20 Burst results for "Bahir"

"bahir" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

05:10 min | 10 months ago

"bahir" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

"So any apocalyptic world has to set itself apart. It's a genre that is fairly exhausted at this point and a lot of them are fairly monotonous and fairly similar. So this one definitely, very clear aesthetic I really like it's focus on PUNK rock aesthetic. So influenced somewhat by steam punk but overall, it kind of takes the the heavy metal aesthetic and puts that into the real world I love the design of the helmets. It's a little bit of sort of a new age interpretation of the old design of the helmets. I think they looked great All of the costuming is very visually appealing all of the design design feels very coherent to everything else that's going on. It just feels all very messy dirty. which definitely fits that aesthetic of sort of the heavy metal punk rock that was very smart choice to take here that is fairly original I would say. or at least original in the sense of like how heavy it is a lot of other apocalyptic series it is sort of. Influences all of the design and the characters. Bahir is definitely, very, very apparent which I think is a smart choice to go with the cinematography. I thought was also fairly strong. There weren't any majorly clear choices. In just sort of the basic cinematography. So it isn't that bottle. Premise. So it's basically these two characters working their way up this mega structure to to the boss Mama and. If anything I would have liked to see some longer takes. See? Some. Just long takes action that would focus more on the actual hand to hand combat. Or Gun to gun combat It's a very similar design as the raid which is very popular action film that is a similar structure as far as just like a work your way up moving very video game ask and that one focus a lot of takes and a lot of hand hand combat. So here's a lot more guns but even still Fairly strong I do like that the slow Mo, the drug actually does create everything in slow motion. It makes for some really interesting action set pieces. That, we may not get to see the action as much because of the fact that just Guns are not nearly as dynamic for film as a lot of other forms of action and fighting styles, and so getting to actually see it slow motion is really nice..

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"bahir" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

06:45 min | 10 months ago

"bahir" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Xbox announced more details on X. Cloud, and my biggest fear came true apple isn't playing ball during the called Beta on IOS. The only game people could play was the massive collection and people who chose to participate in the Beta uniquely prohibited from streaming on any other device including their xbox interesting argument that Anderson, the argument about competing digital marketplaces. But as someone who has no android devices PC or xbox I have no possible way to scrap xbox game pass will apple every come around on X. Cloud, and if so when xboxes play anywhere mentality, will they sacrifice? Moore. In order to get X. Cloud on Islas devices stay safe and healthy wit. Yeah like I fully agree this is apple's thought. This is not like. This is not on. Microsoft's early on the other hand if I were making console that only worked on like half the TV's out there, and there was this one TV maker that was being a huge asshole about it. I think I would have to work with that TV maker in some way before the launch that new console, right? Because there's just no way. Hitting only half the market is not going to ensure long success, and that's one of the things that came down. Kate Bahir problem with stadia is that they were hitting the market because they couldn't because apple was letting them. I don't know what it is. They could do besides just. In my mind, there's there's some negotiation that apple will want something in Microsoft can't give it to them. I don't know if that's actually true. But at the end of the day as an IPHONE and I've had I, don't. Look, at this extra day, I'm like Oh. Cool. I can't use that I can't use on my phone or my laptop or. You know what? This hatch, no actual benefit for me, especially as it's a game pass. Only thing thing pulling my hard drive yet. So I. I think this is very cool. I. Think is going for it I just. Limiting itself to just android per are intentionally or unintentionally is going to, Hamburg. Long run depending on where they can fix it. Yeah I. Think this is kind of a direct result of the ongoing battle that xbox is in with their long-term vision of how they see xbox and now the. Proliferation of xbox on. So many different devices and how four looking they are. But also how not ready the the business seems before it right now like that said Ray X. Cloud is going to be on PC's on Android, right? which is a good start for it like it's got that is going to lead to success for them. But as we've been talking about especially this week especially while on. Yesterday, where being greg kind of talked about places practices as far as okay. Yeah. Like is playstation anti-consumer because they they they're grabbing exclusivity deals with things like spider man in Avengers, and because they're not letting you use controller on your with your ps five games, right? Like. That feels anti consumer when it's compared next to you what Xbox is doing on their side where okay. Yeah. You can play your games anywhere. Yeah. xbox game pass is going to be the best deal for consumers. Okay. Yeah. Like You know be our game coming out on every system like there are moves that Microsoft is making on their side that feel. Very Consumer friendly, slash? Looking and so many. I, think. Like it is kind of on them to push the boundary and like the push to push the envelope with that and so yeah. When look at Xbox game passing and you look at what it entails, you look at what it is. Right I kinda get why apple on their side would be like No. Fuck that you are a direct competitor. PC. Space and like we want, we want people to buy games on the apple marketplace. Right? We don't WANNA lose customers. To gain passer to X. Cloud on our device and so like. Yeah like. I. Feel like we're this kind of going to go is that progressing conversation of like look happy. You Look you look at what happened with cross play a few years ago, and you look at the big ripple a- happen when. four-night came to switch and got that with the red and the green and it was, hey, you can play. You can play for night on switch with people with xbox with people on PC but you can't play playstation the they didn't say that. But that was kind of the implication there. Then causes the envelope to be pushed away where places she kind of has to give give up ground because bad, it's bad marketing. It's bad PR. For on the apple side of things. Apple's kind of a apple is a bigger company. Apple isn't going to be pressured in in that sort of way but. Like a year down the line a few years down the line who knows where that conversation goes. I could see a future where we see X. Cloud on Apple. So here's my argument. Marine is that this is not a new policy from apple everyone known has known. They've been like intransigent about these sort of things. They blocked stabling streaming, they blocked stadium because the city. By Games, you can actually play games on it. Microsoft should probably come out with the beginning in one apply public pressure apple saying, Hey, we wanna put it on IOS devices. Just we care because there's policy and I think that if it didn't work, it would've given them the the moral out to say, yeah, we're trying it's just not working. I also expect that. They knew the entire lead up to this that wasn't going to be on Iowa's devices, so they should have been. More clear about it, but I should. They should have been public about it and say, like, Hey, we're working on a solution for. Our iphone customers. In the meantime, we have these suggestions, and if you WANNA like us on your browser or something like that, you have that to. Just the initial rollout of this to me seems very limited and it might be a limited for no one's vault other people for external factors only, and that's understandable. It just kind of feels like, Hey, we we know this half the market we're not gonNa hit, and that's fine for us which as part of that market, not so fine for me. Yeah I, feel you all that said, this is still super exciting, right? Like over one hundred, high quality games playable from Macleod, including including crap dungeons destined to tell me why you're swag accuser. Immoral ran, and you can probably expect all the xbox game studios. Games coming out that are upcoming going to be available with clouds that super exciting news cabin in the dock will link. To A. Open Up link because with this we also got..

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Ratana Stephens, CEO of Natures Path: When it comes to business and people, I'm a lioness

Skimm'd from The Couch

08:02 min | 1 year ago

Ratana Stephens, CEO of Natures Path: When it comes to business and people, I'm a lioness

"You've been called that heart and soul of. Nature's Pat when you hear that. What does that mean when you think about how you era what is the heart and soul on when you go through difficulties then you see other people going through difficulty you have empathy. You feel for them because you yourself have gone through so my grandmother's very empathetic. And since I was brought up by her he was always there when people needed her in happiness and in sorrow I learned a lot from her and I to. What was the decision like to move to Canada in life? Then you surrender snowed decision. I've fell in love. I love my husband still after fifty years. That's a big feet congrats. A lot of people can't say that right now in close quarters. Oh yes we do. Have Disagreements on misunderstand me we definitely do but after you know discussing after getting a little bit annoyed become to conclusion that what we are talking maybe a different ways different aspects but became to the same conclusion rb agree based dom in the pros and cons and sit tolerance. You have to tolerate an accept. The percents find view. An that's what we have done and I'm grateful that has lasted that long and I think he's going to last longer one of the things that we were reading about with you. Is that as you sort of? Found Yourself as an entrepreneur. You also were trying to raise a young family and young children and WanNa talk a little bit about how you achieved any semblance of balance and I use the word balance kind of in quotes because I think we talk a lot about on the show that that's kind of a myth when people talk about work life balance but walk us through what those early days were like You know running a restaurant and having a young family you know. Tv Ago. When I was giving influential woman of in Business Award Kuenssberg there. My husband was there and of course. I thanked them and what I said. Your mother was always there. Bundy needed her but she was not there when you wanted her when they needed me when I felt it's very important for them to have me near them emotionally intellectually Charles there. If our daughters. She is a lyric soprano. Most of the time I took her to the lessons I take out some little time to take her to school. If they're teachers wanted talk to me to something I was Elvis there. So it's very hard when you're in business and when you have a beautiful young family is hard but you make sure in the time of needs dear family comes first when you and your husband eventually decided to continue following this entrepreneurial side of both of you and built nature's path. Did you talk about like this is how we're going to divide and conquer? This is what you're good at this good at talk to us a little bit about how that works. Aaron is in a leader. He is very good in marketing. And I felt I connect with people more so than he does because US artists is entrepreneur is in a waiter as more soul in marketing. So what I did. After livestream was sold I took securities course just to find out how this finances work on how you also cheap. And he supported me for three months. I Wa ause an investment banker or you call it stockbroker and after that. I told my manager. I said I'm sorry I can't work. He said why you could have meant you know how they talk about. Meeting held off a great broker. I said you know you're right but my family and my marriage is very important. Yes I learned finances. I love people and I learned how to work with people were producing so operation also came under my wings finance out so came. Hr only thing that we shared together. What sales who did you guys go to for advice when I think back on the health space you know thinking about the seventies even the nineties it's just boomed in the past few decades there? I'm assuming wasn't the same type of information or resources or networks when you guys were starting out were there people. That were mentors. When you couldn't figure something out. Who did you go to? You know my husband used say breadth nigh uncommon common sense. I didn't understand that before Moore I could find. With whom Sir was willing to give me advice. I would listen. Use my common sense and go forward. Why do you think he called it? Uncommon Common Sense. I know because probably he felt that I I have common sense which he has not found another. I WANNA stop at this first second and talk about it because what you're talking about is something that Dan Yan. I can relate to a lot which is very much when we talk about our own story and talk about going up and asking like very simple questions. And if you don't understand something you figure it out you ask the people who can help you figure it out. I think there's a lot of reasons why people don't necessarily do that but would away you talked about your story. It's almost so simple. So I'm laughing at how your husband phrased it because I think it's such a spot on description for those that are listening. That are thinking about being an entrepreneur themselves. What is your advice about? How to tap into the uncommon common sense? You know one thing. I also forgot to tell you that I read books. I love biographies whether business biography. Whether biography of well known politicians are well known saints. Demean the inspire. You you feel that what they have gone through and how they have come out of it. Are these lessons for you and for me for everybody because no life is obvious straight whether in politics weather and business weather in any spheres you know in Hinduism and Judaism Islam Christianity. We see the inspiring. Bahir read the inspiring stories. Some of them. Most of them are wonderful. So yes I think. I give uncommon common sense. I give credit to the family the society and to the woman who brought me up.

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"bahir" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

13:44 min | 1 year ago

"bahir" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Twitter visa welcome to the podcast S. Hey thanks awesome to hit us on the Bahir so for people who follow you on twitter they know where you were about people go how do you define yourself at what you're about ten and what you're what you're missionary purposes so that's complicated I try to have simple from time to time but I I guess I actually modifying on so based on who I'm talking to but so you asked about mission I would say right now my mission is basically the make as many interesting friends around the world can as many people who friendly and doing interesting people who are nuts on whatever fronts they're on and I'm basically China it's become clear to me recently that I'm pretty good at it pretty good at making and that there is a lot of value I can create in the world connecting people to each other I guess I mean you can think of that as a very actually just a traditional networking kind of mindset but I mean I I think about it in a very long way so I don't have a specific project that I'm trying to do I'm not you know I don't have a company that I'm trying to all product van trying to sell China I'm I'm just a library nut who wants to read interesting things and see interesting things happen and so I'm just always trying to see what I can do the Senate but what's the difference between making a lot of friends and being famous and also another question around sort of how many friends cannot have without diluting or cause attention is is infinite so yeah that's very good question actually so like when I was a teenager I was I used to play in a band I think I think a lot of people in this thought I'll be kinda simplistic ideas about the social goals are in like it's it's a very old thing that people wanna be famous and I think what happens is kind of conflict a lot of things at the same time they see highly visible people who are wealthy who you know who seemed to get like Oh if you're famous you get the nice seats at a at a restaurant you know like things seem to just go away and so it's interesting that isn't really a a very what s in my experience in trying to find look reading on this and that isn't the isn't really a very well in my experience I haven't found anything that's like very carefully kind of disembark gates in and breaks down all the different kinds of fame of of status of of all the different things can have and so I think a lot of people end up like you ask or young people they wanna be a youtube celebrity ought to be a celebrity or a good undergoing Hollywood famous because you know sometimes go right that offer quickly as all your guests tension hall whatever but I think people are drawn to it because they think that that is an semi accurately they think that you know the significance disconnection the social capitalist does things that you'll get you can easily get just from having money or just from having skills but so the difference between kind of just being straightforward celebrity and having friends I think it's it's the the thing about celebrity in the broad general sense is that a lot of will have an idea of who you are but it's kind of one way it's kind of you know you and it made me uh-huh may not be deliberate on your part I think for a lot of let's say you know music off this the the Mitch on the identity that gets propagated is struck by your managers your agents you're the music industry or whatever and you don't have a I mean you may have some control of it but it it's quite it's relatively static one to one relationship where you're constantly evaluating and changing and being dynamic and so you know even in my early blogging this so around like a we need them eleven I used to so I started out blogging just kind of very casually like a you know his lines you know I I went to school met my friends after school and it's nothing that kind of social want one lots of friends got a thing and along the way I just happened to I think write about some local media stories and some flow of the stuff and that stuff when like micro viral back in the day and that felt really you know like every day I would get one or two comments from my friend on my block and then one day I wrote something about the news and I got like fifteen comments from strangest and that just felt like wow like I am relevant even when people who disagreed with me all the they don't even care who I am just passing through but leaving comments and it just I don't see people discuss this feeling enough is this when you're young especially I think it feels like oh I'm relevant people care but what I have to say I feel like there's something that you see sleeping I want more of it but it draws you in it's very naturally like if every day has one comment and one day it has ten you're going to be like oh how can they do that again and you try to recreate before you know it you end up writing off producing what you think will get you more that because that feels like a proxy for action relevance or whatever and I slightly fell into that trap for Awhile and a couple of years past in getting lots of blog hits but I was feeling like it was the irony is actually kind of isolating because you're not really sharing what you're really thinking of I mean you can say that you know accurate representation of some subset of your thoughts and feelings but it can spiral out into something that you didn't really choose control and I MM-HMM I consider myself like a student of of fame and celebrity and stuff like that and I it's always interesting how so many celebrities are so miserable and the Oh just overwhelmed with like crazy fans and hate the in in Zoe's never quite adequately prepared for it this seems to catch them a bit by surprise because the volume is just nobody really talks about it and yeah so I would say my goal is to try and like ah trying to break down the kind of aspects of what you can get out of interacting with people and basically want or as much of the good stuff as possible a little of that stuff is possible and I think in my experience the mystery through that is by making kind of good friends and so the cool thing is I visited San Francisco in me and that was because a friend from said that she wanted to invite me to a denial that she was hosting with a bunch of interesting people and so you know I announced I have the damn ahead like maybe been thousand followers which is soon depending on your context eyelid barely anything and you know I can walk down the street and nobody cares what him and yet generally I can probably go to an immediate city and Belykh hey guys I'm going to London this weekend like we should I go and somebody will be oh I'll bring you the half lunch at the space and in Australia introducing who you WanNa meet in the I find that that has made my life way more interesting it has kind of this whole extra layer of nuance it's it's it's funny to have two explain it because to me is just it seems obviously a positive but the the interesting thing is that you know there's a bunch of things that I take for granted it's a bunch of things that I have looked through other people having that idea unrealized that I have what example there I have always always been very eager the seek connection from others and like now and look back and I look at the war on me iron the kind of strange thing to me is that so many people are lonely disconnected and yet not many people seem to do what seemed obvious to me which is that if I don't have any friends I should go out and France and I think when people about these about this what I hear is scant you both don't know if it's possible they were about GonNa fail they're gonNA put themselves out there and look stupid or be in south and I think I went through all of that very early on like even even a child on the Internet I think and with friends and playing music and it just me just felt like it's obvious that one true friend if you can find one true friend who really gets you it's worth to me it's obvious that it's worth you know going through Bebo and pointless conversations to get there and I think people don't plan that five hit or kind of frame it kind of they try a couple of times look at you like Africa is not for me it's not a it's not looking but you know I did you've tend to friends or a hundred thousand two hundred fifty to one hundred ish so I follow five hundred people ish on twitter and not all of them like by close friends I would say I have like it's interesting it's even when people thought about friendship that the concept of friendship is itself I mean even friendship is something that varies from culture cultural context to context but for the most part when people say friends whether they mean they mean something like this it's a bundle thing can unbundle it so like the bundle friend is someone you've known for pretty long like at least a year I think you met probably help each other out in some way you shed some intimate personal information with each other you me do activities together this is this a whole bunch of things like that and the funny thing is you know if you break it down I have so- depending on which variable you think is what friendship is is about the main thing infants flight I've had many many many very intimate conversations with people who you know they don't fit my traditional anybody's traditional definition of friend they may even be anonymous or they might be people who I've never met and probably will never meet but at the same time that satisfies that kind of stat I guess and the people who I have not met yet but you know if I go to city for example they will host me in their homes even super as well I almost don't think about friendship the same way as I guess the layperson would I it's it's it's it's it depends on what I need what I want I have like a social graph and on that draft there are many different kinds of friends and people who want to connect with me in different ways some people want the half a long correspondence over long you're fine but they probably don't want to meet me maybe they might either and some people who I've known for a very long time and we kind of have like small so am I my friends from school for example like I still them but I you know that you can get up to someone like a decade and and not be as close to them as someone you just met at all you just exchanged a few tweets with even if you if you find that you have to seem common understanding of something but I mean the isn't avoid the question entirely I think I think my my brain handle like this might be life can handle about probably about a hundred people I keep track of about five hundred on on the and I guess taste book in an instrument end the other thing is I'm not actually an amazing friend so does this is great unquote from Kobe Brian docking the I think Iran I don't Disa interview some interview coby Bryan talking about friendship he is great friend will remember your both day and and go out fall for lunch review and all those things and he says that he's very bad at doing that and the thing is and he's all the interesting thing in the interviews is also careful not the valorize that or make that like some kind of like oh I'm so great because I'm Kobe Brian and so I don't need he's like I'm better I'm better at like keeping up with to stop He says I have kind of peers so you know he he ext like other like high functioning basketball players and and.

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"bahir" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"I'm going to be wearing this so with about what makes you feel good. And was it hard getting the exact thing you wanna develop? Did you have to send back Senate back a couple of times or was it easy working with the manufacturer easy? You know, saying samples a har- samples are it's like right now I'm literally going through the process of another new product that we're having. You know, who are apparel line because we can't we teach our apparel and things of that nature matches shape wear. So I feel wanna stay loyal to, you know, are true true die hard FBI rain jam because that's what we still do we are feel like, you know, not change from f- fitness to FBI body because I just wanted to encompass everything. Not just, you know, not just the fitness aspects of it. But are you meant for real? And I just felt FBI body said everything that we do, in our mission is still to empower people live their best most healthy lives. So, you know, samples, you know, like we get one sample, one might not fit the other sample sits in the year, right? Oh, hey, yes. I got it. You know, you wanna make sure they it launders properly fell there. There's a lot that goes into everything, literally, most of the things that most think every product that we have, whether it's our body Bill. Our body oil are shapers. I'm literally hands on with everything because I use it and that's literally how everything has that even our detox t-that that we have our SPF t- again. I made the formulations. I just want things to be right for people in the acting theft. One of the other reasons why we do so well is because people. No, I'm not giving them via right? How do you feel about putting yourself out there in your stories on your page? Do you ever get exhausted of sharing your life to market your brand? At do I have this, and I've always had it this bike love hate relation. Ship with social media because in real life. I'm not a this is gonna sound money. I'm not a nice. I. Sorry on laughing a lot in your your. You know what it's hard to be patient, as patient, as you need to be on social media? So. Relax. I'm not patient at home. So, you know, for me, a lot of times, more social media, even though you know, I, I give a lot in. I have no problem with talking, I love engaging with our audience. I've gotten to a point now where I just feel like people don't respect boundaries, and they feel like because they purchase a product from you, you know, they supported your business that you owe them your first board child and that, you know, because there are some people who are on social media who do that. So it's kinda like when you are in a sea of social media, right? And you have one brand or business or person who, you know, answers, everybody's questions in, you know, tells everything and has no boundaries. Right. And then. You have another personal Bahir, who had the businesses well, but they have bounced niece, then a site. Oh, this person over here is nicer than you, are you giving them. Right. Right. And they're going to get everything I asked for. That's okay. You need to be over there. Going to, you know. At this all the time you have to advocate for yourself and I will unapologetically advocate for myself every day. And if that means that I have to put boundaries, you know, something as simple as speaking. I'm very big on greeting people, and, you know, social media, people are strangers and, and people don't speak by bay will literally going. You're the m send you a home. Can you give me this, this business and didn't say, hi? No. Hi, no, no. Hello. How you doing nothing like speak to me?.

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Iran discussed on Mike Slater

Mike Slater

00:11 sec | 2 years ago

Iran discussed on Mike Slater

"Hey, I heard that. There are some major flooding is major flooding going on right now in Iran. Really? Bahir headline Iran hit with third major

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"bahir" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on Channel 33

"I don't know the answer to that. But those are not reliable sources, and then the one is reliable kind of Gaza. Yes. I was gonna say blind gossip I mean, you have to be able to read between the lines and check out the comment section. Sometimes. Yes, all the common section can lead. You a bit definitely do try but blind gossip you can Slough you can get triangulate on that website. So in the Miley example about few hours after the Daily Mail. Okay. Australia things started going around blind gossip posted information like refuting it. Right. We're feeding is saying they're trying but she's pregnant right now, and that was well before Miley herself or FIDA, and you could tell pretty like it was pretty obvious that was about Miley. Even though it didn't say Miley also on the blind gossip by recommend a piece that Elizabeth knock wrote for the ringer late last year just about how blind gossip items and blind items in general, they aren't. Always right. And you have to be careful with this sort of stuff, but they are often sources of larger information particularly as it relates to sexual misconduct. There is a lot of information that can be had there. Right. You just have to be smart about how how to read it. Yeah. It's trying. Yeah. Which is true. General absolutely. Also, by the way, Daily Mail, just aggregating literally anything this on. So you can't trust day. Literally anything I mean, just read, you know, they misspell everything every sale post. So you can't trust them Bahir phone, the gossip street read responsibly, reader sponsor and don't sex funeral ship. We don't if you're married, maybe think about Nellie the paper trail, it's all I have to say, yeah, that's true smarter technological choices with your communication, and your however you want to express your sex life in two thousand eighteen we support your sex life. We just want you to be responsible about it on that note. Thank you to implant up and thinking of hotel tonight, we'll be back in two weeks. Thanks, everyone..

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"bahir" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"So so here, so how's that for tangent? Anyway, where were we you got this right act? Acceptance and commitment there Bahir is what is cool. You feel the way that you do because of the situation that you're in the situation that you've got by the way in and you feel this way because you're a human being if you didn't feel the way that you do based on all the what's called your private experiences. All the things that brought you to this moment right now what I say to clients all the time. If you didn't feel this way, if this if you weren't this frustrated of this angrier, or at times hopeless, if you weren't sure what to do next, then you wouldn't be human. You would be a robot because it is perfectly. Okay. To have these feelings or these thoughts and trust me, we all have them. Let's go back to that robot example. And I'm sure in the not too distant future. Dated my podcast is at some day. Some point down the line robot will be listening and they're gonna turn to the robot. Mom and dad and say, wait, my feelings aren't real and the future about person. Yes. The real just don't know much about that right now. But I'm sure I've got a podcast for that in the future. But anyway, back to the point everybody has problems. I had a client sitting on my couch last week. We'd never been at. Yes, a rookie. And I was so grateful to be there for their journey into this kind of world of self discovery of opening up. This person said I know a lot of people have problems, which I said I validated. Empathize that in just jump in and fix all. Though. I wanted to this particular statement everybody has problems trust me. It's what they do with them. That's important too. They keep stuffing them down or they do. They pretend that nothing's wrong or that the problems can't be fixed dealt with or they finally hit a point where they just don't want to be like, they're always doing something wrong or that they're alone. They just don't know. What to do? There's actually a reason you feel stuck your brain thinks that it's doing you favor because it's gonna keep you, right? Where you are right now. See your brain knows what feeling stuck feels like isn't that wild might not be? I deal, but the berry lease that knows that you're gonna wake up in the morning, and you're probably gonna feed it that might actually to watch new Netflix someplace in tune blast. But at the very least. You're not gonna do something super uncomfortable. Try and change things in your marriage or have you opened up to somebody that you don't know what to do with your values teen or that? You're tired of feeling like you. You're always tired or your brain.

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"bahir" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

12:54 min | 2 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Numbers called triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred now. I wanna get outrageous for just a bit here. Reason why is because you know, these two babies twin babies were born, and they were born with the genetic tinkering genetic tinkering, of course, is to. Make them. So they won't get aids or HIV. Okay. And this is a breakthrough and some people say, it's inappropriate. It's inappropriate has happened. Now, there are other people will say what he did. Was he managed to prove something in the process? And that is the there is alien DNA in all of us. I know that sounds weird. But bear with Bahir see when you look at the early embryo, you'll get the embryo system. He's a hotbed of activity for Endo genus retroviruses. And genetic experiments and in all things pertaining DNA have shown this is the case understand why embryonic cells make viral proteins scientists have to run experiments to see what happens when the viral genes are silenced. So they shut off certain genes, and they turn them on these experiments suggests that viral proteins help the embryo develop a variety of tissues. Meaning that these. These viral genes from viruses from millions of years ago are being put into you. All of the. Immunities are being put into you. Sometimes you don't get them. Sometimes I mean early on the cells in an embryo, contributing to anything any tissue even replicate in the wrong places. Some people are born with twins that are somehow hidden in their body, and they have to have them removed. The this is how interesting it gets with regards to embryo annex science. So the cells in the embryo turn into any tissue. And and and these stem cells divide and divide and by and they can lose their flexibility the process, so they they have a duty. Okay. They they have this duty, and they can become one kind of cell be become another. This is why it's so amazing. This is why there has to be a God, in my opinion because someone had to be that advanced. To come up with the idea that they can take all kinds of. Embryonic Indo genus ingenious genus type of viruses and molecules and put them all together to create a person and that includes all of the DNA including quote alien DNA DNA. They have no explanation for that's going into you. Last July, scientists reported that a strange protein courses through the veins of pregnant women, and no one is sure why it's there. Don't know what it does. And what makes this protein is something called hime? Oh. And he mows show unusual. Then it's not made by the mother. Instead, it's bathe in her fetus and in the placenta by Jean that originally came from a virus that infected our mammalian ancestors more than one hundred million years ago. He was not the only protein with such an alien origin. DNA contains roughly one hundred thousand pieces of viral DNA and altogether. They make it actually makes up about eight percent of the human genome and scientists are only starting to figure out what is viral DNA is doing to us and what he's doing in us. There was a study published in the commentary in the journal trends microbiology. Has pretty much explored the possibility. The viral genes that produce proteins like hime, oh are affecting our help in a variety of unexpected ways. Some of our ancient viruses. Are protecting us from even greater disease, even greater pandemic and others may be raising our risk for cancer and other conditions like HIV, and it's it's not an either or it's not whether these things are good or bad. It's just very complicated and complex, and this is why the human body in the genome is being explored because most of our viral DNA comes from one group in particular. And then we have retroviruses, and they come from another group, and then we have HIV, and we have cancer we see retrovirus invades host cell in search genes invent cells DNA, and then these viral genes co op the sells machinery, basically using it to make new viruses that escape it. In fact, more cells, it's like an alien that gets in takes over the host. And then kills it. That's why we have DNA that keeps replicating replicating replicated. We talked about the cancer issue. Riot Macau cancer is I is formula. What he does. So isn't that odd? Right. But we have a human embryo and scientists learned that a protein called hime oh made by a fetus and placenta is produced from viral DNA but entered our ancestors genomes some one hundred million years ago. And when you look at these Endo genus retroviruses, a lot of them are unique some of them have to be explored and try to you know, we have to try and understand them. Look, you know, we've developed defenses over millions of years against these indigenous retroviruses. And our cells are coating their DNA with Bollock you'll suppress viral genes. But sometimes. These viral genes managed to switch on anyway. And so this is why we get tumors. Scientists find proteins produced by energy and retroviruses. And of course, we get tumors. So the question is do Indo Gina's retroviruses help cause cancer. That's the big question. So when you look at the studies that they actually produce there suggesting that yes, yes, they can. The human healthy cells can make viral proteins found in many tumors. And then the cells grow the protein causes the cells to behave in some suspiciously cancer like manner, they change shape as cancer cells. Do they become long and skinny and then he starts moving throughout the body. And so. The viral protein caused the cells switch on other genes. And that's how we get cancer. That's how this happens. This is how HIV happens they're learning this through these experiments, but the Chinese Chinese doctors scientists. Said that he is doubling down on his work saying that he feels what he did was important for the growth of the wellbeing of the planet. Growing an edited embryo into fully-fledged adult human. I mean, this just doesn't remove I mean, it just doesn't remove a health problem or. It just creates more arguments for the augmented human. And a lot of people see that as dystopia in future model of human being. I mean, it leaves lasting changes that are passed on from generation, and it it's Wirtz the original hime. Oh, I would say, right. Meet all these things are put there for a reason God sought within his wisdom to put all those things in us. For a reason we start messy with those things, and this is why cancer cells grow. This is why because they all these things are passed on from generation to generation generation. And so they see this scientists they see these genetic augmentation is desirable in the case of apple health problems. But it's much more questionable. As we look at be enhancements and the strangest because I mean, we read all the books, right? We've seen all the movies for many years, we've seen science fiction movies that deal with the possibility of genetic engineering genetic tinkering, and we read books like brave new world. Out Huxley's brave new world society is rigidly split into the five caps determined through embryonic modification and much of the consternation surrounding the idea of designer babies is that germline editing could make Huxley's dystopia envision a reality. See the fear here is that germline engineering. He's a path toward a dystopia super people in designer babies only for those that actually can afford this, right? I mean. We can design highly intelligent groups of kids children. Children who could be tomorrow's leaders and scientists. So they're already designed born and raised to be our leaders at very young ages. Pretty much designed to be these gifted children that become regarded as gifted God's in the future. So at the moment. The prospect of a world populated by genetically modified humans. He's barely remaining only in the pages of science fiction. However, the announcement from China about genetically modified babies. Launches the debate into a non fictional reality. Were artificial improvement will affect every living thing. And so here we are. Now, we are in that uncanny valley, again, we're teetering on the precipice of that slippery slope that we've often talked about, you know. You know, what if situation we've seen it a recurring theme in popular movies involving genetic engineering cloning artificial lifeforms, and is the existential angst of genetically modified human clone. When it comes you know, when it becomes aware of itself. Because wherever self it's an artifact or face to face, either with its creator, its original, we see things like what blade runner, we see things, you know, this is the spin for the Frankenstein anxiety. This is the spin for the human goal, and this is the spin for the human humongous. It's always used. Always used as a symbol of anti genetic science. These were edging closer to the reality of creating life through science. And so we draw back to things like the Frankenstein story as a metaphor for our times. And it's over one hundred years old. And for some and when it was written back as long goes it was with Mary Shelley. It was metaphor blasphemy to even suggest the idea that science could raise from the dead life. Using genetic engineering using. Tissues in nuts and bolts and all those things they used to bring back this creature is formed in a laboratory, and once we create something like what this Chinese doctor created. I would hope. The nobody seeks out to destroy these two babies because they have to be loved and they had to be they have to be cared for. No matter what. Because they develop the same way we do. They have the same emotions and feelings that we do they need to be nurtured. Like we've been as children. And to ignore them into let them die in a lab would be hideous and inhumane. Mean what's more inhumane tinkering with their genes to keep them from getting HIV? Or letting them die in a laboratory continually experimented upon until there's nothing left of them. Nothing left. But the very flesh that Saul falling apart. It's a macabre and terrifying. Idea, but it can and it could happen. If we look at these children as laboratory rats or animals, and.

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"bahir" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on No Jumper

"Like that wasn't those wake up wakeup call. I had like my own little shit. So. Yeah. But that wasn't definitely was like a dam, and I was just thinking about you know, what I'm saying that was one of those most definitely fucked my head up my hair still fucked up about shit. I don't even I haven't except the saying guess feel so real that passed away like this just a real, right? I mean, just knowing that he was richest fuck famous as fuck. Key still and was. Yeah. Low key respected as folk, but he's still just couldn't kick it and was still like probably suffering like, I don't know what was going through whatever. But it just seemed like he was in a dark spot for a long time. Maybe got off. Yeah. Just wasn't happy. That are real. No cap you saw post ugly guy mate about how people were kind of clowning on his album because it just came out recently Travis. Man people saw. It's funny. I didn't see anything about. I didn't see any of the, hey, like toys him. I didn't know that it was going on. That's fucked up though, I know some people probably caning sleep right now and the same fuck is on on Graham talking about all my gosh, we lost a legend today, and it was his cloud in his man's project. But it's kind of like overall problem I would say with like celebrities and in rabbit in any subculture in the sense that people just don't treat celebrities like human beings and a lot of them. Right. Hell, no. Is no like there's a level of understanding that is not there between. You know, the people that have a platform, and the people that are looking from another point of view. It's a level of misunderstanding. Like, no, I mean, even the industry like like, some of these labels be pushing artist them into the point of death like over pushing them overbooking. Yes. Welcome around taking all out other server feel like that. Like once you sign with the label that they were putting you on so many toys and booking so many studio sessions that it's like they're never gonna let you get a break. It was me that you're working to myself. It did happen. It was my choice because I was the one at the end of the day. That was like let me go. I wanna go to the studio every day. Right. Every fucking day every day. Sometimes I'll have an agenda. Sometimes I will come and have to lock in with producer. You know? All you should come here, bro from Bahir pull up work little cool. I was planning to go anyway. So like every day. What is it? What is it that drives you to go that hard though? The love music shit is like music is me high not other people say that. But like, I think this shit really gives me high in another place and music is has intoxicating effects on me in myself. So like, I've always been attracted to music, and then to be able to have a platform to make the thing that I'm gonna track to and be like the creator of the shit that it puts me in just the my set with. That's all I wanna do. I love performing too. But I think I love recording the most love creating a recording the most. Yeah. Because like on any given night. So that the options are year in the studio recording you're performing sold out show in front of a couple thousand people or you're like, I'm trying to think what the other options. Are you go the club? You could just sit at home kick it watch TV clubs I- parties. Senate home.

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"bahir" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"I'm I'm like reposted stuff and show him a love and be like, yo, you know. I like stuff we should link up sometime. And that's what I did. Just like kinda reposted stuff. He hit me up on like we kinda like deemed a little bit. I was hit me a club. And it's so funny though, because I'll be real I did not plan for him to like perform this weekend. Like, I didn't know that that was happening and broke is like, yeah. Low key like I had like someone else drop out. But then he was like, yo when do I perform? And I was so ready. Yeah. Look like, bro. We should just let him because he's ready. Yeah. I had to people. Yeah. How the universe works out that way? He hit me up and was like so enthusiastic about it. And like for real like appreciate the opportunity. Like, yo. Hell, yeah. Like for sure you can come out. And it's cool. Like, I got the guy that kind of a bathroom because I waited twenty more minutes, bro. The party would have been completely different because like people showed up quick. And it was funny. Like by the time Brennan went on it was complete full lit nece for sure. Like. I mean. To get into now. It's like burnin on fire. Yeah. It was a lot of fun. Yeah. So hot Brennan like overheated. So I started following in about a week and half ago or two weeks ago. And he was like you should come to his first show at level. And I was like, oh, he's very he's a cool guy. But then. Yeah. The doctor and me I've been following is Instagram. But before the show he liked did a post in his bed after his first level show. And he was like, I'm so sick. And I was like, no. No. Wrestling. Lemon Taty is. Stop being so sick on the Mike boy. Definitely killed it. Yeah. Yeah. I'd still like I had never met him. But only when you pull it up. I guess we're waiting for a little bit. I was like I had just got back from the game. Because I I went into halftime. And then. Yeah, man. I mean, he killed it for sure, and it's cool that were performing together this weekend. Obviously. I want to say like I'm just going to point out something that I'm starting to notice that I'm like, I'm just kinda like I hope happens more as because like we're both like gigging around the same people because like I just had Quino on on Monday. Like last Monday, I genuinely have this. And then you're you're friends with Brennan. And then like mean Nardo Bahir we're trying to get something going, right? There's a lot of interconnected stuff going. News realizing that the other day. That's really exciting for me. It is it's like some cool shit. I agree. And I happened when? Like several people if they're allowed. You know what I mean? It's gotta be like positive right time. To be able to succeed as much as you got to be able to want me to say. Right. Outside outsider here by this is really what you're trying to say, whatever you really chilling. So Brennan chose. I actually haven't gotten to. Like h town thing. Like like do good in school today. That's where my heart is for African love that. Shows nothing Michelle to her 'cause she's she came through. Connections, you know, and just being at the right place in the time college to me goes by so fast because you whether your student us working you have to work, and you have to go to class all the time. Repetitive cycle. So when things work out nicely, for instance, notice this a lot are you guys in college? Yes. Yes. You're not, but I'm still undergrad. I'm the young people. Your show is like so wise. Yeah..

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"bahir" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Listen in life. You are going to have friends and you're going to lose friends. That is how you gonna know who your true friends really aren't. Especially young age. I've gone through so many best friends man. 'cause people big, oh, we look at movies and movie show as like movies at movie shit movie movie world. You see TV shows you see people being friends that eight at a young age, and then the old still best friends, you know, Barney and Fred, hanging out together, doing all their adventures together. Oh you, yeah, you're gonna learn that life changes, man. And sometime you have to lose friends on the good circumstances. 'cause you'd just about your lives and lost contact. You're gonna lose friends on the basic sometimes and it's just gonna happen, man, what you what you're experiencing is life you not even twenty five yet man, and you look like Paul Rudd's going to begin cleaning. Yeah. This let let game lawf- let her do her thing. It's almost like a relationship. The more you try to push to get this person back even with other dudes. Girls girls in totally platonic relationships. The more you push to get somebody back in life. Sometimes the more they're going to resist, just just let them know, hey, first of all, humble yourself and say, I'm sorry. And then say I'm here for you whenever you feel like you you, you need me, but I'm gonna give you space and hopefully we'll be cool somewhere down the line. Thank you. Thank you. Can do that. No. Okay. He lied. Yeah. I got some got some advice from condo, Bahir man, like from if he wants to say something iffy, say some because like is if he's a parent and if he's been around, if he's professional, if he's very smart, gives us some advice. So speaking. A couple of things right? Like you can still have a female friend. I'm being cool with her, but when you push the the matter than the still some remaining feelings in the plus, if you move on you dates several of women, she might around and still be a friend that she might feel more comfortable hanging out with us. She sees that the women that comfortable hanging out with you. But if you're just fixated on her that and it's kinda like you still have feelings for it's a very good point there, man, good point. Do you be honest man? Do you feel like maybe? Yeah, I feel like you just not giving her your space that you feel like you're hanging onto much. Well, we used to talk now. Now she's busy with with life and everything. We used to talk a lot like text talk a lot. Soper for that to go from talking every other day to go to almost almost never whenever Alec seriously her life is just going to the different direction in. You're not ready for it. And that's what I'm exactly what I'm talking about..

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"bahir" Discussed on Dissect - A Serialized Music Podcast

Dissect - A Serialized Music Podcast

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on Dissect - A Serialized Music Podcast

"Does he remember this keyboard passages sampled from buddy Ross's running around this team works to unify all the interludes on blonde. So it's fitting that we get one last interational to close out the album when taken as a whole. We can hear these interludes chronologically as a progression of one's adolescence into adulthood. The first interlude Bahir is be yourself where motherly figure warns us about losing one's identity through drug use when leaving the house for college, she preaches self acceptance categorizing drugs as a detour from who you really are. Many have gone to college. Drug, marijuana, alcohol. Stop trying to be somebody else. Try to be someone else. Yourself as that. That's good enough. Don't try to, of course, nearly every song on blind references drug use, perhaps the most potent on solo the song that directly falls be yourself. It would seem that Frank is arguing through his own experiences. Recreational drugs can be used as a vessel for self discovery as an act of youthful rebellion through which one finds personal independence be yourself. Therefore can be viewed as Representative of young adolescents in which our parents are guiding principles through life, and that define them making your own choices for better or for worse is a requirement of individualism and the central part of growing up from the adolescent of beer self. We moved to teenage years in the next interlude found after the song good guy. We hear two guys, presumably teens talking about women. One guy's heartbroken while the other quietly expresses his disinterest in women, which we heard as a possible Lucien to him being homosexual..

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"bahir" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"The big ice cream cone in this guy's my favorite page in Bahir. Neal is it's about not attachment and the idea that we're stuck on this wheel of desire. I'm bored. I'm gonna watch movie. I'm hungry popcorn. Now I want ice cream water. Now I want sleep. Now I want sex now all these things, and we're in this world where our needs are being met faster than ever. So I'm wondering what a great lesson. Maybe you have about our attachment to these desires and non attachment because people talk about non attachment and I think it's a glorious idea. So what does it great lesson? You've learned about non attachment and desire. Some of this is is. Again, it's like a the Buddhist flavor on things which it would have be say. The first step is really don't worry about non attachment, pay attention to where feels like to be attached like you always start with the problem. You know, then you look at your relationship to the problem. So is less idealistic maybe, but it's very real, you know? So mostly probably. Yeah, there is. Yeah, you know. And mostly when we have a strong feeling like say, it's desire anger. We get obsessed with the object, the provocation, the incident, the object. We want, you know, the new thing and we rarely pivot as the Saito ourselves, or does it feel like want something so much? Where's it feel like to be so angry? Yeah, you know. So that's the thing we're looking, where's the pivot? So you're looking at the feeling it self apart from what it is you want. And have come to understand the nature desires desire. And we see there's a lot of loneliness in there. Isn't that interesting? It wasn't thinking about that or, you know, certainly as you describe it as a lot of boredom in there, right, you know. And so we see layers, layers and layers of different feelings that are coming together and what we're calling desire. And we see that they're always moving always changing. And we also see that some of the ways that we seek to avoid the feeling or worse than just sitting down and feeling it for God's sake. Yes. And so you just learn a lot in that process and that brings you to place a balance, and then it's not so fever, Gina, like when you want something, maybe it's good to want it and maybe or maybe it's impossible and you're not looking at how much you can learn compromise in order to get it right. And that you could end up worse than you were before, you know, or whatever it is, but sometimes it's about pausing, you know, the pause, we want the gap we want is not between this never wrong to feel what you're feeling. We just feel feel, but the gap we want is between the feeling in the action. You know. So we have some choice possibility there. You know, like you feel this huge wave of desire and you realize, you know what, I'm not going to steal. These earphones are not gonna. Walk out with microphone wouldn't be very good, you know, like and then some ways it's almost like permission to let yourself feel the desire because you know it's not gonna lead to action that you can regret. Right. So you just kind of then you can really get in there and pushing it away. It has you U2.. Yes, exactly. I'm not a fief. That's right. I got really speaks to me like, look at me. I'm kind of being very selfish right now. Right? Have a desire to be very right now. And you just kind of the gap, what a beautiful idea? Yeah, not the clothing store. My desires to go to the gap. That's just how white bread I am. That's lovely, truly lovely. What do you feel good. So generous with your time much or you can travel Buddhist..

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"bahir" Discussed on Free Cookies

Free Cookies

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on Free Cookies

"You and we're going to see what happens. And so then he and I would meet and we would like pick a different beach in Bali. That's not hard, and we would sit across each other Indian style and we would close our eyes and we actually learned all about each other by meditating and telling the other person who they were like, who? Without world without. Yeah. And then we would, then we would actually talk about what we were seeing them, what we're we're getting and we would validate with the other person that we were getting was accurate. And and so it was it was like we would drive our motorbikes to a secluded place in communicate and it was wild. Is that an exercise? I mean, I have so many questions, but if someone wanted to cultivate, let's say they do possess even a sixteenth of the raw talent that u. s. at the time, do you think of two people regularly sat with each other like Kate and I were sitting and we closed our eyes and I'm just telling her apple, apple app. Penis can do it. Or whatever. That's all right. Do you think with time and practice, she would know that I was trying to send her that. Yeah, and I think like the gifts of telepathy because that's what we're talking about. Right. That's a fifth shocker gift, the gift of telepathy that some people have it in. Some people may not have it and just different intuition. It's different. It's an median piece of intuition. It's all a piece of it, but it all the skills are a little bit different. So someone who has an actual pension for telepathy which is also the way animals communicate. They communicate in pictures. You can communicate with your animals that way. But with anything like playing the piano, it's it's all practice. Sure. You have a natural talent level for it muscles, right? Right. And you could be a project prodigy, prodigy protege genius the Bahir. No. And in the more you practice it, the better you're gonna get. You can also have zero skills more. You practice at the better you going to get, but you have different sort of places where you can peaks that you can reach. So how do you. A use this skill now. So I I, it runs my everyday life. I okay. I feel like I need to make a distinction between psychic and intuitive. Yes, please. Okay. So psychic. I look at as raw information that's coming in all the time. We are all psychic. There is no one who's not psychic. We're getting bombarded with information energy, right energy is defined as information that moves. That's it. That's what energy is information that moves vibrates, and so we're getting bombarded with that. That is psych ISM. We are all psychic if we develop boundaries around it and we understand what we're getting, or we understand how not to get what we don't want that I define is in tuition right? Psych ISM with boundaries. I'll see about news all boundaries. Yeah, but psychics someone who the casual person would define a psychic. That's just someone who receives the same. Formation that we all receive but speaks the proper language to be able to articulate it. Yeah, a psychic. Yes. Yeah. And we're all psychic people who Bill themselves as like psychic or psychic medium, right? Yeah, I think it's, it's really just sort of semantics to everyone makes his differentiation. I do, but I think it's. I feel like there's a difference in reading someone's energy field with where they are that feels psychic versus the intuition of being able to channel through other sources of information that can bring about a little more little more knowledge. How does sometimes it just the general population skepticism about the existence of intuition, medium ships, psychic. Like how does that land with you? Are people always trying to test you? You know, you tell if they're like, I what shirt color my wearing. If you're over the phone or something stupid like, okay, so all the time. So I think people do test. I remember when I first started out there was a woman who came a client who came and she was asking she was trying to really figure out a friendship that wasn't working well for her, and I can feel if if someone tells me a name, I can totally feel the energy of the person and tell you all about them and what they're thinking or who they are right. Anything emotions..

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"bahir" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"Definitely want a great desert combined the two share Bahir essential. We are starting a movement. We're looking for people who don't predict the future. They create, they don't dream. They dare to do. Essential is supercharged ionized alkaline water that powers your thirst for life and helps you do all the things that make you extrordinary if you want to get the most out of life, join the movement and become part of the ascension nation. If you like our podcast, you're going to love brandy, Glanville unfiltered, joined brandy each week as she talks from the inside about pop culture, fashion, and celebrity gossip. She sharing it all with the world. So don't miss second of it checkout brandy Glanville unfiltered at podcast, one and apple podcast. Also remember to rate and review. We need to discuss your tattoos also because that's something I feel like that is that Hollywood knew it looks fresh. It's about a year hopefully gives me. I think that is the newest one. I just got such good is this word here we're talking for listeners is there is some fresh sleeves like. Working on these for four years now. So it takes a long time. I got the two one, five for Philly, slash my hero. I got another slash right here and then I got the Hollywood because I always wanted Hollywood my whole life, and then I got it. And I was like this week. Oh, you don't like it now? I think it's pretty. It's not that I don't like I've become accustomed to it. I thought it was going to be very different because I, I grew up reading tabloid magazines and like it was just like my life like it was all over the bathroom in my house and like my mom. Did you see what happened with? This is nothing dude. I wanna live this. That's me and my mom, mom, mom. Hi, mom, she's listening. Yeah, hi, mom. I used to tell people in summer school. I'll be like, you know, me on the cover us. We were school. I love maybe like cover us weekly, bro. I'm telling you, I, I literally I lived in a one bedroom. Babies now way. Oh, he's in love. You. Oh..

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"bahir" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

"And what's it called be oh yeah you're right became who me well that's terrible bahir will we care should we're both on the awhile cardi by over there this whole you know for whatever reason you decided to retire from podcasting and you know all the wonderful things that you do you can always you know go back to stripping like party so it's fine i look like the game while that's crazy you see a butterflies first of all i don't need any gang members to run up on you where we're in public so take that back male stripper references we have to you know our call the family tomorrow we'll talk to you we need to sit down with joel off i cannot be defending you when you are dissing active gang members especially especially community i don't have to call they know more bro you want me to have to exhaust my y g phone call privileges just to give safe stangl i'm good i'm good nellie we in arbor you saw whatever his name is take a how she ninety six what am i thought you about of of the big boat menu i think i hate saying his name and xxx tend to lines whatever's name was xxx of yard well i have man's wakes good music the xxx you know the thing is there may be whatever is name at the talk where i my issue with xxx tentacles is an artist like on him is that while he makes you know pretty good you know music he's a problematic character in real life it's like you you have multiple artists that are problematic in real life but they're super super talented we just mentioned more on hill which i'm not to make light of her you know her mental instabilities on you know heard personal issues that she's been dealing with for the past decade or longer but there are people that are just problematic like you know the person that is always compared to michael jackson dancing wise is one of them you know who leaves very problematic comments under his exgirlfriend's you know.

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Broadcom to buy back up to $12 billion of shares

02:12 min | 3 years ago

Broadcom to buy back up to $12 billion of shares

"On bloomberg radio all right everybody time for your movers and shakers on this thursday afternoon i'm carol massar dave wilson bloomberg stocks columnist also in the house gonna talk about some of the movers on this thursday afternoon let me just take a look better headline crossing broadcom reporting a twelve billion dollars share buyback authorization plan quick check on broadcom shares and we see the stock check here it is up up up up of about two and a half percent the after hours so we could be watching into the friday traits again announcing a big bob by back twelve billion dollars a buyback authorization plan coming on the heels of the deal for qualcomm that fell apart because the trump administration wouldn't let them by the company so this is what they're doing with their money yeah right all right s and p five hundred taking a look at the index three hundred fifty four names higher today one hundred and fifty one lower dave wilson i went to l brands your number one decliner in the s and p five hundred home to brands such as victoria's secret pink also henri bendel and also what does it bath and body works anyway number one decline in the s and p five hundred l brands saying in their prerecorded monthly sales call that the earlier easter this year will hurt total company april comp sales by two to three point also saying that total company merchandise margin was down to last year below company expectations with a significant decline victoria secret margin was quote about flat at bath and body works so stock down four point six percent this stocks getting creamed this shared david's down about forty percent so far in twenty eighteen talk about stock that got creamed i'm gonna tell about the biggest game of the s and p five hundred now that sounds kind of counterintuitive bahir me out it's a company called insight last week the stock plunged twenty three percent because they were working to combine a drug with merck's key trudeau as a treatment for melanoma didn't work out study results showed as much.

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"bahir" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on WTMA

"You have an overreaching federal government because of the money that you allow them to have because you believe you get services back the more they will eventually control your life and the more they there's an arrogance that exists in a government that is further away from you republicans don't see that anymore that's a danger that comes from conservatives whenever we bring up debt whenever we bring up the the power of the federal government by the purse strings that still the republican party wishes for them to have today let's put it this way two years ago phones would be off the hook now silence so there's a lot of things not there's a lot of things i like when i became a talk show host my first couple of years i thought the nation was going in the opposite direction when it came to gun control that i wish to go in and over the period of almost three decades the nation has reverse that and even with the liberal mindset that exists today and the socialist mindset that exists today to a greater extent than i believe at any time in in most of my lifetime because the thought process was still there when i guess when i was born in the late nineteen fifties but in the in the thirties the socialist mindset was very big in this country so there's the blows that we go through we tend to think that wow things are worse than they've ever been right now debt wise maybe but in in in other ways they're not the second amendment has never been stronger in our lifetime that's a good thing so i can go back and forth and i can look at the good things i can look at the bad things and i can still say that things aren't changing as quickly as i want but i understand me being unnecessarily enraged is not going to change that let me give other example very quick example of a friend facebook trend bob bahir said he who know who i'm talking about in north carolina posted the other day about i if it was about the eye whether he was relating to the millennial poll that showed by two to one margin millennials are democrats and has basic point was thanks go ahead be democrat go ahead.

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"bahir" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Controversial figure in the country severi regions in this very difficult moment do you accept the shade together with the lights when one describes her character since i do i do i accept that there was control of ac that followed as well as her role in the heroic struggle against apartheid no i mean look we need what's on their side of the people she was never by those who sought to distract own cost to fight for freedom by you see all the things that could never be tested because she believed that has watched the fight for humanity speaking to us live from south africa marking the death of winnie madikizelamandela and that's an idiot for new state but stay tuned to the world service in nineteen minutes time dan damon bahir with world update damn what's coming up cosmopolitan magazine has been removed from the checkout aisles by wool mart and the reason is according to those who who've been behind the campaign to have this done is that it's much the same as playboy at sexualize isn't especially young children one of those behind that campaign is haley halvorsen from the national center on sexual exploitation bubblegumpink ended has disney channel stars on the cover but when you open it up it's actually a very adult magazine it's filled with really graphic descriptive articles encouraging its young readership should you things like engaging sexting and pornography but we'll hear another view which is that this is opening up discussion of sex in the way that needs to be done to stop being so shamefaced about it also dozens of newly discovered giant dinosaur footprints on a scottish island hoping to shed light on the jurassic reptiles either lucien one hundred and seventy million year old tracks were in a muddy lagoon off the northeast of what is now the sky but in those days was probably joined by swamp to europe or so they look terrific just looking at picture we don't do enough fossils and dinosaurs on this program i used to do too many in particular and an editor past little drawer liners nemo dinosaur diners yeah absolutely terrific stores and they look then leaves certainly very largely beautiful shape anyway i shall be listening in the kitchen and ninety minutes don don on the dinosaurs on willed update distribution of the bbc world service in the united states is made possible by american public media producer and distributor of award winning public radio content apm american public media with support from dana farber cancer institute with more than eight hundred clinical trials underway so patients have more options more at danafarber dot org slash beatcancer.

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