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The Young Turks is on the air!

Awwww, it’s finally here.

The show has been on hiatus since March, but it seems like it was just a matter of time before it returned.

The show has garnered rave reviews and a lot of praise from the people who have been following it on Twitter.

The hosts, Cenk Uygur, and Jordan Segura, talked to a few people in the business, and their thoughts are as follows:Cenk and Jordan discussed their recent experience in the entertainment industry, and how they’ve learned from the experience to better prepare for the future.

Jordan told the guys he has no idea what to expect from the show, but he thinks it will be “amazing” in the future and he wants to share his opinion with the world.

Jordan said he is more than ready for a career in politics and the arts, and he thinks the Young Turks will be a good fit for that.

Jordan said that he hopes the show can help change the culture and the world, and that he is excited to be a part of it.

Jordan, who is an avid music listener, has had many opportunities to listen to music and movies on his phone, and said that this show is definitely the closest thing to music he’s ever had.

Jordan also spoke to the guys about the recent controversy surrounding the Teen Wolf creators.

He mentioned that he was a fan of the show for a while, but that he wasn’t as interested in the show until they changed the ending to a gay kiss.

Jordan’s reaction to the change was not kind, but Jordan said it was something that he “couldn’t get behind.”

Jordan said that it was not a big deal for him, and it doesn’t bother him that it’s controversial.

Jordan and the guys discussed the fact that the show was on hiatus for so long, but they also discussed how they think it will help the show in the coming year.

Jordan spoke about how he thought the show would be better when it was on the ground, and the producers told him that the Young Turk crew is “very small,” so he hopes to have some “bigger fish to fry” in future episodes.

Jordan added that the fans love it because it’s more personal and more about their lives than other shows.

Jordan added that he thinks that he can “sell” his show to advertisers, and “the fans will love it.”

Jordan told the group that they have “no idea how long this will last,” and the Young Turkeys have no plans to change anything anytime soon.

Jordan was also asked what his favorite song on the show is.

He told the hosts that he loves everything on the record, but if they could pick just one song, he’d pick “The Old Man and the Gun.”

Jordan also mentioned that his favorite moment on the YoungTurks is when they decided to make the first episode a rap battle between The Old Man (B.o.

B) and a new rapper, because they liked the idea of “trying something new” with rap.

Jordan talked about his experiences working in television, but the host said that the only reason they were allowed to do that was because they were “famous.”

Jordan went on to say that he’s “excited” to be able to continue working in the industry and he hopes he can do “a really good job.”

Jordan added, “I’m really looking forward to working with them, because I think it’s going to be really good for me.”

Jordan told The Young Turks that he believes they are going to make a “huge” success of the Young Friends show, and asked the guys what they think of the new episode.

Jordan asked the crew if he should be afraid of The Old Men, and then said he’s going with that.

Jordan also said that “the Young Turks” could become the new home for the Adult Swim show “The Boondocks,” which he has been talking about for a long time.

Jordan shared that the podcast will be available on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher.

Jordan did a Q&A with the guys and shared that he has had a lot to do with the Young Jets success.

Jordan shared that his team has gotten to “the place where they can get paid to do this,” and Jordan told them that they are “in it for the long haul.”

Jordan also talked about what the hosts think of their new episode, and his thoughts on whether it will resonate with the audience.

Jordan was asked about whether it was a mistake to put “The Young Jets” on a hiatus and he replied that he did not make the decision to do so.

Jordan called The Young Jets the “old school” of American politics, and called the episode “the first time that the media is actually making political points.”

Jordan asked if there are “any other shows we should do with political points?”

Jordan said there is,