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"amar" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"There is no guarantee as we talked about before. But let me say one thing about america compared to row which is that. I win was a republic before became an empire. It wasn't that socio economically diverse. They were basically people in small. Who who who. Who ruled rome itself. So it didn't have when it basically conquers the world. It becomes an an empire but even rome for all his glory. And americans are emulating the romans. That's why we call it. The senate washington dc and you see a lot of classical architecture and the the the age limits twenty five thirty thirty five are actually loosely modelled on a roman called a course of honor. So of course they're thinking very much about the even the very word republic race puplic is latin for the people's thing but here's one thing that america does that romans never do americans beginning in seventeen seventy five for the first time in the world. Start to seriously talk about ending slavery. Not just freeing slaves the The ancient a slave has has existed for most of the world In most places that's not unique to america doesn't begin in sixteen nineteen most places for most of human history have had forms of unfreedom and there were ideas about freeing individual slaves. If you're inclined to the serious think ben hur which is about you know charlton heston of being enslaved and becoming free. Or if you're inclined to comedy. Think a funny thing happened on the way to the forum with zero mastel this conniving slave trying to engineer his own freedom so there is the idea of emancipation individuals as being freed. It's you can see it in the old and the new testament but only americans in seventeen seventy five originate this amazing revolution idea of ending slavery. That's an idea that for the first time. A society to end slavery forms in philadelphia. In seventeen seventy five and Presence will be ben. Franklin who signs the declaration of independence the next year and benjamin rush who signs the declaration of independence and by seventeen eighty pennsylvania will have adopted a constitution that phases slavery out altogether. Not just frank sleighs but ending slavery and and you're from boston and the massachusetts constitution seventeen. Eighty says all people are born free and equal and by seventeen eighty three. The massachusetts supreme judicial court says that means that slavery has to end in math is hereby ended in massachusetts and new hampshire does the same thing and it's going to be followed by connecticut and rhode island and eventually new jersey and new york so so. That's something that the romans never did that. The americans began and begin early on. Okay but point taken about the state level abolishment of slavery in this country. But you know when you say. Seventeen seventy five. It was ninety more years until the sin of slavery was abolished from the nation. At an it had to come through a civil war and so i wonder though the very example that you give professor amar. Does it not show how you know. We learn about the constitution as this great documents. That in that that shows how a nation can come together through compromise but it it has the governing law of the land is also eight compromised document because of its initial allowances for slavery for the disenfranchisement of women. If we wanna expand who the we are in we the people. I mean what you're saying that this actually could have been avoided but it wasn't they chose. They chose the continuation of the enslavement of human beings. Over a greater moral. 'cause that you said was being undertaken beginning to be undertaken in seventeen seventy five. Well put so. Let's talk about the two issues you identify which are two of the three biggest areas of exclusion discussing great length in the book and wine is women. We'll talk about that in just a minute. But let's talk about slavery first. I claim that for all the impressive thing. The founders did. They really made one enormous mistake. Which is going to eventually lead to a civil war and on the almost the the destruction of everything that they that they succeeded in doing. And that's that they failed to put slavery on a path of ultimate extinction and my claim is they could have had a different compromise. It would have been compromised but would have been a better compromise. The constitution at its best borrows from state constitutions that emerged as early as seventeen seventy six. So it's not coming from the mind of james madison's coming from the american experience and the best and on issue. The constitution copies the best state practice written constitutions. That's eleven states. Half bicameral legislatures all the states except pennsylvania and georgia three branches of government judicial review regular elections census which pennsylvania has new york has but the other stones on issue after issue. The constitution follows the best state practice and this was smart. They're listening to the american people. They forget to adopt a bill of rights and immediately in the ratification period. Folks say hey dudes you forgot the rights which we have the state bills of rights and they fix that mistake. The best state constitutions like the pennsylvania. One that i mentioned put slavery on a path of ultimate extinction. It was a compromise. They didn't get rid of it immediately but they basically said we will phase it out and in my view the framers should have done is in effect instead of giving an extra credit to Slave states forever for every slave that you have you get credit in the house of representatives and the electoral college not full credit but still three fifths credit which means that for every slave the kidnapped from africa bring across the atlantic and a hellish middle passage in with bull whips and chains for every person that you do that to. You actually get more vote in the house of representatives and the electoral college and that was horrible and there was an alternative. The alternative would have been okay..
The Secret Digital Marketing Life of Franchises with Neel Parekh
"Now. Obviously doing the franchise model has its own set of challenges in union alec decisions especially like being a digit like doing the digital marketing. How are you approaching. Because you could obviously do it all for them you can tell them you're on your own you're just gonna license like what's your approach yet. And so this is what. I love about the local market. Neither do you might notice you. Also local market and cleaning on top of that. I think clean companies are probably two years behind the curve in terms of marketing digital marketing Late with everything so as long as you're on pace with the way to the marketing is going. You're already ahead of the competition. So it's not that hard in my opinion to beat most of the competition just by doing based foundation stuff and a lot of local companies. Don't always doing so if your marketing. You know what you're doing. You're ahead of the competition. So i consider things certain foundational things you whichever here. He's listening already. Knows about this about this stuff we franchise or would take care of because i know this is critical for the franchisee success. Seo having optimized website doing email capture and actually doing email marketing are this desert-like sem amar to national aspects of which you'd be surprised most companies do not do. There's lot of local companies. I think as a staff as 2017 was forty five percent of local companies. Don't even have a website. So yeah we take care of that kind of base south in terms of the marketing and then We provide the actual playbook of what can work resemble if be up valdez to do it. Here's the ad copy could have google ad where it's the on the franchisees to work with media preventive ours actually get that done A lot of the stuff is proven out here. Know it's very market by market so example los angeles yelps huge yup. Big in california. But i've heard that maybe the midwest it's not that big day like angie's list right so we don't want to force things which might not work in that. Local market based off google marketing. We take care of it because that's gonna work nationwide other stuff which could be more localized. We provide the playbook and then He would be charged during
"amar" Discussed on AP News
"The streets of me Amar defiance a day after security forces killed more than 100 people. In the bloodiest day since the Q began, demonstrators in Yangon chanted in unison as they marched down the street charged with anger by the cracks on the day before The over 100. People killed several with Children Under 16 years old people came out in force and away a man's Alaia or again met with police force. The number of kidding, since the Q has now totaled over 420 According to multiple counts. The recent violence by police and soldiers took place throughout the country is near Mars military celebrated the annual Armed Forces Day holiday with the parade in the country's capital map. It'll The bloodshed quickly true international condemnation both from diplomatic missions within me, Amar and from aboard. I'm Karen Sharma's AP News for Friday March 26 I'm Tim McGuire. Dominion voting systems files of $1.6 Billion defamation lawsuit against Fox News, arguing the cable news company tried to boost ratings by falsely claiming Dominion rigged the 2020 election. Stephen Shackelford is a Dominion attorney. They did this by intentionally providing a platform for guests like City Powell and Rudy Giuliani to appear on Fox programming who Fox and its hosts knew. Completely unreliable sources and would tell these lies on Fox is able Fox News says it will vigorously defend against what it calls a baseless lawsuit. Georgia Governor Brian Camp praised the bill he signed yesterday changing the state's election laws. This new law will expand voting access in the Peach state. The reaction is different. At the White House that atrocity President Biden, adding..
Myanmar coup: 'We were told to shoot protesters', say police who fled
"For me Amar have talked to the BBC, saying they fled across the border into India. After refusing to carry out the orders of the military, which seized power in a coup last month. In some of the first such interviews outside the country. More than a dozen defectors told us they escaped, fearing that before stew, kill or harm civilians. Security forces in the country accused of killing protesters into democratically elected government was overthrown in February. Are South Asia. Correspondent. Virginia Virgin, Nothin, reports. Way given for quite a while. And Avery, dusty and bumpy road on We've come to a border town. I'm just looking out across The river, the river TL and that he's basically the border between India and Myanmar's. I can see a very colorful washing line with clothes hanging out. Well, that is in Myanmar, where I'm standing right now is in India and he's across this river. That dozens of people in recent weeks have fled the military crackdown in Myanmar. Coming to India for safe passage. It's in a small town along the border. We need two dozen of the policemen and women who are now hiding in India. The group all in their twenties, say they're terrified. They say they ruled it by the military in Myanmar to use violence against their own people. The first time name whose name we've changed to protect his identity is sharing his story, Son. Don't let that happen. The cut as protests were taking place. My boss ordered us to fire at the crowd. I refused to shoot them. I said I'd rather side with the people later I told him I was going to visit my family. That's when I ran away to military is becoming more and more brutal. As we speak named, pulls out his phone to show me photos of the family he left behind a wife and two daughters, 15 years old, the other just six months. Made me Don't make us come on. I'm worried that may not be possible to meet my wife and Children again named in the police officers. We met shared photos of them on duty on their ideas. The BBC is unable to independently verify their stories is pro democracy protests escalate across me and mark Security forces in the country have been accused of killing people. Mobile phone footage shared with US by activists shows protesters dragged to the ground and beaten. Some of the footage is distressing. His 22 year old police constable told me he witnessed brutality firsthand insight in coma coma, Viv went out with the military threatening toe harass peaceful protesters. People were beaten up. I had sleepless nights when I saw innocent people bleeding. My conscience wouldn't permit me to take part in such evil acts. Authorities in the animal have asked India to return any defectors toe up hold friendly relations. Offices. We talked to say they can't go back. Grace his name. We've changed. He's one of two female officers we met who's defected. She said she saw the military use sticks and rubber bullets to round up protesters. And on one occasion, salt tear gas being fired into a group, which included young Children. Once I'm officiating, they wanted us to arrest our friends. If you continue to remain in Myanmar, a life would be in danger. We want peace to come quickly to the country and for the military to be defeated, moving 100. People have now taken refuge here in the mountain, a state of misery arm Since the coup, local politicians say they'll provide temporary help to those arriving from Myanmar. These people flee to this northeastern corner of India. The national government has yet to decide what happens to the next
Pope Francis visits Iraq in historic trip
"Francis is on day two of his historic visit to Iraq. Meeting with the nation's top Shia Muslim cleric and visiting an important religious site. ABC senior foreign correspondent in panel is in Iraq with the details Pope Francis on a historic pilgrimage to the birthplace of Abraham. Father of Christianity, Judaism and Islam. It's the first time any pope's being to Iraq and it's a high risk trip, the country wracked by years of war and sectarian violence that's targeted Christians and other minorities, the country still reeling from the terror of Isis. Earlier this morning, Francis traveled to the holy city of Najaf on Don't almost unthinkable closed door meeting between the head of the Catholic Church on one of the most powerful figures in sheer Islam, Grand Ayatollah Ali al Sistani. Unprecedented security surrounding the visit the popemobile deemed unsafe Francis instead traveling in an armored BMW, protected by a huge cordant of heavily armed troops, and it's not just security concerns. 119 cases are spiking here, but strict all day curfews ignored by crowds wanting a glimpse of history in the making. On Friday, Francis praying at our Lady of Salvation Cathedral in Baghdad, where Isis suicide bombers killed dozens of worshippers in 2010. Isis drove the Christians from this town and desecrated this ancient church using it as a firing range. Archbishop Amar was the first to re enter the church after Isis was pushed out what he filmed at the time. Is on the left on the right What it looks like today the holy father, who will be the fiercest person who will play After the liberation off rebuilding the church.
Woman Shot Protesting Myanmar Military Takeover Dies
"Young woman shot by police during protests in me. Amar died Friday the first confirmed death among thousands of demonstrators defying the military government during protests against the February 1st coup. The U. S State Department is calling on the military and Myanmar to refrain from violence. I'm Nora Rahm NPR
Are Republicans or Democrats better for the stock market?
"When you're thinking about current events. We don't really know for sure how everything is going to play out at this point. I mean, we know that binds in the White House Democrats not have the tiebreaker, and Kamila Harris, the vice president, tied 50 50 there. And then, of course, the Democrats controlled by the Congress, House representatives controlled by the Democrats as well. Does the market really care if it's the Republican part of the Democratic Party? Do they are this Amar the markets More concerned with What are the policy's going to be? Maybe? Yeah, I think there's a lot of interesting is going on. Obviously a couple, you know, obviously what goes on in D. C. It's very disturbing, I guess, And it's easy for people get caught up in the noise and feel unsettled, right and the reality. It does build anxiety. And as things seem unsettled, so you know, I want to try to put some things in perspective because What I talk about with my clients and what I see happening, what's important to focus on But the reality is is Yeah. What do we know? Well, the Democrats have the majority and all three branches. But what's important, understand about all this is the market's care about policy, not party. It always has. And so when it comes to policy, bad policy is bad policy but is gonna wait and see what happens. We don't know what policies they're gonna roll out. Now. Our fear is that we'll get we'll swing way too far one way to the left for people and create some bad policies. Whatever. But the reality is is that's probably not going to happen. I mean, we are in the middle of a pandemic. Mark, you know, so Realities is what's happening now on what we see is because of that. What's going to be coming for sure is more stimulus. So we are going to have more stimulus. We're gonna have more checks. We're gonna have some stimulus on infrastructure spending and no tie those type of things. And so that's something that the market actually likes. Because in the pandemic We've created a You know, a situation where the government has to step in and you know, create the stimulus. So the markets waiting for that, But we're definitely going to see more
Rain and snow brought by an "atmospheric river" hit California
"Valley weather right now. 48 to raining at Radio City today High of 54 rain Today There's a flood advisory on the West Side. 2 Ft of Snow has already fallen in the 12 Me Meadows area. The city, Amar said, is reporting that the storm is down more than 200 trees and more rain is coming. We're still under a high wind warning set to expire around noon tomorrow for your Thursday high 50 to rain and snow that atmospheric river in the forecast the rest of the week.
Genesis Amaris Kemp On Addressing Racism
"You wanna grab you some coffee or tea or something. You know what. I don't need to because i'm talking to jenness earth now gets anti-people butcher the middle name. Souther like amri amri or amari to at pronunciation with stuff. So i mean how often do jokingly mispronounce things but it a marris in case you're wondering its genesis amar's camp but i just go with the flow. You are a writing consultant no. I don't consult alrighty. I i give writing tips. I do inclusion diversity Address myself at the beginning of this. I i am doing this Out of a long day at work at a starbucks and back to back meetings at cure. Because i am just really happy to talk to you. I know you're looking like are you sure about that. Because you're you look confused all tie. No no i mean that's all about. I like to goof off. But i mean really before. We even started talking about this. You mentioned that you're also from texas. And i think that is wonderful. Because like i've been interviewing a lot of diverse creatives of backgrounds and zoe's like okay. That's awesome does meaning people from other world but what about here in texas and do you think in your life. I numbers making up words. I i was like in your love. I'm like wait. what did i just say. I noticed that you had a guy in the background. And he's probably like hearing the other rooms like what is she talking do. That's my cousin and hell walk by. I'm gonna monitor. Make sure like okay. He's talking to. She's talking to white guy. I gotta make sure nothing. Bad goes on I know that's my cousin. He's doing on. My husband normally walks walks by sometimes or if or if he sees my light on. He knows on recording. Sometimes they'll just crawl behind instead of cameo appearances will put those bunny ears would be. I don't think people do that anymore. They just put fingers right behind someone that orca. Let me rewind again. You are a creative content writer up there right yes howard. How did you start writing like what. What's the origin of your creative passion. Said i really started in high school. Just wanting to ride more creative Creatively n I was in english class. And i hate writing prompts. That had no meeting. So i started to just Free hand right stuff and they're like oh your writings pretty good. We think you should enter it in a magazine so i entered in the school magazine one apprised etc and. It was a way for me to be therapeutic back then. Could to just get your thoughts out of your head onto paper in the creative juices. Just begin flowing in you know one thing led to another and i was riding on and off in. I left it alone for a bit in about. Let's see three years ago. I picked it back up then. Just being going solid and little did i know book was inside of me. What book was that chocolate. Drop in corporate america from the pit to the palace. so this is my lovely or yesterday The front design of. I mean so i mean i want to ask about cover are which i think. It's an interesting subject for authors. How did you design or like Create that particular heart because you see a lot of figures in the foreground Again you show the bargain. Yes yeah yeah like you see like a diverse group of people With one of of bloopers here. Because i i'm i'm on a roll on these different things but i do like the unification of this because this is something that i'm hoping organiser cousin fatal can it is where are you. Oh i thought a cedric. No that's good but is what was the sort of the inspiration behind that book in particular so mainly just talking about inclusion diversity. There's a world in the background to represent that the issues that we face in america can happen worldwide. It's just that we need to be open. An appearance about it. Really talk about the trials and tribulations that a lot of us face whether it's personal or professional than i had people from all nationalities as well as different career feels so different industries to let people know no matter what industry you are in like. We have all went through something in life where we have been slided whether it was through ageism sexism. Racism systemic racism oppression or whatever the case may be. There has been times where we felt like. We did not along due to the way that he would treat it as or reffell like we were overlooked. Because people said okay your resume stand out or we feel like you're overqualified or your underqualified or we're not going to hire you because you're just you know you're not the right fit for the position for whatever reason and then they give you a answering your light what that doesn't make any sense so that's why you see. The diverse group on the cover of the book and the title of the book is called chocolate drop in corporate america which is controversial to sam. But once you really look at the entire cover are in you see okay. The title says this but the cover shows inclusion diversity in it also shows a world. I wanted people to double take in say okay. I wonder what this book is about. Let me pick this book. Up if i get unraveling and then the subtitle is from the pit to the palace because sometimes we have to go through dark seasons in our life in order to appreciate the the brightness and to appreciate the glory days
"amar" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Incitement of Amar, but the capital was the most dangerous crime ever committed by a president Democratic. Rep. Jamie Raskin said Sunday the storming of the capital was part of Trump's effort to dismantle and overturn Joe Biden's election victory. Democrats have not yet said when they will send the impeachment article to the Senate, which is needed before Trump's trial could begin a spokesperson for President Trump dismissing the effort, calling it quote an impeachment hoax. Plus thousands of National Guard troops heading to Washington, D. C. Are getting vetted because some defense officials are concerned about a possible attack. During President elect Joe Biden's inauguration. National Guard troops are all over Washington Manning checkpoints on just about every downtown straight ahead of the inauguration. But defense officials are concerned about an insider attack from the troops. So the FBI is checking the backgrounds of each one. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy says he's Warren commanders to be on the lookout for any problems within the ranks and that there is no place for extremism in the military about 25,000 troops are expected. To be here for the ceremony. That's at least 2.5 times more than other inaugurals. Fox's Jill NATO and the Army issued a statement tonight saying the D C National Guard is also providing additional training to service members as they arrive in D. C and in the final days, serving as VP vice president Mike Pence, making a stop in New York, reflecting back on the attacks of 9 11, we step forward after that day. I've been at the heart of the war on terror, and it's because of you. It's because of you that we reach the 19th anniversary of that terrible day. Just last year,.
Why Is My Email Marketing Not Working?
"Let's dive into this and let's talk about why your email marketing isn't working if you're listening to this and you just feel a bit disheartened by the you know you send an email and maybe it's it's like to me just feel like nobody cares. Nobody loves you. nobody's listening. Nobody's buying anything. That's the worst bit and you just feel like it's just not working. That's what we want to talk about here today. I think the first thing we need to do is talk about what is not working. What does that mean. 'cause i think if there's a bunch of different people listening to this with different who all think in their email marketing is not working that might be triggered by different things. Maybe somebody sending emails literally. Nobody's opening them. Maybe somebody else's sending emails and lose people opening them but they're not getting any sales so i suppose let's dig into some of the possible options here are about what people might think of as not working. Yeah i mean. This isn't that we talk to league members about. Isn't it like every month whom you've got. We have to group. Coaching calls a month and pretty much every session. Somebody comes across and says they spit not working. And so we say okay. That's nice what do you mean by not working. And i think the first thing we've got to remember is a lot of us look at open rates as a signal as to whether your email marketing is not working. How do people are opening our emails. The problem with that is it's not that useful a metric. it's well it's not totally unuseful. We have talked about in previous episodes. The reason that we obsessed with an open rates is because it's the big number that the amar in platform shows us because they have that data to some degree. So i think open rates is probably not a good indicator that it's not working. The the point is interesting is if they suddenly started plummeting so if your open rate is x. percent and let's say it's twenty percent and then suddenly it goes to eighteen. Then it's fifteen than it's just saying this declining open rate then. That's a trend. Definitely take up. What are they going. Remember is this question which we get in the free facebook group that you will mark community and all over. The place is what's a good open rate. We probably see that a couple of times a month over in the group right under the answer is always the same. The reasonable like no. It's not a nice answer right. It's not what anybody wants to hear. But we gotta remember the business and email marketing. That goes with. It is a one player game. That's a really important thing to think about email. I'm business all of that. It is a one player game. You are your numbers. Is your revenue up. Is your prophet up. Is your open rate up on what your numbers doing in your business and the only aim of your game that your plan right now is to increase your numbers. Whatever you're starting out you might be at a sixty percent open rate that we talked about with guests in the past who've had that all u continuing to maintain that and sometimes you're going to see declines because of those we'll get into in a second so let's forget about open rates as an indicate a directly of whether it's work or not fact. We have a different number that we like to actually consider think. Yeah just before we talk about that. Think the other thing that's interesting about open. Rates is the most people are expecting too much from their email straightaway. So like we've had people come onto our into our hotline coaching calls in the league. Or just you know. Talk to us events. And they've said things like i've got only sixty percent of my people opened my emails. And what they mean by that. Is there's a whopping forty percent of people that's four hundred out of every thousand the not opening my emails and they feel like that's a catastrophe and actually that's in most industries would be considered an almighty big open. So i think again. Don't expect too much from your email if you are just getting started and you're really looking at this and you're kind if you think you number is low because you you know what are the people's must be by you know surely it's going to be higher than that. So that's the first thing is doing this heart until you've at least investigates find okay. Great book what other other people in my marketplace. What what should. I be washed. I'll be aiming for is like benchmark right. I in one player game. You want to do that. You're not aiming for eighty percent when everyone else in your industry is only getting twenty percent. That's an unrealistic place to start. You want to at least be aiming for about the same saw a number but the as can he said the metric we really look for is nothing really to do with open rates or click through rates or any of that stuff. It's actually to do with how much money you're gonna make per subscriber per month because at the end of the day. You can't pay your bills. You can't pay your staff you can't pay for all that software the ears you compared to listening to this podcast quits. Right you can't pay all of the stuff that you see with with open rates. Click through rates. Instead you want to actually making sales so there's this old adage and i don't know where it's coming from but i think it's a myth this ancient thing that's been going around saying you should be able to earn an. I heard again this morning. One dollar per subscriber month in your business so if you've got one on subscriber you should make doll. I've got a hundred subscribers. You make one hundred dollars thousand subscribers. You should make thousand dollars now. I know that a lot of businesses are struggling to actually get anywhere close to that number so i think first of all. That number is a myth. However if you do it right you can make significantly more than one dollar per subscriber per month under that. The metric is higher than one dollars per subscriber per month. But what you really want to be focused on is that number which is a like a cocktail of things. it's a cocktail of urban rates and click through rates and conversion rates. And all of that stuff. Because of course they do factor into that equation. If nobody is opening your emails. You're not gonna make any money per month. So they do factor into it but it's it's way more complex than just open rates quickly rates because again it factors in the stuff you promoting the relationship you've got with your list. How often you make office. I mean one of the things to remember as well. I think people forget. This is about the sample size like how many people are on your list. That really affected. And it's like it's double edged sword as well so for example. If you've got a a massive list well as your list grows in general because of technology and because of all the constraints around tack basically your open rates and a lot of your deliverability percentage wise are gonna come gonna come down because you'll like working. These servers a lot harder which means all of the email providers. Esp's eugene males and your white males and hot meals and all that stuff are all going to get a bit more sensitive. You're sending a lot of email. We're going to have considerate less personal. So we're gonna give you slightly less deliverability that's kind of what happens so with a lodge list. It's actually very natural for as this grows for that deliverability for that open rape and for those numbers per subscriber to watch to actually reduce the other thing to remember is with a small list. So that's the good thing we a big list of calls you've got more people. And that's a lovely flip side of that smaller list. you can have probably higher open rates. Probably more earnings per subscriber most more sales and more value per subscribe. But the pop. The the negative is that you you. Have you have a smaller sample size. You have less data you literally have less people going through an off. I when you put it out there so if you've got fifty people on your list and let's see hundreds making make the math easy because that's not do kennedy math live on the show. So let's do a hundred people on your list and you put them you send them to an offer to a sales page off a page and one person buys it you might go to one percent conversion rate will you have. You've only put one central of hundred people. Compare that two thousand where you might get ten people by might get twenty people by. You're not giving enough of all over opportunity so you do constantly balance those two things and of course a big a big a list is probably not will take all over a smaller list in general but just be aware that but as it grows you might get those numbers deplete so think about the first part of this gas is to think about. What do you mean by. It's not working. Does it mean i'm not making sales. Because that is the ultimate macro metric. All you make in sound. What is your earnings per subscriber and is it going up or is it coming down. That's what you want know. Take a period of time january. How did we make some scribner and that simple math. Isn't it simply number two subscribers and it's the people are and how much earned that month from the from the subscribers right lovely stuff.
Filmmakers appeal to Congress to save movie theaters
"90 the filmmakers There now appealing to Congress to save the movie theaters across this country. They've been taken a huge hit Many Amar still shut down out there and they went to lawmakers yesterday to try to get some support for you know, the theaters all across the
Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah, Kuwait’s Emir, Dies at 91
"And the ruler of Kuwait Shake Saba Amar Al Sabah has died at 91. He had presided over the small oil rich countries since 2006. Hours after his death, his half brother, the Kuwaiti Crown prince was
"amar" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"And they're both Amar is waiting. Go ahead. Go ahead. Take your best punch. Go ahead. Go ahead, Go right back and forth. You know they call themselves f's and bees and also stuff. They want the person from the first point because then legally you're defending yourself. Right? Right. These people they're standing there inches from the police face screaming at the police holding up the middle finger telling the police to go do this. This and this and I hope your wife gets raped and I hope your kids get killed there screaming at the police, So they're they want the police to take a shot at them. They're not peaceful Protesters The peaceful protest ng Happened three hours earlier. I'm talking 11 o'clock at night. This is what we're talking about. And the Seattle Times is the whole thing on how they're getting injured. Listen, you went to the thing you knew when it started to turn around. You know the police start to fire this tear gas. You want to stand in there and fight with the cops? The reason they're protesting because they believe that police are brutalizing them. They're going They're going to take this fight to the police and the fight is coming back. The police were defending themselves or at least trying to disperse the crowd. You've seen the self right? I'm separating the protesters. Fromthe writers. I listen, I have no problem with separating the protesters from the writers. There are some people again as you will would say. Writers write. We'll take that term. They're certain people who yes, who want a problem? There are several tens of others, the vast majority who are not looking for a problem. They're frustrated. They're angry. Yes, and they're going to look at the policeman right in his face and say, You know, I'm bothered by you. They're going to use whatever language they choose. Because isn't it is their right. To be able to look and go. I'm frustrated by this system and what you represent. Why is that a problem? What's the issue with that? Okay, there's no issue with standing there screaming at the police officer in his face, although it was completely irrational, you could do. That's 1st 1st amendment, right if you like to yell at another human being, because you're so full of love that you want to yell inches from a cop's face. Got it. So right now it's a standoff at this point, that the the way you're illustrating this person screaming at the cop that they're frustrated because they believed all the crap coming out of the media or social media that that the cops are all racist cop standing there, the person screaming, and then somebody cup starts throwing rocks and bottles at cops, then make an announcement. At this point, we're going to begin to disperse the crowd were going to fire this. This and this warning you now, letting you know they do a whole bunch of warning stuff. You khun egress to the east of the West, which would throw me off because I know good with Houston West up. And now this one that given fair warning. Here it comes. Here comes the gas. Here comes the bomb thing. Here comes a smoke. Would you stay there? I think it depends on what depends on depends on why I'm there. Okay. Whatever. Give yourself a reason. And then tell me, Would you stay there? When they tell you we're going to begin to use gas? Would you stay? Oh, yeah, absolutely Okay, someone in my community, So let's go all the way back because your entire what's your concept was built on the premise. So we're starting from the point of They believe something from the media that they've heard that all cops are racist. Well, absolute that That's not what we've heard. We've not heard all cops are racist. That's not what we've said on. So I'll say I'll take it from a really instance of Yeah, in my community. I've watched People be brutalized, beaten up by cops unjustifiably over and over and over. I've seen it with my own eyes. OK, right. So if if I saw it, and I felt frustrated by and I showed up to a rally because I wanted to voice myself. Yeah, I would sit there. This is my right. What do I need to leave for? Right. I'm here. You don't have a right. I'm not doing anything to you. I have a right to assemble to peacefully protest. That's what I'm doing yet, But in in the a little sort of demonstration we put forward Screaming and yelling, Then stuff gets thrown there throwing bottles at the cops. They're doing this sort of stuff. And the cops at that point say now we're going to disperse this at this point you've been fair warned. There is going to be some gas. It's going to be uncomfortable. Do you continue to stay? If you stay, then you are going to receive.
Myanmar soldiers confess for first time to mass killings, rapings of Rohingya
"First time members of Myanmar's military have openly confess to slaughtering members of the country's Rohingya Muslim minority to soldiers have admitted to killing dozens of civilians in 2017 and burying them in mass graves. The soldiers deserted the military and are now being held at the International Criminal Court in the Netherlands, one of the man private meal win, Tune said in his video confession. That his superiors told him to shoot all you see, and all you hear, including Children and Amy and get confusing. My general in his actions were part of a scorched earth campaign when Myanmar security forces for some 750,000 Rohingya from their homes into Bangladesh. Matthew Smith from the Thailand based Human Rights group. Fortify Rights has analyzed the video confessions. Matthew these air, really stunning toe Watch. What are the most explosive admissions? We here In these videos? Both of the soldiers in these phoned confession's admit to killing upwards of 180 civilians between the two of them. That's men, women and Children. Both of these soldiers were operational into different areas of northern Rick Kind state at the same time, and the fact that they both were given orders to Qilong Rohingya or exterminate all Rohingya. Essentially they were given orders to commit genocide in the fact that they were in two separate areas at the same time would indicate some coordination at the higher levels of the Myanmar army. There's also the issue of rape and sexual violence, You know, in one village called Jet Jochen, we knew there was a tremendous amount of rape and sexual violence committed by members of military against Rohingya. And one of these soldiers on an intern was operational in jet Yo pin while this rape was taking place, and he confesses to standing guard, while superior officers raped several running a women You've analyzes confessions. We can't independently verify their authentic. Why do you think they're credible? Essentially everything that these two men share in the testimonies can be corroborated or already has been corroborated by Our previous human rights documentation as well as the U. N fact finding mission and others and these two men appeared on the Bangladesh border presented themselves to Bangladesh authorities seeking protection confessing their crimes further. Yeah, That's also an interesting part of the story. How these confessions happen. They just appear together on the border at Bangladesh told their stories offered names and ranks of 19 of their superiors who say they gave the orders for war crimes. That seems like a really risky move on their part. So why did they do it? Do you know what motivated them? I want to believe that they were motivated by a desire for justice by desire for the truth and a desire for the BMR military to be held accountable for its actions. I think it's also noteworthy that both of these soldiers come from ethnic minority groups and for a very long time, we've know that some pretty at times brutal discrimination takes place within the ranks of the medium or military itself. I mean, I think of Aunt Song Suki, Myanmar's most public politician, She's artfully dodged the allegations of genocide. How can the Nobel Peace Prize laureate possibly walk away from this body of testimony? In many ways, her credibility internationally in shot. She has become a mouthpiece in many ways for the Myanmar military. She's doing the work of the military in denying that these atrocities had taken place. The Rohingya that you're in touch with Matthew how they reacted to these confession videos. Many people in the community are very hopeful. Right now. This is a moment that a lot of people for a very long time we're telling the writing of people this would never happen. A lot of people were dashing the hopes of the community saying, You know, The Hague is too far away from me, Amar. The military is immune from this type of accountability. And I think today a many Rohingya have expressed quite a lot of hope for justice and accountability. Think the people that I'm speaking with running in the camps and wrangle were in Yangon right now and elsewhere in various countries in the world? They know this isn't a silver bullet. They know this is not the answer, but they do recognize that this is a tremendous blow to Myanmar's denials.
"amar" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Playing the part of Chile Amar in this morning's production. Dana McKay is here until we nab Toby and chilly in the morning on 97.1 wash them. Dana. What's up with your husband and masks? He wants to start asking people Tio removed their mask just for a second step back so that we can see their faces. And this came up because a couple weeks ago our son had to go to the dentist. And after the dentist appointment, I was asking him, you know, was the dentist nice and bubbly. I need to go and we went on the website to figure out who the dentist and the dental assistant were. And there were so many people. We couldn't figure it out because they had been wearing masks. And so he said. I want to ask people to take their mask off so I can see their faces. And I'm like you can't do that. That would be creepy. Yeah, that is an interesting conundrum. Dana. It's one thing to want somebody to remove their mask. If they're socially distance from you, so you could understand what they're saying. Because truth Sometimes these masks muffle everything and you can't really under Stand what you're trying to say to somebody I could get that. But I don't know that I would feel comfortable was walking up to somebody and saying May do you think you could pull your mask down so I could see what your face looks like? A really like to see your smile. I could see myself going from 0 to 60 on the creep. Ometer really quickly If I were to say something like that, it would be too weird happened at a restaurant the other night, too. We go there a lot, And after the waitress walked away, he said, Have we had her before? Because I can't see her face. Can I ask her to take the mask down? I was like No, please. No, it just hit me the other day in top stories. You were talking about a company that actually is printing masks now with like the bottom half of your face on it. Do you remember that I D'oh I do, and I told him about it And I said, Do you want one of these and he said he does, but he's like, I'm not really concerned about my face. I want to able to see everybody else's. But I think I'm going to get him one. They do really look like your face. It's like they take a picture of your face, and they make the entire bottom from the nose down into a man. I just found the link. The company is called mask alike dot com from the creator of Mask that unlock your phone featured in the Wall Street Journal mascot Like so they print your face on the bottom half of make your nose down and around your your face your chin your lips so people will probably do a double take. But then they'll have an idea of what you look like. Although I will say this is seeing these masks in action and some of the pictures on this website. They do look a little creepy. They definitely looked a little creepy, but it'll help you. So to be able to see what somebody looks like. And for my husband. I think he should wear that, as opposed to the anonymous guy Fawkes mask that he's been walking around with talk about creepy. I look forward to you sending us a photo of what your husband's mascot like Mask looks like if and when you do get it because, like I said, they're a little bit creepy and might make for a good laugh. And if you want to see what they look like, Go to the Toby in Chile Show page at wash FM dot com. Dane isn't for Chili Amar today until the nap. It is 97.1 Wash FM coming up in just minutes and producer Kayla, I want you to join us for this conversation, too. If your family were to be a famous family from like movies, reality shows, TV shows, even animated shows or movies. Who would they be? And why I think about this guys will talk about it coming up next with Toby and chilly in the morning on 97.1, Wash. FM. Right now, though, DC traffic spot you want to try to avoid is the freeway Southeast Southwest Freeway. Now Construction has the two left lanes blocked in D C westbound, You're going to find it slow from Maine Avenue to Third Street Tunnel, which is affecting 6 95 westbound that slow between the 11th Street Bridge and Third Street Tunnel. Now you also going to find construction on the eastbound side of 3 95 at the 12th Street Tunnel in Maine Avenue Jam back to 14th Street, and it's slow and Fairfax on I 66 eastbound between Exit six. And Nutley Street. Exit 62. That your traffic up to the minute This report is sponsored by Marlow Furniture, Marlowe Fractures Red, white and blue Sail. Fire Up your Fourth of July with Marlo's best offer ever safe, 65% off all living room and bedrooms, 65% off climbing furniture and dining sex. It's the red,.
The Squishy, Slimey Science Of ASMR
"Okay. So matty yes. Ma'am our tour guide through the world of is Julia Puerto. We're going to hear from her in a bit. She is a real life person who experiences. Asmar Real live one and researches it s Mars not exactly a big field of scientific study and it's only been a thing in public discussion for about a dozen years. That's about win. In two thousand seven people began to find each other and build communities online calling this feeling they had Asmar so these people just like get relief. Zenda out by whispering. There's a whole host of different triggers for different people. It could be whispering soft tapping rustling of paper. There seems to be a visual component to all of this not always things like slow movements delicate hand gestures can induce an. As Amar experience one of the most popular a s M artists on YouTube. That's what the people who make these. As videos on liner called is a darling here. She has quietly touching a little house. Housemate of Legos with her fingernails. Yeah here she is unwrapping a starburst is a starburst and mean unwrapped my personal favorite here. She is counting down slowly in a whisper from one thousand nine ninety these videos Vega millions of views on Youtube six. When you and I hear this we hear it but for some people they feel it. And that's what happens for Julia and those who experience asm art. It's a little bit like music juice chills or orange spot. Chill so sometimes you know if you haven amazing speech like Martin. Luther King's speech. You might get those kind of those goosebumps those shivers up your spine. Which is really kind of complex emotional aesthetic response to some people experience other people diners so this is young woman doing this in. You're like looking at her face and she's really close to the camera. It seems very intimate. Is this like? Is this a sex thing? On to be honest. That was my initial thought to. I don't experience I assume are Julius said based on studies she's done monitoring those who do not the feeling of getting turned on eight. I'll research we of course measured people's heart rates and on average heart rate decrease when people watched a small fires which is exactly the opposite of what you would expect. If it was somehow sexually arousing why but that makes me feel better about it it. Is it something else? So it's not like this sexual feeling what is it like in the brains of people who experience it. What's going on? We don't actually know what is happening. Truly in the brains of people who experience it nor how many people experience it at all the important thing to know here is. There isn't a ton of scientific research on this topic. There is one study though that really interested Julia. It's a two thousand sixteen paper by Canadian researchers that looked at the brains of people who experience Asmar when their brains run a restful state basically not doing anything and they looked at this specific network within the brain. Something called the default mode network which is associated with things like daydreaming in mind wandering and also self-referential thought and what they found was the essentially that they thought that the brain network activity at rest shows that the less able to inhibit sensory emotional responses. Basically they were less able to separate the link between what their senses are picking up and what they're feeling in their bodies sensory emotional experiences weren't as suppressed. Okay that makes sense to me. They experienced their sensors in a different way. Then like I experience my son says or something like that kind of like I said. This is one of many early studies. And what's also interesting is how people are experimenting with new. Asmar triggers on the Internet. Remember the using I mentioned earlier. Yeah I remember that it was unfortunate. I have with me in my hand Something that produces sound and I'm going to introduce it to you. Oh Nice little bit of flare. So what I'm holding in. My hand is slime Flown technically slime with little foam pieces inside to hear that. Yeah I can hear in the last few years. There's been booming videos of people manipulating slime. It'll have color or glitter or charms next into it. People gotten very creative with their slimes fun to play with and it also has a sound not doing it for you know. It's not doing something in. You are shrinking in your seat. I try and get as far away from me as possible. I don't I don't like it. You WanNA play with it. I mean you. Why don't you start one? I brought this in because if you search Hashtag. Mr Instagram right now. Guess how many posts come up. Six seven point six million. Oh my God I in the past not vast majority but a number of them are videos of people. Doing exactly what you're doing right now. Just manipulating slime making these satisfying squishy downs. Are there groups of people who experience an anti are like instead of feeling sued? Right now I feel very unsettled in my belly hurts. That would be called MS phony different episode. We wanted to ask our scientists Julia. If slime is a bona fide trigger for Asmar mean there are parallels. Probably people who experience `small would experience a small watching things like slime videos however one thing I would say is the actually. There's been quite a lot of interlocking between different trends. So s Marin slime and things buying have all kinds of mcbain started in South Korea broadcast people eating food while talking to their audience. With high quality microphones. What a nightmare. The Internet slime and things like Bon of MS piggybacked onto the small trend. So sure what under the sometimes category on the Internet of oddly satisfying. Yeah although hashtag asthma. Because I suspect it is piggybacking on us as kind of Tom to get people to watch videos so when you see a video of someone. Let's say cutting soap or cookie. Someone playing with really pretty slime. That may be oddly satisfying. But if you don't have the brain tangles it's not ASAMARA. That's talking to you at the same time. Julia said that the more Mars linked to things like slime videos. That could change what it means for people on the Internet. She's focused though on the world of science and has a lot of outstanding questions. Why do some people experience it and others? Don't why do some people experience it at a higher intensity than others and also and this is really interesting to me? What is the effect of? Asmar on sleep. So we know anecdotally that people who experience `small use these videos on Youtube to help go to sleep and I guess the question is will y y does is more help you go to sleep and another important question with regards to sleep is does it not only help you get to sleep but it does also improve the quality of your sleep so for some people. This might be like the Modern Day. Version of counting. Sheep Says County. One thousand nine hundred ninety
NY man charged with hoarding tons of protective gear; jacking up price on masks and gowns
"Federal prosecutors say a New York retailer has been charged with hoarding disposable masks surgical gowns and hand sanitizer in a Long Island warehouses selling the items at huge markups Amar deep Singh is the first person to be charged during the corona virus pandemic of violating defense production act of nineteen fifty the law forbids stock piling in price gouging of scarce medical
New York - Long Island Retailer charged with hoarding, gouging
"News room as we've been reporting an alleged violation of the defense production act has landed a New York businessman in hot water for hoarding tons of personal protective equipment including masks and surgical gowns and price gouging US attorney Richard Donoghue said yesterday in a statement Amar deep Singh store the equipment at a warehouse on Long Island and sold it from his store in plain view if convicted Singh faces as long as a year in
New York - Long Island Retailer charged with hoarding, gouging
"Radio a retailer has been charged with hoarding on price gouging for items needed during the pandemic New York retailer has been charged by federal prosecutors with violating the defense production act of nineteen fifty four allegedly hoarding tons of disposable masks surgical gowns and hand sanitizer and selling the items at huge markups forty five year old Amar deep Bobby Singh is facing what authorities say is the first prosecution of its kind during the ongoing corona virus pandemic authorities say the items were being kept in a Long Island warehouse sings attorney calls the charges mostly fiction seeing is expected to surrender to authorities
New York man charged with hoarding tons of protective gear; jacking up price on masks and gowns
"A long island man is facing federal charges for allegedly hoarding and price gouging scarce medical supplies including face masks NPR's Ryan Lucas explains officials say this is the first criminal case charged under defense production act during the chronic virus pandemic prosecutors say the defendant forty five year old Amar deep Singh began acquiring personal protective equipment like masks gloves and face shields and storing them as retail shop and warehouse over a few weeks in late March and early April Singh allegedly took in more than five tons of medical gear including some items that the government has officially designated as scarce court papers say sing then sold them in a covert nineteen essential section at his store at significantly inflated prices in the case of disposable masks at a more than one thousand percent markup saying also allegedly made bulk sales at inflated prices to organizations serving senior citizens and children fighting the
Tons of sanitizer: Retailer charged with hoarding, gouging
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a retailer has been charged with hoarding and price gouging for items needed during the pandemic a New York retailer has been charged by federal prosecutors with violating the defense production act of nineteen fifty four allegedly hoarding tons of disposable masks surgical gowns and hand sanitizer and selling the items at huge markups forty five year old Amar deep Bobby Singh is facing what authorities say is the first prosecution of its kind during the ongoing corona virus pandemic authorities say the items were being kept in a Long Island warehouse sings attorney calls the charges mostly fiction seeing is expected to surrender to authorities next week hi Mike Ross you
Tons of sanitizer: Retailer charged with hoarding, gouging
"New York retailer has been charged by federal prosecutors with violating the defense production act of nineteen fifty four allegedly hoarding tons of disposable masks surgical gowns and hand sanitizer and selling the items at huge markups forty five year old Amar deep Bobby Singh is facing what authorities say is the first prosecution of its kind during the ongoing corona virus pandemic authorities say the items were being kept in a Long Island warehouse sings attorney calls the charges mostly fiction seeing is expected to surrender to authorities next week hi Mike Ross you
"amar" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
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"amar" Discussed on The SodaMonk Show
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"amar" Discussed on Cardionerds
"Reconstruction darts. That's an interesting. All right the NATTA get down to it. So we'll start with the first question that might be a general question for every one doctor wear what patients are really the ideal candidate for settlement. Acta me and when you know it's the right time to do it. So the ideal patient is the patient needs to heaven obstruction of his left central cloud friend meaning that it's obstruction to prevent the blood. From leading the hearts parts and debt obstruction is caused not just by having too much muscle. But he's also an intimate with mitral valve. That's be sacked two words. What's that the wall and said the micro bow and the and muscle of the wall trying to make life as miserable as possible for patient and and so every patient that hasn't an obstruction there with a lot of symptoms? That hasn't responded to a medical treatment. It can be health from certain incredible and the more I've learned about ACM and realize that it's not just the Septum Septum. The poplar muscles mitral valve. And so. I'm glad that you brought fronted up but when it comes to the Septum how do you decide how much to shave off in the first place yet so so we do. Of course many different scannings Mariah. Hi and echo serial echos but eventually the the decision really how much to cut outs rea- sculpturing of the inside of the heart. That's made indio are said when the patient is asleep would do at goat. A threats esophageal lack of tea and then we spend a lot of time reading really looking at the different areas because of Septimus very different thing his in different areas. So we're slowly creating a mind map that I will use instance when when I'm sculpturing art interesting and then I'm aiming for is not disdain out as much as also amazing in to make the system look like a normal septum so we still want to have connectivity left. They're just a thin sack gotcha. Very cool So then moving moving on kind of what when you're talking about the obstruction. We say that it's both the muscle and the mitral valve. How often do you end up meeting to do as IOT needs mitral valve prepare for replacement? And how exactly decide mitral valve replaced is very rare in my hands or the two of this is really do this. So and that means that that there is an intrinsically not repairable at probably the mitral valve and in our handsets. expedia rare to hair Where we are taking away the mitral portion of -struction? We do that in about a third of the patients jeans that he needed and that repair can be typically is the mitral valve is pulled by by the pep learn Muslims that are controlling the the position of the mitral valve in these patients. These peplum muscles are placed incorrectly or closer to deceptive than the should be ordered. They are to mobile this into the bloodstream. Bac Sale in the wind and that does cases we moved him over to more correct anatomic position. We sometimes also see that. There are some scar tissue. That's being formed on the Metro route and that scar tissue is kind of EBC to get cold in the bloodstream. And then respect that tissue and thirties there are intrinsic problem with the Metro so two things. It's it's just an obstruction the outflow track the real problem. Control up we. We addressed at the same time that that is a real challenge. A very interesting because the tricks that you do to prevent the prolapse is an increased risk of having obstruction. So you have to do a balanced. How's judge in the Swedish waiver? Pretty good don't exaggerate. It sounds like it's interesting the think about that. These mitral valve repairs. You are doing are really not because of severe regurgitation it just the layout of how develop interacts with a the obstruction. Which I didn't really think about so that's good to know you talked a bit about this already? beat us to the punch but we were wondering as well about the complementary techniques you have for Pat Rory muscle also reorientation that nothing. That's pretty unique and pretty novelist. Alan play a developed here. Doctors Meteorology and the whole concept behind behind this is to move them to normal position. And the reason we're doing it is to avoid excessive. Cutting of the system there are other clinics. Who says we don't need into the mitral valve? We just cut some more muscle and then of course if you cut the muscle very thin. That's GonNa Bulge and you don't get an obstruction but you you increase the risk. The need for pacemaker. You increase the risk of of it's a whole between the left and the right side that can be potentially lethal complication and the third which stockton deer and I believe in we wanNA shape the Septum to look like a normal so that could still working just a thin bald and I think if we want to preserve the symptom and not cutting too much. Then you it's a smart way to moved abner muscles way. Yeah the keys to create the Nice wide opening of the Leszek Murky. And you know we should be asking asking this but you just started talking about the complications of the McNamee surgery. Are there any other complications. We should be thinking about as it is a major surgery so potentially everything happen. We are as interested as the patient than the patient breath to not have any complications so for sure and so they are in our hands extremely low as I mentioned you can potentially have so. That's Septum ruptures. You get to old. We don't really miscast so the we're cutting through but that it can make it too thin can ruptures the risk of that this list and one thousand and then the other is that the need pacemaker. Again way we are Kathy in working with both mitral. The risk of needing pacemaker stories is about one percent overall the risk of dying he's listed what is the risk of stroke and so that going into those patients should who might need a pacemaker. Do you have a different approach. If someone already has their baseline you know right. Bundle branch block. And you're going into the Miami yet so so we know very well so so what we're doing Mike to me. You will always inevitably have to cut the the left. So you've cutting on the left side of of the of to Septum but but the patient do perfect. Conduction is perfectly find justice right bangle. So we're looking at the PRIO Kanki. I I can tell the patients. We know that the state of normal conduction or preemptive southbound bench block that we know the risk for pacemakers. Yeah this one. That's that's what I tell them if I see that they have compete right banded latch lock. Then I mean unless there's something really weird Aben not to me. The risk of pacemakers make about one hundred percent so consent them and that we put in pacemaker system directly in the. or so that leaving. Bill are perfect. He is in perfect shape. Ready to Grandy said that and commenting on the right bandaged block. You know we. We don't what do so many alcohol ablation here for my experience from other countries before the patient goes to alcohol said the ablation first and then he's that doesn't I work for some reason Dell was more or less always developer right Benavente block rain by. It's how how the sense at the branches. It comes so then that means that they not only have very regular septum left's of data higher risk vs the whole between the left on the right side but they also have an in very day. Never be needed pacemaker. It's not it's not a smart way to out. Let's just do alcohol ablation. First I in that doesn't work. Wicked victory over. That's actually really interesting. Never thought about the implications of doing a salvage surgery after separation. And so so so Ethan. Circuses Data Pearl. where I come from originally? That's more common okay. Not In the area where I worked but I got patient from all over Sweden Sweden them they had an alcoholic nation then really working frustrated. Of course eh where we are so I have you here. You're incredible and what you do. You've dedicated your entire life to this. What do you enjoy most of your job? Stop what I enjoy. Most is helping patients he that patients really happy and and before surgery. Many of them are so sick. Maybe not really feeling that work and then after you see the sparkling there is they're just really good and when the paint and the relatives almost almost start crying of happiness software. That's that's very nice gratifying. And I like I like this out. Drink part art reconstructing parts of part surgery. So I do this. Mike Denison also do many many val repairs and also it. Both of them are freehand freehand. Three dimensional thinking. So you have to do the Repairman. Heart is stopped. Relax that you have to do with the heart beating in your mind you have to think. Thank how by giving us many to stare house. Look working. I enjoyed that that art you beginning to made let me think of you more as a sculptor pretty cool. Yeah you it helps if you have a good tweet him in this sense if you're good at eyeball them divorces versus showjumping. Thank you so much for spending time with us before you rented the. Or we have learnt so much. And I'm already excited to put the practice is this was amazing. Thank you follow. Great Teaching and a special. Thank you also to my francophile. MINKOFF L. Travis. Howard who's holding payers can be here with full presence of mind right now to our listeners? This completes our ACM series. Hope you enjoyed it. I know I.
"amar" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
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"amar" Discussed on Conversations with Phil
"You can't is still gonna cost you money. You must come up with capital. You know, you might pay that loan back. You might use a credit card. You might use a Bank load. You might use some seed capital, whatever that's looking like an angel investor. Whatever that's looks like in the early years. Right. That's what we're looking at what that's the money that comes to us. It's I look to look at that green. That's my salary. That's my investments. That's my future. Awesome. Awesome. Well, that makes so much sense. Thanks for breaking down the stop light system for us. Really really straightforward for those as you're hearing that the red yellow in green get green soon. Right. If you're in business. That's the goal. The sooner. We are the better. We are. Right. They add all added pay yourself first. Yeah. Absolutely. That's that's that's scaling for business. Success when you -nology deserve a salary. Awesome. Absolutely. So so as we're kind of wrapping up here, one of the things that really stood out to me in your book was your focus on gratitude and homeport, and that is so how do you demonstrate that you how do you show gratitude to to the people you work with to the people that you serve and to those who serve you. Couple of very very simple ways. It's not all that complex say. Thank you. I say like Amar a great Mark of business success is somebody who has manners. Just because you're in business doesn't mean that you you get this passed on having manners. So say, thank you. Thank you feel for having me as your guest today. Right. Thank you. When somebody does things for you. Thank you when somebody thinks of you say, thank you. I love, you know, early on when I started a gratitude practice, I cry I bought this beautiful gratitude book, and then I started traveling for business, and I had my gratitude buck and regular reading buck and a business book, I was reading a calendar was carrying my suitcase was getting you know, filled with books. I was like this guy to be a simpler way to do this. So I downloaded at gratitude app is there right along it doesn't matter if it matters of just stopping at some point, you know, people say, well, I should I do this in the morning, should I do it in the evening, when do you think I should there is no thought about it? Just do it. There's no right and wrong. Let go of what you're supposed to do correctly. And just do right down three simple things grateful for you know, what I'm really grateful didn't with my son last night..
"amar" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"'cause your path may have been a little different than theirs. You know anybody in the explanation, you don't all any. You don't even have to say with. Instructors are like where they come from of that you got your paper on the wall or wherever you decided to keep your degree in that, is it you don't. It's not up for debate or consideration or measure by someone else as your degree. And yes, you're gonna catch with people making a little shady comment here in the air, whatever, but that just lets you know who to cut out your life upfront Hamer's. Oh, and when you end remind me because I haven't gone on a job intimate, do they even ask you what school you went as needs to know? You have the degree right? Usually that's on your resume anyway. Considered. So I don't even remember writing my school Amar is so Somen as well for online school like that, that's that's the future. Like I remember thinking church online was weird. I remember the first time some tummy many other things available online. They were going to turn or anytime anywhere. Remember the first time someone's they were going to church and then later like we FaceTime than they were home. I was like, how you home already. Like. Right? I was like, that's so weird, but I also understand the weight of the world now, and I'm sure schools will probably gonna be offering the online option in the future where you can either be on campus or for like a discount of some sort because you don't have to pay room and board or something. You know what I mean? Like, I'm sure it's going to be an option out to me as soon as you said a Phoenix, what is it university university Phoenix, I knew it was the school, but I'm like a degrees, a degree, and I'm sure it don't make it easier because he did it online. Honestly, I think it would probably be hard bike you this kid. No, that like you have to take a test or attend a course or swap notes like that spy way harder way harder. So who cares? Honestly, I feel like they're different types of school in schooling for different people. Like even if you want went to a big university, if you go and you're not utilizing whatever the networks are extracurriculars, stuff like that, you wasted a whole bunch of money anyway. So by you're going to an online school, it doesn't take away from the fact that she got a great education. You did the hard work to put to put in still you did the hard work to really put in the foundation of where you wanna go on what you wanna do. These people just looking at where it came from, they probably don't even. They can't even look at any of the insights to what you're trying to do anyway, really say, oh yeah, you know, you did good here, but if you would have gone to this college, it would have been better like Kennedy do that shit if they look in there like, oh, isn't that an online school scuba? Yeah, it is online school and I logged on every mother fucking day and knocking lock my ass off. So what time is it or be like, yes, it isn't online school when the two clearly didn't attend since you asked me. Such a stupid question. That's what these like elitists. 'cause they exist, what school you went to. And the funny thing is allowed in so much debt so much has they chose the school that would give them bragging rights over like, can I afford this year? I mean, like how much is the scholarship or is this even what I wanna do. Nominee people. I know that went to Ivy league just because it was a good look. They didn't even like check to see the school had what they were interested in. Now they're like two hundred Cain debt. Some of the people are. As John McCain, even have the can't afford it and degree to every league doesn't guarantee a job in this market is just not the way that it works. And so listen, a degrees of degrees. Honestly happy because it is online school..
"amar" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Oh mexican roles amar's finding arte roll my sock sore he does have mix it sucks exit colors yes no having cake to make maybe yellow in there yellow black so thanks for joining us there of course if you missed that you could always subscribe to the podcast on the listen tab of the espn app or on apple podcast as well so what happened podcast what happy why are we left about the podcast everybody has podcast that's we need to boost our podcast build roster podcast rajasa podcast yeah i bet so anyway one of the questions stephen brought up or discussions stephen brought up is about the young guys and physical kuzin was off the table toge boycott ball i do think though here's the interesting part about lebron coming here i write being the guy who kind of breaks down the wall i i think it's fascinating in this regard it shows for the first time in a while right and key you brought this up since his days with pat riley where he's actually looking at the long term as opposed to the short term fix outside of his first arrival in cleveland obviously were they made the move for still a young kevin love and kyrie irving who's already on the roster since then it's been a series of short term fixes whereas he came to the lakers specifically telling magic according to jenkins historians straighted saying that he's not going to try to ruin this per se by trying to put the franchise in a difficult situation by making a deal that could hurt them down the road which look i think that's the smart way to look at it even at thirty three years old saw trust though is trusting the front office in the management again going back to his days in cleveland that wasn't something that he felt good about he couldn't trust what they would do because it was always something one way or another whether you were going to extend the general manager what you didn't like the general manager where you sent the letter and you bash them whatever the case may be the trust was broken then went to miami he obviously nude it he couldn't do a one in one and a one in one and all those things because yet other guys lives there was at matter that mattered you had to wait at the time it was young you had chris bosh that was young and then even to the point where you quiet ray allen you had to be in a position where players felt okay we're in this for the next three to four years before we move on when he goes back to cleveland his whole goal going back to cleveland was to win a championship so if i once i win a championship then i'll see how it goes the next year they want six hours again and i'll find destination which in my estimation is la obviously he's not going anywhere outside of la when his contract expires he'll be living in la for the rest of his life that's the way i look at it i mean i can't say enough about how the first series of moves that magic johnson rob pelinka put together should've put the league or notice that competency had returned to the front office i think people i think people took notice but i think you gonna always they still second guessing always have that though you always have your second guessing your naysayers because what happens and you've been in this world very long time in terms of covering sports is somebody says something in a run with it right in say what he said that this instead of just actually looking at what it is and who it is making the directions and doing things we talk about the lakers obviously in one thing stephen brought up is every single player that have come here that's been a giant mega star they wanna championship except elgin baylor everybody's done that so when you look at that and you say okay here's magic johnson in position to grabble the brian james brian james needs to understand you have to win a championship no matter what anybody said about magic rob trust that they go put everything together based on the first the.
"amar" Discussed on The Filmcast
"W i have to say like moonlight did that blount this mostly look like amar raphel and just to see all those black people like hacking each other to death at the end like that really like a turn my stomach because it was on a really thin premise like it didn't need didn't need to be oh condon's civil war at the end of the first black panther movie that doesn't it didn't really making sense only happened because it was a comic book move in every comic book movie as they have a big war at the end instead of just another fight between you know kill mongering and chala a and you know that that was another thing that really bother me like it it it took like there's a lot of talk about black pride and taken pride ourselves and his our first time seen our sales on screen present this way but then what they did with us was you know like use this as can father for whatever reason and and and that was another aspect they're really bothered me back i think i can answer your last question i just want to add that in gotcha um yeah i mean i i think it will the the question was basically about whether kill mongerer is portrayed as a sympathetically enough um to make it seem as though the two yamaha's ali state that the movies not necessarily against revolutionaries you know and i think i think what you're if uh if i'm reading you what you're saying correctly you're saying that the movie never depicts kill mongers.
"amar" Discussed on We The People
"Officially recognize although akil amar notes that both the constitutional convention was illegal according to the existing rules of the article confederation and the postcivilwar war minutes the constitution were also basically ratified at gunpoint the union government said to the southern states ratify the postcivilwar amendments or else you can't come in which seems pretty extra article five it's not consistent with informal formal procedures so that kill uses that as support for his theory and it is a fascinating theory and did indeed great well our next question similarly relates to the scope and interpretation of the bill of rights and it's about inc and the question asks what aspects of the bill of rights did the us supreme court incorporate to the states so inc like the ninth amendment is the basis for a either a whole class on comore or the beginning of a class on comma because it is so foundational to understanding the meaning of the constitution so we do we the people listeners remember that for james madison the incorporation of certain fundamental rights against the state's was the most important amendment of the entire bunch that he originally proposed and just think about it for a moment if far rights are natural if they come from god or nature and not from government then the state government shouldn't be able to infringe them any more than the federal government can because they precede the formation of government itself and that's why madison in his proposal and i'm quicken again it is madison's proposal fourteen which you can find on the reading rights part of the interactive constitution says no state shall violate the equal rights of conscience or the freedom of the press or the trial by jury in criminal cases just amazing the so this is the most important men in the bunch according to madison the equal rights of conscience which by definition there are unalienable the could the parody matic example of an unalienable rights freedom of the press which is linked to.
"amar" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Sure terrorists are they don't wanna bring him into the mia amar society uh they've been uh clashes human rights atrocities i think a lot of the uh refugees wanting to go from bangladesh back the mia maher are not assured of their safety and the military is not conducive to keeping them safe they've been these mass graves and these human rights violations rapes atrocities and so understandably these refugees don't wanna go back i don't blame do see it as ethnic cleansing and do you think that's what this panel is not really willing to address well uh i know the un is use that word uh i don't wanna use it but it certainly mistreatment as certainly bad policy it certainly not addressing the real issues so governor richardson you mentioned the the two reuters journalist who were detained by men maher wall reporting on the row hang a crisis and the reports out there say that unsung said she was furious with you because you asked her to release says journalists is that true and what is the situation now for the two writers journalists well yes she was furious when i said look you've jail these two reuters journalist uh as a set up uh it seems that they were set up by they discovered the mass graves are they did release any significant done national security information and she retorted well they may have violated the official secrets act well i think the freedom of the press is a bedrock of democracy in the been a lot of detaining of journalists and real mar in the last couple of years this is not a free open press society what is the status of the journalists you know they could face up to fourteen years my hope is that they're released soon but i think there were mass graves not their west participation of the me amar military in the atrocity.
"amar" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Village by taken in often scrutinize identity she could never relate to one that amar has criticised in the pass the spokesman uh hydro doubt for lend for the reagan the honors why do you have to go black face wa every long you doll you nominee peep amity why away outfits him roe v revenue black people and they don't put not on may rajapathy brown a black only iskyan air about a go luke age it gave it fucking pushing not a neighbor ray drought not an ira one but yeah i hope to give makeup at onyx tom um uh uh off our uh let's do something else to see what else we got here oh you know what we can take out the trash don't worry guys it's gonna take a couple of hours for decrypt clay is low because of the snow that on haiti fat um my my tacos donald that's a marriage we get that will add at mm uh ari owned there we go about tobacco tragedy seal who famously chastise oprah uh for being in a pitch were harmed wise thing is being investigated for sexual battery life is sonic the hedgehog among uh tmz reports this thing is sale is being investigated by the lapd for sexual battery tracy birds saw as an actress and former neighbour of seals who tells the of zita he allegedly lunged at her in the follow 2016 during a visit to his house claiming that the two was strictly france she says they'll attempted to kiss her commented there alfi applaud that she was asking for an preceded the groper breast or as an season sorry calls it a first date.
"amar" Discussed on Le Show
"Equip of davis imam amar shahin's sermon was published on breitbart i do understand how my words were hurtful and i am sorry shaheen said in a news conference he did not take questions you know trumpian cuts down news conference i understand that speech like this can encourage others to do hateful in violent acts in for this i truly apologized words matter and have conflict consequences he pronounce consequences correctly rabbi sets casselman said he accepted the apology but asked the imam to follow his words with actions kathleen was run of approximately sixty religious and civic leaders who attended the news conference like a party deadline mook arrest the patriarch of romanias romania's orthodox church has apologized to orthodox believers over to sex scandals that have hit the church in recent weeks in a highly unusual step patriarch daniel asked for forgiveness with much pain in my heart speaking through a message posted on the church website the apologized for the turbulence produced by public accusations against clerics who have shown quote deviations from christian morals unquote in recent years public criticism has mounted against the church have been calls to make more countable daniels message gain after the church voted hours earlier to defrock a priest who is suspected of trying to sexually corrupt the teenager a rare case of a cleric being disciplined for alleged sexual misdemeanours more than eighty five percent of romanians are orthodox christians apparently some the priest art orthodox enough deadline tokyo japanese prime minister shinzo obey has apologized to the nation over the resignation of defense minister tomi amata ennahda say he bror full responsibility for appointing or to the post speaking to reporters obey said the foreign minister would take additional charge of the defence portfolio inada said she was resigning after a series of gaffes missteps and a cover up at her ministry that have contributed to a plunged in public support for ave she was like the ranch branch priebus of japan datelined london.