25 Burst results for "Thirty Men"
Cantlay Comes up Clutch to Beat DeChambeau in Playoff at BMW
"Patrick Cantlay has outlasted Bryson the sambo in a dramatic play off to win the BMW championship in Maryland can't I secured the win with a birdie on the sixth extra hole up of the two and finished twenty seven under in a record low scoring week I played really well all week you know at the beginning of the week I didn't realize it would take that many under par at just force a playoff but I had you know a lot of good shots today and it was just enough it was the fourth week in a row the two had finished in sudden death the fourteenth of the season it was cap placed third win this year and listen to the top of the FedEx standings as the elite thirty man field now heads into the season ending tour championship in Atlanta I'm Graham like us
More Questions Than Answers With Paul Beam
"Today. Special guests founder of man camp true north organization in the host of the true north man. Podcast paul beam. Welcome to the show. Paul that glad to be here. Michael things are happening brother. Thanks for being on. Thanks for taking the time. So tell us a little bit about your Your show your organization little just a brief history on what it is and what you do sir. Yes so turn. North man exists. To help man experience freedom of fulfillment by tapping more into their identity in their purpose Really helping them figure out what direction that is. They would like take regardless of fulfilling their purpose. Man camp is one of our bents. We hosted two weekend events and that is kind of where we just start spread in the circus if you will of really walk through a process kinda helps them Dive into vision. Identity and purpose for life As far themselves small town texas boy here in a little town called bertram in middle of central texas and the so as far as Started man cap in two thousand fifteen out here. In the middle of central texas town called weren't twelve acres and since then we have. We have moved into another small town called mullin texas where we have thirty two makers now and so we. We started with the twelfth fifteen guys. At our first event we now cap it at one hundred thirty men at each of our bits.
"thirty men" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"Us today. Welcome to the show katie. And he's so much ladies. We are so excited. A brand new season were jumping right back into it. How are you feeling what's going on. I feel like you kind of had a very quick turnaround. See i feel the complete opposite. It's like i've been waiting this whole month. This to air in its final year. Oh and we're excited to. But like how i want to go back because i think when before you were announced as the bachelorette there was rumors for weeks like it's going to be katie. It's not going to be katya. there's going to be katie. it's not going to be katie. What were you thinking during those times and did you have any idea that this is actually where you were gonna be. No the i heard that rumor People from the shah is like. I'm sorry i missed. That was kind of like a whirlwind for me and then it wasn't really official until it was announced it was michelle and i not like officially hit and thought that you were sending signals out on social media. I remember you put up an instagram story. I think you might have been throwing a rose out the window and there was a song playing. Have anything to do with it or was that just a coincidence. Look i'm a big internet when it comes season. So i'm sorry in advance. That's gonna bug you. But i have. Yeah we love. Obviously everybody loved you after matt season. Did you expect that kind of edit to happen. Because i think from what we saw from you and i think it's what a lot of guys are saying about you from your season now. Is that you really like to stand up for yourself. You don't take any shade. Utah has you just are yourself and we saw that in matt season. Did you expect that outcome waiting to watch it back or was kind of surprise to you. I was actually kind of surprised. I mean what you've i saw was my perspective of my experience but there were so many other women's well you never know whose stories you're gonna see your wet moments moment's gonna see and so of course. I was nervous going into it and never expected the kind of support that i was getting as it was airing and were you shocked when matt sent you home honestly. Yeah i've never gone through this before. So i didn't know how it worked so in the moment on like. Oh we're right on track. We're going to hometowns. This is great and then watching it back. no. I didn't stand a chance. Yeah and watching you know and the conversation around a lot of matt season was about the girls and how you guys were getting along and not getting along and the fights not what has been so great. Afterwards on social media is seeing. How close all of you guys are from matt season like you. If you watched season you would think god these girls. Like i don't know like are they ever gonna talk to each other ever again but we see you guys hanging out with each other all the time. How is that but because it feels like you guys have created almost like a sisterhood aftermath season. Yeah i'm glad you bring that up. Because people are still slow on the drama. They forget to see the outcome. Know all women went through something. That was very hard and once you stop dating the same guy. It's amazing what that can do for your friendship. That is so true. Do you guys still talk about the season. And what happened or you guys past it. And who would you say you are closest with. Now from that season. I mean i think with that season where all ready to move forward especially you know heading into the bachelorette season now just any. I talked to every day and then a land who is An earlier person went home. Those are the check huntley top daily. That's awesome we love it. We love see you as and we're in new york so we see all the ladies are always running around together. They look like they have such a good time but coming off of matt season. What kind of lessons did you learn from. You know being a contestant to now your the lead urine the driver see like what. What did you know going into your season. You wanted to change. I think the biggest thing i wanted to do is make sure all the men felt really included in my season that they actually had a chance. You know it felt like matt was closed off to some of the women. And i know how that impacted them and that was not what i wanted my guys experienced. So you'll see that we kind of create this really big bond with the guys and it's like this bromance is happening just very refreshing love it. Do you feel like you almost had a little eye opening experience being in the driver's seat maybe understanding a bit more. What matt was going through because you are trying to balance having a relationship with so many guys. Yeah in the moment. I got home. I tex rachel and said tell matt my heart goes out to him because being lead is extremely difficult and it's not something that anyone can really understand unless you've been through it. Yeah yeah and how did you feel when It was announced that it was going to be you and michelle together. Because i think there was some confusion. You're a fan of the show you know for us. We're like oh. My god is the second kaitlyn bristowe situation where we're getting to bachelorettes again. And i thought we were past that. But you guys are getting your own individual seasons which is so awesome. And what did you if you did speak to michelle. What did you guys speak up. I mean she she said katie. Fix the problems in. I'll see the summer happy. Our seasons i think are very different. We are very different people. And she's so deserving. I'm very happy for her as well. Yeah definitely definitely how we were talking about. Were so excited. For like i said caitlin and and teasha to be a part of your season. How is it getting along with those ladies and kind of getting their guidance. The first moment. I realized that they were going to be there for me was surprise. And i'm like overwhelmed with emotion. I think almost cry So relieved and they're really. They're like from start to finish like they're not just there for like a rose ceremony. There like sisters helping me with really good advice helping me get through the whole entire journey and without them. I really couldn't have done it with without a doubt. Yeah we are really excited to see because we we love both teixeira and caitlyn. We think they're great. And i think that it's awesome that as a woman bachelorette. You're going to have to women that can help you out. That have been through it. They know what you're going through. And i feel like that's comforting at the same time. Now we saw some rumors reports about the guy's not being comfortable with all the female energy going on. Would you say that was true or did you not pick that up during the season. I don't know what guy wrote that. Thirty men i don't know what kind of girl energy is overwhelming for you but i thought it was perfect and that's what we took from it. I was like. I really don't know how these guys feel like. There's not enough guys in the room to be comfortable like that's crazy to me so glad you said that. Yeah let's talk about some first nights situations. The first nate like you're sitting there the limo pulls up. How are you feeling and like. Did you think that anybody really bombed their limo entrance. Oh my gosh. I mean the. Rv without a doubt was a big fail yet creepy. I don't know i wasn't feeling it. You know but then but then you have connor in a cat suit. And.
"thirty men" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"Like palley felt like the paley fans saz and we were in the press line so we were like in front of all these professionals and we show up our scrub and like our eye bones to like dude like you interview videos these people and a big chunk of them like buying Who are these giacomo like. Did a whole scene with us he was. He's happy like he was so down to just be so fun. Cool so i like giacomo is like the ultimate love. Both really upcoming everyone. I mean i will say. I will say there were no limit. Admiral was gray. We haven't had any experiences like that. Ruins everything winning made us length than more. The would you guys say are the best seasons. Because i started watching grey's a few months ago and then i had to stop around season five because i was watching at a rapid pace right like i. I was clocking in like two season. It was it was i. I was alarming. Like she really until like a whole and she would be texted me at three in the morning. I'm still watching. And i can't turn it off. I fell into a dark hole. And i had to stop because i was like actually depressed and grey's anatomy was just making it so much worse i was like i think she was like really sad. I noticed myself with every new zealander the sun it was. it was turning sour fast. But i have. I i keep saying this that i have to get back into it because i feel like i'm going to better place now that maybe i can handle it again. But what do you guys are the best seasons. I mean those seasons that you watch are like julie was. He's in five but she said oh. My gosh yeah. She hasn't even got into light plane crash. Excuse plane crash. She hasn't even seen way. Tanya what did you say either. These excellent grades nominee. I started watching it. I never watched it until I remember the year obviously but it was it was. It was new year's eve and i didn't have plans. I remember very vividly. Was brad that debt and thirty first and i went home department and i on nearly by started watching from season one episode. One grey's anatomy and that will next day january i. I didn't stop until i was up to the current season. I think it was like eleven or something so for almost four months. I was antisocial. I was faced having back every other day crying. Because somebody has i've yup I didn't do anything. I just binged. Grades just to be caught up for four months. I was totally there with you. The it sucks you in. And like i'm proud of you for like pulling out of it and even yourself because i couldn't do it and was like not good for probably a my like social ills and my mental health. Because i just didn't do anything else. Exactly that's what was happening. Like people were highly concerned that i was crushing a cost. Two seasons in a week wants everyone was like whoa like you need to take it easy because it's also not like how tv now those early seasons like you watch. It's a new show on netflix. Or hulu or something and it's like ten to thirteen episodes. Those early seasons of grey's anatomy twenty one to twenty four every time episodes in. They're all our long love episode. But i'm going to get back to it. Because i obviously i want to get to the plane crash. I want to get to the other people. Dying shooting episodes modes. Oh my gosh. that's it is kinda funny. That and i guess to start landmarks. It's i ever gone to win. This person talks. I remember when i was younger. My mom used to watch grey's every thursday night Well she would record it thursday night and watch it on friday morning when my i was at work and she didn't work on fridays so some days. I would stay home from school. Because i'd be like oh what's this show. She's watching. I wanna see what's good. And i remember the shooting episode. I don't know why. I just lol door is a child. I remember i was like i gotta watch this show later on in life. Yeah absolutely but because you are no big bachelor bachelor fans or y'all what are your thoughts for this upcoming season. We know this. Because i will say and this is kind of a little grey's anatomy ask in the fact that like it was going for so long. Unfortunately what the pandemic like the way these scheduled everything there was no break like it when Like immediately back in the fall and then into the winter and then into matt like there was there was no inbetween. Where there's like. You got a couple of weeks where you're not watching so we do a live show called cutting stems every monday after the episode at ten pm live from our studio so like we were doing it for so long we were kinda getting a little bit of out and the last few weeks without it we were like. Wow this has just been a little refreshing pin now. We're like we're and now we know that it's going to were doing the same thing. Because it's going katie paradise and then michelle there. They doubled up on bachelorette seasons again so there isn't going to be the break in the fall again. It's just so like oh boy here comes here comes from. I'm always excited. Because it's just you know i will never get tired of the bachelor. Of course i mean we got excited every season. But i think on top of that there was like this really negative article that came out about this upcoming season that like kinda painted Teasha and caitlyn badly and made it seem like they can't do it without chris. Harrison remember the article on. Yeah yeah discourse around around this new season. They're just been like weird talks about what happened at on the show. I kid you not like we saw people being like. It's too much female energy. Yeah which is like ridiculous. I'm like a weird a narrative to put out there before the season even air being like the even know it wrote the article. So i think there was one on page six and maybe i e there was sources are saying that the male contestants felt like they missed out because they didn't that father figure and chris harrison that the energy between like tation caitlyn got competitive with katie because every it was like it it just seemed like such bullshit that the that those three women couldn't all have their show moments. It was like okay. I feel like that's a little farfetched. Yeah they created like this weird narrative around it like you said like katy couldn't fully shine to her full potential because tayshia caitlyn have big per se and so that takes away from katie or whatever and we were just kind of like why can't they all exist and these thirty men are crying about not having enough met. There's more men than women. There's thirty men. They're in like i mean their expectations for how they're gonna seek christner's was kinda skewed like some allied to them and left more like involved with the bachelor eloquent. The guy on the bachelor you'll see him in china. It's like the exactly. Yeah he goes. Yeah figure about. How do you look back on your time on on the bachelor i i mean i had the best time amount both seasons. I had the best on life. But i think i'm i'm really grateful to be able to say that 'cause i know some people don't really feel that way but I just glad. I went when he dead because i feel like it kind of even though i watched it i never watched him before i went on and i watch it now like every season but it would just be hard to go on and like fully embrace the experience without thinking about like. Am i going to happen. Followers to light be influence. Or after this. You know like i can. We didn't even talk about it or anything. Like when he got off us like oh cooling more people get to see my blurry weirdly filters you know what it was like at the time. Yeah the whole thing is very It's just it's different now. And i do think that there's been like i don't know if it's because claire what went what went down with clare all happened so quickly and then the response to that is like okay. People like all katie season is kind of like clair's like she. She ended earlier. Something who knows. It's all speculation at this point until we until we watch it but like you said the show's has changed a lot since When you're on it. And i think that like right now we're in such a evolution such a period of change for that show and like there's just so many conversations that are happening that need to happen and they're still trying to find where they belong. You know. I think they are trying to put their right foot forward. I mean it's a show that started when things were very different. So they're adjusting and I'm excited i'm excited. I love caitlyn.
"thirty men" Discussed on American History Tellers
"Seven o'clock not yet dusk when an initial small group of thirty men intent on defending roland arrived at the courthouse. These were greenwood neighbors. Who had an attended the meeting at the star. The feelings that defending roland was the right thing to do. Had rippled throughout the neighborhood and this group also mostly veterans had don their uniforms. Grab their guns and driven across town to offer help to sheriff mccullough when they arrive there at least seven hundred whites men women and children at the courthouse jeering mccullough who is trying vainly to disperse the crowd o w gurley had already made it to the courthouse. They're mccullough had urged him to go home and calm down the greenwood residents and persuade them to stay away from the courthouse but it was too late. Girly couldn't turn back. The waves of men from greenwood. Barney cleaver had also made it over to the courthouse. The african american deputy sheriff hurried over to the greenwood vets boys. You're not doing this right. He said according to later court testimony. There isn't anybody gonna get that boy tonight. He's perfectly safe here. He shouldn't have done this thing for only stirs up race trouble. Go on home and behave yourselves uneasily. The veterans did cleaver told maybe despite appearances the sheriff did have the situation under control so they returned over the frisco tracks and into greenwood back to their homes and families but the trouble had just begun the greenwood men were not organized and they were angry as the first group returned home. Other groups were just arriving at the courthouse. Had they realized the situation they would encounter. they might have had second thoughts. It was almost dark and the white. Moths had grown from hundreds to thousands by tulsa itself the group was economically mixed by then tulsa was home to some four hundred oil companies seven banks luxury hotels an opera company for train lines and restaurants and shops for miles. It was a playground of the newly wealthy awash in oil money but he was also home to thousands of poor people who had flooded into the city from all over the south and southwest chasing work in the oilfields with the first world. War over demand for oil fell and many people newly settled in tulsa were out of work and resentful throughout the country. The clan played on these fears blaming white unemployment on black economic self sufficiency and nowhere was that contrast greater than in tulsa where poor white people envied the wealth and success so apparent in greenwood. This was also fueled by moonshine. Although alcohol had been illegal in oklahoma even before the ratification of the nineteenth amendment. It was still everywhere. The crowd had attracted rough oil workers and many unemployed poor white people barely hanging on by sundown at the courthouse. Many were drunk. Some held open bottles in one hand and weapons and the other others were unarmed remain. So for long. The situation was quickly growing more dangerous. Both sides of the tracks men were roaming the streets. Some urging fighting others attempting to call things down in the latter group was a young green resident named columbus f gabe. Gabe was heading from the courthouse to the safety of his home when he ran into some african american veterans. Three carloads of men including some who had been at the meeting at.
"thirty men" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"Then all of a sudden like founded in a somebody pointed to a bush and was like all right. I'll take you to it. Just pointed to a bush. Was there with my passport waiting. So what happened to me like you said that real so you somebody stole it and then you went started going. I went okay. check out. we're finished a show and melbourne. The show was so dope the like everybody. There was amazing like the hospitality was amazing in the green room. I go pissed the the bathroom is like outside of the green room but ten feet away go piss. Couldn't couldn't have been more than a minute. And a half comeback. Look behind the couch raid. Hid my my my backpack with like dj in my passport. Yeah fucking gone in a minute and a half. someone went in there and took it. I don't know what there's a limited suspect pool. I'm that i tell you. I swear to god by flights are flights in like two hours. We have to stay up. You know it was. One of those nights tore life baby. And i'm like asking the security guards like you know. Is there cameras. Who like what the fuck. It can't be very far so they're all on it. They're they're super cool. And then all of a sudden like outside hanging out just like what the fuck manga you going to have to start going to the airport now and dealing deal with this some fucking comes up and goes hey. Are you looking for your backpack. And i was like yeah idiot like all right. I didn't do this. But i know where it is. I'm like i don't give a fuck. Just take me to it. Like i don't care what you want going to pay you. And then he takes me around the corner and it's just a bush so they're like yeah they stashed in there and take it later. They went through my laptop trying to find things like music. I don't know. And luckily i got it back but that was that's trillions are all criminals they tell you underneath at home. That's not racist because it's a country country that's true. Is it a continent continent. You're right you know. Let's see if we can name the seven continents. Four of them begin with a north america south america africa europe asia antarctica australia. Goddamn smart to second grade. He's a very important part of your glow up which was skip age Tommy hilfiger campaign. Oh yeah tell you get to my questions yet. Which is oh some really strong coffee out the exact same time but hang on the tommy. Hilfiger thing you gotta explain that with a lien stuff. Yes yes so. I basically got like the big blow up within the modeling thing at the time. Tommy who figure this shit. And i got a tommy hilfiger campaign and it was like on all the buses it was on all the source magazine back then it was like it was like a big campaign because matteo figures this shit and then i went on. Tommy hilfiger tour where we'd take a tour bus from new york to l. a. And stop in all these malls across the city and do fashion shows and it was with a lia qadadha and rashida jones The the campaign was called. It's in the genes pun celebrities. Kids i was the only non celebrity kid on the tour. It was like Luke flynn errol flynn's grandson jackson browne's son ethan. Brown jones jones quincy jones daughters. Married a front of the pot educate. Now oh interesting. Yeah friend of the pod should be a podcast because everyone always says friend of the pali exists does and so i was like an actually. I'm sorry i was wrong. Leah was the other person who wasn't a famous person kids. So me and leah. Were on the tour and i was just she was the sweetest member hanging out. And leo is so sweet she was just like this cool ass chick just down to earth like we just watch movies in hotel rooms and kick it and she was just like for such a big star at the time. This is like her peak. She was just the homey and so that was like a big look at the time to be like in that world. Associate with guys doing like private flying private everywhere. No that was i. That's a whole nother chapter. Which would be like the paris hilton. Charlie sheen private jet chapters. That's a whole nother one scratching the surface today. Yeah my life cliche. I mean how do you guys have a hard out hard on me besides like all right now. that's it. could you guys do for a little bit longer. Let's see. I gotta be back in joshua tree. It's a another fifteen art. Let's go to a quick break and we'll come back and do another fifteen hopefully more than fifty keep going keep going. It's time to get the low down on the down below. After the age of thirty men's body starts age everywhere and that includes the nether regions. That's why leading urologists.
"thirty men" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Of the traffic conditions. They have to spend a lot of time in these buses. This is an enormous means of infection on the north side of rio is another favila jekyll. Zeal cinderblock homes narrow streets heat. The atlanta hit has been a primary doctor there for six years. Everything from corona -cations to people who have lost their jobs and can't feed their families. Be key so negra. Emma papa sonke thing. She says we know that the black population has more of a chance of getting seriously ill from covid nineteen because of the high levels of diabetes and hypertension in black communities. She pins much of the blame on president zone auto who has long denied the seriousness of the pandemic and called for the economy to remain open. Despite the risk to many people's lives and in particular. The lives of brazil's poor coaching g kanye. She says if we look at the majority of essential in informal workers in brazil the majority are black. But they haven't been prioritized in the national vaccination plan so the choices of who we prioritize to vaccinate. I says a lot about bolsonaro policies of death. It says a lot about the bodies that we're going to let die. As of late march white brazilians had received two times as many vaccinations as black brazilians for the world. I'm michael fox including opus brazil. On sunday a fire broke out in a hospital ward for covid patients in baghdad. A horrific event in the midst of the pandemic eighty two people were killed more than one hundred were injured. The fire reportedly started when an oxygen tank exploded. At least twenty. Eight of the victims were covid. Patients taken offense layers to save them from a fire. Iraq's prime minister mustafa al kadhimi called the fire. A case of negligence iraq healthcare system has been severely impacted by the pandemic. it's also been under significant duress for decades due to sanctions war and neglect marsin Is a post doc fellow at the brookings institute and joins us today from baghdad. What are the past two days. Been like marsin delay discharged. Everyone's been both very angry and very sad. I think the most similar recent experience that we've seen in the regions beirut bombing in august in which people witnessed such tragedy that there seems to be no sufficient anger knows sufficient sadness properly. Can it seems like a metaphor for everything wrong. That's been happening. In iraq just compounded crises all was hitting the most vulnerable the mood in the city today given all this background. Can you just describe what the city feels like today. Just to give you an idea of how the Crises everytime one happens just hits harder because we're in the middle of this vaccination campaign. That's not going very successfully because people don't have trust in the state and so it is just came at the worst time and that's why i think it was such awful tragedy in. Why keeps resonating with people here so iraq's healthcare system after decades of neglect marsin. Do you have faith that the iraqi government can pit after all this neglect and just fix the system. So such tragedies don't occur again. I think in the way cassette tragedies they cry and impetus for change One of the ways in which they're ocoee government may be pressured into doing so is by simply by public anger in public rage. We saw twenty nineteen that public dissatisfaction amounted to some change in the government. You know we had a change in prime minister. But if i think that's something that the political elite will you know do of their own volition independently than i. My faith is a tendon. How would you say wars and sanctions. That iraq is experienced in the last few decades. How those work to exacerbate the situation directly as you can imagine. I mean cycles of violence. Make it so that even advancements if there were any in healthcare equipment or building institutions would always be hindered by cycles of violence that would continuously erupt in that would make be attacks on infrastructure likely but it also would make the situation difficult for doctors to want to stay in the country and contribute to a brain drain but indirectly one of the things up as less often discussed is particularly the sanctions era in its impact on iraqi education the decline of the education system. It's also the training has been severely lacking there too. And that can all be traced back to decline of education neurotic over the last thirty forty years frontally more soon. Is there any expectation or demand in baghdad that the us should be doing more to support iraq's healthcare system the conversation around the us's role in her has been diminishing over the years. I think iraqis now more look to their government in terms of these are your failures. Which is what we need from you it looking at the us perhaps retrospectively in discussions of what happened in two thousand three but not in the moment not in reaction to this marsin osha. Marie as opposed to fellow at the brookings institute joins us today from baghdad. Thank you for bringing us up to speed on this. Thank you for having me. Iran's government is hard to penetrate but thanks to a leaked recording. we're getting a rare glimpse into the inner workings of iran's leadership. Iran's foreign minister mohammad javad zarif represents the islamic republic on the world stage and in a three hour conversation zarif. He can be heard complaining how he has zero influence over. Iran's foreign policy and that iran's revolutionary guard corps calls the shots and ignores government. we asked story russia's easy at new york university to talk about this. He recently published a book called shadow. Commander sulejmani us and iran global ambition. I interestingly arosh. The iranian foreign minister did focus some of his comments on qassem soleimani. The revolutionary guard leaders asked by the us in january twenty twenty. What did he say about sola money. It basically talks about how what he calls the. That's sort of divorced. He uses in his clear that he's referencing to see and particularly to soleil money himself. He basically says that they run everything in fact not just foreign policy but they effectively set even the domestic policies in iran and the dirt in charge and the priority is always with them and that e on crucial matters of foreign policy not only that he was a member of the national security council. Who is the country's top diplomat. Not only he doesn't have a role he is not even informed. So i gather you've listened to the entire three hours of this recording. This was an interview with an economist and reportedly and was part of an oral history project. What was the big takeaway from this conversation. Does it reshape how we think about. Iran's inner workings of government the biggest takeaway is that it shows the extent to which the c. awesome soy money and the military leadership in iran really ruled the roost and the degree to which the vast degree to which there is play. Second fiddle to them. Now we knew this on the basics of it but it confirms to us the vast and sheer extent to which it exists and very is happy and ready to go on tape about it because after all he went on tape. It wasn't private conversation. And then second thing. I would say that any iran the interests of those who want better ties with divest and those one better ties with russia and china are seen as upholstery charter to the degree that comes an openly claims that russia actively sabotage the nuclear talks because he wanted iran that is too reliant on russia itself and has voiced and vent as far as colluding with awesome story. See to disrupt the process of reconciliation between iran and west so this league recording comes as nuclear talks are going on in vienna. Another round to see if the deal can be restarted. Do think czarist comments might affect the talks in some way definitely affect them on a number of right now. He's a diplomat. He should know how to turn things around if he wants to. In the negotiation room and there have been many positive soundings as you know about the state of the talks. Iran and the united states have said that they want the same thing which is a return to date on the announce. They don't agree about how to get there and they don't agree about what to do from there but they do agree about getting there does seem to be enough grounds for them to reach a deal and i think that's still very much a possibility if i stayed one step. If iran and by random honey who caused the final shot or we'll do this historian rush. Azizi recently published shadow commander sulejmani. Us iran global ambition. He's been speaking with us about leaked comments from iran's foreign minister that gives us a rare closer look at the workings of iran's leadership. Arosh thank you very much for your time today. Thank you so much. Thank you very much over the past few months. We've heard a lot about the many families and teenagers traveling to the. Us mexico border. We hear less about the men crossing adult men alone. They still represent the majority of people. Crossing the border reporter on either steen visited a migrant shelter in mexico where men rest and prepare before crossing the desert and that dangerous final stretch to the border every day before lunch at the shelter. There is a prayer by the new thirty men. Stand in line with plastic bowls and spoons. This migrant shelter is about a ten minute drive from the arizona border in the mexican town of salita. It's in the sonoran desert where it can get searingly hot by day and freezing at night there two concrete rooms with bunk beds and a makeshift kitchen. It's.
"thirty men" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"We talked about this. We didn't make it official. The only way i would make the make. The rule official the very next year. I e this year would be if it was the unanimous eight teams out of eight. all say. Yeah let's do it. That means everybody's excited do it in twenty twenty one. I guess the other side of this though would be. They probably voted on this. Maybe late march or early april. This season doesn't start for another five months. What would be the harm in encouraging. More trades in changing the approach to the rookie only draft. Now like why would that be a bad thing to implement this now because you need a full year to change these things. You could change these things in five months. Sure but you're still doing something to benefit though the five fantasy managers that are deep quarterback. The only thing like it's also eighteen league. There's plenty still available if it was a twelve hour leagues a fourteen league. It would be a nightmare to make that change in the middle because it would be legitimately hard for some team to acquire a second quarterback since they don't log into league for years at a time but in an eight team league. I think they should be able to make that. Like how many quarterback around the waiver wire unless. We're talking about thirty men benches through that hoarding mahomes and cuyler murray and russell wilson. You may have four or five quarterbacks on your team but i just think that would encourage more trade for this year and make a little bit more fun and also changed the approach for the rookie only draft which it probably be changed anyway because people start looking ahead to next year but i would change personally For this year to make it a little bit more interactive in terms of the traits. All right last email today comes from taco greetings from city east of beijing so taco wants. No he's in twelve team dynasty super flex. This one's fine. I'll be facing this decision. That seems.
"thirty men" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"Just hit the wall prozac a day. That's a cpa twenty four. To thirty men. Were only be actress tv. Show now the average. Nothing relied the satisfaction. Not rob skirts. Show other guy. Balking mexico happens one. God great back way fifty five..
Copenhagen's Palads Teatret
"If you were to ask Copenhagen Irs. About plaster this Pastel colored eye catching cinema located in the heart of the city. Just a stone's throw from Arne Jacobsen conic. Sas. Royal Hotel. They will likely describe it as for key fun and charming building a site that has for years made up a unique and special part of the cityscape the building dates back just over a century and was the city's former train station. Yet as demand grew and passenger numbers increased a new bigger station was built close by and palace went onto become Scandinavia's biggest entertainment center at the time. Counting roughly three thousand seats and space for thirty man orchestra. And after years of renovations and adjustments, the space turned into the seventeen screen cinema it is today. It took its distinctive look in the eighties when Danish artist Paul Gann coated the building's facade with a vivid mix of Pastel, hued blues and pinks. Turning the site from architectural landmark into a piece of art.
"thirty men" Discussed on The Big 98
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"thirty men" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"To reopen as soon as that public health restrictions aimed at limiting the spread of this virus are lifted this according to a survey that was conducted by the downtown Austin alliance yeah they indicate you know how fast could you open up are you ready to open up can you open up and fifty percent say they could open immediately twelve percent say within a week fourteen percent within a month and about three percent say they can open up a little bit longer than a month from now wow yeah the other twenty percent say they're just not sure yeah yeah the downtown Austin alliance surveyed eighty businesses and finding that fifty percent of them plan to open up the immediately while twenty three percent say they're just not quite sure haha huh well it it obviously it takes a lot more than just unlocking the door and indeed it is a lot of ramping up a lot of hiring the autumn you got to hire a lot of these businesses and just set up fire people or let him go not fire but yet you know will not be offered their jobs back into it if they don't take the job back then they lose their unemployment benefit us the reality there so there's some extra motivation to to get back there could be some fear from some pain yeah that none of the best MLS package is get people back to work that's exactly right yet data for things to work organically like the way they're supposed to is is Billy still on hold no but we have we looks like we have Edwin from Pflugerville hello and one at one yeah yes Sir you're on the air I thank my colleagues want to share I'll be going to Luby's this weekend K. gobies good start out start out easy with home favorite there yeah no they've been opened by drive thru but I can't wait to go on the dining room and give me a fried fish liver and onions do it get out also you for thirty man you get a grown up meal yeah liver and onions that's a good start writing you must must be seventy five years young miss some of those wonderful roles liver and onions on what I hear it's good there you know it is good they got the they got a pretty good thanksgiving dinner well yeah get your formalizes a T. let's keep living alive he's alive he blew it means a lot that's right thank you had one little bit lives matter please you you you are you you talk up movies all the time you're a you're a Luby's represent I don't have I don't have a problem with Luby's what so ever no I don't have a product that I know I A. B. L. I love their chicken I'm it's day I mean that's where you get to your thanksgiving dinner I love their chicken that they do a Topshop which I think is awesome what's a Topshop it's a Topshop stake it's just hamburger meat it's it's hamburger is what it is it's like a Salisbury no no no no Topshop it's it's a sirloin its it's just never heard that phrase it it's it's just basically take a hamburger and format it to look a little bit more like tic tac and then you got a Topshop steak take tack yeah just tiny little white thank the shape of a tic tac informer hamburger meat into that and you got a Topshop steak all right yeah your pounded out its seating well that's personal this is you're eating a hamburger with a fork is basically I can't wait a minute I am not really having this conversation with you you're a grown **** man who's grown up in Texas and tell me what a top chop steak is just never heard that phrase before or chop steak I'm I'm I'm from the younger generation I don't yeah I just never heard that phrase well you didn't grow up here got it going the night hawk restaurant so you would know I grew up in Texas all my life I'm today chopstick believe jobs the brace top job now maybe there's some other element that goes in there other than that but it's basically just it's basically like a sirloin steak this chopped up like hamburger meat and what's the problem with eating a burger with a fork there's not a problem I doubt it did it any point that conversation as you can ahead it's not what you said about anti you said no no if you're tall you kind of had some because I I ate I ate a modified burger last night okay with a fork okay okay build that bond authorized that's how you get a big bodies in the blood well yeah that would be in that form if it's round it's a hamburger steak yeah if you do for me in the form of a like a tic tac yeah we were more but overall it's more of an oval shape then you have a chopstick you sure know how to sell it yeah there you go but I got the I got the double meat double cheese last night I got the based data and mighty fine yes which brings on the side good deal the bought off I also got a fried avocado in there too it was a little dirty how's it work with him as far as pick up do you actually go inside or they do they bring it out to you they can bring it to you okay and I I need to find out if they're going to be opening up their dining room tomorrow as well I don't know I haven't heard from them from the body from our friends over at mid ship ninety five cell reveals call Mitchell over it Rudy five minutes you're listening give us a call is made yeah match five one two eight three six zero five ninety is Rudy finds gonna be open redefines finds money finds at Rudy's country store bar yes they are both of them they hope he's listening I am you want to call her a bag of your barber barber calling from Georgetown barb yes hi I am wanting to say that I am grateful that there are companies that are going back to work for their sake and I'm grateful that there's some restaurants that are opening and I'm also grateful for those that are not opening because they don't feel they are ready yeah so but my point that I will do you want to make is that when somebody calls in and says they think that this is a farce yeah I believe they are slapping the people in the face to have lost precious ones or those that are in the hospital now for it and if they have that feeling but that's the feeling that doesn't need to be fed enough public because there's enough people suffering my daughter is a nurse and she has seen enough people die alone intensely started but I don't think that that caller that called this whole thing a farce I don't think he was being critical of those who have lost lives that's tragic and I I have a feeling that they they they mourn loss as well I think you might be poor and I think that some politicians have used this to to make it political a politicized and it let's be honest this whole thing has been really uncomfortable hasn't it doesn't bother me it's it's really a interrupted our lives a new situation yeah I don't think that somebody should say something like that because people have lost somebody the kid right now well I hear what you're saying yeah I mean I got you you know want to be so sensitive right now yeah I understand thanks mark thanks bye thanks for listening all right yes ma'am any time I just on any minute she's gonna tell me to go get the backyard to get a switch I was terrified she had a tone of voice like my like my grandmother like she was about to just go to town on the I felt judged I I certainly felt guilty about things that maybe I shouldn't feel guilty about yeah that I don't even want to share with you right now well listen this this downtown Austin alliance survey indicates that fifty percent of the business owners are ready and able now to re open yeah Dewart perch I wasn't doing per note was Jennifer Moffett she she's the director of research for the downtown Austin alliance says we believe that this saw this profile is representative of the downtown storefront community although many businesses adapted differently almost all of them experienced significant financial loss of corporate yes there's no doubt about that score sent a survey was open between April ninth and nineteenth during the stay at home order issued by governor Greg Abbott is you know Monday that the governor announced this phased approach where restaurants retailers movie theatres museums can open at twenty five percent capacity there you go and we've got one of those folks right here we got Mitch calling from modified and reduced batch match what's the story how are you guys going to do this yeah well we're setting up our dining rooms and our patio to be you know social distancing they'll be plenty of spaces between were expecting you know the the public to show up about like like one of your call was called in and said about thirty thirty three percent of third of them yeah so we're gonna be ready you know you come and you can eat in the dining room you go ahead and just tell us your eating here we're gonna give you your eating utensils your condiments or sauces so it'll be minimum touching just from the person who you're dealing with at the counter what about you you still got that up those hand washing stations you've always had those little more demand forever yeah than ever yeah a big hit so you start tomorrow tomorrow six AM we're ready to roll over are the is the is is the the employee's gonna bring food to the table how's that gonna work not your you'll get it right like you've always got it all right yeah you know that's it that's it money fines and wanted Rudy's as well so so same way for both places okay yeah gotcha gotcha and then the you know everybody will get there's gonna be no group condiments or plastic where we'll give you individual one when you get your clothes I always like my condiments and group form but okay yes sure we're going to have to just start yeah absolutely K. met you guys how many how many body finds locations and.
"thirty men" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Considered from NPR news has covered nineteen spreads public health officials are telling people to stay home if they feel sick that's not an option in jails and prisons as NPR's Martin costly reports there's concern about protecting inmates staff and the public Robert dry fingers a doctor who spent the last twenty five years working on health care issues inside prisons and jails and he says the social distancing advice the brawl hearing right now is not that simple behind bars there are crowding issues ventilation issues security issues where people have to be checked and monitored fairly frequently so it's really hard to do what he says is jails and prisons are complacent about corona virus they run the risk of becoming as he puts it into breeders since jail and prison staff and prisoners tend to be younger one thinks initially that it's not going to be a big problem but remember that staff work shifts they come in in and out of the facility and they may be bringing that infection home to people who have compromised immune systems when I first started asking jails and prisons what they were doing about corona virus most of them pointed to their existing plans for other infectious diseases such as tuberculosis but now some of them are taking extra specific steps one of the earliest to do so is the south correctional entity or score it's a jail with almost six hundred inmates near Seattle Portland today were wiping down the entire jail including ourselves they were wiping down before and after inmates comment Stephens from is the jails director she says they're orienting their inmates to practice good hand hygiene and she's considering giving them supervised access to hand sanitizer it's usually contraband in jails because of the alcohol content she says they've also identified holding areas with separate air handling to house inmates when they do test positive we have twenty four seven medical coverage and so at this point we're prepared to tree in place and to minimize the risk to the rest of the popular tion still just like the outside world there will be a subset of covert nineteen cases in jails and prisons that will be serious and which will end up adding to the burden of local hospitals Jose Saldana spent thirty eight years in prison we're going to be daily for some of the elderly people that are left behind Soltani is director of an organization in New York called the release aging people in prison campaign he says this crisis is a good reason for clemency boards to be considering which older sick prisoners might stand a better chance of surviving all of this back home let's look at this realistically toward increased to thirty men imprisoned without knowing that they're going to die it's just your ribbons if not yes yes of course there's no way of knowing right now how many older prisoners are actually at risk of dying but there may be other reasons to let some of them go mark stern used to be the top medical officer for the Washington state department of corrections and he's now recommending the jails and prisons at least consider which of their inmates might be safely released early I think we are at that point because we don't want to be caught behind the ball we'd like to be ahead of the ball in other words we don't want to find one day that a number of officers have called in sick and we're having trouble managing the institution he thinks it would be better to talk to judges and parole systems now about who could.
Hellboy talk with Tim
"Are seeing more of change. I think in response to books like Hell Boyer Black Hammer. Where because there is a firm time line and things are happening characters have to react to the things that are happening even if they don't have full context for what's happening so that's what you like about hell boy be. Pr General. Think helpful like you said Houston's Gone Yeah Houston's gone what are you GonNa do hell boy died? What are we going to do? And that's another thing stopped me please. If I'm going off the rails in the world of hell boy. Bpd WHAT HAVE YOU? Death is final unless it isn't and what I mean by that is when like okay but speculate for just a second over. I'm going to spoil recent events in Batman that's okay. I'll put spoiler at the beginning. The Alfred was killed by Bain in Batman a couple months ago Alfred. Dying is a huge deal. It's a very good story. I'll be really hard pressed to say in five years. We're not going to have comics with Alfred. M I think we'll see Alfred Comeback in the hell boy world if there was a a character analogous to Alfred. If he died he'd be dead. There's only been three characters I can think of who haven't stayed dead One of them is Huma Hunky list which is hard work as say I can read it forever. A monkey lists named Roger. Who's liveability is questionable? At best the other two and I could be wrong as well like I'm not concrete giving you information but This based off the best of my recollection the the other two characters would be Rasputin. Who is the main villain and Hell boy himself and when hell boy is brought back it's not his choice. There was There was a thing that I want to say. Scott Allie who was an editor and a writer on BP said is If he said death is final and things will break and if things are repaired they will still remain broken. So if you like break glass table you can put that glass table back together. It's not going to be as strong as it was. And that's kind of a tenant and B P R D if we're gonNA break it we can put it back together but it's not gonna be the same as a storyteller in a fan of of character the way hell boy and it's related books handle stakes is so it's so unlike anything else you're gonNA find in modern pop culture and he loves. Mike loves the supernatural world. Because I hadn't read hell boy before but I read Joe Gholam which is one of my aches works and it has a very supernatural tinder taste to it for lack of a better word but he really loves that supernatural world when I was reading up about how he came up with hell boy and the Supernatural. In general he started. Reading Brahms stroker's Dracula and just got sucked into the all. The supernatural world and missed. Go along with that and even see that. In Gotham by gaslight. Yeah I think that's where he got a lot of this inspiration because like you said. Eprdf just kind of a supernatural monster story arc on each in how he tries to solve this mystery so to speak. But I really like those like you said the BP because they're short. In general. At least the ones I read are fairly short. They're kind of wins a call because they take place in the past share. Well it's it's interesting because Mike men ULA has trusted so many people with his world. Geoff Johns has written for PR. D- we've got Chris. Roberson does a lot of stuff Scott. Allie Gabriel Bah and Fabio Moon. Who ARE TWINS? They've done some work on a book called. B P R D vampire. Let's just phenomenal. It's so good Abe Sapien had his own series for awhile and there were another set of twins that were working on the art in that and their names escape me off hand but pitch perfect. They're wonderful the those twin they're now working on Lucifer for DC like the the Black Label Sandman books but It's just so good There's a horror comic called Herro county that's written by. Cullen Bunn the art and that is done by Tyler Crook and there was a tiny little bit of animosity because Tyler Crook was the second main artists on E. P. R. D. And when he went over to do Harrow County kind of left He left the crew in a bit of a bind and everybody was a little upset but also he's doing the work of his career on. Harrow. County That's how we got Lawrence Campbell as the main artist on be prd through throughout the run of like hell boy traditionally the art in that is either Mike Minneola or Mike. Minneola esque yes. There's a there's a very good so pretty still pretty rough so to speak but it I think it fits in his universe. Yeah it absolutely does. If we're not getting Mike Manolo. We're getting somebody like Dunkin for Griego who has a very manolas style over. Mvp what we got was a completely different visual. Take and we had guy. Davis was the main artist for play frogs. Hell on earth. We saw Tyler Crook and then going into the devil you know we had Lawrence Campbell. And they bright. They brought a very interesting like real world. Visual take on what Mike Minneola drew as more than esoteric stylized monster world and just like injected it with like this fierce ground level realistic take in it so to to see how Lake Dunkin for draws Abe sapien versus how Mike Minneola draws EP and versus. How Tyler Crook Draws Abe sapien versus? It's so it should not narrative Lee speaking work. It shouldn't do it Michael did a whole issue of of that. We have a painted issues that are done by just masters of their art. And it's it's so wonderful and and just the fact that you can have these visual styles who divorced from divorce from the words divorce from the writing you would never know that just because this character looks a little more cheesy in. This character. Looks a little more realistic. There is no. There's no what if in the hell boy universe whenever you read a story As far as the comics the short stories are a little different. There's pros and all that but we're talking about the comics there's not Lak- what if Abe Sapien was fighting in World War. Two like it's there's none of that every everything you read actually happens To those characters in the world of hell boy and having such unique creative voices all working in tandem to tell this one epic it should not by any right work and if it does work it should not work nearly as well as this does and it is so much fun it does. It's a fun a fun book. Speaking of you talked about Abe Sapien. What is your favorite character from hell boy? Do you bomb or is it a cop out answer cop out answer and then maybe might cop out. Answer is Every every major comic book company I believe has a trinity of some kind so. Dc Has Batman. Wonder Woman Superman Marvel's got Captain America. Thor and iron man You could argue. That image has spawned in which blade and someone else that I can't think of offhand For Hell boy it's definitely you've got an expansive universe of characters but it comes down to Abe Liz in hell boy and if I get one of those three I'm going to have a good time and be in for completely different reasons there so three very different characters In the in the Gemmell del Toro movies. They had a romance between. Liz and hell boy does not exist in the comics. That's not a thing If anything Liz and Abe kind of have an unspoken thing that nobody ever acts on and that's kind of cool because you've got fire and water and that's like a neat neat thing like that. Yeah it's really fun. But if you were like gun to my head me pick a character man. It's GonNa be a tie between it's GonNa be a tie between Captain Daimyo from be PRD. Who is in the newest? Hell boy movie. He's the the wear Jaguar. I love him or Johann Johann Krauss whose an echo plasma ghost in a in a sealed suit don't make can't choose between those two a close honorable mention would be roger but I can live without roger it's fine but But no I love and that goes to the military guy in me I love. Diageo is a traditional military guy and he is just he's hired basically to militarize the PRD and get them to work as a cohesive unit and he just comes in and he's like all right. Look I'm done I'm done like I cannot handle. Whatever it is you guys are doing. I need you all. Just cut your drama. And let's do this. And he just has no time for any of the. He's he's not ignorant to the fact that he's working with monsters he's he gets to the point where he's like. I don't care that you're monsters. We have work to do. And I absolutely love that. And then Johann who was voiced by Seth McFarland and the second held boy movie the The Golden Army In the comics he is so flawed that he is. He's the most fun to read. Because you you just like him you just like him and he makes some really dumb stupid mistakes but they're mistakes that you could see yourself making and you see some emphasis me speaking of myself when I say you but I see so much of myself in him that when he makes a mistake. I'm like own own. No real world content is one hundred percent what I would do and we would all be in so much trouble So I absolutely adore the dichotomy of those two and they don't get a wall but No it's my it's A. It's a complete cop-out I answered it twice with no actual answer. That's okay. I like the fact that like you said it is kind of whimsical. Boys Got A. Would you say it dry sense of humor? I would say Ri- I think is is not so much dry it's like. He knows he knows what he's just so he's just kind of he's perpetually forty and he could you imagine being being against. I'm in my late thirties. Man If you just I would be unstoppable if I had energy and I see hell boy as just perpetually old enough to know better young enough to not care and he kind of can get away with
"thirty men" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Got to put up thirty men if we don't put a body was cheese twenty five boys you're not be no man you got to put up points and that's what it takes of the way the game is changed I'm a big out of those using the guys we can't sneeze on a receiver you can do anything so they're gonna put up points especially with the guys that they got I mean I'm a go go go I said I want you to watch his play and it was against it was U. verse is Terry Cuba drag nine exactly got your touch now right I told us no don't go we don't want to play by the way about a hundred because they ran exact same play in week one against the Buffalo Bills with Sammy walked it ran it different though but it was the same concept same pass up any was wide open welcome to the show and so on as a as a as a guy who studies in law I love the game I still watch all of all the please love watching James Winston was reason man do you want to get to you yeah well but anyway on the drag nine what they did Chris is a maximum protect right please visit or nothing match will protect that means that they make sure that they leave a tidy is in a in a running back because the play is going to take for ever if you were running a trail technique and then the guy turned it up for you when you see that kind of speed up what do you say I mean both the test has that economy this year I think I played the two five one anybody but I think the two tazas that economy this year we're playground routes man there was routes that you never see and then we do it is truly understand it I don't understand like these those really drew of someone is saying and they feel right now about how cited numbers at one at the receiver one think I would never see nobody run that route every in any read the sallow of sallow go only only person in the league that could run a route is tie retail because the speed that you have to have to be able to get across the field to build a black that you know what I'm saying right and be able to protect that up is still get a nice ball and then the ball it by a Kansas city in the snow these those are still running no they do run straight to the middle of the field and then back out which who nobody does that mean in a fail you know what I'm saying it doesn't happen those are both playing around us okay Tyree you had to go to the playground I love I love the fact that you compete against these guys you take on that challenge yeah Andy Reid is going to give you something new every time you play to get out I got a tone yes what do you know about in the read that maybe you can help the players understand about the way he coaches yell sensibly oh my gosh I offensively him in a B. I mean yeah it was so crazy is that how Shanahan is right there too right so you got to offer is a great coach in his game and but AT remained there so explosive that that he just puts everybody in the place those situations they just run they just going to say a yell all the rows are twenty most seems routes are fifteen dollars to ten yards right the rows of twenty five to twenty yards because they can run a beeper they can get there faster and they got a guy that has a strong arm so if you watch filling the tease compared to other teams the routes are deeper there longer all that because they that's what they do they what cow Senate what he's gonna do to to use his loss came up he's looking for all scheme all different ways I could trick different ways like that that's what caused any of the when when you each talk about the fact you have played the teams more than probably anybody yeah is this the most explosive offense this cheap steam the one that you're representing a see the Superbowl is this the most explosive offense you ever saw yeah though yeah though yeah as we got we got to get it we're gonna have a lease three we have like the no fly zone you're not I made three good corners but if she's not at me I think a lot of teams to do it because they have so many weapons all over the field Intel sees a mismatch because they can play him and they use him like a number one receiver if you really understand it and he's matching up on smaller guys sometimes always find themselves so is they have a they have multiple ways that they can attack you so I would say there is is this the best offense you see is his reaction here because you know what you're saying everything he's been saying you just wrote me without even talk about it with Sadie McCall good luck to all right on any over to you this guy is a number one player but because he put the ball on the ground a couple times he's been moved behind William Wales he is a special player yes I mean I just got so they get every position man and what people talk about as the keys why I'm able to sort of me up I'll talk to me about how we write we we best friend we talk all the time you know let me they're not they're not really talking about Casey cheese off of the line like I mean I know the forty nine is the line is great they are they I I put them up there with us in this will be loud because I had to go see my own eyes when I feel like they've always got the ball with cheese the office a lot as those girls and that they're they're legit business forces a Dick because I hear just talking to bond all the time so I know they do complex alright now we gonna let you go I tell you I say man we hope all works out the right way no matter what it's going to work out for you leave a third contract is here now contractor is your office with the Broncos well so then it would be great to finish here ma'am but Hey I'm gonna talk to everybody van Gogh's he was gonna be the best fit for me it was no use me to the right way and take it from there is there any chance that this deal could get done before free agency starts yeah I think so I think if they can Sirius U. doll Sears said okay with it definitely I don't see why I couldn't okay yeah Chris good like oh yeah joining us is being Alan Jo Jo lives Super Bowl fifty four in Miami and I'll tell you what it is been a a fantastic date so far we had Chris terrace junior.
"thirty men" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"This is true it was the yeah you Z. number seven we leave the I we have a twenty one is in these may one the on the radio one or two point seven KIIS FM six songs coming up next tomorrow night kiss FM sold on Jim Porter by Capital One going get there early yes of the stage at a seven thirty men don't do not be late yeah what's up man Hey who is it Sir do you want to be anonymous maybe anonymous right all right we're yet what you do and people need to know my first gender Dave brown deal of nice what did you like about her on tinder what would make you swipe what do you think she like you after I fill god bless them filter hello.
"thirty men" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Were called to the scene after a thorough and link the investigation they determine the fire had been caused by defective battery or charger Laureline is ninety six point five W. T. beyond that would be kind of scary now wouldn't five twelve your listing lentils morning news updated weather traffic every six minutes the five day forecast brought to you by U. S. heating and air conditioning all right we got the big guy this morning our chief meteorologist Tom Terry Joe temperatures keep on drop in here this morning we're gonna be in the mid fifties out the door for most of us but a nice pleasant seventy three this afternoon we have yet another front that's on the weights moving through here later today just kind of reinforcing the nice weather we have but it should cools down to the upper forties to near fifty overnight tonight and nice seventy two tomorrow that was our warming up here if you like it warmer how about seventy seven on Thursday at low eighties possible for Friday Saturday forget some showers late Saturday or early Sunday will be watching the timing for that also another cool down for the latter half of the weekend the extent of five day forecast for times an hour from channel nine Eyewitness News I'll see you later on today I'm chief meteorologist Tom Terry Tom now it is partly cloudy chilly fifty three at Orlando's severe weather station check out security trouble team traffic at Torrance if you were to get an idea of how cold it is elsewhere thirty six in Fargo that's actually not that bad thirty six metal above above freezing thirty nine in Denver forty one in Philly Charlotte's at forty four Chicago's at thirty six Detroit is thirty men that is thirty nine and we're at fifty four right now that's not bad did I mention this sick touch here to triple team traffic here's a towards about that we got traffic on I. four east bound and I'm in a bowl of art of the left lane blocked in that area as overnight road work continues in the east bound and four thirty four I got a right.
The time America invaded Britain
"Was seventeen seventy eight an American ship called the ranger was headed to France. The ranger had two missions I to deliver news of the British surrender at Saratoga. The Americans hoped the victory would persuade King Louis the sixteenth to lend troops to Americans fighting the revolutionary war the second goal cause problems for the British John Paul Jones was the rangers captain tune on his voyage. The ranger sunk brig loaded with flaxseed a schooner filled with barley and oats in a merchant's loop filled with beer but Jones was a fiery ambitious captain. He wanted more than just to sink ships so as he sailed through the Irish Sea he hatched a plan to bring the American revolution to Britain chores specifically to the shores of a town called whitehaven where he'd begun his naval career in the name of the United States Navy Jones decided. He didn't made his home town. That idea of course was met with resistance from his top lieutenants. Jones spent a day on board the ranger trying to convince his men to carry out the rate. Finally thirty men agreed in the wee hours of the morning Jones in his crew paddled the two miles to shore and took a nearby British fort without incident Hay success. Yes another crew launched in a second vote. Their job was to set fire to the ships in the harbor into the town. They veered a bit off course instead of setting fire to the ships as planned the men invaded a tavern and got drunk one crewmen the scape and ran through the village to alert the fire brigade of the coming destruction when the people of Whitehaven woke up and gathered at the docks only one ship hip was on fire Jones posted guards at the end of the dock and threw flaming pinecone into the ship's cargo hold he later wrote that the cargo hold was filled filled with coal and if it caught fire it would've spread well it didn't so his crew piled into a Guinea breath and paddled in the morning daylight back to the ranger taking cannon fire from townspeople while they retreated the ship fire. Meanwhile was easily extinguished. The plot was such a failure but Jones only narrowly avoided a mutiny from his crew but it may be Jones got the last laugh. His operation wasn't a success but it ravaged public opinion of the war in Britain Britain British generals had assured parliament the mainland was safe and humorous some Pesky American landing right on their shores according to revolutionary war or historian Tim McGrath the British papers were furious and as for Jones himself. His legacy has survived through history. You may not remember his his name or his infamous raid but you've probably heard the word. She cried soon. After during a naval battle off the Yorkshire Coast when asked if he wished surrender Jones declared I have not yet begun to fight. That battle ended in victory.
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"In thirty men impeachment probe envoy resigns and Kate's atop trump administration official has been ordered by house Democrats to turn over documents linked to president trump and his July call to the leader of Ukraine by October fourth correspondence Westwood chairman angle of the foreign affairs committee said the Democrats felt they had no choice but to step up their efforts and issue the subpoena for secretary of state Pompeii because the administration ignored their previous enquiries take a listen the subpoenas a last thing you should do and we only did it because they turned a blind eye to whatever we ask for we ask for information we ask for documents and we were stonewalled meanwhile Kurt Volker the president's special envoy to Ukraine has stepped down ahead of an appearance on Capitol Hill next week that decision full disclosures that Volker had connected the president's personal lawyer Rudy guiliani with Ukrainian officials guiliani wanted to persuade those officials to investigate former vice president Joe Biden and his family over allegedly corrupt business dealings Giuliani has said he was in frequent contact with boulder about his efforts the state department confirms that Bulger put guiliani in touch with an aide to Ukraine's president Christopher Cruz Washington a six police officer has been killed in the line of duty and Texas he was the first seek to become a deputy at a Houston area sheriff's department ten years ago now he's the victim of a cold blooded murder Sandeep Dhaliwal was fatally shot in the head a victim of a senseless crime while making a traffic stop Harris County sheriff in Gonzales.
News in Brief 12 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations reports that airstrikes have hit several health facilities in northwest. Syria have been strongly condemned by the U._N.. Secretary General in a statement Antonio Gutierrez said that one of the damaged facilities included a large hospital in merit Al Numan whose coordinates had been shared with belligerence through the U._N.'s deconfliction mechanism the development follows an escalation of violence since April lip. The last opposition held in clave in the country some. I'm at three million people live there many of them displaced by clashes between government and opposition fighters highlighting the impact on non competence Mister Gutierrez insisted that civilians and public buildings must be protected in line with a twenty eighteen deescalation an agreement overseen by guarantors Russia and Turkey the U._N.. Secretary General also insisted that those responsible for carrying out serious violations of international humanitarian law should be held accountable the U._n.. Human Rights Office O._H.. CHR. Char- said on Friday that it is deeply alarmed at death penalty sentences handed down to thirty men in Yemen's capital sonner noting credible allegations of torture and ill-treatment in an appeal to the defacto U._C.. Authorities INSANA. Did you dismiss the likely politically motivated charges O._H.. H._R.. Spokesperson Ravina Chamdo Sunny said the most of the men were academics. Students and politicians affiliated with an opposition movement Ms Chamdo Sanni who noted the U._N.'s is it longstanding objection to the death penalty also explained that the men had been detained and reportedly prosecuted without respect for Jew Process the arrests also took place without warrants for the most part and they were held without being. Brought to a court for several months up to a year in many cases there were arrested at various points as you said two thousand sixteen charged in two thousand seventeen and since then there have been several hearings on my understand they may have been up to thirty nine hearings but at no point where they given given a proper chance to present a Defense Saana in the west of the Arabian Peninsula state has been under the control of the WHO tease since late twenty fourteen after they drove out forces loyal to President Abd Rabbo Mansour Howdy from March twenty. He fifteen until the end of June in two thousand nineteen. H H has documented seven thousand six hundred fifty nine civilians killed and twelve thousand three hundred and five injured in the ongoing conflict it said on Friday since fighting escalated more than and four years ago conflict between the belligerents has created a humanitarian disaster for the people of Yemen in large part owing to blockades on imports of food fuel and medicines through key Red Sea ports such as Hodeida in June the World Food Programme W._F.. If pay began a partial suspension of Tucson and other Hootie held areas of Yemen after efforts failed to prevent aid being diverted from those needed it most according to W._f._p.. Three quarters of people in Yemen who do not have reliable access to food some nine million people are in areas controlled by tees and finally the Human Rights Council has urged the Philippines government today more to prevent extrajudicial killings linked to its campaign against illegal drug use in a close vote. The forty seven member council adopted adopted a resolution which expressed concern that since President Rodrigo deter announced his so called war on drugs in two thousand sixteen there have been allegations that thousands of people involved with the drug trade and drug use have been killed the resolution which was adopted on.
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"Tasted for an for Sheila back here. In our Westwood One studios in New York City on the weekend where we have basically had chalk get to the Sweet Sixteen at the moment v. Only see that technically isn't chalk its fifth seeded Auburn, and that's Chuck because they beat fourth-seeded Kansas. So we're talking about a whole weekend of chalk, Oregon UC Irvine is going to change that for one team. They lead do the ducks the twenty two to fifteen what do you make it this game? So far into the first thirty man to defensive-minded teams Oregon plays match up zone. Irvine has not solved it yet. On the other hand. They've only got twenty points. Payton Pritchard is the key to this team. He's been playing great basketball over the last month during this nine when run Oregon just one turnover that's been important. We'll get you back there. You can also listen Westwood One sports dot com streaming live for free. But for now, let's get you to Tulsa, Houston leading Ohio State by eight. Let's join Ryan Radke PJ Carlesimo a couple of dribbles. And now, we've got a whistle. A foul off the ball. And I think that's Brady again del low against. We welcome. Those of you just joining us across our network seventeen forty four to go with the ball games, Houston leading Ohio State thirty nine thirty one using a three seat Ohio State, the eleven Bryson Gresham into the Houston lineup Brady is going to sit down with three thousand two quick wickets. Base wad, right? Lobban Jackson makes the cats and scores CJ Jackson's man had his head turns up for Davis said his back to the inbounder mistake thirty nine thirty three Houston on Davis goes to Brooks high left. Handed offer Robinson. Shrivels left. What's it up on the wrong short Caleb lesson? They got a piece of it. Now, it's about off of and the ball was loosed Caleb was dance out of the way of the basketball because he knew he was out of bounds. But it made contact with them. So Houston will have it with fourteen to shoot second block early second-half already for Caleb. Davis will imbalance Davis over on the web baseline takes the basketball officials looking into aggressive left handed back Davis from twelve shoe shoot Davis substitute. That's an ball. White grabs. The rebound throws it out book seventy shoe brussel, take the right wing back. Jowl the Ohio State readout had Andrei west. He wasn't looking picked up by Robinson over to Davis left wing three Schwartz side of the rim. Long. Rebound Jallow tips it shallow secures it for Ohio states. Hold Mattel and his team. What's hang on here? Run something. Good down six with the ball three turnovers in the first three minutes. Jackson dribbles right wing skipped past quarter to three. To the slams it down with a right hand. Nobody put up any resistance for Keyshawn woods back to a four point game. Thirty nine thirty five Houston sixteen thirty nine to go Kelvin Sampson. Scott both arms extended pops up asking what's going on. Where's the Robinson right side? Impressively throws it down. Second top at Gresham has completed the lob forty one thirty five Houston sixteen twenty four to go. Jackson, slowly across the Ohio State. Wasn't Trump's out hottest set a screen? Jacksonville's off to the right Jackson, looking Belfast inside west and off his hands recovers on the base lawns. Battling dressing down there. Jackson right wing, three Kimmy air side of the rim. Short long rebound, Andre Tippett amount. The right to Fabian white for Houston back to Gail Robinson here. Come the Cougars. Avi. Exact Robinson on the right side. Cleveland inside went up to don't get and he's fouled by jello. Gresham. Caught that ball was going to try a reverse two-handed jam Jallow. What up got a, mommy arm valley? Shallow will be his second. Man. We've got about.
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"thirty men" Discussed on KOMO
"Kevin Spacey to once shined when surrounded by cameras on the red carpet. Faces a different kind of attention. Mobbed by cameras and helicopters on his way to a Massachusetts courtroom accused of groping a teenage male back in two thousand sixteen. Two thousand sixteen standing stone faced and silent. In court. The stakes are quite high for the nine year old actor who's now charged with felony sexual assault potentially facing up to five years in prison. If convicted his legal team entering a not guilty plea on his behalf. His attorney also requesting the judge preserve the accusers. Cellphone records, which include Snapchat, videos, taken by the then eighteen year old who says he texted and Snapchat at his girlfriend during the incident. I simply don't wanna see the that data deleted destroyed even inadvertently in other words in any other way manipulate. On monday. Neither the alleged victim nor his mother. Former Boston news anchor Heather Unruh appeared in court, though, she has spoken publicly blasting Spacey in the past. Shame on you for what you did to my son. This was a criminal act Spacey who's been accused of improper conduct by more than thirty men is also facing accusations of sexual misconduct. In other cases. The Los Angeles district attorney is currently reviewing a sexual assault case with one man who claims Spacey assaulted him in Malibu three years ago. And in London authorities are investigating six allegations against the actor after multiple men there came forward the Hollywood star who's taking home Oscars for goals in American Beauty and the usual suspects. You just needed the will to do with the other guy, wouldn't I'm certainly not going to pay the price for the things. I didn't do and releasing this bizarre video online on Christmas Eve, titled let me be Frank channeling his house of cards character. Frank underwood. Another hearing is that for March fourth Spacey does not have to make an appearance at that. The judge also warned him to stay away from his accuser and his accuser's family that report from ABC's. Linsey Davis, the stage actors union is called a strike for shows under development. Warren Levinson has more actors equity, which represents more than fifty one thousand actors and stage managers is demanding that its members stopped taking part in stage work under development. The move threatens the pipeline for new plays and musicals producers used an increasing number of laboratory and workshop productions to test out material the share show and to kill a Mockingbird. Ramon current productions that have used labs the actors working in them or seeking a raise and a chance to share in the profits of shows that go on to become moneymakers equity and the producers group the Broadway league been negotiating over the issue for two years without resolution. Warren Levinson, New York, KOMO news, twelve forty four. Now another update on KOMO AAA traffic.
Man sues British Airways for being seated next to obese passenger, claims he was injured
"Ten thirty man is suing British Airways because he claims he was severely injured after being seated next to an obese passenger the airline is resisting. This claim Stephen Prosser from South Wales says the twelve hour flight more than two years ago left him with a pelvic injury and continual back spasm. He also says the overweight man was sitting with his knees wedge against the seat in front of him and the rest of his body spilling over into processors seat. Prosser had to stop working for about three months. And he says he visited a chiropractor. For about two years following this incident the airline. Meanwhile, says a did try to make Prosser more comfortable by giving him. Additional pillows and
Ex-Trump aide Omarosa Newman pens 'Unhinged' White House memoir
"Reform everything from bail through the way non-violent drug crimes. Are being incarcerated former Massport general counsel Rachel Rollins cited her management experience managed over one hundred and. Fifty people I'm really excited about my chances here rounding. Up a half dozen candidates for DA state. Rep yves-andre cover although attorney Linda champion and. Former public defenders Shannon McCullough in Boston Doug. Cope WBZ NewsRadio, ten thirty man has detonated a fireworks device, outside the US embassy in Beijing Chinese. Officials, say the suspect injured his hand no one else was hurt it happened a few Hours ago with reports of white smoke and some debris outside, the main compound CBS's Kris liable is in, Beijing and says that, that wasn't the only incident today author reports that a woman earlier in the day of covered yourself. In gasoline it looks like creature able to. Detain her and prevent her. From setting herself on fire After the suspect in custody he's from Inner Mongolia Chinese police say the case is under further investigation housekeepers at Miami Beach. Hotels will soon be armed with panic buttons to help combat sexual assault, the city commission unanimously, approved the safety measure set, to go into effect in August of twenty nineteen. Commissioner Kristen Gonzalez proposed the measure after, she was sexually assaulted. Last year hotels and hostels will be required to provide all housekeeping attendance with a safety button they can use the device if they believe there is an ongoing crime harassment or other emergency. A high profile by short-lived White House aide is coming out with a book if you haven't heard enough from Omarosa you'll get another chance the Daily Mail reports the former apprentice contestant. Trump aid has a book deal and is expected to reveal more about her. Time at the White House and about her relationship with President Trump the report says Moore Rosa manigault Newman signed a seven figure deal with gallery. Books a division of. Simon and, Schuster over Rosa hasn't been making any appearances and she was. On celebrity big brother the book is expected next month Pam Coulter CBS. News reaction continues to pour in after the company that bought the neck oh candy plan in revere shuts. Down shop WBZ Sheri small has more company telling it's two hundred thirty employees not to return until Friday and that's just to pick up their final. Paychecks round hill investments bought neck oh back in may at a bankruptcy, auction sparking hopes that, the employees would be able, to hang onto their jobs after all in revere. The mayor's office says the closure took, them by surprise spokesperson. Bob Mara round hill the company that had a history of resurrecting companies so we were very enthused company such as round hill was coming into potentially rescue deco in revere Sheri small WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ News time nine twenty two and with today's entertainment report here. Is kiss one awaits belly cost, and latest information on Demi Levato is that she and friends were on a, drinking binge the night before insiders. Say her sobriety had been filled with ups and downs reports Facebook founder Mark. Zuckerberg's net worth plummeted some twenty. Billion dollars yesterday and a man arrested and put in jail yesterday for destroying President Trump. Star, on. The Hollywood walk of fame he. Did it. With a pick pickaxe with the entertainment report I'm Billy cost to the Mattie.