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"akiba" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Nicole. Welcome to the stage tiktok Nicole Hey Robin keep it's your favorite genzer Tiktok Nicole here to congratulate you on a hundred episodes. I, didn't think I would live this long. So that huge accomplishment. Rob You did it a hundred episodes and you manage to avoid talking about food in every single one? It just want you to know that if it's because you were dentures that you shouldn't feel insecure about hey hey, even I struggle with solid food from time to time. AKIVA I. I'm so happy that in your time on LINEAPP, we've been able to see all the different sides of you. It's been really empowering watching you completely on the fact that you are incompetent is an inspiration to all who strive to do. The bare minimum is the reason why send a recliner so that your knees won't swallow up from sitting for too long. It doesn't hurt to stand up and stretch every once in a while to get the blood flowing. Okay all jokes may be low hanging fruit, but it's kind of my thing and besides when I said that Robyn Akiba were pushing fifty I was just seeing we're not for what it truly is a midlife crisis. anyways, you guys should be proud to be honorary boomers. I. Wish I lived in a world where I didn't know that Lisera thing and you should be even more thankful that you're not as bad as the true enemy cringe millennials. So in honor of one hundred episodes of Robin, Akiva early, Bird, special I, need Robin Akiba New podcast I am proud to present the clip of the best boomer joke about boom show. You wishes Norwood. glazes are yeah. You don't want a glitzy is. The hot hotdog. The kids are calling glitziest hotdog outdoor. Was it okay. that. On daily wrap facts, dot com they say it's a handgun. I think it was a gun but I think you. Speak Liz. I've definitely more pro hot than guns. Yeah. Karate Ah. How many hotdogs you can eat one set I mean. That this is my life depended on it. No you're just starving. It's like Sunday night, but you didn't have lunch. How many hotdogs thrown on the grammy I do love hotdogs but sure I mostly choose not to eat them. But. If you were like, all right that's within the House I'm having hotdogs tonight. Are you having one two, three, fifty, I'm GonNa. You can't imagine I coud if I wanted to eat many but I don't choose to so you're saying one. And probably have one hot dog and then other and have other things I probably multiple hotdogs. All.
Porpoises On The Brink Of Extinction Face Daunting Odds For Survival
"Marine Mammal is on the verge of extinction in Mexico's Gulf of California. Conservationists have been trying to save the the Keita Porpoise for years but that work has been complicated by the nets and even drug cartels from Arizona public media in Tucson area Brosius reports seafood restaurants. Colorful mosaics line. The Boardwalk in downtown San Felipe pay fishing is a mainstay of the small northern Mexico. Town love I keep. The restaurant is just a couple blocks over a framed photo of the little porpoise that could be. The town's mascot hangs in the office of Ramon Franco the as head of a local fishermen cooperative representing about five hundred and seventy families is sending. Well it though this earth announced that animal as you must know only lives here in this area and it's ours belongs to us. Mexicans for decades of akitas population has been declining as fishermen inadvertently catch them while pursuing fish and shrimp but dea says many local fishermen treasure the animal when it rises above the water with its characteristic. Black rimmed is he says That causes those do those. It's as if it was smiling with you. So real fishermen don't WanNa harm them. It's the opposite in the last few decades. Mexico has established of Akita Refuge and backed research into the species but lately the number of Akita has plummeted around just a dozen or less as poaching for another endangered fish called. The Toba has ramped up. Fishermen use large Gill Nets to trap the toe to Wada. Which also killed Akita in two thousand fifteen Mexico's then president banned Gill Nets in the Vicki habitat increased enforcement against poaching and started paying fishermen not to work so the species could recover. This little sanitizer came to an agreement that we would leave the sea so that the federal government clean up the illegal boats but Diaz says enforcement was insufficient. Problem got worse. He says he's filed numerous complaints with the government to no avail then a year ago. The payments fishermen stopped those. Odi The liberal Emma. So now we have a serious problem. Because we don't have a fishing practice that is permitted. And we also don't have any compensation. Last September Diaz announced his fisherman had no option but to return to the sea to support their families. He says two thousand eighteen. Us Ban Mexican seafood caught with Gillnets has only made life harder for legal fishermen. Mexico missed an opportunity to be a world leader in shifting a fishery over from Gillnets to alternative gear. Barbara Taylor is marine conservation biologist with the US government who studied the Makita for thirty years. She says the Gillnet Ban wasn't very effective. Because some fishermen hurting financially were tempted into the illegal Totowa Trade F- Iquitos and Gill Nets are completely incompatible. And the fishermen needed to be able to make a living and so developing alternative fishing methods. Were really the only way for Bikita. Survive Louise Mendosa is working on it in his centrally bay office. He pulls a large thin strand net from a milk crate. Wait to the bottom. He's a member of pesca obeys. Say A small nonprofit group of fishermen working with the Mexican government to test alternative driftnets like this one called suit. Peta for this war with the current only with but Mendoza says using these nets can be nearly impossible because of the sheer number of illegal gill nets under the waves. He says even though it's cheaper it will be hard to convince fishermen to use it. They've become very effective. The Gill Nets and with this kind of equipment. You have to get money. The Keita Researcher Barbara Taylor says Mexico needs to support legal fishing if alternative nets prove less profitable and crackdown on poaching. Akitas prime habitat. She still has hope for the species but there are fewer of Akiba every year though. Two of poaching is rampant because the fishes swim bladder is highly prized in China. As a medicinal food. Because there's a little money is more money than drugs. I mean we're talking about twenty thousand dollars twenty five dollars for one soon blind. Jp Geoffroy leads the Conservation Group Sea Shepherd's Makita protection efforts. He says that money has attracted international drug cartels and during high season there can be dozens of boats fishing illegally inside the Vicki to refuge for the last five years sea shepherd has been working with some local fishermen to collect Gill Nets. Trying give the species a fighting chance to recover important. Centrally Bay Crew Members. Use a hook to move huge bags of fishing gear. They've pulled from the ocean. All these boxes contain all Guinea. Gotten it that way we move from riveted by Kedah not all local support sea shepherd's work recently suspected poachers fired shots at a sea. Shepherd vessel in the Makita refuge despite that tension. Geoffroy says they support local fishermen who just want to do their job. We are just trying to work with them and explain to them to. At least respect the small rectangle release the critical area. Geoffroy says if they can just protect the remaining Makita the species can recover but for now observers. Say there's little evidence that current efforts to stop poaching will be enough for NPR news. I'm Arianna Brosius.
"akiba" Discussed on Toure Show
"Jamila jamila writes about that in her a sort of a speculative fiction piece <hes> and so it starts from the future in the narrators telling l. ing folks parts of what happened to get free but won't tell oh sorry but one of the tools are one of the things that you know black box had surpassed surpassed in her future was don't embarrass me in front of these white folks. She actually made an acronym. I don't want to mess it up but you know she made an acronym around this the other day i was talking to my mother and my mother keeps selectively reading parts and so she's like don't embarrass me in front of those white book she was like i just i felt thanks so much to now is just like yeah because you know that is built into our culture. It is this idea you know suspect ability politics wanna one so i agree with you. You know in terms of consumer culture in art. <hes> i just wanna make sure at. I don't want us to be pie in the sky the mhm <hes> about it would want us to be pie-in-the-sky but with an understanding of how we got to this point right what the historical underpinning is but also also want us to say fuck that history and really for real leave all of that behind and think about what we want ultimately which is to live without the violence violence of the white gays <hes> violence of the white gays. That's why i loved django unchained because i felt like the the subtext of the movie was the throwing off off the white gays right that that that when he throws off the blanket in the beginning he has this removed it and he moves through the film with this body language that it's a constant running joke like he rides into town on a horse looking beautiful body audie language and everyone's shocked because they're not used to seeing that right and even at the end <hes> when they open the prison door the other ones don't leave leave because they have not been freed in their minds whereas he's figuring out how can i trick you and shoot you and kill you and get out of here 'cause he's so free and he's like. I should not be slave where they're still stuck in an older mindset of leg. This is who we are and also stuck by their same fear that it gave with mentioned right lang. If i even look look like i was looking at the door before i got whipped okay <hes> <hes> <hes> shade as resistance. Yes berg through toby about that. That is <hes> that's part of a sense of self you know it's part of a a light touch which is part of you know showing who you are <hes> and it again. I mean there's cleverness. I think there's almost like a tricks. Tourism shade shade right because you are existing again in a room and you are not necessarily announcing it but your air lets. It's people know that you're firmly within your your space in your two feet in that they shouldn't fuck with you and so i think shade is you know and a lot of people sort of play at shea like they make an a comedy but some of the best resistance i've ever seen is is in shade so if you say a. what was that we were we were at a <hes> a book event and somebody mentioned that a presidential candidate had been brought to you know his store and i won't name the person and we were like oh how was it and he was like that's all he said. <hes> and everybody knew everybody knew exactly then. He said i said they visited. I didn't say i brought her or him. Ah immer her her yeah them. A person. Uh-huh talking about cuba's shade is resistant kamla. How not talking about anybody the <hes> where where in this is prison abolition police abolition or at least significant reform. I feel like we're not really going to be begin..
"akiba" Discussed on Toure Show
"Don't code switch to know i mean and and i mini also think that there is a sort of performance of code switching that they do you know the which which is noxious and some noxious then it's not a survival mechanism in the sexually micro aggression but you know we are forced to code switch <hes> in so many different ways body language the faces so you make clear where you talk they hair you know and i think it's important to mention that. We don't judge people who switch league league. You'll love oprah barack obama and is how we get to the point where we are where we can decide not to do it. We had to do the for years and years and years. I was terrible at it faces experiment. It's interesting to even imagine without it because i am good at it and so much of my career has been being able to perform it and to think about doc having a do it sort of unimaginable crazy how much energy it takes. I i mean you know oh. It's it's it's second nature to me and i try not to try to never be outside of myself to where you know if i stepped outside. It'd be like i am. I'm embarrassed to have said that or done. That and i've definitely been the person in an all white space who was like fuck that that's bullshit avenue number. We got into oh my god. We got into a big argument. It wasn't it wasn't even harvest this silent or it was like well. We'll of somebody in the space said <hes> i'm trying to. I'm trying to describe it without fully describing where it was <hes> ha the the the comment was that we had to do something about black history month and the person said what about wait history month now my and i said so unoriginal a totally and i said that's every month but then like there was like it was like a silence bomb dislike turned around and looked back there and it was like <hes> toray iraq again spoke the truth you take me and it was it was it was debbie hurtful and yeah they were they were ready for it and we you know we deal with that sort of stuff in the office all day all day all night. So you want paper you go to work. Most of us work in spaces that are mostly white. So what do you do. I mean until the laugh to keep from crying essay that i write in the book. I talk about sarcasm so you know i've learned to adapt my sense of humor to exist assists no spaces <hes> but but also like if i get blindsided by a crazy comment it used to really drive me crazy. I used to curse people out through things all that kind of stuff. <hes> added <hes> civil everything through thinks it's amazing. You didn't well. I was a source. I mean you know the shoe like so you don't like in terms of the survival mechanism of sarcasm the survival mechanism of basically clowning somebody without coming out and saying it so the person knows that in some way hey you've resisted or you've menace them ill and settled in it. I feel and you're just sort of like you know. So one thing i also learned was a good <hes> hand hand on the shoulder so somebody was spinning out of control over effect that they got wrong that i was employed to check then i would like gently pet somebody on the shoulder and you know sometimes i was like am i being a mammy. They were just trying to keep them shaking. You and i think it was keep from shaking you because you are like you're so excited. I'm just like you need to calm.
"akiba" Discussed on 550 KFYI
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"akiba" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"In the second wave who may not have been exposed to the first wave you were just a little too old to get picked up by that second wave of Star Wars. All right. So tell me about Star Wars. All right. We begin Akiva with the galaxy in the midst of a civil war. There are two factions Akiba there is the empire, and there's a bunch of ragtag rebels, and they are looking to disrupt resist the empire who the good guys. Empires of the rebel the empire. It's all about trying to stop out. No, you we are following the story of the rebels who were trying to. The rebels. They call themselves the rebels. Yeah. Okay, fine. Okay. The rebel spies have stolen plans to a galactic death star. Now, a death star is basically like a space station almost as big as a moon with a laser beam that could blow up a whole planet. And so once the empire has this fully functional death star than they will just be able to go to any planet where rebels are blow up the whole planet. They'll be able to go anywhere where there's any anybody who's giving them a problem. So well, we're just gonna come blow up your planet. So it's really going to be game over once. The empire gets that death star turned on earth ever mentioned in stores. No because the Star Wars films open with a long long time ago in a galaxy far far away. So this actually happened in the past the past in the pancake in a completely different galaxy okay, so it's not in the same gal. Now, I got no mention of earth, but they speak English you speak English, and they also speak a lot of different languages. But you just gotta go with it. It's just like one of those movie things. All right. So plans the blueprints, basically to the death star have been stolen by the rebels of this will be explored in great detail in the film rogue one in twenty sixteen. I think that's a whole that's a whole different ballgame. That's like when this comes up in episode forty seven. Forty seven. On the wheel of the third time. Okay. Okay. So the plans are being run to the rebel base by a woman. Name Princess laya. She's one of the leaders of the rebellion. And she can if there's a major character who plays tariff relational official that I know. Yes is prince life. Okay. Okay. And she is on board this ship, and they have the plans to the rebel base. They are boarded by the imperial star destroyer under the command of Darth Vader, Darth Vader is right. Yeah. He's the bad guy. And and then there's a big spoiler at the end of either movie one or three as well. We'll get there. We'll get there. We'll get there. Okay. I don't want to say. So he comes on board the ship. He wants the plans where are the blueprints? He needs them really in the Star Wars universe. There's not really any like too much like Email or we can upload the file..
"akiba" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"What does Vido right now? Huge. Akiba we have season three episode seven while finally there, we go took eight eight drives all right now, I have a ping of fish tank filled with ping pong ball. Next week the season seven goes back down to two spots on the wheel to spots on the wheel. Yes, what wild started with brand steel TV top fifty the veto played. And now we're going to the bowl ping pong balls for the first time ever, and I have in my hands my closed hand. A ping pong ball. Which I won't Al open and reveal. Okay, boy, this is so exciting. I'm really on the edge of my seat. Try not to fall on you. Here. We go. Dinosaurs. Oh, boy, I love it people. A couple wrote in said, you guys do dinosaurs. But I we already had it on. I am a little bit nervous. Dinosaurs was was like my childhood like, Marvin, Harry, you scared of the dinosaurs. No, I think I told the story, but I got in trouble like twice in my life. And I was watching dinosaur. I never watched it again like you ever get the teachers call your house. Oh, you this respectful in school or on the test or something when you're like third grade both times it happened when I was doing dinosaurs. So I feel like I'm gonna get divorced while I watched this episode or something..
"akiba" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Derwin back on the right path on terms of winning a twitch quiz. So what what a jampacked exit interview here today. So next up I'm going to very quickly switch gears into talking with Todd her Zog here this afternoon. And so we'll have that podcast up you guys on Thursday night. Then I will talk to on Saturday Ruskin is going to be here in the studio. So make sure you get your feedback questions in four Rourke should be another fun one. You can do rob as website accomplish voicemail. Three two three two eight to our age AP. You can Email us up with a tweet ups. We'll get lots of feedback questions for Rourke. And then over the weekend. We will also have for you. The latest episode of Robin. Akiva need a podcast, which if you have not been keeping up with that. I can tell you that this is the first time we were going. To get into some survivor. Content on Robin Akiba need to podcast the podcast where I with my co host keep it when we have a wheel of show ideas, we spin the wheel every single week and come up with a new idea for what the show is going to be. And we have a survivor based episode coming up few guys that will probably be up on Saturday. And then have a bonus podcast as well. Coming up over the weekend before we get back into the wiggle room on Monday. So another jam packed week. We're in the homestretch were inside of, you know, twenty days to these survivor finales, and we are not going to let up at all down the stretch. So, of course, thank you guys. So much of big thanks to our patrons. Making all of this possible. Rod has a website dot com slash patron of or more information on how to get involved on everything we're doing with the Rob's podcast patriot community care had been one..
ICYMI: Tokyo tour of gadget oddities
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. With wicks, you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's w. i. x. dot com. And create your professional website today. Hello, talking tech listeners. I'm back from my weekend, Japan and Batt on the podcasting beat think thank you to go when my Snyder enriched in euro for filling in for me while I was gone and speaking of that trip to Japan, I'd like to tell everyone about some of the more unusual as well as useful tech innovations that I saw during my travels. Let's start with something that every one of you would want a battery charger. First smartphone did, does it have to be charged before you can use it now we've all been there. We've run at a juice while we're out and about on our travels. We could spend twenty to fifty dollars for an external battery brick that connects to the smartphone. If we were smart enough to charge it up and take it before we left or in the case, Japan just slip into a seven eleven store and pick up one of these twenty dollar chargers that goes way further. There are already stocked with four AA batteries. Now you could get more power from one of the bricks, but you have to recharge it again before you use it in Japan. There's a seven, eleven on seemingly every block in the city's. So access to external power is now available to everyone and so readily available for IOS or Android. So that falls into the useful category in the strange weird and maybe who knows category, two products that caught my eye from Panasonic. There's the battery powered leg air massager for the woman at work to where stylishly as a dress accessory and a cone of silence type contraption that knocks out other sounds and sights while at work more on that in a minute. Let's start with the leg massager. It's pink contraption that attach the both legs and the. A remote. You can now massage twelve parts of your feet and legs. It sells for around four hundred bucks for big spenders. You could pick up a button massager for eight hundred dollars. Now these products are currently only sold in Japan and Malaysia, but if interested listeners could pick up a used version on EBay, more interesting is this crazy quiet cone that attach is to your head. It's called wear space. It's a prototype for a product that might eventually come out the ideas, the blackout noise and more from your co workers. It's a use shape fabric that wraps around your face over some headphones, the phones block out the noise and the fabric blocks out what your co workers are doing. No pricing has been announced, but I can tell you this. I like wearing headphones, but not all day. I'm good for maybe a half hour and hour tops. I can't imagine wearing this. You show. Fabric for very long, eight hours a day. I don't think so. Now, meanwhile, you've probably heard me say the Japanese electric shops are some amazing places, a geeks, paradise, and their way larger than the ones we have back home with floor after floor of everything from cameras, phones and TV's two toilets, lighting and toys beyond what's new, what's really cool is how these stores are so large, they don't get rid of old products. You wanna fax machine. I can find you a whole lot of them. Many models at the iota Bashi Akiba shop. That's the world's biggest electron store. Remember many Devi camcorders while I haven't used once since two thousand and ten, but the store has several blank mini Devi cassettes available for sale. And after navigating eight floors of tech goods at Yoda Bashi going up all those escalators you know, that lake massager sounds kinda cool. After all, I'm Jefferson Graham with USA that you can check out my video report Abed visiting Yoda Bashi and doing the Tokyo should Buick scramble on my YouTube channel. His YouTube dot com. Slash Jefferson, Graham look for me on Twitter where I match efforts in Graeme. Please subscribe to talking tech on apple in Google podcast. Please favor the show on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show, and thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running, you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks. You can create your own professional website, right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile, and it takes less than five minutes. 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Tokyo Tour - tech innovations and oddities
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. With wicks, you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's w. i. x. dot com. And create your professional website today. Hello, talking tech listeners. I'm back from my weekend, Japan and Batt on the podcasting beat think thank you to go when my Snyder enriched in euro for filling in for me while I was gone and speaking of that trip to Japan, I'd like to tell everyone about some of the more unusual as well as useful tech innovations that I saw during my travels. Let's start with something that every one of you would want a battery charger. First smartphone did, does it have to be charged before you can use it now we've all been there. We've run at a juice while we're out and about on our travels. We could spend twenty to fifty dollars for an external battery brick that connects to the smartphone. If we were smart enough to charge it up and take it before we left or in the case, Japan just slip into a seven eleven store and pick up one of these twenty dollar chargers that goes way further. There are already stocked with four AA batteries. Now you could get more power from one of the bricks, but you have to recharge it again before you use it in Japan. There's a seven, eleven on seemingly every block in the city's. So access to external power is now available to everyone and so readily available for IOS or Android. So that falls into the useful category in the strange weird and maybe who knows category, two products that caught my eye from Panasonic. There's the battery powered leg air massager for the woman at work to where stylishly as a dress accessory and a cone of silence type contraption that knocks out other sounds and sights while at work more on that in a minute. Let's start with the leg massager. It's pink contraption that attach the both legs and the. A remote. You can now massage twelve parts of your feet and legs. It sells for around four hundred bucks for big spenders. You could pick up a button massager for eight hundred dollars. Now these products are currently only sold in Japan and Malaysia, but if interested listeners could pick up a used version on EBay, more interesting is this crazy quiet cone that attach is to your head. It's called wear space. It's a prototype for a product that might eventually come out the ideas, the blackout noise and more from your co workers. It's a use shape fabric that wraps around your face over some headphones, the phones block out the noise and the fabric blocks out what your co workers are doing. No pricing has been announced, but I can tell you this. I like wearing headphones, but not all day. I'm good for maybe a half hour and hour tops. I can't imagine wearing this. You show. Fabric for very long, eight hours a day. I don't think so. Now, meanwhile, you've probably heard me say the Japanese electric shops are some amazing places, a geeks, paradise, and their way larger than the ones we have back home with floor after floor of everything from cameras, phones and TV's two toilets, lighting and toys beyond what's new, what's really cool is how these stores are so large, they don't get rid of old products. You wanna fax machine. I can find you a whole lot of them. Many models at the iota Bashi Akiba shop. That's the world's biggest electron store. Remember many Devi camcorders while I haven't used once since two thousand and ten, but the store has several blank mini Devi cassettes available for sale. And after navigating eight floors of tech goods at Yoda Bashi going up all those escalators you know, that lake massager sounds kinda cool. After all, I'm Jefferson Graham with USA that you can check out my video report Abed visiting Yoda Bashi and doing the Tokyo should Buick scramble on my YouTube channel. His YouTube dot com. Slash Jefferson, Graham look for me on Twitter where I match efforts in Graeme. Please subscribe to talking tech on apple in Google podcast. Please favor the show on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show, and thanks everyone for listening. Talking tack is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running, you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks. You can create your own professional website, right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile, and it takes less than five minutes. Plus you can do it with one hand, so it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's w. i. x. dot com. And create your very own beautiful professional website today.
"akiba" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"All right welcome back to the show Now let me. Give you a couple of Hot stocks To look at Okay wait let me do this because you are asking questions in in In youtube So Let me let me go ahead and answer some. Questions some by Britain asked what's the best way to protect my? House if I'm getting a? Divorce, okay. Britain this is the question that I have for. You If you get in a divorce did you buy the house? Prior to marrying the person. That, would. Be the first question that I would have okay If you brought the? House prior to marrying the person is not considered marital. Property Okay so if you. Bought the house you ain't gotta worry about protecting it because it's not marital property the only way it can be. Included as marital property is put a a substantial amount of money into, the house meaning, she built the pool or she added in, addition to the house or you know put a deck or garage on. The house and it made, the house value go up by sixty seventy thousand dollars if she didn't. Do that then you ain't gotta worry about protecting because there's not considered marital property. So you good as long as as long as. She didn't do anything like that now she did a substantial upgrade in the house She got a good attorney he gonna make argument that that house. Whatever the value of the house is based on on what you put into it. As far as the pool the garage something else So. As long as you brought it, in advance and as long as you. Didn't refinance. It in her name because. When you refinance got to put on, the deed got to put it on the stuff so as long as you didn't none of that you good, to go, all right Now Yeah it's like that around the country as far as long as you bought it in, advance didn't refinance that house or she didn't do any upgrades All right Let. Me see what did I talk about the past meeting with, forty? Five Eric I talked about. That yesterday Talked about the past stuff? Yesterday, I? Didn't talk about it today Any more questions Let me, see, pamelas asking Kim my husband forced me to refinance the house if it was not set forth in. The divorce. Decree all, right so hamlet if y'all divorced is the and what was in? The the decree All right If you Him in the divorce decree agree that you were gonna pay him half of what the house. Appraises for you haven't paid. That yet he can't get you to refinance the house to get his portion of money that's owed. To him I don't know if that was, the agreement but usually when people, get divorced if they have a marital property in one person. Keeps it the other person agrees to pay them their share of. The money that's usually That's usually what. Will happen Okay If he, quickly this is what the divorce decree. Says were you supposed to pay? Him his share a. Whip the house is. Worth that's the, question. So What else what about divorce house was inherited during marriage. That that's a little bit different too because you inherited is. Is you can make an argument there that is not marital property because it was his inheritance so that's the argument, for you and your lawyers right there. That's a little bit different because? You can argue to. See the side to. Be honest with. You So You need to talk to your lawyers about. That Whatever particular state that. You let me say this thing is not working Johnny Taylor. Says it's cheaper to keep Cheap with Akiba Akiba chiba That's why you gotta know you gotta know you gotta know Abe. Is working for me when I hit it pop. Right up I don't know why it's not working. For us you get hit the Facebooks thing at the bottom The interview ideal Rickey smiley. Show they posted it so I just reposted it Now let. Me give you some stocks Right And let me say this This is why you need the by the book the business, love before you get married or if you marry this book. Is for men and women I didn't. 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"akiba" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Well yeah on a game podcast to like the bnb here we really stretch shouldn't really do anyway i thought that was funny nope not today no game for you yeah maybe they may be a you know i note a key the you talked about how the soup naughty was really trying to capitalize on his fame twenty years after the fact maybe he got his way into john kear hoppers teams have really fooled plug has catchphrase what hap tim we'll before we get into the episode proper akiba since your new to the bnb we always like to get some uh some of our guests survivor origin story so i know that you're known for obviously your expertise on seinfeld you've done some big brother stuff in the past and you've done a couple of survivor appearances as well but what first you g what i got you went to the show you know almost season one fan actually i you know i've talked so much about survivors of but i don't think i've ever told the story so apologies than like or people who might remember if i have for on someone rob shows but my sort of like it's not my origins stories so to speak because i did watch seasons one in two but then after season two in september two thousand one i went abroad i studied abroad before i started colic between high school and out gap year i was just explaining some to somebody how uh we were very excited about the third season survivors survivor africa and we are especially excited about ethan my friends and i and we had no way to watch it because again we're abroad a two thousand one there's no way to like watch things over the internet that's you know beyond the possible in two thousand one even in like two thousand or five will not not feasible so here's like just eight date myself here's what we would have to do.
"akiba" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Really creative and they bring them together every single year for a sales conference basically fresh you know the annual sales conference where they bring together their their big champions and then they inspire them they teach them how to fundraise they make them leaders within their communities so it's really it's a winwin and i think every organisation has the opportunity to find likeminded people who also care about their caused so that fundraising doesn't have to be such a lonely battle nothing like passion for those people fourth area and the one where founder said they made their most mistakes was leading collaboratively what are they wish they had done better well what organizations i think realize this that that that the human resources challenge of running a nonprofit is is huge and that it's so critical not only to hire well but but also to fire well you know so often there you find that there are employee's that are part of the organization that aren't maybe necessarily a good fit and and and people say on too long in that can really diminish the culture of the organization and so what i hear from the best nonprofit leaders is that they figure out how to develop hiring practices that are authentic to the organization that really identify with the culture of the organization and like charles best at our friend who you're talking about charles best runs donors choose and he asks every single job candidate at what are you grateful for because he has a culture at donors choose of really really strong positive attitude people who want to give back and so if you can't come up with more than like your mom and that's not you know that's not a good answer he wants people who are grateful for a lot of people in their life and so developing lead this culture of really knowing who you are knowing what you're looking for and then empowering people within your team at every single level whether it's your senior leadership your team at your staff or your even your board of directors is really critical to success and very few have done that any better than achieve akiba's a fabulous example the crowdfunding platform for uh for for small businesses for microenterprises around the world i mean khiva had the blessing.
"akiba" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Albert Breer
"Or josh mccown for a year because if you can't get the right guy i mean look day they've got all these draft picks so they need help by rose on i don't know i don't know here's the thing is like and look this changes obviously this like evolves but i don't know that there's any one cutting back in college right now we're you look at them he said that guy's a first round quarterback in the two thousand nineteen draft and you know all these teams look at those things that way so i think that that's part of the picture here for the buffet for the bills is were eventually gonna need to find a longterm answer if we can look forward the next year or two and see you know that there will be plenty of them in the 2019 drafter plenty of the 2020 draft then we have to take our shot now as wide that'll planned to it interesting because there are veteran guys they would be better then then altirah taylor but it may not get you that much closer to the super bowl okic wasn't there the moral screwed up the question of before this is for mick now uh at nick now ninety one which bigname that is most likely to be capped casualty this off season i already mentioned his name i think it's a keep to leave uh i think it's part of the broncos sort of remaking their roster to some degree uh akiba's still a very good player bots he has a ten he has an eightfigure cap number ease into his 30s and i look i just i see him as the most likely bigname to dead to have the.
"akiba" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"As a gift but the holidays or whenever another reason you don't give a pet is a gift because of the pet is like it's the start of a relationship and as such you know you the person the pet should be right for each other yeah i my door fluffy was the perfect size hypoallergenic a multi sean half multis have bijur and it's easier for the kids akiba mother controlling of someone gave them a giant german shepherd outlook on we got loved the dog but there's no way those kids taken a dugout if you really do what he gets so would have bet hail maybe you get the mic a paid gift card then they go to the shelter the pets door may be with you pick the perfect pet for them if they don't want it you get a refund then you get them something else men along one they'd be better off for both of you for one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five how do you feel about given animals out as gifts for the holidays given pets out and the have you ever done it if you work in a pet store if you work for an animal shelter if you work at a rescue what are your thoughts i love to hear your thoughts on it he has this time of year when like business picks up and when people come you know when people come to the rescue this time of year looking to give the pets as gifts looking appeal to to rescue animals as gifts what are you tell a you on board with it pretty she added now that it's not a good idea unless you really know the person and their need or vase expressed desire that they want a dog or cat.
"akiba" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"Cigarette flush got some inside akiba steven bad says he had any ties amazing wall's going to say no worries quinsam there he's got a sun's out there first data reception by one of the best wide receivers of in asia gets to the marker looks like a good catch to me and i think they're going to take a look at a my corona on a pair of is completed pads purse downplays under here the today go to syracuse and miami area of donji just broke off a longrun hurdled the guy and wound up ii than he did actually being him in the chest thretaway tough guy actually she down fourteen here in the third some years ago in the rule book is a penalty to hurdle anymore mom kids response that's harrys touch staff we got a one possession and again not a response by sarah tears take a look at the police in the discipline here legarrette dungy to continue to ride that play fake out watch these two the figure cheer for miami is the played folds abuse right that they could he's right that bacon they freeze and they hesitate louis freeze the it you won't see that at any stand sheet or anything there's a couple occasions there were gonna need you struggling thrown the ball nor interceptions that he's ever been used to his career to get the poisoned the patience of the discipline there continued to do the little things right to help his offense the guts of eric dungy on that dr banged up as we saw in the back of that knee as we saw to get the job done on that drive on the ground and he has the bulk carrier on several picked play this was one of the biggest coastal carolina an app stayed at state of one thirteen minutes to go here in the fourth and they will get the touchdown touchdown.
"akiba" Discussed on WEEI
"Relied heavily akiba a source did note a he shot his load it might be the might might be divorced yes i dunno i believe that's not true but sao paulo tony idled speculation of of joseph shame on you gave no scott roof their standards and if some eu leaky accuse you of things no proof you run out writings dan's alma itself right okay the speaking of running a kirk is going to run out at nine thirty and tried to go across the street to the gym and benchpress to a set on the bench and give back here before peter kings answers over tries are feeling good today approximately three minutes i the only guy can't i think that's going to take your water than you think to me longer than you think to get such how phone dude i echoed down the stairs out the door that's a minute i would say at least a minute leaders and the related with all your you gotta do you to do the rapts i i think it's going to be you got to come in at like 342 is gonna be facebook live yeah he spoke to live by somebody who trail me guerrillas the interim will be trawl okay cadillac when you guys sank followed me out of co hurts very professional a workout foot i mean so it's like we're gonna dino again my health has my haircut zika was notes code greg kugler a quick israeli radar peter peter beta beautifully has earned him guess here john dennis huge date the station really portnoy at nine very brief very soon here do we think you'll hit above the race this yep at the mid these were doing well organised moves to come and once he leaves the ratings go up so i think they're thinking he believed in the rigs will go up as a backer a good predictions bill maher could be the next thing now why why bill more which the evidence that the rumors were we say wind we mean a deal that you're talking about rape allows talking about rape sex controver scandal researcher had someone who uses their position of ours gilead echo to be a liberal because that the media had the coverup for them well i mean would kirk was out in la trying to make it as a screenwriter i would assume.
"akiba" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher
"In between arth and mars so if you go to mars you'll have to cross the scale of asteroids but it's not like star tribal was was weatherly you don't dodge between them the kind of far away there's a whole bunch of asteroids that orbit the sun within a sudden diameter away from the sun where you're not a minister akiba's who said to the question your signals scientists you are infected engineers and that was the difference practically from astronomer regifter applause unwitted by intense dream about what will they wanna do we build a spacecraft i could do it you build spaceships idea home as crazy local cool of young shift meanwhile you're like a map scientists that's cool you want to be an astronaut won't play today is that kind of a goal for a lot of people who built not surprisingly not a lot like it's not i would assume it was like everyone 'cause they who doesn't want to hear face a lot of people don't parents can is gary laura how far as i go away also i'm canadians i couldn't applied to the we get the fucking canadian not i don't know if he looks like a of almost exactly the same as yours but far superior i don't know if you can tell some of the way i already an astronaut i am orbiting a celestial body of utopia down here and sort of an asteroid built up the united states i understand the cheaper favoritism now frenchcanadians a yap would seen in seattle suppressor like that nothingness garbage that's what we think of your countries will be and it's not the bottom okay so newark rides.
"akiba" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"Maybe like come movie on a guy who i wanna be yeah riviera six required rick flag yeah his bosses at groton he kinda was there to be like abuser akiba maligned and he tells me the end what you throw you gonna throw the ball at home you're ember year a any friends with the sword and he astra's he was there to prove that like you know as a respectable team but he didn't really do very much those respectable other thinly care about so when he loved yet well some and even as he as bad as a suicide squad sometime he was maybe even worse i think that was what they're trying to say yeah i can only be read ranger the from the power rangers okay plo again as it could be whatever if we wanna do it that could be whatever so those guys have a like swords right those robot dinosaurs yao nehad okay and he had the tyrannosaurus rex sure okay so we wound that has like you are good we have readily as you're and batman is it no no real klag rick flag write them yet more sense because there's an opening for rhetoric qazi that ended up missing resorting him the in this world the she looks at the newspaper and she's like where's batten it says like where's bannon until you're like okay bannon is not in this right now this is very interesting till the end were trying to come up with characters we're actually building a whole world this is this is how well this is working i think since i'm marty changing one letter of batman because i'm gonna switch back and forth between being batman and being read ranger since road changing one letter that man's activity from punched a pinch maybe we can change one letter batman for batman bartman.
"akiba" Discussed on Unorthodox
"But i have often said that if you were making a movie of akiba's life you wouldn't start with the story i started with you would start with a somewhat more famous story in that is it's all about love that his he falls in love with this woman she is the daughter i mean it's a it's it's like a cliche obviously hollywood all those innocent of jewish producers in hollywood they're lessing yet by the way we ask playing a caravan ghanim have the movie rights bensayah not yet i may be as george clooney know but i really want a cameo i don't know what position exactly would be but maybe i'm at knocks heard or not not come as early as our heart zone anyway i you know he falls in love with the daughter of a wealthy man the the wealthy man doesn't like the heard his daughter marrying such a you know set of both in ignorant person jewish lee speaking and a kind of lowerclass individual from what we can gather and he he basically kicks his daughter out of the house and she agrees to marry him if he will go study toro and then he becomes the greatest sage of his time and integrate ending this really good ending he comes back to town and of course the the fatherinlaw doesn't recognize the kid that he had kicked out with his daughter and the father what comes to this great sage to ask him a question and when he realizes who akiva is he says uh you know if you if i had only known who you were putt of course he wasn't that yet.