21 Burst results for "Abaza"

"abaza" Discussed on Awaken Beauty Podcast

Awaken Beauty Podcast

04:58 min | Last month

"abaza" Discussed on Awaken Beauty Podcast

"Yourself versus alive a pro social life where you lie to protect someone else and so very simply to think of a young child you know. Did you the cookie crumbs all over the fake. no i. didn't that lies clarity to protect themselves. They wanna get in trouble. But what if the mom comes visible. Did you brother sister epic cookie now they lie. Then they're line as a pro social lie to protect their siblings And so this adult adult research to show that as know as adults women will be more likely to lie pro-socialist to protect someone's feelings even to promote someone. Push someone at goals agenda forward over themselves. But i wanted to see how far back this goes and so i worked. Three four and five year olds and the task was really simple Waste basket people bowls. And i set them up to fail. So i'm sorry but it's a psychologist. Does i love you guys. Listen put him in our room and have the cameras on. And then we get back to the ted talk sell fabulous but so they were set. Really far there's no way they're going to make these little baskets and of course you abaza turned in we give them a prize if they made so many baskets and we tell them not to cheat but then we have one of our researchers who they don't know is part of our team come in to do the same thing but they cheap based on big sandwich the They pick up the balls and just kinda crossed the line and so on and refund. The young girls would be more likely to lie. They own that adult didn't cheat it all versus lying for themselves if they did she. So we found that same pro-socialist. I present Oil girls i'll tell you we will always take one for the team was so so just love it so much. Well i wanted to. You know i wanted to share. Have you share anything else. That really That i missed release stuck out in you. Know this new book There's so many great different research studies and refrains. And i know there's one last thing that i was gonna ask you you. Share is is also going back to reframe of the three to one and the negative bias that we all live within how we can kind of reverse that as well. You referred to in the bonding chapter when i talk about the five to one. Yes and so on the three to one ratio is where for every negative thought we have in fact we say three positive thoughts and i say this to my clients to you know when they say. Oh i just. I don't feel. I can do well at were kobe. The statement but now you have to say three things that you did do well today worker this week at work and so always again like you mentioned a bit earlier just charging that language center of our brain we from research that the negativity bias as you mentioned is The brain and the optimism bias is located in our language center the brokers area so.

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"abaza" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

04:11 min | 2 months ago

"abaza" Discussed on No Jumper

"Daughter like man she was going crazy certain shit but we don't really show my kid like cartoons really we punk kokomo and once in a blue moon. We just played music for and i like. That's what's tight is the show that she freaks out over is like different like moseley classic rock songs but the other day the young thug. Npr concert in front of her show. Dancing the tiny desk thing. She was loving and then we were playing blink. Twenty two in front of her and stuff because that young vote thing it sounds like straight up. And i'm like my kid was freaking out. I'm like oh this energy. Her vodka are pop punk. Got plenty of poplar levin dude. Bro was so much of a fence about walbro. She went crazy for her more. Nah she just over. But at the time you'll see well i came out. Here's hi. I'll go mad christmas time. She says she josie washed up. I go to fucking mall. I went to at least four stores minding had merton no. She had merchandise deer a girl's clothing store. She had her own like bowls and cloves. Abaza year then. I go to target. She has fucking and figures and stuff and dawes and so i go to another store she has. I'm like this girl is fuck she's making. Here's the thing for crazy is like maybe a month ago is heading to adams house and around this area i fucking see gioja seaworld and her tesla which is wrapped. Thanks nosy dry in a bunch of guys over her part. I'm josie keep in mind. I'm like one one hundredth as famous as that's the last thing i would the the is i want i i was like i wanted to search josie was car just to make sure that was her car. I searched up. And i get an article literally from like a day. I think it was the day i saw her. Her car gets egged because people recognize recall. I subscribe to the hollywood fix on youtube and every day. There's a different clip of joe literally like getting out of her car and walking into a restaurant and it's three hundred thousand. It's so pointless. And i'm like i can't believe that there's really someone films this and watch it just to see her just walking for like ten feet. It's nuts honestly. Those those views are gonna go way up and like one hundred years like if he's still around. It's when i watched the old ardmore interviews where he's interviewing kurt cobain i'm like watching glistening is like wow this is old school ass shit you know. What did you thought about this before. Where he's like. he's like what i make content. Now he's like care about what people think about it. Now he's like what people are gonna think about it a hundred years two hundred years from now because internet's going to be around for a long time and just like you know people are going to see like oh stop girl who making hello bread at fifteen years old and twenty twenty one. You wanna watch this podcast. One hundred years now. Probably probably a lot of other podcasts. More than this one. But yeah i say i don't know i mean this is just like a random episode of the but that does surprise me that i'll see random episodes that i know got like a hundred k. Or one hundred fifty k. When they came out and like the first week and now they have like three hundred or four hundred case of people just ended up going back to random episodes. He always there. That's pretty crazy. Your podcast. I remember looking a yours. Awhile ago thirty forty k. and then on the interviewee. yeah after trump It was like a hundred fifty miles. A damn hello interview. It's so weird. How the algorithm will just decide to show it to twenty thousand people in a day and then it'll sort go back to normal. But when i when i put in my name is before music videos and everything now. It's just like like right there legendary. I mean yeah. That's once like old content. That's one thing you said to realize that like old content is epic as fuck. You really ain't gonna pee again. I hate you. He's every hour. What is wrong with him. I was like that too. Will join us gallon on every day. That's been ivan fallen off of that but yeah it's like nfc's the older it is. Cooler is the fact that like you know.

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"abaza" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

03:35 min | 2 months ago

"abaza" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"How about we do that when they're like five or six or seven years old still way before they're going to be sexually active. It's a good idea but is it all going to be stacked. So that's the thing. Overloading the body with with too much stuff. That was an issue for me. Why not spread it out. So that was something i took into consideration. Yeah i think it's a very valid point I mean you're you're putting something in your body that your body might not have a great reaction to for a period of toxic levels of what you can handle right smoke small people. How much can they handle right and why push it anyway. I think i you know. I think it's Just it's great to hear from you guys and we can have a healthy conversation abaza sitting out there whether you got it. Don't know or you're not gonna do it. we love you anyway. That's 'cause we have friends and people in our lives who are on all different sides of the spectrum. And i don't i value all of them for their their stance and why they're doing what they're doing. Most people can explain away why they are going a certain route know and if it sounds reasonable You know there's an explanation there then. I don't think people should have to explain their decision. Either though like It's kind of like. I don't know i think i haven't asked anybody. Have you get like i know. I know what you mean. But i but i'm glad you said that because i know that that has i've heard of like friends and like acquaintances people that were here having those conversations like well why would you. Why do they have to justify it to you. They made a decision. First of all. Why did you ask unless it was somehow lake. You know it. It was just a general conversation that you both are talking about. But for me to like justify my decision to samantha. Why or her to me. She doesn't need to. But i hear what you're saying and i agree with that. It's just it made me think of some of these other like. Wow that's kinda well. Some people and businesses and things don't want to be around people that didn't do it. they're acquiring proof for some businesses mandating that everyone has to get it right. So is it the white house and it didn't happen at some of them. If you feel like that if it's like okay well you're not vaccinated so i i can't come into the office now and i don't want chris coming to my place blah blah blah. But i'm not gonna put him on the microscope more. Why didn't you. That's his personal decision. I think social media is created this arena. Where now we kind of feel like we have the right to ask people. Why how come you did or how come you have make people force like. Why did they are. Why didn't they make decisions. They made a decision. We'll tell you what they said is right. I think i'll have another listening to what we think right. And that's exactly right. We do appreciate by the way we do appreciate it. Now it'd be the time knew. Hit that five stars. If if you have a quick moment maybe even write a review. We'd love to hear from your share. This conversation with somebody in your life that could benefit from four adults who who care about each other. Who are respectful of each other. Who all have different viewpoints and perspectives. On this issue and can actually sit for an hour and talk and not get all worked up and angry at each other satirist out for lunch today. we got our workout..

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"abaza" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

Fred + Angi On Demand

07:23 min | 2 months ago

"abaza" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

"It was that a little deep jeep my My my parents. My mom and dad got for him. Hall cod yeah kids so along the loudest thing i could possibly think of for which is fine. I mean i it. It's it's just nice to know that you know you guys got him stumping so it you don't have to it just you know i love that so i feel like my mom is the same way even as an adult. She remembers things and cares about things in the way that other people react. Don't react to things. That involve your amanda that i. I don't think twice about like it doesn't bother me that i didn't get a college graduation gift from xyz but it bothered her that my nanna would write checks for all these people and then they didn't like things like that like my mom remembers everything and i was going. I don't even fine like no but you know so. I remember but this is a person should remember. Yeah nice good. i'm not. I'm not the person that's gonna reach. I'll be like hey was actions birthday monday. You know you've like you forgot. i'm not. I want that person to see it on social media like a week later and be like oh shoot. I forgot and there was no gift. Either right now wasn't even like here's a toy for the kid right. I may not call. Because i don't know that he would necessarily know the difference but at least i'm going to show everybody that i remember. It's not good. I saw kaelin. Yes dear blogs so a lot of people have been asking if i did end up taking my sister to trippy read mr read. I was calling him to embarrass her all night. I did take her. I took my little sister bella. I took her friend. Lauren and two of my friends because i was like. I'm gonna need help with these girls. So first of all i was a nervous wreck my friends for like. I've never seen you this. Because i had somebody else's kid in my possession Made me very nervous. Did you love them to partake in any kind of no. No no but i did allow them like my mom had wanted me to like be with them the whole time and i was like. Am i going to do that. I'm not going to be a jerk so we got like. It was outdoor venue in michigan. So we got lawn seeds and all of her friends were in this like ma situation. I know i know these tmz. I'm telling you so on so i did like. She was trying to lose me the second we got there. She's very much my sister. Her phone was on eight percent. She trying to lose me. I'm like find your friends. I need a look all of them in the and tell them i'm here and then i'll fall back and she's like oh i don't know where they are. You can just hang back. I was like no no she at one point ran away from me. Luckily her friend was more responsible. But yeah so. I just looked all other friends and i was like i'm here. You know no funny business. Little boys there like young boys wearing like playboy shirts like they thought they were. Just how many of them had perms all my it was. It was something a lot of juuling and vaping bleach tips on news. Yeah and i have never felt so old in my entire life like i. Oh my god. I just read mr so my friends. I ended up getting wasted. And you know whatever the house they were doing. So i was watching the two young girls and then my two friends and i was like literally driving them home in. They're like donald. I was like. Oh my god. I can't wait to be over like my friends got sort home. That was me. And i gotta drop them all off. I was seriously like i was like shit more the grownups or the or the kids probably join us and then he was. I put him in the back with the girls. Because he is chatty and he was back there like what boys do you think. We're i'm just like you guys. Like i just can't so i am old Mr rod you know you put on a show. Kids were climbing the rafters. I don't know if you si- plus abaza. Yeah just climbing up. They're doing it for the graham visit to me this week. I think another just to make sure that might have thought is next in the money. Why were you waiting by the phone. Good morning and so. Let's hear about This woman lexi Tell us how you met and about any dates that you've been on it and what's going on right now and how we can help I met a few weekends ago and You know we were chatter up. Got her number and We you know we we. We hit it off right away. I took her out for drinks. And things got a little. You know ic- and we went back to my place and she spent the night They w- she was pretty incredible. This is good. This sounds good. This is the kind of i want. Chemistry connection was that spicy spice spicy sees. This wasn't you know wasn't hook up to for me I'm really. I'm into and i wanted to take her out again. And she's to ghosted me. I cannot get a hold of her all right. So you've reached out. I take it. You've texted called whatever and she's not responding. Well this is our specialty. So we'll call This woman lexi. We'll see if we can get her on the phone and we'll ask some questions for you. You'll be on the phone with some point. You're welcome to jump in whatever's going on. Hopefully we can straighten that out for you and this set you up on another date and pay for that okay. Great thank you to play one song and come back. We'll do it. Let's find out what's going on for two of waiting by the phone three minutes from now after doshi kiss me more fred. Show one all three five three five kiss. Fm chicago's number one. He busy station. It's the fred show. Enzo all right. Welcome back it's call lexi. You met a few weekends ago You went out. You had a great time back at your place you go. There was spicy. That's how you describe it. There was some spice going on. You guys hooked up. They had a great time. You've reached out for another day. She's not responding. You wanna know. Why is that pretty much it all right. Well let's call her now. Good luck hi lexi. Lexi good morning is fred for the fred. Show everybody's here from one or three five kiss. fm and chicago. I'm started bother. But i do have to tell you that we are on the radio right now and i need your consent to continue with our calls. Okay and yeah thank you. I know it's weird. But i'll get right to it We appreciate your time. We're calling on behalf of a guy who says he went out with you name. Enzo okay what happened with him because we just talked to him a second ago and he described a really good date said he had a great time with you was into. You said things happen physically and didn't get into too much detail. He called his spicy So i don't know what that means. But whatever and he was hoping to hear from you again but you're not responding and he wants to know why so what's going on. I mean i.

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"abaza" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

03:46 min | 3 months ago

"abaza" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"We need less fuel but more protein. Yes but more party. That was in what i was reading. But that's something to keep in mind for anybody who's getting older. We don't need to eat as much food. So let's say you've been maintaining on. Let's say you're someone of course you know. Neither of us recommends counting calories. But let's say you're somebody who has been counting your hours for decades. You know exactly how much you're eating and now all of a sudden you're eating the exact same number of calories and you're slowly gaining weight. Is there something wrong with you. know that's just. It's normal for our bodies to need less energy less fuel as we age and so if you're postmenopausal and you find your way too slowly creeping up even though you're eating habits have not changed. My point is that they might need to change. You may need to eat less food at boy that's annoying to hear and understand. I don't want to hear that. I don't wanna hear that. Now that i'm fifty two. Maybe i need to eat less food. That's no fun. I wanna eat more food not less food. Thankfully though with intermittent fasting one of the things i love about it is with the shortened eating window you to eat more satisfying even gets less food. It doesn't feel as much like less food because you could eat more of it once. It's easier to eat less food than the eating window that throughout the whole day absolutely but i just want to encourage people that may be in the same stages mirrow or older than me to understand that. Oh gosh well this. Just a fact of life that may be. I'm going to have to eat a little bit less food. As i get older than i could eat when i was in my forties for example. And it's okay. I'm not going to be mad at my body for changing in the way that bodies change exactly. Shall we go on to our next question. Yes all right so the next question is from julie. The subject is sleep. Sex drive and sweats. And can i just say one thing before we even read it before. We even read what julie has to say. That subject line sleep. Sex drive in sweats is paramount applause in a subject line. That's all i'm gonna say so. Let's just hear what julie has to say but that really flows nicely with what we were just talking about all right. So julia says greetings and melanie. My name is julie. i'm a fifty one year old high school special education teacher in michigan. I'm five four. I'm pretty active. I walk for miles five six days per week and bike fourteen miles at a good pace once a week during our non snow months. I'll do some light lifting. But i'm inconsistent. I'm definitely going through. Peri menopause and was approaching my one year with no cycle. Then bam at a week cycle and may twenty twenty one and then you have to start over again for people who don't know yet because you're not quite at that stage of your life you've got to start the clock over again. I remember being exactly where you are julia. That and like being mad sounds like so excited that time was progressing and then bam cycle and you have to start over really and then you have to wait a year before anyway. I just had to throw that in there. That's really frustrating. It is what it is. I keep mentioning. Stephanie estimate but she talks about that a lot. In her book lake she talks about the vagueness surrounding defining perryman. Abaza menopause those basically just like this counting game and that it's very vague in any case so julie says cheers to me. The count starts again and start iro angry face emoji here. My questions are coming. I stumbled across. I f and your podcast last summer. Twenty twenty when. I was trying to job a few pounds before my son's wedding..

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"abaza" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

08:15 min | 3 months ago

"abaza" Discussed on The Product Experience

"So you're used to dealing with people or you have experienced dealing with people anyway as potentially the most stressful moment of their life and one of our former guests jan abaza has green line about. You know what's really hard about managing product that product management is managing people and relationships more than the actual triaging technical decisions. And things like that. And you know. We give nicknames different kinds of hard stakeholders yumiko them hippos and seagulls. Zebras and things like that When you're dealing with with people who are challenging personalities and trying to change the with the dynamic. Is there anything from your background. That gives you a john handle. Yeah i don't know if that's an edge. But i you categorize people. I don't know that categorize me the exact same terminology that you have I haven't interrupted her in so a drawing back to nine one one days inevitably at the busiest storm. Possibly you know. There's a tornado warning or something busy snowstorm. Something bad is happening. you're very busy. There's a lot of activity happening throughout the municipality and there's always the interrupt that's going to call because there's a raccoon on her porch or there is a loud siren outside for fire emergency and that person isn't interrupted. You still treat that user use. The user has nine alone system substitute that user with respect. You still have to address their concerns. You still have to file a ticket whether it be in the backlog or an actual ticket like. That's still input that you have to decide so having empathy for users is extremely important even when you don't want to hear what they have to say like if you're a very busy on something else that interrupters the last than you have time for but you also have to understand that that user still matters they may not be your primary user. They may not be used. That you even want to use your product but at the same time they're user anyone has access so you have to treat them as such a now. What sheriff voice you give them and how you know how you prioritize their needs. That's a different activity But again i think having that empathy. I'm able to scale that across across the board and understand people's motivations really bring it back to the product making sure that decisions are being made for the you know the whole of the product. We're trying to moving forward leading with that lens in an by my last trick. If all of that fails. I've always found donuts. Good solution. I will always reference. A doughnut must donuts. Ask about donuts Currently have one of my clients. Every friday and our presentation we do a status. I put a different donut photo in every a client status just to kind of keep it. It's a highlight. it's a hallmark. I feel like i'm serving value. But i digress. I feel like there's a euphemism that people will hold onto if like there's a record on the Whenever a requirement comes in this really just like not necessary right now. The interrupted the raccoon on the porch. Or i would have This lovely woman i. I don't want to give her actual name. I pray that she still fine. She would call every single night at eight o'clock on nine one one and she would just cry and a clearly. There was some mental fragility. There she would tell you stories from the forties and fifties in her life and things and she would just be sobbing. I think missing family. Or what have you and all she wanted you to do was tell her that you loved her and she would say thank you good night and then she would go to you hear from her until eight o'clock the next afternoon so that user also exists so your regular user that just has a very self service very easy to solve problem even though it's on repeat so that's also a different type of user. So what are some at the other ways in which he noticed. Similarities synergies between at products at nine one. I think with her. I have to answer this in a different a couple of different ways here. I think where they're different is what i really liked about nine. One one was the unplanned chaos. There will be some nights where you would work for twelve hours. You would take one breath. It was sheer panic. Sheer terror and like just. The worst of the worst things could happen. But you couldn't wait to go do it again tomorrow. And so that's that's the same for me like i can't wait to make product decisions tomorrow. I'm excited to know. What are we solving. How can we fix this problem. So it's a different level of anxiety. Admittedly the different level of of temperature. Like like i said no one's dying but but you know making decisions in actually collaborating on something in solving a user's needs through some action at. You're taking it doesn't have to be a critical episode. It could be a very small user feature but really working through with your teammates and your client team truly understand the best way making a decision that maybe someone else couldn't see or a pattern that doesn't exist that you're working to strive for clarity on like for me. That's the same thing you're you're at the end of the day. You're helping your users by providing some clarity or some service that they can then be enabled to get help. Find clarity whatever it might be for them. So something else. I've noticed That's a bit of overlap. Is Back when i did. My very brief. Stint people had to find coping mechanisms of how to deal with the stress of doing their job. And i meet a lot of product managers who feel the same way you know that that all the responsibility on the power problem of representing things but certainly being able to to drive. Everything are there. Is there anything he's learned about. How the distress. Just you know how to turn off at the daily. Leave the job after job. I think that was the most important thing again is a nineteen year old working at nine one one. I heard the literal worst of humanity. And i heard people in their darkest time of need and i took that home a lot. I took those voices home. I took those actions home. I took that that home with me. At some point you have to stop. You have to realize that you've done your best you major decisions. You provided the hell. You've you've answered that so for me. In product decisions get still lead with. No one's dying today. Like that is a thing that i get to say. Because with my product decisions no one is going to die whereas before. That wasn't always a certainty. There was a very real chance that someone was going to die. When i was doing my job. Not for lack of anything untoward. Just that's the nature of that type of work so for me really understanding at the end of the day. The worst thing that could happen is your feature doesn't work. Your website doesn't launch. It's okay it isn't it isn't ideal clients might be mad. Your team might be disappointed. There might be some financial issues that your company has to deal with but it's at the end of the day it's a website it's a feature. It's you can log in jira in it tomorrow. So i think just keeping it really honest to yourself with how relevant that needs to feel. Yeah you can be yourself up for making a bad mistake. I think you should learn from mistakes. But i don't think you should take it home with you. I don't think you should be thinking about it tomorrow. i think instead of dwelling on it. How do you fix it the next time. How do you fix it right now. How do you learn from this. I think actually sitting with that understanding. Like how. How would i handle. The situation. differently is what i try to do. Sometimes it takes a minute if old that were human. We all have that But i think really focusing on the positive and what you can learn how you can be better prepared to hell that next time because again no one's dying. Is it as simple as that. I mean in terms of you. Put it in context. You make a decision and you give yourself permission to relapse once in a while but try and get better or is there are other things like doing education doing other things that really make a difference as well short while my first coping strategy is definitely doughnuts. I think i've mentioned.

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"abaza" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"abaza" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"There's people that need to help solve this issues or natalie challenge so the there's opportunity surrounding all that is going to be hard struggle for some people Abaza tuition for others And i think some people are gonna come out ahead because of what they saw in in the issue at hand so But i think what you're doing is is awesome. You're putting out great content. You're helping people with with. The books are putting out and With just sharing your knowledge I think it's great. So we can with harry go check out. His website is a nelson What hardiman dot com artem dot com. you can check him out finally on facebook instagram We disconnected unlinked ten so Check him out there and I'm sure be happy to have dialogue with you. Chat with you answering questions you have. And of course we need his help reach out to him and his firm and i'm sure they can help you out so Harry thanks so much man. I really appreciate it. It's been a great conversation and Just look forward to having your upstate up on the website here soon. Now thanks for having me on kevin really a pleasure to be with you. A great great great chance to talk and I'm grateful for the opportunity to thank you absolutely all watching. Make sure you learned a couple of these things from harry and if you need any marketing assistance reach out to us a ray law dot com will help you out to be a rockstar. Like harry here so For watching thanks so much vol- taught you soon thanks..

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"abaza" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

04:09 min | 6 months ago

"abaza" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

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"abaza" Discussed on Des Ondes Vocast

Des Ondes Vocast

02:10 min | 7 months ago

"abaza" Discussed on Des Ondes Vocast

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"abaza" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"abaza" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"abaza" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Latest forecast from a train heating and cooling weather Center on news radio 700 wlw mostly sunny skies today in the tri state with a high near 79 Mostly clear overnight Tonight your load down to 58. Partly cloudy for your Tuesday could see some rain in the afternoon with a high of 73. It is 55 degrees right now, news of service of a E Door and Window and the Life Center Organ Donor Network. More high numbers reported Sunday. The Ohio Department of Health Reporting for 1005 141 new cases of Cove, it 19 over 300 Hamilton County alone. 11. More people have died statewide. Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir says the spread of Cove in remains rampant in his state over 1100 new cases reported yesterday. And it's not just here either. Kuroda virus case is surging. Across the country, the Johns Hopkins Covert tracking Project reported. 1.1 million Covad tests 103,000 cases 57,000 people currently hospitalized in another 462 people who have died from the Corona virus. That's the largest number of cases reported on a Sunday ever and did not even include California. Across the country. Nursing homes are also reporting surging numbers within facilities. Researchers at the University of Chicago reporting resident deaths more than doubled last week from 318 to nearly 700. That's Dori Aldinger reporting a big announcement from Pfizer this morning. They say late stage the trials of the cove it vaccine that they are developing is showing to be more than 90%, effective in preventing infection so far. Health experts in Ohio, meanwhile, warning that no gathering is safe. This Thanksgiving Cleveland Clinic, Dr Joseph Abaza says there is a serious risk of transmitting the virus. No matter how many people are at the dinner table. His advice is to be careful and limit the numbers. I don't think you'll ever regret being extra cautious in the middle of a pandemic. The regret can only occur if a loved one gets very sick as a result of your gathering. Hamilton County commissioners say they will provide guidelines this week on how to proceed through the holiday season amid the ongoing pandemic. Cincinnati police investigating a murder that happened over the weekend 54 year old Roberto Williams shot to death and paddock ills. On Saturday. No arrests have been made. Anyone with information should call Crime stoppers at 35 to 30 40 FC Cincinnati season is over. They lost their season closer yesterday to Miami to tow one. They finished the 2020 season in the last place with a record of four foreign 15 The forecast these coming up next. There are lots of great deals to take advantage of on veterans Day you might start things off with a free coffee. Thank you have a free burger. Finish with a free ice cream sundae. It's great.

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"abaza" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"abaza" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He takes office for fighting a virus blamed for 237,000 deaths and nearly 10 million infections in the U. S. Pandemic. Biden blames in part on the Trump administration, ignoring science and abandoning the American people. That plan will be built on a bedrock sides. Will be constructed out of compassion, empathy and concern. SOCCER Megane Washington As the United States closes in on 10 million cases of Corona virus, words of warning for the upcoming holiday season, and Thanksgiving is just about a couple of weeks away. Sounding the alarm this morning, W. B C's Drew Mulholland tells us the experts believe family gatherings this year. Need to look a lot different, and it begins with Thanksgiving. No gathering. It is totally safe. And Dr Joseph Abaza with Cleveland Clinic says in the long run coming together for big holiday bash is just isn't worth the patients have had have been other family gatherings like weddings gone sick, and there's just been a tremendous amount of guilt that's left on the people hosting the event, and he says, Yeah, you might get away with your normal gathering. But playing it safe is the way to go because the regret comes When someone gets really sick, true Mo Holland W. B C. Boston's news radio Alright It's 7 33 Monday morning. Let's get moving Traffic and weather together. We check in with Lori Grandi first and look at the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes, Mr Jeffrey Q. Brown. We still have some delays on 1, 28 north and South out of the Wakefield stretch the problems we had that earlier car fire by 1 29. It's clear, but it did do the damage. Same deal. Good crash That's slowing the ride Ruth three South at 1 29. In Bill Rika. Very slow moving traffic there. 1 28 north. Actually, 95 north is Tevis. Now through Canton approaching a pontiff street to 93. Let's get a check of 93 with Chris Neck in the Mob franchise Road report. Laurie looks pretty good. Leaving Southern New Hampshire this morning on 93 South found if you're heading all the way down through 1 28. That's about 18 minutes overall. Another 12 minutes or so to get into the Somerville stretch, But you will start to see brake lights down around Assembly square. A lot of that's waiting to get on the lever it down. Wrap Kristen AC in the Monterey Insurance rotor for it. Yeah, that down or it continues to be very tough force, in fact, still dealing with an earlier crash that was slowing the ride on the ramp to Fenway Coming off a story, Dr Eastman Still tough is well. Northman Expressway granted after Columbia Road Sat outside is OK. Laurie granted NBC's traffic on.

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"abaza" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"abaza" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Sure about your Thanksgiving plans this year due to the Corona virus, a big family gathering. How about a small dinner with just a few friends and relatives? No gathering is totally safe. Cleveland Clinic Dr Joseph Abaza says there's a serious risk of transmitting the virus, no matter how many or at the dinner table. His advice. Be careful. Limit the numbers. I don't think you'll ever regret being extra cautious in the middle of a pandemic. The regret can only occur if a loved one gets very sick as a result of your gather Derek Dennis ABC News with fears of another shutdown ordered because of searching covert cases, Kroger is going back. The putting limits on the purchases of certain kinds of products grocery store chain doesn't want Another run on paper products and disinfectant or the limiting those kinds of purchases to two per customer. Since a police investigating a weekend murder 54 year old Roberta Williams shot to death on Paddock Road Saturday night. No arrests have been made. Anyone with information should call Crimestoppers 35 to 30 40. Here we go into the jeopardy round on Categories are as follows of liking Jeopardy. Host Alex Drew back has passed away at the age of 80 the matter most to jeopardy for more than 30 years, says his interest in trivia got him fired. I'm a summer job that he had in Cincinnati years ago, Rebecca told W. CPL. In an interview from several years ago, His mother was hired as governess by a family in Cincinnati when he was a teenager. He says he worked for a while taking care of the garbage and a large apartment complex. Trebek says he would pull out of the garbage old magazines of people had thrown out. And and sit around and read them when he was supposed to be working, which ultimately led to his dismissal news radio 700 wlw Sport Bangles, I think 225 and one Bangles get ready this week for the undefeated Steelers, who they battle Sunday in Pittsburgh. More tonight on Bengals light at six or five right here on 700 wlw. Monday night. Football. New England up against the Windows New York Jets at 7 30 on ESPN. 15 30 College Football. Cincinnati Bearcats, rated seventh in the nation is weakened both The Associated Press and Coachespoll MLS soccer last night in her Miami CF defeats FC Cincinnati and the season finale 2 to 1. Build Edison 700 WLW sports. Give Dad a gift. Abel mean That's not a word. Yeah, listen, every gift a bull's yet Mr Prince Song says it right here. You know, when you give someone a gift that's so utterly thoughtful, so accustomed to them, so meant for that person that they couldn't possibly think about parting with it..

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"abaza" Discussed on LIVE From The Dean's Den

LIVE From The Dean's Den

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"abaza" Discussed on LIVE From The Dean's Den

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"abaza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"abaza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In many cases actually sort of bringing it to AH new generation of listeners. I'm John Schaefer. And on this new sounds program in the next hour, we'll hear a couple of examples of genuine Ethiopian music from the time period but mostly will be listening to what's happening now. In places like France and Belgium, Netherlands, Israel, Australia and here in America with musicians who have fallen under the spell of this singular moment. In Ethiopian musical history. Let's get started with the great Ethiopian singer Mahmood Ahmed. He was my introduction to this music back in the mid eighties when one of his records from the early seventies was reissued on a Belgian record label. The album is called Mella Mella. And we will hear the title track. Then we'll hear some of the current generation of Ethiopian singers, eh? Ah woman by the name of men Yes. Shoe, which is her real first name, the only names uses professionally. She lives in the Netherlands but was born in Ethiopia and her music often includes very contemporary Western pop sounds, Neo Soul and R and B and hip hop, etcetera. But also songs like this one called Zarei that clearly hearken back to that time period of the early seventies, and then we'll wrap up the set with a band from Belgium called Black Flower. And a song from them called Abaza, Becky Co. Which has one of those so called limping rhythms where the rhythm isn't steady. I mean, it's it's steady over a couple of bars of You know, two plus two plus two. But then suddenly a bar three gets thrown in somehow, without disrupting the kind of dancy flow of the music. So that's that's from black flower at the end of the set. Let's begin, though, with one of the great recordings of that so called golden Age of Ethiopian pop Here is Mahmood Ahmed with Mella Mella..

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"abaza" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"abaza" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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Spend Time in Nature

The Rogue Muslim

05:17 min | 1 year ago

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.

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Spend time IN Nature

The Rogue Muslim

04:39 min | 1 year ago

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,

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"abaza" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

06:00 min | 3 years ago

"abaza" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"W F T L. Stay connected. Batchelor show. My colleague, Bob. Keeps the website guy. The black very good evening to Bob to you all returned immediately to commercial space shepherd, Bob that is blue origin. It's been hard to follow this story because blue origin. Mr. Bezzaz is creation is not as press release happy as SpaceX what is new shepherd's mission. What is the significance of a test flight could evening to good evening? John new shepherd. Well, Jeff Bezos started out with new shepherd as a sub orbital. Tourists. Capsule. Basically it's designed to to placate Alan shepherd's. Very first flight that's where the name new shepherd comes from. And it's it's got a boost to stage and a capsule, and that's all it is. It has one engine. They have done a total of ten test flights, including the one they did this week on the four test flights with the the new shepherd crafts that just now it is reusable that first crash they built they did six flights with had to do some replacement of parts, but then retired it and they've now been doing upgrades on the second new shepherd craft. And so this week they did their fourth sub orbital flight I've got actually video of the whole flight on behind the black. If you watch it. This is designed for initially tourism. They haven't said what the price is going to be a ticket. They say they wanna do manned test flight before the announced such a thing. But what they have been doing recently they've been selling. Space on the capsule for science payloads, and they had like eight NASA payloads on this most recent mission. So the thing even though it's being tested right now. Are they making money on it? And so this is nothing new Glenn rocket, which is the orbital crash. They're building this is this suborbital. They way ahead of virgin, galactic. Having started way way behind virgin galactic in that. They have actually flown a multiple test. This test flight got up to sixty six miles which is father. And it's not the first time they've done. It's about the time. They've gotten into space and that his father than virtual few with its unity spaceship to which has managed to get up to fifty miles one. So between these two companies that's competition and blue origin is well ahead. Bob Abaza's, his style is not does not to an -ticipant not to renounce ahead of time to just do it is that continuing. Yeah. That's basically what they're doing. They are selling. Celine as they do now much more than they used to in the early days. They wouldn't even have a press release when they did tests. And they'd only let you see it after it happened. Now, they make the livestream available and they've got a an announcer dad who sell the whole project, really hard. It's actually almost annoying. How much he sells it? But nonetheless, they they they're very careful not to talk too much about what's going to happen. But to do what to talk about. What is happening and sell it in that x rocket lives making money rock has lab. What is rocket lab? And who's Pam? Well, this is rocket lab is the leading rocket company in the small set rocket company rates. That's going on right now, we've talked about vector and virgin audit. Wh who should hopefully have their first flights opened up fights this year? But rocket lab got it three overflights off last year. And they were anticipating they did a month. Launched in November and December, and they weren't tissue baiting going monthly in two thousand nineteen with these small sat launches well. They have announced that their first launch in twenty nineteen isn't going to happen until February late February. In fact, already a little behind schedule not really a big prize. But the key is that that contract is that launch is going to be a dedicated launch for DARPA. The military's research agency, obviously Doppler must have moved in. And they have other customers all the contracts on their launch manifest, but DARPA most moved in willing to pay a premium to jump ahead of everybody else to get the first launch. And this is part of what a lot of the sauces in in the small set. Rocket industry are telling me, which is that the military has gotten very very very interested in these small set rockets because every single one of them is designed for fast, deployment the ability to suddenly sign a contract. Act and get something up in the evercrack. And this is something the military's been trying to get done doper, especially trying to I'm trying to get done using the big space companies like Boeing for decades, and it hasn't happened. Well, these companies are making it happen. And I mean give you an example vector vectors rocket is driven around on a truck. And the truck is it's launch pad. Literally, you give them a concrete pad. They parked the truck there, and they can make the rocket upright and going that's really that's really appealing to the military. So anyway, that's a rocket labs guide says contract, and hopefully mas- the year goes they will ramp up into a monthly launch schedule that's supposed to then lead to twice a month. And so they will be soon maybe launching more than anybody else in the world of his close, right? Nasa NASA is planning.

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World Food Programme urges US to reconsider Palestine funding cuts: civilian impact horrendous

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07:30 min | 3 years ago

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?

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Commandos in helicopter stage daring prison break of notorious inmate

Gary King

04:15 min | 3 years ago

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.

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