18 Burst results for "Uqaab"

"uqaab" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

06:14 min | 5 months ago

"uqaab" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Hoyas by viper title and i don't know what the is doing And then in ghana seems to be locked in the gun. You know jones said talk to me in twenty twenty two so nothing seems on the horizon in that big stadium for the next six months. Nate and connor are one one and that opens up the floodgates for them to say whatever the hell they want to each other. all of. It's going to be relevant. I think that's what makes the bigger fight but again that can't happen till next july. They said it'd be our word on where the question is which would be bigger. Yeah all right well let me go through some of these results and then we can touch on what we want. It wasn't the deepest card. We're going to dive into it. But we already discussed cannon versus gas. We give you some idea. What can happen with cannon here. I suggest the bruns until call out. I think goes is online with that. Mark majesty's undefeated defeats clegg. We had to be a split decision. Does excuse me park. Reporter defeated tastes sherman unanimous decision there and then we had said uqaab Cock romanoff defeated trevon jones via technical submission getting choke vince for. Shell the oxygen hubbard a unanimous decision. There even though those thirty twenty seven it seemed a lot closer to me as the fight was winding down. And i thought man is just finding a night but i really enjoyed it. Alexander penta defeated brandon roy. Second round submission. Great win pantoja. He wants a title shot. I don't know if. He's next though. Austin lingo brian keller josiane nunez william night ignasio bug on mondays and ramiz brahima's all got winds kelleher. Probably the most notable he called out. Sean o'malley i liked the way he laid out his case goes he said. Hey look you said you don't want ranked guys right here. You go online aranka. Let students but her does have a little bit of weight within the division you know he defeated hanan barau when i actually start the barau decline. It's not like he got in at the last minute. So he's got a couple of wins. You know to win one loss to win loss kind of in his career in the last few years. What recognizable so what did you think of that call our. Would you like to see it or now with all this nonsense john. O'malley start fighting ranked fighters. I like the cody statement callao. I think cody's done a good job calling for that fight. He's he's progressed in different ways of trying to get that fight. I rather see that fight. I think you're right. But i'm also gonna save part of that. Is me giving me a giving you guys homer answer. He's an extreme couture guy and we see cody a lot. And i would want him to get that but i. I liked the approach for both guys. But i'd rather see cody. And i think i can actually say that objectively Even stand outside the back. That i'm also an extreme guitar guy all right. Here's some of our release semantics in some news will do this wind down today. Show dan hooker. They snuck that went in there. He's fighting brought. Hack harassed at uc to sixty six card in las vegas that takes place on september. Twenty fifth at the t. mobile arena. It's also international fight week and that's why you're gonna have the The hall of fame that they'd been promoting hall of fame ceremony catching up twenty twenty an twenty twenty one so that'll be cool Of course they'll have the bells whistles like opportunities the meat fighters Fan experience and all that. But it's coming up quick folks about a month away and it will also take place during football season and jeez i haven't checked ahead of time but if there's raider game that week i'm telling you man. That stadium was is crazy. Like have you read some of the stories. Like if there's a concert or a game i mean. It is a madhouse over there. At allegiance stadium. Yeah i mean just this weekend in summer slam alone from what i was hearing was. Don't even go to the strip. Just stay off the like people were making it. Sound like bob your windows and just stay at home. That's how crazy it. Hasn't i mean there's fifty three thousand people piling into a stadium. You're gonna have some uber things going on traffic. It's gonna be a man house. And then where do they all go afterwards and that was with some going on t. mobile at the same time like crackle. Yeah most of the time people exaggerate when they say things like that but be the one where you're right to stay home at night. Will you had garth brooks and dustin pedroia conor mcgregor on the same night and now on this one. Yeah manny And done On the same night a summer slam so yeah that one two punch is something else now. I did check. The dolphins are in town. They play the raiders on september. Twenty six and september twenty fifth is the afc. It's not the same night but it also means just a pack pack strip with lots of people you know taking up these rooms so if you wanna come out. It's a big weekend for emma may but it may be a costly one So get on that soon. I've heard that some hotels rooms have gotten. They've opened up a little bit because with the new surge of corona virus. This delta variant. Some people said you know what else plans vegas. I'm gonna put those off. Let's get through this second wave third way wherever we're in and then we'll revisit so if you were discouraged about a month ago give it another shot. If you feel like. You're accented in saving. You wanna go then give it another shot and go back and check. I've heard there's been a little bit of a price drop but Like goes said. I mean that was a pack t. Mobile was a packed allegiance medium. So it's not. It doesn't seem to be scaring off too many vogue by do like that fighting between dan hunker and has Nasdaq.

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"uqaab" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

03:54 min | 6 months ago

"uqaab" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"Is itself a form of resistance. There is nothing to lose by sharing information about bitcoin which has already helped so many palestinians. perhaps the world's largest open source money project can help where everything else has failed part. Thirteen fix the money. Fix the world in the bitcoin community. There is a saying. Fix the money fix the world. Obviously money is just one part of our social fabric but it is a very important part and at the end of the day. If palestinians are not able to fix their money they will not be able to fix their world at the end of my call with uqaab. He told me that. Many people were becoming so desperate in gaza that they were selling their homes for bitcoin. It was the same for businesses. Any enterprise that opens in gaza is doomed to fail. He said so the owners with rather sell it than keep it. He said their calculation was the following. Real-estate is going to zero in gaza so worst case scenario if bitcoin crashes it is the status quo for us but if bitcoin continues on its historical trajectory and gains value versus fiat currencies. Then we have a door to freedom. I'm saving up for my kids. He said right before we hang up. Bitcoin is going to be my ticket out of here. And that concludes a guest post by alex. Glad on bitcoin magazine could bitcoin be palestine's currency of freedom. Now i don't have a. I don't have a lot of time for guys stake here so i really just kind of want to say a couple of things. I regarding the perez protocol that he talks about throughout this piece and if you've been reading and or following gladstone's pieces in the past You it should be really clear. I think i think we have this idea. And maybe it's just you don't hauer tall growing up in education systems failures of addressing anything of meaning in my opinion is that colonialization is somehow this thing that happened in history. And now it's me you know. Now we're modern and we don't have to worry about it. But really i think it's just become thinly veiled and purposefully ignored in the public discourse the farther ide ig into the structure of our monetary and financial systems and the international systems in monetary systems. That we have and the how exactly how they work. And you you put it in the context of colonialization of who is making money off of who the why is so often most easily answered by control. I see over and over again that all the same arrangements of the colonies in the empires are still there in so many different ways it's simply that the would-be colonizers have just found that their tools for controlling in confiscating. The wealth of entire nations and parts of entire continents. Don't need direct military political control anymore. They found a new set of tools and at the end of the day. The political trump control was only there so that you could control the wealth. The wealth is the whole purpose of conquering another nation..

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"uqaab" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

05:12 min | 6 months ago

"uqaab" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"Family. Wouldn't even know. Can the idea for hamas stop people from using bitcoin. We're too smart for. This will always find a way out could saito. She have predicted that people would be using. Bitcoin in gaza definitely not had he heard about el salvador making big legal tender. It was a big win and they cheered when they heard the news might gazans adopt bitcoin. Faster than israelis. They might not take the risk. That gazans are willing to take. And what's wrong with the banking system. We all know charging interest to people. You loan money to is sinful in gaza. Crop told me there is no vin. Mo- no pay pal and no easy way to transact with the outside world the financial infrastructure is collapsing just as badly as the physical in social infrastructure. But today he can do with bitcoin. What was impossible before send and receive money to and from family abroad quickly directly with barely any fees for international payments uqaab said previously remit her in the gulf or the. Us would have to send money through a bank account in a country like china or thailand with the money eventually landing a currency office in gaza quote. Many middlemen would take their cut. He said leaving the recipient with only a percentage of what was originally sent. Also he said today..

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"uqaab" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

05:46 min | 6 months ago

"uqaab" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"Our chat was in the middle of the night a palestinian friend. Help translate the call live as we spoke. It was hard to fathom what life was like on the other end of the line. Uqaab was talking to us from rafa a city in the southern part of gaza. A war zone only a few weeks removed from being heavily bombed by the israeli military. I felt like i was speaking to someone from a different planet. He spoke of roads. Destroyed buildings vaporized power cut in supplies restricted. A map of israeli missile strikes link provided makes gaza looked like swiss cheese and gives a sense of the structural damage. Cobb asked me to consider how bad things have been economically around the world even in the us because the pandemic and ensuing lockdowns and said now imagine what. It's been like for us one checkpoint. It's always open. The gaza strip is a piece of territory. Roughly five miles wide and twenty eight miles long sandwiched between israel southwestern corner the egyptian sinai and the mediterranean sea originally the site of a palestinian community flooded by refugees fleeing from what is now israel after the nineteen forty eight arab israeli war..

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"uqaab" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

01:48 min | 6 months ago

"uqaab" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"Bitcoin gives palestinians a powerful avenue for peaceful protest and the opportunity to find sovereignty among oppressive economic policies. One day last week. I spoke to a bitcoin user inside the gaza strip he asked to remain anonymous and go by the name of calm the arabic word for eagle as he took a large personal risk to talk to me. We spoke on telegram and had to time our call as uqaab only has a few hours of 'electricity per day for him. Our chat was in the middle of the night a palestinian friend. Help translate the call live as we spoke. It was hard to fathom what life was like on the other end of the line. Uqaab was talking to us from rafa a city in the southern part of gaza. A war zone only a few weeks removed from being heavily bombed by the israeli military. I felt like i was speaking to someone from a different planet. He spoke of roads. Destroyed buildings vaporized power cut in supplies restricted. A map of israeli missile strikes link provided makes gaza looked like swiss cheese and gives a sense of the structural damage. Cobb asked me to consider how bad things have been economically around the world even in the us because the pandemic and ensuing lockdowns and said now imagine what. It's been like for us one checkpoint. It's always open. The gaza strip is a piece of territory. Roughly five miles wide and twenty eight miles long sandwiched between israel southwestern corner the egyptian sinai and the mediterranean sea

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Could Bitcoin Be Palestine's Currency of Freedom? [A

Bitcoin Audible

01:48 min | 6 months ago

Could Bitcoin Be Palestine's Currency of Freedom? [A

"Bitcoin gives palestinians a powerful avenue for peaceful protest and the opportunity to find sovereignty among oppressive economic policies. One day last week. I spoke to a bitcoin user inside the gaza strip he asked to remain anonymous and go by the name of calm the arabic word for eagle as he took a large personal risk to talk to me. We spoke on telegram and had to time our call as uqaab only has a few hours of 'electricity per day for him. Our chat was in the middle of the night a palestinian friend. Help translate the call live as we spoke. It was hard to fathom what life was like on the other end of the line. Uqaab was talking to us from rafa a city in the southern part of gaza. A war zone only a few weeks removed from being heavily bombed by the israeli military. I felt like i was speaking to someone from a different planet. He spoke of roads. Destroyed buildings vaporized power cut in supplies restricted. A map of israeli missile strikes link provided makes gaza looked like swiss cheese and gives a sense of the structural damage. Cobb asked me to consider how bad things have been economically around the world even in the us because the pandemic and ensuing lockdowns and said now imagine what. It's been like for us one checkpoint. It's always open. The gaza strip is a piece of territory. Roughly five miles wide and twenty eight miles long sandwiched between israel southwestern corner the egyptian sinai and the mediterranean sea

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"uqaab" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

03:17 min | 6 months ago

"uqaab" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

"And sheep and cows. They're slow. It's a bob dog but no ball ball ball marley looking crazy beast of a dog. You know tax up here notes on a mexico time this is larry speaking supercar. I just thought it. I was watching cops right. And they pull this kid over and his went to news like you know you know while stopping speed and so fast tells them to uqaab rose chasing the street. Good way to get yeah. That's a good way usually. Yeah the tuba cobras. After me gotta get away. I was going to be coming after you this this this little messages for sean j. Yeah go to joe's Afo paranormal radio network facebook page. I posted a link to get in. I can't see you from youtube. Okay i can't see him from youtube he's chatting on youtube. I'm the link is in facebook page. Who knows what might happen. We might get a couple of different people coming on All share the joy but with the weather break. And i'm looking forward to going out and doing some outside investigations. And you know what i was thinking jason the other day instead of paranormal look forgo slipped for credit cards. That's the data you can start looking for. Ufo's because now at the pentagon they're gonna releasing new on what they found in detail of what they seen in this. Some of these things are so out of this world that they're finally going to let us know about it and it's going into a detailed on file you're coming out on if you guys saw guys scott start looking into the off. Oh staff Out there let me ask you this journey. Where do you think of me in jason. Mpp could go to actually possibly to you of while you can find them. Anywhere in westmoreland county and there's a V wanna learn more about it. There's a conference up In may at young would Community college move on his having a conference in may and they're going to have a lotta great speakers you guys can get to to the. I know there's a lot of people that for bigfoot will be their cryptic creatures and There might even be some paranormal investigators out there. That's something to check out so you can find out where they are. But they're i know there was a hot spot in Off of murray's ville pennsylvania that there was ellison crews used to do a lot of investigation with some high-tech jason. You like is high tech equipment. She claims that there are these crafts. That morph Like helicopters into this weird Like like a craft. She said they morphed than they disappeared and they would go down to the others to be an old abandoned coal mine down here of all down there in murray's villa.

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"uqaab" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

04:33 min | 7 months ago

"uqaab" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

"Who if you've ever wanted to live out of love at a higher co creative vibration. Do we have the universal human show for you today. I'll be talking with carries uqaab the runaway bestselling author of seat of the soul about his latest masterpiece. Universal human and. That's just what. I want to talk with him about today about creating authentic power living from a place of love and raising your vibration to a much higher level that plus we'll talk about the mothership of the soul authentic human multi sensory human beings sex in san francisco and the a team and an awakening. And what that has to do with anything. So welcome to the show gerry. Are you ready to shine. I'm ready if i'm not shining already. Thank you for that reminder who and you are shining bright and. i'm so glad you're joining me here. Today urine ashland oregon. I'm just outside of mount soaps in colorado. Where i'm interested in how the internet will work with a large thunderstorm just off my left shoulder but with that said before we dive right into things. What was the a team. You're on and how you go from the team to awakened michael. You're talking about the special forces the green berets in those times. Those times means In times of the vietnam war How i went into the special forces was With fear. I didn't know that i was frightened. At the time. I was so frightened that of course i know i was frightened to some things like parachuting in like dangerous things physically. Dangerous things. but i didn't know at all how frightened i was To not be able to live up to expectations my own. My parents others. I didn't know how frightened i was Not to be loved or even admired or even recognized. There's a street named for fear. Like this. And it's macho in those what i and i wanted to be admired. I wanted to be known. Not known just acknowledged recognized as existing. And i thought that becoming a green bay. Help me before that. I would do things like a well. I've done a lot of things like treasure hunting but Underwater treasure hunting. But that's why i joined the army and that's why became a.

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"uqaab" Discussed on Soul Crafting Inner Circle

Soul Crafting Inner Circle

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"uqaab" Discussed on Soul Crafting Inner Circle

"Mind assembled as a beginner's mind empty uqaab every morning and like we go and we grind I the last for the license for the last nine weeks. We For hours and hours and then she's a quarter of a move should be able to roll the hips and the right position is less than a quarter of Lesson a quarter inch to move our Tamara hips we. Did it for nine. Still so far we have done it for nine weeks for hours an aunt and every day we find different distinctions between the practice. So for you is. Sometimes meditations get to appoint way you need to find a teacher. They give you the next settlement of asians because you have achieve older manifestations if you have an jeez over the manifestation for that training a means they usu- is going through the motions but you don relaxing and feel what is supposed to happen. You need to relax him. Feel hausa feel relaxed. Feel in your body. Breathe them feel an every day. You're gonna find microbial improvements that you build on If you don it means that you're going through the motions And and use braxton movement all thinking about other things or the the meditation that you're practicing is a help. Yes okay okay. Anybody else has any question. I'm gonna jump into Facebook and see if he's anything there you'll think you're saying all the all those days moma sometimes i feel like i'm only one especially such a group of talent gift To hear you say that reminds me as a challenge for all of us all the time Look the reason. I'm going to be very honest. The reason that the summit it was design. They way it was. The sign is for people that do the work as for people they were like. They have no a cipher. Being gifted they are grinding. The everyday out there like try to improve themselves every day out there working on crafts. That was the whole thing of salt in editing on. bring anyone. The it wasn't doing that i didn't have anyone. They lie was a cookie cutter. If you look into the all the percents so that we can the all have something to share him valuable and even people. They were present in similar topics. There were completely differen- grows different ways to approach the and That was my key. That was the key for me when i was building this summer is i. I want people that are no burn the loudest flower all Rank are name for three days. I won't people are their day to day warnecke now working there flaws working with everything they have so they come built a better future using tools that they use in their own life to get there. So that was the goal. And i think If you say myself. I think we achieved that pretty well. So if he's any other questions guys A hold on one Which are the trails. Once you look on a friend i don't feel like i have any real friends. They can truly understand what i'm doing in a free abry lowly in the about so far well..

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"uqaab" Discussed on The Jose Morales Podcast

The Jose Morales Podcast

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"uqaab" Discussed on The Jose Morales Podcast

"To you like there's no way. I could have stopped our control that but you can't control how you respond and react and you have choices and that's really what it comes down to in life you know. Are you going to sit Kurna Ball and let this affect you the rest of your life or you going you know who slowly rise up and power through and get you know and be stronger and face your new normal pam curb all right now? I mean to be honest I always say like I'm onion. I got layers. She has deep man. I I mean in the way it really did. You could tell that was your why because Put everything together. Who missy is today absolutely? I wouldn't be doing either of those things if that didn't happen and you know. I recently to I recently found God like that's new in my life and that's not something that that's been a process to and it's. I'm not saying that everything happens for a reason because I don't think there's any reason my father should have been murdered but I do think that things align and even though God can't control because I questioned for so long like did why would God let you know I was so angry. Why if there's a God why would God let this happen to my dad? Like there's no reason behind that and you know. I realized now that God didn't let that happen. There are certain things that you know. He can't control evil like that. And that is pure evil to take someone's life you know but all the things that have happened after that wouldn't of wouldn't be occurring. I wouldn't be where I am today. When be sitting here talking to you? If you know. None of that happened like to be honest. I was being young dumb kid when that happened in the my life totally flipped and of course. I think it went. I went to like my all time low at a certain point and then you know I pulled myself back up and that's always a choice you know. Wow insane crazy. I'm Uqaab me man. I'm it's crazy to me because I've never liked publicly talked about it. You know like I actually go to support group. I go to like a homicide support group and that's new actually started going to that last year when I Knew that his court process was GONNA be coming back up because my way of dealing with my dad's death to be real was not dealing with it..

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"uqaab" Discussed on Triathlon ACT Podcast

Triathlon ACT Podcast

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"uqaab" Discussed on Triathlon ACT Podcast

"'cause. Emily is away on holiday after her birthday on. Good Friday so all of you have had a great weekend. Ah Very Different Eastern. I would imagine for most of you. It sounds like there were a lot of people out and they're still eating Easter eggs and enjoying some good close family time or whoever asked that you live with so hopefully that while and smooth for you I as we continue down you may have noticed that the events sanctioning for events in Australia has been postponed until at least the thirtieth of June at the moment so that announcement went out from try on Australia in the last couple of days. So we you know we still looking at a little bit through the field on events. So hopefully you keeping nicer motivated in. You're sitting goes with your coaches and Uqaab environment and you're able to keep yourself active the prison. You know it's important during this time. Especially if you're working from home where can be very easy to be sitting down all day and then end up on the couch and not do much walking or exercise so you kind of forget how much walking you do when you go to work and do other activities so make sure you keep yourself active and Houthi? It's not only just for your physical health but also mentally. It's really important to get outside. Clear the head. I'm being night till you possibly can. And and obviously for those that are enjoying training at the moment physical distance. And you can talk. If you're doing certain things just be a with. Are these these recommendations that are starting to come out around that when you cycling and running that you should be further apart than the one and a half meters they talk about when you're standing or walking so just think about those things and be safe? It's we're in this for the for the long run at the moment and so it's important that you stay healthy and charn avoid getting sick and then obviously if he end up spreading it on to other people so just be socially smart around this. I think is really good thing. We're seeing lots of activities online. So it's good to see different clubs and coaches getting involved with with the running events or online vitual suit of events cycling running or they've got different activities where. I think I saw the bill. Bees was it abilities. I think who were doing a Kebab Ron. They picked out that from somewhere online which I thought was pretty cool. We Sing Vikings doing some really cool things around people posting different running sets. So it's exciting to see that so well done and just you know if all of you out there. Keep active and keep healthy so today on the podcasts. We've got wine coolers and wine coolers many of you are from the Trifon circles. He's also got his own business called Capitol peak performance so he's a soft tissue specialists and so we about his new COSCO the peak performance shirt and a brand new e Book. That has collaborated on with a couple of other people in the ICT. The twenty twenty athletes say tune-in enjoy the shy and we'll be.

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"uqaab" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

09:36 min | 2 years ago

"uqaab" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

"Right. We're back it's time for a story behind the story. The history of lucky by Britney Spears. The song was written by Swedish producers. Max Martin I'm GONNA try Rami. Uqaab and Alexander Kremlin. Yes it's Rami. Yacoub and Max Martin in particular. This is a guy if you're interested in life pop music he's the he's kind of like the the wizard of is behind it all he's done nothing wrong Since he started although I actually think breaks but anyway he's sort of the shadowy figure behind all of this because this guy he has written hit songs for Britney Spears obviously ace of base backstreet. Boys Instincts Pink Katy. Perry Kelly Clarkson and I was just the tip of the iceberg if you have liked a song in the last fifteen years or so. You're a teenage girl. He knows what side he is. Almost certainly rid one of your favorites is or many times recently. Yeah I mean this Guy. He just he's everywhere. Like if you start digging into this stuff this name POPs up over and over and over again and this is like where does that does that comfort like. How do you hit song if to hit sign for hit song? It's it's IT'S. It's almost a little scary like. I started thinking that he is has some sort of supernatural. But it's the only possible like he's sprinkling the tracks with fairy dust and in fact like they're just like noise but in our with but with the magic the glamour on top of it. We just are hearing. That's called audits on your okay. There are a handful of songwriters that that are strictly songwriters. That just right hit song after hit. Song like a Diane Warren every like Oscar winning sort of love Ballad Kinda from nineteen. Seventy on has been her so that sort of thing Yeah well he has a A special power in that he is people. Think that he's this big producers like sixty years old at how will you but He's actually constantly a fifteen year old. He's there's he's on the outside fifty year old man on the inside constantly fifteen year old girl. Yeah he's like an eternal fifteen grow but he's she's like a working man's yeah. Yeah just like spoiler alert. It's like being John Malkovich. She's like in his mind and living through. Oh I haven't seen that one room before me. Bruce will hold up and this is a straight out of wikipedia believe received reviews from music critics who considered as sweet and catchy and noted the lyrics to be about. Spears yourself. No no shit excel. You think maybe this might have been somewhat about for newspapers yourself even the video. There's a moment where there's two Britney's by the way just too many Britney's in that video say the video was called too many. Brady's by and there's a point where she's on one side of the mirror but just in a bunch of flowers. The the Lucky Britney is on one side and then regular Britney. Day Britney. There's like sort of as narrator Britney casual. Who's telling you this story? Britney Britney Halter Top leaches out towards lucky turns away as if to say you're me I'm you and I want to say yeah. We all know that. Britney you're playing both characters but the other thing is like it's like Oh. I'm like regular Brittany like Norway said Hollywood star Brittany come be like me except the St Catharine. Your show me do pictures and was like which one is like? Hollywood Britney which was like normal down to Earth. I don't know exactly but like you. Said Noah fucking tight leather pants. She's not a normal girl. The one with the running Mascara is she's been crying. Only the fact that people that somebody actually had to say these might be lured. Brittany says so little about us as a race that we are just like society as a species that we just can't figure out at the time the song was two thousand and so she'd been doing this for like two years at this point so I don't know like I I don't see it being like yeah. She's been doing this for so long that she's jaded and she was a mousketeers. Michael Yeah Okay true. So she had been doing it for. Okay Okay Touche and by doing it. I mean having sex with Justin Timberlake and a long all day long you can say they were in sync but they I mean granted before crazy Brittany. Yeah but I think we all kind of knew where that was going but because also that would make sense because in this version no one ever from the outside. She seems so perfect but she decide that. We don't feel that way about Britney spears anymore by the way real quick that seems like a different era. Remember like we were like Britney. Spears verges issue. What why without ever? That's so crazy anyway. But in the fact that they felt like she had to do that in order because people wouldn't buy records from her. And now you know of the filthy get away with. Today are the tale of two thousand one number twenty three. It wasn't like thank you. Her hugest hit but it was good enough out of Nice enough Muslims. Just too many cooks in the kitchen. I think to make it a number one in American literal cooks like lucky many figurative and literal in here too many cooks in her giant household staff but it took three people to write this opus of two verses. Horace and an a tiny little somebody out of the old timey filter on the Radio. It was around the world also the Philippines. It was. I mean it's it's basically you know. It was big in Germany and Austria. Not Australia Austria and Sweden. And so it's very it's free and then the Philippines but I guess it sort of was more of like a like a European Northern European. Seemed like they were responding but it was. It was a hit here. Three is nothing absolutely. If you get the twenty three you by not even bothered. I'm GonNa say it again. Twenty-three don't come. You're not in the top twenty. Three ritual attitude is. Don't come out with Tony. Yeah call me when you're at twenty two. You know what you're not so lucky twenty-three come on. Yeah oh I had a hit. Single did a crack the top twenty. No you didn't have a hit and you didn't. You are unlucky. It's hard to be me you think. I'm lucky but it's hard. I wake up early this morning. Yeah rich girl problems. Rich go problems. Does this first world problem. Is this sad little rich girl. Yeah First World Problems. And here's the thing sure like anything. I'm sure there are pet. Peeves I have no doubt that there are things but at the same time. Like if you're a billionaire like don't don't come at me with twenty three to twenty. Don't come at me with my life is so hard like I understand. There are problems. I'm sure but you know it's harder than being than being sad and lonely and being lucky being sad and lonely and being unlucky yep or being sad and lonely being poor and being in a crappy one bedroom apartment and eating the meals for one every night. You have no-one Krizner lonely heart also because Everything else sucks and the tough thing about sounds like this too is the girls who because it's mainly like young girls who go to see. Britney Spears is that they're looking at them going going all chief heels just like I do except she didn't write it. Martin Rohde a fifth year old. Swedish Nude Rosen. Fifteen year old girl. She just I do and then she goes home and cries herself to sleep on a golden pillow. So there's something like a little bit uncomfortable for Teeny Bopper songs for me that written by older people. Yeah because I'm it's it's kind of creepy. Well no he's not creepy. It just means he's a writer gets into the mind of character. I guess although in this case he didn't really get into the mind you categorize them very sort of surface view of this character. Yeah we didn't get more than like an inch deep into the character. Yeah but what you're saying were. It's sort of that that many presenting this. I wrote this song because I'm so sad Or Whatever. This is a song about me shortly to find out that yeah some fifty. Swedish dude actually or three of them took three of them to write this right.

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"uqaab" Discussed on Closure Optional

Closure Optional

12:35 min | 2 years ago

"uqaab" Discussed on Closure Optional

"Of self medicating through substances since I guess the start of mankind when you think about Asia Janet countries whether it was pm or a look at Across many cultures substance use. Yeah sure I. It's our natural like little inclination in one way exploring altered states of consciousness can give you a different perspective. Which I think is like I mean going through tough shit then gives you a different perspective like there's something almost I wouldn't call it addictive necessarily but there's something appealing about realizing your own potential after you've experienced something adverse in and that could be like having an intense psychedelic experience and then coming back beyond like Holy Shit. I gotta get my Shit together like Oh my God. That was so intense. It showed me a lot and also scared. The Fuck Ademi is now on a back. It's like all right now I'm GONNA. I'm definitely going to go to work today. I'm definitely GONNA do their best I can. I'm going to. I'm in line with God. Now after you see something like that like there's something kind of Nice about that revitalization of what matters but even I'd say within that you know if we use the analogy wise it that a lot of people can recreationally drink on the weekends. Come Monday they put the bottle down is there is factors which would contribute to your capacity to engage in other substance recreationally and after that experience for whatever the motivation is to say. Oh well that's that's okay for now that's me you've got you've got the off button all the. Stop Button the brake pedal and you know if we think about the chicken and egg scenario it's one that is philosophical quandary. That can be applied to addiction in the right will. Was It my substance addiction that naturally then led to certain elements of dysfunction whether it was a decline in mental health. Let's say criminal offending Relationship breakdown just all this chaos and as a result of that than my mental health was low and I was depressed and I was just feeling terribly or was it. My mental health was low and I had no sense of purpose and I had no goals and I felt so discontent that substances were perfect. Means for avoidance and often. That's when we sort of step back and look addiction as a whole you know it is about looking at saying I guess this is growing out of it but the belief system around addiction before was the idea that well it's purely pleasure seeking you get over it. Get A job and you're only doing this because this is something that you enjoy. Yeah and I can speak for the clients that I speak to the client. Swin to this residential program It's just not the case. Yeah it's not a matter of enjoyment at all It's a trap in away in it's a source of shame and then that's a problem because it's such a spiral because it's such a source of shame like I think people have healthy relationships with substances in general have that off switch because their use substances doesn't generate a new source of pain or shame but I think a lot of it. Is that when you when you're using it? Your relationship with substance can change. My relationship with alcohol changed a lot and the alcohol never changed now always always the same. It wasn't like oh now suddenly. I'm using it more like it. More and not at all. It was the exact opposite it was like the more damaging my relationship with it was because of how I felt about using it became. It's like a Russian doll self compounding thing the more I hate it the more I need it in a way which really fucking grise massively and you know that when you sort of break those layers down in terms of right well. We've got that physiological dependence with substances in the pleasure reward system about brain depending on the substance for speaking but traditionally. We see a lot of in. Meteors is pleasure award LIMBIC system of the brain which is crucial in us just feeling pleasure and positive. Emotion in our daily lives feels great. Yeah you've got this this button which can really access that released his flood of neurotransmitters and we can feel great but the body. The brain adjusts over time. You know down regulates stops producing that natural level of whether it's like noradrenaline dopamine Serotonin in the case methamphetamine. And so then when you darn have that substance often that withdrawal will dip below baseline is what we'd say the bodies now producing far less than it needs to function. Normally it'd be at home your stasis and so as a result of that now you'll feeling chronically depressed empty and so it's only natural in that state you can imagine the consequences that flow on the social withdrawal. Maybe a lack of focus or attention at work dysfunction in your relationship and now you'll need more of the substance to achieve the same level of high. Because you need to get from your depressed I guess if I use that term in terms of reaching baseline and then we need to go higher than that again. So yeah you know that's where it's like right even just physiologically urine uphill battle with a lot of substances. But I think a big part of since years that I've been working. This industry is what speaks to me. Is that the underlying mental health factors which contribute to and perpetuate people substance use. What do you think a lot of that is to you? I mean obviously? There's a shitload of it. But in your experience what do you think? Some of the major contributing factors are show. Look I would sight. I mean this is my footnote in that the research and everything looks at this totally complex. Why does one person to one thing? And someone else doesn't the variation between humans is a species is lost. I think if I speak from my experience with a lot of clients you know you see a lot of clients. The environmental factors which have significantly contributed to this substance use exposure to drugs and alcohol endel significant trauma whether it's forms of physical violence sexual abuse neglect really just awful and unfortunate events of occurred to them at some point in their life. That has sort of started off kicked off this snowball of chaos. Often you know might be the area that you're in and might be lowest socioeconomic area where there's increased crime is reduced access to services. You don't have good role modeling. Three parenting potentially then all day. You know it's. It's almost that before you reached an age of full prefrontal cortex cognitive a function where you can truly make informed decisions. Those decisions were already being made for you and you mentioned it before that when you said Ola been relatively privileged in maybe the upbringing. It's that often it. It's hard to imagine what it would be like say for us if we'd been in that context speaking to a client the other day whose inch lovely person and can tell. She's a good mom and hearts in the right place. Just speaking about instances of when she used and should withdraw orange should for three days should be sleeping at three five and seven year old in the house left along with three days. And then what happens in that context? It's stuff that we couldn't really. I guess for onless for in that. Sorry perpetuating that cycle because then those kids are going to experience that neglected neck and it just increases their risk factors for developing issues themselves. Yeah it is. It's a chronic fucking nonstop cycle on massively and we we know that there's her heritable genetic factors with addiction without a doubt. That's one piece of the puzzle but yeah definitely done. Environmental factors early exposure and that home environment. If we think from a sort of maslow's hierarchy of needs core needs that we need for a sense of. I guess like holistic psychological wellness on the. That's yes when I interviewed this guy while ago. He's a psychiatrist. Leon Petrovsky is noon up. He's up around. Here is cool to. Do you know who I'm talking? No He's on the Gulf coast. He's cool. He did in his early days like he was around. The time of life. Ramdas Okay and those guys and people started maps. Your show. Disciplinary Association Psychedelic Studies. So he was doing ketamine work okay. Why can't the eighties regulated? Yeah he'd he'd be something near eighty now but he said he was saying what a lot of his research now is is looking into the development of the HBA access in your in your brain that the first three years of your life including the period while you're in the womb create this development of a sense of identity in person and any neglect or trauma in those first three years. We'll have significant impact on the development of that part of their brain which means lack of emotional control behavior problems mental health issues chronic mental health issues. That are basically. You're starting from as you were talking about after having substance you kind of dropped down into this like blow baseline I mean. These are kids that are being born below baseline with already without a sense of self and a means of self-regulation through their brain brain. Chemistry is already units at the wiring of their brain is different hundred percent. Yeah you know. It's like almost think of the analogy luck at cards. It's like providing someone in uqaab removing one of the wheels. No putting fuel in the tank not having a windshield on saying right now you need to go from a to B and then someone next them as a brand new car and then thinking about the roads they travel on the one might be clearly paved and other might be flooded in one section. Have Pot holes. There's an analogy of the vessel with which we're sort of born with the body is exactly as you're saying there's so many factors in Utah and You know in the worm and then even in early development that if not met it has significant impact on our ability to progress successfully through developmental stages and then you factor in the environmental elements of that whether it's neglect and everything else. You know you really gain a picture of shit. This person never stood a chance and so when somebody comes to you guys what what is it. Usually that brings people to hear. Okay so good one. Yeah I guess a break it down into two categories you've got intrinsic motivation and an extrinsic motivation so often let's say extra motivation is those external factors. You've got a partner saying hey look. I'm not about this and if you go to Resi or residential Rehab and then we'll see if things will work or it might be a situation of legal factors that one that's a little good for court or you know these external motivating factors. Maybe that children are being removed by child safety and they wanna get them back then. There's internal or intrinsic factors the sense of well. I'm sick of my mental health deficits and I want to make a change or I want a better life for I wanNA quality relationship so and I think what we see is often that even if people come in with an external motivating factors whether it's around cold or their relationship slowly over time. I guess through abstinence from that substance access to a lot of good healthcare services a supportive environment we see those external motivating factors slowly shift international. So rather than you know I'm here because I don't WanNA get in trouble. The only get in trouble with cold or I don't WANNA be sent to jail a better life than this. I don't even want to have to deal..

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"uqaab" Discussed on Shares for Beginners

Shares for Beginners

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"uqaab" Discussed on Shares for Beginners

"Having millions of dollars that we can just sit around idly investing on a day-to-day basis. So we're pretty busy. Lives and if you all adopting an approach which requires you to sit in front of a screen for five hours a day. Six hours a day between ten. Am Four PM doing this. Doing it's a full time job and when you sort of sort of to a lot of my might to very active and they won't traders and investors like you know they might have a good year and what. What did that actually work out? Two per hour basis I for somebody else. I would've been better packing shows at calls. If you WanNa talk about the effort you made money. But what was that our and by the way. What was the stress in emotional turmoil? Turmoil that was involved cigarettes whisky. You drink to sort of calm your nerves and then get up at six in the morning and do all your race or even four five in the morning research before the market opens on our saying he's looking at you looking at things that have no import the USDA overnight or what tweet Donald Trump sent out. I mean you tell me what impact that is going to have on the fundamental earning power of cochlear over the next five years nothing virtually nothing and we are easily distracted like small children. You know like exciting things but the exciting things. The unimportant like the cats foreing allies. That's exactly what we are. It's exactly what we are. So tell us about strowman. Why did you start Straw man? It's essentially an investment club. Know there's a lot of buzzwords with Fintech and all of this stuff around but it's it's an old-fashioned investment club and there's a huge amount of value in that the idea is really just bringing together a host of dedicated private investors to collaborate and share ideas and as the name suggests to challenge ideas. We we think the best way to improve an investment thesis. He's to challenge it. Not because we want to have arguments the Internet's full of arguments. Bray Dalia big. Us find manager calls it thoughtful disagreement. And it's about talking to people who have a different perspective to you or have different insights. Different experiences can bring something to the table. And help broaden your understanding of a business. The trouble is that so you know traditionally you have a few people in. Uqaab might sort of meat around a dinner table. One night awaken sort of talk through. We wanted to do this online. And sort of get a much bigger club and the challenge with that was sort of having mechanisms in place to make that feasible sort of proposition. But we felt that that there's a real gap in the market there. There's this other online forums out there. I would argue this. The two major problems with them one is. They're extremely noisy and clotted places. You go there. And yet there's a lot of activity But there's a lot of very user friendly I find some some of these. Things are very difficult to navigate. And you know what you're looking for. You know you wanNA find something new company in this a million threads to fall. There's a million threads and their old is pretty much in in chronological order. And don't get me wrong some great. Contributors this phenomenal contributors there. But you sort of arrive on the scene. As which thread. Do I rate. How long do I have to go through that? Get rid of all the golf you know people just saying. Hey why is the share price up to anyone else holding this not adding anything to your insight so we? We felt that they could be a big improvement in the organization of that of those insights and information so one of the key things that Straw man does. We just have one paycheck every company and anyone can post what we call a stroll. It's kind of like a tweet or something. It's concise insider perspective on a company. But then we open that up to compete community endorsement and Peer Review. So you can vote on those kinds of things so when you arrive at Straw man you'll see the most highly endorsed post there. They also age and date and stuff as well. So it's we try to keep it current we try to make sure it's peer reviewed any still say anything we're not trying to silence censor anyone in any way shape or form but we're trying to give us a better idea of what are the the most well regarded sort of insights the other problem we think without of online sites. There's no accountability. So we've all got these random use names in his behind that and someone's speaking very forcefully on a particular stock on whether you should file so will who are they you know. Is this someone that has any track record. Is Someone who has any authority? So you don't have that on other sites so the one of the things that we do on. Straw man is is that we we rank people you can make recommendations will track that against the market you can make any kind of you can post valuations. You can post insights and that's all ranked and it's not it's not because we're an elitist group but it's to give users the ability to sort of when you see someone contributing that you can say. Hey this guy's really delivered. Some great insights is well regarded by the community. He's recommendations tend to perform pretty. Well might hear what he has to say. This might be someone over here. Who's making a lot of noise? A lot of people disagree everything they touch turns to mud Maybe maybe they're not not worth doing. I mean the other thing that that which was not intentional but has been A really great thing that's emerged from. This is a kind of a tool. It's kind of like an online investment diary which I'm a huge fan of which is the idea of writing down y you're going to buy a share. I mean you know what it's like barbecue and says you know what? What should I buy more more more often? I bought XYZ great. Why opposites going up once you pick into it you realize often. Actually there's nothing behind this other. Other than something. Very speculative or something is very flimsy. So we'RE WE'RE SAYING. Post your thoughts on line and opened that up to scrutiny. Not Because we want to embarrass you not because we want to make fun of you but because we want we we think that as an intrinsic value in you doing that yourself when you're forced to specify what you think the reasons Alpha buying a company now when you say when you buying something you you you us specifically saying that it's the market is wrong. This thing needs to be higher. Well how much higher if you're buying Bayer. Hp What do you think it's worth and why do you think that's these are hard questions and the exact right answer but the very process of thinking about it and writing it down and that in a public forum will make you a much better investor? So I'll claim. Is that by doing that? You're helping yourself as well as the as well as the community because it once you go through that process if you realize that actually I now that I've put it on paper. It doesn't seem as as solid reliable as it did. It will prompt you to dig a little bit deeper. Maybe build up that conviction all even better. It might avoid help. You avoid making a terrible mistake because you might miss something as well titling totally miss something and this is really interesting that you say this. Because I've had a couple of days on and this is the kind of thing that they do in their meetings. Eight hundred to their meetings. And they you know they all have a thesis on particular Shares in companies that. I think a guide to do well and then go to defend that in a meeting. And it's like your peer review in Straw Man. And it's it's giving you the kind of tools that fund manages a using to assess whether they're going to invest in it. Your your investment thesis is either right or wrong. It's the simplest that so you know I wanNA buy off to pay because I think it's cheap. I'm right or wrong. One way or the other time will tell. Now there's two ways I can figure out whether it's right or wrong I can wait in the market will eventually tell me and I'm talking. Beyond the short term volatility. He is like you know when when the fundamentals really sort of. Wyan conclusively prove that you were right or wrong. You can find out by putting your money at risk or you can find out by discussing with other engaged investors so when I put my thoughts out there and you sort of see all the people coming out with with other perspectives and forces me to think that I'm wrong. We'll have a lot lower conviction. I really welcome that. It's fantastic people sometimes been apologetically. I'm sorry I didn't want to attack your ideas and I thank you. Thank you for proving me wrong because if you didn't information I'd rather have you bruce to my ego then lose money on the show mark so yes please. If I am wrong I want to know. Unfortunately investing is a very male dominated space all organizations that where we Y- ninety percent mile to ten percent female and guys are very ego driven very confrontational all these attributes. That actually just really terrible for investing in fact there's a lot of good studies. That show goes much better investors because they lack all of these sort of mile flaws that we have to get over that and get over yourself. It's not about ego I it's about investing prudently in sensibly and if you can lean on the experience of others the other thing that I think that's really valuable as well. Is that you. Everyone is going to bring something to the table. So I I used to work for an organization that was sort of a high net worth investment club and we have people in there who had no experience in the market but I may have owned a manufacturing facility for the last twenty years one hundred times more about manufacturing them some twenty-seven-year-old analysts contract. They are now. Maybe they know about discounted cash flow or nuanced sort of highfalutin finance ideas. But they're gonNA have their golf. You an incredible wealth of inside and next to them. They might be Lady over there that that spent thirty years in the healthcare industry. She is going to give you incredible insight so when you sort of Network. All of these people together and people contribute in areas that they do have expertise. It's not that one person to be the Oracle of all knowledge. He but when you sort of sum that up you get something. It's really bigger than the sum of its parts. And it's it's it's really powerful The checklist for invested this. This is great.

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"uqaab" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"uqaab" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I heart radio station. Ex-marine among the dead in what police call one of the worst accidents. They've ever seen. I'm Jane Metzler, Fox News. It happened in rural New Hampshire, this weekend, motorcyclists and members of our military morning. The seven victims mowed down by pickup truck. Fox's grenell? Scott is live with the latest Jean of the seven, motorcyclist one was from Rhode Island to from Massachusetts, along with the remaining four from New Hampshire, a medical examiner says, all of the members of a motorcycle club former Rene's died from blunt trauma. The oldest was sixty two the youngest forty two driver of the truck. Veloce MIR's Uqaab ski was said by a relative to be cooperating with the investigation so far. Zukowski has not been charged a previously planned to placing of the bikes event in Columbia New Hampshire today held a moment of silence to remember the riders killed three others were hurt in that accident. Jane, tragic, thanks. Final for shooting down a US military drone last week. A Ron facing more economic sanctions, they go into effect tomorrow. President Trump describes them as major sanctions secretary of state. Mike pomp Heo saying to ensure that their capacity not only to grow their economy, but to made sanctions becomes more. And more difficult secretary Pompeii on his way to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab. Emirates says the trip is to make sure our allies in that region are all on the same page strategically national security adviser John Bolton spending Sunday and Israel. He says Ron should not mistake. The president's decision to call off retaliatory air strikes out of concern for civilian casualties as a sign of weakness postponed for two weeks. Trump administration plans to round up migrant families for deportation due to take place today..

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"uqaab" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

07:40 min | 3 years ago

"uqaab" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

"Chris. But now that was why I got the beer Doug fish head was because of that. So so actually so at because they did DNA tests that means they captured it so actually took a fish to the thirties claiming that it was a tuba copper, and that's my favorite thing. Now, this DNA evidence this version of events here this it's a little fishy. This is the people who found often shot these creatures were usually ranchers or rural folk, and you would say that maybe that is not as reliable, but these are people who should recognize a Coyote raccoon or something. Now, an expert in this says at the recent that these identity on these animals, get misidentified as congress is because they've lost a hair owning to thing called Coptic mange. I'm sarcastic main is caused by itching inducing mites, called sarcophagus Gabbai burrowing into the upper layer of the skin grow. It's very common. And someone of Texas am university who specializes in inflammatory skin conditions in animals agrees that this disease can be sufficiently gruesome to produce convincing monsters. So it could put it looks like scaly skin, and it could also have different levels of severity. So that's why one may look more scaly one may look hairier than the other were at similar, but you get those kind of. Differences. So this mangy dog that has this condition that can also be records and other animals, probably not fish, though. And says that they're very sparsely haired to near bold with red or hyper pigmented, black thick and skin. So you get the redness into this the self inflicted wounds from scratching and a hairless body. You have yourself Cuba crop because they're sitting there scratching themselves and making it even worse now, then you get to the thing about what about the, you know, the marks in the neck in the blood will it says, if they're poor health might prevent them from successfully taking down and eating the animal, thus all that is left on the livestock would be bite marks on the neck because these animals attack the neck neck, I because that's what's most vulnerable. Finally, we get back to MS Dr Kenyan MS Dr shenanigans. Okay. So despite all this proven all these DNA tests done she claims to have done her own research. And she stated I have now done DNA at five different universities because she is. Homeopathic expert all of them came back identical. They do not met any animal in their archive. And so you're like dunked done, but then Texas State university, researchers found that the DNA of one that she had was a one hundred percent complete match for a Coyote and other labs actually confirmed that and said, yes, this is true cagan is undeterred. She still has her own speculations. That is my favorite thing. Is that she's like, okay? So you have this proof that this research showed one hundred percent Coyote, I don't believe you. I've done my research. Hey, wait. Did she did she go to Trump university? Her doctorate that might explain every would explain everything he actually hired her. You know? I'll she's the one that provided the research for the Mueller report to. Love it. I liked your little hand thing that you were doing that was related timid ating. We gotta get a picture. That's so funny. Dr. All right. That's good. That's that's what I got for debunk. Chris believer believer is a little bit different. I do believe in the Kaaba or as most of our listeners know my stance, at least like to believe in the possibility when it comes to cryptos the thing there. The thing is there has been too many cases too numerous to count and without any real explanation, at least any solid evidence. Even though yours had a lot of evidence. My research. It seems that the number of sightings evidence of a true creature are way more than the evidence that such things do not exist that being said, I found a website that tells three potential theories as to why it exists and these theories are one an extraterrestrial creature that has a taste for blood and a love of hunting to a homegirl monster born out of top secret experiments undertaken by the military, three a beast of definitively supernatural proportions conjured up by the cult by Nicole, right and ritual. In addition to these theories have been theories of monolithic, bats, prehistoric, relics or mangy. Diseased animals as Cody said if I were to believe any of these theories, I would have to go with a top secret genetic experience experiments. Wow, interesting. Oh my God. So you actually that's your leaning towards being a genetic experience. I mean, we only have to look to the Roswell incident or area fifty one to know that the government will go to great lengths to hide or cover up any significant findings when it comes to things we don't totally understand or don't know about. And now that I like a crazy conspiracy conspiracy theorist, but there you have it so factor fiction night, ever know, you a question based on that. If I were to ask you, what do you think is more likely that it's a Coyote, wreck Kuhn or something with our Coptic sarcophagus main or it's been. Experimented genetically creature. Which one would you lean towards the hard question? Really? Yeah. Oh my God. I'm so I'm usually like your prize because usually you're believers lately like you don't really believe in some of the stuff lately. But this weird really oh my God. Okay. I think maybe maybe it's a combination of both. Perhaps we start out with one two three specimens of what we are. Now calling that Uqaab Radu to. The biological experiment. Gone wrong. Whether that was gone wrong on purpose because of mismanagement of the testing facility, but whatever the case may be we have two or three and these two or three still breed. So perhaps there breeding more of these troop compass, and as as they interbred breed with other creatures that could explain the variations on the chew Cobb Russia, and why the base characteristics remained the same. That's true. That's true. Oh my God. This is so interesting. I wanna move all of this to the beginnings. That's so fascinating. All right. Okay. So that everything for Cobra except for usually when we have guests we like to play a game instead of Dr Bs weekly. So Cody made up a game this week nothing about so terrible. Okay. It's really easy in stupid. But just because the nays ver- playing a game called. Cheap Akaba or two bucco. But I'm gonna read you like a little little snippet. And you're gonna tell me if you think it's too but typically over or two buck, Cody personnel. But vested. Yeah. Shame.

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"uqaab" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"uqaab" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"As is her earthly sidekick Nick fury play by Samuel L Jackson as if they were answering their audiences screens. Fox News six twenty seven little one maybe less than a week away. Now from Saint Patrick's Day the joyous and often drunk filled day Saint Patrick's Day, whether Irish you're not plenty of people love to pack the bars to celebrate and drink that green beer, definitely though, some cities do better than others, Christina. Well ran wallet huddle yet. They came out with their list of the best cities for Saint Patrick's Day celebrations, and they judge two hundred of the largest US cities across seventeen factors and those factors include Irish pubs and restaurants per capita, which is important weather forecasts, parades and parties average price of a beer and born. So not surprisingly, it's Chicago which actually dies there river green for the holiday. Yup. And they topped the list once again, scoring sixty seven out of one hundred comes in third for Saint Patrick's Day traditions, which is where it gets its most points since its seventy seventh were cost forty ninth for weather one hundred fiftieth. Safety and accessibility. That Chicago now topping the list for Saint Patrick's Day traditions is another typically Irish city right over the line in Boston. So here we go the top ten cities for Saint Patrick's Day overall celebrations. Hey, they're partying. I wanna party with Uqaab boy in Dayton, Ohio. All right. You have a Rockford Illinois. Pittsburgh Pennsylvania comes in at number. What might be number seven right number six is New York, New York, Naperville, Illinois. I'll take their word for it. Hub comes in next number five is four five. Yeah. So it'd be nice if they put the. Tampa Florida is Boston Massachusetts fourth. Nice number three is Madison, Wisconsin you? But when you wake up the next day, you're in Madison, Wisconsin. Pennsylvania comes in at number two. And we told you Chicago Illinois comes in at number one Wallin hub, the ten best city for overall Saint Patrick's Day celebrations at providence fair providence, we made the list they looked at two hundred cities, and we came in pretty high at number fifty two the Gouraud we came in at number book or a mean anyway, it comes in at what fifty to fifty two Ron not bad, but it doesn't rival Boston. Now, just one two three four overall a quote, according to wallethub, six twenty nine. Here's good news for us. Don't feel bad about napping during the day. It's actually good for you Greek doctors tracked people with slightly elevated blood pressure, and they found that if they took an hour long nap each and every day at lowered their blood pressure by five millimeters by millimeters of mercury which is used to measure pressure. Now about the same drop bet you would experience if you cut salt Kentucky out of your diet. So this finding is important because a drop in blood pressure as small as two millimeters can reduce the risk of heart attack. By as much as ten percent in better, yet napping doesn't cost anything it's free. So take a nap and lower your blood pressure. It's now six thirty NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four.

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"uqaab" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"uqaab" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Circled Britain thirteen on the clock Polly's going to come out and take Britain. Spins in the paint off left. Nobody. Bound stuffed it back in there by six now with forty one seconds to go in the game. Tigers. Big when they're by rain air, and he took the right route on the Elliott airlines great route of the game with eleven points, eight rebounds, and assists at twenty nine minutes. Thornton again this afternoon. Three eight from the field of two of the arc five of five of the free. Throw line of most press thing to me five of his eight rebounds. The on the offensive side today had it assist to block steal again did at twenty nine minutes and did that spike playing with four fouls in this ball game. No-one found out this game brute at Thornton would end up with four H. So let's take a look at the numbers in this game. While we wait for coach a Penny Hardaway and some players, and again, we'll be joined by Matt dental a little bit later, and we'll take your calls as well. We have some more highlights included a hotshot, any assists will be on your way a little bit later so overall today. Memphis Tigers twenty seven of fifty six from the field. Eight of twenty one of the arc sixteen of eighteen at the free throw line Tigers would come away with eighteen assists sixteen. Turnovers sixty three blocks and the ballgame. The Yukon huskies twenty five sixty two from the field. Eight of twenty five thirteen of twentieth. Frito lime thirteen assists today and eighteen turnovers for the huskies of five blocks in the ball game, rebounding. Went to uconn thirty seven twenty eight the opposite boards what the huskies as well. Sixteen to nine which led to eleven second chance points for Uqaab twelve for the Memphis Tigers bitch points went to Memphis, nineteen to eight points of the paint or even at thirty fast-break points seventeen fourteen in favor of the huskies and the points off turnovers. Memphis took advantage big time where they twenty five. Fifteen advantage has Memphis again wins it by a final of seventy eight to seventy one over the Yukon huskies this afternoon at FedEx four again, we're waiting for head coach pretty penny. Hardaway and some players Matt dental. Join us a little bit later as well. But seventy eight seventy one is the final this afternoon as you listen to tiger basketball. It comes your way for the learfield. IMG college..

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