33 Burst results for "Aaliyah"

"aaliyah" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:05 min | Last week

"aaliyah" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Aaliyah Rodriguez, CEO of Corona, Norco, United Way, says it's important to get face coverings to communities that desperately need them were literally out in the community in the streets, delivering food, providing these kinds of supplies to be able to partner with the county. To receive these mass so that we can use our youth board. Our board of directors and our contacts in the current in narco northwest Riverside County area is going to be incredible to get these mass into the hands of the people that need them the most. The county used $2 million in federal Corona virus relief funding to purchase the masks, independent cities and, like county, raising their voices demanding to know when and if money from the feds to deal with the impacts of the pandemic. Will ever make it their way, while the county of L. A got a $1,000,000,000 cares Act funding West Hollywood Mayor Lindsay Horvath said their city along with many others in the county got $0 to deal with essential services that she says needs to change because with cities being closer to individual residents, they can identify and deal with problems much better than the county. People are struggling. They are at risk of losing their homes. They have lost their jobs and are at risk of losing the ability to put food on the table for their families. The coalition of L. A County city sent a letter to the counties Advisor's back in May asking for transparency and how cares funds will be allocated. They still haven't gotten an answer with the second cares Act now working its way through Congress. Those cities were preparing to submit funding request to the county directly, and this time they want direct allocation based on real needs in their populations. In downtown L A P D m a three. Okay and extend 70 news radio Our eye in the sky over the 405 from through the South Beta Long beach When we check your Friday commute again at 5 15 It's 5 11 and now a game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance ready? Go. Oh, hi. Um okay. I guess we should talk about something kind of have to be put on the spot. Not sure what to say. But I know what I'm definitely not talking about versus Mr Progressive could say big..

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Fan Ownership - With Chris Hana - CEO At The Esports Observer

BIG Esports Podcast

04:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Fan Ownership - With Chris Hana - CEO At The Esports Observer

"Talk me through like some of the acquisition process because there's. I mean could be right in saying that there's probably like twenty acquisitions, and all of as sports history of a business that's more than say five thousand dollars for a t three sports team like an acquisition, and that number's Rod, or not I think the point trying to make. Is this billionaire acquisitions ever in a sports at the moment unless it's a team that say optic which is? is like a distressed asset or something like that? Mommy and there's a couple of there's a couple of also peripherals depending on what you what you consider east boards, and you know where we draw the line between gaming. I mean there's been there's been some. There's been some some proper requisitions to like to me. That was different because we're you know. We built us a startup. Everything. Yoho edge all you are right when you got to react to a fast paced market, lucky sports, and then all of a sudden your. You're dipping your toes into the corporate world. Again, And then you get like the all the requirements that kind of all read wants from you, and then all of a sudden you you get you get into this wheel of okay cool. We gotta do this. We gotTA THAT IT'S A. Different so I think so, the story is we got investment a year before same company, and then got acquired later, and the the big due-diligence was before prior to the investment and I think like I think that blocked me for probably two or three months completely, so you know I had a team that was taking care of things but I was really like I was really working on this on all the numbers compiling data sets, and you have that stuff left and right, but then you got to put in the right form. You know it's all these talks. That was a time you know. Before we went live, you know we talked about lifestyle getting healthy again and losing all the kilos. On. It was really with a lot of what a lot of stress in a positive way, too, but it's just. Fun You know. It's I looking back now I'd say it was a really good experience. Like at the time it's hard when you've got to act fast, and you got to work on your company, but then also your completely blocked in the process, my soul. Really in a really interesting like number video information that someone gave me today. WHO's well versed in traditional businesses? We're just talking about public. Elucidate sports companies in the industry AALIYAH. They have to release the financial reports by the thirty fester. July some extremely interested to see what comes out from those guys and anyone. I've essays and you know what he was saying. He's it costs about. About a million nosy year in day to public illicit business, and it really is because you need all of these. In when the I six says proved to us why your stock just went up by forty percent. It's been a lot time going through that. You need to prove that you haven't done something illegal. You need to use your extending entitled Potties to justify that stock price into. Your releases and to check through the bold reports, and that kind of stuff takes a lot of time and none of its shape. Recent prices? Everybody seems to be three hundred dollars an hour, so it takes a Lotta time. The and that's why I feel like. If you look at these sports industry right now I'm not saying it's not saying it's not mature, but it's a lot of startups. It's a lot of people just getting in doing things like doing things quickly and you. If you grow that like if that mature Swiss, certain point, you know you have a, you have a time where there's different skills that you need, and we just have different requirements. Right I mean if a company grows like your co changes like you know you need. You need different skills to complement. Would you can't do anymore? Because of time, constraints as well so yeah, it's. It's a very different thing. Yeah, that makes sense to me. Is like a really wish on. You wear a hood this from, but it's a good. Saying that say all the time which is like. The founder doesn't always make the best see. I think that's extremely important like it. You know direct example. I think is a good friend and a mentor CAL flurries from Unicorn. Who's the CO founder and the Chief Product Officer? It makes much more sense. I think the Rahul debate to say call isn't like doing public talks and I call isn't like being divisive the company and every time I talked to him. He's so passionate about the technology in the product, so it makes perfect sense, so rawls the for him to be the Sapio, but also like you were saying as as the company styles. Would maybe make sense to get A. You know inefficient him. Gray hit suit. Come into today the because ultimately it's up to them to run a smooth and profitable business. It's not up to them to Nari who the next best counterstrike's taint team is that you should pick out fanatic to up to them to make sure your reporting to the board properly and the numbers of flying.

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Kanye West to Design Yeezy Clothing Line for Gap

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

00:42 sec | Last month

Kanye West to Design Yeezy Clothing Line for Gap

"Kanye West and gap have striked a ten year deal for quote Yeezy gap. Apparel Line as. As we all know? Yeezy has been parading himself as now a fashion designer going to all these big rig, aaliyah's and fashion shows in France and Paris, and you can see that he has things like Carnegie that sell for a thousand dollars is yeezy sneaker so I'm not sure if this means, it's going to be more affordable for some people or less. Less, but the question I wanna ask you guys is more so derivative off of. Do you follow celebrities so much to where if they are sponsored or part owners or have investments in certain type of bran shoes like Jordan whatever it may be? Does it make you WANNA buy them more because of the celebrities name or not,

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HBO Max removes 'Gone With the Wind,' will add context

1A

02:29 min | Last month

HBO Max removes 'Gone With the Wind,' will add context

"Landrieu this is also become a discussion about cultural artifacts and and I want to put this first to you and then to Aaliyah because there are a lot of people who are angry with that gone with the wind is still one of the most popular if not the most popular movie worldwide and in fact HBO Max pulled it off they may re establish it with context what are we to do with things like gone with the wind in the cultural artifacts that didn't have context when they were made welcome one looking like a couple of the if you've noticed a lot of the questions actually come up with excuses for not focusing on the thing that's in front of us let's not take the monument down because that's not a big thing the big thing is changing other stuff so let's not do that less let's not taken down because it might lead to taking other stuff down and then we don't know where it's gonna end let's not take it down for a whole bunch of other leading venture with Matt Watson said I think you said these Confederate monuments represent a specific thing at a specific time in a specific wage data historical lives and that are offensive and at three thousand of them and so in America right now that's where the focus is we may very well have conversations about other things later and the attitude to people's question of where will this end you know we don't really know but we know where she began and we know we should we should compete with secondly with the cultural artifacts I think that you know the idea in people's taxes they should start to recognize how not collect those cultural providers those movies were are and to put them back into context to explain to people what was going on what was right what was wrong with that a deep discussion of why gone with the wind was not an honest reflection of what happened I think is really important and the same thing could be said sure can be set up of a birth of a nation and a whole host of other cultural artifacts that are out there that obviously did not tell the correct story about what happened in the past although we don't really watch birth of the nation much anymore and we still watch gone with the wind and things like that but more in Sarabia but they did it one time and and so I'm not trying to be quick but you love them but that but but some of the kernels of what people are talking about related to those occurs at

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As protests grow, Belgium faces its racist colonial past

The Frame

03:03 min | Last month

As protests grow, Belgium faces its racist colonial past

"As the protests over police racism and brutality rumbled across European cities some activists targeted that own country's colonial history in Belgium demonstrates a spray painted a statue of king Leopold the second Wallenstein U. K. statue of seventeenth century slave trader Edward Colston was toppled and thrown into a rhythm can the push for justice move forward without first looking back maybe the best way to reckon with our racist history is to dump it in the river we're going across America and abroad today as part of our one A. across America project it's a partnership with six public radio stations in various parts of the country we're joined now by someone who once said a great nation does not hide its history it faces its flaws and it corrects them Mitch Landrieu is the former mayor of New Orleans and author of the book in the shadow of statues a white southerner confronts history welcome back to the show image thank you so much I haven't also joining us is only a haci nada she's a writer and organizer of black lives matter U. K. black lives matter U. K. has compiled a list of sixty statues that it wants removed because they celebrate slavery Aaliyah joins us from London welcome hi thanks for having me Mitch you brought down a number of Confederate monuments while you are male you may or you did that legally I wonder what do you make of protests in various cities that are taking down statues and monuments illegally well it I need to involve myself and I wasn't the first one to talk about it it's been a long history of people who were leaders in New Orleans who tried to take those monuments down they all legal processes for doing it and there are the process used to doing it a peaceful protest you know the important thing is is that people now are beginning to understand how insidious those monuments are the ones that was specifically put up to celebrate those individuals who've spent their lives protecting slavery and so that's what the Confederate monuments are in the United States of America I can't speak to the ones because I don't know enough about them in other parts of the in the south in the United States of America there are three thousand monuments that will play stop for the distinct indirect purpose of revering and honoring individuals who fought to split the United States and hand over the cause of preserving slavery and that's just about the civil war of the confederacy was on the wrong side of that war they were on the wrong side of history and the last thing that we should be doing is honoring what's called a lost cause which is meant that somehow of the confederacy was a noble cause when in fact it was not in these monuments will put in places of all public places yeah they got the money and on on public on public land and with and will put up with the specific purpose of Riviera the person by general Robert E. Lee Jefferson Davis PGT Beauregard and there a whole host of others whose mission it was was to preserve

Sony fined $2.4 million over illegal return policy in Australia

Kinda Funny Games Daily

04:19 min | 2 months ago

Sony fined $2.4 million over illegal return policy in Australia

"Sony, been, find three point five billion dollars misleading. Australian consumers into your question. Where does that money go? Fund Jordan. At. Legal. Exactly who writes Sony Europe? which which controls Sony's operations in Australia has been find three point five million. Australian. You Know Australian dollars. I was GONNA. Say Australian US dollars while I was like that doesn't make sense. Dollars for misleading Australian consumers over it's refund policy. The company has been ordered to pay this amount in penalties for making false and misleading representations regarding Australian Consumer Law Rights. The court case that led to the settlement involved a series of consumers who contacted Sony over a game. They deemed faulty. There were refused refunds for two reasons The game was purchased digitally, and it'd been fourteen days since they made the purchase. These responses from Sony do not align with Australian consumer law, so the case went to court. Another breach of acl came as Sony Sony told a consumer that it could not provide a refund unless the game developer. It and another told another that the refund would have to be issued using digital currency only usable on the PS store the place. It's just store. Consumer guarantee rights do not expire after add. Digital product has been downloaded that. Certainly do not do not disappear after fourteen days or any other arbitrary date claimed by a game store or developer reads a statement from Robertson's chair of the ACC. Well with Sony told what Sony told. These consumers was false and does not reflect the consumer guarantee rights afforded to Australian consumers end quote. According to the release from the ACC Sony Europe's terms of service implied that users quote did not have consumer guarantee rights, regarding the the quality functionality, completeness, accuracy, or or performance of their purchase digital. Games and club between October two, thousand seventeen, and may twenty nineteen. So, this is one of those ones one of those where I. Don't really have a take on it like it seems like everything happened the way it should happen right leg. Sony violates guidelines Australia right like doesn't give people the refunds that they should be getting based on those guidelines and yeah, it gets find the way it should happen. Yeah, I. Mean It. kind of sheds a light again on how digital purchases! In that being more of a thing, now are going to have more scrutiny because of the way that you know kind of archaic systems have kind of pushed against it in the long way like I remember some years ago. I had a issue on this. with a refund that I needed to do, and they were like look you have to produce. Documentation that tells us when you purchase a saying how you purchase staying. What time in Dayton did you do all this stuff and so that we can verify that you may think I was like. Isn't it your job? Don't you have a spreadsheet somewhere when I made that? Purchase that you should be able to go and find that thing. It's hours and hours like goes through my pin purchases throughout to a really bad back in to find out what some of that stuff was I think. We see really really good examples of how companies are doing some of that work that people can kind of mess around with in use for various reasons like steam where you can refund, the thing basically played it no less than ten hours or something like that I forget what the actual number was, but. You know. I think I think this is going to be the part where consumers have to use their power which I'm happy to see that these consumers did. Is Bring up the fact that inequality happened or something that was wrong happened in unusual your voice to two buck- against that because I think again. We're checking the systems in a lot of ways were saying look this thing that you've made and you produce for us? You've made for us to be able to get the things we want. You have flaws in. Let me tell you what these flaws are. And then we can make me. Get that system to better sadly. Wanted to being three point, five million dollars or Australian. Dollar lawsuit, which is Bobby Kodak. Dollars I don't know we have to figure out how much that is translates, but aaliyah. Yeah, but again like this is again. Use your wallet like as a consumer understand the power of the consumer to to to fix things that are actually wrong in the space so. I'm happy needed that that's really smart.

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"aaliyah" Discussed on Thrive Bites

Thrive Bites

03:38 min | 3 months ago

"aaliyah" Discussed on Thrive Bites

"To be able to treat it well for for it to be able to protect us Yes so I want the audience to hear about your book. You know one is launching. What is it about and You know how do people reach out to you? Yeah thank you so it's called party in your plants. I'm literally pulling it outside the subtitle. A hundred plant based recipes and problem solving strategies to help you eat healthier without hating your life and that last part without heating your life is really the focus of this book. Because it's it's it's aimed to help you fit these healthy real food into your real life and not have to change your life to accommodate the food. So it's organized by real life situations and recipes and advice in stories to help you thrive in those situations. Like when you're entertaining are going somewhere to be entertained. That's or when you're eating dinner so low that's another. I'm just flipping through every time when your bank account is vertically challenged that's a whole section or when you just WanNa Make Plain. Plants Tastes Great. You know stuff like that or your picnic in the park because you're cute like that so lots of real life situations and recipes that pair well with them as well as life. Advice is what the book is really about. And the is to just empower people to take care of themselves so they can go out into. The world is their best well list most energize version. That's that's the whole point of this thing. You know food makes us feel stuff and it makes us have certain levels of energy and so if we make food choices that make us feel great. Then we'll be able to live crater. Lives Yeah I definitely agree and You know we talked about emotional mental physical health with food but you know it touches people on a cultural level it touches you know on a comfort level you know just so many different aspects of it and you know we love it we just love it so holly thank you so much What is your What's the best way to reach you as your website? Yeah probably my website party in my plants DOT COM or on instagram party in my plants. Those yeah those are props and there's also the party in my plants podcast anywhere where there's a party in plants. I'm there so I'm finally. I love it and your book is coming out April. Twenty first right aright awesome awesome. Well thank you again for taking the time out in sharing your energy and love and your story with us I I was inspired. You know and I hope our listening audience will take that run with it. Yeah Yeah and not have the runs. I tried to put my spiring comedian. Head on aaliyah. Aren't you proud of me? Okay guys this has been a another episode thrive bites. If you like this please subscribe and follow us and we will see you on the next one. Thank you everyone. Hey guys that was another episode of Thri Bites. If you like that episode please subscribe and Follow Weekly for new episodes. And don't forget to rate US ON APPLE PODCASTS..

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"aaliyah" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"aaliyah" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Peter finch says a woman who as a child after mom deliver marijuana brownies to aids sufferers in the eighties as some thoughts on that as a girl seen her mom's the illegal pot brownie deliveries Aaliyah voles saw the suffering from aids in San Francisco so what did she think of the city's efforts to halt Mondays for twenty gathering on hippie hill in Golden Gate park because of the current pandemic I don't think it's the right thing to do some of the organizers of the usual for twenty party and in Golden Gate park I have gotten together and organize what they're calling the great American session they'll be raising money to fight cold at nineteen and she says some of the big names you'd expect to see at the gathering like Tommy Chong and members of cypress hill will be participating Aaliyah vaults will be sharing her mom's old brownie recipe her memoir is called home baked my mom marijuana and the stoning of San Francisco Peter finch KCBS world irises dealing a gut punch to the illegal drug trade paralyzing economies in severing supply chains in China or traffickers rely on chemicals to make such drugs as methamphetamine and fentanyl one of the main suppliers is it will harm the epicenter of the global outbreak Associated Press interviews with law enforcement officials found Mexican and Colombian cartels are still plying their trade as evidenced by recent seizures but lockdowns that have turned cities into ghost towns are disrupting everything from production to transport to sales and prices for drugs in short supply have a sword to.

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"aaliyah" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

01:46 min | 6 months ago

"aaliyah" Discussed on Popcast

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"aaliyah" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

11:46 min | 6 months ago

"aaliyah" Discussed on Popcast

"We want to be one hundred percent peak expert on every single thing that we weigh in on but also we. Are WE COVER THE ENTIRE FIELD? And so they're going to be things that maybe we are not as expert in as we are in others and one of my goals. When I first started this job eleven years ago was to get as close to expert hood in as many different spaces as possible. You know as soon as possible. I'm still working on knowing that I was going to say is. I'm still doing that like I thought that. That would change the first year of the job or the second year but it doesn't change because something new happens that forces me to learn as if I am. An infant artists are always ahead of critics a little shore or the good ones are which is the whole enjoyment of the job and also there's more music out there to listen to than we could possibly consumed so invariably when something POPs up with a bunch of reference points that may be is not something that I or you have spent a lot of time living in previously. There's a whole untapped resources out there for us to go back and learn from. That's the part of the job that I actually at the most excited about is when I get to still learn with you okay. Here's the next question. It's a short question and it's unfortunately just aimed towards me but I just didn't get to it before and I'll just get through it really quickly and this is from Jamie Jamie. I'm sorry. I hope I'm pronouncing your last name. Right Jamie writes for The Times magazine and this is something that Jamie is not alone in asking me Jamie says. I've been wondering about this for as long as I've been listening to podcasts. Not Complaining truly just curious. Why does John Always call an individual song a record quote unquote? Is this an industry thing? So so here's the thing and this this is Maybe there's a slight generational gap between me and some of the people who've listened to the show or a input gap. So if you were listening to say like funk master Flex doing late night hot ninety seven MIC SHOWS. You know for the last twenty years you would here and this is true. You know growing up hip hop in the eighties or nineties. People would refer to individual songs as records. I think partially perhaps because they used to be twelve inch single they were pieces of vinyl. Also I just think there's a kind of like hardness to the word like this record so you would you know you hear flex being like this new record and that's just kind of ingrained in my grammar at this point so you're kind of imprinted like a baby bird. Yeah and so I still talk that way but I realize now nobody talks that way and I think sometimes really what that is showing my age and also who I grew up listening to. So that's also showing your loyalty. Yeah I mean that's the scene that I come from and that's how people talk in that world so that's where that's from. Jamie. Thank you for asking. The next question is from Matthew Valeria and this is also about. This is something that I think we can both weigh in on even though it's just aimed at me but I actually. I'm actually really curious about your answered this question. The question is what does John. Think of record players. Does he own one? I am twenty one. I've spent my whole life on itunes and streaming Ba. Recently perused a record store and it was an awesome experience. I purchased futures album Pluto for thirteen dollars a bargain for Pluto which is worth many hundreds of dollars in art so okay. I have to confess that the only record player that I own is one of those toy record players that like. I can't even remember the company but it's basically like a kid story rucker player like I don't have like a techniques twelve hundred I I have had a better turntable in the past but the truth is I play some vinyl. But very very very rarely. I like to have a way to play it if I need to play it but conveniences. Comedians or most things are available on the Internet. Jp You have a record player still and if so what do you use it for? I have a turntable. I have a turntable. I've been using since whatever the eight brand I think it's the techniques but it's not a hip hop twelve. No I don't have to scratch but mostly unused I do. Listen to as high a quality as I can coerce publicist to send. I mean I listened to way files. I've got good headphones. I run my computer to a DA. See I do like good? Yes this is where JP and I are. We differ on this. But I'm not one of those people who is reverential about vinyl. Because you know the second time you play vinyl record it's already a little scratch. I'm not a fetishistic vinyl at all CD SOUND BETTER. Not Enough your sound quality. Cd sound better. I don't know about that either. Because because here's the theory that analog vinyl the exact wave form recorded by the artist if of course he wasn't using digital recording studio. I if someone is made totally analog record analog is the exact way for them and the digital recording is a million tiny samples of that way for forty four thousand of them per second or something. I can't hear it I WANNA say. Jp is my older but is also my junior in every way when it comes to cool sound things doesn't yeah. I don't care if the sound is dusty. I'm not particular about format I know. Things are compressed for streaming and for tunes. It doesn't really bother me. I also think a lot of the music that I'm partial to tends to work in those settings as made as effectively as a high fidelity setting the audio recorder that I use for interviews only bought that 'cause you told me it was the one to buy like genuinely have no technological aptitude and also very little concern for format. I do want to say to podcast listeners. As a public service if you listen to something with a good drum kit on one hundred twenty eight kilobytes per second which is what I tunes was for hundreds of years. You're symbols are going to sound terrible. Okay you can hear them. You play it back to back with even true as well claim back with the three twenty or a flak or wave and you will hear a difference. I mean there is a certain depth that cheap. Mp3 doesn't use. Most of what I listened to to get sent to me or that I'm listening to is probably three hundred twenty kilobytes per second Debbie. Three that sounds pretty good. Probably Placebo effect for most fidelity over that. Okay I literally have no have no idea. We're talking about but that's hopefully if you listen listeners. Hopefully you guys learn something there. Because I'd I'd certainly have no idea what's going on. Okay here's a last question and this comes from Justin Tang and Justin says hello all. I am a huge fan sometime last year. I met John. Perilous and gushed about how obsessed with podcast. He says he did this at the California music thing that you did. Oh okay so. This is Justin. His question is having seen how much time and work goes into the indepth profiles done by the Times which are amazing. His word not mine although it's drew which has been your favorite one to work on in the past few years. Jp You have you have one that sticks out in your mind. We're talking. Yeah Yeah Okay. I've forgotten them. Yeah I know that's true. The details tend to just turn to dust and blow away the minute the pieces which had a great answer. It's just the one you're working on is the most important data. Glad you said that. That was the right answer. I was GONNA say it's the one you'd like. Don't know how to write yet. It's the one you haven't figured out how the pieces are GONNA fit together. It's the one where it's like Ono. How am I going to get this into the space and then only going to be able to fill the space and then getting hit? The Road Lies Ever Your Dad for yes. Frankly that is all that is all things all things. Go through that exact process me. When I saw this question my immediate thought was like oh like spending all the time with Gonyea and in Wyoming or I did a profile of the weekend in the magazine and I got spent a lot of time with them in in Toronto. That was great because it was like right when he was kind of figuring out how to be a pop star but also and by the time this comes out which will be a week or two. This piece will be out but like the piece. I'm writing right now. Which is not as indepth as either of those pieces but like I went to Dallas this past weekend and hung out with ten K. CASH. And like he performed at like some crazy you know in like a banquet hall. It was a wrestling match and a rap show going back and forth between wrestling bouts and performances and it was wild. It was just like punks and hardcore kids and hip hop kids and kids with Mohawks and quasi gigolos and just like every kind of weird kid in Dallas was like all in this one room and he performed for like eight minutes or something and I was like this is incredible and like that is one of the great things about this job. Which is that here I am. I've been at the time eleven years. I'm still be able to have access and find ways to cover things like that. That who could have even anticipated would exist. No less than I'd be able to go to them so the answer is almost always the thing. You're currently doing or the thing that you're just about to do so. I have a million happy memories. I mean the night bjork took me to the top hip hop club in Reykjavik and danced all night and yelled in my ear. Emory's the one thing was the best song ever you know. I covered a sacred music festival and Morocco where I saw trans ceremony. I mean there's there's a million but actually I mean I think I'm happy with the experiences sometimes than with the pieces with the Yeah it's a job where we get to learn all the time. I consider us the lucky people on totally agree. Jp thank you for calling in. I appreciate it great to talk to you. I know it seems like that's the last question. But actually there is one more question from Kathleen mcconaughey. Kathleen wants to know. What is Pedro most curious about? What is his favorite album of two thousand? Nineteen Pedro get on the mic telling people he's got to walk all the way over ear bazars walking over now very slowly got alive. Mike fully check-check. So Pedro has made his way over the cost. The cost memorial microphones. Yes indeed so. What was your favorite album between nineteen? Could it could have been old record if it wasn't anything new. I gotta be honest. I liked the vampire weekend. Yeah I mean I like there I. What is it for it to be there? You are a dead. I am a dead so I am. I am indeed. I really dug that album but I mean I listened to old stuff. You know. You're always talking about how your old Yep and I always giggle because I've got you by twelve years. I was just freaked out this past week by the fact that I get a press release touting. How the Romantic Song? What I like about you was forty years Forty years old. So that's what I'm dealing with sure so I'm processing right now and I'm GonNa go home and listen to vampire weekend is how I'm going to process that we should go out with the vampire weekend's on don't you think so so. Let's go out with harmony hall from father of the bride by vampire weekend. Thank you know. It's my pleasure.

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"aaliyah" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

08:53 min | 6 months ago

"aaliyah" Discussed on Popcast

"But to that second part of that question. How much weight do you let your emotion taken view? Can you hate something and write a positive review? I would never ever hate something right. A positive review. Yeah that would be contrary to the entire racket that we're in. I mean people are asking my opinion and they considered an informed opinion and if they read enough of my stuff they were coming from and once ran into a guy at a new music seminar who came up to me and said you're John Parrella. I disagree with everything you right. And and that's Great. I'm a perfect critic for you. You could just like do the right exactly but I I would never contradict myself. I mean part of why you and I are in this racket is for pleasure and if we are not conveying our own pleasure and displeasure. If we're not coming. All of our emotions were not doing it right and also like you know. Criticism IS A. It's not just about I like it or I don't like it. It's about storytelling. It's about contacts. You know it's about bigger picture philosophy and I think I want to deconstruct or problem. Which is the terms? Hate something and positive review. Because I think when I'm listening to a record for professional purposes as if there are any other purposes anymore but when I'm listening to a record for professional purposes. I'm listening with a LOT OF HATS. I find I'm trying to think about. Where does it fit in the broader scheme of Pop Music? I'm trying to think about. Does it move me on a kind of primal level? Doesn't move me intellectually. How people respond to it. What type of listenership would attract? I'm trying to assess all of those things at the same time. So hate feels like a broad and blunt term and frankly so just positive. I think it's possible for me to understand something and even be sympathetic to it. Even if I personally don't love it but I would still give that thing what I think Ben would still understand to be a negative review because ultimately what I would arrive at was saying. I don't think this is very good. Even if other people do or even if other people think hard about it or even if other people are passionate about it so I think I can. I can really dislike something but find things not to embrace but to at least aid in my understanding and broader conceptualization with well. I also think it's a really good exercise. If you WANNA be a critic as opposed to an enthusiast to go write about something that you hate and figure out how works yes who is trying to spear Turbo why you think it's pernicious. Yes or lame or click shade or last year's trick. I think that's a really good exercise as it right absolutely. I totally agree. That really reminds me of when I was doing criticism in the late nineties and early two thousands. I took on a lot of writing assignments for things that I was curious about. But not as much of an expert in is the things that I was a super expert in at the time and it forced me out of my comfort zone and I learned about static frameworks that I was not familiar with. I tested myself. My Gut level reactions to a whole bunch of different sounds that I had not previously allowed myself. As like a cool hip-hop kid quote unquote to like even entertain or in interact with and it was really helpful and I could not do my job as I do it today. Had I not pushed myself in those directions in you know twenty years ago good musicians? They're not looking at John Relies. Do Not saying Oh. I ONLY LISTEN TO HIP. Del Steals from anywhere else. The beauty of popular music is that. It's a hybrid. It's a Mutt. It's not something stays in. Its Lane so your criticism shouldn't either and you should definitely challenge yourself and you should definitely listen to stuff that might surprise you or you know. If you're a musician give you that one thing and you can throw away the rest and use that one thing to make something good. Totally under percent agree. So for Ben. You're trying to be a good entry point. Maybe would be to try to push yourself to write about something that does cause strong negative feelings trying to figure out why also if I can speak of the entertainment part of what we do. People love a good plan. I don't write many of them because I'm too busy. Trying to advocate for stuff. I lo- Google J. fees famous coal play. And if you haven't read it you should but even there. I was trying to figure out how it worked before I came down on it. Like a ton of Villes right. You're like I know how it works. Still try anyway ARPITA coldplay okay next question. This question comes from Grace House. This is actually something I think about. A Lot grey says I'm interested in your take on the responsibility of the critic when it comes to reviewing and writing about foreign language music especially now that Spanish language music and K pop have gotten so popular. Do you think it's important to read a translation or multiple translations and try to understand wordplay and lurk context or? Is it more about the sound? What do you do? Do you have a process for this? That's not a binary of of course. Not the sound matters defense matters. I always go look for a translation. Thank goodness there are so many volunteer translators out there. There's a good side called lyrics translate dot com which usually has on any popular song more than one attempt which is not easy. If I'm desperate I'll go to for Spanish language of Brazil language. Papa go to I think it's dot com and you stick it into Google translate but usually get gobbledygook right. I would rather know that. There was a human. Yeah Human Years. Human human fingers on the typewriter human feelings human use of context. You get some real bonkers stuff. Out of. Has the lyrics do matter? I mean a songs a synergistic Combo of music and lyrics and you got to have an idea of what both are trying to do. You know I think about this a lot. I didn't think for nightline a few weeks ago. Maybe two three months ago about Romance Santos and they didn't use this part but I was talking about romance. Antos is like basically like a great American love song performer. And I was like you may not understand everything he saying because he's he sing in Spanish but like you can number one. If you're a casual listener you feel you can feel the texture of it and number two. Did you understand everything Bob Dylan ever said? They didn't use that unfortunately but But but I do think fundamentally like when I think about the number of performers of popular music in the English language who people don't understand all the words to and that means number one. If you don't understand the words to young vulgar Bob Dylan like you can still like them. And that goes for Spanish language Korean language French language Portuguese language music etc as a listener and as a critic. Yeah I will always try my best to get under the hood of a song or the album to understand what the lyrical themes are but I do. Except on some fundamental level there's going to be a percentage and that percentage could be five or it could be thirty or on a bad day fifty that I might not have access to. I might not know all the inside jokes. There might be wordplay that makes sense in Korean than when you translate it into English. Maybe doesn't make sense. I accept that. There's some part of that that I'm GonNa miss but also a lot of times when I'm writing about Spanish pop Korean language pop. I'm also writing about big broad thematic things and that can be different than writing kind of like a molecular type of criticism about how wordplay functions and I think when you're doing broader theme criticism it allows you more freedom but yes. I have never written about a song a foreign language without trying very very hard to understand what every word means in English and as you say we may not get it. I mean some Brazilian Tropicalia and all visiting fellows onto Tropicalia. Here is very concerned with puns and word play and things. I know. I'm not getting feel very sad that I'm not getting but you know we do what we can. Part of the other thing is as newspaper critics. We're generalists you know. We are not specialists. I have not written thome on some era of some local music and another language. There are going to be people who know more than US and actually hope to write US Intel. If we didn't get everything 'cause that's always good to learn. Yeah I agree you know being a generalist.

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"aaliyah" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

03:36 min | 6 months ago

"aaliyah" Discussed on Popcast

"Jp's on the phone. John Prowess calling in all the way from Lower Manhattan. It's an undisclosed location to most. It's true it's true. It's full records solo records in critical acumen. Aren't there so JP. We got a bunch of questions. Actually that we're kind of specific to the nature of criticism and I thought it'd be good if maybe you and I just tackle a couple them because I think that maybe our process will be interesting to hear about and also I know we don't always have the same opinion on some things so plus we also think about this stuff twenty so there are a couple of general questions and a couple of more specific questions. But I'M GONNA start off with Ben. Gregory and Ben says I want to be a music journalist but I'm in a career million miles away from that. How did you decide your writing was good enough to be worth pursuing first of all? Ll and two. I guess a less selfish question. How much weight do you allow your emotion to take a review? Can you hate something and write a positive review so the first thing about how did you decide? Your writing was good. Nothing worth pursuing. I'm curious about your answer. 'cause mine is funny. So do you have an answer to that. Well I just started doing it because I was addicted to getting records in. That's right free. It's all about free stuff free. I had been if you work at a record label. And you're not sending a your free weird hip hop swag strange merger making like you're messing up and send me that and everything. Yes that's right but but I mean I in my college radio station as the music director. I was getting every album that came out and listen to them all and saying play this song and I realized that as graduation impending that this is not a radio talk radio business so a friend of mine suggested I who was writing for magazines from his dorm room suggested that I send some stuff out and I got an over. The transient manuscript accepted. This was the age of magazines gatekeepers. And those kind of things when they were still limited number of publishing outlets this was very much pre blog. Right I on the other hand have a beautiful face for radio myself so when I first started writing which is in the mid to late nineties. I understood myself really as an enthusiast but I didn't know if I really fully consider myself a writer for a few years and you know obviously I still look at my writing things on a lot of days that it's not good enough. Stop at all. It could be but you know you're right on deadline and you're writing under constraint pressure of space and time and these are not things that we have spent six weeks crafting every tiny little sense so I've learned to appreciate the art of being effective and Punchy and pointed on deadline which is a different kind of writing that I quite enjoy. But it's not the only way to be a good writer and it took me a while to feel that I was good at this kind of writing some days. I am some days who can say most days your good. That's very kind but I started. His duty is to actually. I mean I review for my highschool newspaper because I wanted to jump up and down and pointing something I cared for me to my first review of the I P M dawn record in the stuyvesant high school spectator in nineteen ninety one or nineteen. Ninety-two excellent yeah. I was really on one. R I p Prince Pedro. Can you play set adrift on Memory Bliss?.

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"aaliyah" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

08:19 min | 6 months ago

"aaliyah" Discussed on Popcast

"We're back to the listener mail bag. I'm not GonNa say what we were just listening to you. But you're the person who emailed me to ask me to play that song. You're welcome Joan. Karen are still here. Questions are still here. Jp calling in later. Let's get moving Karen. I'm glad that you haven't left yet. Whoever we have it's left yet because Michael Harris is back with another question in my class in the mid ski question and Michael. I think my particularly tuned in to the dynamic here from Michael from listening to the grammys. Podcast I am reminded of Cairns. Take on big thief. Yeah go there. I am curious what the rest of the podcast squad. Things a big thief and whether they are deserving the critical praise received in two thousand nineteen I find their music to be both disquieting soothing and ultimately original Michael. I appreciate the question. Would you may get dragged so Karen we stand with Karen first of all I mean we were carrying even when guaranteed not completely right a usually the ACLU. I will defend to the death. The right for you to have the opinion that you have even if it is not good. I don't think that's true. Contingent will actually physically fight yummy before the end of the game for gone before. Yes before the end of the hour perhaps so Karen. Can you a scituate people who maybe are not as extremely online as Michael Yourself? Joe Garelli Monica. Actually I'm trying to be less online just to be fair. There's a called big thief. He put out two records last year. That were very critically acclaimed whom I listened to them and I do not like them. I read the very glowing. Pitchfork review which directed me to some live performances. I watched them watch the Colbert performance due diligence. I did and after doing all this. I decided that a they're not good they're overrated which are two separate things one has to do with one has to do with skill. Dude I mean listen. It wasn't unpleasant to cycle for me to buy every male female critic of this every white male critic who is now worked for the. We can all have differing opinions. You hear wait. What did you tweet? I said that they were the emperor's new clothes of Twenty Nineteen Rock and that is frankly very temperate. I think that's a very temperate. I actually took stronger than that. It's a very temporary tweet. I'm not I'm not dramatic. Tweeter John People love the SPEC? It really love big thief. There's a lot of emotion just when you were talking about Pine Grove earlier I was GonNa say. Pine Grove is my big theme. Wow I'm not immune to the idea that people get something for listening to them as late to then also as a person who's been on the receiving end of urine intensity about certain musical artist. I know you know what it is like to stand. Of course when people tell me they hate Madonna all the time. I don't tweet at them that they should die. I'm like that's a bad opinion. But whatever you just text us don't reveal myself so you tweeted this thing and for about twenty four to thirty six hours the Rock Creek in so much as there are still rock. Critics ROCK CREEK TWITTER. Just lost their mind. No it was not it was like the Iowa Caucus nobody can make for Indie rock. Yes it was. It was just wild and could not they cannot accept. The opinion exists in the world. Perhaps they could not accept that a woman had this opinion that seemed to be part of it. Yeah I'm just out here guessing that if you're the type of person that listens to cast but also tweeted a bad thing Karen like just. Don't listen to podcasts. Like we don't need you like don't be like that big it's not it. We're the only publication that covers contemporary music. Probably that has not written about big thief. And that's because you know to pull back the current a little bit like every time a big thief releases coming out we we all listen to it and we all shrug and not doing it for us. So you're big content elsewhere. Here's the thing like we are and I want us no shortage of it. No definitely no shortage of it and I do want to say for people who are listening who are fans of of artists that we don't cover or maybe who are publicists artists so we don't cover it's not strictly speaking that we have to like something. Yes there are plenty of things that we cover like. We have had conversations about any number of artists were like. Should we review this? And we're all kind of like we're not into it but it's meaningful and we should say that it's not good by someone should just get outdoors. You just discuss it in some way exactly and like. I think there was a moment where I was like. Should I review the big beaver to be clear that this is not it? It just doesn't do it and we ultimately decided against that. I'm not in any way connected. You what happened on twitter. We ultimately decided against it. But I but I do think it's not simply like we all shrugging then. There's no way that that artists could get covered but there are so many layers with the big fief thing where I think we felt like speaking of things like punching above their weight a little bit like the amount of attention that big was getting so disproportionate to alternate the size of the band and also the quality of the music that I think we all just save your luscious. Let it pass and doesn't mean that won't return to it as I mean that. I won't on the next record each release completely separately. You know with fresh ears looking for something here in it. I was going to say it's not if you do not get your big content here. It was on Barack Obama's urine playlist go there. You go look at it for as long as it takes for you to like speak the CAN I also put in one question that is sort of a critique of the Grammy's episode. That's not we lot of them. That's not the critique that the person who wrote that the Grammy's episode was our version a podcast version of icing the body electric performance. Which was a great tweet. So good really. Glad to have received that email so this came from and this is going to be an interesting when we think about how we choose what we cover. This is something I should think about. This comes from Dylan Garcia. This came I don't remember if it was specific to the pop gas mail bag. I think it might have come after the grammy's and I just sort of have adopted for this listening to the podcast this week and it was just another reminder about how the NY slash music media in general is so New York Center. Because in Austin Gary Junior is the most famous musician to the point. Where the dixie? Chicks are opening for him in a few weeks that true. I. I'm not okay. Don't believe it. Let me Google it. That is heinous thing to hear. Gary some respect online meetings each documentary at Rolling Stone on Gary Clark Junior and a childhood friend. Acl Live Gary Junior. With special appearance by the sound like opening it sounds like a warm up gig for me for the return of the Queen. First of all. He's definitely the bigger photo. Sure sure sure they're opening fine but it's only because they just getting their feet wet signed to come back and Gary Finish. I did see the Dixie chicks open for the Eagle. The the most popular man in history. And I want to say this is before Cairns time before your time but like when I primarily reviewed concerts at the New York Times. That was my job. My job title remains the same but by tasks us from early reviewing concerts and I was very faithful. You Know Me and J P we talk all the time about best practices and like if I were questions I would say like. What do I do in this circumstance where it is now? The dixie chicks were at some point. This was the first step. And they're coming some come back quote unquote comeback and they were opening for a couple of dates for the eagles. It's just Eagle's actually. I don't Care Karen editing you just say I WANNA say emphatically. I don't care. Both I was a fact checker. Here's a day. It's colloquially said the eagles but it is just eagles imprint on Kerryon I don't care I'm staying with the pixies and looking pixies looking you and your eyes. I don't care here's the thing one.

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For our listeners: Your SafeSPACE recordings

Peace Out

08:31 min | 7 months ago

For our listeners: Your SafeSPACE recordings

"Hello. Welcome to a special bonus episode of peace out last season. We asked you to tell us about your safe space. The place and people people with whom you felt safest happiest and commerce now. Why did we ask you that? It's important for all of us to have a place or person that we know we can always go to when we're feeling upset or worried or scared a place where you feel feel calm a place where you can really feel that you can be yourself and a person who can cheer you up. Or if they can't they're able to just sit quietly with you for as long as you need or maybe it's something like a Steffi or your fluffy's pillow something comforting thing and that reminds you of all the other times you felt your most relaxed. We heard from children from all around the world. We couldn't share share them all during season three but we did listen to them all and they were just so amazing that we're going to share them here now. Let's start art with vivid here. She is and then Pan Am nine years old massive spacious beach because I love jumping over waves and looking at all the beautiful things I have all the wildlife and I hope you do too by. I do of wildlife to thanks for sharing the highway. Wish Day I live in Montreal. My call place is when I'm in bed. You're listening to peace out with my mom. My happy place is when I rather may school with my friend. Layla messy shoddy. Sounds like yes really amazing people people in your life including your mom in Leyla now. Here's Kylie I'm. I'm six years all I live in. Should call go my safe spaces with rideshare me listening to your podcast Kylie I. I wonder if you're listening with your family right now. The sound wonderful and so do you brea in the United States throat in. Hi My name is brea and I love peace out. I listened to it every night. I am ten years old and in Illinois. My safe-space is when I'm with my stuffed animal. Edward is actually five years old. My Com space is when I'm in bed listening to peace out. My happy space is when I'm with my African side Neck Turtle Quirky once again. I love peace out. Thanks for you and we love you to say hello to Edward and quack for us we want to say hello to Mrs Manners. And her amazing students they listen to peace out in the afternoons and wanted to share their safe spaces to hear our CAITLYN. Ellis I'm Caitlyn. I'm a lesson and die forming. Good I listen to peace with my teacher Mrs Mattis I like peace because it calms me down off to a hot day of whack. My happy place is in my bedroom with all my favorite toys video games might come place. Nice is in delivering with with my family impacts. ps I most his stick. My Name is Alice on eleven years old or listen the UK and listen to peace with multi Mismanaged at school. I like peace out because it's relaxing so relaxing. My happy places hyman playing xbox Michael in places saying in the corner of my room peace out high hi articles Kian undermine eleven years old and on some England. Are you love pace out because does it makes me relax and full to sleep. Pay Out and pay within. Thank you Mrs Mrs Manners. Sounds like an awesome teacher. And you all sound like incredible students who are aware of what works for you and what you can do to help the yourself. Calm down and relax. Thank you here are few listeners. Who Saves Space is at home getting comfy and cozy right before or they go to sleep or just being at home with their families? My Name is Colin Alliot. Three years old but species species with ceased spaces with by dad in Family is blige Bought my mom copy space in my bed. Listen to peace out my name. Is Wesley aaliyah hit an. Im five years old. I am corner Elliott's brother and myself space is called lean with my brother. My a happy space is Pints Walker my backyard with my dad and my brother and my com space is at my house. Curled up was Steffi's Boeing kit surrounding me. Hi My name is August. I'm for years old. L. Of in California. Yeah and my happy space is my playroom and my calms basis. My Bird and my safe places at home. Hello I'm Friday at five years old from England I come is where my family by safe-space more make my my happy space grandad alone renamed tug review. Loan my happiest basis with my family. mccombs bit is playing That with this time and come uh-huh in my little hammocks wing. Hi My name is Eliana. My space is with my family. M My happy ladies. Having to Butler's at at my friend's house and my Calms Space Israel will win I near nature by money courtroom and I love in Philadelphia Mice safe-space Israel my parents and my happy space is a my bed. In my com space is worsening. The piece Oh hello my name is so sixers or I live in Auto Minnesota. My Com space is in my room. My safe spaces risk by dead. My hobbies I is with my family. I like peace show thanks. My name is Alice in. I M. I'm for Michael's space is a marine corner in my bed. I'm happy when I'm moon vacation with family. Hello Chanel my name is Charlotte. I'm four years old. I live in Seamy Valley cowl Slovenia and Assoc. Now's the Best Denaro saw Mitt and my happy place is when I'm with my family playing at school with my friends and my comes. Fleiss is is listening. Piece Adam appeasal than with my mom making her rubbed my back in the software back. Thank you coren Wesley. August Frazier Dr Tag Eliana Coltrane Silas Ellis and Charlotte. The world is such an exciting place to explore in discover. But it's always so good to know that you have a safe space at home to go back to and with people there who love you. Thank you all for sharing during

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R. Kelly charged with paying bribe before marrying Aaliyah

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

R. Kelly charged with paying bribe before marrying Aaliyah

"When news came that the twenty seven year old are Kelly had married as much younger proto J. it raised eyebrows especially given that he had produced her debut album which had the title age ain't nothing but a number now it's getting the attention of federal prosecutors in New York an indictment accuses him of scheming to pay for a fake ID the day before he got married in Chicago the indictment does not say who the female was who got the fake ID but given the circumstances it is clear it was a lady who was just fifteen at the time I'm all squirrels Gabriel

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The rejected children of Yazidi women raped by their I-S captors

Correspondents Report

06:10 min | 1 year ago

The rejected children of Yazidi women raped by their I-S captors

"The ordeal of some women enslaved by the Islamic State Group didn't end with their freedom U._C._d.. Women raped by their captors have been told they can't bring their children home so they've had to leave them behind. A Middle East correspondent Adam Harvey visited an orphanage in northern Syria. That's trying to care for the youngest victims of I S. I'm sitting cross legged on flow cushions in the goals section of a Kurdish orphanage across the room sits a little. I'll go with curly black hair and Brown eyes. She's on the lap of the orphanages house mother the little go let's call her. Alya looks on as we talk. It gives me a shy smile when away at this place seems so normal caring adults curious kids a room full of bunk bunkbeds pile of tiny shoes by the door plastic tricycles whiting outside. It seems such contrast to the lives that these children did not so long ago go and the layers of misery the broad aaliyah here. Her mother was an isis slave who was captured along with thousands of other Yazidi. Women goals not far from he the Z._d.. Oils of war they were sold and raped and sold over and over again even as isis caliphate dwindled to a handful of villages along the Euphrates River <hes> the loss pace of ice territory was captured in March and the surviving. Z._D.'s and their children were freed but in April Yazidi elders Liz ruled the children of I._S. would not be allowed to leave in his eighty villages so the mothers of children like Alya born in the Calicut had an awful choice. I go home will surrender your children. Now's Muhammad is a psychologist working here as these eighty kids ride up to four years old the reason why the he is that these eighty community is not accepting them. It is very painful for the mothers to leave the children here after enroll their their mothers they come here. They put them down and then I go of course it is very painful but we always hope that one day they may come back to do they kids of there are four children of US eighty mothers in the goal section. The boys area has across a small playground. He there is sixteen sixteen children some born easy mothers and a couple of older orphans whose parents were both I._S.. Members all of them have been raised in a war zone. The speaker of the House article is took Bush. Sometimes they have problem sleeping sometimes when they see a black color they get skid. Now's Muhammed says some of the boys Have Emotional problems. Dana said has sometimes I try to beat their friends. They used to the violence. They were living in that environment now. We're doing this missed change their mentality. It's a real problem. That's why we try to deal with. The kids are cooperating with us. They see that we're trying to help them trying to help them deal with the the things they've passed through. If we say a twelve year old boy is not changing and making problems for other kids we will send him to a different center. We'll condescend to envision kind of like an Advanced Center for twelve year olds these cases who are not going to change Keyarena again. I'm laid out of the boys would assume we're going back to the goals to say goodbye but we moved to another building. We cross the road and opened the door and I'm I'm struck by a shop smell of urine and detergent. There are two rooms full of cots there twenty-one babies here ranging in age from about two to six months although it's hard to tell their exact Daij as some of the children seem small and hollow-cheeked now says they're unrecognizable now to the children who first arrived that was so malnourished when they lift I._S.. GNOME was sure if they'd In the middle of the day and all the children are in net costs is nice on of a playroom. It must be overwhelming for so few women to look after so many babies. Now's says it's difficult to find staff because of the shift work. Someone's going to stay with the children all night. A little boy cries put my hand on his chest. I and he quietens he stays back at me for a minute and then we leave more back to the Gulf section. US knows how she explains to the older two children what's happened to them. They must ask about their mother's Day Mahendran Muhammad. We tell them different stories. We say mothers who come to see them one day. We don't want to kill the hope to do something that will impact their psychology and ended innovation is actually it's a little vague with the children are actually up for adoption. Now says it's not up to her so far. None of these eighty children have gone out to Kurdish families. This is after all one of the poorest parts of the Middle East and the complications of bringing apart is eighty child into a Christian or Muslim. Family must be immense. We sit down again on the cushions. A couple of the older goals hand us. T- glasses of water and then there's a performance the little girl we met earlier. Alya sits with the bigger goals as I sing Kurdish Kurdish aid aw tough future for those kids Adam Harvey reporting from northeastern Syria.

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"aaliyah" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"aaliyah" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"I'm going to solve things out if you think that would have I mean this is probably just me projecting but maybe it's an age thing a maybe it's because of what happened with me too and stuff like land feminism in general but when I was twenty if someone had set that yeah but maybe you're crazy and like I'm different and like he would never lie to me me 'cause I got him in his eyes but like now I one hundred always trust the woman. It'd be like yeah okay. I'm going to dump the best yeah I think now having when you get older yeah twenty is definitely had been lying our Georgia's Jealous Yida you know you're just trying to ruin something. You're over something like that but now one hundred percents I'm like okay. There's no reason for you to contact me and I think then tell me these things. So why and I think especially when you've had a few things happen to you in friendships relationships wherever I think one of these things happen to you. You're more likely to listen to somebody else and be like okay. We've taken the time to tell me I mean I find it very hard to tell somebody something like that. Oh Yeah the art of them saying paying a who the urine say fuck you owe them being really hurt yeah. I'm so sad not been the person but I have fantasies about me when I was twenty and I met all these men who are really good at manipulating relate thing and like now I do have a girlfriend but she's crazy and we're going to break up very soon breakout with it because of a break up with their she'll kill us out like she's been you know I'm only with you because she slept with someone else and and she says she was horrible she broke my heart. Whatever on his excuses and then you are in love and you convince yourself that up? She's like a horrible human being anyway not redoing and I remember like meeting the girl whose boyfriend I was sleeping with and she was so nice and like I was just being like Oh oh oh no oh and I still have fantasies about. I follow him social media like in the same kind of industry. Searching now she's married to someone else. That's really happy. They have a dog and the House of a child and but I'm still like Oh. I don't know if I don't know if you knew I don't know if you know now I was she ever like I feel you've seen someone else and he was being insane. Would it help her. If I said hey we did of course I'm not going to do it because that will be up to her too but you know when you're just like Oh my God we will. We were both probably being being played aaliyah's each other who else who knows how many other people were involved in this being told them we're all in saying doesn't think he's very male thing to do. I don't think women yet 'cause we're battling. Sometimes as I'm not an angel made mistakes in the passenger flight that especially younger but then then I think part of especially when you're in early twenties wherever.

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What Is a Swedish Death Clean?

BrainStuff

06:57 min | 1 year ago

What Is a Swedish Death Clean?

"Today's episode is brought to you by Oregon. You know, when something goes wrong at home, and you just freak out, I have definitely had my moments especially when it comes to pests ants in the mirror. Nara, cockroaches hanging out around your bubble bath and uninvited rat, a your daughter's birthday party. Don't let pests ruin the moment, get an organ tech out to your house tomorrow. Bill, protect your time and your temper. Visit organ dot com slash brain to save fifty dollars on your first general pest service with the promo code pod. Fifty. That's P, O, D, five zero Orkan home is where the bugs aren't. Welcome to brain stuff. A production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Bogle bomb here, cleaning, the home of a loved one who has recently died or entered a nursing home is something most people dread, especially if they have no idea what to do with all the items. Their loved one has cumulated enter the Swedish death clean it may sound morbid, but it could actually lighten the burden of grieving loved ones popularized in the book, the gentle art of Swedish death cleaning by eighty something artists Margarita Magnusson Swedish death cleaning is basically decluttering in your later years. So that someone else doesn't have to do it for you madness own herself Swedish, but lived all over the world. Her book was an immediate sensation in Sweden and garnered series interest in the US. Once it was published here in two thousand eighteen in the book, Magnusson explains at the Swedes, call it, though, standing a combination of the words for death and cleaning, though. It's a relatively recent concept. We spoke by Email with an Charlotte, gavel Adams, professor emeritus of sweeter, studies at the university of Washington. She explained that the word isn't. Sted in any Swedish Academy dictionaries, and that she, I heard of the concept, ten years ago from a man in his seventies who clearing out his artworks and books, so that his sons wouldn't have to do it when he passed away. She said he's still alive, though. He used the word in a humorous tone. I think the Swedes or is uncomfortable, discussing death as Americans and of course, we're not alone in that according to a survey by the academy of Medical Sciences, in England, six out of ten people know little to nothing about those last hours of life. In fact, one third of participants declined to answer the questions leading researchers to surmise that they're uncomfortable or unwilling to talk about death. Even so the concept is clearly struck a nerve Boston-based, professional organizer Reeb. Becker added Swedish death cleaning to her list of services after reading magazines book. She said by Email, I've worked with so many relatives of people who never streamlined. Their belongings, only to leave a massive amount of stuff to the unfortunate next generation. Author and motivational speaker, BJ Gallagher has been on the receiving end of this accumulated stuff, not once or twice, but three times in the last eight years. One of those homes was her mother's residence where she lived for four decades Gallagher said by Email along the way, I decided I wanted to start liquidating my own estate before I become elderly and, or incapacitated, because I don't want my son to have the same headache dealing with my household at the end of my life. I decided that the greatest gift, I can give my son is the gift of no burden. So that's what I've been doing the past couple of years long before I ever heard the term Swedish death cleaning. First on the chopping block was her art clothes jewellery because they all have significant value aren't simple curbside donations. She said, I've used EBay and social media to sell these items with great success. I mean thirty thousand dollars last year selling my clothes, jewelry, and art, and it feels so great to lighten up and clear out space, my closets. And in the rooms of my house. Although it might seem like an awkward conversation to have the irony is that streamlining personal belongings? During those golden years, actually improves the quality of life. Beker said some people feel squeamish about the idea that they're essentially preparing their personal environment for their eventual death. But it makes so much sense. And once completed the person who chooses to do Swedish death cleaning could enjoy a simpler life surrounded only by the things they truly need or love. Still, it can be a difficult topic to broach with a loved one as no one wants to imply that grandma or mom has one foot in the grave. So if you think the person in question might be somewhat rightfully put off by the phrase death cleaning take a different approach. We also spoke by Email with Julie best Trie a Chattanooga, Tennessee based professional organizer. She said when people contact me about their parents wanting to suggest downsizing for them. I always encourage them to position it from the perspective of how old prove their parents lives now rather than their families or children's lives later accent. How a less cluttered environment means, there are fewer things to dust vacuum or make space to store, perhaps bench and a friend, whose parent had excess and fell breaking a hip and recuperating at home wasn't possible, because the cluttered spaces left little room to move about with a Walker. Once your loved ones are on board with a full house declutter you can offer to lend a hand on a gradual basis or use the services of a professional organizer. Then start slowly Beker said my client chooses the room that's bugging them the most we handle every item while the client makes decisions. And then we move onto the next room this process may sound time consuming, but we can often complete an entire room in two to four hours. Here are a few other tips for successful death cleaning from professional organizers, I dispose of anything that could be hurtful or embarrassing, I can say from personal experience cleaning out family members homes, that finding a loved one sex aids is awkward, then bring other friends or relatives in on the action. Ask them, what items of value, they want and write it down or note it in the will this will limit hurt feelings and fighting after your loved one is passed on. They may even decide to distribute the items before, passing and finally consider packing throwaway box items that can't be parted with four sentimental reasons, but that no one else will how to use for. When all of a sudden done few people are likely to feel that they've lost anything other than a cloud hanging over their head Beker, said, clients are always relieved to have thinned, the heard they actually feel a lightness that they may have never experienced before as I like to say it's only stuff. This episode was written by Aaliyah, white and produced by Tyler clang brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's, how stuff works for more on this, and lots of other neat topics. Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com and for more podcasts from iheart radio is iheartradio app, apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Hi, I'm Chelsea handler. And I'm launching a brand new podcast with iheartradio called life will be the death of me. And I'm gonna talk to all these different people, my BFF Mary McCormack. That's what we should call. My book tour the apology for great idea. Sorry. Everyone on this whole podcast should be called. It should be called with the orange because of the orange theme of the book Archie. Glad I went to therapy. Life will be the death of me with. Chelsea handler listening subscribe at apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Could Transplanted Organs Be Reused?

BrainStuff

05:48 min | 1 year ago

Could Transplanted Organs Be Reused?

"Today's episode of brain stuff is brought to you by AT and T. And it can wait. Eighty two percent of people admit to using their smartphone, while they're driving were all used to seeing it. But ninety three percent of people don't approve of distracted driving. We feel awkward speaking up about it, and it's time that changed because it's not worth the risk a text alike selfie. Whatever it is, when you're driving, it can wait. So the next time you see a friend, family member or other human using their phone while they're driving. No that it's okay to say something. Distracted driving's reckless take a pledge to end. Distracted driving at it can wait dot com. A message from AT and T. Welcome to brain stuff a production of I heart radio. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Vogel bomb here battle Melton auto new the trials of kidney disease, and dialysis better than most in two thousand fifteen after spending most of his life limited by disease. He received healthy kidney by way of transplant tragically only two years later. Mel DeNardo, died in a motor vehicle accident normally has death would have been the end of the road for the healthy donor kidney. But instead that kidney was re gifted to another patient in need. This was done, of course, with the permission of maldonado's family. His sister Linda said in a press release. We just thought they gave him that gift. Why not help another family? If we can the recipient was a seventy year old woman who had been on dialysis, for ten years and pronounced, the kidney, a blessing. Organ regifter is a pretty rare procedure. But the team that transplanted this kidney doctor, Jeffrey veal director of the UCLA can the exchange program and his team every transplanted three kidneys in less than a year when we spoke with him. Dr veal said that he sees potential for many more centers to jump on board with the practice. He said, it's a shame that we're discarding these kidneys. So why aren't more kidneys? We gifted Dr veal explained. The knee-jerk response is that once a kidney is transplanted. You don't Retransplant transplant it an added that some concerns arise over the damage that might happen to a kidney over two separate death events. But he points out some of these kidneys, endured multiple blood transfusions and other treatments. When the original donor died, he said, regifter is less of a shock than these terribly traumatic motor vehicle accidents. He notes the twenty to twenty five percent of people who get a kidney transplant die with a functioning kidney. That's a lot of potential donors and healthy organs, that save lives are in short supply. Although some patients might bulk it, receiving a secondhand kidney waiting for a new one can take on average three to five years, sometimes longer in April of two thousand eighteen more than ninety five thousand Americans were on a waiting list for a kidney, according to the United network for organ sharing the nonprofit that manages, the nation's organ transplant system, some twenty people die every day, waiting for an organ transplant and indefinite life on dialysis is far from ideal for people with diabetes, in particular, every year on dialysis sees a drop in life, expectancy and quality of life. Although the re gifting program is still in early stages. Veal reports that his recipients are all off of dialysis, with well-functioning kidneys. He said, we don't know the long term results. But it looks great initially. Not all donor kidneys can be successfully re gifted the same donation rules apply. As those of normal transplants, for example, a recipient who later dies of a disease like cancer would not be able to pass along the Oregon. However, a patient who experiences a fatal stroke accident could still be in possession of a re giftable kidney to allow for redistribution of previously, transplanted organs, some major changes would have to happen both within the transplant centers and likely the aforementioned United network for organ sharing currently programs. Assess the original donor to determine compatibility and viability of the Oregon in regifter cases. However, Dr veal says that they would instead need to review. The first transplant tease details by using records to virtually cross-match blood types and other details like medical history. This is no small feat in an industry Laden with important protocols to protect patients nonetheless, it's possible that regifter may be done to organs besides kidneys in the future. For example, the liver. Dr veal said these are often high quality organs from young donors who have tragically died in are often going to sicker patients on the wait list, who are often older and might have multiple medical issues. And so our risk of dying a few weeks or months later of a stroke or heart attack. Why not take that high quality, Oregon and help someone else out? One organ donor can save up to eight lives. But too often, this potential goes on realized, if you want to be an organ donor make your wishes known to your family and take time to register online. The site, DNV dot ORG has easy registration for him. Stays. Episode was written by Aaliyah, white and produced by Tyler playing brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's, how stuff works for more on this, and lots of other topics that keep on giving visit our home. Planet has works dot com and for more podcasts heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. 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"aaliyah" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"aaliyah" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Compilation and Philippe in sort of the career, which is now as you say the obscures described as different off into art at beta bit becalmed hadn't that the wool Kabila's pizza vows. Yeah. He I think he was regarded as a little bit of a relic. And then when he did reappear was with these extremely weird. I think we is good word records. But I don't actually think there was anything necessarily peculiar about his behavior. I think it was actually kind of Admiral I mean, obviously, he could have spent he's entire life pasta certain point being incredibly famous and being on TV and the radio all the time. But just decided he couldn't be bothered with. It's this. In in not not comparing the V two feats of making some mildly successful records and walking on the moon. But in that way, I I've always thought probably the most famous most impressive famous person. I can think of is Neil Armstrong who could've spent his entire life from nineteen sixty nine onwards being the most famous person in the world. And yet you wouldn't have known him if he'd sat next to him on the train judge in Aaliyah on Scott Walker. I didn't care about successful sales. And that really isn't what he lived for. And I think it's interesting comparing into a forget the Fraser us early. But some people call them the Stanley Kubrick of music, which I think is interesting I think he had only had great looks huge following sign on those wonderful pops with the Walker brothers. And then I think the problem in my perception anyway that started when he started writing songs for them. And I think he felt that the pressure of having to deliver at that point and went solo in his his solo material. He completely changed musical Solomon. I would compare him later pups bit to shock Brel. But a fantastic innovator. He changed John Simmons. I had a wonderful story about him the other night. I was asking Brian Eno. What he thought about Scott Walker, and he said that he felt he was one of the most influential musicians of his generation, I said, can you give me an example, sit up -solutely? He said I played night flight today Bowie when we lived together in Berlin. And he said, it was the song the electrician, and ultimately heard that song his voice changed. What do you need is voice changes? Suddenly it was much more mature. And he's an if you listened to the election, and you look at that sort of time sphere. And and look at Bowie in his work. You'll see that there is a definite maturing. A deepening of the voice, and he puts up -solutely down to too Scott. Walker the lyrics of Scott walk collected last year in a in a book on. Aspect to this not quite so much the kind of illusions to as pound that even even Ted Hughes the way that much as would use sound in late securities sound kind of brick lodge. He's lyrics intensely worked and really take a lot of work from the lessons point of view as well as if he's trying to break out of Rockin. Invent something new that had not previously existed. Always kind of changing Jonathan making making the listener think which I think is a wonderful thing. It's not, you know, it's by no definition, easy listening. Sean, you're fun. Did you ever go there on the full on art stuff? He wouldn't be surprised. No, the phone out stuff sister life just going around into into the playlist every single day. I like that as we're saying, it was the fact that he didn't seem to care for one week all popularity which is credibly rare. He wanted to do what he wanted to do and he was obviously bored by traditional verse chorus. I course and went to to make something sonically much more interesting radio full this week described him as having mental health problems corroborated that he's saying he say, no the most people because he went to needed what he wanted. I thought that was incredible. I think that comes from the fact that it really John's with our conceptions to quite fundamental level of what people are supposed to. When we see somebody scale, what is supposed to be a universal pillar of. Massively famous accessible and everyone thinks on great to actually get their decide..

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Deutsche Bank set to announce merger talks with Commerzbank: source

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Deutsche Bank set to announce merger talks with Commerzbank: source

"Has learned to Deutsche Bank and Commerce Bank are ready to announce they are talking about a merger this after the German government signaled it will allow job in cost cuts the boards of both companies are planning to meet separately. As a first step Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank declined to comment. Bloomberg has learned Aaliyah's S E is exploring the possibility of a combination of its asset management arm with deutchebanks DWA group. A source says it's early in the deliberations, and the talks might not go anywhere as we've been reporting the Arlington Virginia county board unanimously approved a twenty three million dollar incentive package for Amazon to build a headquarters facility in crystal city. The five zero vote yesterday was the final action granting local and state subsidies to Amazon as part of its much publicized plan to create at least twenty five thousand jobs over twelve years. Investors took heart from last week's gains that saw the S and P five hundred rise two point nine percent for

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R. Kelly denies sexual abuse allegations in explosive interview

KYW 24 Hour News

01:19 min | 1 year ago

R. Kelly denies sexual abuse allegations in explosive interview

"One singer R Kelly defending himself in an explosive interview. With Gayle king of CBS didn't do this stuff. This is not. Elliott was charged with aggravated criminal sexual abuse last month after the singer was accused of having sex with minors and operating a sex cult out of his own and emotional Kelly told king that the allegations levelled against him are lies and any rumors of him with underage girls are untrue. Have you ever had anyone under the age of seven? Oh. Never know. Kelly married. The late singer Aaliyah nine hundred ninety four when she was fifteen and he was twenty seven in two thousand eight of Chicago jury found Kelly not guilty on fourteen counts of child pornography and Kelly says his previous accusations belong in the past the past is relevant with you with underage girls. -solutely no us not why. Because for one I beat my case. When you beat you work. We can't double jeopardy me like that. You can't it's not fair. It's not fair to nobody. When you beat your case, you'd be one of the interview will air today on CBS this morning to part two tomorrow. And then on Friday, Gayle, king will sit down with two young women who are currently living with and dating

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"aaliyah" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"aaliyah" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Yes would have been nominated for best picture in nineteen eighty three or nineteen eighty eight or nine hundred ninety three you could put it out at any point in the last forty years. It would be exactly the same movie Mahela Aaliyah's, Donald Shirley is very good in this movie Viggo Mortensen is doing a very broad victory victory away. But it, but it felt it felt minor and Simple. sick. And Pat, and kind of this is a comforting movie if your view of race has not evolved at all in the last forty years, the more a white person. And you're a white person the more you read interviews with Donald Shirley's family, the clearer. It is that they didn't talk to any of them or find out any actual information about Donald Shirley or how he lived his life. The movie has a great big plot point that Donald Shirley is estranged from his family and hasn't talked to his family in ages and his family says that is completely untrue. He was close with his family talked to his family all the time. The movie does not care. There's a telling moment in the Golden Globes where Nick Villalonga accepts a Golden Globe. And says boy every time I see Linda Cartolini who plays his mother every time. I see Linda Cartolini in this movie. I just think that's my mother there on the screen, and I think that's for him. The point of the movie is this is a movie about my family. And it does not give a crap about Donald. Shirley, does not give a crap about his. Experiences at all it cares about this guy who became this guy's driver for a little while the movie establishes at one point that they call him Tony lip because he be S's all the time. And it takes his word as gospel and puts it up on the screen, and that's our story of how the races can work together because this racist learns this one guys. Alright it. Uneven. I gotta madder and madder. Ever since seeing this movie, I can tell you think on you know, what I say things like this is a movie for your parents. I you know, I have been accused of ageism and that's a fair cop. I get that. But for this particular film, I believe that in this country. There is a generational divide between those who believe that racism and prejudice are the exact same thing that there's no difference between them so they seek out stories of people, overcoming prejudice because prejudice is personal prejudice is individual. And you can't it can be combated. It can be defeated through personal contact so individual reconciliate individual reconciliation so stories about friendships across the races or good people taking a stand like the help those are just keyed into this is this is their view of what racism is small personal. And I will say I do think there are still plenty of people of all ages who believe that that's Stella pernicious idea this film posits that that is the answer to racism or as fairly himself said. During a speech finding common ground. That's what that's here's the other thing. The first thing that you see Tony one of the first things you see Tony lip do in. This movie is come home to his his house discovered that his wife has allowed to black men who are working on something around the house to have a glass of lemonade and Tony lip goes over. And because these two black men have drunk out of these glasses throws the glasses away that is vicious vile racism, and the idea that the way to look at this story is Donald Shirley. And this person who throws out drinking glasses from black men who worked at his house need to find common ground. Like why that is so bizarre to me, and it is such an offensive idea. I don't understand where that's coming from. I don't think the film ever justifies. Even like, I don't think the film ever explains how Tony lip even become someone from there. Who likes Donald Shirley or is willing to spend time with him in a car? Let alone the fact that he's a vile racist seems to kind of evaporate magically once. They are on the road. I think the move bad. It's boring. It's what way too long does not justify its existence..

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R. Kelly Had Sex with Underaged Aaliyah and Members of His Entourage Witnessed It, Claims Former Backup Singer

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

R. Kelly Had Sex with Underaged Aaliyah and Members of His Entourage Witnessed It, Claims Former Backup Singer

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"aaliyah" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"aaliyah" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And your money. It's common sense for your dollars and cents. Ally is with us in Saint George Utah Aaliyah, how are you? Good. They cover you better than I deserve. How can I help? Well, thank you for taking my call described the talking to me and my husband had been on your program for about a year and a half. And we paid off twenty seven thousand, but we we've been very like we live on less than rice and beans. We literally every single cent that we have. That's not our bills in groceries goes out towards dead. Good. What's your household? What's your household income? It's about thirty eight thousand. Wow, that's impressive. Yeah. You are living on nothing. Good. Yeah. Literally vocalist come from humble background. So we're not used to a lot. And where you live now. Hardly anything. So it hasn't been a big change for us. But my question for you today is. Because literally we put everything besides grocery money and gas money towards our debt things that come up, even my hygiene products or changing the oil in the car. Those things are like almost sound unforeseen to come out of our emergency fund that we put away everything else goes to that. Well. Do you have any on? The budget goes things that family typically should budget for or maybe somebody might you you and your wife you put in your budget because it seems like every time something like socks comes up. We have to take it off our -mergency from because we didn't plan for that in our budget. All of the things you've described are predictable. And so they're not emergencies, and they should be in the budget. Okay. Because here's what's happening. Okay. You're basically, you're still taking them out of your income because you take them out of the emergency phone than what do you do you build emergency fund backup, right? Yeah. So it's the same thing. You just ran it in one door back out, the others all, but if it if it had been in the budget, it just would have gone straight to the thing instead of run through the emergency fund. Because it's not an emergency. These are things that are predictable, and you know. That that's why we, you know, have the budget forms, and if you've got a copy of the total money makeover book. No, we we haven't had any of your book yet. 'cause okay, I'm gonna send you everything's okay. We'll send you one in the back of it or the forms the budget forms that we used only designed the everydollar app for the budget. Okay. But usually forms and just make copies of them are just you know, our use that similar system. But the whole thing is there are some items on there that'll keep that remind you you don't have to put something in every blank. But there's the blanks are down through there to remind you to go. Okay. That's coming. I know I've got to do that. So I might as well plan for it in the budget. Otherwise, it's going to come out of the emergency fund that I'm gonna put the emergency fund back, which is the same thing is having come out of my income. Anyway. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. And it, but he doesn't feel it feels a lot more in control because it is because you're actually planning for a known expense. That's coming up. And that's why we use the budget form to look at that. And go that's unknown expense that one I can do that. You don't have to put something in every blank. I don't think anybody about God's got enough money puts on in every blank, right? But. You've done a good job. But you're fooling yourself is word of mouth too because you're acting like you're not gonna do these things that you are going to do. And so you might as well plan for them. And there's nothing wrong with that. That's not doing something wrong. So hold on. I'll have Kelly pick up. We'll send you a copy of the book the total money makeover, which will help you put all of that together. Justin is with us in Cincinnati, Ohio. Hi, justin. How are you? Hi, dave. I'm doing fantastic. How about yourself better than I deserve. What's up? So first of all, I wanna thank you for everything. You do Andrew. I've recently started listening to all your ears all your videos, and I'm ready to take control of my life. I've been stupid and and and for the past several years and being impulse buying and all that stuff. So I've racked up a lot of debt over the years. And I've always had a really decent income. Just recently got a new job where I'm making about one hundred twenty five thousand a year way to go. Yeah. And and I'm excited, but I really wanna part. But the thing is is. I know you said that do debt from largest or I'm sorry, the largest, correct? I do have a all kinds of different kinds of debt. So I have some payday loans. I wanna get paid off which are kind of recent up until recently, I've been you know. Today. I'm being smart. So I also have some off credit card debt student loan. Yeah. And then a car note and everything so I'm just trying to figure out what is that still apply? Like, I wanna make sure I don't have any type of wage garnishments or anything like that. Because there is a on one of the old credit card debts, and I just wanna make sure I'm I I get it. Right. Order and everything. Making things worse with an expense or anything like that? Especially with my income. They would destroy me. They wouldn't destroy you. But they get their money pretty quick. So what are you on the credit card though in bed? About four thousand and what are you on the payday lenders? There's about four of them about say. I'd say three thousand and the. How old long ago did you pay on the credit card? How long does it been bad? I'd say since two thousand fifteen so about three years, you're not gonna get a surprise garnishment on that. So don't worry about it. Okay. And then they actually sued you. I they have and there's like a judgment. And I believe there's also an old car note that we when I was married, divorced. I'm a single father of three kids. Outstanding re repossession deficit was repossessing deficit. I ended up I took over in Bs divorce. That one has been, you know, judgment and everything issued, but I just want to make sure that they don't. You know, at this point, they could garnish if they wanted to do so I wanna make sure prevent that. So that's why I'm trying to think, you know. Yeah. They're not if they've been sitting on the judgment for six months or a year, they're not likely to just suddenly start garnish. They usually will go right to execution if they're going to. So you're probably fine. Those are probably just old bad debt sitting there. So not counting those too old bad debts and the in not counting the. The payday lender. How much other debt have you got? I have my my vehicle my primary vehicle, which I have negative equity. How much?.

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'Oldest Intact Shipwreck Known To Mankind' Found In Depths Of Black Sea

Leland Conway

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

'Oldest Intact Shipwreck Known To Mankind' Found In Depths Of Black Sea

"Overseas. British archaeologists have found what they believed to be the world's oldest intact shipwreck at the bottom of the Black Sea. Vicki Barker has more the seventy five foot ship was found more than a mile deep some fifty miles offshore. It's believed to be a Greek trading vessel carbon dating puts it at twenty four hundred years old archaeologist Helen, far we have bits shipwreck which Aaliyah, but this one really looks intact. The mast of the rudder are still in place. And so are the rowing benches. A treasure trove for archaeologists and for history buffs who can reflect that this show. Ship was sailing. The Black

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"aaliyah" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

Scummy Mummies

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"aaliyah" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

"They. This scummy mummies. Hello and welcome to the scummy mommy's port card. Just me, Helen. Saw me any Gibson and guess what? Ellie. We've got a guest, no way her name's Emma burn halo h-a-l-o Emma. Why don't you introduce yourself all you burn? I am the author of swearing good view. A scientific look. Bad language talking. Yes, fucking hell. You can come on Dr. Fuck that you can call, please don't fuck. I work no word of a lie. I work with the woman. He's named Dr rock song danger. I shit you not Dr danger and it's such an excellent lane. Exxon, a dangerous like a bond girl. She's bloody awesome. She's another so whereby they only researches and she is just she's who I want to be when I grow up. Can you just expand for the unlearn listener, Will a oy. decide it. Offficial intelligence or film was will Smith's depending on. Okay. Gland weekly, that great or and you're also a mother. I am a extremely scummy excellent way way. You're in the right place then. So you've written a book about swearing your scientists, your mother, so let let's start with the mother who Chattan and work our way through your myriad of experience and skills. So tell us about your family I up. Yeah. So we are quite exciting house. We've just had to buy a bigger car. We have three hulls, two kids to cancel the. We didn't take cats anyway, this self, my husband not ex- mate, and my housemates also Hughes four and my daughter who's tape my daughter's going through that delightful topless stage where things feelings get bit big most. She doesn't have the words for the yet, so she will throw things or herself or punches or tantrums. And I cannot wait for the day that she can tell me to go fuck myself. Just get so much easier though. She does have a wake kid side. I right now math. She will stare at me like this. Oh, go designed on to you. But yeah, housemates daughter is four and she's gone through potty training, and it's now pretty much consonant consonant than I am anyway. And she discovered that the words and bum have certain amount of power particularly times. So she is just developing her own initial swearing lexicon, which these fucking. They stay in that. Poof, as my say from about four to eleven five tacky and the next out on the real swear. So you read you're in first you're in for trip. Now I'm gonna ask you the question, which I probably know already, I swear mum. Yes. Fucking excellent. Excellent. I kind of feel like he finally pretend to my daughter that swearing doesn't exist. Cup of things are gonna happen. I of she's going to her swearing. Chimpanzees swearing. So there's no way he wants monkeys through swear Aaliyah coaches, three in. Right. Barsha trouble. Was working up to that shrimp. Sorry, wearing bunk. Let's go fuck you to chimpanzees when you foster them into a home to teach them language, two types of teaching language ship lease project name, which had film it in this really famous. They sat in a lab and they made him do these very, very structured thing guys in white kites goings do the fine for. Syncopation to the sign for anti just establishmentarian ISM and you'll get at treatments you could experiment because that's not how just dismissing Zell's entire life what they may, but it's not how we teach kids language, teach them living with arguing with them. They learn very quickly, say being mummy of you do this with chimpanzees. But in order to do that, you have to take them into your home treating like a member of the family. And if you do that, you have to train them because they are smelly bastards in the wild. I mean, they will throw their crap around. Well, we in the patriot tips celebrity. Really. So you teach you potty train them, internalize this tabu about feces, which is riffing from keeping the place clean. But for example, things like if they call out by accident, the lie about it or threaten about Bill, trying to inscribe fifty baton masters. But as soon as they do the sign that they use everything to do, we're going to the toilet which is thirty. They start using that in the same ways we use shit. So someone do what they want to do. They'll say him, Roger with the researcher in charge of this portrait. Orchard daddy, Desi, Roger. They literally grow up shits..

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Elon Musk Apologizes for Calling Thai Cave Rescuer a Pedophile

On Air with Doug, Jen and Victoria

01:35 min | 2 years ago

Elon Musk Apologizes for Calling Thai Cave Rescuer a Pedophile

"Soda at city restaurants if an accompanying adult orders, the drink, for them consumer groups Baltimore is now the biggest US city and the first on the east coast to pass this kind of major corresponded Dennis Crowley California. Cities and Lafayette Colorado. Heaven acted similar ordinances Philadelphia's tax on soda and other sweetened drinks. Was upheld on Wednesday when the state's highest court rejected a challenge by merchants in the beverage industry springboard, ruled the one point, five percent per. Outs Levy is legal this. Is townhall dot com Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has, apologized for calling a British diver involved in Thailand a cave rescue a pedophile musk. Says his words were spoken in, anger after Unsworth in a TV into had achieved the tesla. Founder and SpaceX engineers of orchestrating appeared, stunned by sending a. Small submarine to help divers rescue the child ties soccer players and their coach from. A flooded cave Musk's Sunday tweet later deleted. Sent investors away from Tesla's stock which fell nearly, three percent, Monday but recovered four point one percent on Tuesday Unser told CNN Aaliyah this week that he was considering legal action I'm Zaria shackling draw boys soccer coach. Who were rescued from. The flooded cave and northern Thailand have recounted the drama of their. Ordeal to reporters when British divers found him one of the boys recalled they did not think it was, real more of these, stories at townhall. Dot com I'm.

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"aaliyah" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"aaliyah" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Summer camps jewish summer camps have some of the great great records of inspiring a jewish future for for many many of the participants in fact if you take a look today you'll see that many of the you'll see that many of the great community leaders today came out of summer camps and you know what they were inspired to do and what they were inspired to be part of while they were in a summer camp setting so what will hope to see is that they're just doing great things we'll hear about all of the stories but there is another great story that's coming out of one of the brody kids that's not going to camp only one out of six is not going and this is maybe the best story of the week certainly from me it's the highlight of my week and i will and can't wait to be part of a celebration that for you ladies and gentlemen is taking place tomorrow staking place on monday for me that's three days from now but you're talking about a celebration that's going to be taking place at jfk at the airport taking place in new york and that is the flight that avi guile is about to depart on that's going to be her aaliyah flight we spent the week making sure all the paperwork was set up that everything was filled out correctly we had to go down to the consulate in miami there's really consulate and that alone is a whole experience just thinking about you know you've been to miami before it's not easy to drive from boca to miami downtown miami you got all the buildings and this traffic and everything we're not necessarily used to up in boca but especially when you get to the building you say okay well let's on the floor is just on the eighteenth floor ready you get a good sign feel like it's a lucky number because go in the elevator and all these other people walking directly from the outside into the lobby into the elevators you know you push the button go up that's not the way it works with these really consulate you gotta wait downstairs the guy at the front desk you know that doesn't really do much has to call up he says you wait right here and then you're not even sure if he knows what he's talking about because it sounds strange why does everyone else gets go up in elevators told the other floors and all the other officers that we've got a week down there sure enough a minute later he responds by saying they sets an elevator down for you go take elevator number one number two so you along with one or two other people you get into the elevator say oh now it's time for me to go and let me just press some of the buttons well you don't have to press the because it's automatic they send you right up to the eighteenth floor and when you get there you can't just walk in there's like three security rooms that you have to bypass just to get into the main main offices we meet with one of the professionals handing handling in this case have you gals lyod location so we're so happy to say that the jewish agency sent her a letter i love this you know we do so much to try and help out the jewish agency and support the jewish agency for israel here locally jaffe is the recipient of our federation dollars throughout south florida so nice to see where they're actually helping you out and there's no greater letter that you could receive that from the agency saying all the application was reviewed the entire application was looked at we want to let you know that she has now been recommended for so there's a whole bunch of other papers has to bring with her honor flight when she gets to israel they'll take a look at our visa that was now stamped into her passport sure should be issued a new passport from israel and we'll find out how that journey begins where she starts her garrincha sobar program which is a pre army program including an intensive old pot say.

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"aaliyah" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"aaliyah" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Read my my true secrets i'm i feel like they're interesting and i feel like i wanna share them with people because i feel like this is what i have to give i don't have that much to give on many spectrums but if you wanna talk about the desire to be intimate with someone at the same time have your own space and how to figure that out i've dedicated my life to that with my brother and my wife and my children my parents i mean for god's sakes my brother and my parents we all live within three miles of each other and we get together every sunday at my mom's for my mom and dad's for for you know dinner and our kids play together like we are going for it and and so i do feel like with this book you know i feel confident to say like all right the things i wrote in here i feel like i'm gonna i'm gonna thority on this stuff i know this there's also an interesting bit of what do you want to call it self awareness i'm hovering around the right word and the new movie duck butter miguel peta directed for from a script he wrote with its star aaliyah shaukat and at the beginning of the film you guys play yourself yep having hired a elliott to to be the leading lady yeah in this movie and it's not working how yep it was miguel i really i really loved the idea i said would you guys come compla yourselves in this that have been trying to figure out a scene where we can we can put the lead character alliott in this situation where she's not self aware you know and she and he's like you guys are the most aware people on the planet i know of it doesn't environments let's just put you in it and just do it and there was no script for that and we improvised it and we shot it right downstairs in this house in our offices you know and it was a blast you know i think that there's a a playfulness to that movie and us wanting to do.

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Lyme Disease Is On The Rise Again

Morning Edition

01:49 min | 2 years ago

Lyme Disease Is On The Rise Again

"The risk of lyme disease once found mainly in new england lime disease is now being reported in a much wider range of the us npr's alison aubrey reports that cases have more than doubled over the last decade now there's an estimated three hundred thousand sicknesses a year lime disease was once unheard of in western pennsylvania where barbara thorn spent time as a kid so she was completely surprised by what happened to her after july fourth visit there a few years back about eight to nine days after that fourth of july weekend i noticed a roundish red rash on my back just above my waistline and it expanded each day so it made me suspicious and i was also feeling sick with exhaustion and aquinas her primary care doctor diagnosed her with mime disease prescribed her antibiotics and she did get better now thorne is an entomologist by training so she knows she must have been bitten by a black legged tick when these ticks are infected with the bacteria called for aaliyah or door fry they can transmit lyme to people and what she realizes now is that sheep in new lyme hotspot lime disease is on the move it's range continues to expand fairly quickly so we all need be aware the cdc estimates the number of infections each year is ten times higher than the reported cases one reason is that some people who get infected don't know it the nymphs or the young ticks that transmit most of the infections are teeny tiny no bigger than a pinhead or poppy seed and nearly weightless so it's super easy to miss a tick bite and symptoms of lyme overlap with other common illnesses paul fiedler is a physician and chair of the department of pathology at western connecticut health network he says even when people do suspect line there are shortcomings in the waves diagnosed many of the tests for.

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"aaliyah" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"aaliyah" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"He did it in such a way that he survived he didn't hit anybody and in killing when he actually was no trouble over a populated area and got himself to that so he did absolutely everything correctly he just had a urging problem in our member with the big bopper plane lands safely i don't i think they they bad weather and small plane they weren't putt they weren't flying you know there's a number of people singer a singer aaliyah that they've too much stuff in the plane yep physics is a very harsh it to you can't negotiate is not negotiate take we're at leitl that's right a pitcher for the yankees fluids plane tendulkar building of course i was with rko at the time when we were like oh it's it's nine eleven again so i really had been was like oh wait a minute argue anke great guys we own this one again thurman munson in the '70s trying to fly a private jet his final ruling things line it well not successfully dead so but a flying part he had at leading party not right so yes it's a i mean i i have friends that are highly caught fiske was not involved amount none of those fighting adjustments they just saw him at the airport just took off and something we're happy happen of course the really famous when this area dino know john f kennedy jr in an and it was i in front of the pilot he told me the story about this that basically he really wasn't rated to fly in as conditions wasn't stormy but it was hayes and he could not seeing the horizon rightly didn't wanna fly but a certain somebody wouldn't there was leave him alone there we live seconds and so there's some hate her i am teknor up right well and he wasn't rated the do it he adds he wasn't completely instrument raided an he couldn't see whether his level or not he did not a reinstatement sneak got into a key role that he can recover from and that was that was terrible hours off he was like the and the most non jerky candidate imagine all those eventual liberal as women everett seinfeld episodes of hud that people wanted a no date him in mariam and imagine if you if you did that you died in india had been interned of being guetta a lot is that you know so well it so that's.

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"aaliyah" Discussed on Thompson & Trudell

Thompson & Trudell

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"aaliyah" Discussed on Thompson & Trudell

"Is this where it ends is this word aaliyah otherwise it is other as any other punishment they would assess up so that's two hundred forty character limit lakers for ilke i think it's i think that's it again hopefully that's the end of i mean the lakers not that they want to give up five hundred griele they will in the grand scheme of course there are absolutely going to be okay with that pietas the alternative would be really bad he's time remarked up all right the time they sir all right michael on the website vulture its pop culture website just did a ranking of the best to worst rolling stone songs and they they went through their entire catalogue of three hundred seventy four songs by the way the worst one according to vulture is sing this altogether see what happens from their satanic majesty's request there sergeant pepper be album i'm gonna give you three strikes threestrikes k c of you can come up with their top ten ta throwing said officers according to vaulter i am of success but i know you arms i know you can't get enough a market of i do a quick so i'm going to guess n and no particular noticeably colder okay a tomlin dice and what it's got a strike already y'all strike already sympathy for the devil that would be number four live i'm sorry five okay a satisfaction that would be a that would be the number eight jump in jack flash.

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