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"ballack" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:50 min | 3 months ago

"ballack" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"We don't know how these things would have shaken out. That was a very good shoes team. They might have won the super bowl that year if they started mahomes from day one. So i'm kinda done with that whole thing just design. I remember lamar sitting around for months. Waiting for back-nine. Joe flacco to finally hand the job over it and there was a sensation. You can mess this up. And i don't want the bears to do it. Brockman and i have worked together so long. I knew back nine joe. Flacco is now on our list of potential fantasy team names. You're writing it down right right chris. Yeah i wrote down that one and less than tomczak is pretty. Tomczak is not bad. You know like you could. You can have like tomczak's face on a less than zero. Mean right like you can do something like that or just joe flacco. Playing golf would be pretty good to sir. We could do a week long. So i'm like you you on this one right now talking to and it's unlike and karl brandt here on the rich eisen chilean's unlike any of the other situations because you've got the first two teams that drafted a quarterback. They're definitely starting There guys in jacksonville and the jets and trae lance and jimmy garoppolo or totally different ballack's because garoppolo took him to a super bowl two years ago lance last played a game of any significance A year plus ago so you can get his feet wet and also have a package or something like that for him and then checks like anybody who asked him. What are you gonna do with cam. And and mac will be just like. Hey ho two thousand and one with brady and bledsoe holding that beer. You've gotta be kidding me. This one's totally different. A totally different ball of wax gets wild and matinee is. It's it's so hard to get a grip on him this time of year because there were two years ago. We don't play anybody in the preseason. Trubisky is not touching the field. And max not touching the field and now the guys are all over the preseason enrich. You're not talking about this a lot. Last you nagy gets wild like he ripped her bisky off the field in two seconds after swearing that he was gonna stick with it and then he puts holes in and then falls out again and so he's trying not to flip flop on this thing. Here's what it is. Can i can i share with you. The just infield andy dalton Indigenous to chicago metaphor that. I've come up with. Because i think i get inside matinees head okay. So you're a chicago. Bears fan and justin fields. Is this unbelievably beautiful delicious looking slice of pizza and it gets put down in front of you and damn you're hungry and you've waited so long waited hours days. Maybe your whole life for this pizza and you just want to dive into it. But you're smart and you've been down this road with other slices and you know that if you bite into it immediately is going to burn the ever living heck out of the roof of your mouth. You know that's coming so you say hold on. Let me wait. Cause in the meantime you have also ordered a caesar salad. You didn't even really want it but you thought you should have. It was the minimum order for delivery. I'll have a few bites of the caesar. That's andy dalton. He's the caesar salad. You have a few bites. it's not bad. It's okay so many like it'll sort of get the job done. She had a few bites. Finally you bite into over these crew tanya enough with the caesar but in the meantime the pizza has cooled off a little bit and that's been justin field sitting there you say. Wow i still hot but it's not problem hot so now i can enjoy. It's cool. I did the caesar thing. The salad walked so the pizza could run. That is what matt nagy looks at. Justin feels like. I'm not biting into that thing. Because they got in joy this pizza without the five layers of mouth. Skin being burned off. So gimme some season for awhile and then we'll get kyle brands breakdown of the chicago. Bears quarterback brought to you by ubereats. Everybody five stars and a tip please..

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The UN Getting Access To Fields In Ethiopia

UN News

01:16 min | 10 months ago

The UN Getting Access To Fields In Ethiopia

"Un has renewed appeals for humanitarian access to all areas of ethiopia's troubled tigray region to help people displaced by fighting which has forced the most desperate to eat leaves just to survive the cool by the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs officer and the u n high commissioner for refugees. Unhcr on friday came three months since heavy. Fighting began between government troops and forces loyal to the tigray. people's liberation front in the northern region. Full access must be granted now to prevent things getting even worse said unhcr spokesperson baba balak while cited insecurity and bureaucratic obstacles. That have prevented aid. Workers from providing lifesaving assistance to two point three million people high level efforts to avert a humanitarian disaster in tigray included a visit by refugee agency. Chief filippo grandi to ethiopia earlier. This week when he met people who'd fled from two camps in northern tigray that the un cannot access his unhcr's about ballack. Some said the had resorted to eating leaves because there was no other food. A winnable spoke about infiltration of armed actors in the camps of killings abductions. And also some forced return to editor at the hands of reinforces presents in the

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"ballack" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"ballack" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"And the process. It takes you less than two minutes to complete. So whatever the amount you feel lead, we would certainly appreciate that contribution here as we head down the end. Of 2000 and 20. Having said that, let me introduce you now to a very special lady by the name of brook birds. As we begin our conversation today on the big impact, I I'm flashing back to a time when I was much younger. I had hair then, and I used to watch TV far too much, including game shows. And in those days when you had to get up and literally turn the dial to change the channel. There weren't that many channels and there weren't that many game shows now course there's an entire network dedicated to the game show. And our guest today is one of the newest hosts in that genre. Brooke Burns, who is the host of masterminds on the game show network is kind enough to spend some time with us. It is good to see you there in the warmth of Los Angeles today. How are you? I'm doing well, thank you very much taking in there with all of this craziness, but the pandemic. It is an unusual time to launch a game show. But now that I think about it with everybody sort of sequestered in their homes, maybe there couldn't be a better time. It's kind of perfect. I kept saying that it it really been, ah, blessing to shoot our first season and February and then out here in California. We have the lockdown in March. We opened up a little bit in October, where we shot our second season, which is the one that's premiering this week. And now we just shut down again. So yeah, just in time considered home and watch mastermind Everyday money. Credit way. Have a lot of Brooke Burns story to explore because believe it or not, Ladies and gentlemen, she didn't begin hosting game shows from birth. There's been a journey to get to this point. Um so I want to go back before we go to where we are Now. I'd love to go back into the young brook birds. What life was like where you lived with. The family structure was like, and then we can start to build through some of your personal story. Absolutely. I was born in Dallas, Texas. My mom and dad have one of those great stories where they met in first grade dance in fourth grade, married when they were 19, and they've been together ever since. My dad was a part of starting a church in Dallas. That's still going today. Even elder of the church sojourn and my mom was a stay at home. Mom like that Also did Missionary work? Um, with us growing up? I spent a good part of my soul. You're old, You're actually living in Romania and dancing with the Romanian Opera Ballet. I was a ballerina growing up. That was my love and my passion. And I did that until I form a CL in my left me and was incapacitated for cry A while, Uh, starting with one of those stories of trying to overcome. That was really when I thought I would do for the rest of my life, get married, have kids with in Texas and possibly teach Ballack God had other plans. But now I will say that that's a rather unusual approach to the world of entertainment Starting office as a ballerina. You don't see that path. Usually it's child actor. Local theater got my big break kind of a thing. So when when you're young when you're in those pre teen years and something that you thought was going to be your life forever, is literally physically taken away. What's that recovery process like is it Is it mom and dad putting their arms around you? It's saying, Brooke, it'll be okay or is that you just devastated. Debating was really the word that was for me. You know, I It was my love and my passion and You know, the only thing that I can say that that is kind of, you know, I guess, uh, add to my entertainment future from that was that I had a love of performing, but I'm never my parents born in entertainment. I really thought I would probably continue on the mission field in some way. Um, you know and never leave Texas. But that was really the catalyst for My mom. Just get me out of the Depression. Put me in a modeling camp for a week and through that I was afforded a lot of opportunities to travel and I was, you know, act to be a part of a couple different modeling agencies in Europe. So I started traveling at a very young age doing that as well. And then was kind of told you have a really fun personality. You shouldn't just be doing photograph. You should be doing commercials or television and was completely foreign to me. I just had no idea of he even how to go down that road. God really had to just open doors for me and make it kind of impossible Not to vote not follow through, I guess is the best way of putting it. You know what that means? It means that somewhere in a box in a storage unit somewhere In an archive. There are some tapes of very embarrassing early Brooke Burns commercials or jingles or whatever, because in my world I started as a little boy doing commercials for my father's car dealerships, and they were really, really bad, really bad. We would really like to never see those tapes again. I'm gonna bury mine with yours. Okay, fine, Like a little a little plot, like, put them all in together. Yeah, but it was interesting because in those early years, a lot of my early commercials I got because I was a dancer. So again, you know, God knows better than we do. He sort of, you know, kind of I got something in the door with different things like that. I remember doing like a Doublemint gum commercial, Rosalie, like double pirouettes and double kicks and all that kind of stuff. Do you remember the first time that somebody I said to you, you know, Brooke, I am I think you could. You could make a go out of this kind of thing. I think that being in front of a camera is really what you're made for, and you may be looked at him like I want to be a ballerina. You remember one specific incident growing up in Dallas? My mom and I had sort of a tradition of going to breakfast together at the original pancake house and eating Dutch babies. And there was a gentleman who was there who ran all of the advertising and marketing for JC Penney. And he came up to me and he said, You know, you should look into modeling and acting and commercials because you have a really fresh faith. And I have a stack of pancakes. This thing in front of me and I looked at him and I was like, No thanks. I'm a dancer, but After I hurt my knee. No, Seeing my mom was really remember that it looks like you know, why not try working? You know you're not gonna dance for a while during your rehab. Let's Is it a go and she drove me around for about 1000 Aston calls and auditions and what have you and it really did save me at that time from feeling really low and really down my identity was, you know as a dancer One of the things that I appreciate about even what you shared to this point is the consistent referencing back to the support of your parents, and I think about the young people that.

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"ballack" Discussed on Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God

Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"ballack" Discussed on Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God

"But if you try to do that in your own. Strength outside of the leading the holy spirit outside of maturing in the lord your design your gifting you will go and create a big mess all in the name of doing something for god and i think there are a lot of christian businesspeople and people out there that really great intentions but because a not learn the partner win always beer partner with the voice of the lord and follow that lead and what they're doing that we get out there and greet these ish males it now. What are you going to do this. You know you you created this whole big oil or go and is like jesus said listen. Allie do the things. I say the father do right. And that's really all we are supposed to do right. I need to say yes to jesus everyday in line with design and for me in this season being husband and bad in artist and a father artist it about staying at lane and keep saying yes. I don't have to worry that. I'm going to the right direction. Anything else beyond that amount no matter how. Good intentions about half. Yeah yeah well boy. I love everything about that. How does it tell me about design. Where where does it because you use that word a couple times where where did you. How'd you figure out like your design. Well there's a teaching that. I really embraced in my life about redemptive gifts. And does this idea that which is a whole another ballack's this idea that there are seven attributes of award in in the bible based on the seven days of creation. The every list of seven in the bible actually relates to one of the redemptive gifts and So there's you know servant deger giver. Robert exhort her serve different ones and bring me of zion A lot of teaching on that instead a lot myself. But i realized that i was an exhort and profit and a redemptive gifts and those that gifting as strengths and weaknesses you know it has maturity and immaturity in it and i just started noticing areas of Design in my life that were way beyond personality but like these are like whore or parts of myself that i'm not gonna change just as like a personality does these are court who i am and As i started learning that in learning how to mature in those all of a sudden i started again. More of the word an through me and And got into my liven and is is like twenty bucks faithful with little rural much and so for me. It became disliking art in business..

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"ballack" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks

Catholic Culture Audiobooks

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"ballack" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks

"We must therefore hastened to the mountain fish to the sea lest while we linger, we forget the inner life. The officer after hearing this and many other things from him was amazed and said that truly this was a servant of God for how could an unlettered person have such great understanding if he were not beloved of God. There was one officer named Ballack Heels who bitterly persecuted US Christians because of his zeal in behalf of the detestable aeriens. Since in his cruelty, he was beating virgins and stripping and flogging monks Anthony sent him a letter containing the following message. I see wrath coming upon you cease therefore persecuting Christians lest the wrath at length overtake you for it is even now imminent. But Ballack Llosa laughed and throwing the letter on the ground spat upon it. He also insulted the bearers and ordered them to take this message back to Anthony. Since, you are concerned about the monks I shall presently come into you also. Five days had not passed when the wrath overtook him. Ballack IOS and mysterious. The prefect of Egypt were going out on horse to the first stopping place from Alexandria called careers. The. Horses belonged to IOS and where the quietest of old that he raised. They had not yet reached their destination when the horses began to play with each other as horses do. Suddenly, the quieter horse on which mysterious was riding through. Alec, IOS and bit him tearing his thighs so badly with its teeth that he was immediately taken back into the city where he died within three days. And everyone marvelled because Anthony's prediction had been quickly fulfilled. Such was the warning he gave to the cruel. He. So instructed others who came to him that they had once forgot their lawsuits and called those blessed who had withdrawn from the. He. So championed those who were wronged that one would think that he himself not others was the injured one. He proved such a source of benefit to all that many soldiers and many of the wealthy laid aside the burdens of their life and became monks thereafter. In short. Was a physician as it were given to Egypt by God. For who came in sorrow who did not return rejoicing? Who came morning for his dead and did not quickly put aside his grief. Who came in anger in was not converted to kindly nece. Who came weary in.

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"ballack" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"ballack" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It twenty first century success run by and for Africans and it was away from the business conducted centuries ago when the Cape coast in West Africa then the center of the golden slave trades key historical sites like building a castle viewed by the pool to gaze and later taken over by the British still standing gun this steel barriers and rusted chains that bound slaves before the horrific middle passage across the Atlantic steel in the holding cells but because the rest of the world cruise down monuments that depict colonialism with the reviews here according for the renovation and rehabilitation of such sites as reminders of the past you are here today say absolutely it's one of those will come after you well with the seats are name from what happened in the past so this is critical but historians argue there now different ways rific events can be remembered I am looking for utilizing that history because it's crazy put up with up with the with the well the numbers should be put it down in the books all in the museum for people to organize them in a depressed last year gonna marked four hundred years since the first slave ships sailed this year the policeman's name or not African Americans make is a stark reminder of the enduring consequences of that voyage for the PBS newshour I'm Michael Ballack K. income pilot you gun with more and more states experiencing spikes in corona virus cases and covert nineteen hospitalizations the debate over wearing face masks is creating a sharp divide among some Americans in a moment William Brangham we'll talk with the doctor about the evidence surrounding masks but first he begins with this report even though nearly everyone in the public health community says wearing a mask in crowded places can help slow the spread of pandemic for some masks or in front I understand the corona viruses real former Major League Baseball player Aubrey Huff summed up this view hello I would rather die from corona virus then to live the rest of my life in fear and wearing a damn mass every week a social media lights up with videos of people resisting math requirements I work for.

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"ballack" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"ballack" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of businesses that high prices for the PBS newshour I'm Michael Ballack your income but our science correspondent miles o'brien has spent the past six weeks in Seattle Washington reporting on the pandemic in making a film for our friends at frontline about how things unfolded in the city or covert nineteen first landed in the U. S. William is back and he talk with miles in Seattle earlier today miles very very good to see you before we talk about your frontline film which is airing tonight let's address this this public debate that is happening in the country about when to reopen how to re open and according to almost all public health experts until we get a solid vaccine we're basically going to be muddling along trying to fight against this virus where does that where does the search for a vaccine set right now William it is all scientific hands on deck all over the globe there are seventy eight confirm trials underway right now looking for a vaccine to attack this novel coronavirus there are a couple of techniques that are novel techniques could not quite proving yet which involve using DNA and RNA the genetic material to get the immune system response you want inside the human body the Chinese release the genetic sequence of this new coronavirus on January tenth sixty three days later this trial vaccine was being injected into the first volunteer in one study run by moderne another company with a similar idea enovia says they're moving as quickly as they can I spoke over the weekend with the CEO of the company Dr Joseph Kim we're hopeful has the immune responses data and safety data from all forty subjects in June and the next step will be a larger phase two trial that will test the actual efficacy of the vaccine meeting how effective is the vaccine and protecting the person from an actual infection and that will involve around five hundred to a thousand volunteers and we're hopeful that we can start that trial as early as this summer now we have those volunteers will be front line health care providers first responders as a couple of reasons for that number one they are most at risk of course that goes without saying but scientifically because they are so exposed to the virus he gives them a more concentrated pool of data a better group of subjects in order to determine one way or another whether these vaccines are working so let's just say we do find a vaccine that does work that's one challenge the next challenge of course is how do we make the millions and billions of shots needed to cover the planet how long would that likely take it this is the part that kind of boggles the mind when you start talking about supply chain we're talking about seven billion customers right to end the in the in the cases of these viruses that were as these vaccines that we're seeing it's too does it so we're talking about fourteen billion doses of medicine to imagine producing that out in short order is is hard to wrap your brain around it there are people in the telepathic founder Bill Gates has indicated he might put some of his money into you know allowing this production to scale up there are private companies of course ready to do this I've been ultimately it's going to require the government philanthropy and private companies working in concert if we're going to ramp up production to meet this need which after all there is no bigger need than the planet I mean short of getting that vaccine of course there's we got a treat all the people who are second with covert nineteen and there's a lot of work on these antiviral drugs and other types of medications I know that is a part of what's in your front line tonight can you tell us a bit more about that yes it's had one of the antivirals ram does appear one of the possible treatments for coronavirus came into play with patient number one here in the Puget Sound area thirty five year old man otherwise good health had spent six weeks in the Wuhan region of China visiting family late December early January landed on U. S. soil generate fifteenth at sea tac airport became sick just a few days later ends up in a clinic and by the end of January he's in hospital in average Providence regional hospital there and starts to deteriorate and this is where we pick up the story with it the clinician who is in charge of his care doctor George DS patient one.

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"ballack" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"ballack" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"All student employees on campus introducing new guidelines on inclusive language to be used at all time administrators saying if you use the wrong words you could potentially trigger her bad feelings in some customers Michigan state facilities manager is Sheena Ballack said quote raise your hand if you've ever said no problem did you ever think that was a trigger I say this all the time I never thought it could be a trigger but if I'm saying no problem that's leading a customer to believe that they could be a problem or they could be an inconvenience to you and we're just assuring them that they're not all how virtuous no problem out the window then Michigan say goes on to list triggers and calmer trigger words that may lead to bad feelings and what you should replace those words wet so here's a trigger it's our policy no no no no no here's a calmer here's what we can do trigger I apologize our I am truly sorry trigger I don't know comma find out and get back to you but calmer end know that you can say bought now this is just madness but the head of resident housing also says that the use of non gender languages out quote we live in a sex and gender binary world we all know that's just a social construction said Eduardo a levy L. so you can't use him or her it has to be very or what ever else the nuts come up with this PC madness is a totalitarian imposition it is a violation of freedom of speech everybody knows it okay should you're paying to go to the school and they walk in and they're told here's what you can and can't say so obviously dangerous Michigan State University should be ashamed our young lady was looking to buy her first home in Texas the market at her.

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"ballack" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ballack" Discussed on WSB-AM

"They start spouting oldschool Star Trek phrases it must be DragonCon weekend in Atlanta add that to a bunch of other events for the holiday and we'll start with triple team traffic here is don't turn we just moved there and what that let go dark chocolate cake all day tomorrow the black gay pride event the ticket or both all the brave ripped out all week and oil boy it could be a lot like an actor like I just thought I'd stop it still falls for the eighty five or other birds all the way down to about one sixty six remember a lot of people going to the airport as well we just all by the blood of the W. B. kicking up seventy five eighty five north highway one fifty they take the two forty three that kept the Cleveland Avenue think about that for a University Avenue the good the double the double the federal court that all week and issues that are my product it'll have updates throughout the world court and gravel double have forty deck but first I killed Judy finding coverage begins on the north and east side printer we still feel that with the brake lights to be five east and south down the interlude from T. for highway not breaking free till Cummington highway south side printer brake lights waves of volume two eighty five west bound for financials getting go over to I eighty five and it's a brake light battle to eighty five north down on the west side printer from key can't creek parkway all the way up to I seventy five in Cobb county I really Ballack's William still whole house twenty five west and southbound after that morning around to the west three wait don't delays in half the cab county twenty five eastern on northbound from six six seventy five at the Glenwood road travel team traffic ninety five point five WC latest update from the national hurricane center an hour ago a calls door in an extremely dangerous category three storm winds of a hundred fifty miles an hour in like the to strengthen.

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"ballack" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ballack" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Northeast suburbs now beginning to dissipate a bit WSP mineralogist Kirk knowledge as a weather radios only five day forecast on the way triple team traffic begins with Doug Trumbull get a table the east side I twenty a slow both directions passing earlier problems your pedal road exit seventy one the one westbound is still off to the right shoulder nor down the downtown connector slows from I. twenty to seventy three to probably are there Southard John begins jam to get the eighty five four hundred captain her bitter changed outside twenty at full to the dust real northbound is jammed up north of camp creek to the crash of the dell drive that has been blocking blames Mike shield school recover your traffic center to any five team coverage begins on the north side printer look alive the WSP James can better news that you're picking up the codes from that stall degrade got has a blocking three right lane just moved to the right shoulder so lanes are re opening to the fight eastbound right a new northside drive X. number twenty two delays back to I seventy five past that the brake lights pick back up to five east and south of the relief from Peachtree industrial Boulevard getting out to Covington highway I really Ballack's William delays twenty five west bound the outer loop from riverside drive over to north side powers ferry were troubles been moved off to the right in the south bound brake lights pick up again from south Cobb drive as you head down toward the west freeway and we still got trouble off to the right now CAD two D. five north down the outer loop around church tree that's fallen around accord Glenwood road triple team driving ninety five point five W. SB new tonight a disturbing thing to see it for anyone especially for kids just getting off the school bus a dead body southeast of Matt on Thomasville Boulevard channel two action news reporter Christian Jennings says the bus it just made a stop this afternoon to drop the kids off a tree very near that stop just.

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"ballack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"ballack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Harassment ABC's. Julia MacFarlane reports from our London bureau Meghan, increasingly a target for online abuse also revealing she now stays away from social media. Never look at say Twitter. No sorry. No. You know for me that is my personal preference. Right. Apollo's taking aim at those online. Trolls updating the social media policy to block offensive posts ever since Megan. And prince Harry's relationship was first revealed by the media back in two thousand sixteen online trolls are still targeting their interracial relationship. Doctors in Oregon who treated a six year old boy who nearly died from tetanus say it could have been prevented with vaccination, the boy did recover CBS's. Lisa Ballack says a boy was near death after cutting his forehead six days after he suffered severe muscle spasms in lock. Asia. He couldn't move his mouth or neck. He couldn't breathe on his own was airlifted to just you doctors treated him with several medications, including a dose of the tetanus vaccine, and they made an incision in his neck to help him. Breathe. The boy's parents are still reportedly refusing to vaccinate him. Doctors are now recommending the DTP vaccine for infants and teens as well as booster shots for all adults health officials. Meanwhile, a warning people that the flu season is not over CBS Maria. Medina has more the centers for disease control and prevention reports, a nastier flu strain spreading across the US late in the season last week about sixty percent of the flu virus samples tested came back h three unto strain that causes more hospitalizations and deaths doing as much as I could like making sure I've seen. Denise doctor told her she likely got a mild case of the virus. Because she got a flu shot that the teacher says she knows the stronger strain is going around some of my students were out like the whole week because they had high fevers like one zero three zero four. So I'm glad you didn't get that. Health. Officials say it is not too late to get a flu vaccine new Federal Aviation Administration..

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"ballack" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"ballack" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It's not good below fork. Chris I'm going to show you the photo of Michael Ballack, can you confirm that is three hundred level thousand nine based officer confirmed confirmed Michael Ballack three hundred level can Hanson af two speaking of af today's a big day for laboratory af we've got a podcast launching SU Padre, Cody. No. Nope. Nope. Stupidity cleverly named and that the only thing that's clever about it. Stupidity. Launches today. That stugatz podcast. Billy are you excited? About guys podcast. Yes. Do you want to know a story about his podcast so like three or four years ago? Stu gods was going to have a podcast that I was going to produce an got to the point where we had meetings with people at ESPN flew in just to talk about Scott says podcast, and the like are you ready to go? We can do this whenever you want. And I was like guys had to be honest with you. I don't think this podcast is going to happen. And it was uncomfortable because these are like powerful people at ESPN like high level executives flew in. And I was like I really don't think I hate the brakes you guys, but I've been down this road before. And sure enough it never happened and one of them I had dinner with last night. And I was like I completely forgot that that podcast was a thing because we were talking about God's is current podcast. So my excited. Yeah. I mean, I'll be excited if Stu gods gets to episode number four of his podcast. Yes. I can tell you that episode one has been recorded whether or not it actually sees the light of day didn't episode come out or was that an episode zero episode one episode zero's just audio so to build out these page. Ages. It needs to be posted with audio. So you need to have something there. And you'd like to preferably posted earlier to give all the platform carriers time, actually build out these pages. So that's why episode zeros even exist. Billy at your dinner. With high ranking executives that you get the good cedar to Charlie get the good seat. I was head of the table baby. There you go. Let's go to keep coming to the mic. Right. And it's just what he's going to keep doing. I still try to hurry. Billy off. We can do testing idea is clear, and I don't think it's pregame show. I I don't think it's likely now it's not it's it's not unless he's hanging out with Hines ward. For some reason is that highs work, isn't it? Hines ward is joining us today. I guess that's probably Hines word than before we get into David Samson who's joining us and we'll get into testing, boys. I'm going to cut you off at radio. Our good friends. Ajay Wakefield, Chris you have Jay Wakefield. I know ROY. You're Jay Wakefield beers at your big game party. Oh, yeah. See I'm reading copy right now..

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"ballack" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"ballack" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Don't know tune in to find out and Hines ward at twelve thirty chances are one or two or all of those guests might be cancelled leaving house and Turner in a in a tizzy. But that's what's going on. Billy who have you seen on radio row? All right. Well, yesterday, I went to the bathroom twice and one time. I went to the bathroom next Brady, Quinn and the other time I went to the bathroom next David deal. You know, what I'm going to ask? Oh, man. I'm not no, no not going there. No, exactly what I should have saved this. I should say this for Dan because he wouldn't have asked that question. So today I've seen sid Rosenberg. Walking around. I saw Chris SIMS. I some maybe are decker. I'm not one hundred percent. Sure, I saw Bryan or lacquer is seen Vander Holyfield. I saw Brian Baldinger confirms because it looked at his hands. And maybe Spike Lee, but I'm not one hundred percent, sure. Because he's really far away. I have Brady Quinn going into a stall even when there's a urine available. No because I went to the bathroom next to him which would imply. That is a story for a lifetime. That is crazy. You stood next to Brady Quinn. And when you both relieve yourselves at a urinal. Yeah. I mean that happens I do that with all kinds of people. Yeah. Who's the most famous person UP next you? I mean, probably Brady Quinn. Okay. Roy who's the most famous person you peed next. You. Twenty currency hope. Wow. Coach. Well, yeah. Baby. Chris who's the most famous person you've seen next to Dan, who's the most famous person you guys have ever bought a hot dog next to because mine is Brian McKnight. That's awfully specific. And I can't top Ryan McKnight. I know that I don't buy many hotdogs was that like at Super Bowl or just no is that a heat game. He was in the one hundred levels buying buying a hot dog next to me. But then he went back down to the floor seats, which I don't know why he went all the way up there to get hot on psalm. Michael Ballack international soccer superstar former Chelsea player. German international big time star this was several years ago. I think two thousand eight two thousand nine season who's during the playoffs using the three hundred level. This is Michael Ballack level. I bet you he was recognized by nobody he was just recognized by my friends, and he he kept living his life. Yeah. I have a photo of it. He was looking devastatingly handsome to is it possible. It wasn't him knows. Absolutely, Michael Ballack. I've got a photo of Billy there. Any funny Allison's always from yesterday or last evening? Well, when we got in the we started talking to the Uber driver about what affects Uber ratings because as we discussed yesterday Allison has a low Yuba rating, and the we found out what her rating was just gonna leave it at that..

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"ballack" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"ballack" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"No. No, no opposition to Donald Trump or somebody does come, you know? Mitt Romney comes out and says, well, yeah, I'm gonna. Go against Mitt Romney will not get the endorsement of the Republican party and Republican party will not sponsor things like debates and stuff like that. So it's getting real interesting here on a whole bunch of different levels will pick up your calls. Your thoughts on all of this right after the break. It's seventeen minutes and change past the hour. This is the Tom Hartman program occupying the media three hours a day five days a week. We'll be right back. Just a heads up. Bernie Sanders will be with us at the top of the hour. And welcome back carry in palmetto, Florida. Hey, Gary, thanks for watching. What's up? All right people. Tell me all the time. Great. Thank you. But sometimes it gets lost me. Thank you. Gary. Really really good job. My question is can the government. Branches. Trump pardoning powers. No, no, he's involved in all this we go because Trump's pardoning powers, these this is the one kingly power that you know, after Ballack Zander Hamilton was arguing that the president should have a lifetime appointment, and that he should have basically the same powers as the monarchs of Europe. They said, no, no to that at the constitutional convention, but they did this side the one kingly power. The president would have it'd be the power of pardons, and and it's written into the constitution. So it's literally the highest law of the land. I and therefore congress can't pass a law saying the the president can't pardon people. It's conceivable, although it'd be subject to review by the supreme court that congress could narrow that power in some way. But I I doubt really that. That's a possibility. The the one solution. The one remedy is. If Trump does pardons. This could happen to Gerry Ford. This could happen to George Bush when Jerry Ford pardoned all the Nixon cronies and Nixon, and George Bush pardoned all the the Reagan cronies from Iran contra, they could have been impeached for those pardons, but congress chose not to do that that that's the only check on the president's powers for as I as far as I know gear. And. And all these guys are guilty. You get pardoned can be kicking back to court by the stage of the city or whatever the the pardons only cover federal crimes, so it and this is where Trump is vulnerable with regard and his family is vulnerable or at the garden of New York state. And it's so important that the attorney general in New York is going after them. So we'll see Gary thanks for the call. Good talking to you Morris in long, excuse me, in Long Beach. California listening KPFK Morris. What's up? I'm walking CNN is Martin. Right. And I'm watching these agents. Wait. This guy's house, right? Must be one the hill chapel lieutenants, right? No chapel Lieutenant it was Roger stone. And Roger stone is a longtime fan of President Trump. Right. So I'm looking at what kind of charges against this man, charged you being against a guy named Al Capone. Now, watch it all we gotta do is being Julian Assange will be here. And immunity to tell what the heck's going on. And that. I think it's. Dan. I mean, I although I don't know if if Julian Assange is willing to essentially flip I mean, I I it depends on how desperate Assange is. I mean, there is a secret indictment of him. So if he walks out of that embassy England will snatch him deport him to the United States, and we will charge them with crimes. Just an idea. Yeah. Well, it's a good idea. I. And I, you know, I think that the, you know, the the water is circling down the drain here. You know, it's it's it's getting the walls pick, your your terrible nineteen fifties literature cliche. It is. Would you say that racism has hit a wall? No, no. I think I think I think it's hit a point of public awareness. That.

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"ballack" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"ballack" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Like all of them are night. Which is why I brought up Michael Ballack like he's intimately sitting down with, you know, forty fifty people throughout his career in their these people are dead, and that stuff would have been lost. And and it's all based in the ceremonial aspect of it. It's like preparing to receive something. It's like it's like anything you can can listen to someone and blow off with they're saying or actually listen to it and try it on. It's like anything in the plants are kind of the same way. And yes, there's some real science behind it too. But you know, and that's kind of what I like to carry forward a little bit. And I'd love to I'm horrible at it. I'd love to do a lot better and kind of show the transparent look at food and also. Herbs Matana coll-. So that you can see like where the stuff's really from. And how how is it that equality or can make it to you affectively? And that's kind of interesting fun way of thinking about how to how could you affectively do that kind of put a gopro on a? Ania show the. So what would what would someone living in Ohio? Where would they get rodeo law? Like, you know, what I mean like where could our listeners look to find some of these things that they can incorporate into their diet. That have been through a healthy sustainable supply chain. That's a that's the question of a lifetime. Because. I don't know some of these companies that are doing x y and z in and we try to have some watch groups out there, you know, but it's hard and American botanical council is a great organization, Mark Blumenthal. Who's a who's a friend? Chris Kilims, a buddy does a lot of work certainly focused a lot of on Iowa skin cannabis, and and CBD in all of that stuff. But certainly from a big perspective. American botanical council is great. At least. They're start educating yourself, and then it's hard to like. Okay rodeo. But do I need it. What is it? Good for. And that's kinda why I'm not I'm not here to plug the book. But that's why when Harper Collins said, hey, what SuperFood? Both do you wanna write? And I said I kinda wanna write on a foundational approach to eating and lifestyle and things because when you then come from that power. Position. And then because there is no elixir that will solve your problems. There's certainly no drug. We know that. So it's a it's a, and we know that too from Dan beat news work in Dr vaulter Longo and all these guys doing long deputies studies that it is not one thing. It is a multitude of things. So my point of view is that take care of your foundational aspects, you know, and then when you. 'cause you're gonna take care of. You know, for lack of a better way of saying it ninety nine percent of your problems, if you're sleeping well eating a lot of whole food plant based food if you're breathing. Well, drinking goodwater getting hydrated. And a huge thing is having great relationships people that support you people that uplift you, and and I would also say finding passions passions. Don't have to mean, they're going to put money in your pocket, but living from passionate perspective. We do know that it's a it's a long term good plan. Not only in the moment because we all know when you're passionate about something. You forget to eat your in the flows unit. Flow state, whatever like those types of things and then obviously lowering stress. Yes. But also, not just saying stress and people go. Yeah. Yeah. You're right. I shouldn't but stresses hitting us on a lot otherwise, right? Which is why also adapted. Great from that perspective stress from electromagnetic fields, which were just in this, massive experiment. Right now, we got wifi signals. We got all these electron IX blasting us. We are electrical, by the way. So we have a, you know, seventy thousand seventy million sell so many trillion cells, and they're all batteries, right? And so accurate picture works. Trying to break up stagnation from our electrical system. Like, we are conductive. So how is it that were not affected by all this electromagnetic fields while we are? So that's stressing us in a lot of different ways, the air quality, you know, that sixty nine. Ninety thousand new toxins are being omitted in our atmosphere. Every year of that ten percent or even tested, right? So shits raining down on us..

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"ballack" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"ballack" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Like all of them are night. Which is why I brought up Michael Ballack like he's intimately sitting down with, you know, forty fifty people throughout his career in their these people are dead, and that stuff would have been lost. And and it's all based in the ceremonial aspect of it. It's like preparing to receive something. It's like it's like anything you can can listen to someone and blow off with they're saying or actually listen to it and try it on. It's like anything in the plants are kind of the same way. And yes, there's some real science behind it too. But you know, and that's kind of what I like to carry forward a little bit. And I'd love to I'm horrible at it. I'd love to do a lot better and kind of show the transparent look at food and also. Herbs Matana coll-. So that you can see like where the stuff's really from. And how how is it that equality or can make it to you affectively? And that's kind of interesting fun way of thinking about how to how could you affectively do that kind of put a gopro on a? Ania show the. So what would what would someone living in Ohio? Where would they get rodeo law? Like, you know, what I mean like where could our listeners look to find some of these things that they can incorporate into their diet. That have been through a healthy sustainable supply chain. That's a that's the question of a lifetime. Because. I don't know some of these companies that are doing x y and z in and we try to have some watch groups out there, you know, but it's hard and American botanical council is a great organization, Mark Blumenthal. Who's a who's a friend? Chris Kilims, a buddy does a lot of work certainly focused a lot of on Iowa skin cannabis, and and CBD in all of that stuff. But certainly from a big perspective. American botanical council is great. At least. They're start educating yourself, and then it's hard to like. Okay rodeo. But do I need it. What is it? Good for. And that's kinda why I'm not I'm not here to plug the book. But that's why when Harper Collins said, hey, what SuperFood? Both do you wanna write? And I said I kinda wanna write on a foundational approach to eating and lifestyle and things because when you then come from that power. Position. And then because there is no elixir that will solve your problems. There's certainly no drug. We know that. So it's a it's a, and we know that too from Dan beat news work in Dr vaulter Longo and all these guys doing long deputies studies that it is not one thing. It is a multitude of things. So my point of view is that take care of your foundational aspects, you know, and then when you. 'cause you're gonna take care of. You know, for lack of a better way of saying it ninety nine percent of your problems, if you're sleeping well eating a lot of whole food plant based food if you're breathing. Well, drinking goodwater getting hydrated. And a huge thing is having great relationships people that support you people that uplift you, and and I would also say finding passions passions. Don't have to mean, they're going to put money in your pocket, but living from passionate perspective. We do know that it's a it's a long term good plan. Not only in the moment because we all know when you're passionate about something. You forget to eat your in the flows unit. Flow state, whatever like those types of things and then obviously lowering stress. Yes. But also, not just saying stress and people go. Yeah. Yeah. You're right. I shouldn't but stresses hitting us on a lot otherwise, right? Which is why also adapted. Great from that perspective stress from electromagnetic fields, which were just in this, massive experiment. Right now, we got wifi signals. We got all these electron IX blasting us. We are electrical, by the way. So we have a, you know, seventy thousand seventy million sell so many trillion cells, and they're all batteries, right? And so accurate picture works. Trying to break up stagnation from our electrical system. Like, we are conductive. So how is it that were not affected by all this electromagnetic fields while we are? So that's stressing us in a lot of different ways, the air quality, you know, that sixty nine. Ninety thousand new toxins are being omitted in our atmosphere. Every year of that ten percent or even tested, right? So shits raining down on us..

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"ballack" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"ballack" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"It was this weird dude in the mountains of boulder, and I had never done a drug. In my life. I barely gotten might sure got drunk. But of course, I did. But I was in college. I didn't go through college. But so I I just knew it like the plant spoke to me. But I went to said at then I just knew I was going to do it. So I did it. And then not I don't wanna make this about I walk because that's too big of a topic. But revealed something very clear to me. And obviously in that pursuit. I was formulating with stuff I was playing with stuff. And I just thought it was a hobby of mine, and I was giving it to people and giving it to try this try this and playing with formulas in and then I lost my father in two thousand five at so I moved out to California lost my to my father in two thousand five and then that was really kind of the for lack of a better way of saying it the man fully showed up in me. And and it was basically like could messing around not that I won't be silly. And craig. Easy and fun and all of that stuff. But the fully integrated passion purpose person inside of a clear knowing what I'm here to do. At least at least the start of it. That was an stead of dabbling around with this stuff. I need to really own it and to own what I'm seeing I need to own what I'm finding. And then that's when I really started traveling. I really started seeing the stuff, and then I just I come back with a hundred things at no one's ever heard of. And then I was like I bring this stuff out in the world. This is crazy. I literally feel like I'm discovering something we never discover anything. It's already discovered it's rediscovering in our feeble. Little minds are egos love to think that we discovered it. But it's not it's just a reinvigoration sometimes of herbs that are been, you know, losing the fight of culture and stuff like that a great friend of mine, Dr Mike. Eagle ballack. He's probably just gonna plug him. Because he's one of the greatest living Ethnos botanists of our time and has single handedly saved cultures and uses of medicinal plants around the world and his is just a a master Ballard. Michael Ballack, Allah. One of the secrets beauty secrets health secrets weight management's grits that I learned a few years ago moving to LA that I still stand by is collagen, it has really really helped to make my skin more even more plump. The fine lines have been reduced my hair, my skin, my nails has been so much better since using collagen one of my favorite companies where I get my collagen is further food. We were introduced to the amazing three women who started further food, Ashley Lillian and Allegra at one of our events, and we have been in love with him ever since these women had personal experiences with chronic illnesses, and they birthed further food to help people heal themselves naturally. So they're collagen is my favorite. I love the marine peptides. And I will also take their collagen sticks on the go to never ever. I'm traveling in my tea and my water in my smoothie, I will make sure to have that in the morning on the road or at home. So I can. Keep on my health goals throughout all of twenty nineteen. So we are so excited that further food is going to offer you thirty percent off your order using the code almost thirty. So that is further food f you are t h e r food dot com, and you get thirty percent off your order using the code almost thirty..

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"ballack" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"ballack" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"It was this weird dude in the mountains of boulder, and I had never done a drug. In my life. I barely gotten might sure got drunk. But of course, I did. But I was in college. I didn't go through college. But so I I just knew it like the plant spoke to me. But I went to said at then I just knew I was going to do it. So I did it. And then not I don't wanna make this about I walk because that's too big of a topic. But revealed something very clear to me. And obviously in that pursuit. I was formulating with stuff I was playing with stuff. And I just thought it was a hobby of mine, and I was giving it to people and giving it to try this try this and playing with formulas in and then I lost my father in two thousand five at so I moved out to California lost my to my father in two thousand five and then that was really kind of the for lack of a better way of saying it the man fully showed up in me. And and it was basically like could messing around not that I won't be silly. And craig. Easy and fun and all of that stuff. But the fully integrated passion purpose person inside of a clear knowing what I'm here to do. At least at least the start of it. That was an stead of dabbling around with this stuff. I need to really own it and to own what I'm seeing I need to own what I'm finding. And then that's when I really started traveling. I really started seeing the stuff, and then I just I come back with a hundred things at no one's ever heard of. And then I was like I bring this stuff out in the world. This is crazy. I literally feel like I'm discovering something we never discover anything. It's already discovered it's rediscovering in our feeble. Little minds are egos love to think that we discovered it. But it's not it's just a reinvigoration sometimes of herbs that are been, you know, losing the fight of culture and stuff like that a great friend of mine, Dr Mike. Eagle ballack. He's probably just gonna plug him. Because he's one of the greatest living Ethnos botanists of our time and has single handedly saved cultures and uses of medicinal plants around the world and his is just a a master Ballard. Michael Ballack, Allah. One of the secrets beauty secrets health secrets weight management's grits that I learned a few years ago moving to LA that I still stand by is collagen, it has really really helped to make my skin more even more plump. The fine lines have been reduced my hair, my skin, my nails has been so much better since using collagen one of my favorite companies where I get my collagen is further food. We were introduced to the amazing three women who started further food, Ashley Lillian and Allegra at one of our events, and we have been in love with him ever since these women had personal experiences with chronic illnesses, and they birthed further food to help people heal themselves naturally. So they're collagen is my favorite. I love the marine peptides. And I will also take their collagen sticks on the go to never ever. I'm traveling in my tea and my water in my smoothie, I will make sure to have that in the morning on the road or at home. So I can. Keep on my health goals throughout all of twenty nineteen. So we are so excited that further food is going to offer you thirty percent off your order using the code almost thirty. So that is further food f you are t h e r food dot com, and you get thirty percent off your order using the code almost thirty..

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News in Brief 8 January 2019

UN News

04:15 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 8 January 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations Guatemala should reconsider its decision to withdraw support for an international panel to tackle impunity United Nations. Chief Antonio Guiterrez said on Tuesday, the UN secretary general's comments followed these Central American countries announcement via letter that it intended to terminate an agreement establishing the international commission against impunity in Guatemala, also known by its initials. CIC I g his u n spokesperson Stefan, g jerick, as you know, secretary general has and continues to support the work of the commission and expect ciguatera. Molly government to provide the commission with all the assistance necessary for the discharge of its functions and activities, including the freedom of movement of its staff and throughout Guatemala as provided in the agreement in September twenty eighteen the head of the UN panel event Velasquez was barred from reentering Guatemala, mister Gutierrez recalled the important contribution to the fight against him. Unity made by the international commission. It was set up in two thousand and six at the invitation of the government and was seen as an effective way to help strengthen the rule of law following the country's civil war which ended in the nineteen ninety s Saudi national behalf. Muhammed? Al Kuni cannot be sent back to the kingdom. Yuen refugee agency UNHCR said on Tuesday, adding that it was in contact on a daily basis with the eighteen year old who is in Thailand seeking asylum. Speaking to journalists in Geneva, UNHCR spokesperson Bubba, Bella confirmed that the agency intends to examine miss alka Nunes at request for protection in terms of the claim and all of details, which she will be sharing with us in terms of what were the factors that she's trying to run away from? We'll be listening to all those will be premature or even in terms of confidentiality from an individual who talked to us. We won't be going into details. What they have told us. The only thing I can say we look carefully into all. All the claims and trying to find out what are the risk factors to elevate? The claims ahead of UNHCR's involvement. Ms alka, noon said that she had fled from her family and Kuwait to Bangkok airport where her passport was taken away. She says she would be killed if sent back home under international law anyone who claims to me shelter outside their home country cannot be returned to a territory where their life or freedom are threatened. Mr. Ballack said in Iraq around a quarter of a million Syrian refugees and the communities that host them to get better access to healthcare. Thanks to a two and a half million dollar donation by the United States, welcoming the development the World Health Organization or WHO said that the funding would provide urgently needed help to local authorities in the Kurdistan region of Iraq where the refugees live health and other services in Iraq have been stretched since nearly six million people fed via in two thousand fourteen with two point six million still displaced may. Major military operations to retake the country ended in late twenty seventeen. But the humanitarian crisis is far from over you and humanitarian have warned the US contribution will support the provision of primary healthcare in Erbil to hook and Sulaymaniyah as well as provide training for medical professionals to treat people with disabilities and mental illness and finally an energetic campaign that goes a long way to raise awareness about refugees two billion kilometers. In fact, that's the total distance the world's at twenty five point four million refugees cover to reach safety every year. According to you, h CR the UN refugee agency ringers from me on traveled eighty kilometers on average to neighboring Bangladesh it said while those leaving south Sudan travel, six hundred and forty kilometers to reach you Ganda people can participate in the campaign by walking cycling or jogging. The aim is to reach a collective total of two billion kilometers this year. For more information. There's a campaign website where users can lock the number of steps they take in support of the 'cause it's WWW dot step with refugees dot org. Daniel Johnson UN news.

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