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Sleeping with Fear

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:24 min | 4 months ago

Sleeping with Fear

"Listening. Welcome to kiss myths and mystery your host Kit crump apparently a podcast I. Did a couple months ago of kept people up late at night including one woman from. SEATTLE. Who asked me to repeat this podcast and she signed it sleepless in Seattle the podcast is about night terrorists have you ever had a nightmare the kind of dream where you wake up in a cold sweat and can remember every detail what was it that scared you and how scared were you really can you be so terrorized that you have a heart attack could you die in your sleep due to a nightmare? The answer is, yes. Yes. You can be scared to death. It's call para sympathetic rebound. Paris sympathetic rebound is delayed reaction of the Para sympathetic nervous system during a tense and or prolonged stress to the opposed sympathetic nervous system. Now. Let's take a look at dreams most of US dream every night even we don't remember doing. So sometimes dreams feel super short usually if they're about something really good like the perfect date with your celebrity crush other times, they can feel like they're going on forever the entire night, which can be particularly annoying if they're scary or causing you anxiety. If you've wondered about the actual length of an average dream, you certainly earned alone there are lot of mysterious questions. About Dreams and researchers are still trying to learn to answer what science does know of Audrey Muniz. This dreams are basically a mental exercise happens while someone is sleeping dreams occur during rapid eye movement Aram part of sleep, which accounts about twenty percent of the night. No one really knows exactly why we dream there are a lot of theories out there according to some researchers dreams exist to process intense emotions or facilitate consolidation of emotional memories. Some believe that dreams help. Show. US. Daytime threats. So the can learn how to avoid them or show US counterfactual simulations today time events so that we can learn lessons. There are also researchers who don't think dreams exists for any reason at all really they just do and what are nightmares nightmare scary or terrifying dreams that typically occur in Rams sleep and leave the dream of shaken or disturbed to some extent upon waking some researchers maintain that for a dream to be a nightmare at has. To be disturbing enough to awaken the dreamer other experts point out that many non scary dreams erotic. Sad nostalgic creative spiritual can be intense enough to awaken the dreamer also. So now let's take this full circle. What is one of the key factors would wake you up answer over stimulation of the sympathetic nervous system and what is para sympathetic rebound but the delayed reaction to the Para sympathetic nervous system to over stimulation perhaps if you dream you die but wake up. In a coal sweat there simply wasn't enough extreme long-term stress to cause para sympathetic rebound but could you be scared to death by a nightmare? The answer is a resounding. Yes and they're sleepless in Seattle is a repeat of my nightmare

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Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson has coronavirus

KYW 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 4 months ago

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson has coronavirus

"Of the most important members of the Eagles tested positive for the Corona virus. Kyi. W's Dave, You're AM joins us live with the details. Good morning, Dave. Morning. Denise. The Eagles announced Sunday night that head coach Doug Peterson has come down with Cove in 19. The team says the 52 year old is asymptomatic doing well quarantining and he's in communication with the birds medical staff in order for him to return to the Nova care complex. He needs to either wait 10 days from the initial test and stay symptomatic or registered to negative testing these 24 hours apart within at least five days, and he also has to be cleared by the team's top position. Multiple reports, A Peterson will continue to contribute contribute rather from home as you can. While assistant head coach do. Staley takes over Peterson's responsibilities and Nova care. On Friday, Stanley said that they're constantly between their best to stay vigilant. Sometimes you get up you go get a coffee. You may forget your mass. Or sometimes you're going to the bathroom. You may forget your mass. Well, we're all reminding each other. Of course of how serious this anything, Eagle statement also All right. That was dated Aram reporting for us

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip sold out online in a single day in US

Android Central Podcast

09:36 min | 10 months ago

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip sold out online in a single day in US

"Get to go pick up a galaxy flip in a matter of hours which is Which is pretty amazing Unfortunately there's a caveat on it that It's being picked up from Samsung and then return at the Samsung within a day. Which is Which is fun? I guess so. That stipulation seemed weird when they said it to us back in San Francisco and then last night I was up late doing some some work and I noticed that everybody around midnight was tried to buy the Z. Flip and couldn't because there is no stock and best buy sold out within minutes. Apparently some stores only had like five or ten units and Samsung Dot COM Didn't have many units either. Sold OUT PRETTY QUICKLY. So my guess is just that they're asking for it back because they really just don't have that many units to sell people. Yeah and the implication. There isn't that they're going to package these up and sell them of course just to be clear but You know they have lots of other people and marketing needs etc. That actually need these devices. And I've a feeling that when Samsung hands out all of these devices to journalists that they themselves as marketing and PR people will not have devices leftover for you know their own uses either so I from that perspective I kind of get it and I I do understand that There's some tight tight stock out there. I think I would be shocked if they made more than you know. What fifty thousand one hundred thousand of these things for the entire world right now? Yeah I think they're hedging quite a bit given that the galaxy fold Failed miserably before it went on sale. So they're probably like listen. Let's make a very small number of these. Wait until our early adopters. Come back to us with impressions and see if we should ramp up production now just like seeing an off the Bat. This does not look like it will be anywhere close in fact. It looks like it's going to be the opposite to what happened with the original galaxy fold and That is A. That's a great thing. The first impressions here have been universally positive especially when compared to the Motorola Razor which was released last Friday rough timing for Motorola it just has been like and We have our review up on the site now. We are one of the first to review it and slowly trickling in has been the verge wired. Droid life like all of the all of the sites that you'd expect to review a brand new foldable phone have just like excoriated this product like. It's it's not even it's kind of embarrassing actually for Motorola because the first impressions I have it. Were were quite positive. But there was always this lingering feeling in the back of my mind like. I know that once I get over. The wow factor of the fact that this thing folds and there's a teardrop fold that prevents a crease and all that and there's this nostalgia factor. It's still going to be a pretty mediocre. Motorola phone underneath at all. Yeah and I don't think that I mean as far as I remember. You weren't alone in your initial take being very positive but I think that as people had more time to think about it and obviously review it they found out that yeah all of these things that we inherently knew about it just kind be immediately mediocre. Motorola phone underneath came you know came to roost when you actually started using it and the camera was horrible and the processor obviously wasn't up to speed to to the price you're paying here which is fifteen hundred dollars and that really ingenious hinge that. I and everybody else I think praised it because for because it slid the screen you know did a lot of interesting things to prevent creases actually meant that the screen itself was very unstable. I guess you'd say it was bumpy. It was basically like a an eighty nine year. Old Man's face is is what you can say like. I was like if you look at a if you look at a phone normally right. You don't really see any Breaks in it unless it's physically broken but on the razor now that we've kind of had some time to look at it closely because the layer is plastic and because the unlike the folds the the hinge forces the screen physically move every time it opens and closes. The layer is physically changing places whenever you ask moving anchored at the top and then slides on the bottom. Like in and out of the Chin is the way it works. It reminds me a little bit. Like in retrospect of the blackberry storm like we were talking last week about the end of blackberry mobile. The but I mean just just remember like the blackberry storm was not a capacity. Give touch device in the same way like an iphone or or the galaxy. The early you know android phones were like g one and stuff like these were. This was a a phone that was basically you press down and it it It had four areas. That were that were that that. We're taking Pressure input rather than it being like a capacitor. Touch screen would not at all the same thing. But I'm just saying like it feels a little bit like Motorola was hiding this fact in plain sight and it knew that wants. The phone was released. People had a bit more time to scrutinize the design. This would eventually come out and it's interesting that the phone was originally supposed to come out in January and they would have had a way longer lead time against the sea flip than the eight days seven days eight days that they had eventually. It's that was so much more damaging to the razors potential sales numbers because not only with the Z. Flip announced and then release three days later but it is one hundred and twenty dollars cheaper and it is objectively better in almost every way. Yeah I think that was the most stark thing to take away from using the Z. Flip at you know. Just a few days after using the the razor and I wasn't at the original razor launch events so my only take was Just recently and contrasting the two. You just see that you just see how far ahead. Samsung is in just hardware fundamentals. I think you would say in terms of just the build quality of the entire thing is just the same bill quality as Galaxy S. ten but it just folds in half and just even before we get to the screen which is probably you know which is really the nail in the coffin for the the razor compared to the Z flip. Just the fact that there is proper internal specs snapdragon fifty five plus and eight Gigs Aram to fifty six storage like cameras. That actually work properly. You know just like all of the basics around the phone and it still cheaper than the razor is pretty crazy because you could see all the compromises. The Motorola had to make a new fully expected it. Because look the you know. It's the first phone released to do this. Clam Shell folding. Form factor versus this larger tablet. Type thing Like the Galaxy Fold. And so you were willing to give it a break on some of those things and then. Samsung comes out and he's like no really. You shouldn't have to give up on all of those things you can just have like a normal basically last year's flagship phone and that it also folds in half so what's interesting. Is the flip uses foldable glass. And it's the first phone to use that but we we know that it's not from corning. Corning has been teasing the fact that it's been developing a foldable glass substrate for many many years but it has not released commercially and we were thinking maybe. Samsung just slid this under the radar and used corning's glass for the first time but no in fact. Samsung invested in a company. A small company from China. That was making foldable. Glass prototypes and eventually was able to make it consistently enough in of high enough quality that they bought a majority share in the company and then started using it for the flip. And it's it's interesting because we obviously it's out today it's February fourteen so we don't know how it will hold up over the long term. It's just a fact. Samsung claims that this thing can do two hundred thousand opens and closes And the fact that you don't have to worry about like digging your nail into it and permanently damaging the screen is just a massive massive leap forward and something that obviously in a year or two. We're going to have taken for granted but this is this is major. It stands in direct contrast to the razor. And this is I. Think a very exciting product.

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The Green and White Tin Grille That Inspired Me

Talking Mopars

06:30 min | 1 year ago

The Green and White Tin Grille That Inspired Me

"I've mentioned on this podcast that in addition to my project car dart not I also have a project truck a seventy six dodge d. one hundred and this is the story of a truck that I call low par by this portion of the episode. You probably already know that I call nineteen seventy to nineteen eighty dodge trucks tin grills. It's the affectionate name that was coined by my friend. Paul for these trucks and I've always liked him. But I never actually considered buying one for a project until I saw one at a car show. Oh that changed my mind entirely. It was the same month. That I started the Mope one hundred facebook page and I was at a good guys car show in Puyallup Washington when I saw a tin grill. That really really inspired me to get one for myself. I was going so these shows are so big that what I do. Typically unless something catches my eye I just focus on the Mo Mo par partaking pictures on sometimes talking owners so I was going Mo- part of Mo- par checking out the cars and taking pictures pictures when I saw a green and white tin grill. That had the coolest concept I had ever seen on an old dodge truck. What the owner did was he made? Aided a tribute to Mr norms grant spaulding dodge. And what I mean by that. Is He lettered this truck up to look like an old shop truck with weathered looking door or logos and other PATINA. Did you know weathered look lettering on the tailgate vendors in bed Another cool little detail was that he had the little grand spaulding style cartoon Ram on the Front of the fenders. So if you didn't know any better when you saw this truck you would think it was a legitimate truck. DOC from grand spaulding dodge so it looked like if Mr Norm had a shop truck or apart struck this is what he would drive for. This is what the parts runner would drive so for me. Being a big fan of Mr Norm and his work. I was absolutely blown away by this truck. It was so cool. I was just drooling over at taking pictures and just thinking to myself. Wow what an awesome idea and and it was executed so well the Patina on the lettering and just the truck as a whole was done very well and it remains one of my favorite trucks to this very day I briefly spoke with the owner and expressed my love for this truck to them and told them what an amazing you know. What an amazing build he accomplished? I actually thought it was a real Mr Norm truck like looking at it like you could have told me that. That's really really grand spaulding shop truck. I would have believed you. That's how good this was done. The owner of the truck. His name's Murray He's from British Columbia Canada. He came up with the concept and built the truck as a tribute to grant spaulding dodge and Mr Norm and let me just say that he absolutely nailed it. This truck was great. I would go as far as to say that. I've never been so affected by any other truck in my life all the trucks. I've seen that are really cool. This truck truck left the biggest impact on me. I I'm not just saying that. For dramatic effect. Everything about the truck was awesome and without oh getting into too much detail about it. Because I'm actually friends with Murray now and I plan on having him on a direct connections episode of this show so I what I will say is the truck was a beautiful two-tone J. Three citerne metallic green with white tastefully lowered with a strong little three Sixty v eight it had had twenty inch wheels and had some really cool other touches like accustomed front lip spoiler that was tuck nicely under the front bumper. which was actually custom on the front? Bumper was actually customized to the house to round Amber Marker Lights which I thought was a really cool detail because you know details like that. A lot of people would overlook but if you really know these trucks go that. That's pretty cool. Oh I've never seen that done before so that was pretty cool and I. I was never really a expert on these trucks. So the little things that stood out to somebody who was I was familiar with wasn't an expert but there are certain little things about the truck that were just standing out in at first looking at it I was like there's something about this truck that's completely different. And the more you looked data more little things you would see so he also had a rear bumper. The the nonstop cromer bumper from Aram charger and it was nicely. talked into the bed. which you know is another cool little detail the the details of the trucker just really cool and Murray actually even had a custom? Tim Dealer Sticker made that was weathered to match the rest of the PATINA. Look on the truck so on the on the tailgate on the corner the upper corner of the tailgate of this truck. It had a black can white grand spaulding dodge Chicago Illinois sticker and it was perfectly whether to look like it had been on this truck since the mid Seventies. I thought it was so cool. The truck is in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy Eight Dodge D. One hundred and when I saw it originally actually had a seventy two grill on it because sorry Murray if this is a big secret but good guys had a year cutoff. So in order to Seventy eight and at the time. They weren't leading cars that new into the show so he puts a seventy two grill on it and Walla. He's in so he snuck his way in. And that's okay that that show was better having that truck in it so you know if good guys ever gets word of that. Hey good guys relax okay. They actually they upped the year range. I'm sure it was because a lot of the GM guys you know the C ten guys and those g body guys. They're probably crying moaning about not being able to get their seat ends ends in and they're they're little. Gee Bodies in so now it's up to like eighty seven so if you have anything pre eighty seven you can take it to that show anyways. Let's get back to subject here. I've never seen another bill quite like it and I don't know if it's just because I'm a moped nostalgia guy or what. The charges just awesome. I'm actually say I'm GonNa Post more pictures of this truck but it's so cool. It deserves more views so be sure to check that out. I think I'M GONNA have to carve my own path and do my own thing with my truck but I will say that it will remain one of my favorite trucks to this day.

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Saudi Arabia announces IPO of world's most profitable company

Smart Oil and Gas

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Saudi Arabia announces IPO of world's most profitable company

"Aram kos going public in an effort to bring the oil rich kingdom into the world of high finance the Saudis have begun their long awaited initial public offering of its state run oil company investors can find the firm's shares traded on regards to dial will stock exchange Aramco president and C. E. O. mean H. Nasser calls this a transformational and historic moment for his company Aramco produces ten million barrels of crude per day providing about ten percent of global demand for oil prince Muhammad whose aim is to raise a hundred billion dollars for his kingdom's redevelopment plans has set his sights high he's hoping for a two trillion dollar

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"aram" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"aram" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Connect game like back in the day like software in the box and you look in the side like system requirements and say all your pick this up requires that it gives Aram the stamina loons colonel not older than four point two or whatever and the disk throughput needs to be in no less than this and network latency needs to do that give it a try today with a fourteen.

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EU Leaders May Impose Weapons Embargo on Turkey Over Syria

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

EU Leaders May Impose Weapons Embargo on Turkey Over Syria

"Following attacks in Syria and arms sales ban against Turkey's being strongly considered by the European Union AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma says it's a rare move officials have unanimously condemned to his ministry move into northern Syria lost all member states to join France and Germany in banning arms sales to Ankara Aram move against a NATO ally many E. U. foreign ministers have been looking beyond the strong statement condemning the Turkey military operation that is destabilize the region wanting a move that will carry some sting however Turkey showing little signs of relenting its military offensive against Kurdish groups in northern Syria in its sixth

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EU nations commit to arms export ban against Turkey

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

EU nations commit to arms export ban against Turkey

"The European Union has moved toward an arms export ban after Turkey's move into Syria officials have unanimously condemned to his ministry move into northern Syria lost all member states to join France and Germany in banning arms sales to Ankara Aram move against a NATO ally many E. U. foreign ministers have been looking beyond the strong statement condemning the Turkey military operation that is destabilize the region wanting a move that will carry some sting however Turkey showing little signs of relenting its military offensive against Kurdish groups in northern Syria in its sixth

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"aram" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

17:42 min | 1 year ago

"aram" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Money and wealth and free yourself to a healthy relationship no matter where you are in your life are you ready for some good changes Aram but physically and Mito the cures and Scoville countries I'm not so united spend that's all it's all the time it leads to the sense of beautiful energies ts here to share with one another yes.

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"aram" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

11:00 min | 1 year ago

"aram" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"We were doing some work with different governmental leaders on taking action on corruption various states and one of the things we're trying to have was with a provincial governor. We have actually refer doing warlord but eventual governor who owned a couple of key points both at borders and airports and we couldn't get we couldn't gotten to the table for a couple of years. We've been struggling. He was notorious for scheduling meetings with our senior leaders and then not hold them and so what I did try to again a meeting with him well. I just spent a lot of time trying to understand his choice in why there had been so much resistance used these dirty tactics in through better understanding ending of his choices both what he was concerned about his interest in motivations as well as what he could do by saying no and by spending some time understanding his perspective we actually we're able to present to him a better solution. That actually satisfied our interests equally well he. He responded very quickly to this. I got a meeting set up of able to meet with with this. this leader and during the meeting gene demonstrated empathy just shared with them. It was very opening shared with them. The information that we had we've been working on to try to understand its choice choice and from then on was completely different. He worked with US on a number of projects that a great precedent for what we did with other provincial governors he kept meetings meetings with our senior leaders to the point of I had a senior leader who couldn't land at where the governor's palace was we had a the governor had to drive two hours out of his way to meet where my general ended so that he could keep meeting and if that isn't enough on Christmas Eve two thousand twelve he sent me a Christmas discard. Wow and one of the things that stuck out to me is trying for you to be trying the find out what is motivating the behaviors and we tend we can only view things through our own senses and it's so we tend to think that everyone else has the same motivations when in fact they can be so drastically different that on face value scratching your head. You're thinking and what the Hell's wrong with this guy what's wrong of the here's completely motivated by something completely different than then you are and I don't know if you are if you listened to many high caste but there is a podcast hosts named Dan Carlin of a show called hardcore history and one of the things that Dan Lakes do he's looking at certain events in history and when if they don't make sense he always has the thought experiment of sticking in a different motivation and see if things start to make sense at one of the thought experiments. It's like he's like never not count addiction or or like if you if you look at a certain amount of behaviors and you put in we'll maybe this guy is a drunkard all of a sudden everything starts to fit your you're like oh well completely because because not only we're dealing with motivations are dealing with with personalities and many other things that come into play too motivations yeah yeah that's right. It's an incredibly debilitating assumption to assume the other party is just crazy evil or stupid just because they don't see see the world the way I do and they're motivated and and the unfortunate things that many folks prepare for negotiation in ways very persuasive to themselves not in and not even thinking about is this going to be persuasive to the other person right and making those assumptions hamstring you and actually comes time to negotiate because as you're working with fewer tools right yeah obviously taking all of this experience in the battlefield now teaching students for those of us who are trying to sharpen our negotiation skills knowing that it's happening all the time whether it's negotiating salary or buying a car or even your rent how can we practice these he's skills and raise our awareness and build that empathy and emotional intelligence. We need for those really tough negotiations. Is I feel like a lot of us. Earn a situation where we don't think about negotiation then our car breaks down and we need a car and then we go to Google. We're like okay. How do I buy a car but as you've said it's experienced to so you've gone through the experience of winning negotiations losing negotiations as well as the schooling to get to this point we develop those skills so one who is just prepare and get well prepared for every negotiation force yourself to do that. I mentioned the ability to role play in practice in preparation review a your negotiations with with someone else. Keep a journal be aware big part of this is becoming aware of what am I doing negotiation. That's leading to certain results. Alz Be really intentional how you think about success but long-term and short-term but the biggest one I think. Aj is actually practice these things things being disciplined and that's really hard so if I if I can share one last quick story one other one of our former students terms of being disciplined blend he was in Iraq and he was getting in with a village elder to discuss some ongoing projects that they had and really needed this information from this elder as well as his his support for these projects and as he's heading the village the word comes across the radio that his best friend is just kill in an iud attack he then the next message each comes across which is an oh by the way the person you're going to meet with. We don't believe was involved but we do believe he had knowledge and that moment you can imagine the emotional rush of of things that we're going through this this great young leaders mind and he told us when he showed the story with us at West Point and a couple of years later. He said he wanted to react. He wanted to go in there. we really didn't have keep the meeting at all but he said he wanted to go in there and and really just kind of give guy piece of his mind make some some threats in their man's but he knew that doing that that behavior was not going to help him get the results you needed to be successful on something much bigger and and so he took the step back breathe came up with a strategy when an and negotiated from a very disciplined approach and was able to get support for these projects gets more information he needed and they were able to achieve greater purpose. I can't imagine a tougher context with with which which to negotiate the power of discipline yeah that is an extreme negotiation and thank you so much for your service obviously having I've been through the battlefield now teaching these skills and allowing civilians to get that military discipline as well as the strategies that have worked so well for us as as a nation. It's an amazing experience. Thank you for joining the show for our listeners. I would love to learn more about you about these trainings. Where could we send them sure. first place go reason things getting to yes read Harvard Harvard Guide to negotiations by Jeff Weiss. You look at our H. B. R. Piece I wouldn't encourage. Would you division advantage partners website into partners dot com you can look up the West Point negotiation project the words doing in the military and feel free to connect with me on link Dan. I always love talking to fellow jurors who are trying to get better than negotiations so happy to do that too. Yeah we'll all that up in the show notes. You guys can check it out. If you're listening the artist CHARM DOT COM. We put them all there as well. Thank you for joining us. Pleasure love the stories and again appreciate your service. What did you think Johnny you know what it was. His first time it was on a podcast and I'm happy that it was on our show and you could tell what a great negotiator is is by how calm he was and and and being the guests on the show he was calm cool and collected. I love not only hearing his historians amazing strays but how practical that military negotiation expertise is to all of us as civilians this week we have a challenge challenge for you as always and as we heard from a common mistake negotiations is that we tend to become reactive and for most of us that means we're hurrying through the negotiation association either by trying to keep the other side happy or by trying to make them back down well. We'd like to think back to some of your past negotiations for those of you who went along with the challenges. We gave at the end of our toolbox episodes. You probably have a few that come to mind. Did you see that reactive behavior in yourself. And how did it come out. And what could you have done better as you think back to those negotiations write down how you could have used the five strategies that are mentioned and as as we heard from him journaling is such a key part of getting better at negotiating thinking not only about the outcome but your behaviors during those negotiations can help hope you become a better negotiator. Let us know how this is going for you. We're always excited to hear from you. You could send us your thoughts by going to the charm dot com slash questions you can also email us questions at the art of charm dot com or find us on social media at the artichoke. I'm darcom find us on facebook instagram and twitter also. Could you do us. The entire art trump team a big favor. Could you go on itunes and rate this podcast. Leave us a review. It would really mean the world has that helps others finance. The John On podcast is produced by Michael Herald and engineered by SAM J and Bradley Dunham Cast Media Students and sunny downtown Hollywood until next time. I'm Johnny and I may J enjoy. Enjoy your week yeah..

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"aram" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"aram" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Aj I'm a little bit sad because today is interview wraps up our month on what were day late and hopefully not a dollar short as my daddy used to say well. It's been a little bit chaotic since we had gotten back from. Vienna and I'll jet lagged. I am now fully over it. You know it really hit me too. I I did sleep a lot this weekend. Yeah a lot of sleep through but I'm happy. This is our last episode on negotiation. We actually have an expert interviewer and and today we're talking with Lieutenant Colonel Retired Aram Donegan now. Aram is a senior trainer specializing in negotiation leadership relationship management critical thinking and emotional intelligence all things we love here on the show yes he served in the US Army for twenty one years as an infantry and public affairs officer and during the time he's been deployed Afghanistan three times and worked with military leaders to analyze scenarios related to governance contracting and of course corruption. He's also co founded and Co directed the West Point negotiation project in two thousand nine and today. We're GONNA talk about how his military career made him. An expert expert negotiator the common mistakes we make when we're negotiating and the five strategies that are much better suited to get to a successful outcome and a whole lot more a thank you for having me on. How did you end up becoming a negotiation expert. We'll so I retired from the army in June. After twenty one years here's my multiple deployment staff Ghanistan since two thousand three a little work in Africa in in two thousand fifteen and in two thousand six to two thousand eight the opportunity to go to the tuck business school is NBA while I was there I took in the Goshi course from Jeff Weiss and Jeff Weiss was Wanna Roger Fisher's the former students Roger Fisher the author getting to Yes jeff currently serves with partners healthcare in Boston and suggest was an adjunct instructor at both talk and West Point and he taught a course on negotiation based on a lot of the work out of coming out of Harvard from the late seventies on when Fisher started his work there so I got to take Jeff's course learn the second element model that comes out of getting to yes some of the work advantage partners has done over the years and teach teach with him and then work in a variety of ways we launched the negotiation project at West Point in two thousand nine outreach the military community just getting to practice and I deployed void later putting into practice getting to teach West Point Air Force Academy. It's just been yeah. That's how I that's all. I've learned saying negotiation. Experts probably being generous but I've I've been married for sixteen years so that's probably where I put most things in the practice. I couldn't believe it. What was the point in your life that you fell in love with with negotiating so probably to answer that question just a quick story so my first deployment. Afghanistan was in two thousand three two thousand four and and we were doing combat operations in eastern part of Afghanistan in one of the responsibilities I had was dealing with a number of claims that local civilians had made against United States military for property damage and other things so we had one gentleman who's claim had been getting kicked around for about two years ears when we arrived he was a gas station owner in Afghanistan so businessman influential the community he had claimed my skill in negotiation was incredibly. WLS I met with him. One time asked him what he wanted made him a ridiculously low offer told him he could take it or leave it and he was visibly upset showed up at the Ford Operating Base a couple of days later to get paid because he realized he just wasn't going to get anything as we go on a long enough. I was too busy to go meet with him. So I sent out one the my junior soldiers to go pay him and we had no interaction with him any further and there was a lot of a lot of failure in that daily recognize his importance community. We could connect us with information. You might have shared there was some results he continued to get harassed by mortar fire from the direction of the gas station we had convoy they actually got attacked by a half mile from his gas station and in while he wasn't involved he certainly wasn't share information since the people and so oh that relationship we passed onto the the the following unit so when you ask when did. I fall in love it was when I realized what a failure that negotiation was and that wasn't until I was in Jeff's course at Tuck in two thousand seven in one of the requirements was that we journal about negotiations but I realized that although I got a round of applause at the battle update brief because I made that claim go away I had really failed because of my limited understanding of it and so at that point I wanNA LEARN WANNA. Take myself on get better chairman failures in lessons with others. Wow that is some heavy repercussions for some bad negotiation and it just goes to show what we've been talking about all month. Where if you're looking at this things shortsighted to get the best deal relationships are going to be strained and certainly in this situation. People's lives are at stake yeah. That's that's so true. I think one of the tensions that many people feel is how do I get a subsidy good outcome for myself for my company for my organization and at the same time kind build a relationship and most people see that as a false choice where I have to sacrifice one for the other so if I'm going to do things that are really good for the relationship. I'm not GonNa get as good a you know. Value in the subset of art terms the price in the agreement or I can really push hard on that and not get an in the sat relationship. We'll have to suffer her and what we like to say is were cheap trying to achieve an outcome that does both value maximizing while at the same time doing things are good for the village and especially when it comes to negotiating in life we are always building or breaking relationships and we've had discussions about this all month. Whether it's even negotiate on a car you're going to need a second and third and fourth car. Wouldn't it be better to have a great relationship with the dealer. When you walk in and you get your oil changed. I think really highly of you. We often don't think about that. We think about the end now and how I can get there as fast as possible. What are some other common mistakes that you see people make when it comes to negotiating Nj. That's that's really true. I think that there's there are few terms or words out there that are more loaded than negotiation and I've taught academies but negotiations such a loaded term people have some strong strong mental models models about what negotiation has I often joke that I think is because we all have the first negotiation in life and when we didn't get fed we just cried louder and the truth is is is that some people never learn to negotiate differently from that and so they think that that's what it is you come in. You make a strong demand. You complain eventually. Get what you want. So I see a lot of common mistakes. People make were not aware of the assumptions that were making walk into a negotiation about ourselves the other person about the negotiation itself itself. We assume that it's going to be a haggle. We assume that it's transactional to your point. We don't do a very good job. Inadequately defined success. We don't manages manages. I mentioned before the tension between relationship in substance. We don't manage negotiation. No one has ever said needs needs more emotion on the motion nations their emotion. Is there for both parties. We don't negotiate the process very well in in in really own our role in the process. It's actually some nice researches inches. When I lead in a negotiation I can I have a good chance of getting the other party to follow me. We don't do a great job of understanding the importance of aligning any internal stakeholders as well as the external party were negotiating webs. We forget about internal alignment so the end of reaching agreements externally but hard to defend Dan internally and then the last one I'll share which is my favorite. Which is we negotiate too often to reach agreement and that's that's a big mistake. You should go. She eight to reach a good choice for yourself between what you can do with that party and what you can do with another party so you negotiate choices. You don't negotiate to to reach agreement that that leads you down a slippery slope. Have you ever bought a piece of furniture. That didn't fit in your home or just looked awful once. It arrived yeah..

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"aram" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"aram" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"I'm not gonna knock it a mess with that that that that season win total and project them to do wild great things but i think will cashing tickets if we play them the right way situationally good good stuff on today's show from bangor radio first-timer here in eram to allegiant. You could follow him on twitter at chemical a._t. Eram anything in the pipeline that you got coming up that you're gonna republic for us here in the near future yeah <hes> i think what we're gonna do is <hes> keeping track of this. You know switching switching speeds through the n._f._l. Now <hes> and we'll probably need another. You know we need more data to to to help us with this is how the n._f._l. Preseason is is causing adjustments in the market <hes> so far you know correct me if i'm wrong or hasn't been you know really any any any crazy injury <hes> situations other than maybe andrew luck. <hes> you know maybe colt mccoy. If you wanna call that major at your <hes> you know lock is more of a mystery at this point. We don't even know what's wrong with him. <hes> but i wanna see you know how how you know what he he seems are doing in the pre season how that's affecting <hes> any sort of futures <hes> or even week one spreads <hes> so that would be. We probably what's next up i. I don't really know if there's anything else that we can do in college. <hes> before these games actually started. I think we've we've beaten that one up quite a bit <hes> and like you said the coverage on the size just been fantastic. <hes> you know i am not even referring to myself. I mean everyone else just just phenomenal the preview stuff even the game stuff. That's already up this week for the the the two games this saturday <hes> so yeah. I think n._f._l. Is going to be the way we're going to be going <hes> next up once again. Make sure you check out aram's work over at banged the book dot com and follow him on twitter at have chemical a._t. Appreciate the time man. Thank you so much for joining us and hopefully chance talk to you again soon. That'd be wonderful. Thank you adam there. You go. There's khurram to allegiant get banged the book dotcom writer at once again at.

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"aram" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"aram" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"Think that's what everyone's remembering remembering but at full strength and this is not a program with a lot of depth but at full strength and chenault we'll be back quarterback. We'll be back <hes> stephen montas to you know i'm not in love with i think we've seen the ceiling on him but but he's good enough to get the job done and they have some talent elsewhere <hes> including chenault younger brother who's a freshman and supposed to be a set himself this team if you look at it the teams that they beat he last year <hes> colorado state nebraska u._c._l._a. Arizona state new hampshire u._c._l._a. I oh i think they're season win. Total is priced at what six six and a half and their <hes> arizona state in the seven seven and a half range the brass and the eight and a half french these are all teams the colorado beat last year and colorado sitting here at a four and i can make the case that they'll be better on offense and and better on defense simply because the new head coach mel tucker is a defensive guy. He's gonna bring a new energy. There's gonna be a new energy and there is a new energy in the program all all <hes> offensively. They decided to use this this. They're really going to go up tempo. I mean basically is the way to put it. I mean i'm talking like very very very little time between plays <hes> they are really really gonna go high-speed and they have the talent to do it and on top of that. I wanna give you a name. <hes> <hes> a running back. He's from your part of the country. <hes> mid west died jaren mangum. He's a true freshman. <hes> out of detroit us one of the better <hes> running back recruits in the country last year the guy tore it up <hes> in the spring game and then they're scrimmage and not just bringing their scrimmage <hes> that most recently really happened. This guy is no joke. He's six two running back over two hundred pounds <hes>. I think he's gonna be if he's not starting the season. He's gonna be splitting time and if he's not starting by week two or three. I'd be stunned. This guy's no joke. He son's michigan state to go to colorado. He stuck around after they fired macintyre. <hes> this offense is absolutely loaded and if you look at their schedule to start the season <hes> i think they could get the afford that you need just to be in the push rains before september's even over they play colorado state or a double digit favorite there they play nebraska who they beat last year and now they have nebraska and they won that game in lincoln so now they're homing nebraska. They're at home against air force <hes> and and they'll be a double digit favorite there that that could be you know if they beat nebraska they could be three zero or worst case too and one and then they players zona state and that's a toss up game to me <hes> at arizona state. That's kinda swing game on the schedule. They're able to win that. They're able to upset nebraska which i think they're gonna be live. In that game. You could be at four right there so <hes> again like i said these these these teams comparatively that have higher wind tunnels. I mean they are priced to three games blow teams. They beat last year and they're just as good as they were last year..

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"aram" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"aram" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"He's got a decent set of receivers <hes> they have good town on defense <hes> <hes>. I like this team now. The trouble here is that you know the schedule is just insane. <hes> you start with utah at tennessee u._s._c. washington washington. Those are the first four games lightens up later in the year so that's nice <hes> and that's probably when when exactly they need it so i'm not sure how are you would you would <hes> handle you know any sort of <hes> futures props on them but i do know that as a road underdog road underdog that's the key thing when nobody's looking when b._y._u. has been known to jump up and bite people <hes> as a road underdog there twenty eight against the spread the last ten years <hes> and you know if you think back to that you know last year there plus tenet arizona they win the game outright plus twenty two at wisconsin they they win the game outright. This team tends to jump up and bite you <hes> when you least expect it now it conversely. They're not very good. Favorite so what we're gonna to do is just look for spots where they are a a road underdogs <hes> and hopefully rock some team so i if they lay a against utah to start the season which i think might be a competitive game the following week there at tennessee. We should be getting a good amount of point so if you're looking to b._y._u. Against tennessee you're hoping that they fall flat against utah and we're catching eleven twelve points when they play tennis season next week well one of the nice things about that. It is a challenging situation spot going out to knoxville after the holy war but the holy war game thursday night so they have a couple of extra days to sort of get back on track and then also make their way out to tennessee so you could be a really interesting line there as well and we do for that tennessee game i mentioned you've got a couple of games in high altitude. Do you like one of them. May major conference team here the colorado buffaloes. I know you and i have a little bit of a difference of opinion on this one so i wanna hear your thoughts. It's on colorado yeah. I really like this team. <hes> i really like this bet <hes> and that's not like me to <hes> to use the team that that you know to use anything basically going over their season when told i don't like to do that. You know obviously everything can go wrong and nothing can go right when you're playing and over i <hes> but when you're playing an under only good things can happen to you. They still go out and win the games injuries attrition whatever it can happen and it's all beneficial but i make an exception here because <hes> i really liked this team now. They're over under for the season is set for and let's just look at this okay last year. This was a team started off five and then they suffered some injuries <hes> later in the year. They lost their the best player receiver viscous and all do. I think everybody kinda knows alan. This guy is a next level n._f._l. Guy probably a first round. Pick <hes> <hes> you know assuming he saves healthy <hes> they lost him. It was a lame duck coach situation. They lose their last seven games of the season and i think that's what everyone's remembering remembering but at full strength and this is not a program with a lot of depth but at full strength and chenault we'll be back quarterback..

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"aram" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"aram" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"It's not going to be the same thing that it was the last two years and i think people are just hearing the big name. Jalen hurts and they're thinking oklahoma won't miss a beat and that's just not the case well. What i'm i'm really curious about here is how are you going to play this because when oklahoma getting alex grinches defensive coordinator. I think it's a home run hire for them. The defense should get better. The defense has been a problem for this team so the defense gets better but maybe the offense doesn't with hurts are you. Are you looking to go against oklahoma or considering actually stepping in front of an under with them. What are your thoughts okay so you things here and it's a great question because you know like i had mentioned <hes> you know before <hes> on the website you know sometimes we we get these teams and and and we find you know great situations pins that we think we've got a team that we can go against and then we look at their schedule and we're like crap. You know this. This is just not conducive. <hes> you know to going under or <hes> or you know or really stepping in on on and under you know season total wins or or whatever it might be <hes> because you look at the schedule on you're just like man. I can't find the losses now. There's two schools of thoughts on this one. You can pass all together if that's the case too and this is one that i pounds <hes> and it kinda kinda runs with how the gambling gods works is that if you do past one way or another the losses do come and you just gotta gotta trust that that when you see a schedule and you just say well i i just don't see where they lose. Two games here you sometimes just after have to close your eyes and just let it happen now. Obviously they play taxes on a neutral <hes> and they can easily lose that game. They play at u._c._l._a..

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News in Brief 29 July 2019

UN News

02:19 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 29 July 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations U N Secretary General and Tony Cottee his extended his condolences to the families of those killed in Sunday's landslides in the southern Chinese province of Guizhou following heavy rains in a statement. And released on Sunday Mister Gutierrez said that he was saddened by the loss of life and destruction of property caused by landslides according to media reports at least thirty six are believed to have died in the landslides which occurred on Tuesday in a village. Glitch in switching county. Mr Bush went on to commend the search and rescue operations being conducted by the government of China is rains continued to fall in offer the assistance of the United Nations if needed to assist in these efforts in the killing of some sixty five people by suspected Boko Haram terrorists in northeast Nigeria is been condemned by Filippo Grandi head of the U._N.. Refugee Agency U._N._H._C._R. as a terrible massacre in a tweet published on Sunday Mr. Grandy wrote that grave insecurity continues to devastate civilian lives in the region including more than two million displaced people and refugees according to media reports gunmen opened fire on a funeral at a village near might agree the capital. Of Birth State killing several immediately while others died trying to chase away the attackers militants from groups such as Book Aram have contributed to a decade-long humanitarian crisis in Borno civilians have borne the brunt of a conflict that. Has led to widespread forced displacement in human rights violations in finally more than forty thousand members of the scouting movement are being encouraged to stand up for human rights it to twenty four th World Scout Jamboree currently underway at an adventure central camp in West Virginia in the United States. The Jamboree brings together scouts from around the world to promote peace in mutual understanding and develop leadership and life skills these year the U. N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michel Bushley Stoltze Scouts.

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"aram" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"aram" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"But I think we need to have his conversation. Because of what we're looking at what's happening in the courtroom and the Joaquin Aram Bula case. Now, this case is being labeled as a misdemeanor. There are a number of you have gotten in touch with me going why this should be a felony. But this is why we had Marquette Potanin the other day who laid this all out to Wyatt is a misdemeanor not a felony. And even I need a little coaching on that to understand why this wasn't charged a little heavier than it was. But now, I think I get it the lie the the law in terms of how the laws are are laid out in this area of what you can and can't do, and what that might, you know, wind up as in the courtrooms is pretty pretty obvious. Once capitain got into it. It was it's pretty obvious. But when it comes to our own way of treating children. What do we do? What? What rules? Do we have ourselves? And that's what I want to know. And of course, you can comment about the cases well to the overall case of what kina Rambla four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight and eight hundred seven seven six fifty eight fifty eight, but let's let's take a look at our own lives as well. Our own family unit. How you were tweeted by your parents and how we are now treating our children. There's probably a great difference there, especially with the baby boomer generation up to present day. Rocky. You're on came Jay. Hi. Hey, good morning. How are you? I'm doing well. We'll come back. Now, we missed you, brother. Thank you. Thank you. I'm happy to be back. Yeah. The the twist on this that that that I think about a lot is is the fact that how is the relationship between the father and the daughter. Going to somehow. You know survive. It's just it's a sad. Whooped? I lose ya. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Call me right back. We're breaking up a little bit there. See if we can get a better line again. The phone number's four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight. Eight hundred seven seven six fifty eight fifty eight is I just want to talk about if you're just joining us. Battle of corporal punishment. If indeed you use it with your own children, your grandchildren, the difference between what your parents did to you. And what we do as parents, probably there's a great difference in this day and age because of how laws and treatment has come about in the eyes of society. There's been a lot of changes, you know, that from generation to generation, and what are you doing? What are you doing when it comes to that line? Do you have have you self imposed a line? Do you think you've ever crossed it? And I think, you know, where I'm going with that struck again, go, sir. I'm here. Right. Thank you. As I was saying, I thing that really bothers me if I put myself in in the shoes of Mr. Aram Bula and having to go through this trial through the frustration through. You know is owned daughter testifying against him. How Alan God screeners is going to be repaired. How do they have a normal relationship going forward because I don't believe you're going to serve any time. There's going to be probably political if he is convicted political on accountability and things of that nature. But probably the most important thing is his relationship with his daughter in his other daughter. And then the family dynamics how how's he going to repair that? Especially after all the media treatment to which is adding to the dilemma that he's walked into and how is he going to repair it. That's good question on pick. Anybody knows how he's going to repair that. Or will he ever be able to repair that is the damage done as far as again, I'm looking at the media treatment here and the great exposure, this case has gotten more than the average guy like you or me? Yeah. And and people don't realize this. But when you're a law abiding citizen in you have some type of hiccup, and you get wrapped up into the criminal Justice system. And you know, that, you know, you're not you didn't do this intentionally what whether he did read it. And I don't know. But when you get wrapped up, this is so such emotional trauma. You see some some person's never been in trouble their whole life and someone makes an accident accusation against them. They get into the criminal Justice system. The whole family suffers from from that that experience in. They don't realize how stressful. It is. And I'm sure this is totally you know, unbelievable stress for him in his wife. And then how do you know, how do you discipline? Your your kid in the future? That's going to be the biggest problem. I think you know, because the kids are always going to be looking at Dan through jaundice eye now, even though they love him. And it's going to be like, I dare you to hit me. I dare you. Yeah. In if you know if you're talking about the punishment. If he is convicted he's probably going to get, you know, probation, probably gonna get anger management. Earning classes, ordered by the judge probably he's not gonna do any fields. I'm I wouldn't think based on on my experience in the in the system. But is it something that you wanna put somebody in jail for is this something that you think the the things that I mentioned a few minutes ago about you know, anger management things like that. Is that enough pointy or wh- how we feel on this? I mean, putting myself into those shoes. I I it just it's very difficult to answer. Thank you, sir. Have a good weekend. I'm glad you called. I don't think he should go to jail. From what based on everything we've heard to to this point? I don't think jail is is that would probably a lot of you're not gonna like this. But I'm going to say that would probably do more damage than good right now. Whereas I understand there are a lot of people out there like throw the SOB in jail for his kid. Well, then maybe all of us need to go to jail for a while. Because we've done the same not to the degree. Maybe that he has. But this whole, you know, dark cloud that constantly hangs over corporal punishment. Especially in the twenty first century here in these ultra politically correct times. You know what? I mean. Joe? Hi, you're on came. Jay. Hey.

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Nuclear diffusion: Iran

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:07 min | 1 year ago

Nuclear diffusion: Iran

"Today marks a year since merica pulled out of the nuclear deal with Iran fair for I am announcing today that the United States will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal. We will be instituting the highest level of economic sanction. The anniversary isn't passing without event. Iran has announced its own partial withdrawal from the nuclear deal today. Sean Joshi is economists defense editor that comes just days after the Americans moved an aircraft carrier into the Persian Gulf on the basis of intelligence of what they said were potential Iranian attacks on American forces, and Michael the US secretary of state has ten up on expectedly in Iraq, which is one of the main US Iran sites have competition the region, so it's all kicking off in the Middle East, and it's been a year since President Donald Trump withdrew America from the from the nuclear deal the. Me through again, why he chose to do that. And what the relations have been since the JCP was joint comprehensive plan of action. This was the fancy name given to the nuclear deal that Aram signed with six world powers back in two thousand fifteen to cap its nuclear program, which many people fit was racing towards a nuclear bomb in exchange for trade and economic relations with the west I've been doing deals for a long time. I've been making lots of wonderful deals. Great deals. That's what I do. Donald Trump said the Iran deal was the whist the will never ever ever in my life. Have I seen any transaction? So incompetently negotiated as our deal with Iran. And I mean, never he felt not only head given away too much to Iran. It allowed her on to keep the ability to enrich some uranium which is which is a potential pathway to a bomb it allowed Iran sanctions relief that Trump said it would spend on funding terrorism in the region. It didn't stop around from testing missiles, which could be used to cause havoc against the US in its Attallah is and ultimately the biggest complaint that Trump and his team had was that the deal didn't change Iran's approach to the region. It didn't change Iran's willingness to confront the United States confront Arab allies, the US and confront Israel. And for all of those reasons he decided I'm done with this deal. I'm gonna tear it up, and we're going to try bludgeoning rom into something more formidable something more constraining and exactly a year on ran has announced that it it self is going to start to ignore the deal which the significance of that. What exactly is undoing? Well, Sandra Hanni. Iran's president has said he will start doing two things on the real pressure from his hardliners who wanted to do this for a long time. One of them is that it will start building up stockpiles something called enriched uranium low enriched uranium, and that's one of the things that can ultimately help you make a bomb the nuclear deal capped, the amount that Iran could have and Rania saying, okay, we're going to break that cap. We're going to build up a little bit more beyond it. The second thing. He said he's doing is that he will start building up. Heavy water. Heavy water is a specific type of chemical that used in nuclear reactors that can ultimately make plutonium which is another way of building a bomb. So Ronnie is not saying we're gonna dash for a nuclear weapon, we're going to tear up the deal completely. He's being clever about this. He saying we'll break out of it. And reasonably limited ways challenging the Europeans to say, you really gonna tear up the deal for these steps. And so in in the context of there's also this movement of the aircraft carrier. You say it's it's all kind of kicking off. I mean is it. How much does this sort of stir the pot, and how much of this is just kind of sabre-rattling very hard to tell the US said, it has credible intelligence showing that Iran plan to attack US forces in US allies in the region using drones using proxy militia forces. Now, we don't know how good how solid that intelligence is some officials say they spotted wrong moving entire missiles on tops of boats, which perhaps they were preparing to use them. Happy will preparing to ready them. Other officials say, hey, look, it's not actually clear with this was preparation for an attack or just preparation for a contingency plan in case. Iran was attacked. I in other words, getting the stage ready for retaliation. So the intelligence is vague. And I think sent me in Europe among European diplomats and other parts of the world. There's a little bit of mistrust about American intentions, and the reliability of these American claims simply because America and the person who announced this movement of the carrier John Bolton is well known as a. Great hawk on Iran has been wanting to amplify pressure on Iran. So I think this some suspicion perhaps the administration may have played up the solidity of this intelligence in order to sort of rattler sabres, you say and false Iran to back down and couch into some kind of submission is is there a sense. Do you think that the the US is frustrated that even though it's pulled out of the deal? It's reimpose sanctions that around seems to be getting on. All right, the regime seem stable. I think it's the opposite. I think that they sniffing opportunity they see rom in economic crisis. They are convinced that the protests, they see even if the river economic issues are in fact, indications of seething discontent against the Talas. They see a region in which the Arab allies that Isreaeli allies role moving in lockstep all unified on the issue of confronting Iran. And I think they see opportunity to deliver lethal decisive blow to Iran force to it's knees force it to kind of give up everything it would not give up to Barrack Obama back in two thousand fifteen so. I think this is born of confidence some would say hubris not weakness, not not fair. How much of this is that America might want to change the terms find it difference Iran deal, and how much of it is just kind of the early stages of again regime change. Well, Joan Bolton has said when he announced the movement of Vinik carrier to the region, we don't want regime change and other officials have said that as well do people believe them, do you. No one knows. I'm not sure I do either. I think that the Americans said they don't want this. They said that it won't award but the conditions. They have demanded of your on Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state made a list of I think thirty also demands of Iran. This was kind of like a Austro-Hungarian ultimatum, right? It was a demand that people thought is. So extreme is so sweeping would necessitate such a dramatic change in everything that Iran does about its foreign policy and defence policy that it would never be accepted. And if American knows it's making demands it can't be. Accepted some people think is that just a pretext for justifying laying the groundwork for military action. No one really knows the answer to that. But I think the actions of the last few days the pathway, we're now on should make us all very worried about the prospect of military confrontation down the line. And so with that in mind, and this these these sabres being rattled, how do you think this will play out? I think we're looking at the end of the nuclear deal the rains have given Europe sixty days to say, look, you know, give us the economic benefits if this all will completely pull out in that. That's the end of it. I think Europeans have done the best. They can to try and protect their own trade with Iran from meddling American sanctions, they've tried to tell Iran you'll better off in this deal out, but has any is under pressure. From hotline is at home. He's he had his chumps the Americans shattered the deal in just the way that the supreme leader of Iran said they would. And so I don't think he has much political leeway to Lynn palm. I think the deal is going to die in sixty days. Once that happens. Iran will be under pressure to go back to where it was before. Twenty fifteen building up its nuclear infrastructure hinting that it's going to pursue its way to a bomb not at full speed. But but creeping its way there and challenging the Americans to do something about it. If if they if they we're going to be back in those very dunk troubling days of twenty eleven twenty twelve when the region looked like it was really on edge. Thank you very much for your time.

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"aram" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"aram" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

"That's in the see Aram and historical close information and being able to take your list and not just activties, but you're deals and put them into an order based on. Off of historical data. So that you can have someone else's judgement. Give you a hint at what should be worked on. And what order so we're going to talk through this. But this is a superpower. And I think it, and if I look back on my career, I'd say probably number one was my ability to empathize with people. But number two real close. Number two was I didn't wanna waste my time on deals that wouldn't close some managers call up being lazy? But I called I call it being smart, you focus on the things that will close. And instead of the things that might close when you're done with the things that will close then you go to the things that might close, and too often were told to do all of it, and that that's just a fool's errand. So we're going to get into this and gory detail at the end all kind of summit up give you some more thoughts about how you can increase your judgement skills every day because it a lot of questions come about. How do I judge this? How what would you do? And the what would you do is kind of a cop out a little bit? What what you wanna do is? This is how I judged it. Give me some feedback on how I judged it. Because you don't want to just rely on someone else's judgement. Because then you're not building that skill because this skill if it is this important, and you you can be the judge of that we have to develop it we have to look at that list and say I'm gonna put them in this order because of this because they're working with me because the right fit because they seem to be taking the actions and have the political and economic horsepower within the account to make it happen. Whatever reason it is. And then maybe document that so that you can reference it and look at us and not just start from scratch every day like groundhog day. But before we get into it. I wanna make sure you're checking out pipe dry. Pipe drives doing some great content. So if you look in for probably the best sales blog out there pipe, drives Scotus, lots of great sales content. If you want short little things subscribe, if you're looking for personal CRM.

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The murky world of data brokers

FT News

07:44 min | 2 years ago

The murky world of data brokers

"Hello from the Newseum of the financial times in London. I'm Josh noble did United you'll every online move is being watched and analyzed by advertising technology companies. What do they do with the data? And does it matter. Malcolm more discusses the so called privacy death stars with F T technology reporters earlier ram. Imagine bitter merger. Can you tell us a little bit about this data economy who are these companies who are collecting our data, and what are they doing with it? Industry, the ad tech data broking industry is very fragmented. So that dozens of businesses that collect data online by storing cookies on your web browsers for example, gathering data through apps on your smartphone. Then there are big companies like oracle that by that data. And combine it with information from retailers or credit card, data and other kinds of demographic information, and they use it to sell insights to advertisers about that customers. Is that a recent thing of company's been doing this for a long time? Why should we be worried about it? Now they've been doing it for a really long time. But over the last ten years is people spend more and more time on line and increasingly used smartphones. It's grown a lot. However, the scrutiny of it hasn't changed a tool, so there's a lot more data route there being traded murky. Tell us a little bit about whether individuals can do anything to stop that data being collected. If they wanted to I think it's pretty much impossible at this point to scrub your online presence. Completely. I have been considering trying to do it myself. But the feeds from which the data kind of hoses coming into these different brokers, and the inter connectivity of the network is just so deep an entangled that essentially if you live in today's world and interact with any electronic, so if you have a phone a mobile phone, for instance, your location data's captured. Similarly, if you're on the voter registry, or you get a mortgage from a Bank or perform any of these regular functions your data's on these lists that are then sold on and then cross referenced. So at this point. It's I would say almost impossible for us to completely scrubber for presence. But there are ways for us to be more hygienic about our data practices, for example, you could delete your Facebook account. If that was something that bothered, you you could for example, turnoff permissions that apps have two things that you do on your mobile phone. So we can be more aware of where. Data's going. But I don't think we can be completely off the record. Okay. You know, with the new regulations, certainly here in Europe GDP are done all of these companies need our consent to be able to track us through the nets and track all mobile phones, and everything that we're doing spending looking at the idea of GDP, you know, that's why now is the time to look at it. Because these companies has earlier said have been operating for decades within the bounds of low. But now, they do require our consent in order to buy and sell our data, but many of these companies on consumer facing. So the way that they rely on consent is that they hope that the apps that we do interface with on our phones or in our daily lives have got our consent, and then they can buy and Sal amongst themselves. So it's only now that regulators are looking into whether that's a fair use of our data and whether consumers are actually aware when they consent what's happening with their data. How much is this market worth? Now. We'll how big is the data economy. It's difficult to ask to mate the size of it. Because most companies that trade data also have other businesses and don't disclose the proportion of that business that comes from buying and selling personal information, but the European Commission and IDC the analysts have estimated that the data market in Europe was worth fifty nine point five billion euros in two thousand sixteen and could almost double to one hundred six point eight billion euros by twenty twenty. So that's one figure out there. So that sounds like a relatively large market. But is there any evidence to you know, we're being persuaded or advertise being successful using this data to sell us more stuff? I mean is it working? The irony of the story is that on the one hand data brokers an attack companies tried to downplay how much data they collect. So as to avoid scrutiny from regulators. But at the same time, they try to play up how much they they have. And how useful it is. So that they can sell it to their customers. And I think partly because they aren't transparent about exactly what data they're collecting. And how that informs the insights that they sell so they don't sell data points. They sell what they call insights into different categories of consumers. It's very difficult for either consumers or that customers to assess how useful that data actually is mud. Do a word using we should be about this. I think that the business of data brokers has grown beyond advertising. And that's what we should be worried about. So for many people up to this point. They think that the only way that data was being used was to be shown annoying personalized ads, but that's not the only fall out of this. So that customers extend much beyond marketing companies, it's insurers its banks at media companies and also local governments law enforcement. So I think we should be worried and not just because I'm a privacy activist or something like that. But mainly because. We don't have records to knowing if the data's accurate and to changing that data. So there have been many cases where people's data has been incorrectly sold on to say a mortgage company, which changes the products that they can get and they've had to spend months and months trying to find out why it's wrong and how to correct it. So if there isn't a transparency, it means that we might be sold the wrong product or an unfair pricing on a product. And we'll never know, and we can never change it. So we need more transparency do sink. That regulators are going to take action to falls more transparency. How do you see this shaping up over the medium to long term? I think this will be a crucial year. So we're coming up to one year of GDP are, and it's only now that regulators are starting to use the framework of GDP ought to see whether these companies are operating the early or not, and they are looking into it. So they do have the intention to enforce these rules, but because it's such a market practice. I think the next two years will be when. Regulators will have to figure out what actually falls within the bounds of the law and Walt's outside of it. So I think there will be enforcement, and we'll see examples of over the next few years or main shouldn't banks insurance companies and other people who are using this data simply be more responsible about the level of accuracy. They think it represents. I think in a lot of these cases, they don't even know the provenance of the data. That's the problem because it's been through so many layers, and so many levels of buying and selling that the Bank. So the mortgage brokers, they don't even know if the data's accurate or not. So there's a lot of trust that we place in this ecosystem of brokers that I think is falsely placed and there should be more levels of oversight and control. And you're right. It should be. Also, the customers of these companies who are making sure that it's accurate. Okay. Thank you very much. That was Malcolm all talking to Ali Aram Amadou meter merger. We'll be back with another news feature tomorrow. In the meantime, if you're not ready subscriber or like to discover more empty content. Take a look latest subscription offer at FDA dot com for slash offer.

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"aram" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"aram" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"She's saying step back client close. I feel a little. Yes. She's little say huge poke. He's like, I know that you felt it. So it can't be little. I don't think you can't poke with a big thing. I'd rather hear stab stabber. That just sounds. That's just like taking it all the way to the other side. Unplayable little finger Hoke bake things staff. I feel like big things. Prod, good word ram. Sure. You wanna say nudge? But that's just sounds like polite. From small too big a poke, a nudge. Pride. Aram a stab. I'd say Ramrods up there ramrod is that even verb and the noun version of what you've ram. I thought it was the thing used to Bangor down. But now, I'm just thinking from super. Oh, yeah. No, Raymond, Raymond battering ram, which is not on the scale, not a verb. I can't use that one fellas issued a tweet app punch of the jam where you are. So real. Bench. You're saying it's real. So he trick warmed up to buddy, Tim. This is personal for pets the harmony because it's like okay, having a boater. But there's a harmony that comes on the second half of that. Oprah singing about having a magin that he's like talking to this girl, and he saying it just him. And then she hears three other boys. Well. Can you favorite? Will you play again, whatever the fuck the ad lib is he's doing over the middle of. That course, the sound that I don't think is. Ooh..

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MacBook, MacBook Air or MacBook Pro: which one is right for you?

Most Useful Podcast Ever

01:29 min | 2 years ago

MacBook, MacBook Air or MacBook Pro: which one is right for you?

"Super excited about that. But it's only one hundred dollars cheaper than the base level. Macbook pro I was kinda sucked in by that. But I didn't realize the price was so different and the processors so much MAC Bulgars one point six gigahertz the pros two point two or two point three two point three. So it's nearly fifty percent jump in speed, which is a huge noticeable difference when you're actually working on the computer. Yeah. For hundred bucks, and you get the same storage the same as hundred twenty gig drive. Yeah. But you just get a much better processor the battery. Life's a little shorter and ways. Quarter of a pound more. I don't like the wedge shape of the MAC book air. So I'm sticking with the pro an apple guys. This is relevant to me. I think this is good to know the best budget laptop that I saw out there. It's seven hundred dollars. It's the vivo book. S fifteen kind of cool has a little dash color on the side. It's fun has this cool hin? So that when you flip the screen open at actually tilts your keyboard a little bit. So that you're typing angles better. It's a one point six gigahertz high five eighth generation processor fine. You'll be plenty happy as they gigs Aram, which you wanna go below. But that's fine. Yeah. And also if you are somebody who still likes having the old USB ports three of them. Yeah. Feel like a thumb drive guy or you still charge your your phone from your laptop or something you've got the porch there instead of the MAC books where you just have a spec- and have to get an adapter if you don't have the newest the huge hassle. All right Chromebooks, super cheap can't do anything because everything's stored online.

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"aram" Discussed on What the Tech

What the Tech

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"aram" Discussed on What the Tech

"You can't go to they actually don't give you the option to go from the I three Oyo there is one of them. So I apologize. Yeah. You can't build to an I five with that model. Okay. So this one Oded are it is sixteen. So actually, this is the model I want. Okay. There you go thirteen hundred bucks. This is exactly what I was talking about. I apologize. Okay. So it's a so this is just based on customization? Right. They're giving you two options here. Three point six gigahertz. Quad core. I three and a three gigahertz six core. I five for a thousand bucks. Let's let's make this a little more reasonable because I think a lot of people would say A a six. six I didn't even know six core. I five existed. So I didn't either a six core. Intel core, I five eight gigs Aram, which I think a lot of people would be okay with I would want sixteen. But let's say eight by the way. Remember, you've got to get this. Right. The first time, right? You can't fix this later. Listen, you can't go back. You can't like mean you knock out the tiles that you just put in. Yeah. But you can actually take a gigs off. So you can save two hundred bucks. So it gigs Aram to fifty six eleven hundred dollars right now this, you know, it's expensive. I think you get accepted a twenty something percent increase over whatever are the product to get to the MAC, but honestly eleven hundred bucks. That's okay. That's not bad. And that's you know, I didn't even know this one existed. And you know, when you presented this upfront that was kind of like, well, you know of the products they announce the MAC minis one that makes the most sense to me. So this even makes more sense. So let let's let's go to us. I seven right core. I seven. But, but really, I I really don't think you're gonna see that much of a performance of sixty four gigabytes or excuse me, I said ram, let's go to sixteen gigs. Aram? Let's go to five twelve SSD. We got the Giga bit. And. So I'm at sixteen ninety nine I'm a seventeen hundred dollars the one I.

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Netflix Daredevil season 3 discussion

Talk Nerdy to Me

09:26 min | 2 years ago

Netflix Daredevil season 3 discussion

"Here the Besser hurled post studios. Do you like comedy inverse to bundle reverse. We are available for perfect. Jay, this up, check this out. Troy. They sprung it us. Lot of details coming, San Diego come out and surprise announcements. Afterwards in case you missed it old doing another season of daredevil on Netflix. This will be seasoned is on the way you got the majority of the main, the main cast him back Charlie Cox, daredevil, debris of wool. Visit the non-free, oh, bags kingpin and Elden Henson foggy dos every Every second. second. Up until punisher. She was in every marvel Netflix series. I think that was one that broke the streak is. Claire temple slash night nurse character while he's fantasizing about residing Dawson. Get daredevil season three. Is she slated on back back back? Is she Scott to be gotta be? They'll get second of the biggest surprise to strongly ended strong. The show that you're that we will have bull side in season three. Bullseye, and it's going to be again, that's another fall release, fall release of twenty eighteen Netflix and be a lot of bandwidth this fall. Yeah, a lot of people going to be streaming on Netflix, so people going to be subscribing. Once again, you know, I've been also you this. I don't know what I like more. I don't know which. Which Margot series. I like more. I think daredevil is it's up there. It's definitely up. There is still start at all. Yeah, and do that. We gotta show that that graphic again, the bloody face graphic holy crap. Crazy. Oh my goodness where he's kind of was like he's happy about being kind of smiling teeth in get and either they really picked a great guy. It'd be mad Murdock Charlie Cox again doing no wrong. So where do we go from here at season three again, a bull bull side, the fight between the two. So as a big rivalry since daredevil thwarted his. His perfect record. Yes, he's had it in for him and the countless of the cameos that we are eventually going to get. In the c set off, you is going to be back as kingpin. We don't know in what capacity, how much? Well, we see punisher. Once again, when mind why this is set after defenders also. So you might hear reference to Luke cage. Harry ran busy night. The Colleen wing, but what happened in fin or the I know. Oh, yeah, because I didn't see Charlie Cox run around with Condit. He's still over in hills, go, you're gonna get that. Are we ever going to get, you know, the Skiros crossover into the film world. I want to see that I would like to see I couldn't. They've said no due to how cool would it be to see daredevil in Iraq with spider to interact with to morning. To be in the next fighter film, how cool would that be? Dude, how cool would it be to see now that it can happen now that can happen the punisher fixing up within pool. As happened in the Smith, sit up with daddy and tell them so yet seven Marvel's got so much now their fingertips with with their who their. But their networks characters. Somebody just Cam use midday storyline, Jerry lights storylines a is again, there's solar side like to see daredevil, especially because like you said, he's the one that started up. Yes, he's on the kick-starting bell. So I'd like to see him, you know, throw out doctor strange. Do. There's a lot of character located in that that little Mary New York. Yeah, that all of those kitchen in the little beyond. Right, right. A kid yet. It's New York room, Spiderman punisher. Daredevil, all miss connector, a bullseye. They're all that all that New York. All that business happened right now, please, can we get peas? That would be it was just a small reference. I love those references. We have Patsy Walker. They haven't revealed that. Yes, you pass. You offered the company's health healthcare. Good. They've made a few, you know, register fighting an air. She hasn't put on the costume yet. So wait to see that so much that that again, you were a news Aram of Britain. Oh, you, sir. Here, you know, pull that up. The guy who plays is slated to play bullseye. Wilson, Bethel. I don't know what I've seen him all. So, yeah, he's supposedly both seem pictures of the work at post workouts things with him and Charlie Cox, and they both were cut pretty buff row. You ladies out there didn't work out. All right. I just mind again, my soap box there and just talking about how potentially in the city of New York you have so many. Here's a can be intertwined at z. I'd love to see dirt. I'll do that love to see some people make cameos that you just would not expect and or even once you do expect. Right. I wanna see some more defenders, senior. Sure. Shire's riyal I'd like to see iron-fist. I know you got a bad rap, but I, I'd like to see him as a mix. You will see his season two's coming out September two all. Yeah, so that's why I say Netflix, Poland, bandwidth. Hopefully we get some more comfortable action with the iron fist. Right. That's another fall released daredevil season three. And we're going to be talking about a few episodes. Once we start. Shing those once we start bingeing all usually takes me day and a half. Yeah, you know I'm going to be Benjamin. I can't believe I just totally forgot about maybe binging discovery, Star Trek, CBS all access. I'm what season two and I think of raid to the math how much is that if we did if we did you pull how many people go into until soft hammer. We did sixty seventy s it was a total about six was under seventy bucks, so okay, under seventy dollars. Let's just say now with the lowest price one. Okay. So you got Hulu. Then flicks you did. Did you do zone. Do you to read and. Discover why Rebecca remains is called in for. She's going to be in disturbed trek discovery is so did six streaming services and all that is under seventy. And as the ones that have the law of the lowest price of those. Wow. So you get that with your kit, your internet connection of other one, twenty some bucks you're, you're saying, yeah, you're, you're getting the ninety bucks and get yourself a really good HD antenna for the local news. I think you're think you're going to be okay, just watch out. They're going to have sports streaming services. They are. The NFL then were right. The RA do. That's going to be the big problem. It's all going to be just as much as not less than cable package. That's that's the big I'm telling you, so we'll go karts. That's the big question. All right. All right food for thought food for the new daredevil hopefully dig it. I know we're going to be watching. It's ROY. The first two seasons of mazing, fight scenes and great storylines the punisher seal extra hand, Gaza Andrews, are it off. 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"aram" Discussed on Happy Hour

Happy Hour

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"aram" Discussed on Happy Hour

"So you don't have passionated. Piloting experience more like you scroll in this constant loading. That's like intensive, I guess, for the for the computer so that Boggs down much of an macbook. It wasn't an issue. I'm with forty goodbye around that. I saw and it's not an issue on this back book of course, with thirty gigabytes of ram. So, but I think sixteen Feis but it goodbye. It's it's tough. It's not just like the homepage. It's preparing for a podcast, you know, might have twenty links open or like researching for a story might have tunnel links open and so that that bogs down the computer. I mean, even my member probably which has ceased gigs Aram, I still run into like plenty of opportunities with having more would help, like always going to. Activity monitor and see how much of the swap is used for ram. And once he's hitting the swap that means just run out of real ram needs just putting on the drive to put it and more from the, no, I have like at least a gig of swapping years, and it's great. We. Yeah, he's like Costa off that takes ramen Everley similize opening, but I still have occasions where you know, I'm just, I just have you just you just casually brazen, the web, and then often light. You have like five windows of twenty tabs each hyper and then you're rounders disappears. Yeah. So. The thing is like more maybe more important than than screen size and even processor speed for me. I find it challenging for me to make this when I'm buying a new computer of like, do I need the two point four gigahertz chip or the two Eggert Jefferson more? Like is it worth that gain? I don't know. And I think in practice, like probably not in what's more important is looking at the ram they met Aram my have, you know, looking at sixteen is the minimum now. And then the next thing is the capacity like this has a two terabyte SSD. Maya last map book had a one terabyte SSD I believe, and that was awesome. Like that's enough space for me to download my full photo library. So every picture and video they were taking. I've got locally on the computer and I think I could, I know about a library as well. I think on the one terabyte I could maybe do most of it and have every file local without having to do. Do I call driveway your. Removing non recently used files, you know, and doing that kind of thing. So terabytes just like a lot of space winter, a lot of space SSD fast. So my math book has the base to fifty sixty bytes in that I can work with that because you can offload file and you can do the library without downloading everything. And you can do apple music writings match without having everything local, you can stream music. I can live with it, but it's so much better having things. It's like right here on the computer. And if you're out fine, is there if you're not flying from the web, if you're on the internet, you can still get everything super fast. Like I love that. So next computer, I'm going to. Definitely value ram and local storage over over speed like speed part of it, but reminisces St.. You're gonna be where I are upgrade things. So. Because you have the I nine convict the reality is if you just had the six core, I seven. Yeah. Which is the base fifteen inch fake you probably never gonna ever. Yet, Karen let you you saying, oh, it's like if you seconds Fausto and it's like, you know the exact but like a few more seconds slow like share. Yeah, because you you kind of go in and out of doing one daily podcast which has to render, but it's like three minute shows. He's never that loan. Right. And then you just once a week, like it would be a different equation if you were doing, you know, to poke every single day or aiding pocus, Diane stuff like it. Then those times. Sure. When you just kind of do not the old thing here there and even like even if even if you were doing that, most people are going to benefit from getting more ram than going from. A two point six, two point. Nine base like the the, I nine sounds a lot cooler than the I.

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"aram" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"aram" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Shocker sorry so that's where the number came from like a what they call naked coverage is saying that trump maybe the fish they trump paid off a porn star to keep her quiet that's negative media coverage this i'm just looking at twitter from the hill less than one in three americans support trump's decision to withdraw from iran deal because it's it's it's it's it's reporting on something critical of him he's calling that fake that's not faith what's fake is the shit coming out of fox instant claire and breitbart and the the made up headlines and trump but was so much happening out are we just organize in support for example of aram deal give congress you know we don't have the ability to we're to thrown off our bearings by this fire hose of bad things happening so the intent is to keep us off balance and we all recognize that you know the question is can we get enough people in this november and that requires us you know to show up that's all it requires us to do is show up and so the the coming barrage funded by all this corporate money and billionaire money will be trying to get us to not vote try to get a set against each other you know it'll be all over the place it'll be white progresses are against black people and white progresses are against women who knows what you're going to hear it all you're going to say i don't want i wouldn't go near voting for that person just show up in vote right just show up in vote don't let them get away with it and maybe we can make a difference i gotta throw that in.

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New Ebola outbreak hits Africa as 2 cases confirmed in Congo

01:19 min | 2 years ago

New Ebola outbreak hits Africa as 2 cases confirmed in Congo

"States instead her have acquired to build many of the pastoralist field they've been pushed out of the state herself lonnie is originally from nin in ben wing but moved to neighbouring in february because of the ban one i am are going she she wanted to government to remove the grizz because we also made journalists and benway's where we were born this has never happened before with the book aram insurgency still raging feast of the country nigerian security forces will need to stem this violence into central states to stop it from exploding into another unmanageable conflict the government of the democratic republic of congo has confirmed a new outbreak of the lavar s in the northwest of the country over the past month therapy twenty one suspected cases rebecca caspi reports ebola is transmitted to humans from wild animals but is highly contagious between people and is at least fifty percent fatal in most cases though that figure has reached ninety percent in previous outbreaks the world health organization says it's sending a team of experts to the area to help local authorities contain the disease early intervention can improve survival rates.

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Indian court jails spiritual guru for life in rape case

BBC World Service

02:11 min | 2 years ago

Indian court jails spiritual guru for life in rape case

"The life support for a terminally ill child is one such case makes headlines here in the uk we hear from a mother what to go through that herself more on that coming up this half hour i the news hello i'm marion marshall with the bbc news a selfstyled indian holy man who boasts forty million followers around the world has been found guilty of rape influential spiritual guru ram was accused of attacking a sixteen year old girl at its ashram near jaunpur in registan in two thousand thirteen dvr aria reports from delhi anticipating violent protests at the courtroom the word it was delivered by the judge at the jail where saddam has been lodged for almost five years now he was arrested a few weeks after the assault in two thousand thirteen amid high trauma and protests by his supporters the miners family had been staunch devote his of ram and their daughter was staying at a residential school run by him during the trials in the rape cases against us aram nine witnesses including one journalists have been attacked three witnesses died and one is still missing the bbc has learned that the head of football's governing body gianni infantino is facing an allegation that he tried to intervene in the process of choosing a venue for the twenty twenty six world cup wolfram our sports correspondent richard conway there are two contenders for the twenty twenty six world cup a joint bid from the us canada and mexico and a separate bid from morocco what a source close to the governing body alleges mr infantino ask the panel of officials volley within the respective bids defined damaging evidence that could prevent barocco for making it onto the ballot paper in response afi who spokesman told the bbc the panel's assessment is guided by clear and objective criteria and that the president is not involved in this process and he will not take part in the vote of the congress an international conference to raise money for syria is just beginning in the belgian capital brussels representatives of eightyfive countries and organizations will be there the director of the world food program in syria yacoub can said the humanitarian situation in the country was getting worse with two thirds of the.

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"aram" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"aram" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"What questions to ask him poked holes in that i was reading through a curriculum for the fifth grade and the fifth or i think was fifth or sixth i can't remember our which when it was an and they were feeding it as they would have the kids stand in the classroom with fact in theory on it and they were trying to make the science we have right now absolute act and there was it was absolutely not a theory and it was such a manipulation and i thought all these poor kids if they're not getting this at home then they need to be because there's so much evidence the other way that you can't ignore and if you wanna look up jonathan grade he's fantastic he's got a lot of videos and and writings on what he found evolution coz one bases after it has to be true y'all literal support their theory and uniform of materialism the world is pretty much remains and without god for years and years and years of things of gradually walden who wound while what we have today but you have to have uniform materialism in other words you cannot have evolution from one species to another or one girls anything unless there on a particular ecological niche australia wherever it is okay for that period of time in order to develop right if species were wiped out change or anything else under another doctrine global called catastrophes bryant where cities are buried incontinence are moved of tidal waves cover content ants then all of a sudden uniform attorneys goes out the window near right and you can have i adaptions but you can't have a complete and utter absolute change our allies allowing an outlet that doesn't happen in then why didn't we keep evolving you know what i mean yeah and by the way this this mayan these my in cities i this is crazy but they actually heavily trafficked use for trade all forms of regional interaction highways were elevated to allow easy passage way they or meticulously planned and controlled canals in dikes in and reservoirs this is great information and i i'm so glad that they actually national geographic had to come out with this because there was a huge fine and they had all kinds of defensive walls imagine that a wall and i'm sure at help them any way aram parts a terraces fortresses warfare wasn't only happening toward the end of civilization it was largescale and systematic and.

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"aram" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"aram" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Good no i think that's a huge unlike that's such a big thing to do an life that you did in another hats off to like they were just you'll you'll you'll end run to the game had so many awesome points to it and i think that's another one of them that you literally a hold saw accounts with the final three aram yeah that was you find it well very at night is very good creek let's talk about that you challenge going in to that final munitions we also have laws and you will you know this song we're not looked at a i literally you know how you can go up to the challenge be challenged seem and be like oh what this and have what are you question i had so many questions in regards to like is my shortened is going to make a mess of difference lower like 'cause the peter is bit taller than me like literally guy had already in 'cause i wanted to win hours right pat down tonight so that everything even in fit yeah i think you're short this was a bit because you didn't have to hunt year than other same donald thinking or like like is it like his arm reach going you know like his l let's go into and making a different las other fouts yet uh i think you deed as easy to really restruture hustle challenge you look like you you will not stressing old it looks like you could have gone from um my face shows it but you know my heart was right it was very well for them.

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"aram" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

Startups For the Rest of Us

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"aram" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

"Sign up and they have a user account that is a different email address in marketing automation software a lot of them the email addresses kaya of that source of authority for or that unique identifier for that person and in the case of like billing information especially if like a one user account now you have to email addresses in it really is the same person and it's hard to differentiate between them some times and that's why some people will go towards like using a com for that but again like there's there's pluses and minuses in bull aspects whether you using a marketing automation tool like drip or if you're using a see aram like both of them are going to have pros and cons for that type of scheme the last thing the kind of talk about is how do you keep some of these data paths straight and i think there's some there's pretty basic guidelines about how to track the information flow from one tool to an to another but the basics that you can start off with is just like a pen and paper and that's easy to get started with when you're just trying to build our in map what your sales and marketing funnels look like because you can just kind of really quickly draw something up but as it gets more complicated you're probably going to have to graduate more towards a tool aura document or a spreadsheet that is going to allow you to put a lot more information in their something i found useful is to implement some sort of a a work flow in either a desktop or a cloudbased workflow tools lewis oh there's a bunch of on that i've tried i've tribe things like liffe of tried drawdown i o of try to us mockups us emo q ups i've tried doing things in in drips workflow tool as well in that works great so long as you are operating within the confines of drip like once you start to go out of that and do things that are not involved directly with dripping sorta falls apart a little bit and that's not a knock on drip specifically it's just share.

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