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"emeric" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"emeric" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Listening to rush's week in review growing protests all over the fruit in Blaine Emeric enviable demanding that their states are open for business this is single handedly being blamed for these projects now the difference is it most being blamed for some areas would gladly accept the blame would gladly accept the responsibility most host when the light being thought of as having that kind of power on the other hand Rush Limbaugh America's real anchorman I don't really know that I have this kind of power and I have not I have not urged one protest I never do this I don't urge people to call Congress I did it one time to show what would happen if I did it we shut down the switchboard I do not do this I do not do activism on the radio I don't I've never told people to cut up there Exxon credit cards and send them somewhere I just don't do it because I believe you people have enough intelligence and self minded listen to what you want to do you are not my number robots and this on going allegations that all right your host I'm responsible for the protest is essentially an attempt to say that all of you who are demanding that your state to open up the economy you're nothing but a bunch of mine of robots which they've been saying about US census program debuted in nineteen eighty eight but you're essentially brain dead that I MAS vending Dolly pied Piper you tune in here every day to find out what you think do you want to do I want to be mad about and of course it's ridiculously absurd day for thirty one years this accusation slash allegation has been made for thirty one years they know they're lying about it the media for thirty one years they know they're making it up but it has become I mean it's not it's not a cliche it's become a narrative I grab audio sound bite number seven I want to thank fellow broadcast colleague Tucker Carlson Chatsworth Osborne junior known affectionately here on his fox program last night I tried to put this in perspective we have protests against lockdowns across this country you may like them you may not but what does that tell you why are they happening did Rush Limbaugh do all that no he didn't here's the truth if Americans had confidence in the government's response to this virus was wise and thoughtful and thoroughly rooted in science he wouldn't be protesting against those decisions in the numbers they are but they don't believe that and they don't believe it for good reason exactly right now I get most hosts I would be arguing with Tucker Carlson if if if they have been blamed for causing the protests and Tucker Carlson I got nothing to do with it they be insulting Tucker Carlson is not knowing what he's talking about let's see my friends I am not I'm not burdened or shackled or distracted by a silly little ego requirements and some people have to tell themselves they matter I know I matter so I did it ticks me off it literally takes me because what it is ultimately is is an insult to all of you and to the people prone to and of course when ever the left protests which is a way of life we never hear anybody blame for it there and then the people they are pro testing isn't it fascinating when the website's protesting something it's always the fault of the people there protesting the protesters are right the protesters must be listening to the protesters have just call whenever there are anti government protests anti Medicare anti governor anti Washington protests one of the protesters are my number about stupid idiots don't even know what they're protesting they're just following orders issued to them by in St conservative media and you can book it every time it happens the reason these protests are happening is people are fed up they want to go back to work and I look you can't suppress the nose the left you know they they might think if they ignore what we have learned from the Stanford research in Santa Clara county and just repeat that if you missed it yesterday so researchers at Stanford University inferred Stanford is not Hillsdale college it's not I hated right wing institution it's a very very long ten protected esteem the left wing Citadelle in academe and they censor researchers out to Santa Clara county and they found that the infection rate is fifty to eighty five times higher than the official reported number the death rate the number of deaths is the same it means that if if the infection rate is fifty to eighty five times higher it means the mortality rate for covered nineteen is way way down in Lincoln all one point oh one to putting in the neighborhood of the flow it means if that many people in Santa Clara county have have the disease but exposed to have antibodies or they didn't know they had it it means a lot of people get this infection and don't even know where they can be contagious lot of people get it who do suffer from it the key number then following that is hospitalizations and hospitalizations are weighed down third band in one place and that would be the New York metro area and Dennis Prager here's a piece of data American greatness and has an excellent question can I share with you a question the Dennis Prager asks if half of the country's deaths we're in Montana would New York City shut down if half the nation's deaths were in Missouri if half of the nation's deaths were in North Dakota or something or pick a state they've never even heard of you know like what does the met with Wyoming Hey why don't well while he's got a couple left wing citizen there the ticket standpoint as pic a state and if half the deaths were coming from as they would know Yorkshire double governor Cuomo shut down with the rest of the country shut down according to The New York Times corona virus report on Sunday at two forty eight PM eastern time there were thirty five thousand six hundred seventy six covert nineteen deaths in the U. S. of those eighteen thousand or in the New York metro area another numbers forty two thousand now still the percentage of deaths nationwide over half of them are in the New York metro area fifty two percent of all deaths occur in New York metro area now let's imagine if the reverse were true imagine that Georgia North Carolina two contiguous states like the New York metro area let's see Georgia North Carolina had a combined total of twenty one million people Hey dad eighteen thousand six hundred ninety coronavirus doubts while metro New York at only a hundred and fifty eight which is the number of deaths in North Carolina and Georgia combined this.

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"emeric" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"emeric" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Tracks hurry to buy Ford now dot com or head to your local Ford dealer take a test drive today Kyra radio real time traffic and treat the Taylor through this evening will be mainly clear tomorrow though more clouds and by afternoon the outside chance of a shower coming through I doubt that has much impact for the hawks game but temperatures are going to be down in the seventies to around eighty tomorrow I'm Cairo seven chief meteorologist Morgan Paul lots of sunshine eighty six degrees outside the Carter Subaru studios I celebrating download our app to listen on your smartphone Cairo radio ninety seven three FM news and talk powered by the Pacific Northwest it's time to sound off Katie my can talk show so one of the people from this busters died in a jet car crash trying to break the world speed record in Oregon candy will tell us about that with asking on the Allman training academy takes on at nine eight nine seven three they did you wrong you got them back what your pay back story in the reason we're doing as there's a couple of pay back stories all one has to do with the stolen valor thing which is illegal people pretending to be veterans are pretending to have bins in a serve the country there were two guys Ryan Patrick Morrison Troy Allen Nelson I'd go before judge Pinsky they had decided to lie about being a veterans of Afghanistan and Iraq they went after benefits for that for folks who did serve so couple things they have to do personally hand write the names of all six hundred and are six thousand seven fifty six Americans killed in Iraq and Afghanistan personally hand write the obituaries of forty Montanans because this happened a Montana killed in Iraq and Afghanistan partially hand write letters of apology identifying themselves as having lied about military service to the American Legion Emeric invest disabled veterans of America number of groups like this the judge also side both men Fortin forty one hours of community service one hour each for all for the Montanans killed in combat since the Korean War and the one guy yes to a Montana memorials veteran for eight hours at each memorial and veteran's day.

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"emeric" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"emeric" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"So we have vote we had blowback from usual skeptics amazing. Randy's Jolan believe in is pay. But the CIA Defense Intelligence Agency the FBI NASA. Army intelligence navy intelligence, though, we worked we worked for every intelligence agency in the government everybody tasks for us to do. We was looked in on the Iranian hostages. They wanted to know. Can you tell us about the person the envelope? When we didn't know anything about it at all somebody from chief, David operation. Jake Stewart who they cap navy captain came. Instead, tell us about the person is Emma lope and the psychic said, well this guy in the dark. It is very sick is dying at hardly walk. You looks like he's gonna die. But wait a minute. I see him walking out of this place into the sunshine. That's what I get those a ten minute remote viewing very very sick. But he's walking into the light two days later. We learned that this guy was Richard Queen Emeric ambassador do Iran who's one of the house to end because he had come down with multiple sclerosis the Iranians were releasing him, and he was gonna fly the two days off to Oxford Germany to go to the hospital. So we knew two days in advance. The guy was sick. He was dying. But it is going to be released in with safely go to the hospital in a live several more years. But that that's typical our day SRI people from very high Jake Stewart at very high level navy intelligence guy in people will just pop in with a task Chris to do could be from the CIA or the navy or NASA, they'd wanna know, something the NASDAQ task we were building an ESP teaching machine, and I should mention that was a successful project in my ESP trainer is still alive at I tunes. So if you go to the your your little, Apple, computer, right? You can you can download ESP trainer in heavy four choice scheduled that I made for NASA to help people develop their abilities. I want to add one thing to what you were asking, Chris, which is the when Russell my I sat down to talk about making third I spies. I asked him. You know me thinking just kind of as a storyteller. I asked him, you know, who's the villain of the piece. You know, like like what what is the thing that you were sort of fighting against you know, is it just as the Soviets. I mean, were you worried about the Soviets in them, you know, taking you out or something? I mean, what was really the villain? He thought about it for a minute. He said dogma, you know, I it was the scientific and the religious dogma within the intelligence community itself. You know, the that they they really when you talk about blowback I think that's kind of blowback that they got. And I actually when he said that I thought I don't know if that's really, you know, something that would really hold you back because the evidence you're getting is so incredible. But it was only after speaking to almost everyone, you know, that we spoke with who all came back with sort of almost a hesitancy to to talk about this. Not because they didn't know nothing because they didn't think it was valid or real. But because they had all experienced some sort of dog Matic skepticism and not just from sort of like, the typical skeptical community, but from inside government, I mean, you know, in the film can crest tells a story about how you know, he was taking all of this really great information and data to his superiors and at first they couldn't even get analysts to look at it. Because the analysts were saying, oh, we don't believe in this, or or, you know, this this could be the devil or this could be right. You know, something horrible, you know, and I was shocked by that. Because we we were literally accused of working with the Christ. Okay. So I want to hear who in the government was accused of you working with the anti Christ sounds, very creepy. But before we find out let me say, thanks to another fine talk as Jericho sponsor who's making.

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"emeric" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"emeric" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"It's land-use changes its argricultural intensification, and all of these factors combined which are ganging up on species and making it very hard for them to continue on their journey with us, professor Wagner. We're right at the end of twenty eighteen and we're going to be entering the twenty twenty two twenty thirty decades soon. What is the worst case if scientists around the world working with political forces cannot understand or get some kind of control on the rapid decline of insects? The worst case scenario is we have spring without songbirds. We have a planet diminished in all wildflowers. And so we have a very drab boring nature. We start losing almost all of the small mammals and birds and bats fish reptiles amphibians that are dependent on insects. We start seeing the unraveling of ecosystems we see less food available for people. We see Kerry and building up along roads we have Deng accumulating in our yards. It's not a pretty world. Nobody wants to live in it. Yeah. The sixth mass extinction. This time around it is in volcanoes. It isn't sheets of ice. It isn't a large asteroid. It's us humans tariff warming, the planet and changing the atmosphere and the oceans and the land and at the end of November the New York Times took on this subject in a feature entitled the insect. Apocalypse is here and ask what does a massive insect? Decline means for the rest of life on earth, and the author Brooke Jarvis wrote quote, but we're losing is not just the diversity part of biodiversity, but the bio part life in sheer quantity. And you said while I was writing this article scientists learned that one the world's largest king. Penguin colony shrank by eighty. Eight percent in the last thirty five years more than ninety seven percent is almost one hundred percent extinction. Over ninety percent of blue fin tuna that once lived in the oceans are gone. Very interesting statistic that the number of toy giraffe sold in France in a single year is now nine times, the number of all giraffes that still live in Africa. And that a loss of even thirty percent of a species abundance can be so destabilizing that other species start going fully Emeric Louis extinct close quote. Well, we could ask ourselves. What does give a creature value from a human to Dragonfly and a lot of people say, well, it's the ones that are have weight and territory. But maybe George it's the beauty and the grace and the vibrancy of a living soul, and that we can't lose that on this planet. Maybe Linda that would be dramatic. If we could do that and get this all straightened out. He it. How much time we have talking to professor Wagner who is a really down to earth. Scientist. I get the impression from him, and I have from other scientists, but I think he feels that by the twenty thirties to the twenty forty and that's not very long that we're going to be having more and more violent weather, the extinction rates are going to be increasing. And that the only thing that might pull this back is what the United Nations has been trying to get the world to do now for two or three decades. And that is if we could just cut back on the carbon dioxide in the methane and just hold a line that we wouldn't exceed that two degrees celsius. Then it might help stabilize the planet. Otherwise, every scientist says we are that we are up against what are called tipping point. And that's when whatever is changing in the atmosphere. The water the land, the water has been absorbing a lot of his heat and things are dying because of that and that with it comes a point where the changes begin to accelerate past us being able to have any impact faster and faster and faster up next. The secret astronaut. He's NewsRadio twelve hundred w San Antonio. And I heart radio station. Morgan montalvo. Here are some of the stories we're following bear county..

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"emeric" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"emeric" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"As a young person and now and her complaints been that the her lawyer has tried to get in touch with the Grassley committee and keeps getting put off the Grassley staff keep saying, yeah, we'll get back to you, but that she's had no opportunity to speak to the staff and what wouldn't the committee want to hear from her privately publicly would ever talked to her attorneys. Hear her story before vote takes place on Friday. Well, that's not what the staff tells me Andrea. And again, I'm talking to the staff appointed by Senator Grassley because the staff appointed by Senator Feinstein has been instructed not to participate. But I asked point blank our staff, and I was told that our staff had tried repeatedly to reach MS Ramirez's council. They finally got through. Through to the council. The council said we do not have a statement to make read the New Yorker. Well, I have read the New Yorker information I have to go on is understand it. No one who there were a lot of people at the alleged party. No one either recalls. It says it happened that MS Ramirez is best friend through her four years at Yale. Never recalls MS Ramirez talking about this now. I, I've never met Misra marrow's. I don't know her. I'm not calling her Meyer, but I was told go, read the New Yorker with all due respect. My constitution does not say that the New Yorker gets to advise and consent. It says the Senate does, and that's why I won't to here. I handle all of this information, but there's got to be a modicum of cooperation. I really appreciate this interview. This has been fascinating and I urge people on both sides of this issue, no matter who used to port or what side of the all your on to watch this again. We're all considering the position that these women are in. I think we're top its stuff. You're also in a position where you're trying to take in all this information. You have to make a decision on it. And we really appreciate your your candor this morning. Thank you. Draw Senator Senator John Kennedy. Thank you very much. While we've been talking here, the attorney for Debbie Ramirez, talking to savannah across the today, show said she would be willing to testify. He said it wouldn't surprise me if she would do it even without the promise of an f. b. i. investigation. The other aspect of the interview. And so that Kennedy's affair man can tell his fear men, but just his appearance this morning, but he was, you know, going on about how he hates to see the supreme court engage in four, four ties and everything. I realized he was not in the United States Senate when this occurred Emeric garland set in the sidelines without even a metering for nine months. I know there's a lot of things to consider its why you can't just sort of Zing something out in a minute or less. You got a lot of conversation really draw out. There's a lot of challenges here. Thanks for listening to the morning. Joe podcast for more great MSNBC podcasts subscribe now on tune-in..

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"emeric" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"emeric" Discussed on KTRH

"State university professor at the time ever j earlier reflecting emeric aristotle's observation wrote a radical change in the character of the citizens would be tantamount to a regime change just as surely as a revolution in its political principles so folks the government therefore is not only justified but obligated to qualify immigration to those most likely to contribute to the wellbeing of the civil society and to create the conditions in which aliens have different backgrounds can be absorbed into the american culture through assimilation now history in nineteen 65 as part of the great society and the democrats controlled everything by super majorities this status did in fact lay the foundation for radically altering the character of american society and the relationship of the governed to their government when he signed the hartselle arrack president lyndon johnson said this bill that we will sign today is not a revolutionary bill it does not affect the lives of millions it will not reshape the structure of our daily lives a really add importantly to either our wealth or our power and during the debate the debate over the bill on the floor of the senate senator ted kennedy claimed airfast anyway first our cities will not be flooded with a million immigrants annually under the proposed bill the present level of immigration remain substantially the same secondly he said the ethnic mix of the country will not be upset contrary to the charges in some quarters the bill will not inundate america with immigrants from one country or area or the most populated in economically deprived nations of africa and asia.

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"emeric" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"emeric" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Global nine jeff wtmj radio in a about an hour time is a little bit flexible we are going to be joined by united states senator ron johnson for talk to him about a number of things including the void more controversy this proposal in the us senate to kill the obamacare mandate as part of tax reform and um some allegations about sexual harassment in the workplace in congress that a lot more can coming up by gave britain a little bit fluid because uh senator johnson as a meeting but tentatively rescheduled talked to him a round one ten in the afternoon about an hour from now all right we start off today's show like we start off every show three big things all right now i want to give you a little advance warning here want to give you a little bit when i do not want to shock anybody so if you're driving around you might wanna put both hands on the wheel because i am going to play for you a song which is at the center of a controversy now this particular song well i'll tell you a little better about it in a minute but but here here is the song that is creating all the controversy oh sill the suit the still bad gone louis the decency zillow then got these big soon so bad loan dollo lean those are planned in navy through under la who had cadre sir the golden bear god soon bank be so bad for these the early who in june 8th dak gheng john note so glad storms go that way hole and so job the battle he is still being okay i hope i prasong apologize in advance if i am shocked and defended you but you know sometimes if you're going to do an adult told radio show unita sometimes i i say wrecked wagner's rule of life number one life is tough get a helmet that is a song called cotton needs picket it is i don't know where the song originated i can tell you this it's some registered the song was registered in nineteen thirty eight in the library of congress as as an emeric american folk songs so this is it is.

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"emeric" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"emeric" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Arkansas fairways greens bob steel jonny krause and jay fox was with us we've ask him to hang up to clear open a phone line so the shawn estes taylor can call us and china we have no call as of yet we were we we ready to hear from our on this reading up on this aim bob or re wind or the fallen ben event was the final four fall 2017 third time in program it three razorbacked could one pretournament they did it who your three years ago in third in fourteen campaign and in 2010 2011 um that high their top player alana uriel second play hi there is our bird up five finished the year one of the things out laura look forward to that coach goes taylor is when you start assembling a team do you see this hype and six cellphone nor rise and do you really realize how can we early on you've got to tiger by the tail year with some real it you know that's a i think a great question for her charlie i was thinking the same thing she's head some of these players for a while and they have developed in do tremendous players and she's got to get some of the credit for that she sees the town before it never gets on campus and then she develops a town when it gets there listen to this one is successful fall they had three wins in the fall and if you count their fourthplace finish in one of the events because they play four they had four topfour finishes course three those tough four were first and then two times the medallists came from the university of arkansas team they were eighty six under par in four events and in one of van alone they were twenty two under par which tied in inssee aa record and the curley golf week has them ranked as the number one team in the country and that is the place everyone goes for the college rankings and they also had the number one player in the country yeah exactly you were talking about why arkansas number one he goes beyond the rebic alone bob i'm looking at how they did in the almambet a snow permanent emeric envoy arkansas combined rebate unique three day total twenty two under par as it he second when.

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"emeric" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"emeric" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Blah blah blah rallies shooting another typical bloke he said but he's i was far from it i knew from a young age that i was trapped in the wrong body no my friends that's part of the mass hysteria of today when he was 35 i mean she was 35 she began taking hormones and quote chasing her dream the trans ballerina now trains four times a week blah blah blah blah since starting ballet and taking female hormones my life has changed so much i finally feel happy in my own skin she said i'm very happy for her but this is a form of mass hysteria in my estimation of the times in which we live we need to take hormones to feel like a woman that means you're not a woman that's the start with and if you look at yourself and emeric marrakesh mirror moron you'll see you not a woman now if you have feminine feelings and you feel like a woman you're not a woman you're amino feels soft things inside himself that's called the full person but apparently no wants torch ought to be a full person a full being such that we go into the dichotomy of splitting the person than to that's the madness of this whole trans thing she the mad of it okay but that's a topic for another day i'm talking to they are something very very specific sin sen sent my number one supporter on this show is craig smith of swiss america the greatest gold company in the world and just sent me this he said michael i agree with you when defining sin we have changed in the english language to make a different than what is original rijn arjun states i love the show did the jews use it to keep the people in line you ask in hebron toss in was an archery term which literally meant to miss the golden center the target or to miss when throwing a spear in the greek new testament in men fared you're being an error oregon missing the mark he said we see it differently today but we're living in a nation where people can believe a do what they wanna think right truth is of no consequence in the world we live and that is why your show.

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"emeric" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"emeric" Discussed on WLOB

"The back hold the orchard of esoteric wisdom that is the savage nation the orchard of esoteric wisdom so the question of sinn does it exist i saw the tell you about reform jews to the most liberal of reform jews there is no such thing as sinn they say the word sin really means to have missed the mark and a relieves you of the burden of guilt now there's a a beauty to that however there's also a danger to that dangerous once man is freed of all guilt he becomes like the typical american where anything goes so you read every day former race car driver becomes transgender ballerina watt was as a joke sophie rebecca from leasing last become the first transgender woman to pass exams at the royal ballet academy she 6foot3 and she yearn to learn to dances a woman but you said no with each of the female technique while living as a man the dancer born is james instead pursued race car driving a target shooting and before transitioning it through woman blah blah blah rallies shooting in order to typical bloke he said but he's i was far from it i knew from a young age i was trapped in the wrong body no my friends that's part of the massive sterry of today when he was 35 i mean she was 35 she began taking hormones and quote chasing her dream the trans ballerina now trains four times a week blablabla blah since starting ballet and taking female hormones my life has changed so much i finally feel happy in my own skin she said i'm very happy for her but this is a form of mass hysteria in my estimation of the times in which we live we need to take hormones to feel like a woman a means you're not a woman that's the start with and if you look at yourself and emeric marrakesh mirror moron you'll see you not a woman now if you have feminine feelings and you feel like a woman you're not a woman you're mantle feels soft things inside himself that's called the full person but apparently no one's torch ought to be a full person a full being such that we go into the dichotomy of splitting a person than to that's the madness of this whole trans thing she the mad the summit okay but that's a.

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"emeric" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"emeric" Discussed on KGO 810

"The other way he doesn't have to care does he know why does he have to care so so russians put up fake story so there there are fake stories bounce around facebook weicker if i were a german well if i were the sacrament i would have thought of facebook but not actually done it but if i were amour's zuckerberg like zuckerberg well i don't know what the government quote unquote is saying to him to make him continually cooperate more than he indicated he was willing to yesterday the threatening met with rendition uber wake up in libya driveway drill in your knees owner committees which people try to eat their breath fist bond talking about torture like it's a joke disgusting what we do the people are gonna miss shocking and then we say sorry wrong person than we bring you back go your pole voice that some dark stuff everybody turn on the white anyway obviously there are exerting some sort of pressure because he keeps changing the level of cooperation he's willing to offer but a fundraiser kurman on launching the giants i'll probably do it on i dunno instagram no wait maybe facebook a giant we're the way you speak to each other the government doesn't get to regulate speech get him the hell out of here campaign i'm not sure wise not doing that accept that he just wants to continue making zone the dollar's and remake the world in his whatever image i'm still convinced sucker berg has evil intentions at heart i'm just not sure what they are but i am on his side on this one now the government get doesn't get the regulate facebook no freaking way let somebody comes up with a reason why they should be unwise eternal this stuff over to congress has to be a good emeric well yeah actually that was the i think i have the courts in front of me somewhere he said oh wait we have them on tape grab somebody should produce the fact that we have those on tape to the hosts how 'bout zuckerberg while the only zuckerberg clipped we have the.

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"emeric" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"emeric" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"To do he's already done six nieto draws what does that mean madrid like the face off in the beginning oh okay he was this pouty after somebody scores the goal cause in lacrosse is a goals have somebody who has a goal the other draw in the middle when the referee puts the ball and the two girls sticks and then backed away blow the whistle and that's it you know but she was mad that the other guy had six those opportunities to her four she is they know he's already done six i've only done four and it's like in these in both these rats they were probably sixty they were like eighteen year old sixteen year old kids they were you know grandparent age you know and i'm like holy crap these they're really fighting back fighting with each other yelling and one most threatening to leave on those sad and against by rules you have to have to officials there is something i don't know but dental care that much about lacrosse again but but still too high school game in the inure and the reason for it was like well he called me this so he said this to be he's disrespect no it was he took six draws only took four it should be even five five at this point and it's the holy so that you get to do the next two to easily lead she long she left he was like typical broad you only but it's fine omega yeah but she got her own way one he'll be it she got her own way well the crazy things that happened at a lacrosse game john is very crazed i ended up in pretty weird six one seven two three seven one two three four two join the conversation and again at six one seven two three seven one two three four let's go to michael in watertown michael welcome to renegade radio buddy thank you you're welcome what's up arafat fuel moments ago talking about them yes i have battleship new doing it madam made iowa while i'm pretty sure that if that battleship admiral yard commander of emeric way and during the battle of manila bay in the spanishamerican war our rhode island i waited lucas fairness or spent the.

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"emeric" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"emeric" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"I i guess guess by rules you have to have to officials there is something i don't know but dental care that much about about lacrosse again again but but but but still still too high school game inure inure end end the the reason for it was like well he called me this this or or he said this to be be he's he's disrespect disrespect no no it it was was he took took six draws valid violent for for it should be even five five at this point and and as as i i wholly wholly so that that she she get to do the next to to to to easily easily lead lead she she the the long she left he he was was like like typical typical broad broad you you only only but but it's it's fine yeah yeah but she got got her her own own way way one wine he'll he'll be it it she got her own way way well well the the crazy things that happened at a lacrosse lacrosse game game john john is is very very crazed crazed i i ended ended up up to to pretty weird six one seven two three seven one two three four two join the conversation conversation asian and again again at at six six one one seven seven two two three three seven seven one one two two three three four four let's let's go go to to michael michael in in watertown watertown michael michael welcome welcome to to renegade renegade radio radio buddy buddy you're welcome what's up up our multiple multiple talking talking about them them the the s s and and i've i've battle battle in in doing doing that it i i would would allow allow show show that that that that battle battle of of the the admiral admiral yard yard commander commander of of emeric emeric way way and and during during the the battle battle of of manila manila bay bay in the the spanishamerican spanishamerican war war our our rhode rhode island island iway look this lucas spanish fairness horse or what exactly exactly as as i i thought thought we were saying yeah okay okay bye maybe that's that's exactly what we said i know that that from we said that was from from that that guy guy the the mr mr joey food food to we we just just gone gone daily daily for for short short yeah yeah he he was was the.

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"emeric" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"emeric" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"I i guess guess by rules you have to have to officials there is something i don't know but dental care that much about about lacrosse again again but but but but still still too high school game inure inure end end the the reason for it was like well he called me this this or or he said this to be be he's he's disrespect disrespect no no it it was was he took took six draws valid violent for for it should be even five five at this point and and as as i i wholly wholly so that that she she get to do the next to to to to easily easily lead lead she she the the long she left he he was was like like typical typical broad broad you you only only but but it's it's fine yeah yeah but she got got her her own own way way one wine he'll he'll be it it she got her own way way well well the the crazy things that happened at a lacrosse lacrosse game game john john is is very very crazed crazed i i ended ended up up to to pretty weird six one seven two three seven one two three four two join the conversation conversation asian and again again at at six six one one seven seven two two three three seven seven one one two two three three four four let's let's go go to to michael michael in in watertown watertown michael michael welcome welcome to to renegade renegade radio radio buddy buddy you're welcome what's up up our multiple multiple talking talking about them them the the s s and and i've i've battle battle in in doing doing that it i i would would allow allow show show that that that that battle battle of of the the admiral admiral yard yard commander commander of of emeric emeric way way and and during during the the battle battle of of manila manila bay bay in the the spanishamerican spanishamerican war war our our rhode rhode island island iway look this lucas spanish fairness horse or what exactly exactly as as i i thought thought we were saying yeah okay okay bye maybe that's that's exactly what we said i know that that from we said that was from from that that guy guy the the mr mr joey food food to we we just just gone gone daily daily for for short short yeah yeah he he was was the.

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"emeric" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"emeric" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"One most threatening to leave on said gets by rules you have to have to officials there is something i i don't know but dental care them about about lacrosse again but but still too high school game in the air in the reason for it was like well he called me this or he said this to be eased disrespect no it was he took six draws violate took four it should be even five and five at this point and as i wholly though that she get to do the next two to easily lead she the long she left he was like typical broad that all that you only but it's fine but she got her only one he'll be it she got her own way well the crazy things that happened at a lacrosse game john is really crazed i do pretty weird six one seven two three seven one two three four two join the conversation and again at six one seven two three seven one two three four let's go to michael in watertown michael welcome to renegade radio buddy you're welcome what's up arafat he'll multiple talking about the only the s and i've battle shipment in doing madam eight iowa while i'm pretty sure that that battle after admiral yard commander of emeric way and during the battle of manila bay in the spanishamerican war our rhode only i waited this fairly horse but the exact lee as i thought that's what we were saying yeah okay maybe that's exactly what we said i know that from we said that was from that guy the mr do we do here we just can't do for short yeah he was the the ambassador for the thing and it was four hero and then in front the other people and they did the thing with the boats and stuff there by a man made chinese island yeah he helped build that's what i remember true i think i have every right to be in that area this international waters it weapon i got away with that what questioned in writing australia and going to come up a look at probably arango wind up that fail we cannot let them do this that's true but i thought china was becoming nice no have ever effort total hold off the map career it is the door but are you saying their lyon are you saying.

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"emeric" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"emeric" Discussed on KTRH

"Will you have uh all extremely extremely extremely difficult to hat and i always talking the either get a us be thumb drive you put your your your wallet i'm there or you have a you can get yourself a papal wallet week in the actual bitcoin cold the wallet the empty opted emeric uh yeah digits of your wallet or on the tape while the nfl the starting their cards that work with us and people that work with it that the little you have the bitcoin wallets any people wall that people wall is in their safe right next to the gold silver went through other other stuff to keep safe with the you know so the the girl part of that so your your own bitcoin in in a personal want you find if you want it put your cook does on some sort of exchanging you think a in what you want to go ahead and dabble in gamble and make them killing which is fine you want to be enterprising mentioned measures one good that's probably cool but understand there could be a hat the gotta find out very carefully you know what happened shows the guys having their countries that are you know rolling out thank you there financial of regular well regulators uh difficulty insurance system guarantees to ensure that some of these exchange or protect so you have you to your home you don't rush in you know wind died and and in a in the heading straight into something that you don't know about please do your homework what will happen to cash the is going to go away or we're going to keep it i mean cash will always be there i mean we will get this week george you gotta of three percent of all the money in the world it's physical cash k three percent ninety seven percent of all the money in the world is digital digital once arctic much in a cashless society to begin with them only feel the warning about the end her a cashless society wall where have they been for the last 40 years we're practically in cash inside the casual be the.

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"emeric" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

560 KLZ The Source

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"emeric" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

"Just a standard every day timing belt job for us in our diet lawyers tension nurse paul lays he won you're always sounds like probably seized up that's probably why the bill fails okay they're very possible primarily my only concern emeric break could be the case but i don't know that was not something that i share but the bell the the the igor one of the frantic i were police could actually share um word there's plastic to so do have a problem more shattering the hallways it's hard to tell the bearing on inside the plastic polish at her first of the plastic gave uae one of the things that i've noticed it it looked like the the bering within pair partner remember what i saw the looked like the bering was in paris by the holy golfer just come apart um i'm wondering if there are meddled police out there that word that are available that word solve that problem i haven't seen but i have checked to species on a thing okay uh what what's coming with the kits well we got we have to waterpump poli water pump the way a bell which would replace wide on ars yeah.

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