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Fresh update on "asa" discussed on The Ramsey Show

The Ramsey Show

01:15 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "asa" discussed on The Ramsey Show

"5225 Let's start it off this hour in Fort Worth, Texas, where ASA joins us, Asa. How can we help? Hey, guys. Anthony can mix technical. You bet. What's up? Not too much living life just trying to get things figured out. So about a year ago, I started beginning at 2 99. Actually, they tables making less than 25 year and by the grace of God, I ended up getting into previous job I had They called me back and I ended up doing the job back. Someone from making below 25 years to around 52. Okay, Uh, so you know, it's just a lot of increased instant. Super awesome so immediately as soon as I got to pay increase. I just started hitting it hard and paying off debts, so I never had the chance to address My wife and I have collectively lost your opportunity to spread of our credit cards. Just be the last one this past week, actually so about 70,000 and credit cards and mix up other that's that we had. Right now, though, Uh, my wife and I ended up buying two cars back in 2019. I've got 29 ultimate shit and trying to cheap So not the best ideas back then, but desperate times and you know, he just really well over the years. It's time to keep working so Right now we're facing is the situation of we had a personal loan because she had consolidated. We had about 24,000 right now. Just restructured that long because it was killing her. Like 24% interest rate and we just got it down to seven stocking. I know. Uh but we got kind of restructure recently, which is great because now we can go down together. My question is will I saw all about 26 in my car? I tell you what such it's around 20,000 worth if I still have tried it. And she has her car, which is about 24. And I literally just brought it up to date with her because I was watching, uh, Japanese are sent things not to do with your money on YouTube and it kind of cut that day in my head is like you know what if I were just so my car Try to get as close to breaking even as possible. And then maybe just to round it at 13,000 of the car and just see if we can try to work it out from there. Yeah, you know, trying to get some advice because she totally against me selling my car right now, but she's totally against And I was like now, just think about you know, there's there's you know, Don't just look at it from Hey, we need two cars. Look at it from What's the possibilities for the long term? Because I don't want to. You know, I don't want to be in death was not like I really want to be tried before I hit 45. But you know, gotta have goals. But I'm just trying to see you know what is a good way I can try to adjust this with her and show her the positives of You know, maybe not just, you know, selling the car just did not have another car but downsizing in the death amount. You know, it's such a great question, and I really want candy come in and talk about this from a husband perspective. I really try to make sure that I'm careful and not giving marriage advice because I'm not married. But there is a level of Again. Being clear on the ultimate vision like bay. Where are we going? Do we want financial freedom, and if we want financial freedom, then there's going to be some things that we have to do that We will not like to get their hints. One of the things will be selling the car. Um, total debt. What's the total amount of debt you have excluding mortgage, bro? Real quick. So without the mortgage calculated both of our cars, plus the, uh, knowing that we just restructured. It's about 74,000. Okay? And then what's your total household income again? We're right now. With my income going up about 130. I believe 103 130 K cool so With this kind of income $74,000 in debt. If you are really follow what we teach here in the seven baby steps, you could be debt free within the next 2.5 years. Because of that, right if you cannot pay off your car within two years because your cars combined and not above your household income 50% of your household income so I can rock with it. But where you get the ding is You know you got to. You should be to pay it off within two years. So I'm in line with you of selling the cars and buying a cash car. Do you have anything in savings right now? Not yet. Literally. Just everything we've transfers has been going towards paying off the debt. Okay, again. We just paid off the last credit card. So right now it is that the savings I've had it like being have $1000 in your account, though. Not yet. We're just certain that she's been reading the, uh, you know, Total money Makeover Ireland read together just watching those videos. Yeah, that's great, man. I appreciate that. I want you to watch our videos but real quick. $1000 babysit number one. And then after that, you're going to babysit Number two, and you start paying off all debt using the debt snowball. Then you go into a fully funded emergency fund. So I want you all to stop and not stop but pause. Putting extra money towards your debt. And I want you to put $1000 and your emergency fund because it's not a matter of. If something within the next 90 days, something possibly will come up, man. Let's be honest. And so I want you to have at least a cushion to where you can pull from rather than having to go into debt. But, Ken, how does he have this conversation with his wife as a husband? Because, you know I'm a little immature in that area, because when I hear people say that I just I just want to tell my wife. This is what we're gonna do. Yeah, in it, And that's that's a single man talking who has no experience with this. You know the question I have Asia is this When you said a moment ago that your wife doesn't want you to sell your car. But let's be real specific. Is she like jumping up and down telling you? You're an idiot or moron or threatening you, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Or she just shared an opinion. She was like, I don't think you should do that. Give me give me the level. So we're pretty level headed, so she's definitely giving me She's not like overtop crazy about it. She's just like giving her opinion right because he doesn't want to be without two cars for a while. I get it. But I'm not accusing you of this, but I'm telling you that I've been here before as a married man. Sometimes Stacey may just make it off handed opinion and I'll use it as an excuse not to do something I know I should do, and she's not telling me not to do it. She's not even telling me she disagrees. Sometimes we make excuses because it's like, well, I want to do this. But, gosh, this will be uncomfortable, but because of one conversation is my wife said, I don't know how smart that is. Because we need to. Oh, you're laughing. That means a so I might be on the mark. Yes or no? Uh, come on. It's sort of like Yeah, because you know, honestly, like with everything, just doing everything that gets recently like I didn't realize how much it was hurting her personally, because she likes to go out and do things and I get it, But that's no excuse emotional about it. Get it, So here's the deal. You just admitted it. That's a long way of saying You're right, Ken. Here's the deal. Sell that car..

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The Arrowverse Finally Has a Replacement for Arrow's Oliver Queen

Scene N Nerd

01:33 min | 2 months ago

The Arrowverse Finally Has a Replacement for Arrow's Oliver Queen

"Just want to have some talk about the d.c. Cw verse lineup. Whatever recalling it these days. I know it's not their verse but i saw headline it said That painkiller was the new oliver queen. Now so so you watched the show do you. Do you agree with that Not really i know. I know twenty talking about nichols screen screenwriter article or something like that or maybe it was. I can't remember who wrote it. But i did read that piece and i did watch painkiller and about the only similarities between oliver and and khalil is their booth really now because khalil This was horsey. He left free line and ended up in custody valley and so basically grace and anisa ended up there in on their honeymoon and so but apparently the reason why khalil ended up with with a boatload of money was he and his compatriots found an old Vault from the asa and were able to to acquire those funds and use that basically Set up their their new lifestyle in this new in this new city.

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"asa" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

06:14 min | 2 months ago

"asa" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Joe biden himself has said that he's wide open on how big it would be on. What the corporate tax rate would be for mansion saying it should be twenty-five percent. They said they thought that was a good starting point in the conversations i've had with them and the deadline for this chuck. I'm told is by august recess. Oh four months. We're going to be talking about this for quite a while it's interesting. I remember when the deadline was july. Fourth it's already moved a month arguably which i think it was inevitable that it would move a bit when we come back. A republican governor finds himself on the wrong side of his own. Party's culture war. Arkansas is asia. hutchinson joins me now. A welcome back. One of the weapons. Republicans are using with an eye towards retaking powers to tar democrats on a number of cultural issues but sometimes republicans get caught in that. Crossfire when arkansas governor. Asa hutchinson vetoed a bill that would ban gender affirming treatments for transgender youth. The state's veto proof. Republican majorities in the house and senate overrode his veto by substantial margins and washington. Post op. ed last week hutchinson wrote. I'm being attacked by some of my republican colleagues for not being pure enough on social issues and for vetoing a bill that limited access to healthcare for transgender youth governor. Hutchinson joins me now governor. Welcome back to meet the press. I'm curious this was the third bill targeting transgender youth in some form in the issue in some form that had passed the legislature. Did you veto this third bill because of the specifics of the bill or was this or how much of it was enough already with these bills. That seem to be in search of of a of a problem that didn't exist. Each bill has to stand on. Its own i signed to that. I thought made sense was girls in sports Trying to protect women's sports the other one was Supporting medical conscience. That doctors can claim conscience reason if they want to deny particular procedure but they have to do emergency care and so. Those are two bills that i signed. The third one was not Well done it. Did not to protect the youth interfere with the government getting into the lives of transgender youth. As well as their parents and the decisions that doctors made and to me. It's about compassion. But it is also about making having the laws make sense in a limited role of government. And that's the case that i made in the washington post column that is republicans. We need to get back. Ask a question. Is this the appropriate role of government. Are we restraining ourselves. Look you've got quite a few and you're not your state. Legislature is not the only one like this. But you've got a quite a few of what i think would be described as loosely culture war bills or what. I'm going to describe as culture. War bills a bill that got withdrawn but wanted to ban anything that had to do with the sixteen nineteen project. You couldn't teach it in schools or another one that would have banned school tied school funding in case. You did this stuff. And i'm just curious. Why do you think there's so much focused among some members of the legislature on issues. That i you tell me. Is this really bubbling up in arkansas. Skull's well it's not but the fear is about the future and the fear is also that we're losing our culture and the case. I make though is that just because You want to keep things as they have been. Perhaps you don't need to use the instrument of the law. You don't need to use the state to accomplish that purpose in every instance There is the church there is society. There is your community and that's where the culture is is impacted or reflected in the future and again. There's too much as a republican party. The principles of limited government in its pushing freedom and choice in the free market. That's what the party is about. We've got to apply those principles even when it comes to the social war. But i'm curious if you're now if you if the voters inside the republican party don't agree with what you said. I want to put up something. Jonathan last from the bulwark wrote. He said republican voters no longer have any concrete outcomes that they want from government. What they have instead is a lifestyle brand and if you want to move up the ladder within a brand network you don't do it by governing or making policy. You do it by getting attention. A lot of these issues seem to be designed to get attention right rather than a solve a long term problem of governance. i think they're well intentioned is just that they're taking in the wrong direction and again restraint is the word. I don't want to criticize My republican legislators that i know their heart They believe in this. But i think did have said in my veto hopefully as a reminder to republicans all across the country as we look at a particular issues and and organizations trying to get us involved to pass laws to solve different problems asked the fundamental question. Is this the right role of government. Is there a better way to do. It is this reflecting the best. The republican party and is reflecting compassion. And i think those are important questions that i tried to ask in the bill that i vetoed and i think that message is an important one across the country. Let me ask you this about government interference because you've you've made a strong case limited government when it came to these decisions between a parent child their doctor. Somebody's going to hear that. And say how come you don't have the same view when it comes to abortion absolutely. That's an appropriate question. But as you know there's a big difference in the case of abortion and i've signed multitude of prolife bills i believe in protecting the life of the unborn. The distinction is that medical sciences..

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US: Arkansas governor vetoes transgender youth treatment ban

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

US: Arkansas governor vetoes transgender youth treatment ban

"Businesses. Showdown between Arkansas lawmakers and the state's governor is over and a law banning gender confirming treatments and surgery. Transgender youths set to go on the books. CBS is Allison Keyes, Republican controlled Senate and House easily voted to override Governor Asa Hutchinson's veto of the bill. Republican governor acted amid opposition from pediatricians Social worker's appearance of transgender youth who said it hurt a community already at high risk for depression and suicide The day Seo Yoo says it will challenge the law before it's set to take effect

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Arkansas governor vetoes transgender youth treatment ban

WBZ Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Arkansas governor vetoes transgender youth treatment ban

"Bill focused on transgender young people. Republican Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has vetoed legislation that would have made his state the first to ban gender confirming treatments for transgender youth. His decision came after pleas from pediatricians, social workers and parents of trans youth opposed to the measure that the CBS is Jim. Her solo lawmakers in Arkansas, though, can override the governor's veto by a simple majority numbered Harvard Group of

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GOP governors ignore Biden's latest plea on mask mandates

CNN 5 Things

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

GOP governors ignore Biden's latest plea on mask mandates

"Some states are dropping their mask mandates despite a direct plea from president biden to renew the orders. Mississippi governor tate reeves tweeted quote. No thank you. Mr president in response to mr biden's request citing declining case numbers in his state. Arkansas governor asa hutchinson is leading. The state's mask mandate expired today. Although masks will still be required in some venues

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Arkansas Senate OKs ban on treatments for transgender youth

Democracy Now! Audio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Arkansas Senate OKs ban on treatments for transgender youth

"The arkansas state senate has passed a bill that would ban gender affirming care to transgender minors including hormones and puberty blockers if republican governor asa hutchinson signs. The bill arkansas will become the first state to ban gender affirming care to trans youth chase strange deputy director for transgender justice at the aclu's and hiv project. Denounce the bill. As quote the single most extreme anti trans law to ever pass through a state legislature.

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Arkansas governor signs transgender sports ban

Morning Edition

00:59 min | 3 months ago

Arkansas governor signs transgender sports ban

"Governor Asa Hutchinson has signed a bill that bans transgender girls and women from competing in school sports teams consistent with their gender identity. Jacqueline Frohlich with member station K U A E F says Arkansas will join Mississippi as the first states to enact such laws. After signing the bill, Governor Hutchinson issued a statement claiming girls and women should be free to compete without interference from any quote student of the male sex. A reference to transgender girls and women, he asserts the law is needed to level the playing field in women's sport. Arkansas trance activists worry the new law will lead to genital checks during required sport physicals. Arkansas lawmakers are also expected to pass a bill barring gender affirming medical care for trans youth, with the exception of psychological counseling. For NPR News. I'm Jacqueline Froelich and fade. Phil.

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Arkansas governor signs transgender sports ban into law

BBC World Service

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Arkansas governor signs transgender sports ban into law

"Northam. NPR NEWS, The Republican governor of Arkansas has signed a law that bans transgender women and girls from competing in school sports teams consistent with their gender identity. Governor Asa Hutchinson announced the move. On Thursday, Arkansas became the second state to enact such restrictions. Representatives from medical and child welfare groups say the law will have

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Earth Hour 2021 Shines a Virtual Spotlight on the Natural World

The Sustainable Futures Report

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Earth Hour 2021 Shines a Virtual Spotlight on the Natural World

"Urged to mark earth hour on saturday earth our is an initiative of wwf the world wildlife fund which started in two thousand seven eight thirty on saturday. Turn off the lights. Silver dog and think of nature wildlife and by diversity and the threats which they all face this year because across the world. Most of us are under lockdown. Wwf he's launching. A video asks everyone to share that video on saturday to send it varley across the world to raise awareness of the damage that we are doing to our environment. The effect not damages having not only on the climate but on our health our food supplies and ultimately on asa viable long before survival becomes an megyn issue. The world will become an uncomfortable and dangerous place to live if we don't take action.

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House approves $1.9 trillion COVID relief package

Rob Kendall Show

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

House approves $1.9 trillion COVID relief package

"Is on the way $1400 for many Americans with the passage of the American rescue plan, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, reacting to the plan on CBS's face the Nation. While there's many good things about it is too large, and we've got to make sure the states have flexibility. The nearly $2 trillion relief bill was signed into law last week by President Biden with no Republican votes in Congress.

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Americans see better days ahead in pandemic and economy

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Americans see better days ahead in pandemic and economy

"NEWS BRIEF. The economy seems poised for a shot in the arm of its own, with Americans bullish about its prospects both nationally and locally amid the covert 19 pandemic that, according to a new CBS News poll, director of surveys Anthony Salvato on Face the Nation. People tell us that they think this bill is going to help them. Personally, That's always important as well as of course, the national economy, So the bill is a done deal. Arkansas Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson says he wishes it had not passed. There's great investments in there. Why there's Republican opposition well is just simply too large.

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Arkansas governor signs near-total abortion ban into law

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:44 min | 3 months ago

Arkansas governor signs near-total abortion ban into law

"Arkansas governor. Asa hutchinson on tuesday signed into law legislation banning all abortions in the state a sweeping measure that supporters hope will force the us supreme court to revisit its landmark roe v wade decision but opponents vowed to block before it takes effect later this year. The republican governor had expressed reservations about the bill which only allows the procedure to save the life of the mother and does not provide exceptions for those impregnated in an active rape or incest. Arkansas is one of at least fourteen states. Swear legislators have proposed outright abortion bans this year hutchison said he was signing the bill because of its overwhelming legislative support and my sincere and long-held pro-life convictions. The bands were pushed by republicans. Who want to force the. Us supreme court to revisit. Its nine thousand. Nine hundred seventy three roe. V wade decision legalizing abortion nationwide conservatives believed the court is more open to striking down the decision following former president. Donald trump's three appointments to the court must abolish abortion in this nation just as we abolished slavery in the nineteenth century. All lives matter republican senator jason reports. The bill's sponsor said in a statement. The legislation won't take effect until ninety days off to the majority republican legislature adjourns. This year's session abortion rights supporters. Say they plan to challenge the banning court before then. The american civil liberties union of arkansas called the ban cruel and unconstitutional.

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Asylum Seekers Are Allowed Into U.S. For Their Day In Immigration Court

Morning Edition

02:29 min | 3 months ago

Asylum Seekers Are Allowed Into U.S. For Their Day In Immigration Court

"Now, the odds for asylum seekers are long. But the courts are so slow that he may live in the United States for years awaiting his court date. So the Biden administration's new policy just changed. Manfredo is life. The story is different for other people behind him, including some people in the camp. He just left. NPR's John Burnett was at that camp this week and is on the line. John what you find Steve Well, the most infamous refugee camp on the US Mexico border is almost empty. A month ago, it was teeming with more than 600 migrants. And today there are only a few dozen people left. Now it's looking like a deserted shanty town. With all these colorful camping tents flapping in the Gulf breeze and no one's inside them. City workers are hauling out great piles of garbage and personal belongings. U. S immigration agents began processing the folks there first, in part because so much international intention was focused on this wretched camp with its snakes, mosquitoes and mud. Ah, so that explains why Manfredo was so quickly able to cross the border. But who are the people who have not been able to cross? Well, they're mostly Central American migrants have already lost their asylum cases. One of them is Donny Lopez Rossa, a 28 year old Honduran. Had been to the can't many times over the past two years, and I'd met with him before, and boy did he have a rough time? The first time I met him, he was lying in his tent recovering from a vicious mugging. His face was a swollen mass of bruises. Gangsters had tried to extort him. Barasa is still there because the U. S immigration judge didn't believe his story that he fled Honduras to escape the thugs there. And the corrupt police in his country. And then now he's lost his appeal so that ASA says the mood there is bittersweet. He says there's sadness because he and others were left behind. But there's happiness because so many have been able to leave and finally get into the US. Why is he remaining in that awful camp, though? Well process says he believes God will still deliver him across the border. If the Biden administration will have mercy on people like him who suffered in that camp for so long, and the camp has been there for nearly two years, and you know, close relationships have been forged in adversity. Some people fell in love, including PAGASA. Come in, come in, he says. I was with my girlfriend for more than a year. She and her daughter crossed the border last Friday. She didn't want to go without me. She cried and cried and cried, but I had to convince her that she had to

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Dissecting Man United Luke Shaw's Strange Post-Match Interview

ESPN FC

04:56 min | 3 months ago

Dissecting Man United Luke Shaw's Strange Post-Match Interview

"Nothing to talk about that came of course in the job between chelsea united unsurprisingly the media picked up shell. Strange postmatch interview polluting. That was luke. Shaw coming out and saying the. He heard the referee towel harry. Maguire the couldn't give the penalties the penalty because it recalls too much controversy. Power mcguire has come out and said show misheard anyway. My saying all of this leads up to social saying well. The referee didn't give the game gave the penalty because everyone hates manchester united now. The referee admits it couldn't give it because it would cause too much of a fuss and the also admitted that the chelsea website behind everything bad. That's happening man just united at the moment. Because it's then who said. Keep an eye on harry. Maguire and this man united lot because they might give away a penalty dawn. How do we dissect all of this while. I mean where you wanna stop. I would say look bang out of voter. The players and the referee sites which should be strictly confidential in referee sites plaza and players of communication referees. On the pitch not shouldn't get anywhere near in my opinion into an interview after the game. They've got to keep quiet. No good for the game whatsoever. But then you go into all ec enough to the gunman hayes. Massively deflected away from yet. Another poor performance against help six. The only goal scored. Monday united was in russian against tottenham when they lost six waterproof not being quite dire so i think as a clutch and massively done. We'll talk about this running against the the big six minute. But i just want to go back to something that i think we've ever actually discussed on this show steven considering we discussed everything like an unwritten rule. Basically what referees and players say to each other than shouldn't be exposed to the media heard that before knob sister ray thing to do i don't i don't think we'll see is not a referee alive. He's going to tell to a player. And say i didn't give a decision because it could be controversial. I mean that is just ridiculous. Listen i've been. I've been playing and coaching for thirty years. And football and referees matan good ones average ones a lot of incompetent ones. But i'll tell you what they're all honest and they'll make decisions the time they don't go around looking at websites and thank could be a keep me on penalty decision that i'm not going to get because that's what all the time i mean. Just don't don't kid yourself as absolute nonsense and look shaw. You watch the video lou. Shaw as even in the camera. He's behind the referee. The goal at the back of his head to show shawl thanks he had then is beyond me and thankfully highly mcguire chemo and said as much which leads us to the next point which is so bringing this up because surely he should've rectify things on made sure everything was one hundred percent right before he then goes and and spill to the fire by bringing again in the post match interview. All right. let's say for sake of argument. That indeed only gonna so. Scar is checking now. The websites of all the teams in the premier league and how they're influencing the referees. And what that may do against medicine. Let's let's just assume that that's this is what he's doing as far as preparing his team or his own preparation for the game. Why would you come on and say that in public. Will you tell the world that you care about the chelsea website. And what their material is. How does that make you look asa manager. How desperate insecure paranoid does that make you look that. You are concerned about whatever's going on in chelsea website who's running the chelsea website. And what do you care about that. This is honestly of all the things that you can bring up with managers. This is the one that i'm just kinda like. Why do you care. This have to do anything. We whatever's going on on the field and that's your responsibility. What goes on on the field. You can control but this the lusa website is a problem. That's another issue to stevie show has obviously told all that straight after the game yet. You know unless. I can assure you you don't listen to what please tell you. After again. the runner genders thought. So what happened in the game and and the majority of them don't really know again and won. T believe that things and that's exactly what shows done. He wants to believe that should ref said so. He's decided so then he goes and tells these manager after the game. And that's why only staying on the on the interview because all these not saying unless luke shaw has actually told them so shows the one that's all i don't necessarily think the all is because he genuinely tame believed what shows told them but there should be a lesson

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U.S. Officials Warn Governors Against Easing Restrictions

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:11 min | 3 months ago

U.S. Officials Warn Governors Against Easing Restrictions

"The country, but federal officials worry that it could be stalling out health officials. Urging people not to relax their use of masks and social distancing as more vaccines become available. States and cities, meanwhile, have been gradually lifting restrictions in recent weeks and Arkansas the governor says all public health mandates for businesses. Become guidelines. Susanna Cytotec of member Station K. You A F reports Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson lifted all state directives imposed on restaurants, bars, gyms, salons, indoor and outdoor venues and other businesses. Directives included enforcement too, and penalties. Hutchinson says businesses will still be incentivized to continue to follow mask wearing in social distancing guidelines to maintain liability protections because the business liability protection is based upon Following public health guidelines and making a good faith effort to make sure everyone is safe and their employment if people's behaviors lead to more new cases and hospitalizations, Hutchinson says he is prepared to reinstate mandated measures on businesses. For NPR NEWS. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas. President Biden is back in Washington

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Healing The Child Within

Awaken To Empower with Kay Sanders

03:37 min | 4 months ago

Healing The Child Within

"Levels on your spiritual awakening but going back to the topic today. I wanna talk about the healing of the inner child because he the inner child is so very important. Because everything that you've experienced as a child no matter how bad it was. How good it was the inbetween. You have experienced many things as a child that you were as you were growing up and it can affect you to date so if you feel as if you are holding back or a few are having a hard time really stepping into your power if you're not allowing yourself to really shine your light and put yourself out there man do more of which you know deep within you are meant to do. Usually that comes from things that you've experienced asa child so he looked in. Our child is really really important. Because i get it. I mean our adult mind thinks rational and when you think about certain things that you've experienced as a child you may think yeah makes sense. You know why it happened the way it did and what's going on. What not but you see the things your your child mind because your inner child your younger self is still part of you right. It has never left. It's just you grew up but in our child is still part of you so your child mind part within you that still that child does not understand right because all timelines they kind of come together so your younger self your future self your current self. It's all want you all are one. You all are part of each other right so you adult mind may think about something had happened when you were a child and it make sense why it happened away. I did ride why you couldn't do certain things a why you experienced the things that you experience or whatnot but your child self your younger self amine. At that time it didn't understand right. So let's say you're of your parent walked out on you. What now you as adults self. You may understand why your dad or your mom didn't spend much time with you why they did walk out on you or whatnot. Maybe now you understand your from the rational thinking you understand but that child self of you that experienced the agony the pain the disappointment the abandonment of losing their parent. It doesn't right so like i said you may understand it intellectually but there's part with immune still deeply hurt and scared and it can affect you today. Let's say your parents have gone through divorce right. May than a child. You may have taken on the belief that well marriages don't last. You know so even though now you know better because you've seen it you have friends and other family members who have been married for years but still the child part within you at younger self still knows the pain that you experienced when your parents were going through a divorce so no matter what shakespeare s a chop anything that was somewhat on the negative side effect that you as a child and it also affects you today because at that moment when it happened when your child it imprinted certain believe certain emotions onto you and now as you're trying to put yourself out as you're trying to go about creating the life that you want a wakeham spur tally and really trying to

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How Netskope is Refining Edge Security

IT Visionaries

05:09 min | 5 months ago

How Netskope is Refining Edge Security

"Today we have sanjay beri. He is the ceo and co founder of netscape sanjay. Welcome to the show. Thank you great to be here all right so we always give all of our guests an opportunity to tell us exactly what their company does. Your the ceo and founder of netscape. What do you guys do absolutely so. Our focus is making sure that organizations enterprises across the world can leverage the new way people work remote for example and do it securely star focuses protecting enterprises from threats theft of data while enabling them to work the way they want to liberty in cloud leveraging the internet working remote in so on and so our category as making would call. It is something called secure access services edge. It's a redefinition of the market of data security to a new cloud security edge. All right so. Explain that to me without using the your industry buzzwords. Because i think this because i'll i'll let me frames up my perspective on this. I've worked at different companies. Or let's say remote i so or maybe they're even cloud native i so we didn't really depend too much on too much. Enterprise security everyone just kind of logged into public cloud. If they were developers they would have me. Vpn are asa access. So that would get them to their development instances so there's a lot of audience that doesn't quite understand exactly why enterprises needs connectivity. Security solutions like netscape kind of framing for me like what's happening in the marketplace. What's happening with your customers. And why products and services like yours are needed to begin with totally totally so just if you step back. The single biggest market insecurity people spend close to thirty billion dollars a year on. Is this market call data network security and what is that. It's the stuff that you heard of like wham. Gateways firewalls data. Loss systems proxies. They're all boxes Somewhere near network so biggest. market insecurity. the problem. There's problems with that market. The world has moved on meaning one sixty seven percent of people work remote and people don't want to go back and bp another corporate network anymore they want to go straight to the internet straight to cloud and so one. The location of those boxes wrong It's forcing inefficiencies performance problems too much expense and so people are saying. Wait a minute. I don't want these boxes. Mike perimeter. I want this edge in the cloud. Where no matter where i am. I have great fast access to my resources in. I have this security on ramp right that is everywhere in the world and you know with us. Fifty milliseconds away from anybody in the world doesn't matter what country would city and is this virtual clouded so one the change in the way that people are working remote partners accessing things assessing the change in location if your security in this market to the language has changed and so important point every ten years maybe fifteen. The language of the internet changes so reality is remember way back when paolo to networks came out and and they said hey we're going to beat cisco juniper and all these folks and it's because the language internet has changed it's all about application identification. The reality is that that has happened again. Ten years later and now the world and the language and internet is. Api's it's j. It's you that's how applications are built. The internet is built and so as a result all those systems that you spend thirty billion on that. Sit in the wrong location. They don't understand the language. And so i'll give you this great example. Send with his so and she said to me. Hey sanjay Okay is about four years ago. she goes I got these systems. I got these proxies. I got this firewall. In what more do i need. And i said what are they telling you. And she goes water all their bill. You know five or cave data amazon. And i go to her will. What are you gonna do with that. I mean i don't know a quarter of the internet goes goes to actually. I don't know what to do that. And i go well. It speaks the wrong language stickers in sticks his in and i our system tells her actually that guys on slack gonna public channel sending credit card by the way it is fighting. Mccabe data amazon. They're both right and i go. What do you want which one she goes. I want the second one data this point. The language internet changed and so this concept of mexico is put your security where you want in the virtual edge no matter where people work there and speak the language that the internet speaks so you can set in protect your data in a much better way to. That's a short summary for you.

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Jon Ossoff and the movement energy hes tapping in Georgia

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

04:12 min | 6 months ago

Jon Ossoff and the movement energy hes tapping in Georgia

"John asa. Thanks so much. For coming on the podcast. Thank you so much. Jonathan grade the bigger right so you just started a bus tour a six day bus tour. If i remember right where are you going. And what kind of reception have you been. Been getting because it's been a one day already so far. Yesterday we were out in in madison and augusta and we will be hitting not just every major city but Several dozen small towns will be very visible in rural georgia. And this is the health jobs and justice bus tour across the state in the program that we are encouraging folks to get out and vote to support is one that ensures every georgian has great healthcare that we invest in economic recovery and job creation infrastructure clean energy and that we passed major criminal justice reform at a new civil rights act and that is galvanizing our coalition. There is movement like energy in georgia. Right now and as. You've heard me talk about jonathan. The situation in georgia is unusual. Because you've got a young jewish son of an immigrant running alongside a black preacher. This is not how democrats have been running in the south for the last couple of decades of talk more about that. Because i've heard you say that in television interviews Mostly in television interviews. And you know you both. You and reverend warnock who. You're talking about another person. Who's been on the podcast of your both sons of the south but for you in particular you were born and raised in georgia. As you just said you jewish-american and for a lot of people. The south has not been hospitable to african americans or jewish-americans. Talk talk about your your Your childhood your upbringing a did you endure wild antisemitism there in georgia not wild anti semitism up but it's something that pops up from time to time in the life of any jewish person. I think that. Because i don't wear a keep up right a yarmulke because i'm not outwardly. Observant I would not attract the same sort of over a of anti-semitism might who's judaism is more apparent externally or as a black person might in the south. But i think that when i inflict on my childhood so i was bar mitzvah at the temple which is a a reform synagogue in atlanta and one of the interesting things about the history of the temple is that it was nineteen fifty seven when dr king established the elsie in atlanta and it was nineteen fifty eight when the temple was bombed and from the late nineteen fifties through the civil rights movement of the early and mid nineteen sixties and all the way through the present day there has been an alliance between blacks and jews in georgia and when i first sat down to have a meal with congressman john lewis because my first ever exposure to anything like public service was working as a very very young man in his office where he wanted to talk to me. You were in high school. That's why it's had very very young man that exactly. I mean we ever had for about ninety minutes. He wanted to talk about that alliance. He wanted to talk about how he marched. Alongside rabbis and jewish activists. Here was a young jewish man in his office. He wanted to talk about the necessity of nurturing and strengthening that alliance and not taking for granted that that would happen on. Its own and so i- i reflect often as you've heard me reflect about how he is looking down on us right now in georgia smiling.

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A big year for Bad Bunny

Pop Culture Happy Hour

09:41 min | 6 months ago

A big year for Bad Bunny

"Welcome back here with me from her home in washington. Dc is npr. Music and latino contributor. Stephanie fernandez hi stephanie. Hey steven great to have you so as we mentioned in. The bad bunny has released three albums in two thousand twenty the first y h l q. Md l. g. That's yoga lo que. Mais della ghana. Or i do whatever i want came out in february not long after bad bunny performed with jennifer lopez shaquille and j galvin at the super bowl halftime show. You'll find your haga made lagana at number seven on. Npr music's list of the fifty best of twenty twenty then in may bad bunny put out an odds and ends compilation called los que. No iban asa lear or the ones that were not going to come out. And now he's released ultimo tour del mundo which translates as the last tour of the world. The new album was written and recorded in quarantine and bad bunny had said it would be his last album not surprisingly he has already walked. That back a stephanie. Near the beginning of this year you interview. Bad bunny for a pitchfork profile called day in the life of bad bunny introverted superstar. Let's start with your thoughts on the new record which feels more restrained and reflective than the album. He put out earlier this year. Absolutely well let me start by saying that. It's been a crazy year for bad bunny. Output has been insane and prolific. and he's proven more than once that he can put out a great record. I really liked this album But i'll confess that i i i. I felt some fatigue at the fact that this is the third bad album coming out. And i'm a big fan of bad bunnies. I've been following him for a long time now. But i also believe that there's time for an artist to slow down into you don't need to put out so much music that being said. I really liked this album. It's really grown on me. Since i first heard it definitely appeals to the mo and may clearly bad bunny has also been listening to a lot of new metal and pop punk in quarantine. Well let's talk about the differences between this record and the one that he put out at the beginning of this year. That was kind of a more hard charging album in this one. As you said is is a little bit more mo absolutely. I think you know there has been this temptation to compare the two albums because they've been his two biggest releases. This year i think at the end of the day. they're such different projects. He was really trying such different things with them. That album iago looking at it. I was really focused on going back to the heart of puerto rican thrown from the early two thousands in the late nineties. The kind of music that bad listen to growing up the latin pop landscape now sounds a lot different than the music. Bad bunny loved growing up. And you know john that has historically not been widely accepted in latin pop and latin mainstream until the last decade. And one thing that he acknowledged to me when i interviewed him as well as you know something that was really the main focus of this record. Was you know undeniably making this sound of the music that influenced him growing up the artists that really deserve the shine when it comes to the strides made in this genre and this album is more about honoring a different kind of music that he loved growing up which is rock and rock and program spaniel and pop punk and i think what you really can see across. His body of work is just the deep respect that he has different kinds of music that he loves as well as this nostalgia. I think both records really have a lot to do with nostalgia in this way. That's really interesting to me especially in a year. That's been so difficult for so many people. Some many of us are finding comfort in music. That's not new music. That reminds us of more comfortable more simple times as it were. Even though these two albums are really different they both have really special offerings. Well one thing. I wanted to talk about it about this new record wanting that immediately jumped out to me as somebody who did a certain amount of coming of age in the nineties there a couple of songs on his record like to deseo loma harder. And you'll vito c. That are very tinged with all rock. Sounds like really kind of nineties. Rock sounds taught me talk. Yeah you know. This album has a lot of guitars. Sad guitars brad guitar. He's kind of teasing out this kind of pop punk and nu metal side that he has actually alluded to in previous work on his debut album sandra he had a song called dynamo moscow allowed which was really a pop punk song and people were so surprised to hear that from bad bunny and on your looking like he had llamas mignano which is like one of my favorite songs this year and a that just absolutely bursts into this new metal rage moment that is just so so registered so good and i think you know i i. I didn't think anything could match with those two songs. Made me feel. But i couldn't stop listening to to the settled on my heart. I really think it's like that. Riff is just so heart. Sick and tortured and cathartic. It's a little bit of that success. Mada below gun mental burden sep putra dot com the company. I think you can kind of get a sense of the exact angst. That's at work here but can you walk us through what that's about. Yeah you know. That song is kind of a classic reflecting on a break-up ballot and it's kind of a self torturing acknowledges wasn't great to you and i hope that one day you can forget about me but it's also just really indulging in that feeling and i think that's something that somebody people can relate to maybe a lot of people who've spent a lot of time alone in this year of in thinking about so. It's got a lot of sad. Bob's for reflecting on on these sad moments but also got a lot of really happy moments. I wanted be just kind of give people a sense of place about where he kind of fits into the latin music world like he is a boundary pushing artist. He's pushed a lot of these of gender presentation He sings about gender relations in ways. That feel really fresh absolutely. I think you know for several years now. Bad bunnies kind of establish this reputation for himself as a political or outspoken artist. And it's a label that he wrestles with. I think he is breaking a lot of barriers in terms of challenging masculine in latin pop. And he's really kind of an outlier. In terms of how vocal he is about these issues in two thousand nine hundred and he was really involved in the protests import. The frigo demanding the resignation of prepared for ceo in the past. He's also really challenge these ideas of gender presentation as you mentioned. You know he'd paint his nails and he'd wear skirts and bad. Bunny received a lot of praise for that and it was a big statement to a lot of his fans as much as he's gaining so much praise especially this year he's also had a lot of moments of public learning you know he's resisted this idea of becoming like a spokesperson for any group of people or report the frigo and earlier this year. You know a lot of fans were disappointed that he took several weeks to respond in support to the black lives matter movement and eventually he released a letter expressing his feelings and kind of saying himself. The thing that so many of us had already come to the conclusion to which is that. You know you can't rely on celebrities at the end of the day to lead us forward and social movements to be the voice of progress. I think bad bunny has made a lot of big statements that challenge how latin pop's most visible stars approach politics but then again on and trap have always been political and bad bunny is not the first and i know he won't be the last. Yeah you mentioned. His relationship with puerto rico. I think that's one thing that really jumps out about him. Could you talk a little bit more about that. Absolutely i think what definitely sets bad bunny. Apart from all of his peers in the industry is just how committed he is doing right by his community and worked to recall. Specifically i think in all of his music you can tell that. He's striving to remain authentic. And there's so many little love letters to community on this album samples the legendary astrologer welton on the penultimate track. His famous sendoff muccio more. He shouts out puerto rican and latino legends in general like leveaux the ruben blah the song and then latinos like real manna. You can tell that. He's he's aware that he's operating within a lineage. He never leaves any doubt about who he's trying to uplift and who is trying to represent here and he closes the album on a classic puerto rican christmas song comparison performed by today obama hegna which is a group from his hometown of vega baja. Your old it's kind of odd. Because it's like he's not on the song. Obviously it's recording from the fifties. But it's a song about how some people have jubilant joyful christmases and others spend it in sadness or in poverty. It is a farewell to a year. That i think all of us are happy to see go and i think you know though. He sits at this place of enormous wealth and privilege and fame. I think he's really at the end of the day driven by this desire to remain

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"asa" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"asa" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Yo this dude I love. I love what? Zack Prescott is not worth that money. But he's GonNa just dig his heels in and they're gonNA give it to them. They're going to do it. Maybe not forty five. He's they're offering thirty five. He wants forty five gets forty based on what based on. Who else is going to be a quarterback? I don't know Kevin probably give that will Scott forty million dollars I agree. I think highest. Qb In history. We are reaching a point where I always use Matthew Stafford as the example like the lions are Never GonNa fucking win a title or or contend with Matthew Stafford but he puts up numbers as good. And that's almost the worst thing you can have because it's like well if we let them walk. What the fuck are we going to do? But if we pay him guess what you have no money else to build your team and you're gonNA be stuck in mediocrity for the duration of his contract and I think that's kind of what Dak Prescott is right. I mean like he does have a good team around him. I think if you like performs at his peak you could contend. But what are the the cow? Jerry Jones is not want to be a quarterback list. You know what I mean. He doesn't WanNa be star and it's like Whoa. Whoa WHOA was the turn of Casey. What else are you GONNA do? I don't know maybe it's just mind blowing to me that he has an agent probably is Peter Nelson. That's what's happening. Who by the way can I just tell you Inside sources have said that. Hbo Does Not Call Him Suit. Man They call him suit boy. Oh apparently he's like the laughingstock of HBO. Right now in actually is like people are actually kind of pissed off at it. Sounds like he was in a relationship with someone that he was doing business with and it wasn't disclosed and all this shit so I think it's actually pretty soon boy as far as HBO IS HERO. Soup boys to the rescue. But yeah I mean like what right now Jerry. Jones made moves to win. Now you overpaid for Marco did all of these things and then all sudden you're just going to say all right never mind and you're going to go with like ub to some rookie or some scrub. Or whatever I I not for the cowboys for a guy who like I want to be on prime time I WANNA contend. I want the stars. I want the names. I think he's going to have to gave you talking about not wanting to be the laughing stock. I think you're a laughing stock. If you give Dak Prescott forty five million dollars a year. I don't think it matters the only if you give Dak Prescott ten million dollars more a year than you offered him. Which would have made him. The highest paid quarterback in history. And you don't win the Super Bowl every single year. That he's on the roster you're laughing laughingstock right. I know it's tough when it's like you know well Tom. Brady's making like twenty or whatever the fuck you son for. And you're going to like almost double that or ten or fifteen million more than that people feel like. We are in the upside down if if if you can get that kind of money. There's always guys who who kind of their contract comes up at the right time and like like at one point in the NBA. Mike Conley was the highest paid player. And he's a nice player. He's fine but it was just like he had signed right when the TV deal or the negotiate the Bar Cpa or whatever was new and salary cap was higher and so for a brief period of time. He's the highest paid player. If Dot Prescott gets forty forty five million dollars a year as soon as some of these through studs come up for their contract. He'll that's onto fifty fifty five. It's like it won't be long. Live like four forty or forty five is so high but there's a chance that in a few years that's like more reasonable. It'll definitely be topped. Always like you see all the time when guys get these big contracts. You're like what the hell are they doing? It's more of the fact that it's Dak Prescott now. He's obviously not been horrendously bad but he does not deserve i. I mean you could make the argument. He doesn't deserve thirty. Five million dollars year. I jam writing banking on well. There's there's only there's nobody like fucking ten or twelve or fifteen like serviceable guys and the rest of the league is straddling. We don't want to be one of those teams. So Ian rapoport digits tweet. He said according to the team side and Dak Prescott agent that that report is not completely true that he just wants a shorter deal. And the cowboys WANNA longer one. But that seems to me if you want and I mean football gets weird with guaranteed money and incentives. I'll give Dak Prescott the call her daddy treatment. I'll give you guarantee of like twenty and you can make up to fifty fifth forty five if you like ball out sure. Let's do that because then everybody wins or I'm sure I'm actually surprised the cowboys WANNA go longer like why don't you just be like all right? It's fucking fifty but it's only over to and the guarantee is actually only like sixty or something like that like there's a lot of ways you can get creative and football with length and guarantees and the numbers seem crazy but in reality. It's a lot more normal and like football's crazies. Not You could just fucking cut people right. It's like if you heard it doesn't performance. I don't know like you know. Some of its guaranteed but the rest bucket work on. I don't know how how it's going to play out. But he is. I think he is. He's almost like perfect for the modern world. Where it's like whatever you like Donald Trump Dave whatever you say over and over and over and you just hammered and act it and you play the part. He's just like I'm a forty five million dollars quarterback and you just keep you hold your ground and you keep saying it it my fucking work really might. Yeah well I mean and then like you know. People are tweeting. Like I'm seeing is up in five years so he wants a shorter deal. Because when this happens like quarterbacks we making fifty sixty million like I understand. There's a lot that goes into it. All I can say. Is that the fact that I can read a tweet. That says that Dak Prescott turned down. One hundred and seventy five million dollars over five. Years is all I need to know. I don't give a fuck about all the numbers. I don't care that's insane. Preach girl preach ZIP for us today. Barstool Chicago's up next. I'm sure Eddie and the gang mytalk a little parallel universe to A. We'll be back. Well no we won't be like tomorrow on Tuesday so we got a nice little day weekend break sad sad so time he kevin find a way to fill your time fellas and girls because we ain't here for four days so we'll catch you on Tuesday Enjoy THE KICKOFF OF SUMMER. Stay Home. Stay healthy.

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"asa" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"asa" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"When you're on the business or whatever and type of hype and you make it sound like i don't know that you do porn. You've ruined your life. You say that and i'm in some ways i'm surprised because you know we got me to this woke movement but it doesn't feel like that's trickled into porn as as much as you or sex work yeah right as a really at all you know yeah. I don't know if it's like. Are we ever going to get there or it's like the it's this weird thing though because like i sure i'm drawn to the tabernacle of porn. I think if porn were like any other job maybe i wouldn't be interested in you know what i in speaking of like similarities between like comedians and and porn performers like i think that's something we do have in common like we're definitely like outliers of society yeah. There's something like about us. I think that like doesn't want to go with the rest of the we don't wanna work enough. This is gonna work. They really really want is but yeah like we were not like. Conventional people like comedians. I mean you guys you know your job. Starts hurts at like eleven p._m. Like that's fucking crazy. You know like how much more could you be away from society going against society. I mean i think if anything i don't i don't if you agree with this too but like i felt like with comedy at. Least you know even if you don't make it you it's a journey to find who you are and you're right and that's what's the most rewarding thing for me. Is i've been doing this for. I guess almost almost six years and every year like i have a better understanding of who i am and that just might be because because i'm getting older but because i'm like testing who i am every night <hes> just like saying things that are on my mind talking about things that you wouldn't mind not expect like straight asian guy to talk about. It was like why not what did you think you kind of talked about like in a different interview but did you feel that way about yourself. Maybe like either sexual or not sexual but like. Did you feel like you're like kind of discovering driving like who you are what you liked your porn like it. This is gonna sound so ridiculous but i feel like i know that you've done like you know heke aged on there uh-huh but people when they hear your name i don't think people think asian points they think asa akira and i feel like you've transcended from being just like an asian porn start to like also the brand i think so like when i first started porn i i was definitely shooting like probably two thirds of my work was like i was a masseuse yeah. That's it..

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"asa" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"asa" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

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"asa" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"asa" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

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"asa" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"asa" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

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"asa" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"asa" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

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"asa" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

08:33 min | 2 years ago

"asa" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

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"asa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"asa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Asa? From ABC news. I'm Michelle Franzen, the shutdown showdown over border wall. Funding showing no end inside after a weekend of meetings with no breakthrough government shutdown in its third week. Come Friday, eight hundred thousand federal employees are on the verge of missing their first paycheck. The president's message to them. And I'm sure that the people that are or the receiving end will make adjustments across the country. The impacts are also being felt long lines at New York's LaGuardia airport some TSA officers calling out sick because they're not getting paid ABC's. Serena marshal, a Thai official says a Saudi woman stopped in Bangkok as she was trying to travel to Australia for asylum to escape alleged abuse. By her family will be allowed to meet you in refugee officials, Phil Robertson with human rights. Watch says eighteen year old Rahaf Kuhnen is scared. She'll be killed if she sent back they should allow UNH her to make a determination, whether she's a refugee and abide by that alternatively Thailand could let her continue to Australia, give her backer passport and make sure that she's able to go. She has a valid Australian visa a Thai official also says, ow, Kuhnen won't be sent anywhere against her wishes. US trade talks with China are getting underway. Each side has expressed interest in Indian the. Terrified. But neither side has changed its stance. A few I at the Golden Globe award center owes the first Asian person to ever co host the Golden Globes and during her monologue. She emotionally acknowledged that things are changing in Hollywood. I see you. All of these faces of change. And now so will everyone else. She also won best drama actress for the show killing eve a stressful night for her for sure, but backstage, she told us this is one of the most incredible nights of my life backstage at the Golden Globes. Jason Nathanson ABC news Beverly Hills. You're listening to ABC news..

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"asa" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"asa" Discussed on Revision Path

"Is fine contraptions is flying machines so i've been in i was into him as a kid just interested in what he was doing trying to think of other folks recently i mean they're the causes of the world that like i love you know calls right yeah hard aws it up yet so he's he's another artist it's a lot is a variety of people in in nature you know like the asa rap stuff all that is like nature in this idea of like connecting with nature with psychedelics are supposed to to do to you right so this leading from the title in leading from the bob in the energy of of the project i think that's what we arrived with that it was so many things in culture that will go on on the moving simultaneously like moving on at the same time as the asa rap thing dropped like the todd t shirts came back at the same time so like it was a lot of things that things that make that project perfect for the moment it came out nothing chances like really good at that in a distract to draw from all of those things that were out there in the world to kinda create this idea he was wearing like a tank top that i designed on it so i wanted to like match that color with the setting sun the sun set in his idea of though you know those crazy purples in oranges you see during the sunset yeah so like this psychedelic trip type thing in worked out yet it does kind of look like it was the colors kind of imagined like that dusk period right before night when the sun setting and everything i really liked that that cover they is kind of told me through what your your processes when you're approaching a project like it sounds like you know you're pulling from all of these sources of inspiration but like when you're approached by client for project what does your creative approach look like.

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"asa" Discussed on Friendshipping!

Friendshipping!

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"asa" Discussed on Friendshipping!

"So whatever the opposite of asa mar is that oh stop oh i'm in a great mood because so i don't even here okay real quick is we recorded an episode last week when i want my poor my apartment was overrun by fleas and i don't know if that episode is going to be good enough to air so either you know about the fleas or you don't know about the fleas what's the philosophy thing that's like schroeder's cat yes show nurse flees either you do or you do not know about lease turn had fleas is the whole thing don't worry about it flees happened i was all bitten up also i had a nightmare flight to and from new york it really really sucked and where i'm here to say is finally life is not terrible finally life is not terrible it's very good and so i feel amazing i want to like i'm like shoot and rainbows out of my heart it like from my chest into yours yeah you're exploding candy right now i am i'm so happy to not be miserable let's look about all the things that have happened since we recorded less because we did we did skip a week we disc gipp accidentally so i bought tickets to see death cab oh you know tober they sold out yet i don't think so to wait in line digitally which i've never done before as you know i do not wait in lines pain does not wait in lines hardly know what else what else has happened we went trash happy you went on it was all made my sleaze and you took my flea bitten s wherein nasty tights because they were the only pants that i could ensure did not have insects inside of them you took me to this fancy ass wedding dress place and it was the best thing that ever happened to me i was really fun i want to do it all.

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"asa" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"asa" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Going going to to drop dramatically if the market drops drops because because they made made this the suggestion just but the asked asa a great question and that was well this feels i i understand why you're doing doing it it we're going going to to proceed with doing it because we hear your concern concern we we agree with that concern but it seems like we're changing our whole strategy for retirement retirement we we thought and and we've we've always lived this way for for for decades that the goal is to keep growing our our money money in and that that continues right into retirement so what what happens to growth in retirement and and this this is is a a critical question because because a lot lot of of people people disagree about this i have have some some clients walk in in like like these folks who are assuming we're going going to to continue on with a level of aggressiveness because it's worked for us in the past so we're going to keep growing growing growing growing growing that's the goal that come in and it's the dramatic opposite it's funny i don't find a lot of middle ground on this specific issue other people come in and say i am do not want to lose money now i'm retiring my number one concern is i don't want to lose money so what is the point of and purpose of growth when you enter retirement i told this client totally you're right on that you need to continue having growth in your money why because money in the market even though it's like a roller coaster whatever portion of your money is in stocks should be going up and down and up and down like a roller coaster and that's not a bad thing because over time time after time after time historically that has beat inflation significantly so even though in the moment when your money is dropping when you're stocks are dropping you go man this is miserable why am i doing this if you stay with it and if you're well diversified and if you have a healthy portfolio of stocks you will come back and over a period of time you'll beat beat inflation inflation and and you you need need that that in in retirement retirement you you need need money money that's that's beating beating inflation inflation and and growing growing.

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"asa" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"asa" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Going going to to drop dramatically if the market drops drops because because they made made this the suggestion just but the asked asa a great question and that was well this feels i i understand why you're doing doing it it we're going going to to proceed with doing it because we hear your concern concern we we agree with that concern but it seems like we're changing our whole strategy for retirement retirement we we thought and and we've we've always lived this way for for for decades that the goal is to keep growing our our money money in and that that continues right into retirement so what what happens to growth in retirement and and this this is is a a critical question because because a lot lot of of people people disagree about this i have have some some clients walk in in like like these folks who are assuming we're going going to to continue on with a level of aggressiveness because it's worked for us in the past so we're going to keep growing growing growing growing growing that's the goal that come in and it's the dramatic opposite it's funny i don't find a lot of middle ground on this specific issue other people come in and say i am do not want to lose money now i'm retiring my number one concern is i don't want to lose money so what is the point of and purpose of growth when you enter retirement i told this client totally you're right on that you need to continue having growth in your money why because money in the market even though it's like a roller coaster whatever portion of your money is in stocks should be going up and down and up and down like a roller coaster and that's not a bad thing because over time time after time after time historically that has beat inflation significantly so even though in the moment when your money is dropping when you're stocks are dropping you go man this is miserable why am i doing this if you stay with it and if you're well diversified and if you have a healthy portfolio of stocks you will come back and over a period of time you'll beat beat inflation inflation and and you you need need that that in in retirement retirement you you need need money money that's that's beating beating inflation inflation and and growing growing.

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"asa" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"asa" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The asa accounts uploaded the money transaction over into bitcoin cash and then they send it to themselves wow all told chris i hate to say this but you're out over what twenty five hundred bucks or so yeah the banks really great and i called them as soon as i saw the transaction went through navy shopping place before the money went through the other ones weren't able to beforehand between the actions that already posted so called one of them to leave with the money back and then i got messages from saying you know that money you wanted to upload the banks just to get back so you need to know what's in your coming so sweet i do call coin base right chris did i don't claim based on customer service okay and basically i'd like that number two here's the question though chris is was this a function of fraud wasn't a function of of cybercrime or was it a function of somebody at coined base dropping the ball in your opinion well i mean we've gotta cyber frank and there's fraud that went on because cybercrime involved in the money's portraying transferred fraudulently using somebody supposedly they were me which wasn't the case and there's that went on as far as whether or not anybody acclaimed based dropped the ball i'm frustrated the two factor authentication didn't notify me frustrated because it was transaction but three immediately but if i want to upload money out of my bank account which is buy the makes you wait a week you're welcome to see how they make you wait a week credit your own money yes but this happened instantly chris last of all.

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"asa" Discussed on Beers with Talos

Beers with Talos

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"asa" Discussed on Beers with Talos

"After we further investigated the issue we actually found that other features were actually affected by the vulnerability there were not originally than defied by the anc group subsequently we actually mobilise a huge team within cisco update of the security advisory i actually publish a blog post a and plan you know that the name you know would sexually the security of our customers first whenever new information is like these is actually present we will disclose it through i do very transparent about it but that entailed in of course an enumeration of different features that were not originally these clothes and also any fix it for that so bus foreign questions or reaction so we should know that so were recording ah on february second in um this morning uh it a it's a whose recon right at a he presented so it was publicly disclosed day so there's this information about their now um that is correct so one of the one of the things that i wanted to call out so i've seen this on i've seen a couple of people mentioned this on on twitter is that um cisco was making this patch available to anyone with an asa right you don't have to have a service contract you just if you don't have a certain a smart contract for logging or if you don't have a third party partner all you have to do is call tack and have your serial number ready and they'll make sure that you get the software that you need updated that's right is that correct.

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"asa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"asa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Police in little rock are looking for suspects more than one in a shooting at a nightclub with twenty five people reported shot three others hurt in the crush to get out nobody's died though the shooting happened during an argument at a rap concert arkansas governor asa hutchinson totally unacceptable carnivora here very backyard community have video someone posted on facebook you can hear more than 24 shots fired in eleven seconds president trump on twitter is wondering if some states are trying to hide something by not providing voter data to his administration's voter fraud commission some governors and secretaries of state those say they won't complied protect their voters privacy some say they can't fully comply because of state privacy laws lotta people are getting out of town for a long fourth of july weekend some trips to the united states or cancelled because of the trump administration's travel ban supreme court will make a final determination on the travel ban in its fall term in the meantime six countries will be impacted but there are exceptions for travellers who have quote bona fides ties to the united states than includes immediate family members but not family members like grandparents our grandchildren because of that hawaii filed an emergency motion in federal court asking for clarification administrations maintains is all about keeping american in safe attorney general jeff sessions we're going to focus on the six countries alone who have really fail to states with terrorist bases in them a federal judge is expected to decide on hawaii emergency motion next week at elliott's wilcock fox news.

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"asa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"asa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"Located on the eurasian steps one thousand meters above sea level arbas vineyards in the asa valley are naturally protected by scenic snowcapped mountains in glaciers the stark difference between warm daytime and called nightime temperatures here is rare for winemaking region but still beneficial for producing grapes that have the proper sugar and amino acid doubles to make high quality wine the wineries italian and all just also saw that the region is too cold for vineyard consuming thunder survive your temperatures can dip as low as minus thirty celsius it it still warm enough for grapes stocks to make it through the winter that news of course was no surprise to locals zice region x show any known as their region or the grave sends a why is more than two thousand years ago for example chinese markets arrow here seek centuries of fire after greece and they're in fourteen sanchez very famous epruc kind of ambassador of what he got who travelled to study these already just human describe how was nice wine which he drink in this area despite its winemaking potential and the work of soviet agronomist in the 1940s to experiment with hundreds of grape varieties host weren't us realization so quantity when out for quality later corporate shops government past policies against alcohol production which saw many kosic vineyards abandoned but with the help of analogies arbas owner has found success with civil grape varieties including cabernet franck and his popular recently the emperor in our at his inc recalled gather karisik why because it's forty as all the roads nondraft at and changed a lot in our at terawatt.

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