17 Burst results for "Wibran"

"wibran" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:48 min | Last month

"wibran" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"You just could actually though that was the biggest thing that connected with okay. Cool that Feeling of freedom when different styles and people with different interests makes the community a little wibran's land that something that's The very first day. After i signed up for the internship i came here to train and was the lost week before the covid shutdown I just fell in love with the place because margot straining handstands and he was giving me tapes and stuff Joey was doing his own stuff. And there was a close writing. The jets never will super friendly And the crowd was super diverse. And just the places will life. And i just fell in love with that fantastic. That's great i'm so you did you serve for. Did you finish before you came here. You're already finished. Yeah already working in a studio in the city. Okay personal training studio. But the culture and environment just wasn't there wasn't old school kind of like what's that place gold. The mcdonald's of personal training vision make vision your region. But go okay. So you ready. Don't don't pay and then like how was that for you. What type of people do you usually work with. And what type of people do enjoy to work with and oversee using your body white methods in those sessions house. Your house your coaching going at the moment. So at the moment. I primarily do online coaching. So that's something that i transitioned into when covid hit Actually just stopped doing in that studio just before covid so and i thought i'd be doing like outdoor classes and stuff and in a way. That was a perfect storm. so up a bunch of clients For all premier league places like russia. America japan through various connections Like dancing for example was people people that i done. Salsa and they want to improve their core conditioning and mobility for that in particular and That's that's been the majority of my coach works or just Online coaching strength. Dancing strikes dancing. Although i i don't really wanna make it my niche Because it's it's very narrow. And i don't do that much density myself anymore I just use blithe awaits strengths as a foundation for anything that people can do so here they have like an active hobie. Be at a bit climbing offense. Seeing or mountain biking body weight strength is the best foundation for making sure that you can push through its yet so the dope and not get injured That's if you do it right So i started coaching year. After finishing their internships been having blossom With the group classes will tribe. Now i'm looking to start. Pt and small groups in here so You know beat with tribe members or just bringing my own little community in here. So that's that's what's in the works at the moment unreal gotta ask muscle-building body weight training. Get people ask.

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"wibran" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

04:47 min | 5 months ago

"wibran" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"As you wish beyond your comfort zone you realize how strong you are a resilient how powerful you saw three seconds we're gonna take a full breath. In three two one reads fully in three then raided reading an award on the hill. Now board your breath but on the inhale and focus your tension your awareness on your third. I notice how you're feeling has shifted. How your wibran's shift and see how. How long could order your rent in this to squeeze your bedrick floor bustles and use it as a bump bump white light up your spine into your third three seconds. We're gonna release three to one lead at go out your bread headed. go relax. Surrender to the universe. Just relax jaw this music. And the weybridge So they go action tribe. You can rob your fingers. Rob your toes and gently. Come out of your state of meditation. Open your eyes. how did you enjoy the session. How did you enjoy this. Dissed breath work because this is one drowned and usually in our online zoom sessions. We do do rounds. Three rounds or even four rounds and we go really deep into Conscious awareness expansion and really releasing stress for sleep which happens within the first few minutes but beyond that you are able to tap into Sensations and feelings and vibrations that you never knew existed within you But everyone including beginners feel the shift. And we do these sessions online on zoom on sunday mornings wednesday evenings. And if you like this then you might be interested in attending our next Breath work introduction workshop that hosted and i usually do these sessions once or maybe twice a month but decisions are super affordable. Just fifty cents if you're listening to this in the month of december of two thousand and twenty but fifty cents for our next workshop and i am confident that if you enjoyed this if you enjoy doing the session you will enjoy that session even more because i talk about the uae behind breath work. I give you some guidances. Domes holiday best Enjoy this expedients and get. Get the most food action tribe as a bright work instructor. I'm always on the lookout for superfoods. Second amplify the effects of soothing breath for practice. And i know that many of you are looking to optimize your health stoop..

"wibran" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"wibran" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"That is a good question. I don't know the answer to it. You mentioned in Texas that the silk road was a key part of the spread of the dragon story. Could you talk a little bit about that? And the impact of the silk road on the sort of cultural transfer. Sure, happily silk roads really, we're a network of trade routes that stretched really all the way from about Korea to, to Divinis or in branched. So there was not one road in. It wasn't made of silk, like one of my students once thought which I thought, how. Yeah. The stronger lighter more colorful than the roads. Some people were envisioning road mid, but they were series of trade routes very, very few people ever went very far on the silk road, usually, you would just go between stop a and stop be sell your goods and come back and people didn't usually use them as like highways. Very rarely someone like Marco Polo travel all the way from southern Europe to the court of great funds. Oh, you blow my mind already. So it was more of a trickle trade type thing dry much. So how things were being traded. So it was not just books that were being translated from wastes from language to language to language, so you see it as being translated often three or four times before it reaches Chinese language, and changes every time, by the way, you know, so not only do you see things like this happening. But you also see technology's moving philosophical concepts moving. Enduring certain periods of. Sort of think about like the concept of pucks Mungala, which would be literally like pucks Ramana wants the Mongol empire conquered the largest land empire in the history of the world. There was basically, this wonderful time of freedom of trade. Right. And you also had, you know freedom of religion by diktat of the emperor under the Huns. So you had this rich, wonderful exciting world from Arabia Persia all the way up into sort of across central Asia into East Asia, and people spreading ideas and technologies, objects and books and things like this, of course, there were then sub trade routes down to South Asia, and eventually maritime routes with spice, trading and massive amounts of the spreading of his Lomb, and things like this. So you see. A huge network that had been going on for literally thousands of years with sort of more acute periods. Marie cently made in the last two thousand years, and a lot of ideas spread including concepts like monotheism concepts like dragons. So this was probably one of the main conduit for story. And we start to see a lot of a lot of Indo European ideas entering into East Asian consciousness and, and vice versa. But the other key thing to point out here is not that there was sort of this binary world of the Middle Eastern European world, and East Asia, they're also whole kingdoms civilizations with very complex worldviews in between that often for centuries on end you know, were rich centers of of, of development of ideas in books, and religion as well for, for example, Persia Ryan between right? You've mentioned that you professor had written a book about dragons. Did you did that book cover things like worms and Wibran's? These others Riveria it's to degree. It also does a little bit of a discussion of sort of history of artistic depictions of dragons, and it sets out some of the theories that people have had other scholars have had about the origin of dragons, whether it's a single origin or a multiplicity of origins, and it's a nice compare. Active study. Yes, we judge..

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"wibran" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"wibran" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Three pm at the women theater Wibran theater. However, you want to say it at Pax once again on Friday, the quest for the perfect superman game. That's Greg Miller, Jared petty, Corey Barlow, creator, God of war, close out Bailey from US gamer and Sydney Goodman from my, we're gonna talk about why superman game suck and how to make them better. Also on Saturday. Do you like Cowboys? Do you like red dead, then stopped by red dead radio live? That's right. The exciting now going to record an episode of that there as well. So a lot of stuff going on for kind of funny folks backs also, Andrea and what's good games. They're gonna take the hydra stage at ten AM on Sunday, so much happening so much happening, Gary. What's your, what's your panel? I'm not going to pass there. We go then. All right. Another reason to go. You won't. There's no zero risk of bumping into me. I was planning to go as I do every year this year we had to scheduling conflicts arise and I, but I'm making a commitment making commitment right here and now to you. And you know, I can't lie to you on, look you right in the eyes and tell you I will be there next year. You have come hell or high water by hook. I will be at Pax next year. I'll believe it and hold me to hold my feet to the fire. Do not let me wriggle out of this, like Geoffrey Rush at the beginning of Shakespeare in love. I will hold your feet to the fire. You must've patriot fan mail a signed photo of Nick the champ. That's right. If you have somehow miss that kind of funny this week, you can get assigned picture of Nick and Kevin's gonna run over what a picture it is Kevin's running around the studio right now, like some kind of like enraged leprechaun. Trying to find that picture. We're just gonna move on. They were just here on the desk again, torchlight preview on Jan dot com. That's right. Just this is actually from show notes from yesterday. But yeah, I got to. Take a look at the new torchlight. I'm excited about that if you wanna see that that's John right now. Take a look at that and today we're brought to you by miandi spot. I'll talk to you about that later because right now it's time for what is and forever will be the Roper reports. Just in time, that was a main says, amazing. You can't see that at home. Cool. Greg came running in like Mary, Kate backers across the room, like cheetah he did that was amazing just to get to the seat into that was really cool. It was impressive time for some news, three items on the rope report today. We, we'd be remiss what is this chaos? What does this all this interruption just for a picture of Nick Starr, but allow me to present. If that's not worth interrupts in the show of what is I can think of at least seventeen things off the top of my head that are more with interrupting. Look at this photograph, I have any number of very confusing feelings, feelings, what are I'm trying to sort them out right now? All I know is I want to be alone with this picture. That's all I, that's the only thing I know for sure. I don't why I can't tell you. I've got my suspicions. I would draw the conduct a full investigation before before I get to the bottom of those those emotions. I mean, if you need to step off camera from it and investigate, I only take a moment. Wow. All right. Let's get on because I'm not touching that with a ten foot pole. Number one, no new assassin's creed in two thousand nineteen. We did the whole thing. You just ran out of the rain, grab done, picture Nick cited about that. No, that was great. Back to the might do. That we've done all this Kevin..

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"wibran" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"wibran" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Those uh those fried green tomato had if i agree to meals there have never been in oval crust but they've got wanted tampa now some and a hit it i'm good but more relative food the food sylvia eder by barrick has dealt with a new dignitary influence replied we have were setting everybody out we got a big island pocono you've been a few times uh in just over that by their yup names and his old cars in there and they have great food you know ruin that's uh spoken aces you know you wanna head over to complexity yes omega juice woken aces cry i didn't even know how you going to finish the sentence man i can promise you danny was i mean all drive for food i wanted yeah i haven't been smoke aces yet east work across the street guises aydin's later agreed to have it i got the street from now obviously originally allocated lack because i was with my there's nothing else that much but i remember driver there was like loss this is great didn't spoken racist english of lay there's nothing else there's a papa's across the i've worn down the other side of ifor la paz though it was smoke nations says pled city yet i four right across should have yours thing way chevrolet here directly across streep yemen hit that me me in re in spanish and joey once were at stingray civilly and smoking is used to be in the parking lot of keelan curley back it that's what i first met robert okay so ice ice ota winery yet i hadn't been to a new place yet so at stingray civilain i say that such spanish and jelly hey let's go to let's go to us woken aces right around here sir so he's open the car and i hit matt gogel math wibran a slogan aces and we start to drive and we're doing it as we do in the car relaxing els would like to relax you know as we're driving and all of a sudden we show up at i look at i go this is killing currently i they they're not he remorsefully sent me for the old location had not little that i called my said hey i'm looking for smoke in aces where you located oshii told me across hosting ray civilly have.

"wibran" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"wibran" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"And that's the role the alternative media does wibran writing less seven years and in recent weeks i've been talking so much about hillary clinton and her crimes because this needs to be at the top of everything the mainstream media is trying to ignore it because it doesn't fit there near the clintons have killed a lot of people but they can't kill us all and their come up exists here it is annual wouldn't it be it would be a great day for america to see hillary clinton arrested and finally go to prison and it would be a great day for america and we need a push it we need to push it as hard as we can absolutely people's i'll turn into an island hernu a a a martyr can say that i martyr with hillary clinton no it long it's just as he is a wicked evil thieving which that robbed eighty two billion dollars and her direct adjunct got caught smuggling children out this woman is the spot of el yeah you know what there's all kinds of talk about human trafficking about all things that are going on you know it we don't fight this is going to get worse is going to get more hellish is could become more of a nightmare and what if they come after your child what if they come after young we've got to stop it now this is our shot with trump in the white house we've got to do it everybody get the article out fbi opens three criminal investigations in to the clintons or two articles we've got on that crazy msnbc houses conservativefavored nuclear war killed democrats are minorities that's coming out and sean hannity to one of his most powerful commentaries that we're going to analyse on the other side and then dr edward group in studio to cover the news the latest health information and more and there he hadn't been on years been so busy though this big lab one of the top ones in the world the return of the health ranger mike adams in the third hour i'm alex joe spread those lively pitch.

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"wibran" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"wibran" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Refined easier g rated for a little kids knows farrah to even as an adult and by the way i might even saying this in terms of if you're a little kid or you remember i watched knows fraught to in the theatre three years ago they that scr even today it when i saw it as a forty five year old man that is a terrifying disturbing unnerve ing dream logic film where there are harsh jumped cuts and stream it the whole film is so unsettling in the m every image net film is disturbing even the ones that aren't mantras it's just looks disturbing and so they projected this nineteen 22 silent film on the little white wall of this wibran little kids or watching an and ten minutes to do it we were screaming and freaking out and and i just remember i remember so vividly thinking it this 'cause i because i remember trying to scare my friends with pranks with monster masks of all they were doing was put in this square beam of light on a wall and the act of doing that was sending this room into hysterics an additional everything i want to get on the other side of that little square and see how they did that like that was my entry into wanting to be in films in show business in some kind of creative endeavour i've never forgotten that so how can you ended up going into combat instead of making horror films well i did started making horror films but it was in middle school and freshman year of high school i would make little super eight slasher films why had one were those a killer with a wieder because they didn't have access to a chainsaw and yeah i know it's sus for production value so anyway um i i just couldn't figure out how i was going to get because i was living in the suburbs of virginia had no access to anything like show biz but then when i found out when i was nineteen that oba you can just go on stage and just start talking and also at that point it just seemed like that was going to be way more fun and i was just very very focused on because also in between all my movie love in high school i really really got into comedy really really got into steve martin.

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"wibran" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"wibran" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Little white wall of this wibran little kids or watching it and ten minutes to do it we were screaming and freaking out and and i just remember i remember so vividly thinking it this 'cause i because i remember trying to scare my friends with pranks with mantra masks of all they were doing was put in this square beam of light on a wall and end the act of doing that was sending this room into hysterics an additional everything i want to get on the other side of that little square and see how they did that like that was my entry into wanting to be in films in show business in some con of creative endeavour i've never forgotten that so how can you ended up going into combat instead of making horror films well i did started making horror films uh but it was in middle school freshman year of high school i would make little super eight slasher films why had one were those a killer with a wieder because they didn't have access to a chainsaw and up yeah i know it's sus for production value so anyway um i i just couldn't figure out how i was going to get 'cause i was living in the suburbs of virginia had no access to anything like showbiz but then when i found out when i was nineteen that oba you can just go on to age and just start talking and also at that point that it just seemed like that was going to be way more fun and i was just very very focused on because also in between all my movie love in high school i really really got into comedy really really got into steve martin and monty python an snl and richer pryor and george karlin and i was in a click of other comedy nerds really loved comedy and so i just decided to make it a vocation like that became my obsession for a while but then luckily it led back into movies and writing and and getting to do that kind the stuff if you're just joining us magazines patna's watt and he has a new colony special annette flex which is called annihilation we're going to take a sharp break we'll be right back this is fresh air did the two two two battery look the tribunal ever no three fifty the two.

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"wibran" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

WJOL Will County 1340

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"wibran" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

"And all noviye food gone and they did in there for a while you're going to see rule quickly the that those gilles start turning white so that's what you wanna stay away from end of bath obviously is to throw the first rate on nice and clean a fairly quickly after but i'm just saying you can wait a day or two and sometimes i'll do this because let's say you go out and you only cuts one wall like that night but you don't want to throw it back because awalleh's way to get beat so throw it a nice for a day or two and had a couple more fish and then do you're cleaning um so that's my first sip and where the rebel a lot of guys i think uh dice a lot of people and by the way we were on the road she says he can get lowered at most grocery stores these days you just have to ask ford if you can't find it but to sort of settle for sale and older and their crew everybody's health however well yeah you know what we grew up this is going to sow terrible but when the when we were kids back in the fifty used that was our uh that was a breakfast or a lunch my mom we'll take a break analyst wehner wibran shoots lazarus were so with large a little bit of salt or sugar sometimes youngest for cheating case and what a cup of tea and that was what she had for lunch and and they're all when we'll still here i remember my mom always tried the pancakes and lord you know just a little way coating of yard lurd and then did the pancakes and you couldn't beat him i mean lorde uh i think called with things in moderation you i remember when margarine came out that was the big crazy and then people started see what you can't have margarine you gotta hit this and just kinds of threats and stuff uh just edged the fastfood places learn debt you know here's the goal world we had that we had a couple young guys i'll i'll makes real quick cut of young guys who uh when experiments they would after work would go and.

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"wibran" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:34 min | 4 years ago

"wibran" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"I saw britain gets a lot last year uh this guy's obviously creamier american league fixture go has not been the same guy this year missed a lotta time so there's so many different factors that you could make a priority list but she gonna write it down and pencil because it's going to make change by the time you're done with the conversation is there a lot of talk the dodgers are potentially interested jeep team are gd martinez of the of the detroit tigers you know he's he's obviously a really strong righthanded bat 300 eight sixteen homers thirty nine our be is 1020 vibe ops he's eighteen was this eighteen of thirty six against lefties with six home runs so he hits lefties really wealthy does that make sense to to to try to trade for an outfielder given the fact that you've already got a bit of a logjam out there and jt martinez also would be a rental for them imagine priority and i don't know everybody how everybody fans will guide their room i'm on my own business speak it i would make that a priority if if if he comes with the with the cheapest price and you don't like what you're gonna pay for any other fifa player position that you you feel you need to upgrade or at least you're interested in upgrading and you the price on him as relatively cheap because when you get at the end of your is is saying goodbye now we concern is no point in time months i knew the entire landscape of this sham office of what is pretty good nobody talks about the strongest fan of fishing anymore think they're on their last starts against left these in there but i think they're they're twenty in ten maybe overall this year so i'm not sure the lefthander pitching thing is as as wibran a a uh really uh and and logan sites all are are hit against lefthanded pitchers nine hundred plus ops so it's it's not a priority uh it would be uh and i'm not sure where where you would put him are how you would use them unless you were somehow moved tweaking that deal right.

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"wibran" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"wibran" Discussed on Critical Role

"Thank you gan's go for it is like that added hanging on is at the deal technically it's an action and drink it it's my pleasure winner here in newjersey attorney linda the wanted to that not only rubber by i'm gonna run okaywe haste youth they're easily kills who is just the buffeting wind cyclouhall right uh the credentials have various european wind gusts kityo said to give uh all i'll guys will you work with i detect you're listening we've got utilizing mainly seeing all we've got our twogoal banjul's infamous move your in your life of okay a going to i do two nieces again do attempt to what i did the first time what to advance he can rip off the wibran's ring rings again steve was okay or one of them if it's easier all right goo goo mackerel at one would that is 20 22 okay go ahead and roll three d six points judge you don't wing off but you do two flesh and you could see rigid caused the the joint where it's attached now tearing open revealing really slushie tissue so that will be done in 10the post average but that was like zachary average japan is rearing open i see that unlike and i turn to the extent ago how i like what you're doing earlier and i spend of five assertion points i cast telecommunctions again in a take out eight of the daggers had room ipouchen a hub with them around me and then i start.

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"wibran" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:42 min | 4 years ago

"wibran" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hey grouping talking about regenerating the river nineteen eighty age but this time everybody says it's different is that your via yeah i think so because i've seen the money being spent already to clean up meriva media little bit slow at an what i light by i think there is enough political will to try the came out of palatable way standing now because right now when you talk about kuala lumpur flurries were naturally gravitate towards the patron i spent hours and debt has replace this place as the head of gal because that's where people go to shop andy go to take pictures and whatnot so way we have this project is not just important for kale but for other people who one to be part of malaysia as a destination for tourists wesleyan's malaysians comfortable the project revolve life are all alyom by comes as possible on that i ever the government has begun to publicise the project including the opening of an advanced water purification system that uses bacteria to clean the water and that system lives here under the paved garden around the mosque but as we saw in los angeles wall technology it helps if getting to people's hearts and minds the rarely makes the different dr colleague kelly assam is from the global environment center an organization charged with raising people's consciousness about the river ala in the government's aim is to improve the quality people passed will be so that we can have a body contact clean leaving and wibran very what what thank you have to persuade people about which is difficult to do the key thing for us is doriot connect people legal that's is that hair ties to the downtown area i am a rush on an accountant what i do is i don't my waste what up mike greece i've dumping it in the river yet what your common say to me these based on the extra so we saw what we need people ask eighteen million in new player seeking guttural in policing dirty will in a what they say no i now word dan any deep into that he will for what you do i guess wash my dish ideas wash my late i wouldn't do that because they don't understand that he will be think once that that that billion and satin very low boston a c so they do this is the.

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"wibran" Discussed on The Compass

The Compass

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"wibran" Discussed on The Compass

"Cable and talking about regenerate the river here search t h g h but this time everybody says it's different it's not your view yeah i think so because i've seen the money being spent already to clean up the river maybe a little bit slower than what i would like but i think there is enough political will to try to change the to follow but we're we're standing now because right now when you talk about column pop tories would naturally gravitate towards the petronas twin towers and that has replaced this place as the head of kale because that's where people go to shop and go to take pictures and whatnot so when we had this project is not just important for kale but for other people who want to be part of malaysia as a destination for tourists as was malaysians to come to protect the of life are all alyom becomes at he can follow impossible under i ever upon the government has begun to publicize the project including the opening of an advanced water purification system that uses bacteria to clean the water and that system lives here under the paved garden around the mosque but as we saw in los angeles wall technology helps it's getting to people's hearts and minds that really makes the difference two colleague kelly assam is from the global environment center an organization charged with raising people's consciousness about the river islet in the goldman aim is to improve their what the political class booby so bad he can have a body contact glean leaving and wibran river water things that you have to persuade people about which is difficult to do the key thing for us is to reconnect people buddha that's i suppose.

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"wibran" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"wibran" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"Of america's celebration of life in freedom 200 and forty one years ago i said two hundred forty one years it's amazing we've survived this long if you of time go to the drudge report tonight and there's the video of donald j trump taking down venture mcmahon eleven years ago as part of romania 23 i've several resume any as and i do watch pro wrestling and i love pro wrestling at no point at wibran's sparked or incentivized to beat everybody up watching pro wrestling idle think like that when i see the undertaker out of water why don't wanna close line somebody watching abc with annan navarro this morning made me sick to my stomach are you kidding me the media really believed that someone is going to be in santa buys to take down cnn or some other reporter because they happen to watch a video of a russell mania 23 event eleven years ago oh in woods vincent man's head was replaced by the cnn logo and a comment about the fraud news network cnn are you kidding me come all man does the media think were that stupid but answers of course they do they think we are that stupid that's why this morning understanding morning talk shows they spend all their time talking about what happened on thursday with zeke brzezinski and joe scarborough and this morning what happened what donald j trump the president releasing some parody it was fun supposed to be hilarious i kinda laughed at it had no point have i ever wants to pro wrestling event or hollywood movie or some representation of violence on the news or in some series out of hollywood why i want to go and kill somebody i want to go hurt somebody do they think were that stupid answer's yes they do think we're that stupid drives me nuts let's continue with more of a line becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven botherway was the battle of the billionaires match dj russell mania 23 part of that was the trumpster shaving the head of vince mcmahon god people now i saw that and i want to shave your head god and they think without stupid this they did let's continue with hor julie gun like next bill cunningham live with you every sunday night.

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"wibran" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"wibran" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"That it was approved on and one at wibran approved by whom one bedroom even have my moonlight no approved by whom approved by you know by our me an executive board todd you and how do you know that they didn't approve it because her the men at in the minutes okay and you have and you have the minutes in front of you have a copy of the minutes correct oh and it in the minutes totally contradict the signature that does the board approve this at current oh good okay so far so good and and and page one dozen pat my new monarch alright and there i mean for the laugh bull that i work all right i know so so what you're so you're in front of the have you been in front of the board already the labor bordin not uh i've been infringed labour board they say that we see i didn't even know this contracting locate ramp imprint of the labour party right so did you win or lose in front of the labor abort well know they told me that i needed to go before the executive board because that putting my arm arbitation crime fate uh i don't quite another word we iran in front of the labor and they said go back to the executive board because i happen arbitration okay i don't quite understand that when you're arguing that there is a breach across the board what they would go back and say now you have to go back act the board the very people that lied and dr nailing you so i don't want i don't quite understand i that's weird that is make a lot of sense and what we really don't have time to go down a you know what is taking too long and i know the you can't be unfortunately you can't do that on the show you really can't you have to be very succinct you have to go right to have i ask you questions you can't go and let me backtrack and change the story and tell you what happened before behind it just don't have the time nor the inclination nor the interest this is handle on the law.

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"wibran" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"wibran" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You're listening to abc news kboi news radio time is four to twelve years as the things for a woman hidden killed a man riding his bike in boulder nearly a year ago kelli kuehne house plowed into bill davis while he was riding in the bike growing of drove off from the scene police say she had a thirty pack of beer and her car her father and mother in testimony pleaded with the judge to whiten sends because they said riding a bike next two cars was in by was dangerous would try to make excuses for her and this was having on which is why we're in this situation davis's wibran speaking with cbs for the twelve year sentence for crew asses the max for the crime at the time of the crash she was on probation for a dwi adams currently has agreed to pay twenty five thousand dollars to a former inmate who coined religious discrimination the ama marquees harris claimed the jail refused to give him the koran after you requested it several times he sued then sold out of court harasses attorney david wayne says it took a lot of courage to speak up i think it's delivered admired greatly mr the courageous moslem man who stood up for what he believed wayne says adams county has also agreed to change its policies it get muslim inmates their morning meals the night before during ramadan and an oil while muslim inmates to gather for prayer when muslim leaders gather at the jail the braga workouts are on this week head coach vance joseph says right now the brain power of his team is being challenged plays on offense and defense so you wanna put it all in now in accordance christer brains selena fall when you add different concepts it will be the first time here joseph says the tsa's are learning process for his quarterbacks he says the competition for the starting job won't get real until training camp and how they play in the preseason rockies fall to the.

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"wibran" Discussed on Commercial Drones FM

Commercial Drones FM

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"wibran" Discussed on Commercial Drones FM

"Seriously up to their standard which brings some weight to it right because they're known in the industry is being serious players and they're not the not just joe schmo off the streets saying yeah he does sms that's this is why for an and they can come in and and say yes they're doing us a mess correctly or their their operating appropriately and large organizations like we talked about earlier oil and gas companies can say oh they're certified by wiberg as their sms program is is is there meets their standard and so we can just accept that without having to look at it to indepth uh we we take that an a lot of organisations won't higher a traditionally the asian organization without some sort of sms certification any longer be as it becomes required in certain parts of aviation very true so another competitor to wiber and i guess is is is if i can't ever say it's it's a akron emirates at all upper yes like is bail in jail i as b a oh those are some third party auditors and you actually pay these people to come in an audit you but that's how seriously that some of these traditionally va should mike legacy companies take this they wear their badge of their their why vern certification or there is baillio certified certification on their email signature like a badge of honour i mean when i was in corporate aviation you just be interacting with flight departments from charter companies and it'd be like boom wibran's certified gold platinum whatever and it would have all these things in their signature and like that was like you something that's freaking cool like yeah you want to you wanna be like flaunting this so a culture of safety again super important so.

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