasts HI

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"tum" Discussed on IINK Podcasts

IINK Podcasts

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"tum" Discussed on IINK Podcasts

"Data even make essence son. Milta- had just skim milk here. Michelle as let me. Let me put it in the mail. We causing saad. Winston threw up his indigo name. I needed it up. You could a hut quake. They i am did it. Shut up even go i am. They did the head but cope. Sudas haddish the holdouts inside gets out or gung-ho would start to sort of shut he's got. He drew garnished out demolish the that he s milta- though doable. Hokuto data heads Take sugar shoved Mugabe you bet. Jeevan google some puna jeevan greg Baggage elijah essay incentive medical milita huckabee. Gilleleje go ahead patty minor but at the how muhammed who nikki minded. But that offer as in san to just kibwana hammered just discussing our our reggie humbled tacoma's e knob selleck. Chateau members of sato had the echo that the as he battisson sankyo sporadically vita had discussed. She she had to..

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"tum" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"tum" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Guards, and thank gosh this year. They've got Ah lot of weapons at in that area. I know you'd nature Nate Johnson has been off to a great start. Three point over 33 pointers made per ballgame. Kicky Tammy's averaging 12 points a game in 24 minutes. I'm still waiting for Kiki, too kind explode onto the scene here for the Musketeers. Great talent. Getting pretty many minutes and been very, very productive. But he's another huge talent, perhaps with guano Tum not on the floor in those minutes might even shift his direction and he may be integral in today's outcome. Yeah, he is. I was hoping that they were gonna Star Kiki Tandy. We still do not know he might start. We still averaging. 11 points a game, even though his last two games he has his productivity is falling off. Because there's just so much death at the guard position against OU. He played 11 minutes and scored six points. Um, typically plays about 23 minutes a game, so they're gonna need They're going to need him, especially this year job given We do not know what's going to happen with Kobe protocols. I mean, we could have, you know, missing a guard today and tomorrow, Mr Three other guards you never know. So this is the year to have some depth. Also, I think Adam Kunkel is going to play a bigger role, um, and filling out that lead guard position because he's coming in. Just he's been shooting the basket coming in, just kind of a guy who could come in and just shoot, But But Adam could do a lot more than that. I mean, when he was at Belmont Over 16 points a game. He played a lot of minutes at the point guard that combo guard position, so he's capable of handling the basketball make good decisions with this is you create pregame.

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"tum" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"tum" Discussed on Latino USA

"Roland Sylvain was born in Haiti, , though by the time of his birth in Nineteen, , seventy, , eight, , most of his family had one foot. . My grandfather actually was the one that started it. . He had issues in Haiti for political reasons things like that. . His grandfather's problems started during the brutal dictatorship of President Francois Duvalier who's usually known as Papa doc hopper allowed no political dissent while he ruled the mortality rate of political prisoners reportedly was the worst in the world he and his son known as baby talk ruled over Haiti from the late. Nineteen . fifties till the made one, , thousand, , nine, , hundred, , eighty s for the first time in nearly thirty years of Duvalier, , dictatorships Haitians are talking openly about overthrowing their leader ruling doesn't know exactly what went wrong. . But by the time he was born, , his grandfather was building a new life for himself in New York City. . He was one of tens of thousands of Haitians who came to the US around that time. . have been fleeing their island claiming to be refugees from political repression within a few years rowlands grandfather got settled and was able to bring the rest of his family to New York legally. . and. . So in December of one, , thousand, , nine, hundred, , , eighty, , five, , little seven year old role in boarded a plane in shorts and a tee shirt and flew to John F. Kennedy airport in New York City. . And given the time of the year New York. . City was a little bit of shock. . Possible world where was that freezing? ? But then a bunch of his relatives pulled up in a really big van and had a run at one of the stores inside the airport and get us coats may bundle them up and welcomed rolling to America. . From the moment he arrived in the US. . Roland was a legal permanent resident and his life became very American very quickly after a couple of years living in Brooklyn, , his parents moved him and his siblings to the New Jersey suburbs Roland finished high school and got a job at a chemical plant became the manager there everybody loved me because I was the youngest guy a job. . He started making good money. . Then after nine eleven he got laid off for a while which someone else might have seen as a glass half empty kind of situation. . But Roland he saw freedom. . Just had fun I had my four one k. that was loaded sides. . I took the 401k he took off on the road kept going back to Montreal Miami Atlanta well. . Texas. . I. . Did Texas a few Tom I was teenager. . Enjoying myself and it was on one of these trips that Roland got pulled over for speeding. . This traffic stop and the events that followed would lead role in story to collide a few years. . Later with another man's a teenager whose unusual journey through the United States immigration system has derailed tens of thousands of people's lives. . We're going to tell you both of their stories because the trouble rolling got into is still haunting him now. . It's threatening almost everything he assumed to be true about his life and he isn't the only one. .

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The Matter Of Castro Tum

Latino USA

03:20 min | 2 years ago

The Matter Of Castro Tum

"Roland Sylvain was born in Haiti, though by the time of his birth in Nineteen, seventy, eight, most of his family had one foot. My grandfather actually was the one that started it. He had issues in Haiti for political reasons things like that. His grandfather's problems started during the brutal dictatorship of President Francois Duvalier who's usually known as Papa doc hopper allowed no political dissent while he ruled the mortality rate of political prisoners reportedly was the worst in the world he and his son known as baby talk ruled over Haiti from the late. Nineteen fifties till the made one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty s for the first time in nearly thirty years of Duvalier, dictatorships Haitians are talking openly about overthrowing their leader ruling doesn't know exactly what went wrong. But by the time he was born, his grandfather was building a new life for himself in New York City. He was one of tens of thousands of Haitians who came to the US around that time. have been fleeing their island claiming to be refugees from political repression within a few years rowlands grandfather got settled and was able to bring the rest of his family to New York legally. and. So in December of one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five, little seven year old role in boarded a plane in shorts and a tee shirt and flew to John F. Kennedy airport in New York City. And given the time of the year New York. City was a little bit of shock. Possible world where was that freezing? But then a bunch of his relatives pulled up in a really big van and had a run at one of the stores inside the airport and get us coats may bundle them up and welcomed rolling to America. From the moment he arrived in the US. Roland was a legal permanent resident and his life became very American very quickly after a couple of years living in Brooklyn, his parents moved him and his siblings to the New Jersey suburbs Roland finished high school and got a job at a chemical plant became the manager there everybody loved me because I was the youngest guy a job. He started making good money. Then after nine eleven he got laid off for a while which someone else might have seen as a glass half empty kind of situation. But Roland he saw freedom. Just had fun I had my four one k. that was loaded sides. I took the 401k he took off on the road kept going back to Montreal Miami Atlanta well. Texas. I. Did Texas a few Tom I was teenager. Enjoying myself and it was on one of these trips that Roland got pulled over for speeding. This traffic stop and the events that followed would lead role in story to collide a few years. Later with another man's a teenager whose unusual journey through the United States immigration system has derailed tens of thousands of people's lives. We're going to tell you both of their stories because the trouble rolling got into is still haunting him now. It's threatening almost everything he assumed to be true about his life and he isn't the only one.

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"tum" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

Jay Bird Watching

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"tum" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

"So you may see him booze the first little bit and then he really takes a dip down the second and third time through the order has been like that. This season has been like that last season and the Blue Jays have done well against now this year. I think they've won not against him in the starts now has made a dog. Make sure they've won two of them that they faced him. I know that he started that Monday game in the four-game series last game we played them and we did beat them 50 Innings this year God. Yeah exactly. So glass now scares me more and I would much rather have hundred re U going up against Tyler glasnow, cuz that's the kind of game where you could be one. One two, one two to three one Whatever It Is into the sixth or seventh inning. Whereas I do think that have a much better chance against Blake Snell tomorrow to put up a few runs maybe third fourth inning. They get through the line up a second or third time. That's just me how I feel. I know that Morton well in game three, but the exactly your point would not be surprised or baby is Craig would not be surprised. If if the range of a lead the Charlie Morton, it's warming up both game three starters are sitting in the bullpen in game two to be there in case you'd call them. I really do they have to be that right and b e Depending on what the status of game want. I don't think you see more into the gays the case Jays win the game one. I don't think you see him. I don't because I think they're confident in saying. Oh, yeah, you can have this game will win tomorrow. It's a catch-twenty-two right? You're saying okay, you just wasted all of your best pieces and we still have someone that we we can trust for gain three. Good luck Ki tum. Yeah. Yeah and and maybe that's what they do and maybe that's the advantage that the Rays have over the Blue Jays because theoretically wants to Blue Jays chasing a win. I can see them be more inclined not putting all their bullets in the chamber to win game two, if their backs against the wall in comparison to sort of relying on their Bullpen and spreading it out flip side though. If the Jays do are able to capitalize on game one, which that'd be great if they could and you know, the rays are down or one two, maybe it's a tie game then it's going to be a chess match right then you're going to move. You do see more in versus Walker at that point and and give me that give me that kind of baseball day. I'll take it and then you you both have well, maybe it's just the Jays primarily having a bullpen off game on on well on Thursday, but for me, I think that just had a loose. I think the Jays are a lot more fragile in terms of their pitching compared to the Tampa Bay Rays. I do think the Jays and get this is a hot take I think the Jays have a slight Edge when it comes to offense, especially right now. I really do I think that they if they're on there I want to say dangerous but they're not a slouch team. Obviously the pitching is what our is biggest concern. So they need to use everything in their disposal to win this game. Whereas the race have sort of like a assembly line a players that they trust that they can use to stretch out three games. So the Jays have a lot more to lose and there are a lot more fragile when it comes to the series so I thought Are going to be aggressive and I think they going to be far more.

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"tum" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"tum" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"He just did an interview and what he said in this interview is that he thought that cats was going to make a huge mark on the world when it was released last year. And so he played. Rum Tum Tugger. I've seen it. I actually took my mom to see the musical and there are they're all cat names, so don't that you just have to let go. That's not the problem. The problem isn't the names of the cats in this this thing. And so, he said, And this is where I think it's so funny, So when they asked him what he had thought about it, he said. They had really high hopes about the live action remake of Cats, he said. For the longest time, I was trying to figure out what's the perfect first role. Cats checked all the boxes. You can't get a more star studded cast and you don't get a more respected director than an Oscar winner and rum tongue Tugger is a legacy role. Standout character in a classic musical, he said, Even when I saw the trailer I got chills down my spine. I thought it was going to change the world. That's doing too much, Jason. That's what that is that expectation, right there makes you question what he thinks is good for our world. That's what it is right and also what he thinks of the reality now because The only thing we've been talking about is the C G i of the private areas because those body suits were too tight, right? And they had, like, you know, to make them less graphic because it was his B, a family film. I liked all the questions that were like, Okay. How cat like are they supposed to act? The fact that they sent all of the cast of Cats school so they could practice being a cat? I'll ask a lot of prep for this. I liked all the lore about this one. And that was why I was going to give it a shot. But you're the musical itself is exhausting. And I like musicals and I still was like this one is too much. I can't do this. It has one song that you care about, and the rest of them are whack. So You know, and I and now just hasn't ended up back up on my list of things to do because I'm already behind on a lot of things that I know are quality video games to play video games to play. I have I have things I have really like work things to do on occasion. I have lots of shows that I should watch that. I know I'm probably gonna win like Academy Awards in Emmys and all these things, so it's difficult to go. I'm gonna go back to this. Well, I did That all happened while I was on maternity leave because, Kenny, I know that you are obsessed with that, won't you? I called up. I don't know the difference between all my Jason. So I called a picture of him up and I'm reminded. I need to go to AA the hardware store and get some paint rollers today because I'm working on a project here at home. Oh, you don't get that. No, it was a long road for us both to just say, Do we have a cricket sound effect? What we doing now? I want to ask you what matter and as a comedian. I know it's not funny if you have to explain the joke, But now I'm just confused. So explain a conga. Shana paint roller. Yeah, Lots of paint Big one. Saul. Okay. Gadget gadget. OK, I'm there. Well, that part I'm in. That part changed the world. Write every can we Now we know that about him that those things exist in. Nobody was surprised that Jason Derulo was Was that that that there wasn't a mini Jason? It was a big Jason. Nobody was worried..

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"tum" Discussed on Keeping it Re.al

Keeping it Re.al

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"tum" Discussed on Keeping it Re.al

"Outcomes of what we can achieve at the that they are ad and the not significantly a base I would still say that there are potential candidate, but there's a lot of prayer consultation that goes into all of that as well. If someone is significantly over white and absolutely not a candidate Eh and I would look at giving him sort a range where I feel that they might not be suitable, but you would always get back again and re examine them and go through all the pros and cons again and. It's not just about not being able to achieve. Significant result. This, guy in many studies show if you've got a body mass index above thirty, which is in the base range, you'll risk of having a complication is significantly higher so then looking at an elective procedure where you're not going to get a great result, and you've got a high risk of wound. Issues wound infection anesthetic problems. Lung problems in the recovery period. It it just doesn't stack up as something. That is a responsible thing to do so it's not only the white thing is not only about not being able to get a result. It's also patient safety, and that other thing on that is if someone is is still. Some overweight and has the surgery and then goes on onto. Lose more way the than the results compromised as well so it's always ideal to get it as close as possible to the right beforehand, because if they do lose weight afterwards in the money to have more surgery. So it's. It's really an operation. You kind of want to want to do it really well, because these significant recovery involved. In going through this procedure, we're GONNA cover revision in another episode, but I wanted to talk about because some people get. Tummy, tucks and liposuction. Mixed up. What's the difference between the two Richard? So they very different, liposuction is removing the fat from beneath the skin above the muscle, so it doesn't do anything to taught in the skin or remove skiing or totten.

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"tum" Discussed on Keeping it Re.al

Keeping it Re.al

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"tum" Discussed on Keeping it Re.al

"World of plastic surgery, my name's. Each episode I'm sitting down with a respected surgeon stopped to Richard. Bloom and Dr Kim Tyler from re plastic surgery and we're going to ask all the hard questions that you want the answers to. Moisture no coming in sighing WANNA look like posh spice, Sore Pamela Anderson, and so it can be what locked changing for them and We say improvements in their self. They confidence if someone's head good worked on the north, but I believe it is obvious having breast augmentation. You don't want to be going to the plastic surgeon who does road trauma?.

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"tum" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"tum" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

"I agree with Greg. More. Hullabaloo in the beginning with more people going through as probably important thing too I mean that's ripe for comedy right there like a doctor walking in to see Jeananne Jerry doing snap way kissing. Yeah and then you don't have newman there. Yeah I'm not feel like Doctors Shannon needed to be in, December? He wanted to be in more episodes. Yeah. He is the one of the doctors on television. And other than our patron. Saint Nick I mean. They're. So So. If the Human Center, pretty if the Human Center Center for incentive pretty essential. Three three together I want to snap for you. Asked him. If the human. Centipede. If the human centipede builds itself as one hundred percent medically accurate. Accurate is. SEASON BLANK EPISODE BLANK Episode fifteen of. This. So this is accurate than the human centipede. Yes, because I don't believe. This thought process every time. He is not a hundred percent. That it is is is like I will say it's Pop. With the humans happy. I will say it's one hundred percent. Only because it's more than it's you think the neck, the neglecting of some of the the comatose he kinda stuff like with the. There was more medical equipment. Actually being used in the human centipede, but having medical equipment doesn't make bear right lake it but also we don't overdose or anything like that. I. You. Your assessments probably the right way to do it. It's about as accurate. Yeah. So it's one hundred percent. I. According to our highly scientific methodology. Follow up question if psychic told you not to go to king. Islands. But you had tickets for that weekend. Would you stay? Would you go sounds like a fun weekend? I. I've I haven't. SUPPLEME- justice. But I have slept on a C. Or. And I would have been fine with that for the other four days of that vacation. It sounds like he made some good personal connections that are gonNA, last a molester. Why are you taking advice from a lady who smoking? Bregman. future how many disabilities or babies? Like there's no way, I would take any recommendations from that psychic let alone. Are noted so we're not going to have cleo sponsoring next week's episode are. Basically ill I'm pretty sure she did. It. She thinks she did that's the Real I. Don't know dot com I pushing for Koba Month Ozzy don't march of she did she dead who died in twenty sixteen are Cleo. Program call her for for your free reading. Now, you could have gotten five years fifty three that she was like thirty one these are she didn't see it common. There's no way she would. So she was thirty like 'cause, this would have been on around the same time. Yeah. That's a good way to end this episode. Yeah. Way To bring up psychics Yom. If we psychic, we'll talk about it next week. Otherwise, we'll just be talking about more medicine. Hearing this? Can you tell next weekend? Yeah. If You this now, please call us yesterday at three zero. With that folks thanks for listening. Thanks..

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"tum" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"tum" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

"So we're doing a special episode because the kids they give us a call Oh. Yeah. The calls pipers zero doctoral. 'cause I, was really sick last week. The be stands for bubble boy, which is not be episode we're discussing though because we were trying to figure out what episode that was great here decided to guess. Season Three episode fifteen which Seinfeld of Seinfeld which turned out to be an episode called the suicide which was a pretty good one. Yeah. I will say it was one of the funnier episodes that I did not expect to be so damn funny yet it wasn't unexpected episode full of a lot of medical stuff, right? So premise of the episode is The. There, it's Seinfeld. There's multiple plots. Main one medically is that Jerry is semi flirting with his neighbor neighbors girlfriend rather. And he the neighborhood so upset that he attempted to commit suicide by taking pills goes into a coma and Jerry whether or not it's. Komati yet whether it's Ethical to make out in that first forty, five minutes of the. Yes I think in the interest of being sensitive to people were not gonNA talk about suicide but we're going to talk about the rest of the episode of the consequences of what Hap-. Yeah I mean we don't know exactly what pills he took. Pills, what kind of drugs to any what kind of drugs doesn't matter? Matters. If you watch the room, you understand what that means, but we don't know what pills he took and he ended up in the softest Komen ever seen where he just lies in bed and it looks like a heavy more than anything. I noticed all of the various life support equipment and monitoring equipment they had on him which was done. Well. There was an ivy there was ninety dollars not connected and they did the threat if he did not have an IV line in and they did have a cardiac monitor in behind him. I. Noticed that it was the rate was sixty but also the the actual cardiac tracing was significantly faster than this. Weird thing. Glad use the proper term because I was going to say the cardiac debriefing we. Be. Biggest. To exit poll sox. Opening Beeps. Not all according to the sound effects the opening authorized for us. Yeah. Well, cardiac be carpet cardiac things way to go but it depends on what he took like as a person who deals with a lot of overdoses or ingestion of tylenol. If he asked tylenol he'd be awaken miserable. You'd be throwing up a lot but then there would be not pretty. If you like Ben's Os or opium certified that he wouldn't be breathing me. Well, that would make sense either. So this is just a general big took a lot of pills sort. If. You took a lot of cough medicine go crazy. That's the other one. The. Triple seat the skills. kids love doing that one..

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"tum" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"tum" Discussed on KTOK

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