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"alan jara" Discussed on Full Games - Charlando sobre videojuegos

Full Games - Charlando sobre videojuegos

07:59 min | 5 months ago

"alan jara" Discussed on Full Games - Charlando sobre videojuegos

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"alan jara" Discussed on Your Adrenal Fix With Dr Joel Rosen

Your Adrenal Fix With Dr Joel Rosen

08:06 min | 8 months ago

"alan jara" Discussed on Your Adrenal Fix With Dr Joel Rosen

"Because it was in costa rica. They gave me a list of things to do beforehand. So one of them was abreast ultrasound. So with that you can see if there's any leaking but sometimes you can't bats the thing i mean they if it's a massively leak sure but with gel implants gels sticks together so unless it's you know that she's really pressing hard and getting a really good photo of what's going on inside some of the time you can see some of the times you can't because i've known people who have had the ultrasound before and then they've taken out the implants and there's been a whole so you can't always trust those types of tests There's blood work. So there was a full up panel that i did beforehand. And what else do Ekg just kind of see. Make sure everything's good with you. But yeah those. Were the main test that i did beforehand and again if this is something that you're interested in you can go to that facebook group and then there's a list of different tasks that you can do for mold. You can do a ton of that blood work and stuff. But i don't know like. I just feel like sometimes that was. That was a mandatory thing. I had to do before surgery. That wasn't my determining factor to get surgery. But if you're at the stage where you're like still kind of skeptical and still are like i'm just not sure if it is that I would say start really just tracking your own progress and really just maybe. It's a journey of every single day. And your house. My mood house manning's. Id how am i feeling to. What did i eat. How'd it made me feel and just really taking like an audit on your day. Because you can tell you the best. And i and i mean i do believe in test but there's some things that you can just get carried away with and then you're seeing specialists every single day doing all of these different tests to just find out that maybe nothing's wrong because that's the things that some of these tests will tell you he's like everything's fine and then everyone looks at you like you've got five eyeballs right so i think just doing the test that you think are appropriate for you. Maybe a blood panel would be helpful for you and really just starting to meditate starting to really just look internal and just to really listen to your body and i know that can be kind of a weird thing for some people. Maybe if they've never done that before but really just just telling just keeping track of how you feel and then comparing it against you know month one month four or things getting worse you know and kind of base having a baseline off of great answer. I think that there's a goldilocks zone with anything. Like acquiring information not having enough acquiring too much information and as someone we know says speed of implementation is key right. So if you're doing too many die dacic or or this research on things. You don't actually get the process or the procedure done that. That's defeating the purpose. And i think going back to what you said with the frequency or the the wu a little bit about knowing that this doctor was for you you had that good sense you also probably correct me. If i'm wrong had the good sense that intuitively you knew like the breast implants need to come out like i could research to the cows come home but it's an. I can validate and make sure that this number would have been lower. If it was higher higher it was but you know it needs to come out so i think that's a great point however i i work with a lot of clients where not to say. You weren't suffering with a alan jara health challenge but we sometimes see the perfect storm. The the really been to fifteen different doctors spent fifty thousand dollars have so many different testing and and ultimately there are other physiological. Things that are going on in your body that created a a breast implant sickness. That would be ten times worse with all those other things that were going on too. So let me ask you this. As far as i'm curious to know do they have any recommendations michelle the doctor or the research or the facebook page which we do. Put this on my website. So i'll put the links to the facebook page as well as how to get in contact with you if people have questions if that's okay so but as far as do they have any recommendations as to Potential recovery strategies like nutrients supplements getting quicker. Better from when you don't when you actually have the prestige. I'm just curious to know about that. So they recommend. I don't know if you've heard of the medical medium guy he doesn't wanna the celery juice stuff i So they recommend a protocol egg. Every doctor is a bit different but just going based on this group. It's kind of where. I'm testing different stuff. And so i've now done a paleo diet. That's kind of the protocol that i'm following right now Just really sticking to the basics. Making sure that. I'm you know i don't have any sugar besides like fruit sugar And just trying to eat high protein diet with some sweet potatoes here and there So just really keeping it. Simple my gut. Because i still feel a lot of inflammation in my stomach especially could be. The painkillers could be the antibiotics that you're put on for a week after an. It's just kind of coming into my system now so you know really making sure. My fiber intake is higher that kind of thing so As far as diet and protocol goes. I think just really sticking to clean diet Making sure that you're super hydrated as much as you can and just not trying not to eat bad food. Eat fast food that kind of stuff because you know you're trying to detox. Her body heavy metals are a thing with implants. And so i'm still kind of exploring what that's going to look like but for the first month i'm really just using food as medicine until maybe next month. I'll look at some type of heavy metal detoxification stuff like that but really just trying to get all of those Antibiotics and everything out of my system at the moment. And that's great. I made no matter. Who does the procedure in iraq amend. There's always going to be core competencies that everyone should implement and that's obviously good mindset good surrounding good nutrition keeping it simple always really great things the other thing i would add as well as sort of the analogy of when people get their mercury amalgams pulled. I use the analogy of like a like a magnet where you have the two opposite ends. They repel each other. Still when you have mercury in your teeth and you get them taken out it kind of takes that opposing magnet out of the body so wherever wherever the outgassing of mercury got deposited another tissue over the years that you've done it kinda say oh we can come out and play a little bit. There's no nothing kind of keeping us. You know in suspension. And not coming out and i think it's true with brazil Illness and an x. Plant surgery is that gas heats up it creates vapors it creates Residues that get deposited now that that's out your body's naturally going to be in a position to dumb and removed you've alluded to however the challenges is if we don't have we been really sick for really long and we don't have the physiological reserves to deal with all of the dumping that would happen. And that's where again being able to customize some of your your path as and making sure that you have good be vitamin status or you're getting enough oxygen at the cellular level so that you're producing. Atp or your calming down your inflammatory pathways. A little bit better or you're supporting some of those detox pathways..

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"alan jara" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

Mala Wielka Firma

06:27 min | 8 months ago

"alan jara" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

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"alan jara" Discussed on Paradigm Shift Wrestling

Paradigm Shift Wrestling

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"alan jara" Discussed on Paradigm Shift Wrestling

"Joke not necessarily has to rings peyton has a ring and a half because the defense wanted those and if it wasn't for tampico he wouldn't his ass when even been there anyway here speaking truth so first before we break down who you think it win by how much whatever i question. I got forgotten of this game walk on. Mvp yep that's bullcrap The guy from buffalo jared allen. Jason j. was it the quarterback for balance alan jara. I third but how could it be josh. Hawley i get you. 'cause i like the guy but i don't know if he's been there long enough to have that clout rodgers has been so based on this year old rookie but the thing about it rogers and much as i don't like an errand but i think he's done he through life five interceptions all year so talked about it. All season erin was having on. Mvp level season one of his best seasons ever. He was definitely playing with a chip on his shoulder. he was too stiff on digs. Is the number one receiver. Nfl this year right. it's not like devante. Is a slouch and you know what. I'm getting era feasting on the bears twice minnesota's wise getting out of hand he's true gains but talking about super bowl losing. Vp tom brady. You're not screening checkmate. Right to be honest.

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"alan jara" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"alan jara" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"alan jara" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"alan jara" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

"Blaze car stafford. Are you a car. I would go cars well. Car cam core. I have cam wants higher. But i have no problem if somebody wants to buy car. Chargers allow the third. Most fantasy points to quarterbacks funny thing is seventh fewest yards per attempt they just they are in shootouts all the time they see the third most pass attempts per game. The nfl hoping for a lot of points in this game start. Josh jacobs nelson agholor. Mike well the best fourth quarter coach in the nfl. Right now dan dan. Dan quinn is the best fourth quarter coach head. I'd carol. I have no idea how to answer this question. Bill check. I mean the best blank coach invited you a lead right now and you said i want this coach to protect it. Who would it be talk. Yeah yeah they should just get anthony. Lynn for three quarters. Good luck. that's that's why would i so. Who's the second best wide receiver in. This game is a mike williams or someone else Take a chance on hunter renfrow again from the standpoint of they just moved their slot corner and he's has a pretty consistent track record of prior to last week three of his previous four games. Get at least six targets so i wouldn't be surprised if renfrew is another guinea. Yeah i would say Keenan alan jara norma's gap then under renfro small gap then mike williams for me williams ranked higher. Because it's more of the what the ceiling is because the ceiling for mike williams is better than hundred. But when jacques mia renfro is the best raiders receiver again and i do have williams retire on. I just the whole aga- lower thing and it. I could look silly this week. But i was skeptical of it last week and it was a wind game but i just need to see more before. I'm actually believing that nelson anglers number one wide receiver for an nfl team. Totally understandable start. Darren waller and.

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"alan jara" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast

Frequencia Urbana Podcast

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"alan jara" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast

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"alan jara" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"alan jara" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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"alan jara" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"alan jara" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Menstrual products as routinely available as those other bathroom Staples alley dramatic of member station, WB, you are in Boston reports. Hey, do you have tampon? We've all been there. Well, those of us who meant straight go into the bathroom scene. It's the start of your period, realizing you don't have a tampon or pad handy, that starts scramble, a run out to buy supplies or pestering friends for a spare or worse going without one. But soon if you're in the town of Brookline just outside Boston, you'll be look Sarah grocery got it all started last year. She wrote a column in her high school newspaper about the stigma around periods. Everyone had these strategies of how to hide their metro products like I remember I used to take dance classes at the. High school. And when I changed after dance classes, I would zip tampons into my boots, so that I wouldn't have to take them out during class to go to the bathroom inner peace grocery called for an end to period, shaming. It shouldn't be like a brave or like you know, sort of, like self-confident thing to be able to take tampon out of your backpack, and go to the bathroom, Rebecca stone, read the column, and even for the self described, feminist grocers description of period. Shaming wasn't eye opener, and of course, once you start seeing it, it becomes more and more obvious. What a fundamental issue. This is for gender, equity and for the dignity of women and female body individuals stones elected official in town. She got to work along with students on an effort, that would leave town vote to become what it says, is the first municipality to offer free tampons and pads all restrooms for anyone who needs them the town estimates. It will cost forty thousand dollars up front and about seventy five hundred dollars. A year going forward, but it's worth it. Stone says to end the stigma and the strain on those who have periods, you know, in the United States, girls, learn very early that this is their problem. And you are expected to be, discreet, and we do not impose this on others. Other communities are also taking action, but most of these laws have focused on areas of most need, like schools, prisons shelters, where people might not be able to afford tampons and pads, California, New York, Illinois have pets state laws requiring mental products in public schools. Sara grow stra student who sparked this conversation says it isn't just about having the tampon there when you need it, it's about an acknowledgement from your hometown, that periods happen by having the community or that community space provide for you, in that way illness sends a message of, like we understand that this is something that happens. And we want to be there for you, and provide this for you for going to have until twenty twenty one to stock it's roughly one hundred town bathrooms with menstrual products. So eventually, you won't need to hide that tampon in your boot for NPR news. I'm Alan JARA manning in Boston. In the new rom com, always be my maybe the romantic lead is dorky to living with his dad. The love interest is a famous woman who isn't too busy for men, and there's another wrong com trope, this movie breaks Asian Americans in steamy love scenes, and we'll get to that about four minutes in so take note for listeners, the movie takes place in San Francisco, where Sasha, TRAN and Marcus Kim, grow up become inseparable have sex for the first time with each other, and then stop talking until fifteen years later, high Marcus, I. Yeah, I saw. I. Hello. Hi. Was it? Alley. Wong? And Randall park are the leads in co writers, always be my maybe on net flicks. You may know Allie from her. Netflix comedy, special baby Cobra and Randall park from the TV series fresh off the boat at both of them. Join me now from our studios in New York. Thanks for being with us. So take me back a little bit, too, why you wanted to make this film, and what store you wanted to tell basically after baby Kover came out. There was a, a New Yorker profile on alley. And in the profile she just casually mentioned that she always wanted to do this project, that, that we had always been talking about kind of version of when Harry met Sally. And after that, there seemed to be a lot of interest for that script. But we didn't have as grit so we, we they got you into this as well. Yeah, for sure. Sure. Well, her, her genius, and the massive success of her of her special was the spark, a, you know, a lot of people have been itching, including myself have been itching to see Wendell park be the lead in a film. It's, it's long overdue. You know, if you look at rentals, I'm Devi page, it has like a hundred and fifty credits. It's ridiculous. And everybody knows him. From something because everything that he's guest starred in is he's just always shines. And just he's you look at someone like that, and you're kidding me. You're that handsome, your that charismatic your that pleasant to work with in your that talented wanna talk about me like that. Flushing? You know, it's, it's, it's, it's long overdue. Why is it long overdue? I mean, I guess what I'm asking is all those things being true. What have you seen the impediments being to having something like this happened before now? You know, it's, it's tough when you have to wait around for other people to write something for you because. Because there's no precedent for someone who looks like you to play certain characters. Right. So it's such a unique character that I've been dying to see put on camera for a long time that he plays. And that's something for me. That's really personally know the Marcus is very much this guy that, that I grew up with in the bay area, and it's a very specific person he lives at home. And with his parents, like, well into his thirty's. He's confident he has his artistic passion, but he has his day job. And he's good. He doesn't need anything else, and he's sexy and his attractive, despite the fact that he lives at home, and he's not like super rich or whatever. And so it's just it's, it's so exciting for me to see that guy. You know, and there's you Ali you know, you are a woman successful woman in this film, who doesn't have problems lending men can even land canneries if she so on. And usually when you see like success. Women who run big companies in movies. It's like they were shoulder pads. Spreading down the bullpen firing people and then crying in their office. Because they too busy to have a relationship. Right. But here you have somebody just living their full life. But somebody who's also vulnerable. It's a real real human being that we all identify with. And she where, you know, something that people have picked up on that she wears her glasses from the beginning to the end, which is extremely, rare in Iran, which I didn't even realize usually, there's some sort of makeover convinced the glasses. Yeah. That did not happen in this in this movie. We gotta talk about sex, because unlike crazy rich Asians, which has no sex scenes. This is a very different kind of romantic movie. I guess, you know, it's funny because someone was telling me that they wish there was more sex that they were there was, like, actual thrust. And she thought. Chickened out. She was like that would have been revolutionary shown to Asian Americans the rest. That was like. All right. Well, that for the next three other stellar snacks. I mean, obviously it was deliberate to have Randall be sexy. Allie, V sexy and having sex. Yeah. For sure, you know real because we talk a lot about boomerang. And how that's like one of our big inspirations boomerang was nineteen Ninety-two movie with Eddie Murphy. And now it is a series on BT and boomerang is a super sexy movie. In addition to being funny and grounded in having a great soundtrack that movie sexy, and it was, it's something that, like I remember. I have to. Of course, ask about canneries it has to happen. Not only is the is the rap song. I punched canopy played like streaming and everyone loves it. He plays one of Sasha's love interest in the movie and gets to be himself. Why did you want canto in this? It's genius to have him. But wh why did you think he was the guy? Well, in terms of story, you know, we thought when at that point at the farmer's market when Marcus is ready to tell saucer, that he has feelings for her. And she reveals that she's actually dating somebody we thought, okay who in terms of story, right? Who would be Marcus is worse than eight Maher? All right. We should get guys worst nightmare guys. She getting is very important to me personally that all of Sasha's love interest Asian American, and we thought our k- we should get in Asian American icon, who's a great actor who's funny and willing to make fun of himself and the only person in the entire universe who fits like those first three parameters canneries and then, you know, it was fun because he hadn't seen the movie he hadn't seen the rest of any of the scenes get shot. And at the premiere we didn't know if he's going to show up because he was, so busy promoting, John, we can he showed up. He sat behind me. And it was so delightful hear his reaction throughout the entire film. And he, he was he was dying laughing really covering his mouth, just. I couldn't believe it. You know. The so it was so touching it and sweet to watch. When you both look back at how hard you work to get here. What does it feel like to now have it sort of out in the world and sort of moving the margins of what we see and what sort of you know, available in the imagination? It feels amazing. I'm so glad ultimately our goal was to create a very entertaining movie. And the fact that it might be moving the culture and, and representing Asian Americans. That's all like that's like icing on the cake. That's that's great. But none of that would have happened had. We not told a great story. That's alley. Wong and Randall park this weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Lou Garcia Navarro. Support for NPR comes from the Kennan Lucy Leman family who appreciate that for three decades. NPR has helped them to better understand a complex nation in world through its in-depth coverage of events idea. In cultures and the law firm Cooley LLP with offices in the US Europe and China, Cooley, advises entrepreneurs.

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"alan jara" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

10:17 min | 2 years ago

"alan jara" Discussed on KCRW

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"alan jara" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"alan jara" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"There's a chance at a Chick-fil-A will open at San Antonio's airport after all the city council. This week will be asked for a redo on vote that banned the chicken chain of the company's past support of charities that champion traditional marriage. Richard Perez who heads the greater chamber says we need to make this right? There is a battle to attract businesses to their cities. And we do something like what we did with chick fillet that is a negative sign to any business that would want to come to a growing community like Santo. He says it's amazing that city council never asked the business community for their input before the original vote banning Chick-fil-A. A man in his thirties was rushed to the hospital this morning after he was hit by a Union Pacific freight train on the west side had happened on north San Marcus police say the victim was walking along the tracks. The conductor. Oh police. He saw the man sounded the whistle. But the victim did not get off the tracks. A sixty five year old woman is an extremely critical condition this morning after her home was destroyed by fire overnight firefighters had to enter the house on dawn view off west avenue on the north side and pull the woman out of the burning home the fire spread next door. No word yet on how the blaze began arson. Investigators are on the scene. All this. Is it the day we head to the post office to mail our taxes today? Most Americans will be filing federal tax returns for last year. However tax payers in Maine, Massachusetts, get a reprieve and have until April the seventeenth to file the returns, thanks to patriot's day. If for some reason, you can follow you federal tax return on time, you can get an automatic six-month extension, but you have to act today. Now, keep in mind that an extension doesn't extend the time to pay your taxes. If you don't pay up by the original due date, you'll oh interest on unpaid taxes and could also be hit with additional penalties for filing and. Paying late. American Airlines is canceling flights through mid August as Boeing seven thirty seven max jetliners remain grounded. In a statement yesterday. The airline said it's canceling about one hundred and fifteen flights a day from now through August nineteenth Boeing currently working to upgraded software in the aftermath of two deadly crashes involving the jets within five months. President Trump weighed in on the situation an early morning tweet today saying Boeing should fix the seven thirty seven max, add some additional great features and rebrand the plane with a new name. He said no product has suffered like the seven thirty seven. Max. Meanwhile, today, Trump heads diminish soda with a focus on taxes and twenty twenty two women stage in the next go around President Trump on this tax deadline day heads back to the twin cities Ford event that the White House says we'll focus amid a booming economy and record unemployment. I'm celebrating the president's tax cuts and jobs act signed into legislation two years ago. State DFL chairman Ken Martin sane in a statement that the president will be sorely disapp-. Appointed? If you expect a warm welcome in Minnesota, the state that the president lost in two thousand sixteen by only one point five percent. An attempt to make it easier for young people with small children vote sparked disagreement before a state house committee, the legislatures discussing whether to allow voters you show up at the polls with the child Senator under vote in their car with an election official coming out to the vehicle to bring them a ballot. Many Republicans like Alan JARA. The Harris County GOP says this is a recipe for fraud in a solution. Looking for a problem, we see many voters with children and are the polling place and fort without any significant problems the cases of child becoming so disruptive as to distract voters has an experience in very rare. But supporters say it would increase public participation elections, which should be the goal of every voting related measure. Well, the most dangerous question that can be asked in a relationship has landed a Laredo woman in jail posed at a movie theater by twenty year old lift Guadalupe Ramirez to her common-law husband was reportedly am I pretty. Eighty according to the Laredo morning times. Her husband never responded because he did not hear her. He did happen to notice her heading him repeatedly on the ride home after they left the theater, apparently this attack continued at the couple's home where she also assaulted a family member who tried to intervene now Ramirez has been charged with two counts of assault and family violence w away. I news time eight thirty seven traffic and weather together in just a minute. But first check of your money in the world of business. Tradings already underway. We welcome Ed Corry live at the Bloomberg news desk charity. Your seven minutes downs dropped thirty four points. The s&p is down by two and the NASDAQ is up two points. Wells Fargo shares were dropping in pre market trade. Analysts have downgraded the stock after the Bank lowered its income forecast oil retreated in New York after longest run a weekly gains in about three years right now. West Texas Intermediate's down forty five cents at sixty three forty five a barrel. Tiger Woods masters victory. Will reward the few companies that stuck with. With him through his struggles. He generated more than twenty three million dollars and exposure for various corporate partners, according to apex marketing right now, the Dow is down thirty seven the NASDAQ higher by three points live with a Bloomberg business report. I'm Ed Corry on NewsRadio. Twelve hundred w a breaking news on the hour at the half and anytime at W away dot com. Brought to you by I mart credit union. Now, traffic.

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"alan jara" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"alan jara" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"With a genuine member of the millennial generation joining us as Jane. Hi, jane. Hi, Steven, thanks for having me. We are. So glad you're here. So Jane, what do you have for us today? Stephen as you know, I love animals, I currently live with two Guinea, pigs and the world breast puppy dog. And apparently, I am not alone in my preference to share my home with a pet to according to a survey from American pet products association. Seventy three percent of millennials currently have a pet. So I wanted to talk for a minute about what millennial pet owners are looking for when they buy a home. That's awesome. Jane? So according to realtor dot com. Eighty nine percent of millennials who bought a home this year own a pet in seventy nine percent of that group said they would pass up on an otherwise perfect. Home. If it didn't meet the needs of their pets. So if you're working with the millennial with a companion animal, ask them what they think is important for their pets. Otherwise, you may waste a lot of time. Looking at properties that never even sit a chance. Interesting next, according to a ours profile of home buyers and sellers fifteen percent of all homebuyers, chose their neighborhood based on how would best serve their pet and of that group more than a third said that that meant being close to parks and recreational facilities. So for millennials looking at homes without yards like, me, and my condo. Make sure that there is Greenspace within walking distance. Or should I say dog walking distance? I'm really sorry about that. Finally, what if you a for babies, and you're selling your home, according to NAR's recently released twenty nine thousand nine profile of home staging eighty three percent of sellers agents recommend removing the pets from the house during showings. So when it's time for that open house plan along Walker trip to the dog park and for the cats ask your non cat allergy friends, if kitty can hang with them for the afternoon. Also, you may be used to pet hair being literally everywhere, but it isn't a great use for potential buyers. So remember to vacuum? Jane? This is such great advice for anyone with pets who's buying or selling. And it reminds me of the old saying wag, more bark less walk. Softly. And throw a big stick. Chained Alan JARA genuine member of the millennial generation. Thanks for being with us on real estate today. Thank you, even and if any of.

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"alan jara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:26 min | 3 years ago

"alan jara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mostly what are called non-tariff barriers the dodgy pontoon forms the you have to fill and of course, road bottlenecks at the border. But lifting the terrace that's the actual government taxes that are imposed on trade would in time. Make everything else much much easier a year ago this month, some forty four out of the fifty four African nations did sign up to a preliminary agreement the African continental free trade area with cooled. Now, fifty two of side the idea being in principle to eliminate tariffs between all countries. And in some cases, they are stupendous. Lee high sixty percent, for example of rice imports Nigeria which is a country still resisting the free trade reforms last April. I talked about all of this with Allen chair. He's Ghana's minister of trade. He says a continental free trade area remains a long cherished dream, the dream of a United Africa has been. The fishing of all our leaders, right? From the first president of Ghana, climbing groomer now with Africa becoming more politically liberated, the obvious progression is economic integration. And that is why the signing of this free trade agreement is an absolutely critical element. But take a country like gone. I mean, what your exporting primarily right is gold oil and gas and coke now. None of those things are really going to go to other African countries. Are they going to go to Europe they're going to go to America? They're gonna go to the rich places. So how much difference would it even make if you put a low tariff Daria with someone next door. You're absolutely right. But remember, you're not looking at a new leadership in Africa. That does not want to remain in the past. When we did a study of the existing trade links amongst ourselves, we realize. That over forty five percent is in manufacturing products. What we talk about integrity markets. We are not looking at Ghana exporting Kuku too because they do the same thing. We're not talking about adding value to commodities to underpin this new trade relations and remember thrust of development in Africa now is more towards industrialization adding value bit of a standing start. There isn't it? I mean, you not even refining your own cocoa or oil yet at home. Yes. But I guess the point that I'm making this is where Africa is moving to how much of an impediment is that neither Nigeria north South Africa to the biggest industrial sub Saharan countries are signing up to this deal yet. Yes, it's unfortunate that we didn't get off fifty four signing a disabled time by remember that even those who are not able to sign the agreement where making a decreasing of support which then opens up the opportunity for them to join later told them into it. We don't even need to talk them into it because they have forty four countries signing an agreement which has been negotiated in significantly short period of time. I think this is a real credit to the continent Ghana's minister of trade, Alan JARA Madden. Speaking to me last year. You're listening to business daily from the BBC World Service with me at Butler. So what has changed since last year? Well, the agreement has now been presented to many. Parliament's across the continent for ratification and this week at a conference in Kigali. We heard that just one more country is needed to ratify the deal for it to become a reality. Pearl is aqua was at the conference. She's director of governance and sustainability with the pan African energy and infrastructure, conglomerate Sahara group, there's success Shane they were very close to getting this agreement ratified. I'm not just russified putting it into effect. Because presently you have twenty one out of the countries who are required to sign this who've russified it now and for the agreement to Covington affecting twenty two countries to actually ratify it. When those twenty two have signed it will actually operate across the continent or across the fifty two countries who've signed up, so the agreements will come into effect. But I believe that that's when the hard work will start and commence because as you can imagine there will be quite a few things to be put into place, and it can only apply to the countries who've. Actually signed up to it before your country can become bound to the terms of it. What difference would it make for the Sahara group, for example to see a pan African free trade Aaron? Oh, wow. I mean for an African company Lycos operating on the multinational level that we do with offices opening up across the African continent in east Africa. Southern Africa in west Africa. The benefits would be quite significant. So for example, if you look at the time moving between borders, but people because we have people moving from different offices working in different parts of the continent. That would mean that we have accent people able to move a lot quicker. We'll be time. It would help us basically transfer knowledge at a quicker pace, and that is definitely going to add to the bottom line of the organization from a people perspective, that's people and services. Tell me about goods. I mean, are you actually specifically.

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"alan jara" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:24 min | 3 years ago

"alan jara" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bain reporting there. Well, those delays obstructions that he saw a mostly what are called non-tariff barriers the dodgy pontoon forms to fill and of course, road bottlenecks at the border. But lifting the terrorists that's the actual government taxes that are imposed on trade would in time. Make everything else much much easier a year ago this month, some forty four out of the fifty four African nations did sign up to a preliminary agreement the African continental free-trade area it was called. Now, fifty two of signed the idea being in principle to eliminate tariffs between all countries. And in some cases, they are stupendous. Lee high sixty percent, for example, a rice imports to my Jiri, which is a country still resisting the free trade reforms last April. I talked about all of this with Allen chair. He's gone. As minister of trade. He says a continental free trade area remains a long cherished dream, the dream of a United Africa has been the. The vision of all our leaders, right? From the first president of Ghana coming groomer now with Africa becoming more politically liberated the of your progression is towards economic integration. And that is why the signing of this free trade agreement is an absolutely critical element. But take a country like Ghana. I mean, what your exporting primarily right is gold oil and gas and coke now. None of those things are really going to go to other African countries. Are they going to go to Europe they're going to go to America? They're gonna go to the rich places. So how much difference would it even make if you low tariff Daria with someone next door? You're absolutely right. But remember, you're not looking at the new leadership in Africa. That does not want to remain in the past. When we did a study of the existing trade links amongst ourselves, we realized that over forty five percent, manufactured products. While we talk about integrity markets. We are not looking at Ghana exploiting Kuku too because they do the same thing. We're not talking about adding value to commodities to underpin this new trade relations. Remember, the thrust of development in Africa now is more towards industrialization. Adding value of a standing star though, isn't it? I mean, you know, even refining your own cocoa or oil yet at home. Yes. But I guess the point that are bidding. This is where Africa is moving too much of an impediment is the Nigerian north South Africa. Two of the biggest industrial sub Saharan countries are signing up to this deal yet. Yes, it's unfortunate that we didn't get off fifty four signing a decision time. But remember that even those who are not able to sign the agreement where making a declaration of support which opens up your for them to join the you think you're gonna told them into it. But we don't even need to talk them into it because to have forty four countries signing an agreement which has been negotiated in significantly short period of time. I think this is a real credit to the continent Ghana's minister of trade, Alan JARA Madden. Speaking to me last year. You're listening to business daily from the BBC World Service with me at Butler. So what has changed since last year? Well, the agreement has now been presented to many. I parliament's across the continent for ratification and this week at a conference in Kigali. We heard that just one more country is needed to ratify the deal for it to become a reality. Perlas aqua was at the conference. She's director of governance and sustainability with the pan African energy and infrastructure, conglomerate Sahara, group, there's ashamed that were very close to getting this agreement ratified. I'm not just russified. We're getting it into effect. Because presently you have twenty one out of the countries who are required to sign. This who have ratified it now for the agreement to come into effect, you need twenty two countries to actually ratify it. When those twenty two have signed it will actually operate across the continent or across the fifty two countries who've signed up, so the agreements will come into effect. But I believe that that's when the hard work will start and commence because as you can imagine there will be quite a few things to be put into place, and it can only apply to the countries who've. Actually signed up to it before your country can become bound to the terms of it. What difference would it make for the Sahara group, for example to see a pan African free trade area? Oh, wow. I mean for an African company like operating on the multinational level that we do with offices opening up across the African continent in east Africa, southern Africa and west Africa, the benefits would be quite significant. So for example, if you look at the time moving between borders, but people because we have people moving from different offices working in different parts of the continent. That would mean that we have accent people able to move a lot quicker. We'll be time-saving would helpless basically transfer knowledge at a quicker pace, and that is definitely going to add to the bottom line of the organization from a people perspective, that's.

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"alan jara" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"alan jara" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"These Chicago police say that Josse mullet has turned over his phone records. But so much of it has been redacted that they can't tell whether or not he wasn't talking to his manager at the time of the alleged attack and Howard Schultz. The centrist independent says that a seventy percent tax for billionaires would be punitive all of that. And more. We have a special guest. This is at the Grammys. And this young lady she didn't just turn head. She broke nets. Pro-trump dress. Zayn by dizzy, Alan JARA, deshea designed mature, please. Welcome back with the program. Ms joy villa. Are you? Sound like third time. I think your third I think it's your third time. Yes. Now, I can say I've made it.

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"alan jara" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"alan jara" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Sale at joy, villa dot. Where can I get your purse? I wanna wear that so many of classy Trump's supporters out there. So the person for sale, actually joy villa dot com. Now joy villa? You. Come to the Grammys every year, you're a professional singer and songwriter, of course, and you rock the place have they ever tried to not get you to come. You know, it's funny. The Grammy's has always been extremely respectful and incredible tending. They treat me just like one of their other members. I'm a member of the Recording Academy since two thousand fifteen I'm active behind the scenes on the knitter music modernization act. I worked on that. You're bipartisan things I took the congress. I even talked to Adam Schiff who him and I fundamentally disagree on things. But on this we agreed. You know? And so I will I'm working with the Grammys a lot. And I love those guys they've been great to me. They don't have an opinion on what I wear. They don't, you know, shame me or react a certain way back in two thousand seventeen they posted my mog address. My right carpet appearance on Grammy dot com. Sounds like, oh, they know. I'm catching a lot of eyeballs, especially a lot of conservative Trump's a forty nine balls. I think they want more diversity. I think it's just that most celebrities won't be diverse. In thought we talk about girl power. This year's Grammys was all about girl power. We thought artists up there. You know being preachy? But yet when it comes to diversity of thought, you know, they're calling me the N word. They're calling you know, they're trying to shame me because I support safety. I support the wall support our president. I'm getting called so many crazy names. The backlash is tremendous worse than twenty seventeen. In fact, what does he Allender you design the dress? You are registered democrat. Maybe you can design a suit for Adam Schiff, a build the wall suit. Yeah. I don't discriminate joy. Did you hear from Trump this time for this? This year's Grammy that you have you heard from directly or indirectly. I just got invited to a White House call this week. So which the president will be on. I you know, what we'll see what he say Joinville some great things to say joy villa and Desi Alan JARA of Desi designs, couture and joy villas website is WWW dot joy villa dot com. Joy does he thank you very much for taking the time. We appreciate it. Thank you. Larry. I just want to say to my album. Thanks to amazing people like your listeners, and my fans my album, home sweet home, which is my new album. It's it's rocketing up the charges curly number eight on Amazon charts. Outstanding talk to you later. All right. Thanks, larry. Bye. Bye. Nice. They rocked the house. I mean, people would just went crazy..

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"alan jara" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:30 min | 3 years ago

"alan jara" Discussed on KTRH

"I was sitting here. Reading an article. Romo's looking at me like I'm an idiot. I had my volume turned down the studio, and I didn't have my ears in. So I didn't realize that we'd had started the show. My apologies. That's a minute of your life. You'll never get back. Well, I normally I'll put my years in as soon as I get in here. And then if ammonia talk to me, I can I can hear it right off. But if I don't do that. And I turn the volume down. I don't know why he turned the volume down. Then I can't I can't hear that the music has started in that the show has started. So. Apologies. Washing. The times has a story about atlas brew works. This is a government shutdown story. Atlas brew works has a seasonal. India pale ale. And it's called precious one. And they're trying to get this product to market. It's a seasonal beer. And now presumably is the season that they want to release their beer. However, they're unable to sell it outside the city. Because the federal agency in charge of approving labels is on furlough. The company is asking a federal court to step in saying, it's free speech rights are being violated by having to wait on government approval. I liked that argument if we get I mean, if we can't get our beer to people that's our free speed. This is our speech. The federal government insists it must pre approve any beer label that enters interstate commerce under the certificate of label approval. CO L A Colo rule contained in the federal alcohol administration act. Due to the ongoing partial federal government shutdown the Treasury Department's alcohol and tobacco tax and trade bureau. We told you about them yesterday. The t t b is not processing or issuing such approvals. Atlas applied for approval for the keg labels for its abra Kat infused. Seasonal IP a on December. Twentieth. Do you say April Qatar apricot? Ramon you USA apricot soft. Give me five words, Ramone, by the end of this segment that people commonly that there is a split of opinion, there might not be a right or wrong. But you hear them said differently. Can you do that? For me five words, APR ikat would be one of them are Africa. All right. So do you like April cotton infused beer, was that something you would try if someone handed it to you, would you say, okay, I'll be into that. I don't like beer. I don't like fruit in my beers. At all. I don't I don't know that I like any. Let's call. Wagner and ask him. How you get fruity in your beer. Can you can you? Here's let's see let me give you. Well, make list and call brought wedges. This is a this is a man look, this ain't small town radio. You gotta do a lot of things. All at was. Okay. I'll give you his phone number you. Call and ask him how you get abra Kat infused. Seasonal IP so on December twentieth. They applied for the approval. But two days later before the tax and trade bureau took action their funding ran out, and they ceased issuing approvals or colas. Remember that's the certificate of label approval. Atlas sells the seasonal brew in both cans and cakes the t t b already approved the label for the cans, but not yet for the kegs. The company says not being able to sell those kegs will cost the brewery at least five thousand dollars a huge cost. They say I mall business. The atlas brew works company is suing in US district court in the district of Columbia seeking a temporary restraining order against the government enforcing the Chola rule against it. Their attorney Alan JARA says it should be obvious that the government cannot simply prohibit beer labels as a category of speech. Atlas and its customers are suffering. Irreparable harm is irreparable Ramon. If you wanted a beer today the apricot infused seasonal IP. India pale ale IP a precious one. And you don't get it. You can't fix that tomorrow by just giving you two beers. You're irreparably harmed at listen. It's customers are suffering irreparable harm in that the government violates their first amendment rights. Every moment that atlas is not free to label its products. The government cannot require atlas to obtain a license in order to speak a license aggressively reviewed for content under rules mandating some statements and forbidding others. And then shudder the license off. Office indefinitely. Now, what this article is designed by the media to do is to show you that Donald Trump's a bad guy, and you can't get your beer, and it's up to and it's because of Trump, and if Trump would just open the government, you could get your beer again, and the government's ban, and this is a a Trump is bad. And this is a great example, what a bad guy Trump is because we need the government because governments our friend, but as Chadha Coney Nakanishi executive producer to the Michael berry show. What the hell are we doing having a label reviewed before it goes out? Anyway, why does the government need to look at the label? Government doesn't need to look at a label on a barbecue to go. Order government doesn't need to look at a label on most everything else. Why on earth? Do they need to look at a label here that's not protecting us. I'm reading this book, which I highly recommend call one summer nineteen twenty seven by Bill. Bryson and prohibition is in full swing the vol- stat act, and do you know that one of the things they did as part of prohibition? Is that they put a poison Edina natured alcohol, they they spiked some alcohol with poison eleven thousand seven hundred Americans died of poisoning that was one of the ways they thought that that that this guy Wayne b Wheeler who was the the crusader against alcohol that was that was how people that was how you were going to get people to keep from drinking is the fear that it might be poisoned. And he goes through some of the people that were poisoned, and he goes through. How really awful prohibition was how many hotels had to close. How many businesses had to close? How bad it was how bad it was in terms of tax collections and drinking actually increased.

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