18 Burst results for "Amenas"

"amenas" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"amenas" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"You always reach this gap right so when I got back to like my fourth great grandparents I think on one branch of the back my fifth great grandparents. And that's because I had a couple of ancestors that owned land land and were free before emancipation. Wow which is a fascinating to know. North Carolina North Carolina I have an ancestor under named Caroline. Black Woman's go caroline widowed owned land eighteen fifty in North Carolina. How in the world now of course this is all these things about that time of history? Like how can this be Carolina were we got questioned. Told me everything girl bravest this woman we'd allow. Oh my God I know so I think because that was happening They were showing up on other documents. Right yes but for my ancestors. who were enslaved? During that time once you get back to your fourth great grandparent. You lose them because their names aren't showing up anymore. You're seeing slave schedules. And and maybe you can tell the county where they were. Maybe you can tell what age they would have been Z.. Might be able to kind of guesstimate. Oh I bet where it says Negro Female L. Nine years old that's my ancestor right. But there are no names there and the only way that you can find the names as in the will of the slave owners which are held mostly as private documents by the families So if the families the white families never release this will that they typically have and some someplace somewhere of their great grandfather. Whoever in the will it would say bequeaths Caroline bequeaths these names and then we would have that to match? But a lot of my friends who've genealogy like me you go to reach out to what would be eh. The white sometimes are your white family members even though they are your family members by where yes you you reach out to them on whatever family tree. twenty-three yeah whatever it is and they don't write back Every now and then they do but sometimes the shame yeah. That's a question that I would love for you to answer because I do know that in my line we were slave owners at one point. What's my right next move? I do I find those families. All that's available. We aren't hiding anything. What's my next move to try to make it right? Is that language which off. I'm sorry I felt languages even off a little eating. Well I think in a way I can't answer for you okay. What that next move is for you but I do think it's good for white people in America to look into their ancestry to Because I think in this in Akin saying in the same way but in a similar way as to how it affects me knowing the people that come from it's different but I'm GonNa make a correlation here that I can look at how those people survived and I can find a lot of inspiration and a lot of hope and joy enjoy in the people that have come from you know. I think that the work of genealogy regarding the history of slavery has been looked at like. Oh that's good good for black people to do so. They can know little bit more about where they come from. But it's not as often that you hear people talking about. I have looked into this to stare. Jared in the face to look and see the name of my ancestor honestly schedule and how many slaves they owned. And what wealth Alf. That meant whether your family ends up wealthy or what wealth that means for me. Yeah how it trickles down to you. Yes so I can't answer for you. What the next move is but I think looking into that history and knowing it And doing the work of that research and not. It's glossing over it. I think that's a good thing. I wish more a white Americans did that because sometimes people are like. Oh No my people no we would never ever own slaves and then you look back into it and you're like oh we did or maybe we didn't but we worked in this type of environment or we work for this type of place which still benefited from you. You know like I'll give you an example. I was just we just had. Unfortunately a family member pass away but whenever that happens. My Grandmother's the last living matriarch in our family. So I always use that this might. I love the way your family's everything she is. All of people have instagram sheet when grandma POPs into the INSTAGRAM. It's just the best in your mom and your sister. Your sister's hair is just always. I'm like this girl every so cool your whole family so cool. I don't know what it is why I think they're just amazing. You're also you're also. My sister says my mom must have had cool in her uterus. Exactly right that's exactly when she was carrying us so I was talking to my grandmother about you know I try to ask different questions because sometimes when things like that happened in the family it'll jog her memory Tell me something that'll be good like clue yet far family tree. She tells me this story that my grandmother on my Dad's side was a maid. And she tells me on Your Dad. My Dad's side right so it would would have been my great grandmother on my Dad's side. My Mom's grandmother K. was a maid and my grandmother remembered the name of the family family. She worked for our and they owned. They were like big time at that area of North Carolina they owned a mill. Well then like I went to following that it and like later on. They weren't doing like cornmeal anymore. They went into poultry and became like one of the big names of poultry a day. Oh right so it's like even those things you look at it and you're like well you know. Maybe maybe you know my family members. They didn't own slaves. Well you know. Here's my grandmother grandmother. My great grandmother like working as domestic for this family. That is sh- really making money from the backs of black people you know and like now we look at some of these big name like chicken and Turkey producers right and how they were able to flip that money from like. Oh this cornmeal business. We you had to like now. We become billionaires doing this but my great grandmother did not receive those same dividends From cleaning their house and whatever her ancestors ancestors did before her right so I think it's good for us to stare at our history to know it and look at it because then we can excuse ourselves selves. We can excuse Even the things that our forefathers and for mothers you know air quotes in this country did We can excuse excuse with that. was what white people did when they attempted to found a country that was already here as many nations. You know so. I think it's good to stare that stuff in a face. It's hard hard but it's good the hermitage here which was Thomas. Jefferson's home has changed their one of their speeches. They give an and the woman says a question we get a lot is but what if my ancestors were good slave owners boy him. What if my and their answer is there is no such thing as a good slave owner? Yeah and that is a harsh reality. 'cause you'd like to believe as a white woman I'd like to believe that my ancestors all the sentences that cannot be true treated them fairly and Anne they were slice Anne. They weren't paid to be there Anne they were sold and so it is it. It is good and hard to look at that seven go..

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"amenas" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"amenas" Discussed on KCRW

"Interesting in the slow roasting, and also the comforting sections were the canned tomatoes. Yeah. So when I was working on the technique section I kind of got it down to that list. And I knew that for every technique. I wanted. To show a step by step instruction of how to do whatever it was. So, so that you could see sort of in consecutive steps in a real kitchen. How to go about doing this, the grids that are part of that technique section show you that you can do that. And we limited it to twelve but that you can take that same exact steps of instructions and apply it to twelve different ingredients that are going to be on the next page. And so when I was writing the book, I had to come up with, like, what are all these things going to be for the grid? And there are things you have to think about when you're putting together like color, and having a good mix of proteins and produce having something unusual or something surprising. And I really was just messing around with the canned tomatoes as an experiment like I thought that it would work. There is a slow roasted buttered tomato sauce that I had made in the past, so we tried slow roasted tomatoes, and it was a total revelation like concentrated their flavor. Ver- cooks off a lot of the water changes the texture, and then you have this condiment that is transformed. Its added value you get when you come fee, it, you get all of the oil, that's also infused with the tomato flavor and it's just great again. Hands off thing that you can have. I also love that it was taking ingredient that since the rise of the farmers market has been devalued canned tomato. Yeah. And I mean particularly for us out here because we have this insanely crazy long season. Alright try not to rub it. I'm sorry, with the addition of Baja California, Mexico. But we forget that can't does are, you know, tomatoes picked at their peak of right? Yes. And preserved they're just not in a pretty Mason jar. That's right. There's something you should always have, you know, and I feel the same way about can't be ins and cans of coconut milk. Those are great flavor building things that are shelf stable, that are high quality that have a lot of flavor. So let's talk about the recipes there's so many parts to how you build them that are really, really fun. So I am a celery lover. Okay. Very divisive ingredient. I love salary, too. I find it hilarious that people don't know. People are passionate in their hatred. I know talk to me about this salary dish in the book, which one the stir fried celery in. Yeah. Habich race. So this, this is a stir fry dish with salary cabbage bacon, some peanuts. And then I think they're soya sauce and some rice vinegar, and this was one where I actually went shopping in my refrigerator, I was hungry. I was home. I wanted to eat, I didn't want to have to make a big thing about it. And that was what I had. I had half ahead of green cabbage. I had some salary and I don't know if you do this, but sometimes I just start pulling stuff out of the fridge as I'm sort of figuring it out, and then and then a few things will go back into the fridge if they don't make the cut. So that was, you know, I love sauteed salary. I like it sauteed so that it's still crunchy it. Mellows it's sort of bitterness. And when you cook it, it makes the juicy Ness, more available in a in a weird way. So it might lose that like snappy Brayqih salary. Vibe. But then you get a very crunchy. Juic- it's still has all of its texture and it just paired really well with the cabbage. And then I threw peanuts salted peanuts on top because that was sitting in my pantry. I had some bacon bacon and cabbage, go really great together. So what if I didn't have bacon? Would be something else, you could use that would give you that hint of protein who, mommy. Yeah, I think because it's savory and it's also salty. And it is like you say it's got that Emami if you had mushrooms you throw a mushrooms in, you know, if you had a leftover pork chop, for example, or if you had Panchev in your freezer, you could dice that up and toss that thrill. But I think the biggest thing that you, you lose when you take bacon out of a dish is really the, the saltiness. So add more salt. More soy. Brags. Some brags brags amino. Yeah. Exactly. Brags Amenas, there were two ideas in the book that I particularly fell in love with one is green beans in the sandwich. Yep. That's my Hammond butter bag at that came about from a beach, a beach snack. When? Sort of height of summer traveling with the family, I started bringing just buttered, bread and leftovers to the beach because it was just easier than packing a lunch. And then as long as you don't get too much sand into your assembly, you can kind of use that bread and butter and put any of the leftovers in make a sandwich. So that's where I had leftover green beans. I had the ham, the butter the bread and I was like, oh, this is great. I'm doing this more often and the idea of potato chips. Croutons. Yeah. Potato chips are one of my favorite things to like crunch up and sprinkle over something. So I think that came about because I love potato chips in sandwiches, actually, and then you're getting this layer of crunchiness without any of the work of actually making croutons. Plus, if you have, you know, your gluten free people, you can put potato chips on top of a Caesar salad instead of croutons, and that would probably deliver. It's just texture, right? It's fat and its texture and assault. It's and it's crunch. So, yeah. Keeps them. Cattle. I like the kettle cooked potato chips because they have a lot of structure. It's interesting, it's probably the one idea that's going to allow me to not finish a bag of potato chips, so great. Just so I have full. Nice. Also, great on fried rice, crushed potato to which I got a gasp in the audience, it was like. And then this like satisfied like woo. It was pretty funny. So if you were to pick a recipe that we haven't already broken down, as like a sales pitch for the buck, so I wanted to write a book, I wanted to write a cookbook that was going to make people excited about shopping for food, because food shopping is not a sexy topic. And in fact, when I was working on the book with my editor she was like the coal grocery thing is like a real buzz Cal. And I knew that there was something there because of talking to people about food shopping, and how many times I've been stopped in a grocery store, or at the farmer's market, with, like a giant bunch of kohlrabi in my hand and somehow I'm like a magnet for people who are like curious and confused, you know, so people who would come up and say, like what do you like what does one do with that? And I knew that there was something about people's love food, love of cook. Taking natural curiosity, and kind of bringing that all together in a strategic way in that I'm advocating that you shop online for certain ingredients, and also in kind of a romantic, and dull Geant creative way, in that I want people to shop, without recipes and be guided by what they actually find, and the conversations they might have with the people who walk in the work in the store that they are shopping at. Well, I think it's really a powerful buck. Thank you so much. Thank you. Carl pleasure. Carla Lawley music is the food director of bone apetite magazine..

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XL Men Demand Fashion: Are You Shaquille ONeals Big, Sexy Model?

Business Wars Daily

03:35 min | 2 years ago

XL Men Demand Fashion: Are You Shaquille ONeals Big, Sexy Model?

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to show a brand new podcast from octa. Every successful entrepreneur follows a different path. Learn how to forge your own by listening two zero two zero wherever you get your podcasts. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business daily on this Wednesday, April twenty fourth one reporter Daphne Howland of the industry site, retail dive wrote about the explosion and women's plus size fashion. Something happened that surprised her larger men reached out to or saying they want the same kind of mainstream and high end fashion that plus size women are now finally enjoying about a third of American men are so called big and tall, but such larger sized clothing. Only accounts for ten percent of all menswear sales Forbes reports, but now there is a bit of increased attention to creating good-looking fashion for men who are taller and heavier than the average guy retail dives Jalan reports on a handful of specialty in mainstream companies paying attention, including the clothing box company, stitch fix and men's online retailer Benito's both recently. Attended their men's sizes to be more inclusive stitch fix told retail dive that when it announced an XL offering for men twenty five thousand customers signed up on a waiting list, and blogger called the Kirby fashion Easter lauded bonobos saying that this move is another validation that plus size men belong in mainstream fashion brands. Oh, and if you had noticed there's a walking billboard for fashionable big and tall men, and he's looking for you Shaquille O'Neal who stands seven foot one and weighs about three hundred twenty five pounds has a line of big and tall men's clothing, it JC Penney through Sunday shack is conducting a nationwide search for model his size. He's often called a giant. And there aren't many like him he acknowledges so pennies is working with a modeling agency will Amenas in what they call the biggest and tallest search around looking for shack says big and sexy guys. Like me, maybe the publicity will finally help this miniscule slice to the menswear market grow. A lot bigger. Rum. Wondering this business wars daily, if you find this story fund tweeted, would you word of mouth is how people find thanks so much for listening. I'm David Brown will see tomorrow. This episode of business was daily is brought to you by zero to PO a brand new podcast from octa zero IPO gets into the blood, sweat and tears of business growth. What it took for some of the world's most successful entrepreneurs to get to where they are today, and what they learned in the process. The first episode is a candid conversation with venture capitalist, Marc Andreessen. He's incredibly articulate and to the point with his advice to entrepreneurs right now about halfway through episode two which is all about what to do when you get your big idea. I can't get enough of zeroed IPO find it wherever you get your podcast.

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"amenas" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"amenas" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I mean, I'll has given the straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones, best networks, no contracts. I mean can't give you the straight talk right now because he's been banished from the room as well as mcdonagh. And Chris Cody and now Michael Ryan who has been very frustrating this week for a variety of different reasons, he has been locked out of the studio. So we are doing a little bit of a skeletal crew. But I will tell you as part of straight talk with a mean a mean just sauce to God's in his natural habitat. It was it was like happening upon one of those birds of paradise dealing a mating dance partner where things that are very hard to see usually our top of the list. Stugatz. Natural habitat away from all this nonsense having thoughts so stugatz walked into the other room and was just staring at the at the beach. He just walked in the other room and Amenas in the penalty box out there. And what did it mean? See he just he's all the wheels turning and he saw me as you just described just staring out into the middle of nowhere. There may have been an ocean out there. I did see it. I was thinking about how is Kobe get a counter Pat Riley in the possibility of him coming back to the Lakers because Kobe wants to be an is the most beloved Laker of all time, but Riley and LeBron put together a couple of Gympie chips that ain't good for the Kobe Bryant. So how does he stop this a main sauce to God's trying to figure out? How does? Kobe stop this as he stopped Billy. Was was doing it under his breath. He was sort of when I say, this is God's in the natural habitat. He did not know he was being watched. It was just a thought that was leaking out of him through a mumble. I was rubbing my chin with my thumb and my index finger because that's what you have to.

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"amenas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"amenas" Discussed on KOMO

"Hall stunned this morning shelf Seattle community morning after the tragic death of a newly appointed seatac city council woman Amina Ahmed an advocate for immigrant and refugee rights has died in a car crash that occurred on Saturday. Komo's Patrick Quinn talk with a friends who are coping with a sudden and tragic death energy to an AFI. So they were in the middle of planning a Amenas meet-and-greet as a newly elected city council member. That's when they got the news that their former boss, and friend is gone. No. For community just hours after her death. Her friends, remember, Amina Ahmed, the woman, advocate, and friend. That's why I am who I am today. Steps to other follow around. One o'clock Amina was killed in a head on collision on south one eight eighth street in seatac Amina lived in south King County for the last twenty years as an immigrant. She was a voice for immigrants and refugee rights. And in October was appointed to the seatac city council. People come to say why you want to organize all this. She's like, we all have equal rights. We need to stand together or loss is resonating to the city. She had such big plans for and yet while gone Amina Ahmed impact, we'll continue to live on Patrick saying that meet-and-greet mentioned it was being planned for Ed is not cancelled. It'll still be held December twenty first just slightly different in tone. It'll be a time to honor the life of Amina Ahmed policing lacy investigating that fire that destroyed a Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall early Friday. The fires are six incident since March, and what appears to be a string of attacks targeting. Jehovah's Witnesses Thurston county sheriff John schnauzer says local church members are on the edge about these attacks. Makes you feel really.

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"amenas" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"amenas" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"With in book, I'm fascinated by this. Why are you so fascinated by this Dan is in book better than ever Golson? Yes. Better than Tommy Reese, yes. Better than to, Sean. Kaiser, no. I mean second year started to Sean Kaiser, I don't think he's better talent wise than Kaiser Kaiser has not better talent wise than wimbush. But he's better than Brandon wimbush. Kaiser head way more talent he could throw a deeper ball with better. Accuracy, obviously drafted pretty highly. In the NFL. I felt a lot better about his skill set than I do EM book. But there is a similarity in that both Kaiser in books seem to play some of their better football. When the games on the line. Both have that quality in common. I feel a little bit more confident in what book does when he's dealing with pressure than ever golsen ever golsen. These sort of didn't really know what's going to happen. He had legs. But there was a little bit of a wimbush quality where it was during headlights. Okay. So I'm I'm pro book here. For some reason. There's part of me that feels like I'm waiting for the clock strike midnight. Yeah. And for this whole thing to turn back into a big old, pumpkin. But for now. Anyway, the results are there and he has been playing well big spot. So got to stick with the offense has been demonstrably better since week three. I will add tie because we are contractually obligated to do. So. This note at aim segments. Brought to you by Dunkin's extra nicotine cigarettes Junkins extra nicotine, cigarettes smoke them watching coach Kelly's spun smoke the competition. Okay. That's a jerk. Ten thirty ESPN Cal at USC USC favored by five and a half. I'm curious to see what the US offense can do against a good defense. I like USC here. Cal going on the road. Once again, two different styles of offense that they are facing is is a little bit worrisome to me. I think USC ultimately runs away with the scam. We saw the step forward. They took on the ground granted against Oregon state last week. But when USC can run USC can comfortably win. They just haven't always run the ball tee Martin for whatever reason and play calling did not add up to rushing success for the Trojans. I think eventually they get it down. I think Cal strength has been playing the past j to Daniels, healthier and healthier. I think is a good sign for USA. I'm still worried about us seeing the long term, but I have them winning this one twenty two twenty eight thirteen I think I agree with you. I'm gonna go USC. And I think our guy Adam Amenas calling this game. Didn't leave us a voicemail. We'll put it on Twitter feet. If he sends us something, but he was just at USC. So I will for him. If you're going to this game. If you're a Cal fan, I guess that's reverse weekender or just a weekend. Or if you're Cal fan going down. USC? If you go downtown, which is where USC is. And you are looking I always give the taco recommendations not today. I have to recommendations of where to eat if you're Berkeley fan going down or Cal fan going down from Berkeley USC or wherever if you're downtown Grand Central market is a norm ass- historic but updated food hall, all sorts of great food coffee papooses,.

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"amenas" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"amenas" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Make? Yes, true graduate student and our focus group of one game caught Amenas embar Celona wishing him a long road ahead to the age of at least eighty six in Bolivia. As in Spain, there are not a lot of processed prepackaged foods in the diet. There's also move back toward local indigenous crops and at the front of that movement are women as a recent article in sever magazine puts it women hold the keys to Bolivia's food system. The article was written by Leslie Baracoa after a trip to lapaz. Pirates was back in New York. When we spoke, we also reached out via Skype to one of the women profiled inner article ta. She's the head chef at the La Paz restaurant goose do when we all got together. It was the first time they had spoken since the article came out. Again, congratulations because of the poor. It's like superman. Oh, good. I'm so glad you're happy with it. I mean, you guys were such nice on spire. Are people liking it gifts? Yes. A look women like most ta or making Bolivia an international food destination, but don't take my word for it. Here's Leslie power. So again, women in Bolivia. As far as food goes, are everywhere walking through the markets walking through the streets. When you see food carts and food stands, women are running them. They are the people who are making the food. They are serving the food and they're the running the businesses behind the food. There's one market woman in your story Lorenza Choky Mia, who said that men don't know how to sell. I emperor is what role men do play in the market. They eat at the markets at least as far as there were moments where I saw, you know, little boys who are helping their moms. Washing dishes and perhaps running food. But for the most part would is that the men were the men were there to sort of enjoy what the women were making. There's some crossover between what sold at the market and what you serve at gosta. MARCY tosa your restaurant because it's kind of put Bolivia on the map as a food destination. Describe Gustavo. So we restaurant on got restaurants, like we'd make foods based on the hundred percent believe them product. We made mostly the station menu so you'll have like twenty Carson facing. Yeah. Will you will get like in every single dish? You'll get some like altitudes of believe? Yeah, some product, some history, but it's not like a believe Ian for digital food is not like h is a mix of everything. We basically do like Knicks of the world use techniques of the world on the way he'll. With the Nate product? Yeah. I mean, you're doing of guard kind of high end cooking with local produce, do feel a connection to the women in the market? Generally, definitely. I think they are very connected. Leslie was telling to you think we women are like the Kyoto lettuce traffic you'll are will raise the strana midfield short in Bolivia are the ones who are in front the Keach in even though like it's like a high last Keach Senate is a pup lower kitchen is treat with gauging the will be always the wealth in front of it. So of course, I feel a lot a lot like Bentiu find them on a lot of is fire of them as well because they ask they had one who actually that job now. Yeah. So Leslie power, so Marcia has helped put lapaz on the map as a foodie. Destination sores. Women run the market and lapaz after your trip there and. Your reporting, where do you see this kind of trend going if we can call it that is it just about women and food Bolivia is fascinating for so many reasons. One of which is that it's incredibly bio-diverse. It doesn't have a coastline in. So I think a lot of times it's maybe overlooked because there isn't necessarily the sort of a typical beach destination aspect to it or a port even to to bring in other products, which is is actually a boon some ways. It's been so protected by it's really sort of wild topography. So I think that in terms of trends, Bolivia as a food destination is on the rise and that these women are going to start to be recognized around the world goose do..

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"amenas" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"amenas" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Each other people just being fake people just being phony, right? But also, you know anybody can be doing anything online and you as much as you think everything's going to be out there in the middle review. Okay. That much. Man, like what you searching for. To say, excuse me. Did you lose your daughter? No, you know, in, you know, I, it's scary like somebody could be putting a life completely out there. You can find off things about them online and still not know like they're the darkest secrets, you shouldn't. No, no, you shouldn't. But then again, like thinking like, all right, my teenagers. Sure. They're gonna be online. The whole time you keep finding out. This guy keeps finding out how much he does not know his daughter man. You know it's an and that's that's another thing to see. Like it's not only that he's like he's deemed the mystery is getting big about where his daughters, but the things that he is discovering is that damn, I know it damn thing about my daughter, man, and I feel like she don't even like me. Comes out of nowhere. They set this up really well in the beginning by showing as a family, they've gone through loss in that through that loss him as a father and his daughter, they grew distant and then everything that she's been doing is like they're normal grieving tactics. Yes. So everything they're doing, his character is believable and it. I just love it as a story because it makes everything he's doing relatable. So you can follow him. Yeah. And like I said, I really did like how inciteful the movie was. I think this director is better at delivering these operations and a lot of people would with this material, but we all we hide. Everyone is keeping a secret. Question marks all over, did entity of any person? Nobody was actually a friend. I don't know who to talk to calling every name I read online. She's been transferring funds for the last six months. Few think you know more online. We found blood at the thinking, oh, Peter, you don't think she's involved with anything serious. Don't tell you, you think you know Vick sorry for everything that had to mail. You don't know shit by the end of it dead. They really do. Like is at the movie, continues to just uncovered things, and you just deny see, come, really, and some of those things most things work and some of those don't really. I think that the ending is kind of of a stretch. And you know, while this is a very independent of filling film whilst feeling film and wise bear imaginative in his very creative and what it does, it does go to somewhat of a Hollywood ending, but it's appropriate for this movie radio, disagree, strongly. You do like every the ending is completely set up by the beginning just by knowing the detectives motivation, sedans motivations. The world are living in this movie has no fat whatsoever. Everything that they're setting up it, the indie make sense. Yeah, you may disagree on what we're talking about. Of course, we can't rebuild it because it's the ending, but. Movie also has to have a big ending, something like worthy of it being the issue. So we know. I'm I'm not saying I have a problem with with people like an inning. I'm just if Amenas a personal thing also. I mean, listen, when you do a whole movie light this based on video and phones, desktops and footage, it's going to get ridiculous times. Don't nobody spend this much time on video conferencing? All right. I mean, every call this man makes is a video conference. There's somebody call me this much on video us. You will see my dick at some point because I'm just I'm gonna get tired of putting on my clothes. It's like like they, they do a lot of video. Men, you know, oh, and then there's points where you have John chosen. I'm going to capture every part of this conversation on video, and he just strategically puts cameras in every part of the house like a like a like a director photography on the movies. He's trying to get evidence against, you know, the person. He thinks her daughter, I don't think them cameras need to be everywhere. It don't need to be hiding in the toilet in the garbage disposer. Nah, I'm exaggerating, but I know I'm in like on the refrigerator here would hear about three different cameras going on, so they could cut that shit like a scene in a movie, and it was like, all right now why?.

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"amenas" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"amenas" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"How do we haven't talked about onwards so long have harmful looking so as y'all hill so hot like i cannot even handle anwar amigas body language you should just see how she melted in her chair just now had i called it a called it for how much you like anwar he's probably gay it actually probably means he's gay don't you know what that's so dark that's totally what's going to i'm not i mean i'm not saying anything allegedly but philip amenas taste if she likes the same taste bobby finger and nikola pelts we don't align with them i'm sorry bobby all i will convert your okay so anyway let's let's i don't know but kendall in the basketball players i do think is really fascinating because i respect to that she is one of the kardashians at like doesn't put her her like life out on blast now that kylie how to secret baby i'm like oh you this family actually knows how to lay low like evidence is here and kendall like lazlo with her whatever it is that she's doing and her love life but i just don't buy these basketball players like what are you talking about her neither i don't believe anything about her first and foremost lights i don't believe anything she puts out there i think it's i think it's a strategic move on our part i don't think she tells anyone anything about what she is what she's feeling or what she's doing smart yeah which is mart right yeah she'll be the one yeah fun to insinuate about her life because it's like we have no real evidence i think only in kendall really loves is her like muscle car collection like she always got so happy when she liked parades around in a car talked about a black person though while while we we look like so tanaka we don't we don't care we don't care that's really the long ensured of big topic that people were like what's happening is drake's tricks i am actually i i have a lot of feelings about drake because do i think that he spiraling absolutely do i think about push t like roasted him or whatever i don't think so i think that like if drake is hiding child server as i i was like this is actually kinda dumb because he was like push not like connie as wack and push a t was like drake you are responsible for fatherlessness in america like i was like.

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"amenas" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"amenas" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"Support for this mpr podcast and the following message come from jamila woods a musician and poet born and raised in the south side of chicago her critically acclaimed debut album heaven is a collection of songs of self love love for chicago and love for the black women she calls friends heaven is powerful and empowering listen now on apple music some of us know from personal experience it is now possible to go days weeks even months without ever paying for anything in cash more and more people pay for everything with carter an app on their phones in philadelphia that trend is led some restaurants to stop taking cash at all errand moselle reports from our member station whyy it's it's a sleepy morning at bluestone lean cafe in downtown philly a few customers are sitting but most of them are in line to grabble latine light snack before work at the banana toasted through good sam foot is a bluestone regular he's a social worker in the same office building so it's convenient he also lakes knowing its cash free because he almost never has cash i can't remember last arctic echoed probably like a few weeks ago a month ago mary civil either and it was like to give money to my father who like does not belo then mo is a popular mobile app that links to your bank account the general manager erica richie says not having to handle cash is easier for her to at the end of the day not having a cannot canada tore worry about change someone runs out of quarter's earnings the bank do stone went cashless last fall a big reason nearly ninety percent of customers were like sam foot they never paid in cash blue stones founder and ceo nick stone also says lines move faster when employees don't have to make change we told him that someone ordering an eyeing roughly forty seconds versus with cash which is around amenas stone says shaving that kind of time doesn't make him more money is bottom line has actually increased because he's paying more debit and credit card fees he does think it's better customer service ben fletcher is president of philadelphia's chapter of the pennsylvania restaurant and lodging association he says people are also using cash less often it more expensive rice.

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"amenas" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"amenas" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The fact that he can't light up a crowd but he's got a lot of time to develop his skill level because he's going to be abandoning the people of new york city i mean that was quite obvious and his run for a second term what what he does very well marian my observation and your comments please is that he attacks the president in a in a genuinely sincerely hate session mode that jila brand and cuomo don't match and i think that they are much more in their much more institutional than to blah's yo you really believe he means it when he speaks against the about donald o r a 100 percent he he mean hurt me he comes out of the democratic are far left machine uh this is all he's never done and he's he's never i think been confronted with other ideas and he's never been a centrist he's always uh you better radical um he he's somebody who i think uh you know that that that would appeal to that section of the democratic party the question is um how big of a section is that really um are democrats are happy to pull that far to the left seeing that it lost to them this election or um would they look for somebody who you know uh speaks to that but it was actually more of a centrist amenas curnis said in the previous segment a democrats have to not only when democrats but they have to win independence two in dubois zero might have trouble doing that hooters who does trump water while ago of these four of these four well well we bernie exciting were of these three courtesy what what's the best choice for the president one run against the blah's healed there's no no doubt about it but remember de blasio is following in the footsteps of john lindsay one lindsey was a republican liberal progress john wednesay rose up to the ranks he was almost chose him by richard nixon to be as vicepresidential candidate in sixty only rockefellers intervention when he was governor and he said i'll i'll turn off any financial aid to you if you choose my enemy who is john lindsay and then he went and show spiro agnew the governor of maryland but chun lindsey was on his way to becoming vice president i think build the blah's you understand he.

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"amenas" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"amenas" Discussed on KTRH

"The right and center lanes are affected near surveyed shared a move to give me the left also sixty nine southbound add altered in ninety i had an earlier crash that has since been cleared roadwork scheduled loose remain the long sixty nine southbound newcastle down the six ten of the two right lanes obliging brooks summa gulf coast window sacom twenty four hour traffic center i'll trying to work backed gut towards average this weekend ahead but another cold might ahead not quite as cold is last night down to thirty degrees tonight but still subfreezing fifty two degrees for the high tomorrow with sunshine and a cool north wind continuing and mid50s with sunshine on friday i'm meteorologist scott lawrimore the weather channel right now it is uh thirty one and katie it's thirty three partly cloudy here at the ktrh top tax defenders 24 ever weather center levin awad our top story will to young sisters missing from their texas home for days have been found in colorado there are alleged abductor terry miles who is considered a person of interest to their moms death is now in custody authorities say a sheriff's deputy in lost amenas county colorado near trinidad based on a tip came across miles is vehicle on a roadway l earlier the died and took him into custody without incident brown brought police chief alain banks says the girls were located inside the vehicle unharmed and safe for the time without protective services in colorado and in texas we'll be working on getting the girls home at some point in the near future and getting them on reacquainted with back to their family the mother and fourteen year old lily griffith that her sevenyearold sister lu lu was found dead at her home in round rock on sunday.

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"amenas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"amenas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The donor he or she is not part of the donor class does anybody on their care at yet they do character democrats are licking their top is in particular one other point i i would stress karp you hey what victoria the victory today is eight dramatic increase in donald trump political capital political capital for at weighed in goals in this study and he's lost awad who's lost a lot who were you watching within congress amenas mcconnell aware or is ryan aware or others that you could mention greg over the unpopularity of this tax cut bill dare oblivious tiller wilfully of blood while you're like i got it with all your experience bear dash her victory the victory of all caught i think it's going to be a pyrrhic victory but they are desperate for a victory and if you wanna talk about the most important person on capitol hill next year it's chuck schumer i he will have more vote uh you don't have that 5050 you gotta get sixty votes predict that everything you want to get next year including a budget deal which has been obscured by alabama and the tax bill there are a lot of issues where schumer is going to call the shots let me circle back to the republican moderates i think is the wonderful olympia snowe and others we greg maybe it's your new hampshire moderates are ever powerful today are they so upset that they're gonna just blocked this tax cut legislation now because they still here in there hong a backlash by the trump day we can't forget the trump they have on seventy five percent support among republicans so you're a moderate republicans say oh i'm going to defy donald trump that dad doesn't make a lot of fence unless you're from maine like susan collins bill you think similar as soon as youths after the history of alabama right now we focus on fixedincome.

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"amenas" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"amenas" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Um in that's literally just taking carbon dioxide in turning it into oxygen through the no no no hassles for some or its trapping getting rid of trapping under your past dropping it in the canister oca but when you up for longer periods of time it's too much masses not a good way to do this is so we develop regenerative systems and so they have as system on isis right now called cedra which is a ford bed molecular subsist amena pulls out first the water you know it's this u2 sorbian that we use as very sensitive to water so they have to pull out the water first arrested absorbs most sture that's in the air or in the air her out of the molecule her i don't know it's out of the air okay so we just normal error that sonnen theme here we're always breathing out water monroe sweating a little bit of water and so you need the re blow up the water all the time to otherwise it would just get completely humid hundreds eddie and condense and it would be a rainforest in zmm chelsea's duffy get c he would be rea it would be the not out into her right so we were very responsive to humidity and so um he pulled a water first dumb don't overly thus don't be looking into it you just doing that could have placebo to and then the the hague the drier does this you to beds and there's one nuts and that's absorbing and there's another bed nichols when bed that is these orbiting and so it's thermally being heeded it's rejecting the c o two and we capture that co two and it goes to assist nicholson potier and not as a carbon dioxide reduction system it takes hydrogen from when we're were split water so we got oxygen a station by splitting water h 200 we knocked the hydrogen often we get oxygen off of that and the hydrogen that comes off of their we combine that with the carbon dioxide it's a body ace sustem and hair deuces methane and water and we keep the water because that's where the oxygen is and we throw the methane away right now where he's okay venting the methane and i imagine the ideal situation would be used.

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"amenas" Discussed on NASA In Silicon Valley

NASA In Silicon Valley

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"amenas" Discussed on NASA In Silicon Valley

"Um in that's literally just taking carbon dioxide in turning it into oxygen through the no no no hassles for some or its trapping getting rid of trapping under your past dropping it in the canister oca but when you up for longer periods of time it's too much masses not a good way to do this is so we develop regenerative systems and so they have as system on isis right now called cedra which is a ford bed molecular subsist amena pulls out first the water you know it's this u2 sorbian that we use as very sensitive to water so they have to pull out the water first arrested absorbs most sture that's in the air or in the air her out of the molecule her i don't know it's out of the air okay so we just normal error that sonnen theme here we're always breathing out water monroe sweating a little bit of water and so you need the re blow up the water all the time to otherwise it would just get completely humid hundreds eddie and condense and it would be a rainforest in zmm chelsea's duffy get c he would be rea it would be the not out into her right so we were very responsive to humidity and so um he pulled a water first dumb don't overly thus don't be looking into it you just doing that could have placebo to and then the the hague the drier does this you to beds and there's one nuts and that's absorbing and there's another bed nichols when bed that is these orbiting and so it's thermally being heeded it's rejecting the c o two and we capture that co two and it goes to assist nicholson potier and not as a carbon dioxide reduction system it takes hydrogen from when we're were split water so we got oxygen a station by splitting water h 200 we knocked the hydrogen often we get oxygen off of that and the hydrogen that comes off of their we combine that with the carbon dioxide it's a body ace sustem and hair deuces methane and water and we keep the water because that's where the oxygen is and we throw the methane away right now where he's okay venting the methane and i imagine the ideal situation would be used.

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"amenas" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"amenas" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"I don't i haven't seen anybody angry with the police know we'd uh one of the uh the the victim's father's had been coming out in recent days say calling for bob buck horns job right in saying that uh you know he was very unhappy with the police response news was also there during the press conference today and said you know through the hurt that he was going through came out his anger so i'm kind of accepting the police opd i don't know what else yeah who he said he internet around quick any en that understantable integrating father wants you never feel like they're doing enough ula let know you no matter even at not even a murder but like even if you get your bike sold you feel like why aren't they and they did a good job of explaining that to him before you address the credit i look discussed place of greek theater so record of some slight f i will cut any grieving parents lock for anything because i can't imagine what that would be like what's up john welcome to do grab alive thank you it's more the okay to say that we can now define what you mean by more than okay to say that the cops got this one handed to them by name well i feel like he was so comfortable uh with uh the he wasn't feeling that he as you were saying earlier didn't leave the bag in his car it's just that simple of brazenly bring a ogun live they're looking for that much in don't work is just an unnecessary risk okay so i'm kinda confuse so you think that okay thank 77 fog levin i want to fight guy had to at the at this point he's gotten away with murders right walk into a mcdonald's ain't nothin that's true in amenas like that is true seventy seven five seven nine one or two five and eight hundred seven seven one one or two five still don't know why he trusted his gun mean his baggage it would is coworker yeah maybe to status go workers would leave them bag load that's the bottom line you're looking just leave your while allowing and think about this they are teasing him because they see their tease him.

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"amenas" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"amenas" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Think wisely drink wisely you don't have to settle for less if host jeff styles here in the studio talking to the insiders jake kindermann brent burks from a man law firm to six five 1100 right now us been probably two two and a half hours a week they'd go after threats we have against the chatanooga community room outside firms listers that they do this thing called paid for lord it's our chance to give back to the genuine community but now we're at approximately one hundred thousand dollars that we've given to deserving and sometimes very needy people a challenge some of these other law firms that say there from here have an office here to put up or shut up and say what they really done for this community we're not paid to do that tom network but we've got to put a stop to some of his predatory at a state dishonesty that's going on with the bubble it's fair to say that you are champions not just of this community champions of the profession meeting man law firm to 6'5 1100 defenders of our community defenders of their own profession on north dakota i think because cairo leaving every leaves lebron james will be mad is how can play mad as hell basketball all year next year and he will do anything humanly possible to get to the finals again and humiliate tyree irving had any chance he can as were is playing basketball amenas asked not a free drop the gloves and big cedar for rail on the bench weeknights at ten on talk radio one or two point three right gained murders and cold drinks hit the chatanooga introducing.

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"amenas" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"amenas" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"And and well apparently is it out a wild creature babin fighting releasing any information right so i think what's going to happen is if trump she was just you're right again and with the senate coming up in two thousand eighteen again they'll win again and the reason it more and more american if you will from the independent biggest the biggest voting block from the democrats artist one soak puller republicans better coach rob in amenas way and a lot of people won't just show up could say eight trop rate so i think you're went by the way he noted today ourly yup here yet he will how we got destroyed losing jobs india finally you're listening to today's jarkata battle militarily how they're going to get liens now with india it was fantastic because they are going to read a laboratory the chinese border in the pakistani border over there and things are going to have to change it i think that's another we'll i think he's a trump trump us that trump has said that the you know that that they had to apply some pressure to to pakistan pakistan has all these a terrorist hiv territories were they the they won't even go win they you talk about nogo zones in europe they got nogo zones in in pakistan where the the army and the police won't go win and that's where that's where a lot of trouble as being a fomented the spills over afghanistan thanks for the call nick john your next with highway cargo had john hi how can you clarify people mind line the original funding or where waste well what public ended up well here's the thing the republican was involved he asked them to do opposition research in it and then he dropped out and did trump by the way today said he has a pretty good idea who was but he wouldn't tell the reporters who was kind of laughing chuckling but v this guy christopher steal the british by he's the one who came up with the actual dossier that with all this stuff about you know the prostitutes in in saint petersburg and all that stuff he was not hired until after hillary clinton and the dnc started paying the bills so they were live they were looking for they will look inferred the the.

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