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"university nebraska omaha" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm

The Conspiracy Farm

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"university nebraska omaha" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm

"Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the conspiracy far where we don't start to conspiracies we just had the water in now your host of the most state of the art multi and more podcasts on the inter-web. I present to you fat militaire ladies and gentlemen. It's all right here. We go guys. Yes i am popped. We have a gentleman. I met at an event in downtown. Bet nor vishwa thank the seals is the charitable organization that raises money for one navy seal family every year and one of the other parts of our military one of the other branches of our military and and they had an amazing event this year and they had an amazing speaker and this gentleman chris barranco attended dixie state university and mesa state college college he was army green beret for four years and then in the army national guard after his enlisted time he became a c._i._a. Contractor and also the offer author of thirteen hours which is an incredible book and the movie <hes> as he will tell you is really very very close to the events. Has that happened in benghazi libya that cost the lives of some some deer americans and he's also author of the ranger way and living the code and a couple of other books. I tell you what this is also an incredible speaker chris. Thank you so much for for joining us today <hes> pacman. It's it's an honor brother. I i. I've been following you since since you're since you're beginning days i know i don't want to go back that far. It's not that far not what's that old bronx bombers they had they had the colorized might fight films. They were never on the eight millimeter right. Whatever exactly that back in the day when you were the you didn't matter the weight class man you guys just get in there so i i i really am honored man. I appreciate in and you saying those nice things about me but they're all life. Every every one of them is ally. I'm i'm five foot two weenie and my wife ah can kick my butt which is actually true that is actually the truth well mannheim man. I'd bet your wife and your little sun at the event and your wife looks like she could probably throw most of us around pretty easily. She's a straw you can tell. She does a lot of working out yes she does actually i met her. I was at grad school university nebraska omaha and i met her. She was an all american volleyball player there. She was a division two player of the year to athlete and i played football in college so it was kind of it was before you know before it went into service and it just kind of click so yeah she she's still stays in shape quite a bit works out a ton and looks great. You know that's one of our three kids. She has three kids and and we do. I should say she had him note so it's hers they are she. She has a squeeze sicker out. I believe me okay so <hes> yeah. I appreciate that 'cause she does she really runs the show and takes care of me and put up with me since you know since i was in rangers all the way through till you know my contract contracting days and she was i i. I called the after the event when i could call on the airfield. <hes> you know there's a scene in the movie with john krinsky calling you and talking to his wife life i mean that is all of us that call their wives and hey. This is and i remember i just said hey. This is me you know hey. You're gonna see something on the news. I can't talk about it. I'm fine line yeah. We lost a couple buddies. That's all i can say right now 'cause they were still trucking our phones. We weren't safe yet so it was like and briefed on the cellphone out and then i talked to her again routes in germany so she's got a lot a lot without a doubt and for me i remember i've always tried to keep up on the news for what they're trying to sell us on and i tell you why i was instantly furious because i knew it was a lie when obama and hillary clinton stood stood in front of those caskets of those fallen heroes and ambassador chris stevens and and i tell you why they lied to the families families they lied to america and they said that this was because of a youtube video and i instantly i said there's this is this is impossible possible and it was it was disgusting. I can't believe the rest of america didn't see right through it and freak out like i did unfortunately a lot of people people are are pretty sold on the mainstream media being the authoritarians or the authority on on the truth which we know that they're not so go ahead. I'm sorry go ahead. It's just it's to me. It's easier that way for people to think that then to see the truth because the truth you have to if you have if you believe in paradigm it it's gonna it's gonna screw that paradigm up if you if you if you believe something else i it's just it's easier to fall along with the with the pop culture mainstream meat. It's more enjoyable life that way than actually see the truth and and then also it to me when you see somebody out there that you believe is your meter eater should be in charge and you find that they're they have no moral compass at all. <hes> you know what do you do. People have so much of a hard time thinking that the wrong or believing i'm at the wrong or believing. Maybe they believe in. They shouldn't have and say hey. You know what i'm wrong. I made a mistake. People can't make mistakes anymore if they do. It's somebody else's fault in and a and that was that was the case right there but the world's sought in the world continue to see it because you still see are are are false leaderships out there making mistakes and <hes> and the media pushes it the other way and it's just a smoke and mirrors and and people just can't it can't deal with it and there's just so you know what this person is. A terrible person needs the imprisoned and and and it it just doesn't happen and i know i'm kind of going off on a tangent. I'm sorry i guess that's right. We we're here to listen to. You and you know our jefferson jefferson. My bullshit radars are pretty good at detecting stinky stinky feces and that certainly they are radar certainly went off when obama and hillary stood in front of those caskets and lied to the people so what i wanna do. Is you know i was amazed with you. Giving the details details of that night in benghazi libya and how you were held back and told you couldn't go for almost a half an hour and then then you finally finally went and and you know you talked about the guy that was your fo leader at the time that was a state department and he was he was being told by the state department to hold you guys back and not let you go correct well at that point chief base we actually had to the people read the book. You'll see that we people that read the book. They'll see that we actually had a team leader. <hes> rhone art seal team seal team rolling. He was really artsy so six pass away that night. He really was our leader but he was in effect on paper. Our assistant team leader because he was a contractor. We had a staffer that that was a former secret service agent that no the military experience. He was our actual team leader. I'd worked than before and afghanistan at work than before and mosul are from kabul mizzou before and no military experience at all. Ah you know this this i i. He was one of those guys that just if you shut your mouth is just like dude chitra mouth just out of her way. You know just do the paperwork. Go talk doc on same time. Let us do our thing but he wasn't an operator by any means we had the chief of base bob who was pretty. I think we portray him actually and he is in the movie. <hes> portrayed him stronger longer than what he actually wasn't real life. I he was just a just a weenie well. Both those guys are are who to to just. We're taking their commands from the c._i. The i personnel i am quite possibly with the patrick kennedy and charlene them. I don't know for sure aspect. I know the military was basically to standouts but at the beginning it was the c._i._a. Call <hes> do. I think that's beginning one was facetious or did they just hey. We're gonna let these guys i. I really don't i do believe that really they were other element they fall they. Their leadership capabilities were in in completely in disarray and they just made a bad call <hes> because ah which in essence when i talk about leadership what i'm talking about benghazi that night i talk about bottom up leadership. Sometimes leaders need to know when they're completely out of their element and you gotta turn your subordinates since say you know what i don't know what the hell i'm doing. You guys have more experience than i do. You guys need to take over but their pride would not let them do that and and that's really what causes is that thirty minutes away and that was just that was complete and that goes back to today's society again complete pride. I don't want to admit that i'm wrong. I don't know what i'm doing and in this case because because they didn't want him it they're wrong. They didn't know what the hell they were doing. You had six guys that were and i hate to use the word subject matter experts because they don't believe you're an expert in anything anybody's an expert anything. You can be very good at something but let's just put it. We had a lot more experience in that ass in that sort of <hes> i in combat in security than they did instead. Turn it over to us and say hey guys. Take take it from here. They just held onto it until it was like you guys just basically locked up you win in the black. The colonel cooper's color code. You winning the black or you're doing it. Shut down okay guys. We gotta take over now by that time again. Thirty minutes have gone by now the military stand-down. I don't realize that there was a military stand-down as well. That was the one that hurt us that one again i i. I do believe <hes> bachelor stevens. Sean smith was still be alive if we it left and five minutes to the thirty yeah we couple of us might have died that that's our job we're supposed to do i remember i even said congress when they asked me. You know. You guys could have died if he would have left earlier. Whoop that was our job. Idiots chris interrupt. How abnormal was that to get a stand down order from the military like that is completely <music> abnormal normally normally i actually i talk a little bit about this third coming out. I talk about this a little bit where he had a military intelligence group that that was getting hemmed up in afghanistan and before the word go was even though we had four cars watching out of the gate to go help them and then we get our orders on the fly on the radio sit there and wait completely abnormal and for the military did not come that is completely abnormal as well. That's why there was other things going on on for us to be to to hold and some that doesn't happen on any kind of basis that has never happened in my and i had been deployed for ten or eleven years at that point that had never happened ever in eleven years of going overseas. That's the first time and only time that i have ever been and i've known that that has happened. Where state department armitt told the military the military listened the military stood down and also our own c. I. personnel told us to not go normally we are..

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"university nebraska omaha" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"university nebraska omaha" Discussed on WGN Radio

"More than any other player so forth rotating allowed the wide receivers cabin white. Has been the one guy always been out there I think part of that All right there for a second good idea if. You're Kevin white don't you Coach go. Hey I'll write another, the pattern Yes Look at. Me I'm with. You on that At this point you got to be like. On a play or not At all Even play one will still don't know what it's. Your four so You guys talk to Tyler. Gabriel who's one of the other receivers they signed this off season I guess that. Would. Seem like the one of the highlights out of camp today, forty our connection with Mitch Trubisky Gabriel fitting in with his. Offense Yeah so he's a speedster type guy he's ever had a Percentage, of catches in a season but always been involved you know, kind of, that third? Or. Fourth type guy came from Atlanta. Falcons officers Matt Ryan In widely, regarded as you know just a salad player you know somebody, who's going, to be Any offense involved make plays you know maybe like he's probably a little faster than Bennett, but sort of that. War in terms of a reliable receiver The bears, kind of, lacking as late you're sorta depend on and you, know so sorry I think that's what he's been in camps Practices. But he's got, some speed can't be, guys deep in that'll be a difference that he'll be able to bring to? The offense right so this offense when you're watching practice are? You getting a sense of what, this offense is going to look like. Or are they trying to keep that. As vague, as possible at least from the media's there Well the answer is, kind of both because yes I can see the differences in the offense how? They're going to be using a lot of different personnel subbing? Allot with wide receivers tight end Even with the running backs is gonna be a lot of different guises vow to keep guys to. Keep opposing defenses guessing and then, it's going to be a lot different in? That a lot of it's gonna? Be on Mitch Trubisky at the line of scrimmage to, make decisions in the, split second to know who guy is are they, going to hand the ball off are they going to. Throw it a lot of that's going to be up to bitch whereas last year's? Offense all. That was kind of predetermined before the snap which is partly. Why, defense were able to stop it so he's, only now in terms of the specific winkles and stay at your place probably not gonna show any that, even increasing that's gonna wanna, to see But definitely already seeing the differences between And what Donald log onto last year Does it fun are you happy about it Yes roll. I mean anything? Is great over last year Yeah I, know I could run an offense on. Matted. Exciting Adam, you're my favorite sweet out of camp today he wrote this is an accurate, sign and it's a picture, of a young bears fan holding a poster. That says Zach and, Mitch were, robbed a New Orleans that was a TD go bears and I'm glad somebody still fighting the fight for Zack Miller because that's still bothers me that he damn near lost his. Leg and he did it get? Credited for a? Touchdown, have. You seen, any update there how's he doing Yeah no that's. Been around actresses you know we? Still gotta lamp A very, serious leg injury he's he's technically part of the team you know they signed a contract and. Then. Put, him on the reserve. Class w, w around this year He's. Here all, probably never again but he's not giving up hope so that's why he's still on the team Have, you seen. Him. Around the team and it is good to see fans still fighting for that call yeah no no question Zack Miller is, one of the most pure football athletes you're ever, going, to see here was a kid who played and. Again. It was in d. two, or? Whatever university Nebraska Omaha which is a d a different program than Lincoln sure but he. Played quarterback there right so big kid played, a was effective as a as. A tight end in the, NFL I mean that that's like an athlete athlete and he was game for everything he's, got a great attitude a great guy to kind of guy you'd want..

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"university nebraska omaha" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"university nebraska omaha" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"In early morning in may of twenty eight teen i graduated from the university of nebraska at omaha gomez with the bachelor of arts degree in biology thank you so much for producing such insightful hilarious show to fill my morning with much needed last in bliss much love indigo indigo girl we are so very proud of us combat a v a in biology is is eugene really cited about what you've been able to accomplish in what is in store for you in the future so keep us posted let us know what your next steps are shut us all the graduates of the university nebraska omaha goldman rudge e biv says hey my beautiful queens gd kim i am shouting out congrats to my friend donna harbin who received her mba from the college of william and mary on may twelfth with near perfect four point oh gpa donnas okay i'm donna when i first started my mba and quit after being overwhelmed she encouraged me to come back when i moved to the dc area and it's helped me tremendously along the way thanks to her i've been typing fast in january she's like a sister to me and i'm blessed to have her in my life footnote i was at the university show close up see pick a proud of you think you both for all you doing keeping us laughing and motivated much love caniggia's awesome thank you and thanks for clued in the picture yeah so precious and shut out to you donna getting manby his that's my mother's name come on the next one reads praise the lord negative aj dinky i can go on for days about how much i love you guys and this podcast i have with y'all since day one but in the interests of brevity l stop there and get into my graduation enough and god bless you kliesch out out my dearest friend of ideas niece tyler for graduating with her best degree in communication disorders the focus speech pathology i have washer grunts beautiful young woman i one hundred another that i'm super proud and excited to see her continue this fat i login had to iron her role because team no wrinkle regalia that's a number to my different canal forgetting her bashes degree in nursing made the decision.

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"university nebraska omaha" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"university nebraska omaha" Discussed on KOIL

"Eight hmm he university nebraska omaha recognizes in thinks that tedious the official athletic footwear curl an accessory brand of emma heart athletics thirty five twenty favor of south dakota state second time we saw that dribble handoff had gone to latin america a chance and talking with the official descent hey when he gives a handoff there no you can't get move and dragged the guy the same time get pulled down in the lane so something to watch the if that something the officials will take note of and see if they fix it robinson inbounded it gift selectquote who just hit a 3 the only long won the mavericks you've hit the want to be delivered from the and the ark backdoor cut robinson and a great feet down low in a good cut by robinson kinda made eye contact their robinson hard that's when you go to a back door cutters we guiding you gotta go hard and good look for moral there in one finish from k j thirtyfive 22 cagey rahman instead he has gone to the line much and we twelve free throw attempts in the last five games of he's played knows missed the last three to a high ankle sprain and iit was really good 3point shooter he's twenty six of twenty nine now in his career 35 well twenty three the deficit is 12 for the average dominic basketball picked up by jackson puts it on the floor backs jackson all the way down to the glass get found not much you can do and mike dumb gets going downhill zach jackson called for his first and your enhancer mass tim stewart the referee what are you want zach to do it's like a bull in a china shop don knows what he's doing he just which people downhill back some down and there's nothing you can do accept foul he out from the free throw line to the bottom or to a low post in a hurry there that time jackson's kind of backpedal on with them and unfortunately i call to foul it's the first hits the.

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"university nebraska omaha" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"university nebraska omaha" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In the second half the uh uno university nebraska omaha only thirty seven for utah sixty eight point of new mexico 68 new mexico 68 iaf h is i i recall azam as he had told him that much but the one thing i'm looking at their two games first wanting us montana stay went to a hunter 6'9 total that included time great and in the morning edging montana's they needed that to cover 'cause i late seven and a half they won by nine eighty nine eighty and then oklahoma uh they went to about one hundred eighty the first time on that total was i think one fifty seven when fifty eight the first one against montana stay was 167 it did get over but i'm just surprised with uno the total was so low especially with the style of play that they are you know apply the and they just like to go by omaha themselves right now let me run on down some of these uh college you've scores 'cause i promise you i would davidson one away to 81 pommelled and see wilmington i mean that's a team that has been very saw but they lost a lot this year eleven and a half as alonso davidson wildcats yesterday curry's alma mater cover uh miami of ohio not knock off right state scott nagee of course my buddy over there coaching rate states red readers former coach at south dakota state jackrabbits for many many years uh let me see florida state 87 sixty seven take care of george washington a big way cover the sixteen and a half rutgers seventy two thirty eight beat up on cleveland state vikings back in pesky piscataway georgia state panthers pretty good team there hunters a good coach i 75 54 over rice northern illinois indicate i'll takes out was drawn to green bay 85 65 bradley while they push this number i looked at delaware to in delaware was right in this game sixty one 53 the final god bradley got some late money today that went from seventy eight so if you'd better too early on bradley coulda covered by a point memphis seventy two 62 they beat arkansas little rock they lead to many points 15 fifteen but they get the w there eighty six 71 purdue beats morquette not painters got a good squad again i've got a.

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"university nebraska omaha" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"university nebraska omaha" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"On a witness protection program set lead are we get into ochsner no one would grand low well quite somewhat sometimes time that impact so you know i think coach you think leash we really big matt barnes that you hadn't acting coach i have a knack one goal sure the only thing with that is working managed introduction i don't believe you know a source and continuing to work i get a lot of the picture and then i woke up the out with that and now i feel that you have to my experience and everything well you know anything like that that you know i was good enough to we're additions say what is that we'll put up the tight end up on your but i was you know fortune enough that nothing that happened and jitters dating a lot of weiss guys i mean you know i mean we might as well ready when you have those that was base eagerly it get respected made and i respect the down and you know what well should be under announced awareness but overall what how old were you a patrol minute or whatever before you went into under coming said it shirt i got as college i want to university nebraska omaha go to rely really struggled man and i think that i got out there in in now that a scholarship but i was a little old american out garin our i was the southeast you should have labeled him blunts champion i didn't you know and shit i i have yeah yeah to me awesome great you mentioned but i wanna who opie last night we wanted beaches that teach i want to work we pigs but you know i get what you know wellwood and i took one towards slocum announce you're graduated match and i started my career under and how long jump on the cover right away a was a two years later so great work when i slugger prosecutor's office nineteen seven they to me in the coverage right away so i'm not one but into not got it's so not that i work not irish can you learn in you know the world sharing and they're now you know what tallest wide vikings six that all that stuff yep about five years i've really working to see the difference i i wanted a big.

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