18 Burst results for "Belu"

Is the Women's March Only For on White Women?

#GoodMuslimBadMuslim

07:34 min | 2 years ago

Is the Women's March Only For on White Women?

"We got some interesting things to talk about Zaire Bill. Our friend was invited onto the board of the women's March. She was so happy. Ah I was so happy so happy and then forty eight hours later they kicked off. This is not Zara measor. This is our friends are Balu. Executive Director of the Council of American Islamic Relations in San Francisco's chapter and forty eight hours later woman's March W T.F. You're were instagram and what were your feelings that the woman's March is apparently not for me yeah. The woman's March is saying that we can't advocate for the lives of Palestinians anymore. That's why she was kicked off. I mean like the women's March always has these ridiculous right wing trolls around them that are manipulating all the women that are involved with this but basically what they were doing was they dug into his Arab News Archive of tweets from many many years and Zari Stu tweet extensively and they pulled up all of her Palestinian tweets and they use that as a reason to kick her off the board just so terrible I think like we're just like a we're. We're in this age of culture where people are digging up all these things from past in like you're being held responsible for something that you said a long time ago but it also be like everything's are said is facts you just there was nothing she said that was wrong but because we're in this day and age where it's all about like colliding people's tweets on fire in calling out people. There's no room for reasonable discourse. I mean this goes beyond reasonable discourse of course to me. This is telling me what discourse is period yeah because you're telling me that I can now no longer talk about apartheid existing in Israel which does yeah there are apartheid supporters yeah. You're telling me that I can't talk about that by. Wouldn't you want that kind of diverse perspective on on aboard anyway. That's the whole point of the women's. March is bring together so many radical voices and then have a dialogue and you just kicked a person off the board who is so ready and capable to do that. It's the white women's March. You know that's basically we all know. That's what the subtext is yeah yeah but you know what. I'M NOT GONNA. Give white people that I don't know something about that feels like you don't get to have that. You don't get to like well. I liked about what direction Raja was saying was was that she on her twitter account. You know how they were using the American flag hit job woman as the poster at the women's March okay so you know how on the poster it it said we the people and this is our greater than fear and then one of directions followers edited the bottom and it said submit to fear which is so oh well done well done okay. Here's my beef. There are a lot of women who are white woman who I like an are my friends. I would preferred a label it as the Nancy Pelosi March. It's not the woman's march anymore. It's the Nancy Pelosi March because to me Nancy Pelosi stands as that older generation and that old way of thinking period regardless of what generation you're from that is like moderate conservative trying trying to be Democrat saying things like I'm not GonNa try to impeach Brett Cavanaugh like to me. That's the same person I don't know I think for me. The women's March just seeing everything the taxing hell into starts tour had to leave the women's march on July fifteenth along with two of her supporters Bob Bland and to make a Maori like just the Lynch mob rightly. There's like Internet mob mentality to attack them on the Internet. Get them kicked out of the women's March now they're trying to lake reframe themselves and finally other people to replace them with in Zaire. Bill would have been like amazing perfect there and then they they don't want her because her whatever so it's just like. Zion is being kicked out of the women's. March is like a reason for me to see this movement and say like this isn't for me. This is not a space for me. This isn't a space for Muslim women. Stop fucking using our Muslim women images in your protests. If so clear that you don't want us for our values are if feels like that's what they want. They just want to like a vision of us. They want the symbol of his job and to protect US and save us but they don't actually want us to actually have a voice. I think they want our voice along as it sounds like a moderate conservative would've voice that doesn't support black lives matter that doesn't work against the moderate conservative movement. That's trying to normalize what trump's doing yeah because here's the quote that's making me feel that way. The same article wrote unfortunately Belu's racist tweets do not stand alone. They seem to reflect the views of of most prominent Muslims in America on the left. What the fuck does that mean that human rights violations by Israel against Palestinians Finian's is not okay. That's a left idea. That's a left idea yeah. Apparently that was a stupid article. I mean when you say that like apparently it's not for us. It sounds like that's exactly what they're fine with saying. I don't think that the women's March can really recover from this which is unfortunate because I think like I think about this a lot. In movements we do do so much work to like move people. They really feel like at some point like the women's march was a movement right like everyone showed up on the capital not because of an organization but because they wanted women to be there I think about this about black lives matter and I think about this about the civil rights movement. There's always like you know Oh. Maybe an informant that's like making this shit like fall apart and there's always like government and FBI NCAA and like. I don't want to be conspiracy theorist but there are like it's not a conspiracy when it's like real movements are always being brought down because they don't WanNa see us rise up in. I feel like that's kind of what's happening here and like ah I think we have to deal with that in a real way. Yeah you know because that is of course going to be there tactic. Why wouldn't it? I feel like that's where we are in the women's. March like this is like it's so so clear this organization has fallen victim to this tactic and like I hope that feeling that people had on election day or inauguration day of showing up. I hope people don't like field. He'll dismissed by that feeling that power of being at the protest these are the splits that they're going to continue to try to create is like the question of like split loyalties and you know. Who Do you stand with you know. Are you one of us all the way until they've moved toward fascism yeah dictatorship. This is their job up. This is what they're trying to do. I think we have to be really blunt about that and know that and work really consciously up against it yeah also are we infiltrating in their meetings and like being like saying as they in these this conversation like when you say they the unified dark money right are we going to. They're like men's activist meetings men's rights activists meetings and like being like yeah men's rights and also I wanNA listen to women's sometimes. I don't feel feel like that's my role in this movement but I'm hoping that you know I'm for hire to infiltrate. I don't know if you'll be able to pass us in these spaces. I'll just go with my white husband. Oh yeah well. I mean like literally like you send your husband and your good. No I want to be there. I just don't I don't know you think you won't work. Get Veronica Mars it

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"belu" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"belu" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Over by a long shot. In fact, I think I know exactly what is going to take from the warriors to win the series. But I think the raptors fumbled a golden opportunity added up like math one two three four five at this up. No, Kevin Durant best player in basketball missing one added up. Steph curry, one of the top five basketball players on the planet is under the weather needs an IV within the first ten minutes of the game goes over six gotta get some gel packs gotta get some energy number three Klay. Thompson gets hurt. Can't finish off the last eight minutes of the game number four Kvant looney. And I know I just said, Katie clay Steph negative what you doing. Wilco von Lee. What even need to mention nobo-? Louise been good when he's been important. No Kvant looney Igwe dolla shooting on one leg and hitting on one leg. But fighting that one leg boogie cousins gassed from eight minutes to twenty eight minutes Steve Kerr was only going to be twenty keep adding it up fourth quarter. No points from Steph. No points from clay keep adding it up. Warriors scattered man. They're throwing the ball over the place. It's over just pick six is all the way down to the game clinching three, which looks like it could be interested by Leonard. The panic pass from Steph curry Livingston steps in grabs. It dumps it off at Goodall. At this five and a half minutes of scoreless nece from the warriors in how does that not add up to a win for the raptors? Isn't that back-breaking isn't that psyche? Breaking. Paul, Pierce says this one right here could break their psyche. That's not who the raptors are. That's not who they've been. No wasn't a Fred van Wli of the raptors you guys and think this is gonna be sweet. I don't know like what you guys start this series. It was gonna look like we went into expect in a dogfight. And yes, we want game one. I think everybody else outside of our locker room was a lot more excited than we were. And we understand you know what this team's bring brings and what type of effort is going to take to, to beat these guys. So we know we're doing here and obviously, we would like to play better. We would like to have a chance to win at the end. Like we did we fought back and we know that going towards game three we got to play a lot better is going to be even harder on the road but we're capable. And, you know, we know we bring to the table. So Johnny regroup flush it and get back to remember the raptors team down to one of the Sixers. Remember, this is the raptors team down two to the buck if they're playing a warriors team with no looney. Maybe no clay. No. K. D. He's rappers far from done. I think by ended this thing, the warriors are going to need Kevin. Durant real quickly to finish this off on the on the Stephen Smith show. Let me go with our money North Carolina. What's up our money you're on the Stephen a Smith show with will Cain what's going on? We'll on thing I wanted to point out just like you reject saying death is gonna play a big part in game three. I think that's why the Toronto to want to wrap is going to win game three. I like they're even going into game through their feeling better than they weren't going to game two with all those injuries boogies plan back to back games like that, like playing twenty six or twenty eight minutes over he was playing I that's representing. I hear you man Armani. This is what I asked earlier, did the warriors win the battle Belu's the war. Let's see how they responded game three. Let's see how they respond physically. But if they do look out then kept Durant's coming in look outs a, Stephen a Smith show today, hosted by Wilkins grass just a sample of what you hear on the Stephen swift show. Weekdays at one PM eastern on ESPN. Radio and ESPN app..

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"belu" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

Hollywood Babble-On

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"belu" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

"They will indeed really actress Sondra Locke has passed away at the age of seventy four you may not know the name. But if you're a Clint Eastwood fan, you certainly know her work, she was a longtime girlfriend of Clint Eastwood and they worked together in like a half a dozen films every which way. Every which way Belu's any which way you can Bronco Billy. Yeah. She was in sudden impact. Yes. He I cast her in the outlaw Josey Wales. She was in the gauntlet they were together for a long time. And then they split up and she sued him for palimony. Yeah. Because they never married, and she also sued him and Warner Brothers saying that they conspired to ruin her career after they broke up which doesn't sound like Clint. Well. Because we know him. So we we know so well you did talk to an empty chair. That's true. Anything is possible. She directed a movie as well rat. Boy, she directed a couple of films. Yeah, rat boy, I love by the way film. Fortunately, she used to come to cancer this week breast and bone cancer, a wonderful actress, very very she was she was nominated for an Oscar in her very first film in nineteen sixty seven. She did a film with Alan Arkin called the heart is a lonely. Yeah. She was found in a nationwide casting call. They're looking for an unknown to play her role in that. And she got that gig. And that was the beginning of her career. I roll nominated for best best actress, I believe that. Yeah. You'll remember her when you see your here's a bit of the trailer for any which way, but loose. One do. The triangle with. Most of the time. Think. And neither will..

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"belu" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"belu" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"And I know this from the archival data, and I know that from my interviews with former prisoners, and I also noticed from my interview with a retired member of the department of corrections who actually worked on the gang task force. He was a part of the era in the seventy eight when actually developing this security threat logic identifying people invalidating them, and he said that. It was very arbitrary before that era, Jerry arbitrate, many things they could use an at to put you in college hearing. But the issue they were having that people started hearing for started saying you're putting in solitary. There's no reason for me to be here. So they need to develop a system that appeared to be officiant in appear to be colorblind in it appears that systematic and scientific versus actually being prejudicial. And so in order to do that they need to have three pieces of evidence that came standard if we have three peaking in. Then there's no way you can say that we are repressing you or the pitch you in solitary. We actually are using a system that it just based on rules, right? It's just a bureaucracy based on rules. And that's the way that they were able to try and trying to get around a lot of the lawsuit and early lawsuits for identifying people including them in solitary during the Obama administration with the rise of the black lie. Lives matter movement. We heard a lot of talk about prison reform, but most of it was about shortening sentences. And we didn't see a lot of agitation about the spread and the political uses of solitary confinement. We don't he that. Because I think that for politicians even those who are identified as belonging to the the left or would you what I would call more progressive. Lest I think that for even for them tackling solitaire as a dicey issue stem, right because it's easy for the general public to sort of get alarmed and say, well, you know, aren't they there for a reason are aren't they dangerous aren't they island? I think that I'm not saying that tackling sentencing easy. But I think that politically it is easier than talking about conditions of confinement versus talking about the. Unequal incarceration of intimidated fencing of particular such groups, but of course, it's not just about the conditions of confinement. It's about the political posture end intentions of the state see people they are prosecuting as well as jailing as well as putting in solitary. Exactly that's about on. I think for them for politician. But you will I think sort of a political time bomb if they actually try to interrogate a real reasons why they're so many people disproportionately of color in solitary, and how the state has moved various identifier in categories that they constructed on the the basis of some sort of threat to target people. I think that it's just too dangerous. If you will for politicians to do that. And that's why a lot the work in this area that need full is coming from activists that are on the ground, and it's coming from prisoners themselves who feel that they have nothing to lose. And it's coming from. I would say activists involved academics versus those that are just talking from the ivory tower, those are actually involving communities and trying to make a difference with their work. And are these kinds of academic. Becoming more numerous in less. I like to think that they are becoming more numerous maybe not more numerous. But I think that they're becoming more vocal in sort of the public media. I will say that. I think there's been a longstanding tradition of a subset of academics. That are there yet give with their work outside of the academy. But I think that they may not have either they didn't have avoided to speak out when they were they a away for it. And I just think that that's changing for the better that was alter Britain's lieve-friedman at Rutgers University. Kathleen believe teaches history at the university of Chicago, and is author of a new book that puts the recent killings of blacks and Jews in historical perspective Belu's book is titled bring the war home, the white power movement and paramilitary America studied history..

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"belu" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"belu" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Made movies the new tv or in order to know what's going on in infinity war you have to have seen a number of these other films the characters are to understand the plots it requires such a massive investment wanna do that i just wanna watch them explosions well you know i suppose you can do that but i mean yeah like how is it a movie like if i go into a movie theater should be able to just go in and like watch it for two to three hours three hours that's how long this one is right the combined infinity war will be longer than the roadshow showing of lawrence of arabia if that's something about the state of cinema i'm so happy we finally got to comparing two i'm tom you're listening to q john semi antena hosseini air here to talk about latest and tv movie news which means we have dimension and we've been talking about it for a long time on the show the controversy around who on the simpsons you might remember the film the problem with apu and looked at how the character could be seen as a racist depiction of indian americans the show did respond to this criticism recently but a lot of people though the response felt quite dismissive and that was the story we covered on the show as well so last week hankas area who voices apu talked about it on the steven culp air show let's listen i really wanna see indian south asian writer writers in the room not in a token way but genuinely informing whatever new direction this character may take including how it is voiced or not voiced you know i'm perfectly willing and happy to step aside or help transition it into something new i really hope that's what the simpsons does and it just it not only makes sense but it just feels like the right thing to do to me so that's hankas area who voices up who on the stephen colbert show responding to harry gone to belu's filmed the problem with apu tina how do you feel about hank as areas response.

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"belu" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"belu" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Apple watch appears to be sent to topple the watch dominance of switzerland 95 max's comparing new numbers from market drucker canelas and numbers from the federation of the swiss watch industry reveals a record for apples chronometer they seem to show that shipments of apple watch alone beat holiday export numbers for the entire swiss watch industry according to 95 mock across the year as a whole swiss watch exports were still ahead but the trend line suggest that apple is in with a decent shot at coming out ahead this year it may take until years and for them to show up though the peace says apple watch sales tend to spike in the holidays then bottom out for the first part of the new calendar year that said apple ceo tim cooke sat on apples recent earnings call that apple watch had seen over fifty percent growth in revenue and units for the fourth quarter in a row and strong double digit growth in every geographic segment as i say it may take until years and before we know for sure but 95 mac says the line shows apple watch beating shipments of all swiss watches combined for 2018 there's something new and apple news i lounge says editorial content from iheart radio has turned up among apples news offerings while mainly known for its music service as the peace i heart radio also generates news content on everything from entertainment and celebrity gossip to sports and politics the iheart radio content will turn up in the entertainment section of the apple news i o s app it looks like the next round of encrypt a belu's at 2016 magadan gade may be fuelled by words from microsoft cofounder bill gates axios ran what sort of looks like an interview with gates on tuesday there would only sort of looks like an interview it's all bullet point and bold headings with little in the way of flow.

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"belu" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"belu" Discussed on NPR News Now

"At the dismiss some of the questions of my colleagues saying i've already answered that line of questions would tens of millions of americans or hurting right now because of what they're worried about what happened in the white house has unacceptable to me booker accused nielsen of silence and amnesia on the manner calling it quote complicity president trump has denied using the vulgar slur an investigation into washington dc high schools finds students are graduating despite missing dozens of school days the findings come after an investigation by member station waam you and npr into graduation rates dc's balu high school from member station waam you kate mcgee as this report the report found that if balu high school had followed district grading and attendance policies sixty four percent of graduates wouldn't have received diplomas the report found teachers felt pressure to pass chronically absence students and grading and attendance policies were unclear clear dc schools chancellor antoine wilson like many of you i am disappointed in these findings but i can assure you that dc as has the courage to fix the issues and improve dc public schools has permanently removed belu's principle but chronic absenteeism is an issue across the school district for npr news i'm keep mickey in washington you're listening to npr news from washington former white house strategist steve bannon testified before the house intelligence committee for more than ten hours on tuesday lawmakers were not satisfied with his responses so the issued a subpoena to compel bannon to answer questions the subpoena is still in effect and he will need to return democratic congressman adam schiff of california's his bannon refused to answer some questions at the direction of the white house the us and canada have finished hosting a meeting of twenty allies in canada over threats posed by north korea greg mcaulay reports secretary of state rex tillerson cautioned his counterparts over north korea's nuclear threat the twenty foreign ministers all representing countries that were allies during the active part of the korean war agreed to strengthen existing sanctions and porsche for a negotiated settlement within north secretary of state rex tillerson says the nuclear threat continues to rise in the northwestern negotiate orrell's at of north korea does not does not.

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"belu" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"belu" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Authorities arrived to find her twelve sibling suffering from severe malnutrition several children were chained to their beds dr sofia grant is a paediatrician specialising in child abuse patients when asked at the press conference what kind of longterm treatment the siblings would need she said it would take years of psychiatric care while you can imagine the post traumatic stress disorder if you've been deprived of a nutrition for a prolonged period of time the siblings are being treated at local hospitals and are cooperating with caregivers for npr news i'm benjamin paper in paris california more than two dozen girls and women have describing sexually molested by former usa gymnastics team dr larry nassar they are among the mon almost one hundred witnesses scheduled to testify during a fourday sentencing hearing in lansing michigan this week nassar is awaiting punishment after pleading guilty to ten counts of criminal sexual misconduct he's already serving a sixty years prison sentence for his confession to child pornography charges this is npr news an investigation shows that public high schools in the nation's capital are graduating students who fail to meet district attendance requirements the finding comes after npr and member station waam hugh examined the same issue at one of washington dc pours high schools more from waam use cape mcgee the report found that if blue high school had followed district grading and attendance policies sixty four percent of graduates wouldn't have received diplomas the report found teachers felt pressure to pass chronically absence students and grading and attendance policies were unclear dc schools chancellor antoine wilson white many of you i am disappointed in these findings but i can assure you that these cbs has the courage to fix the issues and improve dc public schools has permanently removed belu's principle but chronic absenteeism is an issue across the school district for npr news i'm cape mickey in washington.

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"belu" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"belu" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"Can't let it go so i try to find ways to get around actually given them a click that's how petty iin that's that's while i'm boiling crazy yeah yeah krill i admit it again i'm almost impressed that's you'll google the article to avoid giving them the click that they want and all the magic i'll get mad microsoft click on why the browns firing of sashi brown is a problem the first sentence from jayson read says quote no credible argument can be made against the firing of sashi brown is cleveland browns executive vice president of football operations i wonder what am i gonna read then i so anyway i read it in the point is this and it actually into being a good articles that if we had seven black general managers decisionmakers run rosters which i think is a good number when you look at population numbers and then it's all of a sudden four because we lose sight she brown we lose jiri reese belu's wailua buffalo going back year 74 is a problem let's see where that number goes we needed to go back up okay we're all on the same page so now i wasn't so mad at the article even though i know wanna clicked on it i was like what are we doing here so now i get the point but there's something else there's another article that it clicked on that i thought made a point that i disagree with in barnwell bill barnwell would have our best football guys put together on espn dot com the ten best landing spots for a head coach if these jazz became available 'cause even when start doing this thing said hey here the ten coaches that are going to lose their jobs but in kind of a loose definition of could the texans be looking for somebody new could cincinnati looking for somebody new so he put together ten teams cyber straight talk brought to you by sri talk wireless best phones best networks no contracts were solution on espn radio he has the houston texans as the number one destination and you know i guess it could run through these teams let me just do a real quick for cake and number ten so this is worse spot two best spot for a head coach if you were look you had the.

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"belu" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

Drinky Fun Time

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"belu" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

"Thank you so you order getty fired because i wore it as i mean i matthew busy people today this is crazy busy but you could be up that with the busiest guy so you got ta go he arizona immaturity knows who play is before we go there daily wimmer presents is the company that is putting on this entire event here permanent beyond and danny wimmer if i understand correctly clay you are you are the very first employee of danny wimmer presents was i was with us here going on six years now danny had a business that you starting prior to that but it minim kind of a line of the perfect time i was i was in between i was consulting out used to be a record label interscope records for a long time to to use consulting side a lotta brands like the belu family and the palms hotel hard rock cafe were clients dealing with e guy little is a little bit but i wanted to sign a ban 'cause i had a i had a ego myself i was a young lauren hewitt interscope housing how he had also marking manager for the rock department okay gotcha allied marilyn manson rob zombie nice yazaki alliance but when interscope change these by dre was a big deal for jimmy at that time rock music on a bond lawn side two years consulting met danny within that time and it turned into a job and in maimi an offer i couldn't refuse and that's when i started dating represents that was going on six years now congratulations thank you achieved a lot in that time although you've lost a fait i bet its get great a fadime and here we are sweating there's no air conditioning out here all i know a lot of people interscope still that rather be here yeah i won't call the mile by name but were you know you know what the song was this have a quick diversion note the song was the actually really if you watch that documentary jimmy ivy credited for making interscope blow up the order was reco.

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"belu" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"belu" Discussed on Freakonomics

"I'm guessing you've heard about the concern that companies like google facebook amazon have gotten too powerful for the public good they have developed the capacity to manipulate us to control us to control the information that is delivered to us we'll get into that primary issue but also the secondary issue of how firms like bees are shaping public opinion by spending lavishly on think tanks and foundations and that's become relevant because they are they fired for his critic of google from the foundation with a controversy like this there are bound to be differing views we do not pay to play uh we we take funding and we do our work and toasty things are separate pal philanthropic is this kind of philanthropy i don't think philanthropist deserve that amount of charity if you will power deserve scrutiny in a democratic society not gratitude the hidden side of corporate philanthropy that's next time on for economics radio free comics radio is produced by wnyc studios and near productions this episode is produced by griggs all cki with help from harry huggins ourself also includes allison haakan berry merit jacob stephanie tam elisa lambert emma morgenstern and brian gutierrez we had hoped this week from sam bear and special thanks to laura zero kelly hughes valerie nash octavian belu who yuck vivian william and tanya galati for helping us with the conference the music you here throughout the episode was composed by the we scare you can subscribe to for economics radio on apple podcast sore stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts.

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"belu" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"belu" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

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"belu" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"belu" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Said get started doing it go to square space dot com for a free trial and when you're ready to launch use the offer code mac os can to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain all lower case no spaces m a c o s k e n mac os can will get you ten percent off your first square space payment and if you make that payment for a full year not only do you get a bigger savings you'll also get a free custom domain that's oppor code michael wes can at square space dot com and the huge thanks to square space for sponsoring this week show finally today it looks like encrypt a belu's at 2016 magadan gate is gearing up for 2018 now with more newspeak ars technica says the department of justice is looking to weaken encryption though they really don't like that term the term they prefer is responsible encryption the piece that deputy attorney general rod rosenstein speaking at the us naval academy this week quoting his remarks warren prove encryption defeats the constitutional balance by elevating privacy above public safety and corrupted communications that cannot be intercepted and locked devices that cannot be opened our law free zones to permit criminals and terrorists to operate without detection by police and without accountability by judges and juries rosenstein made reference to apples refusal to help the fbi break into the iphone of the reprehensible san bernardino shooter siad faruk fortunately he said the government was able to access data on that iphone without apples assistance but the problem persists today thousands abc's devices sit in storage impervious to search warrants if companies are permitted to create law free zones for their customers citizen should understand the consequences when police cannot access evidence crime cannot be solved criminals cannot be stopped and funding list.

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"belu" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"belu" Discussed on Ologies

"And lavas lavas contain the secrets of the universe and um you know when i'm holding a piece of lava in my hand that tells me about how our planet was formed about the stardust it was formed from you know and in it tells me where the plan it's going and it blows my mind so the fact that lava can blew my mind is why it's my very favorite thing do you have a lava lamp a don't but i did when i was in high school it was the belu it's amazing yeah i think my mom may have given its goodwill a few years back or shave yeah yeah it was pretty great though i should get one to gently stock jess phoenix you can find her at volcano jess dot com at she's on twitter and facebook as mccain jess i'm you can find her on instagram as makino jess official and if you're curious about all this political stuff you can go to jess 2018 dot com uh jess phoenix 2018 on twitter she's jess ph x she's very google aghbal chest phoenix she's a vulcanologist he's running for congress lake you're you're not going to get her confused with another one of those anyway i you can find us on the feral audio dot com page or you can find me as alajiz on instagram you can also email me at hello alley ward gmailcom if you're an all the gist and you want to be interviewed if you have an allergy that you want explored i if you love this or hate this holler at this bitch will you so thank you for listening i hope you enjoyed we'll be back next week with more alajiz men till then remember to ask smart people dumb questions because we're all going to die anyway.

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"belu" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"belu" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

"My suggestion is pay really close attention because a lot of this information is all about making your people great getting the most out of them so with that in mind in just a moment we're gonna come back and we're going to be talking with nicky blue don't go away this is a appeasing fees business if customer services in marketing in canton marketing is one of the hottest marketing trends than it makes sense that your customer service inexperience strategy would include a con content marketing strategy delivering rather than content not late promotional content is part of the value the youth bring fear customers you can become an influential voice in your industry which creates more leads loyalty and brand recognition and that's where power post comes in this solution will help be the more organiz inefficient we published in plos content to social channels websites blogs email and more and the team at power post can provide consultation and services that help your brand evolve into a modern day marketer turn your company into a publishing the she that adds adds that value to your customers experience learn more at w w w dot power post dot digital that's www dot paraphrased dot digital is giving mrs radio with we're back on amazing business radio and i am very excited the day because as promised another amazing interview this time with nicky belu nikki the best way to describe him is well he is outrageously outstanding this guy a his so enthusiastic you're gonna love this interview nicky is the number one international best selling author of the book.

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"belu" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"belu" Discussed on NPR News Now

"On terrorismrelated charges as hawaii public radio's built doormen reports the case follows a yearlong investigation prosecutors say or resurgent e cookie king trade to help the islamic state in any way he could that included the offer of classified documents and other military information as well as a drone an ammunition king is also charged with trying to put together training videos for isis covering topics for firearms instruction to handtohand combat the fbi ran an undercover operation for a year using confidential informants and others to poses isis sypathisers gangs lawyer says his client is not guilty adding that a deployment to iraq led to post traumatic stress a condition he says was never properly treated for npr news i'm bill dormant in will belu champion olympic swimmer michael phelps as swimming with a great white shark or at least the likeness of one any way thumps competed in the ocean against a computer simulated fish designed to move at the actual speed of the notorious fish he was bested sunday night in the discovery channels shark week special phelps versus shark great gold versus great white this is npr support for npr and the following message come from wells fargo working with you in your communities to create change for the better learn more at wells fargo dot com slash better.

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"belu" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"belu" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"Like he he spinning sufficiency really because it's like a it's like a dried corn thing with powder on it agreed to enjoying fraud goes boobs so weird to him that he just for whatever reason the food he'd been eating cuba was so and if it wasn't very good in cuba in my experience but yet the thereto which i thought would be this awesome snack for him after years of you know seem to reito's advertisements drink cartoons or something he didn't like it and so it's it's the equivalent of of you know you you me you know going to a place in in asia or maybe even latinamerica and getting something that we try and we end up not liking because we're not just not use to things tasting hillsdale falcon fund the trials told is only funded quail eggs i was big i hadn't thailand when i saw mcgann in in myanmar words like you go barring look you know it yeah let's try it and they give you a bunch of drop or two of like some sort of soy sauce yahya is delicious just delicious and you see see racial when i first went the philippines is the first tropical country i went to i saw the belu everybody will their carrying plastic bags full of liquid you know uh who's coca cola is the real everywhere they you buy coke you don't get the bottle the bottle is recycled were sort of ina um we don't have that relationship to soft drinks anymore these were in a bag you drink it out of estrada plastic bag or rear um but it's but but normal i ended a ended up doing that line and have to worry about what to do with my bottle for her thirteen different food typing sulic ice over a beer in vietnam thailand it's the same way in it and it's because it's so hot you know and i've had some sun when so you that okay look lukewarm beer looking opening of heads before roesler super reverse people people mix like in hungary they'll mix cope with wine really and of course it's less common or it's more commenting next.

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"belu" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"belu" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"We are seeing lebrun team here that finished out the regular season on a run of forty six games going 23 in 2003 so let's not overrate the competition of these high and mighty golden state warriors because we're looking at a cavaliers team that finished twenty second in the league in defense so you're gonna proclaimed him alltime great just because they're taking care of the business they should take care of now let's go to michael jeffrey jordan here's what every body this is the biggest point than ever gets smith in jordan stay the eastern conference was way rougher than the western conference so the nba finals kept taking place in the eastern conference playoffs i'm still going to defend the western conference final tho that michael played against but look at that year the ninety five ninety six bulls they had to get through alonzo and tim hardaway's heat all swept him on imia lamsal guy in then it's the knicks of viewing anthony mason charles oakley is going to be on the show in just a few minutes john starks derek harper and charles smith that was a strong tough nfl's title well how many hall of famer the harmony all mb player on that roughly let's go to the next round let's go to the next round it's one orlando they swept orlando of shaquille o'neal and penny hardaway ladies all famer nor any willing we should be hurt he was an okay he was at least on the same career path that durant and snapped on had he not been dominant a great yeah okay nick anderson dennis scott shaw that was up basketball team in orlando they swept them out on rock three okay but belu look what you taught did on the way to the ninety eight violence which i covered the last shot finals.

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