18 Burst results for "Triska"
"triska" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"To point out what i think is a mistake was when swiss skydiver broke so sharp. Go on go on with it. And then then if lotrowska really wants it You have an opportunity to create separation and it gives you options It felt like he was a and i don't want to be unfair here but it felt like he was a little indecisive. She books so sharpie hustled the for like three strikes and then he got a hold of it looked around and basically had the terms dictated to him. And you know there's something. I always talk about it. If you're going to make a mistake make an aggressive mistake and if you do something you do turns out to be a mistake. It makes your mistake. Not don't be victimized. Be proactive not reactive and I feel like he kind of tried to hedge his bets there that he got handed that position. Well now. that's where you are and now you've got girl. You're the horse to beat florence. Doing everything right. He's supposed to keep you there that that's his job. That's what race writings about. It's not bumping guys. It's not you know. Show guys all for going sideways to get out to them. It's those subtleties keeping a guy in behind that running block if you will right So i thought that was his mistake. And then if you watch the head on Monoploy girl flora angles on top triska like a path and a half and goes right on cover actually brushes her a little bit and i think that was a mistake i think he should have just kept going forward and and incentive bouldering truce. Go in you know now you again. I'll go back to boxing. Fight films guys. he's got the fight. One apollo creed and the last route. Stay away from them. If you can't uh. I think that was i think in hindsight. Listen i. i have the luxury of.
Milt Shirleson shares his Navajo experience
"My name is Milton Shirl Susan. And I'm from Tallahassee and my plan is A. SICARDI. Shegal. Senate Bill Pushes Gene August she does she Changed cavendish another. Without an inch. Two hundred. Yards. Lee. As my early remember one back. Grew up in. Church route. And that the standing rock when nudges located? A see these people walking around on my. Father's side of family. Lira. Found out that they were lot of alcohol. Substance, abuse their family. went on mom try to find a place where that She could raise two boys. Myself and my little baby brother. She didn't have very much. So we travel a lot dismissed community. One day that you know that we just couldn't find. Mom couldn't find. A, city job stability. She took us back to GRANDPA that he remarried. In a way you have a family over by Triska scream out by the. Way Back over there. And the parents of the minute, step? Grandma guess. There were there they have lifestyle. And that the from day one begin to hurt sheet. and. They kind of adopted me as a grandson. Of course, just a kid just came on scene and. To Care Life Stop Sheep and goats. They're on, went to a boarding school. Then after boarding school was out. To. Elementary. Down to up to a high school. which. I. Went Down to Phoenix the first time I went to a big city. Lot of native Americans and a lot of different nationality or different tribes. There were going to school there. Were finished high school. From there that I went to a special training done Dallas Texas. From their. Energy. Military service spent several years there. Then, it came back and. I was already begun to use alcohol quite a bit. Anton went on new just increase and later on. A came to the level. Rodeo. and not necessarily as a was sober mind minded with a lot of my friends and drinking pardons. And Smith Show years in there. I'm a lot of friends. Alone. They're lying on those years I met my wife. As I've been raised in a very traditional family to teachings grown to be medicine man, and also later on the new moon was Yoda. American church hours or Dane and that movement. My wife was pretty much on the other side of it where traditional ways. Yes. But the same way to that was raised by her immediate family in the sense in our sisters was mom and dad was pretty much using a lot of substance abuse. So she kind of was raised in a very independent. She didn't. She doesn't really know about the traditional ways of teaching, but I was groomed pretty much into that. So when he came together. Through a dangerous Rodeo this how That we came together. But we got to know each other and she stuck around. I. Soda Job Medifast I would say that was given the job. A job that with a big corporation IBM. Then spent twenty years with the company. But one thing that I want to stress his about my mom, my relationship with my father. When I was a kid that you know, Lilla one that Probably about four five years old. Every time when he comes home, he always comes home drunk. He always said my number one son. He would play with me. Always being rough with me to be a man. And always makes me cry. A remember that. Whenever he comes home and on close to home it. Oh, my aunties Manco used to hide me different hiding places. And by the time when I was about probably about four or five years old. My Dad chose alcohol over. Over my brother. Ni- he left us a never came back. All, these years growing up. Just kinda strange. As. I said, know went to a new family GRANDPA family and what to boarding school. And that the. Holidays. Kiss been picked fathers or their. Grandmother grandparents. And there was nobody. A see that water school for about nine months. Nobody will come pick me up. And that the grandparents raised me The very, very, very strict. There was hardly any love was mention. Saw Yearn for that. For that word that relationship never had that. And finally that I want to run away. With treated very harsh. When a runaway but to. I known anybody besides my mother there and that the this new family. So I was lucky prisoner, you might say this family here. For Years Pass. I find. Realize that you know they really know how to express. Love. Verbally in their actions. What of my life of unrealized. Love Me. BELIEVE THAT'S A. Beginnings since I was a kid that. Never. Felt that love. So one with with a body will come up to me son grandson. Really hold me. Never had that experience on Lonzo? There's all this. ANGER BUILD UP What's wrong with me am I Look. In like stupid innocence or not good looking or wherever it is nobody went close to me. Just thinking back on how many other native youth had go through this. Relationship Among the native brothers and sisters, my family's. been. Express. Openly. Son Daughter. Grandkids. We love you so much.
"triska" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Come and, you know, I learned about entrepreneurship building business, how to make an impact in the world yet at the same time I love, and I was entertained, and that's really our Chelsea Clinton experience fool of the same attendees when I love about it is, I've always been a fan of these things I mean, going back to the days of zig, Ziglar and stuff, and I got to what atom but to bring a team where a lot of people may go who I don't like that because you're giving them off and on education entertainment. This is a great way to get people to the place that probably would never go absolutely rise. And just to kind of compounds as well as Sean. Let's let's say comes on, and I think he resonate with a subject massive. I think well, it is unique his. Speaking of eighteen minutes if you trust somewhere for now at a hall in a few minutes, time, a century that, that talk, he's going to finish, you know, the next speak it comes on. So we want to kind of keep that momentum that pay the energy. The only thing and you'll never more than either. Senior position or comedian over, of course, a world class entertainer. We'll speaker in the Soviet massive sales appetizing all marketing. Eighteen minute thing because as I think about it, most of the really popular pot, whether it's a podcast or YouTube things nowadays, are anywhere around fifteen minutes to twenty minutes, something like that. It just seems like like you say, you know that you can kind of not pay attention for few minutes, and you'll have to leave. That's absolutely absolutely true. And we did we did research into the psychology that you ration- and it's been proven that we will retain information if it's if it's essentially presented to us invite sized chunks. Does many famous talks and speeches, hasty very sued yet impactful, the jobs, for example, be very famous speech at fifteen minutes. Martin Luther King's famous speech, I think was seventeen minutes. It was something like that. So we all to sleep won't speak is really too late. Succinctly. Information points as easy to understand easy to consume of information. If he likes Chris Farrell of the sand show, which you can see SAM's town next week in just a few moments time now for the wine. World video featuring America's first master sommelier last week talked about how important different kinds of foods make your wine parties. What do you hope folks do for their guests? Do you want him to make discoveries? And so most people never had him on Vercoe, most people don't understand caviar. I mean yeah. That, that's it. That's a high end of it. But then you can just bring it down into give them certain cheeses, they've never had before in most people have the same old, same old and come on there, and all that stuff like that. There's some exotic cheeses, you can get in great cheese shops, or you could buy from Murray's in New York on line, and it's just fun to always put something in front of someone. You've heard me say this. I'll have somebody over there, eating some shellfish that I put out my first course and probably going to serve that for the sparkling wine. As they're digging in and almost finished, the course, someone who looks up because these are really good. I don't I don't really recognize where those and I tell them what those are. What's that? CBS. Well, that's a it's a mouse, that that's from Portugal. It's really could never had it before. Where did you get it Portugal, if they need to ask any further? I did it via FedEx three days ago. The freight cost me more than the frigging per Fabi's, but you never had it before. I know that are tasty is hell. And I'm I'm feeling really good about turn anyone some you never had before another one. I love to serve in this little deeper is something called ven. Triska V, E, N, T areas. That's a can of tuna fish, but it's cut from the belly of a tuna, which has fat and fatty and it melts in your mouth. You don't make tuna fish sandwiches out of this kind of stuff. And I use that sometimes when I'm trying to get the attention or I'm trying to speak to a lot of corporate financial management people, and they're always trying to find rich people and you can't get them. The rich people are. Got a gatekeeper to protect them. They won't answer Email. You'll never answer the phone, you'll never get to him. Here's what I do. I take a FedEx envelope on. It put a can of venturous Triska tuna. I buy these cans on Amazon by the dozen. They are normally twelve dollars a can, but you buy a dozen get in for like ten dollars you can. Which, of course, is three or four times more than normal candid tuna. But this ain't no normal tuna. And I said, I fed ex mechanic, adventurous and with nothing in the envelope. It says a fed ex box with tune in and let them sit with that for three or four weeks. And then maybe I'll pop them a little message like get that tuna, and the guy's gone. Wondering semi frigging canned tuna for a month. You know, it was at you or maybe I will put my Cardi narrow try this. Don't make tune of sandwiches, put on a rich cracker. I might even settled small bag of those one hundred calorie Ritz crackers with the tuna into bag. But all I know is that FedEx envelope goes right by the gatekeeper, because no one's going to open up the bosses FedEx envelope. He gets that she gets that and you're going to get a response. At least you're going to get a return answer by turning somebody out his own. They never had before. And when he tasted stuff, holy mackerel. It's, it's a tuna. That's on steroids. Eddie. Oh, we'll be back again next week more with Chris Farrell of the sand show, which you can see SAM's town next week in just a few moments. Listening to Vegas. Never sleeps with Stephen Manji coast to coast on the biz talk radio network. Right. My mom.
"triska" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"By the way. Yeah. That's a yes. But we. Yeah. Right. When you get there, you're just transported to paradise, and you just instantly feel like all, right? Well, and it's warm it's their winter. But it's eighty degrees right now. Oh. It looks great. Yeah. Got. Yeah. Got sun kissed a lot and just being on the beach and one experience for sure I wanted to tell you guys called visit Rico, and I think it took its talked a little bit about what they do before I left, but being there and being in a farm we in Kabul Rojo, there's it's a farm town. And it's interesting because it's like a forest, so when we think a farm Triska flatland born trees, this is there's a lot of. Different elevations. And you're going through the forest and she was talking about Nora, Sal is the farmer at. It's called boutique daylight, which is earth's pharmacy, and she sourced food and drinks from all around that area. So five different farmers came together. We had a suckling pig. We had fish the the salad was just delicious with different greens that we've never had before the avocados were as big as your hand. I bet so good. Oh my gosh. Delicious and just to see her farm shed goats and visit Rico right away. They said they had to help, you know, after hurricane Maria because that's the biggest thing is the silence that was heard across the island seeing if everyone's okay all forms of communication were down except radio. Uh-huh. Yes. So she was very grateful for radio. If you want to hear a beautiful thing Camille, she's the executive director of visit Rico. She kind of talked through what it was like, and that was very emotional, but very powerful to and their mission of becoming a food sovereign area. So that a lot of the food that they grow will actually help the island isn't the case right now. And so, oh, let's just that was so powerful the food was delicious. He had to check it out at lexin the city's on across all social media's and you can see that because well that was unbelievable. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You went to the Cardi distillery. Let's get.
"triska" Discussed on KOMO
"He hides with his thoughts, and he just slides it back with his foot, and then any crowds of the door. So she can't see it. Even though he's a camera. It doesn't stop them after handing over the food he pretends to leave. But as soon as the doors clear comes back and snatches the package. I would say shocking is number one brazen as a number two. Just the goal of. You're a delivery person taking someone else's delivery. Police say all over Puget Sound porch. Pirates are notorious this time of year and homeowners have to be vigilant greed is overriding their brain, they don't think they'll get caught police. Tell me this guy has been charged with the family did receive an Email from the company saying the deliveryman doesn't work there anymore. A ground beef recall is getting larger and you may need to check your freezer, again, J B S Tulleson is now recalling more than five point one million pounds of ground beef over concerns that could be tainted. With salmonella two hundred fifty people have gotten sick from the meat in twenty five states so far. The beef has been distributed nationwide with brands including Kroger, cedar river, farms and grass run farms. We have a complete list of the ground beef. It's part of the recall at komonews dot com. Under the hotlinks section a dog food recall is growing it includes more brands the FDA says certain flavors of new Triska natural pet life products, sunshine mills Kroger, brand and elm dog foods have too much vitamin d which can be toxic to dogs symptoms to look for vomiting loss of appetite increased thirst Edward loss. Komo news time five oh, eight the King County planning commission has delayed vote on a zoning change could impact wineries and farmland in the river valley at issue or dozens of tasting rooms and other developments that have encroached on woodinville and nearby towns. We have the same desires as the friends of semantic folly, which is to preserve the rural character.
"triska" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Said running free I think the difference is we've, had several Cortisol revenue improvement in the US, and Europe. Provision the thing that failed Europe Manning's upgrades and Nice thing is wrong costs because you've got these huge, digital investment phases In a very different place stuff Okay. Look at it with. Johnson Thais in just a moment. We've been speaking about the. Banks we have another exclusive interview better-than-expected second-quarter numbers suggested jen's investment Bank is showing, signs of emerging from the. Doldrums, but the French consumer buying however that remains adrift Carleen Ghana's spoke with the. Chief, executive Frederick day Weariness training environment where actually. The economy activity and I took remains pretty strong. The euro-zone perspective there has been a slow down we tend to think that the next twelve. And eighteen months to shoot the remain relatively strong and at the same time Which not so easy to get any. Breaks you mentioned geopolitical risk At the end of the. Day seeing that agreements Demanded but. You can think about also the Brexit for example so, we know that As a and. That's why we might not be that from the end of the cycle in US that's why we remain tea discipline and conservative now. Risk taking credit origination and it's actually reflected in Costa. Risk which is very What is the number one risk for the second half I think it's more at the end. Of the market Triska which could be triggered by different Confidence in the country or Relation. Of deflation.
"triska" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast
"A welcome to another edition of the successful encore career brought to you by nationwide insurance central ohio area agency on aging and ina source i'm brett johnson longtime volunteer with employment for seniors and with me hi i'm carol van triska executive director of employment for seniors this is going to be one of those episodes that focuses on an article that we saw just recently that we think we can add some insight to help boomers with their job search and it was a calm i i in i e mail carol about well let's do this compare contrast that this article brought up but it didn't contrast boomers but it did mention and you caught out of it as well a lot of similarities with what molyneux's are having difficulties in their job search compare boomers and it was written by rondo costello rela i'm going to put you that name i'm sorry renzo but it was recently an entrepreneur dot com article let's go over some of the points that he made in the article about millennials job search process right right you know bret there are so many articles on the internet about finding a job i mean it just goes on and on and on to the point of confusion for all of us even those of us who have been in this business for a long time and i have to say i often look at the article noticed that the author looks like they're twelve and kind of just go my merry way and keep breeding something else because i'm thinking they're not gonna be able to tell me anything but this article brought up some points that compare and contrast the attitude we had growing up looking at our position and it really kinda got me to thinking a little bit and so i thought yeah i i agree with you it would be fun just to talk about the arctic.
"triska" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast
"Welcome to this episode of the successful encore career podcast i'm carol van triska employment for seniors executive director and brad johnson longtime supporter of employment for seniors and producer of this podcast big thanks to our podcast bouncers they include central high area agency on aging planning funding and developing services that makes our communities places or individuals can live with independence and dignity nationwide insurance protect what matters and assaults a leading provider of call center and customer service jobs matching qualified professionals with rewarding career opportunities this is an exciting day at the successful encore career podcast we are going to focus on innovations even in our if our clients have been around for many years our work our services are programs are still cutting edge in ovation after all who would have thought that an agency's sistine mature job seekers would actually create and produce podcast program just like this one today our guest is cindy farsan executive director of the central ohio area agency on aging cindy's a longtime supporter of employment for seniors on a former board member and through a grant from her agency we were able to purchase all this wonderful equipment that we needed for this podcast program as well as additional equipment we have for our training ro room that we're using nearly every day so cindy thank you so much for joining us today thanks for having me we would like to talk about innovation today you know you've been involved in the aging community for a lot of years many people feel when you hear the word aging it's pretty scary you're dealing with illnesses lack of mobility loneliness healthcare needs but let's turn that conversation around today we're going to take it and push it right on ted and talk about innovation talk about future planning in the aging community talk about healthy life.
"triska" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Making sure one mistake does it ruin a student's life depending on what it is of course but this what this program clearly is set up to do is to give students multiple chances and maybe for some kids it worked out fine but obviously in this case it didn't and this is one of the many many factors involved in this pyramid of what happened on february fourteenth in parkland florida and the mass shooting there the killed seventeen people but yet all we continue to hear about the guns let's just do something about the guns in everything's gonna be alright and what nncholas cruise what happened in parking florida is proving over and over again is that just simply is not true when you give a student who is incredibly troubled and obviously very dangerous when you give the student like that chance after chance after chance in the name of disciplined diversion then we see what can happen like what happened february fourteenth more of your phone calls at one minute to four three thirty three thirty three right now to check on traffic eight forty seven candy crews we've got a rollover at central an wyoming with southbound double left lane closures we've got a crash at ladera triska with westbound and southbound backups approaching the intersection and another crash at ladera and laurel would parkway that is now showing backups just northbound if you see an accident call the traffic tracker hotline seven six seven nine one six seven.
"triska" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast
"Welcome to this episode of the successful encore career podcast i'm carol van triska employment for seniors executive director and i'm brad johnson longtime supporter of implying for seniors and producer of this podcast wanna thank our sponsors they include central ohio area agency on aging planning funding and developing services that make our community places where individuals can live with independence and dignity nationwide insurance protect what matters and innocents a leading provider of call center and customer service jobs matching qualified professionals with rewarding career opportunities today's program is going to focus on a statewide agency that also provides employment services programs in systens to mature seekers our guest is paul magnus vice president of workforce development with vantage workforce solutions paul welcome to our program thank you happy to be here what we have had an opportunity to work together over the years we've known each other for a long time and i'm really excited that vantage and e f s have joined together in our no location in whitehall and we talk about our location on our podcasts a lot because we love being here in in whitehall and they have done a great job serving us as nonprofits in the community and your team has been incredible supporting employment for seniors with the reception of services that we are given each day so i want to i hope that we are assisting you in recruiting your folks into the sea sept clients into your subgroup so paul you've been in this business a lot longer than we have and so tell us a little bit about your background in your philosophy of the value of working with and getting mature job workers placed.
"triska" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast
"This is carol van triska executive director of employment for seniors and on brett johnson a longtime volunteer with employment for seniors thanks for listening to this episode of the successful encore career presented by employment for seniors the premier resource linking mature adults with employment opportunities in central ohio at a big thanks to our podcast bouncers they include central ohio area agency on aging planning funding and developing services that make our community places where individuals can live with independence and dignity nationwide insurance protect what matters and ina source a leading provider of call center and customer service jobs matching qualified professionals with rewarding career opportunities thank you so much for listening to us today and we welcome joe ryan who is the economic development manager for the city of whitehall joe thanks so much for coming to see us today hey thank you careless my first podcast so i'm pretty excited and may say that you have the podcast voice down pat so sounds great after how many episodes we probably better close to thirty thousand got it down yeah and let's talk about the goal of whitehall's economic development program yeah so economic development is a very broad term but really what we're trying to do is build community and build on the successes we've had in the past and build for the future i think just being from this area originally there is a sometimes a negative perception about whitehall but we really been trying to change that our our new mayor american maggard since two thousand twelve is really taking gresh approach to community development and not being afraid of change because as a city you can't try to stay the same going backwards or forwards and mayor magnets really embraced that vision of looking forward and building a new whitehall building on what positives we had and building for the future he now joe i always regard mike clients as the hidden jewels of the job market and really might time now here in whitehall with employment for senior.
"triska" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Job for him but i did some digging and i still came up emptyhanded and that's for somebody who thinks that they are very sophisticated in the art of tracking people down on the internet so i watched that episode all of those episodes and then i watch the bachelorette with triska and watched her getting gauge to incredibly handsome firemen and not to the adorable hermosa beach based guy charlie and then of course there wedding which was watched by twenty six million people just to get the perspective on that the current show gets about eight nine million viewers for like a finale and they got twenty six million people to watch just their wedding so you see just how much the show has changed because by now we know the ending back in those days we used to look at photos that abc would send out of the bachelor or bachelorette with the person cut out that they actually ended up engage too and based on that photo east a look at the algorithm if you will be the size of the photo the way that the batch sir would look down and size that up with the two contestants the last ones like where would his eyelevel be i mean people at crazy we would be in chat rooms about it now everbody pretty much so it's not that big a surprise so if you want to listen to more about what the experiences like to be the bachelorette or to be on the bachelor you should definitely listen to my episode this week which just came out today with triska sutter.
"triska" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"I didn't have a class so i went and i have the very very great fortune to meet the man who in april of 1962 discovered that human brain waves could be voluntarily controlled before then nobody even tried because they quote new unquote that brain waves were not make functions in incapable of voluntary control well dr to me it turned out considered wisdom on its head and uh it really kicked off a storm of enthusiasm it was uh you know electron exam people were all excited about it but most people who tried to do it failed because they didn't realize that you have to respect the brain's natural reactivity you have to be able to design of feedback technology that is compatible with how the brain already works and so the feedback for example in the batter lean years some people had lights shining people's lives and when they made more for waves the lights would get brighter will the late in brighter lights suppresses alpha so it was like negative feedback so i go to the library i read everything i can about brain waves going all the way back to the first paper published in 1918 by dr hans berger an austrian sokaiya triska who discovered brain waves camp thought they were the basis of e s p that's why he went after them this quote story there we could tell leader if you like but i arrive in duct your commute lab writing across america on my motorcycle um for the summer and i show up at his level in tears the research subject it put a couple electrodes on my had put me in a closet off of a bedroom where they had a monstrous uh tpp fifteen them many computer and uh i had three days of absolutely wonderful all experience about an hour a day one feedback channel one tone one score and then i went back on the fourth day wanting more but alas they weren't doing any studies and uh i had to um go fly in duct communist girlfriend uh join gardner and askar politely if she would put some like trips on my head so i could go into play syria obliging let me in the chamber and then she went upstairs and got involved in the.
"triska" Discussed on IoT inc
"No triska or what have you thought about route optimization or the bite the truckers aisling all day long were in other words one of about this so they don't have in ride into that today so what we did and we're we're still kind of in the process of that is we've put together a preliminary solution that says you'll get your kind of a good better best option um the good is hey let's just put a camera in the back of the truck the points out the back in that way i can see what's going on in the truck and coming off the truck on the best solution would be it may be an art by these system were barcoding system but there's a tremendous amount of work that they would had to do in the back office to enable the high in iraq iraq um so i like the cameras solution and you've got the route or split what is very straightforward in you know that when we can we can stand up a pilot within about two weeks once we get the the order to execute well let me say that differently once we get the year end lives than that of that about two weeks i'll kill you know we're still of such delete time to cetera sure and okay so minute sounds like you know if you do a great job in that 20minute dino first you know first discussion and go pretty quickly and then as we said you've got the technology in place the infrastructure in place maybe have some lead time to get the equipment to put in the truck i am what type of financial commitment letsie's the telematic example with epa financial commitment are they talking about from that initial concept to the point now the end of the pilot the un the pilot faceless essay uh so the the initial the the envisioning pieces of new we price it uh because there's value there uh but we were portal to customers that uh would be flexible in.
"triska" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"No just channel nine eyewitness news weather reports day is periods of snow and mix of rain one if two inches possible by 36 of twenty eight tomorrow high of forty and a low of thirty and it is currently here at my dog 33 nc sandra lives zone former howard that is she's a ma body draft jio fifty good morning on the man are you stand sandona sorry didn't even away he added is is this thing on marlies here two guys hey mom is i'm gonna talk fashion we know how much ula fashion at lilac close oh closer good but mcleish steve do me a favor on monday will you remember to bring in your me three d little waxy hearing so marley ksu at notre okay oppenheimer look just what we're doing reminders really quick i want to ask seve when you're here on tuesday are you dressing up for halloween i will be dressing up not here you won't go all right until the show hang on second okay also you guys even before the show today at eight thirty a m shirali who make i can't set alarms okay triska maher where just as a tajiks here we go showed the full show remind me on monday at adm to bring in my three d statue four marley okay i aditya reminder for monday at eight am larbaa she's perky that's the new siri ulcer he got fired wow jiashi that is dead this woman is on it she is in charge of my life absolutely yes i did it for you calling lou anything else big papi what let's start fashion okay let's do it okay all right i've got fashion turnoff these are men and women they don't like these fashions on the opposite sacked okay and if you have one six five one six four one one o seven one we'd be happy to make your part of the com this is a new study it looked at men and women across five different age groups.
"triska" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"There will be no economic movement in st louis says the new fill the prosecutor says she respects the judge's decision but says she didn't want to trial by judge he'd asked for a jury she says she's confident they put together a case that proves officer stockily did commit murder sokoli shot and killed smith after a highspeed chase following with officers said was a drug deal but prosecutors say evidence showed the officer planted a gun and smith's car chris triska thanks with north korea test launching another missile over japan national security adviser h r mcmaster says give sanctions time to work but there is a military option they'll chuck what we would prefer to do so what we have to do is call on all nation it's called on everyone to do everything we can to address this global problem short of war there's another emergency un security council meeting about north korea's starting now another attack in london by a loser terrorist that's how president trump on twitter's describing today's explosion on the london subway an improvised explosive device in a bucket the reports of twenty nine people being treated at hospitals mostly for burns white house spokeswoman sarah huckabee sanders we are grateful that no one was killed in this horrific incident and our thoughts and prayers are with those injured in we wish them a speedy and full recovery were told by our sister networks sky news that a suspect has been identified through surveillance video but not yet apprehend ended a vatican diplomat in washington dc has been called back to vatican city accused of possessing child pornography the state department confirms a request to lift that officials diplomatic community was denied fox news baron balance reliable dependable matters to you got in your top local stories are on twin cities news talk dot com minnesota news.
"triska" Discussed on BrainStuff
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"By california closets lord systems simplify your home in life the investigation into the manchester bomb attack continues in the uk damaged by the bomb blast next door manchester's victoria station reopened this morning among those laying wreaths mayor antiburn this is a aside the life goes on on the city's returning to a form of normality in the southern town of short by sea neighbors say a twenty two year old libyan arrested yesterday had just finished training to be a pilot manchester police still trying to trace of blue suit case that security cameras show bomber some beatty relink just hours before the suicide attack that killed twenty two people fifty remain hospitalized vicky parker cbs needs london an argument between a man and his son at a trailer in the two hundred block of triska vistan albuquerque south valley has burnley county sheriff's deputies investigating an argument between fifty seven year old joseph garcia and his twenty year old son carlos velasquez soon turned into a murder felicia romero with the sheriff's department says velazquez armed himself with a gun during the argument and allegedly shot his father once in the abdomen joseph garcia died at the hospital later hull but the feeling of equal pay that either i won't vehicle wipo cleared on i four exit and he was be the back after the a cut got a heck romero tells us the two men possibly were arguing over a family pet but that has not been confirmed new mexico lawmakers back and santa fe today to continue the special session that started last wednesday governor martinez as you know has already signed a budget bill minus the tax hikes included she vetoed the internet and hospitals sales taxes along with a fiveset gas tax hike but she kept funding for higher education in the legislature sent democrats say it's possible they could vote to override the governor's vetoes.