17 Burst results for "Turbe"

"turbe" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on No Agenda

"Regarding taxes. Democratic chair of the House, Ways and means committee is coming under fire from his own party after he told Bloomberg news. He has no plans to use a recently passed New York state law to acquire President Trump's tax records, congress member Richard Neal says he's worried the request would quote bolster Trump administration arguments that congress on a political fishing expedition. Thirty three clip blitz could blitz tax returns to. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has defied congressional request attorney over Trump's tax records and Trump remains the only president or major presidential candidate in modern US history to refuse to make his tax returns public. Nadler's plan, plus weird Pelosi quote, democratic House Judiciary chair Jerrold Nadler's, preparing to subpoena special counsel, Robert Muller within the next two weeks. That's according to politico, which also reports Nadler's privately pushing democratic leaders to open a formal impeachment inquiry against the president during a closed-door meeting Tuesday. House speaker Nancy Pelosi reportedly pushed back saying, Trump should be quote in prison, but not impeach. Weird. Sudan news important, the African Union has suspended Sudan's membership after soldiers with the ruling transitional military council opened fire on sit in protesters Monday, killing at least one hundred eight of them and wounding more than five hundred others. In a statement, the a you said, Sudan, would remain suspended until a civilian lead transitional authority is established. Sudan's military took power, April after a month-long popular uprising that led to the overthrow of the longtime authoritarian President Omar, Al. You Turbe YouTube YouTube current bands YouTube announced today that it will remove thousands of videos and channels with white supremacist and Neo Nazi content from its site. The video streaming company will also bar any videos denying well documented Mets like the holocaust ever happened. The move comes amid growing criticism that online services allow and sometimes fuel hate speech think you said you turn through. Through ships band. It's about to get more difficult to travel to Cuba today, the Trump administration ban. Cruise ships departing the US from stopping there in order to punish Cuba for supporting the Venezuelan.

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"turbe" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

13:35 min | 2 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To coast, Andy Lloyd with us his book darker stars were get to your calls as well. And the supply with some incredible graphics that we have up there at our coast to coast, AM dot com website spectacular. I kind of off his well Joe, and so I've come next to, you know, digital imagery, but I can play around with that. And I've enjoyed producing some images. It's really, really important, this kind of thing to be able to see this stuff to be able to pay state. And when we talk about scales of the system, and so sometimes a little bit hot just in woods. But I find communicate on saying the same when I'm teaching I if I if I'm communicating visually as well as speaking, it helps people tremendously that it to get to grips of some of these concepts. All right. Let's go to the phones. Bill truck driving in the state of Washington. Go ahead. Bill, Georgia anti no I don't think you should give off a planet nine I mean you know the. You're talking about the war clouds scattered this contract. And also the Kuyper bell. I mean I don't see how the asteroid belt the international del not having enough mass equal planet. I don't see how all scattered this out and object combined would be enough to Turbe before of the job system. I you know, we're looking at a planetary nebula right now, NBC seventy twenty seven. And, you know, they discovered helium hydride in there and all this basically is, you know, the mediocrity principle. I mean in my mind, I mean universe tends to create life. I mean, life isn't what is possible is what is probable. Okay. And yeah, there's something more likely something massive out there. And, and you, you know, you discuss the warble action. Intensity of it. And this is, you know, kind of for what we know in the geological record. My main point is these religious texts like a mole app in and like the Mayan. I you know, we can't even agree on the difference between a planet toy to plan a typical in planning. All right. And we all speak, you know, English we're trying to translate something from very ancient documents. And you know, we get the heirs and translation. And I just yeah, I just tend to believe, you know, I was just thinking about the Einstein interview when you're talking about Stein last last night. Yeah. Yeah. And, and I would say that, you know, we live in a close system. We live in a closed system. And if there is a massive object on a highly eccentric, orbit. Yeah. Would be the other is not separate. We don't have a magic shield around stuff rating from our neighbors. And yeah, probably would have had a close making thanks as we defined cataclysm, any thoughts on that indie. Yeah. So the, the whole thing about the asteroid belt when she was talking about writing about the bay rue, the set loads rogue planet that entered into the system and. Collided with sort of the, the print cuts of planet, which was a simple, as and he didn't even know about president time. So again, that's something that sits in kind of came up with way before he's telling collide they came out, you know from the from the Greenwich. The team out the treatment stuff. I'm blessed the asteroid belt how and so some of these, the dead Bree that emerge from that collision into the ask about some of it went into the COMEX, he you point out the asteroid itself doesn't seem to have enough math. Brits, generate in its own right. But as a Debra failed, it makes a whole bunch of sense, and then the us, maybe then, so the other thing that you need to Bill was like the movement of the gas giants now. They the Muslim sort of as physics understanding of how the system crate something the niece model, which involves the movement of these huge planets that was in full is around about the time that the gas in the protoplanetary disk, sort of collapsed. And by a great, gravitational movements, and he's plenty of moved around. It's really complicated. The niece mobile is just so complicated, and all it's, it's like it's like a huge game of vineyards go on the phone system. So actually Hitchens don't emplo, and it explains a lot of the anomalies within the system with respect to wrote planet coming in, and having this affect and been shunting into the system. And I kind of it to this tool, but I didn't really get into it. And I pull this pot of my interest is trying to find the clues on the us determine whether the us started where we all now whether. It stocking actually out beyond the snow lines. The all the tweets out a little bit and actually started life there, and go since it in, because if we determine then we would be able to provide some substantial evidence and one of the things that's really exciting. Is that the asteroid asteroid battle the wool to they got in the wall of it. So he's very similar in the noise topic, ratios, very, very similar, which sort of intimates that there is a relationship between our on the story about, which, you know, need need think about. All right. Next up, we go to first time caller in gig harbor. Washington high Lada. Plus tonight force into your show and the last little bit. And. He doesn't think talking about race. It came down to. Tonight a chain. Have you ever seen landed the last actual TV show? Do you think of the show got the idea for the rest of the firstly stack? That he is telling state came down and changed us. There's no question that a lot of the Hollywood shows, in my opinion have been spearheaded by actual events investigative events things that are going on guests, we've had on the show and that they've use that information to develop their own programs. What do you think Andy? The tinian concept to me is a bit of a struggle, because they the it gets tied in with my own stuff, I guess, and stuff with respect to the K, because a lot of people who consider the Anna Knockin think about the NFL tend to think of them in this spectator full. Now he's the right about them being, you know the. You know, human. So if teen is sort of symbolic understanding in terms of, you know, the symbolism behind the snake in the city, and so, and then I get Hoppy, she literally sort of human lives around the place of shape shifting place. I stopped talking any without, but the color the Enderlein concepts that in some way, these powerful entities from ancient pasta still in some way, being able to manage things. I don't really I tend to keep that within the fiction so when I write fictional stuff. I'll bring that into the fiction because, you know, evidence base, I'm stuck in the middle. Let's go to San Diego, California. Hi L phone. So how you doing? I would like to ask a question. Sure. This question the first question was, I was watching a movie. Seven the six elements and that the trace that the able if a team coming into our solar system. Trey and neighbor'll that's one. If it's a type of six thousand years out the question is while watching the movie Moses, Moses, when he water in the Black Sea or the red? Reggie did mention and made a comment. AM miss goal. We don't have enough time. It's coming it, Moses knew something was coming up for the foot at what cost the foot. Let's talk about the flood for a moment here Andy, because a lot of people believe that Biblically speaking, it was caused by God trying to radically the bad elements on the planet. Others believe that this extra solar system. Planet caused it with its gravitational pull. What do you think? So in his book he made that very point told you about. So you're right. And he was discussing a sort of a near side, fly by posse Olsen obey, which cools this theory the time, which cools the untalkative, I see a shift plunging into the sea on this would create a worldwide sort of me would been essentially the biblical flood. So you would think let's say this actually happened, you would have been this, this red planet appearing in the sky, it may have had a hate around it might like call. Maybe it would have paid in sky poll, and then the catastrophes happens because something unstable on the sixty by there was a poll shift, whether it was whatever it was something shifted to cool, the contest catastrophe. Now we know. You know, my take on this again, about this DACA, stop today. Is that the Clovis homemade events, maybe a very important part of this, where there was a very serious consideration. Now as to whether the, at the end of the lost ice age was sort of interrupted, also of the battle that was an event that meant that the massive melting of the Nolan icesheet to impact in the actual evidence was notching side into the, the ice sheet itself. So these clothes clothes comment then created an extinction event, penny. Mine mean, the great scheme of things extinction event, but nonetheless extinction event and about changes now I think that's probably quite reasonable. And that kind of events would have triggered a similar affect insofar. He would have had this to NAMI, and this anomaly, most most we still do now most several. Minutes we have things now. But most settlements coastal. You know we live near the coast. It's ten per it easy life. You know, you go to see there and you know then so pendants of life. Is on now coastal areas would be wiped out by those kind of changes because oversee methods would would just wipe out. Huge amounts of what was then the population the ice age population. So I think that's something to that. I think that the Blackley Tepi secondments that which is up on the hills on total took I think that's probably the post apocalyptic refuge environment. And a lot of the monuments that they'll have that trying to tell us up security pitifully three, I think it is trying to tell us about the event onus of the event that took place. And I think that, that the tiny that to fit the other thing you mentioned phones. I was about the film that he saw. And I think it's. Elements. That's the one with Bruce Willis, right? Yeah. And he's absolutely right. You're absolutely right. These incoming object, this kind of burning sort of starlike objects. And, you know, I took a video of this one I thought myself and I was like, oh my God. Exactly what is so, you know, they drew upon that in the makers of that film, drew on the take sort of wanna put in all the catastrophic flavor of incoming Brian pool is about film. So quiet invasion thing to say, actually. Okay. Let's take a few more calls jury in Nashville Tennessee to the Rockies. Go ahead. Hey, andy. Hi, george. How you doing? Good. Thanks jury. I've been on a couple of times. Listen, I've been trying to get on for a couple of weeks now for some stranger laying in bed. Trying to go to sleep. And then I just woke up so you call George perfect. Yeah. And I think I have some answers for you guys. I mean, I've been working on this for since nineteen seventy five when I had my first encounter..

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"turbe" Discussed on The HUMP!

The HUMP!

13:17 min | 2 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on The HUMP!

"Back. Another, another Turbe. She really likes of the storylines, she's just like you know about she wants to finish it up by. Mother sees nights starts so good. This'll be the third time I've gone through the whole thing like it's still so good. It's interesting to watch the critical mass of media, the staking whole though. So the Wall Street Journal's doing at the New York Times, I think both of them are doing it at least New York Times as doing it where they're doing a game of thrones. Have you seen this? They're doing a game of thrones newsletter in each week. They're pushing out new content about, like Hinson clues of like the first seven seasons. But what, what just impressed me is how much they had gotten behind it from all dedicated how much dedicated content they have to it. Yeah. I try not to get any spoilers or theories just kinda like trying to stop, but I mean, you know, when they leak the trailer, I have to watch that yeah, well what's interesting about it? Is there some tells Chuck meal bit in the trailer self, and it was funny because I was welling up in tears, part of, you know Beck is like. I was like what is wrong with the are you crying? Abby. I saw sir Gerald burble. Trailer turned into a stone, man like. Like what? He showed up. He's like, I'm Jerry I know but it's Johnson of base game. I know. But it's confirmations coming are were you pretty sure our it was gonna live when she was a faceless man. But that's I didn't like that part of the trailer though. What part with her running scared like shade scared? A no one like some kind of she's scared. Yeah. She's scared. Although they ride it. I mean that second seen though where she's like, I know death that was before that scene. I think they did a just mess with the crew. A little bit. Yeah. Just guessing, just guessing. Right. It's almost like when you were like ten years old. And you realize that this is like your last Christmas. That's gonna be special like after this everybody's wise that I know what's going on. I mean, I'm so excited to see this. But it's so sad that there's literally six left. Yeah. Except here's the one exception. I have all this as much as I love game of thrones my favorite book series of all time. A didn't realize picked it up there, working with the BBC, and they showed a trailer for it, and they only did one movie. So my favorite books series of all time, his dark materials, and they did the golden compass had at Ania Craig in it as good movie. It was an okay movie. Good movie. Yeah. If you're a fan of the book, it was an okay movie. But the only did the one because Catholic church, there's a bunch controversy. I mean, there's it attack the book series attacks organized, religion. Make no about it. But with the BBC decided to do that made it into a TV show a miniseries nature via it's going to be on HBO railing. And that's one of the trailers they showed and before game thrown before forget, oh, we were watching true detective. Yeah. And they showed it before true detective. And I came off the couch like, started because I'd been in pointed tears game thrones ending. I'm gonna do now a Mike no shit. There is back of what is wrong. He thought the chiefs just won the Super Bowl like what they know HBO's, not stupid and high. This thoughts got into my head game of throw Zoar, I'm dumping cable. I'll pick in a book some to go take a walk. I'm Doug, the TV together, and they're like, no, we gotta get, you know, sink that hook in. Getting back up the ante they're also doing it watchmen series. I saw that too, which will be interesting because I really do the movie I loved them movie. And I, I own the graphic novel. Yeah. The movie was almost a true representation of the graphic novel. I don't know what else they can do with the series. So I'm curious. I think it's all new characters. Oh, okay. Maybe they're gonna start with the old characters in LA, the weird creepy guy with the news revs neck in the. The banded massacre, Rochard. No. When they go back to the first ones. Riyadh literally deuce around name that guy. Okay. Now. Sure. How that so special, you know superpower. No, you're getting hot. You're hanging people. I'm confused. I guess speaking that we got one other one last shout out to TV shows, too TV shows boys season three of queer eye built in Kansas City, launches next week March of teen. Very exciting net flex now you've binge-watch d- your fan. I love this show. I mean, it's just one of those shows that you feel good at the end. You know, they're helping people and healing old wounds. And, you know, they can better place down for that the city completely embraced those guys when I completed here this guys. So I'll be I watched the first two seasons. I probably should binge watch those before watching the third, it's worth. I mean, what are watching like, okay, this is good stuff. You feel better. Let should make school worse. Yep. Well, not. Okay. For watching some that makes you feel better. So talking about things that make us feel better topic. This week is the old Bill Luckett list. Yeah. Yale is interesting about this topic when you when you propose let's talk about the bucket list. I'm not what's interesting. I'm not a huge their things I want to do in life. But I haven't really thought about, like, documenting it or chronicling. It just keep it up here. And you know there are handful things. I would probably have service regret if I didn't get them down before my time punch, my clock you know from time standpoint, but couple of things Chris lies. So I was glad you brought up the topic, you know, you have a rotating choice of things we can talk about. And it kind of Chris lies me. I'm like, yeah. Let's talk about this. One was Rick's passing and Rick Rick's of Rick and his wife have had a profound influence on me from the standpoint of even like what I'm doing now career wise because we would have dinner conversations, and they would say, you've only got so much time you need to do what you wanna do. Exact rice chances. Yeah, you need to make sure you've not let fear get hold of you and kind of, you know, fears always going to be there, but you gotta over kind of overcome at least navigate it. Right. And so, you know, his passing got me thinking about the about this, and then also. Also last week, Luke Perry's untimely, we hit Angie on. Yeah. You know, a couple upsets ago, and she had her she said, two strokes, and, you know, little younger than Luke Perry. Luke perry. Fifty two years old still working still seem to relatively good health. There's a lot coming out about how he was very philanthropic, individual giving giving individual and just one moment. He's gone. So that kind of Chris lies it for me like I said and said, okay, we're gonna lock the same where we're talk about this. So this is not like you and die like Saddam and talk about and kind of Jack out like when you came over tonight, I hadn't even seen the questions. And you saw my response is the questions like pick up your phone or like, okay, where's my list, right? As I keep my bucket list on my phone. So I mean do kinda come my is. Because I've been asked Becky yesterday as what's on your bucket list, what how bucket list? I like to wanna do. She goes out, no time L. No. Yeah. You know that was her response. But you have a purchase completely differently. Yeah. I mean di- particular, she's really cut abrasive and kind of made me think about it more to your point. You know most of the time you have these things just kinda stuck up in your head. I'll do this at some point do that support the to you like put it down on either paper. You know on a list of some tight. Yeah, you could pull up. Doesn't really slid a fi or become concrete. Like what you put it on paper. You're kinda like, okay these are things I definitely want to do. We get older. We used to be focused on stuff for young man's wishes, you know, thrill seeking or the billionaire become the president young man wishes but yeah, like I did the Jim Carey trick. If you're the Jim Carey, he did this thing about wrote a check for like five hundred thousand dollars. He was like twenty million dollars wasn't twenty million. And with he got a deal for cable guy. He made twenty million dollars he can. Okay. I got the number wrong. Yeah. But yeah, I, I actually have a maybe mine was five hundred thousand dollars million. Yeah. But I actually had that check somewhere. Right. The dates well pass but yeah, yeah, I mean at least makes a real. But so now it's just seems to be more focused on experiences because that's what about stuff about, you know, enjoying real experiences with people. Want to spend time with and wanna be with. So I actually heard her list is way more detailed than mine is she actually has a lifelong list bucket list, and that she also breaks down the lake. She has a twenty nineteen bucket list. Okay. You know, some stuff is maybe significant some isn't. But just kind of like jerick Witter couple things on the twenty nineteen list at was funny, but that is like Semper stuff. It sounds like really, but then you're like would be really cool. Yeah. Like her goal is to CNA jail hockey game this year. Okay. I could imagine her doing that things actually right now we're we have a niece that Chicago in the Blackhawks seem like is gonna team as any. I mean, they're consistently great in two good fun city. So we're like, okay, let's plan a weekend. We'll spend it with her. You know, our niece and they like beer, we're gonna hit some breweries notable. Blackhawks game like sounds like a dam that we can make arm. Yeah. My wife has literally never been camping in her life, this story. No. Like she believes up until like a year ago. She believed camping was like you have a cabin and abandoned in a bath. Room like no, no, no, no, no. That's, that's not camping like a tent canvas. You're sleeping on the earth in a tent and she's like I ever done that. So. In April were planning on. Spending the night camping where are you going to go? Camping I think we're getting a lot of want it. I don't know. It's not too far. I mean, we're not gonna go to Colorado. She's like, let's ease into we're going to one night in a terribly, it'd be illegal. Tens of just stuff like that. That's bigger things not going to get done this year. But I'll know those are interesting things to do even on a on a two thousand nineteen less you what's funny as we were producer, lists tonight, our, our producer grant keeps a bucket list. Really? And it will generally do on the during during the summer things that he wants to do with this friends, and they talk about it, yet, those near just you bring up, Diane's notion of near-term can a bucket list, you know, keeps you accountable and keeps you thinking about things that, you know, otherwise if you just get in a rut or a comfort zone..

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"turbe" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

Sports Gambling Podcast

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

"I mean, it's it's a marathon not a sprint, Sean. Yes. We're only halfway through. I mean, technically, we are what do you mean? There's three games left or more way more than half. Well, there's four games because one counts double. So we're two thirds of the way through Ken, and it turns out him sitting in second place on was that good. One is I'll be honest with you. I am a little Chartres because I didn't feel like I felt like my team would be kind of popular. But it turns out this. Philip rivers play was really the differentiator only less than five percent of people now in all those all those garbage garbage points. So Philip rivers Todd Gurley. Zeke Elliott Michael Thomas Tyree kills Zakar James way and his fifteen catches Eric Hebron, Sebastian Janikowski. Baltimore defense. It didn't. It doesn't feel like this. Crazy like, oh, I got lucky with that one guy lineup. So but that one guy is Philip rivers. I guess that's my story. S G P big boy regular, Sean. Yeah. Ex Turbe X in first place. So where it's a takeover because I think dick in the top twenty five here. Seventeenth place of lot of s GOP regulars popping off in the charts. Pena where you occurrence located with your team there? Yes. So as I look at who I have left so I have jubilees coming. I have jewelry is still left, which is always nice tyreek hill, I have Jillian Brandin cooks as the four latte. Here's the unique thing for me is I I have a five point lead on third place. Like, it's not it's not I don't get a couple tenths of a point lead. And then if you even drop down like the twentieth place, I'm up fifteen thirteen points. So I haven't nice lead. I have a lot of a lot of the people behind me have my exact same lineup. Sean. That's the cool. Good. That's a good strategy. And you know, it turns out so I went over to a free plug, Sean. I know you don't like this. It's it's against my what if you are into the F F PC, we're gonna bleep their name movie for fantasy Mo-jo dot com. He's.

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"turbe" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on The Jump

"So you know, I hate to be. One that to say this. But you know, he's been a bus for for them. And you know, he's very obvious. Now that you know, he's not the player that they drafted. And they realized that and I'm sure that they're not finding any takers form. So I I do think that this is the last of the show man that we will see probably sixty one. But I don't know what they're going to have to eat this contract or a what? But right now, his his future. Just it doesn't look to that for him. I mean to be the top pick in a drought and just just not able to bring anything no value to the game at all. I feel sorry for the it'd be on this. Yeah. The woods pray for Markelle. They messed up your shot. But the the thing about him is finding out that it was a physical problem will we hope that. This was the cause I think it gives you a little hope that he can develop into something. If you're the Sixers right now, you can't trade him because you trade them his values at its out to kill might as well hold onto them. And hope he comes around. I hope this was issue. And then he's gravy on top of what the state that. You already have with the big three, but to trade him or to look to kind of partways. I don't think that's the move right now. Just to meet just depends on what you can get with him. I never liked to say trader don't trade in a vacuum. What what are you giving me the value shooting right now right now the values at its absolute loss. I if if I can get for him something I need then that then his value isn't so low like his value is he brings me in something. I need great. If he doesn't if you're right Scott in no one's making an offer. Then obviously, you don't want to rid of in for nothing. Just for you watched him for the your soul, and you he don't have any value. You can't even show. Good video on this kid right now. So you don't have any selling points in his contract, by the way. Yes, it's a rookie deal. But because of the overall pick he's cheating. It can crack me as at twelve million around ten or twelve million that he's gonna make next year. That's a as a chunk when you're doing your calculations. So that's another thing about teams, maybe possibly taking him on. On if you're quote taking a flyer on Marquel. Full to you have to also be taking a fly around that salary. And that's I think going to be obstacle as well. I mean, thank you so much for joining us. Your RTD are two d- two sweater on brand there. Coming up. We are going to have plots because we probably and they're counting. We will. I have here is doc low with a little more on the Sixers. The Sixers are thirteen and four with Jimmy Butler in the lineup killing it on both ends of the floor. When all three of their stars play together to said fitting three all stars Shakti Junkers. It'd be hard. It is Butler put a win. Jimmy, you a seventy sixer. There have been growing pains. Joel Embiid has already sounded off without his new role. Joel Embiid is a little Turbe saying that he's now being used as a spacer. He's being used to stretch five he has to jostle with two other guys who like to post up watch out for for cars when the big fella does post up. He sees lots of bodies. Ben Simmons hangs near the rib defenders sag away from Butler. Feed swarmed in. I'm not sure what that was number show EADS right that he doesn't post up as much with Butler and Simmons around he becomes the world's biggest bottom shooter. And he's not always happy about it on some possessions, never sets book below three point. That is a waste of what makes bees. Overwhelming Simmons and Butler have nice too man game. But it reduces Embiid with spectator. What it's Butler who has sacrificed most when all three stars share the floor. He chosen the corner. Osteen? He gets the few shots. The offense doesn't always flow your term my turn stuff going, but it's working all three at the talent. And the smarts to play off of each. Other Butler is sign on my back door..

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"turbe" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Ben van Devender made a donation says, thank you for after freeloading for years. Thank you for doing the podcast. You're welcome, sir. Berry says thoughts on the new portion, nine, three, five. It's incredible and limit a pull it up because it it looks fuck and read this thing revealed at Rennes sport based on the GT TSU RS seven hundred horsepower track only right limited to seventy seven examples. What do you think looker? It's it's absolutely amazing. It looks cool. It's like I said before, I'm not some like Porsche guy that cars fucking it's cool. They're only making seventy seven the track only. Here's the secret. You don't want one because next year the road car the road car. All right. That's the one you want is the, you know what the fuck is supposed to do with this thing. Yeah, you know what I mean? It's like it's like eight hundred grand less. You are actually going to track it, but we'll, yeah, but. I guess yeah, but they're not your. There's not going a series. I mean, maybe you can run them in like time trial or what is there like an exhibition or spec. I class like sexy, like a Ferrari x core soclean day type program, not even that, like are there in endurance racing? Is there any class that this would be allowed to be? No Senate race car is not a race car. This is a track car, not race car. The back is where it's fucking at. Look at that. I mean look good for them like I'd rather them do this. Then continue to build one thousand nine hundred ninety eight Porsche turbos like Pebble Beach. Remember they brand you know what I mean? Which also isn't road legal. No, and Aston Martin is built. We'll build you a fucking goldfinger db five or something like I'd rather them build real. What Ferraris doing with that motto. Postal thing like that's pretty fucking RAD. Like build me something new that evokes the heritage. I don't wanna Houston you. They're old. They're all building. They're all kind of doing all of that because all of everybody's like, Yup, here's my money. Yeah, rich people are very fuck rich. They really are. I, you know. He and berry has a point, can't figure out who it's four besides for collectors to mothball, but can't blame Porsche for cashing in on trend. Totally valid points. I think some people will drive them. I think when they come out with a street version, people will drive those around a little bit. But yeah, I mean, some of these Porsche collectors, how fucking money, lots of money and it doesn't matter. They buy everything and some of them go to the track. I mean, I know some guys in the Middle East who have crazy cars and and they take them to racetracks plates on the back in a row. I know a guy who is the my home in Dubai has a Cup car, like a current generation Cup car, and he put tags on it is driving around. I don't know. I don't know. I don't think that's probably like nine eleven to that called nine million dollars just ran into a very nice Saudi national in at the top of the snake in nine eleven are who had the license plate. Nine one one are the plate itself must've been two hundred thousand dollars. I mean, so so crazy. I love how those us just fell off a cliff. Right value is. Yeah. Oh dude. It makes me laugh, but I still love, you know. I when he drove the car up the snake from a distance, it looks like a GT three touring. Yeah, but the sound it makes is distinctly different and I go, that's an art because you can hear you can actually hear the difference. It's a deeper note. It's not a piercing note like the GT three is interesting, very, very interesting car. Let's see. Turbe Kerber jeez, turmeric because I'm visiting LA next week. Could you recommend some car related events or activities won the Peterson rent a car and hit up the canyons..

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"turbe" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on Minority Korner

"So they're like, ruined grease sitting in these songs. That's enough. And I mean, that should have been Greece's beautiful. Well, from a musical, you need like the magical like glitz in like some choreographies some numbers, and they like in the second one, they were like, well, we didn't do at that time, but now you're getting that movie musical magic that you're missing from the first one. So this is so interesting because I've heard the opposite. I mean, not with the imagine doing now is there, but I that the plot is like no clue. Well, it's like it's mainly half its flashbacks half of the plot. Remember that stuff that we talked about the happened in the first one. Well, now we're going to show it to you because it's like, okay, hooking up with the three guys that she taught like they talked about this, you hooked up with and like intersex companion. Yes, exactly. So I mean, do it ladies. And if they don't slut shamed, ours is just living life in Europe. And it is very, like, I'm like, oh, that is like my Sexcapades in Europe just without the musical numbers, but they didn't sing a song. Fernando and I had a Fernando when I was in Barcelona. So it's very true. It's very true and shares in it. Yes. And she plays and I love Shan. She plays. She's she's a wonderful, and she plays Meryl Streep's mother, which is funny. 'cause because they're only like two years par-three but yeah, like, yeah, that's, yeah, you're right. You're. So a lot of potholes, I will say, oh, you're not going for the plot continuity music. They just a fun. The sex. I was just fighting so funny that when movies are doing the sequel what it's like and they don't hold up the continuity, it's like, but you could've did Dr. Couldn't you just sit down and watch it and be like, oh, take notes of this shares supposed to be dead. So like they've made, oh, make references that how did her mom is in the first one, and then she's like, live and all these, like what the hell that makes no sense to me. I'm like, if I'm going to be doing something, I'm going to read what I did before. What I see. Well, let me okay. Take note. Not be like now, here's new thing. None of that happening do it. So. So no. Oh tip for everyone else. Let me get my notes. Hot tips from an sugar Turbe gave you share on Twitter? Oh, yes. I agree rate just be like by and then put an emotional waiting hands share face. And then slipper hair. That's what I imagine. Wow, I got gotta share voice for you. That's. You didn't know. Share, but I'm not letting that go. I loved you shift is. Up. Can't figure out how to order a pizza bits again, handle this jets share you gotta workshop. Sure. Chelsea real tweet soup was like, I'll just. And it's gonna be good, but you I don't like share this fat Albert's nuts. Okay. Has no. My father is like her and the money. That's my Jennifer. Hudson is armed. Her New Hampshire. Stinging and the sure gotta flip my hair over mama. Mia mom's coming out and you can't see this 'cause there's no video, but I'm flipping by share flipping. I'm flipping do this. Yes. What you're John Travolta. You put me on the spot. I'm not. I'm not. I'm not a dolphin that does tricks for you. You're a man. You trying to say that my John Travolta might sound like my hair and all. Line that he does..

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"turbe" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on Wow In the World

"Exactly and that leftover stardust that circles around the outside of the event horizon is colt and accretion this ration desk yeah i'm just going to call it bob for simplicity's sake so as all of this gas and other material from the star spins around the black hole it keeps getting faster and faster and really really hot because of friction in is the heat that gets made when you rub two things together really really fat yeah like how you of your hands together when it's cold outside the heat your hands up okay but how does this heat get all right we'll some of that heat energy gets converted or changed in two other types of energy like x ray energy and light energy in this energy can travel for trillions and trillions of miles across the universe where it can then be picked up by our satellites and radio telescopes back on earth oh yes and guy roz scientists actually have a special name for this the do yup they call it a quasi is stellar object turbe a quasar for short and quasars are the brightest objects in the entire universe that makes total sense mindy because from earth these super bright objects even though they're millions of miles away well they often look like stars in the night sky how into that's what we're looking at right now that's right i can't believe we're the first people to ever see a black hole what do you mean well because black holes don't reflect any light back into space it's almost impossible for us to see them back on earth they just get lost in the background kinda like when you had that black cat parade in the middle of the night.

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"turbe" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"I find an email in the last twenty four hours that means you're worried an email you didn't want to hand over a texan actually do by the way you know because the question i came up with off the top of my very good question no no i i did did not not anybody from the trump white house contacted you has the president contact to do has anybody from trump's legal team contact and you no know has roger stone told you not to go talk to the grand jury no defying a grand jury subpoena could result in prison time for numbered cu could be charged with contempt of court but none burg appeared to dismiss the potential consequences i've once again don't want to have to spend eighty hours going over email you'd rather spanned possibly a year in jail then i'm not going to jail you think i'm going to do well maybe emma's that mrs katie turbe spoke to some number this african and joins me now sorry about that let me ask you this what is going on here in the chair falling other than the cheerful listen families it's a character and he's always been a character inside trumpworld a lot of what he says you have to confirm all of what you said he said you have to confirm some of it is is far flung and some things do result in solid reporting that can get backed up by multiple other sources he went into these special counsel in our view a about a week ago came out of it and sit on this network that it was not a witchhunt that it was a good use of taxpayer money that it did not waste his time last night i spoke to him about the subpoena and he said he was going to comply with it he never gave any indication that he would not comply with it i was summoned different 1030 eleven o'clock last night and this morning or this afternoon while i was on television the washington post reports at he's he's suddenly not going to comply and so i i called him and i and i asked why it does make it suspicious to a normal person about.

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"turbe" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Was up for the gig she ended up doing this wrinkle in time instead we'll see how that turns out but yeah i think marvel had on its mind that it wanted a director who was black and who was socially conscious and who would bring that element to this character and you see it in the advertisement they do not shy away from it is not coincidentally black it is afrocentric absolutely in the cast is so many people i've heard of but the one i know best is michael be jordan this makes two for two for the released fantastic four films were johnny storm joins the marvelled cinematic the universe we can ignore that one right wasn't totally successful but i am a big fan of him i enjoyed him and chronicle i just think he is an actor to watch them convince one day he's going to hold that oscar maybe not for this part but i think it's in his future he's just got that kind of early career going for him yeah i'd seen him and chronicle didn't enjoyed the movie but i remember liking him in it i thought he was really good incresead he was the best thing about fantastic four is the thing i can give him and so he is the one i knew most going in chadwick boesman of course i had seen him in civil war but only recently di seek get on up finally had been meaning to see it but it literally came at the same day as guardians of the galaxy so i went and saw that instead but he was really good and get on up the i saw this turbe marshall came out a couple of months ago he seemed to be a versatile actor are being their sort of giving him every black person in history you get to do the movie yeah he played jackie robinson did me yeah that's exactly so we'll be here he a tub and.

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"turbe" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on First Take

"Team that couldn't win suddenly was winning almost twice as much as they were losing and then he won a playoff gave no against nor pittsburgh steelers and never got another real opportunity come on stop excuse me about retort to that would be this max it he completed forty six percent of this passes as a quarterback which is awful number want no disrespect to my friend it's just fax number two he went to the new york jets i thought he got railroaded never really got a chance there bill bellichik did bring him into camp so you had a plethora of coaches because of his character because of the it factor because he's such a lovable guys impossible to root against the eccentric sector that will more than willing to give him a chance but they saw what they saw and he was not an accord reason nfl player he could play in the nfl but he was not an nfl quart turbe back he never what you are said he got an opportunity in denver they couldn't win they didn't stop winning and won a playoff game the next opportunity he got you said was the jets admitted he was railroaded and then the next opportunity was with the patriots so because he couldn't take com moonies john out on no no no no no no no no that's not what i'm saying that's ridiculous that's not what i'm saying i'm saying if you go in there and you show something during a preseason all the people would have wanted to because it a profound respect that bill bellichik garners that's what i'm saying so the fact that you went to new england and didn't show any thing they in a ryan mahlatse of the world and others were better than you on what have you and they looked at the numbers and they had enough tape on you would evaluate what you could do on what you couldn't do it spoke for itself that's what i'm saying would you agree would you agree that the nfl is a risk averse league a copycat league people don't like to strike out and take their own chances were would you agree with that.

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"turbe" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Because he said those hateful words and as the story clearly got worse and worse for the trump white house on friday and saturday the trump white house decided it was time to change their story just completely change their story was time to change donald trump's story and enlist what ever help they could from other republicans and now donald trump is saying the dick turbe dick durban misrepresented what he said in the oval office and two republican senators who were in the room have decided to change their stories dramatically republican senators tom cotton and david purdue on friday released a very unusual joint statement about that white house meeting very unusual for two senators to release a joint statement together it said we do not recall the president saying these comments specifically do not recall on the biggest thing that the president has ever said in their presence according to the way the news media was reacting to it and they do not recall they've very specifically did not then denied that the president said that they simply claimed to not recall now i have been in work sessions like that in the oval office when i was working in the senate during the clinton administration let me tell you you come out of that room remembering every word the president says every work so just based on my own personal experience in the oval office i did not believe a word of senator cotton and senator perdus statement about not recalling.

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"turbe" Discussed on TechFan

TechFan

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on TechFan

"I was disappointed in that once again they feel like they have to kill off one of the originals and obviously they're going to do that the next one as well um i really wanted to see to eat the chicken really wanted to see in this john hit on all you have applied so flip the what to i wanna i wanna see chewing it's kind of a long title but i'm gonna put an uh i want to mowing with it just a this college chew week chicken then chewy the chicken he note eat the chicken chewy yeah uh yeah i i mean obviously the pokes were put in the purely for the choice of hammer stops there was a couple of other things that but they weren't he walks clean without let the the the black the evil bb was also i put him for the torture absolutely completely superfluous via yeah and i was surprised i felt the pokes would feature more are i'm just glad they didn't fly in turbe walker's to blind dums so the bag in the good guys can do something that would have been like no other earmarks but now they didn't do that i i actually really really enjoy this movie um yeah i would i would have given the the last movie and aminus i will say this though number one star wars movie of all time salamn pyre number two rogue one number three star wars the first simply because it started the whole thing number four is a tie between the last jedi i hand the force awakens.

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"turbe" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on The Young Turks

"A by senator tom cotton a republican from arkansas who's big key ally of the president on national security matters according to the white house plan mr cotton has signalled that he would accept the job if offered said the officials who insisted on enmity discussed sensitive deliberations before decisions are ounce so why do they like tom cotton well for the most obvious and consistent reason here's a quote from orders sees a staunch trump ally if when trump is doing a job interview number one through nine priorities is how much do you kiss my ass and tom cotton is excellent at that there's actually is expertise as his main claim to fame is if you're daughter i will kiss your ass if you're defence contractor i will kiss urus if you're in the president donald trump oh my god is going to work on you so trump loves this thing goes oh tom cotton this guy won't stop kissed my i this is puzzling i'll make making the cia director of the cia where i could maybe manipulate some intelligence to tell you that i don't have a connection with russia and they didn't interfere in the life now whether they go that far is up for discussion tom cotton in the passes somewhat lukewarm response to that but has said trump seems sorry russia's seemed to have played a role in 2016 election but there is one of those things that they might want to fix in terms of intelligence of the cia if you will and that is the issue of going to war with the wrong but hold one more note about tom conned before we got to the iran issue which i think is the most important what does he think about some turbe practices at the cia has done in the past well loves it he said quote waterboarding is torture.

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"turbe" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Recommend one book and share why so sunday i i reds but re recently was a book called hooked by near il isi press they've but as basically it every goes into a why do you wanna go and score your facebook again and sometimes out beefs or be in a lift and i'll get instagram up but it's like white you have that kind of motivation to do that and often i found myself scrolling and i already know why and his book hoped dislike all about how these companies a lot manipulating you and it is crazy accident me crazy but it is just as just like all the way they managed efficiently three datum unhooked hooked on a few things round this like oh over this tab one more time i swear to death let's end today on fire with a parting piece of guidance the best way that we can connect with you and then we'll say goodbye forever twitter pete ramsey in a parting piece of guidance i ustr westbrook to carry look a notebook can i i've every day a tryon bright like an idea down and is not an idea in terms of to do with movable one carney turbe just like an idea for a potential new business i think i definitely got a lot better at like identifying unlike progress in these ideas and it just like any other scale like rodney by kohl lend by an instrument i think such a practice so my advice to be even if you're like in sight a business even if you're not ready to start your business yet all kind of progress with your thing just be ryan down i did and then.

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"turbe" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"You know jim that's actually where there is a misperception if there is a simplification of the tax code which we are all for those eighty five million people that still go to somebody do their taxes will have the selfconfidence to do it on their own they'll use a piece of software like turbo tax or they'll use a smartphone and we think that will be a huge stimulus for growing the doityourself category and so we're excited about tax simplification we've been working really hard for years to try to make it happen but in the absence of that will do the job for congress we will simplify the tax is so people can get them done without having to worry about making a mistake what that's a great point because i was thinking it other a lot of people who have small businesses we're really would be prohibited we call to shift economy people aged they're doing a third over but then there delivering forecast rabbit next thing you know they're they're involved with some sort of a door well you know these little services and they have to file an amy corporate fund so they're using into it right they are in fact that's one of the most exciting parts of our business right now if you look at the workforce the research suggests about thirty four percent of people are working in this gig economy as a freelancer they're driving for uber or lift the running task for task rabbit their delivering for door dash and today they have to separate their personal from their business expense then they have to be able to foul using the right tax form and the government can sit considers them a small business so we launched a product coq quit book self employed it works with turbe attacked selfemployed and this year we're able to generate a hundred and seventy thousand additional subscribers by simply having them swipe left awry push a button in their taxes were done and we're just now at the basically the entry level point of this there are three million people falling with turbo tax that are self employed this year a hundred and seventy thousand discovered the magic we're going to see how high we can go next year we'll match an actual accelerated revenue growth for big companies you actually are speeding your growth right now.

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"turbe" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast

Sparkle Stories Podcast

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"turbe" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast

"This reminded them all of benz words less not more when the double klang rang out announcing that the last of the workers had left for the day they all gathered by the junk yard pond to share their ideas at first the discussion was loud and confused with everyone promoting their ideas at once but then sergeant held up a pau and said i am eager to hear all of these ideas but one at a time i am sure that we can find a solution that will work for everyone georgia bean perhaps you and the mice should go first will we only got pot way said the kindly rat the mice were happy to give up their showers but i'm sure you will agree that going to bed covered an sod duster whatever else they dug through that day is not it visable so been here thought that collecting the water might be a more appropriate solution and then the mice found a plastic turbe over in the treasures and thought perhaps their nightly showers could take place in there that way all the water could be reused for will something else but we are and at present sure of what that is oh called little mama who started hopping up and down i know what i know what low momma said sergeant turning to the busy rabbit what is your idea dwell sally and i considered all sorts of alternate sources of water for the garden like building a rainwater collecting system out of buckets and jars but that would only help after it rains we didn't know how to water right now but we could use the water from your shower tub don't you think that's it called some mice our showers can be used for watering the garden called a few others it's working hits working cheered the rest well done everyone said sergeant with a nod we are already saving water.

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