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"adan" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

07:56 min | 6 months ago

"adan" Discussed on Epicenter

". That's that's enough about France. . Let's because our list get bored with with all the stuff that's very specific to France. . But let's broaden it a little bit and talk about Europe and where where there's a lot at stake here, and , this is GonNa be the bulk of conversation. . We're talking, , of course, , the digital finance package which was. . Drafted and released in late September. . So just for context, , what are the high level principles of cryptocurrency regulation in Europe one of the major frameworks that cryptocurrencies and cryptocurrency actors fall under in EU? ? Okay. . There's Hugh <hes> big ways of regulating cryptos in your roof basically <hes> we can shit. . Yeah. . Two a way of regulating the first one is considering the that crypto assets are a securities. . All of them and make them full into the financial regulation in general. . So <hes>, , that's the approach taken by Germany and a few other countries. . So if you are operating his. . Exchange in Germany than you have to be a regulated. . Financial Exchange that that's a that's as simple as that. . So. . That's the first the first way of doing it, , which is quite easy to do of course, , but can lead to some inefficiencies. . Patient. . Because the financial regulation is is very strong and very difficult to apply for a small actors like <unk>. . And then you have the countries that try to create a dedicated from Fokker to us. . Already mentioned France of course did this but you have. . Your mountain you're. . They'll have like a crypto license. . <hes> where basically you you described project and you you have specific allegation. . That are adapted to the crypto asset and that may mentioned for example, , custody this Kanye <unk> to the DESTIG- sector. . So these are bespoke regimes that are created by national governments in order to help players and startups in the crypto space get started without all the encumbrances and red tape and everything of a very. . Complex Regulatory Framework as exists in the financial space. . That's a the LAKME. . Exactly. . And then on top of this. . Irrespective of the of the local regulation, , there's an obligation for each member state to. . Put into place regulations on Koa mill for all the all the exchanges that David with Euro and all the custodians that's from a you regulation. . So needs to be apply everywhere in the. . And see the animals five. . Directive. . CRYPTOCURRENCY startups in Europe are regulated at a level by Amil Five, , which implies at every exchange or custodian conducts L. Kyc on their customers but other than. . Other than this <hes> specific. . know-your-customer regulation there hasn't been until now a framework at the level to regulate things like. . You know specifically how tokens are listed by exchanges or Stable, , coins or things like ICO's until now, , these have mostly been regulated at a local level. . Executive okay. . So let's let's now jump into this Israel finance package. . What. . Is this digital finance package <hes> that was released by the Commission and? ? How does it change fundamentally this this situation that we're currently. . Yeah. . So the digital finance package, , it's a big badge very, , very big. . Named suggests it converse everything digital and finance, , and the objective of the digital finance package is basically to make the EU competitive you know Narita where the financing finance is increasingly digitize so very broad and diverse. . That's a lot of different regulations that covers a lot of different areas. . But of course, , what interests us is, , if you QBC's of this regulation that will concern specifically the crypt assets industry namely the Mecam regime, , a markets data sets. . And then at the pilots regime for the security tokens, , those are the two components that are specifically targeted to drip to assets in rural. . So basically assets registered on a blockchain and. . The idea behind this <hes> dysregulation is to consider the criticism very specific new as clubs. . So it's <hes> quite zooming out to the approach that was taken by friends, , for example, , that the really considering the group that as as a different industry as the other ones and to create a specific set of groups. . An spoke regime that will apply to those actors and to the staff teaching. . So that that's what will happen and that's that's what the the regime <hes> sets <unk> since motion. . Every single crypto assets ACTA <hes> in euro will be regulated by camp. . And everything will issue of security token gay news, , the pipe between, , which is very specific <unk> some kind of sandbox <unk>. . Okay. . So, , when you say every single crypto currency actor in Europe will be regulated under Meka. . I think we're GONNA spend most of this time talking about Meka because the one that concerns defy more so than the the pilot regime, , but we'll talk about that but. . When you say every single actor who you talking about here give us some examples of like who are the people who are the companies that are getting affected and regulated by this. . Broadly speaking meka is the creating a new category vectors. . The Cold Crypto said service provider. . So shocked providing service whispered doesn't you fall into this category and it's very inspired from The financial regulation. . So basically, , the crypto asset service providers, , the custodians. . Trading Platforms Exchange execution of older reception and transmission of all those of us. . It's so if you look at the different financial services in Mifid, , which is the financial regulation, , the Euro. . Just, a , cookie based basically adapted, , of course, , because there's the custody, , but for the finance photo crypto has had sexto. . So if you are providing service got an intermediary basically exchange, , you help people by yourselves to assets, , you advise them on guitar sets you will be a regulated under the regulation. . So you all catch. . and. . Then there's a regulator about of the regulation that is focused on the issuance of quotas. . Any issue of <unk> will also be regulated. . What is the meaning of a for issuing protested? ? And there's specific. . Dispositions on stable coins, , and this is a very, , very sensitive topic with a lot of pages of regulation just to give you an idea. . The whole regulation is like a hundred and seventy six pages so to just on meteorology allergy and stable going bar is like a

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Unraveling MiCA and the New Regulations Threatening Crypto in Europe

Epicenter

07:56 min | 6 months ago

Unraveling MiCA and the New Regulations Threatening Crypto in Europe

"That's that's enough about France. Let's because our list get bored with with all the stuff that's very specific to France. But let's broaden it a little bit and talk about Europe and where where there's a lot at stake here, and this is GonNa be the bulk of conversation. We're talking, of course, the digital finance package which was. Drafted and released in late September. So just for context, what are the high level principles of cryptocurrency regulation in Europe one of the major frameworks that cryptocurrencies and cryptocurrency actors fall under in EU? Okay. There's Hugh big ways of regulating cryptos in your roof basically we can shit. Yeah. Two a way of regulating the first one is considering the that crypto assets are a securities. All of them and make them full into the financial regulation in general. So that's the approach taken by Germany and a few other countries. So if you are operating his. Exchange in Germany than you have to be a regulated. Financial Exchange that that's a that's as simple as that. So. That's the first the first way of doing it, which is quite easy to do of course, but can lead to some inefficiencies. Patient. Because the financial regulation is is very strong and very difficult to apply for a small actors like And then you have the countries that try to create a dedicated from Fokker to us. Already mentioned France of course did this but you have. Your mountain you're. They'll have like a crypto license. where basically you you described project and you you have specific allegation. That are adapted to the crypto asset and that may mentioned for example, custody this Kanye to the DESTIG- sector. So these are bespoke regimes that are created by national governments in order to help players and startups in the crypto space get started without all the encumbrances and red tape and everything of a very. Complex Regulatory Framework as exists in the financial space. That's a the LAKME. Exactly. And then on top of this. Irrespective of the of the local regulation, there's an obligation for each member state to. Put into place regulations on Koa mill for all the all the exchanges that David with Euro and all the custodians that's from a you regulation. So needs to be apply everywhere in the. And see the animals five. Directive. CRYPTOCURRENCY startups in Europe are regulated at a level by Amil Five, which implies at every exchange or custodian conducts L. Kyc on their customers but other than. Other than this specific. know-your-customer regulation there hasn't been until now a framework at the level to regulate things like. You know specifically how tokens are listed by exchanges or Stable, coins or things like ICO's until now, these have mostly been regulated at a local level. Executive okay. So let's let's now jump into this Israel finance package. What. Is this digital finance package that was released by the Commission and? How does it change fundamentally this this situation that we're currently. Yeah. So the digital finance package, it's a big badge very, very big. Named suggests it converse everything digital and finance, and the objective of the digital finance package is basically to make the EU competitive you know Narita where the financing finance is increasingly digitize so very broad and diverse. That's a lot of different regulations that covers a lot of different areas. But of course, what interests us is, if you QBC's of this regulation that will concern specifically the crypt assets industry namely the Mecam regime, a markets data sets. And then at the pilots regime for the security tokens, those are the two components that are specifically targeted to drip to assets in rural. So basically assets registered on a blockchain and. The idea behind this dysregulation is to consider the criticism very specific new as clubs. So it's quite zooming out to the approach that was taken by friends, for example, that the really considering the group that as as a different industry as the other ones and to create a specific set of groups. An spoke regime that will apply to those actors and to the staff teaching. So that that's what will happen and that's that's what the the regime sets since motion. Every single crypto assets ACTA in euro will be regulated by camp. And everything will issue of security token gay news, the pipe between, which is very specific some kind of sandbox Okay. So, when you say every single crypto currency actor in Europe will be regulated under Meka. I think we're GONNA spend most of this time talking about Meka because the one that concerns defy more so than the the pilot regime, but we'll talk about that but. When you say every single actor who you talking about here give us some examples of like who are the people who are the companies that are getting affected and regulated by this. Broadly speaking meka is the creating a new category vectors. The Cold Crypto said service provider. So shocked providing service whispered doesn't you fall into this category and it's very inspired from The financial regulation. So basically, the crypto asset service providers, the custodians. Trading Platforms Exchange execution of older reception and transmission of all those of us. It's so if you look at the different financial services in Mifid, which is the financial regulation, the Euro. Just, a cookie based basically adapted, of course, because there's the custody, but for the finance photo crypto has had sexto. So if you are providing service got an intermediary basically exchange, you help people by yourselves to assets, you advise them on guitar sets you will be a regulated under the regulation. So you all catch. and. Then there's a regulator about of the regulation that is focused on the issuance of quotas. Any issue of will also be regulated. What is the meaning of a for issuing protested? And there's specific. Dispositions on stable coins, and this is a very, very sensitive topic with a lot of pages of regulation just to give you an idea. The whole regulation is like a hundred and seventy six pages so to just on meteorology allergy and stable going bar is like a

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"adan" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

11:07 min | 6 months ago

"adan" Discussed on Epicenter

"Associazione Mondesi Sixty Eight, which means the Association for the development of Crypto assets or digital assets we chose to go with the name. Digital assets because we felt that that was representative of. The entire industry and But the French crypto sector. Has Developed since twenty thirteen I think or something like that with the First Exchange and of course ledger. Being. One of the major players here in France and well known for for what it's for what it's built over the years. Talk about a little bit about. This this political. Desire to. For. France to be crypto country right like this. CRYPTO I. saw. From. The government. In. Twenty eighteen I, think can you can you talk a little bit about that context? Of, course of course I. I think the first exchange was in twenty eleven into spam what the ancestor of. So. What was it again because Salt Bitcoin yes. Exactly. So. It's even older than that. I think it was the earliest exchange evolved right so that that's significant but yeah, you're right. That's industry was seen in. Two thousand eighteen two thousand seventeen to eighteen by by the government basically, what happens is that? The regulator in France dot democracy nauseating they opened this Fintech. This whole Fintech Department is listening to projects and helping them becoming a regulated. And because there were so so much openness on this contact departments. The Brooklyn. Project CRYPTO assets projects in France the. Went to the regulator and They presented the projects. It was twenty natio- was. we went to see them with the variable etc Russell, any project went to see data. And they were. Really impressed right. Okay what's going on? What's this? Whole trip to a sector that that's developing in in France Is there some significant to do there and they built a knowledge as the regulator level that they've passed through to the ministry right and the ministry? They were like, okay this is very interesting. Maybe there's something to do. So the Financial Market Authority to? All these cryptic projects and then they went up to the to the economy minister and it was like, okay, you're something. Exactly. From the this. Studies than, of course, to Detroit to better understand the the sector twelve and everything and everything, and then they would isolate boom that just made everything go foster basically because they were they felt like, okay. We need to do something really to regulate to There's so many things happening the and maybe if we are quick to give clear regulation to the sector that will help actor grow because we know what they have to do, what they can do it against to So that that's where the ide-. Grew from. Okay. What's this thing to we need to? Bring, well, to help the critter assets a grow in in France. And this game into fruition in two thousand, eighteen with the low that could backload that create the whole regulation for the it's sector. And a very positive political messages also said that this time saying, yeah, we won't equipped nation. We want to build a dedicated activity exit drake's. So that's happened. Will this happened in two thousand eighteen but then this time to apply regulation and deregulation gaming into false in France effectively in March this year. So no, we have very clear legal framework in infringe full crypto assets, actors of basically market, market actors. And also for issues but. On this late, right? Yeah exactly. Okay. That's that's enough about France. Let's because our list get bored with with all the stuff that's very specific to France. But let's broaden it a little bit and talk about Europe and where where there's a lot at stake here, and this is GonNa be the bulk of conversation. We're talking, of course, the digital finance package which was. Drafted and released in late September. So just for context, what are the high level principles of cryptocurrency regulation in Europe one of the major frameworks that cryptocurrencies and cryptocurrency actors fall under in EU? Okay. There's Hugh big ways of regulating cryptos in your roof basically we can shit. Yeah. Two a way of regulating the first one is considering the that crypto assets are a securities. All of them and make them full into the financial regulation in general. So that's the approach taken by Germany and a few other countries. So if you are operating his. Exchange in Germany than you have to be a regulated. Financial Exchange that that's a that's as simple as that. So. That's the first the first way of doing it, which is quite easy to do of course, but can lead to some inefficiencies. Patient. Because the financial regulation is is very strong and very difficult to apply for a small actors like And then you have the countries that try to create a dedicated from Fokker to us. Already mentioned France of course did this but you have. Your mountain you're. They'll have like a crypto license. where basically you you described project and you you have specific allegation. That are adapted to the crypto asset and that may mentioned for example, custody this Kanye to the DESTIG- sector. So these are bespoke regimes that are created by national governments in order to help players and startups in the crypto space get started without all the encumbrances and red tape and everything of a very. Complex Regulatory Framework as exists in the financial space. That's a the LAKME. Exactly. And then on top of this. Irrespective of the of the local regulation, there's an obligation for each member state to. Put into place regulations on Koa mill for all the all the exchanges that David with Euro and all the custodians that's from a you regulation. So needs to be apply everywhere in the. And see the animals five. Directive. CRYPTOCURRENCY startups in Europe are regulated at a level by Amil Five, which implies at every exchange or custodian conducts L. Kyc on their customers but other than. Other than this specific. know-your-customer regulation there hasn't been until now a framework at the level to regulate things like. You know specifically how tokens are listed by exchanges or Stable, coins or things like ICO's until now, these have mostly been regulated at a local level. Executive okay. So let's let's now jump into this Israel finance package. What. Is this digital finance package that was released by the Commission and? How does it change fundamentally this this situation that we're currently. Yeah. So the digital finance package, it's a big badge very, very big. Named suggests it converse everything digital and finance, and the objective of the digital finance package is basically to make the EU competitive you know Narita where the financing finance is increasingly digitize so very broad and diverse. That's a lot of different regulations that covers a lot of different areas. But of course, what interests us is, if you QBC's of this regulation that will concern specifically the crypt assets industry namely the Mecam regime, a markets data sets. And then at the pilots regime for the security tokens, those are the two components that are specifically targeted to drip to assets in rural. So basically assets registered on a blockchain and. The idea behind this dysregulation is to consider the criticism very specific new as clubs. So it's quite zooming out to the approach that was taken by friends, for example, that the really considering the group that as as a different industry as the other ones and to create a specific set of groups. An spoke regime that will apply to those actors and to the staff teaching. So that that's what will happen and that's that's what the the regime sets since motion. Every single crypto assets ACTA in euro will be regulated by camp. And everything will issue of security token gay news, the pipe between, which is very specific some kind of sandbox Okay. So, when you say every single crypto currency actor in Europe will be regulated under Meka. I think we're GONNA spend most of this time talking about Meka because the one that concerns defy more so than the the pilot regime, but we'll talk about that but. When you say every single actor who you talking about here give us some examples of like who are the people who are the companies that are getting affected and regulated by this. Broadly speaking meka is the creating a new category vectors. The Cold Crypto said service provider. So shocked providing service whispered doesn't you fall into this category and it's very inspired from The financial regulation. So basically, the crypto asset service providers,.

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First human case of West Nile Virus in Massachusetts in 2020 identified

WBZ Morning News

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

First human case of West Nile Virus in Massachusetts in 2020 identified

"Announced the season's first In case of West Nile virus here in the state. Now we have ward details about the person that's been infected. It's a man in his fifties who was likely exposed to the virus in southwestern Essex County or eastern Middlesex County. The risk of human infection generally is low throughout the Commonwealth. Last year, Though Massachusetts saw five human cases the viruses usually transmitted to humans through the bite of an infected mosquito. Most people infected have no symptoms at all. The people over 50 are at higher risk for severe disease symptoms. They can include fever and flu like illness. In rare cases, they can be more serious, even deadly, so be sure to take precautions against mosquito bites. Apply insect repellent when you're outdoors, make sure it contains detained the hours from dust. Adan Orpik biting times for many mosquitoes. The president of one of the world's

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"adan" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This

Never Thought I'd Say This

03:04 min | 9 months ago

"adan" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This

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Death and dying: how Indigenous communities grieve, survive and thrive

Unreserved

06:31 min | 1 year ago

Death and dying: how Indigenous communities grieve, survive and thrive

"The hardest part of being from northern indigenous community is all the deaths. That's what's the title of an OP. Ed that inaugur analyst Ozzy Michelin wrote for CBC indigenous last February in the article he writes about the lower life expectancy of Vini wheat and the high suicide rates of his home province. Labrador and how one grieves again and again and in his case from afar. Ozzy is from North West River in Labrador. But we've reached him in Montreal. Hi Ozzy Arizona. So tell me what inspired hired you to write this op Ed. Well actually it was about a year ago this time I had gone to the community of Nain With some work and was visiting some friends. I'm a dear friend of mine. And after hearing about him for years and years I met her fiance and six days later George Tragically died. Ride in a snowmobiling accident and had been going through a lot of deaths at that time and it just really made me think back to growing up in Labrador. That just always seemed like a particular community would be hit with death after death of just felt like death hung in the air and then it would go away for a while and move on to another place and it just felt like it the neons turn and I just. I've seen this so many places in Labrador over so many years. Just this made me WanNa talk about it. I think it really can't do with a lot of people living in northern communities because is is not just labrador. It's all across the north. Why do you think Experiencing death in northern community is so much more difficult was because we all have very large extended families in from very small towns so our connections and relationships run very wide. We're all like one one degree of separation if that even and with this you know Anything that happens you hear about it. And even if you don't know the person we all live the same lifestyle l.. You know and it can happen to anyone of us we really really feel. It was a tragic boating accident. That happened this past summer in the community regulate and together Strangers put together a fundraiser as a family who lost a husband wife thousands and thousands of dollars to help support the family for transportation and costs. Because it's it's dying in the north is expensive In your experience how to northern communities handle grief well this is actually really the kind of the silver lining to the the beauty in. It is that we're really good at coming together and supporting each other and putting things aside when there's a tragedy and is a shame that we have to do this so often but at least this is the time when you see us at our best helping each other. It must be difficult free as as someone who lives in Montreal now When someone dies in your community how do you? How do you agree from afar? Yeah it's it's always kind of a strange situation to be in you feel really alone. You spend a lot of time on facebook looking at pictures and messaging people phone calls with parents and friends just checking in seeing what's going going on trying to stay up to date and also connecting with other people that are far away saying here. It's going on at home and just kind of that feeling of trained find at least connect with somebody and sometimes the Internet has made it a lot better because he can now see pictures and videos from faraway but before that it was even more difficult very isolating imagine. Yeah but there's you know there's the after realize that you're not alone in this and other people far away that are affected and you can talk to them. Haven't really connect with them and support each other now. Ozzy as you mentioned social media has really changed how we grieve. But do you think it's made it easier or more or difficult as somebody who who may not be able to get home for that Social Media has definitely changed we even the north in some ways. It's bad because is the families that are grieving can sometimes get inundated with people. Wanted to know what happened or wanting to see how they can help the families. Just want some privacy at the time but then also at the same time for those of us. That can't physically be there. It's a way for us to watch and feel like we're there Sometimes it might even be feel a little bit further away but at the very least yes. We can sort of participate in our own way even if it is kind of shallow in spite of all the untimely deaths in northern communities They still continue to survive. Five and thrive. What do you think that says about any Weirton about indigenous people in general? Well I think that our lives have not always been easy. We know what it's like to live through hardships and that has helped make people very empathetic when it comes to things like this I. It's our reflects to reach out and and help and this this helping each other. It's what kept US alive in the past is what kept our ancestors alive. And it's with keeping US alive right now What types of initiative have you seen in communities that are are combatting and dealing with this issue? I think my favorite is comes comes from Maine and it's create a good day and this comes from Dorothy Adan talk through and She was a youth leader. She did a lot of great work in Nain and she said if you see someone who's not having a good day then create a day and that's what I think the main messages I think if you're if you're hurting because of a death and you see other people hurting you need to help them and by helping them you help yourself and everybody feels better. That's how you heal. What are some Potential things that that we can do you know other things besides Sinoe creating good days that we could do to help fix this issue. Increase life expectancies. Well I'd say on the personal level you know just embrace you awkward. Don't be afraid to reach out. Don't be afraid to look bad if you don't know what to say to say. I'm sorry I don't know what to say but I'm here your offer people food. Don't wait for people to ask for help. That's going to help a lot on the personal level the largest societal levels. I think that we need more support for mental health. I think that we need. We need to champion more positive role models to show that there are people out there doing good things because I think a lot of people are feeling hopeless. Ed just hope that With each year in the generation of people that we can do better and be kinder and help each other more and just hope that trend continues as as do why. I'm sure as do all of us. Thank you so much for your time today. All right thank you.

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Demi Lovato says she had a "terrible experience" at 2016 Met Gala

Donna and Marley

02:12 min | 3 years ago

Demi Lovato says she had a "terrible experience" at 2016 Met Gala

"Is going viral ring this is the my talk now trending report was this was lit a service and this report is brought to you by skin rejuvenation clinic well at twenty one years ago today we lost one of the most innovative hiphop artists in the world the notorious b i g he was shot and killed twenty one years ago today and and still don't know who did it but a good god could that man rap gone too soon uh elvis is interesting demi lovato thrown some bad shave at adan nicki menaj apparently they had a horrible experience at the 2016 met gala and cheating the hand demi lovato says nicki menaj was a complete be word i cannot say and said it was she was miserable and jet and the drink king after meeting nicki menaj or he h uhip say oh goodness no fortnight mobile you know your kid maybe play as all my friends play this fortnight is getting out of hand well fortnight is coming to the ios and it looks like it's going to feature ps4 pc cross play this game is crazy everyone's played i have nods buds good god it is it's taken over moderate your gaming at is my advice for the day i have some friends who do not that is strengthening here my talk you can see for yourself on our facebook instagram an twitter pages of course mitag want us of a one dot com you're now what we now seem more at my talk what a seven one dot com one one as you said you and the answer what in camera new yes.

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"adan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"adan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The bar but they would be drinking at home adan on the book you know a on the ranch where at the bar and it seems like man i mean they just their drinking a round the clock but can you imagine a real workplace like this i mean aside from an actual bar could you imagine i just don't i just don't know how that goes on for a long time i really don't with so many people a according to the accusations of so many people you know involved did you would have to assume that at least a few of them we're not happy with her were not in of didn't partake wow route uh in other news barbra streisand babb's is back in the news it's been a long time you in fact in you and i bought a year ago go to our website to say she talking about anything i think we did 'cause we weed mr uh it's a wears babb's dot com i gave because where we we when she said in an interview published this week by variety that dead president donald trump was not the real winner of the election and that voting machines were rate in his favour uh i believe hillary won the election i've talked to senators from michigan and and wisconsin remember we we told you this said you know we got to the point uh i mean it was i mean after the election me one you've got a poll showed that half of clinton voters and this was like a in january i believe uh of uh right you know this is even before he took office that half of clinton voters sought that russia hacked the election day votes and by the time you got to may of last year i believe it was the pew research fall off to deuce of to check it out but the poll the came out last april or may that showed that the people believed that uh you know that the uh it was like fifty six percent of democrats believe still at that point that the russians hacked the election and then of course trump must have been involved in it some and of course was completely untrue but that was the.

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"adan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"adan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This this wonderful opportunity to can be on tour doing these shows the performing of what's affectionately known as a chilling circuit which allow me to get into gorna millions of fans so when i actually came to hollywood and try to do my first movie there they were like what is this we're not doing this guy was able to go home and do it out of my trunk and sell it the dvds as i've been doing before adan grateful for low lionsgate and that relationship in the people over there who said come on we'll let you do joe way so so to setting up at atlanta allow me again to have the opportunity to do it my way which has been which has been incredible to mention lionsgate was there a person there that really was openminded that was open to yeah mike passive acrobats and stand was the guy who said this week we need to do this with you and and since it it's been just a love fish john bell time over there been really really really great and you know as wonderful as i've had incredible partnerships over the years who will allow me to build the studio he felt to to uh support all that i've done what you've captured feet firmly in atlanta and just outside atlanta why is that did you ever think actually action should move west that you go out with the rail no atlanta's always been on for me when i first move their 22 years old i thought this is the promised land this is where i'm going to try to bill measuring and to have the support of governor nathan deal and the georgia come commission to that's that's bringing in all of this incredible and he's credible films in these incredible crews that are coming up in georgia and so many people working to have about ninety thousand people go through the gates set salivary studios working over these last years been phenomenal to say so i'm just atlanta's atlanta's home i'll be there i'll be there the me she's going through a huge transformation right now we see it almost every day particularly over.

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"adan" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"adan" Discussed on KTRH

"She suddenly adan urged to look to the left as she looked out her plate glass windows there was a strange looking object hovering just outside the window was close enough to the window she says she could tell us how far it was away from the glass she estimates it was within six or eight feet of heard location it looked like a almost like a golden pearl just hovering motionless outsider window she was enthralled by she says she got up she walked through the window and stared at it for probably she estimates thirty to forty five seconds suddenly the object moon started moving away from the window at a very slow speed it uh made a sudden abrupt turned to the northwest and disappeared between some buildings curious thing about this georges about a minute after a disappeared firmer window a helicopter flew below the tops of her building and the earth the local buildings and followed the path of this object very interesting report in this posted to our website for the third of september her last year next report comes from alaska in fact i just received this report tonight from a gentleman who lives in alaska i presume on the key night peninsula south of anchorage he reports that on the twenty eight th of january he was driving north on the highway 1 on the key nye peninsula had a couple kids in the back of his van and he rounded a corner and saw a stack of nine red lights positioned vertically one above the other equal distant from each other and he was somewhat intrigued by this because he was familiar with the highway there is no no antenna or any tall structure in that area he got a little bit closer he started to slow down he was on the nice.

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"adan" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"adan" Discussed on KTRH

"She suddenly adan urged to look to the left as she looked out her plate glass windows there was a strange looking object hovering just outside the window was close enough to the window she says she could tell us how far it was away from the glass she estimates it was within six or eight feet of heard location it looked like a almost like a golden pearl just hovering motionless outsider window she was enthralled by she says she got up she walked through the window and stared at it for probably she estimates thirty to forty five seconds suddenly the object moon started moving away from the window at a very slow speed it uh made a sudden abrupt turned to the northwest and disappeared between some buildings curious thing about this georges about a minute after a disappeared firmer window a helicopter flew below the tops of her building and the earth the local buildings and followed the path of this object very interesting report in this posted to our website for the third of september her last year next report comes from alaska in fact i just received this report tonight from a gentleman who lives in alaska i presume on the key night peninsula south of anchorage he reports that on the twenty eight th of january he was driving north on the highway 1 on the key nye peninsula had a couple kids in the back of his van and he rounded a corner and saw a stack of nine red lights positioned vertically one above the other equal distant from each other and he was somewhat intrigued by this because he was familiar with the highway there is no no antenna or any tall structure in that area he got a little bit closer he started to slow down he was on the nice.

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"adan" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"adan" Discussed on WDRC

"A a a a a token statemen a on it and uh massively would increase the number of people who don't pay taxes while you know that which means the burden just falls on a smaller number of of of of of people across the uh uh the board that them will have repercussions uh also in an an idahoans union als us on i'd like to see the analysis on it if you take away a if you if you take away remember 'cause they you know they would they would double they would a double the or almost double the your personal deduction but you're exemption would go away so it's really not doubling what you would get off uh and you know for married people yes they would bend if it more because of go from twelve thousand to twenty four thousand uh but remember were a country of growing single people um there's more single people than ever before so single people would be particularly what might particularly be hit hard depending on where you were taken away the mortgage deduction will that have a huge hit on home building in this country in which his guy a critical key uh to the economy i haven't seen anybody dual workup on the the possibilities of if you took away the mortgage deduction for how that would affect house building in this country right which is a huge driver of the economy yes i am at because when you when you look at the especially new home built uh people often go out than by furniture and everything else and there's this there's this uh this compounding effects on the local economy and then of course on the bigger picture when that starts to happen as a trend nationwide um i wonder a again when you present this this gop plan even the fact that a i mean i i'm confident this is going nowhere but you're going to have to get out and promote it for a few weeks bow we're getting into october and then in the few months were getting into uh 2018 midterm while you're getting out in your promoting adan but you're not promoting the specific saw that widow really a a affect the people i wonder how many of them if you're backed it to be passed i wonder how many of them are because my my question is this for the gop you know you float this tax plan.

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"adan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"adan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Now some of the points that you really were astounded to uncover we already found the manifest showing that some name harbin homes went to london right before the murders and somebody using one of his most wellknown aliases came back and then the murder started picking up again that's a pretty good case we also see that the way he did his murders in the imo was similar in the case of him kind of smothering and quickly stabbing women in the ripper murders and then subduing them with gasses and other ways to knocked them out by drugging them in the murder castle kind of cute tin you'd that that vein of evil so we we see some of those aspects we also see that the imagery matches up we see that hand writing an analysis matches up in that it was believed by scotland yard that it was in american and most likely a doctor and that matches with our our number one suspect here what were some of the other pieces that you guys uncovered that really started to excite you even more that you realized oh my god my my thoughts and ideas are really coming together here this is this is astounding i tell you there was a piece i think in episode i have one we were in chicago dave and we were dealing with the ex detective rey johnston who had done some research regarding rip urged style murders in chicago that adan been rip ordered and do remember the timed scale that eat but he put the together where or homes came back to chicago there were zero while he was in chicago the number went up to this huge number and then when he was aware that it stopped you remember that yes that to me had i been on aid jury and seen that evan and homes had been the ended under trial that would have been incredibly different difficult for me not to put up a weight on his hard evidence of guilt that that really is down to me and before the show uh dave i had no idea that that was that was the fat all right so there's another great point for you as your researching this.

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"adan" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"adan" Discussed on PTI

"Adan we're talking to jay cutler teammates guess on the eve of a very big game in chicago in your careers together and they said to me listen this franchises never gonna win anything if he jay color is a quarterback of this team so no i don't respect not only the honesty also don't respect the lack of effort because clinton the teammates their exaggerate mrs j b nj now the guy doesn't put the deals or days work in a hell wants to pay ten million dollars very and searching for him we need to get often these topics out down a ruined him on monday to have to stay on june just a hot start mike for research hoskins or something bigger so hot start if people need to stop maker reached hoskins babe ruth because every other year somebody comes along like this kid this gives great he was terrific minor league player and now has come in hit eleven home runs and eighteen games and i see stupid words associated with this unbelievably hard start like record there's no record for what you do after eighteen there's only exaggeration is like call in the indianapolis colts couple of years ago the next great superpower i mean stop it's a great start let the kids have his start hope he continues it he's plenty of four lastplaced team pitchers will get figure him out to some degree maybe he'll be a 35 home run guy next year let let me see what happens with these guys aaron jazz it takes a while for everyone to figure them out eventually get enough tape and somebody figures and so by hottie cats no and then from one than that he was guys i absolutely i mean i i i think that this kid is going through having long and good career he won't be this heart for this thank you vast us kelly com that's color duck regan credit as kevin huber deserve for his solid london this given that he was still tackles more loss to play this rate i mean this is amazing take a look.

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"adan" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"adan" Discussed on What's Good Games

"That it would have taken place on a near future version of earth in a science fiction depiction of the world where mankind has successfully fought off an alien invasion players would join one of three factions waging a cold war over control the planet in zones plan for the game ranged from the west coast of the united states to europe south america and australia according to a source blizzard plan was to make the game world huge and to keep adan areas with expansions in the years after launch as you do within a month so that's like the basic concept up i just wanted another blizzard mol put a new fresh a whole story about that adam jones cool well we're not going to read the whole thing geometry the whole if you want to know about what tightened good it hosted article on could talk who called here's what blizzards tighten actually was rate all about and they get sad 'cause it's never going to happen law stopped trying to make fetch happen it's not going to happen all citing so what i was thinking about this may first gut reaction was earthbound 64 because that went through a crazy development cycle over twelve years it was starting in development started in 1984 in the super nintendo and then it went to the n 64 and then it was going to do the n 64 dd and then went back to in 64 it was briefly a concept for gamecube and then in two thousand and six it was finally released for the game boy advance uh so i don't really know if i can count that as a game that never really yes but i wanna thank you sammer they don't have to on the next one but i'm going to do anyway the one thing that is not necessarily a game game m zilt the legend has all the opinion of time.

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"adan" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"adan" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"I love him it spiked up an avid and are the start the are ways to like your stomach area this is gonna like rural veto googles silver could argue home after i took it bear okay come back in cemetery ticket sir bob bronco welcome night here a boise state all the freshmen coming in nurse they in school if he just move the idaho welcomed the boise workers and box your first kits in the morning and were be housing tonight with matteo were super excited and giardi is already in she counter nights well as you very badly like a lot of this is for like adan incoming is the first year students welcome thing yeah so like you learn like the fight song alert all that kind of step and she wants to go because like she had so much fun doing it three years ago so she's like our senior yeah i says he's like maybe i'll go and like maybe i kinda like crash in isolate crash the party could she's part of the eleven night like she does the tours and things like that and she's really good at that stuff yeah and i thought i was watching her snapped and she went to bed at three o'clock this morning and i'm like oh my god she's back of course oh to any great so that starts tonight details at 1035 because fm boise dot com and then tomorrow this is what's popping off tomorrow because you know you boys about free food bright partially free ice cream i now so on the corner of of meridian and mcmillan wage why did i move because i literally lived there like white there is a stinger station and a dairy queen instead there is a de cue and there're having a grand opening tomorrow and starting at eleven o'clock and they're doing free ice cream for everyone all day every went all day and then if you buy id q ice cream cake which.

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"adan" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"adan" Discussed on KGO 810

"Can put it up payment on a condo tech anonymous with house jason middleton saturday following the forty nine his post game xiao on the next generation of cagey l eighteen kgi san traffic tillman autobody traffic that there is an accident in mountain view northbound one of one of the four ranked store with debris in the lanes and a backup behind that it is taking 25 minutes to get across the famous tale bridge eastbound ninety two had it this year and it's left with flo traffic from one on one two eight eighty and philippine valley out shit very slow traffic on southbound 280 from los altos held all the way into downtown san jose it might actually think about picking 85 to get around some of that heavy traffic there were four separate accidents on southbound 280 and denials canyon remains closed you'll need to use eight eighty or think fadi to get around it heavy traffic at a san francisco to the lower deck of the baybridge sunny skies of mild temperatures this afternoon similar conditions tomorrow with highs from the mid60s to around ninety inland by warming up again wednesday checking current temperatures it looks like our hotspot right now is livermore but not too bad eighty six degrees san jose eighty three sandra fell sixty seven oakland 72 in san francisco seventy one degrees liam saying in on me everything is either london turkey win adan we thank you live side cannot adam schiff just watched cnn and they were talking adam schiff adam schiff has actually supported a candidate we're gonna have on at six o'clock name mike levin who is running against dear liza down in and sandy in the san diego orange county area running for congress and then wednesday we're going to have the guy that's run against duncan hunter and yet and i just bring this up because a lot of people don't understand just where we are right now and it's extremely masing lee frightening to look at.

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"adan" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"adan" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Had to put his name on in order to get it produce watch how bad the red scarier male let let's go through this step by step we've got his shot let's take it let's get some good conversation you're you're about to say or the envoy said it but i'm happy just repeated which is look i'm at the senator told the beginning of the salem witch trials this has a lot of of of a witch trial because which is don't exist and the idea that somehow russia was in cahoots with trump you for whatever adan there here is your point it's not your was that the lack of a predicated act or a specific no crime asian there is no and i i am asking you charlie meyerson and then you dave laundy what is the underlying act what are we point so donald trump junior had a dumb meeting is that collusion as down while we've been talking about the evidence continues to emerge on a daily basis in for anyone to jump in at this point and say yes or no is premature and probably to use a word that's much in vogue these days stupid david isn't this just political gotcha because trump caught the national media off base chris i was this is i've said to you before i was a soviet studies major in college really yeah i was back at work and therefore actually tell the soviet love you ever in a way it worked out a lot better than uh than my republican friends who apparently have for gotten with ronald reagan taught them about the russians and the soviets it is astonishing to me then i'm sitting here in two thousand seventeen and vladimir putin has a higher approval rating among republicans then any democratic president the 80s called and wants seer degree back for from you i know the look the reality is.

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"adan" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"adan" Discussed on Mixergy

"While yet this really motivates people we always try and bring people back to that right it's not about bringing in dollars in sets right we have to do that got to pay the white bills we get it it's about having an impact our aaa um one final thing that i'm curious about a cd sell this bit these bed systems for thousands of dollars and then you also sell linens how do you think about brand extension product extensions how do you know what to adan what's not worth your time while tell you one of the reasons why we got into her into women's is that arm a lot of folks were buying are sleep systems and having trouble finding are linens for them because we have these slit king sleep systems way of his dream top sleep system toward the heads split right and you can't find linens for that you'd have to buy like a set of king women's and a set of tornado events all recap item at all because her to say look i love your product i wanna buy your products i can't find women's for it and so he said okay whoa clearly we have to offer a wiggins ride for for these folks that's really without us into that i see all right well thanks so much for doing this de la you you must feel so much happier doing this than you would have had you pursued more of an academic career i'm looking at years you're fully branded rubber you tshirts as resveratrol rare out say what i i love life i i like a big happy doing a lot of different things right now but but i love what i do i love the people around me i'm just like i said random have barnama derided rioted and enjoy it and just out to have its anweiler under matter what serious about.

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"adan" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"adan" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"And the health coverage that you have is with blue shield blue cross kaiser whoever it may be out unbeknownst to you the any claim that you might have against your health care provider you must you must go to arbitration that you didn't agree to that but that has been upheld an and found to be appropriate for example they let let me be longer this should second your kaiser you think kaiser committed malpractice you want to file a lawsuit you on a judge injury to hear this unbeknownst to you the green meant the you have with kaiser says you can't go to trial against us with the jury trial you must go arbitrate this case so a single person now is going to be the arbitrator of the dispute so you have signed away your right to a jury trial you hair and maybe you didn't even do them be in the negotiations exposure member of union so the union is negotiating with kaiser to do healthcare the union agrees okay fine we want this coverage but we will agree to arbitration so then there's a binding kondracke and you're not even a party to it but that binds you with respect to your being able to have a jury trial against kaiser and that's been upheld by the supreme court that that is that's problematic i have some problems with adan as you appointing out you've you've given up your right not not a night knowing voluntary waiver of the seventh amendment which allows you to have a jury trial but you don't get a jury trial not only that he not you don't get a jury trial but no court ever will review the result of the arbitrator the the supreme court has said said that arbitration is binding and non appealable so the arbitrator is almost incapable of error or mistake whether he he or she makes one are not really isn't the issue you can't get it review source i'm here justice excuse me if i am train he's always interrupting yeah you did have the no interruption rule i know you talk about earlier if we if word in front of a trial judge and the trial judge makes mistakes that we think is is legally wrong which a court.

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"adan" Discussed on ECLECTICIST

ECLECTICIST

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"adan" Discussed on ECLECTICIST

"A rally rally to my side um in defence but you agree you'll not discover any of the outcomes if you don't raise the topic and i think we've gotten to a place where we've been beaten back to the point where as you say we just retreat into our shells and all of that potential conversational goodness has just snuffed out before before it even aired that that is the threat that the threat that i i i've heard so many encounters adan conversations and all sorts of things online where the antagonists will pull out this trump card not trump i think we can say trump card anymore it is a soaked too much baggage has a different has a different meaning yeah but any law trump card means you win but i would even so true it's just so distracting trump just being in line in a sentence but anyway will if if there's any kind of discussion between a person of colour and a white person it's perfectly ok to say something like will as a white person you wouldn't understand or in it's just that this doublestandard re you could just be as disparaging is you want because while come on white person oppressors we just need to roll the clock back a couple of centuries to see what all white people are really like i mean come on we can't trust these people and then there's no sort of like comeback to that it's like okay well you win but it's just racism but in the other direction but it that's fine on every year allowed to say that but i agree and that's exactly what it is so and this is the problem what am i i think a lot.

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