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The Two Key Democrats Whose Votes Could Decide the Fate of Biden’s Agenda

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

The Two Key Democrats Whose Votes Could Decide the Fate of Biden’s Agenda

"Care cinema was summoned to the oval office. Three times yesterday binds. Working are over there working these two democrats over big time. The pressure is enormous on them. Dick durbin from illinois sending out a message. Make your mark mansion understand cinema where one heartbeat away from losing the majority. It all comes down to you guys holding true to our socialist principles. I think we've shown a lot of respect to our colleagues who obviously have a different point of view when it comes to reconciliation. There's been meaningful negotiation. It's gone on for weeks. The president has been involved. Personally i've never seen a president engaged in this way. Since barack obama's days with the affordable care act so we're all in all aboard. Now it's time. I would say for both senators. Make your mark and close the deal. What is it that you want. What is your final goal. It's time to stop talking around it and speak directly to it. Here we go. The arm twisting is underway. Get the popcorn out. But i still think it's an a gigantic bluff. Democrats are going to democrat. They're going to unify and eos. C can be weeping crocodile tears and that disgusting rashida to leave shriek yell and belo and they can all stomp around. They're going to unify and we're going to be in a lot of trouble. We're going to have to face this. Four point eight trillion or five trillion dollar monstrosity.

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"belo" Discussed on Find Joy with Joyan

Find Joy with Joyan

05:58 min | 2 months ago

"belo" Discussed on Find Joy with Joyan

"Why does the kid play virtual reality when they know it's not even real game if this arena of human life is a militia because a real self is the invisible that never dies. That's going through the avatar. Then why does the. What does the person go through eventuality because of the thrill of it. Why does a person watch a movie that he's all staged than it's fake and its actors and not even real because they love the emotional journey they love the journey of feeling the highs and belo's and the joy they feel the triumph and so they come out of the cinema. They don't take any of the luge in with the baked. Take motions when we finish this. Virtual reality wait on take the houses of qasem the things. We only got those things because we wanted to feel good. We take the emotions with us and we take the emotion spec to the universe and the universe expands because of it so the whole universe is the collection of all of our experience and the universe as collective expanse because we will willing to go through this journey and to have the funnel this journey tub the exhilaration of these so. We're not having thumb when missing the whole point daycare. I that because today is the question. I about to ask you that because i know what you mentioned about the physical self and the non physical sell right so you want my favorite ideas. I saw you just s blended. I want to. I want to dive the yeah. So when you talk about human extras in the speech which is a above verse right. I don't know why our higher self you know in some of our l. yourself right and the big question that i really want to know is like why. Why do we would at this. Why do human. unsc's in the first place. Why colleagues It why do i know you understand you. With this is a journey expedite Relied we have to be game right. So that is a great question. And don't many people stop questioned that like to questioning their own lives. So this is what. I understand. An i upset from the teachings abraham he's for in the beginning if you can imagine before we coming to this body if you can imagine just infinite light pule source energy or what people co god will the universal universal consciousness a notion of energy and just like a drought auto is an individuation the ocean.

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"belo" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:08 min | 11 months ago

"belo" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"The you're gonna need yes. I can run seven twenty p and you're okay running it your motivation is. I want to be able to play this game. Onto experience. This game and i wanna experience this game at the full frame rate at four k resolution or whatever and i want to have absolutely perfect response when i hit the button. I want to shoot the guy. Because there's gonna be some latency in if if you're use case is playing a good game but not necessarily at highest resolution heist frame rate and get totally viable so there is a couple of differences between g force and stadium. Estadio pretty much hides away. All of the graphical settings you can't you know change the resolution and belo's tune ables but on g force. Now it's just like you're running on your pc so you can change the resolution and but why findings thing is g force. Now you'll love the game and pretty much. Everything is maxed out in the settings. Anyway it's set to a ten eighty p resolution which you can lower of course which then helps with you know. input latency and lower bandwidth connections. So i think from this then allen you've tried g force now in stage monk you've not experimented with any of these cloud gaming platforms. Now i just i just stream internally from us d-box to all the places in my house is right so you are game streaming in a sense then in order to eat a very short distance. Right my latency medieval. But you are you are doing allen. Said you're effectively. Therefore playing a game on a computer is capable of playing the game. That your yes. I've one very powerful computer in central powerful computers. Yeah i do the same with them. Steam link link under the tv and play games remotely from another career in another room. And it's it's just a a wonderful way to not have a super powerful computer everywhere. You won't be able to play again. You can play wherever you've got an internet connection the controller and the device is pretty awesome and you'd have to have a big ugly noisy computering your lounge just you can play your games on your tv. A tiny.

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Breast Cancer Survivor Naomi Damask Shares Her Diagnostic Journey

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

03:06 min | 1 year ago

Breast Cancer Survivor Naomi Damask Shares Her Diagnostic Journey

"I love talking to Belo Drivers in women who? Walk the walk and understand right because we we. You know unless you had that diagnosis new been through that journey. You really can't relate a hundred percent. So let's start there. Let's start with the pain and how that led to your passion So My pene happen in two forms of tumors in December of. Twenty eleven I was diagnosed, and as one of those things that had probably that Spring, we actually I felt one of my lumps we're in Hawaii. Playing in the surf yet full sand. and. I remember like going over and thinking that doesn't seem normal and disordered dismissing it in. Then as time went on decided, it was like it's still bear promised should go get this checked out. Fast forward life was happening I. Do not get in to see my ob until December and that's when you you're in the throes of the holidays and it wasn't on my radar anymore. And she's like Oh you know you have a long but it's probably not seen. It's probably just you're young. That's what she kept saying you're young it's probably just assists but let's go get it checked out. How you have that gut feeling. In, ad that get feeling and so I had a my first ever Mammogram, and then I also had it altered sound and it was during the ultrasound. The doctor kept asking me you show where your long this scenario like right here like by the time I finally said to her what's going on because you keep asking me the same question and I, keep pointing to the same area and she said, well, it was at Sir that long pause she said there's two and I can tell by the ultrasound that they're not fluid builds that means they're not cyst and rape in there. Just it was like that hit your stomach and it was a aid. And Ironically we had just my husband had Jessica job to move us from city of Chicago to Atlanta the week before. So I was like why need to have a show like what does this all mean another like we really need to do biopsy. And they said, it probably will take you know tone men Wednesday before we have any news well, that Monday I got the news. It was one of those things that you know when you're. Be Calls and says, Hey, call me ascendancy gift. That s if with patients tell the nurse to come get me. And she didn't even have to say anything more than that when I called and they put me on hold to get her she's like a hate giving this news, but it is cancer and basically I don't want to count Dec- anyone downtown. Chicago you to go to north shore, which was like closer to our was in the city. And she's like your whole team is waiting for you and talk about throwing you to the fear pool adverse. That's what they did and it was almost a blessing because it I it's it's led me to where I am today.

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"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

"And that sort of thing. To companies, you know that Through and then this intelligence skincare. Aweso if I'm the patch fell. The Rising Star and we're reading improving. So God fitness radio and the. Company's always in the. Five of.

"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

"A c. ever answered anybody's fact in my God on and made himself for you know the only time you got to hold by this when you went. To The temple and they were selling everything. then. He got mad because you the same places. But he just squire twice. A. Year yes you do that. Then you know you. You get. into. The next. level. So it's That's amazing. Advice. Oh Yen don't engage who's your battles as well. You know and one thing I also notice with several guests that had had initial people that have. You know the pioneers of something that. You always get thrown rocks. But a lot of those people who do. Get the throwing rocks APP. Don't engage because there's a reason why these people talk behind their back because they're behind them, your head of. Original. I. If someone did their reason why they're talking behind us because they're behind you you're you see something they don't and eventually under. I N. Correct and first mover right so you want to be the first now less advice What's the best advice? You've ever got you this whole career you you've done because again, this is not easy. Advice I think well. I believe everybody people are still new. So blast my life. So. Much it's and what I've seen from every from all these years I've been alive everybody's everybody's giving opportunity. Some people don't see it McGee because they're so scared it's also allowed to do with nurturing brought up but you know women, God closes the door he opens a window you just have to catch it and it sign it sees on Bunn Amano hundred it sees a seasonal. So I'm very good at I. Feel. Seeing an opportunity, grabbing it and going with it. I see other people who are given that I wish I was in there please and I'm trying to convince them. This is so big for you. My Gosh it's going to be such a big deal you within yourself free. Failure don't be fail you not every single day at up to. Then you know it's good education. Skynet for a while I was so scared to fail engaged. So she's She likes to be perfect. So she she didn't know anything she's smart but if she didn't know anything she an ask or should you don't try not do it anymore cassettes dancing stuck with it. She wants Sean. Finding. It. But so we got into this I read soundly I.

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"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

"A lot of interviews and stuff that gun he goes. I had an aunt of new things. NASA's nobody ever heard offs. I was explaining what it was the negative criticism from my colleagues doctors who thought, what is she doing ignored dot had come in like this and they you know why? Why she advertising so they didn't even know the defensive dicey in VR I that I educate the world. Recession Amazing Technology and I needed to get the word across of people understood. Salon evil media understand basis are even to this day. But then. On make as night fell only got in my doing something. Wrong. I think married nest accept. Jesus got in the center Malay. On each other Jesus, my best friend dip sensitively really doing something wrong because I don't feel that Eram. Educating I need to sign Lord I need does. Something outside stop by on the newspaper Abuse Magazine Flying I studied so hard for so long. That I. Would you know the loss studied medicine has severe vacation? It's not something you do with the business I don't. Own It can't be of distress but right it's not what you get into it and then I got you said your sign I don't know what I'm doing doing the right. The unite s anymore because nobody had entered saints space before. And they didn't understand stumping coming from anyway. So the say just to show your God soupy Mike for Sinus Gherkins mcnerney choose abuse now girl nineteen years old gorgeous. Beautiful Skin and then go. Why are you here? She said well, you Bello she live some curse lead biggest. Thing. Bunk all on your shoulder and I said what happened to you? She goes I had. Little One, ancient online shoulder, and then you see was very conservative I graduated her. By the way shutting. down. Enrolled with with do I, stick it out so she went to a surgeon and he rated it, which is very old acknowledged rate. And then it cost. Kilo. was and then Bud us I'm here now can you remove my kilo at that time? There were still cure for Keeler that's three years. I. Can't do anything for you except in checking doesn't meeting were especially in areas. He let's get you know if you thought. Knowing the mortgage regarding bitter wait beyond beer bigger. You should have come from the beginning Kazan police that will remove twos without. Any Martin but not soon, eat. A. Bug after I had all the so. At that's why I said. If I continued my education, maybe shooting affirmative me rather sign everyone but I need another who? I doubled fish. Yes. So looking this, say to me you. Today Seder Seder baby comes into regular. Baby. Baby. And then one side of the face of the baby. So cute. But the other side is totally like mango. Spirit. So I'm sitting there. Then I go. What happened Nigo. showed him. Enjoy. Medina. As it's like a blood vessel to. Just gets bigger and bigger it's all bug gusts, but it usually goes around hang. So then the closest I, you the beam. And it's very important to take it out because if the baby doesn't user ID flying eventually on onsite. Casino. But the way to do. So the way you it is to. Date on the word surgery and getting skin from the neck and slap it over its they. And that's why it's always figured additional measures. Now, you don't need to do that anymore you can just use the Naser to shake up vessels send then it's fine with me. No scar anything into skin is perfectly fine just over. An over Doug Nestles. So again it's too late. Now. They've already taken out the whole thing's. Next. Skimmed the female. To meet the. Same. Tested. Okay. Got and then at that point, I remember very clear in my head. With the Lake We. Would he? Say. Not right into your next. Now, where you want to go where you keep your Focus and not missing anymore because it's still ex and you know even social. Megyn I'd G Dryer Best. But there are people suck Nuba but when I myself better than older I. Neu- already and Vevey. Sincere. Really wanting to do. So as not to rethink anyone in your helping people. Don't listen it anymore, but I dance. And even Jesus right might. Not..

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"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Rebecca to break. With Dr Vicki Belo, and again we have so much amazing I. I'll shine my best not to let my jaw drop onto everything. Thank you very much it's been a great episode by Barbara just going to get better but I wanted to ask you advice that other entrepreneurs skin kindergarten front already talked about how you give it into spend. But what I want to know because in beauty, there's always risk involved. One false move it Kim's. Create a wildfire of bad rap and what's not but you have to really do how do you manage to risk involved in beauty because if it's not a one size fits all. Think it's important to continually educate yourself and we learn and we as I said earlier we nor skin we know machines we know what it does. So enters shifts towards I would think, would I started my frankness sixty percent of back was liposuction. And lasers the nonsurgical thirty, forty percent brought bobby three, and now things have gotten forward so much innovation in. In nonsurgical thing. So if you don't have to do surgery either so many alternatives things have to view I, do not have mentoring I. Think the best the best way to make sure that the polity stays good. So when we hire you bunch of dockers, they follow me around and I get to see them. I watch them do things on our employees and very sad tried almost every treatment under Bella because I won't let anybody try. On if I haven't tried it myself. And I just thank God that I have never had. I had one problem which was fixable but in. Thank. God Nikki trying days what it's on the Redick Ahmad. So you know, but it's rhetoric might face in somebody else's. But I remember one of the ways I get into the best doctors offices abroad and to learn from them, susie running, you email them and stuff like that. They don't really pay attention to you a lot of times but now they know my name but before they did and then they wouldn't be even answer. So I would go for example, when fat transferring for in stem cell autographing was Nov.. Age and I went to the the person that started it all. Went to Paris and I couldn't get into this excite pretended to be and the became A. Suitcase. So I've become a creation. is fat.

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"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Are also now they have at school so you have to keep wandering again the value for money. It's always. Best Interval home close I keep thinking when I worked at home I'll get dressed. Yeah. It's work from home. You know. It's it's so clear. I need my psyche psyche to Brownie. But this is impossible. You know it's one thing dental insulin Meka since word children and dawn spiking I don't understand English. You know. biggie. Some home. Big. In my head okay. I have a place of It's my work of some people or something people living that else in decent things that is so small when somebody has to down knee sorts great that. Is the most wonderful help. You know he's speedy a person in need creditor. He doesn't. He's not with this Gopher Nonni Women Demand Rights Dan's the man behind the goal line and everything he sees. So observer fixing mostly about then. Because he's a doctor enter business gets A. Finally I have someone that understands both both signed six. Mary Marianne doctors businessman if you're with somebody. WHO's so now it's payback. Thank you go through. And I agree my my fiance's also an entrepreneur. It's. It's very important that the your partner in life gifts you from your perspective of of your profession and also you person because there are battles that only you can. You can You can fight right and if they can empathize with that battle, you have you're not alone you're going to battle with someone who who, who can actually give you advice in terms of, Hey, you're doing this, right? But they're not they're thinking empathize I totally agree let let's take our last week Wiki and when we come back, let's talk about how you argon word with advice entrepreneurs. Let's talk about that for after the break. This NYAH and I'm a wellbeing junkie. It's true. I, admit it I love everything to do with mind body energy and I'm constantly on a journey of learning exploration and self discovery. So I created a podcast to talk to experts influencers and thought leaders to be inspired by new ideas. So join me on the project loving myself podcast because the most important relationship you will ever have his relationship you have with yourself you are. He gave the fourth season of Hustle share. We've come a long way since we began this journey last year. Now through all the dozens of our episodes of you've done here, there's one common denominator. A lot of our former guests had to go through which was integral for their startups success, and it's none other than ideas base. Now for the past eight years ideas vs has helped, support some the Philippines leading startups like timeframe evasions, tax, sumo frontliners, and investigates. Now they don't just do that through a DSP competition that they do every year because they've also hustled from the start and help though the startup each. Community by providing enter ship resources in a lot of other opportunities that really come to fruition in a lot of startups that are successful in the country. Now now, the next we've the competition is just right around the corner. So if you think that your startup has what it takes to impact communities,.

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"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Now told us where this this this passion for beauty and making us all beautiful. Now I'm back. And Enough, money so that you can suck going to get married soon. So I WANNA make sure my wife Marissa sexy body. She deserves that there you go I try been doing my best but racist. LIGHTBULB here I come. Knock. Here's what I wanted to ask. A lot dermatology. Again, this is a very saturated market now to right there's a lot of them the front. Yet. Song. But there's one thing special about what you did in how you were able to rise above everybody else and you know getting the celebrities to really work with you love what you did. The tell me about the business side of what he did because. Of course, the practice there you know you were able to get hold of best technology gift best education what business nobody hands that to you in the silver platter at all you have. Walk us through the business is and how you built the. Brand into what is now? So I don't have any business training at all ray the we used to make money, which was very simple to me. I used to have my business I had A. Lou. Carry it on the cashbox. Within within five dollars. Vassilis and then when people with me I would with money in and I had to buy ingredients or my assistant money out. Then at the end of the month whatever I had over five, thousand, any Spain and heavy that's I. I figured out loud. I was making money siphoned life would be that simple same thing happened in euro bits but in I can do it in Belo medical group but I don't know how many people have stolen from me because I'm so simple minded in terms of in terms of that. Great. Because I just everyone I was so lenient and eat. Advantage didn't understand the business side of it. I only did Unite Delivery Bunny that. Making money has never been the white for me. it's making people mark on that. That makes me happy. So the best thing people could say. It changed my life I've been. So of course, the money will follow you have that. And you help people like that. The nanny more people will gone rate. So it's it's kind of thing but the business a. Now, we have a hundred twenty people doing the bist decide if it only heightened GM maybe in a much later on wanted to every myself Mike Gun. not market in the whole idea about the show Biz it's all. The E. So my first showbiz patient was regime Velazquez. nineteen years old and chat dimples on her back and she had gone through a lot of other dermatologists and it was to get any better. So I could some new thing ban in one thousand, nine, hundred square on mic acid I'll fly the s nobody ever heard of it and it went three. So she was on a show at abs she said thanking Ricky Bell. Over fixing might back. Blah. So everybody started. Didn't start bitch said. Fence or show Biz. OPS Fernandez on every single skins nice. Who Saddam Happened like that, and they would also thanked me on the air and my long would upbringing. So I, only say I never went to a hard I, opened my register louise after bag but now the farmers everybody scoffing the formulas. So Link Watch a show thank Dr so so they can offer. So inside of doing the same thing. So how I think the you just have to be. The best. Thank Dr Said trading every year one, each one of them go swan time so that they can bring back without she. What's happening is when they go abroad, they come back crowd dizzying law they just introducing this machine and Bella already fast here. So we're not behind my other thing has ron strengthened for my where I can be strong. So one of the things that shouted out instead. Technologies different around the world. Americans do things very differently among Europeans some example married solid but majors they're all about you don't think he thinks outs quickly on. Always. inrush. Yup. About refining this being elegant taking your time. So they both they both were but some things Europeans knew better in other things American. Stupider than you have the Koreans Japan Brazil. So go all these speaking at those in. Paris it said I would see what's growing because I have a good night for seeing what's good. I never invented anything. What I'm good at is combining it's different parts of the world to get the best result but. I've been dreaming bending something including the bell or whatever, but it's half. But good advantage this whole despite example, cycles dates are taken very well in Europe. The United States is just coffee. So all of these technology in the one stop shop for be in that in that area medical. So a lot of patients traveled to the Philippines from that same Beverly Hills, they have the best officer, New York, even Hong Kong people there. David next. See me. They come for the day. They come here at nine in the morning estimates spend the whole day in Belo Nicholas Day. 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"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

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07:50 min | 1 year ago

"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Today. So passionate am Abud it. So he said what this offer other clinics have seen machines and I just. I Dunno it came from incitement license. You know saying that denise say that that ruined because of may be slipping because. The best faith in the best fake brushes. It's not the machine. Everybody can have machine, but you know your science dino. Your. Do Know your wavelengths deal known the depth of skin you hit. New See skin change if it changes a certain way that I know him to. Show to change my settings as. A. Recipe you. evy subscribers contribute sounds like. So. It's really to evacuate any big bird years to gain that experience any twenty years ten years you can't just by the machine and then some ned rep comes to your off since the on such onstage many give you under the addressing book like. You WanNa. Get rid of you do this but everybody's different. So anyway, that's that's the thing. So what is it yet? My driving for is That I want to skit. I am I want the bond sedan I know as fat I know is ugly that game you're not in security. I feel much better now even if I'm. But I feel more comfortable because he would scare and not sat anymore and so and so I can you before he met before towards? I face to hang aerosol overtime been bulls. Eye to shy the exciting obsolete. Looking at my stare, it say how amny quieting saw needless states all van v. also get this because you don't own an issue in our east of the immediate insecure I applaud people who are secure. Who Don't have any need for Belo congratulations to you don't you're not my Dacian but for those who you at the healed if they looked better, they feel better and it for their confidence and then that's the bishop. and. I speak from personal experience. So I feel like I can be empathic correct with them got. Silva answered every. This is amazing. It's amazing that it's so deeply entrenched. It can keep you really going through all these years. You know because it's so deeply entrenched in your own narrative but I'm curious because as an entrepreneur regardless of how good how deep that why is with us? We need help right to obscure selves and or to Mentor. You realize that potential always had for you. What were those skills you had really learn on your own and who were people that helped you get to realize their own potential that you've always had. Well I understood early on that this new is so lucky. I was in the round. Devil level zero. The leasing will just got introduced eighty nine I bought my replacer ninety ninety. So a lot of the top dermatologists around the world we are all bad traits, and of course, I wanted to study leash. So the best face, this Harvard silent their next I can I went to Thailand hers I went to Harvard Lasers derm surgery scripts cleaning in. San, Diego, and Knipe suction from being denser himself off the shelf ignite within I always go to the source I'm less and buried nece. Make. The. Had the money to send. Okay. I remember my dad, my monitor all now in Harvard. Any said the supreme spending for clinic here building medical? Building. Ninety by the of Nice than you and. They said, they saw hundred square meters rookie with you and said. I'm screwed too big whether they cuts. They said plenty. Twenty Spine I want the twenty screaming. Blue Small. At the Baggy I don't know that would have any patients. So it's better than a small Dick so that the personification waiting in the do. It looks for. Vic The anti. But. If you can, you're ninety two appearances know. People to address five if you fast the restaurants nobody in the either night off in a full restaurant anyway. So so we agreed on for discriminatory just to show you had no idea God, help me so much but then I did say Danny. More than anything. Can you by police? was how much I those as? Each of the nineteen ninety that was. God and my Dad said sure any you know they never made me pay for it but that's the city might be and from then on I'm Feldstein never had to ask many again that's. Still if I didn't have that and I was so blessed because they could do the study before what's happening now, which is not so good is that he can't afford the via laser you've this law. Wants once you're successful and you can buy a laser. You don't have the time to study about lasers. So you just. Kind of wing it each you but you don't do the you know you don't do the harbor exists. In all the deep dive into into the science behind Easter. So I was I could I did that in for began training anyway my limit and then once begun the Nikki just add onto that but you already have the basic knowledge it's easier to understand dodig. All right now let's say I. Come back let's talk about the business how you got into the show Biz world and how you've. Exponentially. Well, let's talk about that more after the break. 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"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

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07:24 min | 1 year ago

"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

"That early on. So, as I said, he's starting to fade eight. Must People have read my story? It was about bullying before bullying was a word. So I was adopted I was the daughter of my mom's sister. So basically, my my birth mom had three when I was born. Should feed gross in one boy. My Bell Mom might adopt Imam considered maybe a month. Had Been Married for eight years. It had no children was her sister kept getting pregnant every year also since it was eight years, there is no neutral. They didn't have any of that stuff. Then they they asked my birth mom if they could have the baby respected and that time my mom had three gross in a boy by birth mom. So she said if If this baby is a boy keep him because we need to Bali able without girls. Before but. She's a girl, you can have her. So. Basically I came on a girl so I was given to the bellows and I was never is my mom my birth mom so scared to get over. Attached to me I think. You know if you've talked to Niagara that someone of my. Being. There was so much anger I didn't understand her social security so what I did A. Knife regression or whatever. If found out that at the time that might do mothers spoke. which just made you choose form inspector. My birth mother decided to cut off all communication with the child. May because if she got attached to me, it would be harder to give me over sister. The Russian. When's life again maybe beneath it begins during pregnancy far where so from be in a whole mothers always baptist. Off Their Day none of that and I. Think it went very abruptly from from be doctoral to dark this CY I. I remember putting my hair kicking and screaming I couldn't understand why was you know I had an awareness was weird like I knew even at two or three months I, do it this? Anyway so finding. My Bella Dancer Wonderful Dvd made me there. So patient with me always does even if I knew that I was so bad. And they always they always told me wonderful. They prayed for me. If you want the NATO me stories about Greensboro goes and adopted shot and how much love she was in. Hope you it breaks. On that. So I said not yet we adopted and my dad said, yes, you are and I thought it was most special unite. You're not just going incident it briefly. But when I went assumption and that's where my sisters were it caught me their sister and everybody started glutting. Adopted Lung. Amman one another. May MALANGAS OVER GOSH? This is not ago. So I was getting confused and then. Someone fence came up to me of spied. They said, what did your friends way way big USA kosher ugly. Wild. Pusher by Sunday cried a number to this day when I thought about eight year. I think it's five years old made up my mind case this is the world. If you're ugly, you're fat may give you. Even in that make everybody beautiful in sexy. So they're. Not giving away but in this too. So I had that is my goal but I had no idea how And not getting from your Andrea really bad skin if most. Dialogue I did not speak the. Info snack together the one somewhere. Skin showing. And then may ninth to send me to the best doctors. Now, just keep gory every single week, brick, my face give me. Solutions. Goal next week could be the same thing. Your forever invasion of innovation. I. Mean Wave Adult Acne. So twenty so I decided then I was planning my career in their offices looking on mastic flowers of meekly knob noisy instruments I said not only be adopted the ethnic get nice. But have fresh flowers ice magazines beautiful surroundings because beauty has to be a consistent thing so i. Look this is one of the I would give people who want to try scorer on the north and any ideas you hundred the day. Nice Ninety Four. United now no matter how crazy just for you. Anyway and you'll be surprised how Divine conspiracy nearly nine revenue just get something a message and then when you look. Back at Nick. Look. off of weather, for example, like now, we're all given ingrained in. Find something saying that will work in dying restaurants are doing homes of Bolivia. Even. We had to do it because of course, they're less patients grossing US Open Yourself Cozy. League. NBC Cure. Only. In so anyway, bring back. So that's where this whole thing started, and also because I was fat I just need only solve my problem snuffing for many people have the same albums. So it's always a one spike of you. What blame me, what Glenmede with want the SNOT. Up there. And it's not very good I have to invent it because I need it. And that's my clinic. So Mike Nick people always wanted or you dermatologist because she gonNa you know when? I started in ninety Dermatology was security clinical profession inefficiencies. So it would just doing basically skin diseases you know bimbos, they nobody did liposuction and no one had a laser. So when I came in the different dermatology practice lasers being long links to remove the subduing suction here chance that's. She's rear but this of the art in the US right three but nobody had bothered because you know the people used to have only quadri machines at six thirty, thousand s Caesar's are five million. So even if you can do it with gone through why not even if it's better with laser white why bothering US. Just too big. But since I'm I can't stand it if I know that something better. Out. there. By new saying even if I already have a machine that does it. Kinda it doesn't already but didn't sufficient to do this. So I can't I can't be if I know I can't give this. It's like a sin me to myself again, face myself in the mirror. So I think people reshape was day in fact the other day somebody asked me a was a.

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"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

"This podcast contains different language so make sure there's no kids. Need to this, just we're going to be talking about a hostile that piece a lot of people beautiful and to tell us all about. Bearing, well known person. Her name is the Dora Vicki Belo of the Belo Medical Group before adopt viki became the celebrity doctor everybody knows she'll tell us the hospitals that she had to go to eighteen. Instructor also share, with us, pal deeply entrenched her y his considering that she had to go through a lot of discrimination because of how she looked up not he's also going to share with us how she he'll pioneer in life changing colleges like laser technology and liposuction that wasn't signs because she'll also share the business side of things in how she was able to grow by getting to show Biz and how she was able to build her team and the systems that allow them to grow nationally in Leslie excuse also going to share. Their vity in the midst of this pandemic in how they're able to make more people still beautiful despite being fully remote stick around until the end because she will provide a lot of bites you can use for your own hustle especially during this pandemic. So. If you're ready to learn the hustle behind Belo Medical Group. Let's begin this episode. Right What let us episode of Hustle. Share podcast I am still stash rock. Selling. But again I, ask no words really babble before I get started because we are very fortunate to have her on the show to talk about not her life butter business but again, welcome to the show Doc Vicki. Bello. Muscle share. What are you talking I'm not. And again, thanks very much for everything and in terms of having time I. Know you're very busy person you have a baby daddy daycare but before I get carried away I'll ask you the million dollar question that I've always been asking just started this podcast doc Vicky. What's your hustle? Hustle I have I think my hustle started when I was five years old side. Hustles in life but I'm leaving one of these people always figure saw a week or from anything that I do so I can't stand it. I, I, am not careening I feel like I'm not being productive. So for example, some of my businesses started baking when his only seven years old because I love to eat this stuff. And I found dog and I was one hundred pounds. And I. Thought. Was I always tell the story that I'm an ornate style than I I don't know how to hustle like other people because I don't have siblings anything can learn the also. Grabbing stains trying to. Negotiate with your brothers and sisters or something, but I didn't have that. So rolling out. Yeah. I was handed. Over there right Miami Barron's CERNA MURPHY NOT I would wait for people to give me sugar flowers and all the hands of the open. And I wouldn't have any. So I decided to learn how to be then I found out that if I date cupcakes. While if years is fifty, forty, five minutes to go I, begin the most popular girl in school. Okay. NICAS Chubby with glasses nothing. Great. But if I both cupcakes to school. Every buddy would be my friend if you. Finish out, talk SELENA's everybody. In this. At the moment. We do not sound MPG Scottish to do exactly what I did. So she has it snow sweets. I do not seen any videos, but we spent a lot of baking and then I grew up in I got. I got fatter and I got more impulse nine. The got might be so I that's when I decided. I went all the doctor's offices Dermot. Impulse I said Norman. And then I was I always had a weight on them. So I discovered a Rubik's knows. It just introduced in Chicago aerobics. Jason. I lived there with my ex hus- then that barks said Yup. So I- classicist I went Jane Fonda. The shed of his and I started learning how to teach their the. In Nine Dean Eighty. Teach aerobics enough like hatch club whatever because you know I figured out I was in medical school still eating because it was my way of. Letting, go stress and something that they shout. might wait just so I would southwest they had to be paid for it and I was already Egypt I. Liked Barking out orders. And then the art and I'm so happy because I had such a law. Raping list of people trying to join right last so. Successful that in. If. Everything I do I always need to then I started practicing medicine I went abroad studies. That And then on liposuction. So. Hey. I can suck that inaugural work it out. So, that. I can buy temples. Today because you spend so much money going to a dermatologist and they were I felt like I could do a better job. So it's a great. So that's so find a problem when you're given lemons make eight they my. Moto. Is Amazing but doc. Did you basically laid it all out the the whole career ready but I wonder I wonder. No. No. No. But I wanted you to a deep dive but I need you to buckle up real quick because we're going to ride the hustle share time machine. which sounds like a fairytale by the way I don't know why still. But hopefully in the episode what hundred plus upgrade. Our. Doc You mentioned you did so many hustles in whatnot what What would the early struggles because? Usually with entrepreneurs. You know there's a WHO got deep who for us. Thank for me. I was a single I was an only child and I was raised by. Mom She had to struggle for just put me through good schools, which eventually gave me the right opportunities. To thrive and I think her always. By why going up West Always Always rented. Growing. Up I. Knew we never had enough. So my goal was to buy Mama House and I only. That but that that kept me going for you what what was that wind? You've had.

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"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

"The Hustle share podcast is brought to you by Union Bank Global Link or a free digital platform that empowers Filipino SME's to digitize their business and go global. Sign up now at Union Bank Global Link Dot Com to get a free on surviving covid nineteen for your business also by idea space a nonprofit supporting innovation and technical as a pop to nation building. Ideas space runs an annual startup competition for more information. Make sure to sign up for their newsletter at ideas base foundation, dot org slash connect. Also powered by pod metrics the only analytics platform you ever need for your podcast sign up now, pod metrics dot com for free and use the code. Hustle share. Good I see what's I never invented anything what I'm good at miss for Mining Keith less from different parts of the world to get the best results. Buckingham to. Hustle. Share. The podcast features the daily grind unique hosters around the world to show not our differences. That are hustles are very much alike. Now here's your host roster me. Welcome to episode ninety, seven of the Hustle share podcast mining is Ron stir and I'm your host and this episode is powered by Union Bank Winter Free Platform that empowers Filipino. Ease digitize their business..

"belo" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

Archives of Fabella

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"belo" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

"Three brand new stories in the traditional overview fashion. You've come to love that said I owe you guys, six episodes and today I'm reading my first check. Let's take a journey back in time to wear for Belo began with the creation age, the creation age is the first five hundred years of Abella for used to seeing depictions of goblins and elves amid evil or at least a much more advanced setting. For not used to seeing them away from all manners of civilization, and hurled back to their primitive roots as cave, people in the creation age, its survival of the fittest with every day, being struggled to find food, shelter and water. It presents a time where every single person in the world is teetering on the edge of life and death. You have to hunt. You have to grow you half to Clar here way to the top. Because if you don't, you're going to die. It's a cool age to write an and the only reason it's not done more frequently as a stone-age existence doesn't have a large fan base, so you really need a series like archives of Abella for it to work and attract an audience in a word, life is rough. Most people in this age are nomadic as they animal herds from place to place to sustain their food supply stone tools are. Are All the rage as people don't have the ability to create weapons and tools more complex than what they can fight on the ground or make with their own two hands. People pay a lot of attention to animal behavior in this era, even a basic understanding of biology and geology is a bona fide. A game changer hunters have to know how to track gatherers hatchet. Know what plants are poisonous. When they are lucky to make a kill. They use all of that animal for basic tool. Making including nothing goes to waste the two stories. I've covered in this period are light of Abella and Don of Abella, but let's tackle some more stories that shaped the unique history of this world. I'm Dillon, Foley, and this is archives of.

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"belo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"belo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In Belo I'm bill Seward live from the twenty four hour KFI news room authorities say the noise from a smash and grab robbery at the Montebello mall set off a panic that's because people in the mall thought it was gunfire cops say the robbers used a hammer to smash glass jewelry counters at JC Penney kiosks in the center of the mall that's audio from a short clip on Twitter which shows four people running away several people posted on social media that they thought it was an active shooter and since Montebello PD wouldn't talk to me about the incident it's not clear if there's a description of the robbers in downtown LA Steve Gregory king a fine is a man who ran sleep study centers in Sherman oaks and St Peter's been sentenced to more than two years in prison for money laundering and mail fraud the man along with two others ripped off several health plans by recruiting people to take unnecessary tests they build at least sixteen million dollars in fake claims and got paid at least three million sometimes the participants got a kick back of a few hundred Bucks the first big winner of Inglewood's new home buyer program is a city employee the program offers first time homebuyers up to three hundred fifty thousand dollars the original plan was to drop five names from a lottery but that changed to just four names when city officials decided to help one of their own the daily breeze says a longtime city employee who had worked for the Housing Authority was the first to get the home buying assistance that employees mom is the acting budget manager of angle would this city claims it made no special exemptions to help the employee and from on the back KFI news the Getty center is installing a series of special metal nets to stop debris flows during mud slide over in Bundy canyon area we are installing series of **** there there's going to be a total of four in that location and the center's facilities director Mike Rogers says the Getty's also installing five nets in Norman can any says following the wildfire in October it was important to prevent further damage to the homes around the area the metal nets span across the base of the hill side guard designed to catch rocks broken trees and other debris from previous fires the Getty spending millions of dollars on the project Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer has issued a challenge to president trump ahead of the impeachment trial if you are so confident you did nothing wrong why won't you let your men testify Schumer has sent a letter to his fellow senators detailing what stuff he wants subpoenaed for the trial that includes internal emails from the White House and state department Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Schumer is just pretending to be impartial about it house speaker Nancy Pelosi is withholding the two articles of impeachment passed last week she says she's waiting to make sure the proceedings are fair there is a crash in Montebello it's on the westbound side of the sixty this is that San Gabriel Boulevard you have a wreck on the offramp emergency crews are on the scene here look for little gawkers walked we've been through on the main line see you to be on the scene in Wilmington North and want to just pass Pacific coast highway big rig broke down that's on the far right lane the we've got a big flatbed tow truck to arrive your problem popped up in Anaheim ninety when he's just pass the fifty five saw the car spin out the eagles against center divider watch for look you lose coming up on that and see if he just ran a break in riverside to fifteen north connector the westbound ninety one clear to fender Bender out of the left lane of that transition road KFI in the sky helps get you there faster I'm wrong in Dublin now the clouds kind of went away they're starting to come back and what else is coming with those clouds your forecast it's up next contractor why says ten forty seven seventy one.

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Wrinkle Twinkle: Wrinkle Fillers 101

The Jersey Joe Show

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Wrinkle Twinkle: Wrinkle Fillers 101

"So we're going to talk a little bit more about wrinkle fillers, and we call them wrinkle fillers there's so much more. It's the second most popular procedure in all of cosmetic surgery, following of course, boats hawks which is formerly called botulinum toxin Boateng's is actually just one of four different brands of that Botula Lynam toxin and the wrinkle fillers while there's lots of them. Now, there's juvenile and a whole family of juvenile in products and wrestling and their products and Belo tarot and a whole bunch of others that will maybe talk about tonight. But hopefully, you'll ask me a question about them eight hundred three to one zero seven ten we're also going to talk about I don't might be the concept of the mommy makeover. That is so many plastic surgeons talk about that. But I'm gonna tell you why I don't think the mommy makeover is a good idea at least not a good idea to do in one procedure. And I stand maybe not quite alone. Certainly in a minority of plastic surgeons because so many plastic surgeons would love to do the, mommy makeover. Because it's a big day in the operating for everybody. But I believe in safety. I, and I don't think that a a long procedure that combines a tummy tack with a breast augmentation or breast lift is uniformly safe. You know, I think separately they're just fine. And we can we can do these in two different procedures. But that's what the mommy makeover is. And and people talk about that. But I'll tell you why later in the show why think it's not the best idea to have a mommy makeover at least in one day. All right.

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"belo" Discussed on Chewing the Fat

Chewing the Fat

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"belo" Discussed on Chewing the Fat

"The network welcome to chewing the fat yale stanford food programs podcasts looks the big complicated world of food and agriculture. I'm ruin lee your podcast hosts and new lazarus fellow kicking off our podcast season with an episode about hunger to do so we invited political agriculturist dr m johnny chapelle into the studio giannis our senior research fellow at coventry university's center for agroecology water in resilience as well as a fellow of food. I also known as the institute for food and development policy. He's also recently published a book beginning to end hunger food in the the environment in belo horizonte brazil beyond which ends up as a major part of our conversation. Let's take a listen johnny. Can we start with you. Describing your journey into belo horizonte understanding people society and eventually it's institutions sure <hes> say of course it's just like this book is beginning to end hunger. It's always a beginning to understand something. I think that's one of the things of a scholar you never really get all the weight understanding something just get closer so my training is in in conservation biology ecology evolutionary biology and i really came into <hes> my graduate program some years ago wanting to figure out how can we <hes> support sustainability at the same time as really supporting people's well-being so now we often call that sustainable development or sometimes we think that's too <hes> co-opted but that's the the idea that <hes> really motivated my work and so i was looking for examples where you had some kind of governance change <hes> alongside <hes> cuban wellbeing decision around human wellbeing and the environment and so agriculture is just a really natural way to bring those two together <hes> that it's it's a major land use around forty percent on ice covered land in the world <hes> of course in a how we feed ourselves by and large so better as archie just ended up hearing about the different friends who had used it as an example in their classes because <hes> francis had written about it in one of their books very briefly early and looking into it around two thousand three gun touch with a professor named cecilia rocha and she'd been starting to study but are janci for the past several years years <hes> because their programs started nineteen ninety-three and it just for me. It was perfect connection between different elements. I wanted to do sort of from political collagen. Agriculture algae point of view is the city program that into three had been established for ten years <hes>. There's really good report that it had some important improvements and food security. There are also connected with local farmers in that same landscape so this local food idea before as a right one is starting to get popular local food <hes> <hes> but working with local farmers who are in a diversity hotspot the atlantic rainforest at the very heavily deforested area so it's actually it's. I think a lot less conservation attention than it deserves. That's a really great place to look at okay well if they're working local farmers and they've already proved foods carrying city by connecting people to some degree with farmers is that also having effect on the environment but in biodiversity and so that was how i got into starting to look at it and just the more learned the more. It seemed like a perfect case to examine all these issues together. It's great to hear hear about how your training and your studies and your research is all come together to understand more and more about these stories nelson masan. The municipal government body in charge of the city's food security programs piloted a series of initiatives from the people's restaurants to school meals and i was wondering in your research. Did you come across anything that struck us particularly innovative. I know there is this pioneering concept of food with dignity and so i'm wondering wondering if there's anything that just surprised you as you were learning more and more about other cities programs you know. I've been studying for about fifteen years so life. It's hard to go back to that that those first moments but <hes> i think what most pleased me <hes> and something that several friends of mine who specialists in the area pointed out in the book but he spoke to them as sort of a story <hes> was when we went to <hes> on my first visit there was a social <hes> winch to a city health post post <hes> smiles on the food security secretary at partners with all the other city departments with relevant functions as you would in health because brazil has a a universal healthcare system <hes> health has posts everywhere even the poorest neighborhoods and south one way that small son can make sure that they were trying to adjust the poor's residents by partnering with the health department so we went down there and they had this <hes> and when the poor neighborhoods of john and they had this <hes> cultural day and they had a series of plays and sort of actors and skits <hes> talking to kids about healthy food about fruits and vegetables but then also about <hes> a culture of being proud of coming from different places different heritage's <hes> different skin colors being retrained in teach them to be empowered and to know who were they came from and be proud of it which i thought was really interesting exciting that they had a holistic approach to food that even extended into talking about personal development and sort of cultural and community development <hes> but one of the things that really struck me i often the back to is after the series of skits <hes> they had talked to some of the parents and they're telling us one of the things that they do. Indifference mawson programs help teach parents and kids about <hes> healthier with your eating and one things parents especially for poor parents alternatives to soda <hes> generally. It's just sugary. There's no health value to it. It and <hes> obesity has become a huge problem in brazil as it is in many parts of the world and so they just talking about making fresh fruit juices and blending together <hes> carrots and and oranges nice fresh choose and this woman who was <hes> from a poorer background <hes> was talking about how much she'd learned <hes> coming to the health center her and her kids coming in talking to her about what they learned in school that she hadn't realized how bad sodas for them and realized how relatively easy it was to make something healthier and she was saying that she would put this orange carrot juice into soda bottles and the kids wouldn't know the difference <hes> little sneaky and in every case where every kid but <hes> she's younger kids already excited about this orange carrot juice and that's all they drank. She said we don't drink soda anymore. Except for my husband he still drinks it but the rest of us you know we just this is tasty and is better for us and the key to that story to me was just that she was excited about the process she obviously he felt empowered by learning more and she felt empowered to take steps to try and prove her family's health and at least from what i saw there seemed like you know there's this processing system in place so she can keep growing in that and that's what's most exciting to me is when people are able to take possession of knowledge and their right to with dignity and not only learn more but then and becoming a position where they can demand more and that's something that the city of billers auntie on smartphones seems to embrace <hes>. I started the book with an example of how they said they were excited. Did there have been threatened with a lawsuit to expand the programs <hes> because they said we want people to really own these programs so they should be doing what they think. We should be doing more at it's incredible. Oh i don't know of any government agencies here. That would be happy with a lawsuit especially in these times that exactly yeah so we heard a bit about the amazing qualitative hated experiences in anecdotal evidence that suggests smartphones programs are really doing good <hes>. Can you give us a few insights into also the quantitative measures assures that are indicating that these programs are succeeding absolutely so <hes> in terms of direct measures of hospitalization new infant malnutrition <hes> between around nineteen eighteen ninety five and two thousand fifteen in the city. That's gone down by about sixty percent <hes> for infant and under-five mortality which are also very tied to <hes> maternal journal health especially eating fruits and vegetables micronutrients as well as of course what the kids eat once they're born and what their nursing mother eats <hes> those went down by sixty and seventy ninety percent infant mortality and under five mortality and one of the interesting results that hadn't been reported before that i've seen at least in the book <hes> before i research for the book was that diabetes hospitalization due to diabetes has gone down by thirty three percent and so that seems like another exciting indicated indicated you that you're not just getting <hes> maybe more or calories to people who need it and we're dietary diversity. Maybe two people who had insufficient food but there's also other dietary change in terms of people who were eating the kinds of foods at weren't that were maybe having given problems with diabetes. There's been a reduction in junk food alongside an increase of fruits and vegetables though you know that's that we circumstantial and figure if that's the case but we know the diabetes went down and so that just seems like a really a several several exciting indicators that the programs are really had an effect absolutely absolutely and it's encouraging to hear and <hes> also we did <hes> started talking about my training and conservation asian biology and so we did measure about diversity on around ten farms in the research area that we're working with the approximately five that were working with the city and five that weren't so small sample size but we did find some indications that the farms at work with the city seem to have higher about diversity that we saw more different kinds of ant species just the start of a biodiversity indicator <hes> we saw more forest species reinforced species on the farm at work with on so some initial indicators you said there are also might be a sustainability impact absolutely and we'll be sure listeners to get to the stories of these farmers a little bit later so now that we've touched on some of the achievements of milan's programs. I wanted to touch also on. Maybe a few challenges that the programs encountered you write a little bit about this. <hes> in particular. I remember a moment in your book when you mentioned that a nonprofit stop partnering with my son because they thought that the organization wasn't isn't doing enough to empower community rally or commuting support and smith john's reply was that they didn't have the capacity to do so that it was ultimately up to community leaders to achieve that type of broad based support yes about food security also so much about developing civil society developing substantive democracy and so i'm wondering when we we reach that impasse. What do we do as well. That's a pretty heady question. I think part of what i'm trying to say in the book as well as that at the same time that we really need to make more progress in democracy. If you wanna make progress and food security <hes> that's going to vary how you do that. In place to place <hes> in billers auntie i mean i think that there is a an in brazil actually enlarge the challenge there that to some extent it did make sense for the city opposite food security say it's not our job to develop community leaders at the same time part of the hallmark of their programs has been there holistic approach and you know i. I was a little surprised when that was their answer. I just thinking about it now. Even in this conversation that <hes> given their holistic approach it's argument something they should say that we need to take john because it's part of food security just like they have citizens. <hes> <hes> food security council's have been very influential around two-thirds or not run two-thirds. It's <hes> civil society and government representatives and so in the poor neighborhoods as well they saw that that some places where the program's been less effective that some of their programs to reach the poorest neighborhoods involved having <hes> produce shop owners bring fruits and vegetables up to those areas and in some cases they were.

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Rappers, women won big at Grammys after past snubs

The Frame

06:31 min | 2 years ago

Rappers, women won big at Grammys after past snubs

"You watch the Grammy awards last night, and you care about representation and diversity. You may have been pleasantly surprised the sixty first annual Grammy awards did not repeat the Grammy. So male ceremony of twenty eighteen where only one woman Elissa car up one a solo award in the top categories Alicia Keys, hosted Cardi B became the first solo women to win for rap album and Casey must graves took home the trophy for album of the year on top of all that the show's musical performances were heavily female driven with numbers by do aletha. Dolly Parton, communica Baeau, lady Gaga and many more. I spoke today with varieties executive music editor, Shirley Helprin. And she began with her reaction to the shows performances. I thought the performances were really top knots. I thought they were very well produced. They were colorful, they were labyrinth was a lot of, you know, really, you know, beautiful choreography, you know, there were couple of moments. I think people were sort of scratching their heads. Like Jennifer Lopez, you know, sort of presence in the Motown sixtieth anniversary tributes. You know, she got a lot more singing time than smokey Robinson. Who was you know, one of the architects of the Motown's found, but I think Casey muss grades was fantastic. Cardi B was really fun. Boys over about his truck Sawhill speak. In terms of of them stepping into that kind of Barras in line last year about how women needs to step up. I mean, I think the producers and CBS really took to heart the controversy and really looked at their program and thought about these issues I wanna play something from do aletha who won best new artist. She was making a reference to comments made last year by academy president Neo Poh now. Oh my God. I don't even know what speaking I guess where I wanted to begin by saying. How on and I am to be nominated alongside so many incredible female artists, the fizz, I guess this really stepped up. So that is Mirroring what Neil porno said about women stepping up. So they're two things that are at issue here. One is who is allowed and invited to perform their show and the second is who actually goes home with a hardware. So if you're to look at who actually was nominated who won Grammys does it feel like some progress is being made on that front. Even if the performers were actually more Representative of the industry. Yeah. I can't really give credit to the Grammys organization for that. Because it's it's the voting body and the voting body is is working musicians and engineers and mixers producers songwriters, you know. So so it's really what they feel are our songs on the albums that most resonated this year. I think Casey most grades winning album of the year is a great example of how an artist really transcend, John RAs, I love country music with everything that I am. And I'm very proud to be able to get to share my version of that with the world. Thank you for supporting that joke, the embraced by, you know, not just an American audience, but global audience who, you know, probably a lot of them wouldn't call themselves country music fans. So I think that was a big win. And I think childish Gambino winning for this is America, which is such a provocative. You know, in politically charged song was another example of the voting body really embracing something that is different that is not pop-oriented. That wasn't you know, like a major radio hit, you know, all of these things come into play. And and I think things are changing, you know, look -lution sorta like steering battleship. It doesn't happen overnight. But I see signs of abroad or more inclusive Grammy organization than the feature were you think about kind of how wide net the Grammy's and the Grammy voters are casting. You look at Casey most graves, even though the k pop. Bam BTO's did not win. There were certainly a big presence. Does it feel like the definition of what is Grammy worthy is becoming a little bit more broad now. Well, I think there's always been this conflict between Grammys as a TV show and Grammy's as, you know, a music awards ceremony, and you really have to balance those two things, and I think for CBS, which which airs the show their priority is really just making sure that people tune in and that they get the youngest demo possible. You know, Camille at the Belo is odd. Obviously very much of that generation and BTS which has very very energetic fan base. That's why they were toes into present. I mean, they were only nominated for best reporting package and they didn't win. So, you know, been of a stretch to have them there. But that's not to say that people weren't like in excited. Just to see you know, what is the biggest Cape fans in the world. So it's a mix of all those things, you know. I mean, I think it'll be more interesting to see how other awards shows sort of pit after the Grammy's, and the fact that that really took, you know, a much broader more pop Centric Roop of artists to perform were you think about the people who won not only the broadcast Ramon. But earlier was there a specific award that really gratified you and conversely was there one person who didn't win who really wish might have. I think the gratifying win was Saint Vincent winning with Jeff. Antonoff just to incredible artists. You know, I was really thrilled that to aletha one for for best new artist and for electricity, which is just an amazing amazing song really one of the greatest songs of the last year in terms of surprises. I mean, I I mean the little surprise that some of the artists coming in with so many nominations like Drake really didn't walk away with a whole hell of a lot. But I will shout out to one amazing female mastering engineer, which is Emily Lazar. She won four for mastering for Beck's album, and she has been at this for like, you know, twenty years really at the top of her name. And she's the first woman, you know, mastering engineer to win a Grammy of the stature. So really really thrilled about that. To know when it comes to representation women come up very short as producers and as engineer so that was a very special win,

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"belo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"belo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Its last breath. It's doozy. The star Belo's its outer layers of gas out into space that surrounds the stars core with a colorful bubble the bubble can last for tens of thousands of years before it fades away. One of those bubbles is on the edge of Gemini by the constellation is well up in the east as darkness falls. It's marked by its brightest stars the twins politics. And caster the Medusa nebula is about fifteen hundred light years away. And it spans about four light. Here's some of the strands of gas that make up the nebula have reminded sky watchers of the snakes on the head of Medusa one of the Gorgon of Greek mythology the strands have been expanding into space for thousands of years. They began their journey when their star could no longer produce nuclear reactions in its core gravity squeeze the dying core tighter making it smaller and hot. The radiation of the hotter. Core pushed away the layers of gas around the core, and they're still expanding more than fifteen miles every second ultraviolet light from the core. Energizes the gas in the nebula making glow different elements glow in different colors allowing astronomers to identify them. That tells them about the original star and about its demise. The fate of the Medusa nebula is shared by all sun like stars. So billions of years from now the sun will create its own nebula a colorful bubble blown with its final breath, and you can find much more about the stars in start. Eight magazine subscription information at Stargate dot org for the McDonald observatory I'm sandy wood..

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"belo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"belo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I mean if. But if somebody's gonna make them hook up in the woods. No. I mean worst case scenario. The people would call in and they were upset about it most people, but there was a vocal minority who would call in and say, look my kids are in the scouts. And I'm one of those parents a dad calls in he says to me, I have a daughter we go to the meetings. Anyway, is the parents are at these meetings. Anyway, it's a different world the, you know, Jimmy you and I were dropped off at our scope scouts. No we were talking about. But I know my mother just dropped me at the scouts or I rode by bike down there. But they weren't in there. Now parents bring you to the scouts. They sit in all the meetings. It's all parents. There's certainly gymnasium or its parent daring everything now not having free group is the parents have to be there or they don't have to be there. But they just do it. Anyway. Sit along the sides, and there's other kids with them. And the girls were saying why is that guy being able to make a car, you know, the the pinewood derby car, and I can't make the car. So that's the the function of it is that it's become so such a whole family event, if they wanna make the hopefully stinks for the girl scouts because boy scouts. I think we're always more popular they always had more members. And now girl scouts are really struggling. So their niche is now their whole angle is we are an organization exclusively for girls made by girls four and that can get going. Furious. 'cause they said you're just trying to steal our scouts. I wouldn't piss off a woman bring it in the woods. And then, you know, dark Knight, bows and arrows. Oh, yeah. They get the boy scout camp that was. It was a dangerous place scout camp because the talk about bullying, you're you know, you're at camp. So there's a real pecking order those eagles not their they weren't nice guys. I know they were like. And everything, but they would you know, there's a reason they were named after birds of prey, that's what you're saying. -actly exactly to us young. You know, we Belo's or whatever we work. Why don't we take a break? Here. We got more stories. This is the year. According to Tom shillue, the most important stories of two thousand eighteen Jimmy fail is here Carly ship guesses here. We'll be back. You're listening to the year. According to Tom shillue, the most important stories.

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Massive funding crisis for Palestine relief, compounds collapsing system: UN coordinator

UN News

06:15 min | 3 years ago

Massive funding crisis for Palestine relief, compounds collapsing system: UN coordinator

"This is Matt wells at U N, news Gaza hospitals, unable to feed their own patients elective surgeries perspective for years. Those are just a few examples of what the UN's deputy special coordinator for the Middle East. Jamie McGoldrick describes as a collapsing system in free fall on Monday, he issued an appeal as part of the humanitarian response plan for next year the three hundred and fifty million dollars to help one point four million people in the most need across the pied Palestinian. Territories chiefly the Gaza Strip are you a news Arabic chief Reema buzzer was in Gaza with Mr. McGoldrick several weeks ago, and after they visited the main hospital together she asked him to outline the extent of Gaza's plight. The health sector here has been under severe funding shortages for for years. The blockade for the last twelve years by Israel has prevented goods coming in movement. The lack of supply of key essential drugs has been one of the reasons why in the salad problem is one of the reasons as hospitals don't operate properly. L she has a special offer because it's a teaching hospital is one of the biggest hospitals here. And as a result of that when the greet. Macho return demonstration started the March. It was the police that absorb the biggest number of casualties people who are wounded as demonstrations those being twenty thousand people in jobs and five those of those with live bullets most of the injuries are below the knee. And so what we saw today in the hospital was hundreds of young men and women who have been short Belo's who need at least six seven very complicated vascular born reconstruction subsidies, which would take maybe two years seventy operations, and of course, millions of dollars and needs technical support a needs technical ability needs resources this hospital. This guy's doesn't have. Not even talking about the the stick. We're talking about only wounded emergency cases. But there's adults. Yeah. The delta said this morning, they've kgo eight thousand elective surgeries for heart surgery for cancer patients for people regarding tons plant Sodi operations, all of those have been left the being pushed the hospital that don't long do that in the hospital anymore. The only teach trauma Kazaks all the deal with all the other subjects have been postponed. Council delayed or send somewhere else, and that's up to it'll be years before they can clear that might log. Meanwhile, more and more people are getting sick. That exit of the hospital said that he was working he's working as a doctor for thirty years. And this is the first time ever that he sees a hospital unable to feed its patients, and he asked for more support. What can the U N do? Well, I mean, what we try to do when the guy the marches took place demonstrations, we a special people, which was a white paper, which was to try and bring donor specific funding for the health sector. We mighty stick over twenty million dollars. But that's twenty million less than we need. We need forty million. Plus, and that's just to deal with the case law would behalf today every Friday there are more patients who arrive with boom bullet wounds or requiring treatment, and it just answer the caseload. Meanwhile, the other subsidies are not team police because there's no key essential drugs. Can not enough essential drugs. We hear from the Central American see store, the drugstore that are some drugs that run on the running thet it is and forty days. And then when he he says he can't feed these people as indicative of the crisis that health system faces, but the health system is only power part of a broader issue. A broader issue of collage. Apps collapsing system in free fall. And if we said that the unemployment rate in Gaza is fifty percent, how Gessen's surviving always flagged this idea of resilience, which is something that are self reliance that the half here in Gaza. I mean, what is so willingness to survive under very terrible conditions of Nokia station. A blockade of an ability to move around freely unless you can p to go from there. Most people are stuck here for most of the lives. And it's not as you can buy everything you can have everything if you working seven and ten youth don't have jobs, and what we're trying to do is to create cash for what programs are we'll try to get people on what schemes that gives them a trade or skill that, they can go outside St. and say the to themselves, but this difficult to bring immaterial to actually, you know, build funded and self on a Sudafed to export matisyahu because of the restrictions are placed on Gaza. So it's a very very harsh environment for economic development. As a result of the economy is in freefall, the World Bank report in September said very very clear. The GDP gone to one person and to our declared this in poverty, as by the UN standards. So we're facing a crumbling collapsing situation here, and if you put on top of that all the stresses of the great March, Tom the demonstration, the health system, the psychosocial, and then you've got owner as the funding crisis for Indra as massive, you know, people are not George people are losing their jobs losing the support. And that's only adding further and further pressure on a very fragile precarious environment. And you mentioned before that two thousand eighteen was the worst humanitarian funding. What was the main reason for this? Well, I think there's a couple of reasons I think first of all this environment in the Middle East is a lot of other countries who may or higher profile than Palestine, and that would be the Yemen's of the series and the racks and then Libya's so you compete against those unfairly an also Palestine's been around for a long long time. People don't get the sense that there's a there's a political solution in any anything soon. And I think on top of that you've been doing fatigue. You know, then I think with the the fund. Cuts from the US towards Indra. I think that's basically been a catalyst other things to happen. I think is all of that. So we struggle as or humanitarian response plan for two thousand eighteen thirty five percent funded against the global average of fifty percent, which I fade how incredulous that has given the importance of Palestine to this Middle East region and the fighter this Palestinian question has been languishing for so many decades support you're getting from the Arab words from the region. Well, I mean, clearly not enough. I mean, I know the recently pledging event in the received some pledges of hundred twenty two million men much of that came from the Gulf countries, but it has to be a long term prospect has to be a regular prospect. It has to be something we can predictably expect from these donor countries and clued in the Gulf to make sure that we can plan properly because having a timing often ptunning on is not the base we plan for population who are vulnerable and Trump.

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Massive funding crisis for Palestine relief, compounds collapsing system: UN coordinator

UN News

06:15 min | 3 years ago

Massive funding crisis for Palestine relief, compounds collapsing system: UN coordinator

"This is Matt wells at U N, news Gaza hospitals, unable to feed their own patients elective surgeries perspective for years. Those are just a few examples of what the UN's deputy special coordinator for the Middle East. Jamie McGoldrick describes as a collapsing system in free fall on Monday, he issued an appeal as part of the humanitarian response plan for next year the three hundred and fifty million dollars to help one point four million people in the most need across the pied Palestinian. Territories chiefly the Gaza Strip are you a news Arabic chief Reema buzzer was in Gaza with Mr. McGoldrick several weeks ago, and after they visited the main hospital together she asked him to outline the extent of Gaza's plight. The health sector here has been under severe funding shortages for for years. The blockade for the last twelve years by Israel has prevented goods coming in movement. The lack of supply of key essential drugs has been one of the reasons why in the salad problem is one of the reasons as hospitals don't operate properly. L she has a special offer because it's a teaching hospital is one of the biggest hospitals here. And as a result of that when the greet. Macho return demonstration started the March. It was the police that absorb the biggest number of casualties people who are wounded as demonstrations those being twenty thousand people in jobs and five those of those with live bullets most of the injuries are below the knee. And so what we saw today in the hospital was hundreds of young men and women who have been short Belo's who need at least six seven very complicated vascular born reconstruction subsidies, which would take maybe two years seventy operations, and of course, millions of dollars and needs technical support a needs technical ability needs resources this hospital. This guy's doesn't have. Not even talking about the the stick. We're talking about only wounded emergency cases. But there's adults. Yeah. The delta said this morning, they've kgo eight thousand elective surgeries for heart surgery for cancer patients for people regarding tons plant Sodi operations, all of those have been left the being pushed the hospital that don't long do that in the hospital anymore. The only teach trauma Kazaks all the deal with all the other subjects have been postponed. Council delayed or send somewhere else, and that's up to it'll be years before they can clear that might log. Meanwhile, more and more people are getting sick. That exit of the hospital said that he was working he's working as a doctor for thirty years. And this is the first time ever that he sees a hospital unable to feed its patients, and he asked for more support. What can the U N do? Well, I mean, what we try to do when the guy the marches took place demonstrations, we a special people, which was a white paper, which was to try and bring donor specific funding for the health sector. We mighty stick over twenty million dollars. But that's twenty million less than we need. We need forty million. Plus, and that's just to deal with the case law would behalf today every Friday there are more patients who arrive with boom bullet wounds or requiring treatment, and it just answer the caseload. Meanwhile, the other subsidies are not team police because there's no key essential drugs. Can not enough essential drugs. We hear from the Central American see store, the drugstore that are some drugs that run on the running thet it is and forty days. And then when he he says he can't feed these people as indicative of the crisis that health system faces, but the health system is only power part of a broader issue. A broader issue of collage. Apps collapsing system in free fall. And if we said that the unemployment rate in Gaza is fifty percent, how Gessen's surviving always flagged this idea of resilience, which is something that are self reliance that the half here in Gaza. I mean, what is so willingness to survive under very terrible conditions of Nokia station. A blockade of an ability to move around freely unless you can p to go from there. Most people are stuck here for most of the lives. And it's not as you can buy everything you can have everything if you working seven and ten youth don't have jobs, and what we're trying to do is to create cash for what programs are we'll try to get people on what schemes that gives them a trade or skill that, they can go outside St. and say the to themselves, but this difficult to bring immaterial to actually, you know, build funded and self on a Sudafed to export matisyahu because of the restrictions are placed on Gaza. So it's a very very harsh environment for economic development. As a result of the economy is in freefall, the World Bank report in September said very very clear. The GDP gone to one person and to our declared this in poverty, as by the UN standards. So we're facing a crumbling collapsing situation here, and if you put on top of that all the stresses of the great March, Tom the demonstration, the health system, the psychosocial, and then you've got owner as the funding crisis for Indra as massive, you know, people are not George people are losing their jobs losing the support. And that's only adding further and further pressure on a very fragile precarious environment. And you mentioned before that two thousand eighteen was the worst humanitarian funding. What was the main reason for this? Well, I think there's a couple of reasons I think first of all this environment in the Middle East is a lot of other countries who may or higher profile than Palestine, and that would be the Yemen's of the series and the racks and then Libya's so you compete against those unfairly an also Palestine's been around for a long long time. People don't get the sense that there's a there's a political solution in any anything soon. And I think on top of that you've been doing fatigue. You know, then I think with the the fund. Cuts from the US towards Indra. I think that's basically been a catalyst other things to happen. I think is all of that. So we struggle as or humanitarian response plan for two thousand eighteen thirty five percent funded against the global average of fifty percent, which I fade how incredulous that has given the importance of Palestine to this Middle East region and the fighter this Palestinian question has been languishing for so many decades support you're getting from the Arab words from the region. Well, I mean, clearly not enough. I mean, I know the recently pledging event in the received some pledges of hundred twenty two million men much of that came from the Gulf countries, but it has to be a long term prospect has to be a regular prospect. It has to be something we can predictably expect from these donor countries and clued in the Gulf to make sure that we can plan properly because having a timing often ptunning on is not the base we plan for population who are vulnerable and Trump.

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GOP immigration bill fails; vote on 2nd measure put off

Herman Cain

01:03 min | 3 years ago

GOP immigration bill fails; vote on 2nd measure put off

"Swing police will find the two men who attacked her inside of a roth store when she was shopping was doing some shopping with the lady suction money my own business when dina bingham says two men threw a blanket over her head and started violently shaking her how long you're following me because i didn't see him but everything happened very very quickly because i started fighting fighting the blanket off surveillance pictures show them in entered the roster on stone mountain highway one with a blanket in hand bingham has no idea why it happened or why they picked her i know they came in next door with the intention of doing harm and it decided to choose me when at county sandra parish wsb now speaking of shopping the supreme court says states can now force online shoppers to pay sales tax wsb consumer expert clark howard says this'll cause issues for online realtors bigger retailers with this means is that they are no longer going to have the price advantage over traditional bricks and mortar five to four ruling thursday is a win for states who said they we're losing out on billions of dollars annually now sticking with costs and prices the european union is set to start slapping tariffs on three point four billion dollars in american problem products though range from whiskey to motorcycles to peanuts and cranberries meanwhile the us will start taxing thirty four billion dollars in chinese goods beijing has vowed to retaliate with its own tariff says well and still struggling for votes wbz jamie dupree reports that republicans putting off the second house votes on immigration reform until next week two point oh after seeing a more conservative immigration bill go down to defeat gop leaders are now tweaking his second bill for a vote next week republican carlos correa belo every member of this house could find an excuse to vote against this bill but that's the problem with immigration that nothing's ever been good at his house republicans try to get something almost anything on immigration reform over to the senate jaime's blog wsbradiocom has more on the immigration bill and his new.

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