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"adama" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

02:09 min | Last month

"adama" Discussed on The big d zone

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"adama" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

05:22 min | Last month

"adama" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

"So fad personality quizzes adama dozen usually harmless And sometimes even helpful but rarely do they find themselves so integrated into christian circles as the room has in recent years. Now guys listen to this and don't get upset you know. Let the holy spirit You know let the holy spirit Impress upon you to tell you the truth so anyway says for the uninitiated. Any graham is one of those personality. Rubrics that categorizes people to nine different tops from their reformer top in one to the peace maker type nine. The nine types are arranged on a circle with lines drawn through the center connecting different tops to each other. In addition to your top you also have a wing quote unquote which is another top. You tinted lean toward with any personality. Rubric we should be careful with the temptation to pigeonhole ourselves In others into boxes more on that later but what makes the integral more. Relevant topic for examination is as weird relationship with the church particularly in evangelical circles and before that catholic ones so christian book dot com sales in aesthetic hard bound book titled hearing. God speak a fifty two week interactive india grim devotional so other titles like the for beginners christian god who understanding your top for a god centered up if you ever see god's center jesus interred get away centered. They're like little keyword that you need to be listening tape listening for you to watch for this kind of stuff and It's gonna tell you you know where this is heading. It's not in a good way. A personality test in and of itself might be interesting and even for some in seem sillier others and there will be nothing wrong with that. But christians especially those who imbued the ground with a spiritual significance should know his history in his limitations. Before giving it the pulpit. Absolutely so where do the ideogram come from. Contrary to what you might have heard integration is not exactly handed down from ancient christian monks. One of the key players in the crystallization of the ingraham was richer. Roar a franciscan priest who authored the any graham a christian perspective in one thousand nine hundred nine. The interim has rusen several wisdom traditions including christianity. Judaism in islam roars. Website says seven of the ninety graham tops or associated with capital or deadly sins which originated with the desert fathers. That's hardly strong link ashley. Rose website admits The grim as we know it today. Traces back to the nineteen sixties when offer..

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Capitol Hill Insurrectionist, John Sullivan, Paid $35,000 for Capitol Hill Video Footage

Dan Proft

05:39 min | 10 months ago

Capitol Hill Insurrectionist, John Sullivan, Paid $35,000 for Capitol Hill Video Footage

"Thanks, Adam. I want to talk about your piece of American greatness, which I think is really interesting. And the headline is is the corporate leftist media rewarding riots? Tell our listeners about that. How is the corporate leftist Media rewarding whites. Okay, so there's been a fascinating crack into the behind the scenes. What's going on between this kind of pipeline between Social justice warriors and the corporate media? And this has come about because of guide by the name of John Sullivan. Now, John Sullivan wasn't organizer for Blom and aligned riots and demonstrations. In fact, he's previously been arrested for playing a role in a riot which somebody was shot that Motors was shot for trying to just pass from intersection in Utah, and he's giving speeches denouncing Donald Trump. But somehow he found himself in with that strong that penetrated the Capitol building in January 6 and he's accorded everything and as he was recording, he recorded himself encouraging the other riders to the Capitol building down to break down doors. He even recorded himself confessing to breaking a window. Then when he's that we've done with the riot. He went to several media interest, including CNN, ABC number of other interests, and he sold the footage of the right the right that he helped direct the he participated in It is he encouraged. He sold these the footage and he got a lot of money for it. He got $35,000 from CNN. I think he got another $35,000 from another major network. When you put them all together, it probably runs somewhere between 80,000 and over $120,000 just for his footage of himself helping to direct this this Capitol Hall that even had only just just cause you for a second, Adama, five. Might. It just kind of emphasize that point, So here's a guy he's a left wing activist disease. An anti trump activist. He's got a violent history participating in riots. He goes to Washington on January 6 and he's one of the people you know, doing this riot that everyone tells us is being carried out by pro Trump partisans. Certainly not true in his case, and he films himself, he films the riot. He films himself, encouraging people to burn down the capital. And then he goes out and Mainstream, allegedly mainstream news outlets like CNN and ABC. Hey, him sums, adding up to something like $80,000 to reward him. For his part in this riot that they they all say they're so appalled by. That's just astonishing that the circuits getting better, eh? So he actually he filmed himself. One of things he filmed himself doing was intimidating to Capitol police officers into abandoning their posts so that the crowd could continue past that door. So after after he was done with this, his brother recognized, got the name of James Sullivan recognized him in some of these videos that were released on the news, and he turned his brother into the FBI. So finally the FBI goes to this. Then the interview of he'd missed everything freely gives the FBI access to all the videos and the U. S. Attorney ends up indicting him. Or pretty much the same crimes. But all these other trump supporters were indicted for, but there was an important difference. The Trump supporters were typically given either very high bail or held with no bail. Number of are just being held in prison with no way of getting out while they await trial, and it could take a year. It could take two years to get to get to trial. So you know, I mean, it's pretty terrible sanctions, but this guy John Sullivan. He was let out at any bail. He was just let out on his own recognizance. And then a zoo conditions of this freedom is free freedom. He was told not to engage in his activities that he does for a company he founded, called Insurgents USA. He immediately violates those restrictions, and the government comes back to court and said Hey, he violated his restrictions his conditions of release We want him taken to custody. The magistrate judge's reaction to this is to say Well, the restrictions are too tough. So instead of making them post a cash bond or taking him into custody She relaxes the restrictions. It's a swell you can continue getting on social media and saying what? Pretty much whatever you want. You just can't organize any violent riots. But he could, you know, do he's free to do whatever whatever he wants beyond that, So you know, this is idea and journalist ethics that you're not supposed to pay people to create stories. But John Sullivan, one of the reasons he is being allowed to do this is he's made the case to the court. Persuasively was persuaded the court of this, but this is what he does Insurgents USA. The business model is he attends these riots and these violent events and he gathers hot footage of it, and then he sells it back to the networks. Of course, he has an incentive to try and stir things up and make things a little bit more exciting, then that's exactly what he did in the capital. He encouraged people to commit very serious felonies. And, uh, when he was arrested, they basically just let him Wait for trial without without taking him into custody. It's really it's really an incredible story. It really is. And then and then, when he gets caught identified and caught, he actually gets preferential treatment compared compared with the other riders, the ones that he was urging on. And as you say he actually helped to get others inside the Capitol building by intimidating to of the capital guards. That were the regarding one

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Sweeping it All Away

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

05:19 min | 1 year ago

Sweeping it All Away

"Morning. You hope your old dame well can you hear thumbs so great. Excellent now so again. Yeah hope you're doing well. With the the covert and everythin- and anything else menu lives just a big. Thank you for those of you really help with fundraising that that really has been touching thank you. We really helps us get by through all these difficulties when it's very difficult to raise money so thank you very much and today i wanted to come another case and this is Case twenty eight of the blue cliff record. And one of the reasons i i picked. The self is a little bit like remind us the way that we did a few weeks ago but also this is why nonsense who was the feature in particular call on basically loses adama conversation with another teacher so it just shows you know. You don't win all the time. And it also highlights some of the some other aspects of the teach him so last week basically. We're just talking about that aspect. To wonder of wonders. I o beings the great earth of the wisdom virtue of the awaken one to us. Of course it's The traditional robot hat sued This this This week The seventh beer eight isn't the eighth being. Let's see tuesday. I guess that that way. So it's important to to reflect on the buddha's on the buddha's life and teachings so wonder if one does i o beings the great earth are the wisdom virtue of the awaken to thus snus and what we tend to deal with more importantly as because var upside down views. We've failed to see it. You know usually the grassi's green elsewhere. You know people things have a better time than than we do. That is always better. Better places to practice in the place that i stand so i mean you can fill in. You can really fill in the blank as to why it isn't like say the awaken life for the buddha's life if you wish. So we're we're more dealing with the socal relative aspect of our own lives the set right from the beginning. So can we swallow somebody else's words in many ways Better not to that a to see for ourselves in in whatever way but it's also important not to rely on our own stories quite often the stories we have about ourselves and our our own life not reflective of reality. This reality not that is fixed. This reality is occurring now wherever we no matter what would do and then the thing is can we really take that teach in the comes on a momentary basis or do we want another one. That may become in lighter so anyway i'll bring up the case and obviously it's tied in with what i'm saying right now not mind though. Buddha miss this got no preamble straight into the main case nonsense cooled on masta. Yakusho navan jaka. Joe asked have the sages. Since time immemorial had a teaching they did not tell anybody nonsense said yes yakhio said. What is the teaching. They did not tell anyone role waiting for the answer. Now and he nonsense said it is not mind it is not buddha. It is not a thing k. Jaka joe said you said it. Nonsense said that's all i know. What a what about you jaka joe said. I'm not a great Zen t cherry data. How would i know whether it has been told on out. So he's he's having a bit of fun here now. You got to see how he says that to him though to could be sarcastic could be could be praising any any way like that nonsense said. I don't understand yucky. Oh said. I've already told you too much so The zen master zim buddhis- nev- a helped people harrison. Why are we doing this. Zan masters in buddha's never help people see kaz past and present run as if racing

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Celebrating Burger King's birthday

CNBC's Fast Money

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Celebrating Burger King's birthday

"We are celebrating a birthday tonight. Furger king the home of the walker turning sixty six years old today on december fourth nineteen fifty four. The first burger king franchise restaurant opened in miami florida restaurant. Brands international owns a fast food brand trading under the ticker sr the stock hopping today but shares are down this year about five percent. So are you sinking your teeth into this name. Tim see why now. You're a fan. Mel first of all. If i gave you one word to describe the king and i do mean the the the mascot not necessarily the franchise i mean. What would you say. Creepy creepy gaining exactly burger. King has had a few different lives going from public into private to being purchased by by. Us bottom line. Here's at thirty one times. Think fast food is is actually been a beneficiary out of kobe. King for all sixty six years is actually looking kind of interesting here and over though. I'm long mcdonald's. And i think that's the preferred play from it by the way we wanted to know we being myself and the crack staff here last wants to know how creepy the king has been over the years. I mean it's been a sixty six years so with back in time and we did some research there's a current king on the left and you can see. He actually started out quite cute. In the one thousand nine hundred sixties. Get him sitting on top of the burger and his little sort of colonial outfit. Grow your top picking fast food here. So i would go with. Tim's with mcdonald's is well. I wasn't shake shack and i think that shake shack. Ken move a lot higher from here. But i had to sell it to make room for some of the other names that i that i am in but it is worth noting. That guy adama had his tenth birthday in burger king. The first year they were open. So i think that kudos to him gray call break call on his part. I will say it looks like is building a base and is ready to break out as well though. If that's your if that's your pick your poison. Another guy dombi favourite. Not even here

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"adama" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"adama" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"The back garden. Listen Let the song from the recompense. You tell me you wanted to stay like this in show something that YouTube it has nothing to do with the meat you movements on the recommended has nothing do with the Doubling quartet composed of mono Edge Larry and Adama, and you can feel it. It has to do with something that we all do Our At least I think we all do it. And I'm ready for it to stop because God is it mortifying and maybe nobody else even thinks about it. Let me give an example of the YouTube movement wide need to stop thinking like after my workout this morning. I like to park between my gym and public so that I can work out. Walk to Publix, get my stuff, and my car is equitization between the two. Remember to first go to Publix Way didn't get the requisite chicken wings to bake this week. Get the greens and the pineapple I need from a smoothie. Forget Shia seeds for like the third or fourth trip in a row. For some reason, we got always repeats on. I go to the checkout lane staffed by a very helpful, unfriendly gentleman. Asks me the question. They always asked. You find everything you need. And then I always ask why you hiding something. Oh, and so then he gets done bringing me up..

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"adama" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"adama" Discussed on KCRW

"I think I got me another priest. Adama, are you taking him? Oman? Thoma is like really see myself signing noted they going to notice this guy's money. All of it. You gotta go has got the blueprint. Sanity bother him to he a part of his blade in this as much as God is my witness, Mama Gold in the morning and Miami making now mark in autumn when I'm coming, More shines more diamonds if it's worth it, But nobody ever said this should be perfect. Stripping mix. No strengthening makes no strengthening. Think of it. I mean, I don't admire me like I have great heights like a tower. I'm like you paid a price. I ain't got the probably Andi. My respect Not to be a nice win around my neck is like a bee trying to see me down Valin paint on them. I used on my crown. My radio on the ground. I'm like, I'm just getting started. But if they don't it's not a head in this bin upon Wayne. God, a God who became unit on Gotta gotta come with me. Goingto may notice never late, And I'm a different type of this bottom bun for saying this is what I mean, when this is what I really mean it when.

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Nebraska players' lawsuit seeks to restore B10 fall football

The M Zone

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Nebraska players' lawsuit seeks to restore B10 fall football

"Nebraska players are now suing The Braskem players. Parents are now suing the Big 10 conference. For not letting their their their sons Play football season. So on top of that, Go ahead. So the actual story coming from ESPN eight Nebraska football players on Thursday father lawsuit with the big 10 seeking to invalidate the leaks, postponement of the fall football season and to award damages. The suit, filed Thursday in Lancaster County District Court alleges that the big 10 is in breach of a contract by not following is governing documents under which athletes are third party beneficiaries. So that is the story coming out of ESPN. Ah, by way of Adama Rittenberg.

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"adama" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"adama" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Some more breaking news. Um Adama Calvi, who covers the Brewers, Uh, just tweeted something out and Adam and I have gone into a little spat in the past. So that's why I have been on my timeline. But Adam says Brewer's players are meeting in 10 minutes to discuss the status of their game against the Reds tonight. The entire sports world might stop tonight. I mean, this is this is what's being discussed here. Baseball players are now Listening and seeing what the MBA is doing and having their own discussions about how they are to proceed. Now. I think it's important to note this. Because there will be people on the other side if the Milwaukee Brewers and the Colorado Rockies And Whatever team other teams are out there tonight. The Avalanche and the stars. If any league or team decides tonight that they're playing, that is okay. That is okay. Because one of the things that has been so frustrating to see it during all of this. Is that the people who still choose To stand for the anthem are being vilified. They should not. The right to protest the rights of boycott is the same as the right to not boycott. Or not protest. And I hate that. We're in a point now where we can't be to each his own. We can't be about that. It's either you all have to stand or you all have to kneel for the national anthem. What is that? That's not what this is supposed to be about. So if the MBA decides being Predominantly black league, although I would say that One of the things that's come out of this time is that those of us who are not black need to try and support The black community a little bit more. So I don't want this to maybe a black sport white sport type of thing. But I am okay with the MBA, not playing tonight. But I am okay if the NHL does play If Major League Baseball continues with a full slate of games, that is okay too. The NBA's Message that they're sending will resonate. People will talk about it. And we'll have these discussions. We absolutely will. But if Major league baseball place tonight, it's okay. It's okay that they're playing. If the Brewers and I guess bringing up the Brewers is not Perhaps the Best example because the Brewers like the Bucks, Near Kenosha. This is a local thing for them. But the point here is if every sporting event tonight Is postponed. If every single one not just the ones that involve teams from the state of Wisconsin. That's okay. But if the if the Milwaukee teams don't play And everything else goes on. That's okay too, and we shouldn't attack. And the NHL or Major League baseball for not Getting in line with the MBA. Does. Everyone can make their own decisions about how to handle these kind of situations. But I support the MBA and what they're doing. I support the box and what they're doing, and I also support other sports entities who decide that they're still going to play tonight. And as I imagined, we have Opinions on both sides. And I try to give Both sides. Time because what this? What this platform is about is to have these kind of discussions whether you agree with me or not. Steve says. Is this the only way the players could get their frustration and message out pretty drastic, But if they feel that way than they should I think that's Would I.

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"adama" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"adama" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Conversion to Jesus and a genuine effects in her life. And all of it because heart for Lebanon was there at the moment, a crucial moment when she needed that help Tom Adama, cofounder of Heart for Lebanon, When you Tom, when you When you see, she says, Even my husband is now going to church for a formerly Muslim family. This is a huge deal. No, it's beyond you stiffs here, so it's a way of describing it, Kevin when the lady comes to faith in Jesus Christ, most people disrespect him in that culture, But not in this case. Here's what we know. After all these years, 14 years and four stars with charity Navigator We know that when a person comes to faith in Jesus Christ that changes everything, and they become more valuable and they begin to change everything just by their attitude, just by their actions. And all of a sudden when a husband, other ladies CIA lady changing her attitude, her demeanor treating people with respect Starting because she's rebuilding dignity in her own life. It starts. The big people ask questions, and those questions are what happened to you and it, Sze Jesus, This is why I say Kevin very strongly. Because I've seen it way too many times. If you just give aid and or an education to people in need, without Jesus. All you have is a transaction, right? But if you bring a DH and education and Jesus Christ into the mixed now you have a transformation in that lady's proof of now, there's no doubt about that. And friends. That's what you're gift did last year that those of you that gave a year ago you contributed to those transformations. So here's what I need you to do. Pick up a phone and say yes, I'll help two families right now. $116 will help to Lebanese families get our Syrian refugee families in Lebanon. Get through this crisis over the next 60 days, 888 to 11 59 44 888 to 11 59 44. You can also give online at w m dot com..

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"adama" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"adama" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Now there's certainly people that are open minded to it because they see the difficulty of trying to play in the fall. And there's certainly some potential advantages to the spring that the big one being that you know these college campuses would have students, o R or some form of students for for the fall semester, and you can kind of see how that goes. You see how you manage it? And maybe it certainly treatment wise way could be further along with treatment. I don't think it's realistic to think that every college football player will be vaccinated in time to have a spring season. But there's but it does give you some extra time to your point about the NFL draft on the top players. They absolutely will not be part of college football in the spring season North today. If I was advising any of them, I would say go to the NFL start getting ready for the NFL as much as you want to be with your teammates, So you have to accept that now. Are there enough eligible players? Absolutely. Because these teams air you know, $85. At the F B s level that the players who would come mid year recruits to my understanding would not be eligible for that spring season, so they would I think some of them might might end up playing their high school season in the spring on, then coming to join their college teams in the father. The big thing is it would compromise two seasons and that's when coaches tell me all the time. Is that okay? We're going to play a shortened season in the spring. That's going to impact the fall 2021 season and so you have two seasons that have now been affected by the virus potentially severely affected, so you and it's obviously concerned about injuries. What if a player has an injury that in a normal case would that he would recover in that offseason? Now, maybe he's missing the entire next season. So then, then, recruiting is all messed up. So there are a lot of logistical challenges, but I do think the sport will try to call it off. If it's between that and not having the season it all in this 2020 window. Adama. Listen, I've been talking a lot today about Major league baseball and a lot of the things that we've talked about Our What we would normally see out of sports. We've seen the cutout fans. We've seen the virtual fans. We've seen them trying some different things that we don't normally see in sports. While they're also trying something different with the playoffs, and they've got expanded playoffs. Normally, 10 teams Now 16. More than half of the teams will be included, as you know, covering college football. One topic Every single year is should they expand the playoffs in a year like this, where everything is so different and so uncertain, and we're trying different things. Would you be a fan of doing something with playoffs this year and letting more teams in? Well, I think if you could do it safely, I I've I've been a fan of expanding the playoffs for awhile. And I think again this year when you already have two of the five power five promises, saying that they're only gonna play conference games, so you don't get to judge the big Can I get anybody but the Big 10 team staying with the Pac 12 that could extend to you know the other power five commenters, although they seem to be more resistant to go to a conference only model, and so how does that play out Selection committee? You know, really select the top four teams when you don't have those comparisons like we've had throughout the system, and it still upset people, in many cases that this team was left out of this team. Somehow God end my concern, though it is just the feasibility of pulling off even a 14 playoff young in the current window, which would be the season in the fall. And then having the games around New Year's Day and then a little bit after for the championship game, because, you know, we keep hearing about a second wave and how a lot of these schools are closing before Thanksgiving to get everybody off campus. You're goingto now play two games that neutral sites. How do you pull that off is it may be, It is safer, but maybe it's not safe for I don't know, but I think expanding. It is probably something I could be a lot of reservations around, even though it would certainly be great for the sport. It may be an easier way to get everybody in because if you expand the playoffs, it's not. It's not that big of a deal that they can champion didn't play anybody else But the teams in the league game with the Pac 12 and maybe some of these other conferences. He's Adam Rittenberg, our ESPN college football senior writer. Adam Thank you So much for your insight. Thanks for hanging out with us tonight. You bet. Thanks for having me on. Have a good night. They say this week could be monumental when it comes to college football. Don't know if that means any decisions will be made, but we're certainly hanging by a thread waiting to see what will happen. Speaking of hanging by a thread. We talked about this a couple of minutes ago, but Between Jamal Adams and Levy on Belle's friendship on Twitter. Right now, we are not sure what's happening. It is an emotional roller coaster will recap it for you coming up. Next, you're listening to game night on ESPN Radio and the ESPN app. Jed stealing all pro safety Jamal Adams see Ox Legion of boom to point out that the upside that you're talking about with this trade, and the downside is everything they gave up. That tells me that this is not a short term rental. Individuals and businesses with tax problems. Listen carefully. Do you feel like you're losing control of your finances? If you over $10,000 in back taxes or haven't filed tax returns, we.

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"adama" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"adama" Discussed on WTOP

"C Go to Michael and son dot com. Traffic and weather on the eights here with Jack Taylor in the Traffic Center. Art is your ride from Virginia into Maryland. Joan, We're on the Inter loop upon the Legion Bridge. We've got a truck broken down along the right side of the roadway. Use caution. You're definitely approaching it'd speed we'd had no issues between Alexandria and McLane, too slow anybody down riding the inner or the Outer loop of the Beltway. Staying in Virginia. We've got delays on 66 eastbound. It's just heavy coming into Centerville. Then again as you ride toward the Beltway limited lane on the ramp to get up onto the interlude on the left lane there will get you by 66 East on the ramp to 1 23 earlier had one broken down block on the left side of the on ramp to 1 23 66 West out near Delaplane, the work zone doing bridge deck repair that's blocking the left lane. She until a 28 south near Willard wrote a broken down vehicle in the left lane. Vale Road is closed and opened up near Fox Mill Road. Utility crews are on scene dealing with a downed tree and wires. 95 North bound mainline little delay in Woodbridge. That's it coming up past the Prince William Parkway once clear the purple Light Bridge. You're good all the way into Springfield North under 3 95 up toward the 14th Street Bridge with out DeLay, Maryland. We are slow. Baltimore Washington Parkway South, leaving the Beltway heading toward the good luck right over past the work zone stay left to get through 95 couple issues, both near the icy Sea north bound before 200 crash reported along the right side South bound as she kept down from 1 98 toward the icy sea. Tired debris was in the left lane 75 up in Monrovia, Frederick County South found near Baldwin Road. That's the reported crash its emergency work in the bottom into Prince George's County Across co wrote South of Christ Church Road there, traffic alternates at the work zone and it has caused a bit of a slowdown. 50 still good to go coming in from the bay Bridge through Annapolis and buoy riding west toward for 95 on the rails. Mark Camden line Train 8 40 got about a 15 to 20 minute delay. W T A P Reporters are driven by Fitzgerald Adama. Choose from thousands of used cars and trucks on fit small dot com So you travel safely in your own vehicle. That's the fits way. Visit fit small dot com Jack Taylor w T o P traffic and to check on our forecast here with Matt Ritter partly sunny today hazy, hot, more humid with an isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorm highs to be in the upper eighties of the low nineties. Just a few clouds tonight. Warm and muggy, with some patchy fog lows in the upper sixties to mid seventies.

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"adama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"adama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The show. Adama Going in, is the kind of director that critics will call on motor. You know, he's known for dramatic films like Exotica in The Sweet Hereafter, and this month, he has a new film out. I was wondering if you had a chance to speak to your lawyer. About what Only release But I don't want Early release dead. No one decides to stay in jail. Why Because It's what I deserve. After what I did Guest of honor is about a complicated father daughter relationship. And Adam initially got the idea for it years ago during a different era of his life when he owned a sort of bar in downtown Toronto, and I'm happy to say Adama going is on the line now live from Toronto to tell you a little bit more about it. Hi and welcome to the show. Hi. How are you? I'm doing pretty good. Thanks for asking. So you won't You won't burn? Yeah, I Kondo bar with Hussein Marshy, Who's a film distributor and a friend. I was called camera on Queen Street. We had a little cinema. We have our We were serving food and because we were serving food, we had to deal with food inspectors and inspectors generally coming in. On DH. It was just really fascinating to see the relationships that we're developing with these people, because, of course, they would just ask questions not only by the bar about your life and I've had the situation before, with customs officers or insurance adjusters, a tax auditors and they will kind of figured their way into my movies. But this was particularly interesting because At the same time our son was working as a bus boy is very exclusive French restaurant and he's coming back with stories of how the chef manager there was doing with the food inspector and making his life absolutely hellish and I just thought that Yeah, This is an interesting job that you know someone who goes from one restaurant to another, trying to keep codes trying to regulate things, trying to make sure that everyone is kind of observing certain laws and obviously Carrying their own agenda. I mean, I think we all have that situation where we're dealing with someone in a position of power and were wondering what you bringing from your own life into this conversation we're having right now. Why are you behaving this way with me? So it just it just began to develop from that and ah lot of possibilities came up. We have a clip to take a listen to this employees working in food preparation need to wear a cap. Hand say, I'm Food inspect..

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Paris protesters call for justice for Adama Traoré, a young black man who died in police custody in July 2016

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Paris protesters call for justice for Adama Traoré, a young black man who died in police custody in July 2016

"These protests which began in the United States have gone global now we're going to go to Europe where demonstrations have broken out not only over current issues of police brutality and racism but also Europe's colonial history of subjugating black and brown populations around the world joining us now to talk about these protests are NPR correspondent Frank Langfitt in London and Eleanor Beardsley in Paris good morning to you both good morning Lulu good morning will I'm gonna I'm gonna begin with you describe for us what happened in Paris yesterday well there was a very big demonstration in Paris the second very big one for of French black man who died in police custody in two thousand sixteen his name was Adam a trial right and none of the three arresting officers ever appear before justice and did those protests happen as a result of what's been going on here in the U. S. I mean because that that happen in twenty sixteen or are there local issues at play here well a little bit of both Lou you know after that over the last four years has been a core group wanting to reopen Travaris case led by sister but because of George Floyd's death this has just ignited and it's morphed into a nationwide because against police violence and racism in general listen to what I heard yesterday in Paris they're they're chanting justice for Adam and tens of thousands more came out in cities across France you know have a more white if not more many of these people didn't even know about Adama Traore a before George Floyd you've also seen at left wing people climbing onto this movement saying you know capitalism is a root cause of social inequality and racism you know I would say above other sort of an awakening in France at the so called color blind society where they don't even take racial statistic Lulu because everyone is considered equal well in fact everyone is not equal

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Yokoji Zoom Dharma Talk

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

07:48 min | 1 year ago

Yokoji Zoom Dharma Talk

"Out here all day. Well whether you're in quarantine or not Not only a- healthy Also not being upset by all the political stuff coming on the same I today. You know continuing with the thing that I'm doing I wanNA talk on Oman's Medicine and sickness and this is from the blue cliff record so The way that I'm dealing with these cones you know. I'm not not really going into having a traditional light in the sense the tolkien. My every point amusement more of a of a springboard just to talk about practice and obviously the practice that we have is a lot broader. Than Cohen Book Colin also highlights aspects The shed life that we have human beings and obviously strikes in individual ways that maybe written columns so off. I go the blue cliff. Frank Road case. Eighty seven medicine and disease introduction. Folks with clear is have known nest. Stunned Times on the summit of the solitary the weeds pound sometimes in the midst of the bustling marketplace naked and free. Suddenly they appear like an angry tight with three heads and six times so suddenly as the Sun Face and moon face they radiate light of all embracing compassion. They manifest all embodiments in a single particle a mixed with mud to deal with people. According to that time when they release the transcendental opening even bigger eyes of Buda cannot see them even. If all the sages appeared they would have to fall back. Three thousand miles. Is that anyone with the same with same attainment in the same realization example of the main case on said medicine and disease so June. One another the whole earth is medicine. Walked is the South. Some have touch my face. This the whole world is medicine. How the ancients of Baden Baden's been so mistaken the CAU- behind closed doors costing the road. It is naturally quiet an open wrong wrong. Even if your nose is up high in the sky you'll still be taken Intel so the case you know it seems a bit appropriate with The trying to find yours now call visited some progress being made some of you work in the medical fields doctors nurses and Have Really Touched by all of the assets that the the do. I know that some of you even volunteer to take extra shifts. And it's dangerous dangerous situations so very encouraging to me as a human being just that if that selflessness entering into circumstances in that way and ultimately that's what it comes down to how we can serve how we can serve people the people that are around us and live in regard environment now for all of us we. We live in different in different ways. You know up in the mountains note. Sing an awful lot of difference in terms of Ovadia Corentin Etcetera. Obviously if we if we move off the mountain way wag gloves and masks now that saw That's medicine the going down there to protect of this to those of you in the city you know maybe quarantine is Lada bef- a small apartment. You go kids family around. It is not so easy but the main the main thing is really comparison on circumstances and situations with this situation is what it is and then more than more than anything is When situations like this car is important thing is how do we really live with you? Know we have the Basic Cliche of Buddhism. Where justice is it but really the the most important thing with this is You know yet just this. Is it an account of the? Because today's but then how do we work with that and then Miami rose one of one of the things of the reassembling in him. Because it's going to be. He's twenty fifth anniversary of his death on the fifteenth. Of May you know. That's like a whole generation this past but Once in a in Adama Comeback Some. Somebody came in and just went. Just this is not a very popular thing to do time. Just this is an SOM- something on the floor and so it might seem euro. She just said well. What can of this is that you know and again it's not being folks that's full of Buddhism as a matter of being authentic you know a member dolgen would say in the Buddha Dhamma. There is no deport. Shallow was most important is ones sincere practice. That's kind of an interest in what is sincere practice in not something to each one of us has to answer for ourselves. What is sincere practice you know? Obviously there's a disease than That's the thing that needs to be treated. You know it's not like well. I'm feeling like I'm climbing. The walls kick the guarrentee so therefore I will do lots of things to take my mind off it rather than just facing up to it and seeing how the mind works and operate with midst of that you know or I'm suffering. Let's drink a whole bunch stuff you know you fill in the blank back in whatever it is it which is displaced activity. The main thing is the direct facing up to it and in many ways the middle way the is told to buy. Buddhism is not avoid extremes. It's first finding those extremes Most people don't practice until they find the extremes and they know when those things lead and when you come into a situation the most important things go right into it experience it through to the Hilton. He'd never has to be fell EXP- not out but it never has to experienced again in that

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"adama" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"adama" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of their right here somewhere here is this everything is blooming and growing this is where said he'll Adama's spends his days since work stopped before he worked all the time I work full time and part time two different jobs my day said he managed a housekeeping business in San Francisco near is home in the bay area at night he served Italian seafood at a restaurant with views of the Golden Gate Bridge he supported himself and his family thousands of miles away to help my family in my country which is Nicaragua I have my parents over there and I have to help them every single month three hundred Bucks every month for food electricity and medicine his dad is in his eighties he is blind and has heart problems his mom has a neuro muscular disease she can't walk without getting winded they need medicine I can do nothing right now and I'm so worried about it that was my main concern in this moment said he'll stop to wiring cash home two months ago so have millions of others like him worldwide remittances may fall a staggering twenty percent this year that saps billions of dollars from circulation says Delhi brought to a lead a columnist at the World Bank impact is going to rupture an important lifeline to a large number of people how many people hundreds of millions will feel the financial hit in parts of India Mexico and the Philippines and in smaller countries like Kurdistan south Sudan he and in Central America and people who receive cash from afar normally don't have a safety net people will not be able to compensate for it by just borrowing from some friends they would have to cut their consumption of food and they would have to suffer for Samuel undermines in California getting federal aid or unemployment benefits could help him keep his family in Nicaragua from suffering but he can't access that help because he doesn't have a social security number it also doesn't matter that he's married to a US citizen in fact because the couple files their taxes together they are both blocked from any federal relief this angers said his husband Francisco Silva because if you pay in taxes if you are helping out the economy of this country you should be okay to receive help by blocking that I think it's really discriminating California plans to help immigrants like set hero who was about one week away from getting his green card when the pandemic cat immigrant advocates are also trying to help Angela's soprano is with the national day laborer organizing network she says it's a mistake to deny certain immigrants relief the situation affects all of us and people do not see that connection there we we are in serious trouble send him because his mom every day come up on my reading it she says it's hot in Nicaragua nearly a hundred ilaa eleven I don't get that yeah okay how are things at him asks would you want me to tell you his mom says prices are rising rice.

Using Algae to Fight Deceases (including COVID-19)

AlgaTalk

06:46 min | 1 year ago

Using Algae to Fight Deceases (including COVID-19)

"We all know that during this covert nineteen period. Edible algae whether it's macro algae like seaweed or micro algae like spirulina that algae can help boost your immune system and even some research has shown that red algae profile can help you defend against the corona virus and in connection with how algae can keep us healthy on this episode. I interview a owlry end from trans algae and Israeli company. That may find that. You're using algae but that is only part of the innovation that trans algae has created and without further. Ado here is algae a savior for humanity. My name is. I'm the Business Development fulltime Sergey quite new into company. Come FROM TECHNOLOGY. I have it'd be a CNBC from the Hebrew. Unit doesn't from the Faculty and ahead an MBA from hyphen. In my background. I served in companies such as ICL hyphen because adult stocked on a Adama. All of them are global companies working in the Arctic seeing providing from different chemicals like pesticides down to two thirty. I'm involved in two major aspects. One is the business development meaning extending our activity outside collaborations with different companies different circles the candelabra on and also invoking the fundraising process and bringing more value to their companies from outside investment. So you you've been dealing with The agricultural sector for more than twenty years. And how long have you started with the Trans Algae? I'm quite new. So it's coming to massive free monster that I'm already over there but Been Mind that might progress position I served as VP of commercial development says marketing different companies before them song bringing a quite right and then it's a very good sign for trans algae that they're hiring new people that are trying to go around the world to try invite investment for you the product that you guys serve which is using algae for human farmer that. I read animal health and Crop Protection. All of that is very interesting and of course the reason why I kind of have you on is 'cause recently. There was an article about trans. Algae is trying to develop a using the algae platform that you guys use to be able to give vaccines to people of wine. The Corona virus vaccine comes out. That's why I think it's it's very interesting right now but we'll get to that later so talking about how you guys are using algae right now you guys have been using it so far in animal health using it to give vaccines to animals and can you just explain to me how you guys actually do that. How are you guys using algae using algae to make into a capsule or? Are you guys actually using some kind of genetics? The algae to introduce the vaccine the major essences to utilize to honest the scene to menace. I is it's a production sites. Let's say very similar to a production sites like he's all viruses and I'll explain what we have done over. During the to improve the low potential for Algiers it exists in nature. And the more important thing is that we use utilize the algae as a delivery system. Imagine yourself that currently in the animal health you know the to vaccinate at broad the amount of animals whether it is it fish in the pond. Say chickens like it's a swine that counts for one hundred to two hundred thousand individuals today to current vaccination is Involving animal meaning in fishing into sedate deficient other to take them one by one injecting chickens. It's the same swine and so on and so on. We are offering because the algae itself he's in at the Substance IT CAN BE UTILIZED TO DELIVER BILL ANYMORE OF INTEREST. That could be grow phone. That could be a protein that we'd be at generating anymore reaction and he could be enzymes of all I. We are using the as a carrier for the molecule of interest. Now when we talk we talk about the vaccinations. Obviously that's that's has a lot of advantages again compared to what injection? But you need to make sure that the specimen in a successful way redoubt anything relation of the multiple of it was put it. They just insistent. So that's that's not a trivial idea. Obviously we are. Harnessing sound physiological. Carta six of the in order to create what we call buying up solution which protects STI carried the protein. Okay Peptide we've ended so it would be able to sustain the area. Acidic conditions in the digestive system reached the absorption area where it can be as successful into the blood system and then to get anyone system. And we'll be finding afterwards antigens by the the blood of the animal and Giving it demon system so the algae itself being not only at Production Seifoleslam delivery system measures to vaccinate Pondo mediums fish inside the way to do it today as I said it's sedate efficient then injected by each one of them today. What we do we can take the right dosage spreading based on the amount officials existing the and once the algae's in or by the fish imitates three during the one reaction and then you have the whole population of fishing on the vaccinated in a very simple very quick and very and less much less costly than get same. Goes for shrimps Single swine full chickens and other animals. You guys feed it like algae like as if you just added like the food supplement into the feed right correct. If it's fish we can spread it as is all we can incorporate it into the feed system of the fish is chickens to sing. Swipe you just incorporate the right dosage into the feeling system and then once it's been eaten immediately I molecules which are getting food there. They just insistent going to the absorption reaching the blood. Circle are immediately intriguing Damon system and then we get the animal vaccinating. Very invasive not came and much much less than fifty.

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Iraq: Religious leaders give unprecedented support to ISIL fighters' children

UN News

04:48 min | 1 year ago

Iraq: Religious leaders give unprecedented support to ISIL fighters' children

"World Children on innocent regardless of their relationship to extremist fighters from the terrorist group known as Aycell Daish and they should be treated with kindness and love. That's one of the key points emphasized by religious leaders in the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Monday in an unprecedented joint declaration calling for justice on behalf of victims of the terrorist group which was controlled large parts of Iraq and Syria. The document denounces the ideology of Dash as completely contrary to the fundamental values of humanity. And it's been endorsed by the UN special adviser on the prevention of genocide. Adama Dieng during visit to the country. Cairene con Special Adviser and Head of the United Nations investigative team to promote accountability for crimes committed by Dash in Iraq unit spoke to you and uses my Yaqoob. It's important on a number of grounds but essentially broken creek to recover for justice to be achieved Commonalities as opposed to differences. Need to be emphasized. Sometimes we need to focus on what unites says rather than what divides US this interface. Statement represented common ground around St main religious groups In Iraq at least be share the company than the. Ucd's could collect around and with one unequivocal voice say that justice is essential For the victims and victims have to be in survivors have to be respected and accountability even essential prerequisite stability. What are the main points of the statement? And what does it go for the main points? really In Very I think clear concise paragraphs that all religions all faith renounce and denounce the ideology of Diet as utterly repugnant to the call religious teachings that they represent that's a very important coming together between the different religions. They under all of that faith they reject the Diet ideology as completely contrary not only to that faith but the fundamental values of humanity secondly it emphasizes the survivors must be respected and also supported so that they can carry on with their lives. Despite these costs that they carry and the trauma that has been incurred certainly emphasizes that even in the mixed dog the criminality of Daij examples of heroism but must be appointed in which different individuals from different religious communities have at great risk to themselves protected doubtful members of other religious groups. I think in a very enlightened unnecessary paragraph. He's suffering of old victims. Particularly Victims of sexual and gender based violence has been acknowledged. And it is underlined. The stigma should not attached to the survivors at all but rather stigmatization should attach the perpetrators of those heinous signs in the unique situation of Iraq. Bulletins recognize children and all the religious leaders coalesced around a principle that children are born innocent and regardless of how they that came about for how they impacted by Dash. It's the basic minimum requirements of international law. That they'd be treated with kindness and love and all. The religious leaders have emphasized that the importance of return of displaced communities. That were forced to flee also underlined and I think very positive step is that these major faith and he does cartoons Taco with the Catholic church above shake of the Zd community senior members of the Sunni ad council in Iraq and also senior shakes. And I told myself this year. Community have also underlined that That confidence in Uni Todd and the mandate of unit types to do justice. I think that's also an important aspect of the interface statement. Finally eight knowledge is the stamina is needed. Patience is needed because to achieve justice. Tolerance and reconciliation and forgiveness It's something that won't be achieved. Overnight requires the unity unity of purpose and the stamina and perseverance to go through difficulties. So that hopefully there is an improved situation in Iraq for all individuals in the days ahead.

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Who Goes There

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

06:32 min | 1 year ago

Who Goes There

"Today. We're going to look at a couple of different species that would be evolutionary argument for witches vampires to hang on a second. Hang in there with me on this podcast. We all have a Disney idea. which is this are like vampire satellite but could possibly be just two species? We haven't looked at closely or close enough. Go to the internet or pull any book on which Che's Vampires from your local library on. You'll get the history of superstitions around which is or vampires. You'll be able to trace which is back to the Salem Elem which trials and even earlier your tracy to vampires who history will be pretty much the same shrouded in superstition except the vampire. Origins will appear to be different in different locations in Europe but the conclusions will be the same for both that their pockets of people around the world believe they are vampires or witches still. The bottom line is that there is no such thing as vampires or witches but there is an evolutionary argument. That Paul's both species out of the musty basement of superstitions where they've been relegated for Millennia are starting to beginning about eighty five million years ago. That's when our species split from other mammals then about eight million years later we had what what scientists call a tribe virgins one branches Komo's sapiens and it was that species that evolved into anatomically modern humans. The other two branches the virgins evolve differently. The most rare branch into the anatomically modern human. With the exception of the mandible the development element of teeth. The most common branch was discovered in graves that were found on the outskirts of villages. And we're all female area to species many of the stories you might have heard about tribes and the Amazon consisting of all female who seem to be based in fact based on hundreds of fossils that have been undiscovered both large jaw groups those vampires all female fossils found bin. Carbon tested hundreds of years. Old Old that is to say that both species were long live and the burial sites where they were found may be thousands of years old. This I would beg the question. Why these two species evolve different characteristics. The Astros a length of time. It took them to evolve to what we consider. Modern man would be based on what they had to do to survive. All three species have the same size cranium again. That is to say that their brain grew the same rate and to the same size but for some reason each address the issue of survival differently bones of those with the large jaw and exceptional teeth founding caves and their bones showed evidence of a disease is called. Ze Zir Adama. Oh Dermot Pigmentosa Tosa. Their skin was sensitive to raise the sun. The branch of female demonstrated a bonus order brought on by what the Chinese would call lack of In the West we would say say that they had soft malleable bones. But the one thing they both had in common. These other species was a parthenogenesis the ability to reproduce without a mate of the opposite sex. This trait would be something that began during the split from other mammals. Well this is all well and good the wire reports which is vampire activity so sparse in these modern times for the answer. Ultra on a metaphor are appendix. was once the size of a large banana. It contained a healthy bacteria breath. Help fight infection now. We Yank them out like a bad tooth. We have evolved past the need for an appendix which isn't vampires also also evolving both species or evolving past parthenogenesis the ability to reproduce without a mate of the opposite sex homo sapiens. conserver five without an appendix. But they cannot survive without parthenogenesis. In other words we need a partner. The opposite sex to reproduce in all three species evolved with the same for defense systems regeneration micro bio DNA and immunity Homo Homo sapiens could feed these four defense systems critical to their survival with a broad spectrum of nutrients dot so that appears in witches or the other two species if you wish vampire systems demanded high levels of protein. Red Blood cells white blood cells and platelets all elements that are contained contained in blood and of course contribute to the maintenance of lung tissue and organs and help maintain parthenogenesis for which those four defense defense systems and parthenogenesis were supported by Chee more sufficient specifically but the Chinese referred to as shipping or lifeforce that is contained in each sperm. So you can see that. Vampires with their Pigmentosa him needed blood to feed the five defense systems that fought off their sensitivity to sunlight which is on the other hand and perhaps because they're female major needs Jing. This might explain explain why throughout history which is mingled with Homo sapiens. In either case both species have evolved past parthenogenesis ability and have taken Homo Sapien mates but in so doing have deluded their very nature. How long three species from the tribe virgins have been mingling. Choline is anybody's guess. But in any given year you could pick up. A Newspaper Watch an odd story on the nightly news about an individual survives extrordinary event or excels in a particular field physical or mental. Who are these people. And what would we discover if we were to trace their revolutionary journey. Will there you have it evolution. which is vampires or to other species spent brought to you by night? Owl Sounds Studio. 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Residency pairs aspiring restaurateurs with temporary sites

Monocle 24: The Menu

08:05 min | 1 year ago

Residency pairs aspiring restaurateurs with temporary sites

"Today we meet the team behind residency. A new initiative assistive to pay or vacant restaurant spaces with emerging culinary talents launched in London. The new enterprise already looking to go into national with the mission to support young talent and budding entrepreneurs can me. Let's opium of restaurants consultancy districts and sip fork of restaurant experts. Montana Montana fog are co founder of residency. And I met them here at Majoria. Oh studio one to find out. More residents say is an initiative which we have creates it which pass up and coming chef superclubs new concept's any sort of emerging thing and food and beverage or hospitality with vacant spaces basis at the moment across the capital but our ultimate jets viz and beyond and through our combined expertise so it's a residency is a collaboration between between district. which is a property restaurant? consultantcy Montana fog which is a restaurant. Consultancy and through combined expertise we can create pop-ups ups and empty spaces very easily. We have contacts with landlords because district says a property business. A Montana can support the operators on the ground and enable the space for operators to go in and start trading. So how did you find each other. What kind of discussions did you have when this idea was born? Well we've nine furlongs. I have yeah we have. I think we first met when my partner and I were looking to open a restaurant or committed was advising us and thankfully we didn't do the deal not through any issue with Camilla ritual. It was the wrong space the wrong concept at the wrong time which is a restaurant consultant but then we work together on a project for the crown estate and had assault on Heddon street which was ironically the property like you offer done or any love it and synergy edge we and then we came together and they had a site where that essentially the keys are being put through the letterbox in the previous tendency unfortunate made it and they had a site that was fitted the Dow and ready to go and they didn't know what to do with it really they'd been thinking for a long time about how they could launch some finish itself which is something we are seeing from landlords now because if you were wind a few years back when a new site came up with an estate in central London landlords always wanted the latest new concept concept the newest operator and since then has been a few burnt fingers so in terms of pushing brand new concept landlords our little bit more cautious about that mom so they are thinking of ways that they can do that without perhaps taking on a long term risk without of committing so when ten had in st came back to the landlord new I think one of the stories I think sub told me was that they only bought some new carafe when St when and everything else was was there and it's provided a great opportunity to trial the poop concept and so the crown at hired Montana fog and district separately and district in terms of helping helping with some sort of strategic direction but also in terms of doing the licensing making sure that all the documentation and Montana fog to find the operators and support them on the ground from day one so basically what you're doing now you're looking for these spaces and he also looking forward to preneurs budding restos operators. I would like to take over the spaces for some time. What kind of conditions are we talking about? How long would this pop ups for example? And what kind of operators are you looking game for. Exactly it depends side-by-side how long the pop-up lost with Tennessee. I think we are moving into month. Eight seven and Republican another three or four months. We'll see so it depends on the landlord. I mean typically day-old Adage from restaurateurs is once you found this all you want twelve months later you'll open the door was that's how long it takes to sometimes raise the money to get your lease. Signed your heads of terms obviously to fit it out so adama landlord or have an empty site. It could be there for a year before I'm actually GonNa say that open again so we can activate that site pretty much within a week to week turnaround. Make sure it's fit for purpose and get an operator in there. And they could trade their quite happily for four to five months whilst unseen the new incoming operator who takes a full lease is doing doing the negotiations with the landlord. Millennials have let so I activated is very flexible model rarely because some operators will want to go in for four to six months and north of gang of presence in makes him return perhaps but others will perhaps wants to do a supper club or decently much shorter term or might be happy. Just go in somewhere for a week to Derby PR and some of the landlords that we're actually talking about our existing operators already have to activate spaces particularly helium pumps and they could be much shorter. Say It's bespoke and it's flexible. An in terms of your other question of what sort of entrepreneurs are we looking for. The Sky's is the limit. We've had interest from a large very well. Funded American Vegan concept. which is very edgy? We've had interest from people who've superclubs in Hackney these people some of well funded and well back to existing. Operators is the ones that aren't who would have a great concept on great passion Russian but to get in front of a landlord to get a lease for ten to fifteen years. No way you ever going to be up to do that. Unless you've got some very very well funded ended backers of which most people don't because the banks unfortunately won't be lending anyone any money for quite a while for the smaller operations and this gives us the opportunity he to educate the operator in terms of how a landlord works. We should very much district comes and for us the Montana folks of of residency to work with them and help them and with the figures look concept introducing to suppliers etc etc.. Actually so there is a lot of support available when you choose. The operator so veto need to be worried about north knowing everything takes yeah. I think that's our biggest point of difference is it's three hundred. Sixty degree support system. Why there will be people who the first people we've introduced a ten Heddon street with David Carter from smoke stack and Chris Leach who worked at Bratton cooked lots of different places? How much support do they need? Not a great deal to be honest with you because they're incredibly experience but moving forward when we take someone from WHO's done of a food stall pop pop somewhere. They will need to understand how the western works because the West End Actually David. Chris did put their hands up and admit that the learning experience of coming from east blondel shortage into what is basically mayfair. Soho borders different world. Because lunch is a big thing. Lunch makes the difference. It doesn't make you a millionaire China but without lunch you really suffer if you're in the west end but you cost this much higher You've been following London restaurant scene for years. How has it changed changed? And what are your predictions. What is going to be happening in the future and always the landscape changing thing? We've seen this of past. Few years is a huge increase in the number of restaurants in London and this was sort of lead from consumer trend to solve. Eat out more and with the sort of casual dining lining crunch the so called and they changing political landscape confidence decreased and the oversupply of restaurants. Met not this wasn't in any way sustainable stable anymore. So that's when we started to see like restaurants going back to landlords and whilst the market is still very vibrant. There's loads of new. You operators out there that wants to take on site and central London. There's nowhere near as many as there was before and what it's done is created a survival of the fittest backdrop so the good restaurants still still trading while and a very very good and another thing. That's sort of is in between nether is is suffering. We've also seen rents go very very high because of the lack of supply of restaurant

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"adama" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"adama" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Adam Apollo and Adama Apollo on Twitter and at the top of the hour we will be taking your phone calls so get ready for that I'll be right back with Adam Apollo right after this short break this is coast to coast AM real people real stories I had an appointment with Kennedy was tell me what all he was going to do and the list is absolutely horrendous I came out of my car and I called and canceled my surgery and problem on my skin went away my coffee twenty four hours a day I saw three common objects and they could do nothing you had mentioned to me about did president Reagan take orders one we one my coffee I or my arms you know three weeks after I was on the kind of war I know I'm looking at my I don't have any bruises on my arms I'm always I can't put my finger on it but I know something's happening yeah it has to be accountable or we're talking about the barn waking up your immune system which as you heard as incredible healing powers and make no mistake this is the most versatile application to address all of.

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Why You Should Visit the Canary Islands

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

06:43 min | 2 years ago

Why You Should Visit the Canary Islands

"Why should someone go to the Canary Islands. It's hard the summit up in one sentence but to absolutely Canary Islands are ornately unique landscape. Each island is probably different than the last there are white sand beaches black sand beaches. There are volcanoes stunning scenery views. Like the Grand Canyon on some of the islands there are pine forests. And you can get everything. It's for both adventure. Tourists that love to hike and explore for and people that want to sit back and enjoy Pinochle Outta so. There's a little bit of everything and you aren't going to see scenery like this anywhere else on the planet will you. You mentioned it was off the coast of Morocco. I guess we haven't said where it belongs. In terms of culturally. It is not Moroccan. It is not. It is actually part of Spain fine but it still has a lot of African roots and the historic people that live there before the Spanish inquisition were called Guavas. And so there's still a lot of historical artifacts in historical sites on the islands. That are really interesting for people interested in the more historical aspect of the islands as well. Well the the name comes from the Latin for the island of dogs can are not canary and because the guavas worship dogs and now is the part that I didn't know until I was doing the research for the show. Yeah it's really interesting in on one of the bigger islands tannery fe. There's actually some caves that you can visit where they're are actually still some remains of the ancient Guangzhou's that used to live on the island. Yeah it's really interesting to see some of that more historical outside of non European aspect excellent. Well what kind of itinerary do you recommend so first of all. There's a number of different silence as you see some major islands. Where would you recommend we fly into? It started it depends on how long trip you're going to take and I would recommend either going for seven days or fourteen days while you could do a shorter trip as well. I would recommend either flying into Grand Canaria or flying into tenor. Fa and if you fly into Grand Canaria which is the largest island and probably the one of the most popular especially for Europeans. There's a ton of stuff to do on that island Winston itself so you could also choose to do one island but let's start with a seven day itinerary because that's probably what most people would have have the time to do especially coming from the US so flying into Gran Canaria. You'd WANNA spend two or three days there and the great thing about all the islands islands is that for the most part you can take varies from one island to the next. And if you're doing a seven day itinerary you would WanNa pick either the eastern islands or the Western islands to save time from Gran Canaria which has beautiful beaches. It's got pine forests or some fantastic fantastic hiking on this island as well spend a few days there. Then you would want to depart in the evening to Sweat Ventura which You can take a a ferry to and that island has a lot of white sand beaches. That's the Sandy Beach Island because it is a little bit closer to the African taken coast. It gets that wind swept landscape. And there's some beautiful sea caves there. You can explore and some great beachside restaurants restaurants and from that island you can spend a day and then take the ferry over to lend throat and Lanzarote has tim and fire national park. which is about an area of about a thousand volcanoes and go will do a thousand? I did not though yes so its its. Nickname is the land of a thousand volcanoes. And it's an absolutely otherworldly landscape and I have never been to Hawaii but this this was another level of extraterrestrial landscape. And there's a lot of volcano that you can hike to and there's a lot of places where the lava or ancient lava has come up to next to the road and you can get out and walk around in it and it's really really interesting. There's also a place. Is there called Lahar area. which is this area where they have cultivated the ancient lava to grow wine? And you can do wine tastings there and even stay at a little winery as well. Well let's finish the area then we'll come back and do this obviously at much more detail. Yes so after lands are out. Then you'd WanNa fly to ten Kinda repay and spend your last two days there before departing back to the United States and you would connect through either Madrid Barcelona Celona or Lisbon most likely plying from the US. Okay so you started on Gran Canaria and what are we gonna do either so on Gran Canaria. There are a lot of things to do and GonNa depend on what you're interested in for if you're into the beaches than you're going to want to stay in the loss terrace area. which is the big beach town can get some exercise? They are walking along the beach enjoying doing lots of different restaurants and cafes. There's paddle boarding. You can do right out side if you stay on one of the beachfront hotels but one of the things that I loved. Today there was actually go up to Tom. Adama Nature Park and this area. It looks a lot like northern California. It's so so surprising. There's these endless pine forests. When I saw it I was like oh I had no idea that anything like that existed especially on an island that's close is to Africa so that was really interesting for me and up near that area? There's also some other great places that you can hike and walk at one is called the magic window and it looks out over. This giant monolith called the rock new blow and basically from this arch called the magic window. It's a natural sandstone arch. If you go at sunset you can see this. Trent monolith in the background is absolutely stunning. So I highly recommend going and doing that. And you can also hike to the monolith. It's a little bit farther away. They're not close together. But you could hide that whole area. But that's all remnants. The olds volcanoes. That created the island. So I definitely recommend that to and enjoying the beaches and other areas around the island as well so that would be what I recommend downgrade

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"adama" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"adama" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Saint Louis series tied at one apiece Adama meet Rick Sutcliffe agreed ESPN radio through whose stadium for its first playoff game in about four years speaking of Soroka elite things off against Wayne right here the Braves six Adam Wainwright seventy nine efficient pitches so far through finding support Soroka has been that much more efficient who's **** Mrs Tyler fastball water smokers is sixty tosses so far in this game hasn't had an eating over thirteen critics one of right this Mrs outside with back to back fastballs he's behind to well it doesn't really have a release point on a fast ball because of how many breaking okay that that that he is thrown to the first five innings zero right known the imposing Putin's never take a strike eighty nine miles an hour just center cut hi user add a little bit more to it try to lower your your sights a little bit two one is file back to a fast ball to to now if you want good spirit and get the first down out of the way Julia and all these to follow the Braves six one nothing cardinals on top for the first the side that suits you best here's the spitter drops into a called strike three strikeout number seven ground we'd like to stop two times with your there's a lot of people that know what to do there's very few people at thirty eight years of age to continue to do it as well as Adam Wainwright business are the last seven since all the signal to start the fourth all these on deck it'll be Ronald to continue climbing in right handed against the right way right over to the strike on a fly now he just missed setting a possible out of second if that was the John the way someone on a bouncy instable leader Dr worsen that use a little bit shaken up after the plain fact of Julia goes over and with his hands on his knees is talking to Julia is making sure my leaders okay I love with Sam Holbrook history up to and delivers a baseball to win right giving valuable in just as much time as we can not he's dealt with before instant think involved tips for quite some time now well he's got a lot of padding on you yeah but that's all took was not your pattern known it was no it was baseball to skin nineties back behind the please already had to file tips hit him in this game that one in a tough spot here's the pitch ball bounce the short the young wakes loves it swings it over first base city gets the speedy approve your problem with two of the six day we're not through six innings yeah the way Adam Wainwright is doing it I would think it through my feel to want to see more now his spot is coming up second is closing in on ninety pitches he's thirty eight years of age all of those things will go into the decision as to what to do and another thing my actual has told us all year long he told us again today he relies on his coaching staff as much as anybody yet he will probably let Mike medics make the final decision speech does he all these years a breaking ball outside switch hitter batting left the user had one when right season hide pitches was all the way back in June a hundred twenty six against the cubs eight times he had a hundred pages it is thirty one starts this year one delivered all these ball back up the middle of diving stop by Paul the young from his backside does the first advances all the books written up the right field line all these is safe with infield single his second head of the day great effort by Paul the young was playing in the ship the number one was like a way from the bad great job this this could get the pro on target any time against the very fast all these I don't think there's another guy in the Braves lineup that could beat that out the get everything he possibly could he came up with it he got off a quick strong throw just the fact that Paul Goldschmidt knew the now these are already gone blind he comes off the bag to keep the throw the dirt from getting away again the improvement defensively particularly on the infield for the Saint Louis cardinals it is it is probably as drastic as any of us went from most errors in Major League Baseball last year to the few is this year and last year they committed eighty seven errors on the infield thirty six this year we had sixty six total here's this year about that mom was a big spot though now with runner at first and two outs one nothing cardinals in the sixteen years Freeman first pitch when right Mrs inside with a fastball one alone when you look at a line up as a starting pitcher you pick one guy who's the guy that I'm not gonna let beat me that guy for the Atlanta Braves at home plate right now Freeman a perennial MVP candidate it feels like over the course of his career you can take over the last five seasons radio left from the belt the ticket the pitch screwball we've done in this one and one hi leopard spotted what's been a game that the scene office at a premium one nothing cardinals just for combined hits in this game a lot by way right in Soroka how good the curve ball has been the day it's how well he's been able to locate the scent of the one one fast ball just a little bit inside of the council on on freedom is rounded out in slow down in this game so far friendly would you pull symbol book Vincent flows pause might have gone there is a strike in some other empires books the sixes lead offers play right from seven to two one on the outside corner a fast ball striking excludes to this might be the last here that we might faces today it is a big one one upping cardinals in the six one refers to out here in game three never know it might be the last and we right ever throw in this ballpark thirty eight years of age dynamite so far we consider the belts it is due to the freemen as he grows six three leave seven straight it is near the bottom of the six in St Louis cardinals one weighs nothing this is the National League division series on.

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News in Brief 29 April 2019

UN News

03:09 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 29 April 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations in Libya civilians are trapped by fighting around the capital Tripoli and access to food is becoming a greater challenge. UN humanitarian coordinating office Archer. Her said, the violence comes after years of instability that followed the overthrow of president Moammar Gadhafi in two thousand eleven with the UN recognized government of national accord under assault from forces loyal to military commander colorful after on Monday morning. I guess Anselm as special Representative of the UN secretary general and head of the UN support mission in Libya told French radio that the fighting had reached a military stalemate and the frontline had barely moved since general halftime offensive began three weeks ago in an appeal for humanitarian shipments to Libya to be speeded up to meet urgent needs Archer said that indiscriminate shelling and rocket attacks have continued. As strikes were also reported at the weekend impacting residential areas in Asia and L Twitter with unconfirmed reports of at least one civilian death as well as damage to people's homes. According to the World Health Organization or WHO the fighting has claimed three hundred and forty five lives and injured more than sixteen hundred and fifty of that number ninety six civilian casualties have been confirmed twenty two dead and seventy four wounded while some forty thousand people have now fled the fighting which began twenty four days ago. Drug-resistant diseases are set to skyrocket in the next two decades and caused ten million deaths a year by twenty fifty the U N health agency WHO said on Monday. According to a new report by the UN at hawk interagency coordinating group on antimicrobial resistance. More and more common. Diseases are becoming untreatable. This includes Respert's retract infections sexually transmitted diseases and urinary tract problems. The report also warns that lifesaving medical procedures are becoming much riskier and our food systems are increasingly at risk because of the use of antimicrobial products in farming today at least seven hundred thousand people die each year from drug-resistant diseases. Among the reports recommendations is a cool for. Entries to invest in awareness raising programs for the prudent use of essential medicines in human animal and plant health investment is also needed for ambitious for search for new technologies to combat antimicrobial resistance, the authors say and finally to the UN engineer where a major summit to counter hate speech has begun with the twin aim of boosting the protection of religious minorities, refugees and migrants co hosted by the special adviser on the prevention of genocide Adama Dieng the event chimes with wish by UN secretary General Antonio Guterres to combat extremism and devise an international plan of action. According to the organizers, the second global summit on religion, peace and security comes at a time of increasing divisions between nations and peoples they maintain that amid growing economic and social inequality specific groups are being increasingly targeted with stereotyping, hate speech and hate crimes, not least religious minorities migrants and refugees last month mister diong expressed concern about spiralling into communal violence in central Mali, which claimed one hundred thirty four village. His lives in one single attack including women and children. He warned that it could degenerate if nothing is done to stop it. Daniel Johnson UN news.

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UNESCO on standby to help France rebuild Notre Dame

UN News

06:35 min | 2 years ago

UNESCO on standby to help France rebuild Notre Dame

"This is an academy with your news at least two thirds of the roof of not Haddam cathedral in Paris is gone after the devastating firing Peres. But you an cultural experts have told you and us they are standing by to help the French government revealed, the iconic structure, that's according to UNESCO world heritage center director, mashed you'll Rossler who made several visits to the site on Tuesday in spoke by phone to Daniel Johnson about what she had seen in you end can play role in restoring one of the world's most famous into story buildings. I am currently in a taxi, prom UNESCO. Going through north with them, which is a part of our world that site with which wasn't -scribed in nineteen Ninety-one, which is the banks of the Seine yen Paris. It's goes from the Eiffel tower to the incense we and not Saddam cathedral is of course, one of the most emblematic buildings of this world heritage site, and is really a symbol for the whole road. I was there last night. Our there. Exit general of UNESCO. Was there last night? And I went actually back this morning to see the rescue efforts and the pump people still pumping water on the building. Because you know, it was a major place. So I think via now going back to see where we are. And the have already established a team of experts at the disposal of the French authorities. They are coordinating everything. But UNESCO has the team of experts ready to intervene as soon as possible, you know, just interrupt quickly. So you were there this morning, and what was your initial assessment from what you could see what actually could you get to see what we have seen last night. And and this morning was that about two thirds of the roof is gone passionately. Call it and partially burnt you. See, and that means that probably inside your. Had a lot of fire damage as well. But actually the building structure visit to maintain. Ours is standing beaches a big advantage. If you want to do any restoration recovery. We have patients reconstruction works is it early to talk about what might have happened to the volts. There was some concern about the state of the volts last night. It would be a little bit too early because that would be to the emergency team to look at at the situation because that you need to look also from inside, which is at the moment not possible. And you say that the town are intact, but what kind of restoration project to would UNESCO. Advise at this stage at the moment, we will do a rapid assessment with the experts to look at the stability of the building to look at any movable property, which need to be taken out to be understand that. The French authorities have rescued actually together with a church and number of movable objects, which were actually the property of the church, and they're working very closely together with Lulu. So this is already underway. But then people need to look at the stability of the building as I said, but the individual structures and also the windows you remember, the the wonderful glass windows, which made the knuckle them so famous and also all the sculptural objects, which are part of this architecture. So we need to look at all of this. Then the the team of experts can intervene. Yes. And when you were there this morning with a still many people still watching, and what would that what would that? Do you managed to seat talk to any of them were they asking you any questions? look last night. Yes. Last night and the eaten indeed this morning and praying and crying actually in the same. It's money. I so many many people going from the metro to the to the side of not for them. And actually, they are still I have to say many people are still in a state of shock because it's not only the Christian community because it's a building for all of us. And it's really it's a universal symbol. And it's it's the center of France, people assembled there all the time, you know, in cases of crisis and this cathedral survived. So many difficult situations including the second World War. And now we have this situation. So I think I think this is really a shopping people profoundly, and they lost something which is part of their identity. And can I ask you personally? What does not mean to you? Oh, I live in Paris now for thirty. Two years. And for me. I also as Catholic for me. It's the place. I go to record and do a new experience with UNESCO as as a world heritage center director, what does it compare to? We had many many disasters around world heritage sites in that world heritage sites. The most recent wars the museum and Rio which is part of the world heritage site in Rio de Janeiro, but we had other role heritage sites Phya disasters. I just mentioned in classical. Why Ma in Germany the hot the Amalia library burned down? And I actually did a mission to the side after the restoration. And it's a again in its old beauty. Although we lost a lot of the books in there, which are gone forever. And final question to you. What might you be saying to the the authorities on? Indeed, those who who love notch Adama about his potential to rise again. I think they are very much rather. There is a great potential because the building, and such is is still there, and that we are at their disposal to help us everything we can with UNESCO. Longstanding expertise you. Remember, we have rescued the Nubian temple from the waters of the aspirin dumb. And we have recovered Angkor after the war in Cambodia. So I think the at the disposal for any of the recovery the French and visiting.

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News in Brief 28 March 2019

UN News

03:31 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 28 March 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations following the destruction caused by cyclonic die across southern Africa eastern provinces of Zimbabwe have continued to experience high winds torrential rainfall flash floods and landslides, the UN office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs said on Thursday, this lethal combination has wreaked havoc in several of the country's districts causing at least one hundred eighty one deaths. One hundred seventy five injuries across the country with more than three hundred people still missing, according to government figures destruction of property and infrastructure has been severe and an estimated two hundred seventy thousand people need humanitarian assistance, particularly in Chipinge, and she Mani Mani where some ninety five percent of the roads and bridges were damaged search and rescue efforts are ongoing especially in Chimanimani where some village. Ages remain inaccessible by road. So far, some sixty thousand children in flood-affected districts need immediate protection services and one hundred thousand need welfare and civil registration services against the backdrop of ongoing community tensions an upsurge of violence in Mali central Mopti region has prompted a UN human rights expert to call on Thursday for international action to stem, the bloodshed a series of attacks. Last Saturday followed on Tuesday by new violence has raised the concern of absentee in the UN, independent expert on the situation of human rights in the country over the creation of community based self styled, self defense, armed groups. Mr. teen observed that a four year long proliferation of these groups coupled with the demise of traditional conflict resolution systems and the limited presence of the government. Have led to the deterioration of the security situation adversely impacting people's basic rights with the lives and the well being of civilians hanging in the balance the UN expert called for a thorough prompt and impartial investigation. And that the perpetrators be brought to Justice Adama diong the UN special adviser on the prevention of genocide express, deep concern over the conflicts growing at MRs ation, turning to the Middle East, a UN human rights expert said Saudi Arabia's closed door trials on the assassination of journalists. Jamal Kazushi in Istanbul have fallen short of international standards. And yes Kalama the UN special rapid tour leading an independent human rights inquiry into the killing at the Saudi consulate last October denounced the lack of transparency of Saudi Arabia's investigation and legal proceedings. Call. Calling the murder and extrajudicial killing committed in a consulate office on foreign territory. She spelled out that these are not internal domestic matters the investigation and prosecution must comply with international legal standards, which demands transparency and impartiality the government of Saudi Arabia is grievously mistaken. She said if it believes that the current proceedings will satisfy the international community Liska, Fiji, U N news.

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"adama" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"adama" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"Of my life. Something marvelous has happened here. Gentlemen, do not let it pass unnoticed. I don't understand what I'm saying. He has reaffirmed. We are race worth saving. That is an interesting. It's again, I love it. It's a fabulous line. It's a fabulous line, especially when you're talking to the boob incompetent council of the twelve. Yeah. But if Dom doesn't think you have to be a little cynical to make that line, right? You have to you have to say if you're feeling that your faith has been restored. They yes, you have to have a cynical point of view at that before it is spoken. So does that mean that basically he thought well, you know, why am I bothering to lead this fleet of people and in some ways, why is he bothering to lead this fleet of people? I mean, they are willing to dump him at every turn. You know, some guy comes along and says, I'll give you a food. We'll follow you county. Yeah. You know, they don't appreciate what he does for them. They don't appreciate the protection. They don't appreciate leadership. They don't they don't respect him know that own and the decisions that they make not just the council, but the people are decisions that he shouldn't respect their the decisions of idiots, and you know, the galactic do a whole hell of a lot better by itself without the fleet. That's true. It could I mean, and the only reason it's and this is the other point that I I was kind of hinting at in terms of their their search for earth because it's something that I was reminded of the galactic can only goes fast as it slows ship. And there are a lot of just near derelict ships that are probably just crawling one would almost say ragtag. Yeah. So it has to be going really slow. So to take this back with everything that that poor Adama has. Has. Yeah. The Adama could just say, you know, to hell with all of you guys. I'm off and then just dart across space. They could get whatever the heck they won in record time. And and and certainly have no headache at that point with the politicians. But the problem is Dhamma is one of those people. He's a moralist the moralists. You can't just leave those civilians behind no matter. How stupid they are? Yeah. Yeah. It's a little bit. And it does and your point does raise a nother terrible. Terrible question. Why couldn't I know? It's all about reinforcements. Right. But why couldn't the silence get twelve thirteen fourteen bay stars out there their battleships presumably calling to the galactica in speed? They're not at least a fleet. Why couldn't all target a whole fleet of bay stars to come out there and take them on? Oh, they can beat us three two one. Okay. We have twelve bay stars and keep in mind. That the galactica will be mostly playing defense. Yup. As opposed to offense an all after this pick off a whole bunch of little ships. Anyway, I mean, they're trying to eliminate trying to eliminate human. So just the civilian charts is just as a target is as the galactica. Yep. So yeah, another stupid bit to the the the way that they structure the show. But we did hear the mention haven't seen silence for quite some time now. No. And there has been that. There was a discussion or something in the logs about why we haven't decided to settle on one of those planets, which is question. We've asked along the way much say not technologically advanced enough, apparently or they you know thought. Well, yeah, none of technologically advanced little call any worlds, but they're all habitable he could've put people down on them. Yeah. And but they wouldn't be able to defend themselves in case of a silent attack and still can so in the silence come along to those planets that have Hugh. In colonies on them settlements. They're dead to galactic is leaving those people to die on the way. Because they've they've brought them. They're suing the silence or following them. Then they're bringing the silence to these planets and the silence will wipe them out. And then off off they go..

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News in Brief 20 March 2019

UN News

02:46 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 20 March 2019

"This is news in brief from the United Nations. The UN has ramped up its humanitarian response to cyclone EBay, which was devastated large swathes of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi in southern Africa, the UN and its humanitarian partners are providing emergency food, shelter water and health care supplies and on Wednesday. The UN's central emergency response fund allocated twenty million US dollars to ensure aid reaches the most affected people as soon as possible while the full scale of the humanitarian disaster is still unknown. At least a thousand people ob- Aleve to have been killed with around four hundred thousand displaced from their homes in Mozambique alone. These figures are expected to rise significantly as the full extent of the damage and loss of life across flooded rural. Areas becomes known. The United Nations appeals court has increased the forty year sentence initially imposed on former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan carriage to life imprisonment in two thousand sixteen carriage was found responsible for genocide and war crimes, including the planning of the nineteen ninety-five shred brunettes Masoka by the international criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia on Wednesday, the success to that court the Hague branch of the mechanism for international criminal. Tribunals lingerie upheld the twenty 2016 verdict as well as ensuring Mr. carriage will serve a life sentence responding to the appeal decision which was the last opportunity for Mr. carriage to overturn the initial verdict. Adama Zhang UN special adviser on the prevention of genocide said that it confirmed with accountability rather than impunity will prevail and UN secretary General Antonio, Gutierrez has told leading politicians business executives and civil society. You leaders of developing countries in the global south that cooperation is key to sustainable development and the fight against global warming. The UN chief was speaking at baba, plus forty a historic summit in the tinian capital Boina Aires, which as well as strengthening cooperation aims to increase transparency and strengthen accountability in developing nations Maria Fernandez bonanza, president of the general assembly also spoke at the event, which she described as a symbol of the determination of the global south to advance equality for all across the world praising the evolution of south south corporation over recent decades, mister Gutierrez said that it can never be a replacement for the responsibilities of developed nations and must involve young people civil society, the private sector, academia and others to build innovative partnerships, Khanna Lennon, U N news.

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Ethiopian Airlines flight to Nairobi crashes after takeoff

Warren Pierce

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Ethiopian Airlines flight to Nairobi crashes after takeoff

"Crews. A new Ethiopian Airlines Boeing seven thirty seven eight hundred max flying from Addis Ababa Ethiopia to Nairobi. Kenya crash. This morning about six minutes after takeoff. There were one hundred forty nine passengers and eight crew members on board an airline spokesman now says everyone was killed in the crash. The plane was on a regularly scheduled flight on a popular route. When it went down about thirty one miles southeast of the airport. Correspondent Robyn Kriel is in the capital down a place called Adama which about an hour sitting in a guy from late international airport. Took off the plane was delivered. Ethiopian Airlines just in

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"adama" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"adama" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Iheartradio goes one on one with Ellie Goulding who reveals a surprising facet of her teenage years, teenage hours, quite difficult cycle pins. That had long Adama had like that much to my mom's like annoyance. Had I like ours really into Kamala like pretty heavy vans. Letting the lights were also night. So it would be very very shy. And I would find other shy in Iraq kids. Keep listening to iheartradio for more of Ellie Goldie and all your favorite artists. Four three my FM Valentine in the morning, weekdays from five till ten. We'll talk about shores you had your kids doing it, very young age desert. How are you? Are you Valentine we're doing? Okay. So how many kids you got? We have who. Now. Okay. Soon enough. So what do you make in the four year old do? At this point. He has. The dog since he was about to feed the dog since he was too. Yeah. They would come home and food. And I I it was like. The dog was pretty impatient. But now. A normal meeting of the doctor. He too. Night or the night before. Yeah. Does to stores. Visa dog keys starting up the dishwasher is he putting detergent in there. So. Right now, we're really proud of himself for you. But. By the way, he's putting the dishes in there too. Is loading the dishwasher that he just started it. I thought he pressed the button, I am taking advantage of it at this point. No, it's actually when they call child slave labor. Dory about anybody come into your house. Nobody knows your last savior this. I am so impressed. My kid is not that kid. Good for you. Yeah. He's you know, I I don't know. Teach young. And hopefully at some point he'll make about. Little bit happier down the road. Yeah. And if he's doing those tours right now and he's excited about it. He's only gonna learn. Whereas it fun us. She hides behind it. It's for his future spouse under feet up on the couch. It's curious future. Spouses during this. Thanks desert. You take care. Our love we have a bunch of texts from parents whose kids are a little bit older nine. My girls are eight and ten they both be chores a vacuum. They dust close. They're rewarded. I want my kids to appreciate the life. They had a sixty six my wife, isn't electrician. And on the side. He takes our eight year old son with her for places, she cannot fit her fingers. She calls them. Santana's chores attacks little fingers takes a kid with her. Oh my God. Put your hands up. Don't worry about it. My kid is six and picks up dog poop on our walks. We do not have a dog a chore. Sure of your own house. But that is a great public service. Thank you for doing that with your kid, and you don't have a dog. Then we also text from people who start the chores at a very young age for my son is two years old. And he already has chores. He has about five chores ranging from making his bed to picking up toys textiles, three two one. I'm a nanny. And I start chores with all my nanny kids at a young age around one year old putting toys away or helping putting clothes into their drawers even helping feed the dog. They can learn early on that it takes everyone to take care of their home. What was the area code for that one three two one? You think you misread that? I think that's telling the kid. Hey, here we go. Three. Take it up right now. Back to more music more variety. Mario lopez. Four three my FM. When I was young. Used man. Enough. Judge. Much. Notice the girl issues. Backstreet? One. Jameh? Report. Zone. Seventeen. How's everything? Me. For snakes. The combat. Fell in many. Day in. Thanks jason. Any? Close. Singer. Jay. Place. Lane. Sign. Son. Samedi unite side. She would us and no, sir. Variety. One four three my FM. I wish I found. Some better sounds no one's ever heard. I wish I had better voices. Saying some words I wish some courts in an order that his new I wish it didn't have to say..

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"adama" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:01 min | 3 years ago

"adama" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"On Mark productions dot com, and we are going to talk a little bit about some of the characteristics of the cop are also known as Shariq Adama because as drowning victims are generally found, but distended Amos's swollen reptiles the top is sometimes called a Shariq Rica dome, which basically means Amos ball, or a vampire the idea was that it. Okay. This uric Adama is a mythical ball at the mouth of the anus in order for the capital to steal the liver. The victim by reaching its arm up into the victim's anus or Sherry the capital must I sucked out or remove the shirk Adama, which means certain death for its former owner the belief is that this ball is rather mysterious the scholars have come up with various explanations. What explanation is the commonly observed open anus have drowning victims as if something had been removed or sucked out other conceivable reasons could be the Tandon or elixir field, which is located beneath the naval and represents the focal energy point of the age-old, yoga, breathing and meditative techniques, some Japanese scholars say the capital offers this year Kodama, Andrew or liver as tribute to a snake shaped dragon deity, the Lord of water, the most powerful of all water deities, but most likely it is connected to the term. Tom also, read Dhamma, which can mean either ball or jewel when red is Julie can easily mean lifeforce, spirit or soul. To that's kind of a admittedly unique characteristic says scholar. Michael Dillon foster the cap is obsession with the Sheree botox and hips is made apparent and legends. At described the Capela hiding in the toilet waiting to stroke or fondle, a female victims sharing a rucci points out that in the past were often situated about rivers more important. However is the suggestion that if we go back to an early legend of the copper transforming itself into a red lacquered ERO and entering the sheriff place. If a woman we can see that the cap is objective in hiding in the toilet is not necessarily to take the Shariq Adama indeed stories of Coppa going for women are common data, for example reports and households beside the river Mattis Yucai village woman have become pregnant with Caplis children for up to two generations when they are born these children are hacked to pieces put into small wine casks and buried in the ground. They are grotesque. This comes from hundred ninety five translate. So there's kind of a darker side to the Coppa Benz heading skills or medical skills. There's a positive side cap are mostly evil, but not always one benevolent the kalpa is supposedly a skilled teacher in the art of bone setting and other medical skills in the real world of medicine. The term copper refers to plasma cells related to bone marrow. In addition, the capos, always portrayed as trustworthy, despite its many evil ways when captured and forced to promise never again to harm anyone. The are always keeps its promise when captured and forced to promise never again to harm. Anyone the Capela always keeps its promise Kappa often help or mentor those who with them or capture them, the Coppa isn't a Torius attempting tiller horses and cows to a watery death. But the keyword here is attempting in most versions of this legend decapa fails theories on the copper origins. It's very difficult to verify precisely some believe the copper is the no Kami the river DAT. Mentioned in the hole. Showkey one of Japan's earliest official records compiled around seven twenty CE theory to some say, the term Coppa was I applied to Leach babies stillborn infants pitched into the river and olden times poor families often killed newborns because they cannot afford to raise them said an official from Tono city, they generally through their bodies into rivers, perhaps adults made a Kappa stories that children would be afraid to go near the rivers and see the dead babies theory, three Portuguese masks, some say that the term copper originated with the appearance of Portuguese monks in Japan in the sixteenth century clad includes with hoods at hung down their backs like the cops tortoiseshell the shaven head surrounded by a crown of hair also resembles the compass hair rimmed crater of water Kapa the Portuguese word for the amongst habit was applied to the sprite and remains in use today theory, four Chinese monkeys some say, the copper descended from monkeys most. Notably the writer Gita Kunaro eighteen. And seventy five to nineteen sixty two the author of Tono Mona guitar legends of the Tono. This author is considered to be the father of Japanese folklore study. So his opinion carries weight when comparing the different names used by different localities to describe the Coppa he discovered that some areas in Japan referred to the Kappa as Inca also spelled N K the term for monkey there's a famous story about a monkey attempting to catch the moon's reflection, but all our drown in the effort. One night. A monkey chieftain saw the bright reflection. The moon in the water below his tree thinking that the moon had died and fallen into the water and fearing that the world Boyd thus slip unto darkness the monkey called together. His underlings abandon them to join tails and together pull moon out of the water. However, when the monkeys attempted the task their combined weight was too great, the branch broke, and they fell into the water and drown one simple. Moral of the story is natural recklessly attempt. The impossible one more philosophical level. The image of the monkeys attempting to grasp the reflection of the moon is a metaphor for the unenlightened. Mind deluded by mere appearances. The theme was often depicted in ink paintings, usually featuring long armed spider monkeys. There are more indications of the monkey connection in the town itself. The river Sarah Kashi, literally means the monkey stone river and another city. There is something called the river monkey which lives in the waters there. The tax both men and animals, the monster sits possessed the power of one hundred men, but it's power evaporates, if the water top it saucer like head is spilled. Wow, theory, five Buddhist a monkey mythology that the Capela originated from earlier Buddhist hails from the mainland's of Asia tales concerning monkeys, and there are several stories dealing with monkeys and Buddhism. So that actually gives me a whole new spin on that teenage mutant ninja turtle episode. I have to say and thereby I will have to rewatch it in a whole new light. No wonder she was constantly giving them cucumbers. If they are also supposed. To create a human babies have a an affection for hips and rears, and or suck internal organs out through the anus. I would be giving a lot of cucumbers too. So with that we are going to finish up this episode on the cop up, the water spirits of Japan. And we have one more episode in which we kind of do a catchall maybe looking at the river otter a couple of the minor Yokoi animal spirits, and then dealing with the human face animal Yokoi. So with that I will remind you to once again, please support animal rescues, please adopt..

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"adama" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

08:01 min | 3 years ago

"adama" Discussed on WLAC

"Patricia adamas. Has a has a has a son, David. He suffered a stroke. On New Year's Eve. He was transported to the emergency department. This guy who was just wildly alive. He was taken to ICU. And he became comatose thirteen days later. They say he's brain dead. He's unresponsive, and we're going to cut off all of his food and his water and his breathing tube. I have wrestled with this for a very long time starting with Terry chevaux, and this is wrong to do to people. And we must not go down this road. Patricia Adamas the mother is on the phone with us. Now, she's going in in just a few minutes to meet with the hospital and get an update and plead the case to please don't kill her, son. And I so appreciate her being on the phone with us. Now, Patricia how are you? Really? It's very difficult time. Patricia tell us they they didn't really consult with you guys. Did they? When they started to just cut off his food and water. Correct. They did not. Tell me what tell me what happened. At that time. And is he responsive at all? 'cause I understand he when you're talking to him when family members talk to him. He is moving. It was initially the first question. It was a surprise. We were informed and they were going to stop food. Everything was done. A discovery apple surprise. There's no hydration. You know, we're not gonna continue so surprise and shock to cries in shock, which is very typical that with everything that was happening in the hospital. I'm sorry. What was your second question? That it was a surprise. And and also is is he is he responsive. Is very very. Hydrated, very weak and frail has turned to critique. Learning from the skin. So he's not as responsive yesterday. It's very delayed. But yes, he did respond when we talked. I would tell him, you know, sweetheart, are you hungry which come to the table to eat just my mother would walk in and say, hi sweetheart. It's grandma, you know, and he immediately lifted you know, 'cause foot and he tries so hard just Wednesday. At eight o'clock went in and said, hey, you know, and he just was shaking this foot. It was different than the lifting. It was. He was literally shaking his foot, and he lifted it was shaping it. And that's the last of the. That type of energy. Now, his responses are very very safe very concerned because he fairly hydrated. I'm I've seen the pictures of him just three four weeks ago and the picture of him today. He's not the same man. It's it's. I mean, he's a he looks like he is. He starving to death. What are you Patricia? What are you asking the hospital today? Wh and why won't they why won't they give you even custody of him? Well, I have guardianship in a federal court of native America. But what I'm asking today and being very adamant in asking is for my son to can be provided intravenous intravenous hydration. And then at some point nutrition, and then the tyrod is very essential to his stability and recovery, you know, because the idea is hospitals intend or stated intended to help us transfer him to receive continued services, which criti- New Jersey or some other place that takes them. And but you don't do that intentionally a not provide vital sustenance ticket him there. So it's it's not. So it's almost a default. It's not it's not very humane. And I I don't understand it. What else? I'm asking for us to be properly informed to be given the dignity and the respect without that. You know, we're going to remove later at any minute. And seems like that we're going gonna take this is the last thing he has just saving, and we're gonna take that, you know, it's not it's not humane to live or to feel that there is stirred recovery or any sense of stability for my son or the underlying intent that is not in alignment with the. The alleged care at the hospital. So we're asking that that immediately the hydration attrition continue that my son de allowed dignity, respectively care and to be sustained until you know, the the statements at the hospital to transfer him to a long term care facility. This is this is this is Saint Joseph's Hospital. So this is a Catholic hospital. You would think that life would be paramount to them. And he could have been transferred. But now he is so weak from starving him to death that the the idea of transferring him to a place for you. No longer care is is probably not an option today. Patricia. I know you need to get to the hospital, and and we're praying for your son, and I have Bobby Schindler on the phone. Thank you. And and and godspeed we'll check in again to find out what's happening. We're going to go to Bobby Schindler who is Teri does brother and Bobby, and I became friends if you're new to the show over his sister. I was on the wrong side of it for a while. And then I didn't do the easy thing. I did the hard thing. And I actually thought about it prayed about it read about it and did soul-searching, and we do not in Hume in human society since when do we consider food? An extraordinary measure, we feed our babies, we give water to our babies, we give water to our dogs, you go to jail if you don't give water to your dog you go to jail if you leave your dog in hot car. What are we doing to people? And this is a bright line that we must all draw and Bobby. I we'll talk about that in one minute. All right. I wanna tell you about real estate agents, I trust dot com. The most important part.

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"adama" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"adama" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"But they got everything else. And you got to leave back. Who definitely buffers de secondary ultimately their defense. And unless the saints are priming or running the football as much as Los Angeles rented against Dallas, which was forty eight Todd's Saturday night in LA. To breeze going to drop back to pass through thirty eight passes gets Philadelphia Sunday. How many is he gonna throw gets L A with Aaron Donald and Adama consumer Brocker and Fallon those boys coming at them on acquire Ramaz wanna know. I mean, they don't get much better than initial. I'm loving this. I'll be the first to tell you that. There's going to be real interesting to see what's going on. And I'm looking at the state to the Rams injury list right now as we speak now. See no, major injuries here at least on the offensive side of ball Sheldon rankings. That's a tremendous loss. He's our the tail he's going to miss the rest of the season. That's a devastating loss for things because he's a run stuffer. And when you got girly coming at you and C J Anderson now, that's a problem. If there's a reason to pick the Rams in this game that could very well. Be in. But Cooper Cup being out with is torn ACL in the left. Knee is a problem. So I can't summarily dismissed that. And what I would tell you right here right now. Beyond a shadow Verdel. Is simply this. Is going to be a nail biter. I don't think there's any question about that is going to be a nail biter. And as I look at these boys, and I mean, yeah, I remember the acquisition of Dante Fowler from the Jacksonville Jaguars early in the season. Cam should have had an inception of Dak Prescott Saturday in Branca's and Donald and sue. And now you got to leave back with Peter's so pitas because out now, he's not great a man to man coverage. But he's great zones. He's not great as an all bowl defender. He's not great man and up. But it does buy does cheat. And when he does those things he's very very effective, particularly when he's on a field to save, Tom Mckee, delete biz. Because they'll give very very interesting. To see what's going to happen in this game. And I gotta tell you. I cannot wait it eight say ESPN, it's inundate seven to nine three seven seven six you Leslie live to Stephen Smith show,.

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England to play Croatia in World Cup 2018 semi-final

BBC World Service

02:35 min | 3 years ago

England to play Croatia in World Cup 2018 semi-final

"Main headline this hour is that the tile say they started an operation to bring twelve boys and their football coach out of the flooded caves where they've been trapped for the past two weeks now it's time on weekend for the sports news his andy barr well andy hi hello paul while england and croatia have completed the semifinal lineup football's world cup they will face each other on wednesday twenty four hours after the franz pouch jim game in the last four england yesterday were to witness over sweden that quarterfinal boss gareth southgate praises team but withstanding lots of physical pressure and felt that that resistance was crucial fomer england defender rio ferdinand said it was a welldeserved win dispensation like a wellbalanced whoa machine at the moment and come with momentum of everyone was saying we have been happy with it england same but once you get into a tournament they've got that confidence now things are happening for menendez performing the draws opened that people get your teams get you say on paper it's easy it's never easy game confidence and the easy wish dispassionately swedish team well there was disappointment i for the host nation russia who went out to croatia after a penalty shootout the match finished two two after extratime jon benet ties this report the game started slowly but burst into life when dennis cherishev schooled one of the goals of the tournament firing a left foot shot into the top of the net from outside the box it was one one just eight minutes later andre crime rate she's had a son inside the home fans the next two goals came in extratime defend adama goi vida heading in what looked like croatia's winner from a corner then mario fernandez forced penalties with yet another header in the shootout croatia held their nerve yet again as he did against denmark yvonne wreckage scored the winner tennessee's now rafa nadal will keep these number one will ranking after he amazed to reach the fourthround of the men's singles at wimbledon but another big name went out of the women's singles the top seed simona halep lost in three sets to taiwan's sue wait shea and how explained exactly what went wrong it does okay as a game i just believe that i was not very positive in court and the mattress very unprofessional for me and finding east poll that the world champion lewis hamilton will be on pole position for today's british formula one chrome pre at silverstone the current championship leader sebastian vital in the ferrari he's also on the front row of the great thank you very much that.

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Beyoncé and JAY-Z’s Everything is Love now available on Spotify and Apple

The Frame

03:03 min | 3 years ago

Beyoncé and JAY-Z’s Everything is Love now available on Spotify and Apple

"So what are you hear musically performance wise about what beyond say and j or doing on this record that may be different from what she was doing on lemon eight or he was doing on four forty four song features two members of the migo still linda rock group features cueva and offset and it's produced by ferraro and i think it's really exciting because beyond say has always been a rapper but in her own melodic way and now i think she's really leaning into this rap persona where she's just spitting bars really in the pocket and kind of like being more aggressive about it certainly references that seemed slightly veiled about artists including drake kanye west but they're very specific dimensions of things like the grammys and the super bowl how many scores are settled on alba even if it's not entirely clear what score is being settled jay cheesy and beyond say seem kind of allusive and they're not going to go on the record about a lot of things in interviews but then when you listen to the actual album they're going to settle the scores so yeah j admitted that he declined to perform at the super bowl he said you need me i don't need you one of the other things that's notable white lemonade and four forty four this album was first released exclusively on title which is a streaming service that's near and dear to the j and beyond say household now everything is love is available on spotify and apple music what did they have to say in the album about streaming and what does the release of this record suggest about their views on streaming their previous albums lemonade and for forty four title exclusives and everything has loved on the first day was also title exclusive basically on one of the songs beyond says i don't give you about dreaming numbers adama's success can be quantified what i think is weird now everything is love is on spotify premium so it's not available to people who are only on the first year spotify you have to be paid subscribed member i think that's very pointed in terms of they wanna get the maximum amount of royalties possible from this album but i still think it's strange at first two albums in this socalled trilogy is not available to a lot of the public who are on title and for some reason they want the finale of the saga to be available to everyone because maybe they know that everyone knows the story by now michelle kim is an associate staff writer at pitchfork michelle thanks for coming on the show thanks for having me and it's fun us heard about no need to ask you heard about.

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