21 Burst results for "Turku"

"turku" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

04:15 min | 7 months ago

"turku" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

"Solution. There's no doubt no one can possibly have a doubt any longer was to. What is it that it is at play here. This is not just another election cycle. This is not just another change. The guard is not just with your good. You return turku near and waited. They're going to be the next and they're gonna get in there and they're gonna. This is the action. This is the.

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"turku" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

04:11 min | 7 months ago

"turku" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Solution. There's no doubt no one can possibly have a doubt any longer was to. What is it that it is at play here. This is not just another election cycle. This is not just another change. The guard is not just with your good. You return turku near and waited. They're going to be the next and they're gonna get in there and they're gonna. This is the action. This is the.

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"turku" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"turku" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Need them to have a strong voice in the United States. Senate. Nearly 1.5 million Georgians have already voted in the run offs for NPR news. I'm Emma hurt in Atlanta. This is NPR news. At least five people are dead after a roadside bomb tour through a vehicle in Kabul today. Officials in Afghanistan say four of the passengers were doctors. It's not clear if they were the target of the attack. Police say two others were wounded. No group has claimed responsibility. Lawmakers in Nicaragua have passed legislation that virtually bans anti government candidates from seeking office Maria Martin reports. The move comes as the country prepares for an election year in which opponents hope to defeat longtime President Daniel Ortega. The law approved Monday grants the government of the network. They got power to designate citizens as terrorists. Turku supporters Thereby ruling them out as candidates. People accused of a myriad of activities from advocating economic sanctions to calling for foreign interference will be designated as traitors. Ah, charge that could bring up to 15 years in prison. The Organization of American States called on the Niigata when Congress to repeal the measure, saying it denies Nikola wants the right to choose their leaders freely. The nail Ortega hopes to be elected to his third consecutive term as president in November of next year. For NPR News A Maria Martin in empty well. Guatemala stocks across Asia traded mostly lower today, benchmarks and Shanghai in Tokyo posted losses on Wall Street. Dow futures are trading mixed this morning. The Dow industrial average on Monday gained 37 points the NASDAQ Down 13. This is NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations..

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Baltic Sea ferry runs aground in Finnish waters, no injuries

Live Abundant Radio

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Baltic Sea ferry runs aground in Finnish waters, no injuries

"Baltic Sea Passenger Ferry. There are 300 people onboard is run aground on an archipelago between Finland and Sweden without injuries. Today, rescue officials are preparing to evacuate the vessel. The finished coastguard Twitter that the MSR Morella operated by ferry company Viking line between the Finnish western port of Turku. And the Swedish capital Stockholm, is currently stuck on the ground south

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"turku" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"turku" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

"From Turku media. We've all heard seen in read a thousand times about how this or that. Politician or candidate is polling predate post debate about this issue that issue and we watch incessantly while news announcers give us their organizations reflection of well our collective opinion, or at least today's collective opinion. It seems that our society's opinions change about as often as my socks do. Yes, I mean daily, but. Where do these statistics come from? How are they sourced? Counted kept honest today we're going to deep dive into our own opinions with the help of one of the most respected posters in the country..

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"turku" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"turku" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"Guy that can play on either the first or second power play and play in the first or second line. And I think again. Go Back Balart a guys that I. Think can help contribute that he'll be point guy, but more of a Finnish type guy agree with is Kelly you look at the numbers that he's put up the. Junior League there and I think you know. He's played three years there. It's time for him to you know it's take step, and because of the situation with regards to contract with that. I think we're going to get a look at him. In the early part of the year whether or not, he sticks out. Only time will tell, but he's a guy who's got size, and he's still not. He's only eighteen years old, so he's going to be nineteen next week. but soft hands, pure goal scorer You know probably look likely Luc Robitaille over on the left side. This is you know that element that a guy like Kelly will bring, but I, think collectively as a group, the Kings. You know every everybody that they're bringing to the table. You know the of the draft. Our players that are going to contribute to offense. It's not gonNA be one superstar player. It's going to be guys to be able to support each other Turku a real smart, responsible player, great playmaker. He'll make guys better. He'll compliment guys. Rascals Guitar, even though he took the injury towards the end of the year. That might set a back. A little bit is the start of this season and being you know being a a in a position that he's on the big team, but he's a player that got skill and he's got speed You can finish, and he compliments guys that makes them better, so everybody that the kings have have looked to draft and then having the system and the nine guys that you just mentioned right now. These are all top line prospects. He's earned guys that are oh. Maybe there's a chance you're you know again. If all night insert panel, you hit the lottery a couple of times. Times in a row, but if the kings can hit a couple of home runs in the guys that they have their, you know half those guys make their way of a lineup. The kings have been a great job there. Better great job. Development team has done outstanding job and the Kings will continue to keep you know drafting well and support these guys but I think. The way the kings you're looking right now is the way they're changing with the shifts. Todd is putting place. It'll be a team a team that doesn't You're GonNa have your guys that have their own little You know elements of their game. Some guys a little faster, some guy score a little more Curtis Mc Dermott you know he he's. He's a tough guy. Each guy bring a little something to the table, but they've also I think the common ground here in an ingredient amongst all these guys is, there's a lot of winners and there's a Lotta great team players, and I think at this young group comes together with so. So, many young guys coming up at the same time. They're going to spend time on -Tario and then we'll make the step to the NHL. There's going to be that Brotherhood amongst them and we're GONNA see them come up as a group. And then when they do come, you're going to be not much more of a threat to be able to compete so the next couple of years a real exciting year for the Kings I think the case..

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"turku" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"turku" Discussed on KQED Radio

"David has some of the stories from our newsdesk a course in Romania has equities twenty five Roma man and accused of masterminding man accused of masterminding the trafficking of a thousand children to bank and steal elsewhere in Europe as a final appeal hearing the courts in the city of Turku Marash sent the prosecutors had failed to present evidence the case had dragged on for nine years and the verdict has prompted an outcry the authorities in Britain long ago secure with one hundred and twenty convictions for various offenses committed by traffic is from the same remaining vision H. cinder right Sylvia to bush calf from the Bucharest based human rights group said it was a huge failure the remaining in justice system dance has long had an important place in human society but scientists at Duke University in the United States have found that the urge to move and sway to music could go back a lot further seven chimpanzees it is there in Saint Louis were recorded when they were played short recordings of piano rhythms researchers claim that the responses show music and dance how deeply rooted and existed in the common ancestor shed by humans and chimpanzees which left six million years ago and in Australia five people have been hospitalized after a promotional Christmas event ended in a stampede at a shopping mall in the Sydney suburb the stampede occurred after an event billed as the ultimate make a balloon drop let shoppers led to shoppers scrambling for free gifts local media reported that some had suffered chest neck leg and back injuries thanks David pretty heavy balloons let's head and ends this edition of the newsroom with the story of one TV reporter in Spain who thought Christmas had come early when the winning numbers were announced in the famous el Gordo lottery live on air but as Kate Gregan reports her exuberant reaction was soon followed by a public apology.

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Review: A Magical British Champions Day

The Final Furlong Podcast

07:58 min | 2 years ago

Review: A Magical British Champions Day

"They cave obviously you were on Judy for sky sports alongside Freddie Tilleke and Alexander what was your impression of the latest renewal we've been having this essence twenty eleven it was the first time that they're the change to the jumps course they've basically said that saved the meeting that they would have had to cancel otherwise what was your impression of the day the position it's in the calendar it's always vulnerable to rain testing conditions it was great that they had the contingent and see their kings could have got a bit awkward otherwise the racing would have been at risk I think on the round course in terms of even being allowed to go ahead such was the level the moisture knocking around so we got it on I thought it was great racing it lacked a little bit of star power I think it's fair to say Bush on the day the race themselves for fantastic spectacles we got some great performances and we've planted look forward to what we saw with you to next season even I think and yeah look at sprint champion stay doesn't always necessarily deliver on what it's supposed to give its British champions day where one assumes the champ beans Ron and we have seen one champion perhaps on Saturday but it still delivered like reading high-cost Racing Really enjoyable ray say experience discredit atmosphere there and yeah personally I really enjoyed Chris deliver for you think Kevin Neal and the necessarily making champions with these races are all the title is there a there are so many big flat races are there in this country and that comes out so you just have to hope the good horses turn up and on this occasion I you know in most cases they didn't really I think in particular when you get really testing conditions for arc weekend fancy bringing those horses again two weeks later you know that was basically what they said that the wasn't it onto that factor I think one thing that might help going forward as if they commit to using ener- track just for all the run course races from can you just say well that's GonNa be our course champions day in the future for all that has been the hurdles back as far as far as I can make it worked fine on Saturday okay which is the first time it's ever been used for flat racing and it provided you know he was still soggy surface but it's it's better ground than you would go on the run course for sure and any encouragement you can give trainers and owners are not going to be turning up to race on the swamp is is pretty good news I mean I think the fact is you know this is the ground that we know expect for that day for all there were a couple of early champions days Iran serve goodish ground we'll agree UC ideally GonNa get lots of rain and it will turn soft and heavy in places this time of year and so even did freak weather one year where it was good ground again the reality is probably haven't been campaigned to turn up on that day because everyone's expecting softish grown which is a very good point at the atmosphere watching the sky seemed to be electric as well Peter so you're now a royal ascot veteran and ask veteran at that matter what did you make Champions Day in terms of my experience as a huge racing fan it was absolutely fantastic everything came together in terms of of the experience of being there and watching some top quality racing now when you think about the very name champions day and to the to everybody else's point I hear where you're coming from it's it's pretty tricky when you have a race that's two weeks after the most prestigious race in in Europe and the Ark and then from my selfish America part of the still think about the Breeders Cup all the time and with that coming in in two weeks as a potential target it's a it's tricky to to crown a champion between two champion two other days that are essentially designed to do the same thing but I think if you just take it for what is it provides a fantastic alternative and great end ABC's and target for a lot of domestic Brunner's from here and ends up being a racing fan I I I think it really deserves its prominent place towards the end of the calendar I I had a fantastic day out there and look forward to to try to many times more I was there in fifteen as well when I was living in London by a the experience of it it's obviously a very different animal than the royal me eating but something that I enjoy going to immensely and will target as a racing fan for many years to come a thoroughly enjoyed it I have to say and we'll done to the teams Sky Kevin obviously firm parts of that Long said Alex and Freddie I thought they did a brilliant job MC fits doing interviews I would have preferred it though admitted a brilliant interview with Aidan O'Brien Turku Gardens won the the longest cup which will talk about a few minutes time but I would have preferred it if mic was the one and not Richie to get Sean Lee whoa conduct because then I could have that clip to pay play in the final form of podcast we'll because it doesn't belong to US I can't play it damnit Mick Fitzgerald got that gold over what it means I don't mind that's fine yeah it's only the tenth highest grossing films of All Time Anyway the KIP CO champion stakes will be and with the feature race and magical who was beaten ten lengths into fifth in the arc only thirteen days prior to this race got back to winning ways she is real superstar of mayor but she's always enables shadow whenever she faces her even though Abel was beaten in the Ark this is the first time that Aidan O'Brien has ever won the champion stakes which in itself seems extraordinary but Chris it seems to me and we were talking about it on choose stay with Rushie and on Thursday with Steve Jones and rory champion the champion stakes for all that it is a prestigious prize maybe for ballydoyle it's a little bit an afterthought in in that position between the ARC and the Breeders Cup Classic Slash Breeders Cup Turf But this horse has proved to be good enough to go and get the job done for them and a worthy winner prestigious yeah I mean it has to be afterthought doesn't I mean you look at the best thing for the in stakes at about the time of the art I think you'd like a day before the art the top four in the batting stage we're all going to run in the are you know Japan is in there as well and others a new enable would have been one obviously so that's just the way it is when you talk class middle distance horses and they're probably GonNa go to long shot I aren't they and then case who's fit to go again and well it would be able because it seems that she's old boots what was this our is our ninth run of the year yes it was and it off in the middle of eight days after the grand national was her first run of the year and you know that nearly gotta be her best maybe upon short when she was chasing home able in New York but I mean she's holding her farm and it must be every she'll go again breeders cup I think she's fantastic I you know being jumps racing in principle I su- admire any horse the can be that jewel and can contain their enthusiasm for racing after all sorts of different experiences you know one talk class race after another one country net another one you d ground the last couple of starts and it doesn't seem to take anything off her she always runs a race Peter with a view to the previous cup she is obviously self boots she won the phillies and mirrors at the ascot meeting last year beating coronet she's now won the champion stakes proving

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US to step aside for Turkish assault on Kurds in Syria

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:19 min | 2 years ago

US to step aside for Turkish assault on Kurds in Syria

"On Sunday night the White House announced that US President Donald Trump had spoken to Turkish President Richard Type Erred One and agreed that you had forces operating in northern Syria would stand aside in the event of Turkey's long threatened invasion of the area we've been in Syria for many years serious to be a short-term hip just short term hit we were supposed to be in and out that was many many years ago northern Syria is probably not a helpful way of thinking about the region concerned though is geographically the north of Syria it is practically Kurdish the area of Syria along the border with lucky has been controlled for some while by Syrian Kurdish militia called the white p g the white PG have been a key ally of the US led coalition Fighting Islamic state Turkey however considers the Y. p. g. terrorists allies of the PK eighty largely Turkey based Kurdish group who have battled Turkey for decades Turkey also wants to repatriate the two million Syrian refugees is currently hosting to the territory the wipe e. g. hold trump now seems with little consultation with anybody but other wan to have wait to in one Syrian Kurdish official by NBC News said the Americans of traitors they have abandoned us to a Turkish massacre if the why PG and Kurds in general thought their heroin in helping to tackle Islamic state would be some guarantee of American support in future they were reckoning without two things one obviously is the impulsiveness of Donald Trump who has learned what little he understands of the Middle East from Fox News which is worse than not knowing anything at ooh the other is a long history almost an ingrained habit of abandonment off the Kurds by those who profess to admire and respect them and promise to see Turku they fought with us they follow us they died with us they died we lost tens of thousands of Kurds died fighting isis they died for us and with us and for themselves but they're great people trump claims that he has not betrayed the Kurds among a series of bowl hinged and mentored tweets on the subject he has exclaimed that Inouye have we abandoned the Kurds who are special people and wonderful fighters codes will have ample reason for thinking that this is about half right the molten history of selling the cuts out dates back to the nineteen not when the Kurds hoped the dismemberment of the Ottoman Empire would at last permit them a state of their own the nineteen twenty treaty of several promised one in fact however western powers decided they cared less about this than they did about keeping the new Turkish Republic on board and the fledgling Kurdistan was quiet were encouraged by the West when there was a government in Baghdad that the West found disagreeable and ignored when there was an Iraqi rule of the West felt it could deal with in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s the west shrugged as Saddam Hussein waged a campaign of genocide against the Kurds including the use of chemical weapons in the early nineteen nineties following Gulf War One the Kurds were enjoined by President George H W Bush to rise against Saddam when they did a little help was forthcoming and the West continued to arm Turkey as it's brutal war with the PKK continued and when the United States removed Saddam in two thousand three Iraq's Kurds who had eventually being protected to some extent by a US imposed no-fly zone were the section of Iraq who did as it was hoped all Iraq would do embraced the opportunity and built a more or less functional and Western Friendly Society and there is indeed an argument that the West has no better friends or more reliable allies in the entire Middle East than the stateless Kurds as regards wine trump has done this varies the eternal Tara Khel response why does trump do anything assorted conspiracy theories are in play pertaining to trump's property interests in Istanbul his eternal Royat please Russian President Vladimir Putin for some reason and so forth but there is a simpler and likely explanation trump is now firmly in reelection mode he probably understands that he's best chance of getting a second term is to go to the people buoyed by a healthy economy and unburdened by American military involvement in countries his base couldn't point to on a map. It's hard luck for the Kurds of course but then it usually his

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"turku" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"turku" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Just is not with the. Thank you. Wow. What a great season it's been for our Boston Bruins. And we have the opportunity to do that with Brad Marchand. And we got to know him a little bit more intimately because it was a thirty five person events, where we had a QNA with him it was actually for citizens Bank. And he really opened up. He's a very cool guy. He's a big family guy, very connected to his kids and his wife. And, and also the outdoors. So take a listen to Brad Marchand. Oh my God. Are you not having the best season of your career? No, I'm benefiting from Burgi and pass avenue. The best cares. Yeah. We're, we're having fun right now. You know, we're, we're, we're winning a lot. So that's all the matters. So this is how you look in the days off or. I wasn't sure you always look good. Sweatpants. Well, we're happy that you dressed up for us. Shower too. So is there a specific routine like, you know, you've got your day off so you start now planning for what you need in your system night's game, actually, I kinda got into retain over the years, I did change. But I like to have fish or four game. So I try to keep it light. And then. Have a beer. Trickett by the way, you want to be the game that I can't I lied. Appreciate otherwise. I'd be on the floor right now. So good protein from the fish. Veggies. Sweet potatoes the routine mostly what I find easy to cook. You're not the biggest guy in the NHL Lord knows. Smallest either Turku smaller than me, right? Some of your favorite restaurant over the north end. So I tend to stick close to home. Just go ahead, say it Monica's. That's a good one. Obviously I spent that time at aria and Nico data great stuff lobster dish that just kind of fell in love with over the years. A lot of guys go to ocean prime kinda head over there alive the game stuff like that. What would you have been doing had? You not race. Boston with being a superb hockey player. Thank you, very sweet. Not really. You just go to. I always grew up my family's real estate. So I love a love kind of that business, but always saw I would probably be doing that. But I was at a big interest in, in being a police officer as well Mountie. Yeah. Actually. Oh, that'd be so coaches Mountie asked me one time when I was twelve or thirteen what I wanted to do. And if I didn't play off police officers, Jeff hobbies off the ice being kind of the mountain biking spin a nature. Aside the traffic in the buildings and everything when when you're in the woods and up in the mountains. I like to go to a place in Colorado, that I like to get out to see things that you would never ever see here. You know, so on a mountain lion last year to see that is, is incredible things like that. It's just to get away from the crazy life of being in the big city and, and settling down a bit. Once again Brad Marchand. Everybody your Boston Bruin. So we think about these guys as the extrordinary athletes that they are. But sometimes we forget their, their normal people, you know, they're normal people with, you know, families and favorites and guilty.

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"turku" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"turku" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"I wish that my memory didn't work this way. But I think it's a coach's memory is. I remember all the negative stuff and only very little of of the positive stuff. And so what I remember there is we were up game one. We had made major comebacks in. Both of those games on the road against Cleveland. Like we were down twenty in the first half of both of those games and had come back. And so we're up to on the shot. Lebron makes and and this doesn't happen. All the time. We actually had prepared for the play. They ran really and talked about it in the huddle. Like we had an idea on the late. So what Mike Brown used to like to do on that play? They would go to pin down for LeBrun, and he would start up hard and then try to back cut to the rim innate through the lob. They had gotten that on Indiana earlier in the year. I mean that was the play in a low clock situation. So we were locked in Turku was locked in on the play. We had talked about it. He he did such a good job of taking away the layup in LeBron had to come up. So he tried to get the back door. Couldn't get it comes up. You're right. He does. He does try. I'm watching tries to get right into his. Yes. Well, we knew exactly what was coming. And then he came up and ends up the three to beat us. And so I remember everything about the play what we should've done in a low clock situation as we should have been tracking LeBron with the guy on the inbound or knowing that Turkoglu was going to do his job and take away the lob. So we weren't gonna we didn't need great pressure on the ball and been there to make the pass to LeBron tough. We didn't. Do that. And what bothered me about it is we had a chance to go up to that could have been a play that ended up costing us the series and a coaching decision. And that's how I felt about it right afterwards that I just pissed away the best opportunity we were going to have to go to the NBA finals. Now at ended up that what we pissed away was a chance to sweep that series because we played really well the rest of the series. But it's funny. I in a series that we won that play sticks. With me. I can't name you anything else specifically on a play that happened in that series. And I remember that. What's the locker room? Like after that. Did you say something do need to say something did you fly out of Cleveland back to Orlando that night and just let everyone she'll on the planet. What do you do in a moment? Like that. We did look for me. I it's tough. I just made sure everybody knew that are execution down the stretch both often simply to take the lead and defensively on that play was exactly what we'd set up. I told them what we should done and would do in that kind of situation again in that it was in that it was my mistake, and we moved on. And so I was sort of. Not sort of. I I was really down after that. You know, you go up to oh. On the road. I mean, it's going to be tough to beat you. And we had played well against Cleveland for the two years that I had been in Orlando up to that time anyway. But you know, what our guys players are a lot better bouncing back, then coaches anyway, in my opinion, and our guys what they took from that series is were just better than this team. They needed a miracle shot to get one game at home against us. We're better than they are. And they went with great confidence into game three and then game four. So my perspective was not their perspective. Thankfully that statistically is one of LeBron's two or three best series over thir- thirty eight nine and nine. I think you know, he was fabulous. But. You know, part of that was our plan. So blame it on me. But all the times that I had coached against LeBron particularly at that point in his career. We always chose to try to make him score the ball rather than pass it, you know..

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"turku" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"turku" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Law enforcement remains on alert as the twentieth anniversary of Columbine approaches in just a few days. We'll hear from the Jefferson County sheriff live right after traffic and weather together. John Morrissey up in the jet copter. It's a sluggish drivers. Warning. That's the best word for not a lot of accidents on the highways this forty there was one eighty five and one hundred thirty six up the Henderson Brighton area. We've still got the closure of southbound Wadsworth the crest line last time. I was over the gateway checkup traffic wasn't too bad through there. You could detour through the shopping strip mall to get around that that was a really bad accent. They're investigating up of what you're gonna find a lot more traffic than yesterday with everybody back at school and slowdowns initials bought that westbound, I seventy six drive is heavy through commerce city right around federal heading up toward Sheridan. It's pretty busy to seventy up in. Both. Rex is a crash out the old Stapleton airport area the stable today at the central park at Northfield and you're driving. I seventy through there's pretty. Zi. Dow down you're pretty heavy on I twenty five both directions. All the roads and streets around downtown a pretty loaded up. Now, Santa Fe's pretty heavy as you come up nor the Littleton best Inglewood. I twenty five drive in sixth avenue, twenty-five C, four seventy tech center drive all pretty heavy traffic right now, but not a lot of problems. Anyway, this report is sponsored by rich turf. Have the best law of the block this year? Colorado organic base rich turf Ritz Turku built a healthy strong root system at El de LA saves water Ritz on it's the power of organic visit rich raw dot com. For more information next update, seven thirty KOA NewsRadio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. Hey, good morning. It's going to be windy at times today. That's really the big weather story for today. Norling wind twenty five miles per hour. Gusts of thirty five.

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"turku" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"turku" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To your Thursday morning. Eighteen th day of April. KOA NewsRadio time is straight up seven o'clock able and Marta here. Our top story. Today's the day. The Muller report gets its release that leads our news next versa. Traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the tens. He's having KOA jet copter. Good morning. John Morsi Ray starting good morning. I twenty five pretty heavy drive on I twenty five typical slowdowns. Southbound I twenty five heavy approaching eighty four southbound I twenty five slow at high seventy six twenty five flow getting into downtown northbound I twenty five also pretty heavy coming out of the tech center, and that drive up into downtown starts slow at Santa Fe. We've got a lights out at hamden and Monica sounds like we've got a crash down right near there. Amt at tamarack hamden is real problems and southbound Wadsworth closed at crest line investigate a really bad crash overnight door belt, what were zovut last number over the gateway checkup travel pretty light through there. If you're headed southbound on Wadsworth no need to take Kipling. You can. Get down to the closure. Go west just a little bit into the parking lot of that supermarket and then go right down to the end of the parking lot back onto Wadsworth your dry this morning up on the north side. New problems up in the heavens said Brighton area at crash northbound eighty five at highway seven hundred sixty they cleared that now doorbell eighty five at one hundred thirty six delays in the commerce city area because of a crash at sixty that Vasquez this morning and still got delays through the gap project. Northbound I twenty five crash after monument is going down trying to get up to large. This report is sponsored by Richland Turku. Can you keep a secret an application now of Colorado made organic base Richland Turford, we'll.

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Grandma's Influence is Good for Grandkids

60-Second Science

02:30 min | 2 years ago

Grandma's Influence is Good for Grandkids

"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin all living with your parents has its benefits at least when it comes to raising your kids their grandkids because two new studies and to the evidence that grandmothers can enhance the survival of grandchildren that is unless grandma's too old or lives too far away the results appear in the journal current biology, humans are unusual in that the females live long past the age at which they stop having babies. We don't really see that in nature. Most of the organisms will reproduce up to their very last moment. Patrick version, professor of biology at bishop's university in Quebec this increase in post reproductive longevity is often explained by the so-called grandmother affect because family members shared their genes. There could still be a benefit for postmenopausal woman to increase their genetic footprint by helping their daughters to rear larger families to explore. The grandmother affect hypothesis version. Colleagues examined nearly two hundred years worth of French Canadian population records from the seventeenth eighteenth centuries. At the time life was tough in some years thirds of the kids were not even making it to one year of age. But the researchers found that having a grandmother still alive was a definite plus families grandmothers live were larger by about two and survival of these children to age fifteen was much improved. This beneficial effect was only seen when the matriarchs live nearby which suggests that grandmothers help by playing an active role in their grandchildren's lives. Unfortunately, that rolls tougher for them to fulfill as they get older, which brings us to the second study, researchers at the university of Turku Finland us records from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. They found that the benefits associated with having a grandmother on hand depended on her age once nanna hit seventy five the grandchild survival benefit disappeared hen Denham. In other words, it was grandchildren's have no living. Grandmother a toll that it was to live with an old one or one who was in poor health. Simon Chapman a doctoral student biology. This was almost certainly due to some form of indirect resource competition though, rather than wickedness on the parts of resident grandma's so healthy grandma helps make for a healthy grandchild. If over the river through the woods to grandmother's house isn't too long trip. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans, sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin.

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"turku" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"turku" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Thanks for staying with us here. Whereas some people have problems with their sweet tooth it. Seems that according to what I've heard, and it seems like President Trump has often issues with his tweet tooth, I. But I don't know about that. Okay. All right moving right along we're not going to get political. But we're getting we're talking about health and oral health having to do with natural alternatives to medications and also preventive health in that area of the body. Nathan Jones is my guest and Nathan before the show before the break or other. We were talking about oral health and using the xylitol and preventing cavities and period Donald disease in the like, let's shift gears and talk about another area, the body, upper sinus health or upper respiratory health. And talk about how it can improve our sinus health as well. Well, yeah, I'm here. Okay. Okay. So how can how can xylitol which you've studied extensively? How can that improve ours a sinus health as well as our oral health that we talked about before the break. Well, the way let me so the way that I got into this company and the way I started this come here is because my dad is a family physician. He's retired. Now, he's eighty something years old. I I probably shouldn't have said that he's probably going to get mad at me that I'm telling people, you know, I've met your father, and I did not know he was that old doctor Longines, I did not I thought he was many still in his seventies. But yeah, it's it's been about ten years since I saw him. So or eight years, I guess so well he's in good shape, which point he well. Well, no, I thought he was in his sixties back. Then I thought he was in the seventies now. But anyway, go ahead. No, he he's actually a very robust eighty something years old. And I won't I won't go any further and say how many in the eighties. But so the way that I got involved in this is because my dad is a he's a family physician, and he was working in west, Texas. And and this is those back to the nineties, and he was looking for something to prevent Erin sections in children. And so what he started noticing as he went uneven researching all of this. This study's is as he would go on to PubMed any we'd query. Preventing infections. What kept coming up. There's all these dental research studies, and he's standing through these dental research studies saying why are these responding when I'm carrying about ear infections? And what it was was is that in all these studies that have been done for forty plus years in the dental field in all the data that they collected one of the things that really stood out was the kids that were using xylitol gum. Not only were they not getting Kelly. They were getting forty two percent fewer ear infections. Oh, that's interesting. And and that's what my dad said. He said why are these kids getting forty two percent pure ear infections just by chewing gum lasagna tall? And so he when he looked around for a couple of for, you know, for more research on it, and he came up with a study that was done by on manual Hari in a car at the university of Turku Finland and they noticed the same thing. And they want to find out why? And what they found is volatile binds up on the strip new mole the H glue. The cat in the common pathogens that live in your upper airway binds up on him. So they can in here if they can't adhere to your tissue your body's just gonna wash him away. They're going to get flushed out. They're going to go up. You know, get washing your gut, and they're gonna, you know, nine you're not gonna get sick. But he had instance way too young to chew gum, and he was trying to find a way to you know, how do you use it? So he used it. And he went and bought some ocean saline sprays persons our tall into it. And then he started washing out these kids knows every time. They changed their diaper and the kids stop getting the kids at he started using it on there was a ninety two percent decrease in here. In fact, my goodness. And that's a that's a huge amount. So he started using it on adults with sinus infections because really it's the same 'Bacterial the same bugs same results. And so what's happening is. You're just washing out these bacteria all of these things starting your upper airway, and what what clear xylitol nasal spray. Does it just washes it out? So what would it be preventative as well as curative for a remedy? I mean prophylaxis as well as a remedy. Ab absolutely appropriate access that clear the regular clear.

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"turku" Discussed on The Read

The Read

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"turku" Discussed on The Read

"A racist society where black men simply cannot react with their first instinct, if that first instinct is violence in less, of course, your being. A black woman, and whatever you want to. But if if the person who is victimizing you is a white man, you better be careful nigger because that'll be the last thing you do in this town. I just don't understand how ya'll didn't see this story about Terry crews automatically be like like, I feel like black men should arrived. Around Terry crews the way black women rallied around the Sandra bland story. It should have been like it should have been like a million man March kind of response, relaxing, many many mmediately looked at that. As soft of Terry crews, not beating him up and for pro ching. It the way that he did you know, what I'm saying like telling the story of of being assaulted, and how that affected him in living with all that stuff. I think that it was perceived as a soft which men equate to being week, which is like the worst thing that a nigger could save you are like the worst thing wipers yards bone. Well, why people hate pro? I mean true. But I just okay. I don't I'm just, you know. Yeah, I get it. Like, I don't really expect better. But it should have been better Turku deserved better than that. From his brothers end. Didn't get it. No shock there. So. Twenty-one savage is not from here. The apparently is. Originally from the guy I just recently discovered. This did many other people including his fans, so he's recently arrested in detained by is. Yeah. That's that. Is when I found out he wasn't American 'cause I could say what he was just naked from Atlanta, everybody thought he was on six, right? Exactly that also. I still haven't even found like when he moved here. How any of that was twelve or thirteen when he came? It's two thousand five and I forgot the twenty one savage leg legit was twenty one. When. Right. He's like twenty five or twenty six now. So that heads up like that. But it's me a while to remember who he was I had to think I was like I will not go to him will not a no that I've heard this name where do I know him from Burroughs talked about liking the smell. Yes. And then I remembered me you talked about the fact that she got him a leg drink water and eat green things, and he's the one who said is a knife about that tattoo and had you saying ISSA is everything from like two years. And that's what I got. But yeah, being being detained by ice is not the funny about that. That is some serious shit. I was immediately freaked out when I saw like I again, it was another come up for air moment on the internet. And I was like what like I already felt like the fucking headlines at that point were just out of control. I don't know my nigga, I know that bad for it's been every day. They've been really bad that one was like, okay. This is a joke right ice for my. Yeah. Like, I was like confused ice on the I don't think whatever. So I just read the he's like waiting to hear what how they're gonna move forward. I rightly he's like on a twenty three hour lockdown all of this shit, and he could be getting deported soon. Now, lots of people were joking about it. I guess because to them it is just Twenty-one savage, and it's a knife, and blah, blah, blah. But like, even if you don't care about this, wrapping ass Negga, even if you don't know about all of the good that he's been doing like within his community in Atlanta. If you don't know that he was I think on balance or something recently rapping about immigration rapping about water..

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"turku" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"turku" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Coming up with the mid week these for the morning show on Wednesday eight oh, five we're going to have the local guy that did something awesome. Steve sheppard. Former kick boxing national champion takes out a mugger. And what the president said about the big address on the border. I'll starts at five thirty right here. He's talk eight fifty WFL. Seven now. And then you have the opportunity to tap into the last living connection that I have to New York City with the exception of family members, that's my friend. Sid Rosenberg of course now. Sid and Bernie on WABC added opportunity to speak with them this morning. And when I read the story about the New York Knicks center who cantor who says he can't travel because of Erta one. I I had a call said right away. Sit how you doing. I'm doing great. You're not good. You will great as always with me. Twenty this morning talking about the big address coming from the. Tonight. You will great. With me and Bernie always play with me. I mean, part of the reason why this job up in New York and able to talk about things like Edith. Donald Trump was my experiences with you. It south Florida. I love you. I love you too. But what what is this about? I mean, I've done a little background checking apparently he's had problems with Erta one. Or so he believes when he was in Indonesia, they showed up looking for him is is this a realistic a fear of his? It about three years. He he did once the Hitler of our century credible wounded, take mania toys, no doubt, by the way. Cantor wake. But he's facing years in prison. Apprehended by Turkish officials. I mean, look two years ago two thousand seventeen in an attempt to really scale cancer, the Knicks and make his life miserable. Fodder. Turkish people. We know what they did her kashogi, right? The Joe is not that long ago. So the certainly capable of killing somebody. So we went on the surface. It sounds kinda silly NBA star do another Turkish, man. April sixteen years, say Kanter was queasy. It's a smear campaign. We met about the journalists. Shelby and many others is like that. I do believe. Which and Turk Turku works for now, doesn't he? It's like a. Maintain. Sticks. So yeah, he he's got some positions. It's in its best interest to say nice things about him. And we know that on the other hand here he likes his although some more teacher who's against one show. Political differences between Tokyo and cancer director does not like older one very very clear. Listen. Joyce reason why he's not going is because you can't travel visa issue. Knickebocker said the same thing. A US issued a travel document that does say he's a wild to travel to London next Friday for the game against the Washington. Wizards. And the Knicks state, listen, this is not about fear of of ones. He can't travel again on his Twitter feed of picture of a document that says he. If you wanted to next potty. Well, listen, I if I were him I wouldn't go anywhere near there. Because I think he's right. I think he's right earned a one is a is is the worst. You know? I it look it ask the Russian so were killed in Great Britain. If a leader can attack you on foreign soil, of course, they can. I mean, especially when the running. Directory.

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"turku" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"turku" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"I ain't never seen them previous day choice to the have. I there they've got one football team in the state. It's not like they can like switch allegiances. Or can they I'm saying they weren't that Allegiant to begin with? Okay. You lot more leisure when you team. Sorry. No, more Alesina word. As a minute that works in this context. It should be. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Anyway. Yeah. I just don't want as as don't wanna be in city if that's gonna happen. It's going to be real tense. It's gonna be lend is going to be a thing. You gotta wanna posit. We don't. Go field. Go field miserable. Be for falcons fans. Glad of not one of those. But can you imagine how miserable? It'd be them. If the saints wins through bowling next day. Especially about how after how things ended before. And you have to understand. The only thing in that rivalry that the saints really have that they can hold over the falcons is there one Dan Super Bowl. That's it. That's only got one Super Bowl. Otherwise, they same teams, basically. And so if they got another one and is at your crib? I'm telling you man, you don't wanna put them Atlanta streets at today. Gay people going to be talking. No. Oh, no, no, no can't head. So Cody parkey made it hard for me to keep the saints. I the Super Bowl then I got beef with him. Otherwise sorry about that. Hey, guys. I don't know you have seen this story about and his canter. And I mean, if you're generally familiar with story than his canter, and his canter, basically has become persona non grata in his country of Turkey because he and his he and his political views have run afoul of the president of Turkey. Yeah. It's like that, you know. Anyway, we just had a reasonably where the Knicks gonna go play a game in London and Kanter is not traveling for their game because the honestly fears for his life. I says he fears the Turkish spies in London would be able to kill him while he was there like stakes is high. And so he is not going to the game. Now, of course government doesn't want anybody. You know, filling this way talking about them in this way. So they decided to put out a statement to say that the reason that cantor cannot. Travel because he has issues with his visa, so he can't go to UK not because he's frayed people going kill them. But just because his passport ain't right? And they accused cantor of just trying to launch a smear campaign against the Turkish government. The thing is the person who released the statement is hito Turku. Gave you remember him? Right. Oh, do I was a kings fan there for a minute growing up in the north bay area. Just making sure I can't I can't so. Yeah. Loop late in the NBA and Turkey lose. Now. The guy who makes these the head of the Turkish basketball federation. And now he comes at in his canter with this in Kanter makes the point that Turku releases a statement in English German and Turkish and he's like he doesn't even speak German. Basically is what he says. So he didn't said this about glue. He says they're probably making him do it. He's kind of like his puppy dog. Lapdog is better. You probably got so much money for that. Yo I have largely not talked that much about Kanter story because I don't fully know the terrain..

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"turku" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"turku" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"I wouldn't have guessed that now. But for player hito turkogle chief advisor to the president of Turkey says eight has kanter's fear of being killed in London is quote, another example of the political smear campaign. It's not like you. Man. Listen, that's a guy who's gonna be alive for quite some time. He oh Tarlo. He he quoted that the hoops, I quoted this, and they said, let's vote dot dot dot, then they. They started a thread with a poll pick one side team Kanter team Turku. What are you talking? Oh, boy, fifty fifty. It was basically like the effect Kanter should be murdered in London. Or do you think this is all propaganda? That's what I'm asking pick aside. I man to to looking great out here. The pick sexy throw was quite with ours. Passive all time up until he threw the other interception, which was for sure the worst, passive all time names an arm plant get right? I feel like he's got one more terrible. Throwing may just doesn't look come to. What I what I don't understand. No he doesn't in helmet directly to dick. That'll do it. But. What I don't understand is Alabama's Ben moving the ball. Just not putting points on the board. You know that it's some point they'll need to do the ladder. Yeah. I don't see club's getting less points throughout the court. Like, they feel like they're going to have at least this many points. I don't see them going backwards and points at any at any point during this game. I think a good bit of and I hate to say good Lord Damon Harris, I think he's Alabama's third best running bit. And I feel he's getting not third biz runningback touches. Yeah. Arazi? Here's good. Josh jacobs. Terrifies me he does and Dame's fine. But this is James manship, man. I need more than fine. The worst. I of all time did not work. Yeah. Very good. But like Alfie like either like both events of lines. I would say playing very well. But both secondaries Guida been just trash pretty much. Yes. I don't know. The Clintons got two picks. So I can't say I can't say completely trade. They do. But they they were like jumping route, sir. Do of course, you get credit for the reception, but it's not like above and beyond to get them. You know what I mean? Like the first one he I mean, he read it perfectly, but he stood to make the jump catch and run. All all fair points. But like the second one was pretty much the full as interception where he just through to the bears for reasons. I don't understand yesterday. It was and he knew what he was doing. Maybe. I'm not going to be the person that starts questioning Nick foles. That's what I'm not about to be. This is tearful. Like there is the biggest of the season and clemson's not playing. Oh, yeah. You think bounds down to fifteen? I miss. I know they were down in that Georgia game. I just want to by how much Ono should we wouldn't fifteen fourteen I knows to scores. And and they're missing a whole light first round defensive land prospered. He's laying they just replaced with another first round women's even in there. One of those guys can be like third the gather replaces him gonna be third rounder. That's where yell off the chart. Yeah. Yeah. Now, Clemson is for share the one team in the country. Who's just like, yeah, we play album every we're not afraid of them. Also, this is Trevor Lawrence's cooking not a running quarterback may be savings done gained out. He just keeps right on the throat really far down the field play. What is to door? Are you a head of may? I dunno Monday. The probably it's either head by I have eleven three left in the third quota. Let me see 'cause he had pauses. I'm sure on the time what a drop..

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"turku" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"turku" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Sense of urgency on this one place and desperate hockey down trailing by two goals hurdle and point to the left of Jones. And it's one of the sharks burns clears. Last loves you'll put it on a tee for Victor had been lady ski right to left in the third heaven wheels to center ice drops it for us. Go over to get in it's own and now to center ice kucherov across blood stamkos. What point center point headman the point? Stamkos right circle Andrei plot. Right. Turku drop in front point shoot. Save made by Jones rebound cleared by burns. Don't be waiting for the ice. Good setup for point Jones. The stop. Edmund stamkos at center deflects it in burns rip it out and you will the neutral zone. Kucherov quick up the middle plot. One seventeen left in the penalty factor. Kucherov dances across the blue line, right point, braided point, right circle. Kucherov. Plot feet in front shop the wide. Let me was covered rebound. Stamkos left corner. Processed food drive, right circle. Travis checked noca- Carlson steel and a clear down. The goes good row. Pursues us. He comes out to top it away to headman fifty four seconds left in the penalty, yellow debris point up the left wing to the red line. Now. Sweeps. It crossed Torelli right wing cross as for stamp goes or Carlson as I before his own charts doing a very solid job in his penalty. Kill heaven is pressured by Maier goes back by his own that thirty four seconds left in the penalty. There's Tyler Johnson off the bench marching the center. Drops it for Certa Javan now. Yanni gorge dangerous passback research adds to away my Sorenson. It goes out of play twenty four seconds left in what has been a pretty quiet lighting powerplay, so far they trail four to ten thirty seven hundred eighty. Yeah. Their best chance has come from. Brayden point and Kita kucherov.

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"turku" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"turku" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Are you where are you? Are you in this is us episode to? No, I think I'm one or just one episode behind plus last night. Okay. I'm not far off gang. Everybody. Just pump the brakes. All right, one more thing, the Toby and Kate thing. Yeah. I don't think it's that interesting Turku Cup. Killed Toby off like. Why did we come back? We're going to have some things that made us go. Guess what J lo does every night before bed as revealed by her Bo Alex Rodriguez on shark tank? We'll see if you can figure it out until you're next on the down in Steve show on mytalk one zero seven one everything entertainment mytalk one zero seven one everything. Oh god. Entertainment. Leading ten years of Jason and Alexis show. This is Jason and Alexis flashback promo Jason and Alexis have the inside scoop on everything comes on three. And this is what keeps you in the middle of the screen. Baby. Which brings the party to a screeching halt. And then we all of course, looked at Alexis first, and then looked at the screen, and yes, in fact, least they're on had cinnabon on Jason and Alexis weekday afternoons from one to three on mytalk one zero seven one a little gossip a lot of laughs. Hey, what's up friends is Steve for.

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