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 Iranian oil tanker pursued by US says it is going to Turkey

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Iranian oil tanker pursued by US says it is going to Turkey

"An Iranian oil tanker wanted by the US has changed course to a port in Turkey is NPR's Joanna could kisses reports from Istanbul the US has tried to seize the tanker ever since Great Britain and Gibraltar released it earlier this month the Adrian Daria one appears set to arrive in the Turkish port of mer sin on August thirty first according to court mints on the navigational site marine traffic dot com Marcin has an oil terminal but oil trade experts told NPR that the port is too shallow to hold such a huge tanker which is carrying two million barrels of Iranian crude oil it could anger off shore where sin is about a hundred and twenty five miles northwest of an oil refinery in Bunia Syria British Royal Marines held the Iranian tanker off the coast of Gibraltar for a month because they claimed its cargo was headed to Syria in violation of the E. U. sanctions the ship was initially on course

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"bunia" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"bunia" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Ninety six point five. Geneticists a great American. He's a patriot. I've enjoyed working with them. The department of defense was operating effectively and efficiently under his leadership. I think the president will find you know, there are other folks who can be secretary defense. We'll find another capable person. So I'm not scared or frightened that he's leaving. I think that the president is entitled to a secretary of defense that shares his worldview, and it's not as globalist of a world view that we saw reflected in secretary Mattis or a secretary Tillerson or even John Kelly. I believe I believe that's the voice of Florida. Congressman Matt gates when fishing for information on him yet. It's mad gets from Florida Republican. And he's right. I mean, as as far as people who want the job, I think there are plenty of Bunia generals and experts from the Pentagon that are on standby to help run the show over at the Pentagon merry Christmas to you and your family, and if you're among the they say AAA says at one third of the American population will be moving today man this weekend the next. Week or so for Christmas. And for New Year's, man. That's a lot of people now at some point. You know, I'll probably packed up my sweet bride, and and my two beautiful babies and go summer, but when we're staying here for Christmas because I got to fill in for for our buddy Dana, I'm Sergio Sanchez. We're broadcasting the Dana show from from southern command the Danish southern command in mcallen, Texas, where one of the proud affiliates of the Danish show look me up online at Twitter, it's at Sergio talk. And if you go online on on Facebook station is is seven ten K U RV that's here in mcallen, Texas. And if you'd like to join the Danish oh, eight four four three four four Dana is the number to call eight four four three four four thirty to sixty two and listen live online. Dana lash radio dot com. I hope he's still on the line because excellent there's a young man, a listener to the show Brian in Kansas City who says he just came back from Syria. And I understand you don't agree. What the president did Brian you care to explain. Sure, thanks for taking my call Sergio. I'm a career military guy getting close to retirement. So obviously nighttime. Multiple deployments been Iraq Afghanistan. To other countries. In my experience. And all I can do is talk about me and my experience, but my most recent deployment just came home from Liz in Syria, and I had the opportunity to work with the Syrian defence forces, which are primarily primarily led by the Kurdish white peachy. And I can tell you these guys are steadfast and resolute, they they are. They're amazing the hardships, they endured the hardships the Kurdish people. When I first came into Syria, you know, thirteen and then again in two thousand fifteen these guys stood up, and if it was not for our Kurdish allies over there. We would not have. Been able to fight as effectively as we did against ISIS. The problem is, you know, you have Turkey who who just absolutely despises the Kurds. And the moment we leave there. I really feel like we're leaving them out to outer drive. So I you know, and. And then. Brian. And again, Brian joining us on the data shows one of our listeners, he's from Kansas City and says, you know, career military for him, and he just came back from that region of the world and in Syria. But correct me if I'm wrong, the Kurds and others. They are the ones that are doing. They've been doing most of the fighting, right? It's not the US military our role. There was mostly what in training and. Or simply I mean, technically, we were there as a support advisory role the the Kurds. So so here's what's frustrating for me. I hear a lot of these people calling in and saying let these people fight for their own country. Well, that's exactly what they're doing. They are fighting for their country. But they don't have the military that we have. So we're simply providing support for them to go out and fight for their country. Does that make sense understood? But do you think that perhaps we could go down that route and provide them armament and weapons and food and all that that stuff to to get here. Here's the thing with the United States being there that is a huge deterrent from keeping Turkey coming in and wiping them out. They don't have the manpower to stand up against Turkey long as the United States has a present their Turkey is not going to come in and attack them so in. Here's the other thing that people need to keep in mind. I keep hearing people say I'm tired of Americans died overseas. And I am too. I've lost many friends, but I can tell you that you can count on one or two. Two hands. The number of Americans have died in Syria. From from from nine eleven to now, Iraq and Afghanistan has not been handled properly. I agree with that. There needs to be some policy changes made serious should be looked at as a probably a successful us because. Flared victory against ISIS defeated. Okay. But here's the problem. If we leave the reason they're defeated is because the Kurdish people have established their own at on this region called were Java. Though, I I'm gonna plead ignorance hall that I just follow it, just very superficially. And that's the problem. And I don't mean to be a jerk you I appreciate your taking my call. That might be as likely the same of many people that are worried about bigger fish to fry here in the US. You know what I mean? Okay. But what does the US gate we right now, we have a stable ally in the Kurdish autonomous region? What do we gain by pulling out and allowing Iran in Russia to come in and take that over and wipe out our Kurdish? Our what is the US gained by that? I just I don't know. I mean, I just think they the Kurds Syrians. Yes. A I know the Putin. He's he's putting in his two cents actually more than just two cents and supporting Assad, and yes, the Turks they want to go in there and do their own thing. But I don't know, man. I think maybe it's my bias here on the US Mexico border. I very much I-. I hitch my wagon to the Trump train, I believe we should we need to take care of our country. I yes, if if we were to decide I say, we as a country in policy in Washington, and we want to support the Kurds and give them. Which I don't think we should. I just think they need to determine their future. They need to determine the course of their future. And that's for them to figure out. I just I don't believe we should be everywhere. Like, for example, the whole Afghanistan thing, which frustrates me to no end. We're we've been seventeen years in Afghanistan. How we're doing nothing but top enough the poppy trade, and allowing Taliban. Make God knows how many millions of dollars in an opium trade. And the president says he wants to reduce that force down by seven thousand you you follow with the president. There. You think we should make that move? Yeah. I think it's definitely time for policy change in Afghanistan. And I support President Trump and a large amount of his issues. But it's okay to support President Trump and say when you're wrong, you're wrong. Yeah. I gotcha. Gotcha. You know, I I don't agree with the president and everything I can't believe this ridiculous. Skyrocketing federal deficit that we have right now and the Republicans all lawmakers Republicans up in DC. I can I can label each and every one of them no matter their part of the freedom caucus all rhinos right now. Unless you guys voted no on the on the recent Bill that puts us another trillion dollars in the hole. We need arrests spending bigger fish to fry here in our country, including this out of control spending up in DC. All right. Let me try to clear. More calls already fifteen minutes after the hour..

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"bunia" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"bunia" Discussed on The Canon

"Yeah i mean there's there's a strong case for that but i thought it was a little do she they kevin feige released a statement saying we have made them decision not to bring back edward norton to portray the title role of bruce banner in the avengers our decision is definitely not one based on monetary factors but instead rooted in the need for an actor who embodies the creativity and collaborative spirit of our other talented cast members me had was that necessarily i've never met had been norton so i'm just gonna say maybe i'm going to be that jerk who says he's always been really nice to me oh really yeah yeah but i'm sure you know look he's a super smart picky guy and i remember i think this is a pretty actually well known story but he kind of bragged about telling director i think it was brett ratner but i'm not sure he ever came out and said that that he told he said you're giving me like too much direction from now on only use one verb and one active which sounds like a dick thing to say but i also get you know you don't wanna get an actor's mind too much and you know give them two contradictory information so i'm trying to picture that go like run slower all the aid it really is they did do really good choice with roof low here fantastic to me hoke is the best character in this entire really is and it's the first time the person playing the hulk is also plane bruce banner he from what i understand like eric bunia didn't do like the mo cap and i don't think it were norton did either and i think it makes a huge difference and i just love his voice i love it's very soft hud very wobbly out i mean he just sounds like i don't know like like your history teacher in high school that nobody took seriously being like oh you know if you wanna know a little thing about my history teacher to not look like mark ruffalo.

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"bunia" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"bunia" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"1800flowerscom twitter v at espn radio adam goal angola junior 57 and uab really opened up a can of worms on this one i admitted to you guys that i you pancakes with my hands when i was a kid alley admitted to us that she eats pancakes with her hand still as an adult billy sale admitted that he microwaved baloney in peanut butter sandwiches when he was a kid pakistan low eats oranges like apples although new not with appeal because he's not an animal and big daddy strain tweets in and this is one we've asked to follow up question on my wife eat spaghetti with no sauce no sauce in all caps i am terrified at the prospect that that also includes new butter potentially because then you're talking about this sticky mess the alley you first had the audacity to mock this person and say how could they like it all sticky like that forgetting that eat the words you of used to describe your pancake consumption this morning have been truly horrifying i've heard floppy in congealed before five a m in a way i never wanted to in reference to pick eggs i know i yeah i would say you know be really weird to have the spaghetti because they would just stick together without the butter but then i was like wait a second my favorite part of the pancake is how it can jails the top my mouth when i go have butter sarah oh you just keep saying it's congealed ari and floppy add those that you add goes to the list of buzz words that no one really likes that we have to be out on both of those that has to be in moist territory when we talk about could geel in floppy in reference to pancakes but it's it's not even just that like a because you said you already pancakes in public anymore no because people think you're weird when he don't put butter are pancakes ours putter sarah bunia pancakes but you know it's weird that you think that's who weird part like it's not weird that you do that if you if you can with a four can knife still no one would look at you with the fact that you've got pancakes flopping around all willy nilly and you're just trying to nibble on them so that they can heal its terrifying it's not the dryness i feel like maybe in a.

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"bunia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"bunia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The us senate has passed a twoyear budget agreement that would boost federal spending by three hundred billion dollars and suspend the debt ceiling for a year that's as lawmakers seek to end a partial government shutdown that began at midnight washington time after congress missed a funding deadline in our moves to the republicans hold house where a vote is planned for the coming hours here a in europe meanwhile another round of brexit talks wraps up in brussels today the negotiations have done little to reassure investors that britain world crash out of the european union in thirteen months time bloomberg editor neko's chris harris has the latest from brussels the blokes chief negotiator he better here is your debris clip orders other around twelve thirty local time in browsers after three days of talks which mostly focused on the at that the transition period after the uk's withdrawal from the union mr bunia is likely to ward and once again the time is running short to agree of these transitional arrangements though the usual compromising stance and the divisions within the uk cabinet mean that deadlines may keep sleeping in but i sense makers alert asked bloomberg daybreak corporate news broke com has strongly urged takeovertarget qualcomm to meet with it this weekend thus off to call comes board unanimously rejected a race baiters one hundred twenty one billion dollars saying the hostile offer quote materially undervalues unfolds well short of the firm regulatory commitment needed to gain approval for such a transaction in response worldcom reiterated that its approach the largest technology by our attempt in history is the best and final it will make too a p moeller maersk has predicted that its profit for next year will grow as much as forty three percent that's off to the owners of the world's biggest shipping company fell short of meeting expectations in 2017 the company said 2018 eib it doll will be in the range of four billion dollars to five billion dollars and ap moeller maersk co silence skau is speaking to bloomberg television in an exclusive interview that interview coming up right now blue button tv and let's also took e3 what's happening outside the world of business and finance narra you have all the headline ig mark heskitt winter olympics kicks off today in south korea jo john one minister of culture sports and tourism exclusively told bloomberg that he expects the economic benefits to be in.

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"bunia" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"bunia" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Main story full the telegraph is the call from campaign is that suffrage at to a jailed while fighting to win the vote shoot for women should be pardoned for their crimes more than a hundred of more than a thousand women were arrested in many were imprisoned during the battle for equality today the full sit societies while his relatives of the suffragette and senior tory mps are calling on the home secretary to overturn their convictions sam smothers of the faucet society says suffragette activism was a noble cause and many of them became political prisoners it would be a fitting tribute to pardon them now the times and the daily mirror both lead on the reaction from a downing street to a tweet trump tweet donald trump yesterday tweeted that the democrats pushing vunerable universal health care while thousands of people are marching in the uk because they use their system is gearing broken not working while it prompted a fairly sharp response from health secretary joint jeremy hunt which has been supported by downing street entity the head of the nhs assignment stevens is also intervene basically inviting up president trump to come and look it system that he says delivers at half the cost of the us system are the main stories for the front pages of the papers them chris gradings comments yesterday the lead for the guardian that each case ray line may return at to the public sector for the second time in a decade the government said yesterday the virgin trains had breached its three point three billion pound contract and also on the front page of the in bunia warms uk on trade barriers a self two of the meeting between david davis and michelle bunia yesterday downing street he has warned that britain will inevitably face barriers to trade in both goods and services if it chooses to leave the customs union and a single market the two sides of oilseed crops as the guardian of the question of an implementation period as officials made it clear that prime minister may dimond feet eu citizens arriving in britain during the.

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"bunia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"bunia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of new jobs at enormous investments to their workers the uk brenton sick of tree david davis says if government is very clear on what it wants out of talks that came as he met you chief negotiator michel barnier in london for the first time this here but bunia had this message for the uk without the customs union for the alongside the secret market barriers trained on goods and services another example i a school complete choice global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm like lynch in this is doing to them okay now that's gatete juliette in singapore broz as we know it is not a great day for those long in the markets we all think quite a lot of weight and it's coming through the regional index having its biggest drop with st since oldest 2015 worth noting though it is only holding at levels that we saw back in december so we have to remember that a lot of these markets is still trading at near record or multiyear highs and we've been speaking of close to a number of economists and analysts across bloomberg television and radio today norman chen from orient a private wealth telling me this is just a correction there is a lot of cash on the sidelines so mirroring what we heard of calls from ray delio but of course the volatility certainly seems to be here to stay and that is something that we haven't seen for some time the other point worth noting is that this is such a huge selloff based on virtually nothing we are seeing most markets down the most since the brakes at five but we haven't seen anything like a us presidential election or a break that said that is what i guess he's concerning a lot of investors morgan stanley today downgrading the it sector in asia saying that uh it remains to an equal weight she who a possible slowdown in revenue so you have to coming under quite a bit of selling pressure off by almost five percent really reflected in those apple supplies in taiwan they do remain all the way financial so saying that values stokes who continue to outperform growth stocks you can see financials as a whole though still off by about four point seven percent today when we switch it out.

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"bunia" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"bunia" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"Oh no drew has park in these are the gel joints cozy borja you've got to get it sorted out once he blocked for because he did give me kid joint dollar joins rains mcqueen tom bunia removed you know me god is still toll fucking fake terms as they are out of the red last task where she got to work or her two and a heavy toll after the begrudge him uh because when of steel girders virtues dollar okay shame name answer still address here is something you here girl like in the heat of the moments limiting activity that is one of those ones brought up jess maybe we would like the laughing emoji behind delays i ha that laugh there's a lot of pain behind above gene actual pay through hey they'll do when the club is because he to drug lou you i would it be beyond the substance to me shuttle blue biggest will be joins me no what it is low loves eating what happened is anything i'll have to say what we everything added we've rain dumped already dr levin show when the thursday on of iceland's right but the i think in response to donald trump shahal commentary a man dan boycotting the mano year came out spicy and was just as prices he could be lear his spices like a little grant they'll have are low wild wings of intensity meter in the middle bears hunting barbecue let me pepper move.

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"bunia" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"bunia" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Vote like i can't leave anywhere but count and because we live there most in the mirror the perimeter it we want to get the blank added dr use yes all what how yes so you two or more than walking we can switch house yeah works denial to your title bar you not to touch the bar you're white that brown liquor though she likes to say yes can you could drink all my bourbon he'll burn all the verbal butler gosh bilateral trade houses house that sounds can't wait for the fanfare what are what will our cities look like one in front of events will be going down how can we be involved be we should be down there just with the parties and everything is a fun atmosphere come on jas new watch u s mascots sure you can be the luhn okay and oh hey we can do with someone can be paul bunia in loans the blue lacks down our ally who are going to be a walleye dawn dress up like the the the war low hitting the wall i on you're gonna be a giant fish yes that's a nice warned cussin' you could win a lot of in its alexa let's put it'd be what lecture i'll be prince be some cool i don't want to be a wall stop you could be bob dylan no i would like can you heal gay okay above fried wall it used to be a basket of new big break with your emolument dc mc here's better occasion for that i know i need some willing a little bit like had like this whole we can like kind of sad for no reason i know they're visit i feel like chemically sad.

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

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:39 min | 3 years ago

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

"All the back door real vessels show shows me is joe describing what this joe is about and why do it to begin with i mean covered there uh that i don't even want to buy individual stock you own a diversified index fun and on enough to make it so it's always going to be the biggest part of your savings never stocks we'll call this show mad money from nothing we are using mad money only to buy stocks the rest goes into index next to learn how not to invest buying a stock national video ignorant we threw a tip from a broker via brother and then roddie and all the way up and then all the way down that wouldn't have with an index fun but we respect the right everyone has to try to invest in individual stocks even as we recognize that my father had need diversified xfinity existed back then or at least a basket of stocks but had a lot more show for which brings me to the second stock object lesson of the night american agra phnom ex initially when i got out of school and knock trends reporter covering sports and government tallahassee or mid one hundred two hundred fifty three dollars week and then homicide an la it ruining some works from my coverage of ted bunia murders in the florida capital i didn't make much money either there but i knew to open an ira into save money my dad toby do so whatever little money i had automatically went to the fidelity magellan mutual fund that was run by peter lynch the best investor mistake but like my dad was i was determined to try to augment that mutual fund mi paycheck by buying individual stocks for personal cap however i i was going to do it the white way by researching the stocks guinea edged through the re.

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"bunia" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"bunia" Discussed on KQED Radio

"1970s and 80s it sheltered refugees from the eastern bloc now most of the people are ambiance and you see these from iraq manager at all that let's mice that has spent three decades working here all these people were in a search for a better life that the common denominator some of them were just economic migrants while also fan art of these people were escaping from the water closeted and when it comes to safa he's engaged in everyday work here by his presence since it's much easier to communicate with the people who speak arabic here's early proven to be very dedicated he likes really to first of all caldes people together with us and number two uh he wants also to has the he's they fueled up a father the blue box with a bright smile lights up selfless face is he talks about the kids and young people who have passed through these camp some of them have called him father although he's entitled to look for a real job outside the center and leave ver ever he pleases suffer his never really wanted to leave his messy room in bunia covili after air this might carry all i see my every day i see my son everyday i see by mitch i wife bye bye i see my people as for he is real family the old iraqi seems resigned his wife and son are meanwhile doing great in san francisco that's life he says so we'll he ever leave the center theniet if you don't match by this date home for a few months she can't go all site much the serbian word for a cat he does late goal sake she don't at the to go site this war please if musk ice the among other we have h d w bunia covina next we had to scotland's largest city glasgow where asylum seekers refugees and other migrants are assimilating into that new communities with help from a local charity muggy lenin's says off.

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"bunia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"bunia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Commitments made in brussels on friday but then this morning he's been talking to lbc in saying that the deal has been struck is legally enforceable as if he's been that may be wrapped over the knuckles little bit aboard we learned for you right so this one clause in this agreement that was struck on friday that's causing all kinds of trouble and it's basically a full back options so that if a deal isn't struck which allows the border in the on the olive on into remain open then basically what the agreement says is that the uk will remain aligned with eu regulation two two key that border open now so the people who want breaks it to be rather softer sort of let tony says an opportunity as a route towards getting their self brexit and the probe brexit elements of the conservative party are slightly anxious so there was some reports in the weekend papers that the the the pro breaks brexit supporters have been told don't worry about it it's not normally binding it's dinner is just meaningless and in fact david davis on sunday came out and said it's more of a statement of intent than a heart that a firm commitment the irish have responded they didn't take much time to respond they've said that indeed this is a firm commitment in the eu agrees that his firm commitment so we shall see the the sharp as the eu leaders of right hand men are meeting in brussels today we'll see if this is sort of register with them at all of the orthodox put it down to serve domestic political noise what's clear is that may have to sort of maintained who setting sentence kind of ambiguity as as she goes through this process she's having a cabinet meeting today we'll see whether there's any noise there on she'll be in parliament later on as well here by side seemed full back on that nothing is agreed until everything is agreed line when it suits that position of we've had it for michelle bunia now we're hearing it from that david davis libai's use that line occasionally don't they so regulatory alignment that.

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"bunia" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"bunia" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Why are they not giving us the whole thing is like giving us two pieces of bread and calling it a sandwich well here here the soviet say they know they believe it was a conspiracy they do their own investigation apparently twice j edgar hoover said it is imperative that the american public believe that this was the lone the act of leave harvey oswald now it doesn't say he didn't say this is twice lee harvey oswald did it we notice he said it's imperative that the american public believe that this was the act of one lone crazed gunman yet which you know may maybe of maybe it is the archives razor thank the simplest answer is just what it was right learn i don't know the fact that they still left three hundred leading in saint undisclosed he's not doing anything to help me trust my government bunia i'm sure most of the ages that were in that sake cuba i'll ton of stuff on cuba ton of stuff on cuba so anyway maybe we'll know come april april twenty six when trump says they have to convince him that he should keep everything classified so i'd love to do here still not halloween yet but hey we can lean on for a little bit this is free download this is theme song the stranger things home coops today untold story of the market is it that cool it really is golf season was really good yeah okay i'll watch it french at france fight us on facebook at french and france more coming up this inspirational moment is brought to you by the behind house of worship in the light of unity festival hi this is pete today's virtue is excellence excellence is giving our best in any task we do and in every relationship we have it is effort guided by noble purpose within us are many possibilities excellence homes are talents and turns them into gifts for for the world each time we do something we seek to improve and keep raising the bar excellence requires us to practice humility by learning from our mistakes the perfection of a seed is its fruit excellence in our lives brings our gifts to fruition the behind scriptures tell us that edge occasion is the indispensable foundation of all human excellence the public is invited to a free concert friday evening october 20th at seven thirty pm come here the first ever collaboration between the.

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"bunia" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"bunia" Discussed on WJR 760

"Let's go to seth duma now with tara samuel coach another win at the big house this time over a top10 ranked team what is it about this spartans when they come here brings out the best in them because the tonio we believe no we was marks you know and he's russ but we believe in when they believe in and said they believe in this program don't care where we go we gotta dudes thank you coaching congratulations on the land mark gearan tonio is now eight and three against michigan but how about this he is four and one at michigan stadia how about there how 'bout that a huge win for the greeted white they were stand that challenge they had their opportunities late and they threw it into the end zone on the last play of the game yeah i was maximum effort on both sides of the ball my opinion there with michigan state you know getting the better of him in this game 5 turnovers a story of joe bochy on hero hero we says newman his joe another win over michigan this time against the top10 ranked team nobody believed that in ten point underdogs for you guys believe you solve didn't you boil coming ever ganthia ruin now them and tell you come here wanted hear paul backing no grounds mighty line they put a great game of defense slide around him beslan atmosphere ponta to be here but a lot of big hits in the rain low story does get much better his does it in malaga just joe in back to you george thank you gentlemen joe bochy what are the sport heroes another sparked hero as day paul bunia he'll be at this scandal larest football sitter at the delfi dority football building it ease lansing at the tire tv's roddick down through the southwest corner here throwing celebrated with the to celebrate with a greeted white faithful they got paul bunia months we as they sparked hellbent on that'll white variety with the greaves ripe that they boarded i rose guys played like warriors today that's what spartans are warriors that was a twelve round fight again back the.

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"bunia" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"bunia" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Of life a lot of adversity denied crappy little pablo galloway aim at roker but originally they came out they offer quarterbacks dark secondhalf wonder picked running back it went down but they thought they wait and came back scored three touchdowns in the last quarter could pull out that i'll cut the way in 30 picker twenty fake i you s player of the game for the dragons safe alabama partner very mcgeer an addict addicott concrete can therefore now but we have to go away grab bake your in your avner five pm our pounds goes both ways but is off well carry nine yards and one touchdown and he would be aaron of fort coroner come back from stands on fire short in one feet kirk iran to really put the game away i who's up next week four dewitt next week we've got another hongui were welcome the crawford eagles really looking forward to it ballgame it ought to be something really good they wait i'd wonku fact back offers almost near and they ought to have a lot of momentum after the wind tonight they release should says make sure you call us after that when we will speak to you next friday evening we'll do i have a great weekend hi leslie add back damn south jay bunia word had watson chapel the the denied jay watson chapel wins that forty three to fifteen yeah first of all wrecks on i wish my man john hey the half birthday this is a guy could handle chrome call two hours is knocking at get into s this is the.

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"bunia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"bunia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Playoffs last year with all of that being said these two teams had the worth losses of we want to me it's a good we talked about texas lose instead of jacks and the biggles get shut out by the ravens they're scored is weekend completely shut out the aj grain oh they have so many weapons at one of the things that if you really want to know about football you should just subscribe to the nickel package podcast it's a it's a podcast five days a week by this great company and i may or may not be featured on the tuesday show with john in bunia mckeown foty it kids in interview with someone who calls the bank was very closely and while they do have all these different weapons in still positions they have a brand new line in that line is just not protecting their quarterback we know it's causing all these problems and they have three basque that they light bernardin hill a drafted mixson the quarterback that you've talked about as andy dalton salt again they have weapons they still shouldn't be begin shut out what what all of that being said i'm taken the bank of the way in game two ooh interesting i wonder who's gonna win this game like i'm glad i don't bet on sport is absolutely no idea what can happen the bengals are home which i think should be nice them but here's a step or eighty dollars had eight point six total qb are weak one zero six i don't know the algorithm that creates the kubicki qpr number but i know that point six cannot be good i don't even know it's possible to get lower than that it was the third worst in the history of the metric since two thousand six what a tech to score seven points last week in the bingo scored zero so i think playing at home they're going to be a lot more energized short week whomever win and this is why i think nfl player should really just choose to strike strike here however will no doubt about it you remember when we respected the fact that the game was so physical that they needed a wish that he media week humanitarianaid play a game on sunday a play another one on thursday now think about this really hosoda wasn't that long ago in my mind like does.

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"bunia" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"bunia" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The handling of this by the commission's chief negotiator michel bunny is too inflexible immature bunia each working on behalf also do european cones i think he's forty backed by germany by france and by most of the the the older condition if not all the countries so when there is a reproach to make you can't make each new michelle bunia for the european union at this moment than it will not change the unity of the twenty seven is the most important thing so these build a question of flexibility to and and so all the position of the european union aesthetic clear the position of the uk government is not so clear and in some dm is not clear at all uh an if you dated approaches made about flexibility the deal the site is asking for much more clarity but so do you think that mean clearly the uk's make clear that by october they would like to start talking about the future relationship would you say that's impossible at the given what you're saying at the moment a at the most of the observers draw dicle old drawing the conclusion that at this stage of the negotiation of course that is not sufficient progress achieved rexach minister says look these discussions about the bill we lost for one year and a half how can you then say say that the that the would be sufficient progress and you rule out at happening by october i've noted negotiator i listen to what the light what i hear what i'm reading in the press the chelsea's that we already know ctober or in the neighborhood of zero and by december let's hope that we have a breakthrough latest declarations though note reassuring butler let's hope so what you don't even think that by december we'll be talking about the future relationship if there is no breakthrough for instance all the old the financial settlement but i suggesting the joe settlement has to be all done and dusted in agreed within the next few months i that there is an agreement will know methodology and then you will have for epat lien agreement on all the rest but if you don't have that kind of agreement the now don't see how can you call this sufficient progress people are throwing around sums like 50 billion pounds since for the that.

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"bunia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"bunia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Asking you to sign up to a policy that even people in the government don't seem to know very much about while at the same time pressure proposing an immigration strategy that those business leaders believe would do their business islam suggests that the the shall we say message discipline is a little bit thin in downing street cleansing process say seems to be seen as at too late a plan and if we look at the front page of the financial times tomorrow eight deals with these at the cycle executives resisting downing street strongarm bed for brexit backing a gay that that the footsie100 aides have gone no in the really the reason was because the cbi has been trying to drum up support for a rival letter says the efdi warning the government that it's running out of time to get a good deal we are nearly onequarter of the way now through the two year period for negotiation that was triggered when article fifty was triggered at the end of march david davis brexit secretary when he spoke in the commons yesterday said there have been problems noone said it would be easy that is worth pointing out he was one of the people who kept saying how easy it would be during the referendum campaign and now has the task of actually delivering it there is a sense the the government still doesn't have a handle on what actually is a good outcome that they are pursuing and that they'll it's a scattergun approach that they are throwing out ideas lightly immigration a proposal that that was leaked last night light the conversations about transitional periods without explaining what they would cover all how long they would be in the hope but something gets a warm response from michelle bunia in the eu delegation mr bunyan his on his people are the same time of saying look we want a warm response signed the check for the divorce spell which the british government will never do because it's the only called they have though with my british government hats on for second there are as many people on the other side of the channel who are playing to the crowd as there are in britain british government ministers lock pigheaded arrogant refusing to face reality.

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