25 Burst results for "Aachen"

Olivia Rodrigos Sour Breakthrough

Popcast

02:21 min | 2 months ago

Olivia Rodrigos Sour Breakthrough

"Who is not functioning or is that just the heat emanating from the discourse around the olympia rodrigo album. It is tough to know. I had mentioned on the facebook group. That i wasn't sure if i was gonna come in for a second. Olivia cast twenty twenty one. But you know what the demand is there. The urges there the intrigue is there and the discourse has arrived. Here we are sour is out. We are back lindsay sold. Ads is here lindsey. Hello lindsey reviewed sour for npr. First time on podcast. Olivia horn is here. Hello olivia welcome. Hey thank you. Olivia reviewed the album for pitchfork. We have a lot of takes a lot of inspired takes between mine and lindsay's and olivia's so we are going to. We're gonna get active on this week's episode going deep on the ark of olivia rodrigo. We opened up with deja-vu which is a later. Alavi rodriguez angle after of course driver's license. Which are sure everyone has committed to memory and tattooed on their arm by now lindsay. Let's start with you. Can you talk to me before we even get to sour. Can you talk to me a little bit about the ark of the single rollout the singles roll out. I should say 'cause i feel veers. There's a narrative within that micro arc that says atone before you even get to. The album agree. So you. I think that first of all is interesting about the olivia. Argus is this. Is all pretty much happening this year. In the calendar year of twenty twenty one driver's license comes out at believe january and just conquers the world and everyone's soul and is just one of i think the biggest like out of nowhere sort of breakout hits other not necessarily out of nowhere. We'll get to the hat but really like has this hold on the culture even cross generational which i think is kind of interesting element there at aachen stay. Takes off on tiktok in just becomes like mass. Cultural phenomenon is number one for weeks on the billboard chart and you know like that type of breakthrough has the danger of one hit wonder written all over

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"aachen" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"aachen" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

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Josh Taylor Links Up With Ben Davison After McGuigan Split

TKO with Carl Frampton

14:04 min | 1 year ago

Josh Taylor Links Up With Ben Davison After McGuigan Split

"Take a call off. Imagine this week for Especially very pleased to welcome to the show. Just could thank you yet we give. Thanks for joining like price-fixing more this is about. We're not seeing you guys phones. Justin comes first because you've adds an amazing eighteen months class equation for. Why did you leave safe home? Promotion Day just. They actually going to do that yet. My first congratulations on amazing. Twelve months you sit in the unified. Wbrc F ring magazine Super Low in the world. I imagine that still a bit weird area sounds good for years. Since oh boy dreaming become chopping. Never for a minute margin that'd be unified in Ring Ring magazine a something. Just dreams of dreams come true but I never met for rain magazine. World champion the rocky. Bill uncle is just amazing. Everybody of Bell. It's just been like superstars of this book. You know not just from prison in Scotland Jo. Say is crazy. Yeah ever start. They're like you've added. Obviously. Don't concedes things that happened outside the ring of Split with Wiggins Cam but the show has to go on and oversee you have responsibilities multiple belt holder one of them being humanitary challenges and from the touristy strict on those you've been ordered by the bathroom ready to defend the thing so they was pressuring you regardless of of the split actually find a China but general new maneuver was WANNA go anywhere. How to for a long time and a new team? That was going to be leaving Shane. Mcguigan jus just was very unhappy. First choice was so an. We've come over one hundred weeks trial and a and Dubai enough. The second session was fluent. You know just can click new. Wanted to to go stray away but in a book and a week rather than other booth as well with what to do to make up their name. After about Bannon I come here. I just think in the spelt just jail. Because obviously trains Billie Joe Israel on La Custodial his speed and combination and food work. You know so. I thought it'd be a good match up and feel comfortable in annex eight further. She hopes I was glad. You Want Obama. Wilton it over the of the war you were going to go to Uber doing recession with with autumn trial as well. I just think that ban status John is more suited. Do not take anything away from on Burke's coach but a lot of failures have a certain standard yeah. I don't think you'd better. Yeah but I'm not no automatic coaches. Well it was. It was very good. I haven't been seeing similar things you need to do. A Walk Cohen again was sort of shoulder stale. And it just wasn't my style until you go rape a couple of teams a job and stuff fell real good but just two different from Aachen and style and billy Joel and South Pole and seeking combination fast punches with good feet walk so under the weakening going to stay in the second week. I'm going to train here. This is what I'm going to go. We'll Ben Weapons. Take out. Congratulations on this new partnership. Also want to say a big congratulations for the weekend. Because of course you're in the Corden last by that but I think anybody watching these knows anything about. Boxing understands the totally invaluable contribution that you made progress and twice in achieved on Saturday night and so low you for from us. Congratulations must be a great fien. Yeah of course you know tossing a fringe as well when Keep putting these right because it does simply bow down to that just because I'm not financially benefiting from a situation doesn't mean he's not my friend anymore. I've always the French. It was completely fake. And of course I wanted to win an annuity to do good number because fame to be able to do what he done. That tops fifty percent in the I knew it was gonna be. What are they now? He's going to be as dominant as that news going to dominate and get good win. We'll come on to that because I know you toss fury fantasy. We'll come into the fight. Second offer the show for those of you watching and listening. We don't often hear about the side of the train is experienced. When there's a split with the fights over they retire or whether you part ways Tyson. Speaking stay co about the void that was left when Belgium hung them up last year. And how that's been a big adjustment period for him over the last twelve months for you. Obviously we've talked for years and years and years but journey was so intense and so hands on and so committed from both of your sides that when that comes through in our magin takes a bit of adjusting for us. Well Yeah of course. She knows it was a twenty four seven job literally twenty four seven three hundred sixty five days a year so it took up a Omar. Tom The last couple of years and I was walking again. We believe in being contacted about the judge situation as well and it was. Actually that wasn't nice to part ways we talked and it was nice to have a little bit of towns myself over the Christmas period as well because for the last three years. Christmas is both days all of that of always been away so it was Nice Avenue bad time to myself as well call you know yourself. You're in a similar situation to Josh where he left the train. But you're the peak of your career. So uconn yeah. We see prospects changing coaches nearly stages of their careers trying to work out. What's best for them? But at this stage of your career when you're changing trainers there's very low margin for error because you're essentially going into big fight off the big fight. There's no easy ones from from this point and the stakes. Obviously a high they she if you particularly and I know you had the same when you left and found. Jamie more you have to fit that has to be has to be someone that you work well with and you agree with their methods and their approach to Faden and the approach they take to fight and training camps and everything else and even just as well so I had a few trainers in mind when I when I joined Jimmy Mira when I left the mcguigan. Sorry Jimmy was the first one that I want on. It just felt a real quick and someone. I didn't do the Josh John Was. He went to show morale's I really. I felt like a fitted in well not jim elect. Jimmy was saying and that was enough for me maybe another two or three guys and manned and everything's a lot of contacting a member of the thing that just just well Jimmy. You obviously need that time to Joe did you. Fought for the Horatio Garcia. I'll say the thing short camp and the approach gender did for a faith and I had six weeks and it wasn't like wasn't forced and the woman felt like the right decision for me to make but it was fast approaching my return defect and again. I knew I needed a coach as well so it was kind of half blood that he was the first guy. Because maybe if I'd have went with someone else with a short space of time I made a one of them because I was getting close. The approaching afraid of in my head. Peter has one solace was one because he was given. Hey and autumn booth was in my head as well as a potential trainer but gave me was the first one to. I'm glad that by the time he then had to build towards the thought. You need that nine months together to Joe was a pairing the two big Of You guys will have the same thing when you come to. Maybe that fight with Ramirez. If he's later this year were next year so in it in a sense. Who's this happened? On some of that you've been mandated for these fights. The ones that you want to have as your first one together. Because you don't really ben one walk into a fight with Joseph Ramirez after you know working with someone for for fourteen sixteen weeks yet your son degree but I feel like she's a similar character to us. Latino Arkansas of quickly understand what type of person he is emotionally how he's mentally and you can see in the build up to previous fought speak fuzzy's had how approaches those flights in that mine and stylistically. I understanding on the standard shrimps on the season. He's the level of far to where you can make adjustments. And of course you can improve them. I do believe even without those adjustments. He's good enough to beat Ramirez in my opinion. Okay but I mean the criticism that you had when you first came on the scene was always baseness your age and your relative inexperience coach and obviously ninety nine percent of thousands. Of course after that I say while to fight for you was the way the Ben led the corner that night and the call. Mri showed on the the highest lakes possible. Was that one of the things that made you think he could guide meter in these big before. It was so a clips trained Tyson. An over the belly. Joe's will stay there. Were walking on the combinations of movement head movement and the speed and the feet were really similar that we can boxing can train. You know. So he's going to move up. Can I WANNA go with an officer? The Way Komo boat and then you hear his vase in the corner breaks the FE and just this knowledge of this book is broken these on the twenty seven. Yeah SMARTS WAY I. How actually apologized when he billy Joel was an was fighting. Someone in eastern. And you're in the corner and it was the first real appearance from you. Remember thinking it was a bad reform from billy Joel but remember thinking urgency in the corner but enhance sake. We nine Billie Joe wasn't fed and there was no word because every fucking if you'd have been too on top on the corner of Blue Gosden. Yeah you may have lost a fake. I have apologize for for what would be joe quite a few years before that and new obviously spend that training camp with him along with Jimmy Tibbs couple of weeks before five ways we Jimmy and I knew what was in the tank and I knew that we had to efficient in getting around management was very in Poland. Now what might be Joe take some out take and I know what doesn't so I knew when to push him on because the bill judge J fogg told him you'll stay around he was gonNA thank you ever to win the next round. We couldn't afford to do that. She was just about around. I think people always associate age of experience but I was lucky enough to spend time around people Jimmy Tubes and very knowledgeable guys which I gained a hell of a lot from a non round management. They something picks up from Jimmy tibbs unquote. That's the best about will the faces a new face on the managing high profile fights is that had it been Jimmy Tibbs in the corner. People would've assumed they obviously there's something going on with because it's you the first people reach for is does this guy know is doing and they look at your age and then say that's the about faces of training. I would like to think the performances in the corner over the last couple of years of giving people realize the what you're about the same as forty one performance and people jump on until fully. Understand that it's the same for everybody and anybody in high high profile situation. There's going to be downstairs. This'll your options for this year. And so this apponaug on some who's been mandated by the whole hangs told me there's there's no much online a couple of eight and it's only a few Ranjha so it does vary toll but it looks like he punched his heart but very wailed in so it raw keith. My on the ball. Nothing I don't think I can handle and I'm sure we'll get him and it's GonNa be if Shedu lineup is going to potentially a week or two before Pasta and Ramirez do you think about what's Outgo. Yeah it'd be for going and build for Boeing and I am to life and then pick up tips and hopefully put myself a fight after the end result and get myself a fight for their unification of the belts. It's good to be there as well as trying to make and just to be present. Boca players and people started talking about the more that Josh and say. I don't even know manufacturer with Sixteen Sixteen years. He's been completely undisputed author. Maybe a teen fakes. Yeah on real. It will take a little bit affirm- playing out. Because they're oversee mandate she's on both sides. Wbz will be cool next the winner of Possum Ramirez the WBO. I think we'll be called. Tau Closest amount in your Camp Castro. Do feel like he's been mandatory since time began and he's been waiting very patiently for quite recently sunny front war and said in an interview that John Wooden necessarily step aside. Fay So would mean that. Potentially you'd have to face. He would have faced winner. Puzzle Ramirez Wbai Mandatory. Which could be Whitson? If you Kinda plan this out and you're listening to oversee. Ideally I'd WanNa go forth Ramirez fake and obviously Kado take a step back and make the shot for all the marbles but please you know Jack Jack. Idaho's wait that long thing for today's short has been mandatory for a good while. No so is Joe. Short so happens I then so be it. They don't have to Ma other mandatory against a written or someone you know so I'm about what we goes day. I'm confident in every single.

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Overcoming the Impostor Syndrome

The Product Podcast

08:40 min | 1 year ago

Overcoming the Impostor Syndrome

"Everyone my name is kwami. And I used to work in Mexico in product and I recently joined Verizon media about three months ago so putting you to the bay area objects just moved Jeff So the topic that brings us here. Today is a side. Just I used to be something engineering. I moved from sucking can humans product so What brings us here? Today's topic so comments up big from engineering to product overcoming the impostor syndrome Come out generally like to be a conversation on talk so I tried to prepare a few slides as possible so that it can be more conversation. input as well so going forward. This try do that. It's It's going to be a fun all right. So the agenda sell I I. I'd like to talk about next contacts about me What is product management? My jeans product Imposter Syndrome can start Just taking game looking what it is in in some fact surrounded and then some challenges I face and then five issues. I've picked up as more by on the issues that I picked out just Regards which gusset imposter syndrome and then how. I overcame IMPOSITON. Hopefully it'll who can it. It will be useful to you and then some key takeout takeaways that out like you to Renewed Aachen in Tacoma right. So start right with some fun facts about me So I'm originally from Ghana West Africa and I I actually grew up in South Africa. Small country called Swaziland. The Kingdom of size is one of the last remaining market in the world And it has about one point. Four million people so from very small tastes in Africa so I grew up in a family of entrepreneurs by parents. Aaron started off as teachers and I had the I guess I was fortunate. Watch them set up the own businesses whilst they were teachers indeed My Mom's side of the retail business. My Dad started my dad and my mom together started a consulting business in on. I was the African parents that to gifted children involved in your businesses so I I was involved in various aspects sometimes running by MOMS retail business. When shows away in my dad's business As dry vice over as Within the office realm so give me some good experiences. I was growing up so that I started my sneak of business so my mom used to as to start her business she should bring home some goods loss us as you said. Travel there on Welsh because back in she brings him good spots in for me. It was necas most of the time and I used to go to school. So Primary School in high school in I'll be walking. People become mention my sneakers and it took me a long time. Jackie free to create. That can actually make a business again. Why I'm wearing? I can actually bring to the people make some money so I sent it to source some sneakers locally inside. I got them for about twenty dollars. I got the start up capital from my mom I got them between Dawes. in-and-out seldom for about sixty dollars. So I mean some good profits in good the public money off that business I did that for a few years. And then I ventured into music so music writing music producing music. And I'm I'm doing the Polish Abang concerts and stuff like that so Figuring out how the music business works in that giving another arm armaments to learn how to build a business to learn how to make money radium. Each I moved here to the US. When I was nineteen I move for school? ooh And I studied computer science It was very interesting because I actually. I wanted to study business but I remember one time whereas Doing my assignment a friend of mine. Who Mentions me till this day your side Vm? He he told me hey. I think you'd be really good at computer. Sciences should try it out and I tried chided up and I never looked back. Site initially went there to study business and I change into computer science I studied in the smell coach. Westminster College in Fulton Missouri every small casing but again heavy time. GimMe opportunity to focus and to build myself as an engineer Either back on payments in the payments industry so I started off my sophomore year. Interim Mastercard work through software engineering in Minnie eventually a fulltime start working for them within biometric authentication. So that's been my core experience in fulltime. So that's been fun and lastly ask you Just recently moved to the bay air so the months ago I moved here actually three days ago as exactly three months. Oh still new to the area. I'm looking forward to exploring the era meeting more people right so this is just like A visual of my journey so the first one obviously a very happy mander was a struggle. School is struggling computer science met. That's what I studied in the struggle by that was the stock to Mike On right side Suicide my former company mastercard. I was basically working with the team on pitching a new product. And then on the bottom. NAFTA's about two weeks ago at my company Verizon media where I was lunching my product media commerce across Fanti company so that was finding new and in the middle was before I left mastercard. I didn't own your career panel where talking about the importance of knowing you are in making taking that risk to do exactly what you'd like to do in which for me was moving from software engineering product which is really fun. And then on the Bottom Reich. Mike is Me and Harvard. Business School with few Khalid's their house. Basically doing some diversity recruiting which something really passionate about in I still I don You're doing that for her as needed right so started. So what is product management. And so this is the industry definition. I have watched hundreds of Product School Jones and I always see this. Come up all the time if you go if you do a quick. Google search is the same as an intersection said a defining part on the intersection of US tech and business and then in the middle of magic you there. That's what they call the product management. What I agree with this Sunday by actually like using take a few aspects is a big element that's missing so this stakeholder management basically between us experience on January and business which could be marketing in sales and so forth? But there's no immensely add tate's the product manage. I feel like being being a product manager. Also it means that you need to manage yourself so I think that's using here so my a different version. I think it's missing you as a product manager. It's a big element there and you'll see wise relates to imposter syndrome and then there's some other Aspects that could doesn't actually say what you do as a product manager doesn't indicate why you do what you do and then how you GonNa do those things knock greedy evidence within the diagram so wise park management so I think I believe park management basically communists to things. So it's the why and the watts. That's what the product manager owns to the Y.. is going to be the traffic strategy. And then what is is going to be the product roadmap that you define based product strategy And then basically across this you're GonNa define what commensal wet solvent that always problems to solve in product management by product manager. It's your job to kind of define on actually decide what's important to solve in prioritize and in all this is brought together by the product. That's the bottom so this is my definition of park measuring

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Dr. James Taylor on Chronic Pain and How CBD Inspired a Transformation in The Waiting Room

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

10:55 min | 1 year ago

Dr. James Taylor on Chronic Pain and How CBD Inspired a Transformation in The Waiting Room

"Today I'm really excited because I'm joined by doctor. James Taylor from North Carolina in some of my home stomping grounds in the southeast James. Thanks so much for being willing to take the time and speak with me today or Jason. It's modern thank you. Yeah totally okay so just to prime our listeners a bit. Do you mind speaking a little bit about the work that you do. And how it connects to to Hampton CD and all that so are merely a pain physician we have seven pink clinics in North Carolina it was the opioid crisis. Prices that got me involved. Oh in the CBD space About two years ago as premiers coming from medical boards and hospital administrators straighter on We've got to change the way we manage pain CBD came up and opportune time for our medical practice to look figure out what is what do or what is it not do. Offer patients in pain It was very taboo back then in North Carolina to Even even think about this bring it into our a practice So initially when we did that we had a symposium and we brought a lot of people to the symposium we brought the police sheriffs departments attorneys board and members You know anybody we could think of that. Might want to object and so we gave him the opportunity to object if we were going to bring. CD into the State of North Carolina and start using it with the patients No one objected They all agreed were in the middle of an opioid crisis. And we gotta pull out every tool we possibly can use in order to positively affect that So our journey only began their our. We studied some patients and felt good about continuing to recommend this to our patients. And we've just continued to try to understand this this even better of of what it's doing for these folks and how we can positively impact. Their lives in that journey has been a very up and down journey journey. A- and so being new into the cannabis space You just don't realize all the variables that you're going to have to deal with but it seems like we take two steps forward one step back. Three three steps forward four steps back in so that kind of roller coaster. I'm understanding what folks in the canvas world have been up against so the last number of years. Yeah and I've got to say I'm a little surprised that there wasn't much resistance in those early conversations. But that's that's great to hear as well just that there's A desire to try to bring in any safe tools that can be brought in to try to alleviate some of those opioid problems that we're that we're dealing with now and what it What forms of? CBD are being administered in North Carolina. Because I have to admit I'm not super familiar with what's Osman going on there. Recently are people using Like tinctures or edibles different. What types of products are they engaging will primarily tincture In our medical practice we stuck with tincture. We wanted to keep it simple. Yeah you know. Our patients aren't the the most educated and we typically serve the poor and the elderly orderly So we didn't want to bring a large variety of different things so the tincture. We kept it simple. But in the state of North Carolina of of him stores are opening up all over the place that have Food products the smokable him The tinctures bay products The whole Gamut You know the North Carolina and FDA. They have come out a pretty strongly to say. Hey we don't want this food products right but they still sell them. And nobody's out a monitoring regulating them in. Uh we'll see where all that end. Yeah it's it was interesting to me to see Saw Picture very recently of a store in Tennessee that was a CD slash him dispensary and it was set up very similarly to all the cannabis dispensaries. You see you out here on the West Coast or in states that have legalized. But it's all hemp products. That's fascinating to me. That that's spreading across the country and giving people access to canvas products even if it's in that limited CD sense that they wouldn't have access to otherwise. Have there been to your knowledge. Any issues regarding Product safety contaminations or MHM product consistency in that realm. Oil is for the public standpoint. I don't think the public of of see's much of that. I think there's a couple of news articles where some product came in how they came from out West that probably contained. THC mother was not a hemp to rob product worked but there has not been a lot of media attention on Tainted are bad product of now we have a laboratory and we do testing So half my patients take a product that we kind of oversee from growth to extraction the other half of my patients take products they get online So that's very good for me. I'm able to see what these other products are In the new all take sometimes these products from the patient and test them and see what's in them in so we're discovering quite a bit Eh. What's on the label is not necessarily what's in the bottle? Yeah you know tattle on anybody But I think it's a bigger problem than we all realize. Yeah I completely agree just for my own analytical work that I've seen there's Quite a lot of inconsistency batch to batch When manufacturers are making products and then sometimes the differences in product compared to label sometimes that's genuine just product manufacturing variability and sometimes it's militias sometimes? It's just outright companies lying in order to get product somewhere where they it can be sold. Can you speak a little bit to how you know. So you specialize in pain in trying to to help people deal with particularly Egli chronic pain How do patients seem to be reacting and under what kind of dosages yet great question so when we initially brought it into our practice We took one hundred patients in. We studied them at that point. We didn't know that there were different. CANNABINOID profiles we didn't didn't know how to dose it We just did not know a lot. We just put this bottle of CBD in front of a hundred patients And said take a half a dropper twice a day and that should last in thirty days and now come back and tell us what happens and we follow them over about a three month period of time so with not even much knowledge we Able to gain so much insight. Now's a pain physician. We were looking for a pain reduction and of them. Not Needing their opioids And what we found on our initial survey is there. Pain did not affect their pain whatsoever. but what we found or was number one. They slept so much better interesting. He came back other sleep. Went from about four four and a half hours to six hours a night and they started reporting that they were dreaming though so we set. Gosh this is good. You're sleeping better. You're dreaming you're getting more restful sleep deep someone who's got a chronic medical condition. This is very valuable to give you that a rejuvenation of that you need in order to face the next day With your continued chronic condition. The second thing they came to us and told us is that they're anxiety level was less that they were less anxious in. They found that when they were having an anxiety flare instead of reaching for alcohol or Benzodiazepine which we know those plus narcotic will equals death? They were reaching the battle hymn the very quickly they realized if they took other tincture within twenty thirty minutes their prices was starting to dissipate. And so we saw this as risk reduction. Yeah Yeah Yeah exactly. So we can protect our patients out. This is a wonderful reason to continue to pursue those. Yeah and that actually echoes a lot of what I've heard from other physicians and nurses. That have talked to that. Sometimes the therapeutic response you get from canvas product isn't necessarily a direct reduction of the symptoms that you're necessarily targeting but Hits other symptoms that accompany that problem that over time are likely to have a positive effect on the core issue that you're trying to treat as well is it's interesting to hear about People people starting to dream again so that indicates that REMM cycles must be being established for anybody. That's sort of unaware have chronic pain. Wake you up constantly throughout the night and so it's hard for your body. Hit actually sink into the. You know that that depressed and to these rim cycles where you'd really Be Having having you know more lucid dreaming and that sort of more intense dreams And so that super fascinating and there's a lot of debate out there right now about how. CBD Canvas Broadly Affect Sleep is there are mixed voices about that and especially when THC's involves so it's interesting to hear from your perspective and a place that is not dealing with thc that you're seeing positive outcomes with sleep 'cause in areas where they are working with thc it's not what has straightforward. Is that because T- can actually interrupt rim cycles and end. It depends person a person of course to we also so saw that initial observational study. The patients came back instead. They were hopeful and for it. I is perplexed us You know we did. It's a literature. Search found that yes. D- Aachen affects. Serotonin Osso we thought. This was a mild anti depressant effect But over the course of of these last years we realized it's more than that it's neurogenesis it's neuro plasticity. These patients brains. Were starting to grow into win. Your brain starts to develop new luke pathways you all of a sudden have hope you don't patients who are in pain. Chronic pain I think have a form of PTSD you know and they just can't. There's just stock. They don't know life is going to be like this the rest of their life. It's never going to get better kinda stuck in this. RUT IN CD allowed them to have hope in that hope of translated into a lot of positive things in our clinic before our waiting room was it was awful as miserable place to be ENSO's very depressing But all of a sudden replaying reggae music people are talking to each other and sharing. Their experiences really changed our atmosphere of our clinics.

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New EU chief takes helm amid rising suspicion of China

Monocle 24: The Globalist

09:09 min | 1 year ago

New EU chief takes helm amid rising suspicion of China

"New president of the EU Commission also funded lion will have spent her first night in office last tonight. Having already we think held urgent telephone call with Beijing. The expose last week on the existence of Detention Kemper Muslim leaguers has brought China's track record on human rights right to the top of our funding lines to do list. Let's look at what she in. The Commission can actually do. Let's hear from Isabel Hilton. The editor of China Dialogue. Welcome back the studio Isabel. Doing no of this phone call to take place between Oslo Funder Lion and Beijing yesterday. We don't although she did she has made Much of Saying that it would so I imagine it would also imagine she'd get pretty dusty response from Beijing. What was the intentionally the? The purpose of the phone call was literally. That's really her first day in office yesterday on the Sunday indeed. I think that there is a feeling in Europe That China has been. It's sort of general after say trend against China in the last few months in in a concern in Europe that China has too much power and abusing its power to undermine global norms including on human rights and that Europe needs to take more bust view. So I think that what we're seeing in that commitment over these really appalling abuses That you know that's what we're seeing. A new commission come in with the determination to stand up to China just remind us of what was said what was revealed last week in this expose. On the treatment of weakened Muslim there was a cache of documents. Som Four hundred which went to the New York Times A further batch that went to an international consortium of Investigative Journalism Journalists and although Ah the existence of the camp said being extremely extensively documented for more than two years now the detail of the organization and including many a a personal and telling details which included in. What do you tell a university student going home for the summer? WHO finds that? He's Oh her entire family his disappeared so it was the kind of meticulous rupp very chilling planning State directed absolutely top down To to to lock up one in ten or as far as we know of the weaker population so although the camps were known about. There's something about you know the revelation of the of the of the bones of this policy that that made people deeply deeply uncomfortable and actually highlighted the degree to which China has go away with this so far. Is Anybody greatly surprised. However about these great revelations I think many people suspected that there was a but the fact is as you say as you've been saying continually there is this buildup of evidence against China that it is Going against the beliefs Explo- uh ex- exploiting the global norms. It's sort of surprises. That surprised me that as underline sort of took it upon herself to make a fresh. I should tempted something that everybody sort of knew about anyway. Well it's true that the camps were known about because they say that the detail of the documents Really confronted Particularly Europe actually with them with the inaction although we have in fact through the year Seen a growing effort particularly by Europe to confront China over Xinjiang at the The Council on Human Rights the UN Council Counseling Human Rights Meeting in Geneva There was a letter signed by more than twenty countries calling for China to release the detainees China has put in an enormous effort in the last few years to undermining the principle of universal human rights and particularly at the UN. So for example China has been trying to advance the the premise that notable rights to equal and the right to development and state sovereignty so victory entry trump's individual human rights and that goes directly against the universal principle. It it implies that poor people Don't have rights or or don't don't desire rights which is which is nonsense and that that's completely any it's an important breach and China has managed to mobilize countries search which have An economic dependence on China to support them in Geneva in mounted very well documented campaign trying to shut out civil society actors NGOs who might criticized trying to put in a government sponsored NGOs who would sing the praises raises of China's policies and explicitly saying two countries which Had any kind of economic dependence on China there quite a lot now that if they showed stop and criticized then you know deals would not go well if they showed up and praised then they would benefit so you know. There is no doubt that China has managed to Marshal Marshall a lot of opinion on its side in the has been remarkable silence for example or endorsement for many Muslim countries. They have not criticized at China. I know I on on locking up a million Muslims for being Muslim and that's pretty remarkable So you know. We are confronted with with the situation situation in which if these rights are defended. It's come down to the European Union Australia and Canada and even the United States is not reliable ally in this so I think that for the new commission the European Union. It's a bit of a moment saying do defend the system or not. What does the e you you do? Though in terms of concrete action I mean we've seen a trade war bursts out between the United States and China and neither side into becoming coming out well from it now. The European Union's Heft when it comes to trade is enormous but you can see immediately the any sanctions that you might put on. China will be met with equally tough measures. I think that I doubt that we would see a trade war. Exactly I mean it's true that the European European Union has is an enormously important trading block for China's largest trade partner but European Union. Although doesn't speak because one over trade Except for you know the kind of You wide regulations but individual countries tend to make their own make pursue their own interests with China But the fact that the e U is willing publicly to criticize China the e you could for example push at the UN. I'm for sanctions against individuals. Who are involved with this trade? It could name and shame companies that are dealing That are installing technologies in Xinjiang And in fact it could under the principles of of human rights and business. It could sanction companies over human human rights abuses. So it's not without weapons and and I think you know put China China very much dislikes being called out on human and rights abuses in a moment when it's trying to present itself as the benign actor On the global On the global scene so simply having you who are being vigorous in terms of its criticism changes the atmosphere and gives cover to some other countries which might wish to but don't quite have the courage ridged criticize China. Finally we have the member-state ambassadors who already in Beijing being invited to Xinjiang which is where the majority if we miss them live at the beginning of next year can anything be settled on then. yes Although these visits of course are heavily managed and it wouldn't be the first time time we've had official visits to Xinjiang in which The visitors the official visit confronted with people who sing and dance and say that they're happy to be there so I didn't think anyone. Anyone has enormous illusions about about what you're seeing And I think the you made its point by By giving the Sakharov prize the alarm toady a who is a weaker intellectual as an economist at a university in In Beijing who in twenty fourteen was sent to in jail for life had all his assets confiscated leaving his family destitute in a in a savage sentence against a man who had always been of voice of reason and moderation and who was well known to journalists and indeed to ambassadors and human rights workers So I I think that you know laying down these markers important The visit will you know I. I don't know quite what such visit will achieve except that it's important wouldn't go on insisting on visits but I think that as I say The ambassador isn't Aachen have many illusions that the people that they speak to a free to speak Or they will uncover any great surprises. It will be very very carefully prepared

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"aachen" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"aachen" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"On lefty, Aachen to nineteen coming in with fifteen home runs. The one L pitch fastball. Dipping down in a way to know. Jim, I've got some good news for you. What's that? Everyone knows your big NBA guy bass. I think you've let people know that I say at every time the pelicans are on the clock for tonight's NBA draft. The suspense is brewing. Duo weighing in there. There's a pop up left side, left fielder Brosseau is out. But Bill to select coming in. So, like goes into a slide and he makes the catch Brosseau went out in a shallow left he gave way too. So lack who was looking at him saying, I thought you had it. And instill that came charging in at the last moment to make the slightest caq in after the play Brosseau just stood there and stared up into the fog and was indicating that, hey I lost it that rolling fuck off the rivers. And I think that's the first real difficulty. We've seen. Provided by the weather so far today. So with one gone in the last half of the second inning years, Chris Owens in his first at bat here with the Red Sox. He was signed as a free agent earlier this week. The pitch takes fastball near for strike. One began the season with the Kansas City Royals played forty games in Kansas City was the utility man played all over the place and spent the better part of the last four years. But the Arizona Diamondbacks pitch fastball. Tight of ball strike play one hundred six games last year with Arizona made starts at right field centerfield third base second base left field..

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News in Brief 30 May 2019

UN News

03:19 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 30 May 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations with international institutions under threat, a strong and United Europe standing alongside the United Nations has never been more essential secretary, General Antonio Gutierrez said in Germany on Thursday. Mister Gutierrez spoke from the ancient continental capital of Aachen, close to the French border, where he received the Charlemagne Prize for services towards European unification. He held Europe's continuing role as a champion of universal values saying that multilateral ISM was under fire precisely when we need it, most, and one of has never been so fit to address these challenges, the UN chief recalled that he grew up under a dictatorship in Portugal, and became of age, politically witnessing the true value of freedom udub us to meaningful to fade. It is a pioneer, but also in. Advanced post of multi-lateralism that all of law, the European Union is, is a unique experiment. In sheriff's over entity because you're in population fund commonly known as UNFPA has issued a statement strongly condemning, again, rape of a nine year old girl, on Wednesday in the central Somali town of Buluan Bardai, some four hundred twenty five kilometers west of Mogadishu, UNFPA, said that it stands, what the girl's family and called for a speedy investigation into the grave crime calling the violation, a gruesome act. The population fund reaffirmed its commitment to the government, and people of Somalia to ensure that sexual, and gender based violence is eliminated. Moreover, it underscored its stance that girls and women must experience their fundamental dignity human rights and equality. UNFPA urged everyone to work together for adequate. Protection measures for girls and women in Somalia to reflect critical advances in science and medicine, the World, Health Organization whol has removed so-called gender identity disorder from its official manual diagnoses the update to the international classification of diseases is being held as a major win for transgender rights classified now as gender incongruous level say the coordinator of WHO's department of reproductive, health and research, it was reclassified, because the U N health agency now had a better understanding that it was not actually a mental health condition. What's more WHO says the move will reduce stigma while ensuring access to necessary health interventions gender incongruent can be described as a feeling of anguish when an individual's identity. Conflicts with the sex. They were signed at birth moving the disorder to WHO's new chapter for sexual health will also help lift discrimination, a barrier to accessing prevention services, HIV testing and treatment and care. Liska Fiji U, N news.

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Oakland Raiders hiring draft analyst Mike Mayock as general manager

Golic & Wingo

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Oakland Raiders hiring draft analyst Mike Mayock as general manager

"This out the raiders are hiring NFL network analyst, Mike Mayock as their general manager. The announcement will be made as early as today. I find this interesting on a lot of levels. One is a guy who's so involved with the draft that may Aachen Gruden opposite sets all those years evaluating talent. Now, they're together for those that may not know Mike Mayock has been a draft analyst for the NFL network for years and called Notre Dame football for a few years as well or analysts for the booth that we were in. I was in school. So we we've known him forever from that standpoint. And also from the NFL draft as well. But so you'd see him obviously, the combines and everything is a draft analyst. And now as you said the break trae,

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New Zealand Prime Minister returns home from hospital with new baby

Battle Lines

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

New Zealand Prime Minister returns home from hospital with new baby

"New zealand prime minister just send arjun announced the name of her baby daughter born just three days ago baby builders name is nieve prime minister dan onset a few questions from reporters while holding her baby at aachen city hospital before she planned on returning home she will take six weeks of leave before returning to work done is just the second elected world leader to give beth while holding office the last leaders say was late pakistani prime minister benazir bhutto in nineteen ninety the new zealand prime minister said she hoped that one day having a baby while leading a country would not be seen as a novelty i hope for little girls and boys a future where they can make choices about how they raise the family and what kind of career they have a choice based on what that what they want and what makes him happy i'm karen shamas worn these stories at.

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"aachen" Discussed on GONE

GONE

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"aachen" Discussed on GONE

"This dispute it wasn't much but it indicated that it was actually slim caray who served as co regent now this theory was generally disregarded once the evidence began to indicate that it was actually never td who is the core region under the name nefer nefer rwadan but the dispute between in cari and never never wotton in regards to whether they were faeroese and the order in which they were farrow's still plagues egyptologist to this day seems like a complicated historical mystery with no clear answer on who is who or who did what but what if there's an explanation amidst all of it the first piece of evidence that indicated nefer td's courageously status was the fact that the name never td's simply disappears from the record at around the twelfth year of aachen's nuns rain this is around the same time that nefer nefer rwadan begins to be mentioned in the chronicles of economics rain now it's possible that never td's name disappears because she died the average life expectancy for women who survived childhood at that time was only about thirty years never td's assumed year of birth is thirteen seventy bc and the twelfth year of okinawans rain would have been around thirteen forty bc so a natural death is entirely possible but it seems much more likely that she lived to the end of her husband's reign and simply changed her name to nefer nefer rwadan when she became korean but as is the case with every theory we've discussed today there exists at least one piece of evidence contradicting never td's courageously a fragment of a stone tablet examined in two thousand twelve believed to have been carved in the sixteenth year of cannot ins rain makes a specific reference to the faroes great royal wife which would have been nefer didi this inscription is seen among egyptologists as possible proof that a never tedi was alive at the end of.

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"aachen" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"aachen" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"Deadpool's story aachen this is earned but if you don't you dare unfamiliar i think it's very much on and i think he'd be like really why but i think yeah but i think if you if you if you taking this as well obviously it's a cycle i think he'd be like well that's that's that's a good point that's bad in the second but yeah yeah yeah i mean this version of cable there's no indication that he's jane grind cyclops a son from a potential future that they made while in we'd cloned bodies or whatever it is whatever is arjun is he doesn't appear to have any like he's got a magnetic gun here that is you didn't say he's got telekinesis doesn't appear to have anything but he he's pal mostly seem to derive from whatever whatever is powering his sabaneta com whether it's the techno organic virus because you say him kind of looking at it it seems to be expanding yeah but it's it's a cool it's a cool cool let's say a lot of its functionality in the trials and stuff he's got he can magnetized his gun yes got that force field thing going on look good i think it's he doesn't seem as he's not as physically intimidating as the comic book version no literally pointed out in it he's he's only five eleven yes as pointed out another six ice yeah right but i think if you've got a guy who six ice you there's not a lot of actors who are that big no official i mean they'd sabertooth from the first x men and i think they'd come they get across that he is yeah he's physically threatening enough that works paid up dead full i would like to say in big alive yeah but could say gee item bit big stroke maybe i will and it doesn't actually didn't want ways ellen this even i take jamil is a bad block i thought he'd be visual yeah run on there was there's not that much to defend during the first one no so i would say there's probably a baptist spent signing saying that's what i'm saying that's that's fair enough.

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"aachen" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"aachen" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"But aachen finally say that i have clear goals and clear things in mind that i want to do that are an extension of my natural self him out they take self so finally yes and i'm selling is nothing more than we being as you just referenced surrounded by people who have figured their part out men who have shown me like this is what happens when you devote a little bit of time to really reflecting on who you are at your core aman what makes sense amosal as i've i've seen that in absorb that is it has literally rubbed off so i can finally say they yes i have decided on some things that are natural extensions of who are really l i love that up and that's how you excel without alignment life feels very forced winning aircraft at once you have the realization is so like jarring because you think am i really thought i had things figure it out but i was literally walking around with them brick wall in front of my face you know what i'm saying or i'd like caring king bang over my she things like that so you just didn't what about you eating q in alignment yes very much so uh all all the while i will keep thinking back to the place where i was at my job wonder like what am i doing here like why my here and then i remember there being days wiedenmann being there because i said well at least i'm here and i'm not on the streets like begging or up say in at least have his job and i think even with their job things were falling into place for me and i didn't quit that job just because the first thing happening came alive quickly because i finally will was like i have an i've had enough of this and actually don't even really need this like i waiting so it wasn't even in assessing me more before i let it go but i felt so aligned to when i'm like i'm out i felt so like like why did i stay here like i don't even have to be here and it was in on a like i don't hate the service industry i didn't work in the restaurant i love making money i love talking to people i love hearing all the randomness stories but i just hated working at a place where one of my boss' with.

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"aachen" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"aachen" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Sounds good man i'm you there all right there is a tj dilshad stopping by great stuff from him uh as you heard a right there he is in talks um he he doesn't really need to be in talks um which has to be music to the ufc xeres the deal has to get done on uh dimitris johnson side and there are some negotiations he said recently that he would like or that it it it it kind of started but it's not you know i guess it's in the early stages of for tj he's just waiting for the call so to speak uh yesterday in in uh austin half else on sale was a guess fighter for the ufc in that said that he's not really on board and of course he's he's on a board he he's a top contender his guy who deserves to be in a big fight in the bantamweight division um unfortunately for him he's in one of those spots where it's like there's just not a lot of momentum to see that fight again on his record as of late is phenomenal he um he's look very good including getting a finnish um in his last fight in aachen in his last fight but the problem is there's no momentum and you know it's like one of those things it's like something is is worth in like a house is worth only how much you know like the the public is willing to pay for it at the end the day and if there is no demand for it i understand the ufc not going down that road i i understand him being frustrated with with not getting the caller not being.

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"aachen" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"aachen" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Is this kind of of memory heat he wrestled with with it he's spoken about it in says he feels that there was an all in the house and and his wife was like well that doesn't make any sense with wintertime although although but winter's close he said well if it doesn't it there was an all out this window and they went up to the window and there had been no fresh snow when there were no shrek anywhere on the window sill for anywhere in the know just outside the window and when he saw that there were there should have been because of the snow had been there for enough is when he saw there was no track he said it in it made his blood run cold because he knew that that something else at half and um that would be the screen memory aspect i have a one the screen memory thing is what um like i've talked with but aachen's about about oh and he puts the street in the screen memory category and never really strayed from that uh but but i was having experiences with real so what's happening um the perfect screen memory uh i have this one three that's really wonderful it's in the first book there's a woman um and she has had a lot of she not like you ask her are you a ufo fifty she will say yes and she's very come to terms with that she's very clear about that she's not a maybe person and she of the young girl she would have been eighteen or nineteen she was working at a summer camp and for girls and she was just she wasn't even off the wind she was like walking between two sets building on a little path and as he's walking full day late turned the corner on this path she can hear the girls playing in the background she turned the corner in their standing next to the path is a gray alien.

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"aachen" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"aachen" Discussed on Double Toasted

"However a show you got they are like you mentioned the super bowl sony's like the cleveland brown movie studios every single fucking time they find a way to lose fox shit up they released in light tom already i would love to see the the spiderman universe expand even if it's some crazy way the sony's doing whereabouts and tell him don't do it don't do that yard that they just gone do they want to your heart your hard hit its own as was wrong which annecy michelle williams and she's really been on the rise lately but you know what she's on a rise in aachen movies she lay should i need some money and let me let me give someone a marble money if there let me let me do mu commodore jose is google at one sec waigel like oh i'm doing a marvel movie in and then after you signed a paper cycle i was not a marvel movie purse no property is that up with this is like all right when i get the hang of the advantages or they didn't tell you oh this is sony marble not disney martin i would hope hugh jackman will make the call the everybody at this point hey listen for whatever you get offered holdout until there's an actual mara what it's like a physical now get out bob cop damage you know this is the in the internet they are going so crazy will these raina in hot as hell no no no no and their are you kidding me 'have no internet got they got there they got their rope annette tree ready for a they added mad as fuck and i and i came blame him look meant that does want out of that hole trailer they talk more about tom hearty him jack in office trade already.

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"aachen" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

Talk Python To Me

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"aachen" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

"And subscribe to the short news focused 15minute weekly podcast i do with brian aachen i'll be guys check it out of your enjoying both of the podcast now let's chat with dan dan welcome back to talk by than eight thanks mike thanks for having me on the show again yeah i love to talk with you about technology and programming so i'm really excited to do at once again you were previously on the show for our panel with anthony and ronald about contributed opensource that was really a wellreceived episode that was 132 cool young those are a refund experience and dumb i really liked the pal from i do i i listen to your show and those are so my favorite episodes when you bring on a bunch of people in its to steal the amount of information you can soak up so quickly it's scouts us great awesome thanks the next will not have scheduled i don't know when it's actually gonna air like four or five episodes out is a catch up four python a machine learning at the large hadron collider and in particle physics so that is purely fund but sounds intense it's going to reinvent that means that the researchers early also all right so let's talk about not contribute opensource so much let's talk about making our python better with python tricks so that's what went about this week i know you talked a little bit about modern one thirty two absurd 132 but it's it was the pair formats you didn't get a go into it too much so let's talk just quickly kind of like how you got into programming and what you do daytoday before we get into your tricks sounds good yes so while i guess how i got into programming was when i finally managed to convince my parents to buy a used old stingy commodore sixty four for me and you know that those the end of the home computing era i guess in those machines all booted into some kind of uh interpreter directly so you wouldn't you know you don't get like a graphical desktop or anything you just get a basic the programming language yeah that was crazy 'cause you would like you couldn't just interact with the computer you had to like converse with it to get it to do things right it was it was interesting exactly it was like a glorified.

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"aachen" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"aachen" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Exactly akane overthrowing aachen over profile team when the way julio with the long jump and high jump champion alabama we get that all that but after the game was over atlanta went to your restaurant yet it they order or would julio jones's well i don't know he would he pretty quiet ochre what about funding whom they ordered a big sale go oh yeah look implied like i said when you when you when you talk about greatness amine it's not like oh man who by exactly that's not what i'm saying but when you look at who who you look at the first ninety game look at the ninety games look at the first ninety gave their career can compare the numbers c the thing what matt ryan he's not going to force the ball been will force the ball here's the five indecisve against jacksonville when you force the ball you now he will catch a lot of ball because if he catch 130 ball how many targeted that you think he he get religion would some lee much more than that but you look at hooghly who would've over 9000 your receiving white here doesn't hurdled dramane as run at the kid pig body runthrough tuffey trapped who but both who runs the rungs requires have more of what i call fire in the belly that little man's no liar see that they get you you one big because julia was quiet exactly and that's that's that's what separates the two were we to and we talk about antonio brown having all these issues like if it weren't for the facebook which was a huge one for that in a couple other instances couple he's he's co i mean he's not odell fogel didn't into the incident i'm just saying i'm just all i'm saying is he before that we weren't talking about antonio brown having issues we will not he's not a lawbreakers auto here.

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"aachen" Discussed on Counting Countries

Counting Countries

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"aachen" Discussed on Counting Countries

"When a move on travel and technology with the times and and it's gonna be the wto's fuss through social media traveler um but with the functionality to be able to actually make who use it in a fit on travel so the gone through that i always going to fulfill woes what it allows you to do is allows you to since linked up with equal anywhere across the world and destinations you never clinton was it and swap you accommodation for free but i think it gives you some more than just the swapping models freight i've got the the benefit of having seen the world top around the world in aachen hop on a plane more it's unusual with singapore knuckle friends that i can get stay with us in that got reduces you'll one of the biggest costs of when you might be traveling to his for hotel and all the austrians a cheaper and i've not seen in hostels as well and gets me cry eight box of saint time um you know of those costs a still going off and on i'm amazed at times almost cost in costs now is to win i was going to them in two thousand nine for example um and it it if he won't go to the comfort of being somewhat similar to go places that way you stay in will have city than it's a great opportunity i mean for example like a a three golf hotel will be in manhattan you announced about three hundred dollars an hour and it's a huge cost if your guy nestle so break it down for me games i live in bangkok in them travelling to berlin so i'm on the holiday swap out how is this going to work for me away.

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"aachen" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"aachen" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Can you get somebody to lead their email address right can you this yet can you present your your idea in in an informative an interesting and compelling enough way it you can convert active 'cause i love what you just had because you also made a distinction which is you don't even have to get people to give you their money you could just get a list of a hundred thousand people that all raised their hand meaning they all get your email their contact information saying when this comes out i wanted to be on the early bird list so now you've got one hundred thousand people or whatever i yeah and look i don't argue for being deceptive but you could take it a level further and go to sit and stand up something quickly on the shop of fi rendering of an image and say precisely if fixed in aachen and you can take cash for that and then you can follow but the called that individual and say i'm super sorry we're not available in your area get or were waiting so we get a hundred orders before manufacture this if you want me to refund your funds they'll do that now again new there is actually the transparency and authentic is where you literally tell people look straight up like here's what we're doing we need you to help fund miss or we we need you to raise your hand and give us your information we won't send you anything but updates blah blah blah news go step by step and be so straight up because nowadays we live in like information overload era everybody thinks they're an expert in the coaching guru nowadays which i hate because i'm in the industry it all the time and so it gives the industry a bad name but people are so like they're still used to advertisements and scams and and the problem is is that when there's something really good out there if it's not transparent if it's not marketed properly they're not going to make the sales that they're capable of because nowadays i think you can always been this especially as the bars really high and buried entry to get into business is lower than it's ever van yet and at the end of the day great products don't make money necessarily great marketing does and so true you've got to be able.

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"aachen" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"aachen" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Can you get somebody to leave their email address right can you yes yes can you present your your idea in in an informative an interesting and compelling enough way you can convert keeping disagree active 'cause i love what you just had because you also made a distinction which is you don't even have to get people to give you their money you could just get a list of a hundred thousand people that all raise their hand meaning the i'll give you your email their contact information saying when this comes out i want to be on the early bird list so now you've got one hundred thousand people or whatever i yeah and look i don't argue for being deceptive but you could take it over a level further and go to sit stand up something quickly on the shop of fi rendering of an image and say precisely if text in aachen and you can take cash for that and then you can follow but the called that individual and say i'm super sorry we're not available in your area get or were waiting to get a hundred orders before manufacture this if you want me to refund or funds they'll do that now again new there is a guarantee and authenticity is where you literally tell people look straight up like here's what we're doing we need you to help fund miss or we need you to raise your hand and give us your information we won't send do anything but updates blah blah blah just go step by step in be so straight up because nowadays we live in like the information overload era everybody thinks they're an expert in the coaching guru nowadays which i hate because i'm in the industry it all the time and so it gives the industry a bad name but people are so like they're so used to advertisements and scams and and the problem is is that when there's something really good out there if it's not transparent if it's not marketed properly they're not going to make the sales that they're capable of because nowadays and you can always been as well as the bars really high and buried entry to get into business is lower than it's ever been yet and at the end of the day great products don't make money necessarily great marketing does and so true you've got to be able.

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"aachen" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"aachen" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"That the place that you're going to at sort of weird it's like schools and hospitals though prey on yeah they'll hit you hard with the interests in aachen stuff and it's like it's weird because it's not predatory checkcashing places or lone in a bid on jobs are or any of that it seemed so what's cool and school anything for me i know that are ss that way too you owe them money they just keep pit him with fines and whatever's and never i owe them five grand i paid them like i said what's the minimum amount i can pay like twenty nine dollars a month i said i'll do it for like three years and twenty nine dollars a month and then i finally started makes them money know like i now want to settle up what i o n five grand yeah like so i just pay the mit yeah that's just all that is interests and penalties so you can pay the government like this stipe for the rest of your life and their school they can't breakers away right but they would shut show if you i open a credit card that that that they've got no you can't do that's a fair to people i let's do one more all right well i might need your help with this a adam because that well big vintage guy but he still might need help former ac dc singer brian johnson had a close call saturday when he lost control of his vintage austin eight thirty five race car and he idea what that looks like now here we have a pitch ray who nearly a little naro during the qualifying round for the celebrity challenge trophy race at these silverstone classic in england.

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"aachen" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!

Let's Talk About Cars YO!

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"aachen" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!

"The white people we celebrate everything we know every single celebrate aachen cinco de mayo wet like we were like twelve dances a year that yet cedi audience you at brown you at the spring formal you had the the winter ball valentine's one gee i mean we had we had it we had a dan every time irony the irony is the white people have so many dances and they don't know how to read what we would rent we would rent like tuxedos every time you you would have to you'd have to get a car you get a size fruit for the girl like minute was a money draining thing and i feel awful for my parents 'cause i didn't have any income to buy a those across the competition of like what's the best car that you could take out an take your it and back in a day you didn't have twitter or instagram or you can just big people we own a storm over absorbs not begging its demand do you think people do like prom gofundme they do when they try to reach out to me all the time like aid do them graduating these date come pick me up like like a knu it's like come pick me up i'll see you hear you better bring this car in but the good thing is now i'll drive at night you could do that over but whatever the nice hoover is there be dropped yeah like like s class or 7series right oh yeah you're right you're gonna be like two blocks away call the over in the new show what was over premium what does it whatever whatever resort nestling in right so there you go that's a good thing for everyone going to probe dubar pool for prom just walks away to walk slick call it may get a little special nj eight in speaking of cars to get into the pro a problem i'm sorry i wanted to go into the house because we saw the topic on there there was like the top three cars that you would keep for your for your life so yeah we went on the website selma dot com seats plug but uh we're we're going to talk about a a lotta community stuff today because there's not a lot of the news right now.

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"aachen" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"aachen" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Three 102 under one hundred aaron you on her mccain show what's on your mind today hey herman thanks for taking my call yes sir bonn at about jon ossoff the conservative values in aachen there what what i am elected i don't really understand why he and the other liberal don't and you know do what the people want and let that rome their offer because they lie to get elected i hate to be so direct but that's why i mean the chuck schumer nancy pelosi a bashing the republican alternative to repeal and replace obamacare they are using trauma knowledge like it's going to be a disaster on the american people that is a lie so the reason that they do that and the reason that ossoff does this his because the democrat strategists know that if they can get a candidate like ossoff to say these conservative sounding things often enough with all the money that they're putting behind him then i got a chance to some of the conservatives under republicans in the sixth district of ghana vote for now while they work and so hard to try to steal this for the same reason they work hard to try to steal that district out in i think it will montana didn't work didn't work people are not stupid abraham lincoln said when people have the right information there are make the right decision so that's why they do it because unfortunately people to visit with their lives they're not paying attention to politics twenty four seven and so that's why some people bbc but i'm feeling optimistic about of this race in georgia thanks a lot for the call eight seven seven three one zero twenty one hundred eight.

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"aachen" Discussed on Dari and Mel

Dari and Mel

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"aachen" Discussed on Dari and Mel

"Virginia tech louisville lsu and michigan those are some of those and again you can find this on espn dot com the over under lists cg technology putting these numbers out for about fifty college football teams he's dorian bell cast are i have no idea bruce bowen like john denver or if if he's the press like i am after listening to that put the great san antonio spurs threetime champion espionage joins us now house your john denver love bruce mann maj i you know i i no issues with john denver but it it does ill melancholy feel two things all of a sudden there's clouds outside in the sun was shining and now i don't know fellas and that we need them bruno mars in there's some let's let's get it when we talk sports with aachen basketball playoffs for bruce we are we aren't at dari hates this whole playoff thing he's been down nba savings everything he makes us boring unwatchable terrible basketball where i live heard it all remember what are you like me i just like watching the a lake watching greatness in front of my eyes you know and that's what it is now it's about watching greatness it before your eyes in you know people don't take into account of how good teams half the beach be able to accomplish some of the things are transpiring right now we're talking about sweeps right now we're talking about you know the two top teams in east division being undefeated in the playoffs where has that ever happen.

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