31 Burst results for "Algiers"
BYU vs. Cincinnati: College Football Playoff
"Why you came into the weekend eight and know that Cougar is one of the best non power five teams in the country. Right there with Cincinnati trying to find their way into the playoff. This was pretty much a bye week for BYU with the North Alabama coming to town. Here's Greg Rebel from the airfield, the AMG College double tight to the left too wide to the right. They go pistol. Wilson and L Gear handoff. Tyler Tyler takes contact Keeps the legs driving stays up right into the end zone. Touchdown. Cougars Touchdown. Tyler, Algiers With 4 32 to go in the opening quarter is BYU, 13 and North Alabama zero Tyler Algae or ran for a career high 141 yards and two touchdowns and the Cougars routed North Alabama 66 to 14. To improve tonight and no. Algeria had his 4th 100 yard game of the season. Zach Wilson threw for 212 yards and four touchdowns before halftime and ended 33 yards rushing. BYU score touchdowns on all six First Path drives As the Cougars rolled up 394 totally yards and averaged 11.3 yards per play before halftime up next. BYU
Prospecting on LinkedIn
"I think. My favorite thing to do is to leverage lincoln because lincoln is such a great way to build relationships with people that are in like these awesome industries in different verticals. But for me. I feel i really most of the building relationship and knowing the right time to turn it into like a soft goal to action. So you know as i prospect all always know if i'm just gonna email say ten people today from that company. I will go ahead and add as many people from that company across all product. Line that i could potentially talk to you right. Maybe they're not the number one or today's already. But i'm gonna add them so i can eventually get to them on linked in because it's easy way to get wins and for me. I'll always look at the profile. A leveraged the research. I've done for the emails and once they've accepted my connection request. I'll always look for a way to pass lies. That that was a gal once from kentucky. I forget which company shows up but she she was from kentucky and i told her this story about how me and my mom would traveling across the country and we went to cracker barrel and we thought it was the only restaurant that we hold. It was the only krakauer in america and then we got to the next day and realized it was a chain and so i told her that funny story and she found it hilarious and we went back and forth for a week and was like. Hey i see you do this like you know. We work with xyz You know see you open to learning a bit more about this. And lincoln i think is just such a great way to build rapport and build a relationship before you. Just you know oscar Can i just spend a bit of time like learning more about your role. And secondly only than i love sending videos so if someone accepts request and fills right like algiers plot wife phone and i will send them a really personalized video for example. Like hey scott i sawyer. Recent post i love that you said this and this adding a personalization and then just throwing out similar kind of mo. full malik we walk with xyz. I see you do this. I imagine like this and this headache you know. Would you be interested in learning a bit more about how you walk in your space. And i'll send the video and i found it super effective right because it's a way to stand out and that's that's really. What makes you successful like. You need a stand out from the sea of people that are trying to get to them so i would definitely recommend like lean on those videos. Yeah so couple of questions there. So as as you're sending out those initial connection request you're kind of going. Broadly across the account. Are you personalizing the connection requests or you coming back with personalization. Once they accept. I always play around of it and i think it depends if they seem like a a real change agent and they vary social than. I'll throw out like a little message when i do. Send the request. But for the most part i have found like a pretty successful connection rate which i'm really fortunate about because i know that not everyone has found that and then i'll go in with a very personalized note because to me if someone's accepting Accepting that initial requests like. They're open to conversation whether it be about. Sprinkler is another story but there are at least open for me to say like. Hey thank you for accepting an a lies note. So i'll lead on it for like the change agents and like the number one i want but the most part like what helps me kind of spread. Wide thin is sending as many of those and then leaning on the one side except
Using Algae to Fight Deceases (including COVID-19)
"We all know that during this covert nineteen period. Edible algae whether it's macro algae like seaweed or micro algae like spirulina that algae can help boost your immune system and even some research has shown that red algae profile can help you defend against the corona virus and in connection with how algae can keep us healthy on this episode. I interview a owlry end from trans algae and Israeli company. That may find that. You're using algae but that is only part of the innovation that trans algae has created and without further. Ado here is algae a savior for humanity. My name is. I'm the Business Development fulltime Sergey quite new into company. Come FROM TECHNOLOGY. I have it'd be a CNBC from the Hebrew. Unit doesn't from the Faculty and ahead an MBA from hyphen. In my background. I served in companies such as ICL hyphen because adult stocked on a Adama. All of them are global companies working in the Arctic seeing providing from different chemicals like pesticides down to two thirty. I'm involved in two major aspects. One is the business development meaning extending our activity outside collaborations with different companies different circles the candelabra on and also invoking the fundraising process and bringing more value to their companies from outside investment. So you you've been dealing with The agricultural sector for more than twenty years. And how long have you started with the Trans Algae? I'm quite new. So it's coming to massive free monster that I'm already over there but Been Mind that might progress position I served as VP of commercial development says marketing different companies before them song bringing a quite right and then it's a very good sign for trans algae that they're hiring new people that are trying to go around the world to try invite investment for you the product that you guys serve which is using algae for human farmer that. I read animal health and Crop Protection. All of that is very interesting and of course the reason why I kind of have you on is 'cause recently. There was an article about trans. Algae is trying to develop a using the algae platform that you guys use to be able to give vaccines to people of wine. The Corona virus vaccine comes out. That's why I think it's it's very interesting right now but we'll get to that later so talking about how you guys are using algae right now you guys have been using it so far in animal health using it to give vaccines to animals and can you just explain to me how you guys actually do that. How are you guys using algae using algae to make into a capsule or? Are you guys actually using some kind of genetics? The algae to introduce the vaccine the major essences to utilize to honest the scene to menace. I is it's a production sites. Let's say very similar to a production sites like he's all viruses and I'll explain what we have done over. During the to improve the low potential for Algiers it exists in nature. And the more important thing is that we use utilize the algae as a delivery system. Imagine yourself that currently in the animal health you know the to vaccinate at broad the amount of animals whether it is it fish in the pond. Say chickens like it's a swine that counts for one hundred to two hundred thousand individuals today to current vaccination is Involving animal meaning in fishing into sedate deficient other to take them one by one injecting chickens. It's the same swine and so on and so on. We are offering because the algae itself he's in at the Substance IT CAN BE UTILIZED TO DELIVER BILL ANYMORE OF INTEREST. That could be grow phone. That could be a protein that we'd be at generating anymore reaction and he could be enzymes of all I. We are using the as a carrier for the molecule of interest. Now when we talk we talk about the vaccinations. Obviously that's that's has a lot of advantages again compared to what injection? But you need to make sure that the specimen in a successful way redoubt anything relation of the multiple of it was put it. They just insistent. So that's that's not a trivial idea. Obviously we are. Harnessing sound physiological. Carta six of the in order to create what we call buying up solution which protects STI carried the protein. Okay Peptide we've ended so it would be able to sustain the area. Acidic conditions in the digestive system reached the absorption area where it can be as successful into the blood system and then to get anyone system. And we'll be finding afterwards antigens by the the blood of the animal and Giving it demon system so the algae itself being not only at Production Seifoleslam delivery system measures to vaccinate Pondo mediums fish inside the way to do it today as I said it's sedate efficient then injected by each one of them today. What we do we can take the right dosage spreading based on the amount officials existing the and once the algae's in or by the fish imitates three during the one reaction and then you have the whole population of fishing on the vaccinated in a very simple very quick and very and less much less costly than get same. Goes for shrimps Single swine full chickens and other animals. You guys feed it like algae like as if you just added like the food supplement into the feed right correct. If it's fish we can spread it as is all we can incorporate it into the feed system of the fish is chickens to sing. Swipe you just incorporate the right dosage into the feeling system and then once it's been eaten immediately I molecules which are getting food there. They just insistent going to the absorption reaching the blood. Circle are immediately intriguing Damon system and then we get the animal vaccinating. Very invasive not came and much much less than fifty.
Ex-PM elected Algeria's new president, to protesters' dismay
"Tens of thousands of people marched in the capital Algiers. They were chanting ranting the same things. They've been chanting every Friday for the past ten months except this time they added the name of their new president dodgy. Tabun is someone the protesters Z.. As a remnant of the old regime Monash Company is we do not accept him. One protester said today they did not let us chooses. President President ahead of Thursday's election in Algeria protesters had called for a boycott. They saw the vote as a ploy by the military to end months of demonstrations and restore the old political order all of the candidates including the winner. Tabun worked for the former president. Demonstrators are calling for new elections with different candidates and and as they've been demanding for ten months now an end to corruption
Arab League rejects Trump's Israel policies at annual summit
"Arab leaders into nesia for the start of the annual Arab League summit are divided on several regional issues, but they are starting off United in rejecting US recognition of Israeli control over the occupied Golan Heights and fears Lama Orion has more although Syria was missing from the summit because it was kicked out of the league and twenty eleven representatives from over twenty countries jointly condemned President Trump's decision reaffirming that the Golan Heights is serious territory. They also condemned Trump's announcement last year to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital Kingston man of Saudi Arabia said he absolutely rejected any measures undermining serious sovereignty. But there were a few major leaders missing from the summits like Sudan's ommited, but she and Algiers President Abdelaziz Bouteflika. Both of them are dealing with mass protests in their countries
President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, President And Hanan General Amagai discussed on The World
"The head of the army says President Abdelaziz Bouteflika should be declared unfit to rule and removed from office is the strongest signal yet that Algiers powerful military is abandoning Mr. Buda flicker who's eighty two and in poor health after weeks of protests. He he's Taha reports achieving media described the army chief's comments at the dropping of a massive bomb. Addressing the military lift Hanan general Amagai solid referred to an article in the constitution which can declare the poster president vacant if the office holders, unfit to rule General Saleh said this would be an immediate solution to the crisis in ALgeria, which would need the legitimate demands of the people there have been weeks of mass protests against president would've liuqiu under the constitution. The speaker of the Senate Abdelkadar, Ben Sallah would become acting head of state pending an election within ninety
President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Mister Wicker And President discussed on BBC World Service
"News Algierians have been celebrating. After the ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika about domestic protests by withdrawing his candidacy for a fifth term in office. Hundreds took to the streets of Algiers waving national flags and sounding horns in delight. After twenty years in power mister wicker said he was handing Algieria future to a new generation. However, there's concern that the president also spawned next month's
Exclusive: Saudi Arabia, Russia agreed in Sept to lift oil output, told U.S.
"An extra one million barrels a day of oil and could do even more yet market. Doesn't seem to care oil has been pushing well into higher. Territories. After the September meeting in Algiers spurred prices to a four year high today, they are off though one percent for WTI. Ian, Shepherdson pantheon micro economic chief. Economist tells Bloomberg a higher price for oil is not all that bad for the USA. So this is a new thing for the US. We've always sort of the us is being hurt by high prices, but actually high gas prices are higher oil prices on our positive because of the immediate response in the show business to the puppet of making more money. Meanwhile, stocks are up headed toward records as the dollar gains after a private jobs data pollsters confidence in the world's largest economy. We look at those numbers every fifteen minutes rectal trading day on Bloomberg radio. SP five hundred up one half of one percent up fourteen. Dow's up six ten percent up one hundred fifty nine. The NASDAQ is up one half of one percent up forty. Three the ten years down ten thirty seconds. The yield three point one zero percent west Texas intermediate as I indicated is now down nine percent nine tenths percent at seventy four fifty four berlet's nine tenths percent. Comex gold's down a tenth percent at twelve. Oh, five ten per ounce. Footsie is up a half percent because of national day. The Dax in Germany is closed attack. In Paris is up one half of one percent. That's a Bloomberg business flash. I'm Greg Jarrett. This is Bloomberg
OPEC, Allies End Meeting with No Pledge to Boost Supply
"Of the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries have completed their last meetings in Algiers where they discussed. Supply and demand with more. Here's John Clemens. Several members are pushing for higher oil prices amid lower production levels. So that may impact what Motors will have to pay Patrick DeHaan of gas buddy dot com gives this the latest average price the national average for a gallon of gasoline has dropped about seven tenths of a penny. In the last week it currently stands at two dollars and eighty four cents a gallon that is still twenty eight cents higher than one year ago.
OPEC pushes for higher oil prices
"Have just wrapped up their latest meetings in Algiers where they discussed supply and demand USA radio's John Clemens with the story. Several pack members are pushing for higher oil prices amid lower production levels. So that may impact what Motors will have to pay to HANA gasbuddYcom gives us the latest average price the national average for a gallon of gasoline has dropped about seven tenths of a penny. In the last week it currently stands at two dollars and eighty four cents a gallon that is still twenty eight cents higher than one year ago. Those Mississippi Alabama had the lowest prices at two fifty two a gallon while Hawaii had the highest at three seventy five. I'm John
Can Iran weather the oil-sanctions storm?
"Iran says the weekend OPEC meeting in Algiers proves there is little support for President Trump and US sanctions that cartel and its allies sidestep the president's demand for cheaper oil instead saying they would react to market needs. Sanctions are due on Iranian oil in November as the White House seeks to cut output and exports to zero Tehran says that won't happen. The United States is not capable of bringing our oil exports zero. This is an empty promise. That is empty of credibility perhaps on this. We will sustain certain pressures, but certainly the United States not reach its objective.
Passengers held on plane in France over cholera fears
"And another reason why I suspect that this is a gain of function exercises because one hundred and forty seven passengers on a flight from Algieria or held on a plane today landed in France. A plane landed in France who was a child on board. There was suffering from cholera at least. That's what was reported today child on board a plane a flight from Algiers one hundred forty seven passengers on board were exposed to a child who had cholera. The passengers were held on the plane at. The airport but the south of France for over an hour waiting for health. Authorities and paramedics to arrive and they were saying the child was likely to carry cholera evacuated to the hospital for examination firefighters escorted people to the hospital the play the traveled from Iran in ALgeria. Where a recent color epidemic has left three dead and over seventy people contaminated. The other passengers went under forty seven in total. And members of the flight crew were let off the plane shortly after three fifteen pm after being held on board for just over an hour. According to reports in the French press there were eventually allowed off the plane, they disinfected their hands, and they had to disinfect the aircraft. Of course, caller is transmitted through fecal matter. Infected fecal matter often by contaminated water or food people were exposed to cholera it can cause acute diarrhea vomiting, the hydration if it's left untreated it can kill
"algiers" Discussed on WWL
"Weather and what's going on where you live in terms of algiers i'd like to know if you are a native l jirina or at least live there now is any of this affecting algiers point is it primarily a west bank event as it relates to now at least as it relates sale jeers in gretna and what are you seeing in terms of power outages etc tyrone on a road good morning sir you're on wwl hello hey tyrone good morning you're on wwl two blocks from the ferry deep in algiers yeah you way down there dr travel journal de gaulle but jesse when in a moderate range general meyer was able to come up all the way general meyer no order at all only water you kirk is when you get out of shape station right there shirley indigo let me tell you i grew up on lord el tyrone and we lived at the end of the of lourdes hill right there by general meyer and i can tell you that area of algiers is definitely higher than the part as you head toward the goal yes i can tell you one thing tommy the pumps working could you could see the water screaming down the road and just just too much in the shell period of time you think we've seen the worst of it i hope so let me ask you on a lighter note tyrone we welcome our new sponsor for the wwl opinion poll and that is blue runner foods known for their red beans white beans a lot of other cajun specialties so i just wanna ask you day before the fourth of july trying to keep it a little bit lighter in in spite of the weather is very controversial subject get ready tyrone red beans or white beans why being with with really yes with rabbit i've never had that is good delicious you put anything on those on those white beans any yellow mustard anything dash a hot sauce you ain't gonna be hungry tyrone have a good day all right all right thank you thank you sir appreciate the algiers report todd on a road where are you at certain tell me about the weather before we get to the issue of red beans i'm in desperate hand and rain a little bit have you seen any heavy rain or has it just been a drizzle got you would you say about beans with our blue runner parade blue runner opinion poll well my daddy was incredible cajun cook and he always cook things and he would do to red beans what smoked turkey necks and it was very good and then he would do white games dot fried fish that sounds delicious would you put any condiments on any any of it would you like any yellow mustard any any just put hot sauce but i tell you the place that has really good white beans is the mason jar in nattery and they probably would fish like when i grew up so i go out there and it makes me think of my dad got you thank you todd ob have a good fourth of july weekend know good thing about those blue runner beans it's a ben i'm telling you an easy dinner because you just take him out the ken maybe some other low bell pepper and onion and celery if you want or just need them straight out the ken might wanna heat them i i i've eaten them cold but little protein whether you got a quick easy dinner that a lot of ways as seems as though you've been cooking it for hours even though i guess blue runner took care that for your seven fifty one weather seems to be abating somewhat which is good because it will give the pumps a chance to catch up right now we take a look at traffic on wwl from the wwl traffic center of joshua bell still still feeling the effects of the street flooding in algiers on the west bank seeing delays on general de gaulle and terry parkway trying to get to the west bank expressway let's just got slowing background.
Africa, Rona Meyer and Nigeria discussed on Midday on WNYC
"And guarantee a top four finish for united in the premier league the former united manager arsene ceramics ferguson presented awesome venga with a silver vase to mark the frenchman's last visit to old trafford after twenty two years and vanja could see the funny side throws you once you know the danger any more people love you elsewhere the new champions manchester city made it one hundred and two goals scored for a campaign in a thirtieth win of the season with a four one victory relegationthreatened west ham decision to ban the nigerian referee joseph ogle for one year has been ratified by the confederation of african football cast the disciplinary board had found board guilty of attempted match manipulation in this month's confederation cup round of sixteen i like game between the nigerian side plateau united and usm of algiers the toronto raptors and cleveland cavaliers will meet in the nba playoffs for the third straight season that's after lebron james inspired the cavs to a one hundred and five to one hundred one victory of the indiana pacers in game seven of their first round grocers but i don't know we move onto the next series good test for us it was a good test and that's what you trying for all year trying all year to be able to put yourself in position where however the series as harbor playoff series in your body can respond so i wouldn't expect anything less and in tennis the world number one rafael ladele dropped only three games in the final to win the an open title for an eleventh time thanks mike this is new state nine minutes to the hour now we're going to talk about an undercover investigation by the bbc in fact by bbc africa i knew investigative program looking at the problems caused by codeine cough syrup in nigeria it would seem to be fairly innocuous it's good for you obviously in small amounts but it's unfortunately leading to an epidemic of opioid addiction millions of young people are believed to be hooked up but how do industrial quantities of this syrup which is usually only legally available by prescription end up with drug dealers sold to addicts on the street bbc africa is discovered some nigerian pharmaceutical figures are involved in this black market trade is rona meyer reports in the back streets of kano in northern nigeria groups of young.
Algeria plane crash victims were badly burned, authorities say
"To a blue wave of democratic gains in november i gave it some consideration but i really do not believe whether i stay or go in twenty nineteen is going to affect a person's individual race for congress i really don't think a person's race for congress is going to hinge on whether paul ryan speaker or not top contenders to replace ryan as house speaker are majority leader kevin mccarthy of california and house majority whip ski steve scalise of louisiana we'll have more on paul ryan's retirement from congress later in the broadcast fbi agents who raided the home hotel room and offices of president trump's personal attorney michael colin we're seeking clues about how cohen worked with the trump campaign in two thousand sixteen to suppress negative information that's according to the new york times which reports the agents were seeking documents related to the two thousand five access hollywood tape and which trump is recorded openly boasting about sexually assaulting women the latest revelations columnist trump's former chief strategist steve bannon urge the president to fire deputy attorney general rod rosenstein and to stop cooperating with special counsel robert muller's investigation into alleged ties between trump's campaign and russia and algeria the government's declare three days of national mourning after a military passenger jet crashed outside the capital algiers on wednesday killing two hundred fifty seven people on board it was l julius worstever air disaster and the deadliest plane crash since two thousand fourteen when malaysia airlines flight seventeen was shot down over ukraine among the dead in wednesday's crash were twenty six members of the police surreal front a western saharan independence movement seeking to end morocco's forty two year rule of the west african territory on capitol hill facebook ceo mark zuckerberg faced off with lawmakers for a second straight day wednesday admitting to a house committee that he too had data from his facebook account collected by a third party without his consent zuckerberg's testimony came as lawmakers investigate how the voter profiling company cambridge on olympic harvested data from more than eighty seven million facebook users without their permission and efforts to sway voters to support president donald trump this is soccer a new methodology of the american political pariah jane congressman this is an important question because i think people often ask what the differences between surveillance and what we do and i think the.
"algiers" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You buddy what are we got well tony can i via pat we're just doing our thing over here we got a game of cards gone at this point yes patrick i want to know about the streaker at the waste management that went to jail and said it was worth it okay pico got to algiers not putting the heads hit back okay let's get am rarely hear the jail is worth it but let's dive into you want to repeat that question well the streaker at the waste management over the weekend in phoenix who went to jail and said it was all worth it go familiar with that in his defence who's a frigid morning you know there's a little contraction i feel bad for the gangway you know that of what can you say you got thirty seven seconds of internet flavonols life is ruined when she went around holding his he was a covering up his practice wasn't sort of yeah you know if you're a welltrained absurd i've seen a lot streakers the british open i can see between the fingers right what you could get a powerpacked like a formfitting pouch that's available just to any not streak well that's true technically yeah i mean she went chile you know vintage red hot chili peppers with a saw now gad not bad very good there you go pat you got your question and i feel good all right now you can go on and hey wait it does a great said novel really have i stuck around there you go very good that's how we do it in a warning when it comes to private coverups were we do need to explore those of the options that's all just keep it a real fright probably have lost some i lost my sponsor she i understand i've got one right here for you let's get into it so what are we doing i founded pauley okay we'll be right back on these sports leader back on knbr succeeding jerry red neutral.
"algiers" Discussed on Drugs and Stuff
"If on new year's eve or any other party night yeah you know i just want to pull the plug on era would dot org right now i that was a resource for me and a lot of people um to know what drugs are kind of more uh or less risky to to mix with um as i just want to give them a shout out also users just up a point that make that you know something that we at the drug policy lines like to bring up often and that's that drug effects are predictable i mean this is like the whole kind of point on prohibition and you know one of the arguments against it i mean one of the many but the fact that the the problems that that really come up most often with people who are who are using illegal drugs is the fact that they don't know what they're taking they don't know the dosage they don't know the purity and it's completely impossible to really know what to expect when you don't have that information whereas when you take to add those the kind of got an algiers you take to at bill you know it's pure you know it's from a regulated source you know each pills two hundred milligrams in the recommended dose for an adult is four hundred milligrams you take two of them you can expect for your headache to go away and if you take twenty of them you know you'll expect other you know really adverse effects so it's just really frustrating because people say like oh my god they you know this when when when we talk about your work specifically likes tragically there's always every year a few people dying from overdoses or at least with are called overdoses at music festivals and a lot of them are preventable one because the point i was just making somebody just takes way too much because they just don't know what they have.
"algiers" Discussed on WDRC
"Generally uh choice kinda like it wanted algiers sometimes uses um uh the immune systems loubet leica the guards in a bank in of bank robbers come in uh with guns drawn uh there there's a tendency for the uh the guards the bank not to draw their weapons and start shooting because there is a likelihood that you're going to have some innocent bystanders in the fracas we'll as what happens when you get uh a vaccine or an infection is that yeah you're directing your immune response uh in a puffery laserlike fashioned against the intruder but unfortunately this collateral damage in the cloud will damage may be your joints it may be your brain may be your heart uh maybe other parts your body a experience uh at immune onslaught in your so this is you know what you babies thirty six how long as has been going on for and again better in in any it hitting but it won't on prop up and go away now i i i'm only in my life i'm land sharon minor lumberjack i do i'm very big comes six foot three will not way two hundred and 25 pounds the patch so you're a rough tough hombre and ito here's the thing what i said earlier we talking about the flu vaccine there you know you kind of pacer money and you take chances yeming at i told a woman uh this week that she might be a candidate for a flu vaccine 'cause he has very lousy lung function and fewer to get the flu uh she might be really compromise to the point where she didn't up to the hospital uh you know under circus has like that yelm maybe uh is worth the risk l k you feel as if a couple of days but the protection that it affords he is potentially great now i've looked at the statistics and shared a story a wither losers of the beginning of this hour uh which is the prediction that the flu vaccine this year may be as little as ten percent affective this is based on statistics garnered from australia were they in a terrible flu season spite of uh near universal vaccination cut.
"algiers" Discussed on WDRC
"The treasury by making affective in two thousand eighteen so if they wait until two thousand nineteen they have an x one eight billion dollars floating around algiers all the money they can get because they're trying to get through on the fifth devote basis the majority basis fifty plus beep and uh in order to do that they cannot add more than one and a half trillion budget deficit and as they battling neighbor money in order to get down an and most most of the mamas return uh cut uh one point four six trillion over the years uh is represented by name in the top corporate rate from 35 percent to twenty percent one point so that is practically all of it isn't it i mean if they're shooting john five and are not supposed up for that in order to get through the fifth devote threshold and i really have to stick to that so there's all of that major differences of the charitable deductions would remain as they are and uh there are a number of other changes in the tax code but you know what they're are so many of them we're gonna have to wait until he say if we get a tax proposed bagged what we have seen and that probably there will be so many uh uh in the image that some.
"algiers" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Algiers judd hickinbotham in number one is the weather's sunny breezy for your tuesday look for strong wind gusts later this afternoon the high all stick in the mid 60s number two the falcons hold a state of the team meeting to figure things out after sunday's loss in new england the dropped into three and three of the season and number three is wsb's top story president trump makes an inperson appeal to members of congress today for his proposed tax reform force bonded steven portnoy says more than forty four million households took the state and local tax deduction in 2015 that your benefits go to people who live in states with higher taxes white house argues that the doctrine is unfair to people who live in states with lower taxes just how many families might be in for a tax increase if the deduction is scrapped won't be known until republicans released the details of their plan president says four one k plans will not change get the top story every fifteen minutes on atlanta's morning news police in florida worry there may be a serial killer on the loose in a tampa neighborhood seminal hide civic association president stan lassiter says zebra ward offered we've raised with with the city of tampa police department there's now for twenty five thousand dollars four reward at least three people have been killed since october night within a one mile radius shots were fired at a georgia military base a spokesman says the shots at fort stewart likely were from a domestic argument no injuries were reported after several shots were fired in a parking lot outside a classroom building a woman identified as a civilian has been detained by military police a all will be held this week for the woman who was killed when her car was hit by a flying tire always have three slow any two i've seen us lila his grief unbearable after his daughter dies in a freak accident dad bj alec seen as his planning a funeral thursday in roswell for his daughter juliana she was killed on georgia 400 last thursday when a tire from another car flies off and hits her windshield while she's driving to work she he was married and a mother of two dudes just lie deals by best friend robert orlinsky wsb after just five months on.
"algiers" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"Hello hello i'm ted sightings and this is capital algiers this show is an open exploration of the people and process behind capital allocation through conversations with leaders in the money game we learned had these holders of the keys to the kingdom allocate their time and their capital can keep up to date by visiting capital allocators podcast dot com my guest on today's show is jim dunn the c o n chief investment officer of verger capital management and outsource cio business who's anchor client is weak forest university part of forming verger he served as chief investment officer of wake forest for five years that transition from a sole client to in olshey iowa business is a fascinating part of our conversation before joining wake jim traveled the world as chief investment officer of wilshire associates where among other things he experienced the best story of a manager getting their foot in the door that i've ever heard he got his start in the business trading death spiral convertible bonds at a now defunct hedge fund clean got introduced to manager selection while at investor force our conversation starts with jim's career path and covers a full range of issues in allocating capital we discussed defining risk tolerance a factor based approach to asset allocation separating talent from luck in manager selection the politics of endowment management challenges using internal management and culture if you listen carefully you'll hear a few oneliners jim is chockfull of gems and life lessons.
"algiers" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"Uh with reservations because it's it's kind of form was in many ways but the documentary who's streets is is uh pretty uh grow the flamboyant fund no no they've done his briefly is to relevant to what we just talked about to not mentioned personal goes round level look at at ferguson up the ferguson unrest in it and its aftermath and and they're block lies about her movement and watching this film and battle of algiers in detroit to back to all kinds of interesting echoes of men and the escalation between the protest in the polices two similar to nor also yeah i recommend that but also as all be hopscotch which is coming out or is out already on on a criterion blu ray and and dvd and it is a delight it is a uh a lighthearted a spy thriller odri pay ronald may constructively tomography is kind of all over the place i tried to elegant us in the horse's mouth and you directed such film this the poseidon adventure and meet your uh this is a really skilfully malcolm starring water math elza as a cia agent whose job is trying to get out of the game and can't quite do it in kinda walks away from the job and threatens to publish i tell all memoir and is is followed around the globe by his former coworkers who who include a net beatty and a very young sam waterston than a jackson his his love interest in it uh but i mean everyone's grape at one of method always so great is hide the ultimate water math uh kind of shrugging his way through life role it is a at an amazing performance any delightful spry film filled with a greater musicals q so i would highly recommend film hopscotch and it will just.
"algiers" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"But even though it does focus and really closely on people during individual scenes there's nothing that like lingers in the suffering in the wave at detroit does it's more concerned with with the big picture and with a episodic ongoing developing story that slowly gives you the language like it it doesn't really can textual eyes with history explaining what's going on and why any more than detroit does but you kind of get a language for it over time and you kind of come to understand like the the big forces in relation to each other in a way that i to me detroit just came down to a small group of people harming people in a way that seemed much less emblematic and representational of of something bigger important for fruit from me what makes pedal or jeers more successful as you don't really good no the characters although well you'll know the well enough book what a locsin dubbed the eujordan scoping i feel like we're giving a very big story told in a lot of detail in oriole in a really sprawling way with algiers and an and we don't get out with detroit that's the thing of the the word that keeps coming to my with the guards detroit is is myopia in the in that as a consequence of focusing so much it on this one event that you that you miss a lot of stuff around it and um but by the same token if you think about it as a active journalism heard the cinematic journals and was on fusion of the two it's well reported story right i mean like like if you're if you're talking about like trying to account for the the who what when where whatever of this specific event the film does it thoroughly and effectively in vividly but i think it's just maybe we needed more than that so the battle of algiers available on criterion dvd and blu ray it's also currently streaming on film struck and can be rented from a variety of other sources detroit opened on three thousand plus screens but only the middling box office so you might want to hurry out to see it or not uh we'll we'll be right back with her usual recommendation segment your next picture show.
"algiers" Discussed on Slate's Represent
"Depressing i think um but is set a little bit further in the past it is the movie detroit which was directed by kathryn bigelow and was written screenplay with her friend and collaborator remarkable and i mean there's a lot has been said about it already and i've even said some stuff i was on pop culture happy are a couple of weeks ago talking about it but i do think that there is still a conversation to be hot about this especially i mean just in light of everything that's happening in charlottesville right now um and everything appears to be happening throughout this entire presidency and this movie with coincided timed to coincide with the fifty th anniversary of the detroit riots and just as a quick in case people haven't than paying attention other not aware the detroit movie starts with the detroit riots and it kind of focuses for the most part of the about forty minutes forty minutes meet in our it felt like a very long time on the algiers motel incident which is a very uh heavily disputed uh incident that occurred in the midst of the detroit riots where three young black teenagers black male teenagers were killed in the annexed building of the algiers motel uh there were lots of different types of law enforcement there of all sorts uh detroit detroit pd there was also a national guard was there some state troopers were there and everyone has a different account of what happened several other people who survived the night black people black men and two white women who were in the building were tortured alleged wave for hours.
"algiers" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Of dwayne duty dot com and follow us on facebook but let's let's laid out there right now struggle at a little later bob with some may recall where the death of three latin at handle risk the 1960s seven in what is known as the algiers motel interim are desperate happened is a little unclear filmmakers are kathryn bigelow and her hurt locker koa remark bull her piece together a story based an interview even john her she wrote a book about it earlier active yuban didn't really know exactly what happened you with a year when there weren't any rick lender entered america's inner cities including milwaukee in detroit riots broke out after police raided an actor our carbon to escape the rioted young singer and his friend arctic refuge in the algiers more our party with going on come on albert hired a gun and police detained group for several hours tournament gunman the film and basically three acts the early think about the ride on a brutal interrogation bakr torture of suspects are racists boycott and a trial where they were found not guilty uh black actor john boyega star wars if who security guard were prevented with cards quitnow a the portrayal of event prior after uh interrogated mixture of new flirted with original cream shocker to convert it does have it has earned it apricot equality i compare the more linear interrogation with our quadrupled it and hard to watch the cruelty and structure of the finger reminded me of a film called crony game about a cruel home invasion and graphic way my reaction to this government i cannot give him to press others may come out angry on even but overall.
"algiers" Discussed on Filmspotting
"To show people actively making decisions and actively making decisions not to get involved so we have both sides of that in both carry weight so for example there's a seen very early where we actually watch a character go over pickup something off the street and break that first window that starts the riots it's not about blaming anything on that one character we've certainly seen a lot building up to that point the justifies that outburst of violence but it isn't a case where the glow shoots it as if all of a sudden a riot broke out no a character made a decision to express himself and that was kind of the first domino that fell in this process a character shooting the gun that causes the police to come over to the algiers motel i'm guessing based on the postscript with this film and the facts and different versions of events rolling around this case that that could have been handled in a lot of different ways and she makes the decision bigalow and bowl as the screenwriter to show us the character carl who's played by jason mitchell very good as easy in straight outta compton go over and express his anger with the starter pistol gone and aim at and fire at at the police and the national guard but then as i said on the flip side you have the characters who choose not to get involved and that's even more damning in some ways i think when you were talking about the few bad apples theory i think that does come through a little bit the counter to that would be the way bigalow does show.
"algiers" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"Hello everybody i'm peter travers and welcome to popcorn where we tell you what is happening at the movies end there's a movie now which i love called detroit it set in nineteen 67 during the detroit riots but it has a lot to say about how we live now and my guest today i guess you know him because he did that little star wars thing and is continuing to do but in this movie this is a different john boyega so different john boyega welcome thank you while casiraghi in terms of detroit you play in a real person yep tell us a little about this guy that you well melvin does muses so you're a young man who's trying to go for life with two jobs one of which he says he's a private security guard for this grocery store he is an introvert very softspoken an and means well and on the night of the riots he decided to go out and and try and help but but unfortunately fru from several altercations and been witness to the horrific events that happened at the algiers mattel he brought into the story in ends up being charged with firstdegree murder so it's it's a it's a twist of fate for it well it's incredible because what we're seeing basically we're seeing a lot of bad behaviour from the white cops oh this algiers motel incident jesse seven three young black men are killed just nine of whom are beaten two white women are completely tortured during this time about what's going on in your guy is saying look maybe i can be a calming influence on this powderkeg gums the ryan i mean for me i i am speaking to him you don't wake up in the morning and and do you know decide to find yourself in that situation so decisionmaking is everything can he has to be very very strategic he knew that his presence at the motel could perhaps sway the police force at the time while they were there but at the same time he was kicked out of that scenario in that situation and then ended up being one of the when the victims in this.
"algiers" Discussed on About to Review
"I do think i liked the technical aspects of the movie maybe a little better than you did i like to the cinema verite uh sort of approach um the fault raw i will give it the yeah yeah and and i understand you know people that think that that's just this this salacious sort of way of telling sir i mean she's you cinema verite sort of you are there in both her in everything ends road ordinary and probably even dating by men were sorta locked into those movies his or her kind of benchmark oscar contenders movies um so i i do think an and i think again editing around that algiers motel sequence is is really crisp and that's just terrifying after me to sit you know this i as i watched it um but yeah i i think were the movie breaks down for me and i do think i may be like it a little more than you do but but may not be a lot um but i think it breaks down around everything else it needs to be tighter in the beginning it needs to have a better intro to what happens we need a better context if you're going to give us lots of subplots you've got to be cleaner and the ad you've got you gotta give us one or do not give his four or five of it yeah duluth it and you've gotta you've got to make that court seen tighter and more meaningful because here's the thing we can laugh about kozinski chuckles and our press mci are dead review screen audience because nobody knew he was in it um uh.
"algiers" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"Who was involved in this episode if the algiers motel which in w which was just this heartbreaking miscarriage and misunderstanding and and you had terroristic moment where these detroit cops all of them white took these black teenagers in two young black were a white women pretty much hostage for a few hours in sudan and trying to get to the bottom of a gunshot that they had heard at length readers will ended up dead it was a tragedy the police seemed to be enraged by finding the white exactly the blood yet i thought that was a big part of the animus and but he but there was an african american security guard who was also there who came with the police because he was he wanted to be on the side of law and order and um and so he's kind of this mostly silent observer through this thing and boyega just i thought delivered a fantastic performance even though it was largely quiet but you can he he expresses so very much and then there's a there's a a musician named larry reid who again is also a a real life guy who's story we really do follow kind of in the aftermath which was is just a very moving is just an a very moving movie and and just make you know it reminded me of dunkirk we have these two big movies about big historical events that the filmmakers really approach almost experimentally you know i mean they're not doing kind of a straight linear narrative really foreign yeah and and they're just i just think they're both magnificent and i'm just.
"algiers" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley
"Revolver you carry revolver do have 38 yuzhou do you think about those young i think about costly dismiss sukh still works is a security guard to this day some have not forgiven him for being the face of the law that night that i at the move out of the city because of the threats against me hingis shroff there were threats against you joos hillsides woods no of sewage hughesy just for one side which was the black community dismiss was tried for assault in 1968 he was acquitted by an all white jury i saw him as a survivor and yet at the same time somebody who is deeply wounded by the event you could say that it broke him in an irrevocable way known you want to go none of the three white police officers at the algiers that night were convicted of any wrongdoing how much do you want the audience to see the collateral damage these broken men broken spirits and broken dialogue in between two very disparate cultures that nato embrace one another it's naive perhaps to say to think that that's possible but i i have to fifty years later the detroit neighborhoods where the riots raged have still not recovered though many parts of the city are turning around i mckinnon rose through the ranks to become chief of police in 1994 and served as deputy mayor of detroit until last year we're the algiers motel once stood there is now an open field no plaque marks what happened here some say riot.
"algiers" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
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