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Huawei unveils flagship foldable smartphone for China market

Daily Tech News Show

03:46 min | 3 months ago

Huawei unveils flagship foldable smartphone for China market

"Have another foldable phone. This one from wall way. Sarah tells all about it all right away. The made x. two which now holds the screen inside like the samsung galaxy. Fold rather than wrapping around the outside when you close it while we added a second six point. Four or five inch led ninety. Heard screen to the made to for you to use. It is folded. The inside foldable screen is eight inches. Twenty four by twenty display and the company says the mate x has less of an internal gap so it folds flatter than the galaxy full. So they're obviously making comparisons there. The screen folds into a waterdrop shape at the hinge when closed to prevent chrissy and and also breaking the made two launches but the android ten based. Em ui eleven. No google services but while we says it will be. One of the first device is upgraded to harmony os. That's always us in april. The made extra comes to china on february twenty fifth for seventy thousand nine hundred ninety nine one which is about two thousand seven hundred eighty five. Us dollars the announcement was conducted in mandarin nod. In english as is as it was in previous announcements and facts while we may run out of parts in q to even one if us trade restrictions do remain in place. Nick asia reported last week. That always told suppliers smartphone component orders would-be sixty percent lower than last year. Yes on the one hand we we see wah wah moving over to samsung's form factor On the other hand they are touting unimproved hinge that they say well. We've moved there because we've made it better but outside this is obviously targeted only domestically in china and We it's a question of even how many they could make to sell in china. Trevor have you been paying attention to this. Yeah i mean. I think if you're running out of chips the navy a good strategy would be to put out a phone. That's this expensive. You know you're not gonna sell now. Granted they they've probably been working on this for years but like that's going to help like how many people are going to spend twenty eight hundred dollars on a folding fund but it puts wall in a position where they're innovating on this new form factor. And personally. I think that the the full actually works really well. Because you don't have that sort of lopsided gap that you do in other foldables while way is playing out the clock here. They're they're hoping they can find a way out of this and they just wanna keep making models. They sold off on her but they do not want to sell off while way itself which would be the only other way out of this but if the. Us doesn't budge. Which doesn't look like it's going to. I'm not sure how long they can go. Obviously not longer than q two if things stay exactly the way they are now. Well the the foldable itself looks pretty nice guy. I didn't watch the entire announcement again in mandarin but the subtitles. I can follow along pretty well but it does look at least you know when someone standing on stage telling you about specs. It looks to be very nice When it's you know when it's when it's being used in tablet form You got a nice little eight inch screen when you've when it's when it's folded but you can still use it as a phone kind of block easy but i think for anyone who's like yeah but i have multiple devices and one that makes sense. It does seem pretty sturdy. One thing i did like about it was that they said that it was waited on one side and it reminded me a lot of the e-readers in adel put more weight on. What side because it's a more natural way to hold the device when you're holding it open so i think that's something that hopefully other foldables will adopt. Because they're sort even because they're trying to distribute the parts evenly across the

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"adel" Discussed on Masters Decoded

Masters Decoded

08:05 min | 8 months ago

"adel" Discussed on Masters Decoded

"About working slowly towards those goals. But I always had a love for psychology because I've always had a curiosity about human behavior and what makes people tick? And kind of helping them elevate their spirit and their I you know in order to help them become more industrious in order to help the become more productive. I thought for a moment that I might pursue for light would pursue a doctoral program in psychology and I was going to focus on industrial psychology, which as you know, is kind of the psychology of business. And so I'm sort of doing that now but without the industrial psychology. That makes sense. No, it's that you had your life talk of this is what you not talked out in a way but you had the vision board that this is what you want to be. In the future yes now absolutely. So. How did like I'm sure your friends family than you spoke to them about this? How daily I? What did they say about? And they'll go for it or. Really Yeah like what was then? That's a great question. Do you mean go for it as far as my preneurs real? No the goals are. Being an actor being an anchor, be writing a book. That's very funny. Well I think I can share that he probably had multiple reactions. So my father. God bless his soul who? Asked passed a number a little over six months ago actually from complications of Covid. He was everything yet. Thank you so much new with everything to me and. But he was a physician. So training was very different. And very academic and you know I always kind of I live my life just in awe of him and I was only girl right I'm so I have four older brothers and we all kind of ventured into different different fields but I always wanted to make sure that I heard my father and my mother, and that I would make them proud because they came to the United States as immigrants from the Dominican Republic and my father was one of the first. Physicians from the Dominican Republic Back in the fifties. Yanni. Set up a practice in in in New York City and very well, my mom manages baptist. But I all this to say that that expectations were high. And so it was important to me to do the academic thing if you will and go to you know go to some of the top schools. And when I graduated from why you graduate with honors graduate from Columbia graduated with honors I just wanted to say here you go Now I'm GonNa do what I WANNA do. Nice right. Yeah. Because, I wanted to have that bragging right to their friends like my daughter went said Ivy League schools you she did very well but now I WANNA do some TV now I wanted to do what I wanna do and but always with honor and with the utmost respect and you know what my father said to me, he said. You know. This kind of gave me the green light he said to me you know when you were a little girl used to love to play teacher and used to love to play TV host. So maybe that's what you should pursue, and that gave me the green light it because he could say that the Nice ed I'm comfortable pursuing it so but there were other naysayers trust me. There are a lot of people like, are you crazy? This is such a crazy business. Yes. It is by the way it is. Business that's our. Movies off movies which talk about people who live that life so and it's a tough one because that a lot of people who aspired a lot of individuals who come from different backgrounds. Who Want to yet be? Do Things on become big now, what these initial years like when you were trying to get in and I wasn't easy cakewalk as say or definitely. Cakewalk so What I also saves I. In all honesty I did start when I was about five years old my mom put my mother. WHO's a very beautiful woman but she's also an entrepreneur in her in her own right. So she ran my father's practice but she also did real estate and real estate development and investment that sort of thing Yeah. It's so when I was a little girl and I was only Only girl the other ones for boys. She put me in a pageant. Herself didn't pageants and so yeah. So she enjoys that sort of thing. So she put me in a pageant, but I quickly realized I didn't like conscience but I liked being in the spotlight. So I enjoyed doing fashion shows, and so she put me waddling school and after school and is a place here and there, but it wasn't until. I. Took it. Seriously it was right after college after graduate, school. And You know because I didn't want to disappoint my father by focusing on that before. And you know. So I waited a little bit. Okay. I waited. But once but once I did it's funny I graduated and within about a month I was hosting my own TV show in New York, which is kind of crazy to say. But? I. Went to a party my cousin's girlfriend at the time headsets meal. I heard that you just wait and I said, yes it's just like Oh. This is wonderful. She's like, what do you want take well How my own TV show. And she's young and she said to me it was this a random conversation in east. She says the you know what? I have a friend WHO's a photographer. who heads a friend who a producer and he's looking for a host for his TV show. I'm going to introduce you okay and I thought she was joking I'm like Oh. Yeah I'm sure I'm like, oh. She's just saying that to be nice. You know she's my cousin's girlfriend and you know we exchanged numbers. We had the conversation literally the next week she's like, Val, Hey, remember me she's like I talked to for he said, you know we can meet with him this week. Until we met with photographer. He's like this is great. You have a great look for the Shell. I'M GONNA call my friend right now and that was it I addition for for. For his friend and within a few weeks, I was hosting a bilingual entertainment show New York and it was shown here as well as in New York and the tri-state area, New York, new, Jersey Connecticut, as well as the Dominican Republic Wall, which is where the producer was found so. Yet, and then from there, I just started auditioning for commercials for advertisements as advertisements and. Yeah and yeah and then I started getting agents. So you, agents are there to help you book shows. And and works voice overs TV commercials TV shows that sort of thing and of course, they take a commission from that. But yes, I just started doing a lot of research about the business and I was my very first agents and yeah, just went from there and I wonder having was like seven agents in managers. So wow. Yeah that's good for you. Know I think. Very good that explains got.

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Size with Jayde Adams an``d Stephanie Yeboah

The Guilty Feminist

05:12 min | 10 months ago

Size with Jayde Adams an``d Stephanie Yeboah

"But last night I played a new game I'd never played for called Word Slim. And the idea was you'd get a cont. That would have a clue on like hot air balloon and in under a minute you have to clue your partner. You can only use words on cards in your deck. So if it was hot air balloon, for example, you could do what I did and use the word transport old fashioned. Sky. and. They're sort of obviously shouting things out and trying to guess, and if you're playing with Thomas Alinsky, he won't know what that means. All you can do what the opposing team did and just use the word up. And with that one word, they would know that the answer was hot air ballooning. Even, though that team was not married. And hadn't spent every waking hour of lockdown together. So should be more a little bit more telepathic but what are you gonNa do I can't think what other things old-fashioned transport in the sky but anyway, it doesn't matter. Lots of rounds forced us into rather binary way of describing things like, for example, when Thomson Linski queued janitor as man job inside building and I said, afterwards could be a woman Jonathan could be woman but this kept happening in a sort of kept talking to everybody and I wanted everyone to feel comfortable and eventually I said. Ask speed I'd had two vodkas accidentally accidentally said look we're. We don't have time for feminists. Though was that time of went very fast and sometimes you do sink of among agenda. So I do think I am not open to discussing the words I use to describe gala. But one of those hot and I won that round so. I'm a feminist, but I make jokes about my weight sometimes on TV and other women don't like it and they send me lots of DM's about this constantly. But I like to joke about my weight because I find it. Funny. For example, one of the jokes they didn't like was something I said about an elevator I got into an elevator in debonair and it said this lift is overcapacity and I was the only one in it. which made half of the audience laugh. But the other half were worried about my sanity when I did that and just to let you know I just think it's very funny when I don't fit and stuff and I know that's not very feminist of me. But it's funny. I'm a feminist Bart recently among told me that he had a best friend they just so intellectually paired you know they have such brilliant deep conversations and they also have this great are and. They nearly kissed one spot. He pulled back from it because he said, don't lose the friendship but then she said look I really have feelings for you and I really fancy you and you obviously fancy me and this could be perfect and he went I thought. No, I think I'd rather have the friendship. And I just felt for her so much that I said, what happened to men. There was a time when men would be like, yes please sex what has happened to that I mean obviously, that's not what I said to him. That's not right but I, hear the story so much now that Frisco, he's perfect for me I'm perfect for him. He's just like I can take a leave it and I was like, but surely you should try it because in the words of Adel, you could have had it all and With the REGGAE beat and I. Felt. Like if this was a woman, say my best friend is in love with me and I'm not love with him and so I I absolutely boundaries distance because it was a man I was just like I feel sad for her and I think this is going to end in some kinds of wrong combine to the airport. I do feel a bit bad about it but no spot is I should. I'm a feminist, but my boyfriend gets a little of DMZ from women who pretend to be my fans telling in a great I am. And instead of saying things to them, I followed them. and become their best friend. Because they felt anything I just believe. That any person who messages someone after midnight. Oh I mean even slightly before that. I mean. That's all ten pm. Ten there was. A former cups of it's ten. Oh. One is that I feel that's on the ballot. Top Ten you can do as well, but reaching eleven to twelve and onwards. then. And he never easel was just being friendly. An idiot. And I only know this because I too was in my twenties and I'm because of him. He should feel very flattered since I've been with him and in the relationship I've become a better feminist because terrible behavior me telling them what to do.

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Im obsessed with Tik-Tok! How can I make money from it?

Side Hustle School

03:09 min | 10 months ago

Im obsessed with Tik-Tok! How can I make money from it?

"Hi, Chris. This is Kelly from Los Angeles and I am obsessed with Tiktok. How can I make money from it? I was late to every social network and I don't want to miss my chance this time. Now, I see people using Tiktok in lots of ways in some thirteen year olds have millions of followers. I'm not thirteen and don't have millions of followers but I'm getting good at making short comedy videos based on the stand up work I do. But. How do I go from people liking my videos to getting paid there seems to be a missing link. Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you Kelly. So glad you're out there I will be. Keeping my fingers crossed for your tiktok career. Now seriously folks have you seen gummy bear Adel just google that if you have not discovered that and some of my detailed research into this question and also from watching videos in the middle of the night Google that phrase gummy bear del, you'll see a recreation of Adele's classic hits being performed by an audience of multicolored gummy bears, and of course, are many re-creations of this video with more gummy bears and paper cranes and other small object cover bands. It's crazy what people put out these days like I said, a lot of talented people out there also a lot of people with a lot of time on their hands. But all good now as for the question is is tough. Okay. Because there are a lot of thirteen year olds with millions of followers. I'm not totally sure I always understand all of it myself whenever I make this show or give advice I try to be aware of my own experiences and constraints and biopsies and such but I would say just just kind of looking at it big picture don't mistake your social media following for customers I know way too many people with large followings on lots of networks who don't actually do that. Well, on the business side this is kind of like the the secret of you know some of this influence re world in Florence. Murray, just made that word up because they don't have a product. Then there are lots of people who have very little social profile. They actually don't post very much at all and they're not really engaged in that world, but they do very well businesswise. So it's just a question of like what are you trying to focus on? What are you trying to accomplish and I would say one thing that would help if someone is going this route is to connect their online fame to some kind of service or product from the beginning. So if you're a comedian, you know sell tickets to shows virtual or otherwise and do that actively and frequently from the beginning. And include on your profile page where people can support your patriots just for example, it could be something else same thing if you're a musician, make it clear that you're actually trying to accomplish something through this process, you don't oversell you'd want to over promote but at the same time like having that connection to something is not just important. I, think it's vital and of course, wherever you can encourage that legion of fans all those followers to migrate away from just following you on one network because networks do come and go even the big ones to following you on several or downloading your podcast or joining your emails like. Actually choosing to be, you're not just clicking follow button on one particular network. That's how you'll establish more lasting meaningful and ultimately valuable connections.

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How can I make money using TikTok

Side Hustle School

03:09 min | 10 months ago

How can I make money using TikTok

"Hi, Chris. This is Kelly from Los Angeles and I am obsessed with Tiktok. How can I make money from it? I was late to every social network and I don't want to miss my chance this time. Now, I see people using Tiktok in lots of ways in some thirteen year olds have millions of followers. I'm not thirteen and don't have millions of followers but I'm getting good at making short comedy videos based on the stand up work I do. But. How do I go from people liking my videos to getting paid there seems to be a missing link. Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you Kelly. So glad you're out there I will be. Keeping my fingers crossed for your tiktok career. Now seriously folks have you seen gummy bear Adel just google that if you have not discovered that and some of my detailed research into this question and also from watching videos in the middle of the night Google that phrase gummy bear del, you'll see a recreation of Adele's classic hits being performed by an audience of multicolored gummy bears, and of course, are many re-creations of this video with more gummy bears and paper cranes and other small object cover bands. It's crazy what people put out these days like I said, a lot of talented people out there also a lot of people with a lot of time on their hands. But all good now as for the question is is tough. Okay. Because there are a lot of thirteen year olds with millions of followers. I'm not totally sure I always understand all of it myself whenever I make this show or give advice I try to be aware of my own experiences and constraints and biopsies and such but I would say just just kind of looking at it big picture don't mistake your social media following for customers I know way too many people with large followings on lots of networks who don't actually do that. Well, on the business side this is kind of like the the secret of you know some of this influence re world in Florence. Murray, just made that word up because they don't have a product. Then there are lots of people who have very little social profile. They actually don't post very much at all and they're not really engaged in that world, but they do very well businesswise. So it's just a question of like what are you trying to focus on? What are you trying to accomplish and I would say one thing that would help if someone is going this route is to connect their online fame to some kind of service or product from the beginning. So if you're a comedian, you know sell tickets to shows virtual or otherwise and do that actively and frequently from the beginning. And include on your profile page where people can support your patriots just for example, it could be something else same thing if you're a musician, make it clear that you're actually trying to accomplish something through this process, you don't oversell you'd want to over promote but at the same time like having that connection to something is not just important. I, think it's vital and of course, wherever you can encourage that legion of fans all those followers to migrate away from just following you on one network because networks do come and go even the big ones to following you on several or downloading your podcast or joining your emails like. Actually choosing to be, you're not just clicking follow button on one particular network. That's how you'll establish more lasting meaningful and ultimately valuable connections.

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Iraq Chooses New Prime Minister

Forum

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Iraq Chooses New Prime Minister

"Iraqi lawmakers have chosen a new prime minister who fills a post that had been vacant for six months intelligence chief and former journalist Mustafa al convening becomes the new prime minister he replaces Adel Abdul Mahdi who resigned following massive anti government protests voting on the oil and foreign ministers was delayed as the parties squabbled over

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Taylor Swift releases promo for The Man video ...with eerily similarity to Kanye West and Kim Kardashian's famous white hallway

Colleen and Bradley

11:19 min | 1 year ago

Taylor Swift releases promo for The Man video ...with eerily similarity to Kanye West and Kim Kardashian's famous white hallway

"Now if you are not in a place people in our listening audience were you're not driving I'm sorry if you're in a place where you're not driving and you have some sort of electronic device in front of you do me the favor of googling Taylor swift I I'll be the man video the man music video okay Google that so you can see Bradley all you have to do is click on the link I provided it made it quite easy for you I'm because what you're going to see is a teaser for her next video called the man and that will drop tomorrow at seven AM now four weeks ago when I would have seen this image I would have had a whole different opinion than they do today the reason I have a different opinion is because I watched the Taylor swift documentary on Netflix and I feel like I've learned a little bit more about her and her motivation for being who she is publicly the reason why this is got people talking is because the image shows a series of archways that are that kind of follow down a hallway yeah it alone not a big deal sure but this is an art form right like Taylor swifties all I love to pick apart her whole thing is a sorry get emotional yes I think what you're saying is the swifties like to read into everything that Taylor swift released and she always gives them a little wink wink in the process does so this archway the reason why people are talking about it is because it is eerily similar to the archway that has become an iconic representation of the home that Kanye west and Kim Kardashian Livin okay we've seen it in architectural magazines we've seen it on her Instagram we've seen this archway time and again and she has mimicked at and is using it to promote her the man video also visible in this picture in this image to promote her video which drops tomorrow R. many different hands in colored gloves yep so like a purple glove and then he'll blow up a glove in a mustard colored glove in a coral love a suit fans have pointed out that there are nineteen hands present god what is that tell me a luminosity what does that number mean she was nineteen years old at the time that Kanye west stole that moment from her interesting now here's what's interesting about this honestly I mean in of itself it's like all that you know she's doing that thing again I can I would have rolled my eyes four weeks ago okay but what I'm realizing now and how did you watch the Taylor swift documentary yes you did okay yes they eat you I did you come away from it with a different sort of idea of what Taylor thinks she's doing with her persona I yeah actually yes and I walked away from his americana having the name of it I totally respect for Taylor swift so I would have thought that she was doing this to try to keep this narrative about Kanye west alive and my criticism of that had always been you're the only one who's keeping it alive you are the only one who seems to be unable to move yourself past this point but after watching this summer americana I actually see differently what she believes she's doing with this narrative is telling a story about what like what women have been suggested SIG what women have been what's the word I'm looking for I don't know what women have been subjected to okay just by virtue of being women mmhm and so I now I see this as like a symbol for what this song is about you you've gone into the shallow and just had a different interpretation right what you're seeing because I do feel like she really she's being very thoughtful about whatever this message is that she's going to be putting forth in this it's not about beating the dead horse of that one time that kind you took her took her spotlight it or about the time that kind a used her image and words that she said without her permission it's not about that long standing feud it's about what it symbolizes and what it has done to her and what people can relate to yeah I just am excited to see this video and see how that plays out in the video yeah and it'll be interesting to see what the videos she's not like Taylor swift is successful for a number of reasons least of which she placed her audience she knows exactly what our audience wants she knows exactly where her audience as evidenced by the fact that her documentary was so successful she has he added are put around her people that are very good at telling a story and so this is clearly the story that she wants to tell and she thinks this is the story that our audience wants to seize it wants to see so it'll be interesting to see that and what that looks like when the video comes out but I mean it would clearly it's going to make sense because she would not be doing this otherwise Taylor swift again is not an individual she's a machine there is an individual bear right but she's telling a story and using that machinery to sell that product but yes yes that's all true and what you learn when you see him miss americana the documentary is you start to get a feel for how much more she really is involved in that process than we ever thought she was yeah and I'm you know listen I am a conspiracy theorist to so I can go to the place of you know are they it was that for show or you know I I understand that I was watching a documentary that she signed off on right so I can understand how maybe the documentary would make it look one way maybe if it's not actually that way I mean it's not gonna be critical of anything she's done right but when you do see how she has these conversations with the very very male senior a group of people who are her advisors no it's a very good message thanks you again I'm what I'm saying is that I think she's very good at what she does and right now she is playing to the people that are watching and listening yeah it would be ridiculous for her to do otherwise yeah I think you don't for as far as he looked like Taylor swift is able to identify that in her career one of the things that has brought her swifties through with her is that she will think that they're kind of grow they've grown up together so like when she experiences something and she writes a song about it the people who are fans of hers are typically in that stage of life or just approaching that stage of life for just leaving that stage of life in a way that that is all relatable to happen to them then when she progresses to our next album there is relatable stuff there so in so many ways the swifties have just gone through things and now I feel like she's realizing she's coming to an agent actually she says as much in the documentary that she's coming to an age where she you can only reinvent yourself so many times in a way that the audience will actually accept and she recognizes that she's kind of on borrowed time and I get this feeling that she's trying to say the things that she feels the need to be said in the way that people can hear them as soon as you possibly can yes so that they will be heard but they're also spinning again they're also smart because they know that this feud gets attention like she's not going to talk about something that's important to her if there's not a way to get attention beyond just her audience right and that's the exact same thing Connie does that's true I mean that is true you may just buy the product that Taylor swift is selling versus the product that Connie selling but I guarantee there is an audience that talks you know as passionately about what kind he's doing and the messages he's putting in his artwork they are very very again that's like that it's not that you and I don't think we ever did this and you can call it conspiracy theory but I think what we do on the show is really just look at what's actually going on verses like I don't think Taylor swift sitting in a back room going how can I screw people not as much money as humanly possible but Taylor swift is a part of an industry she is not just a a woman under herself there is a Taylor swift there right the more fascinating story to me is like how that woman that engages that industry and that machine and what she does with it and there is where I think you can begin to make judgments about the kind of art people are creating and then it just becomes a matter of like who you identify more with if you identify with I mean all the things you're saying are totally relevant to well a lot of our audience for example women right you have women who can totally relate to the kinds of experiences that she's had in that she's gone through yeah and she has been very very successful at giving even younger girls who haven't had those experiences some some resources and some tools and some ways to think about and talk about the world that's around it which is incredibly very helpful also she's selling something whenever somebody selling something I begin to wonder at which point all of her good intentions are gonna run up against her need and desire to have something to sell it has those two things that to me is the interesting part like at what point does Taylor swift walk away from the things that she might hold these values in order to you know push her career further down the road because there because for every Taylor swift yeah there is a woman who didn't play the game the way Taylor swift has played the game and we don't hear her voice we don't see her story her Netflix special person I always think about is Adel because they are contemporaries they are peers they are the same age and Adel has done I you know boy I would love to accept them side by side and like to watch them be interviewed by somebody far more intelligent than I am about the choices that they made along the way during their career and what informs their choices now because what we see Adele doing now is not pumping music I'll write laughed but you know she's an artist and he's a songwriter yeah she never has really tried to fit into a mold I'm in the same way that Taylor swift has I just would be cute I love to look at their careers side by side and see how their how they make because I I also think they're both equally popular in the sense that they're both household names in the same way yeah definitely two entirely different career path yeah I think it does just far more focused on her part I think Taylor right far more focused on being something more than her art but I but I wonder if you talk to Taylor if she would say if she's in her mind I think she believes she is focused on her heart I would do that's what I'm curious about like I would love to see that beat you know flushed out

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Iraqi officials: Former communications minister selected as new prime minister-designate by rival political blocs

Leo Laporte

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Iraqi officials: Former communications minister selected as new prime minister-designate by rival political blocs

"Needs the rack apparently has a new prime minister Iraqi officials say former communications minister Muhammad allow he has been named a prime minister Allawi is replacing Adel Abdul Mahdi Iraq's president gave parliamentary and our parliament until today to select a prime minister or he said he would choose one

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Iraqi PM tells US to decide mechanism for troop withdrawal

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Iraqi PM tells US to decide mechanism for troop withdrawal

"A rock tells the US to make a decision on troop withdrawal Iraqi prime minister Adel Abdul Mahdi one secretary of state Mike Pompeii to send a delegation to a rock to work out the details for the withdrawal of American troops from Iraq Abdul Mahdi's office says the request was made during a telephone call Pompeii all made to the prime minister Thursday night Abdul Mahdi says Iraq rejects all violations against its sovereignty that includes the attacks by Iranian forces against bases housing U. S. troops and American violations of Iraqi airspace in the air strike that killed a top Iranian general I'm I counted

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Iraqi Parliament votes to expel U.S. troops. What now?

BBC Newshour

07:30 min | 1 year ago

Iraqi Parliament votes to expel U.S. troops. What now?

"Can return to our top story now the ramifications of the U. S. assassination of the powerful Iranian come on the custom so the money his killing took place in Iraq a country in which he wielded a great deal of power and controlled Iraqi Shia militias Iraq sees the attack as an attack on its sovereignty and the parliament has voted to force US troops to leave it's not a binding lore yet but tensions are running high one powerful Iraqi Shia cleric politician and militia leader Muqtada al sadr has tweeted his response to president trump's various threats in the wake of the assassination here is an excerpt that we've always stop you son of cabaret are you threatening people with hunger you son of casinos are you threatening people with embargo you son of night clubs are you threatening people with sanctions do you believe that your arsenal of weapons will help you do you believe watcher spies will tell you no by the lord of the speedy camels your house is weaker than the house of a spider your weapon is weaker than a mosquito bite your voice in your tweets some more hideous than the brain of the donkey did you forget Vietnam or are you longing for another clock my the words that all the political decision and militia leader Muqtada al sadr let's hear from a lace but now he is a senior adviser to the interim Iraqi prime minister Adel Abdel must be is the unanimous votes on Sunday in the Iraqi parliament to expel foreign troops in the country country likely to become little number one it's a political move that I think a in fact part of parliament this block and parliament had to do F. for multiple domestic reasons so it was necessary number two I don't think it stops there I think there is a genuine push and drive to remove US bases from Iraq Iran has made that a goal and do a multiple rocket groups have made that a gold too and this has been inflamed by the fact that walls a violation of national sovereignty so it goes beyond Iran's position this happened it has been a violation of Iraq's sovereignty and I think it has been a breakdown in communication between the Iraqi government and the U. S. so we have a problem there and it should gray nobody knows exactly how it's going to be resolved so when when we looked at the way in which that vote when it was predominantly Shia MPs who voted in favor of the US foreign troops leaving Iraq one rate will sit there and that the Sunni MPs and Kurdish MPs decided to stay away because clearly this is a major rift insights domestic politics in Iraq it's a major rift and it sets an emotional moment in Iraq so politicians F. factored in those emotions street emotions those emotions are you she eighty is there nothing Kurdish areas that often so be eighty is so the politicians from these areas do not find themselves at two old under pressure to participate in such a vote plus the fact get our direct benefits from let's say the European and American presence in Iraq in terms of grants aids training and they do not want to be too deprived of all that and she areas it's exactly the opposite there is a strong influence and there is a lot of emotions and the streets so politicians just find it difficult to escape that position but isn't pulse of the emotion on the street manifest in the demonstrations that we have seen in Iraqi cities in the past months also Paulson which have been to do ways objecting to foreign interference in Iraq and that includes the presence of Iran the US it is yes there is that amongst the she asked to day there is a division on Iran's influence but let us not forget the current position is to try to cut or foreign influence and some of them are including Iran and that it's too good a to explore currently which way it's going to go but the leader most of the subjects who is not in Iran's pocket it has also aligned his position with getting all troops out of Iraq that's what gave it more popularity but when you hear the the rhetoric from the president trump at in the aftermath of the votes in the parliament regardless of whether it's legally binding a whether it happens or not when the president says you know Iraq will have to pay for the bases in the investment that it's made in the country it does feel as though the whole still see coming from the United States is pretty profound I mean I wonder what you make about current relations between the United States and Iraq cannot context if you come into relationships between the United States and the region a different parts of the world is problematic because in particular and the Middle East it doesn't have a clear our strategy and its policies there are not clear especially if you rely on the tweets of president trump that contradicted and I think they created outrage and backlash multiple fronts so I do not take the U. S. simply as the tweets of president trump the U. S. had has more let's say off institutional presence in the region and I'd like to read the under current there rather than to simply follow the tweets of president trump what if anything can you tell us about the diplomacy that was taking place behind the scenes that costs and so the money was involved in calming tensions between the big regional powers Iran and Saudi Arabia I don't know the details but everybody knows awesome feeling that he was not only the architect of Iran's regional policy who was also the build that if the contractor to the operator and he was actually involved hands on in all these areas and I will not be surprised I told a few was directly involved in trying to re design Iran's relationship with Saudi Arabia and with other countries on security issues how far has this gone I know that the prime minister to the Iraqi prime minister has referenced that did walls and ongoing efforts to docked but I don't have details on and is it your sense now that that has been entirely de railed I think V. V. S. fascination or for shooting ninety has put at CBS and it's a setback all the efforts that Iran had the region it's a serious one because of his significant role not only in deciding but building and operating system and the region so I think this has been set back for years they could be a senior adviser to the Iraqi prime minister adult adult Mathy

Patricia Scanlon, CEO of Soapbox Labs, on Speech Recognition That Actually Works for Kids

The Voicebot Podcast

05:28 min | 1 year ago

Patricia Scanlon, CEO of Soapbox Labs, on Speech Recognition That Actually Works for Kids

"Okay voiced by listeners. I've been looking forward to this Patricia. SCANLAN IS CEO of Soapbox Labs Patricia. Thanks so much for joining me today. Thanks Oh man okay so to get started. I know a lot of people know about soapbox labs but I think a lot of people do not and so why don't you this sort of introduce yourself. Elf what you do with the company and what is so box labs do at a high level short. I'm the founder and CEO Soapbox knobs on a very high level. We are voice his technology for kids so we power third party APPS web services products that want to voice enabled for children and this is is important because Asr's automated speech. Recognition are generally tuned to adult voices adult speech patterns in Africa children correct. Yeah historically cleo always has been it's it's pheno people often told us I know kids as us like just another accent. We've just throw of audio into you into the models have been built frauds. Motley novels behaviors. Just tune it to a kid's voice on it just does not work. Historically clean never worked on on people are still trying to unfortunately no. That's why we pretty much standalone Nariaki for speech recognition for children Tick because we had laser. These are focused on this problem for over six years right. So how did you come to recognize. This is a problem we we can go back act to the fact that obviously your your time at UCD you're really focused in speech recognition. But a when was it that it came to you that hey kids are is different in the way the technology handles speech wreck. I had my own house. Basically my daughter was three at the time mm-hmm and I was observing her interacting with technology. You know she was it was. It was kind of twenty thirteen and with the dawn of Oh absolutely ipod everybody. There was at millionaires. All over the face of people really invested in making a lot of cool apps up through the in education that age group as well. I was observing her. Interacting with a reading up those teach ner emergent stage reading where you're teaching them sounds and blend them and the Dakota his watching in how a really cool piece of technology that actually it's been designed with pedagogy experts in university collaborations beautiful graphics and really it was a great a product but a reading light on the ability to assess her pronunciation. Recall what was trying to teach her so seem. I'd spent a thought point joint. I've been in the area of speech recognition for like thirteen over thirteen fourteen years. I'd always worked on speech recognition to me just seem so obvious that we should be using voice these technology to assess a child's pronunciation recall and I don't know when you're read or learning language and it just really struck me that wow there's nothing thinned out there that doses ANA level of accuracy for children's voices so I started to investigate researcher for many years. Why is this a problem? You know why nobody managed to solve this. Given the fact was twenty. Thirteen right to think that it was everywhere. The technology space was gaining gaining traction and gain not quite becoming accurate Still Good Way to go with twenty thirteen while I was working in the space and seeing the leaps we're making in Adel speech recognition and then looking at this neglected area of children's speech I'm realizing there's a huge gap here a huge opportunity. You know from an entrepreneur to be addressed To be able to give children a voice to be able to let them be hard weather they were reading or learning the language or gives playing with a toy or game. I know seen how different a child's speech is. You're talking from age three. You're very. The child is very physically. Three different from Exposes a good way to describe Indus- their vocal tracks are thinner. VOCA trucks are shorter on vocals. Walter smaller. I'm what happens in not as the of the signal. The voice signal actually resides in different parts of spectrum. were certainly former frequencies concede to Then the speech behaviors are very different than adults rights of pink or five year old seven year old or nine year old. How they speak? Take the patterns of speech Elongate Over a nun seeds there. They'll sing the whisperer. Spur the But they also don't tend to follow language either so this whole series of aspects to this stuff should inform Sola should be should have been more obvious feeless like It will fall apart. Adults Systems are trained on adult voiced as adults speech behaviors With full apart with kids on the younger you get worse spouse was in my learning. By absorbing observing in my own daughter I mentioned to scratch heckle. Why is this knocking solved in on quite a bit of Exact problem

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An Iraqi Spring?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:36 min | 1 year ago

An Iraqi Spring?

"Some of the people who have been demonstrating across Iraq in recent weeks had not been born in two thousand and three when the United States led an invasion which was supposed is to turn the country into a beacon of liberal democracy at least four hundred of the people who have demonstrated across Iraq. In recent weeks we'll never know if such an outcome ever occurs the response of authorities has been brutal with several instances of live fire used against protesters. The protests tests began in early October. They have persisted despite the heavy handed reaction of Iraqi police and other security services last weekend. Iraq's Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi admitted defeat and announced his resignation. It is unclear who or what comes next. Iraq's new protests protests a brief venting of frustration or is it something bigger than that a delayed addition to the Arab spring or a contribution to a current global eruption of rage. And will they change anything. This is the foreign desk. A lot of these really young demonstrators. And you're like kids. were like seventeen years old going to these really dangerous places where there's live bullets and all of them will stay universally. I'm not afraid I'm ready to die for this and asked him. Why aren't you afraid? And many of them will say something like you know I've gotten used to. This isn't something that scares me anymore. which is a hard thing to hear coming from early on kids? Mel Of the question is what you're on will do or will not do. It's what the the Iraqis will do or do on mainly the Iraqi political elite who are having constitutional legal and ethical obligations awesome to insulate the country from foreign influence. I would consider what we've seen in October until now this year is probably the greatest existential essential threat to the post. Two Thousand and three Iraqi State even when Isis rose the Iraqi parties and the people were together in condemning Isis and there was a clear strategy to remove isis assist. There is not a clear strategy of what needs to be done and I think the political leaders sat in Baghdad or feeling. You're listening to the foreign desk with me. Andrew Miller my first guest today is pressure Mageed a journalist based in Baghdad who has been covering the protests since the beginning of October tober pressure. First of all. Let's talk about what's been happening this week. What point have the protests got to now so the protesters have really dug in their heels? At this point. They've we've kind of set up their own mini infrastructure within Dr Square. They have tents people are sleeping there for weeks at a time. They have blankets. They have emergency health facility. Salihi stood up for people who are injured and people are really prepared to stay there for a very long time. Well let's go back to win. This started in October as as far as it was possible to tell. was there any particular thing that sparked it off obviously underlying these demonstrations a great many eh deeply-held grievances but was there. One particular thing that seemed to bring people out into the streets so at the very beginning of October the protests I I think we're kind of like normal protests right so there were huge huge huge huge numbers at the very beginning and they were protesting after office. The fact that there was no real change. They were protesting also to a certain extent military leader. WHO's popular removal from office? But they really. I think started growing quite intensely after the the government's violent response to those protesters you know. They started using bullets at the beginning of October. And I think that's part of the reason why the protests have have grown to such an extent you know there's the endemic economic issues. There's the corruption that people are just exhausted with and then there's the fact that people are just so angry that they're seeing so many people being and killed in the streets. The authorities in Iraq went incredibly quickly from a standing start to firing live rounds at civilian protesters as anybody buddy yet understood how why that happened. It's been reported by Some of the agencies that the Iraqi government gut advice ice from costumes Sulaimaniyah the head of the Revolutionary Guard on how to respond to the protests in that might have been part of the reason why the response was so violent and Y- it seems like you know how they felt at the time was that they could not allow for any protests whatsoever that they needed to stamp it out as quickly as possible. And when you say revolution regard the you are of course talking about the Iranian Revolution regard and it has been a theme of these protests that Iranian targets have often come under fire will will quite literally. We've seen several Iranian consulates and other buildings burned down in some cases repeatedly. was that something that was already in the the era kind of resentment at Iranian influence over Iraq or did that come about because of this perceived Iranian involvement in the the massacre of at least at least four hundred that we now know of demonstrators. I think it's both I mean. People were definitely already angry at Iran for its influence over Iraq and especially it's seen as the power behind zone of some of the political parties that many protesters regardless very corrupt in as one of the main reasons that Iraq is in its current situation. And and then you know people definitely Blame Iran to a large extent for the violence. That's occurred I mean you know it's not like they don't blame government as well well but you know people definitely see that. Iran is kind of like the power behind the throne

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"adel" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"adel" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi has resigned amid violent protests for political reform fox's tree angst has more over the weekend Iraqi prime minister although Mahdi submitted his resignation to parliament as bloody protests continue to rock the country now according to the Iraqi constitution the current president for Han solo we'll have fifteen days to run the government until a new prime minister is appointed and a new cabinet is for over the past month more than four hundred people have been killed and thousands injured as anti government demonstrations continue this weekend at least two people were killed as clashes erupted in the city of Najaf security forces use live ammunition and tear gas the bodies were then carried through the streets from the mosque to the grave as the protesters chanted in Arabic quote there is no god but Allah and in London three of those attacked there in that city Saturday were part of a Cambridge university program designed to connect criminology students and prisoners meantime former former vice president and twenty twenty democratic hopeful Joe Biden kicking off his no malarkey campaign by store in Iowa we're referring here because I guess is my Irish ancestry that when my grandfather would really think something's fallen you know what you say that's a lot of malarkey Phil run a noble are key to our meeting were tell the truth we're not gonna lie the visit kicks off in a day eight hundred mile road trip eleven people were wounded in the French Quarter of New Orleans early Sunday morning during a mass shooting officers were actually there and that berry block where someone decided to open fire on people police say they initially thought they were being targeted because those shots were fired so close to them the shooting happened around three thirty early this morning near the corner of Bourbon and Canal Street at the edge of the French Quarter patrols were already beat up in that area because of this weekend and will buy U..

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Iraq Prime Minister Says He Will Resign Amid Protests

Joe Gallagher

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Iraq Prime Minister Says He Will Resign Amid Protests

"The prime minister of Iraq says he will resign a statement from his office says Iraqi prime minister Adel Abdul Mahdi will present his resignation to parliament to lawmakers can choose a new government the statement says Abdul Mahdi's decision came in response to a call for a change of leadership Friday Iraq's top Shiite Muslim

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Iraqi Parliament Accepts PM Adel Abdul-Mahdi Resignation, But Protesters Demand More

PRI's The World

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Iraqi Parliament Accepts PM Adel Abdul-Mahdi Resignation, But Protesters Demand More

"We've been watching. His political unrest has intensified in Iraq. The past few days culminating today with the resignation of the prime minister. Let me get you up to speed on. Wednesday demonstrators set fire to the Iranian consulate in the southern Iraqi city of Non Jeff yesterday with tension in the Air Iraqi security forces his shot and killed more than sixty protesters in cities across the country. The bloodiest day yet in this uprising. which has been underway since last month then then today? Iraq's top Shia Muslim cleric condemned the use of force and called for a new government Iraq's Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mati stepped down shortly after live Cuba's a senior adviser to Iraq's Prime Minister and is currently in London how surprised are you by Abdul Mahdi's announcement. It was not surprised at all the prime minister had to go. He should have gone based on the advice given to him by many people including myself weeks ago. But I think and he's a shrewd politician. He thought he can hold on obesity hideous the end of the road. Now he's out. There is vacuum and there Big Big questions on what's coming next. And what was the significance of Iraq's top Shia leader Ayatollah Ali assist Donnie basically condemning the use of lethal force against protesters and calling for a new government will just bear in mind for a thousand years now dress and the previous

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Iraq’s prime minister says he will submit his official resignation to Parliament following day of bloodshed

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Iraq’s prime minister says he will submit his official resignation to Parliament following day of bloodshed

"Iraqi prime minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said he will submit his resignation to parliament in the wake of anti government protests a bit over a year since he took office this statement broadcast on Iraqi television comes a day after more than forty protesters were killed by security forces and shortly after racks top Shiite cleric called on the parliament to withdraw support do Ahmadi said he will presented to parliament and official memorandum asking for the resignation of the current

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'Crazy Rich Asians' Co-Writer Leaves Sequel Over Pay Parity

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

05:04 min | 1 year ago

'Crazy Rich Asians' Co-Writer Leaves Sequel Over Pay Parity

"I'm kim masters and this is the hollywood breakdown joining me as belen the hollywood reporter and matt you know progress for women <hes> and others were there was a study. I'm talking about a study that just came out a study from the center for the study study of women in television and film and it did find some increases in the representation of women both on and offscreen. We're not talking like the world's problems resolved. A seventy percent of the women that were involved are whites. That's one thing but the study found that the number of speaking characters female speaking characters dresses up five percent from two thousand eighteen to nineteen versus two thousand seventeen to eighteen and the it's not just minor characters the percentage of major your female characters grew from forty percent to forty five percent so that represents progress and i think that these numbers are a direct result of of some of the inclusivity pushes that we've seen over the past couple of years connected to the me too movement. Yeah i mean let's again. Most of these seventy percent of the characters are white so it's not that inclusive -clusive. I think a lot of groups are very underrepresented and behind the camera t._v. Creators writers directors producers et cetera. That's thirty one percent. What are women of versus twenty eight percent so i wouldn't call that a great leap forward <hes> but you know it's something and as usual than the the biggest group in that is producers because for some reason women have always been over represented relatively speaking in that role so yeah ah but still as the director of the center for the study of women in television and film she says for example this is a historic high in terms of women directors twenty a six percent but she says historic high still means men outnumber women three to one certainly is an improvement however we saw some news break this past week week from hollywood reporter an interesting story about what's going on behind the scenes of the crazy rich asians sequels and this is an interesting project because it was such a leap forward for representation in the industry. It was the first all asian cast a major studio movie in twenty five years. The movie did huge box office worldwide and a lot of the stars of the movie have gone on to be cast in other big studio franchises which is how the representation movement is supposed to work. Give people the opportunity they perform and then they get other opportunities so we saw this past week. The writer of the crazy rich asians movie the co writer adel limb. She walked away. Hey from the sequel because warner brothers offered her substantially less money than the co writer of the movie who is a white male and her her rationale and coming forward about this in an interview was that if she can't get parody in salary for the sequel to a hit movie she doesn't think anyone can get parody. If you're a person of color every woman trying to get to the same level as her male white co writer and she didn't give any any specific figures but the starting offers from warner brothers were eight hundred thousand to a million dollars for him and about one hundred ten thousand dollars for her now he's much more experienced experienced writer but this is not the first installment of this and she was credited as a co writer of this original film so i would say that is not a great look doc. <hes> now this co-writer the the the white male peter torelli. I hope i'm pronouncing his name right. Forgive me if not he actually offered to split some of his salary with with her. She said no yeah her argument was that it shouldn't be the co writers responsibility to make up the difference so to speak and that the the person of color or female writer was being treated as what she called soy sauce. Which was you know you have a dash of color to sprinkle on the script and you know you don't recognize this person as bringing their their life history and bringing their perspective in the same way that you value the white male co writer <hes> whether you agree with that or not this is her opinion and it does look pretty bad when you think about the fact that this is not the first movie in the franchise is this is this is them going into the sequels to this movie trying to get the same creative team on board. Warner's had a problem with this. This happened a couple of months ago and they've tried to bring in other writers to <hes> to bring that asian american perspective and they haven't been able to actually went back to this writer to try to get her on board and she wouldn't do it yeah. They seem to be sort of in no particular rush the filmmakers anyway so if you're looking forward to the crazy reg- asians insys sequels planned. You're going to have to wait <hes> whether they can actually figure out how to get themselves out of bad. Look on this one. We'll see thank you thank you. That's matt bellamy editorial director of the hollywood reporter. He joins me this monday. At one thirty on the business. I'm kim masters and this is the hollywood breakdown

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Man sentenced to 16 years in prison for plot to blow up Chicago bar

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Man sentenced to 16 years in prison for plot to blow up Chicago bar

"Her morning. Bourbon hillside man is getting sixteen years in prison for trying to send off what he thought was a car bomb outside of downtown Chicago bar over six years ago. Adel lawyer was pleased with his client sentence yesterday. I think it's a fair and just sentence. I think it's. Incredibly well thought out Donald received the prison term after pleading guilty to terrorism charges stemming from a plot to bomb the cactus bar and grill in two thousand

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Jamal Khashoggi case: All the latest updates

Trending Today USA

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Jamal Khashoggi case: All the latest updates

"Saudi Arabia says it's still investigating the killing of a critical journalist as the US faces. A sanctions deadline Saudi Arabia's foreign Minister, Adel algebra says the killing of dissident journalist Jamal ca Schroeck g was a mistake and mistakes happen, but he insists Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman didn't order the murder and any determination from the United States that he did would be in his words putting the cart before the horse. The US is looking at a deadline to sanction Saudi Arabia under the Magnitsky human Rights Act, US intelligence agencies have concluded the crown prince was involved. The New York Times reported this week the prince told an eighty year before the killing he would use a bullet on kashogi, but the president has been reluctant

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"adel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"adel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Today. The dish. Works today, do Hsieh's and Prince Harry went to an event that kitchen on Thursday. And guess who else was there? Oh down. Dole Adel Adel was there now there were no phone. No. I heard she started by saying Hello. Is it me looking? But the two of them should get together with you, don't you think I do. Anyway, there were no photos, but there was a picture of Adel. So we know that Adele was there, and she looks fabulous and amazing. And I kinda just hate Hurley because she's not in public singing and the best part of my life. Recently, not really, but it was up there. Was that album? And when did that come out was that twenty seventeen? Okay. You've already been a full year since we had a in our lives, sweetie. It's been like three years. How much I love her because three years ago three years. Yes. Three came here. Three years ago a few days ago. It was the anniversary of the video that we made commemorating. The fact that got tickets to the concert busy girl. Thing that was the year. Also that there was a moment that you could not you you were over the song. Hello because every time you Christmas shopping that was that's the album before the last album, though. No wasn't Hello on the last album. Hello was on the last night. Wasn't hello. Because that was years ago that was when I because I remember very distinctly being in the skyway. And I haven't been in the skyway for probably five years. No, what's three years ago. Bradley, no. But I'm saying that it was a song from the previous rolling in the deep.

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Investigation into the murder of Saudi writer continues

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Investigation into the murder of Saudi writer continues

"Saudi Arabia continues its investigation into the murder of Washington Post journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, Saudi minister of foreign affairs, Adel algebra here caused international criticism hysterical. We have made it very clear that those responsible will be held responsible. Will be held to account, and we have made it very clear that we will put in place mechanisms to ensure that this doesn't happen again.

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"adel" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"adel" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"No you know on our as its comedic exceptional adel regretted so lamarcus aldridge awful i mean not he's an embarrassment man um yeah and i kept going i blame lamarcus aldridge i said he was the reason that they lost a game that they will let's play the whole clip lamarcus aldridge awful remain now he's an embarrassment man is that he's no good plateau know what happened to him because when he was a portland he was fantastic he is not good dan he called them a game last night though they won the game they bought had the loss of all new it would have been a lamarcus aldridge who ran the only reason it's not is because they won to gain absolute aggression even though they want so sometimes when you're married a long time you could predict yours speight your spouses behavior and so stu god's got in on the raptors there before i can even set up the question of i know everybody our audience is saying the same thing you are of kyle lowry derozen getting out of here get them there that burden bad postseason players i don't trust them i don't trust that team but if the style of play has been substantively changed in the modern era isn't that the thing that the raptors would have to do to make you believe that they could beat lebron outside of actually beating lebrun bright what thing would they have to do what is there a record i can give you where you believe the raptors could be lebrun dan they're doing all the things they're doing all of on their scoring a lot the more derozen stake in threes their bench is a lot deeper this year than it was last year they're doing and they have the best record in the east and at home they basically been unbeatable so they're doing other things i just don't have abhran okay so that it so that's it that's it for me that is it no but see if you think that way then you've got to than houston can't catch up to golden state if an your cannot i don't think they can okay well but you don't allow for it is what i'm saying by doing the analysis of is it hat if it has an already happened i don't trust that it will happen then you're never.

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"adel" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"adel" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"adel" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"adel" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Own is brewed with lindsay orange peel and a touch of coriander it's a creative twist on a belgian style we'd health where a taste that shines brighter taste responsible looming brewing company golden colorado this is the sporting live on espn radio and the espn here's jeremy chef our first guest is one of the most frequent contributors you're in the sporting light espn the magazine senior writer i'll miss howard bryant howard thank you so much for joining us as you do so often here on the sporting life it certainly not one of the more glamorous tasks you have he already span but we appreciate your time in your insights as always looking back on this year and when you think about the year in review you know there there was so much stuff that was happening offthefield as we say appear outside the lines but there were great things in interesting things as well going on actually on the fields of play let's start with one of your favorites tennis oh yeah and the fountain of youth the federal yeah apprising fountain of youth yeah yeah i mean what happened well i think a couple of things happened obviously it ends with of your four majors roger federer wins two european adel wins to and suddenly they ended up one two in the in in the rankings as well with rafa being the number one player in the world and you wonder how did this happen with rogers thirty five thirty six years old and and roffe in adel refers to himself as an old thirty one well a couple of things happen one we are in a very very very special moment in time in these athletes at least two guys i remember when i was a kid and i had my heroes when i was a youngster and then the oldtimers would say yeah but it wasn't like mazen mantle and you'd say well i never saw those guys play and they would talk about wilt in russell and they would talk about all these players that you never got to see play because you were too young this is that and we're going to look back years from now and we're gonna talk about russia and roger.

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"adel" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"adel" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"There's a couple of others that the adel competes with arguable of others but amis pretty much taylor swiss world if you look at her numbers compared to mediocre are you know artists from the nineties and you know she's not all that impressive which what she's doing now is more impressive than than anybody else sandy blerta yeah she's the king of the hill but i mean you're you're looking at now you know something that something was amazing when it sold a million copies two million copies was way out of the way out of the park and this is six seven eight years ago way out of the park uh now you're out of the park at five hundred thousand copies i mean it's not it's not good for the book world she sold tell us which sold one point over five million copies in the first four days uh that was already enough to be number one for the year it came out november wow that's how bad the record industry is right now well the two there's touring is is great and and and it's still a big business that it's not that there's nothing to do with music cautious difference just a totally different people don't buy them like that and it's a different world i mean you know i was at the movie theater last night i watched a this the a trailer for a new movie with will smith and it's only on netflixing as coming out in december uh i mean it's just you know the the the the technology is just changing and we have changed so dramatically stood are talking about this yesterday that um uh remember when all these people who were you know the the uh uh net neutrality people are sick all this is going to be at dark ages for television that's gonna be so bad for tell these this.

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"adel" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"adel" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Wing for adel moves through the lane warning shot as good shot traffic is second straight field goal 1915 pirates five four that was part of an aids the to run four loacl and so was this after snyder eleven a shoot snyder straight into the lane goes to the corner now for sutton of three its wage louisville's swept away they hit threes these made 4 of 8 this year agassi hawley lead to skinny pointers so low vote was down by only one in the dizzy rodriguez would hit a shot they would go up by three and then they would build the lead parented winding is where the front rightwing rodriguez personnel though and honest love powell entry past delgado paxson against williams turns on a lane kickout powell wide open for the free it's got powell missed his first four three pointers which can't be more open the mac daddy drains that one of aplomb to put seton hall backup i five pal would have thirteen tonight in there would certainly be more from him down the stretch of this ballgame late first half though the pirates knew where their bread was buttered here's rodriguez left side get screened from nz 12 to shoot rodriguez fires along three it's off the back rim noga battle for the rebound and delgado's got between two cart of ulster rodriguez prizes triumphant too bad does he firing double laid off of beef delgado seventeen for water against thirty two 25 seton hall a couple of nifty assists the night four delgado he had to a cady in carrington had four which makes him the assists leader in the ball game four the pirates that's brought to you by the mental health association of essex county who reminded us that mental illness israel but more importantly recovery is possible louisville though would be heard from late first half wore will throw it in from the right baseline into king gang beyond a screen for williams ages to his left moves to the satellite made way summit veterans good burst through for vj king and against liberal within two thirty two 28 returned to play in the half that was part of an eleven two four run at louisville's point guard had been quiet early in this season but he wasn't tonight the.

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"adel" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"adel" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I think both things can be true number one i think adel can point to tremendous growth in the game cba friendly franchise values skyrocketing and then jones in his criticism can point to we need more proactive leadership less reactive we should have nip the but on these protests uh i just think both can be right the question is how does that factor into is compensation uh i think it's remote if not completely out of the picture that goodell was ousted as commissioner this all comes down to contract negotiations and jones trying to impose his terms on the on the compensation negotiation that may be you know maybe the ship already sailed on we chat about earlier on an hour number one there was a report that adam silver from the nba was reached out to do you think there's any validity that you know what i what i just said is i think the prompted chances of of ousting him arc are remote at best i guess my my kota on that though is if they could get someone like that maybe that comes into play but you know i don't i just think that ship is really i i don't i don't see any support for that uh i listen how many years of we've been seeing criticism from goodell from the outside but nothing inside until now and and still just one or two owners he's a contributor to the osce dot com rights for them also former player agent former front office executive he's done it all as you want to get your thoughts on.

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"adel" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"adel" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Using all those two their most effective thing yeah you know and having a a slight a confidence that i think this would work if we do these things and the audiences ready to listen to us and pay attention to us and be with us here if we do these things um they're they're going to it's gonna be fun and we're all gonna be in a together and then we can have these you know these emotional things with the songs in singing together and all that but that's not a mission you know what i mean right i think it's more um um you know there's a certain thing that we'd like to do and then it just works out that there's a certain thing that the audience likes and those can be kinda together right yeah but it started its wouldn't be a mission you know in that way we wouldn't have ever thought is what we want to say to the world i think right when we're doing it it feels like we're so lucky we get to sing our songs to people on i would i say it still all the time it's like you know um um people who really know music and people in a lot of people have musical minds that aren't musicians you know they're they're they're they're musical anyway even though they are not pursuing music what we have they can tell like oaks we might even say that they can to i can't really sing you know they're like year you know you're and i'm like i know i'm not really a singer but i'm but i'm allowed to sing you know these flaming lip songlath and i and i'm just like the luckiest person ever in that way because they know the audiences i we know you can't sing but there's something that adel you to be a singer earn i could be a singer for no other anything ever but i can sing claiming up songs and that's where i sort of feel like this is of it's a special like man i got a special duty here you know yeah yeah it's wonderful it's the people allow me let me sing to them you know what we love it and i love it it's easy to i mean you know it's such a great thing but you know a lot it be a lot of people are singers and they think up i can release.

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"adel" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"adel" Discussed on WGTK

"Back to arm and men's basketball with gourmet and marked stay with us right after the game will have the ford motor company player interview and then we'll go right into our nights travel close game show here from the kfc on centre with louisville leading belem and 71 fifty two leading reporterfor men tonight is gierek kohl's he as six plus wire might have had more than what happened four they have up with four seemed like he did have more than advocate we'll go with it you're varsity corp it also with four rebounds honest mahmoud has nine points than 11 boards 4 louisville the carts top scorer is a adel with twenty one points he has five rebounds thanks also turned it over fivetimes avoidable as a team was turned it over nineteen the time to more than double that it's a swing to the finish in the points in the play to thirty seven left in its thirty thirty lulls made a run their the last two minutes they've got eight or ten point during to pain on on go all the margins nineteen and so is the second chance to voice margin twenty one to two with favor of louisville little as fourteen offensive rebounds cincinnati at fourteen against fellow the other night so right on pace only eight turnovers for belarus half taking care of the ball much better fourteen steals for fellow how they might not have well there's no way though have fourteen and another game this year incredible ramseur is back in along with cj flooding ben wired sabarsky corbett jarrett kohl's then wire here's ramps wire at the top h mahmood drives to.

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"adel" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"adel" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"And i am so excited the you are here because the stories gets into dan we've never seen him you've never see oda as the only one who knows it and then we get to rip off attempts break it down and try to understand the dumb behavior of dum pete yes exactly i wanted this first shut out to adel shepherd adel great singer hello i shall not want figures in literally one of the best things no no i know her last name for that is separate and that was my favorite thing about it does like she would seeing this like beautiful chasing payments jason payments on like the i two thing and they'd she would start talking to be like flying air well adel sheppard sent in a story that i ended up i'm not being not be yo use but the reason i want to give a shout out to dell is sh she wrote i only downloaded twitter to try and send you this hour handle is at only here for dp t follower yeah let's get her verified right like welcomed the welcome to the party alcohol the party worker others facebook or twitter we're glad you're here why you can tell her story sometimes they're like not enough details are in of quotes actually a great question i sometimes people send restores where there's it's not funny that the woman like stabbed her husband to death because they're gonna fight over chicken nuggets like i said his mom level it is hysteria earth meranti until the bludgeoning right that's what i'm saying the word mcnuggets there yeah exactly my make nehra she's a man she is make murder murder sea i so make a labour humor begins and ends at just the headline me you know what i mean yeah tolaini like a story oh this is too this is sad or whatever like him by the way a damn old say this mobil said this is the genius of dan dan like almost a friend of ours greg fitzsimmons worked for a little while on howard stern in the sort of ardy slot as they were like try and people out and i'll never forget what he told the story about how he was just on the show just there to sniping kinda going and then he's like howard starts going down the road with one of their guests and he's thinking of himself what what's he doing.

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"adel" Discussed on X96

X96

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"adel" Discussed on X96

"To i five no what form the small child you don't know is about yes i would cause them as a matter of fact i take that back the only way reason little kids like the highfives they weren't from adults oh their parents think it's cute their low bids called buddy yeah they're they're all main blood or buddy or sometimes pal and they the only people who should be allowed to highfive our athletes that's it it's falling on the field of athletic in adel gillan says you got your new family your new family as a non highfiving policy dillon no apparently ally that's part of the reason i left has left his mother in him and his sister because they would not adhere to the high five policy i said that's it i'm out these are things you should talk about before you get married exam high fiving family nerve there's certain things that you need to get straightened out lose in politics religion yeah i fiving miracle whip supposed million as opposed to main is very divisive it can be some of my friends found out that we're miracle whip family in that stopped calling you're no mayonnaise well we have both oh but the fact that we also like miracle whip that was just a dealbreaker kind of a deal breaker to me i i used to prefer a miracle whip for my tune sandwiches it all depends on what you're using it for exactly and in your tuna sandwiches i think miracle when yeah well i just it just got to be too you've got to be too much of a hassle to decide and so now we're just mayonnaise or may needs in this week's may need main is ony i also insist that mitral recall it.

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"adel" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"adel" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"You you have ever done my impression of scary wind to you guys ever done that a personal scary went a delegate verger scary spice impression yeah that was awesome but we would you ever my scary wind cyrano okay as soon as you hear scary wind in the middle of the adel song that's when you call for not scary pharval right we hear what we're listening four no no no it you'll know got so spot on but you cannot call stop calling till you hear it added the it was and i was until you can't and they moon my move fog soon being the we the bears do you meemaw than things do when june schuman games you do no bye jio win qiao is doing he thing is dan do you the new things gene gene you may give.

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"adel" Discussed on News/Talk 710 KNUS

News/Talk 710 KNUS

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"adel" Discussed on News/Talk 710 KNUS

"The world what are you worried about well over it but it away i'm out with the nfl yeah and i i hear you there hal you're not the only one thanks for coming on to the show this morning it's okay so sunday night football ratings are half not not even half of whether the lowest they've got an eleven years sunday night football in week three was the lowest they've been in eleven years of ratings that i'm seeing coming across the sworn in on overnights r a low the approval of the nfl igf i didn't know they did approval polls of the nfl but apparently has fallen from thirty percent to seventeen percent which is the lowest they've ever seen that's almost as low as congress so these these are the things that that that are happening and i think the peak adel as is absolutely tonedeaf if he doesn't believe this is going to have implications but it's bigger than that it's really bigger than the player protests it's it's a question of are we going to stand for our values yes we need to have these conversations and and that's fine but the reason why people are turning off the television is because they are sick of being beat up and if you're telling people that they're bad that their evil that they're not having these conversations and so we're going to throw oh this in your face every game every sunday every thursday every monday night if we're going to keep telling people that you're not doing the right things and do a bright at the very beginning of something we're works healing and because we want to escape a little bit watch some exemplary f let us schism and inning choy a team i'm not going to tune in to be beat up that way and obviously a lot of other people are not going to be in are not going to tune in to be beat up that way either i mean i'm at dimona might interpreting this wrong am i taking this to personally are are is that what's going on here i mean in some instances because we gotta keeping in mind that it it is still a game that is helping the progress of uniting us and something that we all ju enjoy i would hate to see this destroy the nfl um i hate that the approval ratings are down because the game between the.

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"adel" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"adel" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Weren't so sad it would just be hysterically funny this is where the national conversation has landed not even hobby lobby is off limits or gone with the wind two four three 33 33 adel your next on newsradio kick you'll be glad adel i have a report on movie of ballot to win so we watch lift without four years ago and it was a wonderful nervy i don't know why we waited long how many callers you're prize winning but that have been made in the movie point how to kill him i'm great talent right i mean that was rate and i absolutely love that book irate about four times seen the movie twice and you're here i can't believe he fires south polar falconing why and they're giving away with all right thank you very much adel two four three thirty three thirty three and this is going to be the third time i have read this email from doug but it it it's a it's a wonderful point and it just adds to this controversy at the chemo because when they decided to pull gone with the wind the decision major show ben hur and doug rights bob i find it very ironic the gone with the wind was canceled all of this show ben her i guess movie based on the romans using slaves to fight to the death and sacrificing christians to the lions is much more politically correct these days and i guess the answer to that is i guess it is more politically correct people there there are so many people in this country who want to act like they're offended by every little thing but as long as it's their position that is offended of care about offending everybody just you know they don't want to be offended based on their.

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"adel" Discussed on The Four Top

The Four Top

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"adel" Discussed on The Four Top

"Um i love brooks headley's fancy desserts um he is a he was the pastry chef adel postel but his background is he played in park or bans in his uh his like a super punk really interesting artist um which is a really you know an unusual um slashing near biography to be a really fancy pastrychef and uh noise musician so his sense of humor is really funny and the aydin i've only made one or two things from that book i don't bake that often but it's the the talker fee is really different the layouts really different and his writing is so funny i mean it's one of the only books that i'd say it that i really sad and red and and what cookbooks in from cover to cover and just loft as i was you know talking about things that are very traditional as well so um i i think it's an entirely unique approach i second the recommendation godia how 'bout you vietor someone sent me a amy asfur and our denver rudder before and card with sense of good books whilst you that are really wanted to like a mary aidid the question is what turns do you like but he added layer is just wonderful and it may have twelve or 16 actual points of recipe in your and they're not even easy to go back and find afterward but what is called i have no idea she has about three or four books and it was just a paperback that they sent me in a little sleeved antidote you would like this and i started immediately without ever actually keeping track of what the title was and.

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