17 Burst results for "Tassir"

"tassir" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Pitcher. This is exactly why the White Sox did what they did. This is why other teams will call up pitchers before their position players just because the position players are more reliable. And this is one of right here just like we were talking about last week. This is why free agency age limit or threshold would have to be different for position players and pitchers because pitchers just have it so much worse. It's horrible thing to do to pitch. Yeah. No, I don't want to be to include, but it just seems like there is not really a solution for this problem. Like other than a change in how teams I don't know, prioritize pitching. Styles. Like if teams decide, well, injuries or bed hard throwers get injured more. So let's find guys who are maybe slightly less good, but they're durable and they'll pitch forever. Maybe that will lead to a change in maybe there will be a swing where teams start to appreciate command guys who don't throw quite as hard, but are just more dependable, not that like soft Tassir never get the surgery. I mean, even today as soft tuskers like throwing ninety two or something. So it's like, you know, everyone's kind of throwing hard, but there's just, no. I mean, the UCLA is just not a strong part of the body. It just didn't evolve to support the sort of stress and some guys just maybe it's partly mechanical. Certainly, some mechanic's place more stress on it than others, but they all stress it more than it was really designed or evolved to be stressed. So I don't know what can be. Proved like maybe the surgery can be shortened in some way. Maybe you know if there were a way to preemptively strengthen the UCLA by like going in and doing a less serious surgery to add some sort of artificial support to that part of your body's that it would not break like maybe that's the future. But otherwise, I just don't know. Like humans don't evolve on a scale where suddenly the UCLA is going to get stronger overnight. And as long as pitchers are still throwing really hard, it's seems like we're just sort of stuck with this, so that's right. Do you do you think that it would be possible? Do you think that there's any way to see? We don't have epide- think that there's any way to see which pitchers are putting more stress on their elbows? Yeah, I think so. I mean, I don't know the science, but I know that biomechanical analyses that labs do in various technology does at least purports to be able. To measure the pounds per inch that you're placing on that joint. So I think it's possible. I don't know that every team in every pitcher does that sort of exam, but I think it's possible right now the what you the missing the missingham there. Whenever you have the sort of measurement is you can say, okay, ex pitcher generates y amount of force on his UCLA in than the one thing we don't know and can never know is the tolerance that withstand everyone seems to be different now, one option that you could do if you're the angels, you could murder Shohei Otani and take out as UCLA stress tested. And then you could be like, well, now we know this is how much force is UCLA could withstand. We just reanimate person. So right. That seems to be the greatest problem. I don't know how it's presumably not possible to figure out what it UC l. can tolerate within a person, but I wonder you're not a doctor. I'm not a doctor. Let's talk about Dr. Thanks. Do you think that. That there would be a, the UCLA is only one ligament in a body full of ligaments, tendons, and whatnot. And do you think that if you removed some amount of ligament from somewhere else in the body, you could test the strength of that and then have an idea what the UCLA could tolerate baby, I suppose..

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"tassir" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on Ologies

"The time if you live in urban suburban parts of los angeles or southern california it'll be this nail it's a european snail which is a brown brownish light brown dark brown modeled sort of shell it just looks very like boring just looks like a snail and it's a helix what is it it's it used to be helix a spurs now it's corner was first them they changed the genus name awhile ago really that's not uncommon okay yes that's this neil so so that snail and others when as their meeting they can deploy a dart and it it's a calcareous or kite nece like if you imagine a corner was person i'm a common european garden snails about the size of like a half dollar like a like one and a half times the size of a quarter is it's shooting dart the dart is probably like the length of your middle finger nail okay so it's not insects not microscopic it's a macroscopic and they'll shoot that at each other sometimes to the detriment of the other snail and sometimes killing the other snail which not that's not the intent of it but what it does is it it influences the body i think hormonal as so i think it's this dart that's got a lot of hormone laden surrounded and it influences the receiving snail this nail it gets the dart to impregnate it's eggs with the sperm using the sperm of or fertilize its eggs using the sperm of the dark giving individual so for obvious reasons many scholars believe that the lore of matchmaking cupid was based on these very loved arts of our horny snail friends so the individual that gets the dart is more likely to digest in its buddy any leftover sperm it had from a recent boning now can you imagine if cupid had stayed like a little more true to form and instead of being a silky skinned human infant was actually a snail just somehow using its big slick foot to perform some really well intentioned endearingly cock block he archery so the dart is like a dibs it's almost like an aphrodisiac were they're like i don't care about all the rates per my god this is the one i'm into it dance sewing nate like a soulmate ero yes so it's called a loved art i mean it's kind of a an aptly named yeah allergy is there oxytocin a play or does that even happen know it's got its own i don't know what hormones though i someone does someone knows about snail hormones i do not so apparently this slick google covering this little love speier has an aloe hormone which is a substance that causes the female reproductive organs to not digest the dart tassir sperm and to also keep the reproductive track open so it's essentially like a stabby message meant to convey hey i'm gonna be your baby's dad in a minute let's put a pin in this in tressler snails slugs don't seem to do that as far as i know snails a bunch of snails in the hillis the helix snails will do it and in cease lugs there are a bunch of different species i know of in the second gloss which are the the sap sucking slugs there's cease lugs that some of them can incorporate chloroplast from the algae that they eat and put it in their body where it continues to photosynthesis is that makes them one of the well if not the only photosynthetic animal right it's not in dodge innis right it's not that they are they've evolved photosynthesis but they can use something that's photosynthetic they've taken a chloroplast right the photosynthetic machinery of an alga and taking just that organ and putting it in their body which is really wild that's resourceful yeah oh yeah right so they can some of those species and other ones related to them that don't necessarily have the ability to what's called clipped a plastic they can't grab chloroplast and keep them klepto plastic i will never not relate these see slugs to shoplifters tucking chloroplast organ else into their pants but in that group saka guava they can they have a penis with a little barb on.

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"tassir" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Says she knows what it's like to be separated from family she hasn't seen her relatives can syria in many years already my graduation my bachelor's degree how many more life moments and milestones will they have the trump administration has long argued that this travel ban and its predecessors are necessary to protect national security and the supreme court agreed that the president has broad powers in that area in washington and across the country protesters condemned the court's decision they say it sends the wrong message to block immigrants from five mostly muslim countries iran syria libya yemen and somalia but the ruling also presents more immediate problems for immigrants and their families in the us memories of my community and i are very devastated by this decision in new york there were more protests outside the federal appeals court in lower manhattan debbie tassir is the head of the yemeni american merchants association she says there are yemenis who fled violence at home scattered all over the world trying to get to the us and she's been flooded with questions about how the supreme court ruling affects their chances i can't keep up with calls from the yemeni american community saying what does this mean for is our families to join us well my daughter and my wife on from jimmy well my husband able to come from malaysia the season two activists at the protest in new york knew that the supreme court ruling might go against them that even they had trouble hiding their disappointment is is trying not to cry every five minutes rama isa directs the arab american association of new york usa tried to bring her father to the us from damascus syria he was dying of kidney failure but he says the travel ban made that impossible it was too difficult for the visa and then you know we just didn't know we were always in limbo on whether he could come and get some medical treatment then we just didn't get a chance to say goodbye to her father jakob amoud massena is wondering when he'll see his wife and children again medina was born in yemen but he's a us citizen and lives in brooklyn right now his wife and daughters are stuck in egypt he says they were close to getting visas to come to the us when the travel ban went into effect last year when i call them athena on tuesday he said he didn't know how he was going to explain the supreme court ruling to his wife in egypt or their nine year old son who lives with him in brooklyn i don't know we'll tell them i don't know what to say medina says he's not sure how his son can grow up in the us now in school machina says teach him about freedom and rights and i'll have to tell him that he can't be with his mom joel rose and pr news new york.

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"tassir" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"So they broke up there was a good pro black power couple i think in the uh black people power rangoon stabbed potential to really be at the top uh you know it not top but near the top amina obviously be i say jay z right now uh graca machel you know is up there um sterile came round his wife is up there but i feel i angela wright common was a lot of a probe lacked shippers uh dream couple a uh they sad rest power today a couple of i don't know who c l he can get wait now to rithy recovered ground they lost on this one but i'm glad they can remain france uhhuh written uh barnes growly the that do who um had wutang album and he was a guide ed raise the price on a utter drug well he our guest in its two seven years in prison for securities fraud mmm uh sent seven years in prison by us district court uh district judge a key uh wake he yelled massimo moto at a hearing in brooklyn with credit for tassir because he's been in jail since september he was sobbing when he was told by the judge uh where he told the judge i'm sorry that he's not the same person that he wants words a he asked for fifteen years prosecutors asked for fifteen years in its his lawyers asked what eighty mites the judge the israelis are emails clouding the question is claims of remorse emitting atanda he wrote but the fate while also bragging may he wouldn't serve any real time in prison and it wasn't a great were squarely when is all lawyer said in court that there were ties he wanted to punch crowley directly in the face scalise lawyers argued they shouldn't be seen his harshly simply for being martin's growly this is now in in a nationally recognized wear saying that someone is we and asio yet this is funny because people just like he got punch of a face in his lawyers really went into the travels like hewlett look at them yana.

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"tassir" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Whenever you guess the right wall andrew luck still hasn't been taken i don't know how you wouldn't put him at a lego and we feel like this is i think the room says this is either lock her decision watson territory stafford who entered into a i show and i'm gonna go with matt ryan really wild matt ryan all right so this is very dramatic here number eleven the eleventh best quarterback in the world according to chris syms obliquely report is wellbeing andrew lock indianapolis colts today cheating i don't i don't know an unreliable is before i don't have number tell them you will give anybody the list except in patrick you're such a jerk that's not true okay but listen that was good conversation you guys are out in the reason i would say i put cousins in front of alex them it's just a figure that out boumani in i mean you've made a lot of good points and just i think alex smith is a better more aggressive down the field pocket tassir uh and he can make a few throws in a game to get his team over the hump i think he would be better than you realize if you it it it it inserted him in the kansas city offense with some of those weapons around him but listen i understand that conversation that's good uh getting back to andrew up though guys i mean your luck when healthy is without a doubt in the conversation for one of the five best quarterbacks in the draft it hurt me to put him at a number eleven but he hasn't played in a full year two thousand and fifteen even banged up a whole bunch but he is a big time franchise type quarterback who can win games by himself because of visibility not only did throw the ball down the field but one and then stand in the pocket which is why.

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"tassir" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Are you ready for the mavs and the warriors are just tuning in by the way crazy nba trade deadline the cavs basically redid uh half their roster isaiah thomas is a laker jae crowder is gone uh just a a crazy deadline day george hill is a member of the a kepler just a bunch of different guys but the worst couldn't by contrast and i didn't think they were going to do anything there was maybe a couple of rumors flying around that they might do something but they didn't end up doing something there was a rumor late though that may be of joe johns against a bought out in sacramento he was part of a three way trade goes to the jazz to the king's that he could be bought out the expect the worst do anything to they need to do anything i don't know but do you think j clam crowder is a good nickname yes grow one i thought i thought i think of shouder when i think of crowder good i thought i'd bring it up vijay corn crowder valet coin her to quench enters into rated by the way very good uh i had no they're probably tassir on guys will get bought out we talked about joe johnson us he a guy they could look at come off the bench a wing player guard multiple positions hit a 3 i just think it's really about the starters playing better me would you liked the bench to play better yes would you like more pop off the bench yes would you like eager doll it may play a little bit better does it look like as a little little more mileage on the the tires as opposed to last year at this time yes these guys have four allstars in starting lineup i mean they have more than enough town the sorting leonard to get it done so for me we can ta.

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"tassir" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on KOMO

"A vehicle near the shooting scene he was not hurt investigators say the rugby community helped catch the suspect in a deadly hit and run in seatac friday kohestani with tassir says a key piece of evidence it's left at the scene made all the difference rugby balls is an common around here it's not like basketball's or baseball's there's there's a lot more of those in the area and so with something a specific is that does he helps as narrow our search the manhunt for suspect in a deadly hit you run ended swiftly after critical evidence spilled out of his red truck bag of rugby balts investigators say the rented mankit forty four year old josh will colead who is standing outside a car that ran out of gas undo moines's memorial drive the suspects drove away leaving behind a wheel the ball and the victim to die drove personally five to six miles and as you can see there's no wheel left and so there was a conscious effort to leave the scene troopers tweeted out that picture of the rugby balls and tips came pouring in from the rugby community all over the country not only were detectives tipped off of the truck slow case schenk but pressure from the tightknit rugby community for suspects to turn himself in with a lawyer investigators are still trying to answer why the suspect didn't stop in the first place for impaired from alcohol or drugs were fatigue texting whatever the case may be don't drive the car this is a prime example of how we can take some of these investigators say that suspect is blocked on a vehicular homicide charge and his bail has been denied that stabbing murtaza reported on allout police search for a driver who tried to run down a police officer that driver rammed a patrol unit friday night the officer opened fire the suspect escaped combes joe marino has more or less a father cars coming in and we open the shades and we saw him running up to the neighbor's yard that way and we saw the cops following with their guns in my friend and i were coming home from a bar we were taking an uber in in the.

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"tassir" Discussed on The Read

The Read

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on The Read

"I first question this week comes from camille her she says i love this show and i never thought now hasn't been too right and asked for advice because for the most part i try to stay out of the way in mind my own business but here i am saying about a week ago my friend j lagat engaged in asked me to be a bridesmaid in her wedding i no longer live in our hometown and i do not go home often but i told her i would make every effort on my part to be there for her wedding after i agreed she said that she needs me to a workout whatever's going on between me and our mutual friend tushar because tacit does not want to be in the wedding if i am in it i did not know what she meant and she said it's haass's still mad at me for being friends with her exboyfriends wife tassir she's matic for being friends with her ex negatives y right so so camille says i was completely confused because i did not even know the i will not speaking about two and a half years ago when our friends contacted me and said she knew a girl firm our town who was move into my new area with her husband and he was not able to move in with her right away but she still needed huggins had it settled in i said i would help and we linked up and became coal when her husband finally moved here i has still had met him and had never met the guy before anyway i knew his name and that he was from where i'm from but it never occurred to me that he was tosh is x i posted a picture on instagram of course instagram is where it all went with.

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"tassir" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"The other ones hawk overall i got back off the you know you know what i learned this is what you do if you want to get to the hawker on that click look for the fat girl with the core keys because she's a designatordriver and she's always the bitter would tassir of twenty key would know what you do is you you say hey i got some motorola sticks love you look at those not mine are they yours in a nutshell we will go over and score from down and you could they're moving on the other check you distracted with food yes the hotline it's kinda like what i do is i take mozzarella sticks i break him in pieces and i walk away from the table dropping them on the ground like bread breadcrumbs and entropy will just combined like a vacuum cleaner scooping them up and and i can run over and talk to the hot one for a minute sometimes you just have to do what you got that the of course john but there's nothing wrong with them now the good old days why can it be like that still well now now you literally have to just tread this bizarre line between you know once again flirtation and being a jerk what what's harassment what's that i think most guys aren't going to walk over and say something obscene you know what i mean like years start off with at least i don't hold low you know but when whole loan now as you sexually harassing them are asking them because they don't like it but that's that's morphed into so many other things like when when you're married ghana girls married and you get a divorce whatever instantly the woman gets everything he asked italy in in the guy's got a scrounged to make ends meet while the woman's live and a high life anomalous case do you know you know what that reminds me that reminds me of the whole reparations thing for slavery because back in the old days the horrible things happen african americans i get it should it be reparations no we've changed stuff everybody's moved on blah blah blah blah blah everything's okay now with women the reason that when you got a divorce they got the house and they got alimony and child support was because they were homemakers and they didn't work and they had.

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"tassir" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Talk dot com minnesota news network i'm tassir radl according to reports minnesota lieutenant governor tina smith will run for us senate in 2018 following her expected appointment this morning to replace senator al franken redwood create a politically sticky situation because republicans state senate president michelle fischbach from paynesville will then become lieutenant governor rumors have been flying about discussions between the governor's office a gop leaders about electing a democratic senate president who would then become lieutenant governor rose real dfl or john marty says about that the republican there in charge of the senate they have the votes to rick whoever they want and they may be willing to say in exchange for home they're just because we understand the governor in a pickled marty says such a move would be unexpected but still possible bill werner the capital no lices wow one hundred percent safe that's the message from dna are officials in the wake of recent accidents including fatal one in crowing county earlier this week a great thing to remember it keep it in the back of your mind if you are red read in on the iot that i felt m free the uniformly and there could be varying thickness of between a few feet of each other on the same body of water the dinar's lisa dugan recommends ice be at least four inches thick to walk on and from five to seven inches thick to ride as snowmobile or atv and police are investigating cause of death after a body was found in a park east of st paul in lower maplewood this is an every.

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"tassir" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"The other ones hawkal hurling huh back off the you know you know what i learned this is what you do if you want to get to the hawker on that quick look for the fat girl with the core keys because she's a designatordriver and she's always the bitter one that would tassir a twenty would knew what you do is you you say hey i got some modes realistic slim you look at those not mine are they yours in a nutshell we will go over and score from down and you could they're moving on the other chester eulogy distracted with food yes the hotline it's kinda like what i do is i take mozzarella sticks i break him in pieces and i walk away from the table dropping them on the ground like bread breadcrumbs w will just combined like a vacuum cleaner scooping them up and then i can run over and talk to the hot one ferment of oil sometimes you just have to do it together of course but there's nothing wrong with them now the good old days why can it be like that still who now now you literally have to just tread this bizarre line between you know once again flirtation and being a jerk what's harassment what's not i think most guys aren't gonna walk over and say something obscene you know what i mean like he has started off with at least i don't hold low you know but when whole load hour as you sexually harassing harassed memorizing them because they don't like it but that's that's morphed into so many other things like one one you're married ghana girls married and you get a divorce whatever instantly the woman gets everything yes italy in in the guy's got to scrounge to make ends meet while the woman's live in a high life a milla's case do you know you know what that reminds me that reminds me of the whole reparations thing for slavery because back in the old days the horrible things happen african americans i get it should be reparations no leave change stuff everybody's moved on blah blah blah blah blah everything's okay now with women the reason that when you got a divorce they got the house and they got alimony and child support was because they were homemakers and they didn't work and they had.

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"tassir" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Public radio is terminating its contracts with garrison keillor in his prod media companies following allegations of inappropriate behaviour with an individual who worked with killer last month pr was notified of allegations relating to killers contact when he produced a prairie home companion and outside bob firm was retained to conduct an independent investigation at this time it's believed there are no similar accusations involving other staff in a statement npr said they take the allegations seriously and are committed to maintaining a safe respectful and supportive work environment for all employees and associates tassir radl reporting investigating after a twoyearold died earlier this month at a foster home on st paul's eastside the girl had stopped breathing in paramedics were unable to revive her a spokesman for ramsey county says the home was inspected four days before the girl died in no concerns were raised in spite of talks breaking down between president trump and senate democrats the president's and republicans are hoping for a win on their tax bill which the senate may vote on this week carlton college political analyst stephen sheer says failure to act uh setback for both the president and the republican party because otherwise the republican congress ten point two very few accomplishments with a republican president republicans say their plan simplifies the tax code and helps out the middleclass democrats argue the bill savers the rich this is in in in balance of nature's fruits and veggies i love it i stay a tremendous step friend in my skin and my nails than my hair in my gee i'm like this the people at i hear on the radio you know i've had vitamins before but um this is uh makes a bigger much bigger difference than bipartisanship that's for sure.

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"tassir" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The minnesota news network i'm tassir arrayed all recent sexual misconduct allegations against senator al franken have a number of organizations and supporters distancing themselves from the lawmaker anneline university political science professor david schultz says even though these are only allegations many of these groups are afraid of continued relationship with the senator could affect their causes right now we decree all these issued from equal moral wave taken appro good output of thinking through the complexity what they did sold says he's also surprised senator franken hasn't come forward in person said comment on the allegation uh it's three dozen women former coworkers of senator al franken during his time met saturday night live have signed a statement of support for the senate her the women acknowledge that franken's behavior toward lien tweet enduring a uso tour in two thousand six was quote stupid but they say they've never experienced improper behaviour from him franken is accused of inappropriate kissing and touching with sweden and another woman he posed for a picture with at the minnesota state fair in two thousand ten frank and has not been seen in public since the allegations surfaced last thursday scott peterson reporting a former downtown rochester coffee shop owner convicted of having sex with a 14yearold boy has lost his appeal in minnesota court of appeals issued a ruling upholding 47yearold christopher holloway's conviction of third and fourth the great criminal sexual conduct this says eminent our sold soldout 2017 iheart radio music festival from las vegas to nice wednesday colder twenty of the biggest artists on the planet.

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"tassir" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on KOMO

"On komo news steve pool has the forecast good morning folks here's what you need to know today we're going to start off on a bit of a chili note just be aware will got temperatures in the 30's and a lot of our areas out there other than that we're going to have a lot of sunshine for your high temperatures the afternoon should be right around seventy degrees so yes chile in the morning that that will turn around thinking like the afternoon grab your sunglasses in the komo weather center i'm steve pool has hour 56 degrees in seattle stay connected stay informed this is komo news komo news 1205 art sanders top local stories from the komo twenty four seven news center and north banned woman who shot in the back that night in las vegas made a terrifying escaped with her husband almost tanielu tassir has their harrowing story of survival amid johnston has rarely left his wife just side not since the moment she was shot in the back the thirty yards away from center stage when the storm gunfire erupted was terrifying shop that was only about a half second nazi when mike was more of gotta get my wife out ear nick picked up his breathing wife they ran for their lives that people are just jump in it and just laying down just fog over suddenly strangers appearing one with a stretcher just rolled her down the street we started running on the back alley another loaded them into his truck russian them to the hospital doctor james best as a surgeon in tacoma and happened to be at the concert sunday as well one of his top priorities was to stop the bleeding on people who were gravely injured i mean there were people that were dead and we got there i mean we've had in the observer with a neck to the neck and you're awake rapidly and she didn't make it he says she's going through a lot of emotions right now he gets teary eyed every time he sees his kids now everett police need help fighting the shooter who killed a teenage boy last night at the walden.

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"tassir" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Never let you down i've been in washington less time than the president has and we become friends personal friends we work we have the same goals same agenda at senator luther strange is facing a tough challenge keeping the cd was appointed to fill in today's primary runoff roy more backed by a lot of trump supporters including sarah palin and steve bannon the same gang this going after roy more is the same game the went after donald trump the x white house chief strategist says a real uh you know review has to be done of how president trump got the wrong information in came down on the wrong side of the football league new football the president's tweeted four times while the nfl controvresy release it as they take it easy collectively boos can't be her entire cowboys team took a neighbor for the national anthem on espn the president wrote they were the loudest bouzis heard but he says it's a big move forward the cowboys and cardinals stood for the anthem he says the nfl should make it a rule to stand if now to a half dozen trump white house staffers who used private email according to the new york times sources say the uses occasional it's not illegals along as the messages are afforded and preserve the hillary clinton goals abide of apocryphal ecuador facts needs a new leader it's ceo is out after a hack attack fox's ginny cazzola has more live dave thanks chief executive richard smith is rip tiring effective today he says it's in the best interest of the company to have new leadership the credit reporting agency is dealing with a massive hacking accessing the person no information of one hundred forty three million americans smith is scheduled to testify before a senate banking committee next week dave jenny a big bust in college basketball federal prosecutors of announced fraud and corruption charges against ten people four of them were coaches at oklahoma state auburn university arizona and southern cal there are numerous incidents says in the probe of bribes paid by athlete advisers fox news faran balance we're kind tassir rate on see teenagers were killed in a crash on interstate ninety four a minneapolis overnight the state patrol says the vehicle was going the wrong way when he collided head on with the car the teens were in the victims have not been identified but the.

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"tassir" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nights tale and the peasants tell these are stories about people falling in love in difficult circumstances and this sort of you know problems than insanity is that emerge from that and i remember when i got that essay from michael about trust as well he has a really good esi about chaucer i making a really impressive these details on the nights tell and the peasants tale miller's tara tell rather that he's called out here this is this is really cool and there's only one i was going back and thinking about this book in recent years the essay on the jumped tassir says about desire about what it means to be struck by beauty from the plenty of being in prison and the might sell some is in prison and sees a beautiful woman walking in the yard below and michael interprets this tell to to make it argued about desire and the way in which desire makes a man's life unpredictable as i was reading working on this book there it is that was michael telling me about his experience of falling in love with pre and so that's how you get it yes he called me and told me to fall in love and we talked a bit about her and he sent me a photo of free and so forth but the truest biggest expression that he provided with me of his experience to falling in love with brie was through an essay he wrote about trust her so michael was released from prison did he seen different did it seemed like he was a different person from spending all the time in prison well let's see what's the easiest they answer that question i mean i spent a lot of time visiting michael so in that regard i already knew when he came out who he was by then and so if question is how is he different front when he got out from when he went in the answer would be these still had all of his beautiful smile and his ability to bring joy into a group and into a conversation and bring light into the room but there was a quieter piece beneath all of that so when he was a.

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"tassir" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"tassir" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Jumped tassir says about desire about what it means to be struck by beauty from the plenty of being in prison and the might sell some is in prison and sees a beautiful woman walking in the yard below and michael interprets this tale to to make it i heard about desire and the way in which desire makes a man's life unpredictable as i was reading working this book is there it is that was michael telling me about his experience of falling in love with brie and so that's how you get it yes he called me and told me he'd fall in love then we talked a bit about her and he sent me a photo of brie and so forth but the truest biggest expression that he provider with me of his experience a falling in love with brie was through an essay he wrote about chaucer so michael was released from prison did he seen different did it seemed like he was a different person from spending all the time in prison well let's see what's the easiest way to answer that question i mean i spent a lot of time visiting michael so in that regard i already knew when he came out who he was by them and so if question is how is he different front when he got out from when he went in the answer would be these still had all of his beautiful swire out in his ability to bring joy into a group and into a conversation entous bring light into the room but there was a quieter piece beneath all of that so when he was a kid he really thought you know his living on the surface of himself completely and you definitely felt built sort of last years in prison and when he came out that there were these sort of subterranean quiet waters that you weren't green have access to underneath the joy and warmth and generosity and gentleness that he was giving to everyone yes so clearly he wasn't sharing everything but he didn't seem harder angry no no not at all now he was excited to be out exuberance ready ready ready boy he was we were all so confident that he was ready and he.

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