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"tim ray" Discussed on WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

07:31 min | 7 months ago

"tim ray" Discussed on WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

"Let's go ahead and get started. So i i'm going to be starting with the kaffir lime tumor and rice. The toxic buying herbal face masks. And what i love about this mask is that you're able to use this in two ways just an f. i that's like a little tip that i do is when i first started. I kind of put it on and work it in as like a face scrub and then i'm going to show you step. Two of what. I do is i then go ahead and applied as a face mask so you can put a little bit in your hand just like that whoops dropping stuff everywhere. Oh gosh sometimes he gave missy with our skincare but hey is all good because the goal is to look good so i'm just going to work in. It's my hand with water. And i'm going to go ahead and start using it as a quick little face scrub which i really liked doing because it does not create any micro tears like Apricot scrubs or anything like that. So i'm just going to work it in just a little bit of water with this grub and i'm just gonna go and circle motions and going to use it just all around my face nice and comfy and just scrub a dubbed Right around the nose especially as one of my problem areas and in my pores. I'm so conscious of pours. You guys like they are enormous but getting smaller. Thanks to these amazing products that sutan has provided so next. I'm gonna go ahead now and knicks it for the face masks which is kind of how i do it. You know i. I will use it as a scrub and then i'll go in. Use it as a face mask. So i'm just gonna use a little bit more water and a little bit more products or was begun to become into like a nice little paste. And so once i have it worked in into a nice little pace in my hand. Just gonna go ahead and apply it nice and thick to my skin so just kind of all over and this does have to merick in it. So it's really good. If you have any discoloration on your face hyper pigmentation which i really do get like around my mouth and on the side of my face is also really good if you have hyper pigmentation from acne scarring. That is another reason. Why you wanna get down. Tim ray but i like this mask from sudan a lot better than just using straight soon wreck. Because i don't have to worry about staining my stuff it's got just enough to make in. Its do the job but it does not stay my stuff and as you guys can see. I'm pretty messy. So now i'm just giving a little bit of a fan to let it dry just making sure i didn't miss any areas. Did i miss anything. I don't think i did just kind of tapping it in a little bit. Giving a little bit more air and then we are going to. Just let this sit so again. That was decaf year lime tomb rick. Rice face masks and it is jasmine rice. Guys i love anything like with rice are face. It really helps with minimizing pours. Fyi so i highly recommend picking this one up you can head over to sutan dot com and take a look at their product offerings. I'm gonna be using everything from their line in his video today. And i really cannot tell you guys how much i love this line. Now if you haven't. I do have another episode. You're on the podcast available on podcast and on youtube where you could actually hear my full review of these products. I go over in detail. What's in them and the thing. That's pretty cool. I'm burning myself girl. Y'all see how hard i've been working over here. It really struggle is so incredibly real. So i just burned myself on my face steamer. I was trying to give myself a little spot day. And it kind of backfire. That's all right so my towel is starting to go down and hopefully burn myself again. Oh right so now that. That's kind of cool down a bit. I am going to just take my towel and get the excess water off and i will start removing this mask from my face so i lied. I actually. I'm not going to remove the for my face yet because i wanted to drag out a little bit and most importantly while it is sitting on my face i am going to use another product from sutan. It is the bergamot and sesame. Hair mask oil. So i like that because i had never heard about here mask oil and i wanna moisturizes this hair okay. These bundles need a little bit of love. They're looking at. We'll be dry and a little bit frayed. So i wanna put a couple drops of this in while my mask is working. That is multitasking. Okay 'cause this needs to be quite as many facial. So i love this. Oil look at how much of a sheen has where i love about the sudan oils is that they're not just greasy and sitting on your skin. They are really really really highly made and they smell so good on my goodness small so good and when you put them on it absorbs into whatever you put on so well and leave nothing but hydration behind. So i'm going to be using this on the ends of my hair right there on the very tippy tips where it gets really dry and frayed from like overuse of curling irons interest being the older hair down at the bottom that kind of takes the beating out my fingers still hurts anyway Really really really works well and it does not leave hair feeling greasy which is interesting like it goes and it repairs and it just kinda dries and disappears. And you're just left with some really soft manageable hair so now wa that's just of doing his job and waiting for my face master dry. I'm looking i'm looking. I'm looking for the next. Oh right so we are packed. And now i feel like my mask has dried really well. My hair is feeling really good from that oil. And i feel like my skin is gonna look so good when i take this mask off. I like this mass because it does not over dry or over titan. I don't feel like having my face. Ripped off when i use this masote. That is great. So now what i am going to do is i'm going to go in with that hot towel again. But i'm not gonna burn myself this time. I think you're still hurts. Guys is still hurts. And i'm just gonna let some nice air get into that towel and i'm going to slowly but surely start removing the mess so i'm just gonna put it like down my chim. I because i kind of had more products saturated in that area mine. Just let it sit there to loosen things up. Before i go in and start pulling and then i'm just gonna go in and slowly but surely removed them mask this mass fuel so good like when i tell you it minimises the poor's something about jasmine rice and tumor together really works for my skin. So if you are really looking for something that's going to minimize your pores. I highly recommend you try to mask. It's very light. It leisure skin not feeling depleted like some mass.

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"tim ray" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"tim ray" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sheepshead turkey Tail Bearded hedgehog are these ales? They sound like good names for Ailes. They are They're not okay. Sheepshead turkey Tail. Velvet foot. Would these be cheeses? No, not cheeses, either. Any help Their jewelry makers hedgehog on the cheese board. What? I feared it If it got on the cheese board, it might be in the wrong place. But things that are hard to eat, like awful earth. Like, Well, not. They're not awful. They're not awful. But if you're laughing while you're trying to eat their recognizing that can make it harder for the hedgehog. So he's even have tails. Turkeys. Yeah, they have tails, but it's not typically something somebody orders a plate of bearded head shock, So it's so are these things that are more likely to be in a non entree or a side dish? I guess it depends. What kind of restaurant you go to Are they dairy product? They're they're very much not dairy product. How much more time do they get? We've got an hour to find a protein. There's certainly some protein in there. I'll give you 1/5 1. We'll take help says we're desperate. Well, it's not about desperation. You No, no, this is all about just okay would hear. Oh mushrooms? Yes. Mushrooms? Yes. Seven points. Generously. They're all types of edible mushrooms. I felt some energy from stereo left there. I think Caroline was onto it. Let's check in with our scorekeepers. Barry leads 27 2 24 going into Round two, which is the first of the says You bluffing Rounds played with a little musical help from our friend Tim Ray Paul, each person on your team. Has received a car. One of those cards gives the actual definition of a real but unfamiliar word. The poor souls who received the other two cards will have but a few seconds to make up a definition on the spot, good enough to fool Barry's team. 10 points are up for grabs to Barry if he can spot the truth teller or to you, Paul, if he can't A few moments musically enhanced took him up with a definition for the word. Hi, Idol. H y o I d a L Hi, Idol. Him..

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"tim ray" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

07:48 min | 11 months ago

"tim ray" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Just wanted to ask you that. That five have a son who That's much will be on the force here adaptable for one year. And what he made that decision. My wife seems to me, you know, in discussion with these in the said Should we talk to him about that decision? Should we try to talk him out of it? My circulation to her wife. Way have I'm sorry, Universal. But it means something way have men and women who from the daughters. Overseas to protect all right. To protect all about right. Yeah. I didn't feel like it was my right to try to talk my son being a Law enforcement officer here to protect the home front. One day we're making the sacrifice. With their Children. Yeah. If a parent is in that position. Please do not it Your son or daughter feels that calling Do that. Please don't talk him out of it because I gotta go to my son, someone to watch his back. Yeah. How? How old is your son, Tim? 1 22 years old girl to He's got his whole life ahead of him. And he chose because he his words to me one day with that I ate a fluid. That's right. Anything smart young man talking will come. Not bragging because you're my son. But people cannot them, Uh, privately say this point to do anything he wanted to do. Why does he want to be a cop today? Not tell them I said he hates the bully. And he wants to protect the others can protect themselves. Come bless him. Well, what? Don't don't give us his last thing. What's your son's first name? Jesse. All right, Listen, your message. I'm really glad that you've called in to him and said the story of your son Jesse 21 years old could do whatever he wants. And you're not trying to stop him to be a police officer. This is one of the hardest things a parent could do. Because it could be a traffic stop. It could be anything in that young man. Or that young woman could be in a deadly encounter. But you're right with good men and women hemorrhaging out of the police force. Because of the I mean, come on. They hate the police. They've hated them. Not just for the last 10 months. They've hated them since the sixties. They've hated them since Sacco and Vanzetti in the 19 thirties. But your son Jesse needs a good man or woman at his back when he goes to serve that warrant. When he makes that stuff on the highway, he needs somebody else to keep him. And all of us safe so Him. I can hand the emotion in your voice. I'm gonna pray for you. And for a while. The Jessie's who are out there making that decision because we need Maura. We need thousands and thousands off the Tim. Stay on the line we're going to send you were going to send your son Jesse. Just a token of our appreciation when I send you some of my books. But come bless you for that call. That's that's that's really why we can't give up. That call is why we don't give up and why we never give up. People are moaning they're talking about. You know, the fairness doctrine on radio. They're talking about Twitter. That man is going to get qualified. Go to the academy strap on a gun, put on a badge, then going harm's way every time he gets in the radio car. So let's get serious about our commitment to this nation. If Jesse can make that decision, you can make a difference. Why can't run for public office? I don't have the time. Really? But guess what if he can do that you can run for office. If he can do that in Europe programmer or you've got some money to invest, you could help create a new social media platform that's free. Respect Social media. Wow! And maybe Friday. That core. It's one of the most important we've had. Thank you, Tim. Ray, another man who's served this nation. Honorably welcome from Livermore. Thank you, Dr Jean. Thank you, 10. And thank you, Jesse. I've got friends and family in law enforcement and they're kind of the end of their terms. And they're looking for a way out because of this mess, and we do need good men and women to follow them back in Otherwise, the whole thing falls apart and I did call about censorship. And you know what being done to the president, and I fear that will happen to this program. No. You just mentioned the fairness doctrine. But I see them outmaneuvering us in a different way. Dr. G. You talked about a new platform. Black ones are nice. But if this apple smartphone and the Google smartphone decided not to host your app You're effectively dead in the water as we see with parlor. And, um And we've all feared of a censorship of free speech. I didn't think it would come through. Big business, So we're through big tech or this direction and that big tech would have this sort of influence on our politicians in the way that they do that they would be able to throttle Silence and now even shaming and cancelation, re education and even purging. Members of the Obama Obama administration all have plum positions in government and big tech and back again. These people who've worked for President Trump Look at the the professor there. Who got them. John Eastman Chapman University just got forced out of his job down and other to gain to stand by this president side are going to pay a price for it. And I fear that They're going to come after you and this show if they can shut you down on Twitter and Facebook, Dr G. The radio show is the next thing they're gonna go for, and Give me some Give me some hope here, Dr G that I'm overthinking this. No, I look, I don't have any concrete answer. My answer is is the last phone call? My my answer is Jesse. They will they will try it. But the human spirit and the American spirit cannot be quelled cannot be destroyed. And I give you just one answer. I'm not talking about violence and not talking about the civil war. I'm just talking about our power. There are at least 74 million off us. We're not some small community of wigger is in one province of China. We are 74 Million Americans strong. That's the answer. I don't have the algorithm. I don't have the legislation. Have America. I have the heart of America. I have tens of.

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"tim ray" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:27 min | 11 months ago

"tim ray" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"He may have been born in Britain, but now his heart is a medical. It's your favorite legal immigrant President Trump's former strategist, Dr Sebastian Gorka. Thank you. Thank you Raised cold in. We're gonna get a rape, but a good friend of living more, but first, waiting very patiently in Jacksonville line five. Tim. Thank you for your patience. Welcome to America first. Let's start the golden. Hey, say yesterday you had a long force mint officer call Talk about for the reason he was retired environment belong for profit. Just wanted to add to that. That by have a third him. That's my will be on the force here. Decibel for one year. Man. What? He made that decision. My wife came to me, You know, discussion with even the said Should we talk to him about that decision? Should we try to talk him out of it? My circulation to her wife. Way have upside universal, but it means something to weigh have men and women who from the daughters. Go overseas to protect our rights. To protect all of our right. Yeah. I didn't feel like it was my right to try to talk my son out of being a Law enforcement officer here to protect the home front. One day we're making the sacrifice. With their Children. Yeah. If a parent is in that position. Please do not if your son or daughter feels that calling Do that. Please don't talk them out of it because A lot, of course to my son, someone to watch his back. Yeah. How old is your son to him? Money. 22 years old broken. He's got his whole life ahead of him. And he chose because his words to me one day with that I ate a bullet. That's right. And he's a smart young man doesn't look I'm not bragging because you're my son. But people came up from, uh, privately say this point to do anything he wanted to do. Why does he want to be a cop today? And I tell them I said he hates the bully. He wants to protect the others can't take themselves. Come bless him. What? What? Don't don't give us his last thing. What's your son's first name? That's Jesse. All right, Listen, your message. I'm really glad that you called in to him and shared the story of your son, Jesse 21 years old could do whatever he wants. And you're not trying to stop him to be a police officer. This is one of the hardest things a parent could do. Because it could be a traffic stop. It could be anything and that young man or that young woman could be in a deadly encounter. But you're right with good men and women hemorrhaging out of the police force. Because of the I mean, come on. They hate the police. They've hated them. Not just for the last 10 months. They've hated them since the sixties. They've hated them since Sacco and Vanzetti in the 19 thirties. But your son Jesse needs a good man or woman at his back when he goes to serve that warrant. When he makes that stuff on the highway, he needs somebody else to keep him. And all of us safe so Him. I can hand the emotion in your voice. I'm gonna pray for you. And for a while. The Jessie's who are out there making that decision because we need Maura. We need thousands and thousands of the Tim stay on the line We're going to send you were going to send your son Jesse. Just a token of our appreciation when I send you some of my books. But God bless you for that call. That's that's xray. Aly. Why we can't give up. That call is why we don't give up and why we never give up. People are moaning they're talking about. You know, the fairness doctrine on radio. They're talking about Twitter. That man is going to get qualified. Go to the academy, strap on a gun, put on a badge and going harm's way every time he gets in the radio car. So let's get serious about our commitment to this nation. If Jesse can make that decision, you can make a difference. Why can't run for public office? I don't have the time. Really? But guess what if he can do that you can run for office. If he can do that in Europe programmer or you've got some money to invest, you can help create a new social media platform that's free. Respect Social media. Wow! And maybe Friday. That core. Is one of the most important we've had. Thank you, Tim. Ray, another man who's served this nation. Honorably welcome from Livermore. Thank you, Dr Jean. Thank you, 10. And thank you, Jesse. I've got friends and family in law enforcement and they're kind of the end of their terms. And they're looking for a way out because of this mess, and we do need good men and women to follow them back in Otherwise, the whole thing falls apart and I did call about censorship. And you know what being done to the president, and I fear that will happen to this program. No. You just mentioned the fairness doctrine. But I see them outmaneuvering us in a different way. Dr. G. You talked about a new platform. Black ones are nice. But if this apple smartphone and the Google smartphone decided not to host your app You're effectively dead in the water as we see with parlor. And, um And we've all feared a censorship of free speech. I didn't think it would come through. Big.

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"tim ray" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:39 min | 11 months ago

"tim ray" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Gorka right before Larry Elder it three on 8 60 am the answer. Hey, may have been born in Britain, but now his heart is a medical Get your favorite legal immigrant President Trump's former strategist, Dr Sebastian Gorka. Thank you. Thank you Raised called in when they're gonna rape But our good friend of Livermore but first Waiting very patiently in Jacksonville line five. Tim. Thank you for your patience. Welcome to America first. I start the gold to Hey, Uh, say yesterday you had a long force mint officer call Talk about for the reason he was retired environment along for Foster. Just wanted to add to that. That by haven't turned him that's much will be on the force here adaptable for one year. And what? He made that decision. My wife came to me, You know, in discussion with even the said, Should we talk to him about that decision? Should we try to talk him out of it? My circulation to her wife. Way have I'm sorry, Universal. But it means something to weigh have men and women from the daughters. Go overseas to protect, all right. To protect all of our right. I am. I didn't feel like it was my right to try to talk my son out of being a Law enforcement officer here to protect the home front. One day we're making the sacrifice. With their Children. Yeah. If a parent is in that position. Please do not if your son or daughter bills that calling Do that. Please don't talk him out of it because I gotta go to my son, someone to watch his back. Yeah. How? How old is your son to him? Only 22 years old and broke his whole life ahead of him. And he chose because he his words to me one day with that I ate a bullet. That's right. And he's a smart young man doesn't look I'm not bragging because you're my son. But people cannot, huh? Privately say this point to do anything he wanted to do. Why does he want to be a cop today? And I tell them I said he hates the bully. He wants to protect the others can protect themselves. Come bless him. What? What? Don't don't give us his last thing. What's your son's first name? That's Jesse. All right, Listen, your message. I'm really glad that you've called in to him and said the story of your son Jesse 21 years old could do whatever he wants. And you're not trying to stop him to be a police officer. This is one of the hardest things a parent could do. Because it could be a traffic stop. It could be anything and that young man or that young woman could be in a deadly encounter. But you're right with good men and women hemorrhaging out of the police force. Because of the I mean, come on. They hate the police. They've hated them. Not just for the last 10 months. They hated them since the sixties. They've hated them since Sacco and Vanzetti in the 19 thirties. But your son Jesse needs a good man or woman at his back when he goes to serve that warrant. When he makes that stuff on the highway, he needs somebody else to keep him. And all of us safe so Him. I can hand the emotion in your voice. I'm gonna pray for you. And for a while. The Jessie's who are out there making that decision because we need Maura. We need thousands and thousands off the Tim. Stay on the line we're going to send you were going to send your son Jesse. Just a token of our appreciation when I send you some of my books. But God bless you for that call. That's that's That's really why we can't give up. That call is why we don't give up and why we never give up. People are moaning they're talking about. You know, the fairness doctrine on radio. They're talking about Twitter. That man is going to get qualified Gianetti Academy strap on a gun put on a badge, then going harm's way every time he gets in the radio car. So let's get serious about our commitment to this nation. If Jesse can make that decision, you can make a difference. Why can't run for public office? I don't have the time. Really? Well, guess what if he can do that you can run for office. If he can do that in Europe programmer or you've got some money to invest, you could help create a new social media platform that's free. Respect Social media. Wow! And maybe Friday. That core. It's one of the most important we've had. Thank you, Tim. Ray, another man who's served this nation. Honorably welcome from Livermore. Thank you, Dr Jean. Thank you, Tim. And thank you, Jesse. I've got friends and family in law enforcement and they're kind of the end of their terms. And they're looking for a way out because of this mess, and we do need good men and women to follow them back in Otherwise, the whole thing falls apart and I did call about censorship and you know what's being done to the president, and I fear that will happen to this program. No. You just mentioned the fairness doctrine. But I see them outmaneuvering us in a different way. Dr. G. You talked about a new platform. Black ones are nice. But if there's apple smartphone, and the Google smartphone decided not to host your app. You're effectively dead in the water as we see with parlor. And, um And we've all feared of censorship of free speech. I didn't think it would come through. Big business, So we're through big tech or this direction.

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"tim ray" Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast

Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"tim ray" Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast

"I do my hair and makeup. And then i put on sweatpants and if i need to leave the house throwing a pair of jeans and it's a quick change. Yes i'm fully ready. I can leave the house change out of my slippers. And my sweats. And i have several pairs of comfy pants. I think the old navy joggers are where it's at a love them come in every color they have kind of an active wear material but i also like their french terry soft and cosies as i just can't wear those because i just don't think they're flattery non flat. That's not my goal so low on the list of rarities house pants stance. Okay so no joke. I have written down here. Pull on pants are okay. So tell me how that's different. Okay so i typically live in jeans. I am so uncomfortable in jeans these days because they come on i have gained the quarantine so my jeans are not comfortable anymore and i don't wanna live in them all day long so i started purchasing pull on pants with elastic waist. Embarrassed to even admit it but like holy hell. They're su- comfortable good player you getting like. Are they like denim pants jeans. No they are cotton. I have to purchase them both from stitch fix. I am a stitch fitch. I am a stitch. How do you say stitch fix subscriber. Wow that's so hard to say anyway. The first one that i really really love is by studio blue. And it's called the emma mid rise jogger. But it's a cotton pants. So it's not like a athletic or pant the other one that i have is by north face and it's called aphrodite. Motion capri that one is more athletic. Wear type. I wear them both all the time. They're my favorite go choose. They're both in black so they're easy to go with anything. I love them. I don't wanna quit them. Yeah so you are wearing the same thing i'm wearing. I mean you're wearing a job or you're just wearing like one step above my old navy jogger. I just look good in a baggy sweat sweatpants. because they're joggers. So they have a tapered ankle. They have a little bit of shape. I don't know. I might have to check them out. You might be convinced me. But i might need to try them on first. And they have a wide waistband. The ones that i have. They don't have like a thin cinched-waist man. You know what i mean. That makes a difference. But look i will tell you that. The goal of my pant wearing is not to look good. I think they're cute. But i don't think anybody's thinking. Damn megan looks good in those. There's nobody thinking that and that's okay. I'm actually wearing jeans now. But i'm wearing like a these are my duri loose fitting jeans. That used to be way too big and now they fixed rate when i go to pull a pair of jeans and my closet. I have to look at the the tag to see which. I'm looking for the fat jeans to put on. I bought myself four christmas. A matching like top and bottom sweatsuit. I'm so excited to open i. It's it's really cute. I'll take a picture okay. So we don't seem like the laziest of the laziest. Well i at this point. What's your favorite way to pass a little time. Do something for yourself. This is real easy. It's i'm in deep watch of Gilmore girls right now and i'm obsessed obsessed. I can't wait to be left alone. So i can turn on gilmore girls and just run away to stars hollow my me time that i wish i had done more of because every single time i sit down to do it i enjoy it. And i've shared this on an absolute podcasts. Before but our art classes with timori. And i need to do more i think. Why don't this more than it's another month before he do. I know it same with me for me. Because i don't want to like set up the stuff because i put away every time after i you will leave a link to timorese classes in the show notes and you can sign up for her patriotic which will give you an between one and three classes per week. And what's been really fun is in the number of years. We've been taking classes with tim. Ray probably five that we've been going there. I've never done a christmas class because we always say we're going to and then the holidays get so busy that finding an evening or an afternoon to go over there is really hard and so now. She's doing all these really adorable holiday paintings. And if i would just set up my station. I could have all the christmas painting. Well what's awesome about it to is. She does livestream it. But you always have access to it so not always but it does expire after several months. I think you don't have to do it at the same time. She's livestreaming the point. I was trained. Yes do you have a favorite book of the year. Okay so early twenty twenty. It was my goal to read. You're gonna laugh two books a month. I know you read two books a day and that fizzled off in like april. Like i just couldn't couldn't wrap my brain around it. So i'm going back to early in twenty twenty of the books that i read. I like to bass and it was probably jessica. Simpson's open book. That was a great one. I went back and looked at my good reeds for the year. Choose that would would definitely make my top ten. That feels like a hundred years ago. That i read that book and it was so funny because as i was reading so many people on the internet. Love that book and in my circle of book reading friends i think it was a great memoir. Did you see. They're making a fictionalized actually show about her life. She got like some major production deal. Choosing a favorite book for me is not something i can do. I read seventy eight bucks this year. I couldn't choose a favorite. I was looking at my list. And i will tell you. I will tell you a book that i've recommended to a lot of people and i really enjoyed and that is the the book called beach. Read and maybe. I should of emily. Henry.

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"tim ray" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"tim ray" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

"Now well done. That sounds just like tom. Tim tim ray brown tersely something. Whatever matters carbon carbon. hey. Eric sees them very very. Yeah so that's all they don't hate him. It's not his fault no he just happened to be lucky and all being unlucky at the same time we're years old fox that do just gets his whole life handed back through and fifty four years old. At what a guy. I've never heard of this man. I can't believe that that's very shocking to me. That should be that. That should be a name that everybody should really know. But apparently not so much eric. How many moons can use it. The earth in the cancer yes. He had his dancer. We didn't even talked about that. Does he still have cancer. I have no idea. The article was just talk about the fact that he was the only patient to ever recuperates worth twenty nine thousand nine. Doctors announce second person has been cured of hiv. Oh there you go. The second house happened. How many moons. How many moons it can you fit between earth and moon and the moon 'blanche hundred see. That's what i thought. I'm thinking somewhere around the hundred mark. It's eleven eleven eleven. It's the size of the american continent. That's pretty big so it is pretty big. This is the american gone to any of the american continent around. Yes if you were to take all that land mass and make it round. Then it would be that size eleven. How long does it take to get to travel across the moon. Not very long. Does it take to get to the moon three days or something three months It can be no. It's is it that. I don't think he was a long are some reason. I thought it's only a matter of a couple of days nowadays. does it take. This is an interesting podcast guys. Why don't you email an answer some questions for us. We don't have to ask them on. The show takes about three days.

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"tim ray" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"tim ray" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

"Good we are tracking the news. I don't even remember the dude's name. We said the story five minutes ago. What story eight. What are you talking about cohen stopping. Identify what happened again. Who's aids just type in berlin patient titan while you're looking that up did you know that you're ten times more likely to be bitten by a new yorker than a shark. I probably did know that. The berlin and has a podcast shocking timothy brown timothy timothy bring. He's earned american. He was called the at the two thousand eight conference on retroviruses. Go were there. You go tim brown timothy ray brown seventy billion people thirty seven million people guts just hating you. You hate your non thuds. You know why that name sounds weird to me. Because it reminds me of charles lee ray who of course used voodoo to transfer his soul into the body of a dull and became chucky. Now well done. That sounds just like tom. Tim tim ray brown tersely something. Whatever matters carbon carbon helium. Hey eric sees them very very. Yeah so that's all they don't hate him. It's not his fault no he just happened to be lucky and be being unlucky at the same time. We're years old. Fuck that dude. Just gets his whole life handed back through and fifty four years old. At what a guy. I've never heard of this man. I can't believe that that's very shocking to me. That should be that. That should be a name that everybody should really know. But apparently not so much eric. How many moons can use it. The earth in the cancer yes. He had kikuya dancer his dancer. We didn't even talked about that. Does he still have cancer. I have no idea the article was just talk about the fact that he was the only patient to ever recuperates worth twenty nine thousand. Nine doctors announced a second person has been cured veto. v very second house happened..

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"tim ray" Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast

Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"tim ray" Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast

"Megan and Wendy approved. We're going to tell you what we're loving you go first. All right, so my home is a thing that Wendy and I have loved for a long time that has pivoted for life in a pandemic and that is paint glass along with Tim Murray o r Everett Paine instructor 100% so windy and I if you follow us on Instagram, you've seen so many pictures of us painting timorese adorable studio in Newport Beach that she has since closed and very early on she made the pivot to teaching online classes. And at first I thought don't want to do them online because part of the appeal is that we would go and we'd have dinner beforehand and it really didn't even matter. We were painting. We just loved the process but it turns out that it totally translate dog. Life at home. I have. Shop supplies and she has a patreon where you can sign up for up to three classes a week depending on how much pain and you think you're going to want do and we also get her subscription box for my daughter. Although I think I am planning to steal the Halloween painting because me too so cute. It's very cute. And it is honest with a Steal Her patreon starts at $15 a month and fully worth it. I mean that's going to get you at least for paint classes and they are absolutely the typical Tim Ray style. I feel like she has thrived in this environment and I loved that little hour for myself of painting and I'm so glad that I can by the way this is not an ad for this is true love for painting. It's so much fun. I love it. I love it so much at the beginning of the pandemic. I set up like a little paint Studio out in my garage and I would go out there and paint I have we some job. Read in our garage in the last six months and so my little paint studio is gone, but I'm going to break out the Halloween one cuz it's adorable. Okay, so my approved is the feel-good show called Ted lasso on apple plus it's so good. I wish I knew about it..

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"tim ray" Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast

Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"tim ray" Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast

"For Megan and Wendy approved. We're going to tell you what we're loving you go first. All right, so my home is a thing that Wendy and I have loved for a long time that has pivoted for life in a pandemic and that is paint glass along with Tim Murray o r Everett Paine instructor 100% so windy and I if you follow us on Instagram, you've seen so many pictures of us painting timorese adorable studio in Newport Beach that she has since closed and very early on she made the pivot to teaching online classes. And at first I thought I don't want to do them online because part of the appeal is that we would go and we'd have dinner beforehand and it really didn't even matter. We were painting. We just loved the process but it turns out that it totally translate dog. Life at home. I have. Shop supplies and she has a patreon where you can sign up for up to three classes a week depending on how much pain and you think you're going to want to do and we also get her subscription box for my daughter. Although I think I am planning to steal the Halloween painting because me too so cute. It's very cute. And it is honest with a Steal Her patreon starts at $15 a month and fully worth it. I mean that's going to get you at least for paint classes and they are absolutely the typical Tim Ray style. I feel like she has thrived in this environment and I loved that little hour for myself of painting and I'm so glad that I can by the way this is not an ad for this is true love for painting. It's so much fun. I love it. I love it so much at the beginning of the pandemic. I set up like a little paint Studio out in my garage and I would go out there and paint I have we have some job. Read in our garage in the last six months and so my little paint studio is gone, but I'm going to break out the Halloween one cuz it's adorable. Okay, so my approved is the feel-good show called Ted lasso on apple plus it's so good. I wish I knew about it. No, actually, I wish I didn't know about it off was over because new episodes come out every Friday and they're only thirty minutes long and I like feel sad when it's over. It's a great show. It Stars Jason Sudeikis as Ted and he's an American football coach that is hired for a Premier League soccer team with no soccer training experience and see if you think it's about sports..

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"tim ray" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"tim ray" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Is definitely a great experience. Like I've had other trainers and. Ryan pays attention to details works on a lot footwork stuff and the way our body should move throughout the the workout. So. It is a great experience. Great Time every time. Though is making sure down working hard even if I'm tied I, WanNa stop. Let me push me every time so. Definitely a great guy to work with. Onto some really fun topics, we've ever players in the league I mean my favorite player hands down his car era I love his game his game is just so smooth in his hand. Best handled. All. Tom. com with needs healthy. He's the best guard NBA my. Shared. No goat with the Gold Lebron. By. skillset. like underdog. So Mugabe jrue holiday he's very underrated player alive town. Was skillset pretty high that thing has one of the best skill sets in the game. Not Awesome help these different player to his innards out debut this year the only player ever fifty points in his debut and was forever to do it on. This season. So, just like you're I'm curious how many players resting during the score fifty points against him novel club. Tim. RAY AGAINST OUR GAS Players did it Out says not actually out on the spurs played tough to score on. But on definitely Kobe Bryant Kobe. Deadly ai is tim done has been on the space for life. I definitely phase him in his. Cardi maybe there's one Nandy one man. Points on Tim dog in his name's urban. Out of everyone Kobe all those guys maybe scored forty. They never got the fifty one scored fifty seven points on the twenty five last press. That's crazy. Potman. His defensive schemes that make him put together. But he's just so quick. So crafty. So shifty. You know he has a million in one wasted to find his shot. You know which is why I love every time. I. Watch his Game I. Always I'm like wow. Go move more practice day. Regard Curry. Yeah. I mean. Not. Having a garden over the course of a game that I mean that's a different story that There's a big crowd and know that I might. Might have to go someone else. To Gordon one time just to see what it's like. Alad, loved that experience. Now Awesome and next give that guy that was the craziest anger breaker you ever saw from Kyrie. There's lots of from. Lots of fish. Wrong. I. Think he hit. a good time a new sixteen finals so I had A. Tough time checking Kyri for sure. But I think the most. Embarrassing one like when he really was when he hit on. Brandon Jennings friends, of Brandon Brandon Daiei Nine, the rookie sophomore game in combat up, and then he hit him with like a twain. Cross. That back in nitrile closeout Anita's lost his footing show right on his face. That was. That's one of my favorite to watch. Furniture share but he's just had so many like one of my fav- most favorite. Kyri moves that..

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"tim ray" Discussed on Speak On It

Speak On It

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"tim ray" Discussed on Speak On It

"It it's all out there and I mean. Of course, it's like you said looking at the different Lens now with with children, it makes you look look at it but I mean I it's been happiness for music is concerned. I mean. Wife was telling me about this on candy licker. This is from the sixty seventies, bro. You know when she started working on lyrics, I was like, wow. Wow, that's that easiest singing used singing it in the back of the seventy, two Buick in Janet. But. One of the things that just A. Just, the artists in general is how much influence they had. I think that's that's just I mean it goes along with Wayne satisfying as Making sure we'll goes on you know what goes on household of course I just I just worry about the influence more so and that's coming from a man with two. So that's that's my opinion on it. Is Listening to your now low low opinion. About, listen I'M NOT GONNA. Live this. I never okay. I. Can't give you a knowledgeable. Painting on it, but just listen to you are we're talking about Influence that music has on. the culture now. Just saying like I remember Like my dad like diddy song too many women with their own condominiums. was like? Turn that. I'm like what I know what's going on? Out What he's talking about I don't know he said for me I just like I just like the song me but like you said now. Dan Older and having kids in having the older teenager listening I tried it. I do try to be more mindful about what they're listening to. Be More mindful of with output. Would even watch it on TV with their on Washington with the social media accounts discharge mindful like visit as that's my job as as an adult as the parent to do that is the industries job to put up with they're putting out. That's their job. Their job is to put out content and things that get you to draw went on but it's my job as a as a parent to say Mike you won't be drawn into was is out there. So but to be to your point me this when I was young. So this by like twenty years ago, twenty twenty some years ago. and it had influenced me and I told you about how Jesus Insulin told me. So, like it's nothing has changed, nothing has changed with music. Their job is to put out stuff to to draw win to catch you win and again, one of the things are said I think I mentioned about future Future toll thing is debate you way if you look at. Some of the things they talk about he doesn't do himself hurting. As soon as as somewhere but that's that is their job that means again like that's our job is to make sure we monitor with our kids are listening to. where? Joke the. Go word. I said. Hey. I was GONNA. Be Playing I. Echo Jostein is really about centering. When he's we sense kids'll kids'll you want or don't want them to see it's been happening and I. watched it another go wash according to beat Cardi B. Next. Ao Song or listen to or whatever it is. We're. Doing. This. Until you. Know. I feel like I feel like I wasn't for the conversation. Okay. Listen to the song. Don't don't watch the. Guys. You gotta get. You gotta you gotTa get the full experience. Road got. Watching on. Videotape. Experience. I guess. Because I'm going to be honest with you because that's what more people was going off about video more so than than the content. Angle with an. was. A little bit more extreme than was back back then nineties in two thousand was it was crazy. This was. Like. This The real stuff don't like radios different to like on what's the Song I think? The. Wet. Song. That's on the radio. Is it listen I? Listen, you gotta believe how you gotTa believe about like eight of the sixteen it'll need to be ready. To believe a sixteen, it should be on the radio I agree listen. Talking music, right but even we talk about the industry in a whole, which is a. I'm talking about the incident is supposed draw I remember back in the day listening to watching TV shows they would never say be were Yami or they'd never say certain words now and they just open Willy Nilly. They're not guy like so it's not just the music industry. We gotTa Watch out for everything I mean because entertainment period Yup. They catch anyway. Flipping through. Kiss saying pizzas and be that. What, and then you turn around, they watch it on Disney. Like nine. Now. It could be. The. You are non these guy. Right. Yes. Favorite who's your favorite from new? Fluctuate saying, ghost Tim Ray. Thing. More illegal. Way every once in a while goals you with something which is. So. I think I think if I go because I his unlike his Unlike his energy with it. Same here man I will go. Go Sky. Always felt like goes. Goes was a mix of. Of of Mesh Imre where math was the most charismatic. Hotel. A little bit of charisma wedding and to me and to me, I, don't think anybody in there was was a better offer bar. Than the one they want right. I don't think there was a better ball for I'm seeing Then the required I know a lot of people disagree they'll say math I'm not gonNA argue that what for me was it was wine but but for me goes with my favorite, this love go style is energy. This is entire swag may like ghosts was just different and he always gained with a banker. Right. Way always banging no matter what he always takes bank for you so. Agree with you'll that rick one. Pool..

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"tim ray" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"tim ray" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Known as dynamic force employment so now the Chinese don't know when or where we're going to deploy bombers when they're going to show up in the Pacific in this provides us a a a very responsive long range power projection option that happened this week general that'll happen last week yeah I I I had a discussion yesterday with the commander of global strike command tell Tim ray and he filled me in on that all the elements in their time you know your audience can them you can watch that entire discussion on my Twitter feed if I will I will go and do that after the show so this is this is fascinating to me twenty billion dollars is nothing eighty years ago last week general dental my wife's grandfather warned a congressional committee that the Japanese are going to strike us and if they are fired at them with job prospects people are warning about the CCP is it politically acceptable within the Pentagon to start talking openly about the death threats in the past sudden aggressive actions of the people's Republic of China they have a history every couple of decades of doing son something sudden and unexpected whether it's invading India or invading Vietnam they just do stuff that no one's looking for are we on our toes I hate IT I was pleased to report if you will is probably the wrong terminology but just to listen our our military inside the Pentagon in that particular Indo Pacific command they are on their toes and they constantly plan for a variety of options to look we don't wanna we don't seek war with the Chinese but in order to avoid it it goes back to that whole issue if you've gotta be able to convince the the the Chinese said if they did take some sort of aggressive action they would be met swiftly and decisively and that's exactly what our planners in the Pentagon and Indo Pacific command in places like Pacific Air Force headquarters do day in and day out so Jennifer the benefit of the civilians if we're moving by Somers around like the old shell game with the P. beneath the shell how many different places can we send them that they are still affected against first chain island defenses per channel and you may want to defend the explain that too how many different places can they go well they get a lot of places but here the beauty of the bomber it doesn't have to forward deployed to be effective last week a B. one flew twenty three hours out of the continental United States over Japan engaged in joint operations with the Japanese include back oh my gosh so I hope they have a bathroom on the plane well TMI well we'll skip that one all right they can take care of themselves that is amazing well they didn't this is the beauty of our bomber force in in this is why we need to move forward rapidly with developing the new B. twenty one stealth bomber and then once it's fully developed we need to start accelerating its production our bomber force is the smallest and oldest it's ever been an airforce history we're flying B. fifty two thirds fifty eight years old hue and the youngest airplane the stealth B. two is thirty years old so we got to get on with it in an increase of this magnificent capability you know we need all elements of our nation's military army navy Air Force and marines we need aircraft carriers a big guess what you a single B. two or single B. one can deliver the same ordinance payload is an entire carrier in a day so we need a balance of these forces but we've really neglected the bomber force and it's time to re invigorated when phase four goes through the Congress as it must there's got to be a phase one.

"tim ray" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"tim ray" Discussed on WTVN

"Us off to join late tomorrow right and as I went back around us all the feet on the other side of the plate and that was the five I was lying on the floor at the time was a movement so I started to tend the officer during and I couldn't do to have her have retired officer Tim ray was the first to take to the witness stand today Smith could get the death penalty if he is convicted in the deaths of Westerville officers Eric during an Anthony Morelli when they were shot and killed in February of last year there's been another surgeon overdose deaths in Franklin County eight deaths related to overdoses occurred in a twenty four hour period that ended on Monday for those deaths were reported in the white hall area three were in one home on Powell Avenue there's a new proposal at the Ohio state house that would require that all schools start classes after eight thirty AM every day kids may like the idea but not all lawmakers do as state representative Nino Italie say some decisions are best left to local municipalities it's really more of the principle of why should not ninety nine people in the house and thirty three in the Senate decide the right thing for six hundred and thirty five plus school districts the American academy of pediatrics supports the concept in order to get teens a little more sleep every night radio six ten WTVN sport I was state hits their second bye week eight and and ranked third in the AP top twenty five the first playoff rankings are out next Tuesday a trio of Buckeyes JK Dobbins Justin fields and chase young are legit Heisman contenders head coach Ryan day understands how tough it'll be for a defender to win the award reporting for most production the voting for the best player you voting for the most valuable player you know I don't know but I know the chase is you know you know if he's not the dot most dominant player in college football right now these close the NC double a says it will consider quote updates to relevant by laws and policies and begin the process to allow student athletes to make money off of their name image and likeness in NFL news the bangles a benched Andy Dalton on his birthday rookie Ryan Finley will get the start when the bangles are off their bye week hosting Baltimore or one hour out from the NFL's trade deadline and the Astros are one win away from another World Series title Houston hosts while engine tonight in game six the nationals can force a game seven with a win more sports in twenty minutes Eric Reaser newsradio six ten WTVN I'm Alison Wyant stay connected to Columbus on the hour and a.

"tim ray" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"tim ray" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Secretary of state Mike Pompeii ale blamed Iran for coordinated strikes in the heart of Saudi Arabia's oil industry saying they marked an unprecedented attack on the world's energy supply the strike shut down half of the kingdom's crude production sending petroleum prices higher and demonstrating the power of Iran's proxies I ran allied who the rebels in neighboring Yemen claimed credit for the attack saying they sent ten drones to strike it important facilities in Saudi Arabia's oil rich Eastern Province but secretary Pompeii said there was no evidence the strikes had come from Yemen in a tweet Pompeii said the US will work with allies to ensure that energy markets remain well supplied and Iran is held accountable for its aggression he added that the strike showed Iran wasn't serious about diplomacy Pompeii didn't explain how the US believes Iran was to blame or where the strikes originated but Iran backed militias in Iraq have previously been responsible for targeting Saudi Arabia's oil industry Saudi Aramco the country's national oil company said the production shut down amounts to a loss of about five point seven million barrels a day roughly five percent of the world's daily production of crude oil officials said they hope to restore production to its regular level of nine point eight million barrels a day soon energy minister prince bin Salman said lost production would be offset through supplies of oil already on hand the strikes mark the latest in a series of attacks on the country's petroleum assets in recent months as tensions rise among Iran and its proxies like the Hootie's and the US and partners like Saudi Arabia the attacks could drive up longer term oil prices if the Saudis can't turn production back on quickly and potentially rattle investor confidence in an initial public offering of Saudi Aramco the national oil company. there's no question that Iran is an evil empire and it wants to hurt the world it is time for the world to take action to stop them. on September tenth US and Iraqi forces dropped eighty thousand pounds of munitions on conoce island in Iraq Sala Eldin province to destroy what operation inherent resolve called a safe haven for ISIS fighters traveling from Syria into Iraq general here killed commander of I our special operations Joint Task Force said we're denying dash the ability to hide on Khan and silent dash is the Arabic acronym for ISIS operation inherent resolve spokesperson colonel miles Kagan's tweeted a video of the operation that shows bombs carpeting the tree lined island from end to end claiming the island was dash infested we posted that video when it was released on our Facebook page at forward slash frontlines of freedom. or Central Command tweeted an additional statement saying that the strikes come at the behest of the Iraqi government and that Khan a silent is believed to be a major transit hub in safe haven for dash after the groups oppose a defeat in March of two thousand nineteen ISIS regrouped in Syria and Iraq partly as a result of troop withdrawal in Syria and the diplomatic vacuum in Iraq according to a Pentagon inspector general's report the report also blamed trump's focus on Iran for the resurgence pointing out that the administration's insufficient attention to Iraq and Syria also contributed to ice's is ability to regroup even though it had lost its caliphate well isis is not nearly as powerful as it once was the Pentagon estimates the group has only fourteen thousand to eighteen thousand fighters in Iraq and Syria at present compared to between twenty thousand and thirty one thousand five hundred and two thousand fourteen which the CIA estimated at that time isis is still carrying out assassinations crop burnings ambushes and suicide attacks. I just simply isn't going to go away so we'll just have to keep hitting them when we have the opportunity. a navy seal acquitted in a war crimes trial is suing two of his former attorneys in the military legal defense nonprofit the scene Diego union Tribune says the lawsuit filed in Texas by petty officer first class Edward Gallagher claims this case was not defended properly the filing says attorneys Colby folky and Philip Stackhouse along with United American patriots attempted to delay the case in an effort to maximize fundraising for the nonprofit Stackhouse and David Griffin CEO of United American patriots said they hadn't read the lawsuit filing yet and with hell comment a lawyer for Bochy did not address the complaint in an email to the newspaper in July a military jury cleared Gallagher of murder he was convicted on a single charge of posing for photos with a seventeen year old militants corpse. I'm glad the chief Gallagher was found not guilty of the murder charges he should have been found innocent on all the charges I have no thoughts are insights on his complaints about his attorneys. on April fourteenth last year two B. one B. lancer bombers fired off payloads of joint air to surface standoff missiles against weapons storage plants in western Syria part of a response to Syrian president al-assad's use of chemical weapons against his citizens that also included strikes from navy destroyers and submarines in all the two bombers fired nineteen J. A. S. S. successfully eliminating their targets would ultimately be one of the last into certainly most publicized strategic strikes for the aircraft before operations began to wind down for the entire fleet a few months after the Syria strike here force global strike command commander general Tim ray called the bombers back home ray had crunch the data in determined the non nuclear B. one was pushing its capabilities limit between two thousand six and two thousand sixteen the B. one was the sole bomber task continuously in the Middle East the assignment was spread over three lancer squadrons that spent one your home then six months deployed back and forth for a decade the constant deployments broke the B. one fleet it's no longer a question of if but when the Air Force and Congress will send the aircraft to the bone yard but Air Force officials are still arguing the B. one has value to offer especially since it's all the service really has until newer bombers hit the flight line in the mid two thousand twenties some of the airforce are pinning hopes on new technologies to keep the B. one fleet alive even if just for a little while longer on top of that the Air Force must soon deliver a more fine tuned bomber strategy that includes the B. two spirit in B. fifty two Stratofortress lawmakers say they want the Air Force to better explain how the service plans to sustain its legacy aircraft while ushering in the brand new beat. twenty one raider at the same time Air Force officials have hinted that controversial decisions may soon be on the way well the service ultimately opt.

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"tim ray" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"tim ray" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"And suicide attacks. I should simply isn't going to go away so we'll just have to keep hitting them when we have the opportunity. a navy seal acquitted in a war crimes trial is suing two of his former attorneys into military legal defense nonprofit the scene Diego union Tribune says the lawsuit filed in Texas by petty officer first class Edward Gallagher claims this case was not defended properly the filing says attorneys Colby folky and Philip Stackhouse along with United American patriots attempted to delay the case in an effort to maximize fundraising for the nonprofit Stackhouse and David Kerr fiends CEO of United American patriots said they hadn't read the lawsuit filing yet and with hell comment a lawyer provoking did not address the complaint in an email to the newspaper in July a military jury cleared Gallagher of murder he was convicted on a single charge of posing for photos with a seventeen year old militants corpse. I'm glad the chief Gallagher was found not guilty of the murder charges he should have been found innocent on all the charges I have no thoughts are insights on his complaints about his attorneys. on April fourteenth last year two B. one B. lancer bombers fired off payloads of joint air to surface standoff missiles against weapons storage plants in western Syria part of a response to Syrian president al-assad's use of chemical weapons against his citizens that also included strikes from navy destroyers and submarines in all the two bombers fired nineteen J. A. SS successfully eliminating their target would ultimately be one of the last into certainly most publicized strategic strikes for the aircraft before operations began to wind down for the entire fleet a few months after the serious strike here force global strike command commander general Tim ray called the bombers back home ray had crunched the data and determined the non nuclear B. one was pushing its capabilities limit between two thousand six and two thousand sixteen the B. one was the sole bomber task continuously in the Middle East the assignment was spread over three lancer squadrons that spent one year at home then six months deployed back and forth for a decade the constant deployments broke the B. one fleet it's no longer a question of if but when the Air Force and Congress will send the aircraft to the bone yard but Air Force officials are still arguing the B. one has value to offer especially since it's all the service really has until newer bombers hit the flight line in the mid two thousand twenties some of the airforce are pinning hopes on new technologies to keep the B. one fully alive even if just for a little while longer on top of that the Air Force must soon deliver a more fine tuned bomber strategy that includes the B. two spirit in B. fifty two Stratofortress lawmakers say they want the Air Force to better explain how the service plans to sustain its legacy aircraft while ushering in the brand new. twenty one raider at the same time Air Force officials have hinted that controversial decisions may soon be on the way well the service ultimately opt to and be one operations prior to the aircraft's scheduled retirement in twenty thirty six the Air Force currently maintains a total of just one hundred fifty seven bombers. and that's the news. this is Carol going to give him a hug drawings of freedom all share comments by the colonel they will Joyce warned wisdom then we'll talk China general aren't open are.

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"tim ray" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"tim ray" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Got to get out of this place. Just as we're getting on a Saturday morning. Walker for the Saturday may eleven twenty nineteen before we look at it. Look back at significant events and people tied to this particular date in history including but not limited to the fifteen to CC Christopher Columbus left Spain on his fourth and final trip to the western hemisphere. Sixteen forty seven Peter Stuyvesant arrived in new Amsterdam to become governor of new Netherland. I e New York when the Dutch were in charge. Eighteen fifty eight minutes Sota, officially becomes the thirty seconds state of the United States America state, nineteen thirty five one of the new deal programs. The rural electrification administration created. During the great war World War Two US forces landing on the Aleutian island of Atta which was held by the Japanese. Americans would take the island nineteen days later the year was nineteen forty three. Nineteen Fifty-three tornado devastated. Waco, Texas, claiming a hundred and fourteen lives. We certainly have seen plenty of strong storms this spring. Thoughts and prayers to those affected. Nineteen Seventy-three the espionage trial of Daniel Ellsberg and Anthony Russo in the Pentagon papers case came to an end the judge William Burns dismissing all charges citing government misconduct. Doctors in Baltimore. The state nineteen eighty-seven transplanted the heart and lungs of an auto accident victim to patient who was giving up his own heart to another recipient. The first living heart daughter Clinton house died, fourteen months later. Nineteen Ninety-six and Atlanta bound ValuJet D C nine caught fire shortly after takeoff from Miami ended up crashing into the Everglades in Florida killing all ten aboard. And India said three underground atomic blasts state nineteen ninety eight the first nuclear test in twenty four years. Some folks celebrating birthdays on this may eleventh besides Eric burden of the animals. Comedian more soul is still kicking at the age of ninety two Louis Farrakhan people celebrate let's Farrakhan's nation of Islam's pertain today. I don't wanna know you if you do, but he's eighty six jazz, keyboardist, Carla Riley. Is Carl Bligh's gives me eighty three. Actress Pam ferris Seventy-three John Kelly, who was a former White House chief of staff Donald Trump turned sixty nine today. Actress Frances Fisher. One time romantically involved with Clint Eastwood sixty seven columnist Mike Lucas sixty seven day actually, Boyd Gaines turned sixty six Mark Herndon who was with Alabama in the glory days of the eight hundred sixty four actress Martha Quinn, one time, an MTV BJ is sixty years old, Tim ray-ban or the ray-ban brothers turns fifty six Tim Blake Nelson, the actor fifty-five actress actor Jeffrey Donovan turns fifty one Keith west of the band heartland is fifty one today. Coby bell forty four. Awesome. Brian actor turns thirty eight. Repor ace hood is thirty one represent ace. That's enough. We've got the forecast and twenty twenty sports much more heads. We get you going this morning on this Saturday morning edition for may eleven twenty nineteen seven hundred wwl w we're.

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