22 Burst results for "Beshir"

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

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

04:13 min | 8 months ago

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

"This is it that you won't get back to one hundred percent fitness interestingly. I don't actually probably because. I've been reading a lot of science when i've been speaking to to a lot of scientists and i take part in a couple of studies globally as well on covert the information that we do know and that's again every day every month we learn more and more about this 'em pandemic and also about long covert that time is a great healer if you give your body. The rice conditions to be able to heal banish will heal beshir. And i think when. I made that discovery for myself. Things starts to improve significantly. Do you know who who who settled tony. Little story and he was absolutely right again. Roughly a big fan. He makes science very festival. He said you know. Years ago to sanatoriums coupling cork. He specifically was as a couple in switzerland. Summer drink some. Some research and people used to take off at three six nine sometimes twelve months at a time. Post some illness in order to recover and it'll be a lot of fresh air and good food and rest. Who who in this modern life has the time to do this. Who or the resources or the money. And that's actually probably most of what we need is time off from life good nutrition total rest and timeout so that your body can help itself to heal but the more you put your body under pressure to get up everyday to go to work or to take care of whatever other gypsies you have. That's prevent that's taking that energy away from the heating activity so I think when the penny when penny dropped for me. I went to know if i actually invest the time more than money but the time in giving myself the right conditions to rest and recuperate than i'm going to get better and now as i said i'm probably about eighty percent and that's due to mainly to thus giving myself the right time and to giving myself the right conditions in terms of nutrition and health and increasing everything in my life to to to make me more healthy engineered support to that anew guesses. I'm very lucky..

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"beshir" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

03:27 min | 10 months ago

"beshir" Discussed on The Bible Project

"Yeah that's it but then there's an argument you made that if you're using a good frame good paradigm want the bible is. Yeah and then you want to as an exercise go away and then try to systematize all the things that you think. The bible has been communicating to It's some sort of construct that's easier to like sure. Wrap your mind around or it's a translation it's translating the language and ideas of the biblical story points into a new type of language. Okay that of the systematic logical list or something like that right. And that's not a bad thing. Got christians have been doing it for millennia. It's just important to point out that some things are lost in that translation effort and the it's the translation exercised. Okay and so. It's by nature going to be a statement of systematic theology on x. y. z. Is going to be in need of lots of revision and cross cultural input because it will always be limited so the problem isn't doing systematic theology. Problem is treating the bible as a theological dictionary. That's right for me. What redeemed my understanding of what systematic theology is and what it can do within seminary and it was really sitting classes with professor gary beshir's soon a mentor to me. He's on our board of our project and what he would always. I do is pose a question. Whatever the classic questions are. Who is god was the nature of evil and really the class would just be sustained reflection and reading interpretation of key biblical passages as a whole And so it was a way of merging what we come to call biblical theology understand. We understand the prologue to john. The first paragraph of john as a whole. Here's what it's doing now. Let's draw from that right now. Can i say implication doggone a summary about the nature of jesus and his deity humanity. And so on you and actually. I think that's the best of systematic theologians have been doing through all their history. There's this byproduct that comes when i that's how introduced to read the bible Then it comes to the bible as a bible book. That's right and i'm trying to find the verse that becomes the proof texts for this or that. Yeah it's more saying let's understand what each project is designed to do and then make sure that we don't overlook a culturally literary sensitive biblical theology. Approach let's look at what the bible is drive the car and then let our attempts to systematize it. Make sure that they are always playing What you call second second fiddle. Something which doesn't mean they're less important it just it. It means We need to not let the more of a harmony. Yeah more harmony and again. There's there's nothing controversial in what we're talking about The smack theologians that. I love to read have helped me understand this so if i don't do systematic theology.

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"beshir" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

05:33 min | 10 months ago

"beshir" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

"We see you know we see some of the the the people of his crew getting killed and so it wasn't like he was just a guy who had the house that they can hang out in and they had polish cars bell. Because we you know his mom lets us come through his house all the time so rain but after he's the he's the band member who's the sound guy in the band or like the bass player in the ban but mom what's amuse the garage like is that right. Yeah alice cooper well. because i'm alice cooper. My mom wants us play here. That's why he go because my mom's name is alice that's her house. That's what All right moving on then We're going to take the next two as a as a couple because they're going to go together in purgatory shadow and by infernos light. There's no way this isn't getting no way. This isn't not getting watched. But the short description of it in order to ward off dominion invasion cisco must close the wormhole leaving wharf and garrick stranded in jim. Dr internment camp on the other side. However the klingons joined the federation's fight against the dominion as gold to cut reveals himself as in his self serving allegiance. Oh yeah we also learn that. Bashir's been a changeling this whole time. And that the real mart bartok's bennett changeling and mar talk and care. L. and What's his face is still alive Garrick dad and we learned that garrick stat is an auburn. A just a whole bunch of stuff. That i mean. Yeah gehrig's claustrophobia. Warf a legit legit m a ufc. First time i. I've never i've never seen or klingons internal by the way as really like bad ass fighters. I've never seen them as that. And then he's in there and he's just like they just round after round and what i love about that because you know leads to win you know. He joins the house of mar. Talk and everything that happened. Because martin watched him watched him actually be what a klingon is supposed to be so good all right so put this in the watch list hundred percent not much more discussion to be had. Let's move on doctor bashir. I presume episode. Sixteen doctor zimmerman. Who created the em h has chosen bashir to be the new model for the next model of h unaware that it's going to cause bashir anguish and his father sacrifice because it's also going to be revealed that hold the phone beshir's an augment-. Whoa yeah. there's the episode. there you go. That's the whole thing. It's so this this would be a throwaway episode to me. Except beshir's thing comes back like all the time and i can't go. Hey did you know beshir's been genetically modified now. He's like really smart. Let's can't say that but it's it's hard because that is the episode. Also the other part of the episode. You don't see here is that he lost it. The the the bid to be the cover the next model and andy dick.

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"beshir" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:43 min | 10 months ago

"beshir" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Resignation takes effect <Speech_Male> tomorrow night following <Speech_Male> a sexual misconduct <Speech_Male> investigation. <Speech_Male> The lieutenant governor. <Speech_Male> Kathy hotel is to <Speech_Male> be inaugurated tuesday. <Speech_Male> At least <Speech_Male> ten people are dead <Speech_Male> and dozens missing <Speech_Male> effort catastrophic <Speech_Male> flooding in middle tennessee <Speech_Male> from member <Speech_Male> station w. p. <Speech_Male> l. n. carolina <Speech_Female> eggers <SpeakerChange> reports <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> of water overtook <Speech_Female> towns puncturing <Speech_Female> roads <Speech_Female> toppling trees <Speech_Female> and causing people <Speech_Female> to climb on their roofs <Speech_Female> as they lost sight <Silence> of the earth below <Speech_Female> them. Some <Speech_Female> areas experience <Speech_Female> more than a quarter <Speech_Female> of their annual rainfall <Speech_Female> in a matter <Speech_Female> of hours <Speech_Female> helicopters <Speech_Female> airlifted doctors <Speech_Female> to the scene <Speech_Female> in the state opened emergency <Speech_Female> sheltered <Speech_Female> connect people that were separated <Speech_Female> during the storm. <Speech_Female> Water <Speech_Female> rescue teams arrived <Speech_Female> at dawn <Speech_Female> and remained after nightfall <Speech_Female> following <Speech_Female> a brief reprieve <Speech_Female> from rain and <Speech_Female> nighttime downpour <Speech_Female> struck along <Speech_Female> with a tornado. Warning <Speech_Female> for npr. <Speech_Female> News i'm <Speech_Male> caroline <SpeakerChange> eggers <Speech_Male> in nashville. This <Speech_Male> is npr news. <Silence> <Speech_Male> The <Speech_Male> kentucky supreme <Speech_Male> court has <Speech_Male> dealt a major blow <Speech_Male> to democratic <Speech_Male> governor. Andy beshir's <Speech_Male> ability <Speech_Male> to in nashville. This <Speech_Male> is npr news. <Silence> <Speech_Male> The <Speech_Male> kentucky supreme <Speech_Male> court has <Speech_Male> dealt a major blow <Speech_Male> to democratic <Speech_Male> governor. Andy beshir's <Speech_Male> ability <Speech_Male> to order pandemic <Speech_Male> related mandates. <Speech_Male> Josh <Speech_Male> james with member <Speech_Male> station w. <Speech_Male> k. y. <Speech_Male> reports the decision comes <Speech_Male> amid the surge of <Speech_Male> corona virus <Speech_Male> cases because of the <Speech_Male> more contagious <Speech_Male> delta <SpeakerChange> variant. <Speech_Male> The ruling from <Speech_Male> kentucky's high court <Speech_Male> clears the way for <Speech_Male> gop backed state <Speech_Male> laws to take effect. <Speech_Female> Reining in <Speech_Female> the governor's power to <Speech_Female> act alone. In taking <Speech_Male> steps to combat. <Speech_Male> The virus. <Speech_Male> Governor andy bashir <Speech_Male> had challenged the <Speech_Male> laws including one <Speech_Male> mandating he consult <Speech_Male> with the legislature <Speech_Male> when enacting emergency <Speech_Male> orders beyond <Speech_Male> thirty days <Speech_Male> but the court <Speech_Male> ruled the democrat did not <Speech_Male> raise sufficient objections <Speech_Male> that would necessitate <Speech_Male> halting <Speech_Male> the legislation <Speech_Male> for now a <Speech_Male> statewide universal masking <Speech_Male> rule in schools <Speech_Male> will go forward <Speech_Male> because it was also approved <Speech_Male> by the kentucky <Speech_Male> board of education <Speech_Male> but a spokesperson. <Speech_Male> For the governor's <Speech_Male> office said the new decision <Speech_Male> will dissolve the <Speech_Male> state's entire <Speech_Male> state of emergency <Speech_Male> for the pandemic <Speech_Male> for npr <Speech_Male> news. I'm josh <Speech_Male> james in lexington <Speech_Male> house speaker. Nancy <Speech_Male> pelosi a set <Speech_Male> a target date for <Speech_Male> house passage or president <Speech_Male> biden's infrastructure <Speech_Male> agenda. <Speech_Male> She sent a letter to <Speech_Male> house. Democrats this <Speech_Male> weekend setting in october <Speech_Male> first <Speech_Male> date earlier <Speech_Male> this month. The senate <Speech_Male> passed the one trillion. <Speech_Male> Dollar bipartisan <Speech_Male> infrastructure. <Speech_Male> Bill and a more sweeping <Speech_Male> three and a half <Speech_Male> trillion dollar budget <Speech_Male> resolution that would <Speech_Male> allow senate democrats <Speech_Male> to pass <Speech_Male> the larger package <Speech_Male> without <Speech_Male> republican support. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> The house is expected <Speech_Male> to vote on the <Speech_Male> resolution this week <Speech_Male> but some party <Speech_Male> centrists have <Speech_Male> threatened not to <Speech_Male> support it and <Speech_Male> her letter pelosi <Speech_Male> more against delay <Speech_Male> saying it will <Silence> threaten the timetable <Speech_Male> on trial. Snyder this is npr news.

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"beshir" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

03:41 min | 11 months ago

"beshir" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

"All right all right all right. Welcome to this week's episode of unfunded nation. I am your host gatty. john beshir. Thank you for joining us this week. As usual. i always endeavor to give you a valuable show right now if this is your first ever show your sixty show. It doesn't really matter. You can join this conversation at any point and the slipstream okay. You can just right and you come unless what we got. But if you're not too familiar with me if you've made me bought a single book and i've got numerous books are all addressing different aspects of what has to be a human being and be successful at that to be successful at being a human being which includes all kinds of stuff like you know how to deal with adversity and how to be loving and how to give up. You know things you'll be hanging until when you know they accomplish great things include all of them. Okay so in other words to give you a fundamental way of changing how you interact with yourself and how you interact with life itself which can be really really challenging. And i think that's the value of something like the podcast or the books is a joke. You free or shake you free of some things that you've come to believe as true and that's.

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"beshir" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"beshir" Discussed on No Jumper

"Over guy. Fuck off this fucking shit. That's she's crazy. I wanna read this one year year. You gotta read that you guys know about this person so many appealing so basically no no. What's up of bloggers g no. He's not really okay. So basically he's not really a vlogger. The reason why he is famous is because he made a car back when internet just blew up before youtube is even thing he he had his own. You know how people would make their own like shitty websites back in the day He made his own website about a comic book. You drew called sonnet shoe. It was a mixture of sonic and puka chew. And there's like if you go on youtube like he's literally considered the most documented person on the internet because like his whole life since he made. That website has been heavily documented. And he's going through hell like he's been trolled lay crazy like his The people who found out he became viral and everyone who found out about him like went out of their way to focus his life as much as possible. Why people we talking about the guys that incest. What is grandpa and also she. She's he's a she now so she go. He's he's turned does okay. And apparently she had a phone call with someone who is either friend or a one of her fans or something like that. She had a phone call where she was talking about. How she hit her mother's g spot and how her father who passed away was never able to do that and how she's able to do that. Why redel tyrany nash. It isn't that show sow craziest. Read the top. Read the whole series. pointed chris Christina chan christina tan. Fuck man beshir. Sound crazy was the mental. When they forget you can't remember so like basically the phone call leaked the talking to longer christian arrested boy alleged says with his mom suffering from dementia. Asked you sound crazy and you guys want to here. A bigger twist allegedly allegedly the state in which it happened in because Virginia christine is a female incest like with their with their mom. Or whatever like. There's like a weird loophole in there where they could charge for four like mentally. What's it like taking advantage of an older person. Either for monetary or a new type of reasoning. But there's a charge where you're like. You're hurting old people. She's probably get charged with that but the people are saying that she might not even get charged with the incest charge. Or she's out. That's like your mama beginning yet but this is.

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"beshir" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

04:11 min | 11 months ago

"beshir" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Yes so many things make sense now. Notice she's a beshir teaches within.

CDC recommends double masks to protect against COVID-19

Start Here

05:08 min | 1 year ago

CDC recommends double masks to protect against COVID-19

"New cdc report showing that tightly fitted masks. Make a difference and that a tightly fitted with a cloth mask over it. Double masking as it's called is also effective. A new study from the cdc suggested that double masking putting a second mask on you. That fits really tightly actually can protect you from covid better than a single mask. Let's get some info on this. We got someone who ran the cdc at one point. Dr richard besser was the former acting director there. He now leads. The robert wood johnson foundation. Dr beshir can we start with the practical stuff. What is the current recommendation at this point when it comes to wearing masks like how many do we need. What type do we need right. Well brad at the highest level. The recommendation is that everybody should be wearing masks. Glad that we have a reasonable thinking governor who has lifted the mandate. I don't wear a mask unless i am made to. I see so many people. Today who aren't wearing any mask and even wearing a single mask will reduce the likelihood that if you have cohen you'll spread to someone else and will reduce the chances that if someone near you has cova that you will breathing in and get infected date ever used from cdc today underscore the importance the importance of wearing a mask correctly and the cdc's said in their study and this and this was published in the wr which is their journal of record is is that wearing cloth mask on top of a surgical mask or or the procedure massive. They're the same thing will improve the fit. And that's what this is about when when you put a mask on. There are gaps around the side of that masks. There may be gaps around around your nose but if you wear a surgical mask that has a wire at the top and you pinch it on your nose and you put a cloth mask on top of that. It will ensure that there aren't the the leakages sides of that surgical. The surgical does a lot of the work. And then the cloth is there to prosecute against your mouth exactly because if you just put on a surgical mask with with doing anything else. What you're going to find is that it doesn't fit tightly on the sides there big gaps there but that cloth mask fits properly over over. Your ears will will hold that surgical mask in in place and in their studies found that this reduced the amount of particles by by over ninety percent well fitting mast provided the greatest performance Blocking emitted aerosols and exposure of aerosols to the receiver. They cautioned though that. Don't take those numbers and say and assume they're going to try to you because they tested one type of cloth mask and one type of surgical mask but the general principle is a good one. That wearing a cloth mask over surgical mask will help. They give some other alternatives as well. This includes wearing a mask with the most mold. Fire nodding the ear loops on your mass. You cannot decides of a surgical mask and if you go to their website they'll show you what they mean by that so that it will fit better on the sides of your face or you can you can purchase. What's called a mask fitter which is like a plastic or nylon device. That goes over your mask that that helps it fit on. your face. looks the neck gaiter. That were always saying. They're not great mask but this looks like a neck gaiter. It's good for that yes some of our navigators and some are like a plastic frame that holds it on your face but the takeaway from it is is really this that wearing a mask as good but making sure it fits properly is is really important and will increase the benefits that you get well so okay so i understand that scientific conclusions change with more data right. I get that but just so we're clear like can we walk this back early on. Cdc was saying hey. We have no reason to recommend mask. We haven't seen any in july of last year. Data does come in. They they change it to what we do recommend mask. It's really there to protect other. People won't necessarily protect you. Then november comes around like actually does protect you. We started to see that data and now a full year after covid reaches american shores. Say oh actually. I just want us to masks are actually really good. Like is that counterproductive at one point when when we feel like the guidance shifts month after month well you know one of the advantages. We have now that we didn't have last year is that we're having cd scientists out front explaining what they're learning. How someone who are tired of hearing about masks as well as tired about of wearing masks can be cumbersome they can be inconvenient mass growing is not to make your life mess comfortable and we're seeing our political leaders stand up and say the exact same thing next few months masks not vaccines are the best defense against cove nineteen and hopefully that will allow people to take this in and say you know. I've been hearing a lot about these. These strains of the virus these mutants that can spread more easily. There's actually something i can do until you get vaccinated. Hopefully that will help people you know not feel like no one knows what they're doing but i feel like people providing answers as this is changing and that is a good thing. We can adapt ever ever so slightly if we need to.

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"beshir" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"beshir" Discussed on KOMO

"This week, the C Ock signed 12 players to future contracts, players that could eventually end up on the 53 Man roster. Among them are wide receivers John or Sue and Penny Heart in men's college basketball top right. Gonzaga tries to go 13 and no tonight. When the Zags host foreign five pepper dine the Huskies. They're still looking for their first Pac 12 1 of the year. They visit the USC Trojans tonight. Major League Soccer has yet to announce a schedule for the season ahead. In the meantime, Jordan Morris of the Sounders had mentioned during MLS Cup week he would consider playing for a European club and with uncertainty with the MLS. That is still a possibility, if the right offer in the right team. No comes forward. I definitely had something that that I would be interested in. And you know if The right opportunity came, it would. It would definitely be something that that I would look out and, you know, I guess we'll just have to kind of wait to see a bit. For now. Morris is in Florida training with the U. S national team. The NHL season is underway. Brock Beshir had two goals, including the winner as the Vancouver Canucks Top the Edmonton Oilers 53 last night goalie Brayden Holt be made 28 saves in his Vancouver debut. Sports Attend and 40 minutes past the hour. I'm Eric Heights. Camo knew someone whose time 8 11. There now appears to be some progress toward getting a third covert vaccine on the market. Johnson and Johnson says it's one shot vaccine is showing promising results in an early face study, the company could apply for emergency authorization by the end of the month in Ohio scientist discovering to new variants that developed right here in the U. S. And officials say one strain spreading in the city of Columbus could be more contagious, but need more data were not ready to tow overreact. We want to make sure that we study these in the lab that we get really good data California now allowing anyone 65 older to get this shot this mass vaccination center opening at Disneyland. When I heard 65 I was I was really pretty happy. And in Massachusetts, this field hospital reopening for the second search. Filling up with patients. There's an entire hospital operation set up on this convention center floor. Patient rooms set up throughout to treat more than 200. Covert patients. Matthew God, Boys of first Responder well enough to go home. What were your thoughts about the virus before? Originally.

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Weekend Review and the Secrets of a Professional Bettor with Mark Holder

The Final Furlong Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Weekend Review and the Secrets of a Professional Bettor with Mark Holder

"Paisley park has had a comeback and they're very bullish about his second start. How serious is is this issue. And is it a case of you have to take it on individual basis because the things to say about. This is an declare. Marcus seeing all of the racing but he was away marks overall points is. He's too short in the market therefore liam and that's from professional beshir his mind that makes logical sense. Obviously he is not run anywhere near form and as a very valid. Excuse for that he's finished ninety-seven links tailed off and poor fellow is is in desperate is in a desperate state and i don't like to see this. This is this is not. This is not nice to see for. The moore's i would prefer to see gosh and be able to go and perform and show was what he can do. And if that's win this by twenty lengths or finished third then so be it but at least we get to see it instead. Those more questions about what might have been or what might be. So how serious is Fibrillation heart and how serious is it for his season as you say it really depends Obviously is gonna defibrillator halt. We have noticed who was extend. Today's if it's reset itself like paisley pause his shoe the next day after he was found to have after as huddle and i mean it's only holes bleeds you have a scale of how they fled or if they're gonna hold in that tendon you have a scale of how bad that is you know. Obviously we do not know to what extent goshen cautions issue has has surfaced too but the biggest concern i have with this is at least pacey part. I know the plan was because he recovers himself from his defibrillation heart that they were planning on bringing him back in the spring to see him To to get him back on the truck again and are we started this song. The some reported last season. I actually thought in some ways. It's probably a blessing in disguise that he didn't have that because it's given him no sorry. I need to talk to forget about that. About experience in this day is huddle but also a fulsome not to just relax and completely set himself right again. The thing with goshen knows his first hurdle race the season. they just happened and you haven't necessarily got the luxury now. All enforced break in which to properly assess him to give yourself the time to to get him back to you. Know sort of equilibrium gas to them breaking the amounts again for his next to have been backed where he is i mean. I don't know his retool stephen packing but if he's got to the patients or if he wants to run the whole soon as it seems as soon as he's given the thumbs up by the vet so not the one so blinding i could think to. This is against talking about on the previ- posted this weekend. Because the amount of times. I've been burned by what i perceived to be a talk juvenile taking not step up into open. Company is a world apart for them the amount of time. I've thought this is an absolute well. This is going to be the next five year. Old twin the champion hurdle i know how for the last year but this year we another one on an as mark says about the the stone improvement he has to found to even match strides veterans on was huge. And i just wonder if they on the back will consider see things. Happening to flat runs posing him away. If i'd put him away for the wind it's completely having forget about this because you could see. He was hanging horrendously right throughout the race themselves. Today he wasn't happy at any stage. And i would tell them away maybe bring him back for his spring campaign and it might even be a blessing in disguise. He misses this four slash five year. Old season truly might miss getting the experience. But it's such a tough season for them in general and it's not something that i'd like to see a quick turnaround with and i'd most like see what pays the park's hard and have a really big break to assess the situation. I completely got themselves back to where they work is is not a quick fix the model war

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"beshir" Discussed on Bald and Blonde

Bald and Blonde

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"beshir" Discussed on Bald and Blonde

"Single time it works. They have guys diocese in the nar. Thank you for giving us your short vision shortcuts. Because i think that what you have given us is the perfect starting point for people to actually stop this. Bring it into their law. Because i know there's so many people out there stuck in this negativeness partly because of what's going on in the world partly because maybe they don't know how to change partly because they've just been this pains and a bit stock and one of our missions is to help you guys move out of that stage and start changing your own lives. And i think you've given us the perfect meany formula to type the i i think so. I think that's half. Oil is absolutely doable. And important thing that you said. I want to reassure age before you gave a set little shortcut start with talking about should your cooking. The first thing he said was choice of recipe. And i write that down. And i'm going to say that to listen is the first step before even figuring out what you do enjoy launch is choosing that you want to dream again chasing the you're gonna take your dreams back and actually a stop dreaming and stop believing. Yep but here's the thing you cannot start believing when you internally don't feel it that is the trick so we need to construct something and put our feelings incoherence with that and that is when magic can happen feeding. The dreams are allowing dreams to be alive. Many years ago. I wrote a song and i was seeing it with a vocal coach together and the title is dreams. And there's one line in that song. That i so strongly believe in believe in your dreams. Your dreams believe in you absolutely. Yes at couldn't say beshir. And in fact i would really like to play this song. We never really do this. But we're going to do this today. In honor actually guys solve at twenty first episode. Which is what is fun is. We're going to play. Where a twenty episode. We are going to play you. A dicey pat original never before ridley and right now is available. Only on bold blonde dot live websites. So let's have a listen. Jesus i think it perfectly fits. Today's topic and discussion. And when i listened to it. I just found myself being uplifted in such a.

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"beshir" Discussed on For Realness Sake

For Realness Sake

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"beshir" Discussed on For Realness Sake

"That question release yourself from the ignorance and then release them in leg dot deal with them. So matt mike my my next advice is we have to start mining our spiritual business because the we want people to pay for the wrong that they've done and we are not in position to mesa. Hey so when we don't see the results right. It's like panthers something in a store and they don't give your bag come on. I just paid for this. I need my bag. So when we see people do and they do not answer to us Then we get no fulfilment right. We're not for justice. Has hard hit takes real maturity to say you know what that person did to me. God so number one. I'm going to self reflect. And see where i put that person. 'cause you're not hurt until you put a person on a platform. They didn't deserve Hurt with you. I don't have a personal relationship with you. If i have latte form you if you talk about me i'm like oh. I knew he was gonna do that. So you didn't hurt me right Secondly okay. I put them on a on a platform. They did not deserve now. I need to forgive. And then thirdly now. I need to my own spiritual business. I need to remove myself if i need to do that. And i need to go on with my life. That i need to mind my spiritual business in. Let god handle that. That person is so simple is it seems hard. I love that minding your own spiritual business. I i think a lot of times. I have prayed to god or journal Got really trying to understand. Why all these things are happening. This is not but it's sped. That has nothing to do with me. I need to stay. You know stay in my own lays though that was correction that i needed gus. Don't question me okay. An listen you can question him. You say god why. God how calm. But that's that's beshir stopping point right there. You give him his time to answer you if he answers you this this this and if he says in a little while i'll answer you he will never leave us in the blind We can question we. He questioned himself. Why has thou forsaken me. That was a question Why have you forsaken me right. You can ask the question. You just cannot be involved in his results towards other people. Oh this was for nobody else. This was for me. Okay this this whole episode was for me. I am just. I don't even know if i could take anything else. But i have one more. So you mentioned that You know you were pretty much on the road to becoming a supermodel and you were told that you know you're gonna be a minister. He really didn't accept that now. I'm one of those people were since i was probably born. I was questioning. Got in what i'm supposed to be doing. I was one of those kids. That just i wanna know. 'cause i don't in my mind i don't wanna make a mistake. I don't i don't wanna waste time. I just wanna get right into it..

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Seattle City Council backs new $20 car-tab fee but debates how it should be spent

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle City Council backs new $20 car-tab fee but debates how it should be spent

"A new Seattle car tab fee questions how the money raised should be spent almost Corwin Hank reports. One proposal upsets climate activists, members of the City Council Budget Committee have approved renewal of a $20 car tab fee to replace an expiring fi. Previously this money has funded transit and walk ability. Improvements correct about dedicating the source for bridge maintenance. That's Kelsey Beshir in public comments, noting that some on the council support dedicating some of the proceeds to Maintaining the city's older bridges bite the pandemic. There is still a lot of transit need out there, and the $20 increase in the deal left could provide tens of thousands of hours in critical access for people during this time. At the same time, problems with the West Seattle Bridge illustrate the critical role bridges play in overall mobility. If the full council passes the car tab fee as expected, more discussion is expected on how to spend that money.

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"beshir" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"beshir" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

"Man Those guys get you know they are Super Admiral can adjust on the fly, and that's what we need all to be able to do in today's world absolute I spoke with delicate who's also a former navy seal and he was talking about how cold it was affecting him and he was saying how it's not affecting them at all because as navy seals, he was trained to be nimble trained to plan for it like he had home Jim a year ago. Without. Really any idea of what he was planning for but he was already prepared for that kind of worst case scenario and he's always improvising adapting and overcoming, and that was something he now incorporates and I think the lie that we also tell ourselves is that we actually get to a life where it's our life becomes rigid that life is never rigid. It's about the challenge life is always given you different obstacles to jump through whether be covert or whether it. Be something else like the struggle of life is actually the beauty of life and we often lider ourselves Beshir even business I think everybody when they're starting a business even myself I've had the same feeling like Oh, there's GonNa be this point where my business isn't a struggle no every time that struggles where you grow and there was a post on like that I recently read where a company was deciding like maybe we should just give up because everybody was very Frustrated in the company and then he was reminded of something I can't remember how it came into it. But like AIRBNB was started in the last great recession, like this is the opportunity where we can be number one, reinvent ourselves potentially. And you have to have that mindset of this struggle, the growth end I think, as you trained for any type of sports professionals, you think probably plateau that you reach like if I can just train enough to get there, I'll be cruising at thirty thousand feet and there won't be any turbulence, but there's always turbulence your there's no turbulence you're six feet under. So I. One other thing that I wanted to dive into and unpack you called the legacy building go ahead and unpacking what that talks about. Because legacy is something I have cemented in my logo for my podcast because many military dad's focused on the.

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Protesters shot as Sudan military tries to clear Khartoum sit-in

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:55 min | 3 years ago

Protesters shot as Sudan military tries to clear Khartoum sit-in

"Sudanese security forces have attacked a pro democracy. Protests in Khartoum live rounds have been fired and fatalities reported. Charles at the not wishing at all sound glib about the deaths that have been reported. Is there any grounds for hope at all? This may merely be a blip. The long term forecast for Sudan, is for the gradual hopefully transfer of power to civilian rule. That is the theory. That is the theory in practice. This is a massive setback. It's a massive setback to the agreement that was struck. I think just a couple of weeks ago for the very, very beginning of that transition to civilian rule. I mean, if you talk about good faith negotiators, and if you look at the transitional military council, and the D F CF the declaration of freedom and change forces the civilian side. You can't assume that the military is a good faith party to the transition of power when they do what they did on the ground in. Khartoum. Dundee. Are we seeing an on interest by the transitional military council in being all that transitional? Well, absolutely. And I it's quite hard to avoid being cynical about this kind of situation in great hope his met with great disappointment. We have been here repeatedly in recent years in the region. The, the military are not going to give up that power without a battle. And the problem is lack of outside forces. Well on this, if you think about the I mean, things could have turned out differently, and so many other countries with financial and diplomatic in strategic, backing hair Saudi Arabia is one of the major one of the major outs outside. Onlookers is interested in the status quo. And the status quo is military regime, and they have the money they have the money they announced a massive aid package. They have the money they had to have the strategic. They won't Yemen's support in in. So in. They won't see down support in in Yemen. And so from that point of view without any other outside actors stepping in said the US it really doesn't look good at the moment, little Charles on that subject might this be playing out differently if we had a United States that was more, obviously interested as the United States is traditionally, so supposed to be in the promotion of democracy elsewhere in the United States, perhaps it had not been burned, perhaps for some generations by. It's a attempts fifteen or sixteen years ago to interested different Middle Eastern north African country in liberal democracy. I don't really think so. I think it's the regional players as Daniel mentioned. I think it's the regional players here that even given a heightened or more engaged American presence or more meaningful American presents. It's the regional powers here that hold sway the TMC has been received by heads of state in south. Saudi Arabia in Egypt in the UA and elsewhere around the region. And we've seen a lot of sort of this northeastern sort of Africa become a playground for regional powers. And I think that their presence their money and their influence is closer bigger and much more engaged at anything that the United States states could come up within that part of the world the, the Sudanese professionals association, which has been the, the umbrella organization, which is sort of spearheaded the protests and the opposition, which and helped drive Omar Al Beshir, the previously long-serving dictator from power, a now calling for an extended campaign of civil disobedience,

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"beshir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"beshir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Newly now any Beshir's ruining to be your next governor of Kentucky, Kentucky needs. A really like Andy shoe to help our community access to good paying jobs, any Bashir knows community because he's always doubt. Lino running small business. Takes for all business offering up to forty five percent. Computers, Intel core processors, plus get additional savings, you call the delta business. Call eight seven seven by don't today. That's eight seven seven. Sixty three eighty. Canvas power thirty order. Doubt running a small business for all businessmen for offering up to forty five percent of computers, Intel core processors, plus, get additional savings when you call the Dell small-business advisor. Call eight seven seven today. That's eight seven seven five. Six three eight computers. Canvas powered thirty order. New level. Or go to buy a Toyota dot com. Toyota. Let's go places for some. It's extreme sports for others, it's a really close ballgame. But what gets our blood pumping at Baptist health. His pioneering new treatments for heart disease. Equipping our expert team with the latest technology and developing techniques that improve heart attacks vital rates at Baptist health. We push ourselves to provide exceptional heart care for one reason, so you can keep enjoying the things that get your blood pumping. Learn more at Baptist health dot com slash heart.

"beshir" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"beshir" Discussed on WJR 760

"That is a reduced sentence recommendation that the government is expected to give her actual sentencing isn't going to be until later date will learn that today a judge will make that determination of former Michigan state police trooper convicted of involuntary manslaughter faces sentencing today, here's diligent ours. Gene, Fogel, forty six show. Mark was convicted during a second trial in the death of fifteen year old Damon Grimes Beshir at tasers Grimes. You had been riding his ATV illegally on a Detroit street back in August of two thousand. Seventeen Grimes lost control of the vehicle and was killed when it crashed a jury in his first trial failed to reach a verdict on a charge of secondary murder on a mistrial was declared. Jurors in the second trial convicted him of a lesser charge of involuntary manslaughter, which is a fifteen year felony. Gene, Fogel, WJR news. A man is in jail Eaton county for two murders a claim to police. He was rigging. The demons of some dear friends, they found two women beaten to death. Separately into homes in mid Michigan. Go to the library overdose on drugs legislation allowing libraries to stock administer the opioid overdose. Drug Narcan is nearing passage in the Michigan legislature police say drug addicts on the street often go into the public library to seek shelter and libraries have seen a rash of overdose deaths. WJR news time ten three. Here's Steve Courtney. Sports morning once again, my friends. Well, here we go. John lines run at basketball coach at Michigan. Comes to an end. He informs administrators this very morning that he is taking services. Elsewhere. He gets a five year deal. According to reports to become the head coach of the Cleveland. Cavaliers course, the conspiracy theorists already at work with Dan Gilbert, his connections to Michigan. Stay, you know, meanwhile, Kawhi Leonard NBA history last night, I game seven buzzer beater, and it was a doozy. If bounced four times off the rim before finding a way to go in Toronto beats the seventy Sixers ninety to ninety Eastern Conference finals, call game one in Milwaukee Bucks. Eight thirty and Wednesday night C J McCollum thirty seven points, helping the trailblazers make it to the Western Conference final as they do away. Come back from a large deficit to beat the Denver Nuggets one hundred ninety six game one with the warriors that will be an Oakland nine o'clock tomorrow night Tigers beat the twins five three Daniel Norris on point yesterday afternoon to Ron's and six. And a third his longest outing since may of two thousand seventeen Tigers back now to kick off a ten game homestand that begins with a three game series. The astros. Come a call in game. One seven ten tonight. Matthew Boyd on the hill for the Tigers. Steve, Courtney, detach sports, traffic.

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"beshir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"beshir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Mom criticize him because they've worshiped him for two years. So they've got to turn to on Bill bar, and what they're doing to bail bar is moody, Chris Davis accused the man of everything New York Democrat, Jerry Nadler said the Trump administration is engaged in unprecedented obstruction? Congress may be having trouble getting their hands on President Trump's federal tax returns. But New York says lawmakers can have his state returns, New York state Senate has passed a Bill that would give congress access to a state. Residents tax returns from the Empire State, including the president's if they were requested today's vote in Albany allows the measure to go to the states assembly for consideration the Bill would allow the release of state returns to congress for legitimate purposes. But only if lawmakers are seeking federal returns as well governor Andrew Cuomo has said he would sign the legislation into law. If it makes it to his desk. Bill Rakoff Washington services secretary, Alex as our is telling drug companies, they need to put the prices of their products in their television ads beginning in July. President Trump today is requiring that drug companies that run those TV ads to disclose the list prices of their drugs in those ads. It's time for the pharma companies to start leveling with the American people about what their drugs cost in a tweet today as our ads drug companies need to come clean to patients about the cost of their drugs. Your next news update is at four. I'm Suzanne divall NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A S Kentucky on his breaking news, weather, and traffic station. Susan, thank you very much. The. Democratic race. Oh my gosh. That's during the heat up two guys running in that race of called governor president the for governor Vladimir Putin yet or not. That was that was a while crack they're just play. Yes. Japan or Nixon. Oh, gee, man. Here's some wild. That's crazy. All right here on the gubernatorial side now here in Kentucky, the Democrats running, of course in primary, and there's there are a couple of candidates on the Republican side. But they're not making much noise on the democratic side though were few weeks away. And so it's heating up a little bit more. Now, they had a debate last week. And and then there was some talk after that one of well or we being too nice to each other. So Adam eland put out an ad where he brought up some of Andy Beshir's, former legal work. And so I ended Bashir had to answer apparently today with another new, and let's see actually I have to clarify. This a pro eagle in group because people will send me say steeply he doesn't support with somebody. That's supporting Adam edlund that whatever put, you know. It's money. That's behind Adam Elon versus money. That's behind Andy Bashir versus money. That's behind. Rocky adkins. Those are the three primary people running in the democratic side for the primary election coming up. So anyway. He goes after handy Bashir. Oh my gosh. Oh my goodness. Trying to link Andy to the maker of Oxycontin, some reference in there today into Beshir's campaign responding with new ads calling those tax shameful and false this kind of stuff. What's the quote here? I'm reading the herald leader when I got in this race, I expected negative untrue and false ads from Matt Bevin and the Republicans, but it's disappointing to see them from fellow Democrats. The only person there helping is Matt Bevin and rocky. He's smart. He is staying out of this thing. Now, I've seen various polls. And I'm not going to give you the results of those. I think those are misleading half the time. And it's not right for me the way other people pay for them nonetheless. They're polls that have some variation in them. And they're they're all. Won a few of them were tight and one of them looks like a blowout. For one of the three candidates. I just mentioned right there whose name I leave out right now, eat Lund's campaign is the only one in its jingle that names Matt Bevin by you know, by his Tytler..

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President Omar Beshir, Sudan And Sydney discussed on Progressive Talk Programming

Progressive Talk Programming

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

President Omar Beshir, Sudan And Sydney discussed on Progressive Talk Programming

"In sudan. Hundreds of thousands of protesters continue to hold rallies and cities across Dan Thursday and Friday calling for an end to military rule. The protests com sedan marks the one weekend of her Serie of longtime President Omar Beshir's removal by top Sydney's generals. Amidst a popular uprising against his thirty year rule since Beshir's ouster thousands of youth

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"beshir" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"beshir" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"I wanna say it's been going in that direction. And it's really really shown now especially last year with the lifting of the US think shins in sedan as an attempt to kind of increase more opportunities in more investment and development in the country. It's kind of had a negative opposite effect with inflation being higher than it's ever been in a really really long time. So I think that there is a correlation to what's happened in south Sudan. But sedan itself is very resource rich area and can also benefit and profit in its own ways. So I think just understanding the size of Sudan as a whole before the split. And how it's still one of the largest countries after the split in Africa. I think that's also very important to note that the resources extend far beyond the oil reserves there. So I think just understanding that the secessionist out sedan. I think that's also another thing that's really important is to voice that that's news people fought for their independence and fought for their freedom a lot there's a lot of parallels that we can tie into that. With what's happening today? The same reasons they fought for economic independence and all of that. And that's what people are currently doing when they take to the streets as they're fighting for that kind of independence that kind of liberty and that kind of freedom to be able to have the foundations established by their governments. And by the people in power to represent them to be able to sustain life. There should be more than enough resources to feed clothe house people in sedan. If you had good leadership backs brings me back to Bashir. I mean, I've seen activists quoted saying that Bashir is weaker than he's ever been that he might be at risk of the military and security services turning on him. Notably. Some former political allies have turned on him. Do you think that there are signs of that movement is loosening Beshir's grip on power or you worry that? That's wishful thinking, I think that I like to kind of focus more on the people. I think what the movement is doing it's strengthening the people themselves, and that's what we've seen a lot. I guess globally speaking in regards to revolutions and change is it come it stems I from the grassroots level. And that's what's unique about these protests, and how it's working it's coming from a bottom up approach where the narrative is coming from Sudanese people and communicating that out, but I definitely think that it is showing that the grip of the government is getting weaker. But I think that's just because. In correlation to the grip of the students people. It's getting stronger that unity is becoming stronger incident itself. So I think we see that immediately with the response to the protests from, you know, the security forces, you know, they're using live in this shin. They're using tear-gas few days ago, they actually tear gas to hospital intensive care unit and the money and people were they're getting treated for the tear gas and having been shot while peacefully protesting, and you know, it's just showing that with this increased use of force. There's a little bit of intimidation from the administration to kind of just they're recognizing the power of the people. And I think that's the most important thing is the people powerful to and powered as an only live within the people who are with the government. Reports. Journalists getting arrested. I've seen other reports of maybe social media getting locked down. Maybe you can use VPN to get around that. I'm not sure. But I mean, how difficult is it to communicate with people in Sudan right now communicating with people on sedan. You know, it's a hit or miss. There's certain avenues where people have been able to navigate around it from the two thousand and thirteen Freising in the protests that happened around the same time. It's kind of been a common theme. They always happened around in sedan independence day, which is January first. And that's when Sydney's people feel those deprived full in being Sudanese. So it's a common theme. Twenty thirteen once happened in December. This one is also have started in December. And I think journalists have been getting arrested in large numbers because they are the ones who are sharing that information out and trying to attempting to disseminate it to the rest of the country as well as the rest of the world. And in response, there has been internet blocks on certain apps and people haven't been able to. Indicate what their families at certain points..

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"beshir" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"beshir" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Jim Cramer are we now in a rolling board is that what's been propelling the average since the Boxing Day bottom days like today. Sure Mickey 'field like what can we bounce back from reversing Dow audibly gain one hundred and twenty three points after opening well in the read this morning as be climbing point four five percent. And the NASDAQ advancing point for two percent. This kind of action starting to pattern today started realizing field days, a truly nasty forecast. Cut from me seize. Along with some not so hot holiday numbers from Kohl's and target. Although I had argued that they're doing a lot better than the mall base. Macy's more that later then American Airlines largest airline by fleet size revenues and passengers slashing forecast because of weaker fares guy downs left people scratching their heads about out how much economies deteriorated since he's companies. It's important that long ago when you later on the negative numbers, we got from the home builder's from apple S week after think. Well, here we go again. The Mark is about the rollover, just like we fear. Learn. We're going to retest those lows that we were so quickly out of then left behind when fed chief Jay Powell gave this market a statements and Kuching lists week with this more dovish talk about being patient with rate hikes with all of his bed news. Well, you know, what everything we've got thrown at this morning. It would have been natural for stocks to get destroy. However, that's not what happened not at all. Sure. Beshir slept in the retailers. That's natural. But they didn't flee from the stock market. Instead they swapped into the package. Good stocks. The tilles the industrials kit this including the aerospace plays like Boeing. And are you ready Steve daddy, General Electric? Yes. G E in spite of the week this in the airlines, and then some of the tech stocks started rallying yesterday continued the role. So what the heck is going on here people? How do we go from a rolling bear? Just a few weeks ago to rolling bulwark today. Make the mistake market rally, even when to signature leadership groups retailers airlines, get slam. Well, that's some kind of. Other bunch of reasons for this transformation. So let me lay out for you. I I'm going to cycle the late mardi Soir. He's a legendary money manager who told a whole generation ventures. Don't fight the fed. And don't take when I got interested in stocks. I would always watch Louis rukaiser fantastic, Wall Street show on Friday nights. He had fabulous panel on and talk about both economy in one Portland the stock market. None was better than why his playing them when the fed began tightening in earnest like they did last year, you really should known stocks because there's a real possibility of a bear more when the Fed's tightening aggressively at ushers in a period where stocks basically want to go down. That's the tape as investors three from the market from late January of last year through the horrendous sell off the crescendo the half day of trading for Christmas Eve, you were fighting both the fed and the tape. But then that change after putting through its December rate hike, the fed pivoted to a more benign attitude in part because they started paying attention to the turmoil in the stock market, and what it might be Signi about the actual Konami. So when fed chief Jerome Powell came out last week and told us he be patient. Maybe one in weight rather than me gung ho about raising interest rates. It was switch member. At the beginning of October. Pell told everybody who listened that he was on a mission to raise rates one high-class year. And then at least three more this year. The that the economy was so strong that he might actually need to overshoot and strangle the life out of it to stop inflation. Okay. I'm paraphrase. That's when the real bear market started. Because from that moment on you were fighting the fed and the tape before we've been going to periods where leadership groups could take us down. But the money was seemed to rotate into narrow fewer and fewer sectors etre Powell lowered the boom on us. Well, then nearly everything got crushed on top of that pals, new patient attitude that he just gave us it did something else. It gave us the impression that he. He hadn't totally lost touch with reality. Before last week..

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"beshir" Discussed on Worldly

Worldly

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"beshir" Discussed on Worldly

"Services in health facilities. Employment is high social instability are on the rise. So when people going into this tree simply they gave us hope that we arrived our own few check that we deserve to. What's interesting here is that this is a mix of both economic and political grievances. She's talking about lack of employment opportunities, but also injustice corruption dictatorship political things now it's important to separate those two out because the protests initially started solely as an economic phenomenon. Right. But they're connected. Part of what we were talking about earlier, right when Sudan and Bashir was under all these like economic sanctions. From the west over, you know, being a state sponsor of terror and for issues related to our four and kind of just generally being terrible human being that obviously took an economic toll on the country, but he could point to those sanctions and go, look, it's not my fault. Right. That the economy isn't growing. It's it's these bad people who are punishing us, and blah, blah, blah. But now that those have largely been lifted the US has started working closely with the government on counterterrorism things. Like that which is weird given the ninety right? But you know, they say that he's working on it and things like that. So that it's improving whether or not that's true is another issue. But they've lifted a lot of these sanctions. So now, he's kind of doesn't have that excuse. And so people are starting to realize. Okay. Wait a second. It's your shitty. Corruption your mismanagement of the economy. The fact that you've been this dictator like we don't have a choice on whether you even get to stay in power. And we're actually tired of the way you're doing things -cause yet your won't fly anymore. There's an immediate. 'cause here right? It's not just the people randomly decided where angry enough about the economy to protest, right? This has to do with price hikes specifically price of bread. Exactly. So. Yeah. Well, you need to know is that Sudan has gone through massive inflation lately, it's a triple quadruple its size. And it's the government is trying to combat this by raising the prices of goods, which led to the rate of price of bread, which is a staple of Sudanese of gastronomy, effectively everybody needs Brett will everybody's right? But it's it's a especially a staple there. So what's happened? Then is protests started mid December really about the bread price hike. And it's it's grown in cities and towns, and it's just spread everywhere. Now in the capital, of course, were sheer is. And what we're realizing is that has grown into the larger grievance, right? The political that we've talked about so the sanctions a longer scapegoat renouncing. The government's policies are not leading to Sudanese growth there leading to you know, a bad economy. And so now people started about Brad, they still. Care about it. But now it's about hey Bashir. You know, what have you done for me lately or literally seeing like people filling stadiums, and like the blocks outside Beshir's house right to protest like people are pissed off. And it doesn't look like they're going home anytime soon and part of that also has to do with the fact that but sheer again, not a great guy super repressive has deployed his scaredy forces, including these basically these ghosts troops that they call them. Right. Like, they are playing close security forces that go around beating the hell out of protesters and clashing with them. There have been major clashes some estimates say that as of now at least like forty have been killed around eight hundred imprisoned there were several killed. I think just overnight recently. So it's getting worse. It's not getting any better Bashir has closed schools. He shut down the internet. He's arresting all these opposition figures and journalists like he's doing the the dictator playbook. But we don't know what's going to. Right. Because when you start firing on protesters and killing people, it makes them even more mad a lot of time. I was about to say we've seen this movie before right? We've seen mass protests Pacific mass protests in the Arab world, we've seen governments respond with repression. But the thing is there multiple different possible endings, right? And we don't know which one it's gonna be one possibility. Is that Bashir's just like all right?.

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