23 Burst results for "Alah"

"alah" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"alah" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

"It needs to be achievable. So that's that's how it is. So yes i challenge people. I'm make achievable everything all achievable. And i'm not there flashing people for the and i don't use the with screaming show It's the my vacation is is kind of cool it through the mentality. So i'm just providing the service and the the boots and the the know how i suppose that the exercises but yes. It's challenge within your within your ability go topic slightly so of but not just public online. How did we say you into peak. Coffee longtime right. How did the attitude to fitness training physical fitness training that change over time you with that and and and also was there a perceived disconnect between the way the pt felt things should be done at. How units actually doing you gave the example era of you sat targets to be achievable. Alah stuff we did intrigue in on an onion battalion. A-list stuff was deliberately. Unachievable like fail failed file file. That's why i ask. Yes some good questions. So there's a big difference with if you look at like powers marines. Special forces guys is a little bit. It's going to be different. I think we had to be almost broken down we to them build as backup and that was kind of the mentality. I i think. Certainly twenty years ago But then within the military things changed within certain things always change on. And there's always that that thing where it wasn't as hard as it wasn't my day talk about jeep in my experience is this Things have to change because when we started. I don't know about you. But i remember. We started with about who knew this. And we got thrashed. Got beasted the original hindered. I think there's any five that passed out. Look wastage night. Not if i've people have actually made it but a lot of people good would have been good pow would it being good soldiers And then you look at the more recently. I was always sitting on some some the meetings and seeing the stats in dislike some one point there was like twenty seven percent of the army. Who medically deployable and you look at the numbers of the armed forces on significantly that's massive and then is the cost so every time not not the whole all. Those people are medical in deplorable because of injury. There's illness not so things within that. A big majority of that was mosquito. Skeletal injuries and i believe the identify general carta or his predecessor. Abc turn around to the core..

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"alah" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

Papo no Auge!

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"alah" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

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"alah" Discussed on Reality Steve Podcast

Reality Steve Podcast

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"alah" Discussed on Reality Steve Podcast

"I mean that's another one of the main takeaways that we had for this. Storyline is what has played out on social media as a result of what has been shown on the show with the specific instagram targeting. The tasha gaining three hundred k. In a week with Brendan and piper's instagram followers. Tanking like in a way that we've never seen before i'm wondering is only going to be amplified. Yeah and it is kind of brennan has brennan's has acted pipers. Not innocent and all this there duo but brennan also losing ten times the followers that piper. I mean he's at one hundred thousand now in piper's at what ten that doesn't seem like a lot for for kind of what she's done in her role in this and you know brennan has been the more outspoken. One piper's just kind of been there following along. She did say some things that were inflammatory when the cameras caught them laying there on the hammock or the day better. Whatever it was. But it's been mostly brendan who's come across as a fuck boy and a guy who clearly used natasha. Until he knew piper was coming in but he's taking way more heat than she is. And i'm not saying. Hey everyone go follow piper. I'm just saying it's not like they're losing the same amount. He's ten times losing more than she is. It's not even close. And i thought i guess maybe hers will be a little bit more. Just because she's just as complicit in this as he is but apparently not people maybe they just really have seemed to taken to a severe dislike towards brandon. I think they people are responding not. They're not actually responding to and the instagram followers thing. I mean that's the way that they're punishing them. 'cause they talked about it but i really do think. They're responding to how brendan treated natasha. No it certainly Look at piper's message last night on her instagram story. That she just wanted to make it clear they were not an exclusive relationship. Pre show just seems to be missing the boat altogether. Like i still don't think that she gets why people are bothered by what they did. And i guess you never will. If she doesn't know what by now at certainly hasn't done seemed to sink in. I don't it seems like she's fighting semantics at this point like maybe they didn't specifically say to each other. We are boyfriend and girlfriend. We are a couple. We're going to go down there to game the system. But it was clear if you've seen a guy ten times pre show and you don't live in the same city which means you have to make plans to get on a train or a bus or a plane to go see somebody else clearly. It's more serious than yeah. I was going to down there and just see how it was with her like now. You could have just seen that visiting each other in boston or new york. You didn't after down there to do it. It makes it makes no. They're their execution is terrible this. It's also interesting to me that no one really ever talks about the producers role in any of us. Certainly what said. Natasha is like unnecessary. Terrible and the reaction. He's getting is the reaction to that but nobody seems to understand that the producers knew they were dated the producer one hundred percent. Put them on the show for this exact reason and so to say that they gamed the system. It's like not really. The producers actually gained them producers. Put them in this situation specifically to make a crazy blow up in the middle of the season. You know we here's the thing and this is where i'm just. I'm still confused about those. Two and i know everyone said. Oh it's about the followers about the is what the legs it's about the cloud or whatever it's like okay. I get it to a certain extent that that's why they went down there but they were clearly into each other. They were only interested in dating each other. I guess 'cause my question is basically like why go do this. Why did they go down there and act this way. And why didn't they just date and not go on paradise. It was that much of a. We really need the follower thing Because it just seems like they didn't have to do this. they were only granted. You don't know what's going to happen until you get down there. They were only in mexico. Obviously brennan was there from the very beginning but piper was only there what's piper arrived. I think she was there three or four days in terms of on in the cast. So clearly. Hindsight is twenty twenty. And it's not worth it when you look back on it now. But i just don't see why these two wanted to go down there in the first place obviously producers probably convince them it would be good and you know like you said the producers game them. I get it to a certain extent. But i'm still curious as to why they went down there but if the ultimate answer is because they just wanted to be on tv and gained followers. That's it. i mean there's really no it just it's really i mean people say followers and be on. Tv those are just code words for money money out of bachelor in paradise with a million followers which they could have done if their plan would have worked and they would've played it correctly they wind up going to the and getting engaged and they may be or one of the darling couples paradise. Alah tober and jade roper. You know kind of the first ones to really do it. And that's huge. If you have a dollars the difference between that and you know what he had when he came in three hundred forty some and she was scrapped at like eighty thousand bucks massively different in terms of how much money you're making that year. So i know people like to generalize. It saves like cloud or instagram. Stop that like. I always try to remember. It is money. This is a job opportunity. They are walking in there trying to come out with a huge promotion and that would have been possible. Had they played it correctly. Just did terrible executions one of the worst executed plans ever really on this in. The show's history I wanna move on to somebody else. Who i know is probably under guys radar and for the way he has been For a couple of seasons now katy season and now paradise is your thoughts on thomas and in terms of a game player In this sport of the bachelor bachelorette world because.

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"alah" Discussed on JustATouchof_J

JustATouchof_J

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"alah" Discussed on JustATouchof_J

"Liz alah. Y'all you know habits when it cuts off anyway. Look how's it gives my system and my sister just be messed up is really is like attack and it takes the food like as a foreign substance i foreign invader foreign invader is entering our body. Okay some foods. It's okay but in some foods that i need. Okay because i'm not getting proper nutrition. Okay because i'm not able to eat certain stuff so it's like i have to eat it. Okay so then. I got decided takes these symptoms and things like that like i told you like my legs swell up ankles. Gabriel big or. I can't walk. You know because oxygenates are on food and or or things like there are histamine or a some foods have histamine releasing things that are in them that are released all the other hist immunity in the body that i was doing different supplements they had me trying and some of them were liberators. Which was re it if you get too many akseli to activate concerning news to be. It's just such a jay. This is a lot. Okay so this whip but i'm here and i'm fighting. I told you. I've got this in. Y'all got to hear this thing to okay so please. I'm say this race on. Forget man forgive. Please don't hold yourself in bondage and don't hold anybody else bondage. Don't because as go ahead you were sitting around it years ago by you'll be all messed up on getting worse and worse and worse and enemies going. Eat away at you. You won't get away it yourself and god is like this. I told you. What do i had just says. Data you closure bible that you can forgive that you shouldn't set people when they forgive because when you don't accept them god doesn't accept yours know why won't put yourself today. I mean look. You're you're listening. You guys believe in god so if you don't wanna forgive people you gotta know they got ankle forgive you. That's what it said his word he said. I'm not a man. I'm not i'm not going to allow. You will read what you saw. Okay so again. Like i say i'm outta here. Go back in be big winner. Our guys something else to say makes y'all listen to the songs they coming up next. I told you. I got that nice things for your s cover to to be patient. I gotta put it out there. And he's got a dual right. I can't not doing it right now. Dua right oh. I've been putting in nas the lewis of without if you've been paying attention okay. I'll make and of these kitchen okay. Some of my last foods. I did that. I put out there for your to egg pizza armlet this week. I got something coming. Your gave your sneak peek at the end of the food video with the nice stuff. One ed was going to be up this week so she. I'll check that out. So y'all get the recipe that's on wednesdays. Okay just just check.

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"alah" Discussed on The Doomer Bloomer Podcast

The Doomer Bloomer Podcast

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"alah" Discussed on The Doomer Bloomer Podcast

"Yeah so i set up that. Actually there is a forty day Kind of devotional or reflection so that you can you can. They're six themes are chapters and in those six teams. I have seven days or seven sub reflections and so each day as a a reflection that i wrote then the scriptures from all the different faith traditions then a prayer and then a call to action and then some questions for you to reflect on as you're reading this and you know for me i. I really came to love the teachings of buddha in the hindu scriptures now. Until i really started doing the research for this book i never read the hindu scriptures which were the oldest scriptures that we have in the in the world of buddhist teachings the teachings of baha alah from by high or the sikh scripture so wow it's just What i found was you know the is i. I'm not saying to people you need to convert to islam buddhism. You know whatever your faith is or maybe you don't have any certain faith but but by reading this can enhance your own Hopefully your own understanding of your god yourself yeah I have a a short sentence for that. It's called the save. The best and screw the rest is so you. Yes oh like it's to me to me. Faith again is very individualistic. And you have to find again what works for you and it's funny. You should mention integrity. Because that's one of the pillars. That i talk about on podcast a lot and then of course peace i call like i call that inner inner peace in outer piece. I i consider myself What i call a daily taoist. So i try to practice. Taoism for me. Taoism is basically what saved my life relatively low or in the last five years basically saved my life Because i was similar to you going down a dark path around twenty seventeen and It all it..

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"alah" Discussed on Konfus

Konfus

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"alah" Discussed on Konfus

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"alah" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

The 2 Robbies

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"alah" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

"The final police missing piece chaussee when i was to be the michigan case month just united and he brings robert mentality that some people are saying who could effect on. Some of the plays could hold greenwood bar. I don't get it. I see cristiano. Ronaldo who's come in ludi to alex ferguson. Took about what is named soon was gonna play around mason. Green wouldn't go. You're my friend are going to be the best english draw during the league. I'm going to work with you. I'm going to show you you're gonna watch me. You're gonna follow me. I'm gonna teach you how to become professional incentive food. I just don't see any negatives it can come out as a month from from manchester united. Probably the biggest one. I if i to say will be. Is this manager. Good enough to handle what is now in front of and that's a question we've been asking for the last eighteen months with the monitor. i think. Just just okay so in the first part for and of course i agree with that. I really strongly agree with the mentality. Rob and so much like it doesn't matter what he's won before as as a team player was an individual. His insatiable drive to win is is extraordinary. And you know everybody's got their opinions about messier manado. I mean there's been no the player on the planet. The as this is driven on as motivated to wayne as him and you add into that some of the stuff he said about focus on. I've read even mole this last couple of weeks when he signed for the club and and us relics ferguson did fame. i mean. There's a really really strong respectfully between those which drive it on. Even more the excitement the fans will get royal and we know ton of money and finds that the that life in excited beyond belief the moment so basically copy on someone else's sick and like his sons so the so the smiling all the time the feelgood factor around old trafford is going to go through the roof in terms of his performances. Robin is numbers. i have got a a a slight doubt the the premier league's level defensively shape. Wise mindset. Alah teams might make a little harder than people listen. I'm not saying he's not going to score. You say no no. No because his numbers are ridiculous. I just i just. I often little doubt he'll get him school. Quite as many as everybody thinks it might be a little bit tougher than most expect for him to get the big number of goals is. What's he gonna thirty five games. Three games forty go thirty five games. They're not gonna play all of them. Rugs play what thirty primarily maybe ish wanting to fifteen goes free-kicks penalties could be on penalties. Wanna penalties intrigue. Kate i listen is going to just say the question about robin and and you pointed any tamale point but i would i would. I would argue about twelve months to patrick. bamford Been a championship play for the primary elite school. Seventeen goals last season Walk teams championship player. Disguise bit Them and i know you develop the premier league in the speed back to defend goes in itchy scotch cooled sixty goals in spain. Yes uninspiring different levels in may maybe Skies as it's it's not. It's not like a championship kid who we think in. What he is playing them primarily knows it goes in the national goes for fun. I just listened. I'm not saying he's gonna get thirty goes into primarily vote the if he plays enough games in given the opportunities he will be fifteen to twenty goals so much tonight. I'm just trying to think of an overrun. The number of black the the I think eighteen goes over or under primarily. Goes you give me games. I got to know the games. I've gotta cash. it's not. I'm hitting it right now right now. I'm thinking under under a few. I mean go play thirty. Two games playing for much more than season free kicks. I think he got. He can get twenty goals when all right though. Say all right nick. Next way fits into the team because everybody's fascinated about how he added. What else gonna play. So he's gonna win you position while i was in place in short. Yep yep play center forward threats what what does that mean to. Everybody else was play mason. Greenwood that we have. I mean particularly may have done so far potentially do how much first of all agree. But how much could it. Inhibit his development Those coaches people think. Because i think this kids childhood will speak for itself. I think he mason greenwood might get pushed wider in on a number of occasions which still can continue Trade might actually be Take away the bit of physicality from him that people can get taught to him installing play money central gangs when he will play when manalo maybe sauce on the banks. You became champions league. Sydney games at he'll still get nose is still think. Maxine greene was play a healthy number of games. I think more event just Jaden sancho once he gets up to speed. We'll play more watt position. I think greenwood will play. And i think in molins wrap up for me might be mockus. Rochford mocha's restaurant. I not be may not be. A money's fit to store in much best eleven. Well that's that's what's interesting. So if we're gonna say ronaldo number and this is the best team if yet you know on the subway thinking wide right with masonry moves left for coming in and that's probably going to be his position for a little while. Yeah wide roy booth so white left which has been by the way is paying Russia is been maciel is being a jaded sun. Show and it's been pct ryan which will get to who's going to the left side jaden sancho when just right wounded million okay so she sancho left brune offenders number ten it makes agreement is is the right side of placing greenwood stroke. Mark is restaurant. I think that's gonna be a bit of helpful. Okay on one so poor pauper. You are now committing to central midfield position yet in in their best team you trust him to play alongside either fred ormoc tahmina to win this permanent title. We can we. Can you trust him to do those front. so it has played. Yeah yeah it doesn't pay managed. He hasn't been played. There are rob gonna it's we the signing of anadolu changes all dynamic rub on quite rightly so there were times when i believe much do not can go more foals v. three high from one side sunshine a possibly left high greenwood in raf inside cristiano. Ronaldo i'm thinking what month chest united have good possession against twelve to fool to in the league teams vacant cop one holding with popa andrian. Fernandez is three. He hasn't played a three row buzzing. I'm not just know that is one hundred dollars zero. So i'm saying things mind have to change. He might have to look at real money. Just call just be still what each system based and the new place. And you don't adapt to those thomas. 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"alah" Discussed on "You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch

"You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"alah" Discussed on "You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch

"What you know what fill in the blank there. So many things that need to stop that's going to free up tons of time and energy then the second is what we need to initiate. Okay if we're going to make the school happened. There's gonna be a few things that we start doing anything. You initiate takes way more energy than than Just maintaining and so you wanna look at those things and say how do we minimize the things that we need to initiate. What are the one or two. We need to initiate. They're gonna take a lot of time and energy to get off the ground. So what are we stop. Now we've got time for. What do we initiate the third is. What do we need to maximize. Are there one or two things that we're currently doing that. We can make teeny tiny tweaks to that will help us accomplish this and in the fourth and this one. Oh my gosh organization struggle with this. What do we need to maintain in other words. What is good enough for right now and you actually want to identify all of those things so that your organization and the people in your organization have permission to not mess with those things. They have permission to be like good. Enough is good enough in this area for now what what tends to happen is we add one thing and then we find five other things that need to improve as a result of it and so this gives them the freedom to go. Hey that's off the table. We're not even looking at right so i like that. I've always focused. When i work with companies as well starting with well. What results are we looking to get. And what are we doing. What are the actions because actions caused results. And then you can start whittling through those two what i like about that. Framework is what doesn't align anymore with where we're going. Are we just doing it. Because we've always done it What do we have to double down on. What can we leave alone. I i really like that framework to help because it does well. Let's go back to even the initial part of the example. When someone told you ten goals is your is your recommendation. You should focus on five or take your three in an align your resources your to your to Diluted yes absolutely the the research. So this was reported i at first time i saw was in four disciplines of execution. But what they talk about is if you have ten or more goals i believe it's you have a five percent chance of accomplishing any of them. If you have four to ten goals. I think it's twenty percent chance of accomplishing any of those. But if you have three or less goals you have a ninety five percent chance of accomplishing those right. So either you know. Get rid of some of those goals and say these are the these are the top three. Don't don't do what most organizations do say. How do we combine these ten goals into really complex compound says and that's not what we're talking about. It's really begin to say what would you rather do. Would you rather have a ninety five percent chance of achieving three goals and the next year you reach out more or do you want to have a right or do you want to have a five percent chance of accomplishing fifteen goals and getting to the end of the year being like then we spent a lot of energy and we have nothing to show for it. Well yeah and. I've also seen where people have goals or priorities alah assigned to the wrong people. Write those ten goals. Maybe those really are three goals for three departments or for you know two goals for five different departments. And if you just didn't have everybody wasting their time to your point in meetings. I'm sure there's tons of times where people are sitting there going. This has nothing to do with me or my department..

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"alah" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"alah" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Will mean something bigger in the long run. I really do. I'm really hoping so another. There are some people that were just never gonna reach never wanna region. I have to just be okay with that. They're going to be some people that are just determined. Suggest have the things that they have and not see further than that. And that's fine. That's fine you can't you can't say everybody. Essentially you know. But i do hope that the vast majority of us are able to walk through this in all of its paid in a guinness income. Alah better understanding as people all right. Well they continue on in this conversation. Tiffany and claire to talk a little bit more about the game and in particular. That claire is going to campaign against xavier. I believe tiffany In fact there's extra reason to believe tiffany later in the night. When she says she would love for clara to succeed in her campaign Because again she can't be responsible or taking xavier out but if anna aasa island decided they wanted to do that very these so they talk a lot about xavier how he needs to go and different things that players going to use campaign against executor during this conversation during all the crying First of all there was a funny moment where tiffany was like Talking about how how strong their is and how wonderful she is. The queen from queens. Can i tell you. I live in manhattan. Like not that. Not the borough switched. Wow she's like. Can i tell you something. I'm not really twenty. Two is funny but at one point during this as their sobbing in each other's arms Oslo waltzes up. Hey and she slowly closes the door and she walks away.

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"alah" Discussed on The Divine I AM

The Divine I AM

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"alah" Discussed on The Divine I AM

"You really are and the light that shines within you all the time so i would. I'm feeling is that as you're preparing for this interview it can be easy. I don't know what the interviews forum assuming it's for a job. And i think that a really important message coming through this is for you to tap into what is true and authentic for you and you and use this as an opportunity to learn confidence because it's not about them judging you it's about you shining your light and i know it's for us sometimes to to recognize that in the face of win. We're we're feeling like we're we're about to be judged and i want to just remind you that you can be free of and you can. You can operate from a place of self actualization and empowerment. I used that word empowerment. Alah it begins to feel little overused. So i hesitate to use it but the reason it gets used a lot because it's such a potent word. Be empowered don't portray yourself be authentically you and more than that no that no matter what the outcome of this interview is. It's going to be correct for you. So you tap into your light and you let that light shine and the schizophrenia. Card is poorly named. It shouldn't really be called schizophrenia. It's more like you know serving two masters or being stuck in the middle and this is a card. there's a figure at the top who's like hanging between two. Sorta cliffs in their feet are on one side in their hands on the other and they're hanging there and it's this idea you can't really you is long as you're trying to serve two different Things that you care about or two different truths or two different. I mean in the bible. It's the metaphors masters. But you will never really be able to fully do do one. Wow so this is really symbolic of like when we're when we feel caught between what we want and someone else what someone else wants or what we want and what the world is telling us or what we feel guided toward an feel like is really our purpose but all the practical people say that you can't do that. Luo tracy said that's wild She says yes a job. And i need confidence. And then she did say i'm stuck in the middle The yeah so here's the only way out of being stuck in the middle. Is that you you you. If you're stuck in the middle of two different sides in your kind of light stuck in between them then you have to claim claim that you don't want that anymore but if it's that you're stuck in the middle between one choice and another then you have to make choice and go in one direction or the other it doesn't. You can't really make a wrong choice. Even though you might think you can. So i hope that was helpful. Thank you tracy for being here and please totally australia. I hope that helps you strong. Good night good. Luck honey I want to circle back in the clubhouse and see if robert's here robert are you there robert.

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"alah" Discussed on Eu tava la

Eu tava la

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"alah" Discussed on Eu tava la

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"alah" Discussed on Eu tava la

Eu tava la

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"alah" Discussed on Eu tava la

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"alah" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"alah" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"That's what that's what it's all about looks very interesting. I mean there is the reinhard tech as well which kind do almost like a double jump with your fault. But i guess before interesting. Not how many people actually be able to do this. Because like i said it's a split second and then the ability but very interesting. Tech for over watch specially for macree. Even chris been nerve. And that's unfortunate as always macri has been nerve as long as with other law. Alah hit scans so intensely far and echo or one of the two best. Gps right now. Maybe kenji was gonna come back into play. There's a lot of other ones gonna come back into place so i guess that it's gonna be a quick little role even even when you get hit by junk resting you can do quickly role and then you're up to another playing field. It's just so funny because if you actually master this you'll confuse a lot of people like how'd you get up here type of a thing all right moving onto cyberpunk twenty seventy seven. It looks like it's convention gun bring out. Its biggest day to date with more to come. Which basically would lead to believe that. It's actually going to be the free deal. Sees that are gonna come with it and the latest patch came out last month and supposedly fixed a issues as well. But we'll see what actually this comes about in cyberpunk twenty seventy seven didn't really have the smoothest of launches and it took six months for them to say that it's back to where it should be or would it should have been when it launched so we'll see how well it actually does or if it doesn't but this is where we're at you can actually play it. I guess functionally maybe not in the ps four right now still hold off for maybe a year or so and then eventually get that one but this is where at on pc. You're more than likely fine with it. So.

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"alah" Discussed on Was jetzt?

Was jetzt?

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"alah" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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"alah" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

Talentos para o Sucesso

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"alah" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

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"alah" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"alah" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"alah" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"alah" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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Interview with Jessica Pimentel

The Wisdom Podcast

08:21 min | 2 years ago

Interview with Jessica Pimentel

"Think we should start this bitten style properly by first correcting our motivation why we're here today together knowing that there is immense suffering in the world the knowing that here we're here for each other we're going to help each other get through this. Yeah. She changes in metal trump GW engine, and again bobby some Ashington meter Gordy grundell action ladder barsial. Edema Guru anomalous local. Sanga chewed on. So Joel Non, much android Doniger. Like aging yogi personality from our patients under partial song on. So Casual Moma. Jonjo dynamic usage legitimate soga pursuing on your Partial Dunga Judo's Okay Joan Lama Jonjo it tunnicliffe search. Digital Kepa Solanki. Alah Pension Asanga group. Wow very nice. Is that particular Chin from from your teacher? Is that from? Yeah. That's more melodic tune. Sometimes, we do chanting just very straightforward but I figured I'd do the Little Nicer version for for the rookies out there that may have never heard it. Might enjoy. Doing maybe we start with just a little bit about the meany of starting with like like Mandela for you did this John and you tell us a little bit about that because I'm sure as out there that that very interested in what you're doing with your hands. Right. So it's symbolizing the world you make the world you're purifying the world it a perfect place and you're setting up here. That's four continents floor directions in the mountain meadow the highest mountain, and there you envisioned a perfect pure realm and menu, fill it up with incense and flowers, and every offering that you can think of everything that has ever made you happy you kind of you offer it up to your teachers good Dharma Sanga and also your you know your afflictions things that may be bring you pain suffering you just offer it up, give it away, purify it all in making making everything. The way it should be. Wow. So you're really using your mind in that practice. Of course, you're saying something we'd be voice in you've got your body. You're also really using your mind when you're saying those brands with that digitalization. So absolutely, and I think you know one of the most beautiful offerings I've ever heard was an ocean of flowers you. You could never afford that many. But when you're doing this practice, you can offer things that you don't have. You can walk by you know. The diamond district offer all the jewelry there. Every beautiful thing you've ever seen things that you wanted for yourself that maybe you can't afford at least you can put it in that digitalization offered up to all beings you know in beings. And Use It as a as a release that have been attachment. Fantastic you're using your imagination. You don't necessarily have to own object your for. Only objects that you don't exist that Don exists are objects that are intangible. I can offer the laughter of your children or something like that. So it can really go go wild with your imagination as to what you think are the most beautiful things Yup I think in this case, going wild with your imagination is encouraged, right? Yes. You should. You should absolutely because it it's essential as you as you go on in practice to be able to develop your imagination because you'll you'll have to find yourself. Putting yourself in situations where your imagination is what's going to bring it to the next level of your practice I'm imagining that will imagining didn't mean to years that would I'm imagining? We'll be coming back to this would imagination out quite a bit. Did The Sun Creek you tell us what that is all about going for refuge is a Buddhist yield. You're going for refuge to the Buddha, Dharma, on the song the good is. Being all beings? Dharma. The teachings, the truth with the on Songa the collection, not just monks nuns but everyone around you that is going to help you achieve this goal. By the goodness of the deeds that I do and giving in the rest meaning to six projections of. Giving and morality patients, concentration wisdom giving morality patients, ethics, concentration, and wisdom of by practicing these things. May I become a Buddha not just for myself but for the sake of all living beings South intention. Yes. So Is Interesting. So Buddha dominance sauna. So you know for you before the acting career before the music business which will get to there was Buddhism right that came Beckham before the acting I think and I was wondering you grew up. Christian MRI. And I was wondering growing up Christian what was it that? How'd you end up Madonna breakage what drew you to the Buddha? Question. Is. It still boggles now it doesn't Boggle I. Am very lucky I grew up in a loving Christian household. So wasn't one of those you know fire Brimstone type situations might my grandmother was wonderful Christian? My my aunt is a is A. Wonderful Wonderful Beautiful Lady she is what it sounds like. You know it all intents and purposes and I have many wonderful Christian friends and family that that are amazing. But for me I felt like there was a point in my life maybe was a certain age of coming to being where certain things just didn't make sense to me anymore or or I. Felt that I was being drawn in another way and I wasn't sure what that way was. It wasn't a rejection of something but more a seeking more something else something that that just was sort of calling to say. So I. Couldn't quite out what it was and I remember my mother had this shelves. Books From College. There's one book in Religions of the World Textbook as a as a good place to start as any. and. So it's just kind of like starting through going through all the religions of the world literally starting with animism and and native American religions which brought me back to thinking of my own heritage and things that we learned from our grandmothers are on tees than you know, herbs and prayers that are not in any books or dances, or you know traditions, words that that are that I. Thought were Spanish that are not for example, and I started going to college and learning about that learning about old medicine learning about all different not just my try all the tribes of the Americas and I really was a great and still is a great experience. Great part of my life of the day I was still kept feeling that there was more and in my thirteen fourteen. So. I started going to hardcore shows New York hardcore scene, and there was a big Christian of consciousness movement bands like WanNa wait and shelter and and Chroma is and bad brains singing about this other esoteric type things and and you know the Christian of monks were always there hanging out singing hotter Krishnan and handing out food and stuff. So of course, I was checking it out and and there are some things that kind of you know paying some interest for me but then again, it was a lot of. Things that weren't also clicking. So know go back to the book the Book of the word yet it again. kind of thumbing through it and I see Dow is and I'm like reading through it. It's very logical. It's straightforward. There is no puppet masters like. Extra beings, there's no like get off the pay money you don't have. There's no strings attached. 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Are you making it hard for your customers to spend more money?

The $100 MBA Show

05:52 min | 2 years ago

Are you making it hard for your customers to spend more money?

"Customers that have already paid you money or the most likely people to pay you again more than new customers. Actually they are ready have gotten something of value from you. They can trust you they're going to want more so if you can offer more. To make it easy for them to buy the relationship with your customer is a value exchange you are giving them value. They're happy with that value and therefore they pay you money. If it's a win, they're gonNA WANNA do it again. So what I want you to do spend some time this week to take a look at the process from a customer's point of view of coming to your website, coming to your business and trying to make another purchase whether you're e commerce store whether you're a SAS business whether you're buying an online course do they have to? Go through hoops I want you to actually do it. I. Want you actually pretend you're current customer and even if it means you buying your own product, go through the checkout process, you might want to you know give yourself a coupon code to get You know one hundred percent off. But the point here is that you want to check out as a customer go through that process and then go ahead and try to buy again. Do they have to do the same things over the enter the credit card information all over again they're billing information their preferences. Their sizes if you're ordering for close if it's a service, do they need to fill out the entry form or the on boarding form all over again anything a customer does once they should not have to do over and over again you wanNA simplify and streamline this process. In fact, you want to be so easy to use that need to do is click on a button on an email you send them say hey, I have this offer click on this bun they look at that page they click a one bun and they check out this makes it Very, simple if you have a site that is membership base, basically they log in with their credentials. So inside everything is secure and on the back end, you can charge them automatically because you've charged them. Already we wanted to do is compare your business, your website, your whole process to a business you really love doing business with as a customer, right so if you love buying things off, Amazon than take a look at what the steps are as a returning customer, you like buying eyeglasses from worry Parker same thing personally I shop around the APP Sumo Alah. New, startup kind of products and I come back again and again what I love about that process is I save time I just signed into my account. It's very simple to buy a new product and I can see all my old products in my account easily. So I can kind of see an access. So some of those things I've done in the past. Now this is someone who willfully coming back to your site to buy something, but if they're. Already or they have an account or your software company and they're inside their account are you making it easy for them to understand what they're missing out on you need to make sure they understand that there are other things they can spend their money on some people want to spend money. A lot of people wanna buy things that's going to benefit them. But if you're not making it easy for them to see the value offer, then you're just not gonNA get the sale for example, if somebody hits a certain tier in. Your Business are they warned are they told to upgrade at the time? So they can get more benefits that they can not be held back. I've seen this with coaching where People Do Group coaching the do maybe to webinars a month, the email, the people that attend both webinars and say, Hey, this is awesome that you're you're joining the Group Coaching we have dedicated coaching and a private facebook group. You could be a part of if you move up and tear in the coaching program people that use your products and services. Want more. These are the people you need to sell to not the people that are dormant people that have been using your product or service. These people are sold they're getting a benefit and they will pay for more. So you have to actively expose your customers to what they're missing and how they can pay you more money how thick can get more from you and get more value. You have to be proactive and not reactionary a lot of people. They only send out a, you know a campaign on email once A. Month telling about their sales or maybe telling about a promotion they're doing and they just hope people will upgrade at that time. Maybe see that email at that time maybe they're busy maybe they're they're not really add up to date on their inbox as somebody else handles your inbox versus actually reaching out based on actions actually sending them a message inside their account. Some people even do this with customer support they reach out to customers the email support or child support frequently, and they say, Hey, I noticed that you utilize support what. Would you like to get premium support for ten dollars extra a month. This means that you'll have a lower wait time and maybe like twenty four, seven support whatever that program support includes. The point here is that they are utilizing the fact that they like this action they like doing this they're utilizing this part of your service and they'll probably GonNa want something more than a utilize their liking that for example, I love Youtube I watch you two more than I, watch any other medium. So when Youtube? Noticed that I watch a lot of youtube they promoted to me. They sent me an email. They also sent me a little message on the APP Why don't you upgrade to a youtube premium and you'll never have to see ads you get exclusive content you get access to music to me who is a no brainer yeah, this awesome I don't. WanNa see ads more youtube I watched enough you to for this to be worth it, and therefore they got money from me. You might be saying, well, you were not a customer yet I was by watching ads high was making the money but I make more money with youtube premium

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A Tapeworm Called Reggie

The Box Of Oddities

12:00 min | 3 years ago

A Tapeworm Called Reggie

"Ren Door is a Lobsterman. And he was ren indoor ren door all his last name is door. Okay because ren door sounds like a jet I name oh I thought it sounded like a meat process that too yeah anyway so ren door had just set a triple three lobster traps attached by a single line. Don't know what that means. Just because I'm from Maine doesn't mean I fish for things And he saw something in the water the he did not expect. He was five miles off mainland Harrington so H- Harrington's down on the coast. He was five miles off the coast as we say in Maine Rain Down East. Yeah sure. Let's Downey step up and gazed out into the water as fishermen do and what did he see a young deer in the water. The water. How far out five miles what? Yeah a deer. That's that's almost international waters. So was it a spy dear. What Oh you think? He was sent here. Maybe he was swimming toward the shore. He was hid swear swam. I'm from some hostile nation. You think so. Maybe he was just getting closer and we and we grabbed him before he got here. Maybe that's it dear. You're spying activities. Ran On the other hand had a different thought. He thought I'm sure he'd been going from island to island or shore to an island and he couldn't see or got caught in the current or something had happened. He was just going with the flow. He wasn't trying to swim or fight with it. He was just kind of floating. And I'm sure I mean he must have been exhausted He was floating away from the shore out into the open in ocean. And I mean he he must have been out there for hours and hours will. Yeah an hour's five miles from the mainland even if he was island hopping right. That's incredible so the fishermen decided. Obviously they had to snag this dear so they hauled the buck walk into the boat and they saved him. He weighed about one hundred pounds. And there's a picture of him on the back of the fishing boat and they said okay where is it. He laid right down like a dog. He was beat out shaking shivering. I'm sure he was froze. That says November number in the ocean off main so Downey's he laid right down there late down all juries pretty much froze. Britain here looked out over the water and I saw him out there. You just lurking so anyway that dear I love him. That's fantastic. Is that just kind of a little bonus thing that you Through in this episode. Oh I just saw it and I was telling you about but that's not your topic to now. What is is your topic? Oh don't you want to just fawn over the deer and no. I think the buck stops here. Oh aw I just. I'm sorry I get distracted with you looking at me I'll do I You go first though I can do that. Sure and the deer stories nice too because this is this is going to blow right by and you're going to be like wow. That was short for it. But I'll be like Oh but dear story and you're GonNa like Oh that'll make up for it. Sure did work on tobacco that arms. Well even wrote a jingle for it. Yeah that is beautiful and get gross all right so I found a little tidbit the other day. Hey which are my favorite things little tidbits and you can go like hey. Did you know Blood Alah and people go no wet and then you're so that's a tidbit for you and I found it tidbit and I was like I have to learn more about this magic magic being disgusting worms. Okay so flat worms. They are the most simple type of worm and there are about hold onto your butts twenty thousand species of flat worms. The idea that you you introduce the topic of flat worms and then insist we hold onto our butts. That was their pen worms. Sorry Yep so. There are free living types of flat worms which do not live off a host big? Thanks by the way for Dominique for gathering much of this information for me free living types of flat worms can be found in freshwater marine or damp terrestrial environments and most flat worms are free living however some are of heroin. Flame they are ribbon shaped and are flattened. Dorsey eventually not sure I've said that right. There are four major classes of flat worms they have names and roughly eighty percent of all flat. Worms are of the parasitic nick. Type flat worms are grows. That's a little jingle. I just made up. I like it very much like we did at the end where you made it like Well yeah very creamy. The plane Arians live. In freshwater PL- Americans are Hermaphroditic Hermaphrodite Sounds right. They're both Yup and it has a simple brain a nervous system aero like head and two is spots so these dudes have the ability to regenerate. So they're hacked up. They can be like nope new parts new party can't stop me. Can't stop won't stop like the type of Salamander that can regenerate its tail. Yeah that's fascinating. It's also terrifying. But it's something that could lead us to you. Learn about a lot of things. The thing is like they're amazing. Creatures all over the place that can do amazing things and I think it's really neat that we can learn from them mm-hmm however I also don't think we should test on them so I'm torn there even flat worms now don't even the hermaphroditic ones that's implying lying that having both parts makes you less worthy of Noam not playing that at all. I'm just implying worms And I wanted to say hermaphroditic it is. It's fun to say so these guys are scavengers generally or carnivores and they're they're pretty harmless really. They'll they'll just snack on whatever's about but they're not gonNA cling to you and make you their meal most often. Let's talk about everyone's favorite flat worm the tapeworm form. That's not one of mine at all. The tapeworm can get into a person's digestive tract and grow to enormous lengths adult tapeworms can measure more than eighty feet long. That's twenty five meters and they can live as long as thirty years in a host. No no way. That's horrifying beyond all expectations. Recent story about a man from India detailed how he had a six foot tapeworm removed from his innards. And I was okay during most of the the reading about this until they described it. They they used forceps pulled it out of his mouth home Oh Gross I heard a story one time of somebody who had a I don't know how long the tapeworm was but it came out when they were taking a bath. Oh they were just sitting there and they looked down in like this worm was coming out of there but into the TUB. I mean it cutting out is good. Yeah but that bathwater done charm to throw out the tapeworm with the bath. Water do make. How do you make sure the rest of it comes out and it doesn't go back? I don't know you grab it. Are you grab it. I would be tempted to but wh what do you do. I know that like when I was a kid and we would catch earthworms to go fishing. They would you know they'd be out of the whole little bit and you just pinched the worm in the wormwood come out because it needed air or something I don't know would come out anyway. Why would you pinch it? Yeah you just pinched the worm and it would come out of the whole it will. It won't stay underground being pinched. Why I don't know but that's doesn't make any sense you'd think you'd WanNa go back in the whole right but it doesn't work that way with earthworms worms for whatever reason you pinch them and they come out of the whole? Is it the same with where AM I. Don't know I'm I'm putting Griffin's important in this kind of situation as you want together as much information as we can yeah. I don't know if you pinch but worms if they'll come out or not into your tub water this I don't know yet but I think we need to Fundus into study. I bet there's someone listening. Who knows Oh you know there is? There's somebody who has a tub worm degree and will let us know thank you some tapeworms form's attached themselves to the walls of the intestines where they cause irritation or inflammation Sometimes they might just pass through you and and an toodle out And your tub or whatever the thing is like the the tapeworm can get dangerous as it grows and consumes assumes more and more of the host's resources I would think that if there's anything eighty feet long living in urine tests could be dangerous. I don't know that there. There have ever been any Records or recorded instances of eighty foot long tapeworms inside of people But but yeah. I'm curious now and I'm shocked that I didn't look it up. What is the longest tapeworm? That's come out of a person. I found this on the web route. Six feet. Okay Yeah Yeah that's gross that's enough Taller than I am big enough. So the tapeworm has hooks folks and suckers on their head and they use them to attach to the intestinal wall and They they they can travel to other parts of the bodies still being attached to the intestines because the length that they can grow to. So they'll they'll kind of like keep their one hand end on the home base tree tag. was that what I was going for. I don't know hands on base right. They're staying safe in the old innards but awesome another parasitic form of flat. Worm is the fluke and they are characterized by a well-developed digestive system system with a mouth at the interior and one or more suckers surrounding mouth and suckers are generally kept to. It's like I said they are used mostly to keep themselves attached to the to the host. They're not retrieving fluids necessarily through those little title right. Now that's that's they do that through their their mouth at the anterior And that's Yup okay though sometimes With the Fluke They can end up being affected by Chernobyl. And they end up in a sewer. You're and then a longshoreman. fines a half eaten corpse in a sewer system and they have to report that to the FBI and then the FBI comes out out to investigate and they find the fluke man hybrid and You

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Supplements Are Not Integral to Muscle Building

20 Minute Fitness

04:02 min | 3 years ago

Supplements Are Not Integral to Muscle Building

"We kick start this episode. I do want to say that supplements on not integral to Muscle Alah building is not compulsory to be smashing protein. Powders and as in order to build muscle supplements are exactly what they say in the name. They should be Supplementary or additional to a regular balanced diet when you're thinking about muscle building you need to remember the core principles of gaining muscles lion being a calorie surplus so you're taking more energy than you're spending your seen each be training. Your muscles are putting them on the attention on those trading and causes the muscles to get micro tears in the muscle fibers and then when you let the muscle repair a cellular proce occurs whereby muscle fibers fused together to form a new proteins. Rondo my fibrils WPRO Margaret rose increase in thickness and number to create muscle hypertrophy or muscle grave very oversimplified version of. What exactly is going on? And because I wanted to specifically focus on supplementation overseas well you all know that you need to progressively overload your muscles trading so this is increasing the weights or resistance is over time as well as the the volume. You could do instead every week or the rest time. In between different sets for example so supplementation does not come into any any of these core principles however obviously I mentioned that the stars you do need to have a balanced diet and that means you need begetting. Adequate protein as protein is is made up pollino acids which are the building blocks for muscle growth and you need to be getting enough. Protein to achieve protein synthesis to prison. Thesis is a naturally Klay carrying process in which protein is produced to repent muscle damage caused by intense exercise. And this is where all supplements obviously come into play. Many people are very busy sometimes to understand that they need adequate levels of each different macronutrients into their body and yeah shoveling for time in so consuming a protein shake obviously made by one of the big supplement. Companies would be my approach to nutrition. They tried to make it as convenient quick possible to help you. Hit adequate protein level spy providing protein shakes which can be made to own meal and they usually contain around twenty grams of protein per shake and according to Doug Putting Jones soon who has a PhD in his and professor of nutrition and metabolism at the University of Texas Medical Branch. Skeletal Muscle Protein. Synthesis is maximized by I twenty five to thirty five grams of protein during a meal. So if you get in that twenty gums from a protein shake medal of maybe in thirty grams the milk you have your obviously getting the maximum. Absorption of protein into the muscles for growth underpass. Now there are loads of other supplements. I weren't guarantee today from pre workouts which contain ingredients such it just be to alanine which is an acid increases. The levels of Kon Zien in your muscle was on. This is key when it comes to controlling muscle fatigue so you can trayful longer and get more volume in your workouts putting your Muslim. The more strache honesty aiming for progressive load there's also as or branched chain amino acids and what's the most important of these is Lucienne. This activator certain Paul Way in the body that actually stimulates the process of muscle protein synthesis however no other way protein does contain all this angelino acids needed to build muscle. So you don't necessarily need amino acids as supplements as well as away protein on as I said there are many other supplements delve into today. We might look at at in later on episodes which is blue to me and then creating but the main point I wanted to crawl slots the Most commonly supplement such as way protein or other Persian supplements on not essential to Muslim Persian decision to building muscle. Best if you recognize you. Struggle to get an adequate levels of protein than supplementation could be the way to go to enjoy O.. Hitting your daily macro goals. Hopefully that was very insightful. For you learned a lot are now you can stand. You don't need spending hundreds of dollars a month on a different supplements

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Elton John biopic 'Rocketman' to premiere at Cannes

The Frame

06:35 min | 4 years ago

Elton John biopic 'Rocketman' to premiere at Cannes

"Depending on where you're watching TV. You can get a very different picture of what it means to be a Muslim, especially a Muslim American. Fox News recently suspended host Janine Pirro. For her comments challenging the patriotism of Muslim congresswoman Ilhan, Omar Brian Kilmeade, a host of FOX and friends also questioned Omar's loyalty, but on other networks, depictions of Muslims have been becoming a lot fairer and more nuanced. And in some cases, their faith is used for comedy, which is a lot different than ridicule. A few years ago, author and religious studies scholar resum s lawn came on the frame, and he talked about why that evolution was important. I feel like as a Muslim in ECE middle easterners. We will never be a part of American culture until people start making fun of us on television. And so I am desperate for the day in which we finally have like a Muslim all in the family. Really? So where do things stand? Now. The rain Ali is the TV critic at the LA times. And when she came into our studio this morning, she cited the Hulu series Rami starring Rami Yousef as an example of a show that humanizes it's Muslim characters and lets you laugh at and with them. Oh, it's fantastic. It's such a breakthrough show in many ways, you know, half hour comedy, you know, lead character is a practicing Muslim, but also millennial growing up in New Jersey about all these things you never think that you would see Muslims paired up with it's like sex sex more sex, stating really edgy comedy. But also with you know, practicing Muslim. So there's themes inside the mosque there's themes during Ramadan. And it's it's hysterical. Let's talk about Ramadan. He talked about how his stand up comedy translated into this series. Here's rob a use of when he was talking with us. Not that long ago. I was fasten during Ramadan doing standup. I start talking about it. And I'm like, yeah. You know, I believe in God and us feel the room go what like. 'cause you know, most comedians punchline like, you know. Yeah. Then we go to church right church is like a joke. You know? And so I would be like that's not my reality. And and very quickly. I realized just talking about my reality made the crowd kind of turn their head like, oh, that's what's real to you. And so that became clear to me that, you know, all I really had to do is just talk about that stuff. Right. And all those things are at odds with each other. And you would think, you know, maybe this is a little too specific. And it's like, no not at all. Just exactly what you said. It goes very wide by being kind of specific and those very areas, but it's also he's the son of immigrants. He's you know, his his friends are Muslim but their varying degrees of it. So it's really nice to see that too. It's not like, okay, I Muslim. So therefore, oh without means. You do all these things. It's like, actually, no it's just like being Catholic or Jewish or whatever it is. And he shows that beautifully and that gets to a bigger point you wrote about this about a month ago in the LA times before Rami premiered. And was about the various ways that Islam is depicted on television. And you wrote at the time, I'm quoting you. Now, never before have American viewers seen Muslims covered by the media with such a broad range of images and narratives as they have this month. Where would you say the patterns of negative depictions of Muslims fall? I think in scripted, you know, for the longest time it's been obviously the terrorists. But then as we got, you know, the wars in Iraq, and, you know, nine eleven we were in Afghanistan, we were kind of looking at Muslims just in terms of war. You know, either the women wailing over the body or the enemy in American sniper. And I think since then, you know, there's been an interest and understanding more. But oftentimes, even those good intentions don't quite work out the way, they're supposed to be now what we're seeing with these new members in the house representatives Rashida to leave Ilhan, Omar, you know, you're seeing that there's different. Creations of what Muslims are doing in public life. I know that sounds ridiculous. But really we've only seen like three or four different kinds through the media. So now, we're seeing, you know, people in government now we're seeing comedians in unfortunately with what happened in New Zealand. You're seeing very human reactions to you know, what had happened to everyday normal people. And you're seeing how the government there reacted to it. Look these are citizens they were under attack rod than than what's been going on here of the mistrust from the government towards Muslims. No. What I think it's a very important point that we all understand how we got here and how popular culture and TV and news contain JR. The way that we think and change the way that we think stereotypically, I think something that we're seeing is there are even kind of small characters or small moments in series where there is a different way of looking at this issue. I'm thinking about Matthew weiner's series, the Romanovs because fleetingly he did something that would have been expected. A couple of years ago. Right. I mean, he has a character in there who is kind of the help essentially she's like a made that's coming into help and an elderly woman. And you know, normally she kind of probably would have been aside character she wears job. She's practicing, but she essentially becomes a central character in this episode. And there's a love affair that happens. And there's an a really deep understanding between an older Parisian with kind of very set ideas of what it means to be French. But she's also kind of realizing we'll that's changing and she's doing it through this character who is Muslim. I've never seen anything like that before. And I thought it was pretty amazing. I mean in a series that wasn't that great any other kind of under the radar series right now that you think people should stop find it somehow and check it out also documentary called the judge, and it was out on PBS few months ago. And it really follows a woman who is Palestinian, and she is. Is the first female judge on sharia court of law into officials slumming clause profound Cuban have a woman president run country and women not allowed to drive in another. And if that sounds like what the it it. It really is. Because it brings you in not only to what sharia lot is. And what that looks like because it's a family lie. It's court. It's you know, divorces things like that. But it also kind of shows you woman maneuvering, very patriarchal system being the first of her kind, and she's like this power house. It's really interesting look at SRI Alah the Muslim world women in a slum. It's it's just kind of got everything all in one.

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The Giants Actually Won A Game

Jalen and Jacoby

02:23 min | 4 years ago

The Giants Actually Won A Game

"About the New York football giants. They actually won a game night. Football matchup against two powerhouses the giants and the forty Niners. Look pretty good about it around the pocket. Odell Beckham in the end zone Beckham had two touchdowns saquon Barkley look good look at this past there in the same. Twice in a row. Saw that one Jalen is there a little civil dark cloud. That is the giants season the silver lining is the person that ally shaking his hand. Nobody knows who it is Nick Mullins because the San Francisco forty Niners are not a good football team. They're not feel from my brother Richard Sherman. Having a play with this team this. This basically vying for top pig. The giants are talented group. Ofensive Lii in their perfect example of trying to build your squat through the skill players. Isn't probably the smartest way. Look dare division. If you were going to talk about who has the most talent just sheer touto question that USA giants have more than Philly, Washington and Dallas maybe combine. But why the last couple of seasons have all of those teams been better than them. Because he's not that good. The line is not that good the substance the lines, correct? And so for that. I'm not surprised clearly that Dale TD's saquon Barkley terrific sterling shepherd caught the game winning touchdown. But we know what's going to happen. Right. You know, it's gonna happen. Right. Cannot cannot break. Some news breaks news right now, what's gonna happen here. As a news happened bench. La. For the guy that ran over the cop. Big bench. Eli ran away just in want to do it. Because that guy had just gotten trouble have been playing attention for national media consumption. He's been in trouble with the law. Couple of times for some reason. We just don't talk about it. So I think later in this year sued they dream of Alah struggling he my stomach coming out of the tunnel. They bench. We know what's going to happen. This is last year allies last year in the National Football League. No, he's a man play as long as he wants to play in a different uniform next year. Yes, if he wants to play, well, I know a team that needs a quarterback Buffalo

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