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"uncle jerry" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

03:33 min | Last month

"uncle jerry" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"What is black give what gives way to blue means, and she says, Let's call Uncle Jerry. Control on Ask him things. Things will get better. So on that thing we're listening to. So she the pianos very heavy. There is a guitar playing acoustic in the background there. It's Chris DeGarmo, the former queen's red guitar. If you like queens, right? Did like Queens, right? I did very bad to really strong album. Operation, Mind Crimes and Empire an empire, right? Yeah, There were a few where we were. We were playing the hell out of them on Q. 96 FM. Another guaranteed six in a row played a lot of them, too, on the rock station in San Diego Empire Woman That city woman. Hmm. Can't really wasn't offered. Your mind for him was like a concept record, wasn't it? Yeah, I really liked it. I love that guy's voice. Jeff Tate. He's gone. Yeah. Uh, Dad just left just right. Actually, Honestly, I don't know who's left in that band. And are they even a band anymore? They're even called. Are they really well? Good for them. But they should put a little asterisk next to be like none of the guys, you know are in this. Ah. Anyway, there is Lily Cornell Silver, who is Chris Cornell's eldest daughter with I don't have his first wife for what? But they were married. Had a little girl, and now she's singing songs. Um what if I get plenty of time? Britney Spears. This is not a new song. However, it's previously unreleased. I guess it was supposed to be On her 2016 album, Glory. And I went so long and never heard from Britney Spears. We have played this great. It was released on her 39th birthday, I think is today or actual birthday. I think it was just less even yesterday, right? 13 Britney Spears, who was a child. When we got here she was 17 was having her first hit. Now she's 39 December 2nd yesterday. Oh, boy. His kids. Enjoy it. While you're young. You're only young for like this little tight. You think that's all there is. This is all you know. Young for this long and then you're old for this long and then you're really old for this long Her story is going to be if it ever gets told in full. It'll be really interesting. Just in the sense that she's someone who came up and came out so strong clearly suffers from mental illness has two kids that don't even live with her. Her dad controls all her money. Like it's a really She's a wreck like it's interesting. It just I'd be well. She's a wreck, but also You know, generates hundreds of millions of dollars. Yep, So she's got a song. It's alcohol. It knew because it's new to us. It's called swimming in the stars, and it was released for her birthday or 39th birthday. Here is what it sounds. Well, All right, e got some look, I know she doesn't want it, And she's not asking where I had some career advice. Find those guys that produce those first two records. Let's go. Let's get them to make some more songs for you because Damn, where those great albums Love me some Britney Spears fine..

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"uncle jerry" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"uncle jerry" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"There as well. And the Staten Island Expressway eastbound getting out toward Richmond Avenue. That's a collision metal works out bound by him said Turnpike Assault vehicle Just being clear partly cloudy today high of 39 You now know where not to go. I'm Debbie. Do him with Joe Piscopo am night 70 the answer. Hey, Debbie. Thanks So much for this washer. I'll be something on my being An appliance going out? Yeah, she's doing her kitchen I got I got discovered. Got just covered like that Didn't nice refrigerator. Hey, I joined the race already. We're getting silly. It's too early to get silly. Come on, 6. 20 tree in the morning on my uncle Jerry was taken. There was a 312312 tree went to dream. Love. Rest arrested piece, Uncle Jerry, we miss you. Can I say about Trinity House? I love Trinity. As you know, I was watching as assume There's a zoom thing for my friend Vic ritual. It was a deer buddy of mine, and he actually brought victory Tatas to us. Duggan Gary in the great team at Trinity Us. I'll tell you about it, but I watched. I congratulate because they named the whole Conference center Huge conference center. The victim ritual conference center right there at Trinity House and I watched and I joined a zoom meeting. And you know, between you and me. I don't I'm not assume guy. I'm just telling him knows why the one more resumed yesterday with the station and you got to do it. I understand it, but I'm not good Zoom guy for 10 minutes and we did 10 minutes yesterday, but I sat there with Vic and I watch this beautiful but it was great and it was quick but it was great. And we congratulate Mr Ritual and alternate thoughts were doing a great job that they are doing. You know, they have an important message to take care of yourself A train itas. They tell me to tell you not to put off needed health care. I know you're worried about it because people say I'm afraid to go to the hospital now with the spike of the Corona virus, right? This one buyers everywhere, you know, Just put your put your Fears at ease. I'll tell you why I treated thousands doing so many things to make sure you're safe while you get the health care you need. They do.

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"uncle jerry" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:40 min | 2 months ago

"uncle jerry" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Watches the ships. That you see a 10 on 7 20 wg and night football here with you filling in for John Records. Land Decker. I'm here until 10 o'clock. We're waiting for Joe Biden to take the stage. There's ah camera feed that's been poised on the stage all night long Here is we're waiting and wondering if he's going to take it. They started messing with things. So maybe that's upcoming. If that does, we will break in right away and bring that audience to you live but joining us on the phone right now. Is Dr Elegy. Alexander Solomon. She's a psychologist. She's a staff therapist at Northwestern University. Hey, Alexander, how are you? I'm doing Okay. How are you doing? I'm good. Thank you so much for being with us. We wanted to talk to you a little bit, because as we're all sitting here tense about everything that's going on in the world on with this election and wondering what's next. We also have the holidays coming up and for AA. For a lot of people. There's there's kind of divisions within families on which candidate they liked and they supported and where they direction. They think America goes because of this or that. And it's a tough time of year. Now we've got cove it, throw it in there something everybody's gotten out. If there's somebody there really don't want to see. But how should we go about handling? You know whether it's in the next few days or the next month? At some point, this election is going to be decided. I think the one thing we can say for sure is the country is very divided. There was no landslide here. No matter what comes out. We have, you know a real division in the country and when it comes to family, and when it comes to friends. Sometimes it's very tough for people the handle. So how should we go about the best way of dealing with you know our candidate winning or losing and what that means for our other friends and family who maybe don't agree with us politically. That's right. You know, I do think that we are. We are. There's no more no messing around here. We are incredibly divided the country. I think that those divisions you know, it's not happening in every family. But certainly I will say I'm thinking, especially about white family where when we look at the white vote, the way that has fallen out around the collection from thinking, especially around white families gather your Thanksgiving and the likelihood there are Division needed essentially divisions between generations where the older generation of skewing more conservative and more in favor of Trump in the younger generation is skewing more progressive. And I think these are really challenging conversation to have and I would suggest that no matter which way this election goes, I would not gloating right. There's no reason right now to add Fuel to the flames by gloating. You know if your candidate is the one who who is the winner? There's no need for that. I think it is the time where we can try to model from healing. Healing starts with empathy. So can we find a way to say to a relative who didn't vote the way we did like I can understand that you're disappointed. It doesn't mean that's not saying, you know, I'm sorry for you. It doesn't mean it should be the biggest acknowledging like this must be difficult for you. I think we can all offer. But the across this division certainly And that's that's the key. Right is whoever is the happier person at the table needs to try to reach out and right needs to not bask in that too much. They could do that privately, but but when they're with the family, they need to realize we were family before this. We're gonna be family after this, and let's not make this any worse on each other. Right. And I think there could be it. Maybe because because of the way in which the election results in the holiday are so back to back. It may be that a family makes a decision like listen, we know their conversation that we need to have, but right now we're feeling too raw in the one For those whose candidate loses that. Maybe they say the family like Listen, I'm just not ready to talk about this. Yeah, And I think to at least name it say I just I'm not in a place where I'm going to do very well in this conversation really can be helpful. Just kind of put a boundary around, at least for the time being while we're moving, You know whoever. I have acute loses. There will be grief right there. The in Greece has all kinds of facets to it. There could be anger. There could be hopelessness. They're convicts fusion. And so while those feelings of grief are really tender, it may be OK to just kind of put a little moratorium on that conversation, at least for now, But I also do think that families need to start practicing How tohave Conversations about politics. You know, many of us grew up with this mentality that you don't talk about politics, and I think that may be part of the problem here is that we are. We don't have the tools. We need to talk across different well, And is there ever a time that we should say to ourselves, especially if you're the one who's going to be upset about things. I know that this is not going to be a good place for me because Uncle Jerry's going to start in on this and you know, While we might say, let's not talk about this, he's going to laugh and start talking about this. You know, it's tough because it's family. But is there ever a time you say Listen for my own health? I'm just opting out this year. Absolutely, I'm thinking, especially if Uncle Jerry is a man who's enjoyed quite a bit of privileged in his life, right. If he is, I think, you know, one of the population that is really struggling, are tend to be older, white man who have been used to the world in one way and a lot of pushback right now about race, gender and The way things have been in the way things are moving from thinking of there. The younger person in the family who you know occupies the marginalized identity, for example, somebody was clear or somebody who is a person of color in the family system. It's really important. I think a lot of us who are therapists are talking to our clients who are More marginalized identities and sort of recommending that there is a need for self care and some pencil care means saying I love my family, and I know that I need some space because I'm just Really feeling pretty vulnerable. We're speaking with Dr Alexandra Solomon. She's the staff therapist over it the over at Northwestern University, and she's written books. She's written columns, all sorts of stuff..

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"uncle jerry" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

07:56 min | 4 months ago

"uncle jerry" Discussed on No Jumper

"Today we're here with Robin Her son from the millions documentary. This is crazy I can't believe were actually here when I was watching that documentary I did not think that there was a chance that would actually be having you guys on the podcast I can't believe I'm here man really awesome. I like feel like he jumped out of my phone what's your stories and stuff? Like the best thing, I could possibly here. Okay. So I guess I would kind of like to start before the documentary even happen like did you think did you expect that this was going to happen that at some point you're going to be able to tell your story and that the whole world would be paying attention I knew we were going to be indicted at some point, right? But as far as telling the whole world no, I didn't. I just thought they were to solve me in handcuffs and. Heard it from John Ashcroft off right and this but this is all the way back in two thousand and one when you got indicted right by John Ashcroft Bright. That's what I thought was GONNA be it. It must have just been like a crazy thing to have something that happened twenty years ago but then all of a sudden now the world knows your face. Yeah absolutely. Right. I didn't even think we were on the radar again, right so It was pretty crazy. Yeah, and then it's like 'cause the story like I've read a few articles about the story over the years but then to have it fully just put on display in such a such a high quality way for the world to I mean it's it's it's got to be a weird thing where you dealing with people realizing that you are involved with this whole story line for years prior to this like obviously this is it being blown open on a huge mainstream level but I imagine that over the years this has had to have affected your lives or were you getting to the point where nobody was talking about it because it's been so long? Well, we got to that point, but at the beginning. Of course, I lost family members to scoot away from the fence a little bit. Sorry about that. The fences, Kyla? Okay. Of course at the beginning, I lost family members you know. Money's good when money's not better but it gets in trouble right? You is family members so. Other than that No I did not expect this the come out again. What was what was the process of actually doing the documentary like for was, it just like a couple along sit down interviews. No actually, I was approached by Jeffrey Mesh? and. He hit me up on Messenger and asked me if I was the Robin Columba missed Maryja. Genaro. Columba. And of course I said, yes and then. I get a call from David clones a producer. And we talked for a while. And he says, would you like do a movie? So I said Yeah You so you didn't have any qualms about Putin, being a part of it from the beginning like now it because there's a few people involved in the particularly the other Jerry who wanted nothing to do with it and weren't willing to have their face on camera, which after seeing how this is all gone down you're like, oh, of course, he would make that decision makes sense because now everybody involved in this is famous and he seems like somebody who doesn't want to be famous when you look at it now or you kind of like damn maybe should have stayed in the shadows though. He's Pure. He's out. Call it all came out but I knew he would stay in the shadows, right? Yeah. He was one of the he was that type of guy. He was like a cloak and dagger Kinda Guy. Okay meet me over here and then not there now pick me up over here and. Kind of thing. But when you're a gangster, there's always a party that kind of wants everybody know how clever you are and what the big scheme you thought up was right Now. For some percentage of gangsters, there's a point where they. Want the world to know exactly what they've. Done to make all this money now. Because you don't WanNa, lose it right. But now that it's been gone for all these years and stuff. Sucks right. But do you think do you think of yourself as sort of abiding by that Kinda gangster mentality or has that just sort of dissipated into the back of your mind over the years? Because there is this code of silence that we're kind of prohibit you from doing a documentary if you are still actively about that life, right? I thought that. But when the feds when the feds hit me with it. When I did that code of Silence I'll get back to you. That's not how it works. Yeah. No. Not at all. They already know way more than you know and so then. When they were going to change my custody a level, and these guards go to take me away. I. Go wait wait what Hey We. Go. Talk to these. FBI. About sorry I don't know why we have this fence here. Certain seem like a crazy. Good. Just. Kind of iconic. Right it's offense. Defense for kids. I didn't think of it like. It can't. Right. But. So okay. so you decide to do your prior assumptions that you would never want to talk about criminal acts on camera. Those just sort of went away pretty quickly with the feds started talking to you. Oh yeah exactly. Once fed started talking to me I told him give me their card and I'd get back to them, and so they went to leave and all of a sudden 'cause I'm at work release. The lieutenant comes his career Colombo were, shackling you and you're going to prison underinvested gas. Wait wait what what? And he's a comedian I said Oh new I ran to the door. And kid to open the door and say, Hey, you come back here commitment. So they came back and I said, okay exactly. What are you know? Just to kill some time because I knew, they were going to take me a- So I killed about ten hours with them. So you didn't have anybody that you are worried about. Showing you because you talked to them. I'm no I was in the safest place you could be. In prison. But. It was already you could tell I didn't spill the beans right? I was indicted for it. You know if I had been the one. Philippines, then I would have been in the background. I wouldn't even been talking once they already know the whole San Yeah, they had a poster. Of uncle. Jerry in the middle and here I am connected to Uncle Jerry you know and then they had all these other little bubbles, right? Yeah exactly. Okay. Did you have any qualms about being involved with this whole thing or are you thinking anything bad could come from it i. mean I was really just a little kid at the time I. Know It's crazy. You're like an infant in the actual literal show I had no idea I was kinda sheltered. You know a lot of my life and I didn't understand why for a while but then I did understand because now all of this coming out right now I see why they kept me away from everybody it's weird because. It just seems like such a fun scam. It's not like you know like everybody can see why it was. So captivating. Yeah. I was a kid doing my paper route and you know stealing those that there's a lot of fraud going on general because me and my friends we were do the paper I would steal the McDonald's things and was we end up with a couple hundreds of those each. So I was like there's fraud going on and all different levels of the scam. We were the paper boys and we were cheating the system to I. Guess. There's more than you know Oh. Really. Oh Yeah..

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"uncle jerry" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

05:41 min | 5 months ago

"uncle jerry" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"Father to me for a time. Well Jordan. Regionally we went to church the other families. So we took him in we became foster parents were George and he grew up with our kids you know being in such a big family and being poor especially. Why would I not? On a move in with Dwight. Eight drove a BMW and. Successful or characteristics that I wanted. George we. See CD's relationship you had with Dwight. As kind of foster father to you he pulled you into this. With good intentions but still became a very complicated thing for. Both of your lives. Can you talk about what it's like to hear him tell his story in this series. Yeah I actually as it was difficult because really we. Only began to rekindle our our lifelong relationship when these guys came on the scene and Get Dwight. Bob Dwyer. Was Reluctant. Spate but. Honestly it was important to me and I and I I didn't use that. I don't think in a forceful way. I did let I know that. I thought it was important. For him to to talk these because by that time, we had spent a few days together and I had a sense that they were willing to put the story. Out there Yeah, it was hard. Because I know he's been through a lot. I wish he wouldn't put minute spotty. Put me on but at the same time. I didn't WanNA cause him any more pain I felt. I. Still Do feel bad for him because I know that. Deep down. He's a good person. He He. well meaning and. Just like he said, you know we all have a little larceny in our heart. You know and you put put somebody in the right financial circumstances or put them in the right the right frame of mind and we'll do anything and he did and he regrets that he's apologized to me I've no doubt he's sincere and and I love him. He's he's a good person, his whole family they're they're good people he made a mistake and I forgive him for that. Well you you raise a point about the the act of this film making you know helping you re connect with Dwight in some way. When we look at documentary films, it's like they're about a story, but then the act of making them becomes part of the story of Your Life. Absolutely like going to a funeral you know you see your deceased loved one there for the last time you have that. There's some closure and the process of making this film that that's A. Certain fact as it's Helped a lot of people involved people I. don't even know I'm sure be able to tie up some of those loose ends get some of that. Knowledge that exist they were never privy to and understand better what people were dealing with because when you sit there and watch it on camera I put. Things in totally different and and more enlightening perspective. James, Bryan new never had the chance to interview Uncle Jerry for this series. Can you talk about your attempts to or any interactions who had so because not everybody seeing the entire thing? We've kept that kind of murky but. It's It's a really different thing from all the aspects of everyone involved especially for him I mean. In a lot of senses is there is redemption all the way round when you look at everyone that was involved and. There's there's a lot of the sometimes good people just make bad decisions and sometimes you make a decision that you don't even realize can lead to something else. And then you look at McDonald's and the FBI and. There are positives and negatives on all sides of this, but for Jerry. Really not a lot of positives. He spun this entire thing. And You can look at it a lot of different ways and and you can say. Like, ok, he did he did commit a crime, he knowingly was doing something that was fraudulent. But he also was in a very right place right time sort of scenario and. There are a lot of people in the world if you're totally honest with yourself. You could think like. Okay, I definitely wouldn't do that but then there's a little twinge in your mind like maybe if I had like this exact scenario and I was thinking. Somebody's got to win any way McDonalds a multibillion dollar company. I'm not robbing someone at gunpoint or I don't murder someone. You can start to see where mental you could make those leaps and bounds to rationalize that. One of the things that constantly. Cross my mind if that, my life was in danger. I had no other option, but to take this process.

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"uncle jerry" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"uncle jerry" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Dr Sebastian Gorka and Michael and visit K. M. nine seventy the answer dot com nine seventy whether answer forecast a few sprinkles to start then clouds will give way to sunshine later today will be mild this afternoon with a high of sixty five partly cloudy tonight to forty five in mid town thirty five to forty in most northern and western suburbs in a cloud of tomorrow followed by some rain in the afternoon high fifty two then breezy and chilly tomorrow night with periods of rain though forty five Sunday will be cloudy with intermittent rain and drizzle high fifty four fifty eight AM nine seven eight the answer that's Joe Lombard right there at six fifty three as uncle Jerry would say one two three I'm not yet nine seven TVS hello family joke I'd so sorry Mike Lindell the inventor and CEO of my pillow once that give you some back for being such a dedicated listener day and night seventy the answer by the way I did that before I'm gonna tell you about my pillow and get a buy one get one free buy one get one free please on the Giza sheets mattress topper bed sheet every time I'm lying in bed I think of you as that may sound a little creepy but I do because I want to tell you how comfortable the better because I'm not a sleeper once you get the mattress topper the petty you gotta get a my pillow and now you can get the sheets buy one get one free and he's a sixty day money back guarantee you got nothing to lose Michael dot com used to promo go day and night seventy you can call eight hundred six five one oh seven nine eight this is the morning again your hang on hold please eight hundred six five one oh seven nine eight and put that promo code in eight and nine seventy buy one get one free and accuses sheets that mattress toppers that budget ten year warranty sixty day money back guarantee Mike Lindell has turned his factory around to make masks now for healthcare workers how about that he's such a great patriot so he took his Michaela plant which I've been to which is magnificent.

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"uncle jerry" Discussed on G&Q Review

G&Q Review

11:07 min | 11 months ago

"uncle jerry" Discussed on G&Q Review

"Mag Donald now Richard and Maurice McDonald. I mean. It was spelled the same way. I don't know it's I know I'm just saying in terms of history. I think the original surname like the Irish surname was McDonald so people. I may comes from McDonald for you. Know some out back to the roots. roots Should know this but anyway is there anything else stood out to you among these four episodes. Anything you're looking forward to besides seeing uncle Jerry. I'm looking forward to seeing uncle Jerry. I'm looking I think I'm looking forward to the WHO done it. How it was done moment. I don't know the big reveal. I mean as a criticism. I don't know if it needs to be six episodes. I'm thinking I'm thinking for maybe even three. I don't know I think you could have gotten rid rid of exit to get rid of the whole rest so far. Yeah they've definitely been entertaining. Have you been cinching them? No I did not bins them. I may have watched three within a day of each other but okay. That's one thing I was thinking of too. I know we were looking at. Imdb reviews and how many there were and it was astronomically lows like in the hundreds still. Yeah so okay. I I wonder if they're going to throw out. They have shown researchers so untimely time again that people binge their movies so maybe hd HBO will do a huge push on it. Once it's releases series could be interesting as a case study study that I see. I think it'll be good. I don't know I like it. I like the like the idea like the characters. I like reenactments. It's I'm trying to think. Do we WANNA watch any clips from it. The do have a sneak peek. A one-minute long episode five sneak peek on. Watch these but we could. I don't for the sake of the broadcast. Sure we can. We can watch it and Do a little thirty second commentary afterwards. Baby Alright so let me share my screen to you while you're setting up. Did you know that? Mcdonald's is the world's second largest private employer with one point seven million employees Holy Shit. Wow Wally World Walmart said I know but I mean you're upset that against it. Yeah a little bit incorrectly. So I had to correct you. I wonder if he falls upon their they got a lot. We know you. I'm I'm ready this way. I didn't have a clue that they were on. To this case nothing the initial stage was the indictment of the I ate. The rest were scheduled to cut down at the same time. I'm going to get my guy before anybody else. Maybe we immobilized quick. Look at the. Fbi was behind a fortress God. I'M GONNA ran this card. There's that gate in that cheech door open new. How close this was blowing up. That's why I don't watch those things era that didn't really show much didn't really show much didn't really give me that excited kind of lackluster the hallway through. But I'm sure it'll be a better episode than than was portrayed in that little clip there. Yeah well so. Who's this guy who's which guy here? I thought he could be uncle Jerry but he looks a little bit different right no he. Kind of looks like a more gentile. The gentle version of the one old dude. Who's selling drugs? Isn't this cycle. Jerry like look how similar they look. Well maybe not. I don't know if that's uncle Jerry. Maybe they want you to think Uncle Jerry. Where did even talk in this quick sneak peek? I will say do the widow seem. She seems odd some other level. I think she fell to drugs after him. Yeah she's a she's a basket case. She's a trail entertaining the money from Jerry ruling supposedly allegedly I duNno. I felt that she was definitely responsible for something. And it's I mean it's just a cop out answer like Oh yeah I just. None of those things mattered When my husband died because they're asking him about the robbery there like this happened after and I'm not I'm not saying I'm giving her a little bit of the benefit of the doubt as in the dudes a mobster. There's a lot that goes with that right. I mean you are you saying. She's being complicit like she knew about she wasn't responsible he's tied up in so much stuff. I'm sure if like let's say she was at the hospital the whole time and then the house got robbed. You'll be like Oh. Yeah that's just. The mob like rob in the house like to find any. If there's any you know they have to clear all the evidence. He had anything. Maybe he was bad at at Like keeping things clean in in maybe held onto things that he shouldn't have or which is not very you know his bar of dude with No I mean he's the mob so the fellow mobsters part part of the Colombo family right like you don't want anything to tide. Nothing can tie back to anything so rating someone's house who is an Xm Obsta who is huge me. Like that's pretty plausible as well. So they're not stealing his things. They're removing evidence connection through but a way to do that. So you're untraced is to make it look like a robbery. Well right yeah and you get this stuff so I'm just you know. Yeah I feel that. Obviously Jerry's family is going to say that she stole it and based on the state of her currently she was on kind of seems like she would be person to steal it. But you never know. Maybe we'll have the full reveal. That's right Yeah those really. Lame snake rate lame sneak. Ra well quit before we dive into the actual cheese or review anything to share in your life in my life. That was exciting in the past week. I finally put together this Goddamn nightstand. There you go bought. Did I tell you about this? I did not know well. I put my phone on the floor because I don't have a lot of furniture and I was like in target and I just bought God damn cheap nightstand and its assembly required. So you know you gotta put it together. You should've talked to me target firms. Sir I will never buy again. You'll get a kick out of this one and I. Luckily I think I had. The screwdriver already are really needed. Was like a standard screwdriver. I was putting it together and it was taken a while. There's so many screws and just bullshit. You gotta put together. And then I get to this point. I just can't get this shit together like it's always coming out crooked or the holes aren't lining up and I'm like what the hell is going on and took me after I dunno thirty five forty five minutes of trying this one step I like. I'm comparing my piece to like the piece in the instructions and the holes are on the wrong side. It's different from what the instructions are saying. I like triple check it. I'm like like doing all the land lining in the mob right orientation all right the holes have to be like one on top one bottom and like they're on the other side of the the piece of wood so there's no way. I can put this thing together. I couldn't put together so I had the contact. The the the furniture company or whatever and they shipped out a new piece in that piece had the right holes. Were in the right places. And why would you not returner that point too because it was it was on the step like nine out of a Lenin? And what am I gonNA just to target? If I if there wasn't a way to get the peace again then I may have returned it but I was like all right my first line of defense. I'M GONNA go talk to them. I need this piece like D. Two Oh five for this model and they shipped it out. Took like a little bit but God Damn Dude. Yeah that's I I had to address from target When I was in college and is the same I built it wrong. But it's like it was the same thing but it ended up still like fitting is just never like right. It wasn't like crooked. It just looked okay so I thought it was fine. It was just a little bit off. And then the actual drawers of thing never fucking work now worked The one day I just like while I was moving I was like I'm not keeping this. I'm just checking it. Just yeah up up Nanna. It's very frustrating to build. I I like Ikea's stuff dude. I like stuff and the world market was actually. My one of my best building. Experiences was buying something for world-market putting together skirt positive. Thank.

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"uncle jerry" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"uncle jerry" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"Who came after him brooms, these parents were born into slavery. When he was born his father was a sharecropper, and he was one of seventeen children, born to his parents. He grew up in Arkansas and early on. He expressed an interest in music, his uncle, Jerry. Belcher taught him how to play fiddle that was made from a cigar box room Z called his uncle the greatest man in the world in music. At that time, though, Bruhns Z remembered uncle Jerry fondly and his writings there is no evidence of Jerry Belcher in official records. So it's not clear, whether he actually existed. Anyway, Bruhns Z staying and play the violin and local churches while he worked as a farmhand. He also began playing music for tips at country parties and picnics, but by nineteen twelve he had stopped fiddling and became a traveling preacher around pine bluff, Arkansas he did that for several years. The first wife, he married.

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"uncle jerry" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"uncle jerry" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"For the president issues. A pair of tweets on Sunday regarding China in the stock market opened like five hundred points in the red. It's a it has recovered considerably as the day has gone on with the Dow down about sixty NASDAQ down thirty eight and the s&p down eleven. Which is a far cry from what it looked like it was going to be when the when the day began, and hopefully, I don't know we'll have to wait and see how all this works out. Some kind of hoping this would be good news week. But I don't know if the Vice Premier Li he's. Visit to Washington this week gets. Shortened or. But we'll see and the other part of that it could be a negotiation tactic by the president to. Turn. The screw is a little bit tighter. At the last. Second of what many thought might be a pretty good week for the United States China deal. But boy this morning. It was down four hundred points. Whether time I got around to looking at it. And like I say it's recovered somewhat. But it's been an interesting day couldn't help, but I'm not accusing the president or anything. But it couldn't help to watch that today to have that much power. Why would the president not take all of his accounts and put them on hold? Bonds or something? And then make an announcement like that knowing that the stock market was going to tank, and then put your money back in knowing that the market is going to go back up again eventually. That's insider trading. I guess or I don't know how that would all be. But that's power when you know, tweet of yours is going to have an effect on the stock market. That's. Somehow or another. I don't think anything I say here this afternoon is going to have a big effect on Wall Street. Ego's not that big. There may be some people here BT that think that they could. But. You didn't go to untapped beer festival over the weekend. Did you Jesse? Because it apparently did not barely got a little work to do the Twitter. Universe said the lines were unbelievably long, and then the weather didn't help them at all either. And. Somebody made the comment that you couldn't have gotten a buzz there. If you wanted to. In the cups. There were commemorative cups or whatever. It was were small. I don't know. Apparently it was. It didn't go real. Well, and I don't know to what degree David Tepper is involved. Uninvolved happy, not happy, whatever the case may be with any or all of that. But. The organizers had put out a tweet on Friday about their stadium bag policy, which anybody that's ever been to a game should know that it's pretty stringent that you've got to get. Regulation see through bags this that and the other. But anyway, I it just seems like all the elements, including the weather kind of went out against the untapped beer festival. And they'll have a hard time selling the twelve thousand tickets next year that they sold this year because there's a lot of unhappy people about that. On the other hand, David Tepper, finally. And we knew this was coming today talked about the Carolina hall of honor. And they're expanding that by four members. And we were talking about this on Friday knowing that the name was coming and Julius peppers. Obviously is a name that'll be up there some time, but they kind of had a unwritten criteria that if you were playing last season. You weren't eligible. So that's why you won't see a Ryan Kalil or you won't see Julius peppers or somebody like that. So they're putting four people in the ring of honor. And they're going to do that over in kind of a different way. They'll do a bus and not statues. You know, Sam mills got a statue. And mccormick's got a statue. And. Uncle Jerry's got a statue that by contract can't be removed. But we haven't done anything with the hall of honor in twenty one years or something like that. So now J delone who may take Eugene Robinson's name and the announcer booth is the rumor. Jake, degrom, Jordan gross. Steve smith. I think tweeted out today something along the lines of it's good to be back. And if he had a problem with Jerry Richardson, or we knew we had a problem with Gettleman, but if he had a problem with Jerry Richardson.

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"uncle jerry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"uncle jerry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Two thousand eighteen Roberts on the line. Hi, robert. Hey, good afternoon, guys. How are you? Good. How are you? Good. And even document and everything else. Probably the best place is three dot com. Because you might have all these are relative that have no idea, but are looking for them believe it or not, you know, great work on a bike cloud that you have. Yeah. Absolutely. You're not always worked for me. We've got the same problem in and my wife family what major pitcher border going all the way back to the mid eighteen hundreds. That's awesome. And I mean, we're talking by mid eighteen hundred photographs and the story that go along with the quarterback you can always put to Pickering dump as well. And then by performing your document, the national historical society, it'll take you on documents now with people. Back then awesome. Yeah. Yeah. Robert, I will say do they ancestry. And so I'll certainly be uploading a lot of photos because I know the family members beyond my family would want some of the access to some of those things. Also, I have a ton of photos now of people who are not in my family because you know, one thing I realized is that like it used to be very common for people to be like, here's my graduation photo. And then you give them to like, my grandmother got all these people's photos. I I mean, they're nice photos, but I don't want them. Right. And so I'm like kind want just send them to these people. So I'm going to try to track them down on ancestry dot com. Yeah. Because you wouldn't maybe they don't have those photos that is so nice of you to do that. Because I think you're right, Bradley. That's something that they might for whatever reason might not have access to. And if you're that's one thing that just makes me sad because I also have like heaps in gobs of pictures of other people. And I think if I could have all of the time in the in the world to kind of reach out and try to figure out who the people are in the picture, my grandma, I love my grandma. She wrote on a thing on every letter received. She she would write the date. The letter was written and what it was about. So don't even have to read the letter and the same as on on all of her photo albums in the margin. It'll say Bob's aunt Francis. Uncle Jerry's twin sister Gail. I see. That's awesome. Thank god. I know that they were All Saints organiz. Okay. Let's go to Alex Alex is on the line. Hi, alex. Hi, alex. Hi, what ideas you have for us? Alex. So couple things so with like actual physical pieces of paper. Sometimes like what we'll do. We'll take pictures of them. And then put them in like a shutter book. Oh, yeah. So whether it's a letter, or if it ain't gonna kinda together, or if it's a craft projects keep the holiday one, then if you wanna throughout the other onto ticket picture just hold onto it. Is that or like a shared Google Drive where everyone has access and they can just people can pick and choose what schwann's that they want. Great idea to. Thank you, so much, Alex awesome. Thanks. Yeah. I have I have I ever shown. You gotta bring it in a member of my mom's side of the family made a book like a like a shutter fly buck sure of the family's history. Oh, that's awesome. It's not like comprehensive by any means. But it's sort of like what they had worked on. And there's pictures from sort of each branch of the family tree. And again, not all of the pictures. But salmon attorney tells a little bit of the family history branches of the family that I'm not associated with. But it still has my branches. And then they made a copy of it. And I have it and it's great. And it's a really cool. I should bring that kind of how that how that worked out. Thank you Oliver callers for for that great information. All right. When we come back. There's a very notable birthday that we have to celebrate. Oh god. I'm so excited. I can't believe we all this almost almost escaped our attention. We'll tell you whose birthday does. After this on the Colleen and Bradley show shirts on mytalk one zero seven one make any place nor happy place with the mytalk anyplace anyplace. If listening to mytalk makes you happy bring that joy with you wherever you go. The back of the line at the DMV. Of course pops in ear buds, then let your favorite mytalkers. How about some place like far far away from here? You know, for sure even if you're someplace where there's not.

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"uncle jerry" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"uncle jerry" Discussed on KTOK

"Name was Jerry Colombo winning a dodge viper and it's in. The story we talked to Jeff. About this it's a wonderful thing to here so here, take it away we're gonna listen to my interview with Jeff mash about. The cop who rigged the McDonald's monopoly. Game Jeff start us off. On this story it's a little known facts, but the McDonald's monopoly game was. Corrupted by the mock it was an Inside. Job that started back in nineteen Ninety-seven and it happened during the production, of those game pieces that you and I, tried to collect join the nineties an. Ex cop that was running the production of those started stealing the winning. Prizes it's a huge scheme that ended up happening and it involved mobsters and people all. Across the country they really built a network of people that. They were giving game. Pieces to and, then you can cash it out people were even driving to. A different state so you can cash out your game piece. So as not to get the pool of winners, so close together fifty people. Were convicted of this crime then. They were professionals these were organized criminals who set up a. Network they gave people fake identities have people moving state to setup fight lives in the next state over to collect winning ticket and these. Were big prizes million dollar, tickets hundred thousand dollar tickets you could win a dodge. Viper full most Thirteen years almost every major prize was stolen by this criminal gang and the man behind it all is Jerome Jacobson he's also known as Jerry and he obviously he kind of made the, most sense he was the guy who was physically handling the winning game pieces and. Supposedly distributing them out to the McDonalds packaging places where you know he plays the winning ticket on. That hash Brown package or that fry container and it was him all along because he was working security for this. He developed a reputation for looking in people's shoes and making sure that they weren't stealing the game pieces but he was the guy all. Along everyone was, completely shocks when it was revealed the. Uncle Jerry was behind. This crime because he just had this great reputation. A former cop in Hollywood. Florida he was a stickler for, security in an anti fact he invented all of the processes. For McDonald's to make sure that none of, these game pieces could. Be stolen so really he was prime position And I think the. Temptation to steal it. Was just too much for him he was he was playing God he was making. Millionare's here's a kingmaker hang handing out a million dollars at a time to these people who wouldn't be tempted he's traveling across the country, he's wearing a special vest that he invented to keep the game pieces safe. Then he's going to these factories and it's down to him to put. Them on the on the French five packets and like most scams extorted of small he gave his brother, twenty five thousand dollars here just butcher. Free call it started small and then obviously. Greet takes over and before you know it he's gonna get involved with some, very very sketchy characters you're, listening. To the daily dive weekend edition we're gonna take a. Quick break and then we'll be back with more on this story of how an ex cop rig.

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"uncle jerry" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"uncle jerry" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"McDonald's, but, inside that magazine boom there it is, instant win game piece one million. Dollars how he won? What, are the chances unbelievable unbelievable. Story Right now. Here's the thing that, wasn't, a local news crew knocking on his, door with video cameras and microphones. There were undercover agents? In, the FBI And this was a. Part of what was, called operation final answer your guys is job is by the end of the story to think of. Why it was called operation final answer Story eric Story This is a little fish Into. A movie here. It is here's the story we're start off. With special agent Richard dent so this investigation started in, two thousand with an informant call the FBI talking about someone, who's rigging the monopoly game and this, guy was, known as uncle Jerry, uncle Jerry somewhere out there rigging the monopoly, game for a little. Perspective, the chance of winning again the million bucks is one. And two hundred fifty million the chance of winning mega millions is one and. Three hundred million so this so the chance of winning a million. Bucks is pretty much impossible So. The, FBI started investigating Diller brothers printing in oakwood Georgia this. Is a company that prints postage stamps lottery scratch offs and monopoly pieces for. This contest the head of security for this company was Jerry Jacobson So the FBI started tapping his phone and realized that he himself. Was the head of a network of mobsters psychics strip club. Owners and drug traffickers who were involved in, this fraud and, who all collectively collected twenty four. Million dollars in cash and prizes from the monopoly game Jerry come on So? Who? Is Jerry Jacobson Jerry Jacobson started wanted to, be a marine but he was discharged because his feet had to. High of arches So join the Hollywood Florida police department but he was injured in. An altercation had some other health issues so that it became the head of security for a marketing company in Los Angeles called Simon marketing and, he was the. Guy who was in? Charge? Of overseeing the security for the five hundred, million dollars McDonald's account at this printing factory dealer brothers and Georgia So he went to the factory and he worked in this factory he would inspect the workers shoes to make sure that they weren't, stealing game pieces He was who's the what's the. Name of that woman who tried to get that little girl who. Was selling water perk Patty he was he was like a Patty at the factory The truck drivers who transported game pieces someone, was, always with. They couldn't even go to the bathroom alone He inspected the printing, press which would go for twenty four hours a day for three months it took one hundred. Railroad cars railroad car hundred railroad carts full of paper to print all the little tiny McDonald's game. Pieces they got that a hundred railroad. Cars with a paper. To print out the little tiny little little Monopoly pieces And the instant. Winner tickets those, were printed not in the, big machine but those were printed individually with watermarks On each piece, to prevent counterfeit and, each winning instant win little. Piece was locked, behind a safe with dual, entry combination locks and he Jerry personally Would travel to a McDonalds packaging factory which is where they had let's say the French fry boxes and he himself would put the instant winner ticket on a French fry box and then put it back in the palate and then the pallet would, go out to wherever To find a lucky winner The starting nine hundred eighty seven And he prided himself on being on this whole process on keeping a secret on keeping us on lockdown and make sure. No one compromise the whole thing But it all became too much of a temptation His pride got to them Two. Years later hundred eighty nine he slipped his brother a twenty five thousand. Dollar instant, win game piece his stepbrother He said I don't know if I just wanted to show him I could do. Something or I was bragging but I needed to see if I could. Do it So then his neighbor found out. What he was up to and he asked, if he could have a winning ticket winning little piece Yeah. Sure but I don't want it to be too suspicious so his neighbor asked. A distant friend to claim the ten, thousand dollar prize and then Jerry was going to, get a two. Thousand dollar kickback Jerry's gonna everybody wants. To be a little gotta get some gets steal a little instant game piece. Ten thousand dollars. I'm going to give it to you you're going to give it. To your friend. Who's going to cash it in. I don't know. You got split or you give me two thousand dollars, backbone me probably everybody wins he stole. A million without everybody just those people he stole a million dollar instant win piece for himself locked it in a. Safe deposit box then he took another one million dollar instant. Win peace and put it in an envelope to Saint Jude's children's hospital Now hold on Don't remember that part of the story before. You go thinking he's a, good guy At the. Same time he gave another two hundred thousand. Dollar instant win peace to his neighbor he got, forty five thousand dollars of that that was back on our feet. Wet in there but. Then the his neighbor double crossed and. Kept all the money. How come on Jerry Fast forward Seventy five and he's doing this every year until. Nineteen ninety-five he's sitting in the, Atlanta airport And the. Guy by the name of God In the name.

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"uncle jerry" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"uncle jerry" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"To after the year two thousand you peel, those little tags Your fries your, Coca Cola and, you won like. Of course I always won the fish fillet the fish fillet own fish fillet what But it turns out that McDonald's again started, at nine, hundred eighty seven there was an. FBI investigation there, is a group of very small, group that kind, of rigged the. Game In the year two thousand uncovered a. Guy named uncle Jerry he was an insider? At, McDonald's brokering the, tag, right he would sell the winning tags two. People he brokered twenty four million dollars in? Cash and prizes did you hear how, he, was doing it no he, was? Saying listen I'm gonna give you nine hundred thousand dollars. You give me a hundred thousand dollars right and he and so, they? Would say oh. You get on John John right, and he. Sham. Them out of. Twenty four million dollars and the only reason we didn't really hear about. Any of this right this. Story broke they busted him on September tenth two thousand no so the very September? Eleventh that was twenty four hours of news going on. Covering should be sure for probably six days Tony oh wow that's, why? We haven't heard. This story that's why we didn't, hear the. Story. That is crazy No it of course he, was dealing to a very small group, Dwight it was mobsters and psychics and strip club, owners drug dealers and even? A family of Bormann's got into the act falsely claimed they won twenty four million dollars so they they actually had one family that, one three. Of the million dollar tickets go come on are we pushing it here that's a little bit, of. Red, flag. And you'll put up a PO box. Because but they were all like a Saint little region You know because we want to travel too far and you know there's a lot in this.

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"uncle jerry" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"uncle jerry" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Means you don't have to pay those unfriendly ten ninety nine each year as it's in this nice little protected shell of the 401k or the ira of the problem is every dollar that you're earning it grows and grows and grows and all of the earnings are coming out taxable as ordinary income and you take them out yeah you got a partner in that money bradley and that partners dot your spouse it's uncle sam and uncle jerry there you go partners for us in california however with a roth ira the beautiful thing about a roth ira is the money you put in yes that comes out tax free but more importantly every dollar you earn no matter how much you earn a no matter for how long everydollar will come out even the earnings of barath ira will come out one hundred percent tax free as long as you've had the roth for at least five years so at a blanket value to answer this person's question we typically would wanna pull money out of the traditional four when care ira first and let the roth money grow because apples to apples if i let both of these accounts grow the roth grows tax free while the 401k's growing tax deferred but taxable someday so i'd rather pull the 401k money early because those earnings we're just gonna have extra tax on them later on anyways let's let the rock what's sit and continue to grow because not only am i getting the earnings but it's tax free and compounding tax free income tax free so that's one element of this question which is just if you if you took nothing else into consideration obviously i don't know this person's full situation so normally i would say you try to draw your normal for when traditional 401k's in ira's i the other thing that does is it will reduce apples to apples the worry you might have of required minimum distribution someday when you reach seventy and a half years old technically april first the year following the year you turn seventy and a half being the first cutoff date whether you wanna pull any money out of your ira or your foreign keizer not the irs will make you what's called required minimum distribution and and it's required because if you failed to do that it's a fifty percent penalty on what you are supposed to take but the required minimum distributions only applies to.

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"uncle jerry" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"uncle jerry" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Didn't pay into social security how to best maximize all of that is all your money locked up inside pretax two counts how do we slowly move bunny into tax free accounts such as roth those are called roth conversions how do we do that in such a way to minimize the tax each and every year so we slowly can slowly can divorce uncle sam and uncle jerry from your money so you have some tax free money and then be able to do this for you year in and year out kind of act as your personal cfo and retirement that you have this you have this firm epstein white i trusted adviser held to the highest standards to do what's in our clients best interests that's that's the ciary standard you don't want anything folks less than the fiduciary standard people that are held to do that what's best for you at all times i can't i can't stress that enough and so it's all waiting you know it's the the doors wide open the epstein white retirement master plan there's so many different points to it bradley just rattle off few these points that make up you have cnn wipe master plan before we go to break i'd say some of the more the number one thing i just want as i always hear you know brad how much do i need to retire do i have enough to retire i'm worried i'm not on track or am i going to run out of money some day so just the planet self in your image is the number one thing that people walk away from it it's the sex hill moment of okay i can see this whole thing played out now and it's also nice when we stress tested so we show you hey if inflation is worse than we think like here's what's going to happen you can see the reaction to your plan in your money if taxes jump up in the future and this is what you have to pay you can see the reaction of your money if there's a big market event to the downturn or if you don't earn as much as you think here's what your plan looks like a medical event happens here what here's what your plan looks like suggests being able to visualize and kind of wrap your arms around and see your money your lifestyle play out forever is just such an important element of this i that is the overarching theme the individual things dave that we certainly help people out with is the engine that runs your plan is your investments it is never been a better time with your 401k's your ira's your brokerage.

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"uncle jerry" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"uncle jerry" Discussed on WLOB

"Dollars it wouldn't make you don't want uncle jerry from cold water bisa sippy love something like that are you gonna be putting us on your christmas less name you know what that's not a bad idea i i may do that that would i look i i would be a good graces with the family a couple of years go by the way uh the christie and a couple of years ago we uh my uncle jerry not a big fan of president obama and not a big fan at all i know it shocking but it's just shocked high no it's but he did not like president obama's so anyway what year for christmas what of the family members i am not sure who will but he out he uncle jerry loves hold made chocolate shall case and so we got him this abuna full ornamental plant and piled high with homemade chocolate chip cookies and presented it to him on on christmas day while a few days later because local jury loves to eat the piece of eu days later he got the he got the real surprise he was about ready to take that last cookie off of the plate the decorative commemorative plate when he suddenly realised it was a barack obama commemorative plates did you guys here an earful oh we are at a new poll and then a crash pool so that too yeah that means a that plate may no longer be with us i i don't think it is but again would you i mean is it is it a sin for donald trump ju gel jake america great again hats for christmas idle prodi i reached out dr robert jumpers over at the first baptist church oba of dallas he is the the resident theologian and the the unofficial chapter toddler darn show and he tells me that the bible says nothing about selling book apps or headwear so donald trump be an and in good graces here let's go to mats a listening john juneau alaska pineapple to the program good good call back in again ah yeah let the tops you guys are picking um four the couch uh i would absolutely uh by one of those for forty five dollars specifically gordon you my friends said.

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"uncle jerry" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"uncle jerry" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"They are still does the did at yeah like even as couple years or so how the fuck i mean if he had the pieces that one i guess he would have had this of stolen sixty common pieces get replace i'm sure that was probably not super discal hernia and yeah i guess nobody would call on because random ask people were redone on these things right uncle jerry offer like i wonder what he hit the piss off that one yeah right at a lou wouldn't maybe they blackmail iniment immediate other one road and telling huh i don't like my cut what a bigger piece of the federal uncle theories problem it enough that he could move that guy disappear the street now favor on it gave no railroad favorite monopoly peace dog probably bolig board peace didn't they retire like they've got rid of i think they did the boat then bitter then all they they put the talk down total hilarious because they thought i'll that depressionera iconography is out of date and the low way you should've kept it around the battleship their those it era balkass jibe arcore send your emails let's go because there will be fewer gained start by next week yeah well whatever we're going to play games around the clock janica forces is out there dan is dan is playing sotigui and has asked whether to check i'll be thought persona check out the answer in fact i'd seconds ago he tweeted hooked his forces character at israel bad hot authorizes yuck i did highs dead looking i i did not actually like next to knuckle zulu i wouldn't describe as the most lively character looks dead oh i did miss only forces have character creator those clear with the species than use work from there that's amazing.

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