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Travis County coronavirus data trends downward, but caution urged

Mark and Melynda

00:26 sec | 2 d ago

Travis County coronavirus data trends downward, but caution urged

"County Health leaders. This week's had covert dreams are leveling off, and that's not great news, considering that the numbers are still pretty high. But looking at the new model from UT Mayor Steve Adler says there have been 45% fewer infections over the past 14 days. Those numbers at this point with indicate that that we could still pull this number down that were not leveling off model also shows the doubling time for new cases is steadily declining and the problem Bility that the pandemic is still growing is only 4%.

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Uncomfortability, the Ultimate Teacher

Developer Tea

04:43 min | Last month

Uncomfortability, the Ultimate Teacher

"Learning and growth are entangled. Together in our lives, and there are times when we think that we have a very clear teacher. Certainly when we have a mentor or even were actually in school, and we have someone who has the title of teacher. But very often, the teacher is more a part of the circumstance or Maybe the learning result of multiple things there's no one specific teacher that exists in that particular environment. And today's episode I WanNa talk about one specific type of environment. The you can seek out. You can intentionally seek this out. You don't need a specific person to teach you these things. Instead you can create an environment of learning that teaches you on its own. The says really the habit the identify inhabit between really high performers and people who stay relatively static throughout their careers, and we're not to claim to have some special secret. That you can't get. On any other PODCAST, we're not gonNA talk about this differentiator being the key to unlock your future success, but instead I want to discuss this with the presence of mind to understand that we're observing it. This isn't easy to do. This isn't a simple hack. That's going to flip your career upside down. But I want to talk about this learning environment and specifically. I want you to focus on one feeling. One specific feeling or maybe a group of similar feelings. That might help you realize when you're in. This kind of environment not is uncomfortably. uncomfortable. This is the feeling of being at the edge of your ability. Or maybe. Being confronted with. Some harsh realities. Maybe receiving some negative feedback or Losing out to an opponent. Maybe. It's being turned down for a job. Or maybe it's being. Let go of your existing job. There are all of these moments of uncomfortable -bility the provide us. With a natural learning environment. We're going to talk about that learning environment but I. WanNa take a moment to differentiate between the uncomfortably. That comes from something that we should escape or we don't desire. Versus the comfortability that comes from something that we do desire. You can use this simple metaphor of exercise. Exercise is typically not comfortable. Parts of it might feel good, but. When you are exercising hard, if your heart rate is up really high, and you're pushing yourself to the edge of your ability, you're probably not going to be incredibly comfortable. However? It's a different comfortability problem, right? It's a different type of pain when you push yourself past a particular breaking point or when you do something that wasn't intended to be done. Think breaking a limb or moving your body in a way that it's not coordinated or intended to move. So these are different types of uncomfortable, and we can go through this in our mental comfortability as well. It's important to delineate and this is very hard to do or to provide you any kind of guidelines for how to do this, but it's important to delineate when you're experiencing. Stress or negative emotions were that uncomfortably. That is desirable versus the type that you should avoid. For what it's worth, some types of uncomfortably are unavoidable entirely. We all have to deal with uncomfortable situations that we can't control. And we do learn from those uncomfortable situations. But, sometimes we're in situations where we should remove elves. Even in those situations we may be learning, but we may also end up experiencing enough negative side effects that simply not worth it to stay in that situation, and so it's a simple disclaimer here if you are being for example harassed, that is the type of uncomfortable. That you don't really want to seek out. It's very unlikely that you will benefit greatly enough from the learning that comes from that the you should seek out situations where you're being harassed.

States should give businesses the flexibility to reopen amid coronavirus pandemic

Dana Loesch

06:08 min | 3 months ago

States should give businesses the flexibility to reopen amid coronavirus pandemic

"How do we how what moves can be taken as we start lifting these lockdown restrictions what moves can be taken by the government to respect to that free market to make sure that we are not creating a new precedent for federal dependency or state dependency it but what can be done to spur economic activity and and maybe give us a quick lightning start to the recovery as things open well I think there are probably three different areas that you have to be really look at number one you have to make sure that the regulatory tax environment is conducive so to this everybody wants to make a profit and so so if you have to defer taxation if you have to do for regulation and what we're saying is because we have different number of regulations they probably are necessary at all anyway but you take care of that provide the environment they want the second thing you do is this I think you've actually probably had what I would use this personal domain or what I would provide wheelchairs and deluged with taking the federal government not so much but the state government chat and the state governments have also got to go by the way for folks to to be able to financially get their doors back open and and provide that relief which they live the third one which which is basically to push tied together you got a lot of open up businesses have to be able to open up and you have to provide some penalized bility protection for portable pulling up so that I mean already we've had there's a lot of trial lawyers coming in here trying to sneak around see if there's a way to shoot somebody or hatching a corona virus first of the of the business of the weather's a big box store grocery store or whatever so you've got to provide some kind of liability protection British businesses through a little bit nervous to open up and come back because they know that that that this is the next shoe to drop so there's a there's a three quick things I think we should be focusing on right now yeah you make a great point with CL liability protections we've been talking about that here and there on the program because that is it and I did it just makes me mad your trial lawyer still that are going out there sh sixteen if they can find any kind of weakness to exploit but I how does workers comp come into that because wouldn't they wouldn't businesses be protected through workers compensation from something like that or is that rule but kind of out of the window because it's a panda I can you have your state orders and executive orders involved well a workers comp because a little bit harder because of workers comp is typically going to be definitely work related and I'm not sure that passing section around this has been ruled to be within that within that little shoebox and so that may be a little bit harder that's why you saw introduced legislation because actually dealing with liability issues trying to be more clear on the reasonable person standard and simply opening your business does not thank you negligent that sector than trying to find work there but I don't know about workers comp but it's usually that that's used for research there were shoe box that I'm not sure you can yeah how how much longer do you think I mean I know that we're going into the different that some states are going my state to Texas is going into phase one coming up on Friday some areas actually even opened a little bit earlier we were talking about the town of Colleyville here in Texas you have Georgia that's following its reopening following those phase one guidelines as well if you had it because I I hear from so many people we can't take this much longer in there these are business owners who are saying okay we plan for a rainy day this is a global pandemic is a lot different it's like a million rainy days at once no one can really anticipate something like that or or really plan for it which is why we have the government reacting in the at this unprecedented way but you know honestly how how much longer because they're at the DNC was saying that now we're opening too quickly how much longer can people take this and what what do you say to the DNC says none of this is way too fast well I think societally we've already been close to long branching data showing that that the number of that you created a another public health crisis on the side by side basically preventing elective surgeries a lot of people told us that the plastic surgery no elective surgeries with any scheduled surgeries yep and now they are virgins you sugar so you have created quite frankly the public health crisis on on on the side and that goes with your economic crisis I I talk to people everyday Danish data then the business is the small business owners and they tell me yeah we're we're either with PKK were were were about to hold up and you can't you can't provide enough almost because it isn't so bad that's what we have over thirty trillion question thirty million people unemployed and sweet and there so that's that's that that about thirteen to fifteen percent it is the actual inspired because he beat the influx has been so rapid and show of force on the states that that they don't have the the band with the either classed as all the new plans for a quote I would say what we need to be opening up right now and we need to be basically just say let's just advocate for or for the guidelines because that's really where three people were still we would say if you don't want to open up your business okay don't you have that right we would say if you feel unsafe the state state and I would say I would respect that I mean that's that's your choice but feel that way and to believe that and then certainly stand if you don't want to be responsible when

OnePlus 8 is a worthy rival to the Galaxy S20

The 3:59

04:04 min | 4 months ago

OnePlus 8 is a worthy rival to the Galaxy S20

"What me Netphone Review Lynn Law. A chance. Check out both the workplace eight and it's hiring variant. The one plus eight pro first off linke to start taking the two devices are the new bells and whistles sure Well summer the one plus eight pro is slightly larger some more high end phone. It's slightly more expensive. And it has four cameras and the one eight is more affordable and it has three cameras. But what's interesting about? Both of them is that they have five G. Just in terms of any other differences that would I'm stepping up to the one plus a pro. What are of the extra features that I would get that? I wouldn't get with the one. Eight pro is more advanced. So it has a one hundred twenty hertz display which means refreshes at a faster rate most phones refresh at sixty frames per second and the one plus eight refreshes at ninety eight pro also has a few more software tweaks when it comes to comforter -bility and the display and of course there's wireless charging which a lot of one plus fans have been waiting for and reversed wireless charging so it charges. Other accessories about is not available in the oneplus. Eight right. Yes that is not available. Oh and another thing. Is that the one plus eight pro all versions of it is water resistant or is rated for Ip water resistance and the one plus eight. It's carrier versions are rated for water resistance but the unlock version of. It is not a kid but I know the question is. How much do these phone cost with? A one eight starts at six ninety nine for one hundred twenty eight gigs and if you WANNA double the memory. That's going to be seven. Ninety nine but horizon is selling it for slightly more expensive one hundred dollars more at seven in the hundred twenty eight Gig. Vision is seven nine two and the eight pro starts at eight ninety nine and then the next capacity is ninety nine so there's a lot of versions a lot of memory capacities a lot of tweaks that we've got to consider but basically eight starts at six ninety. Nine unlocked is what you can kind of take away from that schedule and so I mean bottom line because you spent some time with these phones already your how do they stack up against the competition. Specifically you know Samsung in its galaxy. S Twenty Line. That's really what one plus is going after here rights hardcore users. More savvy users right. Yeah I mean compared to pass models and following one kind of product line. It's definitely more expensive in years past. I mean I think it's kind of crazy to think that the one plus eight is now the same price as an iphone. Eleven a couple years ago. We would never think that a oneplus phone would be the same price as an iphone. But even that it's still more affordable than its high end android competitors. I mean the most expensive version of eight proce is where the galaxy s when he starts and the eight doesn't have a lot of like you said the bells and whistles of both the eight pro and the Galaxy Twenty doesn't have wireless charging as no reverse charging and neither of the one plus phones have expandable memory but I do think it's still a good deal. You'll still get some stuff for the galaxy. Est Twenty I think the cameras slightly better and it can record AK video though. One plus funds record at four K. But that's if you really want to be kind of at the top tier edge of technology and the one plus eight pro still offers that and the one plus eight which is the one I prefer gives a a really high android experience at a couple of hundred dollars cheaper than the Galaxy s twenty. Yeah it's interesting. How much time. They also spent a one of the colors. Of the worst say it's the interstellar is at the Elliott the interstellar I had time I got to spend time with that and I gotta say for lack of a better word. It is very cute. I really liked it but it does kind of chops a lot of fingerprints. I found myself like wiping it down a lot

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Tom Brady Becomes a Tampa Bay Buccaneer

CBS Sports Radio

02:16 min | 4 months ago

Tom Brady Becomes a Tampa Bay Buccaneer

"Because I don't want to run out of time I do want to touch on what transpired in patriot world today yes Tom Brady is now Tampa Bay bucs the it is borderline old news now because it's a couple days add the reverberations will go on for a very long period of time there after but the news itself is not breaking today you did have a couple of moves that were breaking news today in New England give me a read on the two sidings the patriots had brain a couple of the guy I talk play for my jets this year not a bad player as a matter of fact and the return of Brian Hoyer to potentially compete for the starting quarterback job there in New England give me your thoughts on both to two months yeah I think they're directional moves I think as soon as you know sort of the cold side Philip rivers you know a lot of people around here we're thinking that you know reunion with lawyer or maybe even Jacoby percent was up author bility I think the horrible exactly he's got he's got great knowledge of this offense he knows that locker room he does the coaching staff so he'll come in and help you know if not compete for the starting job to always be a great sounding boards for Jarrett Stidham you know who's kind of a presumptive you know successor to Brady a fourth round pick out of Auburn last year so a great locker room guy you know like I said very knowledgeable and you know one thing about Brian Williams when the patriots won the Super Bowl against the rams two years ago he was universally wanted by his teammates for his ability to run the scout team and kind of morph into the opposing quarterback down the stretch in the playoffs run so really good guy really good signing I just just make a lot of sense for him to be here you know Brandon Copeland the guy who did the patriots has seen up close for a number of years now where they pay it you know in the at the I got at the Coachella tickets Oct glowingly about the past seems like the patriots have a guy you know good special teams guy and also has that versatility that the patriots love in their life back together can rush the passer he can drop in coverage you can play the run picnic walk a lot of guys in free agency this week Kyle van Noy Jamie Collins in the Robert so really need to restock that line backing core and feel good start getting brand coke on a guy who they had interesting last offseason but weren't able to

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Choosing Photo Travel Gear

Photography Radio

08:52 min | 6 months ago

Choosing Photo Travel Gear

"Hey everybody I'm Karen Hutton. And welcome to the Wu. Today I introduce a new feature on the Wu. QNA as those of you who listen in regularly know by now. I have a lot of things to talk about. Get off my chest. And that's all fine and Dandy but I'm open to questions to so recently. I opened winded up bananas. Some folks what they like to hear about our fabulous end intrepid first up. Is Jim Zuffelato. Who Asks this question? We I just got back from a fabulous trip in Paris and surrounding areas. We went to New York for a few days. And improvisation I pondered long and hard hard about what equipment to bring. How many camera bodies what lenses? What am expecting in the way of photo ops with your travel schedule? I'd like to know how you you plan for work and for just family vacations. So that's Jim's question and thank you for that by the way because that's always a big question and sometimes sends me around the band. I got to admit but I can share some approaches that I've developed to that question that made my gear selection debtor easier ear to carry my mind calmer and my muse happier first of all right off the bat. You GotTa get good with the fact that you're not going to have the perfect lens for every situation and then let it go. I think what drives everybody off. The deep end me included is when we imagine that we have to cover all the possibilities. BILITY's 'cause you know Famo- kills so let it go we'd hopper be creative with what you bring start with. What your heart most desires tires to create from this experience? Do you like to shoot architecture. Mostly Street and people portraits landscapes cityscapes wide-angle fantastical goodness you. You know just kind of make a little list. You know like have to get this stuff. These would be nice. May I can live without these because making the decision about all that narrows the field. Then then I go straight to this one. How much time are you going to be on your feet? Ten hours. A day combing streets Peres hiking in the Alps. GotTa Sherpa Purpose. I mean really. Just imagine yourself in whatever. Your scenario is an include any neck shoulder back problems you might be dealing with because those are huge and they. They don't get better the longer you're on your feet. I've discovered and decide how much you WANNA SCHLEP keep coming back to the fact that gear does not get lighter as the day wears on. Trust me now hone it in a little bit more decide which lenses can do double duty just to give you an example on a recent trip to Italy for one of my photo retreats retreats. My personal goal was to create a visual book of my experience. We were starting in Venice. And then heading to the DOLEMITE's I mean these are two very you. Different areas very different subject matters shooting distances. All of it. I mean for a minute I went out of my mind. What how I honed in was I decided I wanted to make images that it ranged from this particular kind of perspective driven intimate shot that I love to do and then of course I love my grand mountain landscapes gapes but I wanted to make really really strong statements with every shot so I shoot Fuji Film The eighteen to one thirty five and the fifty five to two hundred which is an older lens? But it's a great telephoto Lens in its lighter. They did most of the work now. The eighteen to thirty five did a decent job bob of isolating my intimate subjects. I mean would I have liked more specialized lines for that sure and again if I had a team of attendance to carry my gear which which I just don't have and then I use the fifty five to two hundred only in the mountains really and I was happy to have it Yes would have loved to have my one hundred four hundred but again team Sherpa was nowhere to be found so head to adjust a bit to my gear instead of just having all my gear had sort of adjust asked my vision but that limitation worked great for the strong compositions. I was looking for that. Forced me to make really strong decisions and stick with them. MM commit to them and I was really happy with the results. Now I will admit that as an afterthought and unable to battle my fear of missing out foam oh I did break down and throw my ten twenty four into the bag and I literally never used it. Now if your focus is more on street photography portrait's and things like that. Maybe a couple of Primes is more your style. That's legit you decide. You just have to choose and then commit to the decision and don't look back. Whatever you do set your mind to work with the limitation you set for yourself and make good creative exercise and just know you're GonNa love what you get by leaning into it now second camera? Yup I do on my trip to Italy. I took two X T. Three's you do it with two different ones a bigger one. And then you have a little pocket camera that just slips into your pocket. Your second camera could even be your phone but it's always good to have some kind of backup and the fun thing is they'll all help you see in different ways days. which is what will give your visual story even more awesome perspective so that's my little spiel about cameras and lenses it is and for what it's worth a manuchehr the peripherals that I also consider when selecting gear for a trip? You may have this all figured out Jim but other people listening you know might be Kinda wondering so so the things I think about to our filters holders rings I use Lacroix which is a company out of Spain I love the quality of their glass their holders holders are really really light and super easy. They don't break. I just never have trouble with him. Think about your camera strap so everybody uses a camera strap but you're gonNA be walking long periods of time popping your camera off the strap or whipping up to your face a little bit different when you're traveling so so really think this went through and figure out how you move and what's GonNa be ergonomically sound for you. I use a meg. Poll which works with my really really right stuff L. plates I use Tripod at night in cities and for long exposures end for big shots in the mountains. So you know that plate is pretty much always on my camera so the meg pull works best for me but whatever works for you. A lot of people use peak design black rapid. Whatever as long as it works for you now camera bags? Those are always always a challenge for me. The quick thing I'll say is I usually have one that is for the airline travel so I keep my camera gear all in one bag and don't have things things spread around lately. I've been using the peak design forty five l.. It's padded and I can fit so much in it and it fits in the overhead and then I pack a smaller one for every day what that smaller one is will depend on whether to be in a city or hiking. I also have it. This pretty beat up crumpled five million dollar home bag and I use the beat up one sometimes because you know a woman travelling around the city with camera gear by myself a lot of the time the either or is attended DNA ten because it's smaller looks looks a little nicer. If that's what I want it just has a different configuration. So again comes down to how I'm going to use it. And how conspicuous I WANNA look. Then if I'm in the mountains and hiking a lot actually use a super lightweight twenty leader hiking backpack ways practically nothing and then I use padded lens covers and mix them in with the extra clothing layers water. And you know other stuff you need when you hike in the temperatures are going to change or what have you. It just works so much better because camera backpacks tend to be a little bit heavy. And this little lightweight twenty L. hiking thing just smashes down to nothing weighs nothing is super easy to bring then then remember whether Protection Lens Cloths Extra Batteries chargers power converter adapters power strips. USB Hub power brick for your phone phone either external hard drives for backup or a pile of SD cards. If you don't WanNA use hard drives bring your laptop or Ipad or whatever computing device you like to use news and then whatever other goodies make your life. Smooth streamlined in prepped. For the best time ever. Because that's the key having the best time ever I. Also this is a sidebar. Not Everybody thinks about it but I also advised TRIPP insurance. Make sure it offers the kind of coverage that works for you. Do I always make sure if I'm hiking in the DOLEMITE's little more rugged. I make sure I've got kind of insurance where a helicopter can come pick me up and take me out. I don't need that if five minutes city so you know. Consider what you're doing and what kind of coverage you need and get insurance for your gear to some companies can do it all some specialized. You may have to cross pollinate a little bit so do your research ahead of

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Stefan Krasowski on Visiting All 193 UN Countries

Counting Countries

11:46 min | 7 months ago

Stefan Krasowski on Visiting All 193 UN Countries

"Steffan Krzyzewski come from Minnesota in the US. I've I just recently gotten to one ninety three. UN countries which is why we're talking today. You bring me back for follow up. But I'm happy to be here I don't remember that comment but I'm glad to have you back and curious to hear a little bit of your final part of the journey and I just wanted overview a couple of different different things to remind the listener Remind us again. Why the love of travel was the catalyst what spurred your love for expiration in discovery like many many in my boat there? There's a collecting background. Where you you get interested in collecting different things and I did not travel much coach growing up? My parents not not active travelers so it was my high school junior year trip to China. We had started studying Chinese Back in fifth grade grade and went to China and traveled around and it was just eye-popping exciting thrilling and so as soon as I could I went to college and University of Pennsylvania Wharton School Philadelphia but spent semesters in Shanghai and Hong Kong and then moved to China right after graduating college. And the you've been in Hong Kong. I arranged at ride classes three days a week and just every every Wednesday night I would head the Shenzhen. See what buster overnight train rain was leaving in hop somewhere new and got addicted traveling in China going every province in in the country. And then step-by-step expanding out to the region and the wider world pulled out of curiosity. You didn't come from travel family. What's your family? Think of what you've done what you've accomplished in the travel world world totally supportive. Do they think you're a little crazy. What's going on when you get together for Thanksgiving? Oh I've got one wonderful parents sand and Brother who's a doctor and a scientist who's WHO's very different although we both Studied Chinese at the the same starting and he studied in China in highschool so my parents Prince of been extremely big about education that they work worked to put put us into the best schools that that we could get ourselves into an and get that environment and Mother reading to me every night Even when I developed an interest in books like James Bond or Tarzan in bucks as a as a first or second grader that would have pretty racy stuff she wouldn't our through and and Be Happy to expose me to to new ideas. A Matt so the circumstances weren't for for them to be traveling a huge amount growing up but they're always been very supportive and and As as both my brother and I got older than the I was living in China my parents did start traveling and in quite a quite a lot of times they visited me. TRAVELLED AROUND DOWN SO my father's a adult of million miler now so it's it's certainly not not anti travel in out of curiosity whose commander and his better yours or your brother. I should hope it's me because I still go back several times a year and actively do stuff with China and he hasn't significantly kept up with it since since going into medical school. I mean I know he did say at the time that Learning Anatomy class was pretty easy Z.. For him when when he had been studying Chinese characters for some time but when he was when he was at his best to you. As far beyond me reading classical Chinese the It's it's it's much more different than than say Latin. It was never a spoken language. The written Classical texts are incredibly hard. Pardon any was brilliant that I can. I can get through the first few sentences of the Dow ditching and and that which is which is hard enough but He was he was way beyond me as scholar. Could use to your brother in and Stephan. What was that inflection point? So you explain how you really were taking advantage of semesters abroad in Hong Kong China the region starting to explore like crazy. What was the moment when you decided to chase when ninety three? What was that light bulb moment? It was. It was somewhere around Azerbaijan Georgia Armenia trip that I took from China on one one of the holiday weeks that that China has an at that point I was had been to just about every country in Asia and and was loving it than in seeing the possibility awesome -bility of doing much more in learning learning about frequent flyer programs which was making some of these possible Places like the caucuses were connected to China. Southern routes in Chai from China and Could use my north west and then later when they became Delta Delta Miles on on these is trips so things that I thought were previously unattainable for time or cost reasons were suddenly feasible and and And I never I never had an interest to be a full time traveler even if I had unlimited resources for that I push myself very hard on trips. The I've I've taken several three week trips Only wash twice longer. Once a four week I think in the that was in Central and west Africa and a five week around the Pacific and I was so exhausted after three weeks of pushing myself that that is the the long term travel all thing wouldn't wouldn't fit for me and and professionally isn't isn't where my interest lies and and certainly not as it is where my marriage marriage would be taking me so the I like short intense trips. It but was there a day where you sat around and counted up the country's on the map happen you saw that you're at fifty or a hundred and then you read an article. What was that final? Push where you said okay. I've done this now. I can do that. There was more of a a different back back to that other by John. Looked at within. The cost was to get to Nakhichevan which is a separate part of other by John that on the Traveler Century Club list as a separate territory and it was it now? It's quite easy to visit in affordable all and more flights at that point it was it was looking that expensive and I decided I'm not going to get addicted to a crazy list like that and subsequently I've ended knocked divide and gotten addicted to that list but it was It wasn't it was it was Wasn't necessarily one day except perhaps perhaps when I got got to eat team more. So that was the last country in Asia that I hadn't been to and did say I went to to all this trouble to get east team or deal with Indonesian and flights which wonderful delightful country in many ways except traveling Logistically is Is One where a lot of things. Don't go to plan and and So once I got to East Timor as I'm going for the UN Stephan. You're last on counting countries actually November of twenty sixteen eighteen. And you're at one hundred eighty six countries at that point. But you didn't finish your you analyst until August of Twenty nineteen in for some travelers. That's a lifetime Some travelers as we know have done all one hundred ninety three during that same time period. So you took your time to finish off the last seven countries I want to focus on four of your final five two of them. I found pretty surprising in two. I didn't so your final countries was Italy. How did Italy early of all countries end up being one of your last countries? There were three that I was saving to the end of Italy Greece and Turkey and and Mainly not not so much animus. I'm really WANNA have a big party or something. It wasn't that it's it's I'm history is my favorite subject fascinated with ancient history. And all of those three are are are so special in central to to world history and world world civilizations that I wanted to to save them to really enjoy lavish in terms of time and and Destinations destinations trips to go. So that that was the original thinking and then What will get into why I got stuck on on a couple of others and so then finally I just? I just couldn't wait. These are wonderful places that I'll visit multiple times in my life but That that that roughly was the idea As well as the flip side is after seeing so many ancient Roman ruins in North Africa. That have this kind of thinking. Why should I go to Italy and see the crowds? But you know that's just that's just one of the ten thousand different things that are fantastic by deadly to to go see show as a history buff. You mentioned Italy Turkey Greece. What's a highlight for you? Visiting those countries by all of all of the above. I mean it's it's just incredible. How you You could pretty pick pick any point on the map and see multiple layers of of incredible history I mean what I. I walked off the plane Lina in Milan. I had booked the trip like a week before last minute and I can only get one one ticket to the last temptation Or the Last Supper or the last supper painting and and I had like an hour and fifteen minutes from touchdown in Milan Malpensa to to getting getting getting in the door picked up a rental car drove as far as I could into the city abandoned the car where other people were illegally. Ugly parks hopped on the subway and guide in and saw that and and So Italy I've really I've really just started. I've been a bit in the North's I've I've seen the Vatican again but I haven't properly visited row. I've been around Sicily different territories in. It's it's just pick your pick your time in history Greece more specifically the ancient In the ancient era I mean I just gets it gets incredible to. You're just driving down the road and you see the road sign Its Tab obeys in the ancient Also known as thieves. And now it's just a a scruffy scruffy town but just pull off the road and spend the night there because these names out of history are incredible and and the answer Turkey Turkey. I took a A road trip from von the famous Lake van in the Armenian Indian churches in the East and drove all the way across the country The the more or less southern route through the Kurdish areas than around the Jian coast and So many eras of history from the first Essentially I city of multi-level housing and that goes back back. Thousands of years all the way up to the modern times. I mean it's just I just couldn't i. I had take UNESCO sites off the list because there's only so many you you can see in a day it's It's incredible and Turkey actually. has this fantastic museum pass system where you can get the countrywide one or you can get one. That's for a week league or are some regional ones arrest Boland's and the prices are so low and every mega site in the countries included. It's it's not like many countries where the tour pass includes everything except the one really must see

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Joaquin Castro said he ignored requests to relinquish his phone to record video of detained migrants at border facility

All In with Chris Hayes

04:15 min | 1 year ago

Joaquin Castro said he ignored requests to relinquish his phone to record video of detained migrants at border facility

"Pediatrics released these pictures today drawings made by ten and eleven year old children in macallan recently released from customs and border protection custody depicting themselves behind bars and in cages we have almost no video oh what if like in these detention camps except for this which were shocked by texas democratic congressman joaquin castro who smuggled some sort of recording vice into a facility bility on monday as part of congressional delegation even though border patrol confiscated members phones schmidt castro joins me now why did you think it was important to defy their worst confiscate your phones to get a footage from inside because the country has to see what's being done in their name and also because i don't believe that the executive branch has authority to tell the legislative branch with oversight power over these federal federal agencies that we can't document what's going on inside side and we asked the border patrol chief and as an attorney that was their very specifically the site the law they were relying on to keep us from documenting what what's going on and they couldn't find a single law so at that point chris consider their request a courtesy and there's too much at stake for me to abide by courtesy at this point the funny show their shows women who have appear you know they're not they're obviously not young young children and their their their adult women 'em on the floor there in that sell it looks like a jail cell what's striking to me is what you guys saw they knew you were coming this is not a spot visit is that correct that's right but they didn't think we would get into that sell the reason that we got ended outsell is because alexandro cossio cortez insisted that she be able to talk to those women and basically you know you know push away in there and so when we got in there the women started telling us their stories some of them fifty days there in detention some separated from their kids some said they've not been given their medications the sink was not working there is no running water so when these women use the restroom there is no way for them to wash their hands so what we saw in that cell it's consistent with what the pediatricians have said about other facilities i also want next door and visited people at another facility there is a woman who is in the early stages of pregnancy an in that facility there is a sink was working there were paper cubs were being reused by the people in that sell a so these conditions are deplorable a human rights are being neglected and the president had this to say if illegal immigrants are unhappy with the conditions in the quickly built around fitted detention centers just tell them not to come all problem solve what do you think of that well a first these are mostly asylumseekers they have the legal right to petition for asylum in the united states just as anybody across the world has the right to do that in any nation and also it shows you that what we already know that the presidency's migrants as subhuman he dehumanizes them for political purposes and politically gain and there is reporting other supporting republican recover earlier in the week about a a facebook group with thousands of members in cbp that posted offensive racist sexist derogatory means i'm really some disturbing stuff on were reporting tonight from politico that actually dhs officials were alerted to this some admitted apparently anonymously the they had been monitoring it per quote intelligence and that this would do it was notified to see bp as far back as twenty sixteen which is under the obama administration administration what does that say to you about the culture of cb p c b p is broken and they have it culture problem at this point the bad has overtaken the good and there are good agents who were trying to do their best to take care of the people in their custody but they're overwhelmed by the system and they're also under cut by the kinds of agents who were making those violent vulgar comments and right now there is no system in place within cbp that can really hold agents accountable when they do wrong and that's what we're seeing is it these people continue

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California rethinks endorsement deals for college athletes

Drive Time Sports

05:29 min | 1 year ago

California rethinks endorsement deals for college athletes

"California is considering a passing a law that would allow college athletes to profit off of their likeness they're basically if a car dealer wanted to try to bring in a few more customers on a saturday they could pay zion williamson or insert college athlete here to come in sign autographs memorabilia dealers could give a football player x. number dollars to sign a bunch of balls and cards and jerseys as so that they can profit later but the young man or woman at the time would get financial compensation For us and how this affects us in our daily lives. this would mean the return of n._c. double a football and basketball on p._s. for xbox maybe nintendo switch i don't know which would be tremendous for all of us because n._c._w._a. football obviously was the big deal but i love playing basketball as much as i like playing the football game so all of those things would happen under california's new law well mark emmer te of the n._c. double a. has interceded in has or tried to intercede anyway and has said that he the n._c. double a. will bar california institutions from playing for national championships if this law were to pass because he considers it an unfair advantage for california teams to be able to say on a recruiting trip hey if you come to berkeley or you come to u._s._c. not only will you potentially compete for national championships and have all the the onfield success you can also sign little endorsement deals or get paid to show up to a car dealership or memorabilia dealers will pay you for your signature and i agree with mark emmer for once that is a competitive disadvantage that california is creating by doing this but i would argue that is a competitive disadvantage that mark is allowing to happen Because Mark Emmer and the NCWA continue to refuse the most obvious in simple way to end the discussion about paying players. in life it is about finding compromise right there is no compromise to the institutions in the n._c. double a. to outright pay players i think there's work study type of things that i think there exist under the current university model that could be directed toward sports and i think that that is a viable option colleges won't want to do that because they will have to pay all fifty three to sixty guys on their football team they will have to pay all of the volleyball players basketball players so i understand that that is why don't very much care what universities think i knowledge that that would not be in their best interest but it is not currently in college athletes best interest to not get any sort of compensation Shen. For what they are doing. i have befriended and known more than a few collegiate athletes and i have understood their schedules workouts in the morning class during the day practice and then either you work or you study and i would sure hope that many college athletes decide to use that time to study but in college they need money you know we talk about these great stores of these guys getting drafted and how they're going to help out their family guess what when they're in college they can't do that Maybe they get a scholarship to go to school. But their parents are still in the same financial situation. They were when they sent their kid to college. So can a basketball player football player. Get. money sent every month i was lucky i got care packages i got you know money wired to me i my parents spoiled me when i was in college they helped me out whenever i needed help but a lot of young men and women don't have that opportunity and if they're they're call their college education is tied to their -bility to play sport they have to treat both of those things with the most important and that doesn't leave much room to seek game full employment

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Japan's Abe heads to Iran in hopes to help ease tension

BBC World Service

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Japan's Abe heads to Iran in hopes to help ease tension

"Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Ave stunts the three day visit to Rome today as he aims to ease tensions between Iran and the United States, the relationship between Washington and Tehran, her Saad since president. Trump pulled out of Iran nuclear deal in which it agreed to curb its nuclear program in return for the lifting of sanctions. He's his own business reporter America or not exactly a regular trip, made by Japanese Prime minister. In fact, is the first visit by Japanese leader to run in over four decades, but Mr. Ave is in quad unique position because, of course, Japan is a US ally, but it's also managed to maintain close ties with Iran for some seventy years. And that's the case Japan really needs to rely on the Middle East for oil and it wants to see the -bility in the region. And until about twenty twelve Iran was one of the major suppliers, providing ten to fifteen percent, but that's when you assumptions started to tweeden in a fourth last month, Japan have to stop importing Iranian oil altogether in order to void US sanctions. But it's pushed for imports to continue and it wants to keep. The option of Iranian oil open in order to protect itself from possible disruptions in Saudi Arabian supplies, so missed. Obvious hoping to persuade Iran and the United States to resume direct talks possibly in a third country, and President Trump actually welcome dimissed Alba's help. But when he was in Tokyo last month, maybe just maybe Mr. Alba could invite the Iranian president of the G twenty summit in Japan at the end of June, for example, from Mr. Elvis point of view. He doesn't have a lot to lose because even if he's able to achieve a breakthrough he'll be seen as an international stays most seeking peace while if the trip is successful, it would make him look good ahead of the upper-house elections this

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Narendra Modi, Delhi And India discussed on BBC Newshour

BBC Newshour

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Narendra Modi, Delhi And India discussed on BBC Newshour

"The Indian prime minister Narendra Modi will be sworn in shortly along with his ministers in the capital, Delhi, and Barra, Senator John reports, Narendra Modi's wearing in ceremony in the court of the presidential palace will be attended by thousands of guests, including leaders of regional countries, Bollywood stars, and former cricketers India's arch-rival, Pakistan has not been invited Mr. Modise taking the oath as prime minister for a second consecutive term many members from his previous cabinet or likely to keep their place in the government, Mr. Modi's stunning victory has left the main opposition alliance in tatters, the leader of the congress party, Russell Gandhi has already offered to resign taking the sponsor -bility for the crushing

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Report Show PG&E To Blame For Deadly Camp Fire in California

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Report Show PG&E To Blame For Deadly Camp Fire in California

"Fire officials say power lines sparked the northern California campfire in paradise that killed eighty five people last year. The official report by Cal fire since the deadly plays was caused by the beleaguered utility for civic gas and electric Mike Muller is deputy director of Cal fire. Determined was power acquitted owned and operated by Jeannie that caused the fire PTA has previously acknowledged that it was probable cause of the fire. It's estimated the financial riot -bility could top thirty billion

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World Bank Contest Aims to Help 1 Billion People Who Lack Proof of Identification

The Indicator from Planet Money

07:25 min | 1 year ago

World Bank Contest Aims to Help 1 Billion People Who Lack Proof of Identification

"I'm joined today in the studio by daring woods and his excellent Kiwi. Accent Darren Horia get I might. Yeah. I'm having it up daring, you have brought us not just an indicator, but a whole story to go along with that indicator. That's right. Today's indicator is one billion, and that's the number of people who don't have any official identification. According to the World Bank, nearly one in seven people have no possible. No, driver's license. Not even a best ticket to one in seven people in the whole world. Don't have any kind of ide-, and this is serious problem. Right. It can stop them from getting public services like food vouchers or opening a Bank account. And that's what happens when the government in the country in which you live doesn't even register that you exist. Yeah. And it's something that the World Bank is especially concerned about and so you're at World Bank headquarters in April to witness exactly what the World Bank was trying to do to change that. I had to see it myself. I was hearing that global faceless organization was encouraging governments to keep. Of everybody say I needed to know. It sounds scary. When you put it that way, you know, like some kind of dystopia in vision, those concerns are actually legitimate, and we're gonna get into that in the shar, why bad idea designed can have deadly consequences, and we'll go to the World Bank to see what they're doing about it with the kind of shot tank style pitch contest. Support for this NPR podcast and the following message. Come from WordPress dot com with powerful site. Building tools and thousands of themes that us from users can launch site that's free to start with room to grow. Get fifteen percent off any new plan. Purchase at WordPress dot com slash indicator. Support also comes from Jimmy the regulated exchange making it easy to add bitcoin and other crypto currencies to your portfolio, protecting your investments with oversight and state of the art cybersecurity open a free account at Jim ni- dot com slash indicator. The idea came because I was actually at a meeting that we had internally. And I heard somebody else talk about an innovation challenge for a country that they were doing and I was thinking. We should think about doing something like that for that. Is why John D Desai, and it is her job to help places countries that want to build a good identification system for their citizens. She works at the World Bank. Would it be fit? Assay? Your job is to get a billion people. And I do know. So what we've been doing is supporting countries on their journey. There's a reason she's committed to this by Johnny says that the costs of not having an ID ends up hitting low income people the worst, even in the low income countries. It's the bottom twenty percent of the population. The poorest twenty percent off of the one billion people without any form of ID come from just five countries, India, Pakistan, bungalow dish, if yo- Pia and Nigeria for jumpy says getting an ID can really improve someone's life if done right? So whether it's being able to open up Bank account, or when you think about government. And they -bility for them to really deploy services making sure that they're the actual recipients of let's say cash subsidies, opening a Bank account in of itself is one thing. But it's also a gateway for a number of things like savings, and and greater empowerment and other things too. Not just banking. There's also voting healthcare government handouts, even getting a phone connection. All these things are really hard to do if you don't have an ID. Now, there's a few reasons why people tend not to have an ID first. There's the cost creating in maintaining national identity database is a really expensive business. India, for example, has been rolling out a huge idea programme since two thousand and nine it's called odd Har it's a twelve digit number tied to your fingerprint or to your IRA scan kind of like a social security number that recognizes your body or your iris. It's it's a little creepy over one point two billion people in India have an odd har- number. They use it for. Food subsidies for voting basically for participating in Indian society and to run this program. It is cost Indian government the equivalent of more than one and a half billion US dollars. And there's a couple of other reasons why so many people don't have ID, for example, women Bod from applying ideas themselves countries, like Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Benin, and then this trust some people don't want the government tracking them nothing for good reason. Yeah. Dentist is a really controversial area in part because it gives government so much control over what they know about their citizens. We need to build trust in the system. We don't want forms of ide- that can be harmful. It's not as simple as just giving every on a digital ID by jonky had a deep a- problem. How do you really leverage technology to solve some of these problems like lack of identification? But while also mitigating against. Some of the potential risks like on privacy and data protection. So to get the best ideas to support countries in building their identification systems. But Johnny set up this Silicon Valley like pitch contests and called it. Mission billion contestants from all over the globe came to World Bank headquarters in Washington DC in mid April to pitch their ideas in a PECS room over one hundred people somewhere hits it to listen in different languages, the momentum around this issue is utilize. These is an issue that arrived among the entries a way of securely sharing your address online number one question. What is endless? There was a web based platform that lets you take control of daughters used. Is yours forever. And those even a game called idee land one of the finalists. Toby Norman set off to the side. He was getting ready to pitch his idea to solve the trust problem. Give it pre pitch ritual. I usually try and take four really really Debretts big as I can go Norman, Ryan's nonprofit called sim prince simp- rinse makes fingerprint scanners to register people like for health services, and when he was trying to roll out this system simp- Ren's in Bangladesh, he hit a snag. How do you actually get genuine form consent from someone who said maybe three to five years of education in their entire lines? And Toby made it into the final six for this World Bank contest. So next up. We're going to have Toby Norman as our second finalist pitching today. Welcome Toby on the stage, Toby explained how he and his team came up with a tool to use audio recordings of trusted local leaders to ask for consent. We've worked with human rights lawyers from the university of Oxford to design a layered consent approach repropose embedding layered and after all six pitches. Lavina is simply

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Disney is going to take over Hulu. Now what?

The 3:59

04:22 min | 1 year ago

Disney is going to take over Hulu. Now what?

"The. Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm offering. I'm Joanie Sossamon doesn't Comcast come to an agreement where Disney will become full owner of Hulu and have complete control essentially, immediately your favorite. Comcast own shows will still be on Hulu until late twenty twenty four by twenty twenty NBC will be able to post on their shows and by twenty twenty two they'll be able to cancel most of its agreements for Hulu Joan how big is this. Well, when they want to clarify that they won't be able to pull anything you said like within a year, the local we'll be pulling anything from Hulu what they will have is the ability to stuff that was exclusive for Hulu. They'll be able to also stream it on their forthcoming streaming service at their themselves. So nothing's leaving who that it already has B C or any properties. Bravo Universal Studios. None of that's leaving until for like three years. But it's interesting in the sense that it's the first time in the entire history of Hulu, which has been around. It's one of the earliest streaming services on next ATV streaming services. It's the first time it's. Ever been owned by one company? And so it'll be interesting when it's not being run by three or more companies that are all competitors with each other. Do you think that this was an evidence -bility for Hulu that it was owned by so many different companies that eventually one would just take it over a completely? It wasn't enough ability for many many years many years there was there a couple times where the the most of whose life it was owned by NBC, which is Comcast Disney, which is ABC and the other one that I can't think of why can I think of FOX, of course, FOX. So is this a good time to get Lou membership now, or do you think people should be holding out? You know, there's got Disney plus coming out soon BC's having their own streaming service. Does it make sense to even get Hulu? No. Yeah. I mean, like there's a possibility that when Disney launches Disney plus in November that they'll be the opportunity to have like a bundle discount. If you get both who and see plus they've said they wanted to do it. But up until this point Disney said we can't unilaterally make decision because we're not the only owners of can now they are the only owners though, so up next San Francisco could be the first city to ban facial recognition being used by city agencies. It's going to vote today as more issues surrounding facial recognition continue to surface now just to make this clear that doesn't mean that stores or any businesses would not be able to use facial recognition because this law would only really apply to city government. So, you know, the police potentially schools city hall or anything like that. Does he go to San Francisco? You can still be have facial recognition happen. Yes. It's not when you're like on public property. So you still wanna pack your face masks going. Obviously this privacy concerns civil liberty. Complains and technology issues facial recognition. It's not completely accurate there's racial buys gender buys and things like that. And they're not the only city thinking about doing this Somerville. Massachusetts is also looking into a complete ban on facial recognition. Yeah. I mean, do you have any thoughts? I mean, it's nice to have places carved out where you know, your face is safe from being wreck. Yes, there's there's no loss on it. Yeah. All of this is being done. And there are literally no rules on how it can be used. So this would actually be a first, right? And finally, if you use what's app, you should update it immediately the messaging service, which is owned by Facebook has really good security features due to its encryption. But it's not impervious. There was Mauer developed by an Israeli company called the group which used it to install spyware on people's devices through just a phone call, which blows my mind. So basically, they all they had to do is call you have to pick it up either. You could like reject it. You didn't have to anything in that call itself, put them our? Yeah. It's yeah. So it was like basically had no click or interaction needed type of Mao. Ray? Right. The financial times reported this first and that it was used on a UK human rights lawyer. As you know, always good stuff going on there when you're targeting people, fighting human rights Facebook said they released an update for this. So like, I said if you use what's app you shoulda update immediately. Literally what I'm doing right? That's all the time. We have for the show today. I'm Alfred Johnny Saltzman. Thanks for listening.

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How To Find Summer Internships

The Follow UP Podcast

02:54 min | 1 year ago

How To Find Summer Internships

"This episode. I'm going to be talking with you a little bit about summer, internships. And how you should approach summer, internships, if you are currently a college student, so as a college student, of course, you're there to learn about, you know, careers and your future is basically getting you ready for what you're about to do after college. Now, a lotta times, I think at least for my experience that a lot of people make that mistake of thinking that summer is opportunity to just go have fun. It's it's break from fallen spring. But I wanna make sure you understand something that the time that you spend in college is going to be the time of expiration, and you having the excessive -bility to abundance of resources, I mean resources upon resource. Verses. So as you're thinking about your summer, you're planning things I would highly recommend you reach out to your career services office, first and foremost accident on what types of summer, internships. Do they have available that's aligned with your particular subject or major whatever you're interested in most also reach out to some of your professors, you'd be surprised of the professors, and who they know within the community or even in places that may not be local, but it may be in another state, and maybe you could do something working remotely as we are moving deeper into the twenty first century, a remote working excuse me, up remote jobs that you can work are becoming more and more Bundit. So be sure look at remote jobs, not just part time jobs or internships because of remote part time job is. Something that you can look at as just like an internship. There's really no difference internship is basically a job. However, typically, you are not going to be compensated. Typically, some internships do compensate you. But that's you just have to find those particular ones. So as you're thinking about your summer, be sure to make sure you're trying to gather as much knowledge and experience and understand that this time in college is not a time to just play in half fun. Yes. You wanna socialize? You wanna hang out with your friends go on a trip? Whatever the case may be. But also, be sure to get some knowledge and experience on your belt with an internship or even a part time job because I promise you when you are done with your college experience, you're going to be looking for work and people are going to look at what you've done, and if you have not done anything are don't have the experience already under your belt that can hinder you from. Possible opportunities in the

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As China Trade Talks Stall, Xi Faces a Dilemma: Fold? Or Double Down?

Ben Shapiro

02:32 min | 1 year ago

As China Trade Talks Stall, Xi Faces a Dilemma: Fold? Or Double Down?

"So the Chinese are being pushed by President Trump. And now the question becomes are they going to fold and do the right thing? Or are they going to double down? And are we going to trade war? Then you're at times reports that now president, gee is facing a dilemma should he fold or should he double down? And this is where the good side of President Trump's push could be right. If you were using the leverage point and not as natural policy case for that. Here's your time says as Chinese and American officials to reach a trade deal. President Johnson ping faces a painful possibly damaging choice to try to protect his or of in Zometa -bility or retreat after President Trump accused China of reneging on the terms of a draft agreement and threatened to raise tariffs the stakes rose sharply for the Chinese leader this week after Mr. Trump and his chief Trade Representative Robert lighthizer publicly accused China of backing down on commitments the sticking point appeared to be late decision by Mr. g reject Americans man's that trying to change was constraining American businesses when from onto Twitter to complain. It was. A public rebuke. The put g in a tight spot. She is China's most powerful leader in decades. He guards his images of visionary statesman guiding his country greatness, China's relationship of the United States is it's most important relationship. If ties between the countries are mismanage that could damage China's economy and tarnish, she's image trade talks just last week close to fruition have abruptly become a flash point in the rocky relationship g now faces questions at home over whether he miscalculated from resolve domestic rumblings could grow if the United States forces you to make concessions or if the talks break down, according to Paul Henley, a former Trenin director on the national Security Council who now runs the Carnegie Shinwa center for global policy in Beijing z. She is walking tight rope. His going to be the one that has to make the most concessions, and that makes us all the more difficult for him. On Thursday short shortly before the trade talks set to resume, of course, North Korea shot a short range missiles United States have been pushing China to get involved. Even if the timing of launches a coincidence, perhaps that puts pressure on the United States to point out that that China needs to be a partner. Leo, he is China's chief negotiator. He said, quote, I come bearing sincerity hoping the current special circumstances till the reason Frank exchange views with the US side. China believes that increasing tariffs will it solve problems won't benefit China or the United States, nor will benefit the global economy. China had been willing to protect intellectual property and open its markets to American business. But the Trump administration wanted the agreements specify that some of those changes actually be made in Chinese law. Apparently China didn't want to do that they wanted to make an informal policy and Trump was saying no, you need to change your law. So that formerly you cannot renege on this agreement.

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Understanding the Needs of Low-Income Consumers in Emerging Markets

Knowledge@Wharton

08:21 min | 1 year ago

Understanding the Needs of Low-Income Consumers in Emerging Markets

"My presence here is to launch would use Dent's. You know, our third case study together as you remember, you know, this is third case. The following the first one. On Uganda with vanilla and the second one that was mainly understanding the consumer needs in India and the key theme across the three case. Studies is mainly understanding better. The needs of low income consumers in emerging markets in order to tackle them with serious business opportunities. So my primary objective is launching this third case study that is all about, you know, the new sanitation approach the second key priority for me is to engage your students with our inclusive capitalism. Business model we believe in this inclusive capitalist business model we feel it's very relevant for the twenty first century. And that's why I will take this opportunity to promote this inclusive capitalism. Business model with your students because the way. Look at your students. Unity's will be the future CFO's of the global corporations. Your water is very well renowned for its capabilities and its lead in finance. And you know, I am Suming that, you know, most of these future leaders, you know, will end up being the CFO's of the global corporations and the third key objective for me is to showcase how businesses could leverage their knowledge and uniform at Firminy our science in all the to address key societal challenges and save lives. So these would be my three key objectives in my dress with your team this afternoon. I mean from my students perspective is really very important that we don't just analyze one case that you mentioned the three case that is because they give a continuity a better understanding of transformation. Fewer manage has been going. For a number of years and in the process, really not only just developing. Let's call the new business models or entering new markets. But creating new industries, and this what I think is very important. I appreciate your appreciation for the financial knowledge to the students will get here. But I hope the more they get exposed to this real life things that they will in the sand that traditional ways of over emphasizing the financial aspect of the operations has to be in reached by by something more that also provides the -bility for the company to engage as you said, you know, inclusive capitalism is a broader topic for discussion. You are in a unique position. I mean as a person very successful businessperson coming from publicly traded company now working. With the family owned company. What is your experience, and what are the key advantages? This kind of ownership provides four in a sense of repositioning the company in be what it is. Now, really one of the leaders in this new understanding of capitalism and marketing Konami should. Yep. You're right. You know, I think the fact that I worked for twenty one years for Republic to company that is the Jude word alcohol in the world leader in beverage alcohol. And now, I've been the CEO firm niche for almost five years it gives me a completely different perspective. Because then I have the to see the business to consumer. And now, it's the B two B business to business and at the same time the fact that, you know, working for publicly quoted companies and working for private companies. I think the advantage of Firminy is. We have the governors of a publicly quoted company while being private company. So we combine the best of both words the rigor an accountability of publicly quoted companies with a passion and medium to long-term vision of private companies. And I think this combination is very powerful, and is enabling us to stand out as leaders in our industry. I mean when we were working on the first case study in India, and how you engage low income consumers. What was very fascinating for my students was to understand that in the process, you're basically creating drops for young people in India in also with all your expertise in emerging economies. You also Bill very strong partnership with the local NGOs. So that your engagement reflect the reality. On the ground. So to what extent this issue of drop creation as an important part of your overall strategy when you engage in emerging economies. This is critical and it goes back to role of business in what is the role of business? The role of business is create jobs uncover opportunity through innovation and create new consumption occasions and at the same time pay taxes and the job creation is critical because this is how you're offering Oprah -tunities for youth in these markets and giving them springboard to a better life, especially if they are coming from emerging markets, and in the context of drop creation and leadership. I argue is also I think very important issues of woman particularly girl empowerment, what is your experience in that space, and what other companies can learn from that. Our experience on women empowerment and equality is huge would say because it touches every facet of our business. Not only internally with firm nation, but also with our suppliers, and I will take some time to share with you our inroads in this space. Now when you look at my executive comedy the team that runs furnished globally one third of my executive committee are female and three ladies on. My executive have been appointed by me since I took over I can tell you. My exac today where I have eight colleagues, you know, with having three female colleagues have is far more impactful and effective than it were done. This exact was in the past, and it's not only gender diversity because I have three out of eight female, but more. Most importantly, I have seven different nationalities on my exac. So they bring a completely different perspective, and they make the discussion far richer more inclusive and more complete and it is reflected in the impact of the business at the same time. Internally forty percent of our leadership team across the company are women and forty percent of our employee base are women, which means that our women colleagues are very well represented in the leadership of the company most importantly firmly. She was the first company in our industry and one of only seven companies in the world to receive last year in twenty eight equal gender certification globally. So and this from edge, and you have only seven companies in the world that received this equal gender certification. This is not easy. This is an equal employer gender certification globally because we are operating in one hundred countries we have sixty three feels we are thirty

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Bangladesh braces for Cyclone Fani, UN moves to protect vulnerable refugees

UN News

03:08 min | 1 year ago

Bangladesh braces for Cyclone Fani, UN moves to protect vulnerable refugees

"This is an car move with you and use U N staff in Cox's Bazar are monitoring cyclone fannies movements very closely for any potential impact on what is the world's largest refugee camp agency said on Friday, the cyclonic storm made landfall close to Perry in eastern India, and it's expected to reach the south western part of Bangladesh during Friday night, the UN refugee agency, UNHCR and international organization for migration IM are taking measures to ensure the protection of families during the expected. Heavy rains in strong winds. There are more than nine hundred thousand Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. Most of whom fled me and mar into thousand seventeen IOM deputy chief of mission in Bangladesh. Meanwhile, politer spoke to you and uses of Shandor swabs by phone from Cox bizarre. The preparation for the cyclone is the continuous prose bundle of stuffers to cyclonic season every year. And so we continue every baby efforts to create enough. Preparedness these cyclone that is now over over in in Bangladesh as the scores speedy that some basic preparations from our side, we have been focusing the last week under coordination mechanisms, but also on the pre-positioning of relief items inside the camps that these two utions and support the refugee pin mate and be they fast him. But also and other scene we have done UNHCR in Iowa over the last week at accelerated, visions of tie-down keeps between sure that the roof of the shelters of the refugees has much more capacity to resist heavy rain in heavy wings over the coming season. And specifically over wants to avoid at all cost any loss of life. Can you tell me why these work is important what are vulnerable Bility's of the camp that make it so so crucial? Well, this being one of the biggest if not the biggest thing for refugee camps in the world, and they out of an operation that he's quite young two years. The other live into the Mark of two years. The needs are still very big in terms of basic services. So there has not been the opportunity of resources to build concrete. If I commissioned shelters. So all the effort that you have been doing Easter guaranteed the minimum displacements possible at the highest security level for the families. These by down teeth and other reinforcements that's have been done in the shelters. We allow them to have a stronger resistance to the wings all of them on soon in over over of tycoon. But also through the heavy rain. If we arrived to a situation of extreme danger other measures of temporary relocation, we'll be identified together with the government of Uglevic. That's how being very proactive to guarantee the safety institute of the refugees.

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"bility" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr

Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"bility" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr

"Crazy that nonstop uncomfortable. -bility was had right. Am I saying too far away myself? I'm talking about like are my hands in the right place that might closed at hugged a person we're most boop when I hugged her. I hope not constant thing that goes on your head. I think that's good. I realize all the things I love to do or solitude like fishing fishermen paddleboard like way the fuck out of shot. No, no. I mean, if I saw one I'd be immediately afraid of at that shark, but I don't see them. I just kind of block it out. But in Santa Monica bay was like no sharks because it's too many dolphins. Dolphins beat up sharks. Did you know that bay form a circle will they just during a group? Sharks are affects predators hunt alone and dolphins. Always like in pods. Thirty and they can talk talk. Hey Catalina dolphins little backup. We got a mouthy. Great white over here. It's like, you know, what the reason apex predators? I don't take any chances. I'm fucking get out here. Cool. I'm going to San Francisco where they shoot Nash bridges. Drowning the move or directing that you wrote? I was so impressed with the script. How I'm never understand how somebody. Can get an entire world out onto the page and super broad feeling. I'm sharing with you. Try to narrow it down to the other end of the funnel to specific question. So the kernel of the idea where you start writing becomes this world where there's all these different characters different personalities different sets insides outsides, different weather's different things are happening. What was the germ of the idea for trouncing where you had to get it out and get the story out? I was in Idaho. Dana film, Albert was drifting producer outburst. See age is you talk. People here having a good time. And I was with my daughter came to visit Joanna Joanna from college and from college I went, but yet, and we went in the pool, and we weren't getting along new ad in the pool. And I was trying to think of things to do and the water was very pretty decided to concentrate on the water, and I was kicking. So I thought oh I'll film this kicking. And she said, what are you doing on? My god. My what are you doing? This. I'm I'm starting my new film. It's called drowning. Start out spike townie, are you filming your own legs? Yes. I am look drowning. Did you come up with the name drowning on the spot on the spot? I don't know what put in sounds like it was almost learning was combined combative at that. I could be like, oh, you wanna coke, and it would have been competitive at that point could become also anything combative competitively battle. Yeah. Okay. So. So I. It just happened. And then did you have the idea for the movie or were you just filming? It was pretty watching your legs in the water..

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"bility" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"bility" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"But if other people can just download a companion app and start using their phone and all these phones now have pretty decent AAAR pass through Bility's in world tracking inside out world trucking Bility's you can let them pure into your VR spaces. So it's right in line with what can be labs was doing what they're mixed rowdy stuff before they're about by Google and make sense that they'd be continuing after even because creed I've not played creed from Cervo boxing game. Very good. Is a good. It's interesting I will have it's worth checking out. Yeah, I would recommend that. And then. Oculus has now finally released dash t point, oh, core out of beta out of beta, the whole revamp. This is the their launcher essentially lets you have space to walk in and eventually people hopefully join in that space, but you can decorated out right now. They're not letting you Halloween decorations and and now that is more stable and you should download it if you're on the acquis platform. German. I played on the go recently cloud lands mini Gulf on the go four player. If you guys have Oculus co, we can all jump in and place a mini golf and and play. Some putt putt in three off. I don't think you know this about me, but I placed ninth in a ten thousand dollar mini golf tournament once that zero dollars and some shame way who fifth places in the winning ten thousand people, two thousand dollars. It was a top three mo- that's the big purse. Yeah, that's a lot. Yeah. Could winnings then going back to leap conference leap con, the big hardware announcements for the product announces for com- it's notable ones is that early next year they're hoping to control support, which I think is a big deal because while they do have six controller, having a second hand, they use magnetic tracking which like the Razer hydra our the stem system. If get that working two hands and six off while not perfect hand presence is gonna at least love more interactions are important turns out, well, those do hand tracking and the the doctor boards has hand -tracting for fields like your head out there. You can like swat the enemies and you know, blow up the rockets but buttons to two hands with touch pads and buttons. I think allows Bennett's better interaction seems important from is that if that's not the standard, then people won't develop for that standard and I need to ship with, I think it safe. At this point to -ssume that whatever the final consumer version of that devices is the standard not, but the gets are. Yes, yes. And then which is the funny thing about this conference because they rolled out sixteen different experiences and companies working, including with a poor experience. Two board roasting on this upward grossly, I didn't actually get to try, but these sound like consumer facing things or people that things that you'd want their play, but there for the however many thousands of developers right now who have these headsets. So I don't know if need to be polished. I mean, but I'm glad that they're putting the resources in from the from the early days of VR development. It's really good to have demo experiences that people have the headsets contri-. I mean, that was the big difference between the Oculus launch and the vibe launch on the vibe, launch valve handed out keys, and you got tilt brush and job the first level of job simulator and fantastic contraption. So people had tengible gameplay experiences for the the user experience for that stuff versus Oculus onto where they headed a lotta headsets. But there wasn't a lot of sample code or sample applications and and not until the second touch control exactly learn and the touch control. Were much Dhillon was much better. The US was much better for the users. So like I think it's good that even though this is a little bit weird for kit, I think it's good that that magically doing it. Awesome. All right. And that does it for this week's episode will thank you so much for joining course anything new in your world you wanna share. I mean, we were still making cartoons with the are. That's pretty much play play games on twitch. You had an awesome visit to Taj Mahal check out the Twitter moment about it. You know the jumping into the canyon adjacent to the Grand Canyon was my was my more favorite. I do that my fiftieth birthday few weeks ago was a lot of fun..

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"bility" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"bility" Discussed on Forever35

"Emails, your telepathic messages. We answer them to the best of our Bility's. Yes. And remember sometimes we're experts and sometimes that's true. Dorey I wanted to mention before we get started that we received many recommendations for KP after our latte. Mini episode which stands for again, carrot toasts polarity, hilarious. And they wrote into recommend AM lacked in capital a. m. capital l. a. t. I n. an over the counter formerly prescription cream. I have heard great things about 'em Lockton. The only thing I have. To check now is a fit is pregnancy safe? I did not Google that before I got here. I don't remember off the top of my head if lactic acid is okay for pregnancy, so I will have to check out interesting. My head a few few people right in that was like, I don't. I'd have the solution very confident and the power of 'em Lockton you know, I will say that my bumps had they got better after I moved to LA. Oh, so that's the trick. And I don't know what it is. Exactly. I don't know if it's sun dry. It's drier heat. I don't know if it's not being, you know, when you live in New York and you can't control the heat in your apartment and it's so hot. I do know that I think that is really bad for skin, so that probably wasn't good. So I don't know. I still have them, but they are a lot better than they used to be and I'm not doing anything. I think it's just the climate here so far. We've heard coconut. Toil. Collagen an AM lacked in. I am going to. I'm going to look 'em Lockton and then if it is pregnancy safe, I'm going to it. Thank you callers. Thank you listeners and writers for that hot tip. So many people hot Tippin KP I had no idea. I've never. It's pretty common. Sounds like it is. Yeah. We also received a voicemail from a listener that I thought we could play. Do it kind of about some stuff that we discussed in a recent episode gory. This is Jeff calling Minneapolis and. Nervous. Voicemail. I listening currently to last week's episode and you guys are talking about morning sickness and early pregnancy Wome's and I just want to say thank you so much for speaking, so frankly, about how miserable it can be because I do totally feel like there's so much pressure to not complain because you're supposed to be grateful. And I think that it's totally possible to feel equally grateful and miserable. At the same time, my son is now a little over a year. We're kind of starting to talk about growing our family again. And I, I feel. Like pre miserable, like just kind of dreading the just the awfulness of the first trimester. And so I just wanted to say thank you so much for for talking openly about it and sharing your experience, and you know normalizing. The, it's not all great.

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"bility" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"bility" Discussed on Critical Role

"I know because if you're Bility's, if we can draw more of them outside, we will stand better chats. We will have more power than you had last time. Which is going to watch. We're going to see what it's like at night. So then if we have to come back tomorrow night will know what to expect. More guards at night. We don't know that could have six more due to come up there at night. Let's go, we're wasting time. Just talk. Go look. Okay. So you had straight at the summer nest. All right. So. Over the next couple of hours you make your way scooting as opposed to the more southern direction you're traveling heading eastward. Carefully making your way on the outskirts of the northern side clover. Shitty creek run. I enjoyed them mixed checks. Disadvantage for you. And fortunately. I flatly asked before maybe just give us give us around this time just in case just one. I wanna talk to a couple trees and see if AB. Alright, just giving us a little passage. Okay. Okay. Bowl, wisdom check right? Visit saver. Wisdom. Check wisdom check. All right. Twenty one. Kind of bend in quiet, replacing.

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"bility" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

LA Talk Radio Channel 1

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"bility" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

"He just always believed that i could do anything i put my mind to oh i guess i've been blessed with bility to succeed in a lot of different areas you know anything i put my mind to basically but he saw he saw something he just saw something in me and just and he loved when i would sing for him so he just said keep pursuing it don't ever let it go and i just wish he was here now for c what i'm doing with it with them but if you are i don't know if you're a religious person but if you are they say that that you know that your your loved ones can see you up in heaven so if that's true then he is seeing you so kind of take comfort at night if that's what you believe that that is fantastic he would be so psyched right now to see what you're saying oh my so that's let's show the people a little sample of what you have done now you have you just as i said earlier you just tape you'd your album this year in january and why don't you tell us because we're gonna play one of the songs from your album i have personally listened to all the songs and they are fantastic and i you know everybody knows i've gotta cut your music fan but i love these these are good now i told you earlier my favorite one on the album is too many mondays not enough saturday nights that song is so hot for me i love it it is so all my god i you know i put it on my playlist and i don't do that i don't put everybody song that i interview as a guest on my playlist one other time and that's it it's like our country our total i'm pop i am a pop fanatic so for me to put a country song on there now that says something everybody has the check out all of the songs would now i assume they're on i tunes worker we buy box tunes amazon spotify google play i mean think is like thirty five different online retailers anywhere they could just pull up their preferred site but like i am.

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"bility" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"bility" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Have comfort bility with that dividend that could perhaps even increase it a little bit more depending on how casual positive they are sales have increased six point eight percent or the industry was up forty nine point nine percent and or last twelve months sales were up three point nine percent while the industry was up twenty six point seven percent ari fleischer over the last twelve months don't know how this occurred but it was down six point nine percent while the industry dropped eighty four point three percent i must say the industry average numbers here quite an ordinary i guess it's kind of very rare to see this kind of discrepancy between all these numbers i would want to take a closer look at what industry they're in kind of what companies are in that industry we look at the balance sheet current ratio two point oh nine they had liquidity but i will point out the quick ratio just point six that means they have a ton of inventory on the balance sheet i don't like when companies have a lot of interest it's not the most liquid type of cart asset i like more cash accounts receivable much more favorable and then if we look at the total debts equity this is a big concern for me three hundred and fifty four point six percent on the de cream and that is just outrageous got understand why they have so much debt on the balance sheet are they paying that debt down or have they acquired a lot of debt as of late then return on capital nine point eight i like to see that above ten so pretty close to that level and then return on equity very positive at forty four point eight oftentimes i wonder if they've been buying back stocks i have seen that before where companies have leveraged up the debt and then return on edge is very high because they've bought back stocks would want understand that an income aftertax profit margin bear favorable nine.

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"bility" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"bility" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Thanks for having me glad to be on okay so let's let's just place into context the process and the circumstances of what leads to the takeover and we're talking about the state takeover of a local school district in general what's the process and what are the circumstances that lend us to that situation yeah so there have been different interational of of state takeover but the the policy of a state takeover really emerges in the nineteen eighties and they late nineteen eighties out of this kind of town of bility kind of reform movement based on the idea that schools that are not doing well not performing well academically or have finance who issues need to be taken over by the state governments in order to a produce better educational outcomes and have better management of the schools financially and otherwise and so this is happens starts to happen in nineteen eighties by nineteen ninety two thousand picks up and currently they're still there's kind of a a different type of takeover that we are starting to see happen now with places like new orleans and tennessee and so forth we can talk about that great length at later on but that's what we start to see happen and so again it's a it's an initiative intervention based on the idea that the school districts are not doing what they need to be doing and producing the adequate education for for their students because it feels like there are a couple of different eras in which the takeovers operate in in.

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"bility" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"bility" Discussed on What's Good Games

"This is certainly a lot for us to discuss tom thank you so much for this fantastic topic this is definitely something i think all of us gamers think about especially if you're over the age of twenty five in you're out of college and you have job or you have kids and we're sponsored bility's of being an adult or like certain away on you and you're like do i can i continue to do this steiner what about you how do you feel do you think that you are just as avid as a gamer today as you were ten years ago when i percent not even like most of that i don't have as much time as i wanted but i remember even my early days that i g n which was not ten years ago but also not yesterday i would just go all i did was play games at that time in my life like i would just i would just go home and play video games and i had literally no other hobbies so i think what's changed for me is like as i've grown up i've i'm trying to broaden my horizons and not just play video games so it's not that i love video games less that i'm trying to do more with my time and there's just only so much of it that you have so i think that's a lot of it and i think go out of it too is like video games are a interactive hobby whereas it's a lot easier if you're tired or if you're sick just watch tv show or movie or whatever to do anything like i've been sick i could've played god of war today but i just didn't have the energy to really put into it so i think it's things like that as you get older i mean when i was younger i give shit i'd say up to like two in the morning playing a game and then go to.

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"bility" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"bility" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Yeah and i looked to four controllers well but i like the choice con sometimes it's like i think i'd rather play this on these really his title by title share and that's the thing is i think it's case by case i also tend to buy multiplayer couch cooper competitive games on switch sure because because it's somehow seems to be easier to get people if you hand someone a ps four controller somebody aren't a tiny little joy con it is deliberately unintimidated i mean not to mention the amount of times i've been out with my switch and it's turned into that commercial where it's like oh cool you pop off the joy let's play mario car right now let's just screw around karen it all up right house and it's great that there were with the engine we bought the launch streetfighter game which is just a streetfighter port mostly with some pretty graphics but it does have the ability to go to on one versus the played that yeah just like it's three fighters street fighter game you and another person share life bar against the against the it's really play it together so i hope that sushi question i think all the answer subjective but for me it it has it's mostly about porta bility squat up squad up front over splice squad up i'm single father two boys and i work overnight so i can't get out much i only have eight friends on none of which are active could use some kind of funny best friends to game with if anybody would like to squat up with me on playstation i've been planning monster hundred of late x for all you do kinda funny once again that's over spliced so go get him squad at play some games that's right one of them rotating segments so jared you're in town i am you're here on the show i am here on the show are you prepared to get salty because that was a long time ago something submitted my friend i am prepared.

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"bility" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"bility" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"Sure and how did you how was the atmosphere romantic concert did was it was in the air was it did it did it did it tip over into nasty or did it stay did it stay thank at all thank wasn't it was not very stink it was it was a it was a concert featuring a lot of indie rockers typically not known for their rights and shrek and it was the oriented around a single grand piano which again doesn't really there's not a lot of like taboo rhythms go along with like you know being bone being mobile and every year at carnival they roll out roll out the grand piano on that float yeah and have like eleven people that don't normally play the piano now sit and try and make some funky music on it but but it was you know it was heartfelt and there was a lot of gulnara bility and that's what people want now in romance sure they don't want you want to crawl real raw they don't wanna get rod dog from top daddy that's right i mean but but not like grinding on them right it wants you to get inside their little hard and mirror make it all sad in there and got to make an all sad and there so that's what i'm pretty good at filling film people up with your sadness i do i mean you know filling them softly with my song what she's a song of set of sorrow.

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"bility" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

The mindbodygreen Podcast

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"bility" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

"We just can't come to that conclusion it's terrible having most people those same people know shuckers yet terrible so beverages we could go with non alcoholic beverages and then we can get my over to the funds stuff well you know there's so many drink coffee or tea energy drinks like coffee year louder winner about what i wanna know because every every chapter in the birth has here's what you can eat and here's what you should avoid because people don't like if you're gonna eat beverages which won if you're gonna sugars which ones yard vegetables which are the best so i go through all that in the book but the the the thing is pretty simple you want to stay away from all these sure economics monsters energy drinks um sports drinks sweetened tease i mean you can have seventy rams of sugar which is like ju folks in our coffee that you buy starbucks sir it's a in a motor frap or whatever you know just get the coffee block right and so then then the question is what else to water what kind of water crank has most waters contaminated so filtered water ideally many take minerals versus most this is my favorite um but that's important drink clean pure water not from plastic boss second is you know green tea coffee coffee is the biggest source of any oxidants the american diet and it's not a good thing because it means running vegetables but it's not a terrible food and if you don't have jeans and make it so that you get anxiety or to bility's sonera publications is probably okay um and and islamic state on it but i think it's fine if you tolerate well and i think uh you know you can flavor your tease with herbs and have colour motif preliminanry on macho which is all the rage these days much attiya yacht limit itself it's like it's like the site the corvette or the the ferrari of of green tea's basically it'll it'll jack up your system so high what about collagen everything.

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"bility" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"bility" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Bility if he knows how to the fire alarm or set afire on the outside of the building they didn't even if they can't get inside the building said to pull the fire alarm he could have gotten somebody to do it for him or he could have just start a fire outside the building thereby would exit at the building in any way and then gallery and and that's part of my concern is if if if someone has the intent to assault to school to go after a school they're going to that's just the way it is and i don't think we can armor uh what do you call it arm of fathers not a word i don't think we make it tough enough to keep him out yet but i mean i think that people need to be armed though that i don't know who's got wet you gotta man this is yellowhammer news i'm andrea thais more details emerge about the life of the florida high school shooter leading up to his heinous crime this past wednesday local police were called to the homeward nicholas crews lived in parkland florida thirty six times over the course of six years the nature of those police visits were due to erratic or violent behavior cruz was living at that time with his mother and brother crews and his brother both suffer from multiple mental health issues crews ended his mental health treatments a year ago police reports include descriptions of the two boys as out of control argumented and running away from home you as attorney general jeff sessions spoke about keeping guns out of the hands of those who are mentally ill just a day after the florida high school shooting uh today rematch we're fish morning our office of illegal pot leslie on to work with our partners at health and human services the department of education across this administration to study the intersection of mental health in criminality and violence and to identify weekends how we can stop people before these heinous crimes occur it's just too often the case that the perpetrators have given signals in advance we've had advanced indications and perhaps we haven't been effective enough in intervening immediately sessions addressed a group of law enforcement officers high school student in south carolina is getting into some series trouble with the law after threatening a round two of the florida shooting.

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"bility" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"bility" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The he locking and borrow more you're gonna get into cloudy areas and that additional money bar on the he locks not gonna be deductible all right so so for everyone out there who had this question about dr bility of a home equity line of credit in the past you may have been doing that and now with this new law this has changed and so you need to get some help and figure out if you have a home equity line of credit you know what what what is the duct ability that inches sounds like it's probably not going to happen for you and so have you been relying on that deduction than you probably wanna get some help before it's too late because remember everything that's happening right now is going to not matter until twelve thirty one of this year and then it's all over so it's a good idea to get it get ahead of this now the mark the other question we've we've had this week from from different folks as well as as the interview attacks person or attacks prepare what are some some red flags that that people should worry about we we had one person asked this question which just to get your opinion on it they said that they talk to somebody who said that they tied their fees are the prepared is there fi uh to the refund in other words if they get them more refund they get a beggar fee is that is that something that's allowed no that's actually illegal over those of you out there uh that illegal there's another interesting when we added come across the uh the wire your was uh the uh the person said that they're that they're again they're they're cpa in this case said that they could deposit the refund check in the cpas account to cover the the fees that that this person was going to charge the ah the co the person's asking this question is that.

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"bility" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"bility" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The combination of his you know hardedged policies with his hardedged personality in order to make that work what do you think about that look i think that remote observers i've spoken with democrats and republicans by the way aside from the most hardcore trump supporters but even many smart means think that donald trump was still alive bility's unfortunately baghdad and in some areas of the state arguably he he campaigned in a strong way but trump is a huge liability in particular among the suburban voters his approval ratings has you know or at a historic low and you know the bottom line is we often spend a lot of time talking about the angry white working class voters who are trump to be but there are a lot more middle class suburban voters then there are voters like got across america and that i think is white republicans are very nervous looking at the 2018 midterm elections and beer glasses political chief international affairs correspondent susan bagged much for speaking aq last sunday a man entered a church and a tiny town in southern texas and opened fire with a semiautomatic rifle killing or wounding almost everyone inside as you might imagine the national conversation almost immediately went to the issue of guns is one of this country's most of us of issues many pointed to the mashhady as the latest evidence that there needs to be more gun control but others say the laws need to be looser so that quote unquote good citizens can protect against the bad ones and pure as lille afato visited a gun store and sent this report at read your firearms in san antonio texas the owners dalmatian taunton lounges at the front door at the store john wall nate nate group boots he makes his or her name low wow that's roskill average was the third shows me around he's pointing at roscoe the pet snake above the snakes too rare em is a wall of a are fifteen rifles hill twenty years ago people bought a yours too shoot now people buy a are spread panic dui says proud of the atmosphere he's creative here a place that is friendly and knowledgeable about guns if it's a rightful gun owners it's a lawabiding citizen they should have the ability and the right on a guy and protect themselves an failing ask a sales have been since the shooting in sutherland springs less than an hour's drive away huge.

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"bility" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"bility" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Working you apply radicalize individuals who piggly trouble was on their radar he also wrote a book called the fertile soil of jehad terrorism's person connection 'nother words getting radicalization in prison bright correct what we found goal ever the earth will create a balmy were one of the good peres there was there we found that terrorist grigson bility influence other inmates of we found that not only they miller found that of the uk prayers in the european union you have indivisible veteran prison for terrorist crimes there you go in there they go to the mosque in the parade you out their doctrine to the other individual there i go back to that question though about where we draw the line of those little in this country particularly with the first amendment freedom of religion what would be your thought about that is to what how far we go and letting these mosques so do their teaching given what the experience was as i mentioned in it actually cambridge outside of boston and the sauna of brothers getting radicalize there than going back to chechnya and coming back here that have the ah the bomb of formula from that radicalization how do we deal with that i think you have to go back the thing that were gone new york after you the pair were d look at the community from world eucharist cape.

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"bility" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"bility" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The hospital on one side just debbie and her father on the other it was intimidating what they had a bigger problem on their hands somehow the subject to the hearing one from his classification as inpatient and outpatient to whether he should have had to pay for his drugs wall in the hospital which never was what their appeal was of bow it was never once mentioned in their appeals so how in the world that suddenly become the topic of the administrative i have no idea how it happened wanted taking against i'd like to know how it happened they're on this telephone hearing a debbie workhouse the judge saying this is the worst case you'd ever seen in all of these years and thousands of tv and requested them federal behind two but make it better and and town when when they thought about the reason my father with their so long as because he didn't have a place to go with it i hadn't found bility for him to go with you and a judge didn't he didn't by that and he said i just can't imagine he said in a medical facility your side that there's not a doctor in there somewhere that would look at the man in his date pera live that how his wound look and not be managed very thicken he needs to be made an inpatient here he thought i can't believe that there were on doctor and your bility who the weapons ban with going through then he could i can't believe that and the judge which is no money in our favour that day and he would fill empathetic hugh let my father had gone through but he just he will kept apologising then he he couldn't do anything about it because his hands were tied because the subject to the hearing was changed to be about jim's drugs the judge wasn't legally allowed to rule on its classification as inpatient and outpatient if the.

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"bility" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"bility" Discussed on WRVA

"Racism and bigotry and homophobia an anti lg bt and all this in it's despicable and this stuff is being promulgated by people who for some perverted reason fear the greatness of this country and fear what created liberty and freedom and the acknowledgement that we were all created equal by god and that one our purposes as human beings as the pursuit of life and happiness and i just did the the idea that this is somehow controversial has always offended me i understand that not everybody is going to be uniform of everything but it is it is defended my sense of bility's that there are people born and raised in this country who have some how're able to intellectually believe a bunch of invective against his country that somehow i hellhole that it's a prison that it's the they say the focus of evil in the world and trump was talking about the very triumphant way about the beauties of western civilization and i thought it was a great speech and it was not long after that that another hit piece on trump came down the pike guy found that every time trump has a a a good moment beit advancing his agenda or a great speech it isn't long before in the media something pops up that is a controversial nature of that is designed to cover an overwhelm the good story that is in this case the trump's speech on on western civilization and.

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