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ARL Boston Offers To Temporarily Foster Pets For Owners Facing Eviction

WBZ Midday News

00:56 sec | 4 d ago

ARL Boston Offers To Temporarily Foster Pets For Owners Facing Eviction

"New service available to pet owners who have been struggling now that thesis. It's eviction moratorium has ended. The BBC's Kim Tunnicliffe has more on the free service had owners in eastern Massachusetts who may be facing a eviction or imminent. Homelessness now have one less thing to worry about. The animal Rescue League of Boston is offering to temporarily house pets for up to 120 days through their large foster network. Amy Christian is vice president of animal welfare and veterinary medicine at the Addiction doesn't happen overnight in the protected process. We anticipate we will start To receive more call, and it may build over time, and we want to be available for long as long as necessary. We are trading cluster families getting an orientation in batches so that we can really meet whatever comes our way. There is a pre screening process and pet owners are responsible for transporting the animal owners are able to check up on their pets twice a week. Kevin

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"arl" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"arl" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

"Amac, by the way, does my voice sound any different than it. Did I don't know five minutes ago? I know check check check. I was just curious because. I wanted to give shot. I switched the podcasting mixture that I'm using today for the podcast for the first time, which is how is able to bring in that. Yeah. Amy. Seeing the road caster the road podcasting mixer. I was waiting for them to update the firmware and and add multi-track support which they did. And so I started using this. And we try to use the this mixture show, but I couldn't get this echo dialed out. Finally, finally figured out how to do it and implemented the mixer today. And it has all these effects Bilton, which is cool, and I can record like or or place on affects and stuff throughout the show, which you just heard, but as I was sending my microphone up. I didn't realize I had like every single one of the the processing affects churned on. So there there's all these affects built in the there's a compressor DSL ducking high pass built or noise gate, and then my favorite the oral exciter. Ooh, I love which I had not such try the oral excited me. Here's me without oral exciting. And then here's the or exciter churned on hold on. Here. We go on. Oh, now, the exciting turned on house. It sound. Can you tell? Back here with the cult cast, America's favorite apple podcast. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely got a little more attack. I'm going to encourage you to be sure to pronounce that Oural exile. Oh. Small. Oural arl- arl- arl- check check check. The ARL exciter has been turned on also has an effect called the big bottom. You ready for big bottom? Ask yourself. Add some some Freddie Mercury to this track. Ready? Here we go. Oh, yeah. Big bottom activated the oil exciter. I mean, the ARL exciter and the big bottom. Both activated on air voice on coke cast, America's favorite apple podcast. Yeah. I really feel like I brought a knife to a gunfight now. Find myself some kind of way to Jack up my own voice. And and really essentially the size. Just just do it with your diaphragm. You can go keys case them and emulate all these affects that you're hearing. Now, I'm gonna turn these off because I don't want. I don't want to use them for the first time without actually doing a hearing test. Anyway, as as you were starting to talk about dash line. I just realized that these were all turned on because I switched channels like an idiot right before we started recording. This is why you do not implement a new process or new piece of gear an untested process or untested PC gear into podcast for the first time on an actual show. It's a really bad idea. Okay. Let's see here. Let's talk about some some apple stuff and actually Louis. I'm gonna mix stuff up because I think it makes sense to start with this new story that came out yesterday about iphone shipments since this is a large part of apple story and a large part of what's next for apple many of you know, I pod it transformed apple into a company that was much larger and much more recognized than it was previously. And if that's true about ipod, while the iphone took into the stratosphere, many of, you know, apple makes most of its money off iphone, I think in the last quarter made fifty fifty four percent of all of its revenue just with iphone so half of apple is being funded by just the iphone. It's one of the most popular products ever released by any company ever. Well, this story out yesterday apple shipped in estimated thirty. Six point four million iphones worldwide and Q one of twenty nineteen that's thirty percent year over year decline thirty percent decline year over year decline in sales led to apple losing the number two worldwide smart-t smartphone vendor. Spot to hallway. He won twenty nineteen hallway shifted estimated fifty nine point one million smartphones, which aside here have you ever seen anyone with a hallway cellphone legal in states..

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"arl" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"arl" Discussed on Double Toasted

"It's it is a creepy effect. I like it, but you know, with with would slap his motivation is weak in the movie for me not to have powers that they don't really define and just kind of make up whenever they need something. Whenever it's convenient to have them pop up somewhere. Read somebody's mind. I do agree with you him being kind of creeping at one part, I said that you're talking about agree with you wholeheartedly that that is a good heart moment, and yeah. Yeah. And just it just him kind of terrorize these kids like, hey, we're going to be a family now. Right? Why all of at talking without me, it's like jeeze. Yeah, moments here where they play it like a like a slash of Phil. He's saying that one teenager you've got away from the herd shit like standing on a ladder. Conveniently set up for kill. You know, but it's it's a wish the move at expandable moments like that because that then you talk about him like what? A slap in the first one slap his motivation was going back to jail. He didn't want to be. You don't want to be in that book. No more. He's like, I'm gonna release my army monsters. Don't take over the world and we ain't going back initiate. But with this slapping bag, what a slap, what is the motivation here? Oh, he wants the family. He wants mommy. They don't have explain why. Why does he wanna family? Fuck? I know they don't. They don't really give you reason why they just need a reason for him to come back and do some stupid evil shit and granted it. The kids even been that he worked out well, because the kids have been nicer to him. The loss of the bench might have been cold. He was not going to be cool. Trust me. He would make cool for a little while. Nobody who blackmails you is going to be cool. Martin who likes who likes being picked up and talk about, look, this ugly motherfucker right here. You know. When I knew that he was actually conscious allow, they should've start treating the basis. Oh shit, man, my band. I'm sorry. Been like, fuck out of our house. No, I would have been like and I'm reasonable. Martin of with the Midland, slapping man, look, I know, says some shit. Let's start over. I didn't know you alive. I'll probably says some should. I didn't mean if you want, if we want to be a family and then let's be brothers. Man ain't gonna be no finish it on my end. You gotta go. A better written. Now, Martin does have spun parts. There are moments where when the when the creatures stock to appear, I like that man, I'll because I think the designs of the creatures have pretty cool. Yeah, I thought they were too. I was surprised by that because I thought, well, once it gets here, this is where it's gonna lose meals. Oh, they actually spent some some work on it. No, they're very cool designs that they got going on. It's good to see the variety good to see this really into the. Before this man. I'd never noticed this before. I just looked at this listening. You should look at one frame in this trailer right here as a frame when they got one do he's a combination of Franken berry and count chocolate and he's looking at the camera. Back to. Fabulous vampire. At me, you said I've been napping. But his goal. But you know, the thing I don't like about is that it's just all there to be random affects images, just their keep for creatures to run a muck. I don't think that there's really any store like I was talking about Jack black to hold these things together slabs it, hold it together. But again, I think his motivations week in even with that, the way these creatures let loose in the first movie, it was kind of cool that they were escaping from books because the author had these curse books that really, that's what I thought the story was great, but this whole time you thought that ARL Stein was right in these books because he's a genius because he's such a great author turns out that these books that kind of cursed and he, these ideas are coming from him because he's ideas that want to actually come to life here is none of that is the way these creatures come to.

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"arl" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"arl" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"I mean, that's like all the more power to, and I'm sure that'd be delightful him or see him on that stage. He's someone that like I liked, I liked the lack of access to his persona, his process, it's like, ooh, you're a spooky man said, just like, where do these ideas come from that? You live in a weird like main Stephen King scary day and just like, I don't know my fingers one typing and then to have him just be like, you know, follow me on my space and like I'm doing a meet and greet and like very out about like people that like are into knowing Beverly cleary is not whom thinking who's like. Judy Blume that she's like on Twitter and like the damned or whatever. I'm just like, interesting came to she in Iraq, I know. But ARL Stein statement out speaking about statements about who's gay and who's not. Every spec pilot I've ever written. I years later sent all the production companies have gone out to a statement about who's games. Everyone used thought was day wasn't that you know, this never went beyond. The second drafts are meeting, then go great. But I just like you to know that those two characters. Yeah, they do end up getting married were there was a great clinical. Whoever wrote a click hall was like a cross crossing a line Karol as revealed that generis has Krones. Oh. About our all star. Okay. But he always had he peeled back somewhere even back in the day, where at the end of each book he'd be like now and come join goosebumps fan club like remember those pages like those. Sure. He would always want. He always, he's always been this person who's like wanted to interact with the and I think like publishing as thing. Pre j. k. Rowling always wanted, how do we get people like even more on the train, like he was an early guy that had a website. If there had been social media, it was like plea have been a mailing list. We'll send you a newsletter. They want that engagement. I just like always had this thing of being like, I don't. I'm happy with the books, new creators among down to find out more about them out stock. Anybody's Instagram weird, like director of a movie that I kind of like I want to know about his life, but for that stuff from childhood, I'm like, I don't need to like now be your peer Shershukov or they wouldn't be here. Interestingly, I never, I never. Yeah. I know. I have never sought out information about j. k. Rowling life. I am a Harry Potter person, but like whenever she's like, has an interview like this is j. k. Rowling story. I'm like, I know her story. A story is replete the interview. No, I'm in the interview, but oftentimes with Oprah's gray, I did watch the one with overruns. Great. Did you like Harry Potter? You're hundred. You know, I enjoyed Harry Potter. I love the Cormoran strike novels. Oh, let's go. Those are Robert. She wrote it under the sooner. Right? Right. Like they are fantastic better than the casual vacancy. It's like it is like truly great, great. Dividing detective, right? Sort of pulpy, but she's like a very, very great rate, literary writer, but they're straight for the mysteries, but like super well done very British. They're like, yeah, and she liked pumps them out almost..

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"arl" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"arl" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"Having that interview, that guy, he was like, well, if I take this job, I'm going to be doing this like doing this. It's going to take my friend here and he's going to do all I was just like, you know, like may just think of the people that could possibly be affected by, you know, in their lives change in some positive way. You know, it's amazing to me. You know, I, I, I get chills every time I think about it. It's kind of ARL passion with clouds and everything else is freed entrepreneurs, right compact, whatever it is they really truly want. And I think the first thing obviously, is that financial freedom you mentioned? I see the same bathroom law. Of as we start off going, I got put food on my table, but it takes. I gotta get that covered. Suzanne's covered. Okay. What are really wanna do and then we start going out again massive. Congratulations to you at all that you've done vision. Obviously getting there to comic plaque is a super cool award over three hundred twenty now, but more importantly, I think miles number nineteen. No, he's a pass twenty one. It's number twenty. One person to get our number two twenty one twenty one phaser you know, it was your twenty first person to actually get over ten million dollars through funnel. So congratulations. Bugger supersonic for you. Appreciate it. We'll only people wanted to re reject you. What's the best place or how should they reject you? Yes, I started a Facebook group. You can check it out, help healthcare professionals, grow secrets. And then you know if you go in there, I assume a put a template in their of like our process so you can check it out and see so. And for those of you don't understand how. Spill healthcare like me. I did health space care exactly healthcare with no spaces, and it comes up real fast that way. We'll wait thick so much, but any else? No, I I got my question answered that don't waste money on Facebook ads that are working for you. Working so. Right, right. Simple. When you think about it. I really is. I think he knows stuff that works. Forget everything else. Yeah, right. Exactly. Congratulations. Appreciate everybody thinks he's so much for taking the time to listen to podcasts. If you don't mind, could you please share this with others rate review? This podcast on itunes means the world to me or I'm trying to get to as a million downloads here in the next few months and just crush through over six hundred fifty thousand and I just wanna get that next few hundred thousand so we can get to a million downloads and see really what I can do to help improve and gift this out to more people at the same time. If there's a topic, there's something you'd like to share or someone you like me to interview. Well, is this reach out to me on Facebook? You can PM me and I mourn happy to take any of your feedback as well as the interview more happy to to reach out and have that conversation with you. So again, go to I tunes rain review this share this podcast with others and let me know how else I can improve this or what I can do to make this better for you. Thanks..

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Here are the details on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding cake

Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

Here are the details on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding cake

"Videos you just want to be entertained and ringo was by far the most sort of charismatic he's very funny guy and you know also a survivor big alcoholic yet is booze and drugs how he married a bond girl he's had an amazing life has an amazing life and i actually caught galvin as a salty great team nothing wrong with it what page three of the daily telegraph and is highlighting that harry and meghan are rejecting tradition yet again we already know they're getting married on the saturday but this time they're rejecting tradition for the cake and this is just the most lovely sentence i've read in a long time or a few sentences so for generations real weddings have been celebrated with a slice of gloriously elaborate tiered fruitcake no such tradition for prince harry and making markle who've abandoned the old favourite for an organic sustainably source lemon and elder flower creation holly in keeping with their wedding isn't it i yes i think it is very much in keeping with them for what we know about the most caterpillar cakes remorse and spent sits down with the people challenge in the history of of the royals as opposed sustainable word you'd want to link to the marriage with really because the medved sustainable great support of the royal family in fact merican republic a small arl americans loved the royal family though i mean that's why they come here isn't it oh gosh i have to tell you when i was working back in the states in an internship in dc i mean people were tracking tracking george was going to be born and i i mean i think that's the whole thing is quite sweet but i just can't get my head around it i mean i must admit i was very much one of those who thought well once the queen fondly gives up but i really prince charles as king other really liked the for the future of the.

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"arl" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"arl" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Owning behavior mi defending the behavior no of course not i mean we all in our minds have this idyllic world that humans live in the to kind of paradise a garden of eden although i will say even in the garden of eden there was a circle of life and somebody had to kill some meat so it wasn't so i delic however i look at the integration of our culture and arl age old human behaviors and i try to understand so that we can make the world a better place together so i don't think this is the last time you're going to hear a psychologist or anybody else talking about the mental health of the floor to school shooter but i did go through the research and i wanted to give you the best information i possibly could um so let's talk about if you look at all the various school shootings and i think most of the research goes back to uh early 2000s night oh sorry 1990 to two thousand thirteen this chunk of researches and what they found out and this is what we all need to pay attention to is that nearly every school shooter does some planning and does some publicising most school rampage shooters formulate plans a minimum of two days before launching their attack and many school shooters develop and fantasise about their schemes for weeks or months before ever executing them remember the columbine killers the in vested more than a year in elaborately organizing their attack now fortunately there's lots of research on plans for school shooting that went awry people saw some things said something and so what these towards school rampage attacks give us is an insight into what goes on and what researchers found was extensive planting this planning might include hitless sometimes even do not kill lists avoid this person or that person they were nice to me suicide notes maps of schools attacked plans drawn out on maps of schools plots on social.

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"arl" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"arl" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Nice with every okay that's okay are that'd be great okay arl speaking of animals arlington police searching for a stolen kid and and canam you can't make this up arlington they can ember on the loose in arlington after stealing a sixmonthold kid named gayle out of a pet store now my executive reussir chris brought the subsidy says steel kitten it's not a pure bred her you know it selig mr biggles worth that they've probably worth a couple of thousand right okay who would steal just a regular old kid i think i know how they why they were doing because you probably have to pay fifty bucks to get a leader in spain in you know twenty five bucks to get the sean so did the cats dolled shots spain neutered any steel and the unafraid again so does a picture of his guy letsie he added her under his coat very quickly says officer stephen barlow barlow lot on she probably didn't even have time to cry for help we'll see that's assuming she was crying for help maybe she wanted to go baby she went willingly right don't know even if she did cry nobody the cops as even if she did cry nobody heard on on which begs the question if a cat cries and nobody is isn't really cry fair question man okay we have another story that i have to share with you do you know that woman who was arrested in they're whole seen she was arrested out after her son it was accused of throwing litter on the ground member that that african american woman what was her name it is it's in here i have um oh what's her name here guilt now now now holen she was defending here we go i'll what's her name not can't find it and it was you know talking the right well there is a big piece of news that came out on on this guy and it's it's not nice we'll share that with become objects plus we have another story about a of the world's oldest man supposedly we're competitive my guy who i claimed as the oldest man in world we also have another cap story loss cat for ten years reunited all that next.

"arl" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"arl" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"So you have to be able to do that kind of rewriting and so to do that you're rewriting all the you are els and then you need to go through the process of figuring out how to rewrite all the arl's such way that all the relative links to work and all the absolute links to work and then you remember that based tags are a thing and then you remember that you are els kim host names can only be two hundred fifty four characters on internet explorer and you go through a you know or or at least i went through a we went through tremendous list of how can we actually make it so that you can see this preview that will actually work in the way to me once you get all of that the actual inclusion isn't that complicated with the old eager way of doing it what we would do is bundle all of your job a script and all your cs us into two five one that we were going to load in the head of the page and then one that it with a synchronous a load in the body so an app could say i have this jobs good for the head and then i have this job scripts yes us for the for the body and that single initial jobs could file you you loaded would include the head and would trigger the loading of the body and we would also include a little bit of javascript give you some sort of reasonable api as an app developer that made sense in the clouds are apps world we still do that but we have the ability to serve all of that javascript from your original domain because we control you know the edge we control your actual demand we have a lot of we've got more capability that we had before and then we also have the capability to allow apps to a bunch of stuff that aren't just job scripted the browser which which we could definitely talk more about to so let's say i am a nontechnical user who has built a website the other different ways i could build a website and i imagine the wind to accommodate those different ones when you were building out eager i mean this is the obvious problem but i'd love to hear how you solved it is you need to basically inject code into the.

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"arl" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"arl" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"You know is building it is it is one of their sort of selfie expert phones it brings on it it it it brings i think a nice build quality if maybe a little too i phony in some respects by yet we look at things like the chip set in the ram in the storage are those conversations at factor into what consumers spend over in your market or does i mean would they look at the arl evidence i will that's a flagship phone from aapo or do they have the same kinds of conversations where it's sort of mid pack but we don't get the cpu or be don't get this the storage he's a his team could that he really interesting so the host more for market is divided into two sections one is like ultra low would it phones sculpted by xiaoming which would be like a vote that holbrooke's okay and then uh than guns the midrange the again me and motorola the fifth abode convened great rabin's and then straight in the eye and muggy weather lessens the on five at thirteen thousand rupees currency twenty seven rupees right so which him affleck's reform crosses the price of our what bliss five is deemed as or race it would not get aid when it is launched it has launched a whose extra lanza literally three percent of the rubies almost matching the grace of what was vice soda so they'll give aid than get scrutinized for the price but that'd be like some other form.

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"arl" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"arl" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Arl up these these people washington dc they get their health care for 600 bucks a year hello six hundred bucks a year gave they're not that's part of the perc 600 bucks and along with that all the drugs they they want or need as the case may be so they're they're interviewing the the guy who runs and owns the pharmacy exclusively used by congress and i think this guy would a little too far i'm thinking to myself as a breeding this article okay do you i don't know you might you might lose this contract he said i'm filling some drugs that are foursome pretty serious health problems this refer members of congress i'm filling some drugs that are force a pretty serious health problems and these are the people running the country he said he prescribes drugs for members of congress that include everything from diabetes to alzheimer's alzheimer's boy we have members of congress who are taking drugs for alzheimer's i repeat that one more time members of congress representing the people voting on laws and they have alzheimer's so it is a major so we play a game and guess he'll right well that idea i that's i mean that's where i was going with this when i see some of these representatives at i see them on tv and it does it look it looks like the brains are scrambled well maybe now we know why why isn't this major new story this is terrible this is awful you this the these people should not be you know my my my guess is some of these people probably i'll i'll be willing to bet some of these people probably can't drive a car and yet they're creating laws do you know what i'm saying yeah this is serious stuff do this is bad news any of us know anyone who has alzheimer's or signs of alzheimer's you know that these people i mean it's sad to see what they're going through but they can't be making no right exactly awful so there that story the news which will talk about the hillary is out there she still getting airtime everybody let's hillary on the program everybody was now she's going out there her latest tact and you'll hear this a.

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"arl" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"arl" Discussed on WJR 760

"They went back down there but as you talk to those who lost their homes how sad was it for you in discussing it with them and what the future will be how long will it take to get back to quote unquote normal down there well you know there were the people in the lower keys it evacuated the the problem now air want you evacuate your home and you have devastation like this you can't just come back when you feel like it so they at the top of the eighteen miles stretch where you entered the keys there's road blocks there they're letting first responders in their leading people that have homes north of marker seventy which is about lower matic kombi area uh below iraq you're not allowed to go back to your home uh until they feel it safe to do that so her the people that day down there they can clean up they can help they can do things but if you evacuated you can't get back it might be another week or two four residents to be allowed back in their homes if if it's safe enough to get back to uh you know every day we hear bore reports down there of more clean up but as of right now you can only get to about arl marker seventy four and um they pack that uh everson i guess monday where you just you couldn't go any further i heard the bridges we're all okay but where people that evacuated their up in homestead or or rob fort lauderdale or somewhere they evacuated accusing their happened or just waited out house your power randy odd the power came on two days ago thank goodness we got self server uh about the same time you know we have power we had shell service throughout the hurricane in about two o'clock in the morning on sunday we lost everything so it's been kind of weird not being able to keep in touch with anybody we had to drive to biomarker one hunt britt which is about twenty miles away from where i live who get um to get.

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"arl" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"arl" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The beginning of pakistan's existence but at seventy years ago of how does partition still shape the india and the pakistan that we see today giulio ask you first in india today and in recent years it's very much a kind of formative defining framework in fact what we have on the side of the border is a kind of hindu swagger and it it subtly reminds minorities especially finally the muslims that india is majority hindu and the underlying message there is if you don't like it you can go next door to pakistan and you don't have to search too hard to find this kind of hindu belligerence you find it in this upsurge of lynchings involving outfits that protect cows an animal this regard it is a sacred by hindus there's a crackdown on free speech you you know let a bollywood star many of them are more muslim say something even remotely critical of india and a ton of bricks comes down on them and and and it silenced them and i have to say robert that i really discovered the muslims that i spoke with about partition and about which happened seventy years on really unwilling to go on the record about how they feel about things today they're afraid that's what the climate is now and a dea od'd in in pakistan how would you say partition still shapes of that country as we see it today here the emphasis is on how muslims were the victims of hindus and sikhs and this also filters down to the very young generations i was speaking to an arl historian who was working on a project that was meant to build goodwill between pakistani and indian children by sending a cia the postcards she had two big shocks trying to implement this project the first was quite a few schools rejected her because they didn't want their children speaking to indians and then when she finally made it into a classroom she said some of the kids just refused to write postcards to indians because they hated them so much these are children who have never met someone from the other side and what's really interesting about this is that.

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"arl" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"arl" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The beginning of pakistan's existence but at seventy years ago of how does partition still shape the in india and the pakistan that we see today juliana ask you first in india today and in in recent years it's very much a kind of formative defining framework in fact what we have on the side of the border is a kind of hindu swagger and it it's subtly reminds minorities especially the muslim sms that india is majority hindu and the underlying message there is if you don't like it you can go next door to pakistan and you don't have to search too hard to find this kind of hindu belligerence you find it in this upsurge of lynchings involving outfits that protect cows an animal this regarded as as sacred by hindus there's a crackdown on free speech you you know little bollywood star many of them are more muslim say something even remotely critical of india and a ton of bricks comes down on them and and it silenced them and i have to say robert that i really discovered the muslims that i spoke with about partition and about what's happened seventy years on really unwilling to go on the record about how they feel about things today they're afraid that's what the climate is now and a dea had lead in pakistan how would you say partition still shapes that country as we see it today here the emphasis is on how muslims were the victims of hindus and sikhs and missile also filters down to the very young generations i was speaking to an arl historian who was working on a project that was meant to build goodwill between pakistani and indian children by sending a cia the postcards she had two big shocks trying to implement this project the first was quite a few schools rejected her because they didn't want their children speaking to indians and then when she finally made it into a classroom she said some of the kids just refused to write postcards to indians because they hated them so much he the children who have never mets someone from.

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"arl" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"arl" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"And there was a blacker than khawija or the lesson clay you you talk to twitter about that they carries never even seen of lacquer of an inning if a member looked at his girlfriend on i have i honestly adds an arl forensic she was he's not lou williams was relax now he's had who girlfriend and but he otago's white woman marco it wasn't who to lose the rb checkers with uh kilani kalanick us rate was she white i i can't speak come on now from julius you've stocks can while he's a lightskinned girl doc sheehan white okay and yeah he's he's kamal now but either in even in that capacity you love who you love right officer so out green woman out there and she loves me and i love hurling who cares debt we should come to win the opinions which come on my boat if she too if shoot if i was single perfect night when of course in humor is my and and i was really into a green growth mobile in her green fringe food men i'm i wanna be honest i'm a huge avery bradley guy as you should one of the biggest the measure ship crushed he's not a celtic anymore i'm i'm a huge every bradley fan like as a person and as a player like no he doesn't get as much credit as he does because those numbers don't like a man who cares about the numbers like his i am going to regain is his affect isaiah thomas though my does what i'm scared of that's why i say boston does not a guarantee because now as it has got his own man and every could take over both guys so we went eight when every got it when when i say has a c kyrghiz.

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"arl" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"arl" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Alleged leader grigory is by there for a year and a half that it might be adult kid adult it makes no sense either why what's support ain't walking about the gets them use to what they're going to do next year when it's all kid pitch too early for in what i don't understand why please tell me why because at seven years old guess if you're because of your all your they kantor strikes that is so far off are you a fact that they're playing baseball at seven that was not the case when i was a kid i couldn't play in tall was nine and this is not reich league baseball distance travel baseball iraqis barrels more bashar travel days will i haven't i used to agree with you actually don't anymore because it's very well this usa be items very well run too early it's not to the more the kids out there and play the better to tell you kill seven years old who on another i know your kids play a lotta baseball which i think is great a lot of those kids then don't play any and how spacewalkers are plucked at seven to plan a traveling temur that's up to the perez and then you have and then you're you're it just it's better across the arl league you're not allowed to play travel unless you play in town so here here's knows your answer this question here's one you know your kid loves doing what he he or she is presently doing or what you put them into so i don't care if it's theater or if it's baseball for its football when you come home yeah is your kid in is uniform ready to roll he wants he goes way more because he knows he has again yeah because you're either door basically way but i'm just saying there are some kids that don't wanna do anything the don't want to play baseball because.

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"arl" Discussed on Pod Save the People

Pod Save the People

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"arl" Discussed on Pod Save the People

"And a lot of change that we were china to put in place required cooperation at the local level me you know how many police forces are all around the country we couldn't make them house eighteen thousand we couldn't make them change and there were limitations we one of the things we explored for example as could we abuse the pursestrings to incentivize good behaviour and punish bad behaviour will allow the purses were tied up to legislation and so the justice department didn't have the flexibility that we would have liked them to have had to say okay well if you're gonna see federal funding than you need to agree that you're going to put in place the recommendations that are in our task force report because we know they were evidencebased they were wellthought out you know how broad the advisory board was it worked on them we know they work we part of what frustrated us was nu for sure was knowing what the solutions are and then trying to get the wheels to turn to move in that right direction and ensuring that at the local level there was the political will to do what needed to be done and so we you know you're pushing it up against her would often say it's like a bowel shipping you're trying to turn that battleship and in eight years you can't turn it as far as you wanted to go so you're disappointed my front oh my gosh am i disappointed that we couldn't have gotten more done by do think we turned over a really good template on this issue and that there are initiatives going on now flicked for example the arl foundation is spending a lot of time looking at the important work our chief data scientists scientists team did to look it in a.

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"arl" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"arl" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"But how that fireworks now you don't have any are they are legal power knows arl league doesn't sit in the backyard just light amok to scare the neighbors to get your house on fire no okay my dad in connecticut there are legal so i never knew anything about it so combine that with the fact that my father had a friend who blew of finger off ruling kid if you if i if my dad here's that i've been talking about fireworks on this podcast he will call me and be like don't you dare guinea fireworks it he him shooting a gone up in the his record it as low as i actually have been down to the modern his own amongst the the masses in effect yeah i think if you live here you should do then at least once on the ground the when i was in college i took friends who did not live here are gone half a million people to a million pillai snaring more people than ever watch the inauguration you guys said yes well not trump's inauguration is when i was down there so i'm i'm gonna guess this would have been like around 1990 i went down there were some college friends and there were some very very smart people who had coolers phil of like bush light milwaukee's best there were some for like five dollars a beer rice never gone like hot cakes i don't know you probably couldn't get away with are they ever as there are people who do it every year 'cause you see him down and they got like a big flag and they get the massive spread like every year america's tailgating now it's critical the way i have numbers for the payout for pack yellen horn patio got ten million dollars although that's how about this for cohen five hundred thousand dollars as well as a portion of the gate receipts and the new bill out at a cane bagga balls gave leader i will tell you wake woman combats michael will on will join us will ask him about packie owl ask him what in god's name who's doing in washington dc at this time of year i'm tony kornheiser.

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"arl" Discussed on Science Vs

Science Vs

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"arl" Discussed on Science Vs

"You have to little i'm the baby bear just right so in the real experiments the researchers were testing whether one drinking artificial sweeteners for a week changed the way the people process suga and to where the artificial sweeteners affect the bacteria emag gut sent to stop there experiments they i had to get a baseline of this subject scott bacteria and how could they were at processing suga so about that processing sugar thing time for a quick signs lesson so basically if you're a healthy person at you ingest sugars your body produces insulin which sends a signal to your cells to pull that sugar from the bloodstream to use it for energy but if you're diabetic or at risk of becoming diabetic then you'll body struggles to get rid of that sugar from the bloodstream so the sugar keeps on swimming around the blood stream and that's not so good for the body for a lot of reasons but one is that the byproducts of that shraga can build up in tissues like the kidneys in the lens of the eye and it can cause damage her for her against the real experiment went for a week day one was all about getting a baseline before the subjects we given any artificial sweeteners sent to find out how well the subjects normally pulled sugar from their blood they did what's called an arl glucose tolerance test and it's got a couple of steps what we did with this we didn't eight for eight hours and then we pricked ourselves with little needle until blood came out and then pop that blood onto this little device that tells you how much glucose is in your blood roads done and get as much food as possible tested you've heard occurred then we tested pj and i and we got our results.

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