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COVID-19:infections areworseningeverywhere, warnsUN agency for Palestine refugees
"Covid nineteen infections at bay among Palestinian refugees has never been so crucial as the new school year gets underway the UN. Relief. and Works Agency unrehearsed said in an interview with you and uses Daniel. Johnson. Agency spokesperson tomorrow I'll refi explains how the agency's put changes in place to try and keep safety five point six million people at AIDS across Jordan, Lebanon Syria, and the West Bank including East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip. Well, Anura has just launched an appeal to raise funds for it to be able. To continue responding to the consequences of covid nineteen, the immediate emergency of course is a health emergency and making sure that the Palestinian refugee community and the staff are all safe. The other immediate emergency is making sure that the Palestinian refugee community has access to all the critical services that's on your what gifts them even though the way we deliver these services has changed. So for instance, needs to have access to medical services, but they can no longer come to the Anura health centers instead on health staff, proceeds through telemedicine and home delivery of. Drugs, right. So people are getting their essential health needs but I think what was most alarming about what you said over the weekend was that the number of covid infections really are starting to spike alarmingly could you make a bit more detail about that owner is very concerned about the spike in numbers of covid nineteen across the countries we work, and so we've seen a spike in the West Bank over the last few weeks but also a spike in Lebanon recently, spy can Gaza with until not very long ago was relatively contained. We also saw a spike in Jordan and Syria would the conflict we hear about. But there is very little data and information coming from there. So everywhere we work seems to be becoming worse and the point is that you're able to keep it at bay if you like the infections of this new corona virus, because you were helping some of the five point, six million registered Palestine Refugees in the middle, East with what they needed to stay at home and keep away from others. So therefore preventing transmission of the virus, but that has now changed because people just literally have to. Get back to work only able to contain largely the outspread of Covid nineteen because we were able to convince people to stay home convinced them meaning delivering to their homes, what they needed whether it's food assistance or whether it's medicine or whether it's distance learning the problem is when the situation took much longer than we thought people needed to go back to work and to their livelihoods Palestine refugees say things like we rather catch covid nineteen than go hungry. Yeah, and you can understand that you of course. You can understand that given the scale of the social economic impact of Covid, nineteen around the world it's only worse on vulnerable communities like refugee communities and in particular Palestinian refugee communities. Another element of your work is obviously education and I know that you commissioner general is very proud of the educational support that you give to what five, hundred thousand Palestinian refugee children. Maybe you could tell me about how they're back to school challenges have panned out whether they're doing remote learning the actually backing class the. Early, signs are all very exciting and very positive students across the fields we work at. Enron are extremely excited to go back to school. We're talking about half a million girls and boys in over seven hundred schools. We're talking about a big cohort of people and a bit cohort of people who work committed in the last academic year to continuing their learning even though it was remote and often difficult. When you're a Palestine refugee, you don't necessarily have an individual tablet and constant internet coverage and yet the. Students that went on learning. Last year was really high and this is something we are very proud of this year. We have several scenarios in place either the children go fully back to school physically while respecting social distancing in hygiene rules and everything where they have a blended approach. So they go for three days to school and they study remotely for three days. We also have a scenario in case the situation gets worse and we have another lockdown where students fully lauren remotely. So we're looking at all scenarios where prepared to mix and match just to continue education and what Would you say in terms of covid exposing the weaknesses of the system of you like we've seen all over the world it's exposed the frailties of already mentioned of people with chronic illness those who don't have a job with some welfare support. What would you say in the five the five areas under works East Jerusalem Gaza Strip Lebanon Syria the West Bank and Jordan let in every crisis. The most vulnerable are the ones who are most put to the test and in the case of Covid nineteen as you said, a lot of the weaknesses of difference systems whether it's health education. Welfare were tested however, some of the strengths of some institutions were also tested in the case of Anura because we have a very long and solid experience and education in emergencies for example, were able to shift very quickly to distance learning and to supporting students and families, and the teachers and the education staff to continue education the same for health services we do have that experience, which unfortunately we took from various wars and conflicts and emergencies, but it's an experience that's helped us well in this lockdown and closure face because of covid nineteen.
All About Endorphins
"People have been told in the past. That exercise been said to be an aid. Finale everything from depression. Obesity helps reduce stress helps reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases. And so on. But what is really going on in our bodies that gives us this empowering feeling so of course helps that it could be due to the fight that we've gone out and progress towards health and fitness goal. Is that sense of pride against all odds more so than that is due to the release of endorphins so in Dolphins on Anura Chemicals. which get their name from? The word indulgence. Which you've heard before which means coming from within the body and morphine? Which is an opiate pain reliever On Dolphins got the name because they are not true pain relievers. They Act has John. Jesus like pain relievers. So dolphins consists of a large group of peptides the produced by the central nervous system and the pressure tree land so since dolphins act on the opiate receptors. Not Brains they reduce pain and boost pleasure. which results in a feeling of well big saw she happens is the endorphins are released. In response to brain chemicals Kohl's neurotransmitters is and the neuron receptors that dolphins bind to are the same ones certain kinds of medicines by two as well and dolphins. Aw as I said the painkillers produced in response to physical discomfort. The improved self esteem that we do feel otherwise known. As runner's high is a result Zolt of these endorphins being released so it wasn't actually until two thousand eight that measuring endorphins in humans was actually possible because we ain't got some new imaging technology becoming available so researchers used positron emission tomography or pet scans to view at brain in both before and after exercise. And after doing this they found the increase in the release of endorphins after exercise. And that's why it's medical medical professionals prescribe regular exercise as a treatment for mild to moderate depression and anxiety because exercise boosts your mood a Walston endorphins. Get all the attention. You'll body also pumps out and the kind of annoyed switch. All a naturally synthesized version of THC. which is the chemical responsible for the feeling that marijuana produces and the most examine that new? Talamante produced in the body is known as Anandamide and this is believed to it. Creates a feeling of calmness. Jim Research is actually found. That's the end of cannabinoid system could be involved in the runner's high because they observed that's endorphins com pass rooted the blood brain barrier whilst the lipid soluble end cannabinoid found at high levels in people's blood off the running so they can travel from the blood into the brain where it can trigger a high. And what's interesting is that Celia Hillard who has HD director of the Neuroscience Research Center. The Medical College of Wisconsin has found that people need eight hours of sleep for optimal ended kind of annoyed production. So this gesture. Although there's no scientific proof a morning homerun is more likely to produce a runner's high than an evening or after noon runs I didn't want endorphins to get all the glory about why we feel so great author director cise. This is of course after we recovered breath back from whatever exercise. It may be a new kind of annoyed. Also have a part in this as well. They're still trying to evaluate wait now which has more of an impact. But hopefully that's given you some science behind wiig sizing can make you feel great. Not only my feeling of pride you've got you've gone out and Don some workouts despite your busy schedule but also because of the neurochemical was ended kind of annoys that are being released as
"anura" Discussed on Freakonomics
"Hard wired for a certain behavior new research on the mind has uncovered the possibility that believing in God may be hard wired in our brains and the problem for parents is kids? Kids don't just like sugar. There biologically hardwired for it in the overwhelming majority of cases in which it's used hardwired it is is really misleading. And I think sometimes potentially pernicious Scott Lillian Feld from emory because it can lead people into assuming that certain behaviors cannot be changed the predisposition toward infidelity is hard wired in the brain must mean as a as a a male. I can't resist my inclination toward infidelity. hogwash. Of course you can. We know these things can be good can be resisted although not always easy if you say it's hard wired implicitly or actually not that implicitly Quite explicitly the messages. You can't change that. Sharon Begley has been writing for decades about neuroscience. Just as you know if you wanted wanted to go into your computer's hard drive with you. Know a teeny little screwdriver and start messing around with those integrated circuits to change something. That will not work out very well. The hardwired idea didn't originate with computing the history of neuroscience has shown us that you know even going back centuries whatever was the prevailing ling cool mechanical machine device. Whatever that was the metaphor that people appealed to so the brain was Compared to accounting getting machine two o'clock and then computers burst on the scene and so people said well then the brain is like a computer but one of the most important discoveries Anura Science of the last few years has been in fact that all that hardwired stuff is completely wrong in there are very fundamental ways the very very few if any psychological abuse that are strictly genetically determined strictly hard wired into the brain. This start every location has also lead to treatments for or major depressive disorder. Because they're too. There's a clear neurosurgery UNDERLYING IT OCD which reflects over activity in particular circuit and through the The form of therapy called cognitive behavioral therapy. The over activity in that circuit can be quieted. Just as much as it people take the medications that are prescribed for OCD. The brain can even be train to control different body parts after a stroke so when someone has a stroke and the region that controlled. We'll just pick the example of the right hand is wiped out. Obviously you have trouble moving your right hand but it turns turns out that there are interventions we have techniques that can teach the brain to turn its right side into the part that controls the right hand so again what had been controlled in the left side of the brain it can move over to the right side and sume a totally new function. This is not to say the brains flexibility is unlimited unlimited. If you were to ask me you know can somebody Oh. Gosh think themselves out of schizophrenia. Or think themselves out of addiction. I would say in those two examples. We do not have evidence that that is possible but Begley says it may be time to treat in the hardwired metaphor for less is misleading. One the brain is more like an etch a sketch you can. You know seemed to in size lines on it. And they look for all the world like they're real but with a little bit of shaking up you can make significant changes next.
What is Neuralink? Neural Lace Explained
"This Anura link is just. It's definitely one of those technologies that when you hear it you're like okay this is this is the future but way sooner than I thought <hes> so maybe before we Kinda talk about your post talk a little bit about what the technology promises because it's total science fiction it. I'm certainly is so so the inspiration behind eurelling is a device vice that was popularized by science fiction writer in and banks <hes> a neural lace the idea that sometime in the future we'll be able to have this overlay <hes> Twad opera this electronic overlay that interfaces with every single neuron every single synapse <hes> so that we fast the expand what we're capable capable of doing because we now connected within the halls of Cyber Weld without brains and must thought Sony this is possible so he established near linked to begin to develop develop the first neural lace <hes> of course the long long way from serve achieve anything like that but what they have done is that they've made some really a very interesting breakthroughs in terms of how we can begin to interface within sort of specific clusters neurons within the brain and to do that in a way that I don't think anybody else is doing at the moment from what we know for what we've seen from Moscow I mean obviously he's a man with a lot of really big ideas and he's he's got the money to to Kinda back it up so he he makes promises that <hes> you know that many believe he can actually fulfil. Maybe some day we'll we'll go to Marson the whole thing but do you do you feel from what we know about Elon musk that he's cognizant or his team is cognizant about the ethical the risk aspects facts of technology or that.
"anura" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"But yeah, I just wanted to be successful at something at something other than tennis in, in a mistake that I made in, I think mistake, a lot of us make is that were so used to doing anything when your that successful at something you think you can do anything. You know, you think oh, just started internet company in all be successful will. No, because I don't really know anything about the internet. And I didn't know anything about running business. Account. Learn that lesson the hard way in so yes on a personal. No, I can totally relate to what you're saying because last year in September. I just decided I was like it was moment when I was playing where I was like I need to take a break, because I'm a little burnt-out in. I just need to step away from the sport in kind of re-find Mike game and refine my love for the sport. And one of the things that I took up plenty enough was golf last year. And I played my very first ever of round in, I think I shot a hundred I ever round ever in my life who would actually right in. So I believe is actually a ninety nine so afterwards I look at my boyfriend, he's the one that taught me and I look at him and I was like, that's it. Like I need to take this up, and then the next day, I think I shot a one sixteen I wanted to throw every single golf club in the in the lake. And I was like holy cow. This is such a it's such a competitive athlete kind of thinking that you just think. Well, I'm a professional tennis, surely, I can catch this in pick it up. You know so quick as well. So I can total. Emmy listening to you speak. I'm like has she been in my head, like the she know what I'm thinking because I, I can totally relate. It's funny because it creates says entitlement. That. Dub word has a negative connotation. But if you don't have that you can't be successful, like you have to have them in tally that you can do anything in your like, superhuman, otherwise, you'll never be successful. But then the problem is playing is hard to let it go in that two hours therapy. Lots of dollars therapy to kind of let let's get through that. And understand that, okay. You're not, you know the professional athlete anymore and you're not you have to like live, live like a neuro person, and that's a hard thing. I mean it's not people think it's such a great live in so glamorous. So fantastic in it is playing, but it's a very short short life. And then you have the rest of your life to live in the transition can be very, very, very difficult. And also you were part of a different time like I think now when a player is playing if they're ranked top hundred top top two hundred they can still build this incredible platform, and social media have sponsors and all this other other ways for might come in. Then it kinda fall into broadcasting commentating kind of seems to be a lot easier than it's now compared to Anura plant, and also got paid a lot more now. That's fair..
"anura" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Anura plank holder of that ship. And so, yeah, I've been doing it for a long time and on the boat this year, I was struck by the fact that I could order from room service what perfectly prepared at any hour of the day or night and the boat had twenty two hundred guests and seven hundred plus crew people why? So how is this floating city able to produce? That many presumably equally perfect omelettes day in day out. I was eating omelets to in the morning. I was eating omelets at ten in the morning. I have never really been on a cruise. But everything I hear is that they are just giant food firehoses. It's amazing food everywhere. And so you would not even always go to the omelette place. No stand by the station, like the president can at the side of the station. You would sometimes stay in your cabinet. It'd be like been forty five minutes. I had a moment I'm going to press the button. So so prior to the cruise I was sitting in a hotel. Let's just go right out ahead and say that it was a fancy hotel. I was at relatable. And there was a omelette station in the morning, and I watched the man who was the omelet making man dip into his bucket of eggs and pull out enough eggs to make my omelet with a big dipping not spoon. Ladle? He laid out a bunch of pre scrambled eggs, and I looked at this bucket of eggs, and I was like that bucket of eggs would require that someone's job at this hotel be that they just sit in the back and crack ex into a bucket because you need the show like the shells for. Most of the the egg industry process are great nature's perfect little containers for this quick to spoil goop that we need. And yet there's a certain point of the end of the process where the shell is the last thing, you don't want it at all suddenly you need to get rid of it in a hurry now in European future. Ling's and future. Llings worldwide are listening, and there's a lot of a chauvinism in the world. Because in America, we've done the typical thing where we decided that in order to mass produce them and to avoid disease when needed to sterilize the eggs wash them and a terminus and. What if we just? Eggs to expert for the rest of the show. But in most of the countries of the world, including Europe, there is a recognition that eggs come pre coded by their mothers with a like, a kind of a live an active coating on them that if you wash it off the edge the needs to be refrigerated. This is true. Yes. But if you don't wash the hang it is protected by its native state, and you can leave them there. Counter safe. They don't spoil you leave them out. Because the the shell is not permeable because of this net natural coating on the that's through of mammalian babies to come out coated in goop. They do if I never took a shower would I be don't wash baby's this is the lesson. But here in the US, the the idea that that in order to control Seminole in order to control infection who are you know, contamination that we would sterilize pasteurize even eggs. So this is a if you go to a bar. Let's say..
"anura" Discussed on WWL
"Here we go. Tim Zimmer at timzim1613, Tim. How're you doing? I'm doing good. You know, the demolition derby that happened on Sunday ended up with thirty seven cars getting hit or wrecked. I think six or seven of them finished on the lead lap. So it was a fun race last Sunday on but we're moving on to Atlanta this weekend. Hotlanta hotlanta. Tim what I appreciate because you look at the KOMO artery. And you look at these different teams, and what they apart of and how they grow as a driver. Denny hamlin. You know, you look at Daytona five hundred all of a sudden he wins it, and then he's going to honor late car owner over the victory and that being the storybook tribute for Joe Gibbs racing. You know, when you win the biggest rates for the second time in four years that kind of speaks for itself. But then you look at Joe Gibbs racing JAGER one-two-three sweep at the podium, and then he dedicated what the j d Gibbs the eldest son of Joe Gibbs who died last month after Ballinger the Jared Anura neurological disease, and if you look at JD gives a toll was Anderson that he helped his father started the race team and ran it while Joe gives us still coaching the Redskins the Washington Redskins NFL, and he was just a tire changer. He was changing cars on the teams. I Daytona five hundred victory. And he was the one I thought this was caught my eye. He was the one who discovered. Denny Hamlin during a test session at hickory Motor Speedway North Carolina saying that this guy can drive. Yeah. It was a special day for todos on at at the Daytona. What the is. Actually, did they teamed up with the Chevys because the Fords have been really good at restrictor plate races. And basically what the tudors did. We're like we're not gonna win this owner by ourselves. We have six cars in the race compared you know of the forty so we're we're going to do is win a Tibo team Hendrix Chevys. And we're going to you know, work with them to get away to the front. Well, what happened was is that there that Twenty-one car mess up? Well, big wreck knocked up half the field. So what happened was is that the Tunas were already in the front when that happens? So that yoda's had three cars finished one two three in the race. And it's just basically a process of elimination. If you look at the three cars, you didn't get an accident. It was Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch. And there was I think Pierce was the third one in both of those two of those three are are Toyota. So it was it was a lucky day for them was a really special day for Joe Gibbs. And I just think that when you look at it and one of the Tunas how to win teammate. So you pick and choose I know Joey Logano made a late run in that race. But he had no shot because there was no way those three todos we're gonna let a Ford win. It was one of the three are going to win that one. Wait. I got a contribution here. Okay. Was that? Room. Left turn left turn. There's like. And run over Christmas. One of the one of the bigger story line, and they make Christian ATar change. You're going to get him one of the bigger story lines and just hit the wall. From from Daytona with the toilets is that Matthew detto, my guy that I actually told everyone go out, you know, if you wanna throw a ten dollar bet on on a guy he actually led the most laps in the race. He led forty seven forty nine of the two hundred laps in the race. He was in first place going into going almost into stage three and what happened was as Paul Menard. I'm Paul Menard. Not Marc Menard. I get those right. He actually rectum there. It was ten laps to go. My guy, you know, two hundred to one odds he's in fourth place. He gets wrecked. And that's what caused the twenty one know pile up. And then eventually there's another wreck after that. So once cautions breed cautions. And that's basically what happened. But it was a great day for Matthew Benedetto. It showed that he with a good car. He's actually a really good driver. And you know, Tim, I like history, and that's why I said, whoa, one-two-three sweep look at a cow Bush and Eric Jones they finished second and third as part of the Joe Gibbs racing became the second team in NASCAR history to sweep the Daytona five hundred podium. Now look at where last time it happened was nineteen ninety seven Hendrix motor sports did it in ninety seven with Jeff Gordon, Terry Labonte and Ricky craven Terry Labonte was one of my favorites, the frosted flakes car growing Kellogg. So I I know what you mean there and also another thing Eric Jones won the actually he won the race in two thousand eighteen the on the later race that season. So he wanted to Coca Cola four hundred coke zero four hundred. So it was not only Eric Jones winning the coke zero four hundred but the following season. Which was the Daytona five hundred. Denny Hamlin wants a gives us won the last few races back in Daytona. Harvick how well is. He done historically in Atlanta. Kevin Harvick has led over nine hundred laps in the five races in Atlanta. He's basically the odds on favorite to win this race in Atlanta. I didn't pick him as my number one driver this week because I think it's really hard. I know Jimmy Johnson did it in two thousand fifteen in two thousand sixteen but it's very hard for drivers to win back to back races, especially at this course, now in Phoenix is a different story. But Atlanta it all deals with tire change tires and tire wear. I think I didn't Kevin harvick's atop three car. But I also don't think he's going to be the winner though. Now, Tim, you know, you have teamwork. And you think like I wanna win to hell with teamwork. No. But there is teamwork that comes into play. And you look Denny Hamlin. Like we had said early. He won the Daytona five hundred for the second time in four years. But then look at a guy like cow Bush who's part of the team who's part of the Joe Gibbs racing any finishes second. And now he's winless in fourteen Daytona five hundred. Well, so what do you think? Like how how does that mean? Like, so close. But so far it's kind of funny how you said that because Kyle Busch's actually my my pick. My best bet for Atlanta this weekend. I think team so iota is on the hot streak right now. I think. Toyota is is coming in hot. And the one thing that that team Toyota has this year is Martin's rigs junior he'd moved over to Joe Gibbs racing. And that's an even bigger determining factor. A bigger push from Kyle Busch to win a race. I think this is Kyle Busch is year. If you're looking at a driver to win the championship win the entire thing. Right now. Kyle Busch is probably your best bet just because that Martin tricks junior he wants to years ago, but Kyle Busch I knew it he won three years ago. But I think that that extra push that extra best driver in your team when you get when you get better when your teammates get better. You're also going to improve and get better. So that's why then Kyle Busch is a good bet. And like you said it's one of those races. Where Daytona some drivers never win. At daytona. Some drivers just never win. And talladega. It's the biggest race of the year. And it doesn't end of the day doesn't really matter because what matters is one of the championship. And I think that's what you're going to see from Kyle Busch this year. I think you're gonna see a championship. Now, Tim when you look at against expectations leading up to the Daytona five hundred and you look at the qualifying races. I'll look at rainy NASCAR champion. Lugano the Ford camp. Yeah. One two and three and bolt Thursdays qualifying races. And we're favorite to win Daytona. So like, I said the Toyotas they teamed up with the Chevys in the race. And basically if the Fords were going to dominate the race Brian Blaney. He was my pick the win. He when he won stage to the problem was that he yeah, he got also got taken out in that big wreck. So if it wasn't for the record, I think the Ford probably would have won. And when it when it came down to the end of the raise Lugano, he had the best car. I think I'm pretty positive if you if you ask anybody Lugano was the best car that day. The problem was is that he also was going against three other Toyota's like I mentioned, and there's no way when you when you have that many cars in front of you that are the same team. They're not gonna let you buy. They're not gonna let you win because he just didn't have any teammates. He didn't have any help late in the race. And you know, Tim, I was I wanted to bring this up early, but I can bring it up now. Since we had you on Thursday. But I didn't realize this you look in history and just had the Daytona five hundred. I didn't realize this but on the day of on Monday. And all of a sudden, you're looking at sports that February eighteen two thousand one how time flies. Dale Earnhardt senior he had died in that crash at Daytona five hundred who's only forty nine man how like that was way back in two thousand one response to that in a few moments. More of the NASCAR report with Tim Zimmer. After the break, you're on wwl. So.
"anura" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Level or everything tend to be very passionate about it i'm guessing that's one of the things that that's going to come out of this uh absolutely jerry that's a really good point because uh you know when you she you did i think we lose touch of the fact in this day and age show instant gratification that uh it over the care that can go into one product versus another and when you're able to see uh you know a golf club which begins a journey as a single bill it of salk carbon steel and then follow it through the manufacturing process too you know the number one sharing the grinding lying where mr muris still handson with these golf clubs uh you you begin to have an appreciation for what separates uh anura ford's club from everyone else and you know the fourteen set process manufacturing process uh is is something that we we even in a working premier a golf but take for granted the when you can see it when you could see you know the the the the first strike the second strike the third strike when you concede profiling of the club you could see you know the their painfilled being done uh when you can see mr muir actually grind he golf course you have a better appreciation for that product and that does it guarantee um you know that you're going to have success on the golf course but certainly you know if for those who um wanted to and uh understand the importance of having the best tools in no matter what you do uh this will certainly give you competence and the desire the golf clubs uh or them sparked need to manufacture the bulk of his only matched in the care taken with the design of the golf clubs and the to mary up just absolutely fantastically and anybody who set up your golf club down at addressed with a golf ball uh is is instantly ah the adjectives come out to both uh you know how great it looks and uh the competence they have standing over the oil yes certainly with all the uh uh advances in the gulf ruled that we've seen there's still operator error in far on hold good we're going to be at a bill what's what's the length of the film and win where can people find it does beginning next well yet the trailer so.
"anura" Discussed on WTVN
"A lot of things going on day including the highest a basketball game buckeye guys down forty two to forty nine down seven points in the second half against michigan up at university of michigan also the nascar's a grand grand super show race hits the daytona five hundred going on today to so what tonight the jackets take on the penguins downtown at nationwide arraigned six pm right now that we're talking about the show support this week within the law enforced community in the police departments across her community i gotta as much as i sometimes feel as divided as as we live in the divided states of america and that we live in a very contentious time in this country where law enforcement is a under or attack it's i've been overjoyed this week in and watching the actions of our community of seeing the actions of people in west villain surrounding communities watching businesses step up to support those in need ten healing in those folks just every day citizens just people like mary who called on low allgau putting out a belied anura on her porch to support the badge and it's been wonderful and it's something that uh i won't ever forget and i think that we need a whole lot more of not just in time to tragedy like this but also uh three months in six months and nine months now kosovo's in law enforcement need and deserve our respect in in this kind of positive attention chief stanley you've been on hold for a few minutes i understand you're the head of the ohio sociation police chiefs thank you for calling in thanks.
"anura" Discussed on The Official Adventures in Odyssey Podcast
"And that coupled with grade school where kids loved it when i could imitate the sisters or the other lay teachers and um a crack them up and yet popular because they owe do sister married i want everybody to take their books out now and don't give me any golf and they're like oh dura good and then you always have the line and says she standing behind me is exactly what the ruler no but yeah it's so it was a natural thing singing isn't that different from me um i think i embody who've ever i'm supposed to be and then it just naturally flows into their their singing voice you're inspired by a legendary voice actor does butler you mentioned him as being a mentor of yours of for the folks out there who may not know just how much they've been impacted by his voice of heap course he did a yogi bear quickdraw mcgraw berry hound uh it the he also had a quote the you have on your website are you ensure that with us and tell us why it's meaningful to you yes yes doc used to say words are the actors tools they become truly meaningful when you get them off the paper and up into your computer to be spilled out newborn as your thoughts and i mean he was pre computer age but i mean he was in the 80s is when he passed away but he knew that as a writer he himself was a really talented writer you need to have the words first and then you take it from there and i think every movie actor is has said it all starts with the script and there have been people that i've worked with anura show phil lawlor comes to mind who are so talented that they make it almost easy and dust bother was the one who taught me you have to um uh you have to think about who the person is like when he did yogi bear he went to the zoo and started to observe the bears.
"anura" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"To attend the college football national championship game between alabama and georgia the end up alesi p and other groups are organizing protests against trump's attendance which comes after trump is spent months criticizing nfl football players for taking the nea during the national anthem to protest against police brutality and racial injustice in syria an explosion in the rebelheld city of leave has killed at least twenty three people and wounded dozens more the uk based syrian observatory for human rights says the explosion in the northwest syrian city was targeting the headquarters of rebel faction and that multiple victims were civilians meanwhile the syrian army is continuing its advance on easily province causing thousands of civilians to flee for the turkish border in freezing winter conditions israel's published a blacklist of twenty different organizations worldwide whose members are banned from entering israel over their group support for bds the nonviolent boycott divestment and sanctions movement targeting israel over its treatment of palestinians among the groups whose members are banned from entering israel or jewish voice for peace national students for justice and palestine american friends service committee american muslims for palestine code pink and the us campaign for palestinian rights as well as paulo standing in solidarity groups and france italy norway sweden britain chile and south africa in response the director of the us campaign for palestinian rights yussef when the year said quote when israel which aims to portray itself to the world is liberal and democratic blacklists activists dedicated to nonviolent organizing and dissent it only further exposes itself as a fraud when ear said meanwhile multiple news outlets are reporting the trump administration has frozen one hundred twenty five million dollars in funding for the un agency that provides humanitarian aid to palestinians the united nations relief and works agency or anura provides critical educational and.
"anura" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That we were essentially the wrong kind of persons of color in los angeles that we were just ordinary mexican americans and there was a lot of sort of american indians were certainly in the news and early nineteen '70s and i think she felt like oh will be seen as exotic will be seen as unique and that will get certain privileges that we wouldn't gain otherwise if we if we had just represented us latino americans mexicanamericans the challenge was that i essentially loss this whole swath of upbringing this whole sense of culture that i would have had access to growing up in a mexican american neighborhood and understanding identity growing up learning spanish growing up understanding mexican american history so i think in terms of that dynamic it is often seen as a oneway thing where you gain access and you gain special privileges but there's also that attendant lost that happens without us well suited your mother take the surname sky horse to pose as native american yes she did i think that uh her idea was that it was much more interesting and much more valuable for somebody in her position who again you know i had a american father he abandoned us when i was three we were stereotypes we had nothing and so the idea was to reinvent us as something else something that was considered unique or exotic and that white people would value that more than if we simply represented ourselves as mexican americans and you know the sat part about it is that i think she was right now trey anura failure list so many instances of you feeling like you were passing at one point you referred to it as your order nommik passing reflex what is that i think it means of being of like he'd growing up in the '70s in in white neighborhoods all different kind of neighborhoods i would.
"anura" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Anura record yeah now i i will say this the oakland raiders they are a terrible defense but the last three weeks they have been much better they have not even given up they haven't even gone up fifteen points to a quarterback in the last three weeks part of that you know he those quarterback that so the cortex was a week thirteen new york i don't think that was at the weekend was out yes okay so that doesn't count then you had kansas city alex smith they shut him down pretty good that right yet and then last week dak prescott took himself out by throwing bad passes everywhere yeah so i i don't give the credit there to oakland so mixed bag i don't think you're gonna see another four touchdown zero subjugate but nichols he's got enough weapons around him and he is capable enough to where you can rule him out for the second week falls and bortles getting championships one trust like everyone thought at the beginning of the year and this is why we say you don't win championships at the draft up you set the foundation and then you gotta you gotta adjust to your long fun event fanciful build a skyscraper so you're putting on the lightning rod right now um okay uh for the record might streaming quarterback is also nick i'm cheating this week there aren't a lot of good streaming options i love nick folsom and a doubled down with him and he's only twenty seven percent owned giving you should be available i'll just say this if we can do the double down the nominal shifts effect i would rattled mortals than full so i you guys are double boral's yeah falls there you go both good options kick by the way i think it might be worth it at this point to kind of lay out the playoff picture as well because that might make a decision on who you're starting on certain teams spirit had something to play for right now in the afc that the teams that have claimed star the patriots a steelers the jaguars the jagr's are still playing for the potential of the seeding.
"anura" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Point five robin matach anura new jersey one to one point five hey how you doing okay here uh two different incidents one was in the early nineties where a a girl approached me in a bar and insisted that i was jane spade uh the the uh the night ended with a very intriguing answering machine message on my machine that she had meant uh the keith you left a major chunk of his night out grow walks into a bar things are james speyer the can't tell us anything more than there was an intriguing message i i i bet i with knocking fater driver's license and everything and i said hey you know you know we you know did you hook up you'd rather not so yeah really thought i was james data and a bike like so she should give them the uh uh an answer weapon answering machine message that i place my friends i found it quite amusing about they'd say about i say i don't know about like eight or ten years ago um i changed my hair i kinda kept it short of like the buzz cut and eminem appeared on david letterman doing a top ten list and the president of the company since it out to the entire company thing is this eminem our own james beta the emanated a rump.
"anura" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Social acceptance that wouldn't otherwise belong to you but it can also be an opportunity or mechanism to cope with the pressure and stress and anxiety of being different and i think that understanding that with each gain at that a passer gets that there's also an accompanying lost that happens with that as well so as somebody who was passed as an american indian unknowingly for the first few years of my life i think my mother fell that we were essentially the wrong kind of persons of color in los angeles that we were just ordinary mexican americans and there were a lot of sort of american indians were certainly in the news in the early nineteen '70s and i think she felt like oh will be seen as exotic will be seen as unique and that will get certain privileges that we wouldn't gain otherwise if we if we had just represented us latino americans mexicanamericans the challenge was that i essentially loss this whole swath of upbringing as whole sense of culture that i would have had access to growing up in a mexican american neighborhood and understanding identity growing up learning spanish growing up understanding mexican american history so i think in terms of that dynamic it is often seen as a oneway thing where you gain access and you gain special privileges but there's also that attendant lost that happens without as well suited your mother take the surname sky horace to pose as native american yes she did i think that uh her idea was that it was much more interesting and much more valuable for somebody in her position who again you know i had a mexicanamerican father he abandoned us when i was three we were stereotypes we had nothing and so the idea was to reinvent us as something else something that was considered unique or exotic and that white people would value that more than if we just simply represented ourselves as mexican americans and you know the sat part about a disaster i think she was right now trey anura failure lift so many instances of you feeling like you were passing at one point you referred to it as your order nommik passing reflex what is that i think it means of being a black kid growing up in the seven these in white never his all different kind of neighborhoods i would i would just.
"anura" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"There's a lot of guys that we have faced in each other's lineups that can only help the pitcher's her shaw became the first pitcher all season a strike out eleven astros in a game martavis bryant said if i'm not going to be more a part of this offense at pittsburgh i've got to get out if he really wants out of their how do you get out of their the first thing to do is have a normal conversation the core here's mike in mind we are busy we are at a wednesday morning represented by progressive insurance terrific hour on the way on the shelf benzopyrene form sign prudent herbie backtoback plenty of football talk about football pro and then colleges college in herbie i gotta bondevik where you're going to get added with her we finally and and of course the world series last night clinton crucial sensational michael made two big mistakes and the dodgers made and pay the dodgers take a three one win and a two ice may one nothing series lead in two hours and twenty eight in it through mistakes by michael two home runs one mistake by kershaw you good good good pitching going on rich he'll tonight against ver lander we just had edwato peres anura thought hill will go maybe fortify five innings if that that was the expectation or they he thinks it would be then get to the bullpen bullpen had two two guys throw last night six up six down and how 'bout this the dodgers bullpen our last seven games 23 innings no runs allow twenty seven strike out and one walk they've been ridiculous so if you use them a little bit more tonight then you got to travel they the day off in order to get them refreshed a little bit on where'd you go so we'll see if you take a twonothing lead with you on the road as well obviously feel ridiculous that good about yourself if you've gotten through kyko enver lander and freelander who has been one of the great midseason trade acquisition to ever and with that but that congress asian can begin a little bit here too about the great pickups that we've ever seen at the trade deadline they don't beat the yankees without him as no way in the world they get through that series with advert lender being every bit as good as he.
"anura" Discussed on WWL
"The way back they have a lead on gender that's unbelievable to me and just because i really like to be watching that game just because candor what they do offensively you think that they could short in the game really take the air out of the ball but i i know this i did not expect that game to be played in the high 30s coasted you know i would have taken on a help anything else across the say that are coming in gaza's the finals role in here that sketch anura said how about holy cross in rome all tied at fourteen gormley i mean i think that's a crazy i mean i i didn't i just call like it is i didn't give holocaust look your chance to be a net gain and tim tells us by the way guys one minute left lefties fallen alan live course the rommel grad here our producer a hey hip your your only because they got a lot better we just saw a really good covington team that it took everything they had to be wholly girls they uh they they knocked august six nothing earlier in the year need holocaust has a good football team have given them enough credit yeah i mean obviously for real to hanging around what rumour almost an excellent football the tim tells us that holy cross block the plant a little bit ago rommel scored a touchdown on it and that is the reason that it's tied their advisory go ahead as i say another big one ise john leading desk strahan twenty eight twenty one in the fourth quarter i think that's another big one at a you know we're gonna keep our eye on here the last hour of our show guys go in for anybody just joining us here towards the end of our broadcast kind of recap what happened there covington and st paul's an excellent football game won by the lions it really was this was a great game over here on the northshore and for those at work listening most of the games in st tammany perish were played last night because of the st tammany perish fair but because st paul's is a private tool they play tonight on friday night against covington this is a big rivalry game it was a capacity crowd probably five deep around the.
"anura" Discussed on Good Life Project
"We are in your location and sale fit in anthony has california which is to serve legendary facility but this is where you are now launching a step back in time because you are really fascinating jarni in seems like you're and athletic kid from whatever researched you went to college and then he went to the finance accounting group anura was that late what was behind that choice rea i think frankly what was behind that choice was lack of any other direction in my life at the time and i grew up in a family that had a family business that's been around for over one hundred years in his our uniformed in like eighteen 95 or something like that god divine brothers and they make stuff like just stuff big machines and what not and we know what what i see now call back round of obvious or boo my background of obviousness that i was completely oblivious to but other people you would have easily picked it up was that i was being groomed to be a business guy by my family but a very very subtle and it wasn't over and they would they weren't even conscious of it right that was my family upbringing ants since i didn't have a lot of clarity as a young man about any other path then i adopted that which is actually pretty common right pretty common so at colgate i had a lot of friends who were just these rockstar brains four pineau economicsmajor type people on they were all hadn't down in new york and getting jobs with you know morgan stanley and goldman sachs in these types of places and i thought that becomes pretty interesting but i have the gpa i tried but i didn't get hired by goldman are morgan stanley but i did get hired by coopers and lybrand which is now pricewaterhouse coopers and they're pretty good come company and so they had a program i don't know if they still do a program.
"anura" Discussed on Conversations with People Who Hate Me
"And now back to the conversation i o well i cared yeah home it's it's taken me probably a couple years to um you know a anura myself to these sorts of things but you know i have had to learn how to a realize that these sorts of responsive just come what the job it's it's it's part of the work and you can expect it and what about being publicly dragged by people you don't know so i had partnered with the national centre for civil and human rights and atlanta to make a piece of public art called atlanta's hiv positive population now all right i wanted these described the public artistes matthew created it's a roughly seven foot black pyramid in downtown atlanta that is actively updated with atlanta's hiv positive population um and i go out there every week and up to the number iraq before the spunk all i had just gone out there an updated the number my goal with this piece was to speak to people who were outside of the the bubble i'm and you know as a gay person i know about hiv where people know about hiv and what did that public dragging look like like how did it manifest just very very uh hot article written about me on a local cuisine that was oh gosh um how i am uh racist i guess because i didn't center uh like black trans experience in my work um if i'm understanding correctly you were just counting the full number of all of atlanta.
"anura" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone
"I mean we do in the context of drink of dry us if there is a difference between the real treatment under fake treat dreamt and the real treatment these better than to fake treatment that the conclusion is that the real treatment that works battle damage placebo soit is affected seoul a not think of trials of the la acl greater from mitchell the logical point of view because of we want to for example body date a new treatment a new set up you'd be it pharmacological knocked off course within the context of neuroscience anura scientists these were interested a not understanding of what is going on in the brain of the patients women he or she gas glass cbo in this sound so the neoscientists the wants to understand the the more the psychological components for example when you're you're placebo you can change on site jim demo jalaide exciting you can reduce excited innovation now you can now activates of different macanese like a reward macanese male you know so the neoscientists lease the all interested to study what is going on in the green of the patients for example by using disarmed to nearby logical tool slight brain imaging go awry for mukalla gene which aggravates them the thaiburmese the justly described the difference by chemical pathways which are involved with in the placebo response so yes you're correct a huge difference between the placebo within the context of clinical trials that within the context of euro sign.