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"manabu" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"manabu" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"manabu" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"An italian town and then stumbling on a private party somewhere when you get the the vocals beginning it's very atmospheric very song. Yeah that's that's that's a bit this more. Wholesome romantic ac- as well most of missile better there most of them this song as being originally recorded in december manabu and was one of the my knees in an album which is which is happiness is a village in that area and most of those. Saturdays thinks that you would seem to your possibly from buffoni That's not for me especially able stay giants. The wasn't that you would hire musicians with the mandolin. Guitar under the buckle your gnc. Nah and if they the shuttle and the beautiful words beauty. There's something about about. I want to create a garden for my beloved to walk around. So that's actually a beautiful. The temporarily players like these li- songs because it means they don't have to play too much in them and have a little break. Because i don't know if you've noticed. But they end up the gigs with blood on the temporary. Because that's how how much like they get blisters and blood like every single gate. Basically these songs are very good for us to interspace them in the gig side that they don't basically wet themselves out some. Let's go to the fast version of pizza. Kennedy san vito This song is from simonas. Hometown sa- san vito yep as some fighters the survivor stones. It's there are these fast and slower versions over which the slow versus can languid isn't it and the there's a lot of energy in when you up obviously is one you tend to play at live gave afraid of you said you haven't played it for a while. No we don't even when we shouldn't i've to say one of the most interesting projects. Maybe i'm not a very which was a producer or by one allow fence guy from is from new by doing the cata. Nothing cattle cut the area..
"manabu" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"Extols he was texting is they took out all of the voice acting and just left the tax so then during the the action sequences of the game it was just the music and you were recording it or something because I hear talking on this track and it made me wonder if either a business the composer while you were playing them certain music plays there would just be this very quite conversation or set of words being said in the background here the biggest example we can check it out too if you want to hear it while I'm here to attract I'd off the top of my head in persona one diva Hugo's theme in the seabed Asante Games and a lot of fighters and he's not all persona one right oh no sir that I can see here but we can become this is not this is version of the game this states four and is called the generosity and support I know is composed by Manabu to meet but I believe is also.
"manabu" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Is pretty cool if you just using a web browser my kids used to just put you on the TV and just segue from song the song song I used to do that but the apps are so much better yes so much better ever watches TV on the TV. She only watches it on her computer. YOU'RE A tablet. That's pretty much founder. That's actually true. I've youtube doesn't spend a lot of time on my teeth well. They know that that's why they're shutting this down which which is kind of I mean you know how we were talking about cameras going away two. TV's inch like we only have one and our whole house nut nut from my co dead hands Hausler the TV. I'm always watching five. TV's and there's something three people I'm always watching plex or college football all or something so I need my television. I like TV sponsor up. I liked to watch yes. Google has an addiction and website. It's called good. It is fighting one issue which is bad addiction content. That's that's a good way to handle that. Isn't that exactly the same scene website Asia xactly which is where they're I think they're all going to around Earth website around Earth website those of us who still believe so this is called recover together recovered together dot with Google Dot COM and it's for national recovery month which is September. There's lots of information here. This'll be a lot better than searching for Lord. That's the theory right now. If I searched for recovery does I would presume Google puts us at the top although that's that's a hot button right now for regulators. Oh yeah what if I searched for something like a go ahead make is it. Is it all recovery or is it just oh I get American Airlines exactly what I got. I got a knowledge knowledge graph card on the right for alcohol. JAMMOUS DAMASE was the second enter good okay see mine was a a and then oh now so alcoholism knowledge card mental disorder order is that give me their search for heroin addiction and I don't like getting it so interesting. I maybe you just have to search for recover together. I don't know this is a this is a really nice site. I think they've done a very nice job on this and I would yeah recover together dot with Google dot com not the greatest don't even even that I get it. I searched for other got joined groups. That's that's kind of an important thing right. Yeah it is it the recovery village nope recover together with Google. We cover together dot with Google. Dot Com is that it got no no no. That's not really about four injuries down on my screen when I asked if I was an alcoholic in it told me I still haven't found it now stacey so here's a way to know if Google thinks you're drunk. it's the number third search result for me breath cocktails you guys I searched addiction recovery and it's not on the front page of my Fa- ah my phone at all yeah mine isn't coming on other slow rollout another slow roll out possibly well but it kind of defeats what we what we were assuming thing is the purpose of this which is to give somewhere that Google can send people better than this generalized right search results yeah isn't that fun for seeing their own internal projects for things funny this they should show this to the EU actually maybe that's the the secret yeah nice thing but we can't show you will let us Google begins rolling out new features for its family link parental control. I don't do use this assist Stacey now. My daughter turned thirteen this year. She's she's out of the she's out of the parental controls this she can see all the garbage she wants wants so this comes built into android devices with Andrew Ten and up and it also can be downloaded as a standalone APP from Google play if you don't have it's called family link but it's nice that it's built into the OS now native gets set device bedtime track activity. Perhaps at daily limits. It's view the devices location on the map ring it and more oh you know what I should actually set this up because my daughter's now on an android phone again there you go she's going to Oh. I don't think she's figured out how to charge you get. I'm not kidding just like okay okay. How do you charge this is one port I I love this feature and I want to see this in a lot of parental control stuff? It's called bonus time so if your kid does her chores at some bonus bonus time if the phone normally would lock it nine disgusting like come on Bryan your kid with screen Green Time Gold Toe make its shores then agree make it. She ate all her P.'s again bribing your kids for doing something ever bribe your kid on no uber really exceptional kid not like at a parent Brag way she just she I bribed her once and she went along with it for the bribe and then after she got the reward she asked me if I would take the bribe away if herded back four and then she I said had no of course not you earned it and she's like okay and then she reverted back to foreign she was five the last time I bribed her. I totally get it though with you Jacob. No I encourage them. He believes in the stick Tara. The audio listeners are missing out. is all I need to say no all stick no carrot here it. That's aunts parenting parenting one. Oh while you don't hate it's do you not anymore. Leads aged actually but your boys whatever you're doing. You're doing right because they are very sweet nice. Although you tell me that's not actually against you yeah. They are all right but I totally get it. I don't want to encourage more screen screen time you know I think that's a big problem with the most kids today. Anyway is everybody's sort of walking around staring at a screen in not necessarily taking advantage of the stuff going on around them walking into polls walking into the streets accidentally right you know as long as they're not walking in front of me. I have no objections. That's when I have a problem. Yeah you know I was coming down today into the path train right and there's a there's a narrow staircase down people trying to there's a train right. There just got that could make the train people were saying I can make the train and there's some guy on the stairs tweeden and going slowly. I mean Jesus catch walk four steps and get down so annoying. I didn't annoy the problem is the technology the problem is that guys rude. You know what yes and tied although I think technology does make pugh does encourage people to live in their own worlds and not feel more entitled than you know being part of the world around them while they're on facebook their communication with other people other Russians sock puppets thoughts and that they will say you guys I ran into a pole not on my phone while I was looking at my purse to make sure I leave it in a cab like literally walked into a poll and it was the most embarrassing run into this porn. That's the Google changed changed a couple more stories that we're GonNa take a break then. We're going to get some whiskey Jeff Jarvis. What would the world look like if this has really long post or may not want to do this if pessimists when you know? I'm a pessimist okay so I read in The New York Actually Tokens Jonathan Franson. Did you read his New Yorker piece he he said it's time for us to acknowledge the fact that we're going to lose on climate change that what needs to be done needs to be done so quickly and with such unanimity there isn't a hope in hell that we are going to avoid even the worst consequences of climate change so the wise thing which I think is just just open the wise thing to do would be just prepare for it. I haven't worn any from coast technology nice. I honestly Isley as a technologist still think that there's going to be kind of a Dais X. Makina that that somebody is going to invent sucking carbon sequestering Western technology they're gonNA put it in and everything will be fine and it will make auto fuel and everything's GonNa be fine. They're working on and one I really wreck. Actually I haven't read the second one so I won't recommend but it looks good. One called the sixth extinction there have been five massive extinction events in the history of the world and its author won. A Pulitzer Prize says we are about to enter the sixth and gives lots of it's very well written. It's actually not dystopia. It's kind of jolly but it the outcome is not good for us. I've just got another one too which I want to because I'm just going to figure well okay. Maybe friends right I I I. It's hard to see that every nation in the world is going to go to zero emissions in by twenty thirty doesn't seem that likely we're GONNA give up air travel that we're going to give up gas cars that we're going to you know I mean it just doesn't seem that likely especially since the US government just California Yeah we can't have higher emission standards then they're crappy emission standards. It just doesn't seem unlikely so is that an example Jeff of disturbed on by the way I'm looking at Vox story that says the just the way Ron Franson. The headline says scientists are pissed at the novelist and the New York publishing him. I thought it was good. I mean and he says it's time to take your head out of the sand. Anyway repeatedly went live Sunday. Yeah we'll begin to express their ire. Online in climate scientists and activists were especially pissed at the author and also the magazine published him critics angers him to call us around four million complaints three of them empirical in Nature Franson in his wrong on the science on the politics and on the psychology of human behavior as it pertains to climate change the fourth complaint was more credentials and identity for prestigious magazine. Manabu amours wants to allocate yeah exactly in boring one that I would argue Oh. I love his books but okay I gave a great review early. One Bud Saint Louis I was reading eating the corrections on nine eleven. Oh so you have a bad in your mouth was it was well no was this was a copy I had was literally filled on every page but the dust Miami ah I actually loved redirections but it's slice of life fiction. It's not for everyone. It's after nine eleven. It just seems so self self indulgent elchin human view of Tokyo. Oh what is your view. Is that all you guys..
"manabu" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast
"For money and property anymore. You've writing for experience travelling to rome tom walking barefoot in. I don't know the caribbean or something like that and that's still they have made an entirely l. monopoly for socialism where you have to give away percents the same amount of look. Why are we playing do speaking about socialism eliza really quick before we do. I saw something amazing the other day you wanna talk about socialism and how you break things down to the most basic level. It'll make sense. Take it to your kids. Go to your child and say go clean the entire upstairs and i'll give you ten dollars they go clean the entire upstairs and then you give them ten dollars and then as soon as you put it in their hand you immediately take it back and give them three instead then give the other seven through their siblings who didn't do nothing. Nathen watch how long that stand. My heart hurt a little watch. How long that kids it's man. I love kids because they australia look and be like that. Don't make no sense yeah area. This is ridiculous. They didn't do crap. I did everything that's my money. As a <hes> gauge quote would say that's not fair. That's not fair because socialism's not fair anyway all right back to the monopoly. We're in a society now now that either a people caused enough of a ruckus about monopoly is triggering their anxiety to have to figure out how to get money to pay rent on these properties or be the people at manabu who makes monopoly here knows has parole anyway monopoly. Would you say monopoly so we don't sell. It's alright monopoly to monopoly. Oh well forgive me for for not knowing what manufacturer actually all right anyway the monopoly the tank j napoli people have decided that there's an noth- of an active market to reinvent the game and then sell it because they're gonna make millions sellin monopoly happily for millennials. Parker brothers makes your brothers what about like other games like risk in risk. That's gonna nicad quotation anyway. I i just don't wake daddy turns into don't invade daddy's ladies personal space do this all day anyway. The point is that is a real thing. Ladies donut found out and walmart just yesterday but let's move into actual newsworthy topics woman thirty eight arrested after she tried to avoid drug charges by impersonating her twenty one year old daughter this i know real bad king for a lady kiss cover band mike thirty eight years old from hotel transylvania this chick she made out with herman munster. What else do i have. This is alice cooper's at this <hes> yeah so what what better way to honor. Your children must tell the whole story. She had outstanding warrants which is why. She tried to impersonate her daughter. She'll georgia's yes so anyway. They finally figured out what the charges were but it's the story it's a good story anyway parent of the of the year award last one..
"manabu" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I kind of luted to it. There's a reason why Rex Walters took this job. Okay. He was an assistant coach in the NBA making a lot of money. He's making more money than he's making here. I truly believe he took this job to be the next Nevada. Coach interesting. I didn't wanna put them in an awkward situation. Rex Walters can be an assistant coach anywhere. He's he's a he's a he's a head coach at San Francisco that was a weird situation there. He was in a tough spot there. I do think Rex is a good coach. I think he was in a bad spot. Just like, I think Marvin Menzies could be successful. If you went back to the Wacker at another program. I just don't think Marvin Menzies is the right guy for the job here. I don't think Rex Walters was the right guy for the job there. But I actually do think if Rex Walters takes over to that. I do think he will do a good job. I do I think he's learned a lot of stuff over the years years at San Francisco, and then he was at Florida Atlantic as well, we did pretty well there. I think I think he'll he'll do. Well, if he is the next head coach there, I'm gonna disagree with him on this one. I do not think must comes back next. Here. What do you say? I read a lot about him. It seems like they want to settle on a place. However, the UCLA job I've heard different results with that one for a lot of end Muslim isn't as Manabu without one as well. It wouldn't surprise me must've went after NBA job. He's he's NBA guy heart. I mean, that's you know, with the warriors then key with I wanna say the nuggets for those teams. Well for like a year, he's NBA guy Hartley. That's his that's his back. Why he wants to go back there? What happened next year? But that's going to be his he's gonna stop in the NBA for. It's all said and done. I mean, I like guys that are fiery, you know, coaches that that show their emotion understand. That's why I love must. But then again, we had Lon Kruger here. And I've I've never said anything negative about that guy. Not only is he a hall of fame coach and.
"manabu" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Chicago's progressive talk w CPT eight twenty where facts matters Tom Steiner coming up bottom of the hour, Charleston. Miami charles. How you doing? Go ahead. From what I hear the speech that he gave to I guess crowd about breaking through a wall and not giving up. I keep thinking. Well, you must we must be to watch. I'm not as blue wall. You know, what happens? We're the ones that suffering and he's looking at us. Here's the breakthrough. Yeah. You don't mind all one more thing. Yeah. We gotta be including Nancy Pelosi PM kept everything together. We're not talking about Manabu is coming down the road. We do. What he what she's I agree. She's Mel Gibson in Braveheart. Just hold hold hold and soon we will have. Not many people know how good a Scottish accent. She does. Okay, crazy grandpa on the lawn. This was my favorite yesterday. Travis they've been the Democrats live and taken over by group of young people who frankly, in some cases, I've been watching. I actually think they're crazy. Crazy grandpa young people young people on my lawn. Get off jab right there. I know compromises in my book, very strongly. There's not much in his vocabulary. Nothing. Strong. Eight words. I was strongly is one is one of the big ones. No word. You had the best words. Okay. So and it was starting to Joe one banks. We have him on record on tape for the first time saying about Paul Manafort sharing polling information with the Russians during the two thousand sixteen campaign. I don't know anything about it. Nothing about it. They don't mix tape with a tape of him saying he didn't know anything about the Michael Colin paying off of the stormy Daniels because he knew nothing about that either. No nothing about that. Okay. Do we have some more time or more crazy grandpa? No, we don't. All right. We'll get. We have more crazy grandpa Milan. And then crazy grand theft that border. Ted Cruz and his horrifying beard. Suck up to him. Right. They all say nice things to Trump. I just I can't I can't anymore. Twenty nine minutes after the hour. Stephanie Miller show..
"manabu" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"Prior to his new Japan or his independent stint watching him wrestle juice Robinson will probably be one of the best examples of Cody Rhodes boasts WWE because he's with someone who's wrestled that style whose wrestled the new Japan style and can adapt to work with each other in a way that makes both of them look good. What what's your take on on the take this year? What are some highlights? If people have new world but haven't followed the tournament. Anything jump out that you can recommend to them. And what did you think of of the outcome and the decision of evil and sonata going over? I like the idea of evil and sonata, I I'm greedy. I I am an unabashed fan of the guerrillas a destiny, and so I wouldn't have mind if they had won the league and declared who their opponents would be that's a very rare thing to happen in Japanese pro wrestling. So I knew it was going to be something that was a little bit outside the Roma possibility, but this is also back to back winners for the real world tag league in terms of evil in sonata last year. I think in my opinion, they had a little bit of a hard road this year. Thomas Thomas, Tonga, Tunga, Loa and Yvonne sonata finished with twenty points. The other team that would have been a remotely interesting to me was a team that kind of fell down the Carter early. And that would have been the resurgent team of ten cozy of Hiroshi tens on and Toshi Kajima. They only finished with ten points. Just like with Jiwan if you're an older rest of they can't go anymore. You're gonna be toward the bottom. I felt like a Eugene. Nagata Manabu Nakanishi Nakanishi hasn't been good for a while. So he kind of brought down my blue Justice, buddy. Yuji a lot of I also would point to Michael elegant, and Jeff Cobb that was a pretty solid team any of their matches were pretty good in particular. I would recommend. Let's see here. Nothing. I would recommend their match against ten cozy. Don't I apologize. I don't have the dates right here next to me. But I would also recommend which was a really good match. Zack sabre junior and issue Maury versus minority Suzuki in Zucca because I've basically seen while Zack has been in Suzuki Goan minero Suzuki as his violent adopted father. And so when they finally wrestled against each other. It was one part holding my hand over my is in one part like nodding my head up and down as they the the student and the teacher finally. Got to Spar a little bit. So that would be a really good match. I would recommend anyone. And of course, as one of our longtime east coast cast listeners Durell Freeman Durell from Georgia mentioned Lance Archer Davey boy Smith junior, especially with the passing a dynamite. I think they had a good showing. And they're a good traditional violent.
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"Lisa. Thanks jared. Wall Street at the close the Dow lost three ninety five. Dak loss to nineteen the S and P fell. Forty five is about softening demand for the iphone dragging down. Shares of apple is says falling close to four percent that intern pulling down other big tech names today, including Facebook, Amazon and Google Ashley Webster with the FOX business network on the floor of the new York Stock Exchange. This is Fox News. Search and rescue crews continue to look for victims of the massive wildfires in California, the numbers keep changing seventy seven people have been killed in the camp wildfire. And while the number of the unaccounted for kept rising to over twelve hundred people at one point the list now stands at just under thousand roughly twelve thousand homes were destroyed Sunday the community held a vigil. Is she needs some closure to be around other people that have gone through the same thing that we have. Process Manabu area more homes burned than I thought the number now stands at fifteen hundred structures. Three people were killed in that fire. Jessica rosenthal. Fox news. Three Senate Democrats filing. A lawsuit challenging the appointment of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general. This is the NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM daily rewind powered by Kramar meadows, a unique healthcare facility in Cranston, providence emergency management agencies. According to the pro-jo plan to conduct tests of the Puerto providence emergency siren warning system at noon today. So no freak out.
"manabu" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Then sunshine and seventy eight for tomorrow. Your weather's brought to you by Howard air whether replace the repair, call Howard air. Arizona votes in depth, and our guest is we've been saying already this morning, David Garcia, the democratic candidate for governor of Arizona. All right. So we've talked about the border, and we have we've talked about, you know, how your campaign been going. Let's talk about education because this is a you you you've been really the education candidate from the start. I know the Arizona teachers is not a union it's association here, but they are associated with the the Arizona the wider national Education Association, touted you from the start. So would you like to see a larger race for teachers than the twenty percent that they've been promised? I realized that now all teachers are going to get twenty percent. And this could go away in some way, shape or form, and are you willing to raise taxes in the future to to fund schools. I appreciate this question because this is the questionnaire zone and stock about when I'm out on the road folks when they get face to face as they talk a lot about public education. Look a what we need to do in. This state is treat our teachers like professionals, and we're not treating them like professionals today. It means we need to pay them as professionals. They don't have to work two or three jobs to stay in the classroom. It's not a profession as long as you have to work two or three jobs to stay in the classroom. But in addition, we've got to get back to teaching again, this one doesn't cost any money getting away from standardized tests and back to teaching real world outcomes is something we can do and it'll change our teaching and learning in the classroom. Also, get our students ready for life after high school, which is what we need to focus on don't need to measure, though, also the progress and don't don't standardized tests to a certain extent do that. I agree. We don't want to teach to tests, but don't we need standardized tests? Well, this is not about not taking the test. Okay. So this is about it not counting for almost everything. Not a difficult concept. You take the test. It counts for part of how we evaluate schools. What's happening right now. It counts for almost all of how we evaluate schools. So this this is not you've you've taken a class where the final was the entire grade. That's a little of what we got going on right now you've taken a class where the final was part of the great. It's it's a straightforward shift in that in that direction. And from my perspective. It is those kinds of outcomes we need to change Arizona. The one thing that if you look at at our state, if we want to put us on a different trajectory, it is about investing in education. It comes up over and over and over again. So are you willing to to raise taxes, we we we've got a specific fourfold plan to get this thing done number one. We need to prioritized new revenue into education and stop cutting. So that the revenue coming in can be prioritized to education second, we've got tax credits in Arizona that still continue to take dollars out of the general fund and put him into private schools that that need to be closed third. We got tax exemptions loopholes that we've gotta look at carefully and ask ourselves are the still in the best interest of the state or should these dollars go to the general fund and investing in education, and then last Arizonans two hundred and seventy thousand of them signed an initiative for a dedicated revenue source for education. It was taken off the ballot by the supreme court. But. I believe Arizona's are ready for a dedicated revenue source. That's what our teachers are looking for because you know, we've not then any future legislature can continue to hack public education that dedicated revenue sources important, I'm in favor of going to the legislature to put put one together or if necessary go back to the people of Arizona, whatever your first task as governors to introduce a Bill that would fully fund in your opinion school. I put those in. I just put those in basically an order, and that order is you take an existing revenue prioritizes to education. You take advantage of every possibility unique existing state budget through tax credits through other exemptions. And see how far that gets you. And then ask yourself ask ourselves. Do we can we can we close the rest with an initiative, you know, we the teachers out there when they and after four years not seeing enough if the what happened was the governor at that point had offered him a two percent raise over four years nowhere near what we need even with. Some investment today. We are still eight hundred million dollars short of two thousand eight levels that we're being left behind with respect to education, and it's not just by the way at the K twelve level. If you look at high tech jobs in Arizona, if we want to bring in quality jobs, they almost exclusively come in tied to one of our higher education institutions, the universities in the community colleges and investing in that level of education is a great investment in Arizona's economic future. We have a couple of minutes left here with a democratic candidate David Garcia for the governorship of Arizona. How hard is it to campaign for change? When the economy is doing so, well, I mean whether Doug Ducey deserves any credit for that or not. Things look overall pretty good at least comparative last ten years here in Arizona. How hard is it to to campaign for something like that? It's not difficult at all because that isn't making its way down to everyday Arizona's I have for example, we had a very good volunteer. Given us a hand. He was a teacher had to stop because he needed to go take a second job because he couldn't stay in the classroom that that that progress that prosperity is not making a down to everyday Arizonans. They are working two three jobs to make ends meet. We do have jobs coming into Arizona. A lot of lower-wage service level jobs, for example. And folks are looking for a future they're looking for a path with themselves and for their families, you talk to families, by the way, and they know their schools are in trouble because of funding they are they without a bond or override which is what they're fighting for. They know that the legislature isn't doing their job, and they're looking for some leadership you out to rule Arizona and the Prospero. You're just talking about doesn't exist out there. These are folks looking for opportunities just to keep their towns alive focusing on water and natural resources, by the way, which is a very big issue outside of Maricopa County, and there's very little discussion going on in those areas. So the prosperity. You're talking about is really centralized if atop and is not making its way down to every day zone, and those places where I grew up. I spent some of my years growing up on the Navajo nation and with the Navajo generating station possibly closing a, you know, the the revenue that the Hopi and Manabu both get from the coal up there. Might dry up and these are the best paying jobs by far in that area. Are are you are you okay with with with coal energy with somewhat dirty energy? If it helps to keep some of these rural areas of afloat, this is a great example of investment, and and using education. I'm in favor of just transition away from the Navajo generating station, and that means that those most impacted by that transition get an opportunity to get to the front of the line. Get retrained retooled and be on the front end of an economy. There is an opportunity up in Nabo to shift toward solar and the place to where it can be done focusing on an investment in solar programs, for example, that DNA college that can get folks who are going to be impacted get them on the front end, retrain them, put them in a position to learn to to to to maintain and install solar. And I think you can see a transition to a new O'Connor. To me up there and being on the front end in McConnell and send him on the back end of an economy, and they're looking for those kinds of solutions. All right. The governor did this a couple times while he was here. Your website need your website. Yes. Thank you. You can catch up with our campaign in the thousands of folks working out there in Arizona for a to to put us on a different trajectory for change at DIGI the number four as E dot com. All right one more time. Thank you d g or as E dot com. All right. Pleasure pleasure meeting, you and pleasure. Chatting with you this morning. Thank you. I enjoyed appreciate it. All right. That's the democratic candidate for governor of Arizona. David garcia. Joining us on Arizona's morning news. It is coming up on seven.
"manabu" Discussed on Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast
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"manabu" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"manabu" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"manabu" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"manabu" Discussed on KKAT
"Couple things from her she as but aren't points out k b c she works on the makati signed the morning show and she did a bunch of appearances yesterday destroying what actually happened backstage at this uso tour two thousand six and frank had writes a skit for her in wants to the skits then then he wants to reorganise the whole thing and nausea well you know she hasn't cheated that was necessary we need care and i might down and i kind of just blew off i'm like no we don't and he's like no lee and we really need to rehearse the scene and i'm thinking like you know as you said of the second time on blinked no we don't al this is not as a now we're not it's not like we're filming we're just doing the scene for the troops right we're just going to do it no practice sought differently and as lee and tweeting tells the story kept added he reversed line i read my whiny kinda come van and at the last minute he thought of you know we're kind of slowly coming in and i'm thinking okay i'm going to turn my head and he just it it happened so fast and he was still aggressive with it that he comes in any just grabbed my head and he just the meeting masses his had against my paid massed against by to finesse franken things so this visit god little hun manabu consumed terrible he's a john over here agreed reap i mean not goodlooking guy while i i was about to say not that it matters he resist yes i also do not want that uh gene these uh these dudes avarice law i not that it's okay if it's an imf is if his brad pitt as well of are we all agree that but or as the ugly it just makes it even more workable uh god all right you would think that that somehow or other it's going to go over well somehow let them wrong with a hell away from two gusting you've got to enjoy their rivalry he's aware dude men now so anyway this is the thing that lien said yesterday the think speaks to the bigger picture and we're all this is you know we're all this is going to be tide of turning.
"manabu" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"To execute your information technology initiate goal highperformance systems force seven six one one seven or go to hp sl dot net michael medved is done with the russia issue the idea that this particular controversy is going to stigmatized characterize undermined trump's presidency or lead to impeachment it is an idiotic poisonous toxic groundless democratic fantasy and for the sake of the country and for the sake of the party's her uh survival they ought to drop it the michael medved show weekday mornings at nine followed by larry elder at noon on a am six ninety and fm ninety four point three the answer now back to the mic bucks show on six ninety the answer mm so medical barrel water they think of the future figured at present in many many and we got going on here is interesting dilemma are we've been talking to dr uh through uh sicily about a a study about pds the and and and how she got oh dump with the medical marijuana a dispensary manabu tentacles and i was talking to brian golds in see you all theor and we were lamenting on sometimes how long it took for.
"manabu" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"But one of the reasons why dr sicily's here is uh she's the medical director of but you know manabu tadic was but interestingly enough i read about a study that had been completed about the the the returning vets from a lot of different conflicts but you've already ptsd there seems to be like no black a cure but for many it looks like medical marijuana might be the choice for for treating vets with bt as the plo boy that for a very interesting to me doctors this we will talk about that a little bit what got you on that vein and where is that whereas that study share yeah the veterans began teaching me about medical cannabis about 10 years ago they started reluctantly disclosing to me that they were benefiting from this plan i was very judgmental as you know really skeptical of their claims and finally you know it took me many years of studying the scientific literature to realize that there there are actually thousands of controlled trials are already published in peerreviewed medical journal confirming the the variety of of benefits of this clear some of these not done by with malice aforethought some of these visits a study right as we we're interested in this here's what we study do the results were not finance limbaugh right well that's what's important to point out as when a star when a controlled trial gets published in a peerreviewed medical journal that means peer review process will eradicate any studies that have some kind of growth of by as your financial sponsorship involved so that's why purity journals are sort of the gold standard for.