21 Burst results for "Bahir"

"bahir" Discussed on Against The Odds

Against The Odds

05:58 min | 7 months ago

"bahir" Discussed on Against The Odds

"Weeks roll by and the kidnappers move Jessica and Paul to another makeshift camp. It looks almost exactly like the last. Jabril tells Jessica, the negotiators have restarted. But by mid December 2011, the kidnappers seem no closer to reaching an agreement than they were before Jessica's call with Eric. But she knows things are serious when they bring in the chairman. His name is Bashir. He's a thick man in his 30s with a large bald head. She knows he's the boss by the way he storms around the camp. Barking orders into his cell phone. And roughing up the younger kidnappers. Bashir's eyes have a coldness. But not as cold as the eyes of his sidekick. Jessica isn't even sure of his name. She calls him the henchman. He's big, like Bashir. His clothes are dirty, and he has no teeth. There's a permanent rage in his Bloodshot eyes. The only English word he knows is fucking. He uses it to express anger, and he's angry a lot. One afternoon, the mood is grim. Jessica figures they didn't get the money off her they wanted. And whenever that happens, someone has to pay. Jessica cries as bahir pushes Paul around the camp at gunpoint. When the henchmen hears Jessica sobs, he grabs his AK-47 and marches over to the mat. He points the gun in her face. He screams at her to stop crying in Somali. He doesn't know how to say it in English, so he shakes the gun in her face, yelling, fucking, over and over again. In that moment, something in Jessica snaps. She's so tired of the yelling, the constant threats, the fear. It's one power move after the.

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Thousands of Lawful US Residents Left in Afghanistan

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:33 min | 1 year ago

Thousands of Lawful US Residents Left in Afghanistan

"Cards are available and there are thirteen to fourteen million of them in the united states. For any number of reasons you can be the family member of an american citizen. You can be a religious worker. You can be an afghan who worked for the united states anytime for at least a year on the international security assistance mission for a year. You have gotten your green card that way you can mean. International broadcasting can be a member of an international organization. We don't know who those thousands of green card members are but david drucker. It made it to your paper. The washington examiner yesterday. The big story of the lincoln hearing was the green card number thousands of waffle. Us resonance left in afghanistan. Were you surprised by that. No not necessarily. I mean i think the larger issue here or you know the issue here he is. Does the administration know exactly. How many are there. They are is it. Thousands and thousands is it the low thousands The issue is one. We left them there but second do know who they are. David i have to disagree with you after three weeks. Four weeks of hearing about one hundred americans then bahir blankets at well. We have thousands of green card holders. Hey they're americans. They have legal permanent residents here. Like duane said next door neighbors a bread. Who married in american adam. The engineer chief engineer here his mom's canadian. Pr lp are everywhere. I mean they just left him right. And i think that's i think that's the larger issue but i also think it's important that the administration either knows who they left. Were doesn't know who they're left in. Are they being candid. Especially in these hearings earrings with what they know in decisions. They made in one of the things. I would like to see out of the senate today that i didn't really see out of the house yesterday as some really incisive pointed questionings with let's grandstand in so the administration either starts to talk about decisions. Made and what. The situation on the ground is more just simply reveals that it was as haphazard inside as it looked on the outside and they don't really know what's going on but i think it's important for the american public to understand that i definitely important for congress understand that to put the proper amount of pressure on the administration and at least be able to talk about this in a real way.

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"bahir" Discussed on For Her Empire Podcast

For Her Empire Podcast

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"bahir" Discussed on For Her Empire Podcast

"Know i said okay. I am going to do it. Retreats every eight weeks. I'm not going to miss every eight weeks. And i haven't missed a haven't missed one every eight weeks and i'm going to double the results every eight weeks every eight weeks. I'm going to double revenue. We did not double every time but about about Two thirds of the times that we did a retreat. We w we have some flats. We miss says. Most of the times we double the revenue who can now sometimes we tripled. Sometimes we could quadruple but thank you. Thank you very sweet We sat then. We said okay. So the eight weeks right like every eight weeks. I'm going to do retreat. How do i make sure that they get the results number one. I scheduled my time off every eight weeks. I take ten days off. I shutdown my phone. I shut down my computer. And i give myself the space. You completely disconnect from business induced some shadow work. Do some spiritual work to do some work on my inner resistance myself sabotage on my mind set on my vacationing on my road. Mapping the next eight weeks and this is then non-negotiable people who don't do that to do all the work but none of the slowing down. Don't get results right. You got have time to let that sink in To have time to call out the things that are holding you back out of your subconscious do the shadow walk. Do the transformational work. And that's our responsibility is a business owner because again Business is a tool for spiritual transformation. Why bahir we're not here to accumulate. Make money save up for a beautiful house. You know so fine. But you can't take that with you you know we're here to transform transcend In businesses the perfect tool to that. But you gotta take the time to let the business do that for you. look at all the triggers. Look at what's happening in business. And instead of saying oh this doesn't work. That doesn't look the outside my clients me bam charging to let them know i look at inside what's happening. What is the resistance about. What is the lack of results about right and do the healing. So that's i do that every week. Eight every week eight. We shut down the company. My staff isn't working either. Everybody's doing or work the spiritual work right and then the rest of the weeks. We'd know exactly week by week day by day. What is the goal. What are the numbers we have to hit. What are the metrics we have to hit. We say we're going to have a thousand people registered for the retreat. At the beginning we started like okay. I wanna have two hundred.

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"bahir" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"bahir" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"This is a little more compact as you can tell. It's very small. I'm looking for something i can. This is about the size of a headphone case. That i could carry around with me because some day. I dream of doing the tech guy show from from a cruise ship from a boat from the middle of the ocean. That's probably not we. We recorded the airplane. Geeks live at the user hod smithsonian institution's gauzy center aerospace museum on neat. I love that. That's my favorite museum. All we do it every year. They have innovations in flight. Well they didn't have it this year but we do it every year from in front of the allegation be twenty nine. That is an amazing. It's such a big museum. They have the space shuttle in there. They have a blackbird are sixty one in their ads. An amazing place. I love that place. Beautiful they have an sst. they've got the concrete there. Wow they've got the i seven seven. That was actually a role was done in demonstration of an allied jumbo jet in the museum. That's how big it is three. Hang mica one more thing. Yes sir yes sir. A couple of weeks ago. I asked if you could get the Mp3 stream available. And i was hoping to find him in the show notes and it wasn't there Because i'm trying to use my cc. Wifi radio. three and put in. I think we found. We found one for you. I don't know why it didn't get to the show notes now. I'm gonna have to remember because patrick della handy. Our boss our engineering guy. because that's the boss Said i think it's twit dot tv slash was at listen dot xml. Now i'm now. I can't remember but Yes put it in the show notes this week. Maybe if somebody if somebody remembers and writes down. I don't do the show notes. That's the problem. I have people who do it. And of course you do my mic. Always a pleasure. It's seventy one i. I'm sorry i wasn't. Is the the the blackbird right. The first stealth fighter thank you. Mike thank you. So i will find that information for you. We do have an mp. Three or m. Three's stream but for the life me i can't remember the url friends we've run out of time. I don't know how this happens. Every week we run out of time. And i'm just getting started but i'll tell you what i'll come back next week. Let's do it all over again. Maybe there'll be an apple event this week. I don't think so. I think it's going to be a week from tuesday. That's my guess. Have a wonderful labor day weekend. We will talk about whatever's going on the tech world next week. Professor laurel bahir to kim shafir. I hope you will be. Don't forget every weekend leo. Laporte the tech guy and during the week. Monday through friday. My podcast network. We continue to talk about tech twit dot tv and of course the show notes for this show at tech guy. Labs dot com all right. I.

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"bahir" Discussed on The Cut

The Cut

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"bahir" Discussed on The Cut

"Mariam discovered a stem. I put on november seventh and i took shahada love november for the two thousand fourteen. Oh wow and so yeah. If super-quick and like while i fully believed in slam i still didn't know exactly what all his job and encompassed and so it was like a very big jolt and change and my whole wardrobe high change. Because you know before. I'm wearing fish. Nets as pants. And then now i'm job and you know i was saying dina tokyo online. Now is seeing these other roles on tumbler specifically at that moment and on youtube and they were so beautiful and i so desperately wanted to be probably community. This is when i first met mariam online on tumbler. About six years ago there was actually this whole nisha girls on the site where we'd hype each other up and are cute. Outfits and openly share feminist takes on religion and. Mary became enchanted by that. And i remember that prime being so worlwide for me. That was probably the fact that i wanted to be that so bad. I wanted to be the biggest mistake. Free baddest bitch his job. He on like there was an so to see women doing that. I can be like wow. And so he was like a representation. Of what i could strive for then about twenty sixteen social circle. She'd originally met on. Tumbler started migrating to instagram. And it was there that mariam started regularly uploading her cute hijab outfits and they picked up steam real quick. Her page was the place that i went to for. Good drafting tips. So number one tep is to know your measurements. Your actual measurements not. This is by two thousand eighteen. She had around thirty thousand followers. And i am happy. That i get to share my fits. I wanna see my outfit. He or she is in. I complained all today. When how hot i was so morris fully covered in mice and that was what i did i loved it and made me feel so good and it was fun but being hijab influencer with her faith and fashion intersecting as part of her growing brand. It got complicated fast. Being on instagram really may confront a lot of things because people will continue to answer questions for them that i could never answer questions really for how to be happy with her job. I don't feel like that's an answer or anyone ever has like only you can answer that question in these types of questions from her followers. How can i be happy with her. Job started to trigger something in her. People are looking to me for answers. Help that i could never give like for one thing. Why are people come to me. These kinds of questions matters of men are things that you should be asking a faith leader bahir you are addressing your religious guidance with a twenty two year old fashioned blogger like no pressure. I get these dams like professing their love for me. These paragraphs of text about people's timing. That i bring them so much hope and love and like they get the day because i posted in. It's like if i fail. This person is telling me that they're going to go through a massive emotional low but more importantly mariam realized that she hadn't yet developed answers to the hard questions for herself. She realized that she'd gotten so caught up in being a hijab e that she never fully understood what hijab served her personally and that started a period of intense self-reflection for mariam. There was never going to be any happiness. Unless i worked to understand myself more and that was the very beginning of and i realized that i had used his job to cover my trauma. I wanna stop here and say that mariam doesn't want to talk about the details of that trauma and so we're not gonna get into them here. What you need to know is that mariam realized that wearing hijab was linked in her mind with some experiences that she was trying very hard to move past and because of that she needed to figure out her relationship with her job all over again but with tens of thousands of people watching. It wasn't that simple. And i didn't want to mention it to everyone because at that point admitting that i was so unhappy with it meant failure. Yeah admit failure not just to me into my friends but to fifty thousand plus or that point time over sixty thousand people and who i knew were predominantly muslim. You were so many other hedge. Avi girls who looked at me in saw hope. I love that affection. That joy. And i knew that you know that was going to be ripped and so like i try to keep it under wraps and people would all the time though they'd be like how do you find happiness new job and i remember one time someone asks me in acuna. I was doing on stories and niger's through my phone and started to scream. Because i was like i don't i don't love it like i'm not the person for you and i couldn't handle it. I was like this is not me a hint And so. I took multiple days. And i was like i have to make a decision and then i finally did. I was like i can't continue that. I had to make the decision you know. Am i going to tell instagram. But i took off. There was a point in time. where do i lie. Do i take off and person first and then still continue to post on instagram. But i knew i couldn't do that. I couldn't keep up that. Why and so then. I was like you know what i'm going to just post on my story. And and so i did. And oh god. Was it horrible. I remember when this happened. The moment mariam's first selfie where she wasn't wearing hijab showed up on my feed. My breath caught. Because i what was about to happen and scrolling through her comments. I saw one person say with a bunch of sad face emojis. I am so sad. I have lost my inspiring hijab icon and twelve. Likes on that comment. I felt my heart sank. Because this is just how it was. With dina i hate women. Like dina they are messed up and they make islam look that she took a hijab to be in hell with sister and mom so a year before mariam did this dina tokyo the original influence. Or who inspired me mariam's zara and her millions of followers to be fashionable hijab. He's also stopped wearing hijab and the fallout from that was horrifying to watch. Did you watch that hour long video. And it's dina. Tokyo called the bad the worse and the ugly and just dina reading comments. Yeah of that people will leave on her page. I think before. And after she took off the hejab like the the kinds of things people say about her and her husband and her family like the things that they wish upon her it is just. It's vial told her mandates on for more money she might as well just get naked and show us you boots off why not. It's parts of the unveiling rights law no dignity. I swear when is the secret lingerie line coming out. Can't wait to see them on that. Vote of hers. I thought myself law in her. Because i did i would get continuously similar comments. Mdm's and it was constant questioning and it's constant dehumanisation. They're telling you to go kill yourself or that your whole person or that. They get hunted down and raped.

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"bahir" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine

Maureen From Quarantine

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"bahir" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine

"It's kind of a cool thing to do to always be evolving opie learning and then even reaching out Learning from my guests on my podcast. And that's kind of a cool thing to do those be Learning and being of service so It's just very very simple. Bahir right now. Maybe it's musical instruments. Yeah i could keep going. Maybe maybe this time and the good news is And that's the other thing too Maybe learning some fun because humor is always a great goto being silly. And maybe it's a dance and maybe some silly joke that you want to tell the kids. That's just fun and pure silliness so and so maybe it's something very cool to that will no matter what it is but a lot of it will always be incorporated into the life force and your own persona no matter what so that again rather than sitting in stealing or expecting the world to cater to you where moving forward with making do with what we have in terms of living in the solution and taking those baby steps cans it feels like two steps forward one step back and that's okay if we have days where it's not we're not always into that zone because that's part of the perfect process being imperfect my note the other day that.

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"bahir" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"bahir" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"Be opinion. Line on courts ninety-six. Fm good morning tj. Let's the atmosphere like third this morning. I actually qatar to take it in. This is the life of your the club and every characters blowing arms and just everybody likes it for that and bringing home the gold. I mean i think when we were watching it in the in the hours of this morning you know. The lads seem to have done their tactic that they always do they were kind of holding back a base but then they just came in at the last minute which really just adds to the excitement when you're watching the race rowing is different too. That's actually have probably unique style in that the to practically even splits so every five hundred meters. They're going to him speed. That's what happens is cruise quote fast to try and get eight of them and hold ahead of them whereas just going to sam speed so by halfway up pulling up the and for the second half pulling away from them. Germans put in a great performance last night to try and called hold us as long as they could technique that seems to work for them under semi believe technique that's being watched by rowers. All over the world is now. Yeah yeah it's like. It's that's like a set a world record tonight before the semi finals so technique. Close to two years goes improv three years. So it's a take me 'cause working the rest strategy is very good. And there's nobody can live with paul and gary off into nor anyone wants to get into that swing you know for anyone who is in the last night watching this moment where they will must've been a huge excitement from her for the so approach bahir last night after club with Like william tober only fifty years undergo and one of the club phone with us last night..

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"bahir" Discussed on WTH Podcast

WTH Podcast

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"bahir" Discussed on WTH Podcast

"What the fuck. That's the that's how it starts. What the hell. Because they could use longer than eight seconds of proud to be an american owned. They can use the whole thing. I you know. I i wanna know this who ever. That was kareem. And i hope. I hope that brother got paid. That is clearly an african american gentlemen voicing that open they got a he better have gotten paid bahir near a lot of black people on the outrage Detroit's eight train getting paid. It says well. I mean i guess they're probably thinking well fuck him i'll take his money So here's what i wanna point out. Is there anybody in the universe that sounds like a bigger whiny crybaby than this guy crazy but when you hear open borders. How about open borders all this stuff. The only people who say open borders are conservative pundits and republicans. Who are trying to scare you. No one is offering open borders at all. It's a fucking scare tactic. Boo opinion is no way they win elections without cheating. There's no way no way well. Your opinion doesn't matter because we have we have a lot of A lot of indications that they won one by getting way more votes we more votes Lost Well he's in arizona and they've got a republican governor there. His name is doug ducey and Well this is the sound of doug ducey getting thrown under the trump bus and she fights you governor. Who doesn't do a damn thing. She's fighting damn cure woman. Kelli ward kelly. I called up kelly resume. I said why wouldn't the governor won an audit it shows. You know maybe maybe everything will prove to be correct which we know what happened okay but it did everything even this half ass monkey fucker outfit. That that did their weird thing couldn't find anything they hold. They hold the ballots off to montana. Some fucking cabin. The guy who is running like everything seems okay said. Why wouldn't this governor. Doug ducey you know when i did rallies when i did rallies he always wanted to be in the front row circuit. You mentioned my name place or i'll mention. I doubt that. I really out that i did these rallies and he wasn't very popular but he won by a lot because he ran against a very defective candidate which they found out after they nominated that democrat but introduce them and i wouldn't. That's what happened with joe biden. He won because he ran against a really effective candidate. Eighteen hundred percent takes like recognizes like much applause to get a lot of booze. And i kept saying you know. This guy's not very popular but now you know what he's not popular with me either. I'm sure he has problems sleeping at night with that. With that bit of knowledge so next i who who talks like that. Who talks about like like is this folk high school. I mean the problem his constituency thinks like they like to think about their high school. May when i was in high school right. So i went to see don with in the yahu right. Yeah comedian pops from So i went to see him and he did the most amazing thing for me as a comment. So the key people from shouting out. All his tagline through his whole set he just went through one by one at the beginning very beginning to set like he hit every tagline that you had ever done at the very beginning this at the get the shit out of the way. Let let let them let them yell. Wild and crazy guy and be done with it. Yes this is what this reminds me of and not not a massive. Like he did. This is a fucking lazy version of that. Trump is the lazy version of everything. Yeah i'm gonna be. Oh and he's like like he's not even going by this he's just remembered as he talks. Oh yeah supposed to talk about that. Let me say that. He went on to bash mitch mcconnell to who got booed as well next he. He talked about the big lie. The big lie they call it. You know what's the big lie. The opposite is the big lie. No no no. It's not no it's just not just not fuck that guy. I don't wanna hear anymore of that. Aaron rupar who live who live action. Live tweeted this. This one is just. He just writes irony. Just suffered a mortal wound losses selection. I could handle it pretty easily when they steal it from you and really get. That's not easy and we have to fight. We have no choice by by. Yeah yeah so fine. It's okay to cry but it's not okay wine without a doubt on my daughter about that a lot right right so i just want to so. This rally happened on july twenty fourth. Twenty twenty one. The last time we really heard anything of note from hillary clinton was november of twenty sixty. This.

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"bahir" Discussed on I Love Sleep

I Love Sleep

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"bahir" Discussed on I Love Sleep

"And when she had finished her sister kissed her and said it was a curious dream. Dear certainly the now run into your team is getting late so alice got up and ran off thinking while she ran as well she might. What a wonderful dream had been but her sister side still just as she left her leaning her hand on her head watching the setting sun and thinking little alice and all her wonderful adventures east till she to began dreaming after a fashion. And this was her dream i. She dreamed of little alice herself. And once again the tiny hands were classed upon her knee. And the bride. Eager eyes were looking up into hers. She could hear the very tones of her voice and see those lid till toss of her head to keep back. The wandering hair would always get into her eyes and still as she listened or seem to listen the whole place around her became alive with strange creatures of little sisters dream. The long grass rustled at her feet as the white rabbit. Hurried by the frightens. Mouse smashed his way through the neighboring pool. Chicken here the rattle of the teacups march hair and his friends share their never ending you. Michelle voice of the queen offer unfortunate gets to execution more. The pig baby was sneezing. On the duchess's knee plates and dishes crashed around it. Once more the shriek of the growth in the squeaking the lizard slight pencil and choking of the suppress guinea-pigs fail the air mixed up with the distance sobbed of the miserable. Mock turtle so. She sat on with closed eyes and half believed herself in wonderland. She knew she had to open them again. And all would change too dull reality. The gas would only be rustling in the wind and the pool of rippling to the waving of the reads the rattling teacups which hanes to tinkling sheep. Bells and the queen's shrill cries the voice of shepherd boy miss news of a baby shriek of the griffin. And all the other strange noises would change who she knew the confused climber the busy farmyard by the lowering of the cattle in the distance would take the place the mock turtles heavy songs lastly. She pictured herself this same. Little sister of hers would in the after turn bahir salvo grown woman and how she would keep through all her riber years the simple and loving heart of her childhood and how she would gather about her other little children and make their eyes brighten eager with a strange tale. Perhaps even with the dream of wonderland long ago and how she would feel with all their simple sorrows and find the pleasure in all their simple joys remembering her own child life and the happy summer days the and.

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"bahir" Discussed on Women Who Sarcast

Women Who Sarcast

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"bahir" Discussed on Women Who Sarcast

"Episode and to kind of explain and help people understand the different types and meaning of sarcasm and to help me. I found this article on your dictionary. Dot com have no clue what the website is Who does it what it's about so take all of this with a grain of salt because after all it is sarcasm and sarcasm gets bad rap because people think it's negative in its anger and it's defensive and it's offensive shouldn't do it because it's mean and i tend to disagree with that because sarcasm has its place and it's all about the context and tone where you use it when you use it. It's all the timing and it can be ironic and could be satirical. It can be something to release the tension in a situation. Bahir it all the time. We say it all the time whether we know it or not and someone who has dry humor is sarcastic and mainly people use sarcasm to say the opposite of what's true to make someone look or feel foolish. I use it not to do that but to make people laugh or like i said kind of lighten the mood if it's tents or people taking things so seriously and i also make fun of myself. So it's not always the other person that gets the brunt of my sarcasm in granted. There is sarcasm. that can be bitter in definitely mean-spirited. I'm not saying that isn't out there. And through the years. As i've been told that my sarcasm can be biting. I've kind of learned in am learning to think about what i'm going to say i before i say it but it doesn't always happen that way and you know i'm not perfect and if it sarcasm is directed towards you then you probably deserved it anyway on the leave that they're so. Apparently there are four different types of sarcasm and summer. Easier to catch kit john than others. But i didn't even realize there were four actual types and categories. But as i'm reading this it totally makes sense. Because i've done all four of them and i don't say before i say something sarcastic i don't think about. Well should i do like a self deprecating or should. I do a juvenile. You know. I don't think of it that way. Most of the time. It just blurt out. I don't even think about it just comes out and then i'm either backtracking or it just goes over the person's head or or we laugh so personally as far as how. I exercise my sarcasm. I don't think i purposely go out to hurt people but i do practice sarcasm on a regular basis. It's just in my dna and it's it is what it is in. Its there. So the four types of sarcasm is self deprecating. This is where you poke fun at yourself deadpan. Which is sarcasm given in a serious tone which some people don't necessarily pick up. This is the type of sarcasm that if you don't really know sarcasm. You're not quite sure if the person's being serious or they're joking. And i get that a lot because i'll say something with a straight face and it's sarcastic and people just kind of looked at me like are you kidding or was. Are you serious so when i see that happen and their face then i'll say i'm just kidding or that was a joke or just teasing you. The next type is brooding saying the opposite of what you mean. An irritated tone in the fourth type is juvenile which is an obnoxious statement. That might come across as annoying so to better understand sarcasm. This website has some decent quotes that people use on a daily basis in sarcastic. Remarks aren't meant to be taken seriously. So and i think that's why i exercise sarcasm is to lighten the mood or kinda. Give the other person a clue as to like lighten up. This isn't serious but sometimes it doesn't work but i'm always trying to drive home a point so a couple of examples is when something does go wrong. Or something's kinda shitty he kind of say well. That was awesome right because reality. It's not awesome but to be sarcastic that's awesome or like an example on this website. They say when someone puts on too much perfume though sarcastic remark would be nice perfume. How long did you marinate in it. And that's kind of like a deadpan slash.

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"bahir" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"bahir" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"You know being honest to with comedy and clinton aide pussy and it's like you know let it was a big liberal lunatic too but not until the emily's crank for years he wasn't like you don't really know right when i grew up like letterman. It's hard i think for younger people letterman so experimental acuity. Do crazy shit like they would do shows fucking like upside down like they would just be fucking bizarre do shows from kitchens new shows from like all over the place so again. I don't know i've liked conan a lot. I didn't walk over the last ten years. I'm sure he's a liberal. I have no fucking idea. No it doesn't talk about it. I'm sure his jokes on you. Know i'm sure. He made more jokes about trump with about biden. What the truth is like. And i know. Jerry doesn't like this other republican. The truth is a more jokes to make trump than there are biden right it's not newsworthy. And trump. like set you up for it you know in buying just some old feebles feel. I mean it's pathetic to watch the people making biden. Jokes are jerry and greg gut fell raised. You know clearly you know what their biases are right. Same on the other side. Yeah there should. There were republicans that made fun of trump. I think may not conservative radio. But i mean all like you know there are people that voted for trump. Still mock him. I think whereas is not the case you can mock him and still be like. Oh i like him as a president he does stupid shit but like with biden. I gue- i don't know this. I don't watch them. I get the sound. We're gonna play. Michael bahir wednesday. He's he's a great comedian may many great comedians. Laugh over it was very. It was much quieter ride this morning. Because i didn't give him any. Nfl can ammo. Might just yeah. Okay sure you in joke by joke. The amount of laugh the sound of the laugh. We're gonna get mom logs of all three of these guys may be on vacation. It's july but if they're around let's see. I want your co bear. Yup jimmy and jimmy. I want to hear what they're what they're doing now. And i bet you they won't be a single f not a single laugh not a guffaw. I does not one larry's so wendy williams. I mean this is old but i wanna play real quick. Because it's kind of fun. You guys did this on your show right. Yeah okay so who died a. I don't know if you didn't say that. But now they know by now anyways. but some tic tac star. Okay some tar. Like a rapper sway or something okay okay. Well there you go. We're paying the same respect. I want to say anything before. We get into it but he did. A podcast in the case had more listeners than his podcast. You're no who is guy is so here's what anyway. So i guess it's just crazy. I don't know she's wacked. She hates turns. Her stern turn caller iraq faced..

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"bahir" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"bahir" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"Particularly the macaroni Ice cream. i mean there's been some great ice cream stunts in the past I mean we have heston blumenthal bahir. He's one of the most acclaimed chefs in the world. He launched his restaurant with his snail. Porridge ice cream some twenty years ago. But i don't know that was a stunt because it supposed to taste great and he kept on the menu to ten years and lots of people get samplers birds. It gave people something to writes about when he started. I right mitch. Became a real calling card for him and we actually taking his game. We created the world's first breast milk ice cream for a company called. The ice cream is a few years ago tonight. Colder the baby gaga which we launched in london had its highly tiny bit of breast milk. But that was enough to send the story all around the world. Say so to spot for that for that cross. It reminds me about some of the stuff that we've talked about ice cream that just really pulls marketers in. It seems it seems like it's something that's easy to produce and especially during the summer you're always i mean ice cream. Sort this evergreen thing and especially with national ice cream day coming up. We can kind of expect for a lot of brands to step forward with ice cream. That is viable and stuff. That is just shouldn't see the light of day kind of like the craft back issues. Ice cream of the their ice cream wasn't the only thing that kind of alarmed. My taste buds us because didn't airheads also enter the chicken sandwich race with a chicken sandwich. Otherwise look tasty if the bun wasn't made of airheads so that sends it in a very different direction than what we've seen come out of the chicken sandwich worse but it allows them to participate in a conversation that they otherwise would have no business being in so in that way. It's very intelligent because this She can say which wars things sort of ongoing..

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"bahir" Discussed on Untung Ada Lebah

Untung Ada Lebah

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"bahir" Discussed on Untung Ada Lebah

"Remind me will be city luke. Luke agenda is a because of normandy town. An army shameless actor loosely. Within you look to do it with you too. Bye endings intel bahir nabbed. Ugly longoria Mostly with saturday do the youngest.

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"bahir" Discussed on Shiloh Truelight Church

Shiloh Truelight Church

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"bahir" Discussed on Shiloh Truelight Church

"Do not think that. I will accuse you two the father. There's one that accused with you. Even moses in whom you trust for had you believed moses. you would have believed me for. He wrote of me but if you believe not his writings how shall ye believe my words. Do not think that our accuse you two the father by not believing. Your works will come up before the father. There is one that accused with you the work he was talking about in that day. The work of moses the words of moses would condemn them. The words of god the father. Through jesus christ will condemn you and condemn me today. If we do not walk and be with him as we go through this life we must abide in his kingdom. We must put our faith and trust in him not a man but in him and walk blameless in spirit of the holy ghost like read some here today in in in roman cheer some. We'll read some gin with here. In the fifth chapter of romans he says therefore starting the first verse therefore being justified by faith have peace with god through our lord. Jesus christ by who. Also we have access by fay in into his this grace wherein we stand and rejoice in hope of the glory of god. And that's where we can all be. Today he was riding in talking to these people in us telling about what they had being justified by faith in jesus christ. Our life is justified. We have pace with god. Do you have peace with god today. Friends through our lord. Jesus christ that is the only way that we can have that peace is through our lord. Jesus christ by whom. Also we have access by faye and to this grace we have access to the power of god that we talked about in the very beginning. Where and we stand. We stand with confidence. We stand and rejoice in hope of the glory of god and not on and what is the glory of god but knowing that we have eternal life in god and not only so but we glory in tribulations also i think about that glory and tribulations we talked about someone going those tribulations and going through those dark dry places and man that we read about lassen talked about that. He went back to the house. City came out of seeking rans. Bahir paul saying we glory in tribulations..

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"bahir" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

Is The Mic Still On

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"bahir" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

"Is that once. One thing gets slapped on you all of those other things that you're fighting more than likely are going to stick to so i'm not necessarily disagreeing but these federal charges that he's going to be fighting some of these other state charges that he's going to be fighting. I think that they're going to stick and they'll extend that prison time outside of just the tiny known founding i i just i just don't have faith in the. Us go neither one for you and they were now. I'm less inclined. Look if he goes to jail for tax evasion. That's because that's all they could stick. They're not going to send the tax evasion and then later on the like. Oh by the way. Here's this other shit. I'm not gonna go for the big guns if they think that they can actually do less. They're concerned because this has been floated out that they're worried that he may not be able to keep the secrets the government. I did hear that i dare. He may be a national security risk. And that's the case they will lock his ass up but the thing is if they do something to him and he leaks those secrets. He'll be in jail forever. Pass routes because that's what they call that treason treason it's treason so yeah but i hope he does do that. I'd love to know some government secrets so to your point. Hey that people could be the one eight two for one special. Tell all about area area. Thirty one wants to jail last one floor as one nine five to I heard my little sisters aged. Ten and thirteen or talking about mechanism isn't over the thanksgiving holiday. Megan is missing. Oh well. I was visiting home from college. Bahir y'all's conversation. I've decided to ask why they washed it. How they heard about it. They both heard about it on tiktok and both watch. Because of truth or dare at a sleepover party is seems young girls using this movie as a challenge to creep each other out of course they believe israel thirteen and thirteen year old in his seeing what appears to be documentary. Footage footage By the way. Mike i get your point about this being in two thousand and six and you can skype etc but keep in mind. The girls watching this warm between two thousand six two thousand ten. And they don't know shit about blair witch skype. Yes is disturbing that all these girls and watching this. But that's the age. Every kid has access to everything no matter how old or fake it is. That's a good point. I don't think about the challenge part of true there. Yeah i didn't. I didn't know that that's why i was asking. That's what my initial question was wire kids doing this. Yeah so that makes a ton of. You're not being a very good big brother. If you're not telling your little sister that they're being stupid for believing i'm kidding..

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"bahir" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"A move. Now. When leads not even open. They haven't had a practice. Yet with the new offense, and his value isn't exactly skyrocketing and the Browns we always talked about how it felt as though there were way too many mouths to feed, so when there are but this is like the guy this is like when there's a coaching change made. College sports and a guy before play. His first practice for guy asked to be transferred last asked transfer. That's what were doing. David and Joe, who has not played a down For Kevin Stravinsky, and they've already determined I don't play for Kevin's van. Yeah, it is interesting in that respect that, you know, maybe there was already I don't see this being how it played out. Perhaps there is something where he's already been told through some back channels. Hey, you should probably expect to get Have reduced role since we already have Austin Hooper. Sure, however, one thing about Stefanski and what they did in Minnesota was they did a lot of too tight and sets. So I guess maybe he's just sort of assuming that doesn't really seem to make sense. But we'll see what happens there in Cleveland. We can talk a bit of n Bahir. Doug, I saw you tweet this article out Gordon Hayward. Looking Tio potentially leave the N BA bubble due to the birth of his fourth child. His wife is currently pregnant, he said. Quote. There will be a time if and when we're down there, and she's going to have the baby. I'm for sure going to be with her. We'll have to cross that bridge when we get there like we operate in this. What you here as a fan, unfortunately, is on ly what's being shared by players who don't want to go. And they're like, you know, I don't want to go because you can't bring my kid or like I'm not saying everything is going to be easy and seamless were China all working around something that hasn't been done before..

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"bahir" Discussed on Jeather's Random Stuff

Jeather's Random Stuff

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on Jeather's Random Stuff

"When we're done, okay. Well. That's what good friends we are. You. Are you ready for the store I found Oh. Yes, yes, okay. This is I'm going to tell you up front so that you're not disappointed at the end. WHAT THE HELL! This is an unsolved mystery. Oh, God. Are you ready for all my questions for that. You can't answer that, 'cause you know I. Always have a Zillion of those. We know after a while. I will just make up an answer because she needs cool. That's what I love about her I. Need An answer you she knows. Closure. Nfl I can just make it up and let her know then. Be Better for everybody involved because I'm not. GonNa. Stop asking. And worrying about what happens I. think that we can solve this mystery. Let's solve the mystery it's. Let's do it right. This. Incident occurred in Sumter County South Carolina. On August ninth, Nineteen, seventy six. Okay, so in the Hippie. HIPPIE era okay. Two. Bodies were found. Dead bodies on a man and a woman. And they had been shot. CASO so. The each had been shot three times. Each one of them. Once in the throat once in the chest, and once in the back one day Oh. That's so mean shooting on the head. I know right question. Yeah! Two shots from the front were they are the chest. The throat and the chess was that from the front, and then the one and then one in the backpack, so wow okay. Bye. I wouldn't be shot in the throat. Oral. Because you couldn't. For a lot of suffering. Yeah, I want to get a flush moon in the arm. K I just want to, I want the bullet to slightly grease. Grade. Just so I can say got I've been shot. To, say. Say Yeah. 'cause I figure. This is I can. I can handle that better. Don't aim for the throat. Graze my arm. Grays that arm good applicants dead on the floor. Even if you missed me I'd act like. Talk Yeah all right. And, they were shot with a three fifty seven revolver. Okay, that'd be so. That's a heavy duty. Okay, thanks, how many rounds nothing six six zero three. They just dump their whole handing. Out. Okay! All Right, so let me skip around to so low. Bahir actually did read this before getting on the podcast. Are you over achieving usually I see a headline. I clicked print. Off. Don't even look at it. Eight, hours today all this shit six. Every single. Oh. Eight hours. Away, no ten minutes before you got here. I was like Oh shit. We don't have a.

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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 | 2 years 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 Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

10:44 min | 3 years ago

"bahir" Discussed on Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

"What's the ask we need and then at the end you care about. He was doing I went. I'm you if you go into the meeting with that mindset it can sometimes be retention team minutes okay to leap so again. All about to the management culture. You'll save title for those meetings so if you're you know utilize people time for the best you training inefficient coming back to the food. I work at the radio. The objections even counted that people listening might be thinking that we can try and knock out yes. A lot of the objections ends. He's really about old mice about what the work actually is. For example I had end some bitty sang Reductions we come possibly shut down on the fifth day. Yeah I get it but again spot looking at Kenny work differently saucer. More efficient energy use technology acknowledgee to systemized processes that I had answered playoffs. Come back into the drive as you know. We didn't get the votes on Friday. I take shots and game syncing industries. They have a valid case. But it doesn't mean to say that they include flexible working so doesn't have to beat standardized spalding week. But stop thinking more flexibly an Adjani. CEO People's needs really is just a mindset con an I and Lions while not client. Somebody said looking at on linked ten they are recruitment consultancy. Say in the three months before always shifted to these four day week they communicated with our customers and this is what we can doing. Have you gotten objection. So nobody came out with anything and so they were Because they thinking customers will actually. The reality is customers just from a good service and he thought it was a AH mall institutionalizing really yeah. So maybe. If someone's listening they could explore if as a business owner certainly certainly explore the four day work and we can I think a lot of businesses. They appropriate welcome as well. Once you get your head around the fact that I know if I think about it I I'd be concerned Eh alive a very blended lifestyles. It's very blended working if sunny on Three and do a little bit later on or catch up tomorrow bit on Sunday but I think one of my apprehensions might be everyone else's out there hunting for business and I'm own my team on where rest on Friday whatever but actually is about working a small using assets business to work for you when you're not actually in your face and so i. I want to just come to time the last few minutes that we've got in your experience inch of working with these global corporations in fusco startups. How do you help? People get a little bit more time back. Better utilize their time whether they can have a four-day would I recall what Elston have to get people day. is she slow down to enable them to see his Ali. Soy even like. We've won't client this week. I actually down with a pod. chalks day that she got to really think about how you best utilize utilizing. We'll time so we cut said twenty cents during the twentieth century dating back and challenged them. Say Well you really the right person to be giving me. So how can we do this differently differently. meeting if you've got eight thousand you will find ways to fill in now awake groups but conscious complying the puzzle reliable. You got a new kitchen. Her the whole time mastery thing is actually about looking old. Oh time and saying what is going to add most value. Do you really need to be there. I mean Kenny delegates. All you being deceived Bahir arrive feeling like you need to be always present me involved in everything I mean. It's kind of like talking to the eka really in saying gee reading needs to be involved in this. Most of insomnia says well nigh so you really slow downs being out to step in you. You can't move on. Okay what the hacks vehicle I mean in terms of small working technologies a hindrance but it's also a healthy yet but there's a lot we can leverage intensive technology where talking across zoom is an example. Somebody wants to meet with me. Recent they are separate committed on zoom. That meeting lasted about twelve minutes. The hotdog reach to face to face. We probably would have expanded take time in Las. It will certainly wouldn't have been twelve minutes because I would have felt. That wasn't worth the person coming to see May Bay would have felt that I've asked for more in many using. We've you've just just stretched it out. So technology is one thing I mean. What kind of tech capsule we would you endorse in terms of working smarter so a lot of my clients that still big organizations they use the Microsoft world and I encourage them to think about is one of my things is is still about creating that you've got disparate teams people? I working on the different time signs then hacking angel that you'll took acting yes. skied seemed that kind of technology is really beneficial Use it you can still eighteen together and do that kind of stuff and there's all site things where you've got tossed planners said Azam when you're working you can share and allocate toss people. You can just see that need top conversation with the notable obscene done. This is different. I you sent schedule. This is one of the things that I say. Everybody's mantra is his plan but a schedule everything. So if you know that you've only got like five things to do today. Pump defy a know that they're probably going to take a bit a bit longer than you expected. So you get all that stress but then communicate Shabbir that most inefficiences come from people thinking that they're going go to do this. Somebody else's Medications Complex so it goes who use your technology to e clear. How tasks get upset? Another great Is the talks to time. So I've got I work with and we went right next to lay in. She just just look at the time in any event the end of the week and go through and save three hours not to our on that. Let's have a look at how we can systematize all operationalize so there is no excuse which today's tack visit App for everything and someone we both know damn preclude. KPI program that we've both been on own talks about having a global culture. Monday morning you have the kind of the cross Oh and they get together the huddle who's doing what for the week. Just what we do in bodyshop. We have a meeting at twelve on Monday about thirty minutes. We rarely go over a war. Two week seek any help if we need it too but what I focused his job and update and then getting back to dance model then does come on what he calls it. But it's kind of an end of week thing as well something with something percent Koh Waku why comparable to AIDS. But it's just a cap off the week. We celebrate a little bit and split. And he does that remotely citizen you know you can build a culture of global global team which comes back to the idea of working. Charlie and in an amaz- dismay the city of London. Where I'm very close to it? As the cost of square meter data is fast and he's tool buildings as well very expensive to maintain and yet we're still asking people to come in and be there and be presence Isn't it and that was when I watch the for many years ago we moved to agile. Lacking that was actually the main impetus behind it. We had these buildings things and we did that by. Actually the offense us any sent rice the time because he allow having meetings on the road etc I. I get obsolete that checking whether it's every day on Monday and then reasons celebrates with a company. I went through the motor vehicle. That feel the Good Friday About Copeland's taming the Being said Guy Weekend Feeding Grace. Yeah Yeah Okay Okay Brilliant. Well it's been really interesting. Your book tennis very briefly. A couple of minutes left about the book wins it out. WHO's four for the key messages? It's just so they could lead ex and it is going to be out to March twenty two Wednesday and it's all about how the Daniel Armed Generation X.. All be taking over the board room in the next decade as the IRS. You will have a very different idea. Rebound L. As they start retiring and you values driven generation on its music is because they buy you you freedom. Autonomy Fun experienced a relationships on. It's no surprise that these people have been implementing from the sidelines. The last fifteen. YEA which is probably how customer experience people experience. We have flexible work in communal wellbeing. Carrots each other but rather than these an issue tapes that they took out. This is just from the no so the book is kind of like a call to arms confidence that they write an accounting and and they will change the world's yeah brilliant so much needed book. I think to sum it all up. You know the company's future the game changing companies companies that will grow and expand hand deliver more volume feature will be companies that get everything we've talked about the recognize that wellbeing different type of leadership provide them with competitive advantage pitch. That's how that attract talent retain talent into the business so hopefully the right people listening to this map. Further changes will be made but lucy. Thank you very much for your time. You're BALCON interested in finding out what you'll help vicarious jump on our website. WWW DOT body shots performance formats dot com and click on. Take the test. It'll take you to a short two three minutes test. And at the end of that you'll get a school called and a free thirty nine Patriot. Poor based on last six signals sleep mental health energy body composition digestion unfitness. Even Joy. This episode. Please think of someone you could really benefit from the content and hit that share button and send it across to them and of course. Don't forget subscribe. Leaves a rating and review. Thank you very much for listening.

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Iran discussed on Mike Slater

Mike Slater

00:11 sec | 3 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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Broadcom to buy back up to $12 billion of shares

02:12 min | 4 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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