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"abassi" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

04:59 min | Last month

"abassi" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"Welcome back to another episode of a deysi woman. Podcast i am your host sonia. Go klay and the voices. I am seeking may have never been heard before but their stories deserve to be told. What is they see woman. She's the dynamic fearless and strong woman. She is your mother your grandmother your daughter your sister. She is every one of us. Who's on an endless pursuit of self empowerment and fulfillment. I am stone. Iago klay. And i am a deysi woman. Hello and welcome to another edition of abassi woman. Podcast i am your host sonia. Go play and today. We are delighted to be joined by ashwani jane. Aschner jane is seeking the democratic nomination.

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"abassi" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

01:48 min | 2 months ago

"abassi" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Similar to your approach. Yeah definitely chimes. I think you know that from that book. I took the idea that you should manage energy not time with talking in slightly different language but it comes to the same idea. Tell him as he began by saying. Is this incredibly. Well you began by saying we will have an equal amounts of it absolutely true on a daily level. It's just it's incredibly strange thing right. We manage time like you can't touch it you come store it up for lakes you can't put it aside. It doesn't obey the rules that money obeys or the Physical possessions abassi. You never really have time in the way that you might have one hundred dollars have a car and so actually tweeting sort of control. It is really a fool's errand. That's why i think the way to the way to proceed instead. It's just accept that it is what it is but it's limited that you know when you gonna run out etc etc and from that basis of acceptance. That's when you can then say well. Okay i've got these hours. I don't have a thousand dollars today. I have twenty four. And i should be sleeping with a ton of the money with a you know some portion of anyway so okay. What's the most important thing for me to do at that time. And it's so clarifying because you then get to the end of the day knowing that you did some things that you really care about instead of kind of frittering away your attention over three hundred things. Many what you didn't come out and by the way you wouldn't made much progress on them anyway. 'cause you you would have spread yourself too thin. Oliver berkman is our guests. We're not really talking about time management. we're talking about prioritization of your time.

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"abassi" Discussed on The Ringer-Verse

The Ringer-Verse

05:39 min | 4 months ago

"abassi" Discussed on The Ringer-Verse

"Them. He tricks them with the full spiner because he paints a picture so terrifying knows emotional. They'll go the other but anyone who's ever looked at any dictator saddam hussein assad in syria. This is what they always say like. You know without me. They'll be kale since the ability. That i would say that actually does the nuance to building. Something different he knows nothing else is going to happen and actually he's a bit like have you watched like mike carey's lucifer graphic the graphic no. I've read comics. Haven't read his book so the lucifer the gruff novel that he brought us comments abassi like lucifer wants to meet. Hello yeah very similar to like this character like he remains because he's created this whole world but it bores him because he wants to experience something fresh and new kangol remains in. This wants to experience. Free will right but still wants to retain control is why he gives the binary choice. He wants the free willy fritsch choices that he gives are the choices to allow himself to be set free. He says that basically either on the tv. Let me call for do my thing or you leave me in charge. But there's other choices right now. He gives us choices because he doesn't want them to embrace anything else because dot could diminish his power in an unknown world or realm right. He knows he knows his other options out there. But candidates his power or diminishes. Freedom doesn't want to maintain them which is why loki location localization of vital dots gonna come back to be the most important five seconds of the face for locus hesitation. Because when loki gets to to the tv or the other version of it. He knows what they've done. So let's dig into that. Because i think a big theme this entire series has been free. Well not who gets to take it away. Who gets to wield it. Should it be for everyone when loki when they pluck loki out of new york. He's only a couple of hours removed from trying to enslave the entire world and thinking that free will is chaos. And i think the thing that rivonia says when she's like only one person gets free will the one in charge. Speak so much to like everything that this series has been trying to grapple with because we go from loki transitioning from new york to realizing fighting for free well for fighting for the people in the tv to know about what's happened to them and he wants even in that moment when sylvie when he's fighting what is actually fighting for her is for hurts like actually make a choice with all of the information that she has not one. That's purely based on emotion. He's like. Let's take some time. Because i think i say this to everyone. I think the one of the most precious commodities that we have is time and often the time to make decisions because when tragedy strikes. We feel like we don't have time. Everything happened so so so fast. We have to make so many snap decisions. People don't realize in life so much what people really need more of the time and that's the thing that loki is trying to give silvia in that moment like let's just have time to figure out what we can do. But she can't think pastor tragedy passer trauma pass her life all she wants. Is this one thing. And i think that's such a beautiful thing of free will of like lucky is about free will but it's also about what what free will.

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"abassi" Discussed on The Ringer-Verse

The Ringer-Verse

05:39 min | 4 months ago

"abassi" Discussed on The Ringer-Verse

"Them. He tricks them with the full spiner because he paints a picture so terrifying knows their emotional. They'll go the other but anyone who's ever looked at any dictator saddam hussein assad in syria. This is what they always say like. You know without me. They'll be kale since the ability. That i would say that actually does the nuance to building. Something different he knows nothing else is going to happen and actually he's a bit like have you watched like mike carey's lucifer graphic. The graphic comics habit read his book so the lucifer the gruff novel that he brought us comments abassi like lucifer wants to meet. Hello yeah very similar to like this character like he remains because he's created this whole world but it bores him because he wants to experience something fresh and new kangol remains in. This wants to experience. Free will right but still wants to retain control is why he gives the binary choice. He wants the free willy fritsch choices that he gives are the choices to allow himself to be set free. He says that basically. I the run the tv. Let me call for do my thing or you leave me in charge but as other choices right now. He gives us choices because he doesn't want them to embrace anything else because dot could diminish his power in an unknown world or realm right. He knows he knows his other options out there. But candidates his power or diminishes. Freedom doesn't want to maintain them which is why loki location localization of vital dots gonna come back to be the most important five seconds of the face for locus hesitation. Because when loki gets to to the tv or the other version of it. He knows what they've done. So let's dig into that. Because i think a big theme this entire series has been free. Well not who gets to take it away. Who gets to wield it. Should it be for everyone when loki when they pluck loki out of new york. He's only a couple of hours removed from trying to enslave the entire world and thinking that free will is chaos. And i think the thing that rivonia says when she's like only one person gets free will the one in charge. Speak so much to like everything that this series has been trying to grapple with because we go from loki transitioning from new york to realizing fighting for well for fighting for the people in the tv to know about what's happened to them and he wants even in that moment when sylvie when he's fighting what is actually fighting for her is for hurts to like actually make a choice with all of the information that she has not one. That's purely based on emotion. He's like. Let's take some time. Because i think i say this to everyone. I think the one of the most precious commodities that we have is time and often the time to make decisions because when tragedy strikes. We feel like we don't have time. Everything happened so so so fast. We have to make so many snap decisions. People don't realize in life so much what people really need more of the time and that's the thing that loki is trying to give silvia in that moment like let's just have time to figure out what we can do. But she can't think pastor tragedy passer trauma pass her life all she wants. Is this one thing. And i think that's such a beautiful thing of free will of like is about free will but it's also about what what free will.

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"abassi" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

07:05 min | 4 months ago

"abassi" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"abassi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:50 min | 5 months ago

"abassi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Benjamin Netanyahu's 12 Year run in power ended this week as Israel's parliament voted in a coalition with Naftali Bennett as prime minister. For what this means for Israel. Going forward. We spoke with Jonathan Schanzer, senior vice president for the foundation for Defense of Democracies. You've got now a very motley crew of Israeli politicians that banded together. They will really not agree on much, So I think they're going to hold together for as long as they can. But I think Netanyahu likely sees a possibility in the coming weeks or months to try to disrupt the coalition. Break it apart and make another bid for another election. Can they agree on things like the economy? I don't think they've had a budget for a while. Now, have they know they have it and I think that's probably one area will see some progress. And actually, some of the participants in this new coalition are going to be important New voices. There's cigar by the name of Monsoor Abassi, representing Arab Party. It's the first time in an Arab party has actually agreed to join an Israeli governing coalition and this will secure additional finance. For the Arab sector of Israel. I think that will be very important, so you'll see some domestic progress on the foreign policy front. I think it's likely they're just going to hold the line. The current prime minister Naftali Bennett, is a right wing politician agrees with The vast majority of Netanyahu's former policies, and so he'll be opposed to the Iran nuclear deal will probably be less than excited to enter into negotiations with the Palestinian Authority. About two state solution issues, So I think you're probably going to see things to sort of hold steady while they begin to focus on things at home. The only thing that I'll just stay here is, of course, every time an Israeli government tries to focus on things at home, that's usually when things erupt abroad. And I would expect there to be some bumpy road ahead well, and none of us None of us wishes any more strife in that area of the world at all at the same time to put it most pointed way is this coalition gonna survive the first Rock? I think it's fired from Gaza into Israel. Well, that's actually I think probably the most important question to ask because you have the wrong party headed by months, or Abbas. He may be opposed to Israel, striking back at Hamas rocket You also have the participation of the very left wing pro peace Meretz party, which also could have problems. Uh, with an Israeli operation. You know, look that said, if you know future conflicts are short in duration, much like the last one was, which was only 11 days. It's possible that the Israeli government could survive it. But certainly I think that could be where some of the greatest differences of opinion could emerge. Could this coalition government have a different relationship with President Biden? I'm not saying the U. S government because goodness knows President Trump was very close with BB Netanyahu by all appearances, But I did notice that it took a while for B. B. Netanyahu and President Biden to talk after inauguration and by all reports, President Biden called Mr Naftali right away. Yeah, That's right. I mean, look. Part of the problem with with Biden in Netanyahu is that Netanyahu was the interim prime minister and it was in the middle of an election cycle. And it was a bit awkward for the president to call. Uh, Netanyahu when he was not the recognised prime minister. He was standing up for election in March, and it didn't want to look As if the United States was, you know, putting its fingers on the scale, so to speak, and didn't want to give Netanyahu will boost. There's also, of course, the history of these two men, and they had squared off before during the Obama years. In particular over the Iran nuclear deal, which the United States may be heading back into. The Israelis oppose that vehemently. But I do think that it's fair to say that the White House is probably welcoming a change at the top that there is an opportunity to reset relations. The only caveat that I would probably point out here is that then it will be no more warm to the idea of the Iran nuclear deal, And it could be that within a week or two. If the United States enters back into that deal, you have a new critic in Jerusalem, who will have just as A serving of rhetoric as Netanyahu. I noticed that Mr Netanyahu on his way out the door gave a very I would say inflammatory speech, likening the United States failing to do something Iran to FDR failing to bomb the railroads around Auschwitz. Do we expect this new coalition to be as adamant about Iran? And how is that going to sit with Mr Biden? Mr. Biden does apparently want to get a new deal with Iran. Yeah, he does, And and it's not sitting well in Israel to to put it mildly. Look, I think that one of the reasons why Netanyahu was able to stay honest prime Minister for 12 years and why he commanded so much respect inside the Israeli system is that he did take a very principled stand on the Iran nuclear deal. Most Israelis think it's a bad idea. Of course, Iran has vowed to destroy Israel on multiple occasions. And the idea of giving that regime tens or even hundreds of billions of dollars would probably not bode well for Israel, short term or long term, So the Israelis are very alarmed by this, and it's for that reason that they will oppose it. It will be safe for for Bennett to oppose it as well, thanks to Jonathan Schanzer Foundation for Defense of Democracies coming up one of President Clinton's transportation secretaries explains what the United States needs to do for infrastructure. That's next. You're listening to balance the power on Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg. Jay Farner here, CEO of Rocket mortgage.

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"abassi" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

01:39 min | 6 months ago

"abassi" Discussed on Ringer FC

"I've got a new attitude with this thing going. Actually i call it the new principal so whenever new kit comes out and it's really funky and fancy at my instant response. I don't her. But then i think to myself listened. Design is not. It's going to look on athletes. They know the doing trust them. Before you judge it then you see the kale on the pitch and actually really good and took through towards the england line-up by sort okay. A lot of people like this is terrible. Why science missing for the matchday squad says and i get it i get it. I'm not even touching the reaction because the natural visceral reaction hissing cratia cratia to me. Abassi round madrid. Why i is see. Real madrid. basically are a shadow of their former selves. But it extremely dangerous. If you had taken seriously yes england abassi atalanta. Ooh this game. If if south goes for less safety and midfield this becomes what happened to atlanta against real madrid in the champions league where you leave the midfield. The middle bit thin crucial point. I'm broza vich. kovic and mander moderate merger. Walk all over the midfields walk all over it and the second i saw that lineup. I think tweeted southgate is taking creches midfield very seriously and that is everything i sold out. I thought to myself. I really like this because it is sensible and i said there's an alternate reality moderates walks over wembley and southgate thought by that is not going to happen and the genius of that base them at base philipson. I thought missile listened philipson wiser playing together. Because he's seen that working. Well unprotected back four. And i thought i loved that defense midfield to protecting the back for the centrebacks. This is going to be a good. Look i love to do. Is you happened. Madras.

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Selling Dead People's Things

Walking the Shadowlands

05:35 min | 1 year ago

Selling Dead People's Things

"Thank you very much for joining us today. Guede off been really looking forward to our conversation. I read your book selling dead. People's things selling did people's i. reachable. End i absolutely loved it. I loved and i could really relate to a lot of what you head to save so the hips. We could start by giving us a little bit of background on how you go into. The area of dealing with seeking hand will proved loved items. Sure sure your at. When i was thirty i head up paralegal company and we just typing typing and i had said it wasn't happy i just i i simply was unhappy and on the side i would. I would go to us. Sales and thrift stores like a lot of people do resale shops. And that's all decorated my apartment. I wouldn't buy anything new if i could buy food. I would hope everything was used vintage stores that really just to look at things. I didn't really have a whole lot of money But i just loved that. I would do that on the weekends. I just realized i was so unhappy. Doing what i was doing So i used to store an a big antique store in chicago as just as a customer and and shop and The woman who was the owner's wife was a bit of a very sweet. But a bit of a chatty kathy and and we just kind of became friends of just Jesse what i would do. When i sit out legal and i and i ride advertising copy for businesses and the one time i came in and she said oh you know would you. Would you try to help us advertise and promote the store. And i thought well gee that would be kinda cool. Because it's things. I am interested in and then she says i don't have. We don't have any money but we'll give you a space in the store to sell your fakes again. I don't know what i'm doing. Clueless really. I'm that end of it. So then had you know stuff and then a place to sell it but really not any now which of doing. And they gave me this little booth in the basement And that's how i actually started professionally Selling to the public so you could start any lower level than the bottom of the stairs at abassi end. You obviously are concede the screen behind. You looks very Ticklish i look back i me too. I live in the city with the end ended. A nightmare was destroyed by massive quake in the cities in they revolted totally will almost totally not drinker style. Wow what's the name of the city. Napier museums it check data manipur yep is a a random of sterling silver is debut as well so i'll remember this only. The screen was from a pool house. people had an indoor pool and with screen by go behind it. Get into your bathing suit. So right i have to. I know and also yeah i stick right away when you came up on screen he a. I actually noticed it before. What does that it its shape. It's fabulous so you got into you. Say you started. Sending you pre loved is comes in a kind of leap from the yeah. Yeah and it was. I mean i was selling of fifties things you know if things in the nineteen fifties so end this is all nineteen eighty-eight out nineteen eighty eight and then they They people own the store and there were like a hundred dealers who had rented space. But you know this was my bill. And then i became the basically the assistant manager there. So he's able to learn. Learn a lot like just very quickly And then they It said oh you know there's a guy who wants to have a space here. He is wisconsin so he couldn't take care of a booth he could. He's got the merchandise but he couldn't he couldn't do the retail end of it and so they introduced us and that was my business partner jets which i write about in the book so that was just. We were the perfect pair for this. And then we just kinda win crazy for like a couple years very short amount of time which means it meaning that whenever we had time we would run around really most of the mid and chicago all surrounding states illinois so Indiana and kentucky was wisconsin of course an iowa all the surrounding middle states. And just bring all this stuff to chicago in down into that basement and then we got them. We started actually renting space from these owners. So we just got bigger and bigger and bigger so. We had one third of the basement. amendment place went out of business. Which was another whole experience. I write about getting the book. What it's like you what it's like to fail you learn more in life from the things. Don't go well and things to do. That's actually you do in learning experiences on a yup. I mean when you're in the good times you go like hey that's great. You know feeling lucky but when you need to turn it all around. That's the challenge and

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"abassi" Discussed on Geek Freaks

Geek Freaks

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"abassi" Discussed on Geek Freaks

"And we'll go to a GIG FREAKS IM frank and I'm joined by Scott a moderator from our discord Scott. I'm doing good doing good We're doing a special crossover episode with straight up a `NIGMA podcast going to be having a spooky gaming story for you guys they're going to have one right after this gets to hear some new podcast. People. Scott. Are you familiar with hero Brian from minecraft? Yes, sure I mean I have A. I remember. Back. When we were really playing my heart was still fairly new. You know it was just like interesting little internet thing going around on, read it stop. Little. Little little secretive. It was Kinda hard to actually find information on it, but it was out there. Yeah. So for those who are unfamiliar. Hero Bryant is a non playable minecraft ineffective world like a player other primary question everybody always has his hair O'Brien real does he exist? there's been endless citing stories and youtube videos claiming they have proof. And he's watching us the entire time. So what we're GONNA, do. Scott I'm going to go ahead and read probably the most famous Reddit user post. It's a bit of a long story. and. Then we're going to discuss it as we go go paragraph-by-paragraph and discuss it will have some wrap up. This is from they'd don't it. It's spread out so much creepy story. So here go. I had recently spawned a new world in single player minecraft. Everything was normal efforts as I began chopping down trees and crafting a workbench I noticed something move amongst the dense fog. I had very low pewter settings so I play with a tiny rendered distance. I thought it was a cow so I pursued hoping to grab some hides for armor. All right. So from the first paragraph Abassi, just getting the setting, it's micro by yourself I bought to do. What is your feeling when you're when you're brand new in a new world I? Mean you know? When when I pop up in the world, you're just kind of like. Generally for me. I need to I need to survive the night. nighttimes GONNA come zombies are going to start spawning and it's GONNA be a bad time if I don't have something whole up it. I can sit down at great but a lot of times you can't sheet nearby. So you know. I WANNA. Do get some would. Help. You might have to dig a hole in the ground and covered up it. Just wait I. Think it's eight minutes at night I'm is but so the Lithuania. I mean, that's all it is you just you're just trying to make it through that first night endless fear speed runner, of course. Have Diamond armored by the first. Day. So the general idea is that you're. Trying to gather supplies before nightfall tried to find a way to stay safe. A counter can not only provide armor because of the leather bit also provides food will help you survive longer as he has a bit of a rush mentality. During this, they're also enjoying the open world. It's it's that first moments of a brand new world. Okay. So we're moving on it wasn't a cow though looking back at me was another character with default skin. His eyes were empty I saw no name up and I double check to make sure I. wasn't on a multiplayer mode he didn't stay long. He looked at me quickly and ran into the fog pursued of curiosity, but he was gone. that. Right. There was scared the shit adamy seeing another player to single player mode. I mean that's just seems nice to me and I. think that's where the big craziness comes in. Have you watched any videos with hair rain? I watched some. Long Time. Ago and there were a couple different. Ones, like people just finding weird thing but I remember Wyan. Where you know this guy was just like. Going through just making a mind. You know. So you're just digging into the ground pretty much. He's just doing his thing You dig a drop in his torches and he it was. You know he ran out of torches or something, and he turns around and there's a character, the hero Ryan character just. White is just like they're in his mind and he. Works out and just just starts running back up his staircase and I mean there's an sounds like he's having a heart attack very a thing. I, remember that actual video and he's like screaming the entire time. Correct. Here Is freaking out like. If, he was faking it. I mean he could have been like he did a very good job. Yeah. Oh, man that made the rounds. It was a classic. A real good one. We're going to the next to hear I continued on with the game. Not sure what to think as expanded to the world. I saw things that seemed out of place for random map generator to make two by two tunnels in the rocks small perfect pyramids of sand in the ocean and grooves of groves of trees with all their lease cut off. I would constantly think I saw the other player in the default, but I never got a better look at him. I tried increasing my rendered distant so far whenever I saw that I saw him but no avail I saved the map and I went the forms. That's a bad idea at their forms to see if anyone else. had found the pseudo player. There were none I created my own topic telling of the man and asking anyone with similar experiences. The post was deleted within five minutes. I tried again and the topic was deleted deleted even faster I received pm from username hero Brian. Containing one word stop. When I went to look at here. Lebron's profile page was four afford. So. This is like the next scene is like the next act of a scary movie, right? Well, sure. Yeah you know now you've. You've kind of. You know you you've been through the creepy things. Introduced you're on your character and then just strange things happen but now you've actually. Hero or not hero hero Brian. You know the antagonists his now connected with you at subway. You have. You know. Gain their attention. Yeah..

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"abassi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"abassi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Eastern on Sunday, Bryan show. And I'm Charlie Pellet. Bloomberg World. Hank Waters. Technology shares pushed US stocks to a six week low as investors search for new catalyst to give direction to global markets are losing week as well. Three in a row. Yusef Abassi is global market strategist that Stone X Group. You have to listen to what the market is currently telling you, the NASDAQ is poised to have its worst month since December 2018. And who could forget that massive unwind? Sell off? We experienced them. So you have to listen to this market right now. And from where sentiment is lying. We're searching for leadership. Unfortunately, we have found it and Aly Farage, head of macro strategy for North America, State Street, sees Mohr volatility ahead. I think the next 67 weeks out of the election We're going to see much more sideways markets much more volatile. Market evaluations have gone so far that that uncertainty now has to play into it or not so well necessary start selling off aggressively. Because that liquidity is still down. We've got the ultra dovish message from the feds. Don't expect a smooth path up that we've been used to. For the last few months. This is going to get much more followed on. Brian Levin is senior investment strategist at Invesco Advisors. We know that we're in a period of uncertainty here and then that could create some volatility. But the question you really need to ask yourself is Does that change the trajectory of the economy? If you believe that the economy continues to recover, as I do, then the volatility that exists potentially goods in the near term as a result of policy uncertainty is is worth looking through and they create buying opportunities. So the S and P 500 index ended the week with a loss of 6/10 of 1% 3rd declining week in a row. As some pee down 37 down 1.1% the Dow Down 244 down 9/10 of 1%. NASDAQ Down 117 Down 1.1% Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take power by Maur than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet, This is Bloomberg. This is Bluebird Wall Street Week..

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"abassi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"abassi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Davis on doing standup via Zoon as long Florida and other places in the South and that we're in a mask. Abassi is Torin anytime so That's all coming up. But first this news Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Hearst. Demonstrations turned violent in several cities in Portland. Dozens of protesters were arrested at the sight of a standoff between federal police and protestors against racism and police brutality. NPR's book, Sigler's outside the federal building in downtown Portland and says there are no signs the nightly clashes will end anytime soon. Cruiser making repairs to the fence that spirit skated around the justice son turn. There are Flowers hanging on in black lives matter signs and a lot of graffiti behind the fence on the building itself and in the park behind me looking back here, volunteers or Loading cases of bottled water and donated food and you know being here. It kind of has the feel of the occupy Wall Street protests more than a decade ago, especially since in Portland. Lately, there has been criticism that the demonstrations of morphed and drifted away at times from the original intent, which was to protest police. Killings and systemic racism. NPR's Kirk Siegler, Meanwhile, vehicles were set on fire overnight in California and Richmond and in Austin, Texas. A protester allegedly armed with a rifle was shot and killed after an apparent confrontation with the driver. A body of the late congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis is lying in state of the Alabama capital this evening. Earlier, horse drunk, Hassan carried his flag draped casket over the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, one last time. That's where Lewis and other civil rights leaders were savagely beaten by police 55 years ago as they tried to cross the bridge. France Hill was at the bridge today in this state troopers waiting out there for You know, I respect instead of at a memorial service in Selma this morning, Congresswoman Terri Sewell..

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"abassi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"abassi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Some are acting just for this month of July. Others for longer and the boycott includes Facebook's property instagram the company's air, pressing Facebook to do more about malicious content. Facebook. We should notice among NPR's financial supporters that we cover them just the same, including criticism of the company, which we're hearing this morning from NPR Tech correspondent Shannon Bond. Good morning. Morning, Steve and we should note the advertisers are pressing Facebook because they're under pressure is pushing up. A coalition of Abassi groups is urging these advertisers to pull their money from Facebook. One of those groups is color of change. There are civil rights organization and I spoke with the president Rashad Robinson, He says. Facebook has given its critics no other choice. This failure to address these problems have given those of us in the civil rights community as well as corporations on Ly one path, and that is the path Of having to pursue this boycott. So the coalition is making 10 demands of Facebook, ranging from giving advertisers their money back if their ads appear next to content pickets removed to cracking down on lies from politicians do all 300 The companies that are dropping Facebook for awhile, support all the demands. Well, there's a really mix. Some do support the demands, but some others like Coca Cola and Target, say, yes, we're going to pause and reconsider our Facebook advertising, in some cases, all of their social media advertising But they say they're not officially joining this boycott. And I think what's going on there is these companies feel pressure there. These huge protests this reckoning over racism we're seeing in this country. Companies feel pressure to show they're doing something. They also want to put some distance between themselves in this campaign, so they're more free to make their own decisions about whether and when to resume advertising on Facebook. Well, how is Facebook, responding? Facebook says it invest billions of dollars in keeping its platform safe. And just yesterday, it said it banned hundreds of accounts in groups connected to the boogaloo movement. That's a loose network of far right extremists, and that's the kind of thing advertisers want to see the company doing. Here's what Facebook's top spokesman, Nick Clegg, told CNN on Sunday. Facebook We have absolutely no incentive to tolerate hate speech. We don't like it uses. Don't like it advertises understandably don't like it. Clegg pointed out that over 100 billion messages are sent on Facebook's platforms every day, and so, you know, the company tries to crack down. It's not perfect. I can't remove everything. Last week, CEO Mark Mark Zuckerberg did announce some policy changes. Facebook is going to put warning labels on post from politicians like President Trump. The briquettes rules, and that's a huge reversal. But when Zuckerberg made that announcement, he did not mention the advertising boycott at all. Well, can I just ask? You've mentioned a couple of times here that for many companies, this is a temporary departure there coming back. How dependent? Are they on Facebook? Well, you know, Facebook has a huge stable of advertisers. I mean, it's whole business's advertising. But for many of these advertisers, it's just not really a choice to leave Facebook, Facebook and other social media groups. Let them reach specific communities at a fraction of what they would pay to, you know, buy a commercial on broadcast television. You know, a really good example I think is one of one of the biggest spenders right now is the Biden campaign. You know, Joe Biden has been very vocal lately and criticizing Facebook. He's calling for changes. He says the company needs to crack down moron hate speech. But you know when NPR asked his campaign if it was going to stop advertising on Facebook, the spokesman told us quote with less than five months until election Day..

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"abassi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"abassi" Discussed on KCRW

"Some are acting just for this month of July. Others for longer and the boycott includes Facebook's property, instagram. Cos they're pressing Facebook to do more about malicious content. Facebook We should notice among NPR's financial supporters that we cover them just the same, including criticism of the company, which we're hearing this morning from NPR Tech correspondent Shannon Bond. Good morning. Morning, Steve and we should note the advertisers are pressing Facebook because they're under pressure, who is pushing up? A coalition of Abassi groups is urging these advertisers to pull their money from Facebook. One of those groups is color of change their civil rights organization, and I spoke with her president Rashad Robinson, He says. Facebook has given its critics no other choice. This failure to address these problems have given those of us in the civil rights community as well as corporations on Ly one path, and that is the path of having to pursue this boycott. So the coalition is making 10 demands of Facebook, ranging from giving advertisers their money back if their ads appear next to content that gets removed to cracking down on lies from politicians do all 300 The companies that are dropping Facebook for awhile, support all the demands. Well, there's a real mix. Some do support the demands, but some others like Coca Cola and Target, say, yes, we're going to pause and reconsider our Facebook advertising, in some cases, all of their social media advertising They say they're not officially joining this boycott, and I think what's going on there is these companies feel pressure there. These huge protests this reckoning over racism we're seeing in this country. Companies feel pressure to show they're doing something. They also want to put some distance between themselves in this campaign, so they're more free to make their own decisions about whether and when to resume advertising on Facebook. Well, how is Facebook, responding? Well, Facebook says it invest billions of dollars in keeping its platform safe. And just yesterday, it said it banned hundreds of accounts and groups connected to the boogaloo movement. That's a loose network of far right extremists, and that's the kind of thing advertisers want to see the company doing. Here's what Facebook's top spokesman, Nick Clegg, told CNN on Sunday. Facebook We have absolutely no incentive to tolerate hate speech. We don't like it uses don't like it advertises understandably. I don't like it. Clegg pointed out that over 100 billion messages are sent on Facebook's platforms every day, and so, you know, the company tries to crack down. It's not perfect. You can't remove everything. Last week, CEO Mark Mark Zuckerberg did announce some policy changes. Facebook is going to put warning labels on post from politicians like President Trump. The briquettes rules, and that's a huge reversal. But when Zuckerberg made that announcement, he did not mention the advertising boycott at all. Well, can I just ask? You've mentioned a couple of times here that for many companies, this is a temporary departure there coming back. How dependent? Are they on Facebook? Well, you know, Facebook has a huge stable of advertisers. I mean, it's whole business's advertising. But for many of these advertisers, it's just not really a choice to leave Facebook, Facebook and other social media groups. Let them reach specific communities at a fraction of what they would pay to, you know, buy a commercial on broadcast television. You know, a really good example I think is one of one of the biggest spenders right now is the Biden campaign. You know, Joe Biden has been very vocal lately and criticizing Facebook. He's calling for changes. He says the company needs to crack down moron hate speech. But you know when NPR asked his campaign if it was going to stop advertising on Facebook, the spokesman told us quote with less than five months until election Day. We cannot afford to see these platforms to Donald Trump and his lies. That's a quote NPR's Shannon Bond. Thanks so much. Thank you. Russians are voting today on more than 200 amendments to their constitution. They're being asked to give a simple yes or no answer to all. Here's why it's so high stakes. One of the amendments would allow Vladimir Putin to stay in power for another 16 years. NPR's Lucien Kim is in Moscow. The Russian constitution is strangely specific about presidential term limits. It says. No person shall serve more than two consecutive terms. Thanks to that wording, Vladimir Putin is now in his fourth term. After taking a break and serving as prime minister. Some Russians wondered if you try that again. In 2024 they got their answer in March, Sublevel only constitutes The show. A member of parliament proposed a constitutional amendment resetting Putin's presidential term limits but deviated variant Bilbo has emotion, Putin told parliament it might be a good idea, but only if he got the blessing of the constitutional Court and the Russian people. Political analyst Masha Lipman says Putin wanted a national vote because it lends him legitimacy. It is very important to him to have this popular endorsement. Even if it is a forest, even if it is a travesty off popular will the amendment letting Putin stay in power was tacked onto a raft of changes enshrining Russians, faith in God in the Constitution. Banning gay marriage and elevating the status of the Russian language. Sure enough, The amendments were rubber stamped by Russia's parliament and the constitutional court. But then the Corona virus hit Russia and Putin reluctantly had to postpone the vote. Originally scheduled for April, he was forced to eat gold to the power of the virus, but he never concedes the pressure. I think this is a unique situation, which he had to yield. Now the vote is going ahead. Even though Russia has the world's third highest number of Corona virus infections. The Central Election Commission says all health and safety precautions are being taken with temperature controls, masks and gloves at polling stations. TV ads have shown Russian celebrities saying why they plan to vote for Putin's amendments. Master music must see them in concert pianist Denise Mitsu ifs, His culture and language are what make Russia strong and unique and deserve special constitutional protection..

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"abassi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"abassi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Some are acting just for this month of July. Others for longer and the boycott includes Facebook's property, instagram. Cos they're pressing Facebook to do more about malicious content. Facebook We should notice among NPR's financial supporters that we cover them just the same, including criticism of the company, which we're hearing this morning from NPR Tech correspondent Shannon Bond. Good morning. Morning, Steve and we should note the advertisers are pressing Facebook because they're under pressure. Who's pushing him? A coalition of Abassi groups is urging these advertisers to pull their money from Facebook. One of those groups is color of change their civil rights organization, and I spoke with her president Rashad Robinson, He says. Facebook has given its critics no other choice. This failure to address these problems have given those of us in the civil rights community as well as corporations on Ly one path, and that is the path of having to pursue this boycott. So the coalition is making 10 demands of Facebook, ranging from giving advertisers their money back if their ads appear next to content that gets removed to cracking down on lies from politicians do all 300 The companies that are dropping Facebook for awhile, support all the demands. Well, there's a real mix. Some do support the demands, but some others like Coca Cola and Target say, yes, we're going to pause reconsider our Facebook advertising, in some cases, all of their social media advertising. They say they're not officially joining this boycott, and I think what's going on there is these companies feel pressure there. These huge protests this reckoning over racism we're seeing in this country. Companies feel pressure to show they're doing something. But they also want to put some distance between themselves in this campaign, so they're more free to make their own decisions about whether and when to resume advertising on Facebook. Well, how is Facebook, responding? Facebook says it invest billions of dollars in keeping its platform safe. And just yesterday, it said it banned hundreds of accounts in groups connected to the boogaloo movement. That's a loose network of far right extremists, and that's the kind of thing advertisers want to see the company doing. Here's what Facebook's top spokesman Nick Clegg, told CNN on Sunday. Facebook. We have absolutely no incentive to tolerate hate speech. We don't like you know, users don't like it advertises understandably don't like it. Clegg pointed out that over 100 billion messages are sent on Facebook's platforms every day, and so, you know, the company tries to crack down. It's not perfect. You can't remove everything. Last week, CEO Mark Mark Zuckerberg did announce some policy changes Facebook's going to put warning labels on post from politicians like President Trump. The briquettes rules, and that's a huge reversal. But when Zuckerberg made that announcement, he did not mention the advertising boycott at all. Well, can I just ask? You've mentioned a couple of times here that for many companies, this is a temporary departure there coming back. How dependent? Are they on Facebook? Well, you know, Facebook has a huge stable of advertisers. I mean, it's whole business's advertising. But for many of these advertisers, it's just not really a choice to leave Facebook, Facebook and other social media groups. Let them reach specific communities at a fraction of what they would pay to, you know, buy a commercial on broadcast television. You know, a really good example I think is one of one of the biggest spenders right now is the Biden campaign. You know, Joe Biden has been very vocal lately and criticizing Facebook. He's calling for changes. He says the company needs to crack down moron hate speech. But you know when NPR asked his campaign if it was going to stop advertising on Facebook, the spokesman told us quote with less than five months until election Day. We cannot afford to see these platforms to Donald Trump and his lies. That's a quote NPR's Shannon Bond. Thanks so much. Thank you. Russians are voting today on more than 200 amendments to their constitution. They're being asked to give a simple yes or no answer to all. Here's why it's so high stakes. One of the amendments would allow Vladimir Putin to stay in power for another 16 years. NPR's Lucien Kim is in Moscow. The Russian constitution is strangely specific about presidential term limits. It says. No person shall serve more than two consecutive terms. Thanks to that wording, Vladimir Putin is now in his fourth term after taking a break and serving as prime minister. Some Russians wondered if you try that again in 2024. They got their answer in March, Sublevel only institute A member of parliament proposed a constitutional amendment resetting Putin's presidential term limits, but Valiant Bilbo has emotion, Putin told parliament it might be a good idea, but only if they got the blessing of the constitutional Court and the Russian people. Political analyst Masha Lipman says Putin wanted a national vote because it lends him legitimacy. It is very important to him to have this popular endorsement, even if it is a forest, even if it is a travesty off popular will the amendment letting Putin stay in power was tacked onto a raft of changes. Enshrining Russians faith in God in the constitution, banning gay marriage and elevating the status of the Russian language. Sure enough, The amendments were rubber stamped by Russia's parliament and the constitutional court. But then the Corona virus hit Russia and Putin reluctantly had to postpone the vote. Originally scheduled for April, He was forests to eagled to the power of the virus. But he never concedes the pressure. I think this is a unique situation, which he had to yield. Now the vote is going ahead. Even though Russia has the world's third highest number of Corona virus infections. The Central Election Commission says all health and safety precautions are being taken with temperature controls, masks and gloves at polling stations. TV ads have shown Russian celebrities saying why they plan to vote for Putin's amendments.

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"abassi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"abassi" Discussed on KCRW

"Some are acting just for this month of July. Others for longer and the boycott includes Facebook's property, instagram. Cos they're pressing Facebook to do more about malicious content. Facebook We should notice among NPR's financial supporters, though we cover them just the same, including criticism of the company, which we're hearing this morning from NPR Tech correspondent Shannon Bond. Good morning. Morning, Steve and we should note the advertisers are pressing Facebook because they're under pressure. Who's pushing him? A coalition of Abassi groups is urging these advertisers to pull their money from Facebook. One of those groups is color of change. There are civil rights organization and I spoke with the president Rashad Robinson, He says. Facebook has given its critics no other choice. This failure to address these problems have given those of us in the civil rights community as well as corporations on Ly one path, and that is the path of having to pursue this boycott. So the coalition is making 10 demands of Facebook, ranging from giving advertisers their money back if their ads appear next to content that gets removed to cracking down on lies from politicians do all 300 The companies that are dropping Facebook for awhile, support all the demands. There's a real mix. Some do support the demands, but some others like Coca Cola and Target, say, yes, we're going to pause and reconsider our Facebook advertising, in some cases, all of their social media advertising They say they're not officially joining this boycott, and I think what's going on there is these companies feel pressure there. These huge protests this reckoning over racism we're seeing in this country. Companies feel pressure to show they're doing something. They also want to put some distance between themselves in this campaign, so they're more free to make their own decisions about whether and when to resume advertising on Facebook. Well, how is Facebook, responding? Facebook says it invest billions of dollars in keeping its platform safe. And just yesterday, it said it banned hundreds of accounts and groups connected to the boogaloo movement. That's a loose network of far right extremists, and that's the kind of thing advertisers want to see the company doing here's what Facebook's top spokesman Nick Clegg, told CNN on Sunday. Facebook. We have absolutely no incentive to tolerate hate speech. We don't like users don't like it advertises understandably don't like it. Clegg pointed out that over 100 billion messages are sent on Facebook's platforms every day, and so, you know, the company tries to crack down. It's not perfect. You can't remove everything. Last week, CEO Mark Mark Zuckerberg did announce some policy changes. Facebook is going to put warning labels on post from politicians like President Trump. The briquettes rules, and that's a huge reversal. But when Zuckerberg made that announcement, he did not mention the advertising boycott at all. Well, can I just ask? You've mentioned a couple of times here that for many companies, this is a temporary departure there coming back. How dependent? Are they on Facebook? Well, you know, Facebook has a huge stable of advertisers. I mean, it's whole business's advertising. But for many of these advertisers, it's just not really a choice to leave Facebook, Facebook and other social media groups. Let them reach specific communities at a fraction of what they would pay to, you know, buy a commercial on broadcast television. You know, a really good example I think is one of in one of the biggest spenders right now is the Biden campaign. You know, Joe Biden has been very vocal lately and criticizing Facebook. He's calling for changes. He says the company needs to crack down moron hate speech. But you know when NPR asked his campaign if it was going to stop advertising on Facebook, the spokesman told us quote with less than five months until election Day. We cannot afford to see these platforms to Donald Trump and his lies. It's a quote NPR's Shannon Bond. Thanks so much. Thank you. Russians are voting today on more than 200 amendments to their constitution. They're being asked to give a simple yes or no answer to all. Here's why it's so high stakes. One of the amendments would allow Vladimir Putin to stay in power for another 16 years. NPR's Lucien Kim is in Moscow. The Russian constitution is strangely specific about presidential term limits. It says. No person shall serve more than two consecutive terms. Thanks to that wording, Vladimir Putin is now in his fourth term after taking a break and serving as prime minister. Some Russians wondered if you try that again in 2024. They got their answer in March with this sub novel only Institute. A member of parliament proposed a constitutional amendment resetting Putin's presidential term limits but deviated civilian Bilbo has emotion, Putin told parliament it might be a good idea, but only if he got the blessing of the constitutional Court and the Russian people. Political analyst Masha Lipman says Putin wanted a national vote because it lends him legitimacy. It is very important to him to have this popular endorsement. Even if it is a forest, even if it is a travesty off popular will the amendment letting Putin stay in power was tacked onto a raft of changes enshrining Russians, faith in God in the Constitution. Banning gay marriage and elevating the status of the Russian language. Sure enough. The amendments were rubber stent by Russia's parliament and the constitutional court. But then the Corona virus hit Russia and Putin reluctantly had to postpone the vote. Originally scheduled for April, he was forced to eat gold to the power of the virus, but he never concedes the pressure. I think this is a unique situation, which he had to yield. Now the vote is going ahead. Even though Russia has the world's third highest number of Corona virus infections. The Central Election Commission says all health and safety precautions are being taken with temperature controls, masks and gloves at polling stations. TV ads have shown Russian celebrities saying why they plan to vote for Putin's amendments.

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"abassi" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

15:19 min | 1 year ago

"abassi" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"You're saying you're you're you're scared to leave because you know the freedom is out there. Maybe you've had a taste of it but you're saying you're not necessarily ready for it yet but we are. We ever ready for that. I don't think no no. I am ready. What I'm saying is I being in the same pattern. Same House. Same like trapped cage for so long that I know where the key is but I know when I unlocked back cage. Everything changes like twenty seven years of blue of ever wanted happened. I'm scared is just I can't wait to go there by everything changes and when things change it changes everything. I'm not scared I caught fucking white. It's just I'm so impatient like a one at now about any to ground myself because sensually not do just when you say change the world is not possible but I want to just help an hale and enlighten and get reaction from as many people as possible because I just love people and I just love helping people just helping neighbors. We're getting reaction with my mom. I just love helping people like people who said obviously great like I'm like I know I need that. That feeling of doing good and service and you know Prince William and Catherine they travel the world service to humans and Philanthropy Amelia Africans. They don't see them just swamped and I'm so close to getting it by. It's like you see so close the grabbing it and then you get some. It's going to happen where you call and grab it because of pause patterns and so you you look away and then the opportunity flashes pasture. We're not actually it was that it wasn't that we didn't wait long enough to grab it and it's almost like. I'm getting to the end when I forget. Old Patterns came where. I'm just about to grab it and it goes but it's because of me it went because I I look to way. It's just like the in ground that little longer watering up on a little longer until the flower buds. That's what I have always struggled with waiting around these extra few days for the flower blossom and it's scary because I just have to stay low. I'm thinking about stock market. I'm thinking about the stuff and I'm not talking stay focused. Don't just stay focused. Like if I could just say focus for just a little longer. I mean one. Speaking event say someone in Germany calls me and says look speak. Come out we'll give you ground or whatever that's had my whole life right and then somebody says I've got another event and I'm on my journey but it's just like the enough to get that cool. Yeah Yeah and you know you know that will come. I think deep down a level. Come if you just Severe keep a keep grinding away like like like you're doing. I mean you're on that past and and I think like you were saying earlier. Having that base is essential because once you have that you can go any direction you want man and that is ultimate freedom within the system in my opinion what people want diet like is people telling them what they should or shouldn't do the threat and like me and selflessness because it was very selfish of giving everything to myself. Now I don't care knocking. Give out and hearing flaws and herring. Why should do people don't like to be influenced or example? They know they should be doing something and I say to you. Should I be doing it? I wanted to say yes to the stock market. 'cause I wanted really. I know I shouldn't Bucky like your like we turn out the PODCAST. It's like we're hearing truth and nuff where you are wrong or unique should be doing something it it really is. It's the awakens. You because people don't WanNa hear what they need to hear. It's like tonight's somebody's GonNa Tell Them. You're not doing it to be horrible. He just probably doesn't know like tell him and then he can learn next time you west indio diligent and told your floors in the weaknesses as a really quick way to grow like in a self-awareness. The poor somebody taught me a poll. It was just desperate to be heard which is like NAM man. My man and he pushed people to work. It was like she taught me report which is mimic that person. That's a Thomas Place where you could really santigie. And then if he's speaking on just calm down like fucking blow off with your with your energy and that comes down to just being aware. Nobody likes to be told what they are likely. Say to. Somebody really annoying you. You really loud or you. Just go fuck off more. That's just west opposite. It is a gift to be able to like awesome. Today was my weakness and then rather than say fuck you take you onboard and learn the quickest way to improve. It's like how do you fix a website? Get PEOPLE TO TRY. And and then from whether hacked and fix it like it's just people do not WanNa hear negatives about them and you have to hear the negatives it's year and I I guess I think a lot of people. It's just counterintuitive right. They're going for the light. They're going for that goal but they don't realize you know you kind of have to take that detour through the darkness and you kind of have to everyone goes through that imposter syndrome or being exposed. And like I said I think. That's the quickest way to find yourself is kind of going through that darkness If you're actually going through that light that's that's the biggest thing and it is never hard to hear and it's people might resent you in the moments for telling it but the truth always shines through and people will resonate with it and they will come around and they will. They will always be grateful for it while I self Hild was. I was spoke my thoughts. Say things out there in the public things that would be friends tonight because of how they would say whatever afterwards. I would imagine that if I was speaking on stage and it will be on the news the next day Abassi would expose all my secrets and stuff so everyone could speak about it so that could handle the judgment and negative energy and the known so it doesn't affect me anymore. It's not only what you so you have to own it because it's you you can't smoke right. Of course more cock tell the Hawaii tell every mock gripe so going. The change in impregnate goes way. I can do that so now walk. That's it so. Put your tree out there and embrace it and like things like just having fears of just things in general that people don't want out there quickest way a love yourself to put out there hand the judgement and then it will go like once people like no. It's it's over now. If you keep in you face. Somebody's GONNA find out. You're constantly like just like pin flank keeping everything and just get it out there and we've on self hill that's very true and in the grand scheme of things everyone's worth a ten second judgment from fucking Johnny over there Forever Eternal Judgment Yourself. There's there's literally no comparison right that there's this program in the UK. So naked program is the school naked attraction. I applied for it. And when I when I went for the the cost you have to stand in front of the camera. Nate kids and stuff like that and like sympathetic that if you have any securities of any kind do the exact opposite extreme. Go live telephone and television with the cows. Everyone you've ever known we'll see your small Chinese. It'll sean long market right so again. You have to embrace everything that you're scared about scared about walking out into the locker room. If your your your mates go on. Tv Now they will say now. What is this like fucking face your fears and you do that by facing them. Not Jump however played if you scared of heights and then all of a sudden it's just it's just there's no such thing as fair because it's it it exposes it completely. I spent ten years fucking boring about that in five seconds. I can put it out of me. It so counterintuitive for a lot of people and we built a society just based on Comfort. And things like that where you don't have to go into the jungle in in face of trials. I think that's what is missing is kind of those trials especially for young men like going out in the woods or or hunting things like that. We we just really don't have Come a an equivalent nature but I think podcasting and sharing yourself spreading knowledge is kind of the closest thing. We can come to an extent in this modern age. It's fantastic it's just much about media is just shooting out. Stardust and then where it lands it lands right whereas now you literally can just put out one particle stardust and another person can pick up like he example net flicks media. Tv like way you have lot the normal channels on meteorite. It's disappearing because nobody's sitting there. Watching channel wants in through any more. They're watching say Netflix and Amazon. During prime and then everyone's doing stuff online now all the acting companies on the same because everyone's go into these online stuff so now bedtime is spent doing online stuff than TV stuff. And so now everything's online and then you've got podcast where you can actually create your own show new bedroom. 'cause no media no production and they'll slow petty and reach just as many people working phenomenon going across platform right. There's literally underneath the mass per pledged to say a thirty thousand plus around the world. Now best is a lot of cost. Wouldn't you think about how many people there all how many TV shows are all fast? That's fucking tiny that is absolutely tiny And what happens when everyone else starts the poor costing you don't rely on media to fund it. Well the people who are ahead of the game have the have to be off a hand amass. What you said comes down to invest in yourself because you've always got investment and people just want it now and they don't take time to build any foundation so you right. Anita focus on just doing this and stop getting free. Lapsing back into like. How can I make money quickly? I don't have any money. I haven't had money for never invested in myself through businesses and time and setting up staff and also was learning and learning but nothing materialized so bath thing because I now could run. The United States mindset for knowledge. But now it's about Ashley physically building something and sticking it now. I've got the knowledge because there's any as any set amount of knowledge. Colome for you have to take action like you've never sitting on Youtube listens law of attraction powered the mind. It is always something to learn the rewatching so shut the fuck up and go out and do it Otherwise you'd just be forever. Learning ironically always learning. I'm still in my room but I'm teaching it on costing which hopefully will make money so actually it wasn't a bad thing learning learning doing anything because if everything happens in perfect divine timing maybe that's I was supposed to learn learn learn and preach preach absolutely and the you've already been very consistent with it and the fact anybody who just starts already have the game. I mean we're never going to be a a a a full position and be ready but massive imperfect action is always going to beat up the guy sitting in his basement. Just fucking thinking it over and over and over again. Just literally taken that leap. This fucking might not pretty. It's GonNa hurt but you're always going to be a step ahead of the game. Always Colt rights in about an hour. Any else you WanNa talk about before we died down. No I think this this was good and it was actually refreshing Not Talking about the current state of the world because I think that's what everyone's obsessed about what's clogging reminds when there's so much more to to go into you know if all the animals go to one stream for fish go to the other one because eventually will get fish gonNA run out and they were going to go into that one so if you never gonna get to that one go there first..

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"abassi" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"abassi" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Has to do with the passions and the snow the world that a donors in great as basically a word of bliss. The world was the world came into being as a result of their making. The gods fell in love and they are making or sometimes they say well. It's a depressant of the groom to the to the to the Brian to celebrate their passionate they love and their wage other. And that is why. Musallam said the only real worship of the Gods is the sexual act because the sexual act and the Genitals Abassi redesigned yeah in the signs of the Gods. Actually procreation a recreate situation. We basically The passionate making between people and he I end. They actually extends also to homosexual people. And you know it is also very was radical a radical Damaso reforms about freedom of women and so forth all reflecting that kissed freedom and love passionate. St Louis Assistant introspects primordial life which created also problems to them in the nineteen thirties in Germany. Of course exactly. And you know the launches. He was persecuted there because they thought he was kind of like in. You know throwing orgies and selling via.

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"abassi" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"abassi" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"And I love now much. No, she was not demonstrative. She was very much like what you achieve is going to be. And I don't think this is. And I think this is a big part of parenting that I'm really really careful about now is that I don't want my love to be condition contingent upon her achievement. I don't think it was a deliberate thing. But I think when I was impressive at something. My mom gave me more love. So that my whole self worth was dependent on how I'm doing what I'm doing what I'm saying. It's not something. Absolutely. I think a lot of actors are aren't good look at it. Like what I did exact exactly success. And that is so. Not true. But when it's embedded in your system for many many years like, oh, I was good in that. And I just keep hearing. I'm good. I'm good. I'm gone that. Yeah. My therapist said it's kind of like the the colander effect colander where you put spaghetti in in the water goes right through it. It's one of those things that you're great. And then it goes right through. Yeah. You're never really satisfied. So that's what I kind of discovered when I was reading my memoir that was that was kinda plaguing me. And so now, I kind of try not to put myself worth in others hands in that way. And it's very hard, especially as an actor because you're constantly doing that to get jobs or as a creator. But I feel like at least I'm aware of it. So it's a little bit more functional. How do you? How do you do that? How do you fix? How do you because I'm sure there's many listeners out there who always wants who always want everyone's approval. It's like, oh, I did. This aren't I great. I got a promotion at work on fantastic. It's like how. But it's how you feel. It's important. It's important yourself worth. Yeah. And that's hard to to sort of understand and achieve. It's easier to say, I don't care what other people think. Yeah. You always do. Now. You know, how do you? How do you just have a balance? How do you? Make things better. I mean, I try to have things in my life that arm doing not for other people like I'm studying Spanish for fun. There's. Unidos? Wow. Very good. You'll Tingo Greg Abassi. Yeah. You have a big head to. Yeah. Yeah. I'm learning. I'm just learning Spanish now. And I'm not good at it. But I'm doing it for myself. And there's no ulterior motive there because I kind of turned everything one of my hobbies into a career which was great for a while. And then I'm just like, I'm still giving everything everybody everybody else everything. So I try to do that. And then also having a baby really, I mean, it really did change me profoundly in the I know that I have somebody who will love me on conditionally, and I will love her unconditionally. And so when I get rejected by other things, I'm like, well, I gotta keep going for her. I can't get depressed because of other people not like you me because she is there. She needs me. So it's also living somebody I was did a scifi movie called red where wolf hunter many years ago? Yeah, it was great. And there was a woman named Roseberry on their very Rosemary. Very Rosebery Rosebery. Yeah. She it's a new dog's name. And she said, well, it was such a relief to have children because I didn't have to care about myself the most anymore, and I that really stuck with me for years. And then when I finally had a baby I was like, oh, great. I don't have to put myself. I all the time. Maybe she's twenty months twenty months. So that's for a twelve two and a little bit twenty month, twenty months. Yeah. One and a half other people do that because go, oh, she's thirty eight we'll see you got a year. Why not just go a year and a half for doctors visits and stuff? And. Yeah. But also because they'd change every month. There's such a difference between months sixteen twenty the rice. But believe me, I thought it was stupid, but I do too. The worst is pregnancy where they're like you've got an apple in you. You got a banana, you gotta Bill pineapple. I'm like, I hate this analogy just tell me how long the thing is willing to start conception to the actual nine months..

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