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"talknet" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"He here he. I mean you just listen to swain. I think by the twin. I gotta fight for you. Listen yeah. I've got a quick question. Job be mad if tank. Say yeah i wanna do to fight. I want to do it at one thirty three. I feel like i feel like tank. Hold all the cards in this one. Now i'm not necessarily take because i'm called many times and i shouted out his. You know his lack of self discipline as far as know being prepared in his if he really going to make a serious doubt one thirty right he say the man and one thirty at least want to beat a man in one thirty for lines. Offer me despite at one thirty five. Do you think he has the right ness you love. Assad talknet it. Does he have the right to say well. If you wanna fight me meet me at one thirty three. Does he have the right to do that. Right that's a question for francis man francis tanks attorney on the. Does he have the right to do it. He as he. He has the right to do that. But that would make any sense for me i again. I'm not saying it will. Because i would like for him to just step all the way out one thirty five i just you know because that's the direction that it could go. You know. I don't know but look Iron tank that'd be the name of the fight card. They take little posters saying they gotta montage tank a montage. Any do it on a mexican weekend. You know what i'm saying. Even though ryan lead to speak spanish. I speak spanish. And you know what i'm saying. He did on a mexican weekend. You got the iron tank and they just you know what i'm saying..
"talknet" Discussed on Darknet Diaries
"A big thank you to for sharing the story with us. If you're interested in contacting the his email address is in the notes or at dark knight dot com. i call this show darkness diaries. Not because it's focused on the dark net it because i like to think of the dark net has all the secret hidden dark stuff that happens online stuff that we're not supposed to ever see or know about so that's why i don't just cover stories about the dark net but this is actually the third episode i've done about dark net markets. And if you want to hear more about checkout episode. Twenty four called operation bayonet which is about the alphabet darkness marketplace and check out episode. Fifty eight called oxy monster which is about another vendor the other day someone told me they were listening to the show while going for a run but they got so sucked into it that the ended up running farther than forrest. Gump did if you love this. Show that much consider donating to it to help keep the wifi on. Visit patriot dot com slash. Talknet diaries to give your financial support. Oh and as a thank you you'll get bonus episodes and an ad free feed. The show is made by me. The guy who's always on dark mode jack. Reciter sound design in some original music was created by andrew who loves staring at dry paint at any help. This episode by the market manipulator damian in our theme music is by the button at known as brake master cylinder and even though i upgraded the ram on my computer just so i can run slack better. This is darkness diaries..
"talknet" Discussed on Skullduggery
"A week or so ago, and during that townhall young black man. Who's about twenty one years? Old College student in Pennsylvania who spent Pennsylvania asked him to address the level of disaffection. But younger voters feel toward his campaign in politics in general in particular young black voters and asked him to respond to that feeling of being disaffected without using the phrase UA black and we had that young man on our podcast last week gone bad faith and I had a long conversation with him about how he's feeling about voting and He's planning to vote for Joe Biden as his peers despite being incredibly frustrated about Biden's insistence on Talknet Halley will not ban fracking despite the fact that he has said in the middle of global pandemic that's unprecedented in many respects that he would veto a medicare for all bill if it came across his desk even if it passed Congress All of these intentional slights and punches at the left have left him feeling really bruised and broken like a lot of voters. He personally, it has made the choice to go ahead and vote by regardless. But a lot of people aren't going to make the same choice and I think the question should be what responsibility does Joe Biden the Democratic Party have to maximize the number of voters that voted for him because votes in those states are really crucial to give too late for that. I mean at this point it's too late for that. So what do you do? It's too late Joe Biden to be a better candidate in the next eight days. We'll look this is a conversation that I've been having since I wrote my first piece on this subject and Current Affairs magazine back in July I believe in it was called Something about litmus exact titles Nari but the point but I made been.
The Interior World
"Hey welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Lamb, and I'm Joe. McCormick, and today we're going to be taking a look at interior space. Get Era Two thousand twenty brings to mind the old curse. May You live in interesting times and one of the factors here has, of course, been the corona virus cove in nineteen pandemic and in an effort to fight the spread of the illness, save lives and prevent overwhelming are hospitals. We've made a lot of changes to our lives and these range from the simple such as just wearing a mask when you're out in public and you can't so full. Distance from people to the harder choices about employment, and in life choices, we've all been social distancing and stay at home orders teleworking in quarantine have meant that we've all been spending a lot more time at home. Now depending on your home, this could mean a lot of things, but we want to explore what this means from a biological standpoint for the most part here. Now, make no mistake spending more time at home has absolutely been the right move. But just as it's forced you to focus more on, say that weird stain on your ceiling we wanted to focus on the other often unseen aspects of life in home right much the same way that being say on a Spanish galleon out in the middle of the ocean might have made you pay much more attention to the biology and behavior of of ship rats than you ever would have otherwise I. Think being at home more and more is forcing all of us to Turner is and maybe our microscopes and magnifying glasses to the corners and the cornices and the showerheads and the drain traps and all of the wonderful places in our house where life dwells. we're going to really get into the difference really between the natural world outside of our homes in the unnatural world inside and getting into some ideas about how how we could perhaps enable our interior world to be a little more on the natural side of things. But. Before we get into all that, I wanted to take a moment here to discuss the history of houses in general, you know just to get into the concept of what a house is. Our first and most important interior artificial environment. So you can certainly look at a home as an artificial cave to a certain extent indeed, we have lots of early evidence that early hominids sought out shelter in caves in the same way that many other animals do these can shelter one against the elements and against predators and as recently as one hundred, thirty thousand years ago cave-dwellers were already augmenting these natural interior environments with things like rough stone walls using timbers so So you know, even one, hundred, thirty, thousand years ago we were taking naturally occurring interior spaces and. A little less natural. And of course, on top of just the shelter caves can provide. It also seems that caves had a strong sacred meaning too many of these prehistoric peoples those might be important, but ultimately, proximity to water is far more important thus as Kate Spin Brian fagin point out in. In the section of the seventy grade inventions of the ancient world about homes, most early hominids lived out in the open near streams and lakes built temporary structures, and most of this has been lost a time. But some of the earliest evidence of potential structures for homes goes back a one point seven, two point seven, million years ago with Homo Erectus sites in southern Africa, and these were potentially contemporary with the domestication of fire. The have been temporary tents, but they still would have been artificial interior environments. Now, more secure evidence comes from the Ukraine roughly forty four thousand years ago the the mammoth bone structures from mullet ova with recently see us on the show actually yeah we did talknet these that would have been structures in one of the northernmost habitable regions of the earth the time because this was during a time of glacial. Advance where the polar ice caps from the north were coming deep down into Europe and Asia, and and so this would have been far far north way up among the ice and for some reason, humans were building these structures out of the bones of mammoth and we don't know that there are still things. We don't know about those structures like how how consistently they were inhabited and for how long and so forth. Right? Now beyond this, the history of human homes is is largely dictated by local resources and local climate. Long process of trial and error ends up leading to the development of regional and cultural building forums construction methods. Before nine thousand B C e we see evidence of clay houses and Palestine what is today Palestine and before seven thousand BC we see rectangular dwellings in Anatolia. But but a home is far more than just a shelter. As the authors here point out houses became key to social structure as well.
"talknet" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Well he says it's deductible exactly Then we see The Mary Jane Meets Him there. And we see Peter talknet everyone. He's like Ju Robertson and his wife could take him but I don't think improves the trial and everything remember kill joy mercader so I don't think I don't think. MD would appreciate that. Roy Can make make some great movie or cause real bad tension in the marriage then split-second split-second considered asking No acids essential part so the last last minute peter goes to see Flash Thompson at the gym. Then I guess he tells flash the whole thing and flash says hey he's like. I was staying in a back room in the gym here. But Hey hey you'd Mary Jane can have it. I'll stay at the Y.. What a good guy slash was for a second? I know at miss this flash. Will you know the secret scroll that we just never got around to the only way. Well this is before he got like twenty pounds of lesion hit on the head and then you know we got mixed up with with that. Look Good Felicia Hardy. That woman that woman. We're the worms by though so Peter's like a great but I feel lousy but then back at the back back at the store how how Thurston is like wait. A minute isn't dawn swagger usually would be charged and the support of the guys. Don't spend them with his family. He doesn't have a family trait. He's never married. You'd better call the police and becomes like Oh why spoil things and he pulls out his gun sticks up his boss. It is Christmas all right all right. If you've ever read a spiderman story Peter's feeling pulling down where seed busy go now sit on top of a guard will will tell tall building no goes to the to the graveyard talked uncle.
"talknet" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"But <hes> he never was able to become a citizen really because he had mental health problems from in his teenage years and then once mr trump became president. He had it in for all anybody who is not a citizen. I guess awesome been deporting iraqi nationals at a steady and horrifying clip u._s. Immigration officials say the reason for it. Mr elder woods deportation that he had racked up twenty convictions over as many years including assault with a dangerous weapon domestic violence and home invasion. Is that your understanding understanding mr. The mood was <hes> mentally ill and a drug addict from his teenage years and he got in trouble with the law repeatedly. He was homeless most of the time he was. You know someone who was admittedly deeply deeply troubled level but he was really a homeless. Person is the best description of so. That's who that's the state of our country. Were deporting people like that. He really had no chance to survive. It was a death sentence deporting jimmy although it was a death sentence so tell me what sense you have of what his life was like for him in iraq prior to his death well his family found out about the deportation when they got whatsapp calls if you talknet from a strange number and when they finally answered one it was jimmy crying and screaming on the other end saying that he'd been deported and then they calmed him down and got him to give the phone to the person whose phone was and it was a security guard in the knowledge off airport and he said what am i supposed to do with this guy. Why is he here. Why did they send him here. He has no documents. He has no money he. He has no clothes. What what can i do with them. And you know let's take a moment and appreciate the goodness of regular. Iraqis and regular americans not the the government. This guy kept him protected inside the airport until his family could get someone from baghdad to go get him and then after that he lived in hiding essentially because he didn't have any documents that allowed him to move about and this is the one area where i wish the iraqi government would do something differently. They should not accept any person for deportation unless and until they have an iraqi the identity of paper that you know like a national idea passport or a driver's license in allow them to live normally in iraq so he was sort of in hiding he was desperately ill because of his diabetes and he laughed insulin after just a three days he was throwing up he when he died he was in a room by himself when he was on the floor with a plate. It's fallen and broken. He was trying to get something to eat any collapsed so he died alone very ill. We've got to stop optus from happening. Who do you hold responsible for his death. Donald j trump is responsible for his death. Le let let me give your listeners broader context. They've been iraqi nationals who came to our country and got in some form of trouble trouble for many decades and you know my congressional district has more iraqi-born people than any other of the four hundred thirty five congressional district so i know a lot of these cases intimately. Someone may have had a drug problem or they may have gotten in a fistfight and they may have served time in jail but now they're like a middle aged guy. Almost all of them are men raising a family working paying taxes. Many of them have their own businesses and and now all of a sudden donald trump wants to deport all these deport all these people george h w bush and bill clinton and in george w bush and barack obama all faced a situation where they had iraqi nationals in the country who had done something wrong but then you know tried to make life life for themselves none of those republican or democratic presidents try to these people and donald trump is doing so and it's ongoing you you know i've proposed bipartisan legislation to stop this. We just want every one of these iraqi nationals to have their day in court and i don't think that's too much to ask and we continue to reach out to president trump vice president pence and their staff to stop it administratively which they certainly could you announced today that mr aldo's body will be returned to michigan for a catholic catholic funeral service to have the religious service that he and his family were members of that faith. What will this mean for his family. Have you talked talk to them about this. Oh yeah i talked to them every day. <laughter> excuse me you know they didn't even feel like they could ask for that and you know my feeling was well. I said we'll just let me check things out and the leadership of their community said you know that would make it possible financially so when i was able to say to the family we'll look just you know if it could happen and they said of course and his sister said that he loved his mom so much. She wanted to be buried next to his mom so that's it'll happen. I guess mr.
"talknet" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Good to go to knock it through an interpreter on. Yes. He used one hundred eleven pitches at over four bombers debut. Mike talknet sent down after the game Giancarlo Stanton expected to return tonight while the Mets bullpen continues to be a major problem want to pitch swing fly ball. Well. This is. Sixteen and a half wall in right field to hit the wall of a restaurant. They call the shop house. Ryan, McCann with a two run as the Braves dismantle the Mets twelve three how he rose to call CBS eighty degrees, familiar three runs. A third of an inning drew you'll out four more getting just four outs bullpen as a nine point two three ERA nineteen games. We're going to keep running out there until they do. Get some new ones. Mickey Callaway wise the Mets four games under five hundred Robertson did go deep in the loss says, first since April twenty first Rangers acquired defenceman Jacob Trueba from the jets. Neil peon and a first round pick forty row quarterback. Josh mccown called it a career after sixteen seasons in the NFL the last two spent with the jets and the nets declined to offer. Rhonda Hal, Jefferson, making him and unrestricted free agent sports. Fifteen forty five around the clock marketability, ten ten when sports seventy one degrees, cloudy skies going down to sixty seven in midtown. It's sixty seven and thornwood this morning. This is ten ten wins wins news. Time to seventeen more. American troops will be sent to the Middle East has commanders to bolster security forces and allies in the region. From authorities say is a growing threat from Iran. More from correspondent Kaitlan Collins, Defense Secretary, Patrick, Shannon has announced the Pentagon has authorized one thousand additional troops to the Middle East. For what he says, is quote defensive purposes to address air naval, and ground based threats. In the Middle East feeling this is coming because secretary state Mike Pompeo said the administration was weighing all of the options here, including military ones. Well, the Trump administration continues to build up the number of troops in the region. Others are concerned, the president will seek to throw fuel on the fire as polling data shows him trailing Democrats in key states. I head of the presidential election wins news time she way teen. Relive history here..
"talknet" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"On seven hundred wwl w. Welcome back into the reds post game show. Final score from Dodger Stadium tonight. Six to one the dodgers beat the reds. It's the third straight loss for the reds. They'll try to snap the skit tomorrow. We'll have preview that game coming up. Now. Let's go around the parks and lets you know what's going on around the world of major league baseball today. Brought to you by star fire premium lubricants and we began in the American League. It was the Yankees eight nothing of the Red Sox today Yankee Stadium. Clint Frazier at his fourth home run of the year. Mike talknet, hit his first and labor Torres went deep the eighties as well. And the bitches swan hidden the rain bets back on the track at a wall sees. Labor day. And like a good glaze. Taurus is there? Hey, homers to at third Yankee home run of the night and hangs heaven eight nothing lead. Again, final score. And that would as the Yankees best the Red Sox. Eight to nothing James Paxton got the win Chris sale. The loss pirates five three winters today over the Tigers in Detroit. It took ten innings but junk gung hit his second home run of the year, Starling Martell. So his second Kilani Kelly got the Winnie's wanna know, Shane green the loss. And king of got the save raise four to two winters over the Orioles today have assail Garcia hit his second home. Run of the year Tyler glass now got to win. Now. Four no Dylan Bundy took loss falls to Owen toon. Diego. Casteel is second safe. Blue Jay six twins five in Minnesota tonight or pylon co hit his third also for the twins. Eddie resort. His fourth. Marlin Gonzalez hit his first Aaron Sanchez is now two in one with the wind. Trevor may false to one and one and Kim Giles got his fifth safe in Arlington. Rangers five nothing winners. Over the angels today. Joey Gallo had his six as did as ruble Cabrera. Both went deep yesterday. Well, like is now two one after the win high may Berea took the loss. He's one and one White Sox five one winters today in Chicago the royals got a Homer from Lucas Duda. Second but Jahn mancado went deep twice for its fourth and fifth home runs to the year. Leary Garcia and yonder Alonso. Also, went deep run all elope has the winner in that one Jorges Lopez. The loser is Owen to Rinaldo one into Astros nine one. Winter's over the as the big hit and this one came from Alex bregman for the stroz wrecking balls pop.
"talknet" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Call the rookie experience. So you're by yourself, and it's it's an eight minute timed racing session at the speedway, and that'll cost you about five six hundred dollars. All right now, you know. Now, you know, you can book it online gosh. And the Daytona speed by the I know you don't like to drive faster. You not like me. No. I mean, I had a Plymouth laser. And I've got it up to one hundred and thirty miles an hour. I felt very good about that. Doing that. And it was expedient. Yeah. So I just kinda miss a tight fast car. Yeah. No. They're fun is held to drive. They really are like it'd be nice. If you had like, your convertible Carthage exactly I've got a friend who has that. Mustang. You know, five point zero black convertible stick shift for the summer. And then the winner. Right. She has a third car stall. Okay. So thank you Donnie for looking that. Making payments, right? Yes. Right. Still on the company teed. I I don't know when they're ever going to get off when you cut. There so tied. Well. That's it. We'll see then you then you look at your mccown and think, oh, I really haven't got the di-. Yeah. Well. Do you have do either? You even know what you know, what that is right shirt. Yeah. Tough love. Julia talknet getting involved with any kids in any event. Mon you aren't that new? What's a good way to pay each other? If we always other money or something that's a good way to pay people. It's easy. Yeah. I think that's what I was gonna. Okay. So last night on Jimmy Kimmel, Jane Fonda and lily Tomlin who are having a blast promoted him the day before the Vinci's. Greece and Frankie and when they came out. I mean, amazing both of them will gene found ahead on red satin Palazzo pants with a belt and a long-sleeved blacktop in these amazing curls in her hair, and she's real glamorous. And then there's lily Tomlin in a suit with the Ramones t shirt on these funky. Read says they just are. You can tell they have a blast doing this show doing the press for the show. And I think that comes back on Netflix streaming tomorrow. Okay. So here's lily Tomlin, Jimmy Kimmel is just like he's giddy that he's got these fantastic. And in in the research that they dead or whatever. Talking about lily Tomlin having a connection with Richard Pryor. Oh, Richard Pryor. Did what if your variety show back in the seventies? Right. Two of them. So how did you and Richard Pryor come together? Because that time you guys were doing very different stuff. I've seen him at the Amtrak. You know, and so then as soon as I got a special I want Richard prior to be on this special. So I call them up and tried to get him to come on the special. And I'm sure he's thinking, I gotta check this white, you know, girl out, and so he said that okay? We're spending the day together. Really? That was great. That was good because sorry. Very challenged me to go to a porno movie. This is a true. Zorro, but I pay my own way. We went to a porno movie, and we sat there, and we watched and everything like that. You remember the movie was kind of hand like medical psychiatric had like some kind of medical underpinning. I can't it's fifty years ago for God's sake. Black socks on and a mask. It was a bona fide porno movie. Wow. Why.
"talknet" Discussed on MIX 104.1
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"talknet" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Hype manche? Hi, I'm surprised you have an order any food yet. What happened to? Actually eat before. I came interesting. I know we're back to mates back back post mates overseas. Fatburger? Kobe talk around here. All right. It's coming up. Kobe talknet. I don't believe you. Mason Ireland ESPN. Yeah. Going to be the movie this weekend, the girl I wanna go see the girl that stuck in the spider web is like the Raga tattoos. According to I can't believe that clarify the woman who played Queen Elizabeth is the girl that stuck in the spider's web. Oh, yeah. That's that's going to be the choice of movies this week, by the way, I wanted to give shoutout flea from red. Hot chili peppers is in a movie called boy erased, which which stars Lucas hedges and Cole came in. And Russell Crowe. He is awesome. In it flea as an actor fantastic. One of my favorite my favorite movie of all time, which is about sqi. Oh, right. Big lebowski. That's your favorite movie of all due to buy classic kidding me. All right. So Tom talk some Kobe. Well, I'm sure he's doing. I've seen a lot of Kobe copies out in the league right now. Kobe copies, kyri Irving. Yeah. Try to come out with the afro this year. Yeah. Finally, cut it. He's up to twenty four points game Bryn when he had the froze fourteen points game. It's hard being Koby. I heard someone say these are analytics this is called analytic. I'm trying to let you know. It's hard being Cohen. Yes. And these copies Jason Tatum another one. He needs slowdown the Kobe copy as well coups MMA year link you could do it all day. Are you a coup because this is sort of a it's not it's not Koby shack. No, it's it's nothing will be Kobe. You are you're Ingram. Are you team Ingram or team Kuzina? See I don't like that. Yeah. But we're those imply the hate each other. Who are who who is all behind all behind Brandon Ingram? I like the younger guy. You know? He has he has the skill set. He just needs some weight in the weight room. That's all that is. I think we're all team Ingram nine. Yeah. Team trying to work, right? That doesn't and this is not meant to be a slight on Kouzmin. I I want both. I think coming off the bench. He would be spectacular as a six, man. I don't even know what that is. Don't even. Whoa. That is just. Weird activity on on highly questionable. Well, that that was that if one of them wanted to just take a dollar roll. Yeah. We would be such a better team. We kind of let off the show with these player combinations, which we should circle back to. You know, it's interesting that the starting lineup that we're looking at right now, which is LeBron and Lonzo in Ingram in Kouzmin and Javagal is a net negative. So by by a lot so net rating is when you take the offense, and you subtract the defense, and that's what you get it. See there positive or negative. And I think you said it was a minute brain it back. I think you said those played seventy six minutes together, and they're underwater for sure. And so I guess then the question is why why do you keep trying that lineup out? There is it is the idea to get a better, or it's I I always think that lineup combinations are a little bit like solving you said a rubik's cube earlier. It's like unlocking a padlock trying to come up with the numbers at work. I don't think they've done that yet. I don't think they figured that. That out I think they're still experimenting. But it seems like it's narrower. A narrower set of combinations..
"talknet" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Talknet. Jota Jennifer legal analyst, former US attorney, Joe the president was the one that seemed to tap the breaks on declassification a couple of weeks ago saying he was going to send all these documents to the inspector general of the Justice department. I now he seems to be saying I'm getting ready to declassify again, why the change what happened there navigated Rosenstein, tried to extort from the president promised not to declassify under the threat that if he did declassify he said Muller's movie this an obstruction and added to his report. And so the president backed off what what was trying to do with not protect the president. But rather to protect himself Rosenstein against the revelations which would show that not only did he have a conflict, but it was deeply involved in the effort to try to remove the president under the twenty fifth amendment soon mountain decided to do this because Rosenstein is gone. Gotcha. So now that Whitaker is in charge. That threat does not hang over his head at all. It does not. And in fact, that never existed Rosenstein, he's doing what he always does. He was lying deceiving and manipulating the situation to his advantage. Now, what role do the two countries that we supposedly we're going to embarrass or they had asked that that this not wrestling? When we know everybody knows now, it's the Brits. And the Australians what about that role? Do we are? We no longer concerned about them. Well, we there never was legitimate concern for sources and methods involving the Brits or the OSCE. What was concerned to the Brits was there embarrassment over the fact, and I've said this before over illegal electronic surveillance conducted by g c h two which is the NSA national security agent agency of the United Kingdom is called g h q day in day conducted illegal electronic surveillance on Americans overseas at the request of the FBI, and the CIA that is what they fear being disclosed. What's next for Bob? What's next for Bob Muller? Now that he's got a new boss. I think he's probably possibly going to charge a couple of people with lying to him. But after that, I mean, he's done. There's nothing more on on Russia. There never was. I mean, it's it's basically he's gonna who knows with somebody like Muller, and you're the guy, obviously. This is ridiculous that he's been here. This long. Very interesting. Now, Joe what goes on do? We were hearing about Cavanaugh impeachment as well. From the Democrats. We know that Jerry Nadler was discussing that on the Acela. So I wanna ask you about that. Are there any grounds at all that you can see to impeach cavenaugh at all do they have anything in their arsenal? Well, they can make up anything they want just like they made up charges, by the way, Christine Lahti Ford, not thing that she said happened. She may have been delusional and believed, but protect is completely false. There's utterly. No corroboration whatsoever of anything that she said. And now we know that the four people involved in providing false information to the judiciary committee are going to be under investigation by the Justice department, whether or not anybody's charge. I don't know. But it is very important that people who purposely lied with congressional Senate committee to obstruct the supreme court nomination face massive federal investigation for what they have done to the American people in the process of I must have missed it. Just thirty seconds. Joe did Cory Booker Kamala. Harris Dianne Feinstein, any of them apologize to judge cabinet for the false accusations. Oh my goodness. You know, what that that that they're going to be fun to watch as they run for president. They're going to really be funding Corey gonna come out of the class. Tomorrow is gonna talk about all of her relationships in California. It's going to be great. Wow. That's quite a prediction. Well, thank you. Joe? Really always. Appreciate you, sir. Thank you. Joe now, go back to sleep. Loaded for bear eight fifty WMA L.
"talknet" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Every. Amy looks just disgusted. What scares me? Talknet shuttlecocks showing. Yeah. Yeah. You ever it's call whatever it's called is correct. Okay. Amy versus lunchbox lunchbox takes two zero lead the season, man. This guy's like Tom Brady of Amy lunchbox saying go that far. Okay. Show what you do this weekend. Amy just hung out with the family celebrated getting a dog had a little doggy birthday. We gave her the birthday of Saturday October twenty-seven because we don't know when her birthday is. So we the kids really wanted to create a birthday for her. So now, that's what it is. And I'll always remember it because it's one day before my sister's birthday. So I saw on your Instagram story with party hats. Yeah. And I was like what did I miss no Kara, very quick and like last minute. And like there was like not that big of a deal, but at the dog store right by my house. I went to go get a doggy bone. And she goes, what are you doing? I was like, well, my kids went to sing happy birthday the dog. And you know, give her this day is her birthday. And she's like, oh, we have party hats for free. So she just gave me I was like. Okay. Thanks. So it really wasn't that big of a deal. But it looked like it next hour. We talked about the doggie Lama. Yeah. Is basically a dog whisper that Amy hired to come to our house. And train their dog, which don't say anything yet. 'cause I can't roll my eyes at it unfairly. But we'll talk about that next hour. Okay. All right. Doggie Lama dare lunchbox weekend a gray weekend hung out with the family. You know? I did really nothing. I did some work. But that's about it like a work. Oh, yeah. You know? I'm always working you guys. Don't give me credit, but I was working hard this weekend. Thinking about ideas for the show. How the show better, Bobby ORR weekend dancing, dancing, dancing? His a lot of dancing. I went to dinner after dancing like with what I'm sorry. I was already jumping the gun with who. So we had danced until like seven PM, and my partner Sharona has a couple of friends, which I hadn't watched antique stores a lot in the past. And so there was so on these to work on the show named pita who is really good friend who's not on the season. And her husband max, like maxim, the he used to be on the show too. And so we went and had and there were some of the people that came this Russian restaurant Max's Russian. Yeah. So we went and had Russian food for about our. It's pretty good. How yeah what this is like such a cool experience for you. I mean, we're just people hanging out hanging out with people one exciting new people fund Russian food. That was good. Even know what that means. I didn't either I think like Moscow mules drinking. I drink vodka. I did that I signed books. I got lucky that one of the major companies has ordered like bookstores order like so many more thousands of my last book. And so I. I just sit at home after practice on Saturday night and signed book stole night. So I did that so people that buy at the bookstore are gonna get assigned copy not all of them. But I probably signed a thousand books. Saturday night. That's what I did. And then yesterday, we just rehearsed rehearsal. But that was the weekend from me, I'm kind of Yama California right now the times difficult for me, two hours back from you guys. And I'm still living kind of on east coast time while living in Pacific time. So there's only tonight on stars. And after this three more shows three more weeks..
"talknet" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Position and a very good spot to make, a call on that check swing he's. Behind them out on the first base side of second talknet camp believe it as he heads back to the third base dugout has words with the third base up higher but it is a strikeout one away almost like socks deserve out. One after not getting a couple of calls with David goal at the play Earliest one with doll and maybe one on talknet here's as ever dangerous right handed batter one for three And. The first pitch swing and a miss threw a fastball As leads the league in hits with one hundred and thirty five total bases Second in the league in triples Fifth and, Rb is ninth and hitting AAA all star game MVP Throw to, first bag in is dull and he is the cousin of Rockies third. Baseman Nolan an idol and was our guests, on sky SOX warmer Affable young man And of Orange County And the pitch all the way to the backstop Tang run will advance the second base on a wild pitch Biza gerski So now base it could tie. The game Count as, one one to Josh.
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"I think the the portion of, people who carry noise intent to, go out and do stuff with it. Or even just, carry noise I still think is quite, small Doc twelve percent I thought small. Yet but how many homicides. Were they originally how much. In real terms is a twelve percent rise well they've got up to seven hundred and one murder manslaughter from the previous year they got up. To, seven hundred and. One and that is twelve percents that's an extra water night probably seventy seven maybe eight on the year before, eighty to do my maths at eighty four so that's an Eighty four all kind of you know young. Black man those districts don't have but I think it's match it if. You drove down Mesa that. Will be domestic, violence and and kind of gang related stuff which actually is not gonna stop. From stopping randomly Crime has gone up by sixteen percent or forty thousand one hundred forty seven I think the other thing I would say about five cry when I. Was a teenager in my early twenty s in west London which is about. Ten to. Fifteen years ago, there was, a lot of. Knife crime that was, going on reports and people people. Were wearing stabbings as a, badge of honor by then they weren't they weren't bothering to Goto, Aspinall because they thought they end up in jail On life sentences and there was a lot of bravado associated. With it so I wonder if now which just tend to report it more It saying just pure speculation on my here that And you're. Right I, mean that's the same with hate crimes I. Mean I'm passionate about those as. Well since Brexit they have been on the rise I think, we discussed that, last time you were here actually but you know there is always the argument all more, people feeling comfortable enough to report those? Hate crimes or are they actually on the rise I wonder, if it's a bit of, a straw man argument the, more people reporting it because as we. Heard reporting a crime doesn't really do any day now over ninety percent of crimes reported really. Seem to go anywhere black minority ethnic teenage boys a meme disproportionately affected as both victims and perpetrators according to the mayor of London and the police superintendent and hasn't got. Any statistics on this article manage to pull up but another one he up from the golden talknet officer saying there is in the. Antiquated response because many victims come from black community Knife deaths and not causing lecture outrage they should because the majority of victims are from black communities I mean what they did in Glasgow which which is why I think, he's still a really important thing but I actually. Agree with you to a point there's much stop and search relation is not the solution and in, Glasgow what they did with that they treated knife. Crime as a public health problem so not only, they did increase stop and search but they also. Increase the other measures as well so they went, into communities and spoke about knife crime. And white people shouldn't carry knives they gave more opportunities to younger people to actually have. Stuff to do in. The evenings they gave more opportunity I think to younger people as well to give them opportunities when it came. To you jobs and an education I think even some of the most persistent offenders who are most likely to continue to offend that she gave to leave the area, and. Start elsewhere with a job etc and So they did all of those things as well as increasing stop and. Search and that solved the problem I think that's much more effective than just guide we need to increase we need to double the Monaco arrest your way out of, the. Problem Multipronged approach yeah because I think the first element is. To build up trust between the, police and the. Communities which I think is a lot better than it has been and say the ninety s but more. Can be done and also this idea of just. Gave them young people. Something today as well I think massively important as well so they will Cycling around we were talking, about yesterday we had the amazing Sophie was here from the Adam Smith, institute safety Jarvis and we were talking about..
"talknet" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM
"Yes it seems to be having some second thoughts about jumping into this without any preparation over advanced work on it he's talked about how he's such a master of the deal that he he doesn't need to do any preparation but i think he's been advised that is probably not such a good idea and in particular with the north korea's statement that they have to cancel the meeting on their side because of some statements from john bolton as well as aspects of the us south korean military exercises i think trump has realized that he's going to have to give some serious consideration into what he's going to to ask for and how we should prepare for the meeting so it does seem possible although it hasn't been definitively that the talks will be delayed however trump does indicate that there will be a summit at some point well the south korean leader genius in washington meeting with trump at the white house today and the south koreans as well as the north koreans both blaming john bolton for sabotaging the deal so far with bringing up the so called libyan model as the preferred model for north korea to disarm because that strikes kim jong earners when the idea of talknet qaddafi as the model follow it's the death of qaddafi dictator being torn apart by a mob the worst nightmare for any despot whether it's vladimir putin or kim jong what's your sense on that was that a slip of the tongue or was that a deliberate way for the new national security adviser to throw a spanner in the works well given john bolton truck record under the george w bush administration one can assume that this.
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"He's talked about how he's such a master of the deal that he he doesn't need to do any preparation but i think he's been advised that is probably not such a good idea and in in particular with the north korea's statement that they may have to cancel the meeting on their side because of some statements from john bolton as well as aspects of the us south korean military exercises i think trump has realized that he's going to have to give some serious consideration into what he's going to to ask for and how it should prepare for the meeting so it does seem possible though it it hasn't been said definitively that they will be delayed however trump does indicate that there will be a summit at some point well the south korean lena moon jaein is in washington meeting with trump at the white house today and the south koreans as well as the north koreans both blaming john bolton for sabotaging the deal so far with bringing up the so called libyan model as the preferred model for north korea to disarm because that strikes kim jong earners when the idea talknet qaddafi is the model to follow it's the death of qaddafi a dictator being torn apart by a mob the worst nightmare for any despot whether it's vladimir putin or kim jong what's your sense on that was that a slip of the tongue or was that a deliberate way for the new national security adviser to throw a spanner in the works well given john bolton stretch record under the george w bush administration one can assume that this is what he he really believes that the.
Jazz take 2-1 series lead behind Rubio's triple-double
"He'd be locked into the fan just as easy just that quick i appreciate your listening in i would appreciate even more if you hopped on my telephone lines at eight seven seven three three seven six six six six let me talk to a word this one other stat i wanted to add before we get to the phones oklahoma city loses tonight to the utah jazz one fifteen one twelve in utah jazz go up to two one in the series there was a triple double in a game it was not had by mr triple double himself russell westbrook who finished with fourteen points russell only got fourteen points tonight five of seventeen shooting ouch westbrook with a tough night shooting a basketball four from three he did get eleven boards and nine assists so he came up one short of doing what he does most nights as a matter of fact and that gets a triple double now a different player got the triple double tonight in this game twenty six points ten assists eleven rebounds for ricky rubio ricky rubio with a playoff triple double his first ever rain is career chat nine of eighteen from the field damn nice night out of rubio eleven rebounds ten defensive rebounds he led the jazz and defensive rebounds with ten and also i'd tendencies to go twenty six points so congrats to ricky rubio and the jazz on their win over oklahoma city mr anthony for the thunder tonight six of ten from the field so he didn't take that many chats only ten shot two of four from three point line did not get to the free throw line camello needs to get to the free throw line four rebounds and in thirty one minutes of play how many assists do you think carmelo got that would be a goose egg no assists so fourteen points four boards for carmelo shot six and ten so he shot it well from the field but while he was on the floor oklahoma city was minus twenty their star players russell westbrook while he was on the floor thirty seven minutes minus twenty five carmelo minus twenty paul george minus thirteen ouch thunder in a little bit of a spider down to two one against the jazz so nba vange wanna hit me up doing at eight seven seven three three seven six six six six jack from rockaway wants talknet say jack hey how are you jodi thanks for taking my call.
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"To a college kid after after experiencing this two years in a row that's gonna make them feel any better about we had we had an amazing ron for five months and it's just the way it is one weekend in march guest to decide your season and we accomplished a lot this season obviously and we ran out of time today holly rowe made a great point jeff dickerson talknet emba how they've lost two games in the last two years yukon is seventy two into and everybody's gonna talk about the two more than seventy two freddie seventy two in two zero national championships moment that span let that sink in for yeah wow seven dave one seventy two games the last two seasons combined and were unable to win a national championship over that same exact time period where else are you going to see that in sports nowhere i don't make yeah not like that i mean ucla when they had that run they went eighty eight in a row and then notre dame was able to finally break that streak to me that's still that's that's one of those streets that were never going to see that ever again in college basketball immense college basketball yukon has had more than a couple of streets winning fifty sixty seventy in a row but can you imagine that you're seventy two and two and it's an feels like a failure as a program when it comes to uconn basketball or any basketball program it's crushing because it's been such the opposite of failure it's been amazing but that's when the when the bar is set that high it doesn't matter that you one seventy two what matters is you lost the two and i don't like saying that because i like the certainly acknowledge what yukon has done but freddie at the end of the day that's all that you think gino is sitting right now being like oh yeah well we won seventy two games the last two years right no he's about the two losses mississippi state last year losing that game by two at the.