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"abaza" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Change where the clouds take over some raindrops falling in the afternoon high sixties on Wednesday and then even cooler with more rain on Thursday. And we're gonna be stuck in the fifties as we head towards the upcoming weekend pretty much where we should be this time of year. Right now. It's 52 already and we're headed to the low seventies. Later on, it is 8 34 on a Monday morning and all the hope this morning is on a development of a corona virus vaccine, but still the surges on and the numbers. Are certainly grim. Another 1800 cases of Corona virus reported in the most recent 24 hour period here in Massachusetts, as cases continue to shoot higher here and across the nation as well. Many families were wondering how they're gonna handle Thanksgiving dinner this year. The holiday season is really right around the corner and W B Izzie's room. Oh, Holland tells us The holidays are going to have a different look in a different feel to them this year, while guidelines and safety measures bring with them no shortage of opinions. One thing everybody can get behind is you don't want to be responsible for this loved one gets very sick as a result of your gathering, and Dr Joseph Abaza with the Cleveland Clinic says Really. There's no such thing as a completely safe gathering this year. Even if it's small with social distancing. I don't think you'll ever regret being extra cautious in the middle of a pandemic. He says. The risk just isn't worth the reward. Drew Mojo and W. B Z Boston's news radio. Only people turned out in Boston this weekend for dueling demonstrations on the streets to support or contest the results of the presidential election. Now officials are concerned about the potential spread of covert 19 and double BBC's James RoHaas is at the State House and tells us those who went out are now being asked to get a test. The city says it's working with community health centers to increase access to testing. This comes after many were seen flooding the streets in the back bay in Copley Square and Nubian Square over the weekend. Many could be seen wearing a face mask. But there wasn't much.
Spend Time in Nature
"Slum liquor, everyone and welcome back to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast this week. I am giving you an update on How I fed with habit number lost track. I think it's like ten now. On. Grant Funds. Or shoe spending time in nature but. Turned out to be more growing plants. or growing fruits and vegetables, planting in gardening, and all that stuff, so yeah, so give you an update on will obviously I'm giving an update? That's the whole thing that committed to this year. but I really really really liked. I think it was. I've said this before by the flow has been so lovely for this spiritual habits like you know doing vicar, then going into meditation in intentional birth work and name going into doing spending time in nature and planting and. And then we'll see you'll notice How just flows into the next one, which is gonNa be to read a spiritual book? How that also has just floated in quite well with the previous habits because of the book I'm reading but you have to tune in for that episode. humour about it. I don't hijacked this one by talking about that one, but. Yeah I really thoroughly enjoy this I learned a lot. I spent time doing the her. and. Yeah just. Share in it. So I started off, it was the intention was obviously spend more time in nature without was going for walks or runs or spending time in the garden and also Like I mentioned in the pre checking I'd also really gotten into gardening recently and. So, yeah, it discussed. Ended up being more on the gardening, aspects of it and I thoroughly thoroughly enjoyed it first of all when I. Typically what I'm doing anything that doesn't require. A different level of focus, but also my mind is also Elizabeth free to listen to a book or listen to a podcast or listen to something right typically I. Take that Opportunity, some always something on, and so if I'm gardening I'm listening to something if or from for run definite. But this time when I was guard thing I found that there were many times where I just thought care like I just wanted to speak with my plants. I wanted to do the allow whilst planting in gardening in It was just so relaxing. It was so nice to not nothing about technology. Spend time away from it really again intentionally and just get meeting lost in the process and in love process like I'm obsessed with knowing different likes of about different soils. What a housewife can get damaged, but how you can also provide nutrition to the soils how you should be talking to your plants, because they hear they listen, and they they get thrive of. Talking to them, it was Kinda Weird, because my neighbors were outside in sometimes just be eating breakfast, talking to my plants, but remained Ukrainian. How you should name your plants this I learnt from Geneva lever like ages ago, but it stuck with being. You should name your plants. And I really appreciate it because in naming I connected to it more like they really became my by babies of that's not as they take. Your plans is taken care of babies I. Don't like that analogy because it's just not true but. They just became so precious to me. Right wanted to see them thrive, and in in my relationship plants I was able to better understand that God has. This this Granik I that I really appreciate, said I wanted to share, so it says. Than Men Carnegie his food. How we pulled down Wilson Torrance than we broke open the splitting it with sprouts. And caused to grow within grain and grapes and Urban, an olive palm trees in gardens of dense shrubbery and fruit, engrossed as enjoyment for you and your grazing livestock. And of the versus in case, anyone's interested is A. Abaza versus twenty five thirty two, but I really appreciate it about. This was how it talks about pouring down with rain. talks about how? It's broken in the roots are allowed to form a minute blossomed and it just. Made me. Really appreciate how much God really wants us to thrive for. God isn't a vindictive one and wants you to. Just you know it's not like Oh. You do something bad for God God wants you tweet polished, and you must, if worst upon worthless. Come to you or you know you don't nurture yourself spirtual spiritually, and it doesn't mean that God won't nurture you then.
Spend time IN Nature
"Slum liquor, everyone and welcome back to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast this week. I am giving you an update on How I fed with habit number lost track. I think it's like ten now. On. Grant Funds. Or shoe spending time in nature but. Turned out to be more growing plants. or growing fruits and vegetables, planting in gardening, and all that stuff, so yeah, so give you an update on will obviously I'm giving an update? That's the whole thing that committed to this year. but I really really really liked. I think it was. I've said this before by the flow has been so lovely for this spiritual habits like you know doing vicar, then going into meditation in intentional birth work and name going into doing spending time in nature and planting and. And then we'll see you'll notice How just flows into the next one, which is gonNa be to read a spiritual book? How that also has just floated in quite well with the previous habits because of the book I'm reading but you have to tune in for that episode. humour about it. I don't hijacked this one by talking about that one, but. Yeah I really thoroughly enjoy this I learned a lot. I spent time doing the her. and. Yeah just. Share in it. So I started off, it was the intention was obviously spend more time in nature without was going for walks or runs or spending time in the garden and also Like I mentioned in the pre checking I'd also really gotten into gardening recently and. So, yeah, it discussed. Ended up being more on the gardening, aspects of it and I thoroughly thoroughly enjoyed it first of all when I. Typically what I'm doing anything that doesn't require. A different level of focus, but also my mind is also Elizabeth free to listen to a book or listen to a podcast or listen to something right typically I. Take that Opportunity, some always something on, and so if I'm gardening I'm listening to something if or from for run definite. But this time when I was guard thing I found that there were many times where I just thought care like I just wanted to speak with my plants. I wanted to do the allow whilst planting in gardening in It was just so relaxing. It was so nice to not nothing about technology. Spend time away from it really again intentionally and just get meeting lost in the process and in love process like I'm obsessed with knowing different likes of about different soils. What a housewife can get damaged, but how you can also provide nutrition to the soils how you should be talking to your plants, because they hear they listen, and they they get thrive of. Talking to them, it was Kinda Weird, because my neighbors were outside in sometimes just be eating breakfast, talking to my plants, but remained Ukrainian. How you should name your plants this I learnt from Geneva lever like ages ago, but it stuck with being. You should name your plants. And I really appreciate it because in naming I connected to it more like they really became my by babies of that's not as they take. Your plans is taken care of babies I. Don't like that analogy because it's just not true but. They just became so precious to me. Right wanted to see them thrive, and in in my relationship plants I was able to better understand that God has. This this Granik I that I really appreciate, said I wanted to share, so it says. Than Men Carnegie his food. How we pulled down Wilson Torrance than we broke open the splitting it with sprouts. And caused to grow within grain and grapes and Urban, an olive palm trees in gardens of dense shrubbery and fruit, engrossed as enjoyment for you and your grazing livestock. And of the versus in case, anyone's interested is A. Abaza versus twenty five thirty two,
World Food Programme urges US to reconsider Palestine funding cuts: civilian impact horrendous
"Food insecurity has become a major issue in Gaza and to the West Bank, not because food is hard to find. But because hard-pressed families cannot afford to buy it. That's according to Stephen Kearney, the World Food program's Representative and WFP country director in Palestine United States cuts in funding for the UN relief agency for Palestinian refugees onr is having a major humanitarian impact and WFP is currently providing food cash assistance to the most vulnerable who are earning less than a dollar a day. Mr. Kearney's spoke with you and uses Arabic chief rim Abaza when she wasn't Jerusalem on a recent reporting trip to the region and began by outlining what the agency needs on behalf of hungry and malnourished Palestinians for the year ahead. Fifty seven. That's what I want. I have woman's. About twenty and that's based on discussions with the non US dorms. Traditionally support the fee and asking them at least match the game that shit. And I haven't had negative responses. They haven't gone, and yes it goes, but based on removed so so and this year two thousand eighteen juniors lately was again, the US. Bid decision that we actually had somebody with US customs rolled from to necessarily. But what's we did? We've still you're in rule was media. Earned media starting to look at the the needs to support Palestine. We went Shula US doing time. Long time before they actually made it clear that everybody's gonna get quote, and I came out to toward. So. Do we have be role made a decision to use a lot of its multilateral? Gets and it gave me a don't keep go into this and the little bit let more to run for John Jim, but that will happen again to make it clear to our audience when we say you have a funding problem. What does it mean on the ground for the beneficiaries? Some million shot. It means a hundred and fifty thousand people don't get. And what go look at when we approved we use the Johnny Bauer transaction cash. Princeton sanctions. So we have a little cottage. Sure. So what those we give this to each household and the household can they go to show and the point. And once again is we we credit on the move nickel. Shop. We were close the shopkeepers to set criteria was the bible on my cigarettes the combat cop on the skins, but the combatant the axon business vegetables milk yogurt success. We did the shocking. Derek incidence. So you. Giving shirts to the retailer that they go to. Should we internet? No cash being transferred to mitigate the risk of fraud. Misuse. Wjr you protect the advisory eighty Dicky's other goal choose what they want to protect them as well. Because. There's nothing else to contribute to take the food. We've all the other cod. It's it's. Protections against that. You gotta remember that in Gaza. The western food, insecurity is not because food derived press the having the money to buy a vanity taxes. Can you give us an idea about the numbers of foot insecure rep people in Gaza and the west thing in Gaza unin, the western do get close to own deals with refugees we deal with number fifties? And thus the clear demarcation between us, so we did it with the Muench to sixty thousand in Gaza under the skin of the problem is great. But then we're not doing the actors the Palestinian Authority are also providing social safety nets to people, and what we do is very close to the most in we look at their beneficiaries who they're supporting and why this. And then we based on all over the news. The people who are not in support. So our criteria is set on deep. Deport and we'll buy deep poverty level in this country, three dollars seventy. The majority of beneficiaries. Well, we've we're talking if they're looking to find a job the maybe ending about a dollar a day. In Gaza funded rate is fifty cents to seventy percent for the for the youth. So this real challenges. And this again is why the problem with food, insecurity is not availability taxes because nobody's going to buy you, visit Gaza. You're interesting you go back and forth, and you meet people who benefit from all the support. What do we hear from them? Where he is very sensitive. Extreme. So even the most case. I've got issues who not only of food and no electricity. Access to water is at judge then accommodation is substantially. I've got one who's lost a giant share because rats were getting a ninety nine children. And the child. This is sort of scary for women. Everybody we deal with is in deep poverty. There are scales within so families single headed by women so come to chink, so we can set criteria within our current than Fisher fisheries to identify the most vulnerable of the most. And that's what we're doing getting ready for two thousand eighteen if I into without sort of short phone. Than to make these horrendous decisions to cook. People who absolutely have nothing. What's your message to the international community? And we're coming to me year new resolutions. Have you used?
Commandos in helicopter stage daring prison break of notorious inmate
"It's going to be hot and we're all going to die don't worry the nhs's seventy this week thursday exactly but it's celebrating birthdays i had for my fifth kissed basically but jodi we this morning russell quick founder and chief executive of e moved okay to uk the property website and median and political activists cates must be good morning good morning brighteyed and bushy tailed i guess it just make up look strange and blue eyes shut it but whatever whatever whatever works policy in the city can we can talk about gender neutral uniform i've got much more fuddyduddy in average my my my my my second halfcentury queens setzer everyone twins antibody great the school of loads and loads talk about and some really fascinating stories as well including english notorious gangster he skate by helicopter from a prison in paris amherst that they actually kidnapped the the helicopter pilots to in that prison break absolutely extraordinary story something out of a hollywood movie accumulating flagged a taxi i just get it ahead he company get out of prison noted problem let's get to all very i guess to get all the big news roundup scott lucas as on the line is professor of international politics at birmingham university good morning coach we we getting very international today because it's quite lots of a news abaza cross the field brexit first of all we've got this talk of the eurosceptics finally issued an ultimatum to the prime minister over a big solid well we told every week i would crucial and summit didn't come into monday morning's papers every single week i be i mean seriously it's last week was beheaded this big summit which brexit betty got mentioned the week before and it was all about these big votes in the job somehow theresa may seems to wish to scrape through but there is this big meeting on friday at chequers prime minister space to apparently try to get her cabinet tonight but it doesn't look like what we've seen in these papers this weekend michael parenti one of the leading breaks it is tearing up his copy of the the proposed white paper on brexit and it doesn't look likely to be full agreement in the cabinet yet does it well that's an understatement of the year the question is to be blunt with british newscasts going to decide to stick to caesar in other words whether the price of tears are going to come out in open rebellion against may either just before or after friday's meeting let me explain why what we've got now julia's i think a reckoning is coming up because oliver robins who is the chief negotiator briefed secretaries of state that there's going to have to be a norway style deal now what that means is accepting european rules for single market including the european quarter justice or there's going to be absolutely no trade agreement whatsoever with the eu we're pretty much on own there's no in between between those two which is what the brexit here's have been fudging along that somehow we can maintain positive trade relations with europe without having to accept the single market in the customs union now if that is the topic of friday's meeting that i think it does mean crisis becomes a relevant point and that's what jacob breeze malls was point reasonable was points over the weekend he was actually saying under no circumstances do we take the elements of trade with europe which involves acceptance of regulations we go completely on our own the problem for res mall and he knows this is it economically at least in the short term and i actually think of a longterm britain's going to suffer a great deal of damage because of that well i mean look their arguments for against the economic hearkens full hand it's a question of what people thought they were voting for when it breaks i mean again we talk about a big crunch rate because the general view had been leach from both sides lead theresa may in place they remain is what trusting that she wasn't a storage brexit tear they'd get much of what they wanted the eurosceptics have been you know lulled into lulled into me they might think novels pretentious thinking well everything was going to be fine because.
"abaza" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Retune here it is she's got a bounce some mccabe you bay someday keep you cool dave remains time away in abaza ashley may stymie with a bass math neighbors do satisfy hold on it gets bouncing this was your rule that it had to have a key playing it bounces i can't you by the way i this point i should i should mention that david lee roth is my second favorite jew of all time sandy colfax has to be number one by by law but david lee roth a strong number two mike on route eighteen you're on new jersey one zero one point five hey have you early father's day to you guys so i can't drive fifty five hagar again with the van halen connects ultimate summer song the ultimate and ultimate one the last one of the one of the ultimate what did he say about ten seconds how many two four three two one now he got to sing with all of these i didn't sing with any of them that one no i'll stop right do you agree.
"abaza" Discussed on 5 live Boxing with Costello
"Good with those management abaza possible fight with joshua uh no in the loss couple among sweetly met in new york um uh towards the end of last year while the mighty very clear of the split the he in the fall and he wasn't one but we won't agreed with going through these since then he's changed his cheering changed a little bit he's coming to call they've uh to be ringside for the joshua against pawelka fought so it's gonna be interesting but you know i think it's a flight we has to give the fans in 2019 just as long as uh anthony can win omar said he first and that he's a tough fight you're not everybody's looking paul's jozies pawelka right now i don't think that would be a huge mistake friends needs yoshua to do that because they see that this is a really tough what you mentioned the split that while the wounded i assume in these negotiations like in any negotiations he will listen it's going to be 5050 correct correct so so what what what would he be looking at now is sixty halsey yeah it's something a little lonzo nec quite complicated deal cozy pries american payperview title not him personally but this does but anthony engineers closed brings you know he's he's revenue to the table from sky and from the the fans in the international tv sets it it's an area the fans already interested in and they shouldn't david i just want to see the spectacle they want to see the flights ballve asleep behind closed doors we have to represent appalachians rottweiler do what's right but more than that anthony once the fi you know he wants to fought the on say wilder p believes he could be in on the basis of lost not we now these beat tabuk spa he's also very very dangerous he can punch very hot you sold i lost because the show.
"abaza" Discussed on Plz Advise
"I am ian that is wild may i wanted i've never done that but like fuck i probably would you know it is scary though is when you go to the sex of under registry and you look up your neighborhood now then valleys i don't were avalon i don't have one for a mile and a half uh which is actually really nice i'd never looked it up i'm going to look it up today close to a school probably if bulgaria that's that's a big deal does a big determine our of like how close not my i will and i was living in koreatown i did it and it was rail with someone in my building and i had seen him before look by the way isn't doesn't you have to tell you i think they have to tell you when they move in but out when like he's already living by the way a leg i look sex offenders deserves zero breaks but that is probably the worst part of the punishment besides you know surviving prison we'll tell you gas be like hey i'm tom i legirons israel i am hi under i'll talk to you later but there's also like the varying degrees to which people right on that site like i think someone's said one saer header i heard a case once where like someone was peeing in public yeah and then he got caught by police had snags of again denied as frightened public disclosure selma by abaza icecool of jan when to school down south and she you know goes like should face tonight clary i'd of a bar and she pete in an alley as every college kid will do a who i has not popped a squat we've all pot all thought oh is very conservative and on it might have been much easier streets there that light on the streets of new york are very busy yahoo care for alleged i never really got to be missing you have to be less of a home area of you that but i also have issues with that i just need to be in a lake safe space to go to herat no one was saint take a share of his saying leg and we've all popped as well were drunk and so jiang got arrested and my ira i have for her saying to me like basically implying that if she was convicted of this i know.
"abaza" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"A perplexing career in ed heat against there and take you all way when's the super bowl or aide doesn't get you there get there were losers there's no in between ready i manning there's no when a wildcard game win a division of game lose coverage it never happened before maybe it's going to happen just 'cause it's dude apn i still think he's got game left so if you're going to take a kid who you're not going to play unless eli manning gets hurt and by the way ally manning never gets hurt that's a waste of a resource and yes in two thousand and twenty two with made pay major dividends but you got the two thousand eighteen nineteen twenty and twenty one season to get through or you get to 2020 to john advantages voter be okay with take the next four years off but dammit 2020 to when this quarterback in his second year kick in the way the from wednesday need secondyear is that acceptable giant vance ever to sit in two or three and thirteen season let's wait around for four years on a capital on a guy and at all by the way he comes in and twenty twenty two his second years since taking over as a big season now guess what he's get jimmy garoppolo marty only it'll be escalated up because everything goes up in sports of course the board moneywise and everything else so if if if you're ready to move on from ally manning inseason next year the you think the guy that you're going to take at number two is ready to do what mitch trubisky this dead daycare and you but it's better but trubisky did not start the season he came in midseason took over he's going to be their quarterback for the x amount of years going forward unless that's how you look at eli manning coming into this season i don't think you can use the number to pick on a quarterback eight eight eight seven seven three three seven six xxx join amac hanging on a fan any martino abaza and why joined just next greta is a drill instructor when it comes to training lean mean fighting machines she has a mess around three thousand people.
"abaza" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"For having i wanna turn a little we'll talk about a doctor who i'd love to but i wanna turn a little bit two hour of genre little bit of a radio have you been a fan of radio your whole life well i to know how much of the uk but the bbc is with santa on the radio station long before it went into into tv and everyone in in in britain is brought up listening to to set of dramas on on radio radio folk constantly took place them i so yeah i grew up listening to lots of radio shows in comedy shows and of drama sales and stuff like that so i was every one of britain's come steeped in in in the whole audio things i was reading natural thing for me to go into into directing radio and acting in radio and and writing variety but i i'm a big fan of the old show called radio misery theater it had a eg marshall was the host hyman brown was the director so it sounds like you're looks like you're familiar with that performance in that show up funding off i used to listen to on planes sometimes they have it on on airplanes and because you have it you had it wasn't wells did the famous or the world's thing that resulted in a certain amount of controversy but yeah you i mean you you have had it needs to get that whole thing in the 1950s and '60s in you were when they were doing a movie in hollywood they would get in abaza rathburn or whoever all rough rich center whatever to come in and do as a half hour thing for the for the radio so you do have it i think you just have to look slightly harder yes that was the old looks radio theater river they've they would bring and perform for an hour the actual movie laid down a little bit with the actual actors from the movie so i'm glad you have that history because we had that in common my it seems to be alive and well in britain but it certainly does that format of an audio play is not at just as horta defined is not as active and alive in the.
"abaza" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Ten plus degrees below average clouds returned wednesday night late night snow showers mid20s early snow showers possible thursday otherwise clearing skies highs middle to upper thirty's meteorologist ken boone barroga thirty six degrees in middle down thirty one and all dazhou 34 in camden jab again weather every fifteen minutes new jersey auto one point five new travel these jersey's opening lives give it up the dead kitch gas deal veered atlantic city oak you up with abaza's because where that kind of the trawler barrio ball veneer of government in the help me do it a blow very funny jersey comedians a j holidays would come and you may end up going old family south what's the one thing was the one fold uk away defeat when you get there one eight hundred three three one point 15 what did you grandmother mother make better than anybody who would it be nice if they could sell it because in new jersey were the only state in the nation that you cannot sell homemade food for profit they're worried about the health and sanitation really you have like lawyers for that forty nine states will allow you to sell whatever you want the new jersey so i want to know what are you going to do a reward on one point five if you could sell something was the best thing that you're mother or grandmother made the you love growing up as a kid charles in lakewood on new jersey want to what point five charles you steve go in alyom i'm good thank you very.
"abaza" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"How about uh ri how 'bout this one how about college radio college radio where a guy is reading the news and another another person who works at the radio station but they're just they don't have a power relationship the just to bologna really know each other and a person starts doing a striptease across the glass to try and that rake the person's concentration what wait a second and there's no power relationship that all hard legion know each other and and how 'bout so woman is reading it in the guy stores do know how about a guy is reading the news and a woman starts doing a striptease what about that cook i was written as an a woman was woman was doing that he probably choi the point is wait a second isn't that a case how 'bout for one i did okay go ahead make your point cart for once reggina pass said a woman is not illegal unless you're a boss you have a power um position over that person then yes it's it's against tools and you should be held accountable they can't tacit a woman who doesn't work for you is not sexual who asking and natural that isn't it what does not depend on how you do it what would have harvey weinstein said all i was doing was just take megan abaza by open in my bathroom okay again that's that there's a there's a criminal law in the book say things you know that i'm talking about making a pass that a woman these guys lives are getting ruin and i hate al franken i think he's an easy however this happens and you know if you've tried to if he tried to kiss a woman that was unwanted neighbor boxed him and he said i'm sorry fine however everyone's coming uh inflating or conflating that could three different uh terms com i'm the boss with billy bush was locker room talk if he actually grab swimming by crouches then this should have been ordered all they did but they did that they.
"abaza" Discussed on FT News
"All his third attempt to leaving he was going to leave with a japanus deal he was then don't to leave a month ago and now he's a leading a cane tci have yet to respond whether they will withdraw their extraordinary meeting the chance is all they well but if they don't then with the will go ahead with a vote which will know by the end of thursday for going to do this so we could still be talking about this in a month's time chances are we won't but one thing you with the lse and the situation is never say never fell you say is that really has tried three times to leave he's been there for a long time the elegant way i would have been through this merger with the deutsche abaza which then was scuppered but why other than that he'd been the joe longtime why does he actually want to lead if indeed he does all of this is one of tci as key questions it hasn't really ever been explained for late why that is and being left for some time speculation to fill the gap myth role agreed to go but he never actually said he was happy to retire so a lots of the thrust of tci push has really been tryon ashley shed some light on this and of course as we reported a couple of weeks ago the suggestion walls that the board was unhappy with the way to eat managed the company to such an extent that they had a file that they let it be known that could be released with some critical information about mr reilly yes clearly it's extremely sensitive territory and what what the size of the file is unworthy contained is is one of the source of endless speculation and engulfing whatever it would be probably would focus on mr rothley's management style many people prays with other people have actually said it can be quite abrasive but that's not entirely a typical of a chief executive so quite what the lse going to come up with that would be out of the ordinary may will be a question that we never on the answer to all indeed that if a thank you very much.
"abaza" Discussed on The Voice of Healthcare
"And they will ask a question back are you seen glisters on your summer they don't know crown so the council much more interactive in conversation on content needs to reflect so that sorta thus practice answer there's technical realities of these technologies that also need to be addressed noise in the room the type of two vice itself that user might interacting with a lot of people have smartphones and you can interact with these lists assistance or your smartphone they don't have the same quality of microphones that you see in some of these new devices like the amazon echo is anybody who's worked with something like siri will know that kind of be right up front in close who your microphone your ocoee to siri we expect these technologies to continue to improve in the meantime they're just simple realities in what we're seeing which is sort of interesting is that the technology counted is starting to train us on even when voice who pupil are learning to finally know how to wake up your voice assistant by saying her name on echo or alexa and um in that that training is human happening with some uh older populations who might otherwise be technophobia can not willing to use on others smart onto tablets i was kinda like when we first got smartphones neon to learn to use the touchscreen swiped round uh we've eventually know most people initially khan wearing how to interact with their smartphone through this new interface they're seen a little bit of given tate when it comes to working with these new voice assistance now that brings up a good point made of plastic video recently with a young person i think uh four or five year old and they were handed a gameboy uh and i think a dating myself by sang getting a gameboy for my grandfather was like this amazing gift in the video show the child hitting screen and then looking up at the parent confused like why does it my finger do the thing that i needs to seeing this thing ninety abaza's reinstate it on my day somebody hold on i don't know if this is impossible story but somebody some kid young child holding a newspaper in trying to touch it the dinner a health.
"abaza" Discussed on WCHS
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"abaza" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
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"Omar gave it this is what he does so he does is higher than bamboos eight is higher it is basically the minus six starts yeah exactly so we're here where do you win on this one is one of my favorite movies of all time you're not just talking about dead this is easy i put this up there is like you know i'm a huge sports fan think s sometimes you get a story about sports that then again talks about the culture talks about you know are a a simple story of father and son needing to reconnect via the problem than and regret in life like it deals with all of these massive issues does it in a stylistic way that is so cool he is opposite a guy who is not an actor and and that is play intimately elevates him elevates it's one of the things he does best emily elevated every by it he's almost like lebron is far as abaza clara in that or magic johnson in that area everyone around the becomes a better player because he's there elevates everybody around him even in that conversation that j had with him he elevated j i l o that to jfk's he's not here right now but i'm sure denzel elevated jaein and and so i think you know it to me goes down as one of the great movies of all time i'm going to give it does what he does all share i have to go that hire you girls you know again i love a fan of his work i haven't seen every denzel movie bind the win like they're a bunch of great big movies they're just haven't seen but i will say that like you know the ones that we did talk about today are really special movies to me they mean a lot to me and you know i just love that has like a white jewish kid from st louis missouri i can connect with these movies and the things that he does it just shows that like and it's en it's inspiring to us on another level in that like his specificity as an actor is the thing that allows it to be the most universal and reach the most people is that he's.