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"abusir" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"Would that man claim the tribute of patriotism who should labor to avert these great pillars of human happiness these firmest props of the duties of men and citizens the Mir, politician equally with the pious man ought to respect into, cherish them, he and many of the other. Founders believed that wall religions should be free should be free to worship not worship believe in not believe he also believed that it is vital to a society that is based on self governance. He knew that men and women are are not good on our own in Bright Alina our passions that get the best of us that we actually need to ascribe to a higher authority we must follow. God. And his law to live peacefully together that is what many of the founders believed. John Adams said the same quote we have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion we are seeing right now a populous that is unbridled by morality and religion, and he says that we don't have government armed with that kind of power avarice ambition revenge or gallantry would. Break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our constitution was only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other. He of course, is absolutely right out when you don't believe our rights come from a creator when you don't believe in a supreme more law giver than we are all our own gods, our own arbiters of truth. In erupts in first anarchy and then tyranny as the people power claim to be the only ones to be able to tell us right and wrong and to be able to reign in what they call are less desirable attributes and beliefs. I talk about this in my book. This is the effect of making ourselves our own God in replacing the God of scripture with. God of self of. Placing ourselves on the thrones of our lives we make ourselves arbiters of truth, and it leads to chaos not only in our own lives but also in society as a whole when you take God out of everything, we begin to deny the very existence of objective reality like human biology to into making for it ends in chaos, which again in up indeed and tyranny chaos odd anarchy that leads. A tyranny are exactly what the founders wanted to avoid. They trusted people. To, be free. In their relationship with God, but they knew that faith and morality that comes from that relationship was necessary to function as a country Let's talk about section six of the constitution quickly, no religious task for any government office in the United States. I you can't require someone to ascribe to a religious belief system or denounce a certain belief system to hold office. Now, this has become a trend unfortunately especially recently among Democratic senators to ask judicial nominees about their religious. Beliefs senators commonly Harrison Meaty Hirono targeted judicial nominee Brian Byu sure. He's a Catholic during his confirmation because of his association with Catholic charitable. Organization. Knights of Columbus according to the Associated Press here where some of the questions the nice of Columbus has taken a number of extreme positions said, Mr Renault Hawaii Democrat citing the group's opposition to same-sex marriage. If confirmed, do you intend to end your membership with this organization to avoid any appearance of bias miss? Harris. Asked Mr Abusir..
"abusir" Discussed on The View
"Welcome back the swarming crowds on Memorial Day weekend. Made it clear that people are in a rush to get back to normal? So right now, one of the leading voices on the corona virus is here with a reality check about the risks of opening or reopening the country please welcome infectious disease expert and author of deadliest enemy our war against killer germs Dr. Michael. oester home. So. First of all welcome Abusir back in two thousand five you like many. Folks like yourself scientists people who are looking. said a pandemic like this one was going to come and that time was running out and that we needed to prepare for it. So now that we didn't prepare and the grim milestone of one, hundred, thousand deaths in the US has happened. Is there any end in sight or are we going to be living with corona virus for a long time? I. WanNa. Thank you for having me. Let me just say to put this into perspective were not for the second of the night indicate, and that's an important concept. Keep in mind if we talk about being prepared or get respond about five percent of the US. Population Day have been infected with this virus some areas like New York City naturally higher across the board about five percent. This fighters will not slow announced France motion intelligence about sixty or seventy percent of the population infected in developing some immunity or we get back vaccine that had published that same year seventy percent. So we have to understand with all the pain all it suffering Dow. And Economic Disruption we've had to date were just beginning with this. We have understand this is going to be many many more months what we have to deal with. Dr All fifty states have reopened at least partially at this point, and now the number of new cases are on the rise in approximately seventeen states, which is concerning but yesterday Dr Fao g sounded pretty optimistic and said that a second wave in the fall is not necessarily an inevitability. Do you agree with that? Are Sooner put out a document several weeks ago, looking at general scenario from that five to sixty or seventy percent level on how that might occur. This is a grow buyer is not a flu virus, which is the past experience we've had. been largely around flu. So. In a sense, we're not sure how do that sure has economic within virus today and in those that document we have three different scenarios might have it was Akwa. Virus again with no experience, maybe it'll just be hostile ican ballot of this kind of what we're seeing right now is happening where we see hotspots like we're seeing in south. America right now in Africa. Some areas of the United States or maybe just what I would call basically a slow burn where it just doesn't go away but it just stayed. Third option is the one that concerned very much and that's why I'm we're based on historic data for ood pandemic. We see I lay off last two or three months geographically it's the spurs but not heavy in any one area. Occasionally, one city might have more cases than another and then it goes away literally those Dharma we don't know why we don't know. What happens to it and we go through two or three months quiet everyone thinks how we won and then it comes back with a vengeance in that second way as what happened in the eighteen and so we far right now in uncharted earthly, he don't know what's going to happen I worry if we suddenly saw the decrease faces that would action signal maybe Wires that may sound power intuitive I don't like cases. People to get sick or die but I surely don't want to see. It looked like a flu virus experience because that the devastating come late summer early fall. Doctor, we saw the crowds gathering at pack beaches, pools, this Memorial Day weekend, no mass, no social distancing people from the now infamous party at the lake of the ozarks have been asked to voluntarily self quarantine for fourteen days. But still how far back does this type of behavior set us I know I've been very concerned about the the behavior of so many people who don't seem to realize just how deadly this disease can be. Really doubted in perspective we have to understand that in fact. Nothing has done what the viruses done since nineteen eight. And if you look back, you'll see that eighty five days ago. This conceive without even the top seventy five. Last month a number of days it was the number one hundred. Per Mad so you're right. This is a huge issue. The challenge we have is we're going to be an old trade see Matz our more how we gonNA respond we can't be in lockdown. What we actually out what does people high risk? I'm happy to report that they're very little evidence and outdoors activities posted anywhere near the same was indoor activities so that somehow we can't lockdown for eighteen months. We can't the same time with this from Willy Nilly. So we're all trying to figure out how do we help guide? Through this and and I worry about seeing March balance together. Right now, I would also were if I saw out in the case of started route because it would go to the point that I just made split. Fires. And so we're on shared surgeries in. We've gotTA figure it out and we can't accept the fact that this guy go away. It's not. Yeah, that's very important and today news came out that six feet may not even be enough to stop. Enough distance to stop the transmission of that virus. What are your thoughts on that? I actually agree our center has. been promoting this issue of protecting yourself as the key measure that we all can accept. The check. Assam. Degrade five of business in Texas but we can protect ourselves. This libraries has a very major component of transmission called Aerosol. Every time I speak I'm taking little hundreds of thousands of little tiny microscopic drop they're coming out of my mouth until in this world if you want know Mirasol looks like think about the last time you saw the subway I mean your house and you looked in that sun being all my I would thus be house those are floating of same things go into a department. Store. Your four miles away and smell perfume that's an aerosol. Every time we sweet that happens if you're in my office serve me right now in these speaking for a couple of minutes early air assaults here. So it is more than sixty however the closer you are someone and the further away get the risk dropshots fanshawe an outdoors is much less than it is indoors where there are the virus stays in rooms and it's only changed with the chain of doors of win of the movement air itself with disobeyed. quickly. That's why being or right now is one of the safest place to be. Well. So we're GONNA come back with more with Dr Home we come back..
"abusir" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Laurie London. The Trump administration is ramping up pressure on Venezuelan officials who remained close to embattled President Nicolas Maduro NPR's. Michelle Kellerman reports new sanctions and other actions are meant to force Madero from power. The treasury department is adding six Venezuelan security officials to a sanctions lists accusing them of helping Madero block US aid to the country US envoy Elliot Abrams says the State Department is also revoking dozens of visas duro supporters abuser violate human rights steal from the Venezuelan people or undermine then as well. As democracy are not welcome in the United States. Neither are their family members. He wouldn't say exactly how many Venezuelans are losing US visas or name names Abrahams calls this an ongoing process, adding that the US will continue to take appropriate actions against Madero associates. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the State Department at least twenty five Afghan soldiers have been killed defending a military base in Afghanistan's Helmand province, the interior ministry says twenty terrorists also died in the attack this morning from Islam about NPR's Abdul Soutar has more foul spokesman told NPR around one hundred foreign soldiers were killed in the attack. But Deborah Richardson is support spokesperson asserts, no American or coalition troops were killed or wounded in the attack. It comes a day after us special Representative of one is STAN reconciliations and Eliza described this week's talks as productive. Abusir Todd NPR news Islamabad. There are calls in Israel for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to step down following a dramatic announcement on Thursday by the attorney general that he is likely to indict the prime minister in the coming months on charges of corruption. But as NPR's Daniel estrin reports from Jerusalem Netanyahu is vowing to remain in power bitten who's main political rival of former army chief says Netanyahu cannot effectively govern. Now, he says if Netanyahu wins reelection in April, he will not join his governing coalition that would narrow Netanyahu's chances of building a stable coalition Johan unpleasant of the nonpartisan Israel, democracy institute says Netanyahu should step aside from a moral and ethical standpoint. It's very undesired outcomes. Did a prime minister continues to serve under such severe charging Senator. Elizabeth Warren running to be the democratic nominee for president denounced Natanya. President Trump praised him Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem at last check. The Dow up sixty seven points. This is NPR from news. I'm Brian watt female inmates at a jail in Alameda County say they are subject to cruel nighttime policies in federal court yesterday. Lawyers for the women at Santa Rita jail said constant light disruptive safety checks in early. Wake-up mean detainees are not able to sleep for more than five hours per night. Lawyer Yulon to Wong says the procedures are contrary to a rehabilitative mission. If.
"abusir" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Are secure as they've ever been. And we can make sure that we invest ports of entry. So this shaver made security, but but I believe that it is time progressed. Ten to eleven million undocumented immigrants here the democratic led house Tuesday voted to end Trump's declaration. But the president says he'll veto any effort to stop his plan in northern California. At least one person is dead and flooding in Humboldt county further south in sonoma's county, water levels are still high and thousands of people are under mandatory evacuation orders along the Russian river from member station. K Q E D Danielle Benton has more that's floodwaters slowly recede. Officials say Friday afternoon is the earliest cinema county residents can expect to return to their homes. An estimated twenty six hundred properties have been affected county. Supervisor David rabbit says this emergency following on the heels of the wine country wildfires year and a half ago is taking a big toll the county is still reeling from the wildfires in terms of resources that we did a back of the napkin estimate on this particular event, and thus far is about twenty five million dollars. A state emergency has been declared which will make additional funds available for recovery on. Unfortunately, more storms are on the horizon for NPR news. I'm Daniel Vinton, incidentally, county and world financial markets. Asian markets higher by the closing bell. The Nikkei up just over one percent. The Hang Seng in Hong Kong up just over a half percent. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. The Afghan government claims to have repelled a Taliban attack on a military base in Helmand province this morning. NPR's Abdul sitar has more from his Lama Bod of land. Gummer sources story NPR that Ford off the taxpayers have been killed while the forces are choosing the other six, however, the Taliban spokesman's abuellah's strongly defeated that claim saying several militants have engaged. American troops killing tens of people present via the attack comes a day after us special representatives. Zahed described the Doha talks which started on Monday as productive talks are scheduled to restart on Saturday after a two-day break Abusir. Todd NPR news Islamabad, then as Whelan's ambassador to the United Nations. Samuel Moncada Kosta says the US is using humanitarian aid shipments sent to the Colombian border to disguise an attempt to overthrow the government of President Nicolas Maduro, and he says reports of Venezuelan defectors forming a Liberation Army and Columbia are entirely made up. Check it for yourself. They are planning a clandestine operations against right now at the same time. There have talked about humanitarian efforts at the same time. They are stealing our money. This after two opposing resolutions were rejected by the UN Security Council on Thursday. Crude oil futures are trading higher at this hour of about about a half percent at fifty seven dollars forty nine cents a barrel. I'm gene herbs. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the pew charitable trusts, celebrating seventy years of serving the public. Learn more at pewtrusts dot org slash seventy and the Kresge foundation. Ed, Kresge dot org..
"abusir" Discussed on Connected
"I cannot remember the name about obscene. I'm like these these app that allows you to install tweaks like jailbreak tweaks without a Jake brake and that also uses the certificate actor all kinds of apps that apple will not approve the app sorta using this system to circumvent releasing stuff too. Humor's? And I guess the problem is not necessarily that, you know, people wanting told these kinds of apps on you cannot control people want, even if it's questionable content, and there's always the solution of well, you can just you know, if you wanna recent emulator, fry US like providence, for example, it's later for Nintendo games, which is super legal but sue people wanted, and so you can go to get hub and the source code and compile yourself in solid on your device. This is what I do. I've done it for the apple TV are done for the ipad only for the iphone. But I guess the problem is when these, you know, these this method of using using it hub an ExCo, of course, as a high barriers to entry for most people and therefore developers use certificates and that is wrong. So I don't know like apple will never be able to fully prevent people from installing software that doesn't come from the app store, that's unrealistic to imagine. But they can probably do something to to make sure that people do not Abusir tickets this way. But I've seen people say all. Oh, apple should just outright preventing salaciously software. That doesn't come from the app store, and that is a silly proposition. Because the developer Shen need to their software by installing locally. There will be no there will be no apps, right? It doesn't work like that. The problem is abusing certificates. That is the only problem not the fact that you can side load software on your device it works if you are one person or two people making an app, right? Like, you can just do what you need to ExCo. But if you're a big company like a Facebook or Google or Microsoft, right like these applications assent too much much larger groups and you can't have like every Monday. Everybody lines up of this person's desk phone. Cannot work that that's that's that's why the enterprise certificates exist. I mean Like like. apple already blessing new certificates. But then something's going wrong. Maybe they need to be reviewing them. Maybe it's as simple as that. Like, they have somebody that reviews. The applications distributed by the ticket. I don't know what it is. But whatever it is that doing right now that this isn't this, isn't it? I don't know. Maybe that a certificate is being installed on fifty thousand is is maybe something's wrong there because who has fifty thousand employees. I mean, it's possible for big. I would be surprised if some of these apps reported by tech crunch the Don have multiple hundreds of thousands of years. Yes. And like there should be a flight. And if it pops up, right like if you don't know the name of that company, then it's bad..
"abusir" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"And then the lightning round is over. Are you ready? Here. Let's go to Alexander in New Jersey Alexander Peru. Jim thanks for taking the call. You bet. They wouldn't you think about this armored transport company that moves cash and they're getting into moving cannabis now Ezio, it's Brinks. What do you moving money to canvas stores? Okay. Listen, I think this brings down tickets the I thought it was great quarter. I think the stock is a by reason wherever it's really good. Christopher in California clipper. Away from your thoughts on sangam for flukes event. Several medical stuff from the past few also. Keelboat for unified on curious. What was the one? I'm sorry. You know, what I look it's a great spec. I mean, it really is member has disappointed before. But I do agree. It's a great spec. Let's Damian in Florida Damian how you doing man I still record on the eve Yar, man. The. Well, you stumped the chump man Email. I don't know that one six six his for treks tricks is for kids. I don't know. Let's go to Dame Eleanor grave. Grave. Apart from overcoming the fool of Corey double throwing arkie I'm doing well. How you been? Well, I'm trying to get over this thing of alshon Jeffery visited elementary school in Philadelphia who still terrific, and I'm so here for state, what's up, what's in your mind. Jim I stack today when that you really dressed at one market Dublin headquartered bed product and PT gay. It's a total winner and BT stock is up free. I say would start being bought and here it goes in. Dave, I want to be the first right now you and I'll ever gonna wish Regina Gilbert Abusir happy birthday 'cause we're gonna be all birthday is. And I know the Senate, otherwise if we were opened for trading. That's Jennifer know-how, Jennifer. Hey, Tim, Jen. Your life on to do with the autumn down. Thirty percent of all position. It's missed three of the four quarters and it Newport's February seven. Yeah. You know that was his situation. It had a great CEO. And after we just can't go there. Let it rally little then Ron sorry. I mean, it was just to our company, but I I'm not in birth getting. Let's cut Kristen California. Please chris. Road. You're doing. Oh, well, I guess how are you? Calling from those California located investment in county. What's up? Hey, so after the more contempt December two thousand eighteen took the opportunity reposition some of my holdings in by basically traded by your own plot stock in Kiev. Collectively were today that all right? Well, there's Hansel stocks. But the winning particular I'm ball and ask you about. Yeah. It's called the GW pharmaceutics via form. I mean, I look I gotta tell you. I thought that was all the we will cannabis fluent around that these guys would not be recognized. But the stock is coming back member. They are the ones that Dr skipper spot is the poor uniform amount of cannabis and that is not devil the cannabis companies. So I can understand why that stop you go hard here. Let's go to Ross in Virginia. Ross. Hey, Jim, we love your show, my wife, and I are both the best is in the market. We love your show most we appreciate what you do for folks. Like us, you're put money to work. So thank you. The big eagles fans Gobert so Okany as a kid as a kid growing up in Michigan. I as Chemical Bank and trust now chemical thank for tell me Jim today. So plus my invested in chemical thing. I don't know. I gotta do work. Sorry, be stumping ago, the facts of the banks have been so painful, I can't just say. Yeah. Your point. I can't. I mean, I I was struck. And I gotta take keeping scam. Two percent of what what was okay. I mean, that's not what I wanted to see. Let's go to Anthony New York. Anthony, they recalled slowly through two guys. I just talked to couple from California. They really got the junior. What's going on? On the listen thankful with specialty EPF often in a in twenty thirteen men who had all rents and company co founder gave the brain on your show that that that companies for nothing that are high out in monthly give.
"abusir" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"We're looking forward to in January twenty nineteen on the eighteenth will be opening if Beale street could talk which is the latest film from Barry Jenkins Oscar winner for moonlights and based on a story by James Baldwin. So we're really excited for that. Lou twenty working on these days continuing project is sort of being Facebook and someone for marks oilfields questions on mocks. Oh, foles do keep coming in. And I'm trying also in that same. Area to get myself ready for all you commentary for the exile, which is showing signs of life. It was screened at Walter Reed theater. One of the best theaters. The on the big screen, which is one of four spectacle, film like that. Yeah. So I'm hoping that'll come it'd be the last one for me to do and they Merican foams and Cam, what's the latest Abusir? I've actually been trusted ended a video for an art installation. That will be coming up in January. But I can't give too many details because I'm not sure of the participants for one thing. I don't know if this is gonna air before after so doesn't really make sense. I'm just laying guys that know that I'm not a good for nothing L. Okay, involved in something you not a gave out again about I try to get about as much as possible. Not totally useless. And I expect I will be on an upcoming episode of the projection. Okay, good. Well, you will be on hair next week for sure. Well, thanks again guys for being on the show. Thanks.
"abusir" Discussed on WTRH
"It's going to be a great year complicated, but great people make it overly complicated, actually, the complication. The president talked about is the debate over border security to have a wall as part of border security, and we're working on it. We are now a week and a half into a partial government shutdown House Democrats released their plan to reopen the government without approving money for President Trump's border wall this morning. The president tweeted the problem is without a wall. There can be no real border security. The president also tweeted a happy New Year's message to everyone including the haters and the fake news media, Ed Donahue, Washington. The Catholic church blocked US bishops from taking measures to address the clergy sex abuse candle because US church leaders didn't discuss the legally problematic proposals with the Vatican enough. Beforehand that according to a letter obtained by the Associated Press, the blocks vote stunned Abusir Veivers and other Catholics who were demanding action from US bishops to address clergy, sex abuse and cover up a US citizen arrested in Moscow for allegedly spying was in town for a friend's wedding that according to the family Poland's brother says that the morning of his arrest. He had taken a group of the wedding guests on a tour of the Kremlin, museums and he had been in touch by text throughout the afternoon. But the last time anyone heard from him was at about five pm, and then he failed to show up that evening for the wedding. And this was quite alarming. That is Lynn berry reporting a Russian spy charges. Carry a prison sentence up to twenty years State Department says there are pushing for counselor access to the detained American three people stabbed on New Year's Eve in the.
"abusir" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And see what's going on hoping that in the very near future. We'll have an internet active map available for the community to look at. So that they can get the information they need and hopefully alleviate those concerns ficials say this week's wet weather has helped suppress the fire. It's now ninety five percent contained at one hundred fifty three thousand acres peninsula, congresswoman, Jackie speier is asking the boy scouts of America. For more information on how the group plans to crack down on sexual abuse guy. Marzorati? He has more the boy scouts have come under fire in recent years with hundreds of lawsuits, alleging sexual abuse of its young members speier and eight of her house colleagues are also concerned about reports of the boy scouts political lobbying specifically efforts to block stay bills that would increase the statute of limitations for Abusir Veivers to come forward. The congress members are asking for details on how the boy scouts prevent and report sexual abuse. And they also want to see if the boy scouts are planning additional safeguards for twenty nineteen when the organization will allow girls to become scouts guy. Marzorati news. There's more at news dot org. I'm Brian watt. Support comes from Oakland international airport with new flights to London Paris, Barcelona and New York fly the East Bay way from oh AK support for NPR comes from American universities co God school of business committed to business being a force for meaningful change through graduate and undergraduate degrees mission driven. Curriculum and a hands on approach more at Koga dot American dot E, D U and the listeners and members of cake. CD have some Friday morning shopping to do for the holiday season. Well, let's find out about traffic.
"abusir" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"One zero three one WGN y. The fake news media is not my enemy. It is. The enemy of the American people one hundred percent what the media, I I'm glad you finally quoting it correctly. I think some of the coverage Abusir, and I've said it on the record is biased. But I don't think that there is bias. But the idea that you call us the enemy of the people calling you I'm talking altogether. Don't understand it. We're all together. No, no, no. I'm not calling you. The New York Times we're in solidarity. Curling fake news fake reporting is what's tearing this country apart because people know people like things that are happening. And they're not hearing about it. I think the president doubling down here is the right way to go. I don't know why he would back off of this. There's a lot of fake news out there that this this notion. This is the central the central problem is this idea that the mainstream media does not have an insane. Obvious problem of left wing bias. I just I'm not going to get past that anytime soon that is the truth. It is reality, you know, the same way, and it's not because only liberals want to be journalists know, they've created an echo chamber, they enforce it like a country club with arbitrary regulations and rules and enough is enough. And it's all about they talk about power and structures. The journalist power structure is controlled by libs controlled by the left. Then Trump got into a little more on that interview. Where he well. He said some things about. Admiral mcraven, and Admiral mcraven was the commander of. What was it joint special operations command during the operation that killed Osama bin Laden, so now people are saying and Trump said something like I wish I wish we'd gone bin Laden's sooner which true, everyone, which is we got bin Laden sooner. But it's is clearly meant to be a little bit of like, you know, that guys. No, he's not perfect. Nobody's perfect. Let's calm down. And now there's a lot of pushback against Trump because they're saying navy Admiral mcraven is decorated his career military professional professionals professional within the special operations community and all that stuff and the GOP from its official Twitter account shirt. Earlier today that worth noting after recent comments retired Admiral William mcraven was reportedly on Hillary Clinton shortlists for vice president in two thousand sixteen. He's been critical of President Trump even dating back to the twenty. Sixteen campaign. He's hardly a non political figure. A couple of thoughts. I mean, first of all nobody that stepping the political arena is beyond having their ideas, criticized period, full stop. Okay, nobody. Now that doesn't mean you should be disrespectful the people, but everyone's ideas and assertions should be open to challenge and criticism. And and that's a fundamental part of what makes this country this country. But when the left does on the Democrats do this thing of oh, Trump is so disrespectful to the military. You'll notice that there's there is a pattern here the pattern is that people. Go after Trump he goes back after them, and he doesn't consider and he and he tries to punch back twice as hard. He doesn't consider there to be off limits areas. The way that other people would now you can tactically disagree with that. I think a lot of you probably do a lot of you. Probably don't depends on the specifics of the case at hand. But whether it's mcraven or mcchrystal, I mean, there are a number of these guys were very highly regarded former military, and they have been critical of Trump and ways mcchrystal was fired for being critical of Obama actually wasn't really him was his staff in a Rolling Stone article they were quoted as being critical of Obama what they said about Obama fire recall was mostly true. We had no idea. What the heck? He's talking about knew nothing about the military. Did nothing about the intelligence community. All of that was true. But Obama didn't like that. But you look at some of these figures, and you said yourself, okay? I mean, they're stepping out and they want to battle with Trump. And when you battle the Trump, you're you're dealing with the man himself and mcraven statement, by the way that the biggest threat to our democracy is Trump saying the enemy of the American people is perhaps the greatest threat to democracy in my lifetime mcraven road that just goes back to this. Another thing about the, you know, the threat to democracy from Trump. This is a delusion. I don't care what somebody did before they're saying this they're wrong in saying this Trump is not a threat to democracy, it is hyperbolic garbage. There's no evidence for it. The only evidence is they don't like his comments, but comments are actually a part of democracy. 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"abusir" Discussed on My Black Friend
"But yeah, I would go down to be scheduled five. I would take quite. If you look, I don't know, schedule five, not necessarily a legal. So let me see schedule file. Just read the description. So we know that labels the lease addictive substitute substances. Most scheduled five substances involve preparing the drug with a small quantity of some narcotic. A common example is cough syrup substances have very low potential for use. However, the substance misuse to a large screen, physical or psychological dependency could belt. I don't even know if marijuana counts as a five because being there's no like evidence that it being misused to a large degree like would create any physical or psychological dependency. Yeah, that's that's how ridiculous it is like it doesn't even meet the criteria for a schedule five. But cough syrup does. Right. So I would I would put Quayle's down to two or three. I'll say to, I don't know enough about it. LSD is a schedule one. I keep that on there. Because because you can buck yourself up with a bad LSD trip. Ecstasy. What is it now? What is extra to see now? What do you mean? Oh, it's a schedule one schedule when I leave this alley, right? I might go one or two on that. And then also the last on the schedule. One list bath salts and I leave battled on there because someone where you get bucked up and you start eating someone's face. Yeah, there's no, there's no benefit to doing basalt get the fuck outta here. Where's Molly? You know it 'cause it's not going to be called Molly, so it's going to be under something else that we'd have to MDA. Well, we would sell to me to know what the broader category of it is scheduled to has methadone. I might move. Method owns what we, what we hear about all the time with like people getting addicted and everything like that as big. I mean, I think I move. I think I moved that up to schedule one. Oxycontin. I believe that morphine codeine Fenton all as the kill Michael Jackson dimmer role? Yeah. Some of that's fine schedule. Three has Vicadin. I've had bike it in and I didn't think it. It wasn't anything special. Yeah. I mean, obviously you can abuse it. But I mean, I don't know. Win misused these drugs. This is scheduled three when misuse these drugs can still lead Abusir diction, but they are still listing. All right. See ya scheduled threes, fine. Tylenol with codeine. Anabolic steroids have had tunnel coating dania really liked those. See I had biting vitamin, but I took it in the prescribed dosage or I would just take like one at a time. And I didn't. I didn't feel like I took it as a pain reliever, and I've been feel like I really noticed anything. Schedule for has annex Soma somos. I've always I've never taken zanex data five. I never taken any kind of sleeping medication, and I really want to zanex is really Danny it relax. That's what I'm taking on my flight to LA. What is the big there's people were talking about? I saw it being discussed today. There's some line in Drake song where he talks about taking is at zanex. I think it's one of the newer songs because people were it was at somebody mocked on Twitter was like, oh, Drake, city took one. And I want to say it was annex Drake said he took one zanex and fell sleeper, thirteen hours. And I was like, this is your all boy and everything like that. And then somebody else like Ambien Morton's somebody else like re tweeted. It was like it was like it was like, we're out here, making fun of people for not being drug abusers or something like that. I was like, that's that's where we're at now. Yeah. Yeah, I wanna say Drake, Xanax lyrics. Yeah, I don't know, but it was something like that. But yeah, I, I need to. I want to try like I need to try something to knock me out for a night and I want to check it..
"abusir" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls
"To a partner like that someone has been abuse yes definitely one of the one of the hardest things or trauma survivors is win do i go disclosed do i disclose are they have absolutely no filter and they they share too early and i think both both are kind of examples of inability to maintain closeness in not understand either kind of pushing people away our self sabotage so when it comes to people who are you know girls who are in relationships and they're trying to side okay window i when i disclosed this thing i think if it's in levying safe trusting relationship then that's you know that's when you wanna start slowly broaching or something something terrible happened you know we can find the language we worked together in finding the language to use based off of the relationship with the partner in even having you know apart the partner come in you know whatever works for the person in a relationship but i think having the relationship be safe trusting relationship is key at helping them articulate figure out is this a safe trusting relationship which again will go back to their self esteem and being advocate themselves so things we've already kind of worked on in session so that they know okay this is an example of an appropriate relationship but i want i could see myself going further let me try to make strides for like intimacy got it so even if they came in thing like i'm having intimacy issues with my partner you might walk them back to like the kinds of things that are leading to the intimacy you would necessarily just jump into like okay this is how you could do x y z better you would encourage him to maybe have some conversations about safety in the relationship in is this partner even good partner for you based on you know your trauma history because a lot of times trauma survivors kind of they end up repeating the pattern of abuse unwillingly so what seems exciting and this is the perfect person while when a break down they actually have a lot of fear and so the fears what's driving them and it's that's not a recipe for trusting in safe relationship if we have a lot of fear so helping them to kind of alleviate that fear and making sure the relationship is is one that is positive in healthy then we can go into okay how do we bring this to we talk about this how did you handle it when you when you do disclose and you can't you can't control the person's reaction so how do you kind of manager own feelings around sharing because that's also really big and you wrote up interesting point jessica wonder if you can say more about the whole idea that sometimes abusir veivers will unwillingly reenact those patterns of abuse would that look like what does that mean try to get to giardi but it's my curse but you know we all stood have his powders from childhood and you know the brain likes what it knows you know doesn't do novelty very well like put things in a category nets individuals on orch initially when you fortunately forth unfortunately fortunately when you have these traumatic experiences it kind of say like a rewires the bright so you're more sensitized to those types of to those types of triggers so you end up getting these relationships because they're familiar and you kind of your body knows how to respond to something that's the million it doesn't know how to respond to something that's not familiar so it's it's the really strange thing that okay this person is a loving caring partner for me and that actually making me feel threatened in scared so i have to push them away it's it's totally illogical with that's what the body does it so you have to really actively work against that to to to make the changes you're not reenacting you know previous traumas in and things like that so that's kind of like the short condensed version of it it's really really tough for people is that unfortunately it's just something familiar your body knows how to respond to that even though it's not it's not healthy yet and i don't know that we often hear the jessica's i'm glad that you pointed that out because i would imagine that that is incredibly freeing for people to hear sometimes right dead you know sometimes they feel like okay i keep finding myself in.
"abusir" Discussed on Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists
"Not always got a great track record about i remember in fact colin pillinger greg calling pillinger at the university say you may remember me from the failed mission to mars all the failed sample return ship yeah in fact as it turns out it appears that we now know the beagle didn't actually crash knew that because camera telemetry but the imaging it appears to be that just to the last flap of the deployment mechanism didn't open which is such a terrible shame but in terms of rival at the earth if you want to decelerate your spacecraft to match the earth's orbital speed that means you have to take a lot of fuel with you in that means a lot more fuel at launch and it makes emission very expensive so what all these missions do high abusir has already done it stardust mission genesis mission and these two taking the same process that they fly in on the plan trajectory the probe is released from the main spacecraft and directly the atmosphere to speed of twelve or thirteen kilometers per second and is decelerating by friction in the atmosphere just like a meteo coming down and when the speed is fisher lower than a parachute opens in this case and they come down on a parachute not all missions have done that we were involved in genesis mission hadn't experiments on it which was to measure the solar particles coming from the sun and the idea there was that they would have a parachute which would release close to the ground and they would catch it with the helicopter unfortunately they didn't.
"abusir" Discussed on Le journal de 7h00
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"abusir" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"abusir" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
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"abusir" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
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