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"lynn jessop" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"About a sixty nine flavor. He needs to try this summer child. Try leave and jeff tells britain anne that he's actually taking them to the county morgue where i have a confirmed that pierce's mother very her very unveil braced corp we lying on a stainless steel slab. For all the see this far. This is so aweso dark any semblance of sympathy. I had for jeff right out the window at this line. Yes this is horrible. This this is this is by far and away right like the worst impulsive jeff's cross season in counting like traumatized my friend with his mother's dead body as the clinton should be lake imprisonable offence. Like this is so messed up. This is not good. not okay advocate. Welcome to reality. Welcome to death. It is on his show cruel thing to do. Yeah portray already seen this woman's dead body and even gun even in this moment while there's the war between ridha an anti happening with the two of them can unite enough to know that. This is horrible. Jeff is. I can't believe i made out with both of you losers. I'm sure thing to say like that. And i was like afghan great. Oh yeah nothing is sacred he will. He will reign over the city of ashes. So you you leave with the with the boys to go get ice cream britain any argue more than we see the diorama break. Oil gets all over them over any. I have to say any really takes the brunt of yup yup and i think this is when surely eight. This is this later that happens but yeah so then. If everybody's like watching everybody loves it. And duncan says this is why he came to america. Yeah this is all plan all along. So that's going on and then we get into the car. This is the the message from beyond from pierce's mother telling him on not vaporized a clear of languages. Possible that i am. i'm gone And if you do love this line if you open the top of that thing you'll see that it says made in china licensed to the live slide. Is lynn jessop. Is that in a very particularly. Yeah yeah yeah lance with hand not necessarily with with peer sues. I think still not ready to to to see what's going on. But like for jeff. It's like i am being awful. And i need to stop being awful and i. It's like i have to keep remembering this last in every episode. But like i gotta remember it. This week i got some awful and a half to like let people grieve and live in the ways that they leave That they that they need to and and believe what they need to believe. In order to to work with this stuff because life is hard and full of pain and And the cd leads to this. Incredible song rob music. They say that That i'm the best of the best. Because they know that when i do i'll do it today. I love it. I love your mom so much so much because she like she gives this heart first of all very funny. It's like everything wrapped into one little cute little like pig in a blanket. It's like you have the like. I'm not vaporized. I'm gone very funny moment. And then you have this like such heartfelt message of lice only worth a damn because it's short consumed you spend lived felt discreet message. And then she ends it with this rap song for myself out. I love it and then troy has the revelation of like. She was making that when she while we have this whole beautiful speech going on. We see britta and annie wrestling surely is shaking her head in. This is when we see abed delivering the baby in the background We see jeff's face change and of course Pierces mother's losing herbals in throws the cd out the window. and jeff. As i found a better ice cream place than we already passed the other ace cream places. Depressing sure this was a well we know of. I mean even if there is ice cream at the morgue. That's not a great place. I'm not getting the hot fudge sundae at the board. So the no no no no i. Won't i want i won't do that. No not going there. Nah ou- appeases mother and she she was very close to being on my dean's list because it's just it's it's not Affect it's the warmth in her voice. What she says it's true. She's talking to us as well. It's sure and that's why it's wait. I think obviously this. This has a great effect on jif. Which is what we're looking for. We see he is not rated here but he stood his Him you know. He's an adult man you know. He's older than i am listening to his mother she loves to. That's really such a gentle yet. Powerful moment in troy has has been revelations he's on his own Soundtrack and even destroying Out the window is something. He's not expecting it but he will accept about shed. Each is just kind of giving us that tunnel tawny subtlety. He's not just going to be in complete denial with all this madness. That is he does here in someway. just yeah and we're back at the quad Britain anne to one another Then we re-litigating jeff stuff. It's just like i just. It frustrates me. That it's like. Oh i only kiss jeff. Because i want to see if i can do it. I want to be cool and sexy. Legu- get past. Aw this let's please and they raise more money you know in five minutes. Boil wrestling than it did. In two days are grows the whole thing that goes being insult on moving cost but as much as the women have being insulted by what the women is still so insulting to manage that True with us teenage boys. A rank satellite Grades all of us sexism. Lintel of yup. Yeah yeah nobody wins here in this in this storyline So just got peanut butter in hot fudge ice cream. 'cause nobody lives forever. A shirley asks ahmed what he's been to we. We see a couple holding. A baby beds does not much and i thought that was true and i thought that i would find out later. Why and i guess. I technically have found out later iran. All right then. We have the chang and dunkin moment where chain has a restraining order against duncan for abusing him with his restraining order usually assured destruction friends. Now we've just become best friends like the stepbrothers moment. So this his move and chessel chain wanted.
"lynn jessop" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"We have we have to do. We have to do man hold on. Hold on the cops are here. Jerry tempo stole that water from the earth and he's going to return it to the earth after ordering out. Everybody needs to get caught stealing one time. Because that's working through my head karma bites. I i always feel like karma's gonna bite me in the ass that that one thing of of water or that one sunglasses is gonna come back and bite me. And they asked to pull out of the parking lot and get in a car accident or something like that. Goes water coming up in shannon's dirty on the thirty. It's just water rushes five. I'm sorry she didn't what are you. Britney's mom breaking our silence amid her daughters conservative. Zip drama plus we're j. Lo and ben affleck spotted house hunting this week. Give you the scoop on that one breaking dirty. This is mojo in the morning shannon's dirty on the thirty right shannon. What is going on in the dirty. Thirty britney spears mama. Lynn jessop shared a cryptic message on social media catholic. Whenever like anybody related to brittany posts people thinks think. It's about the conservative ship. She posted a bible verse from the gospel of john. That said the light shines in the darkness and the darkness has not overcome it in guessing. She's referring to britney here everything she's been going through for the past thirteen years. Lynn was among those who did virtually attend. Wednesday's hearing where. Allie county superior court judge. Brenda penny granted brittany. The right to hire her only for the very first time since this conservative began in two thousand eight. So i'm guessing that's what she's alluding to not positive but just letting me. Do you have to call your bible study friends to find or like what do you do. What do you mean while she did the bible verse. I never know bible versus what they actually truly mean and i went to twelve years a catholic school. I'll nobody knows what they truly mean. Well i know but you're trying to you're trying to interpret right so like the throw out. But i'm guessing she's saying britney is has this light you know about her and obviously she's gone through a dark period past couple of years. I went to one bible. Study wants eric hearth and brought me. You liked it what we did bible stuff for about ten minutes and then we drank the rest of the time. It was actually kind of made a minute you have. My attention was actually kind of fun. I i still remember when i first started here. We did it. yeah cool. Ben affleck and jennifer lopez spotted house hunting yesterday. And la's very upscale will be those neighborhood a realtor escorting them to check out a few mansions and j. lo and ben kinda followed behind in their own vehicle. Sneak in pda. Along the way. Now i know one of the homes they toured has a sixty five million dollar price tag. It's thirty one thousand square feet fully to me but if you saw the photos or videos of them going from home to home i do want to clear this up for you. A source close to the couple tells me ben was simply being a good boyfriend. He was accompanying jaylo on her hunts for a home for herself and.
"lynn jessop" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"Let's roller to fam- was. He realized that he doesn't all your birthday here. No else wants to brooklyn. So god. And i liked him too. He had us hiccups. I think a lot of these guys are Having mental issues or accurate respecting. Say you know what i am i. I can't do this shit in my body done. Hit the fucking skids. I can't envision more but what recipes do it all the time. Rick flair retired like thank fifty times razor lost this small eight times. Oh my god Actually there's a new story that i forgot about two men. I don't know probably the last week. But i'll save year after you're done with this one. So what is it to be talking about. How signed the nwa. I we went there. Okay i think we can. I'll say it again. Fuck you unreliable. And you're you left to companies out to dry and I i get it. You're you're pissed off at her. I get it. i don't know. I'm just sick of rumba of rome. I'm sick of her. Brune ways. heritz. Everybody that does it bro. She okay for she didn't leave. She d- she. she left. she most people plus he was dead. I know you sound like a scorn lovers. That's okay because it happened twice right your out bitch wrestling allies in gentlemen. Thank you for following in watching on the livestream and make sure you check us out because there's more to it is episode. We do more here on wrestling. Rundown and Struggle with lloyd. In what are you doing tonight. So ladies lynn jessop walker you guys later we have much more on the podcast download and stream it on all the passing outlets and a difficult you doing over there you are. I'm telling you wanna.
"lynn jessop" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast
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"lynn jessop" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin
"Room brings an epidemic in the present to the field. that's kinda. That's the kind of stuff. I think coaches love and i would not shock if it dan campbell and anthony. Lynn jessop a overused jamaal williams based on the contract. You just got. I do not love this landing spot. Frankly because i don't expect the lines very good some other running back deal it's been quiet. Now carson four net drake lady on bell. James conner all still out there mark. Ingram signed a deal with the houston. Texans carlos with the jags devante booker with the giants. Any of these guys fantasy relevant at all or onto the wide receivers. None of them are fantasy relevant. Thirty one. I do want to point out. How about daryl williams resigning with the they. Surprisingly cut dean williams talking about the plight of of the running back damien williams ops out of the covid season two the arab his mother who was diagnosed with cancer and it gets cut at Just absolutely brutal business. Daryl williams right now if not want to spend money draft pick to get a number to be the number two in kansas city and now you can produce and that offense and malcolm brown sign with the dolphins but it looks like according to eran wolf. They're espn beat writer. The dolphins are going to expand that back in the draft. They didn't want to spend too much money in free agency. It looks like they're going to act in the draft. So maybe brown who kind of were cam. Akers l. l. a. last year does the same thing in miami. Let's get to the receivers allen robinson franchise tag back in chicago. Chris godwin franchise tag with the bucks. I don't know if there's anything to stay there. But i don't wanna those Not really the thing about alan robinson. And i mean we know. It's impossible separate the allen robinson discourse from the quarterback discourse. And i know you just wanna pop into the running back and wide receivers. But i guess. Andy dalton is. The best quarterback allen robinson's ever played with and that's as about the racks and our robinson is played with a than it does about elton allen robinson's quarterback for if you think dalton's an upgrade or downgrade on trubisky alan robinson's quarterback group and he's probably gonna slot into that third round yet again. A if they have gotten russell wilson and the report was they need an extensive of your dan. Patrick ross reporting that. They made a massive offer for russell. Wilson it i would think that would allen robinson into the second round if they were to land back. Maybe you still get a discount. On allen robinson godwin value him the same exact way item last year a little bit up and down probably in that fourth round range for receivers but those two guys who i think their their their teams real niki. Kenny golladay juju. Smith schuster will fuller. Curtis samuel t y hilton. Aj green sammy watkins. Among the guys we might talking about inept week. Break some news to you. Came on air atrial jeremiah. Green agreed to a deal with the arizona cardinals interesting so i at times. He was the least effective for stephen football last year. And it was evident at tee higgins was better than aj green lush year. Does it.
"lynn jessop" Discussed on Good Life Project
"So research I don't think i knew was not in a bad way. But it was not part of my thing. so new jersey rental car. I don't think i had an assistant with me. Just me and the open the door the charming wonderful woman missing from the source and she goes. Okay we're expecting you're expecting. I did these free Bit some pictures of mrs wallis at that. i'm leaving. she goes listen. There's if you wanna hang by some people coming over for the anniversary of my son's death Can hang from mid half cup of tea wherever and then like all these people start a nadia's is very funny. Like off. Who i knew but like low kim came about three or four other. People should have known but didn't start coming just as interesting. And i think it did okay because i had no. I think they can pigeonhole me as somebody. So i'm just mike go self you know. I'm just myself to know. What do you do allow Ama- do rap. Oh cool Wrap so. I think it was this eleusis guy but not in a bad way. You knows kaz just as a human being. I'm jay lynn. Jessop people and you know. I think that was kind of will was okay and then started working more and more more of the source and it was great. It was great experience. I got to all of a sudden. Like i get a call that i can. You photograph the the sure Identities album cover. No i done some as photographed and before for something. I was a thing for another magazine. Anos i sure and he goes. He's not going to show up unless you arc suddenly every time it was just as bizarre can things that happened is still my mind to this day and the other thing about working for the source was there one day. I was in a brief starter..
"lynn jessop" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast
"Even go through that phase. I can't remember all the details but it's really interesting stuff. But i don't know it's the question always comes back to. What are these things. We're seeing in the sky right and you saying like well. It might be many things. Yeah so it's the possibilities. Our military craft very secret military craft breakaway civilization stuff single inventor. Things like some crazy guy. Just build something awesome. At least that was that that was something that would happen. In the past somebody would build a balloon and just go flying it somewhere that we're talking. I'm talking about centuries ago now it freaked people out. How long have you been using balloons. That's not even really. did you. Guys see the news story where there was like a guy seen flying next to air force. One guy yeah. They're like looking out the window. That's dude with jet pack flying through the. Yeah you didn't see that yeah. It was It was like a couple of weeks ago or something you know maybe a month ago. Well i guess it's there's a company that makes these jetpack wings. You put on those suits sample like a wing suit. Lynn jessop used a suit. And you're not like the lost in space backpack. I mean it's a jet. Pack it only thirty seconds or something. They they drop them out of a plane they just then they take off and then they parachute down when yeah you know. It's possible that some of the things that are being observed not are also not necessarily physical. Yeah yeah They might be manifestations or perception of something that's in reality quite a bit different and that's something we definitely will have to cover it. So yes. that's an information going through the list. Military breakway civilization single inventor crazy guy and then nuts and bolts actual aliens or and or consciousness based something else inter dimensional. Whatever you would call it. I don't even know if those are separate categories or not. But or i guess inter dimensional would be a separate category from consciousness. Maybe i don't know. I don't know but the it starts to get fuzzy there but yeah there's a lot of possibilities and maybe it's all of these things you know. The breakaway civilization idea is interesting..
"lynn jessop" Discussed on Pantheon
"Really. I got the right before and it has a dawn on me I call him gone from break but dj bomb break, and then he went you joined ex- when we started breaking up and then I go goes we're forming at that point and I. You know they were looking for members and they knew made it. See me play and Approached me and I said, yeah sure. I'll join your band. Reformed the goes. Yeah. Now. Did you so you must have. I mean there's a line in there that the go's one of happen if. Weren't for La punk scene. So you must have it was a community, right? You knew all the bands I didn't grow up another time I grew up in east coast. So I always wondered you know what it was like in that scene, you know with the germs and acts and other bands. So you pretty much hung out with that whole. All those people, Right Yeah. Yeah. The The math the underground club to grow That one that looks kind of like Ground Zero for. I think in late seventy, seven there's A. I think that they started having shows. I know that the is played one of the first. Show there and It was a really exciting I have been in a couple of different bands prior out this. Kind of just having fun but you know the eyes of the first ones where. We got play at you know some really cool places and. We I don't know it was just a A very cool moment in time. I'm always grateful about part of that. We have so much fun I mean the mouth was just in saying it was like. You go down the stairs. That's why the fire. Department. Would always shutdown shows such a fire hazard. And it's a big cement room. So you can imagine the acoustics and there always like crazy and inevitably at the end of every weekend, there'd be broken toilets and like you know it was just an and that's where we rehearse too. So the most I remember we shared a room with the most excellent and the motels we kind of. You know rotated are. Times of rehearsing and It was a very, very, very creative, very free time. You know it was like all about self expression that the punk rock movement and that's exactly what happened there. I was. Saying how Jane said that she felt power powerful for the first time in her life probably because You know it's there's sort of this liberating creativity to it where you didn't have to follow the rules, you just express yourself. Right now no roles and that's why you know Belinda. Started thinking about forming ban they were like, well, we'll just put all girl band together. You know let's do that and and that totally appeal to me 'cause you know there was already I think four members of the band and then they asked me to join and. and. Then we started rehearsing I. Missed the first. GIG 'cause I was in England with the dicky's Leonard Phillips was my boyfriend at the time So they played they played like. Two and a half song at the. They only knew like only we only. They only rehearsed like I think to songs, and so they played one over I. Don't know it was really funny story but So when I got back from England. Shortly opted out, we started rehearsing. So that's how that. The whole thing just started, and then we just never stopped Mike Literally for forty years. God. And here, you were pretty much classically trained on piano right? I mean you new musical theory. And here you go right into the punk scene which. It was I consciously thought Oh, I could forget all that shit. You know it's like no, this is has nothing and it was. A very freeing thing because complete like nothing there are no rules. You write what you right and you play the way I didn't. I played piano and I also played like I had. Tinkered around on Acoustic. Guitar. But I've never played electric guitar until. Gave Act I. Don't know if you know Geza but he was part of the. You know he he actually recorded Don't talk to me and he lived in the house a little house in Hollywood West Hollywood and His roommate had his. The only thing he had an bedroom was a mattress. And a Marshall of Marshall amp. With a Les Paul Those are the three things that were in that room. So I was I went in there and I picked up big Itar and turn that amp up I just played an e court. It was the greatest feeling I. think I've ever had in my life and I was like, Oh, my God. So. Win Bloomington Hey you know do you WanNa join the ban we break Atari was like hell yeah. So and that's where that came from and been you know. It was just you know that whole time it's really really something else. Will you have one of the best lines on the documentary I see if I think you said something like you looked pretty straight, but you had a twisted mind. Got That's true. Yeah. No I mean you know I've been very open about my drug addiction and my you know that struggle and but as of last February right before. We shut everything down I had. Celebrated thirty five years of sobriety, real sobriety. Don't. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. I mean I don't I don't particularly chemicals whatsoever and But it's It's You know. I doubt just what I was going through at the time so. And I managed to enjoy myself a hell of a lot but also you know Just do a life it was. It was in that was my twisted mind to was like you know had like. Figuring out how to manage that it was really a full another fulltime job dealing. So while also saw it as you didn't want to live the status quo life as a creative person, you wanted to do something different. It would. Seem, like the the normal suburban person. You'd be bored with that. Maybe yeah. But you also loved music at a really young age right I mean I. Did I did I was very I started playing piano at four but I also started listening to the radio when I was like five years old like you know back then it was like couple radio stations in La and you know it I love songs I just that's what I grew up on the songs like the whatever The. You know top forty radio station, and at that time it was amazing because there was all sorts of you know it wasn't just like, Oh, here's the the pop station and here's this. It was all mixed together. So you know. And then I saw the Beatles when I was twelve years old And the second to the last date of their American tour nineteen, sixty six. And then my next. concert 'cause I went to a crapload of concerts. Always I love music. I mean next concert was led Zeppelin. Their very first tour state and gentle was opening. So it was like this book and of. The Beatles and then you have what up Lynn Jessop Hall and everything in between you know so yeah. Well. I'd.
"lynn jessop" Discussed on When in Spain
"You don't agree. Maybe a burger to share between tier before I really fell in was going to say if you ever one of our favorite things to do. The New Delhi in Spain. And if there's a place that has great top us but we almost always go there for the menu. Is this place called big? It's around the corner from here And I guess we're making suggestion of things that feel. Kinda like they're great but they'll do their own different thing and with Vega they have. I think the whole thing is that all their food is. Eko like organic is what we call the states homemade. And then there's like another thing. I think a lot of it's very gluten. Free friendly very easy to go there and free if that's a thing for you to but they have just a great sense of flavor and making various if you stick to the Spanish dishes. The very Spanish inspired or Spanish dishes. You'll be good. I always warn people against trying too much at a place. That's not an international place. The international dishes not that it'll ever be bad it will just be Spanish sensibilities and you might be a little disappointed in my not. Curry won't be spicy example. He's never spicy. I struggled coming from. Uk We love our currys currys on national dish. Now trying to get a really packs a punch and even so to say. Can you please make it really? Spicy comes out in the snow spicy and I think the most important thing that you're coming to Spain you WANNA try things go for Spanish food. Whether it's gluten free vegetarian or not any of those. If you go for Spanish food they just have such an interesting simple sense of flavoring and seasoning food and the way they cook and prepare foods. That's where you'll get the best experience not to recommend because Tortilla Tortilla Spanish Tortilla is obviously such a traditional thing. And there's quite a number of places that are making a Vegan wants now 'cause they normally it's made with like potato and egg and onion and one place that we love makes an amazing a Vegan. One is called the street and it's love peace and they make the Tortilla on Saturdays. 'cause it's so labor intensive so they make a few different kinds on Saturday and it's so delicious and we've taken people there Vegan or not. Everyone loves it. It's just so delicious. It's really tiny spot but you can also get the Tortilla to take away and stuff like that and so we love that and they also have like a sister restaurant around the corner called Latino Carlotta and that's like more a little bit upscale not super like a little more trendy they call it like a gastro bar and they have like some great fun do and different things like this definitely. Love that place to I just want to add the places. Recommending these are places that impress everyone beginner not and even though we have some other favorites and stuff like there there might be a place that like for example bittered essays a like a classic place that people like to go to but it's like all the junk comfort food that Spanish but made the again so it's good. It's really good but it might. If you don't already have that I've experienced this when I wasn't thinking you might not appreciate. The food is much of the first things that we recommended. These are places we take all our non Vegan friends who come to visit friends that come to visit whatever and all of it. They all have all of these places. I commend B Thirteen B. Thirteen one of one of the first Vegan. It's inconvenient dive bar. Spanish food all the traditional Spanish. Like through dickey Leslie cheap. It's so popular that there's a line out the door before they even open and when it opens it's already full because the line has just so you gotta get there. It's so popular. It's so cheap. Though so good I I would recommend that to people that are interested in junk food because it's not healthy whatsoever. It's like it's like a fried chicken patty or like Burger like potassium. Dr Is there like all those kind of like more bar food things. So like yeah. I think I think it's always important as we've learned recommending food to people over the years that it's really important to realize what people are into because like. I hear people go there and be like Oh. It was so greasy and Friday. I'm like well that's what it is so you know otherwise. Go somewhere else. You know what I mean so like. I said I guess the disclaimer is. It depends on what you're into one more recommendation. I'll stop because that was way more than five. We actually was. Okay well we. We did write a whole book on Viga Madrid so obviously we have so much to say one more. I would have to say that the being seen in Madrid is so diverse. That's why it's like. We're struggling to recommend all these different things because there's so many great things here like there's two Vegan donut places here one of them's called Delitzsch and one of them's called bite me. And they're both great. So here's a few more of your comment about why you listen to the one in Spain. Podcasts and Where you listen and your favorite episodes on these are our listeners. Who left comments on the winning Spain? Instagram Account Maasai. One says because I want to study Spanish language in university so I should know all the things about this coach and this country. I haven't listened to all of the episodes yet but they are fantastic. I don't feel the time passing while listening to really glad to hear Mosey one. I didn't know what your real name is is it. Most I think Christine Samantha. Says listen because after being there for a month for school a few years back. I miss it. I usually listen. Driving but since being quarantined listened while. I do some online work or just hanging out at home my favorite episodes are when you go out and around Madrid and make. It seem like we are walking around inherent all the sounds of the city. Nothing specific I can think of just love hearing more about Spain. My Pleasure Christine Gabriel Alley and also a winning Spain. Patron thank you to you. Arleen She says I listen while working or cleaning because he transport me to places so dear to me. I love to hear an episode in Salamanca. When it's safe to travel of course thank you yes. I'm absolutely no actually. Salamanca is really must see city in Spain. I've never been to Salamanca. Power has one of the most spectacular platform yours of all of Spain not to Madrid about two three hours drive. I guess but I've never been in. It's also the home of Madrid. Oldest University is a very student. He City I've had great things about Salamanca. Let's hope that at some point in the not-too-distant future. I'll be out to get up and bring you an episode from Salamanca. Randy retired Randy Randy. Who's also a when in Spain Patriots? I thank you to you randy. Randy's ever since Robin Leach Past I've been searching for someone else to give me champagne wishes and caviar dreams. I found that in poor and his Spanish lifestyles of the rich and famous. This made me laugh Randy Say Robin Leach was a journalist He passed away a few years ago but he was quite well known in the nineteen seventies and eighties and he had a TV show Called the lifestyles of the rich and famous From what I remember. And he Had this saying champagne wishes and caviar dreams while as I replied to Randy in the threat I said his two more champagne wishes and caviar dreams or maybe in my case. Kabir wishes carver wishes and Calamari dreams. Or maybe Charlie James either but yet thanks for your comment. Randy did make me chuckle. And thanks for supporting the GAS MATT AUSSIE SAYS. He listens in lockdown. While out on a walk just the right timing too. He says a new listener so now going back over earlier podcasts really enjoying a thank. You hoping to move out there in twenty twenty permanently looking to buy and so yes. I'm hoping to put an episode together soon with a property expert so Mac keep your ears peeled for that episode Miss Yvonne Lopez. I listened because Spain is my favorite place in the world. Your podcast is so awesome which I went for a five mile. Walk today and you're focused. I was my company. Had To rescehduling trip. We had in March to October. So I'm hoping things are better and we get to go. Yup Well Metoo. I really do hope that any of you have had to change your plans really make it to Spain. As soon as is possible. Lorraina FRITO says. Listen on my walks. I love learning about the country and coach and my dad was full blooded Spanish brackets and Lucienne so listening and learning really helps that connection. My soul fails to the coach. Well glad that is my job to try and connect you to the Spanish culture. Katie Peaches eighty-five Katie. Says I discovered your podcast around two years ago. Now I think I wanted to brush up on understanding. The Spanish coach as my partner is Spanish and has deep roots from Andalusia San Luca debate Amita to be precise I found your podcast. That perfect missing link for me to truly understand the INS and outs of Spain to pick up some fantastic phrases and here in inverted comments When asked US Mangas Berries Which is a bit like well. It's a bit late now You can. It was a bit a bit too late for that. Now or maybe well in Assam Catholic Way. Better late. The never There is a whole episode about these colloquial Spanish phrases. Check back. I take you to my Spanish class with my classmates and we talk about well. Naughty words colorful expressions as well as again. Check back for that if you like to learn colloquial Spanish. She's I love listening when I'm puttering around in the garden working commuting or relaxing on a summer day in the hot tub. You literally transport me to a sunny Spain no matter what our lovely UK weather system brings. Yeah I just love to hear the everyday life in the background to the hustle and bustle of the streets the AB well s nattering. Even the sound of the shutters is comforting. Thanks for bringing an informative and positive corner to the Tinto Web. Thanks to you Katie. Thank you for continuing to listen. I'm really glad that it helps transport you to Spain. Jacqueline Newman or just Lynn. Jessop Lynn. Newman I'm not sure. She says I listen because I'm in love with Spain. The coach of food people traditions architecture. It all inspires me and excites me. Next week. I was supposed to leave for a two month trip to Spain that I've been looking forward to so much after a very hard year listening to your podcast always made me feel excited for the trip and helped me learn more details about the coach. I listen on Apple. Podcast up while I get ready for work or while cooking my favorite episodes are out food. I've loved the episodes with a host of walk and eat Spain. Well they go. You just heard Margaret from walking each Spain again. She's on my level the excitement for food and you guys seem to have fun together yet. We do Manga listening to this way to do more food related episodes with you in the future. Let's definitely do that. And yes jacqueline. Sorry to hear about your council trip. Let's hope that too soon as things get back to normal. You can make.
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"Welcome back. I think it's interesting that better clap ratios throats. It's like a bunch of pit vipers biting each other. Now that the, the booms gonna fall is. Well, what's interesting is that you have Komi, who said that he included Steele dossier first? He denied this field. Aired than in it. But now he's saying it was feel about who's in it because Brennan and Clapper told him to put it in and Brennan and Clapper said, knows combs idea, then you have Komi Loretta Lynn Jessop each other's throats. So the fact that these guys lied and thought they could get away with it now that they find they can't get away with it. They're trying to point the finger each other, but here's something really significant of two days ago, the Daily Telegraph three days ago, the Daily Telegraph, which is not a pro American magazine or newspaper by any means. But they have story titled Theresa May's spy chiefs were briefed on Christopher Steele dossier before Donald Trump buying through his feel personally briefed m I five director Andrew Parker. Am I six CI? Alex younger. Now, this is really significant because it means that if they had evidence if what they had were true evidence that showed there was a Russian intervention into the US election. Why wouldn't they briefed the United States? I and why wouldn't they brief Trump instead they went to Brennan through the intelligence agencies and use to setup the get Trump taskforce? So Devin newness of, and I think he's from the San Diego area. Right. Getting rachi. He's opened our north county area. Okay. Well, he wrote a letter to Trump yesterday in which he says that if these claims are true that these people were briefed before you than raises important questions about the potential role foreign government officials may have played in spreading the dossier, false allegation, and they have taken in response to the allegations choice of the better stand these matters on. Respectfully request that you ask prime minister may about the British government's knowledge Steele dossier, and whether the British government, took any unilateral actions based on information provided by steel, and then he goes seven questions to ask one, it's feel informed British intelligence or government officials, whether to confirm whether that report in the telegraph is true of did they discuss this with steel of before talking, the Trump that. Any current or former US government or intelligence officials inform any current or former British government intelligence officials about steals allegations. And so on the basically, then he goes into the specifics on Joseph suit because miffed sued was the so-called Russian professor who's not rushing. Not really even a professor at higher professor, but he's an Intel operative time was British others. Well he was working with the British end with the CIA and the FBI gave that she a train her. When I heard it was a trainer with these guys. Well, he up and he went to popadopoulos and told popadopoulos that the Russians have these hacked emails and will provide them to Trump. And he said to pop it up less, I'll introduce you to Putin's niece. Now popadopoulos didn't know that Putin didn't have any and then getting you're getting, then they hooked up. They tried to hook up popadopoulos with a woman who is deployed by the FBI to ask popadopoulos about what he knows about. Russian. Stealing of, of documents Democrats, you actually this this, this spy Vom. She was actually trying to, to induce him for sexual activities, although he was engaged. In fact, is current wife and him wrote this book of revelations, and I've leave some big lawsuits going to happen here popping office not gonna walk away from this either as he knowing and he's telling the truth now. So he raises the question of the relationship of Mifsud sued with British intelligence and US intelligence, rather than if sued as a Russian intelligence operative, which is of molar has in his report. All of this shows, is what molar put. In his report, even though ultimately, he exonerates Trump is in a lot of the lies of the narrative of the British, and the Brennan, Clapper Komi crowd are still in the report. And that's what the Democrats are using to continue to try and smear Trump. That's why it's so important. What was done by Roger stone in his attorneys to get out in writing affidavits from Bill building that they're going to bring up at the trial of. Ember about the fraud of the so-called Russian hacking. Now here's a really interesting point that the Benny always brings up and a lot of people bring this up. Why did the FBI never look at the DNC servers? Why did they never do a forensic evaluation? Why did they rely on the work done by crowd strike which was the firm? The Democratic Party had hired to protect their computers. Why would you take the report from the company? If in fact, there was a hack that was incompetent and stopping and protecting the Democrats from the hack. The fact is there was no hack that was a fraud. The report of a hack was thraw, but that's always throw twos. And other documents come out to approve that the deficits rich was part of a scheme. In fact, that people that kill us rich who the people that trying to maintain this hack. The dialogue weren't they. Well. And also, that's why the there were just seventeen count indictment against the assigned who's being held under very harsh circumstances by the British government, he's essentially being put in solitary confinement. And what is his crime, that he was convicted of Britain? It was jumping bail. So you know what I think they're gonna try and kill us on Jin prison, or ship him to some maybe on MO and torture, the death of by the, the best thing for Assange is to actually get spotting on a major Cable News Network, assoc Amelia to tell the Zoll story because the fact is the death of, of the dust telling the truth is just people Alex Jones and Paul Joseph Watson. It's the death of social media and whistle blowers because if this goes down and by the way, before you left, he's at me, his entire database of material annoy of it. Yeah. I got it. I got huge amount of data terabytes. Well, the thing about Assange is, what is the charge against him. He was illegally producing documents detrimental, the US security. He was asking so damn questions questions asking Bill at the Santa specifics. Yeah. He had he published documents which prove their war crimes committed in the wars in Iraq now, averse to attack the whole US military it was to show that there was a cover-up of work rhymes that were committed. So why is it criminal for someone to expose criminal activity by the government? If a session. Put on trial, and convicted of this would have a chilling effect on any future effort by an honest journalist to report crimes in corruption of government officials. That's why this is so important to the average person. Now, whether you like us on Gernot whether you disagree with him publishing. These documents is besides the point if your government is committing crimes in your name with your tax dollars, and then prosecute someone who exposes the corruption, then what does that say about the first amendment? What does that say about the fourth and fifth amendment? Close out the constitution. And so, here's another example of where there are some people inside the Trump administration who are poorly advising Trump. Now, I don't know whether Trump was one who's signed these signed off on the Assange, new indictments, probably not. But it's something he should speak out on it. And this is something the Democrats trying to keep from doing. Honestly, I think when I see things Sasha raised issues that losing apart in fact, it s is to a great extent. The reason why the British a scheme is being blown apart now and I'll lay before the election is going to be denied department national intelligence five is Mr. Steele, CIA and FBI and the Justice, all we have to evolve and Valerie Jarrett, that are going to do the perp walk and the honest with you, we don't clean this up. No future. Government in America is free from totalitarian, manipulation control by Intel agencies that are transnational globalist. And this whole thing with Trump, the same right to sing. I have to fight this through not just for my sake, although I've been the victim of one of the greatest scandals in American history for the sake of future, presidents, and the future planet. Not just Erica Americans, the most powerful nation, but it's is being. The, the victim of this whole process because if you get victimizing control, America's who you know, evil means, for example, cogs, which are through the United Nations, which, again is an arm of the British. If you can't control for the Intel agencies are collaborating to do things really go for CIA to spying, American citizens, but you can get five is, and this steel do it. See all of these schemes are actually ways of getting around the actual proxy out, actually elected government, so globalist and control freaks can actually get control of the world. That's what it's all about. And this is why we're asking President Trump to include in this fight the exoneration of Lyndon LaRouche, right? Because the roof dedicated his whole life to exposing this British directed fraud, which in the biggest strategic sense is not just lying about Russia gate and things like that the British attacked science. They. They attacked the teaching real history. They attack the educational process developed creative minds instead of robots and in doing that they create a subserving population and what we're seeing is sections of the US population in the world. Population are waking up to the fact that they've been deliberately victimize on behalf of these global banks. These globals. Of military, institutions, and so on. But the ability to fight it was shown to them, the courage of Trump and standing up against this so called deep state. Have to make sure that this is not a one man battle. It's not left. Just the Trump. The fact iris. Iris me add an element that you probably think is a great idea. I think you guys at the refunding most agree ideas of perspectives on how to prevent more. I call defensive Ersan, defensive future, humanity and future nation hoods. We don't want homogenize world. There's no nation states. We want a world where they should have some degree of Tommy and control of their voters and their population in their industry. Art. What I see happening is what Trump's doing is he's an example of populism is rising because people see the end of this game is to homogenize the world and destroy not just Christianity and Islam, but all religions and have totalitarian cyber state where basically much of the population is reduced. The elites are cybernetic genetically enhanced like a cast from Hindu pathology, and the totalitarian cyber status basically like the matrix, this is coming people don't. Eagles always like last people Trump see this coming and know the normal for the human race to actually have a future. America must be free and nations must have populism in national borders. That's why the rise of populism in Europe so important these elections in Europe are important because you're gonna start saying reformulation of, of the European superstate where there's some degree of atonomy. I mean, they couldn't even get money from the paean union to rebuild these cities and towns destroyed by earthquakes a few years ago in Italy. Since you let me just tell you next week. I'll be able to.