17 Burst results for "Thirty Seven Hours"
"thirty seven hours" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Naturally, this makes it a prime target for scammers and cheaters epic has taken a firm stance against cheating in the past banning thousands of players and infamously filing a lawsuit against one fourteen year old for copyright infringement and breach of contract. Go get him epic. There's always that fun little. This is one of the things that ruin pudgy right? Was all the cheating and stuff about it have a group of friends that just won't play anymore. Because like every time I played cheater. So, yeah, you get bigger and bigger. You have to look out for that. Yeah, and it's good that they're open about that and they're showing like, hey, there is a punishment like I succeeds. They let you know they're punching people by gives them how to what gain your in. They like have it just displays like, oh, this purchase big kick for this. This will let you know what's happening more. We getting kicked from fort night apparently. And then number seven. The final story on the rope report Friday, thirteenth apparently is a big PlayStation plus success. This is from west over John media. Of course, you know, I was a big fry thirteen fan. Got quiet. When the lawsuit happened, they were going up to anymore starting to moving on other projects, but then this month October, it's a PlayStation plus game over the weekend. West tweeted this yesterday, and that would be Saturday. He's referring to. We got very, very close to launch week concurrence. That's all just shows you how many people are out there because that was when five thirteenth servers were melting down. Yeah, because they did not expect the game to be popular and that's what happened shows. What like up? Yes, plus can do for you XBox games with gold for your on that plane. Exactly, right? Yeah. And that's the thing is if you, if you have the right type of game and you put it up there. People come running. Definitely like, oh, man, I'm download this. See what it is. No harm to me feels like I mean, in terms of fried thirteenth, this is a perfect fit for them in terms of, hey, legally, we can't add to the game anymore, so we can only support with Artie out there. How do we make sure we make money off of what we have because that's not a great sales pitch. Now get into people's hands, make money off of them and then be able to fund other projects. Definitely. So the idea of, yeah. Okay. It's it's, you know, you. People buying the game that's got dropped off majorly since all his news happened if they're paying attention, but to give it to free everybody and then have them go by counselor skins, get all these weird things from the play up next to kind of see this on XBox platform and probably do something with him as well. Yeah, thirty seven hours thirty seven hours thirty seven hours. So what your what's your twenty twenty two. How many to. I mean, I'm just doing every side mission. Okay. I'm reading. I'm rod my boat everywhere doing too much time walked all the, you know, I'll let me let me get to reader mail because there's a bunch of Saxon screed questions. All right, six. Instead what I'm gonna say, Justin is man. I can't wait to see what gun media is up to next and how their team that's out and how many people play it and yada, yada, yada. Fowler Noah came to mama grop shops today. Where would I go? You will go to the official lists of upcoming yourself for your cross. Each and every platform is listed by the county funny games daily show hosts each and every weekday. Do do do do do do. Out today..
"thirty seven hours" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Survey finds that parents do this thirty seven hours a week. What is it? Dr their kids around cook meals for the family or worry about their children. Say their children around drive their children around. No Madison is a drive their children around cooked meals for their family or worry about their kids. Meals for their family. No, producer worry. We're always worrying thirty seven hours a week. I believe that. All right. So it's two to one Madison so far. Correct. Two to one Madison and massacres next question. Right. You do win the game which which segment of Jared and Katie in the morning has Katie won a hundred and fifty three times playing so far this year. Is it quick draw pop quiz or pop draw? Pop quiz is correct. Congrats you got that gift card to subway enjoy Artem mountain biker got a flat tire. That's another reason. I do mountain biking or hiking was gonna say this story alone makes me not want to ever get on a bike again ever. So has a flat tire, and he's trying to get out of the woods when he stops. Because he has a flat tire. He looks down in this is underneath him. Right underneath my bike. Hear that rattle. No. I don't want him. We have the full video the audio. You don't wanna miss it? The rattlesnake guy coming up. One zero seven five. The number one hit music station. With Jared and Katie in the morning. For the second straight year nominated for nationwide Marconi award for station of the year twenty eighteen thank you try for making this possible. This is one oh seven five. All right. Let's talk takeout..
"thirty seven hours" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Gaza eastern, Germany, six months after the fateful crash. I'm walking across the courtyard of one of the great former Royal palaces from which these sexy Coburg Gotha family once ruled large swathes of Europe. With me is Akira a twenty eight year old Iraqi from Marshall like most of the other victims of the mini van crash. He was deported from Hungary to Romania then late last November still barely able to walk. He was hidden under the canvas roof of a truck in western Romania shy. Charsadda? They told us you'll be in the Laurie for four to six hours. But in fact, we spent thirty seven hours the metal plates in my body from the accident was so cold and painful, we had nothing to eat just water. Somewhere in the Czech Republic. They were told to get down and hide for a day and night. In would then they will picked up by van then switch to a car. Finally, the driver told him he was in Germany. He turned himself into the police, and we sent here to an open refugee camp in Gaza. Had our now, I'm in Germany. I've already applied for refugee status. The next step would be to bring my family here. They are sad. And I'm also sad because of them. Chat several times a day to his wife and three small children. They're still near Mosul in Iraq. The youngest was just a few months old when he lost saw him. Now, he can walk. They're missing him. But bringing the over won't be easy. The political climate in Germany is turning against asylum-seekers. Vista spoon. Disarmed in Tokyo to a cafe to meet secret, a youth integration leader from the evangelical church in Gotha. She helps new arrivals like him as a duck gave. Mentioned to your hair blue says that those who come here and have a chance of staying all those from Syria, Iraq, Somalia and airtran. They can start an integration course. Even before. They're granted protection. Listens patiently, but for him integration into German society can only begin when his family arrives. If they cannot join him. He would rather go back and live with them in the ruins of Mosul. And that was Nick Thorpe in Germany talking to one of the survivors of a minibus crash in Hungary last year. Minibus carrying migrants trying to reach northern Europe. We'll have the last of Knicks reports on Friday's program..
"thirty seven hours" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"You can actually get the because the police gotta gotta say something about this at some point well yeah i i didn't know if anybody even called the police like when you play the nine one one call my okay yeah we didn't know because the only thing we had was his picture we didn't know if the police were involved or or whatever if this was just a picture in they were what would a name like shady mccoy if the police is involved it can't be hidden it's coming out in especially if it took place in in in the early morning of monday morning a day ago i mean we're talking over twenty four hours now from when this happened i mean chicago thirty thirty seven hours mccoy's name is gonna come up on the police blotter right right he knows reporters look at look at that thing all the time now would imagine he's not he's gotta be somewhere close to atlanta shady i mean you would think it's gotta be somewhere close to atlanta remember never would oj did he immediately took the flight to chicago brevard so we don't know we don't know where shady was he could've been in pennsylvania right you could have been wherever they'll be able to to pin the cell phone and find out where he was georgia alfa reta georgia i know alvarado georgia's yeah is it is atlanta outside atlanta atlanta suburb yep money big houses something like that yep well we're going to sue the hotline then we'll see if we can get some people on the line from down there i kick it juice holidays a two one five six five sixty five eighty six to one five sixty five sixty six three you got the right right i gotta admit don't make the playoffs here you go you are little homer very good chance i know not very good chance that they make the playoffs allison is a very good chance they don't make the playoffs that's silly chance is a chance don't make the playoffs good chance no i know visit absurd no is it possible number three in odds right yeah a winning a super bowl yeah right it's not likely possible so he got man i am in a good mood i'm definitely phillies handling bid we gotta give gave more credit when it comes to the phillies what we're doing it gives them more credit got it gives him more credit yeah we could use more hateful he's done a good job how kiss him i will grant him i believe absolutely man credit as gay get yesterday's win they had one hake on in the night of game too jam and he brought in who in the eighth tommy hunter yeah he got away with it today and then ninety came out the thing and i said gabe i even put out twitter me either i didn't wanna put her own nobody wants to james is there anybody out there that feel good about tommy hundred coming in the ninth inning zappia escape to eight thirty am i gonna wait we got we got away with that any let's get three outs here i wanted to go to sleep at night thing i'm saying come on man and then the the winning runs at the plate got to be kidding me almost don't want to watch it and then i'm like well who is he going to bring it next you know what i mean anyway toby milliner coming in or wait what exactly he's going to do got out of they got the double a leaf reliever he is not an elite reliever sir anthony pitched two innings in the in the first game day came he pitched both ends of the double d the double header yeah a lot better luck the second time around yeah didn't get the loss mellow five forty told y'all it must have been three days ago told jaw port mars dropped forty yup i couldn't have bring last night's game might just tell telling us oh he's keeping score at home they keep score this carmelo in philly so so you can you can sit as a possibility or he's one.
"thirty seven hours" Discussed on Late Night Parents
"For us just download that pass you get up to four seats i guess the white schools movies thursday third oh oh she's she's not not well seven o'clock to seven o'clock show she might issue you could you know so and the movie itself pretty good pretty good premise basically after dang daniel kim his sixteen year old daughter goes missing local investigations open and the tective is assigned to the case but thirty seven hours later and without a single lead david the size the search the one place no one has looked yet then the laptop where all secrets of kept today donors laptop okay sounds like a decent premise sounds like a a modern day you know investigation movie father goes off the police are quote unquote the bubbling police of the father goes thanksgiving himself and starts to track things down okay for that hyper modern thrower tovia technology devices we use everyday the communicate dana we're gonna get the twitter little or whatever's i call it till footprint before she disappears forever i think it's a good premise is good for before us it's in your backyard rich yes it is i to that peter all the time and since you'll be one of the host out there i'll be out there anyone listening to our on facebook late night parents and we will put up there i guess i wasn't going up this evening if they're link will go up this evening click on the link and al link will go up we'll play pasted everywhere go download your your free passes i don't have a late night paris shirt or i'd i'd wear it out there and be like listeners where are are you you you can make you come power and all those other affiliates who of rebroadcasting around the country around the country around the world the globe it's okay in the uk nilo uk hello x our radio hello the underground radio hello lake improvement radio hello you and i are one radio he's doing this off the top of his head no listen front of hello i ninety five radio what else about fifteen others all right so that streaming tv streaming tv about five minutes we're gonna have a buddy danny thompson is gonna join us or nba insider to talk about who was the steel of the nba draft and the topic of tipping picks pick tipping or picking tipping picks that three times i don't know if i can streaming grits will you gonna talk about what if you've been watching tells you man i've been watching psyched about luke cage season two but i took it back to the essence and i am watching daredevil good show i two seasons on checking out show i seasons first season is really good second season i like enjoying it more than the first good good that story i'm like man this guy i mean this shows running circles around what happened to iron fist i don't want to spoil it for anyone i f it does make a cameo yeah during luke cage yeah i don't know he did that for a reason he turned off so many people that's what i mean you know that series didn't go the way those of us who remember iron fist from the comics initially didn't go the way with ownership right where was me what was the costume well customer let's face it bright green and yellow running down to york where in that i don't know i don't know but hey have you watched any worse what's world season i f assode of the of season two i've watched i just started watching last couple of days think i watched the first five okay all right and that was after binging season one okay you were right through it i went right through it it was easy but i think like what you said before kind of not totally kind of like game thrown type quality it is it's some of the best produced of show considering again it's not on a major network as per se hbo go i'm saying this is something to say about these hbo and netflix type show because they hit a lead your sponsorship comrades where the getting the money from this is crowder's still i mean the numbers being bounced around like the netflix numbers how many billions six billion a lot of money billion this introduction oh i forgot to tell brian that we have someone joining us in two minutes okay i forgot it's been such a long time i fill out a routine he has the number to call in yes joma has.
"thirty seven hours" Discussed on KOMO
"Komo news here's seth wayne's forecast cloudy skies temperatures the low fifty ez asking to be rather white out there may lead to sporting horse of that rain heavy at times make our way through the afternoon were struggled of showers and win the conditions to touch cooler tomorrow in the upper 40s as wet weather continues into the weekend i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center and right now 45 degrees in downtown seattle all we told you president trump is at the pentagon this morning apparently to speak to a defence leaders he's saying something outside right now let's listen to him and as you know it's been depleted over the last long period of time and when we finish there won't be anything like it we need that now almost more than at any time in the past so i'm here for our military i'm here to support our great great and very powerful military and we're going to keep it that way but we're going to make it much better that's what we're doing it also means jobs you see what's happening with respect the jobs you see what happened yesterday apple and now it was just announced that they're giving each employee a lot of money so our tax cuts and our tax reform turned out to be far greater than anybody ever anticipated and i'm sure the democrats would like to blood that by shutting down government but again the the group that loses big would be the military and win never letting our military lose at any point we are going to fund our military we're going to have a military like we've never had before because we just about just about never needed our military more the now thank you very much thank print president trump outside the pentagon he was due to go in and talk to military brass this morning and again he's so laying the blame at democrats if there is a government shutdown were about thirty seven hours away from that deadline by the way to continue funding the federal government sounds like some reporters are shouting questions to the press let's take you back they're just.
"thirty seven hours" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"And they're gluten free there he free and non gmo and if you're really really good wilson yeah some lifeline stem cell cream and that void tell you what that erases you sound too young to needed but acheived silicon young into races as wrinkles and aged bots so here we go all right first is a true or false the brain still since brain signals after death true or false i guess it depends on how long you've been dead i dunno i paid fault since the brain still active sending signals for up to thirty seven hours after your clinically dead great i know in creepy it makes you wonder like when henry the eighth beheaded his why it i bohm knows very bad in their eyes taufa if they were still thinking about him for thirty seven hours afterwards long but that a diet mmediately yeah yeah or they really bad there i still there lorraine restored you're just cut off the blood supply half okay go to the next ocean race karen here's your next question is one's not grows do you create more ear wax when you're stressed or when you're relaxed iraq's stressed relaxed which brought that relaxed no obviously your stress you create more ear wax when you're stress i told you there hard we could start operators are marker we can ahead you got a lot of iraq's you must be stressed and welcome grandpa whose retired i'm always finishes here exactly paying all right humans have a distinct personal smell do twins share the same smell oh now oh what i love her she's give them all right they everything about the twins for the most part is the same now we're talking about identical clinical they've got all different okay okay here's your next question this a 5050 chance for you are you more likely to have a nightmare in a hot room or a cold room nightmare hot room or cold room which is more likely for a nightmare probably a hot these questions are a nightmare now the answer is a room oh my god about a very smart no you know these are are and let me tell you times the isn't as we know now is here it's going to get alarm instead of two choices there's three how many bones in the human skull why not rule six or twenty two twenty two.
"thirty seven hours" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"You i will say maybe a m bishen is not celebrated nail nation is not celebrated so where do we get the lifesaving drugs what do we get the men and women who volunteer to put their lives in a line the save other men and women where do we get the advances in technology that improve the quality of life ambition is not celebrated then a welfare state ambition is not celebrated go ahead what you do you're no better than anybody else now why is that what you do you know better than anybody else what do we hamsters what are we snail's you mean every human being as good as the next one i don't know about you ladies and gentlemen i don't believe that true if we have an individual who has invented a lifesaving drug and another individual who is in the business of dealing illegal drugs like heroin a what a heavy no human being is better than the next that's a pedestal but as it gets go ahead while some studies show the average american clocks in over fifty hours a week here on average they worse thirty seven hours while they're still have to worry so much about childcare in denmark can get a year off pain paid why why why why should you get an era of pay by somebody else you know that means somebody else's paying for that somebody else's paying for that if you have a child is the child fundamentally your responsibility shouldn't you want your child to be your responsibility not somebody else's responsibility if you want to have a child you should be prepared to take the time off the take care of the child or family member should assist this is really incredible go ahead there's a feeling here in denmark that nothing too bad will ever happen to you the danes trust them from enormously high taxes all the danes trust their government they pay normally high taxes tell me how many things to the danes invent they trust their government go ahead dan is born with the right to free healthcare free education through college comfortable retirement their free to pursue a job that meets their passions in their interest and do you know why this is.
"thirty seven hours" Discussed on KTRH
"Scale wanted tech how happy you i'll say maybe ambition is not celebrated nation is not celebrated so where do we get the lifesaving drugs what do we get the men and women who volunteer to put their lives on the line the save other men and women where do we get the advances in technology that improve the quality of life and bishen is not celebrated in a welfare state ambition is not celebrated go ahead what you do when you're no better than anybody else now why is that what you do you know better than anybody else what do we hamsters what are we snail's you mean every human being as good as the next one i don't know about you ladies and gentlemen i don't believe that true if we have an individual who has invented a lifesaving drug and another individual who is in the business of dealing illegal drugs like heroin or what have you know human being is better than the next that's a pedestal do but as it gets go ahead and while some studies show the average american clocks in over fifty hours a week here on average they worse thirty seven hours while don't have to worry so much about childcare in denmark and get a year off paid paid why why why why should you gave an era of pay by somebody else you know what that means somebody else's paying for that somebody else's paying for them if you have a child is the child fundamentally your responsibility shouldn't you want your child to be your responsibility not somebody else's responsibility if you want to have a child you should be prepared to take the time off the take care of the child or family member should assist this is really incredible go ahead there's a feeling here in denmark that nothing too bad will ever happen to you the danes trust them pay enormously high tax that danes trust their government they pay enormously high taxes tell me how many things to the danes invent they trust their government go ahead dane is born with the right to free healthcare free education through college comfortable retirement they're freeing to pursue a job that meets their passions in their interest and you know why.
"thirty seven hours" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Propaganda go ahead since works just five hours a day burns this same as a small tomase atr is that what we want you work five hours a day better in the same as a schoolteacher why should that be rewarded why should laziness be rewarded go ahead out of scale wanted chat how happy ari i'll say maybe a m bishen is not celebrated now vision is not celebrated so where do we get the lifesaving drugs where do we get the men and women who volunteer to put their lives in a line the save other men and women where do we get the advances in technology that improve the quality of life ambition is not celebrated in a welfare state ambition is not celebrated go ahead what you do your no better than anybody else now why is that what you do you know better than anybody else what are we hamsters what are we snail's you mean every human being as good as the next one i don't know about you ladies and gentlemen i don't believe that true if we have an individual who has invented a lifesaving drugs and another individual who is in the business of dealing in illegal drugs like heroin or what have you know human being is better than the next that's about us stupid as it gets go ahead and while some studies show the average american clocks in over fifty hours a week here on average they worse thirty seven hours leads don't have to worry so much about childcare.
"thirty seven hours" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You i'll say maybe ambition is not celebrated now mission is not celebrated so where do we get the lifesaving drugs what are we get the men and women who volunteer to put their lives on the line the save other men and women where do we get the advances in technology that improve the quality of life ambition is not celebrated in a welfare state ambition is not celebrated go ahead what you do your no better than anybody else now why is that what you do you know better than anybody else what are we hamsters what are we snail's you mean every human being as good as the next one i don't know about you ladies and gentlemen i don't believe that is true if we have an individual who has invented a lifesaving drug and and other individual who is in the business of dealing illegal drugs like heroin or what have you know human being is better than the next that's about us stupid as it gets go ahead and while some studies show the average american clocks in over fifty hours a week here on average they worse thirty seven hours while they're still have to worry so much about childcare and denmark could get a year off paid paid why why why why should you get an era of pay by somebody else you know that meet somebody else's paying for them somebody else's paying for that if you have a child is the child fundamentally your responsibility shouldn't you want your child to be your responsibility not somebody else's responsibility if you want to have a child you should be prepared to take the time off the take care of the child or family member should assist this is really incredible go ahead here's of feeling here in denmark that nothing too bad will ever happen to you the danes trust there from the okay enormously high tax at all the danes trust their government they pay normally high taxes tell me how many things to the danes invent they trust their government go ahead dan is born with the right to free healthcare free education through college comfortable retirement their free to pursue a job that meets their passions and their interest and do you know why this is.
"thirty seven hours" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Designed to new technology that could see every childhood vaccine delivered in a single injection tiny nontoxic caps heels would be filled with vaccines and sealed the full their contents we released over several weeks bbc news this is science in action from the bbc world service with me roland pease and it's been another stormy week their brand new update coming in late this morning at hurricane armagh yeah now a hurricane this morning as a tropical storm so rapid intensification occurred what we experience is like something you see in a horror movie and we had cars playing on my heads we had thought he would contine as flying left and right hurricane jose which continues to turn its way out there in the atlantic off the harvey erma jose am here are hurricanes only increase we've the expert input and advice on understanding the statistics of these things we hear about the new boss for nasa and we've molecules on the move when a oh what a step size overpowered six worlds all haunted oils of the whole step thighs florida dodged a bullet was the phrase one american newspaper used that not all of it and certainly not many caribbean islands by the time it made landfall on the leeward islands harken was already on the way to breaking several wreck coats and matching many others for example its maximum wind speed of nearly three hundred kilometres per hour was sustained for thirty seven hours longer than any.
"thirty seven hours" Discussed on Environment: NPR
"Hurricane urmas headwinds of one hundred ninety five miles per hour for thirty seven hours straight at one point that's a record right behind him of course is another hurricane jose not is big but still very dangerous as texas deal dries up from its encounter last week with the enormous hurricane harvey which makes a lot of people wonder how unusual is this sequence of hurricanes is this our future and is this climate change at work your talk about that is in pure science correspondent christopher choice chris thanks so much for being with us good to be your cut this does he mixed ordinary three huge hurricanes in a matter of weeks it's unusual very unusual not unprecedented there have been occasions in the past and the atlantic in the pacific where there have been two or three hurricanes swirling around were uh what makes them particularly noticeable courses that they're hitting land often these happen but nobody knows because every lin how does what regime match up with predictions that have been made over the years by clients i so we have to remember that though of course have always been and would be without climate change but what the computer models that climate scientists use but they tell us is that bigger storms are going to get bigger not necessarily more there will be more of them but they'll get bigger and the reason for this is heat heat drives storms the more heat you have the bigger storms you have a what happens is hot water creates water vapour in oh a cup of coffee it's got vapor coming off it so the water vapour rises get convection it creates these circulating wins and uh that's what creates the conditions for hurricane and what's happened is that you know.
"thirty seven hours" Discussed on WLOB
"I was at the time in my early twenties at the pretty healthy young bad at i remember tried to walk across about a sixlane street and it took me a law long time leading into that web did was not a very bright thing for me to do is sheltering but but the people just don't understand the bat was quote the week the week storm you you just don't understand most people have never been aroused anything like this i mean hurricane i guess what does that seventy miles an hour is the the onset of what are called hurricaneforce webs now most people durban about anything like that a gust the seventy are pretty unusual for most of us right i mean even even but most of us live in an area of the country where we have thunderstorm but even a thunderstorm win don't unless you have a a tornado done can we get that strong it though it it's hard to fathom how bath seventy miles an hour and it's not just a gust of wind i think that's really what important to remember that when we say that a hurricane is such and such intensity back deign to win so the actual guy they're going to be even faster than that and so i think it's hard for the batum third the impact of air in wind and also the force of water as well so those are really the thing cowboy slate alive please and we'll speak off here dr chris of global seeral years an associate professor at the university of all of the of the department of atmospheric and environmental sciences and again at its peak of category five erba had sustained maximum webs of at least one hundred eight eighty five miles an hour for longer than any other storm on record thirty seven hours that's beyond what most of us can comprehend the trust but you don't want it comprehended for stab you water read about it from a safe distance more to come as we continue our coverage leading.
"thirty seven hours" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The piles to make sure nothing falls out on the thirty seven hour drive to their hometown miguel's brother dhamma so says he and the others watched the news in spanish in it's no secret how was concened voted until last november the state hadn't gone for a republican since ronald reagan in 1984 missy on mr style a little kid it was they deciding this state right and this is where they need us the most for the labour levin it's weird it's difficult the truth is obvious panic people here new the americans here in wisconsin were supporting donald trump europeans execution think they made a mistake because a lot of people are fleeing precisely for that reason mark mitchell him is stoyan but as some impetus mm farm owner dead can aki has six hundred fifty cows to milk every single day he wonders who's going to do that now when these guys leave i don't know where the industry would be right now with all of them in all we're lima dug it hoped lawmakers could have made it easier for his employees to stay on the go working visa they'll do it for a ball player though do it for a migrant worker which is seasonal dairy farm rooms not seasonal so that frustrates me but advice could have a working visa a think there'd be a winwin more than anything he wants somebody congress the president anyone who has the power to fix this problem the better do something model they'd better do some because they're li run you see it right here her bakanov after the truck is loaded doug walks smiling toward miguel the farmer is head and shoulders taller than a herdsmen he calls his right hand doug slaps miguel's back as he gives them one last hug goodbye it is time to to lawyers and around six thirty the next morning miguel luiz and the others get into their trucks miguel shots his door but pulls out of the driveway and head south to leave wisconsin and the life he led here in the rearview mirror oh ooh that story from alexandra hall of wisconsin public radio and wisconsin center for investigative journalist macgill and other families made the.
"thirty seven hours" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Job he's going to be a horror movie which you know those writer early summer of four xi idea that every serial killer lives next door to somebody offer crying out loud give us nightmares for live league match and so rich summer is the police officer neighbor and this kid their lives next door is convinced that he's serial killer oh and some an actress from riverdale in it y'all can't know which growl it is right to want to email rich about global you you should have not to canada to do a shoot now we know for and tori envelope sarah from pretty little liars she joined the cast of words you go bernadette with cate blanchett or dared that book which everybody love love love that never red yep now veron greatest cover great tests covering the world lorry just goes in the collection of books i'm gonna read when i retire all my gosh the book i am going to rhode island ono didn't even crack it i don't think i think a tried a toronto aid everyone loft funny everyone love that book the from i'm finding if i listened to some books like i'm reading a gentleman in moscow and i'm gonna say i'm listening to a gentleman in moscow hit a couple of authors so this is great and a member i busted in book club instead i want to be part of it may pick this book it's huge first of all and emily judging that from the thirty seven hours of audio that i have to listen to seven why he i'm i'm making that up but it so outrageous how much audio there as jeff and so i asked my friend who's prolific reader who reads like you books today you don't like this how you doing on the book because i've tried i've tried it so many times i can't get into it and i thought if i would've ever had to read this bolya there is no way i could have gotten past page ted the rule of thumb like for book for mees fifty pages give it many if i don't like gun rain and a television show or series to two episode maybe three yeah they gave american god's three episodes i'm with you and i.
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"For what happened the mayor of london is at fault for what hat i mean you we heard the exchange between trump junior and the abc reporter why i'd say the guy's name but i i looked at up when i was doing my research earlier i know who he was i really don't but that's one of those questioned were any time you hear what somebody says and then you try to insinuate that the london mayor was responsible for what happened don't be in eighty eight okay and that's what that's being that's being a total biased deaths not being a reporter speed of biased jerk and that's trying to take your agenda applied to what you believe in and fax be damned so as much as i don't like the idea of running against the media i hear stuff like that and i said you know what the hell with it run against the media because these people not only other so at a touch as we saw throughout the entire 2016 election they are so at this point caught up in this anti trump movement they don't even know how deep they are they don't realize how ridiculous they looked from the outside to the average every day joe going to work trying to put food on the family i table of put food on the table for his family put his kids through college whatever it might be that guy who is in living and breathing politics flips on some of these channels and just laughs i'll be right now we talked about earlier in the show you are they take her on cnn to the james call testimony in a couple of days front of congress hey ticker literally by the second threat thirty seven hours and how many minutes rat right now that's where that's where we are in the mainstream media that's why when i look at us a if that's the agenda they want to run on and if that's the approach they wanna take in the gop which is having the republic kim's make the twenty eighteen midterms a referendum on the media go for it absolutely go for it it may not work because so much who the heck knows.