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"amar" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

04:08 min | Last month

"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,.

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The Squishy, Slimey Science Of ASMR

Short Wave

07:54 min | 2 months ago

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

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NY man charged with hoarding tons of protective gear; jacking up price on masks and gowns

News, Traffic and Weather

00:22 sec | 3 months ago

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

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New York - Long Island Retailer charged with hoarding, gouging

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

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

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New York Man First Charged With Coronavirus Price Gouging

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

New York Man First Charged With Coronavirus Price Gouging

"Federal prosecutors have charged a New York businessman with hoarding tons of disposable mass another P. P. desperately needed during the Copa nineteen pandemic Amar deep Singh hoarded personal protective equipment federal prosecutors said and then price gouged customers at his retail store on Long Island he's surrendering to authorities next week you know face up to a year in prison if convicted court records said saying a mask gloves gowns masks and digital thermometers and resold them at huge markups sing it been warned local authorities last month see some masks and told

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New York - Long Island Retailer charged with hoarding, gouging

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

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

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New York man charged with hoarding tons of protective gear; jacking up price on masks and gowns

All Things Considered

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

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

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Tons of sanitizer: Retailer charged with hoarding, gouging

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

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

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Tons of sanitizer: Retailer charged with hoarding, gouging

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

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

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Tons of sanitizer: Retailer charged with hoarding, gouging

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

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

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Tons of sanitizer: Retailer charged with hoarding, gouging

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

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

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Tons of sanitizer: Retailer charged with hoarding, gouging

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

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

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Tons of sanitizer: Retailer charged with hoarding, gouging

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

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

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Tons of sanitizer: Retailer charged with hoarding, gouging

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

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

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Tons of sanitizer: Retailer charged with hoarding, gouging

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

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

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"amar" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"amar" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"Solo. Diamond is financial. But I still did it. Hello Fellow risk-takers. In welcome to my worst investment ever stories of loss to keep you winning in our community. We know that to win. Investing you must take risks but the wind big. You've got to reduce it. Today's episode is sponsored by the valuation masterclass Online. The complete proven step-by-step online course to guide you from novice devaluation expert and hey most people have free ten hours or ten days to complete that course given the CO vid crisis. We're going through so consider picking up your amazing thirty five percent discount by going to my worst investment ever dot com slash deals. My name is Andrew starts from a starts investment research. And I'm here with featured Guest Amar Despondent Amar. Are you ready to rock absolutely unreal? Let's get it on their do it. Okay so amar is a skilled communicator. With a background in Marketing Consulting and sustainability. He's a public speaker Anna podcast. He is the CO founder of Gotha Story PODCASTING Company. He founded with his wife and twenty sixteen. Amar is the creator and host of Mikey Tob a caucus on how to publish and market. Your is also the creator of Algata Fairy Tales of India. And still gotTa Aveer gotTa podcast. He is a published author and blogger and has been featured in the Financial Times in the UK and entrepeneurship India. Amar has over seventeen years experience in program management construction and communication with organizations such as Amazon Schneider Electric in Jones Lang Lasalle..

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The new gaming trend - Twitch slumber parties

KIRO Nights

06:36 min | 5 months ago

The new gaming trend - Twitch slumber parties

"And young people millennials are making money online from children unboxing toys to make what make up instructions to offerings were from and I can get into here but some of the highest paid online performers are on a platform called twitch if you don't know which which is which is an online site that allows users to watch war broadcast live streaming or pre recorded video of broadcasters video games or game play actually in the Ascot David you got a sack yeah play it so have you ever do you game at all do you play video games no not really I the only games I play I'll play like Matt inner some sports games and then just play as the Seahawks and then I turn up all of the sliders basically down so that I am the best team of all time and it's our lives out my fantasies but that's basically it right well then you're not a candidate for this have you heard of twists yeah definitely okay and have you ever watched anything onto it no no not that I can think of that what really interests me on there yeah and in me either I I'm still a little bit perplexed at the idea that that it is a massively popular so I mean this is millions and millions of people tune in to watch other people play video games but apparently that's not all there watching so twitch brought in some some of the highest paid online performers on a plane our our gamers so it is so mostly what happens is there are there are but few gamers a guy named injured would be it would be example of one they they all show they live cast them playing a game they tend to do a lot of you know smack talk they tend to do a lot of commentary and people get on a by the hundreds of thousands to watch these folks play and consequently because they have so many people watching them they make a tremendous a out of money some of them are making in the neighborhood of of well the rumored that ninja guy who actually moved was paid to move to a new path platform by Microsoft the rumor is that he got paid one hundred million dollars to do that which tells you a little bit of the money he was making on the twitch platform but here's the story what we learned from a great article in wired today is if you set your ambitions a bit lower there's still money to be made and this is welcome to the world you likely don't understand the long long with me twitch sleepers from the story moments before falling asleep on twitch streamer Matthew ms Keith room Renato thought about how unhappy his mom would be if he told her he made money sleeping she thinks I do nothing that real joke to his live yours wait until she finds out I literally slapped and made money he is one of the people who actually puts his own sleeping on livestream and I'm not talking about anything salacious here literally sleeping puts his sleeping on live stream and so you can make money people will pay and I am still completely I mean I guess I'd want to see the checks actually to start believing this but apparently it's true that people will log in online just to watch someone sleeping in real time over the past few weeks streamers have been training the camera on mattresses as a donor does off in the intervening hours you viewers use twitch twitch donation function to gift them small quantities of money is two dollars here five dollars there a couple of streamers referred to them as slumber parties they get paid the S. so will they will wake up sometimes in some cases and these are people not making member five thousand dollars is not a lot compared to the people making millions and millions of dollars on twitch and obviously they're in the minority but if I went to bed and then woke up five thousand dollars richer it would might be money that matter to me and sleep streams along the line of of these folks draw the you know the A. S. Amar videos or there's Japanese cuddle cafes where patrons pay hourly fees to fuel intimacy with someone they've never met twitch the twitch category we're just talking as opposed to gaming has gained huge popularity in part just because thousands of U. S. pay at any given moment just to have some form of social interaction I don't know exactly what this says about us but the lasting appeal of twitch is the interactive element I mean the the what brings fans closer together at least digitally to the objects of their fandom watching a streamer sleep inside so this started actually in an unusual way the gamers who were spending hours and hours and hours on twitch would find that they were that they would at some point like if they're waiting for something to load up or waiting for a new game to begin they would while they left the camera on those off sitting at their computers and they kept donations and then they can actually sell you can buy or you can donate for the right to wake someone up from sleep and I don't know I am this is so perplexing to me I believe that is true I mean wired is obviously a well regarded as a supremely well regarded digital age magazine but the idea that people can make so much money by sleeping or that people are so I don't know starved for interaction that watching somebody not even really interact with them literally tuning in to twitch you can find on I looked them up you can find twitch streams of people sleeping all right and they get on there and they just watch them and in one particular case one of the one of the street one of the donors to particular he's a big fan of one particular girl who likes to who goes to sleep literally just goes to sleep wakes up goes on about her day and he said that's like his favorite thing like Iggy gives him peace of mind when he is he was interviewed in this story it gives him peace of mind to watch somebody else seemingly relax and lose sort of lose their their lose their stress lose their connection with the waking world and into the sleeping world and I'm completely perplexed by I don't actually know what I mean it is so let me ask you David I mean like does this make any sense to you at all now honestly all I can think of is I don't know if you've seen the Truman show with yeah yeah yeah it makes me think of the people who were watching you know he that camera was on him when he was asleep and people just watching for all the sleep and I remember thinking as a kid like why would you be watching that and here we are in in twenty twenty and people are doing that it's very bizarre I do understand to a certain extent feeling relaxed by watching someone sleep but I can also understand that stressing me out if I can't sleep and I'm seeing someone else sleep even more

Indpendent vs. Employed Physicians

2 Docs Talk

08:18 min | 5 months ago

Indpendent vs. Employed Physicians

"Here's the thing. Physicians are still not free from bureaucratic tasks just because they're employed. They still have all kinds of paperwork to do on a daily basis prior authorizations data entry for Amar's insurance claim denials charting. I could go on and on the bottom line. Is we still have to face an increasingly burdensome regulatory environment regardless if we're employed or independent practitioners so we have this decades long trend away from the independent practitioner towards the employed physician? Who is happier was hard to stay. There was a study at a New York that looked at small physician. Run Group practices and Solo Practices. They evaluated the rate of burn out amongst these physicians using the Mas Block burnout inventory. Which is the industry. Standard and the rates of burnout were remarkably low at thirteen point. Five percent that's compared to around fifty percent nationally. That's a huge difference. Yeah but we should stress. It was a very small regionally specific steady only around two hundred thirty five providers in New York state so in contrast mets Cape's large annual physician burnout report for two thousand. Eighteen doesn't show a big difference in burnout. Rates between employed and self-employed Ducks. So we're not so sure. Physicians or any happier less burned out when they become employed. How about when it comes to money? Are they making more as an employed physician or as an as an independent well? When I asked myself this question I thought the answer would be yes. I mean large health systems and hospitals have the advantage of the economy of scale when negotiating insurance and pharmaceutical contracts as well as buying medical devices and all the other Supplies supplies needed to practice medicine. Yeah they they can be more efficient with staff and facilities to multiple physicians can share nurses as well as administrative personnel and clinic space right but it turns out employed physicians make less money not more than independent ones in Texas. They make about sixty six thousand dollars less annually and I mean really I mean. Those economies of scale are meant to benefit the employees. They're meant to benefit the shareholders. So and the gap in California is even larger employed physicians make about eighty thousand dollars less annually than independent physicians. So the cost savings that corporate medicine potentially realizes are not being passed on to the physicians. And no they are not and here's some food for thought according to the group Physicians for a National Health Program. The number of physicians in the country has grown about one hundred and fifty percent from nineteen. Seventy five to two thousand ten. That's apparently in keeping with population growth on the other hand. The number of health care administrators has grown three thousand two hundred percent in the same time period. That's okay first of all. It just doesn't seem like doctors should have more paperwork if you've got three thousand two hundred percent more administrators. Yeah so they're creating table. Still doctors have to work. And that's a lot of people other than the doctor and the patient making living off of the doctor patient relationship. Exactly so why are we doing this? Why are physicians making this switch? If it's not going to make us happier and will most likely make us poorer so I have been both in employed physician as well as a partner in a moderately sized physician group practice. Okay did you make more when you're independent? I definitely did. Were you happier or less burned out. As an employed physician know better I was employed or independent. Had almost no effect on my level of happiness whatsoever you were equally equally miserable or happy as it may be as either an employer of independent physician. Exactly and here's why if I'm employed or self employed regardless the compensation model and the regulatory environment are the same. I have to bill. Insurance Companies and Medicare Medicaid to be paid for each visit procedure surgery medication medical device or service provided to that patient uh-huh this requires appropriate documentation based on Medicare regulations and appropriate billing based on that documentation. So and the only person who can document and bill is the physician. It can't be done by anyone else in. This is the case that the physician is independent or employed so as Medicare and insurance regulations for documenting and billing become more complex. The physician is the one dealing with the complexity and the reason for the ever. More complex regulatory environment is because of the ever increasing costs of medicine in this country. Right and all this time spent documenting and billing is time we should be spending with our patients. So that's why physicians are unhappy. Of course it is. I mean that's one of the reasons. We have no time to develop meaningful relationships with patients. No time to nurture or maintain those relationships. Because it's all about doing what reimburses not restores so not a newsflash. Everybody in the country knows. Our healthcare system is broken. We've known for some time at the solution to the problem is much harder to come out. There are a lot of people working on the problem but physicians are actually in a position to do something today and for some physicians. This means opting out of corporate medicine and traditional reimbursement models altogether exactly so a lot of folks might have noticed that independent physician and physician owned practices with doll. Payer models are popping up all over the country yeah like concierge. Medicine or primary care for example which. I think we've done a podcast on before. Did we think so which one both of them? Yeah well. Let's let's talk about direct primary care again because that's the model. I've been seeing most often with direct primary care. Physicians charge a membership fee monthly or quarterly or even annually. And for that feed. The patient gets pretty much all their primary care. Needs taken care. Have they usually get as many clinic? Visits as they want they'll get access to their dock via email or phone all the necessary. Labs X ray screening tests even many minor procedures are covered. It's important to know DP doesn't cover sub specialty care or hospitalizations so usually people will also have a large deductible major medical policy to cover that kind of stuff or like like major imaging. Besides extras like cat scans are emory's are usually sourced outside. Yeah so also. These practices. Don't take Medicare or Medicaid. Usually but there are some that. Do there've been some experiments with it? Yeah so as like a part C PLAN. There are a couple of of dramatic. I think there's one in Arizona that had got special permission for Medicare to well. That's cool do a trial. I don't know where where it stands. I'll have to Google that and see where they're at and Report back on that on an update episode. Maybe well so currently. Dpc is is designed to try and meet the needs of the under sixty five age group But the main thing is that the physician doesn't Bill Insurance Companies. There aren't hidden costs to patients. No COPAYS deductibles. Yeah Yeah and a lot of these practices. They don't they have basically a nurse and like not a lot of other office staff because since they don't have all that administers they don't need all. They're very small intimate little practices. And so yeah and you just pay monthly feel to have that so you have pricing transparency as well. Yeah so now. With deep sea physicians are free of the burdensome regulatory environment no more billing or jumping through documenting hopes and no more oversight from non medical administrators. And if you ask these physicians with the benefits of primary care are the very first thing they will tell. You is more time with their patients which is a win win for the doctor and the patient. Well if you look at the size of their practice that alone should clue most are at least half sometimes a quarter of the size of a traditional fee for service practice. And and how does it the cost to the patient workout? Did you see constipation? Cost to patients? Of course well. I'm glad you asked twelve years. Old Data show that most patients will pay about what they would with traditional insurance sometimes even less so they're getting improved access to care more time with her dog for the same price or less than they would with a traditional fee for service policy right and the American Academy of Family Physicians. Very supportive of this model. They promote and provide seminars and toolkits to the physicians who are interested and more more graduate. Medicine programs are starting to train the residents in DPC which is well for the future thing. I agree it's GonNa be fun seeing how it all plays

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"amar" Discussed on The SodaMonk Show

The SodaMonk Show

07:55 min | 6 months ago

"amar" Discussed on The SodaMonk Show

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"amar" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

10:51 min | 7 months ago

"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.

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Iran attacks Iraqi bases housing US troops in retaliation for Soleimani's death

All In with Chris Hayes

11:06 min | 7 months ago

Iran attacks Iraqi bases housing US troops in retaliation for Soleimani's death

"Breaking news out of Iraq where we have confirmation that Iran has launched missiles missile strikes to Iraqi basis at least two Iraqi basis that also house. US forces we have no confirmation yet of the assessment of damage or casualties around the state media is now saying that Eh. They launched these two rounds of missile strikes. And this is I think important and really actually crucial we think about this moment around saying there's no there's no retaliation for America For the latest attacks. Then they will stop attacking but if America tax than their response will be crushing and widespread. It seems to me that this is a calculation nation here by the Iranian regime. At least and getting to some point that does not further. Climb up the escalatory ladder that we have now been on for quite some time and is threatening to plunged the entire region into valuable war joining me now former Republican congressman from Oklahoma Mickey Edwards. Former chair of the House Republican Policy Committee and former Democratic Congressman from Maryland. Donna Edwards also with me Sam Cedar host the majority were podcast and MSNBC Contributor Angelina Maxwell host of signal boost on Sirius Xm and an MSNBC political analyst. Donna let me start with you the the way that we talk about. This tends to resolve revolve around the president. What decision when will he make? and WHO's influencing but America's democratic nation with the constitution that gives the power to declare war the the Congress United States represents this democratic nation. All of its citizens citizens should not be in the hands of one man particularly one man with the faculties that the current president has it seems to me extremely important that across Democrat and Republican particularly Democratic Party Democrat. Cows come out strongly to say no war with Iran. This is madness and do whatever they can to halt escalation is that a possibility ability as UCLA. I do think that there will be in there. Already have been tonight really strong voices coming from speaker. Pelosi herself that we do not want a war with Iran and very sadly this is so reminiscent of where we've been before and I think it's also important for the American American people to step up and declare that there should be no war with Iran and we are at a place where you know. There's a possibility that there could be some some de escalation but it requires seen voices and cool heads to preside both in the White House which I don't expect but certainly coming out with a strong voice from Democrats in the in the Congress and I would expect others who do not want to continue. You need to put service men and women in harm's way and to jeopardize the safety of of the American People Mickey you know there's been an interesting Fisher Asia and the Republican and Conservative collision on this question We we've seen it sort of break out in the open. Sometimes rampaul was on our air earlier. Senator from Kentucky urging us not to enter into worth around. There are some conservative commentators. WHO HAVE THE president's ear who also said the same? This seems to me kind of testing ground of that. What do you you expect to see from Republicans on the hill? Well if we stay with what they have been saying for. Many many years is that we should be very cautious. Che's about going into war but they're the bigger issue here is what you were talking about Chris. So I would hope that the congress is able to back the president op and not have is go into a major war but it's also important that Congress start reasserting its primacy in the field of international affairs primacy in in terms of deciding when we go to war because it's not just this war but with this man in the in the White House or frankly any president the idea that the congress would step by now. You were the democratic voice. Chris you've been talking about and that the Congress would back off and let any president just on his own whim or any other reason take take the country into war is unacceptable and it's time Republicans and Democrats both came together on that one issue. It just crazy to me to view what's happening right now. Does this thing that just happening out there. In the world like we're we live in a democratic society precisely so that we can exert some control and and that's part of constitutional designed by design the founders constitutional design that there are some democratic control. I mean the idea that regardless of what we have in terms of casualties that we must must respond is absurd. We have agency people are going to call for de-escalation. They're either going to call for now tonight or they're going to do it. Eighteen years from now after after what we've been in Iraq and so the bottom line is every single. Democratic presidential candidate should tonight come out and say no war with Iran every single member of the Democratic Caucus in the house and the Senate should be backing the bills by Tim Kaine am by Sanders and Kana in the House and stopping funding and stopping topping the legal auspicies for this war. Somebody's skills worse than Iraq because at least with the Iraq war in two thousand three there was a reason they put forward a reason season and so an American citizen say while there's WMD's now it turned out that that was a lie right but there wasn't articulated reason that the administration collectively is trying to put forward to tell the American people. This is why we're doing this. I have no idea why this is happening Chris. The American people likely do not understand why we are on on the brink of war with Iran and I agree with Sam. All of the Democratic candidates have a chance to step forward in this moment and show that they can be competent. They can be strong and stand on principle there. There is no reason for this and this moment we need to stay take a step back a giant step back over this cannot be a partisan listen moment the Republicans in Congress have to do the same thing. They took the same oath of office. They swore to uphold the same constitution and adjust having Democrats oppose. What's happening what the war is about without any information here but but they can't do it alone? Republicans have to say in this this case this is American lives at risk and we are going to take back the constitutional power. The Congress has the it can't be just a democratic down the the politics of of this which in some senses seemed secretaries. We await at this moment to find out if there were casualties. Both among the Iraqi against Iraqi servicemembers emmers on these Iraqi bases or American service members but of course the politics matter because the politics are part of what will produce the outcomes that happen and the decision that gets made. I mean again. This is all part of Democratic Self Governance. It does seem to me that the war weariness is very real thing it shows up in the polling. It showed up on the campaign trail. There's very very little appetite. Wait for a war with Iran. If you pull that question and even the airstrike against Sulejmani which a to my mind. Reckless escalation along this trajectory was was essentially partisan split. Like do you trust. The Democrats will have the courage of their convictions about how they navigate this. Well I have to say I mean I do you. I mean I remember you know the lead up to the Iraq war in two thousand and whatever it was three four and you know people believe the evidence that was in front of them. I never believed it. But even in the face of thousands and thousands of people taking to the streets still legislators felt a need to like go right up and march toward war. We cannot afford that to have that outcome again. And I think it's incumbent on members of Congress but the American people have to speak up and we know that they're worried because they wanted to pull out of Iraq and Afghanistan in and out of the region all along now here. We are escalating again. And it's time to put a put the brakes on this coming. Both from the Congress in terms of them exercising their authorities Mickey had said but also coming from the American people saying we do not want another war in that region Gen Party. The ball is in the in the hands of the people themselves the power to declare war being Congress means that the people are supposed to make these decisions and this is what they have to show up a child meetings APP to contact their members of Congress and they have to be hurt and there should be a vote. I mean there's going to be a partner. Solution says there's going to be privileged privileged resolution and there should be there should be a vote in the United States. Senate absolutely not say I am struck by how many democratic politicians look I have very little expectations of Republicans at this point. I'm sorry about that but I am struck. By how few how how little maturation there seems to be when I look at the democratic accredit politicians who are coming out there and equivocating at this point because the American public has grown since two thousand two and to a certain extent I remember that time time vividly millions of people who are in those streets at that time and the fact is there was a lot of people who are shell shocked after nine eleven that Shell shock does not exist amongst the American American public anymore but you look at the eyes of a lot of these democratic politicians and they look like deers. If your headlights they need to lead to fight back against what is off. Obviously an attempt to draw this country into war by. Who's you know what who who's driving this bus? It's unclear but it but we cannot allow the the idea that the president of the United States can Willy Nilly create provocations. That dragged this country into this type of quagmire again. The American people have to understand why why we're entering into a military conflict. They don't know that tonight and that's a really big problem. And the communication here. I mean we just go back to say what the facts are on the ground in terms of the the latest loop. There was an attack outside Kirkuk a rocket attack there have been increasing rocketfire Adam at American forces from Shia militias in Iraq. Starting in October Tober Brett mcgurk said that hadn't happened. Eight years that part that itself was part of a escalatory cycle that started with the withdrawal from the Iran deal that kills an American American contractor back in December outside Kirkuk and killed an American contractor wounded several American service members there was a retaliatory strike by the US. It Killed Twenty five Shia militia militia members in Iraq and then that storm the embassy which was essentially disbursed with no casualties and then in response to that wildly provocative talkative s escalating act of taking out killing Qassem solely money. So that is that is the situation that has bras tonight to these reports of ground-to-ground missile. Fire from the Iranian government directed at Iraqi basis that whole both Amar Iraqi service members and American service members Donald. What do you think is happening right now? We have reports that Vice President Pence has briefed Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer Pelosi tweeted tweeted out. She's closely monitoring the situation falling bombings targeting. US troops in Iraq. We must ensure the safety of our service members including ending needless provocations

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Top UN official in Mauritania dispels misconceptions over slavery, womens rights

UN News

08:51 min | 8 months ago

Top UN official in Mauritania dispels misconceptions over slavery, womens rights

"Supporting Mauritania's efforts to protect eastern border from jihadists and other destabilizing elements is just one aspect of the work in this quiet corner of North Africa. That's according to U N Resident Coordinator for Mauritania Anthony or Hemming Amar who oversees the organization's operations nations to help the country realise sustainable development economic growth and other goals. Mr Obama was in New York recently and spoke to Dan. Penn about UN assistance in Mauritania. And the need to clear the air over negative reports about slavery and gender equality. Most people don't hear much about Morton. Yeah of course. It's quiet and sometimes when we hear about more tedious usually mostly negative slavery. Those kinds of things. There are some transformative initiatives going on in the country which needs to be understood and also supported. And does this way you went comes in and before we begin maybe you can tell us a resin coordinator Benita. What exactly is that? What do you do there well us? The title indicates We coordinate the UN or personnel support to the country and We D- reforms. We also I also secretary general so we do take on issues that we didn't take on board previously like some of the political issues but the main focus is to make sure that the UN programming response today as DVD's in pefect alarming to support the government's priorities. Thank you very much. And you've mentioned the SDG's the sustainable development goals what are some of the major ones that Mauritania is working on. Mauritania is a very big country about one million square kilometers. Four point four million people. It's straddles the senator Gary of Abass. In all the way to the Suhel to the desert in the north there are four men issues I think that President Tool Martinez Development. In which you entrust to support one of them's the the whole security issue Martinis the Western Frontier Molly. So the jihadism terrorism We do provide support to make sure that at least Martinez offset bulwark to what is happening. And also to be able to influence positively. What is happening on this border The second bit is the holes social sector support programs that we bring to bear education health. National reconciliation those kinds of things. And then to Ed category is the government support and four elementary economics Davidge vacation Growth and obviously is equal distribution for every Mauritanian to also benefit from economic growth. I usually also talk about environment back. It's in a way President and all the foyer is that I mentioned The economic base is on the environment agriculture extract to use those things but yes environment is also a very important aspect of the UN support you mentioned the UN helping Mauritania to sort of be a bulwark against any sort of. I guess she had a store extremist elements. I guess coming from Mali or other parts of the Suhel is the country impacted as it is now by any terrorist activities No the last in fact terrorist incident. A country country is more than ten years old but since then the government actually adopted some what I call strategic interventions to make sure that doesn't happen again one of them is a decentralisation program does the president speaks about it most of the time that you know countries in that part of Africa have to bring seven assist population and to make depletion feel like they belong they have access to the administration dot com. Talk to people so education. Walter those kinds of things. You know Decentralized government systems and that is working obviously also beefed up security. If you hope you have on your student board which is under CVS security threats than you have to do something so they've also restarted the army. Let me to be able to respond to this kind of threats. And the ad I emphasise million economic development Mauritania depends on agriculture pastoralism. MM So whatever that could be done to make sure that dip with have some economic gains and not to think about terrorism that sort of thing so so fights nights working and because there's also small country Very strong social relationships networks which I also helps the citing keeping together and now at the outset you mentioned you know when I said American you. It's a quiet place we don't hear too much about it and you've mentioned in the past. It was about negative things. Maybe we can talk about but some of those in the steps of the country has taken or is taking together with the support of the UN in overcoming and continuing that progress on Fox walks. Can I think Research I saw a good opportunity to Claire on Mauritania. I think Mauritania is to be topical. Last which is the sub-regional grouping it was forced to leave because it was the only country. Eddie have laws against slavery But some of them it has get laws against livery and it has tribe NAS which track kisses that comes to his attention and that sort of thing so slavery something which is supported by state or institutions is not the case but obviously in in some of the media it's slavery pervades. What really is the issue in the country moment is the sequester slavery and you could could be free? But if you're comical independent on the person who used to own you of your sleep yongle five and so on and so forth and and so the government does acknowledges that There are some of these issues and the present government basically costs four. Aw Proletariat is to make sure that some of these things transformed emphasis on the governance rule of law areas Emphasis on national reconciliation emphasis assists on economic growth that benefits everybody and then obviously emphasis on social aspects and they have a big program Kota the moon. The moon base. Kelly's associate transfer Francois Program which the president has taken on more and essentially enlarging it to make sure that that autonomy that to break the links between former slaves and your masters could actually become a reality that being said of your sleep when you have the big country like Martina. There are certain things which will be happening and I saluted corners of the country. I think the. US government does report on slavery and trafficking some of these issues and Martinez. Three BIS scully. meaning that there are a lot of things to do that. I think the government is governed side of that. And it's doing what it can to make sure that it's in the good books good neighborliness with Yadda companies have conform to international norms. critise and everything that it has signed onto of course he one of the important areas for the UN in particular for the secretary general is gender equality and how is the country Fairing in that respect Dr West to go I think generally in Africa and I would even say generally around the world agenda qualities issue So when you have on Islamic republic which also fuses out say courtrai traditions. 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"amar" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"amar" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Thanks for having me on. And I'll leave you with this. I may or may not have edited together a bunch of your old audio into a string of unrelated words that I now use for Amar and might or might not be delightful. You might be sitting on millions of dollars. I'm just saying have your people call my people. We'll get a royalty thing. Go. We'll see later. Great dog with you. Take it right. Wow. Oh my goodness. I'm not really all that upset. I mean YouTube has usually been quantity over quality game especially now but, you know, I am curious if you were to take. I don't know a half an hour and find whatever sound, people someone just said they, they fall asleep to my voice, which is a weird compliment. I do. I receive it as a compliment. I really do. And I thank you for that, because I you are su-, hopefully, I okay, like I'm not boring you to sleep, but you are soothed. I'm hoping that's how you main that. But to do someone said, you should do an AS. I have no idea what that would even look like you know my. Tapping on this or a my wrinkling up. Paper and my chewing on some specific types of food that have certain textures. I don't think so my uttering certain words, am I whispering wood need a stereo microphone? I do. I think I would feel ridiculous. But I'll, I'll make you this promise. I'm actually going to go, and like not today, but in the next couple of days, I'm gonna go and put on a headset and I'm going to find video or, or scroll through if you've Ideo and see. I mean, I'm going to experiment, right. I'm going in lab. Conditions lab of one subject with a subjective report. I will be experimenting dec- what I think about a s m are, but it's an interesting thing if you're looking for a way to relax or the stress or get to sleep, a few minutes earlier, or whatever it might if. If it works for you in the way that, you know, Mexican food works for some people's taste, buds, and the way that certain bitches or colors, relax people be the is in a way that certain people in this world in your presence. Relax, you or stress you out this is obviously what I think is just a subjective preference. Kind of thing, but it's fun to talk about. An it's been fun talking about it with you. So thanks for being a part of the show. Thanks again to heath. Enwright of God, awful movies and I'll see you later..

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"amar" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"amar" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"In Amar road that one car went airborne car is literally up above on the roof. That's how high it went. But investigators tell us that it was to car. So we're actually involved in this crash for whatever reason they were coming down Amar road at a clearly high rate of speed. When one of them lost control, slamming into each other slamming into this home critically injured. Were taken to the hospital. Two other people decline treatment for minor injuries. Nobody inside the home was hurt. Ima may fighter. Chris Baena is suing the California Department of transportation after a crash in west Covina. Champion was severely injured in a single car crash last year on the ten freeway Baena says he was trying to pull off the road for an unspecified reason when he slammed into an unmarked K rail. His car was split down the side, severing his leg Baena also broke his clavicle in the collision, according to TMZ, he suing the California Department of transportation saying it's responsible for his tragic injuries because the barrier was not properly marked doctors were able to reattach his leg. But the fighters legal team says it's still may have to be amputated Baena believes his career would still be on the upswing if better protections were in place. Heather Jordan KNX ten seventy NewsRadio getting hit with higher inflation than the rest of the country. Now quoting statistics from the federal government consumer prices last month. Versus bay of twenty eighteen rose more than three percent, Elian Orange County that compares to less than two percent national. That is a long and very robust here in California. So and it's also sign of tight housing markets here in California. The cost of increased rent and housing costs has to get passed along to the consumer beverage line university economist, David Smith. Till's KNX businesses are competing for workers in a tight labor market and paying the more that extra costs passed onto consumers. He says, there's no signs right now of any local economy, slowing.

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"amar" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"amar" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Com. Bobby on are going to be having a great chat about exactly what they have going going, and what system apart from every other crypto, Dan analytics a research platform on the market. Let's do it. Owing Amar thing before we get to the punk. In this podcast, the crypto bony any co host and his guests do not give financial or investment advice on encourage you to do your own research. All topics mention do not invest into this market. What you can't foreign tunes. I bet I know what you're thinking this really Magden Freeman. Well, unfortunately, not but Linden thought it will be a good idea till you sector, soothing voice for the legal mumbo jumbo to smooth things over now. Mets do it. Injury. Podcast. Wayball? Bullpen podcast number nine. The crypto bully..

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"amar" Discussed on Conversations with Phil

Conversations with Phil

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"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..

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"amar" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"amar" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"amar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"amar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Daveramsey dot com does investing i'm not in that business but that's who we recommend will drop down a list of people in your area to sit down and talk to you could choose among those people sit down with one of them and say i here's with your mom and dad there the three of you and say all right let's go over this gets calculator out and let's work the math on this given that we have to healthy sixty five year old and our work it out but if lump sum is there you don't have to run the calculator any more of the decisions done take the lump sum up and roll it to a a traditional ira and smartvestor can broken up you do that as well pick some good mutual funds drop that it's probably one hundred fifty two hundred thousand bucks because probably calculated on about a 6 percent rate of return and most of amar sara is in ann arbor michigan hi sarah how are you i am great thanks for taking my call sure how can i help um i i guess what i just say that my husband and i are debt free except for house and we plan on having the paid off by this year my question milk pertains to a bonus check that my husband is going to be getting this month from work marks much of this um about seventy five thousand not a nice normal about one fifteen okay cool good yep now some of his coworkers are saying that they plan on taking a portion of that money to fully fund a 401 k for this year um my question pertains to is there any benefit to do that verses getting one large checked knowing that he normally maxis out the 401 k will last year he did in june so there's not a whole lot of whose remarks at only one right heaps of maximilian doing he's doing things his coworkers aren't doing gentle putting minor 401 k so they're just they're just dump in this in there but he's already got his 401 k maxed out for the year he's got a plan to not this bonus did understand.

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"amar" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"amar" Discussed on We The People

We The People

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"amar" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"amar" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"amar" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"amar" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"Good i look forward to binion playoff i will say well donte amar that's his contribution to thursday piped gas very cool to have some celebs citing cheer in the oh6 oon o our thanks go to mike for joining us on the podcast today mike clay nfl on twitter and instagram you could read them over espn dot com or team on sports center this morning depending on what time you're listening to this and hashtag brainiacs hashtag rainier laboring at stefan you'd be 87 on instagram at stefan you're underscore espn on twitter we're back tomorrow injuries game previews a recap of tonight's game between the eagles and the panthers we'll talk to you then peace out sara gilbert you can always count on but liked just like you can always count on always came gary bari's tufar roma wings sauces too hot not for jerry always game gary is famous among friends deserves line into responsibly copy easing was his.

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"amar" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"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.

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