17 Burst results for "Thonis"
"thonis" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"Second. amendment. was written and you did the analysis of it. We were talking about the likelihood that a person could purchase a muzzle loading musket. We are now talking about virtual military weapons that can kill hundreds of innocent people it is a much different circumstance. What are the chances? That Dick Durbin knows what end of the rifle the bullet comes out of right around zero probably, and by the way wasn't it just last week that the media reminded us that Mike Pence was man splitting to Kamala Harris. And yet here's a politician who's been in office since the nineteen seventies for a few accomplishments acting like Amy Coney Barrett. By the way doesn't know anything about firearms was that man's splitting. Why don't we just retire that phrase forever I would agree how about were you retire that phrase forever the idea that every time a guy explains anything in a woman's involved. It's man's planning course only if somebody on the right as the main left and nobody was making a big deal out of that it was endless last week a week ago today endless last week with the man's planning. That's the signifies you as an idiot if you use that term. All right. The term planning what I hear is I'm an idiot. Don't say it anymore. You gotTA. Play this for me. Clip number five, Cory Booker who just put you thought his sparticus moment during the cavenaugh hearings was ridiculous cory booker stood tall among jackasses yesterday. You've already spoken towards issues of racism how you deplore it but I want to ask you very simply I. Imagine he'll give me a very short resolute answer. But you condemn white supremacy. Correct. Thank you I'm glad to see that you said that I wish our president. Would say that. So resolutely unequivocally as well. He has like twenty times and and then so he got into with with her. So his questioning was, do you believe in the peaceful transfer of power questioning was is a systemic racism a problem in this country just all that sort of crap on cory booker he is the all time grand stander at these hearings. Yeah. Yeah. Just to the point of absurdity. I'll right. I get what you're trying to do here. You want me to like say things that'll be controversial trump blah blah blah and all right. Fantastic. Good for you. Talk, about an objectionable human go, there were a couple of senators. Who stood tall in terms of being just utter. Bad People, I'm trying to clean up my language. My over resolution. Really. During the cavenaugh hearings last year, there were a couple of just utter jerk faces jerk faces Bo l.. If you're going to clean up your language, you gotta come up with better terms than that. I mean. A. Couple of real a nooses. The trouble with mouth of them, both of them ran for the presidency of their party and both of them were summarily. Kicked to the side by the American voters who said, we have no interest in your candidacy those to emphasise were cory booker and Comalapa Harris and they weren't just kicked to the curb by American voters. They were kicked to the curb by Liberal Democrats right vote in primaries right there were humiliated and sent packing prior to either own party. One of them is likely to be the president in the next four years absolutely when her ancient mentor Joe Biden says I, can't can't even remember where the oval offices and these set packing via the twenty fifth amendment the problem with cleaning up your language I've found yes. Is that the substance because I think that regularly I think? You know you're thinking in and won millions of a second as you're going is you're speaking I think I don't WanNA use F word here, Judy or whatever. But then the substitute I think of it makes you. Like a Dork. Yes. Yeah and often and loses all its you know. Again, we have new listeners all the time. We don't want to shock them or make them think they're listening to some sort of a nasty morning zoo but we tend to use fairly frank language around here. There is no better word for bull spit than both spit the word that rhymes with it. Right? It is the perfect word for that. Calling Cory Booker a certain body part. Everybody knows exactly what I'm trying to say if I call them jerk face I think it loses some of its own. Jackwagon. Cory Booker is an enormous Jackwagon, any who moving along Gallup is out with a poll on the responses to the COVID. Situation and responses to the COVID? Response. and. This comes through the Lens of an article in the Science Journal. Political, science journal Politics and gender, which was looking into the Gallup poll and found all sorts of really interesting things about the way men and women react to. To Politics and specifically the cove thing. Now, if you're one of the fifty seven genders of facebook I don't know what to tell you. This is about fellas and gals. Find it very interesting. Keeping in mind will you folks. That the covert is much more dangerous for men than women significantly. So I don't have the number in front of me, but there is a highly disproportionate number of men who die of it compared to women have they nailed down if that's a genetic thing or if it's a lifestyle thing I think it's I think it is physiological inborn but if I if I should be corrected, feel free to correct me in this moves across time but is remarkably consistent. As fears have fallen than risen and fallen again, the spread between men and women is between eleven and thirteen percent women are thirteen percent more worried about the Cova than men But there are no differences between men and women just what's been social in fact, there's no such thing as a woman, a man who menstruate it's a man or whatever a man who gives birth to a woman who wears a beard is of something You know the foolishness I'm talking about The percentage of Americans wear masks when outside the home initially, it was a ten point spread. Now it's narrowed a great deal. It's only four point. So more more dudes are are wearing masks. And they get into that social distancing over the past twenty four hours. How often have you been practicing social distancing men? Always thirty five, percent women forty, seven percent it's a twelve point gap. Interestingly when it comes to very often men actually have a two point edge. It's ties essentially but women again with a significant edge generally speaking and never is four percent women seven percent men gender partisanship in the pandemic. Worried about getting the corona virus. Among Democratic men seventy seven percent. Republican twenty percent a fifty seven point gap. Between Democratic Men Republican men I don't want to be equivalent like yours. Do I'm not exactly sure what people mean by worried? They mean concerned Jack O. Thonis. Thank you for. Less than relaxed. Worried. Fifty seven point gap part of that is the sort of person who likes Republican policies. Versus Democrat policies. Part of that you believe is media bubbles. yowl there was a poll the came out over the weekend. D has the government handled corona virus well. Among people WHO WATCH MSNBC AND CNN it's three percent. Among people primarily.
"thonis" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper
"So far is not a clear pattern of how it's going. But like any aren't a virus mutates. Not as much as HIV. Not nearly but it. And is it possible that we might might end up being thing like influenzas where they're going to have to come up with new? Yes. Get guests every year as A. Little bit because so much of the mutations as as it will be the durability is okay. Right thing. Be I G- lead. You know I'm I'm giving you an opinion, but it's an opinion based on what what I told you. We're facts. Leak lerone seasonal coronavirus. That's facts the litter. So that their ability angle from the seasonal coronavirus forms next five. So that's one. Will we see in the literature of People's antibody titre to the spite? Invaluable, exactly with the. You know I I would say the structure structure is more hypothetical but yet. Is What we? You know few see this pattern of guy consolation. Jorge, Luis were sitting here my colleague. Immuno chemists he would be more vigorous about say, wow I, you know this thing is obvious guy don't can't see them. This is not gonNA last a can't last he would be very vigorous about it. We can't say we know that's more hypothetical based on what we've seen before. Could defeat exception it could be and I could be wrong but I think when you put these things together as each of the fact. You gotta say that the odds of this not being durable are really significant. Is there a possibility that Using Oh PV in conjunction with swift, one of these other viruses of vaccines that development could that also be a possibility is that you know that's what we were really offering a stopgap to get you back to work, and hopefully they have something that than extended. into a probably come back with this. Worse. Why is this avoided like the? Plank. No no you know. You raise the question. I don't WanNa think that way but I don't know just don't know. But there are some of the things that are going out pretty soon to Denmark is doing Guinea Bissau. They're doing Columbia, South America. You won't believe it. But Iran is a contact us throughout this thing because of the they're going hundred and thirty thousand people in Iran trial. In Asia will be doing things and. Russia has already seven weeks in, but Russia's take this with. Yet Mall I talked about was up to date Russia's. We don't talk about it because they didn't Aryans yet Russia's in the wrong province though that's in an area where the hard to getting any infection. So I don't know what we're going to get there, and then there's Mexico and Brazil talking to us, and that's where we are and the United States. I don't. Know what will happen maybe would maybe with one of these. So wealthy foundations, trusts, navy something last night on. Modest. thusly, it is causing. It sounds a key of you've got some exciting things going kick candling Yeah I. Mean Anything I. Know I tell you getting money he's really takes a lot of time and we're rich night today on the phone said you know this is all political he says, you know you gotta get used to it. It's politics waited Mrs Way was looking at it. Calling me get over it. It's all politics as usual. And honestly, central is not usual for me I used to this. Had this kind of thing. You know was at an agent nine left in H. H I always said support. You ask me about Reagan I didn't answer the question. So I will answer the question I didn't have any else I got support institute NCI Director and he believes. So I never had trouble but with think about Reagan versus the current. Ingredients, a nicer guy. De. Nicer smile addressed the more look if there was any difference in Reagan, the problem of ideology in the blood test would not have come one day earlier. No matter what Reagan did. We were supported. We solved the problem. Of course we made THIS NOT LG Infectious Disease Not Thonis Institute we did NCI Lila Berry. In with the funding that we add right and we were frustrated funding. Ruben Perez had their own funding. We were connected for quite a while. Okay we have the pen problem. Bought, that's the only place I would say left me dangling and they law I lost. Four years that's another story. But I lost four years of productivity. Routine. The period of my career was lost. For years for I would use vulgar words right now if you weren't there. Yeah you know what? I would say for something years. Were lost in it's hard to live with that for a while in. The anger level, the charts. Et Cetera et Cetera however. The government disliked anger that was that was true but Reagan was by then bomb. So I don't even hold rate is. You still have an interesting question. About for the rest of the World Cup for the social issues. The. Educational issues, right. How about for the hospital issues? How for taking manhood woman whatever you WANNA call it in saying to surgeons you can't stop patients AIDS coming into the hustle. which I saw. The. Button. By so this is not contagious aggressively going to get it from somebody. Sneezing at you this kind of ignorance was going on too long. So that could've taken presidential leadership on I'm saying is our live. Chat at that time was not hurt your was hurtling. For different reasons and. You know it's how you can compare him to anybody. But why do we use governments period is my question project trump. Would I listen to the president of Sweden Who I listened to any president. Listened to a president of what you know health in why do I care about his closest advisors? That's our national advisor, and so what I will do just as well going to mail university or Baltin this. Let me take the city of Baltimore I. Think we have public health there. Anyway we have Hopkins at the University of Maryland get again my advice there in on the phone was A. Jesus I mean, why don't we think central government is going to be expert since when we have major laboratories of research in central government in downtown in Washington and wing possess the word we think all this is happening individual labs individual research. We have a whole nation experts all over the place maybe we don't have a way of dreaming together. Well, we hope your work with the Innate Immune System produce some result results I'm really anxious to hear what the results of all those trials are in those countries that that sounds really promising. And? we definitely wish you luck with that and thank you so much for coming on. Your pleasure. Now. What's the timeline going to be? I mean honestly I don't know I ask. My friend Tony. Okay, we'll do that. Say you can even say I said to ask this. He knows the answer. Thank you so much and. I enjoyed it. It's great art with day. 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"thonis" Discussed on Passive Income Project
"Disagree with Peter thonis assertion that you've you. You spend her cyber. Your budget. Bad Luck. The problem is that people don't have a compelling enough future vision to work towards together to then do the work to figure out how to save together. They haven't ever had that conversation about wh- what that life is at trying to build, and there's no reason then for the savings so this if I'm a spender, I don't see the reason. Understand that on making a trade off when I'm when I use that dull. And it relationships are compromise rod as well lack I think back to the very much judy when I found out about financial independence, as I said always always crazy. Honestly it on the story is like. Idiot That much. You don't need to to be that much of a toss to get there like you're GonNa get eventually. It's ridiculous. What else doing some of the stories? But it was good, because May Montana. She sort of reeled me in a little bit to be more sensible. Yeah, N, she like the most important thing again automating relationship advisor. That's not my area of expertise, but. Like you need to be leaving a great loss it, this whole journey means nothing. Unless you're joining yourself and you'll even a good life, and that's what I. Warn People that when you first found out about it away. Whenever you have a goal, you can go a little bit too hot. Three quick and you can start impacting your quality of life like fire to me. The the the lost of file. The it's it's more of a main to change than it is anything else. He needs to like a psychological change that I value my freedom more than value a NAS. Watch all more than I value an Oscar or something like that right and you can make the distinction between how much is actually costing you and what is costing you now? This what what is causing the future? And what you'll giving up to to spend that money and you know that and understand how that works. You can still spend money like Austin spoilage on things now it here in London wheat. We we go at all the time. We ought to nice restaurants and spend a whole bunch of money, but we know what we giving up and we happy to give that up because that's the loft that we wanna live, it's not like you. It's not a right to financial independence yet by. Eight out of a dumpster and leaving on the street, I can No one wants to leave that. LAWF- it's about changing your mindset, the a really really kickoff doesn't actually cost a lot of money, and you can cut it out a whole bunch shit and still live a fantastic love nave an eight, an even biddle off than what is salty by these marketing companies. that. Make sense, but like yeah, that's that ease. Philosophy giveaways prioritized. Loss, but also being money conscious. Wall Strana leave that great loss not of the stock like I said I was to outgrow bought like the further along journey guard. We just leaving the loss that we WANNA leave forever, Wall. Street money conscious, and that may has vibe while with with my girlfriend..
"thonis" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"Be realistic. What if you had thirty seven billion Joe. Well, if you the way you don't know y'all giving away stuff. Okay. Thirty seven. As a teacher, most of them spending that much for the parent and not the chat. That's a word Christine is my budget was a hundred dollars es and was okay. Christina says lady that had a long day this is giving me life. Get Thonis says delegation. I'm late. But it's two AM in Robie Kenyan. But I am lauded. Hey core. Okay. All right. So let me see Sasha went to. Dan? Obama says Yalo speaking wise, people language, I got my prom dress for high school for hundred dollars. Did my own makeup and my cousin did my hair? Come on. I told you. Oh, Joey, yes, let's go with joy makeup and hair is about five hundred wear makeup in. Here's five hundred woods. Or. I think maybe she meaning yeah. I guess after your bundles. I mean and install the crazy like you. You can't spend five hundred dollars on makeup. But what I'm saying is this, like, for the average person who was going to put my I'm not spending a lot of money to send you to prom. I think three hundred to five hundred is a good budget. First of all, your beautiful already. You are fearfully in wonder five me, God, did you don't need. I don't need to hold on L, anything above dresses is extra. And I do limos and stuff. They don't. That's what I'm saying. A black Yuban. Maybe I'm gonna give y'all gift certificate young on dinner dinner after year. Yeah. TGIF core. Mica cheddars, whatever, like a cheesecake factory. I hop like I whatever however you wanna live your life is saying, but eighteen thousand dollars. Okay. The advice column. No, we did. Yes. We did three New York, family van my show, you know what I'm here to help. Okay. What I'm gonna tell me about my thing. I'm here to help us on tell me how to do much I am. He had to help you do the work. Do you watch Yonglin sometimes? All right. Y'all guy beef. No. I just don't care for her ways of helping people I, I don't think I can handle it because I'm so sensitive that I can't handle. No, I think I would handle it very well, I just don't agree with some of the ways that she Janet when that girl Custer out on this, that wasn't rice. We should interest you for her. I did I tried to I tried to rescue her. Because some some people can handle you come at them like this. I'm saying, like, I just think her approach can be a little aggressive. I'm speaking at a conference in Atlanta, and almost be speaking their second September. It's kind of a big deal. The Holy Ghost is been on platforms with greater core core. Anyhow, you're kind of awesome. We're going to be moving onto the advice corm corm for forum. Core has taken over every aspect of your show that now you can't even use did y'all go to prompt. Yes. We went to our junior in our senior prom. And as a matter of fact, our mother planned our senior prom, 'cause we went to a small school didn't even have no class of twelve eighteen. Well, we to in two thousand five know how many people in our class. Oh, twenty one class of students out of your mind. Oh, we buy degree. Eight nine probably don't mean nothing because schools, not even open any more. Did you know that no close? The I never went back once I thing I don't go mad just should've core. First of all, things real I was on 'cause some somebody follow me on Facebook on my Facebook page. And then I went onto the website is close. Any who? So basically I deployment on me nothing. Which is why we're crazy. So here Linney everyone's laughing at you, because you're crazy may, yes. Okay. Okay. So listen. I haven't advice question. Okay. Bring your life together. I am. I'm going into my special place. Okay. So that's to me about a month ago and told me to write a book, the book will be about my journey so far in Christ..
"thonis" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Little too full coverage for me. I'm now back onto my Germany luminous silk foundation, which Jefferson says is one of the best, I love the Norristown Dacian. I need full coverage because old police. Those only one story that any the there's two big stories today, and the other three actually are pretty big second story game of thrones finale last night. Eight years for me personally, waiting ten years for some people, most people probably like one year Thonis, but it happened. And this is what I have to say. Everyone big all sums and everyone is disappointed except for me. What I thought it was the way it was buttoned up, like maybe it's not the way I would have done it in my dream world, Danny John ruled together, having lethal incestuous babies, and everyone starts winter village. The seven kingdoms, of course, I would love that we always knew it wasn't going to be a happy ending. So with that in mind, it was a pretty happy. I thought it was happy ending. I'm not mad, this is what I was saying to Ben. I'm like, I'm not mad at all that it came full circle. We tied up a lot of loose ends. Like I like that end in like a Disney channel show kind of way like not everyone's happy. But like there's peace in the realm, I liked that. But how we got there made it literally no sense. But what was? The point in all this John drama being target having. If we never would have found out, she would have been the same except him being a target area and the rightful heir mainly Danny. Contributed to her badness? What I did like that. They did. I never as much as I wanted him to sit on the throne. And I think I predicted last week that that would have been like my ending. I never thought he was fit for this thrown first of all, he's he died. So I don't think that like he was brought back to, you know, help build this new world like that was his role in to help kill the night, king. But I don't think dead person sits like someone on their second life would sit on the throne. I don't know. Not just like to me, it's like as much as I stand him and like I loved him, and he really was the rightful heir to the throne. The more I got to see him. I'm like, he would make a terrible leader. Like sometimes the hard decision is not the right, the right decision is the hard decision and like he could not be bothered to make any sort of decision, like he knew Jenny was terrible. But he's still like I love fees duty like shut the fuck up. Like so being a good Miller is knowing what, what's right and knowing how to move forward, and he was such a goddamn policy. I don't think I didn't want him to be the ruler. I think he would have been a good ruler. He's always made hard decisions like when he had to go make peace with the Wild Wings and unite them like who else could have done that how my season eight John? John would never have done that like season. One John was such a man. No has season. Seven he went down to, to get the dragon stone, and he held his own up until she went above the wall and lost dragon for him. And that's when he decided she was his cleaning, you know what we were all there when they were holding hands, my Queen, when she was telling me to the unsullied and the death, rocky about taking winter fell.
"thonis" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"thonis" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"thonis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
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"thonis" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"This was an actual, you know, it happened a few days ago, and they're hundreds of miles away their hundreds and hundreds of that. That's not invasion who could ever have guessed. How could Jim look at me. I'm Jim Acosta have ever guessed that people hundreds of miles away moving in our direction would eventually reach our border. I mean, hundreds of miles away. That's like an eternity. They've just keep walking for forever. I mean, it was it was stupid on its face. Trump was entirely entirely in the right. And then the people charged the border. You can't just let them come in. And so the and they were throwing things at our border agents. As Trump said, they would Trump said, look, they did it in Mexico. What makes you think they're not going to do it? Here those pictures that Jim look at me. I'm Jim Acosta were that he was referring to those pictures pictures of them storming fences in Mexico. So Trump was absolutely right to say they were going to do that here as well. Why not why wouldn't they do the exact same thing? Totally in the right. And of course, now the networks play the gassing oats gassing of children. Oh, my the stuff on Twitter yesterday. Unbelievable, this inhuman beast this. And he is gassing children is gassing children. Here's the way the network played. It the images of the tear gas used at the US Mexico border seen across the country and the world thousands of migrants. From that caravan have now arrived into wanna some of them breaking through Mexican security US border patrol than firing tear gas at them this mother and her children among those caught indicate offs tonight. President Trump was asked about the tear gas. We met sixteen year old Henry covered those bandages and one of the things that he says is that. He's not going to stop. He wants to still get into the United States, and he's not going to quit now. Just because he was going to the glances forced to Thonis to close. The sandy seizure of port of entry one of the busiest on the planet for nearly seven hours thousands of people most there legally stranded at the border. Officers are trying to keep the peace after hundreds of mush the US Mexico border yesterday started as a peaceful March turned into chaos US, authorities fired tear gas at mostly adult males. But some of it women and children including Maria Mesa her escape captured in this dramatic photo. We caught up with her today. When I see that photo. I just want to cry. She says claiming that she wasn't crossing the border illegally, but trying to reach it to apply for asylum. So I told you that photo, right? It's going to win the Pulitzer. I told you it was a big big deal that picture it reminded me of the napalm girl. I don't know if you remember of seen the picture in one thousand nine sixty three in Vietnam the Southie. Aetna AMIS who are allies accidentally mistook a village for a force of Viet Cong, and they napalm them in this little girl came running naked out of the village screaming and that became an iconic picture, Richard Nixon at one point wondered was posed. I mean, people have been wondering about this picture was it pose it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. You know, as as boss tweed when said about the cartoons that brought help bring down his administration people don't read, but they can look at the pictures, and that's what they're depending on here. And of course, you know. Not only not only are. Well, let let's start with tear-gas. Let's start with this. The Washington Times has reported that the same tear gas agent that the Trump administration is taking heat for deployment against a border mob. This weekend is actually used fairly frequently including more than once a month during the leader years of President Obama's administration, according to homeland security data US customs and border protection has used the what's called CS since two thousand ten and deployed twenty six times in fiscal twenty twelve and twenty seven times in two thousand thirteen the use dropped after that. But was still deployed three times in two thousand sixteen Mr. Obama's final full year in office UCS rose again and fiscal 2017, which was split between Obama and Trump. So it's something they do. So they don't have to kill people..
"thonis" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"The bulletin with UBS for all the latest insights and opinions from UBS and experts from around the world. Time here in London is seven thirty eight year, the globalist live on monocle twenty four with me MLC's Saudi Arabia's public prosecutor has concluded that the person who ordered the murder of the journalist. Jemele Shoji was a senior intelligence officer, not the crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, the world has been United in its condom nation of Mr. Shoji's murder last month in the Saudi consulate in the Turkish city of stumble with widespread suspicion that only the crown prince and he's known would sanctions to killing here. With me in the studio is a Middle East analyst Bill who also knew about Haji. Welcome back. Phil, thanks to see. Thank you for coming expansion a little bit about what these conclusions are that the public prosecutor has drawn. Well, the public prosecutor is now saying that eleven people are involved in the killing that five of them is seeking the death penalty for that the Saudis have gone back to this narrative of a rogue killing which they floated you may recall two or three weeks. Ago the Saudis had several narrators. I I think I lost count around five about what's actually happened in the in in the constant. I think that it is an attempt by the Saudis to draw a line. Clearly, it's an attempt to separate Mohammed bin Salman from from this atrocious act. It's it's not going to work outside Saudi Arabia. I don't think although there are efforts certainly in Washington as we've seen in past couple of days to to keep mom separated. From from the the plot to kill those amount. High Shoji one of the things that's that's interesting is that the Americans have now brought in the Magnitsky act. So they've named seventeen people who they're going to bring sanctions against one of the Masada Kettani Kettani is very close to Muhammad's Amman. He's a man who is been involved in for example, the roundup of a very senior members of the ruling family and. Businessmen last November in the Ritz Carlton hotel. You may recall that that event they were subsequently many of them were beaten up. They were basically forced to give up billions. It was a it was a very thuggish enterprise Thonis very thuggish individual now he's been named which I find interesting something else. That's happened. Is there is a reports that Fetterman woolen who is in exile in the United States that Donald Trump may be prepared offer him up to Turkey. So the Turks will will top their drip, drip approach. That's interesting. And of course, they finally got around Donald Trump did to appointing an ambassador in Saudi Arabia, and this is a career embassador a retired General, John, he's Lebanese American fluent Arabic. And I think that's because they want to keep Jared Kushner clean a in this situation. Christmas been very very quiet about them been someone has said nothing. This is all attempt to in my. View to keep the peace process that that Kushner and. My man and Mignot who have cobbled together. Trying to force down the throats of the Palestinians have very bad deal. Trump wants to keep a Saudi Arabian play against Iran wants the oil prices situation manage so he wants to keep 'em Bs in play. But I think politically it's a bit of a gamble because NBS is very seriously damaged no one believes that he was not involved in and did not give the orders version Malaysia to be murdered. So I mean, just trying to pick an a lot of that seems to be very simple narrative that's been offered by the Saudis that conclusion is perhaps no surprise at think anybody learned anything new in that can conclusions won't know did anyone outside Saudi Arabia trusted. Do people inside Saudi Arabia. She believed this narrative. It's very hard to gauge what people do don't believe. Because right now, there's a cultural climate of fear. So that if you didn't believe it, then you best not talk about it. I think there is that with over. There is a high degree of skepticism within senior members of the willing family. There is a high degree of skepticism. I think among many many thoughtful people in Saudi Arabia, but you can you can rest assured, they will not be openly speaking of that. Because of of what mom manage shown himself to be capable of. He has thousands of people detained and and many many people who would have assisted him..
"thonis" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"I thought it was about eight, and you know, what a couple of been recent hires to psalms that had been there that brand new, but I was gonna say Ron Rivera, Bill Belichick Pete Carroll. But they're all Mike Tomlin does long time. Their view has coach is not offense or defense because they're defensive coaches CEO Kohler head coach coaches. Yeah. You look at Doug is an offense. Yes. Yes. What offense the coaches don't call the room place? That's really even a deeper conversation. Because if you if you're an offense of coach, you want to call the place, you don't want somebody else to do it for you, Ron in media, Pennsylvania. Hi ronald. Mike Zimmer Zimmer the difficult. Wow. So really using third. What's up, brother? Hey. I agree with you. Is way too much offense. One thing is way too many penalties being called, and I know that. That every day on every possession. They can call promoting or they can call you. On decent you covered a wide receivers. It should be an eagles game in overtime. It's a time where you let the players play. You don't call three. Stir with a four pack packing a furnace on that. Last driving all the time. You do not you win this tycoon situation. Certain times the came. The Sidney Jones play was a blatant pass interference. Yeah. Jail. Jalen meals, one was kinda ticky tack. They could've seen them letting that one. Yeah. Now, I'm with you on that. When I'm with you on that when they could have let me go. I would like to see more. I'm a defense. I like to see more defense. But just like these guys were you got guys out there to back defensive back Thonis wide receivers and the ball is right there. And then let them fight for the ball. You know, Michigan long running three people twelve people's arms, downright many too, many ticky tax penalties. Now. That's now. That's the one around. Listen, I agree with you. That's the penalty that frustrates you the most because dependent on what officiating crew you have. They may let that go or they may call everything. Yeah. You're right. Just depends. Who has you that day? We miss Matt Patricia too. So that's another Matt Patricia. Yeah. You know what though? How many of those are actually good teams? None of them. So let's ask that question. Carol you give Caroline. Coach tomlin. Embellish jag. Give sort of been there long enough to four in the west, our defensive coaches Wilkes isn't he hasn't shown anything, right Carolina. And Dan, Quinn, you give both of them credit. They've been good teams to the Super Bowl to Matt Patricia. Last time we had one here Zimmer. Yes. A defence coach Ronnie Ray wrote, right. Yeah. Right coach. Yeah. But that's who used to hire was defensive coach. And then you would have the offensive coordinator. Yep. Marion Campbell defensive coach Buddy Ryan defensive coach. And then you had Richie Richie Kotite in their then you you brought in Ray. And then Andy since then it's been yet own sense owners have gotten smart if you got a young quarterback or you got a good franchise quarterback. You want him to be set surrounded worse. An offense a minded coach is what happens when an offensive coordinator's good. The only gets plugged. He gets a job somewhere. Then you're starting who've stuck so you need to head coach. Therefore, I agree with you on a percentage, they makes the most sense Jeffrey Loria came here he wanted an offensive coach he wanted to try to do with the with the forty Niners doing with the west coast offense, you broaden you brought a Gruden railroads that was his answer to that. And he saw that he lost Gruden. He knew he was losing. But he couldn't fire. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's what it was. Yeah. That's what it was. And Gruden went to went to wanted to keep them. But he just felt like the rates come off a plane. Off year, and he couldn't can them at that point. We see twenty percents off all windows and doors, no money down up to three years to pay off interest free. Call guide adored window today. Eight seven seven go God or visit go, gee, you idea a dot com. We'll ask our ase Mike Florio. He joins us coming up here. Five twenty five from pro football, talk and NBC football night in America when he thinks about the offense. And if he thinks this eagles team where they are right now does he know what to expect coming up on Sunday?.
"thonis" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Atlanta, delays in less than three minutes among others at, seven ten our midtown. Temperature is seventy two a man witnesses the murder of. His own father in downtown. Atlanta eight forty something year old male was found. Shot and to see Atlanta police Lieutenant Andrea Webster tells us. It happened in the three hundred block of Peachtree the victim's son is not been able to tell detectives much they're also canvassing possible witnesses to develop leads. And suspects a four car accident. Pins a sixty one year old woman between her vehicle. And a gas pump Thonis circle. K. to capitalise spokesman Shira, Campbell tells WSB her grandkids were in the, car children are now with their mother they, were in that car but. Their mother arrived on the grandma's critical, a carful of juvenile sped into the station triggering the chain reaction crash the. Suspects ran off Georgia Tech president but Peterson promises changes after four high ranking administrators are. Caught abusing, their office the, chancellor rebukes, Peterson saying, the buck for lax management and unethical. Behavior stops, with him he says Peterson Counteract the, widespread assumption that ethical abuses attack are tolerated Peterson outlines corrective steps including, auditors. Reporting directly to him he does, not rule out, more personnel changes Superior Court Judge sends three ineligible, Marietta high school football. Players back to the Georgia high school association after listening. To arguments from both sides here in the courtroom the judge recommends the three. Football players and their attorneys go before the Georgia high school. Association and ask for a hearing the organization ruling the three not eligible to play football because they don't live in the district now judge Ingram telling the. Parties whether you are eligible to. Play is not up to me I don't see what. The association has to lose by. Having a hearing WSB's Robin, will- linski says the judge is compelling the, g HSA to let the student athletes individually, appeal WSB.
"thonis" Discussed on Daily Racing Form
"One the twelve is cat addiction made source ten to one for steve asan broke the maiden in for fifty last time in the debut and you wonder there's a little bit of pedigree here's a half snappers sinclair so perhaps they thought something was missed with them why would you dangle them for tag or you just the run i was very impressed by the career debut he got pinched down on the inside had come out with his big sweeping move and he finished full run now i know there was over sloppy sealed racetrack and i'm not entirely sure if they'll translate to a fast main track but i was impressed with what i saw here he's slow on paper but with the other speeding here with his running style he shone the already pass horses i think you make an interesting cases a live outsider for the number twelve addiction the number thirteen over analyzer made m nineteen to one just thought that grew debut was okay nothing great but nothing offensive thonis went out there did what he needed to do got the job done against low on paper going to need to move forward wonderful another forces well and you're gonna find that very often early on in the season when you get some precocious horses if you can get a graded stakes victory or a stakes win of any kind even if this isn't really there surface going forward the connections are going to do that if this horse looks like he's a little bit precocious got some cosseting going get him already going brigham from post thirteen is no bargain whatsoever but the damn side there is more turf i wonder if down the road ends up being attor force made him nineteen to one to get into the pick in the play for is number eleven at churchill downs on saturday afternoon i'm going with the twelve cat addiction he's not the most likely winner of this race but i liked what i saw i think there's a scenario where the pace heats up he's gonna come with a serious run and i think the distances any issue form nim brought up that he's a half the snappers claire the dam was graded stakes play she was a solid dirt sprinter i think there's a lot to like here about cat addiction made him ten to one play ten dollars to win and show on the twelve cat addiction at those odds more likely when candidates in this race very obvious tales of chaucer toothless wonder sir troubadour when spies any of those horses got the job done even shanghaied ru now toward the inside but to me i won't take a little bit of shot in here with his baby races sometimes you gotta pass the figures because they can jump up by leaps and bounds from start one start to start to start three i'll give shot with number twelve cat addiction for steve asmussen and the bashford manor wrap things up with one of two grade one races for this upcoming weekend the other grade one coming up north of the border at woodbine in the highlander this race monmouth park down on the jersey shore race number eleven to grade one united nations a mile and three eighths on the turf course let's take a look at the field the number one is fun tastic one of four in here you've got a nine horse field and four of them are trained chad brown fun tastic to me looks like the outsider he had a very very cushy set up in that most recent star made him thirty two to one the number two one go all go he didn't have the most cushy set up in the manhattan most recently a horse likes to be four the placed on fortunately he could not establish that early position and it cost him drawing a line through that the form prior to that all he had done was ripped off one two three four five six consecutive triple digit buyers i expect him before he could be loose on the lead and if that's the case this horse is very dangerous and made one go all go seven to one number three's profiteer for shook mcgahey i've never been a big fan of this horse he most recently dead heated with curl of in a race at belmont park made the twenty fifth third place finisher highland sky most recently came back to be a next winter with a one zero three.
"thonis" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"You remember when time magazine had a bunch of women on the cover for women of the year one of those is a local lawmaker here in california guess who's been accused of sexual harassment the fact that local california lawmaker who's on the cover of time magazine as one of the women of the year more than one male had made an allegation against her she grew up them and nobody reported only came forward only because she had been complaining about this movement and said she been a victim of sexual harassment got about cetera accusations against her such hypocrisy such thonis and we were this close this close to having hillary become president i stay she won the popular vote but for the electoral college sheet in the white house i think time magazine schiff given the man of the year to the founding fathers but for those old dead white guys chief in the white house she sitting at 1600 pennsylvania avenue we're talking about fighting climate change talking about a marked march to single payer course raising taxes on rich people of course government mandate a childcare guerman ended healthcare governmentmandated you name it equal pay never mind equal pay is already on the books semi my named john f kennedy sign that law in the '60s now they want comparative pay they want to figure out if you're at a company and you're the only person they're doing it your particular job in your make an x and the somebody in another company in your particular jonah making x plus well then you are being shafted if you're a woman that's what they want to do that with a would've been doing at hillary been elected to campaign on it.
"thonis" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"These people are such thonis there such frauds they want to keep you the normal person from enjoying the beach and enjoying the river bed because no no no you're going to foul it that's bad so but but when it comes to these vagrants ninety percent of a choose to live this way it's okay for them the poison the riverbed the ground water supply and the ocean water because they're more noble than we are because they choose to live outdoors in their own self and we don't we actually get up and work and build a house for ourselves and we're secondclass this is the crap that has to be destroyed these are the ideologies that half to be destroyed but did you know because now we're gonna talk about ellie county in la city and it's kinda the opposite universe what they're gonna do about these homeless encampments in these high risk fire zones john did you see this statistic in the west la service area including bellier imprint with the homeless population is five thousand five hundred eleven yes that seems like a lot of people to me yes they're all over the frigg in place i have been there in any six loaded in the last few years in you takes them into your home your chest you know they're they're just going to start ending up on people's up front one soon site and they had a real fire the belair fire we know for certain was started by homeless people with their cooking implements solid to hungo which is part of the city of la also had what is believed to be a fire that started with homeless people encampment what is their response now in orange county is due doing the responses we could a form a task force and we're going to go advocate a talk to people and try to educate the no dodoko make them understand the deemed chair is this is the thinking and then may be down the road we would clear out the camp now they're never gonna cleared out because you do what they're doing in orange county you just cleared out give them a warning and you say january twenty sackett were clear in this place out leave soon as you can't because you're ever coming back you're not going to be allowed that's what you do if you're serious they're.
"thonis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"I witnessed uh and in a hopeless has held no that's that's michael stevens it's very interesting houston texas did you see any abandoned pets well i didn't see any abandoned pets but i saw plenty of stories of rescues of pets which i'm sure you've seen as well now when you walk around the streets of used to when you drive the streets of houston whereas to give a lot of money to the red cross but in my opinion everything i've read about the red cross in what i witnessed at sandy in the hurricane sandy in your these are big bunch up phonies this is a bunch of thonis that a great deal of money goes to uh goes to emergency service lines from the red cross that they failed to man yeah we got we raise money to ways awareness of emergency service lines for the red cross but she then there's nobody manning them uh we we see a lot of photos a lot of tv shots a lot of photo ops where we see red cross eighteen wheelers and people in the shots and the minute the cameras go off these people disappear what rescue services have you seen if any in houston texas i personally seen him walter i i haven't it but you bring up at great point because up to this point um in in i i i've trusted the red cross but i don't have that information that you have any time and i can them all the time as you do what everybody else every time i get uh uh you know a call and ask it going to benefit though you know police association they show whatever it is i always have the question that they have cancer that i.
"thonis" Discussed on WJR 760
"Last part of the school year before they were released four summer school says oh big wasted time anyway we'll we'll bring that up and you think about their time would you like to go to a school year round no not necessarily not your again you're going to get some time off through the course another year but you would have liked you wouldn't have suggested to your parents yo mom and dad i'd like to go to your own school system now didn't it wouldn't have been you wouldn't have known many different kinds of that's just the way it would have been he ever i i liked i liked having my summer time and so he got the two votes for that we'll see a and you all think about that too as we make our way toward 8 o'clock and the reason i got look who's posted their to lord you see that and you're a big fan of this show as well right right yeah all right and so the question uh bigger fan in eu night on ethnic air do you have the entire what seven eight seasons the compilation absolutely handle i had the thing that you have rightly eggbox yeah right yeah so the question is there is he the number one paid comic in the last year and were you aware of this at all time not act as so yeah there he he's back that kid we call them the king of comedy i guess but for those of you who are looking you see a picture of jerry seinfeld there he wishes he had that much hair now he added that we are a door that brings up an interesting question to town because and i'll tell you how much money he made from june of last year to june of this year but there is in a seinfeld episode and he's talking on his apartment phone you see that thonis gatt with the antenna viagra writer and then scroll to the next picture everyone and he's walking around in the room there and you see over there on the on the countertop is table his desktop in the corner there that computer commodore 64 what is it you really you would know the names of them will win the dead one of the what it in an apple i don't think so i bet looks more like ours our here's the.