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"awda" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"awda" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"To this podcast. i reckon. that's fine scott. I think it's if there was a car in your garage because he we haven't got spicer. Lotta 'cause we live in a town if you certainly in some way well you've gotta workshop or garish and you've got several cows passion projects weekend you know. What if one of them runs on. Petro and you keep on the road. Maybe it's a classic or a fun car. You know what people keep horses right so it's fine if we if we burn stuff in the future. I think it's fine. I don't know one of these people that wants to kind of turn the switch off overnights. What's wrong with a little weekend. Car the ghosts elites or to petula something poodle around the. Keep you on the road as your hobby. I i see nothing wrong with that in the future. Right call kramer says. I imagine if i left electric it would be because of service. Some areas only have one dealership per make of car if one is bad. Well then you're out of luck for repairs because there aren't many independent. Garages that do electric says call. Point ian wasi. watkins says. I just completed a ten day holiday down to the south of france and we decided to drive and takeout dog including an overnight destination. Stop nah leeann down to dijon on the way back as well as a new owner of an eye pace model year twenty twenty. I'm a novice to charging planet apps. So i used a battery planner plug. Shag google maps. And the i pace nafee says is a rubbish. Better replant a file to indicate a stop where we were relying on a hundred and seventy five kilowatt charge. That was out of awda. So we had to use fifty kilowatts all the time we were sent down femme tracks to a existent charge on this basis. I would've loved to have have my five hundred mile diesel volvo just to get us down that stress. Free range anxiety grounded. That was a one off and not live to again with the current. Two hundred and twenty mile range limit on the i pace maybe with navy they had three hundred and fifty miles an improved motorway infrastructure. Which is coming and that was the best but the most expensive He says that's a good point. I long journeys in different countries. You know what. I i have a few card's in my wallet i really want to go to europe in navy which i've never done. I've never driven across europe in an ebay and i could. You know you could do it in a to you. Anyone could do it in a tesla. Tomorrow easy peasy lemon squeezy. No issues. I'd like to explore and i have a you know a plug surfing rfid cod. I've got the shell. Walls new motion But i you know the the the new shell recharge cod and a few that would work across europe. It shouldn't be a problem. I think you know if you have that. Three hundred hundred and fifty mile eighty. You're right. you're absolutely right. You can stop every hundred miles. And if one's a have you've got the juice to get to the next one great great feedback. Philip operate says price for me. I bought a third hand us. Twenty thirteen hundred. Five hundred eighty. I totaled my previous car. It's real world ranges fifty miles but barely works. My daily commute doesn't allow any route changes for errands with the current price of decent use. Dvd's knee ones having white times which are getting longer and longer. I couldn't get in other. Ev if something happened to my car and car. Thank you for the show says philip and it's a good shout price is. I'm surprised more people haven't said if i had to go back to be because of price. Yes you're right. You know i bought my you know we're looking at selling. I run zoe right now. Just turned two years old then sixteen thousand miles and we'll be gutted to see it go but you know we just need a little bit bigger comp otherwise it's the perfect car and we both we will probably sell it for just less than we bought it for Because a few months ago i was looking around and they were on the market for eleven grand Which would still be you know a bad loss roster of taken but now they're on the market for fourteen and a half fifteen grand for two year old fifteen thousand mile renos zoe rate in really good nick tiptop on. It's like really full grand mall than it was. I have a summer. You know just a few things have happened at petra crisis here Londoners wanna buy ev. Because of you know charging and stuff driving into the city and more places are coming as well andy. Visa generally becoming better known that the used komaki has done some assaults in the last three months and all of a sudden like. I'm going to sell an when we do sell zoe in the next couple of weeks. It's going to be a huge amounts of money. Less than i bought the thing foy. It's a battery lease. Obviously so that's just crazy right. That's it's timing. it's a one off. Never do again you know don't buy cosmic money. He's my advice. But and i wonder if my money on the on the zoe but i lost a lot of money. Either off the sixteen thousand miles. That's just the market honeymoon. I can't get over it. Hi david who tongue firmly in cheek says water. I go back to combustion. Well he lists some reasons. My wife has suffered a blow to the head which changed her personality such that she would divorce me. If i didn't drive one number to someone has taken my cats and dog hostage number three little. Timmy's kidney get to the hospital. And the one number four zombie hordes of cut me off from my avian. It's my only choice of escape. And so he goes on a really really funny email. You're not taking this seriously. I david now come by like it. So in other words he's saying yet harrison ridiculous reasons because nothing in normal life is going to get me to go back to driving a combustion car. I did ask you to pretend did nas my my my my fault rally robot. Grace says i don't ever want to drive fossil gablers again but i still do for various reasons if i had to pull a heavy trailer for a long distance thousands of miles limited range of evasion. The trailer reverse geometry if you charging stations would make a particular trip much easier with gasoline. Jeff in indiana says as far as getting back to an ice car icon. Think of a great reason aside from perhaps my preference of driving manual car which is irrelevant with an navy but they find the region paddle. Oh my bolt gives me some engagement. You jeff jalil. When i had the kona for three months. I did use the floppy paddles as a way of engaging with the car and never touching the bright pedal us the floppy paddle to come down to a complete stop and change my region. But yeah i know engagement in driving. That's a really good point. Jeff goes onto say my sister however did own navy before me husband. South bought an early leaf. Unfortunately that also corresponded with a cold winter. We had in recent years temperatures minus twenty degrees fahrenheit and winter. The least didn't well and she found out she was able to make it home from work even with only using seats heaters and no he did add after that. They tried it in the leaf. Today's much better with the code. Of course butts. I have as yet not been able to convince them to go. Ev again great. Brilliant questions bring ounces this week To my question which is really brilliant. But you'll quite your answers always fantastic right a new question of the week with e no way dot com. We'll be set next sunday. They'll get on the next week. And so what will take a week off from question of the week. But now it's time to say thank you to all about patriot. Family premium pottsville phil robertson. Electric future. brad. Crosby porsche of the village in cincinnati out of cincinnati east volvo cars of cincinnati east national charging on the us mainland and aloha charge in hawaii derek riley from the fear of you on youtube channel richard harris v dot cut it. Uk the buying and selling a visa in the uk immobility no way dot com as well and all of our partners david and lisa allen bob boothby for mill brick cottages the five stock gold. Self-catering cottages darren mcclusky from tonight by real estate your cooking from shift to electric dot com. The number two rajiv. Narayan ian said michael lumley and say all of our executive produces as well. That'll be adam bruton adrian. Bond alan.

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"awda" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"awda" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"But now with him sidelined at least they have a capable. Backup in zach zodda. I watched cows on in the spring game paul. I think he's excellent. He's a really good thrower. So i actually think him being in the lineup against a team like arkansas might actually work to texas. And m's advantage because they're gonna live right now. It's probably going to have to be through the air that offense a blind the other day not great cows did not look comfortable at all. But let's also take last week against colorado with a slight grain of salt cows. Awda was getting backup repsol week and was thrust into a difficult spot at altitude which is even increasingly difficult on the quarterback especially when trying to push the ball downfield so take an push them to the side just for a half second. Let me talk quickly. Why arkansas difficult match for an wants to live on the ground. You're not going to be able to run the ball with a lot of efficiency against arkansas. I'd be surprised if you could even with arkansas's three down defensive line. they're heavy. they're big. They're difficult to move. And they're very sure tackles at the second level now at this point i haven't heard an update as to what's going on with their outstanding linebacker grand morgan. He was walked off the field with a lot of help on saturday night. So if he's back hoping that he is and this will be one of the better fronts. Sevens in the sec. But if he's out they at least have capable depth behind him with both henry and bumper pool. But if those two guys have one of them were to go down and they might run into some issues so they're good right now along the front. It's just whether or not they can sustain injuries throughout the course of the season which are to happen in the sec. Because of how physical play so starting lineup very good. The depth is what question at this point. They're not having to rely on a lot of depth because they are excellent to eat greg. What's your quarterback situation. Look like in knoxville for josh chappel. Well watching joe. Milton's increasingly frustrating. I don't really know how to describe what it was that i saw and we've talked about it. Throughout the course of last week and leading up to the game joe. Milton had hit three d. Balls three if he hits three balls. And look. I played against patent doozy. I know exactly. What does he wants to sell out. Get those safeties involved in the run game you got to throw it over there over his head if you can do that you'll beat them convincingly if you can't do that you're gonna get beat. Jovan didn't do very well in this deep balls. And as a result they lost by touchdown. Now hinton hooker gave them. A chance was a little shaky early. But he settled down as the game went along. What i wanna see moving forward. I think the quarterback competition should be open. Assuming milton's back healthy available moving forward. I'd like to see that quarterback competition opened up because if joe milton continues to overthrow deep balls. No one's going to catch overthrowing ball not going to happen at least if you under throw it. There's a few things that could happen. One can get pass interference to your receiver could go up. Make a catch on the fifty fifty contested catch situation or three. It's potentially going to fall. Falling complete underthrown. Deep balls are so much harder the defense and they are in the offense because the defendant never looks for the football so i think that joe building if he continues to overthrow guys he's going to have to get out to many plays being left on the field right now by tennessee off. It's just not that good. They're not good enough. Excuse me they are. They can be good. They showed some signs or some glimpses at times on saturday. They're not good enough at this point to leave that he plays in the field against quality competition. So i open it up on. Hooker did a good job in relief. And we'll see where they go from this point forward because hooker by all accounts not have a great camp but sure enough with the lights on saturday. He performed admirably. Give him a chance. Greg auburn has been flawless in two games. I'll be at the opposition. Their head to penn state this weekend. What's going on with brian. hartson's team and What does it look like saturday night up there. I actually really liked auburn. Chances paul and i kind of went this season thing man. That's going to be a tall order. really i think auburn has played tremendously. But he referenced. The competition right and it wasn't the best start on saturday night. It's it is what it is but let's just acknowledge what auburn's done. They have not played to the level of the competition. And there's something to be said for that. Because i saw a while at least in the gus. Malzahn era times before auburn played to the level of the competition. That's not the case this last two weeks so they left no doubt they went out there and they executed. They didn't do a whole lot. That was extravagant. In regards to their game plan it was fairly vanilla and they executed insanely high level. Go next great in the first week. Not as good in the second week but still showing signs of growth for where he was a year ago. The running game now has more than just one piece and take big. And i do not need more than one piece tank. Big is about as excellent a running back that you'll find in college football the office of line. This shown some signs of growth even though they haven't really been challenged to this point and then on the defensive side. I've been pretty optimistic with what i've seen so far outside of the fact that i'm not really at this point convinced that they have a super dynamic pass rush but that's okay. I think they match up pretty well. This weekend. penn state along the offensive line. Not great auburn. I think can get some push can limit what they do in the run game and i think auburn in the secondary matches a decent against what are pretty explosive wide receivers. Now sean. clifford's deal on a really hot hand. It'll be a difficult game and in bo. Knicks doesn't play. Well they won't win. It's really going to hinge on whether or not bow knicks continues to play smart sound football throughout four quarters on the road where your emotions are likely going to be challenged in the white house. So i like their chances. Paul actually i think they can certainly go on the road and get a win. But they'll even have to play better than what they've played in the first two weeks in order to do that because penn state is obviously a significant jump in competition. Greg is alabama hedged gainesville Help us understand. What's going on with the quarterback position under dan mullen. The most popular player on the team is always the backup quarterback in this particular case. It's understandable backup quarterback at least so far through the first eight quarters of the season. Paul has been pretty phenomenal. I don't really know how else to describe what we've seen from him. And i think the upside that the office might have with him under center now with emory jones. I think there's been a little bit. And i can't put myself in his shoes but i would assume that he's pressing a little bit prints. I remember the first interceptions. He threw it to the left side of fau game. That's just a complete force and there's nothing that would indicate why he should go there. It was a bad decision as bad. Read but i think it was in large part due to the fact that he feels like he needs to make a play because the guy that could potentially take his spot is likely gonna make every single time. He's on the field now. Dan mullen is notoriously loyal. And i think that that's for good reason. The net should give your starting quarterback and awful lot of hope and appreciation. But i think the opportunities to win with richardson at quarterback. This weekend might actually be a little bit higher than that of maybe emory jones. Because i think it takes a super dynamic quarterback play to potentially beat the crimson tide knowing. How good this defenses for alabama knowing how dialed in. They've been at times over the last couple of weeks. The quarterbacks can have to play absolutely out of his mind this weekend and it can be done for sure. We've seen it happen before a lot. Johnny manziel another. But i think that this situation. This matchup is going to require an incredible quarterback performance..

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"awda" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"awda" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"It might be the least surprising surprise announcement of the year. Japan's prime minister yoshihiko suge says that he will not run for re election as party leader later this month that effectively signals the end of subas tenure after being appointed just one year ago following the resignation of shinzo abi and what a year it has been a pandemic an unwanted olympics combined to really make suge one of the most unpopular prime ministers in recent memory. Let's get the latest on this. Now with monaco's tokyo bureau chief and asia editor fiona wilson fiona. Thanks so much for joining us as always. Just tell us first. What exactly did suge say today. When is he going. And what were his reasons. Hi chris well actually. It was a bit unexpected. I mean you're absolutely right at sucres polls have been disastrous dipping thirty percent. That really is the bottom line. I think for japanese prime minister and the feeling was that although he said he was going to stand for reelection and that he would happily run in the leadership election on september. The feeling was that the party heavyweights would just not behind him. And i think it's really been an accumulation over the last few weeks very much. Public has turned against him fed up with these kobe restrictions numbers of being searching here. They weren't happy about the olympics. Being hosted and i think there's just a feeling that he's not really the man for the job right now. He seems to be really lacking energy. He looks very lacking in energy. And i think although he was expressing even yesterday that he was gonna stand. I think today it became clear that the the big guns in the ldp were not behind him and and really that that's a fatal blow any candidate. It is amazing. How quickly this turn as you say. Just yesterday. he was still saying that he would run. But i mean how. How do you feel will be remembered. I mean he has. He say he wasn't certainly the most artful of leaders but he also faced You a series of essentially impossible choices. I mean could anyone else have done better. I mean you absolutely right chris. A terrible time to be a japanese prime minister to be prime prime minister of any country. His i mean he came in after a lengthy period. Shinzo abe as chief cabinet secretary and many people felt. He did that job brilliantly and it turned out that he was really a better right hand man than a leader and i think that's really that's how he'll be remembered as a very effective right hand. Man i think as prime minister he will He will not go down in history very kindly. I think it's been his polls went bad when he came in there. Were high expectations heaping. Seen as this very efficient. A man who with didn't have much charisma but he gets things done and that just hasn't been the case. And i think over the last year we've seen a few really difficult situations with him in terms of promoting the go-to travel campaign encouraging people to travel around japan at the very moment when they really should have been staying home. So i think it's been up and down but he's you know it's it's not going to be a big kind of point in japanese history. I think he will be a footnote so an effective right hand man not so effective prime minister. Who do you expect will take his place in in that sense who could be more effective as prime minister and is there. I mean do you feel. There's now some excitement injected into the campaign around. Who will replace him. I think honestly if it'd been as it was looking yesterday soka really against kishida. Who was foreign minister. He's not very popular among the the public. He's a little bit I hesitate to use sweat boring but judgmental but he doesn't really have the krizner. I think probably to be the leader of japan. And i think one suka stood down. I think suddenly started hid noises from people who do look a bit more interesting. I think chief among those terro- corno he's currently vaccination minister. He's he's overseeing japan's vaccination campaign. He's quite eccentric. He's got a huge twitter following. His people are interested in him. he's an english speaker. He went to georgetown. He's not your usual typical japanese politician. Apart from the fact he is from a political family. Which is i'm afraid to say. Nepotism still rules here in politics and connor is from that multi. Follow the grandfather both politicians. So i think he is at the moment the front runner. He's he is the top choice among the public. When they're polled. He's the one they want. So yeah. I think that is quite exciting. Other people lara are in the ring. Destination sugary sheba. Former defense minister. He's also popular with the public but he's not popular with politics. So i think really Tara conner is looking possible. And i think people have talked about him as a leader for a long time. The timing wasn't right and maybe now his time has come. These family legacies are always interesting. Well we'll be watching closely obviously in the next Few weeks but just finally there is of course some irony that this announcement comes just ahead of the paralympics closing ceremony this weekend. What are you expecting from that. Well now the power and picks closing ceremony will look like i think the paralympics up in pretty subdued. I have to say lots of television coverage which has been great. They've had a very strange ron of whether they had absolutely baking first week. I felt very sorry for ferociously hot and this week. There's been a deluge of rain. So i think they've experienced many seasons in that two weeks And i think really. The olympics have been a big problem for soga and at the opening of the paralympics closing of the olympics. Suka really looking a bit subdued the so hyping. The closing will be good. Japan's done well in the paralympics. Very very well record medal haul all in the olympic so overall pretty good feeling about the paralympics record meadow and maybe who knows suge will be a little bit more relaxed after his announcement on friday. Thanks very much fiona. that was monaco's tokyo bureau. Chief fiona wilson. Now here. is emma searle with the day's other news headlines. Thanks chris. police. New zealand have shot and killed a violent extremist who stabbed and wounded at least six people at a supermarket in auckland. Prime minister cinder awda and said the terrorist attack was carried out by sri lankan national. He was under surveillance. By new zealand's intelligence agencies president emmanuel macron has promised to invest billions of euros in a bid to redevelop the french city of marseille. It comes as a city attempts to slash crime drug trafficking and poverty. 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Terror Suspect Stabs 6 in New Zealand Before Police Shoot Him Down

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Terror Suspect Stabs 6 in New Zealand Before Police Shoot Him Down

"Police. New zealand have shot and killed a violent extremist who stabbed and wounded at least six people at a supermarket in auckland. Prime minister cinder awda and said the terrorist attack was carried out by sri lankan national. He was under surveillance. By new zealand's intelligence

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"awda" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"awda" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Not forgive. We will not forget. We will hunt you down and make you pay. I'm also ordered. Commanders develop operational plans to strike isis k. Assets leadership and facilities. We will respond with force of precision at our time at the place. We choose in a moment of our choosy. So you have it. President joe biden being. We will hunt you down and essentially making plans to effectively. Go back into us ghanistan although maybe not as much as some would like. But i just wanted to get Jank in jordan. Your reactions to to those words and to what's been happening are got serious. Commentary of course is very serious issue. But i'm lining up for roy second by saying every time they say isis think special k So i don't know they got their name. It doesn't sound very medicine. This is the new isis flakes. Okay anyways so The problem here of course is that Cable news is filled with wall to wall with conservatives so the old guard and everybody in washington only watches cable news The rest of us are so frigging frustrated with cable news and the main thing we do is criticize it but in washington there's still demigods. And so when they see all the government officials and all the generals and all the defense contractors all over cable news shaking their finger. Joe does a war day of your project. I'd say more blood war that's why he comes out and says things like this. Is he really going to go back in. I i hope not. will they do special forces drone strikes. Of course they will will. They hit the right people sometimes. Will they hit the wrong people. definitely right. And so that disaster we'll continue usually through drone strikes short. I mean in on that point if you even dare mention that we kill innocent civilians with drone strikes. Lock you up beat. Daniel hill needs freed. Just for speaking truth to that issue. So i also wanna thank fran for even censoring. People who were killed are that are afghans like. That's something you aren't seeing representative in media across the country. It's we have thirteen. Americans die and then a number of afghans purportedly more liberal outlets like buzzfeed. Were just treating them as an afterthought so it's important to center afghan voices in this process. I mean no other network that i could think of has done more to that to that effort than typ arosh aziz awda of afghans better tomorrow has been on three different shows on the network in the past week and a half because they i think they'll progressive independent media at large understands. We should not be listening to the people who got us into this mess. In the first place we need to listen to people who are adversely impacted by our foreign policy and then move forward with a robust reconciliation in aid package to afghans absolutely But as jank mention of course new cons are back at it you know. We thought they were gone. But you know we're zombie. Movie just continues. Its just like hand through soil. Here they come and lawmakers from the far right and also from former republics democratic administrations are speaking out and saying that. Apparently we will not forget or forgive. And we're going to hunt you down. The words of joe biden are not strong enough so here is what mark green had to say representative green and believe on cnn straw man for the taliban but what do you think the us response to this immediately should be. I think the president of the united states to come out and say all bets are off. The.

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"awda" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"awda" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

"A podcasts hotdogs. A sandwich the show we break down. The world's biggest food debates. I'm your host josh air. And i'm your host nicole handy's awda today's special guests and perhaps the keeper of the smoking gun for this mystery actually has a whole smoker in his backyard. It's fellow mcmahon. Rhett read mc lag. Maclagan red maclagan phoolan welcome. Hey you know what you nailed it. I thought so. People say mclaughlin. Mclaughlin as i've heard you pronounce and i was like i don't think that's right. It's mcglaughlin area. What do you call it. Maclagan smoke brands. That i really enjoyed your henderson. Telemarketers like to call me. is josh shredder. Which is way cooler than share. And i think i should keep that. Yeah yeah speaking of shredder. Sometimes they shred of like pork. No god what a terrible on. Trying to work on my segues. Anyway today we are talking about regional barbecue styles. What the best one is right. You obviously grew up in north carolina. Nicole you grew up in what can only be described as the opposite of north carolina. In beverly hills. I'm curious read. We'll we'll start with you. What do you think the best regional barbecue style. We're just gonna stars go small talk small talk. You wanna get another way. i just. This is This is really personal. Knew me because my answer is probably a little unexpected. Not sacrilegious given that. I'm from north carolina and i'm kinda from eastern north carolina at least in terms of the barbecue. That's the way it was served. It was more that eastern style basically whole hog chopped pork with vinegar sauce. Vinegar red pepper. That's all that's in the sauce. No catch up. I really like that very nostalgic. It is not my number one regional barbeque. We were joking. This was a gotcha interview. And we have nothing to gotcha about. This is the gotcha. We've got you my favorite of all. The different styles is actually columbia. South carolina style pork with a mustard sauce. Interesting okay so very nice. You're mentioning north. Carolina is like the ultimate in puritan barbecue. Right it is a whole hog. It is smoked over live fire..

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"awda" Discussed on Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"awda" Discussed on Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

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"awda" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"awda" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Rewards on purchases terms apply learn more at wellsfargo dot com slash. Active cash live from npr news. I'm janine herbst ahead of a possible vote this week senate. Negotiators are still trying to finalize. A bipartisan infrastructure. Plan lead republican negotiators. Senator rob portman says. They're close to a deal with democrats after weekend. Work on the hill with one snag. We have one issue outstanding and We're not getting much Response from the democrats on it. It's about mass transit. Our transit numbers very generous. We increase transit in this proposal. We also increased the formula going forward speaking there on. Abc's this week but portman says the plan is popular with the american people and the us senate house speaker. Nancy pelosi has tapped a second republican congressman to be on the panel investigating the deadly attack on the us. Capital in january led by pro-trump supporters. Congressman adam kin zinger a critic of former president. Donald trump says the issue requires a serious clear eyed nonpartisan approach pelosi already appointed congresswoman. Liz cheney this after the house speaker rejected two of the five republicans house minority leader kevin mccarthy submitted mccarthy then pulled them all the panels. I hearing is on tuesday at the olympics in tokyo. The men's basketball competition has begun with a big upset after france beat the. Us eighty-three seventy six. And here's tom goldman reports. It's the first american law since the two thousand four summer games the us is a team studded with nba stars. But france showed stardom means little compared to cohesive consistent team basketball behind a game high twenty eight points from one of their nba players. Evan formulae of the boston celtics france battle back from several deficits afterwards. Us head coach. Gregg popovich bristled at the idea that his team's defeat was a surprise. That sort of this is. The french team is if we're supposed to beat them by thirty or something. That's a hell of a team and there are others in the olympic tournament. He said noting how the talent gap shrinks every year between. Us basketball and the world. The americans next play. Iran on wednesday tom goldman. Npr news. tokyo. Belgium has been hit by another rash of flooding just over a week. After thirty seven people were killed from brussels teri schultz reports more heavy rain in belgium and more flash floods around the country after a two hour deluge saturday. The mayor of the southern city of numb more told the french daily soi. The situation there is worse than last week. With neighborhoods underwater and families needing evacuation video from the reuters. News agency shows cars and pieces of pavement being swept away by water rushing through the streets in some areas. The high water has caused gas leaks and fires residents are being warned. There are more storms on the way. Environmental experts say such extreme weather events will happen more frequently and be more severe due to the effects of climate change for npr news. I'm teri schultz in brussels. And you're listening to npr. News from washington in israel to airlines launched their first commercial flights between israel and morocco less than a year after the country's officially normalized relations. Israel's tourism minister says the new direct flights will help tourism and trade israel and morocco agreed to normalize relations in late twenty twenty as part of the us brokered abraham accords. Morocco was among four arab nations to establish diplomatic relations with israel. Another possible presidential candidate has been arrested in nicaragua. Making seven such arrests by the government of president daniel ortega in less than two months. Maria martin has more opposition with eater no well without. It was a potential candidate to run against another thing in upcoming november elections. He represents the conservative citizens for liberty party whose roots are in the contra movement of the nineteen eighties that attempted to overthrow the revolutionary said the needs to government then also headed by that naylor. Dig up the. Us state department has condemned without arrest as well as the detention of political commentator. High awda yano. The european union says it's quote inconceivable. That anything we sibling democratic competition can take place during november elections. The ortega government accuses more than thirty detained opponents of crimes against the state for npr news. I'm maria martin. A bus crash in croatia has left at least ten people dead. Dozens injured police say. The driver apparently fell asleep and swerved off the highway. I'm janine herbst and you're listening to npr news..

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"awda" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"awda" Discussed on Hustleshare

"But yes. I am now feeling better. I thought i had kobe. I go with. it's just sip one. I'm hearing too much about again. I'm i'm glad to be here with you today. Because we have a very very special guests suggested are very good friend. Mr marc kooyman of pox smart capital again. Let's welcome send your christian muna's ds house nice. Wow what a welcome i say again. I've been watching a little bit of narcos the lately so my my spanish is still on point. So it's really good christian. Welcome to the show to be here. Man finally finally sorry again so. Let's just ride. Tried to record this a couple of days ago but i my big nose was stuffed with things that are not supposed to be there so i had to take a pause. Finally got this again. We're very very happy to have you here. But before i get carried away send yar mia ego. I need to ask you the million dollar question. Christiane what's your hustle by hustle. So out say that is the constant pursuer five learning experiences culture just meeting new people being in different places Filling out of my own person at the end. That's my hustle. And that's what has built me as an entrepreneur. And that's why i'm an entrepreneur. You get to do a lot of things you get to be put out of your comfort zone and quite often. So i guess that's that's my hustle. That is amazing. But before i get carried me i need y'all to buckle up my matt we're going to have to ride the hustle shared time machine all right. We're back in latin america. Though i understand brian or to you becoming you know part of raipur startup house right. And i want to understand. What was it like. Growing up in costa rica. So yeah i mean. I think costumes threatened like the philippines and every latin culture. We kind of have like a similar sort of like like like the spanish was part of us. We have strong american influence going back to the time. Machine like yeah. I grew up in costa rica in the eighties. Then you know family. Middle-class berry berry like routed into the latin culture like family-oriented like bigger. Emily similar to the philippines on my mom's side. We have eleven brothers and sisters and my so. Yeah similar to what a filipino family. It looks like it was like you know like my family and like christmas. So is crazy. There's so many many people it's been hard to remember the names when have girlfriend or somebody that comes to these need to my whole family's is always an adventure just for context like growing up was very similar in terms of culture to the philippines philippines. Remind me a lot of growing up in costa rica. david my smell load of that. Obviously like you know way. More modern and i think some challenges the philippines experienced and the cultural mindset is thinks that have been miami no for me growing up in in costa rica. What would those be in terms of like the challenges because again we're both spanish colonies at one point heavy spanish influence and yes. We tend to have big families and extended families. That eventually does is that it allows us to be really competitive at an early age because resources are scarce. We have the hustle. And you know if you said that it's gonna come from a middle class family regardless of how tight that family is. You also have to compete. For your own you know spot of the totem pole per se. Yeah yeah absolutely so. So i think some of the things that i feel like it's will culturally just touch a little bit about my similarities for the philippines but i think also like there's some sort of sense about my fascination or that kind of like the mindset of like we were at some point colonized so there's that image of like everything there is foreign. It's better some point and nineteen. That's something i think. Costa rica was more towards that direction. He has changed. Or maybe i have changed and like my stoop rasheed more of like the the things that makes a special and i think the philippines is going through that transition. I had. When i thought the younger people i see it on the eco-system the startup seen as the entrepreneurs in a lotta people going back to the philippines naturally seen by the rousson opportunity So i think in that sense very similar. But i feel like in. Costa rica happened not earlier. And now i see it in the philippines and it's very exciting very promising a you know. I just see all the things that has to an. I'm very excited. That we're part of that draper setup house and like that was the thing said drove me. When we were looking for for a place to set up in our house for entrepreneurs. He wasn't a took me quite some time but but yeah. I mean going back to those regions of costa rican like the philippines. I shook very connected to the philippines. Even the were so far away of the you know. I i looked filipino. Like people are talking for peanuts. I need to philipino skills. You guys speak better english than myself. So it's hard for me to learn filipino. You know so but yeah now hopefully when i. I'm actually right now in costa rica. But i hope planning to be back a couple of months. So that's one of my targets. Those learning more of a language and get to really know more about the culture. I feel like the languages sperry important portland absolutely but other than you know the culture being set. It's larry so the adaptation that you did with a year eventually went here. I went understand. What's your first exposure to your hustle or to do entrepreneurship as a lot of the early. Hustles you did also still happen in costa rica when you were there. I wanna understand what those first hostels that you did. And what were your early influences. Overlake previous bosses are mentors. You've had before that really let an indelible mark into what you do now. 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"awda" Discussed on The Faithful Fangirl

The Faithful Fangirl

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"awda" Discussed on The Faithful Fangirl

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"awda" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"awda" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"awda" Discussed on The TFL Podcast

The TFL Podcast

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"awda" Discussed on The TFL Podcast

"Six four among one james to have this one. Yeah let's say let's you in the showing her the green dacca's it. That's the essence. His lana so i brought his lap when his song so he generates jenkins joins us sitting on bench. Deeks ship in the starting lineup by week. Said it's not a good start now. We can't gifting fraud friends of free. We know that's right. It's gonna always suggested this point if there are if they're a ball weights not being cloud at this point in the season that had to be sanctions at some point and he's positionally would have to be looked at. It would have to be looked at. I think that's a good point. You raised during nothing. Everything's ministry that needs to come greg. Whiteside coast spa year after year. Now in sitting we say things like the seniors now we we give them a riveting every now and then struts. I wanted to world war. I daren't decision as a decision. Julio jones on your on your view exactly i'm sad seeks and then i can throw perriman in paris against ozzy absolutely And the jets three and a great connection last week anyway prince once again Look at zone once again. I think as may unless makes another blank and gio benitez with spot against washington Round josh has been interesting. one for friday Very frustrated meeting. it's crow. join killing it. Yeah ron last week. I mean some upside. There's a lot of moving pieces in that back view. You don't aaron skin do no. It's it's again one of us wants wail. Happy is not what problem. And i'd be looking to sell high after last week. The also to try to. But we try deadlines finish. Didn't it is. It's gone through. Unless i feel like was awake early to be honest when it comes they use craig's on your side while outset so we rains then curling a bit argue about how you need as well Friday france going to renew joy yet. I'd like to think that team and been since his team. This much johnson The eighty boys can have that wants to show all right match matchup of the rounds dropping the newboy ager he's taking on such a dam and it's It started any vegas. While dummy won't stain. If germany just get back on the puck yes on that he's got he's got have a good course towards appliance. That's the case. I can plug it diamond harris to get good at him against houston. Yeah just gashed them. Last week on a radio on. Paul run day fed so years made bad so yes awda that yeah and guess lockets got a bit of a question mark games. Well a think karaoke Said that will play against arizona mass gang tomorrow. I'm looking play. It was an awesome match up yet. I'm just ready to ralph next one. Yeah that's dan patrick funds. Her spin surprising us. He's really solid Lackey's browns his bench as should be. Potentially you could months now so bad loss. Five weeks just snuck out. That's it the writings of just chinese offense knowing once been really really awful. Rice must last year. The shaw lately. What do you think you taught in. Austin hooper at the browns Spreads socks just not they. It's just not there again They don't possible nearly enough. But when i saw the blood to a record contract in the offseason for tolliday shame you're gonna use him And then just not coming back. So i think that maybe union smashed so reaching out. It's been a trend. I is that none really nice shake and the rest of being relatively low aspect hospitable looking at these things. Who do you think's gonna win. I think that's got ta. Yes we dance john. Think they're all gonna i'll. I'll probably agreed up. Dan just with a little bit of an advantage. Main layer inflict sees look a little bit of a luxury item on And sammy watkins. Lamis flexes a rule loose cannon. We're going to get from him and haven't for the last five to six years. Let's it breaks us. Doing the matchups listening. Stop that maybe you in. Your leagues on facing is wrong. It's yeah we pleasure. My thanks for having me and i do the man or the past. You can get back in the game. That's what we're going to leave with and we'll catch..

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"awda" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast

Liberaleren Podcast

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"awda" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast

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"awda" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"awda" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"It's A. It's a a symbol to trigger and be ancestral Indian digits. Being that we are in backed structured water with our sales are bricks ourselves our foundational building elements and NBC. Sales is fluid This fluid is a form of water. When that water is structured improperly niggers know. What the result is cancer? We know what we talk about unstructured water a lot or missed structured. Water a lot in terms of sickness and disease yet. We need to have the conversation around. What is what is the proper structuring of water. Look like it. Looks like a healthy vibrant radiant body. It looks like cells that on a maddock Andrea level. You know what I'm saying Say Vibrant the vibrancy the electricity the potency of the sale will bats based on a certain kind of help best based on a certain type of water being structured through minerals being structured through thoughts in a certain kind of way so our bodies on a cellular level is water structure. This is water structure and it's time for us to to have a deeper more comprehensive conversations on the importance of water. Because it's more about like Yummy. If you know if you know a kid the you already know you by the catch a gallon of water day conversation at least at least the gallon the water hus- triple at the same time. Why though why is water soil or because our water in a certain kind of divine way why is clean blood so important because our blood is a certain type of water so right so that's that that's that should structure water and you get all that just just by listening to that new coach all you gotTa do it? Listen to the album and your whole ship all your DNA. You know what I'm saying. Awda Is going to be triggered it activated and and that's the point me US using ener- payment to bring this magic to our people So that we were hitting on an emotional level. We're here knuckles on on the at the astro level. And then we let that dude arrest your you know you know how we get down. Bro. I could sit here and talk to you but we gotta a week. We limited to our time man. We we Over Sturgeon. I'm sick right now. Broke right row. Appreciate you got it man threefold astro. Y'All whenever you ask me man you already know right there right there. We have seen a real guy body for coming on Bro. Given nutshell time broke. His time is literally be most important thing that we have in this physical round. Bro Is our time if your time. That's like some real important intimacy up. Rosa we appreciate you know appreciate high you put our city. Robart people for the changed as going on as very real present. Intangible right I we appreciate you broke as you. Just.

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"awda" Discussed on Your Spinout is Gorgeous

Your Spinout is Gorgeous

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"awda" Discussed on Your Spinout is Gorgeous

"So happy to have you here and talk about some places where we connect. I just love your story and I mean you know the ethos of the podcast the spin out and I'm sure you've had more than the ones I know about but yeah take us back to get. The floor is yours. Maybe just start right at teen pregnancy on my God. What a place to start right. Well I mean I think back to some of the conversations that we've had and when this the concept of teen pregnancy and all of the things that we can infer about like what that means and how that happens and what you know society says about and what research says about all of that but my story is that you know. I'm growing up in this world community and I'm feeling like I can't wait to get out of that place very high achieving I've got good grades. I'm in the you know elite choir. I Dancing at a really advanced level. I'm a high school cheerleader. I am in the drama club. I'm doing all these things. My future is so bright and I have a boyfriend. I think is really great. But he's a little too old for me and I think that you know. We got sexton he expects out of me and so you know I'm going to be smart about it because I'm smart and we Have protected sex all but of course the story goes you know one or two times and I find out that I'm pregnant A devastating so you were remind me sixteen seventy six fifteen so young because I have a fifteen year old and you have a fourteen like a mountain. I can't I just be babies route navy. Yeah and this is a conservative like community Mormon community like I grew up in And so you must anyone's already going to be shitting themselves to tell their parents but there's different grades of parents who would receive this news. Yours is probably on the more harsh end of that spectrum. You know it. It was a rough and part of the story You know I like a little reluctant to bring up because there's been a lot of mending but it's really a like a story and betrayal to and had a very closest girlfriend who You know we've been best friends since we were literally seven years old. She was the only person that I told. I'm so scared. I don't know what to do like I just need support. I just need you to know what's going on. I need to figure out how to tell my parents and she chose to tell her boyfriend. Tell our friend and so the way that my parents don't out was that my grandmother's nail ladies told her and my grandmother told my dad my dad or my mom and my mom laid in bed and cried that with the door shut or days and my dad confronted me and like that. How does how I was found out? How how you even begin to process that at that age the pregnancy alone but then containing everyone's reactions and then of course the betrayals in your friend. Your friendships were already going to suffer. Most like we did add insult engineer. That's crazy and discourage for morning sickness in high school like showing in high school. I have to tell you this you get. How do the you know voted most likely to whatever I the time I must have been like a budding therapist or someone was playing like a very very joke but I was voted my senior year as deepest thinker and there is a photo of me and the High School Yearbook with my handwriting on my baby bug and I'm thinking Oh my God hysterical deeply about that one. But that's funny. Well you clearly were and you. I mean for being a teen mom whatever that means in our culture you had a head on your shoulders and you progress from there. I mean impr- must have lived into rural community. Most of them like don't they go to. Awda teen mom high school where they get to be sheltered from all of the shame. Not You get those kind of luxuries. I mean you do. I had the school administration. They tried to get me to go to what was called the alternative high school where the pregnant moms go to hide their shame but I had I had classes. I wanted to take and I couldn't access those things unless I went to high school. So Those those things are still really important to me so I I kinda like fought against the establishment to stay in mainstream school and continue my education from that perspective. So there I mean. There's a lot of Efforts to try to get me to kind of crawl in hall right. I actually love grated. That that's the one in the light sight of it. It's there than there together and they can bond with each other about where their lives go from here. I don't know what what's on the mind of the pregnant young team. But if there's some residents they can have together that's on the light side of it but yes you're tapping into the shadow side of. Ah that yes. They're meant to go away from the rest of the good people who lives are on track for all their college sports streams and whatever there but I love I mean God. You're grounded bitch then and now I under I every day every new and what was funny is Talk with you. The other day we overlapped in college. We're the same age and graduated the same year and we were both at Utah State in nineteen ninety nine to two one And so I loved your stories about being in college as a mother of a toddler. And the way you were it it still followed you. Can you speak to that? What Fair. Yeah Yeah when? I was so excited to go to college because I felt like it was a place where I could go and Pretend like I was someone else really pretend like that was the version of myself that existed before I became pregnant teens and that base with so sacred and there were little reminders Throughout that time that know I couldn't live on campus. I couldn't be in a they couldn't audition for things that maybe I wanted to But it was a place where I could go and I could be a college kid. I could just maybe try to blend in and be like everyone L. and That was really sacred to me and I had made a friend Who she had some connection to my school in my passive so she was aware I had a baby but You know she just kind of one person that is connected to and that was fine. I can still go and have my call his wife and have her know what was going on at home. It wasn't something that I was attempting to keep a secret. It's just something I didn't really WanNa be part of my college experience and we had a class that we had taken where we had a group project we had to like. Get together with them. 'cause we didn't know and there were three girls that were avatar group Two of them were like some thirty girls and another one. Was this like a hipster before hipsters. We're called hipsters very cool and like whatever and We had to do group projects but we were supposed to get together on the weekend to to do that and I couldn't. I had to stay home and take care of my baby inside us without disclosing the Buffalo. I need do if I could have an assignment That I could do a home. He'll contribute to the group but I just couldn't make it in there for the weekend and so I did that. I came back to school the following week and this hipster girl comes up to me and said Hey. I I think you should know something. Weird kind of happens when we had met together for our project and I I remember thinking like okay. I couldn't even imagine what that might be as you said. Yeah your friends like I. I know that she's supposed to be your friends. But we were sitting there talking about what components we were going to do and and she just blurted out. Well others not here. It's because she was. She's a pregnant teen. She's have to stay home and take care of her baby and I just like thought like I would out it. She's just like I think you should know I. I don't know what you know how you feel about her as a friend so grateful to this girl for telling me 'cause I mean. There was no reason that she would need to had to. But I just I felt like I was just out at like so exposed that my my little world that I created for myself was no longer protected and I mean it rocked. My world wake could just feel like there was no safe space for me to be. Yeah I realize this. What life is like moments where we're totally meant to feel? The weight of our choices vary shea me way right. I mean we could tank of lots of people very obviously who've gone through this if you identify as a different gender than the one you were born with or you might happen to be gay when that's not accepted in your family or leaving church like I have you done. Whatever it is that is like you are meant to feel shame for this which is such gotta be such a weird moment when all of those things we have to make peace for in out inside of our own bubble and yet here at other people are pulling us into their bubbles of how we're supposed to view our own lives berry that it'd be very odd but from there. I love where you took it because I mean you tell the story start to just five is not going to happen. Yeah you know I I just like I said I was so devastated and I just thought like I can't. I can't be walking around in my life and in my world just feeling afraid of people knowing about the part of me because it's not going away obviously like I am going to be a mother and people aren't going to say things like Oh you're young to be a mom like oh wow. How old were you when you had her please? I just knew that these things continue to calm and I I knew that I couldn't. I had to find a way to cross us. Shame to to not crawl in the hall and to feel like it could be just part a component of who I am because it is part of my story now and it's a really significant part of my story and so. I just tried to think to myself. How can I do that? How can I do.

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"awda" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

15:24 min | 2 years ago

"awda" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"I was wearing a buddy holly t-shirt Because the Buddy Holly Story with Gary Busey had been released and I had just gone to a premiere or a movie. Yeah and and Bruce was a big fan of buddy holly and he. It's a big fan of Boolean at. That's why Philadelphia he brought GARY UC up on stage with him He commented on my shirt and Max looked at pretty said you went. I think I think that Bruce really like that shirt. So that's what I did. I gave the gave the shirt off my back that his greatness. Wow that is cool story. Yeah that would that is wonderful. How many times have you seen him? Total perform can't give you an exact number but I would say it certainly between ninety nine hundred so as I mentioned to you a glass track Bruce between seventy six seventy seven and the truth be told I of of course boarding the USA. But I didn't see any of the shows on the reunion tour which is something that I regret date is on my regret regret list as well just because life being the way it was just as a side note in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine? What became your day job something that until doing today? Today I worked for a small communications company. Montreal mostly work in the production end of things. Our clients include who does some of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the US For instance like Pfizer. Each talk about your book or books. Why did you sign to do this? GimMe kind of the your origin story of why you decided to publish a book in in Canada that tail okay so As in your production you reference books so yes I've done published. I'm another author a lot of times I get mistakenly referred to as an author a letter writer. I was a photographer. But I am the publisher and publish two books on Bruce. The first one called for you and the actual full name that look everyone. Although we all referred to has for you is for you original stories and photographs by Bruce Springsteen's legendary fans. That's the the the full title That book was published in Two Thousand and seven and very limited edition so rolling talking just under under three thousand books hardcover but by two thousand eight. It was sold out the reason that I did that. Boca's because I felt that the the the springsteen audience the fan the community springsteen fan community needed a touchstone be able to relate their stories their contact with Bruce. I mean Bruce Unlike most artists there's no wall between Bruce and his and his fan base is fine community and this is this is demonstrated the day after day tour after tour year after year. Not only during the concerts when he allows himself to be woodsmen Stewart. I'm looking for where where he lies down in people move him through the audience. Right going crowdsurfing crowdsurfing exactly. I mean that was himself to be crowd surfed to the to the time when he does everyone to you know when Eli fans the Plays Guitar when he brings up you know. Eight and ten year olds sang songs with him and and and squeeze the sponges of water on his face. Get his soldiers no wall and let's face it. He's walking down the boardwalk and he picks up a guitar and he started serenading newly engaged. Couple he gets on stage at the Stone Pony so everyone has a story. I mean we all have stories and this is what I'm doing now. I'm telling you my story Fried Moist story was that I loved Bruce From the release said well the mid seventies and I was a photographer and I want I knew that. A lot of fans had photograph Bruce in the early seventies mid seventies and they had negatives and slides and images buried away in shoe boxes MHM In their attic in their parents hall. And I wanted to bring all of those things those hidden treasures into a book with people stories. And allow that to get out you know to the springsteen community and that's what I did I spent a long Awda time. You asked a lot of money. Because it was self published it was had to distribute myself and every minute was worth it. Because does the community was extremely extremely generous with someone who they didn't know was so here they are submitting their photographs. Their original negatives for me to work with And their stories and there were a lot of doubters oughta people wrote about it saying you know we hear this guy's putting together this book we don't know if it's ever gonNA come a be careful wherever and ultimately it did while I you know. There's four copies available on Amazon. The cheapest is three hundred and forty eight dollars and fifty cents and the there are two Going going up to four hundred ninety nine dollars. so yes it is certainly A collector's edition It looks folks. The cover looks beautiful and once again. This is what when I've done a couple of podcast asked I. I do a castle podcast. I do Dr. WHO bought gas? I am passionate about A LOT OF TV shows. I watch and I visit but I really did. Ah I went to our PODCAST leader and I said I just WanNa do springsteen podcast because I think and I guess maybe maybe I'm just biased. But I believe that springsteen's fans are the closest. Everything is the grateful dead right. This there is such such a community and such a caring of each other and so many great stories. I just think this would be an interesting podcast than rob was like. Hey you're passionate about it go for it and so far I've gotten great response and I'm so humbled that so many people want to talk to me so it sounds like a lot. That's what you did with the book you just. I want to have this collection for fans exactly as beautiful. It's exactly what I did. And and and let's face it Jesse. Everybody everything that you will interview will be biased. Yes it's yeah. Ah It's true If I might say just add one little thing of the book so the book as I mentioned has been sold out since two thousand eight eight since two thousand and I'd say ten for the last five years I've been raffling off a brand new when I say brand new this from the first printing I saved about twenty five copies of the The the the the Hardcover Book for You Save Twenty Five of those specifically to able to raffle those off for different charities and institutions and things like that and I've done so over the years and raised the old just about over four thousand dollars And I do that twice a year I do it in September in April. And it's any of your listeners. Listeners are interested to concertedly. Go to the lake That you're going to provide you on the show to to Uh either book because I still have a a website for the original book which is just for you Bruce Dot Com and the the other on the darkness tour We we post information on that. So that'll that'll be coming up. In April of twenty sixteen so if anyone is still looking to win in a book for that not having to pay the three hundred forty five dollars USD surprise me by the way I mean I know. Sometimes the books appear on On Ebay but I didn't know that there were a few available right now and the the most I've ever seen one Go for it was about three forty three fifty. Yeah but there are. There are four on Amazon. They're all from third party dealers. Chris and You know there is one for four ninety nine and The light in darkness There's eleven used. Most inexpensive is fifty six bucks but most are more in the Ninety to one hundred and none of them are new. Okay so then your listeners can can can take advantage of the very few that are left. Have the new. And and if they order them if they so desire and they want me to sign the book. I'm glad to do that absolutely and yeah I will get that blink. I certainly urge everyone to go Check out the book page and I know that I'm going to mention to my wife that this the light and darkness would be a great Christmas gift to go with me along with Bruce's new box set So that is amazing. That looks wonderful. Is there any specific. We're going to kind of come up soon. But is there any specific bruce songs that speak to you. They have a personal meaning to you. That you've used either during a celebration part of your life or a tough part of your life. My two favorite songs are from the darkness album I remember badlands ends. Buffalo may have seventy Gal. I show since. Let's say threw off the shackles of the restraining restrictions. Ryan Clark where he couldn't record he could play in. That's why he was able to do the chicken scratch tour and the other one. I mean. That's how you know. That's how he made made a living yet to make money. He had to pay his band. Great history banned but badlands. You know what I mean. He was fitting that hung out. It was so defined. It was so like you know it finally gained back by freedom. Yeah and I mean you know you could see the veins in his neck bursting he he was just on a mission and you could see. I mean You can see that he was ready to take the audience with him You know whether who would you know basically whether it was going to kill him and his audience as well. So that's that's a song that I relate to all the time I mean badlands. I mean I think take. That song is a song that he performs just about every concert on tour. I believe that's one of the top ones the other song which I was fortunate enough to see him perform With the extended extended intro Again after all those years was proven all night again. I I believe a defiant song. The song that the it's actually Tucson's because if you listen to the intro. It's it's it's beautifully intro. I mean it's it doesn't foretell anything. Think of what's about to come when when you know when he gets into the crouched and and just get into that Guitar Solo. I mean that that is something that is very special so those two songs really speak to me have over the years. They're absolutely my favorite you know. Even though I've heard it you know I've seen ninety two hundred shows. I've heard it ninety two hundred times four in Tehran still. You cannot the the the urged fist pump to sing along to feel. You know this is this is. This is the Bruce Fan community. All you know as one and you know I mean I I find those songs extremely extremely compelling to listen to you even even now you know and you know some people you might be fed up with ever have hope that the Lord let's say satiric songs or maybe not not as popular songs You know get played but I have to say that during those three songs if while for sure we always hear a badlands. Always you're born to run not always prove it all night right So one other song that will throw to you I think that's A bit appropriate drive at all night. Yes sorry drive all night all night them. That song again played beautifully. I mean remember Version of it from Florida with Bringing on Clarence and my Miami Steve and That that version really really just hits home with me you know something very different than than go up tempo. Som- something that you know shows Bruce as a writer of love songs get as as a writer of songs the almost like a ballot. You know something that something that you know is is longer. It's something that extends and you know those three or four songs I guess or at the top of wireless all the time. So if he tours in two thousand sixteen and A. There's rumors that it's going to happen. is there anything you want to hear if you get to see him live you know..

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"awda" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

06:21 min | 3 years ago

"awda" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"What's up. Seeing toxicology reports confirmed Joe ching-kuei dot as a result of his fixation nation while under the influence of Heroin Entry Hypno- both of which were spiritually depressants the typical concentration of heroin. fant in the buddy of an overdose victim was between zero point two and zero point five milligrams per Lleida and the amand. Joe System was zero point six seven milligrams James Polk later the police as the Joe's Daley clan and discovered. He had entered an appointment for two PM on Monday October. Twenty seven two days after the Second Dinner Party which read get ready to move he had drawn an Arrow to six. PM running alongside at move urgent today. When the Ching quays visited Joe's House following his death that were able to find any of his luggage this this coupled with the Dari entry led them to believe that Joe had intended to leave? A new police executed a search warrant at the home of news. He's best friend Mahdavi Rail in her bedroom I found a packet. Every hypno- used serene packs alcohol swabs and several pamphlets blitz about drugs veins and auguries day. Also fan to news torn up Dora. In her rubbish being Mahdavi was taken to the police station and for her involvement in the Koran was also charged with the murder of judging quay along with attempted murder unlawful and felonious Nia slang and administering stupefying drug in response to the charges. Mahdavi said tried at every each stage to intercede three days later her parents secured her one hundred thousand dollars bail and she was released on the condition that she remained under their supervision. At their home in Sydney anew and D'Amato v was scheduled to be trod together a year light up with a new held in custody while awaiting trial from the remind Cinta where she was incarcerated. She phoned a friend and requested. Hey bring her role. The relevant Kevin Hardcore cases where the defendant had successfully pleaded not guilty due to reasons of insanity did you does joint trial. L. Commenced a camper supreme court on Tuesday October six nineteen ninety eight before justice. Ken Crispin a new pleaded not guilty to the judge Moda for Raisin of diminished responsibility. This meant she accepted. She had broken the law but should not be held. Criminally liable has been mental. Mental functioning was impaired when the crime occurred she claimed she was suffering from untreated borderline personality disorder and major depressive disorder which was characterized by self destructive behavior explosive Anga self-harm distorted self-image on stable relationships fear of abandonment chronic feelings of emptiness and having a false sense of reality the friend who had supplied anew with the heroin and she used to kill. Joe was granted immunity in exchange for providing evidence against the two accused in court. Numerous witnesses testified to knowing ETA news plans to carry out mode a suicide and said that Mahdavi had assisted her defense thing trump to us as admissions against the witnesses businesses by questioning. Why didn't intervene and too many struggle to offer an explanation during the fourth wake the trial and became apparent to justice crispin? That the evidence accumulating against the new which luckily coors unfair prejudice against her co-accused he terminated the proceedings ordering a new and D'Amato v to face separate trials that alighted date the prosecution then offered a new the option of pleading guilty to manslaughter in exchange for reduced sentence but she refused maintaining her innocence. mm-hmm while awaiting a second trial a letter written by new was seized from Laka it began. I have decided to rot. Dan had this happened to get clear in online Dole Sir. She went on to describe all of the events that led to Joe's death starting. I'm from when she and Mahdavi visited the library to photocopy information about suicide. What she said she had initially intended to win her own law but after reading stories about partners who remarried a year or two after the suicide of a loved one she decided it was only fair that Joe die with her from then oh she thought about was death? The new road did not think at the time that these friends of mine were helping me to die. Didn't stop and think then that Joe was helping me to live no. I felt compelled to do it because I thought everyone was against me and only cared if Joe Dod not then. I wasn't sure whether to call the ambulance because Mahdavi said if you call the ambulance he will leave you and put you in an institution in another letter addressed to her mother and New Road road. The most wonderful man in the world loved me so much would have made a perfect husband and father ruined perfect. Perfect love ruined. No everyone is better off than May when I had all a everyone is laughing at me now because of my own Awda Stupidity and selfishness. You must stop preparing for my death now. My Life Zyppah on made the wrong choice when so so many others were available at the time were to withdraw as rather than judge should have protected him and worked with him now so many lives are ruined. I wish they druggies. Were dead and not Joe..

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"awda" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

13:45 min | 3 years ago

"awda" Discussed on PRI's The World

"The leader of Isis is dead online jihadi chat rooms is followers doing revenge we already seeing wave of messages calling point site men calling for tax calling for tech with prices and suicide I wish that there is an element of risk comes with that and Congo music from Belize it's part Fungus Delic part Casey and the Sunshine Band listen to the music you will do the cool news exam. The innovation known as Congo I'm Marco Werman those stories and more today here on the world I'm Marco Werman this is the world You've you've heard the news after five year manhunt. US commanders killed the world's most wanted man Abubaker al-Baghdadi the leader of the Islamic state or Isis Kasama bin Laden was killed by American Special Forces his body was quickly buried at sea this afternoon General Mark Milley chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff was asked what happened to the Isis is leaders remains is his remains were disposed of appropriately in accordance with recipes in accordance with the large lump conflict. SAP's that's standard operating procedures Millie also said that the special forces captured two men of the compound and that both are now in US custody milly also asked the location in Syria where Baghdadi died what's his headquarters and how much intelligence material was gathered at the site by US forces there was material taken away. I I don't WanNa characterize exactly what or how much yet until it gets exploited properly but as a matter of course we always do sensitive site exploitation on any objective anywhere to do that as Parts is headquarters it was an area in which he was staying on a consistent basis US intelligence officers will now be analyzing the information listen they recovered but what does isis saying about the death of its leader with more on that here's the world Sharon Jafari Saturday night as yours forces aided back Daddy's compound in northwest Syria local social media accounts lit up it seems to be different than the usual as strikes the US ducks I mean it was Involving helicopters much more extensive use of force so clearly there was some very high value targets who was being hunted down Tameemi is an expert on the Islamic state based in the UK his these days Isis supporters are mostly active on a smartphone APP cold telegram and in the hours that followed the US raid in Syria pro isis telegram channels dismissed the idea that Abu Bark at Buckner Eddie had been killed they have heard these reports before in the past Buck Daddy's death was falsely reported in Iranian Syrian Iraqi and Russian media outlets so this time isis supporters seemed to be waiting it out Iran's Zilin is with the Washington Institute for Near East Policy see in the hours that followed the rate then was following Isis Charter online closely much of it's just sort of small messages being like Russian believe the coup far media infidel media they're always lying in there's Def- disinformation last night the United States brought the world's number one terrorist leader to justice after trump made that announcement on Sunday morning Zillah noticed a shift in messages. from Isis I think that they started to internalize things more and then shifted the message more to honoring Baghdadi as the Calif resurrecting the Calif as well as the fact that you know this movement will continue to go on whether he is alive or dead because this isn't a movement of leaders this movement of ideas a broader project so far there has been no official statement about Baghdad is death on the group's official media channels then says the group's leaders we want to very I te Baghdad his death independently and he says they will want to come up with the right messaging one of the things to remember about Isis is the fact that you know the whole media messaging propaganda game is so important for them they see it as just as important as the fighting on the ground. You're hired is a researcher with the Middle East media research institute since news broke of back that instead he has noticed that's some isis supporters have been renewing their allegiance to the group online right it's a statement is like a one paragraph his statement that has been circulating since the emergence of Isis but man sources rival extremists groups like al-Qaeda also seem to be taking advantage of this moment some of al-Qaeda supporters are saying well now about about he has done a lot of damage to Jihad movement around the world and has sewn like discord between Jihadi groups so they're calling on Isis fighters now to join al-Qaeda Ayman al-temimi the researcher says he's keeping a close eye on the official isis channels to see how they handle the news of back that is death today announce it as a simple news item that they put out or they gonNa put it in the newsletter in the about weekly newsletter like being glued constant lead the national news channels waiting when will the announcement canals experts say it's not unusual for extremist groups to take a few days to confirm the death author leaders are God that took four days to announce the death of Osama bin Laden in two thousand eleven it might take Isis even longer given that the group has lost most of his territory thousands of its fighters and now it's founder and the other for the world I'm sharing Jafari for more on this we reached out Rita Katz who directs the site Intelligence Group site is an organization that tracks and analyzes the online activity of extremist communities around the world cat says she seeing lots of talk and online jihadi chatrooms calling for retaliation for Baghdad his death we already seeing wave of messages calling for attacks calling for sacrifices and suicide operations despite the fact that they still don't believe the news but if Apple Buckled Bughdadi did in his suicide vest and carried out a suicide operation they should all do the same I think what we will be seeing a future and even after that is a wave of incitement against the west mainly will be focused at least the beginning mink on American targets not only in the US but any American targets interests around the world for your was going to ask you about that sometimes the the reaction can be very specific are there details being sent out to followers about how to actually stayed reprisal attacks yes absolutely I said has already prepared menus and instructions and articles on how to carry out these attacks so right now is the perfect time for that them to circulate all these publications that they're already ready to go in various languages and that's what we are seeing also along with pictures Doggett and incitements for specifics targets especially in the United States Rita what sort of talk are you hearing online and elsewhere are about a successor to Bughdadi as of now I says did not issue anything not confirmation and obviously not a replacement however important to mention that when it comes to the online military claims and operation I said currently operating as nothing happened claims for attacks in Syria Iraq Afghanistan and other locations continue to come as usual I believe that we will see a statement in the next few days not sure if that's specific statement will also provide already the name of the successor I believe that the successor was already nominated by the Goop who has to be somebody from the descent of the official comment if they want to continue claiming the caliphate so US officials say the mission targeting Baghdadi started in its planning stages about five months ago that's about the time when Baghdad his last video was published his first five years do you think that's relevant Raider I believe that it's not a coup in accident we have seen events in the past that the release by ahead of the group that has not been seen for years actually instigate the opening providing new information for an ongoing investigation. Look I don't know if you remember when so called sollozzo call we was killed was the head of basically isis before it became the let me stay he was killed month after he appeared in video for the first time not disguised and so based on that information the US government was able to reach and find his location and kill him it sounds pretty interesting that five months ago the investigation started in which is five months ago was the first time that we got to see Baghdadi in the new video really an apple after nine had seen him in any video for five years since the announcement and since his famous before this sermon the Muskie missile do you think there was some Meta data in that video that helped this mission I believe that that video was analyzed in a way that we can't even under- take the type of technology can be put into it but absolutely I'm sure that American intelligence and other intelligence great interest in everything that they could find from that video readykids with the site intelligence group thank you for being with us today and explaining this thank you and now we've come to that point in the show or return our attention to goodall brexit and when I say old I'm talking three and a half years since the vote happened and now we're just three days away from the deadline for the UK to get out of Europe for months British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been treating Halloween as a hard and fast deadline I'd rather be dead ditch come out to the EU type of the ninety five nine months or buts we are coming out of the EU on October the thirty first come what may today the e. you said what's three more months to sort things out that's not what Johnson wanted but he took the extension and blamed parliament the electorate will I'm afraid you have a sense that there were all like Charlie Brown endlessly running up to kick the ball only to have parliament take it away bowl away yet again Johnson called for a general election on December twelve he's gambling that a new parliament will give him the majority he needs to push through his version of it exit but this evening in London parliament said no to Johnson's idea and so the future of brexit remains uncertain yet again but there is one thing we do know British House of Commons will be a less colorful place after Thursday when this man surrenders the gavel the right Awda Speaker of parliament John Berko he of the booming chastising calls to all the order Berko steps down as speaker on Thursday depriving parliament Here's of moments like this irritating the Honorable Gentlemen maybe to government back pain shows he has a right to be heard yeah we'll miss that the next speaker of parliament will be chosen then on Monday last month we told you the story of an elderly woman in northern France for years she had a religious painting hanging over the hot plate in her kitchen. roughly eight by ten inch painting of Christ like figure surrounded by a jeering crowd the woman did not think the weathered crack piece was worth much she was about to lookit until an auctioneer advised her to have it evaluated first wise move turns out it was an eight hundred year old long-lost masterpiece by the Florentine artist Jim a boy only about ten of his own works still exist it was valued at wait for it six point five million dollars this weekend it sold for four four times at an anonymous buyer paid over twenty six million dollars domestically colon is the head at Assadang Auction House the painting was sold he spoke through an interpreter happy but to finish at more than twenty four million euros is more than we have dreamed of the Auction House says a sale marks a new world record for a mediaeval pending so old at auction.

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8-Year-Old Girl Found Safe After Kidnapping in Fort Worth, Texas

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

8-Year-Old Girl Found Safe After Kidnapping in Fort Worth, Texas

"A girl who is taken from her mother in Texas is now back home USA's. Rick Vincent reports. Police have located that eight year old girl who was kidnapped Saturday night, while walking with her mother near Fort Worth police spokesman buddy because Awda says a tip brought police to the rescue. Just south of Fort Worth and surrounding town here. Call four steel that he was located at the woods spring. Sweet the suspect when I can tell you know, descriptions, every early on from witnesses and from the movie will pretty close on this is in custody. Police say the girl was physically unharmed

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Ronald Acuna Jr. of Atlanta Braves hits leadoff home run in both doubleheader games vs. Miami Marlins

Under The Hood

00:35 sec | 4 years ago

Ronald Acuna Jr. of Atlanta Braves hits leadoff home run in both doubleheader games vs. Miami Marlins

"Atlanta Braves have a half game lead over the Philadelphia Phillies in the National. League east thanks to a nine one victory over the Miami Marlins. In game one of a double header this afternoon in. That game Ronald Acuna junior led off the game with a. Home run he also let off the nightcap in a home run occur on your junior becomes The Fourth Way or to hit a leadoff, home Ryan both games of a doubleheader major. League baseball history joins Brady Anderson back in nineteen ninety nine. Hundred court the legendary Ricky Henderson in nineteen Ninety-three in, everyone's. Fan favourite Harry Hooper did it in nineteen thirteen

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