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"al kassar" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"Was no there was no dick. Nothing that he just typed it in. Yeah and you know laminated it. After it came out with machine gave it back to me and he says here we go thank you very much and I left on my merry way. The next the next time I had to renew guess what was on that form American Indian in or Alaskan natives. They had to change because of that one incident awesome. I said no no no no no. I've similar success story. Not Maybe not as nearly as dramatic that but Our our our podcast partner. I like to call them Lipson longtime been hosting our media for us also have a pulse that thinking king give podcasters if they wanNA pull their audiences and I had the same problem that you just described. They had They had white black every ethnicity. But anything I'm doing with indigenous people and I thought it was. I'm not trying to give them a bad name. They surely responsive they fixed it in a week and put it out so that you know all podcasters could see then have that and I really appreciate an name him by name rob off Vp of Al Kassar relations and he He got that six immediately and and in. I really appreciated that so just like you just said. They now have on their Alaskan native and native Americans.
"al kassar" Discussed on Unorthodox
"I can't tell you how sad I am to miss that interview. Not Not only because it was so damned interesting. Those gentlemen are so smart but also because I would love to stare into his allies and now I'll never have the chance but thank you guys for for being my Schulkin for doing it for me. I hope you would have asked more questions than I did. Doubtful Mazal Tov. Can I start guys can have the dispensation to start with. You may refer first one. The first one is dear friend Deena Poupko who works at the Natanz Foundation which has been Not just a supporter but really partner. They really they work with you. They help you they they I support you. They give you feedback that really partner on the show and Edina has been a terrific. I made a couple of years now. Were so fond of her and we are so excited for her. Are that at least if you were to believe the facebook She is betrothed. She's engaged marriage coming up and we look forward to our invitations. We look forward to crashing the wedding. We look for officiating. What do you mean our wedding? We're just form. Were so excited for her. And the PGA Mish Boca. That is is going to a growing soon. I also WANNA add another Muslim. This Mazal Tov is to a member of the J. Crew. Whose name is Gwen geffner? Now Gwen came up to me after our event book signing at my home. shool of Beth. Al Kassar Israel in new haven Last weekend which was so much fun And and my congregants came out but so did lots of people who aren't congregants and Gwen was one of those people who came to the show and she said Mark. I know that your daughter Clara is Super Big Harry Potter Fan. Because I hear you talk about her I want e mail her a trivia question and see if I can stump her and I was like that she loves that like. That's the game she plays with. Her friends is like stumped me. Nobody can stop her Gabrielle. savitt woods was was could sometimes stumper when he lived on our street is like look but you can try it right so I gave her my personal email. I said send this to me. And here's the trivia question she sent in she wrote dear mark. Nice to see you blah blah blah. Here's the trivia challenge for my fellow potter enthusiasts Clara. And anyone else who's interested in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. What three items did Neville by in an attempt to protect himself from the air of slithering? Oh I know this to fill. It is and I'm a whore cracks. A hamster right best Gwen geffner so I sent it onto Clara. WHO has an email account? She seldom checks if she isn't very little email business but she checked. And here's the amazing thing she actually you did Stump Clara who nobody stumps Claire. WHO's ready to the book? Eleven times and Clara road back. Oh Nice one and that's a big compliment coming from me. I think you've got me stumped. And then she says I know one of them and she says what the one is And then she doesn't remember the other two and then Clara writes back to her. Okay here's one for you as a comeback in the the third book Harry's on the night bus there's a little wizard at the rear of the bus. He's muttering in his sleep. What does he muttered? And then Claire Rights Yours Clara. PS My name is spelled with a K.. Because it started with a C.. So anyway the point is to Gwen Gassner for be one of only two or three people alive who has ever stumped Claire Oppenheimer on Harry Potter Trivia. A Hearty Mazal Tov. To you amazing I would like to offer Mazal Tov to Rabbi Menachem Mendel Pevsner. WHO's Hubbard Rabbi in Geneva? Some of the Jake Renault now I just returned from a a lovely John. Switzerland the Chabad morning in the city. I don't know very well just to have the sounds totally cliche. But when you actually live through it you realize is how true it it is to have the opportunity to knock on the door of Hubbard show walk in and immediately feel like you're in the most familiar familiy hill place in the world. It was just a delight to guys. Thank you so much for the hospitality and a very delicious Khitish thereafter so I have a Mazal Tov to sort of close. Close the loop on a burning question that the jae-ku has been faced with ever since I sang the first bit of Torah. Everyone remember Rania. Kavre Low Yala. Several KANTER's told me I sang wrong. which means of course at the version I remember is wrong and people said that they are actually to renew Karaz. Which one did you have? And I said I don't freak in anyway. Photo evidence has been procured of the program of my Mitzvah and it says about service Saturday. September ninth two thousand nine L.. Fifty seven sixty well T- weekly portioned ki-tae so we are confirming it for everyone. I I was a key Tae Lady but also reminds me so this actually comes from the the bloom family who I shouted out a few episodes ago. I don't know their their family. Archive is insane. The things they found I bought Mitzvah. the Yarmulke. We're giving my so recently and I was just like thank you keeping archived uh-huh only your children but also to me but it reminds me that I share my mental with Rena Perlman and I don't know what happened to her if you're out there Rena if you're listening. Thanks for being part of the JAYCO. And thanks to the blooms. So you said two thousand I just WANNA say September ninth. Two thousand was my sister Rachel's twelfth birthday which is to say that. If we oppenheimer's I worry barneveld midst of having family which we were not that would have been the day on which she could have for her twelfth birthday become about Mitzvah. You actually have. My sister's spiritual will bat Mitzvah Day as your apartments. 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"al kassar" Discussed on Poop Culture
"What's in the morning cool it is but you could also say how ego maniacal and how demanding he had he'd already put his big don't face on every single one of his album covers throw one? That's the worst thing I'm gonNA throw this is this is your from England too. I know you like clean. A lot of people say that that six song set that they did there is the best disagree ever. I don't rock and roll that Radio Gaga thing. When are you going to ever see that ever again? I mean you're talking. If you're if you're going to go that small with the Phil Collins thing you gotta go that big with aluminium best performance is ever that runs yours yours push me to the edge to push. You know I wanNA give it to light. You know that I just like no. You don't want to shut out of doing well because the first of all I don't like anyone to go home empty-handed and secondly <hes> you know the bill the Bill Clinton it's Monica Moon is this not only that but like you look look at trump's a beating Clinton and all the things that trump is both been accused of an proved of having done an has openly admitted to doing and we can't even get the guy fucking parking ticket <hes> it's it at that Clinton things still you know and the Lewinsky things still comes up today covered it a multiple different things you know twenty twenty and sixty minutes and all that stuff is still in its it comes up time and time again <music> all the puns intended it coming up time and time again you know but then you add that to a quintessential a battle in baseball the that you know unified baseball fans again after a rocky period the game you put those two things together. I just think I you know I'm giving it to July ninety eight. Stop arguing with me next do hope Products Nineteen John I ninety five and the show done all right off the hunt products for the final round. This determines the match. Do you guys want to start off or do you want to defer. I think we should defer defer our man crush. That's over to US right. Do you want to start this one off or should I yeah started off went up all right so July twenty six hundred eighty five hear me out here on the surface God. You'll respect this one. I think for real because on the surface slain about now there's nothing about nothing about remote control on the surface this product it doesn't seem like something that's monumental but actually was because and this is why I got a preface it with the between one thousand nine hundred three thousand five you have what was coined the Atari shock you know otherwise no it's a big video game crash nineteen eighty-three and just to show you how big it was. This is a three billion billion dollar industry in one thousand nine three that by nine hundred eighty five has gone to a hundred million. That's a loss of ninety percent over ninety percent in revenue all right so it's safe to say this point the video game industry shot and it's not just because while it is because yet shitty games like E._T.. But you had everybody in their mother releasing games for Atari that were just trash and then you had people buying computers. They're moving away from these video game consoles and buying computers can new games and do other things like your fucking excel spreadsheets and shit without excel of course because it wasn't out the Sun Anyhow we're all aware the fan mccown was released in one thousand nine hundred three it started off slow took another a year or so for that to pick up but Nintendo did one of the smartest things they could do. In one thousand nine five is because they repackage the famicon see yes and they released it with the product called or OBI robotic operating buddy so the thinking behind hi. This is absolutely genius what they did they put out this rob which is pretty much a piece of shit but in nineteen eighty five nobody knew that instead of being a video game system now they turn this into a toy and any s developed it was a toy it was natural toy instead of being video game system which nobody wanted to be a part of say put this rob out and if you look at any marketing from Nintendo in nineteen eighty five the primary focus of all their commercials was the Rob Rob was if you don't know what it is if I know what do you call Mike does but John was a a robot and looking at one right there. It's it was the quintessential piece that all the children wanted so by the end of ninety-six when they did research research about what would make you by Nintendo. All the research came back that the children's selected it because it had the robot and if you look online there's tons of people that will say this. This is the catalyst that move Nintendo go ahead. It took it from being video game system to being a toy. They put it together in that. Would the deluxe package so you had a couple controllers. You had the rob the Zapper Duck Hunt and gyro might I've. I've seen seen the RAV. I'm looking at it. I've seen it okay so it really pushed it ahead so if you if if you believe what everybody else's saying about the rob that it really catapulted the E._S.. Then that means a catapulted the entire video game industry because it was it was dead in the water at that point and they brought it out of the like the depths with this are O._B.. which was a total again? It was a total piece of shit but every kid wanted it because it looked cool and it was a toy and it was a came within center so that's my hot product was the euro be the robotic operating buddy. They came in the Nintendo. Is it the rob that's coming out or the this is the ROB now. This is the rob because as I I don't think the any ask gets an American release until like October who said anything about American release that I say American release. We're talking about. The Javanese releases the Japanese release of Rob The robots are O._B.. Mike I'm confused now. What's confusing about it? They put out the are O._B.. Well it's just like there's there's so much more to the story on how the N. E. S. became the any S in America so it's I mean I guess I get it. Yeah I mean the the rob is what sold the N._S.. In America right and that's the release date of the ROB's that's my product but but the rob was also like virtually discontinued like a year and a half later yeah that's it's that's fine but the point of the story is this is what pushed out the N._S.. It made it popular in North America. No that's true that's true all right. I don't understand al-kassar. Mock are average on well. If you love the come stained dress. You're absolutely GONNA love my hot product because this is something that sold in the millions and most of them work come stained excellence July tenth nineteen eighty-five we got the September issue of Playboy magazine which for the very first time gave everybody nude photos of Madonna their photos that she had taken somewhere between the time of the late seventies early eighties when she was in college she posed for a few different different photographers playboy then got hold of these photos as did penthouse they both published them and out to the World Madonna's. I knew picks now just prior the year earlier. Vanessa Williams is nude photos had had come up in playboy actually took a pass on that saying at the time the photos were taken Vanessa. Williams probably didn't know what she was doing but Madonna on the other hand repeatedly posed for different photographers in the nude so playboy got hold of those photos rose published for the first time. We all got nude photos that we could take home into our bathrooms are bedrooms. It was wonderful so why was the September issue released in July. I cannot figure that out but it's just something the magazine magazine industry does if you look at the issue that came out in July for penthouse. That was also the September issue so I think it's just something how they date their issues. Normally it's like a month or two but I've not heard of that many any months before now may make sense is in a dollar general the other day and they had Halloween candy up that the funny thing is I'm probably the only person on the planet that even in nineteen ninety five if someone said I have nude photographs of Madonna I I would say Yeah No. That's a hot but that's probably on the planet anyway great all right the rob and nude Madonna all right onto July nineteen ninety eight would would you like to go I i. I'd like to elect to end on a high note. Okay all right. I got this all right so in our last injury we had propelling video games forward and then we had magazines with the <hes> the other one and I've got one. That's going to get both of those. WHO's in one shot because I've got the game boy camera? Now we all remember the Gameboy Gameboy from Nintendo. Everybody loved the Gameboy you had your big gray brick and you take it places. It was so popular I'd had one for years and Gameboy camera dropped in it was actually the month of June ninety eight and then in July. The big news was in the in sixty four magazine about this hot product the beginning a monthly section dedicated to the device. Now I gotTa say the ROB. The robot is a cool bit of Nostalgia Trivia but not many people really remember them and nude photos a celebrity. We hear about that all the time time but the gameboy camera made the Guinness World Records for being the world's smallest digital camera at the time now obviously this record has still been broken are has been broken it had three options is when it came out on the home screen shoot view and play which were also the three options for Madonna's photo shoot and the legacy of Bill Clinton's penis. The legacy of it just can't be overstated overstated. 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"al kassar" Discussed on Caught Offside
"So they were six points there Byron upon the resumption of the season after their winter break, and that went to nine for little period. So that is the feels like that's significant. It is significant the other way to look at it is that they excelled in what was supposed to be transitional year. Under Lucian Fabra, the Artha Jaden Sancho twelve goals, fourteen assists, phone to strike are in pop Paco, Al Kassar who scored eighteen goals, but only started at eleven games had a new midfield, whistling Leonie. But Andrew defensively they are so far off on the Maeve need to get a new goalkeeper. I don't know if barky is going. I don't know if his understudy who I saw last week against for tuna just door. So, yeah, I they can look at it two ways. I'm sure there will be in the back of their minds a little bit of disappointment. Yeah. Let's see JJ let's do this now. Red card. I. Yep. My car goes to UEFA, Henrik McAteer Ian will not travel by coup and is there by John for the way for Europa league. Final with arsenal. Mcateer took the decision based on the ongoing tension between John and his own country. Armenia over disputed territory as MacOS Delaney pointed out in the independence day, this Europa league final venue, has been a disaster from the beginning and this seems to be the icing on the cake. It is a culmination of so many problems with staging the Europa league final in such venue. Geographically remove not sufficiently equipped politically questionable. If a host city or country cannot guarantee the safety of every single player because of its political problems with another country in your way. Then that country cannot be considered for a final. Now the got away with it last year with Ukraine, which has a political problem with Russia, but it just happened that there were no players are teams that could make that a real issue. But surely, this was something they saw coming down the line are snow on. Chelsea were odds on favorites from the bookies at the start of the competition to be in the final. They had toying to change this as a region is so remote even prior to the final. It was going to be hired for their airport to cope with the amount of fines that we're gonna come through. So they reduced the tickets to nothing like twelve thousand of allocation of tickets for the two teams were key Lewis. This is just again, something that I can't understand in decision making. But then I think about it. And this is always the reason again with the money. Yeah, again with the money. Money. Now, let me I'm not making an allegation here. I'm just suggesting. All right. And if we look at things there were so many finals that, you know you if it will say they're trying to grow the game. So they bring it is our by John. But it just doesn't work. The stadium is literally, the only thing that works in this in this whole equation. Yeah this mic Atari situation. I mean I saw is by John's FA said that they would do everything they could that, you know, to approve his, his visas, he would be allowed and they would do everything they could to ensure his safety. But what can you really do? Pray to go on. H he after speaking with his family. He said, it's just and he's he has chosen to not play in games in other by John previously, I feel terrible for him. I'm sure it was an incredibly conflicting moment. It's you're right. It's a bad situation. That was essentially self created by UEFA. And I guess you reap what you sow look, if, if a country has it doesn't have diplomatic relations, it's got to the point where there's no diplomatic relations between our menia and as our budget. So if you've got to that point on both our teams that are in UEFA, don't put the final there. What's, what's the only reason it could possibly be there that the sponsorship the money? Everything else has been sorted out and they don't wanna lose it now. Look, I feel I'll I'm going to be totally Frank with you right now. I feel uncomfortable going too much further down this road because I'm gonna be honest. I don't know a single thing about the conflict between by John Armenia..
"al kassar" Discussed on ESPN FC
"So they were six points, there of Byron upon the resumption of the season after their winter break. And that went to nine for a little period. So that is feels like significant. It is significant the other way to look at it is that they excelled in what was supposed to be transitional year. Under Lucian Fabra, the Artha Jaden Sancho twelve goals, fourteen assists, phone to strike are in Paco, Al Kassar who scored eighteen goals but only started eleven games. Had a new midfield with Celinda Leonie. But Andrew defensively they are so far off on. They may need to get a new goalkeeper. I don't know if barky is going to call it. I don't know if his under study who I saw last week against for tuna just door so, yeah, I they can look at it two ways. I'm sure there will be in the back of their minds a little bit of disappointment. Yeah. Let's see JJ. Let's do this now. Red card. I. Yep. My car goes to UEFA, Henrik McAteer Ian will not travel tobacco. And as by Jan for the way for Europa league final with arsenal. Mcateer took the decision based on the ongoing tension between John and his own country, Armenia over disputed territory, as MacOS Delaney pointed out in the independence day, this Europa league final venue has been a disaster from the beginning. This seems to be the icing on the cake. It is a culmination of so many problems with staging the Euroleague final in such venue. Geographically remove not sufficiently. Dipped politically questionable if a host city or country cannot guarantee the safety of every single player because of its political problems with another country in UEFA than that country. Cannot be considered for a final. Now the got away with it last year with Ukraine, which has a political problem with Russia, but it just happened that there were no players are teams that could make that a real issue..
"al kassar" Discussed on ESPN FC
"This game? This guy's not trying to play soccer. He's trying to fight people. And you know, what I guess I would say good for him bad on the ref to not see what happened. But. Son is a person he's a human being. He's just been knocked to the ground as he's getting up. Here comes Jefferson Lerma from behind who punches him in the back of the neck punches him and sun feels like a human being would and just reacts like a human being would and pushes Lerma who couldn't wait to fall to the ground. Hey, that's all I feel just hey, I noticed that you have attempted to mount a defensive foot. Sprain. Listen, eighty Arctic. He might turn out to be these player. But what are you doing the evidence is not good you doing? But I like if somebody punched if somebody ran in here right now punch me in the back of the neck chances are I'd stand up and push them like Sunday. I know we asked these guys to be superhuman. But how do you not just react in a moment like net? Niagara agree. There's not end up, by the way. It's good that Jefferson Lerma has don't something for born. Because his lot of fines if you listen to them or quite disappointed with him twenty five million spent on them he hasn't on tone. He was doing that. He was doing that all day like this just like nonsense doesn't over the pitch. It doesn't seem like an Eddie. How would send a team out? I wonder if spokesman fruits and Jefferson could you come down, please. I mean, they did win. So Tottenham defend it for. I mean, they defended like they knew their season dependent on give him credit with nine men to do as well as they did. But eventually that's that. You would think would be an easy nut to crack and born to do that JJ. I'll tell you what we'll take. Very quick break. When we come back. I actually have a boy wonder watch we haven't had one of these in a while. Which is great that we have one. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I know we'll talk about that in just a second. I'll go anywhere. It's time. But boy wonder why Christian? Pool that really? Put to Kenny separates the police station. Putting a. The. Oh, really was back now on caught offside with a boy wonder why says he scores the opener for Borussia Dortmund put them up one nil they eventually were up to. No. And then they were eventually tied to two. And that is how it ended. Good for fuel sick. Oh, oh, so bad for Dortmund like a hot knife through Hershey. Chocolate strip to that defense after five minutes. Brilliant goal. Really really great direct powerful finishing then Roman Burkey decided hey this game. I think it was after about an hour. It's not fun enough. I think it was after seventy minutes twenty minutes left in the game room. Burkey? Let's not shot through his legs. It was it was horrific. He's a goalkeeper that I'm never owned a percent sure on can put off greats as and yet he is capable of that blunder and then old man pits. Sarel ole men Pizarro he pops up with gold. He's forty. And that's it. I don't know. What else? Now, there was one more chance where another slamming run by boy woundr ends up with cross-strait across the globe. But there was no Pablo. Al Kassar are no strike to put it home. Yeah. But Tim he had what appeared to be fine game. Two games remain in the league Byron Munich now because of this hold a four point lead a lead, which you simply don't see them. Don't anguishing. I guess this is a boy wonder watch. Let's talk about pulisic for a sec. This season was weird. Let's be honest form wise, it wasn't necessarily the trajectory that we had seen him traveling last couple seasons. Injuries plagued him. Unfortunately, Dortmund's death at his position really plagued with Jaden Sancho just being completely undrivable first choice..
"al kassar" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"The collect trolling column here. I do. I do one Colin could take it. Sometimes you've gotta take a shot at the king. Knock him off his pedestal love with goals doing here. Yeah, I love it too, especially. I love the interview now only just that one, but when Baker came on and they actually addressed it just to see that Kalenjin backup. He say, look, I'm gonna tell you what my issues are. They squashed that beef and then come in troll that beef to kinda scratch the scab that was there a love that man Joel is very spicy. I think he wants one of our jobs. I don't think he's satisfied. Just hear what you're saying. I think he out somebody any cash it. He's not. He's satisfied just calling games. I think you'd want jobs. All right. Thank you. Today we're talking about Colin cabinet who's not even hiding the fact that he's tearing his social activism into a highly profitable brand. I know this comes as a big surprise to you Marcel us, but I'm not a fan of what he's doing a heard, not quite a dumpster fire, but he's offering around the dumpster forty, six total job performance. And I consider him a brand marketer. Now, not a quarterback. He's a brand plugging eighteen is a brand all time, greatness as a brand. Look, he made something out of nothing. I'll give him in eighteen character. I'm not that high on because I think he's phony. And that's why all this city zero. There is nothing authentic about Colin cabinet zero for a total of Dono. What he's six. Oh, I know. Donut. Like, don't like there's nothing real about this authentic up his own money million dollar stores, calls demand is sacrifice or lost his job, whatever you wanna call this all Schick semantics guess what the man is about this. He is putting his action behind his words. You'll get some role hats, beard all in authentic authentic, what Al Kassar everyone would dreads for the calls, go for the fall. So guess what? Eight about appearance. It's about what the guys about. You are wrong with this and he'd never been in trouble before demand alone. Let me give you some real numbers right here in character we're going. Let me say also about away down in Miami was acute, but it all went away. That was before. Okay. Yeah, that's the fro was little, then let's go here. Okay, so let's go to my numbers, which grade I'm still on the quarterback because I'm giving him a little quarterback love and brand activists love so burden as a quarterback, the do sixteen down foreign exceptions, which win a gang bombs around the as I call it bums around me all time. Greatness fifteen. He led a team to the Super Bowl. I get it for a guy who's never been to a Super Bowl or David Woodley. Okay. Well guess what? David willy also wasn't the next best thing for a while and Colin was for a while character give them a high character and it's not a perfect character. But at the same time I respect that a guy is taking this multi and not caving not backing away, not going away and not talking. What do they say? Go with that? Here's my last authenticity. Seventeen. I do understand where you're coming from. 'cause I've known Colin Kaepernick through the phases and you know if you knew pre protests. And now there are some questions that I think the masses won't answer. I won't necessarily discuss does revelations, but it's been a process. It's been a transition and I respect the man. No grandma said when the holy goes hit, you just run with it and it goes hit them when nessa quick Dayton, Alden Smith and started dating Colin cabinet, the Holy Ghost hitting. I am not. That. Who care what inspiration from, you know, when it come when you feel it, it takes over your life. I get it. You look at is that really you really him? Because emit that even though that was a little dicey in in the beginning, the guys about his protests, his calls, our calls Twitter feed, really, you gotta get the message out somehow. Why not? Everybody's? How about you? Hate Twitter? I'm this. I'm Paul revere. Wanted to tell you the British come..
"al kassar" Discussed on Bodega Boys
"Let me those terrible talk about how almost every classic album has at least one terms on super terrible saw and your about to go to jail below the vive also uh ballot ally so that i felt the videos bad no divorced on was i know a grows what i know of girls wa also that was a sample they had to clear so it was you know total where's the money yeah i mean you know weah every every album had is was the me just make sure what what was the wijewardana corner lights your eye on equipment are word is order missy 'cause i like to i like the was that was that what what they own boom boom boom boom boom i took it to the pocket as a she kocic my book i like that joe bag now an attack now are ah day uh was it oh easily the worst song alkass has ever recorded in the history of al kassar i don't care about all that i'd while bullshit i would say that that zone disavowed any worse saw i alkass than ever me is mama sita which i'll i'll hormone i momma see ta that song is one of the worst ever in the history hip hop if you do not believe me run up on me and get done i i'll stop vallarta fucking add another one of my favorite albums ever does a terrible song just a worse song ever yeah that's on physically made me ilhwa's out that's why can't i feel like eighty elliot's might be better than equipment i because of this on and as a hard that's our hard giving us flaming hot get to me heart i i've i have timberland's i'ma fee in my hands as a status black rob life story was a better album than equipment.
"al kassar" Discussed on Filmhaus
"What's happening who owns a dozen she later or there's another character who has the rock at gunpoint and tells her led me soak you're dick right now is that a dad is in the movie i promise that were definitely doing saudi a sad is that his s darko i felt we can skip the most of the yes i think were only introduced one new character jeremy who's a creepy there's a weird low jerry jerry action which really is it's another thing of being pegged for a two thousand nine film because right before like um i guess gay rights kind of became ubiquitous in at least pop culture like media culture because the intro is he tries to introduce himself in the the friend goes are you a gay and then that that's like a whole thing where he's like no i'm not a gay here in samantha's like i don't think you are a gay iit was the the weird like out of nowhere it was just like very strange ma'am he's introduce says the the young lad who i guess has six hundred dollars circa 1995 to pay for a meteorite oh yeah there's meteorites in this movie sutherland tests iraq see item anaheim ahead but they they turn into like glowing yeah this this guy other tests they're all tests act slow which is a marvel thing right now existed before that before he ends affordable j just clarifying for the audience it's not this is not in the mc you who the point though of the meteors in donny darko i thought the the genius this in this talking about the theatro is still haven't seen the director director version but they the the creepy par about donte arcos when frank is saying this is how much time you have to the end of the world the end of the world i always assumed was the end of donnees world right not the eight because used the audience go argh line the world's dan i felt like this movie there like it is about the end of the world's leading up to a meteor shower that's destroy literally destroy al kassar shower sorry test rain shower meteorite jeremy correct here i'm trying to remember ever seen i'm going to watch tony darko tonight saying but what so at the end.
"al kassar" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"So my trainer in columbus one of his dogs work was in magnum pia so beast pieces oil his name was king okay but they were base uh what's your favorite kind of dog christine christine what i would obviously heartland pug life you to fall my little pound baby pat i have a friend lairs laws of some are closest friends are the kosters in connecticut we used to the work of their their pug had an eye pop out i thought that ling like that can happen and i do you do you have it all well you have your kids your dogma she budel using a sheep abdul is half she had a little picked it was that the wife or was a jew my wife my kids while i was out of town al kassar who had no decision no i had it might what happened was my wife ran ran over my bassett down she was up thirteen champs san medication and she went to meet the tire my car a car my wife and i had that we had a we had i had to pull up shoes she was like lena anything showdown like fi i do wonder why losing ludwig she ran over in back no i have no the i sorry i listen i'm gonna go hang out with a cool dogs and anyway so like you know i'd like look you're like any huby like the kids had said goodbye.
"al kassar" Discussed on Easily Offended
"And i need honest did you see what happened at the club house no no no budget or you in this be honest about everything you guys because al kassar's because you'll have a my on so you've got to speak out to daddy's my over here came the no reason who isn't we wouldn't have done it it did you see that bought the time he believes invited but listen i'm from brooklyn right so i'm i'm i'm from a place where they already in a party but let me no know focus because you from harlem correct don't worry about we're slow from two children announced their home okay so so i i am the thai she she if i can make if i could make some money whether they friend full whenever i'm i'm going to be the i can make some way so i didn't know if this guy had talent and blessed the me go goalie and listen to this guy single yes so that's why i came the people that's why i came to his say what you video relay on your mind day in a affet i didn't know that i didn't know that both x chief of oh epa then a sad day is there a her body for no real soda was exaggerated they home who's who is still but added but but who squash visas tell you there who squashed the beef pause are we the sudan pot tomas wash of beef.
"al kassar" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Right that he had maj city been lying espn la 2013 k now oh you know what i caught so much of early like first album kate i came on sports nation three times i was hosting it twice so end in you know whole comp the connection it was a lot to the point where now i like to afford others opportunity to see him just because i've seen so much over and is no shot at him just he's been out there college football fans will have a chance to see the grammy award winning hip pop superstar as natty performing at the inaugural college football playoff national championship time performance the first one special performance taking place at centennial olympic park down at atlanta i don't know how familiar with it one of thank god say la centennial your bad city for wale he's still silica grossest at halftime show of the national championship now it makes is our sell us back the carping god i am of yeah so that's kind of january eight two thousand eighteen for kendrick he's that or the moment who can kind of be inserted into any of these types of tv sponsor friendly events but yet he's still kendrick lamar yemen and from my dj inc those are two gigs to get a debt chick i mean literally vet check comes well before you perform before you even practice and is commas in zero zero like like i did this like direct tv super bowl dj for al kassar kalua i like how much beyond all this plan songs like i'm not perform i am not cartier they were like whale care how many times in la and in vegas in the last ten years have you seen tiger perform at a promotional samsung flip phone ipad launch zooming right easy money to staff iso ben.
"al kassar" Discussed on Novel Targets
"Djing signatures for their capacity to stratified patients into long term, survivors, and short-term survivors. So it started with all initial publications back in two thousand six in science fulled by Al Kassar research paper in two seven at that time we propose based on two essays one is immune score immunise to chemistry as I say. And also based on immune djing signatures that tumors would be stratified into two major category lame than non inflame tours in two or nine we propose if failed category of altered. Immune reaction intermediates, which could be due to different types of immune defect. And so we optimize the genes in order to really characterize these three populations of patients inflame tumors, the alternative Munari actions and the non inflame tours and later on in twenty fourteen we publish a Baber immunity discussing the fact that these time of immune reaction was seen in many cancer types and were associated both with a proposed values or basically trying to find the patients into high risk lorries short term, or long term survivors. But also, in many cases, these particular genes, and these particular type of immune response was associated with a better likelihood of response to immunotherapy. And so this is likely to be a general concept that there is a specific type of immune reaction. That is necessary and that is consistent across cancer types. And so we tested these signatures with these call T cell therapy. And so prising Lee, I would say we found out that after call thi selling fusion so on the post treatment by Obse specimen. There was a clear increase many of the genes from those predefined immune signatures, which includes T Sal related genes. Chemokines that are attracting the Tisdale's checkpoint molecules like CJ four was very much increased PD one was increased began one was increased leg. Three was increased. Now, we'll be validating this we've over nickel trials from kites. We will also evaluate whether we can predict the likelihood of response to the Kathi cell therapy. Which is. Not yet demonstrate it because we are not enough patients, but clearly with the pre treatment and post treatment. There was really strong strong modification of the immune Micron violent which could also open the door for new clinical trials or patients that may be relapsing for example, awful combination therapy of Kati, Sal, plus checkpoint inhibitors to borrow dot achilles campfire analogy one way to think about pre existing immunity Mba's of the campfire if you wanna fire the immune system against cancer. You have to have some excellent on a fan van vers. We'll come back to Dr gallon later, but I hear about a novel cancer vaccine against for cancer test this antigen, and why is one Carlos bio ex-physician, scientists from -demia, and I'm right now, the presidency CEO immune design at Lasko. There was some intriguing data. It showed us how our first product from our vacs. Same platform works with us at in twenty five patients, which are comma that have the marker of our vaccine call Ingwe's one many of them had failed. Multiple lines of chemotherapy, many of them had nothing left. And what we found was that the majority of the patients that came in with progressive disease. Meaning their tumors were growing having failed your Serapis many of them were able to arrest the Timur when they got the scene and the tumor stop growing, and then is control for many, many months even years. The main finding was that patients have not yet crossed that famous barrier of fifty percent mortality, which means that these patients that normally have a life expectancy of eleven to thirteen months. We have follow this for many years, and they still have increased that line of fifty percent more. So what we have is a unique approach, which means you get back in your arms every two weeks with a shot. Oh, that's very painless. And you start building immune response against that Antion, and that appears to control it too many patients, and then that impacts mortality the last finding that was there, which is something that people have looked for many years is why do some patients respond in the way of living longer versus others. Not. So we start asking two questions. The first one was when you give back seen. That's the body responded vaccine by creating the type of immune response against the tumor and the answer was yes. In more than fifty percent of our patients we were able to measure any in response..
"al kassar" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Order scott paper towels you say order paper towels you turn and guess what amazon basics makes paper towel i completely agree with you but paper towelling no one gets a except for my grandmother who was raised on a boy fitting toilet paper colleagues may i don't know i like the ones where they actually the you can have a smaller sort of you know a part you get a perforated in metal so like those the you but you raise such interesting existential questions can paper towel ever compete on brent it cannot push it is a true commodity right so the the least expensive one but there is a qualitative difference was super tablets used her that ever do you prefer double pyre single play on your sensitive turkish a guy rely on my wife earnest but i decide when the when the product is qualitatively superior it should be able to acquire preview or extracted premium and then brand helps exemplify the prime it's the ship that isn't that is fake that is an authentic that has been basically foisted on us through artifice that's going to be vulnerable to what you just described al kassar brand has a future in this scary disturbing in world ruled by these platform quality brent and only thing that's scales in my ruled that that goes up is quality creativity good that there is a bifurcation between good and bad it's just going to be very simple world there's going to be scaled crap and commodities and very special stuff at the top writes a bad creativity not a good place to be okay and quality true creativity good placed absolutely all right enter thank you so much for joining us thank surrounding and we'll be back next week the new upset.
"al kassar" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones
"Still to this day precious few of the men who survived rows battles have returned home and then of course thousands and thousands died men and women died major warmoth lady of baron was among robs most loyal supporters she was there when he was proclaimed king in north and she died at the red wedding so now john it sounds a half to convince the new lady of bear island 10yearold liana warm it that allegedly under new management starks are actually still worth dying for signs it tries to open its the always say open with an ice breaker opening with a joke open with something warm that personalizes you to tear audience she says i remember when you were more milady you're name from iowa liana was said she was a great beauty i'm sure you will be to and leon his eyes roll out of her head so hard that they crash onto the floor and go out of the fucking castle and down into the bayliss he says i doubt it my mother with some great beauty or any other kind of beauty she was a great warrior though she died fighting for your brother rob john says i served on near uncle al kassar casablanca leading the honor he was also a great warrior end an honorable men i was his steward in fact i think we've had enough smalltalk we oughta says why are you here she is much l adlitem it fucking icon i you know this is a tough ask for for lady more she's lost a lot embarrassment is not a big place i'll get into that in the citadel john says you know appealing now to her the sense of security or sense of duty ramsey both cannot be allowed to keep wonderful my lady it is our duty to stop him even more so because he holds our brother recon circus prisoner what you have to understand my lady is that and liana cuts off i understand that i am responsible for bear island at all live here.