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Exploring Ragnarok  With H.M. Long And Genevieve Gornichec

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

02:16 min | Last month

Exploring Ragnarok With H.M. Long And Genevieve Gornichec

"Slipper. I'm lucy handsome. I'm charlotte bond. And i'm megan lee spirituality exists in every work of fiction in form or other but most often manifest as divinity golsen s.'s. Never seemed go out of fashion. Wide also. tend to a gold. Pantheon of gods to articulate spiritual urge and out of all the pantheon's the no scott's in particular certainly seemed to be enjoying a revival. Tonight we have not one but two authors joining us to talk about this incredible mythology the nature of goals and the roles. We require them to inhabit affection. Hannah genevieve. Could you please introduce yourselves to our listeners. Hello i'm handle long a long And my book is called hall of smoke. It's an adult epic fantasy. Which definitely has some norse mythology. Viking vibes was very much an inspiration for the world I live in canada. And i am very excited to be joining tonight in. Hi i'm genevieve gonna check my debut novel. The witches heart reimagined norse mythology from the perspective of the giant tests. Longer boda who's kind of a little known character from the mets. And i am from the states extent and i just thought since you'll book you'll books with both cut of out roughly at the same time and they have the similar themes would be really great to get you both on here at the same time for what hope really interesting discussion. I'm sure it will be. It'd be us okay. So as you both exciting. You have. Both written books inspired by aspects of viking smith. What is it about this particular mythology that you think makes it appeal to modern audiences. So i think a lot of it is the fact that the gods are so human and they're so flawed and i think that Like notches modern audiences but audiences like back in the day. I i think we can see a lot of ourselves in them. And that's what makes them appeal to us kind of across the board.

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"boda" Discussed on Two Christians and a Jew

Two Christians and a Jew

05:13 min | 5 months ago

"boda" Discussed on Two Christians and a Jew

"And it's very encouraging it's mostly encouraging words to them But chapter five reminds them. There's some enduring issues that you need to deal with zachariah five but most of it is is some of the most positive prophetic literature. That's that's out there when i was in seminary We just happen to be studying zachariah in my profits class with raymond dillard and we were translated to zachariah. So i mean i was. I had a little church and that church. Got to hear about zachariah. Because i didn't have time to study something else so Ottoman translations that was my first encounter was accurate and i saw is so encouraging to my car because of the the messages throughout which are trying to say. Don't worry about on is with you. That goes way back. Right at the beginning of my academic. Yeah one of the things that i find really interesting. And so this is me as a layman. But i'm also. I come from a family of carpenters I'm a third generation carpenter. More or less i keep on looking back at verse nine where the hands of trouble have laid. The foundation of his house is hand shall also finish it. And when i look at my no i'm sorry i'm reading from. Gps for. that's i look at that. And i think of the kind of hope that comes from there because construction projects are long and difficult and they take a very very long time and they do that today if you want something to last. And they would've taken even longer then and is incredibly reassuring to read that. His hands are laying that foundation which is clearing things out taking that cornerstone which is great. Because you have to start off with things perfectly swear because having one really good square stone sets the path for the entire building get started. There's a fun joke in the. Us army where there's a phrase in construction called good enough for government work that stems from the army where they allowed a tolerance of. I think about three quarters of an inch to an inch per eight feet..

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"boda" Discussed on Two Christians and a Jew

Two Christians and a Jew

03:49 min | 5 months ago

"boda" Discussed on Two Christians and a Jew

"Now i know that you're working on an iv translation committee now mark. But you don't fully adopt this same translational dog that goes back. Well you the two of you threw me off because frank with the v. Nine thousand nine hundred eighty four and you continue with the of the two thousand two thousand eleven one. So i was. I was wondering which one are. We going to be working with here. Of course i'm working with the post. Two thousand eleven which will be two thousand probably twenty five or something like that on the committee but yeah might be some visions but it comes to To this translation. We'll see of course takes a lot to overturn a translation. If you know you have to have a lot of votes to be able to overturn as scholars around the circle that are discussing it. Yeah well there's a bunch of different things. I mean for those who are not familiar with the book of zachariah. Maybe you could give us just like a two minute. Overview of these night visions the beginning of the book. Kind of what's going on. And then maybe we could talk about some of the the key aspects because this chapter has been quite debated within scholarship. But also the idea. The leaders is a big issue in the post. Exile communities a big issue in this chapter in in this whole section. You've got kind of a unique. Take that i find very helpful. You know the book of zachariah really is often divided into two major parts. And there's even people who write commentaries separate on the two parts of the book so zachariah one to eight is is the one. That's more rooted into the historical context of the restoration community that community that came back from exile and that began to rebuild this this new this new province within persian..

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The History Of Jrmungandr

Mythical Monsters

04:56 min | 6 months ago

The History Of Jrmungandr

"The vikings new. The see. well it was the expense. Their ships crossed to plunder foreign lands and its bountiful depths. Were their main source of food. But the sees formidable power was never truly there's for beneath its depths lived a creature that could upend the vikings world with a single thrash of his tail. His name was your main gonder in norse mythology. Your men gondar is the son of the trickster spirit loki and the giant tests angra boda. He's the middle child of a monstrous brewed. His elder brother fenra is a massive wolf and his younger sister. Hell is goddess of the underworld while his infamous siblings possessive vengeful intelligence. You women ghandoure's destructive tendencies are the product of impulse. The colossal serpent is slow witted but utterly deadly unlike other gods he cannot be reasoned with your men. Ganders name means huge monster and for good reason. His body is so massive that it fully encircles mid guard the human world of the ancient norse but even more on settling than his size are his deadly fangs dripping with venom and lodged in a gaping maw large enough to swallow a giant some of the earliest lower about your men. Ghandour is found in the poetic and prose as the poetic edda is a thirteenth century collection of poems from unknown icelandic authors. That were thought to be written between eight hundred and eleven hundred bc c e the pros at was written by icelandic author slurry sterling listen around twelve hundred bc e. Both eda's are key resources for understanding. The customs of ancient iceland particularly the poetic atta which was written before scandinavia had fully embraced christian. Ity norwegian sociologist. Peter a monk rights of the poetic verses. They belong to the viking age to an era during which the northern people's maintained the liveliest relations with the outside world. The ancient vikings relationship with your men gonder was certainly lively. The giant serpent symbolized the uncontrollable force of a natural disaster inexplicable floods earthquakes and storms. That were beyond humanity's control. Were all blamed on your men. Ghandoure's restless movements and the viking survival depended on the whims of slumbering snake. But your norman ghandoure's mere existence was a menace to all of humanity. A power of such magnitude such an unpredictable monster was a constant threat. A reminder that the end of the world is possible. and there's not a thing we can do about it. Thor sat in darkness listening to a woman's voice. Her tone was soothing but the words she spoke were really grim. She said the sun turns black earth sinks in the see the hot stars down from heaven. Our world fierce grows the steam and the life feeding flame till fire leaps high about heaven itself. She paused her is slowly passing over. The assembly of gods and goddesses gathered before her and spoke again. This is no nightmarish story. Dear gods it is your future it. Is greg narok thor. The god of thunder couldn't help but roll his eyes. The northern priestesses were so dramatic. He tugged on his wild red beard wishing they were back involved hala drinking mead and poking fun at the whole thing as the northerns joined hands to chant around idris ill the world tree. Thors scratched his bicep with boredom and glanced at his father. Odin the powerful. All fathers face was drawn and gray. His hands shook which startled thor. His father was a towering figure but suddenly he looked very small. Thor realized he had never seen him scared in a hoarse. Whisper and ask the northerns to repeat themselves. Please no thought for. The prophecy was depressing enough. The first time around. But no one ignores a from the all father. Not

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"boda" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:45 min | 10 months ago

"boda" Discussed on PRI's The World

"A recent press conference? Details will help in following up, shoot any of the contacts test for Corbett nineteen. But what if customers don't want to give out their information to strangers, Apollo, Gaza another Boda Boda driver, and compal up says, that's been a big problem this week this thing they want to keep their privacy with yet telephone numbers but my personal customer, they have no problem with that but the customer gets underway most of them they don't I called up an old friend of mine to ask what he thought about the privacy concerns. Abraham. UNIN is a software developer in Kampala he recently created a new to ride hailing APP called good. It's like Uber for Bodas. It's one of the many ride hailing apps in Uganda these days he says getting people to register with these APPs. Could be a solution to both privacy and contact tracing concerns because the client is registered with the and the right has also registered with the. So all they have to do is yes, linkup on. Of course, they'll. They'll be information in the system of the trip and who did the trip and all that. So trucking that is easier in fact that Uganda government is now encouraging Boda drivers to register with ride hailing APPs but drivers Apollo Gaza still have the reservations he used to use a ride hailing APP but stopped he says, the tech companies are taking too big of a cut they. Charge. You a helmet today charge you a phone they charge you is nothing they can give. But again, the you fifteen central, all a tributary Buddha Buddha drivers and even regular taxi drivers have protested ride hailing apps over high.

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"boda" Discussed on Passive Income Project

Passive Income Project

04:12 min | 10 months ago

"boda" Discussed on Passive Income Project

"Margin loans were regret products, but you could only geared up to a certain point. Otherwise it was a big risk around margin colds, or is new products a little bit different. It doesn't have that module risk. It's more like a hybrid with harm loan, so it's a little bit different. And then you sent me a link to a post around the NAB Equity Boda, hauling around the two percent discount that are applying for the loft loan, so that changes the equation. Because previously, when looked at this product? Interest Rates wraparound percent am portfolio would only pay around five and a half percent, so a negatively geared option, and not something that I, really WanNa go down that path because you're relying on speculating on growth in the share price, which is the same thing we talk about with real estate. That's not how we want to invest. Is Yes I'm thinking I want to be cash flow positive for sure so this has changed the equation. Because obviously interest rates have come down. Down as well as a two percent, applaud discount on the product, so all of a sudden it's down around. Four percent wasn't at three point nine percent yet and the portfolio trustee income to still be around that five and a half percent income. So now it's cash flow, positive plus yacht franking credits, plus you go tax deductions on that investment. Learn as well so I. Took a look at it ran the numbers every fifteen to twenty year timeframe taking those factors into consideration now it's a lot more attractive. So then I'll sit down with partner. Bert Westerly went for two thousand and had luncheon and spend a Lotta time chatting about it on the way up, and why back and what that looks like for us and going through the numbers again. She was really comfortable with it, too. She's now been investing for little bit a little bit of gap now, understanding so that as I said before it probably affected the valance level a little bit, but that decided to start investing together as a couple and I would explain it to her, and she understood conceptually, and now we're in that place where we feel like it is the right decision for us because we want to be making moves perfect..

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"boda" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:44 min | 11 months ago

"boda" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And getting the best out of Armstrong and Getty I was reminded something I've already figured out I'm trying to master isn't life just a long struggle to master one self Jack somewhat yeah the but with the boda agree with me on that you know the boda yeah in Matamata so I'm in the we were talking about this the other day on the air with the only beast that it's in our own way we're the only beast that makes ourselves miserable yeah isn't that a hobby eat things that will make us less happy we we we we work really hard and then spend our money on things that will make us less happy and it's all about today US versus future us and I was listening to Jordan Peterson podcast about this the other day and he he referenced Homer Simpson from an episode in which Homer was about to drink a quart of vodka and Manase and Marge said do you think that's a good idea and he said that's a problem for future over I'm sure glad I'm not him and that's kind of the way we are as beasts that's a problem for future me what I just spent today or what I just ate or you know whatever the choices you make that aren't good long term so I'm not a it book of genesis literalist by any stretch of the imagination yes Sir I don't want to get into an argument about the ology actually would take two of us to tango so feel free to write your admin emails but he is funny or when you're talking about or the only piece that can make itself miserable we get in our own way and and obsess serve or whatever it needs to isn't that the the fruit of the tree of knowledge now yeah yeah yeah well anyway so what I was going to say was I was in the lobby all of first all shout out to the nice lady I met on the elevator hi nice lady huge huge fan of the show he Jordan a fan of the show judge just sweet heart I should ask her name but it was a little embarrassing because there are other people in the elevator and I'm not quite unassuming midwestern boy but anyway thanks for sale she was super nice but anyway I was some I was in the lobby in the in the fed ex guy walked by and I saw that logo and got a charge of well as if I was expecting a package what's interesting at work you don't expect packages will no doubt was the logo and then I started thinking how much of the success of Amazon is that is the in anticipation that something's coming and waiting for that package to appear mmhm I think a lot yeah in looking out on your front porch on center I I catch myself doing that like I'm a little kid I have friends who and they will probably I don't know if they've already altered the return policy for this but people just shipped by ordering live around numbers three hundred dollars worth of clothes knowing they're only going to keep fifty dollars worth but they just wanted to the the experience of receiving it opening it trying it out right but just really old song and dance knowing that they are not keeping any of that stuff that's hardcore grabbing a picture for the Instagram or something C. opening videos on YouTube gas because it only ends of the Aussie that's always struck me as uber stupid but I don't know maybe a sort of kind of sort of get lit I mean I I ordered some beard oil the other day it's simply just same reason when you get excited there's a text write something new something new it's always disappointingly bland but you get excited singlet the box coming I guess yeah can I get my wife to sex me that would then you know then your sense worth getting anyway unisex direct yeah herein terror place almost sort of thing and it was sort of pose posted no that's not usually the bonds of holy matrimony not necessarily exchange of pick sex can just be words always picture pictures yeah I'm not pictured on a mail a visual but he just takes the right person that's all I ask we'll see it exchanging pictures for words would probably be typically a good exchange a man and a woman as we have different sexual responses and anyway speaking of my beard I I ordered some beard oil the other day you didn't need it now you're a squeaking on your it keeps it soft and conditioned okay which probably makes me something according to in a lot of people I grew up with an agreement whether civil joke hole or so if you I have never had really had a beard if you don't condition your beard what happens to it I can get kind of drying split NZ some guys get itchy monitor it that sort of thing but I was like really anxious for this to show up in a second change my let's not improve my life really this dumb I found myself glancing out front I wonder if that beard oil and she doesn't have it like some cool white guy grooming title like yeti Palmer you know what I yes Sean but I don't remember what it's called I I've recently you start using this shampoo from doctor swatch which is short for Sasquatch currently Sasquatch went to medical school and decided to I'm not medical school because cosmetology I guess and got into the cosmetics him as a hundred hours of licensing classes are required right right yeah your doctor swatch sample yeah my a son just put out a solo release arm under his his solo moniker but he includes a song called sass going actuary which was the song he was he was talking to a good friend of his and I that there is a rumor it's scurrilous it is inaccurate that the wrist THC.

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"boda" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"boda" Discussed on DV Radio

"Toby shaking her head coach. Paul we'll get. The dogs tried to eat me too busy up spreading peanut butter. Dick they leave you alone. Stop it's okay to love your dogs. Just don't love your dog's sick motherfuckers also manage it on that note that note folks really take a short little break here for. Boda INSERT SOME RANDOM COMMERCIALS. And we'll be right back a stroke. I'm having a stroke. I'm having a sense where this came from. It wasn't Disney. It was here I was walking around. Disney's saying that I thought I saw the commercials. Disney that was that was three sixty five for a whole week. Every time. I would ask me something I just say. I'm having a stroke ethics. Let's have a stroke. We'll be right back after this right here on. Tv radio W DVR radio okay. Listen up before we start this understand what it is the Spartan Pledge Battle drill. It's what to do when you don't know what to do. Remember that the last.

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"boda" Discussed on Ravenscourt

Ravenscourt

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"boda" Discussed on Ravenscourt

"But what I haven't been sleeping at all. He won't let me who wasn't a dream of being trapped in America. He showed it to me. It's not like the voices he is re you. You have to believe me who Boda. His name is Buddha. He lives in the shadow behind the mirror. Wouldn't let me tell you. What does he say he said this? He said he likes it here and he wants to stay. I see you believe me you believe me. Don't do I believe that you believe it didn't believe her and lives could have been saved if I had. We tell ourselves that. We don't indulge the patient psychosis because it enables them it feeds into their delusion for the truth is that we are afraid to lean in because we looked too hard. We might see what they see. There was a certain comfort and madness because reality can be too much to bear the truth. I now have to face. Is that because of my actions or inactions back then. A patient went missing. Who still hasn't been found lives were ruined when I look for how they told me to go. I couldn't but I did keep quiet.

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"boda" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"boda" Discussed on AP News

"Citing illness democratic presidential candidate Pete boda judges campaign has canceled 3 private fundraisers that were scheduled Wednesday in South Florida campaign spokesman said late Tuesday the former south bend Indiana mayor has a cold when word first surfaced of the cancellations there was speculation it could signal problems for the campaign especially after booted judges off script pitch during Tuesday night's debate in Charleston I shouldn't miss the opportunity if you're watching right now and your support my campaign D. for America.com kinship in the judge has been trying to raise $13000000 ahead of next week's 14 state super Tuesday contests hi Mike Rossio

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The Latest: Buttigieg sick, cancels several Florida events

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Buttigieg sick, cancels several Florida events

"Citing illness democratic presidential candidate Pete boda judges campaign has canceled three private fundraisers that were scheduled Wednesday in South Florida campaign spokesman said late Tuesday the former south bend Indiana mayor has a cold when word first surfaced of the cancellations there was speculation it could signal problems for the campaign especially after booted judges off script pitch during Tuesday night's debate in Charleston I shouldn't miss the opportunity if you're watching right now and your support my campaign D. for America dot com kinship in the judge has been trying to raise thirteen million dollars ahead of next week's fourteen state super Tuesday contests hi Mike Rossio

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The time you lost watching YouTube ads last year netted Google $15 billion

WSJ Tech News Briefing

10:10 min | 1 year ago

The time you lost watching YouTube ads last year netted Google $15 billion

"The parent company of Gulu reported. Its earnings Monday night here to give us. The highlights is our technology news editor. Boda Boda thanks so much for joining US happy to be here all right so alphabets. Most recent report. Back in October was a bit disappointing. How did they fare this time? if you're Wall Street just slightly more disappointing with some shoots So one thing that was Wall Street was expecting Revenue to be a little a bit higher than it was and operating profits to be a little higher than it was. Now Mind you. Google is wildly profitable and has makes a ton of revenue just in the most recent quarter. Which is the holiday quarter Revenue was up seventeen percent to forty six point one billion so. It's kind of difficult to say that you know Google struggling by any stretch stretch But one thing that Wall Street had pressed alphabet for a long time to be more specific about where it's about where its revenues coming from and one thing that it did really league for the first time is really to break out specifically the youtube business and Google cloud in terms of revenue categories. And one thing that said it for you to the AD business isn't stallone Is Worth about fifteen billion dollars and Google cloud gave details on that as well and the idea is really. The clubmen is really important. because there's a google title is enmeshed in a really really difficult battle with Other cloud providers like Amazon with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft with your and Wall Street was really wanting linked to wanna Google to provide more details and just say like okay. Give us an idea of how well this businesses stooling so we can rate it relative to some of the other competitors this was the first earnings parts and senator betrayed took over as alphabet. CEO from Google Co founder. Larry Page last year. Pichai was obviously formerly the CEO of Google. Is it too early to have expected there to be any changes with his leadership or are we seeing some of this play out because of Him taking the helm so I think one of the things that he he mentioned on the call and this is something that obviously he was with Google so he was an insider very familiar with the business but one thing that at Wall Street analysts basically basically said on a conference call to say we welcome this additional disclosure. Like some of the you know giving a little bit more detail on some of the business units that That comprised like the alphabet machine. So that's one thing that they had pressed Sundar on in the company and the company delivered in that way but you know Sundar more you know big picture wise. One thing that he talked about was you you know he talked about what is investing focuses are and one thing obviously talked about artificial intelligence that being something that the company really wants to deeply invest in and he talked about really the you know the idea of doing more with data and so cloud computing is something that they've pushed a lot on We've reported Sometimes exclusively on the health partnerships to Google's reached. And you know basically Sundar said is we're going to reach even deeper into that So not just project. Nightingale which again is a project to work with essential health and to manage to manage crunch data for millions of patients across the twenty one St Hospital System but identified other partnerships. Like that and another thing that brought third call in kind of pointing to where strategy is going as activision blizzard. The video game company They recently announced a deal where they said okay. Well we want to stream these East sports matches on Youtube. Meanwhile activision will basically invest in US Google's cloud services and also use artificial intelligence tool. So Google wants to say like. Hey we don't want to just manage one thing for one business. We want to be a one stop shop but basically offer a bunch of different services to companies to make the value proposition. A Lot. A lot a better in terms of the Google Health Collaborations that you were mentioning. Is that something that they're already being able to monetize unclear so some of this is you know. They're trying to make an argument that we can add value to what you already do. So in some cases we WANNA manage data That's something that the their services services that Google is providing as part of a package now if a company wants to use Google as a cloud service provider and we WANNA put data in the cloud. That's something that obviously that they're you know. They're they're collecting revenue on There other parts of the alphabet enterprise like verily severely as life sciences company and. What's unique about this? Is they've taken outside. Investment vestment from tamasek which is Singapore's Sovereign Wealth Fund and they've also taken investments from silverlake which is private equity firm in the idea is basically to a look at different ways as to really impact the healthcare system beyond just Beyond just patient data so one of the things that that fairly is doing is they're looking at license engineering research search and as a part of that they're looking at like how how they're one look at additional ways to basically impact the healthcare system so some of this is going to look at Using am to improve drug delivery of some of this is looking at a I to improve clinical trials and the idea is to basically say okay. How can we use data and and a I to basically impact the healthcare system so some of this already having revenue impact for Google? But some of it is. They're making these investments to own these partnerships and basically we see this as a long-term bet that this can drive revenue down the row. These are obviously things. Though that have already garnished a lot of scrutiny. Both from people in the the healthcare community but also from regulators and Looking ahead to twenty twenty one of the things investors. I'm sure will be paying close. Attention to is has the increased scrutiny from regulators on all sorts of fronts so when facebook reported its earnings. They said they expected their growth to slow. Because of new legal measures from California And also in Europe how is alphabet addressing the way that legislation could impact. Its business moving forward. So one thing so so google didn't go They didn't give necessarily a number to say we think we're going to grow twenty percent Next year one thing they said is they kind of went across their business unit to say we think for search. There's going to be ample opportunity going forward. So what does that mean is that is that a lot of money is a lot more money than you're making now is it a little bit less Google basically positioning itself that it thinks it's bizarre that it's various businesses are going to grow And basically they're making investments it's to support that I think with on the Regulatory Front Google definitely said that it's going to cooperate with You know any broad probes inquiries that That it receives from entities like State Attorneys General or the Department of Justice or any or any other entity. And you know a lot of the regulators are looking being at Things that they're looking at you know Google's largest and the and the things that basically make this company so big and you know so it's looking at the the girth of online in advertising business and purported anticompetitive behaviour and in the big picture like Google is basically motoring along in thinking that you know it can man you know it can continue to invest in the business while managing these inquiries you know at the end of market closed today. A ghoul alphabet crossed a trillion dollars market value. Now now it's kind of wavered between their ethnic you reach that earlier this year and then trade at lower but you know the big picture these tech companies are you know for the most part Wall Street is seeing that you know despite everything that's going on in all the noise and all the frustration from regulators and some users you know Wall Street and investors still see these companies as a safe you bet for the most part Wall Street analysts think these companies are going to grow so you know based on company based on public statements and based on. Just you know how large it's GonNa it's GonNa Behar to disrupt Google and search. It's going to be hard to disrupt Google in online advertising just because it has so much of a market leader in so much So much of a installed install customer base. One thing that Google touted on its conference call is that it had a really strong holiday season. And with that you know Google is basically been investing and building out his platforms for consumers. So that you can buy more stuff within Google tools instead of like if you wanted a hotel if you want to book a flight instead of going to other airlines or other hotel pages ages you could just do it all in Google and you wanted. And they've talked about. Hey we want to find opportunities to allow people to make more money within youtube and you know the the the the value proposition for advertisers is great. Because it's like hey if you can get everyone here it just you know. Millions of people use Youtube. Everyday people already here if you can just put more tools and bake more ways that they can make more money inside of this. Why leave it seems like it seems like a good deal? It seems like it's setting themselves up for an even bigger conversation with antitrust just regular though and especially some of the Democratic candidates who've come out saying that they wanNA break up big tack. Did they make any comments about that on their call Not Not not to the extent you know in terms of addressing the inquiries. I think you know usually the companies and Google speaks in broad terms and you know and says hey you know the companies understand that they are targets. And you know they're not you know they see the headlines just as much as everyone else but I think in terms of their focused on The you know the businesses and the value proposition that they offer to consumers and folks and businesses well and you know they see You know they say that they're going to cooperate in any manner with any regulatory pro- which which makes sense but in terms of like going specific in? Hey we're going to change our approach because of Xyz you know for the most part you know the Probes are are just that you know. They're you know the attorneys general and you know folks from the DOJ there on a fact-finding mission. They're trying to understand. Not just google. Oh but from others like what impact Google had in the marketplace especially when in terms when it comes to anti-competitive conduct and you know from Google's perspective obviously there they they see themselves as being able to motor along and you know as these probes circle but for the most part there is. This isn't necessarily changing. How they're going to do their business unless someone tells them you need to change your business because of reasons? XYZ And tell then ample growth our technology news editor vote today. Thank you so much for joining

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Keith Carter And The Poetry Of Photography

The Candid Frame

09:01 min | 1 year ago

Keith Carter And The Poetry Of Photography

"Though photography involves a technical practice practice it can still illicit moments of lyricism and poetry. The power of such work comes from its ability to elicit emotion from a viewer something that is only possible when the photographer considers more than just pixel counts and sharpness. Keith Carter has built a career on having an exacting photographic practice both as a commercial photographer and as a fine artist it is body of work is elevated by his embracing the idea that imperfections flaws and moments of failure are as much a part of the photographic process as good equipment and a well exposed piece of film. He understands that one of his greatest strengths as a photographer is his willingness to mind his own life. World and experiences enters as familiar and mundane. Isn't it may appear to create something universal. Yes but I agree with you. I get wildly stimulated in a new place it's something I've never seen etc etc etc.. That makes you us. synapses fire fire in a different way. And you work in a different way on the other hand. If you're in a place that is relatively familiar. There's a different percents of communists and on a good day. You can still find that same excitement. You just have to look sometimes a little. Harder won't talk to Keith. About the literary influences of his work as well as the role his wife played in his evolution as a photographic graphic artist. This is a body enacts and welcome back to the candidate for him Bozo appreciate you making time for me. I've been wanting to talk to you for a long time. I've long admired your work Anderson civility and anytime. I've had a chance to hear. Can you speak like he did at art center a couple of years ago or or something that I catch on on on the computer. I just really really have always appreciated sincerity Freddie and just the genuineness that you bring to your love of photography that I see exhibited in your work. Well thank you I appreciate it. I wanted to start because so many times when photographers ask other photographers about their influences. It usually is related to other other photographers. They know that the writer Horton foote. Made an impression on you early on. And he's a great American screenwriter and playwright and it seems that it came aim at a sort of a pivotal time when you're sort of defining yourself in terms of who you were photographer and I was wondering whether you could speak to that well. You're you're entirely correct. I was muddling around with several ways to progress and I went to a lesser. Where Horton was on a panel discussion and it was a snooze? Roma handles discussion a number of academics. You Know Elbow Patches etc and his lovely a silver headed man but the molest Lewis Voice and they were deconstructing. All of Horton's plays at this point and I was sitting in the audience and when it became his turn to talk he says something that just rocked my world and still does to some extent he said well you know when I was a boy growing up in Warton that's a small coastal town in Texas agricultural town. He said I told my teacher. I wanted to be an actor and my teacher said Will Horton. That'll be difficult in a town like this. But you're going to need to know several things if you want to get in the arts and he said you're going to no need it's no the history of your your place where you come from and you're going to need to travel go away you probably get away and maybe come back etc etc and you're going to need to know the most important thing in that you're going to need always belong to replace. I'm paraphrasing here. But if you know his plays he writes about universal things that happen everywhere but he writes about him essentially in a small town where there are great truths being told him small ways. I just sat straight up in my chair taught. Oh yeah you know everybody makes fun of my place for good reason. But that's what I'm GONNA do. It is. I'm probably in my twenties point from an analysis. I'm going to belong to this place in I'm going to play. They like I know how silly this sounds. I'm GONNA play like ours. Dropped from another planet into this culture into this landscape into these people with this speech into these myriad animals into this peculiar surreal landscape. And I'm GonNa Photograph everything everything everything that's how it started. That's not where I ended up today but that was how it began along. I think it's such an important lesson because I see so many young photographers who often dismissed the things that they are very familiar with. They see the things is that they've known most of their lives the experience they've had and they see it as boring not particularly interesting and they look elsewhere in terms of finding subject matter for whatever creative work. They're doing particularly with photography. But it's when I've often look at bodies of work by by by students though so me the work that they feel is important and I go what are you doing. That's just you know that you're just doing for the sake of doing and more often than not it's the very sort of personal intimate. I'm at work. That becomes the more interesting and the most dynamic and the most infused with energy and passion than anything that they were doing where they were it primarily to demonstrate what they're capable of technically and. I think it was a wonderful gift or provided you by igniting igniting that awareness so early on in your journey as a photographer I agree The other thing is he was a kind man. And and sometimes they're in short supply society and a light a light the conversations we have over over the years after Talker in when it was a younger photographer Acoust- you WanNa make a living too so I was really interested in narcissistic things of my Tom. I want to make my own pictures but I think is important for younger photographers to live near a larger market. Even though we damn good transportation so and so forth and find some sort of shame or associate or a passion to follow and in my case I kept my commercial work separate. I do the best job I could but my my personal was a whole different entity and I was always much more interested in personal work because I thought it was awesome AAs riding my little bitty rallies autobiography in some ways but as writing pictures that kind of fine images can electric as Blasco matic images in murky like. I've always found your your work very poetic where it was poetry. A big part part of your development in terms of nothing. That's maybe not so much a year photography but in terms of learning to sort of observe the world he s Steel is like a lot of adults different aspects of literature but the thing about literature. As most poetry's he's as often relatively linear certain plotlines. Poetry comes in those Strange places depending on who the Bodas out stars a Jala words for what they do to your psyche with me or the elliptical thoss it they are images in my case they Bring to mind. I think Barbarossa washing the elephant to deliver read that store owner porn but it's not really about Washington L.. That kind of thing. He's always been comfort. Aniston a creative ignition on occasion. I get stuck a little bit every now and then a will get a a good book. Librarian just revisit a couple of people and I'm sure they do that but it helps make under the same thing with

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Ebola Outbreak Reaches Major City in Congo, Renewing Calls for Emergency Order

BBC Newshour

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Ebola Outbreak Reaches Major City in Congo, Renewing Calls for Emergency Order

"The authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo say that a poster who was the first confirmed victim of a boda into crowded eastern city of Goma has died Goma is a major trade crossroads on the border with Rwanda the death is raised fears that the outbreak was spread his on Africa regional editor will Ross the governor of north Kivu province collie sends you cast a veto a cold for calm as she announced that the evangelical preacher had died she said the case to be detected quickly in the passengers who traveled with him have been identified but a bowler reaching Goma is however extremely worrying in such a bustling densely populated city it's hard to trace and isolate people who may have come into contact with the virus the fact that a preacher chose to visit an infected area where he frequently touched worshippers including the sick shows the ignorance is still a major problem and formal education about it Botha is

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"boda" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"boda" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

"Of the show, Jane Lindwall. My job is to help answer some of the really terrific questions you send us from around the world. Most of the time melody Boda, and I do our research reporting from our home state of remind in the northeastern part of the United States. But whenever one of us travels somewhere else we like to take you with us. I had to go to Washington DC last week for work. And so I brought my microphone and recording equipment with me because melody had found the perfect person to help answer some questions, you've been sending us about. Trains. Maybe you take underground trains, known as subways or metros or the L, depending on what city you live in all the time. Or perhaps you've slept on a train on an overnight trip to somewhere far away or maybe like I did. When.

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Troubling: a death in Northern Ireland

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:29 min | 2 years ago

Troubling: a death in Northern Ireland

"South This economists podcast is sponsored by linked in jobs. Hello and welcome to the intelligence on economists radio. I'm your host Jason Palmer every weekday. We provide a fresh perspective on the events shaping your world. A minority of South African people have steadied formal jobs too many, including a large fraction of the country's youth do piecemeal work or are unemployed altogether. We look at the efforts to bring the young into the workforce. And there's a lot of talk about public figures particularly candidates in America's upcoming presidential race speaking, multiple languages, what's with these polyglot politicians. But I. A funeral will be held today for a young journalist from Northern Ireland who was shot dead last week all for the loss of lira. Our hopes and dreams all of her Mazen potential with snuff type a single Barrick. Lira Mckee had been reporting on violent unrest in the city of Londonderry. We believe this to be a terrorist act. We believe it's been carved violent Republicans yesterday. A group called the new IRA took responsibility for the killing it even apologized. The incident was shocking reminder of the fragility of peace since the end of the Northern Ireland conflict known as the troubles. This was an attack on everybody in northern. It. Doesn't matter if you're Catholic or Protestant. British are this is an attack on democracy? The troubles began in the nineteen sixties and painted mostly Catholic Irish nationalists against the British army Northern Ireland police and mostly Protestant loyalists. For three decades violence and terror was a part of everyday life, the turmoil claimed more than three thousand five hundred lives, but in nineteen ninety eight the Good Friday agreement largely brought an end to the conflict today is about the promise of a bright future. Dave, and behold, a line can be drawn bloody past some low level violence continued, but this latest killing has fear and outrage. The funeral today of Larry Mckee is going to feel in many ways. Like, we'll most states occasion. Tom Wainwright is the economists Britain editor where expecting to see the Irish T show that the prime minister will say the president of island the secretary of the UK as well as low two local politicians from Nova Nyland, of course. And so it's going to feel like a big deal, and it really is a big deal in Northern Ireland. This kind of killing of innocent civilian in what seems to have been a terrorist attack something that really has shocked people. It's by no means the gnome since the peace agreements of twenty one years ago. This kind of thing is much less common than it used to be in people here really really shocked by what happened last week, and Tom what can you tell me about the group responsible for misbehaves death, new IRA and its relation to the other groups with IRA in the name, it's it's a bit confusing. Picture it is it really isn't. I think to understand that you've got to go back to the Good Friday agreement of nineteen ninety eight and. What happened? There was that the IRA and most Republicans agreed to end any kind of struggle and take their fight for the United Ireland to the debating chamber of the streets. But at the time there was some Republicans who disagreed with that to this represented, a capitulation, and these guys who are now widely noted dissident Republicans have continued that struggle on a fairly low level. But nonetheless, they are security worry five the security agency raised the threat in Northern Ireland is severe they have continued trying to police officers, for instance. And so why do the new IRA kill Lear mckie? Well, she seems to have been killed by stray bullets. She was watching a riot taking place in the city of Londonderry Derry as it's known to Republicans, and she was watching from next to police come and she was shot in the head and later died, and this riot was kicked off really after police had been raiding homes in the area shortly beforehand seems that they were concerned on the. The Easter rising some local Republicans might be out to coast trouble. And seems that some cycle dissident Republicans is this as a excuse to get that people on the streets and co some trouble and the new IRA said it was an accident and apologized there's some significance to that. Right. There. Is yet seems that they really feel as if that on the back photo of this that agreed which has said, the it's propensity is violence to said that the Republican coups, but they seem to be well aware that locally these kinds of acts of violence in which older NRI innocent civilians killed or injured go down extremely badly and really risk setting that goes back, and we've seen evidence of this already in dairy, the headquarters of a local political party, which is supported by the IRA people being smearing red painted handprints on their offices a form of protest and lately various Republican murals have been graffiti as well by people saying things like not in my name. Name. And so they think realize that this could set them back in a big way. Police also reporting that moving one hundred people have sent them with information about the killing and in a city like Derry, that's really unusual. This is not a place where people have historically been happy to talk to the police about Republican activists. So we could be seeing Quanta change. So do you get the sense from all that then that there is just simply less tolerance for the kind of violence that was so common during the troubles. I think that's right. I think since the Good Friday agreement which was almost exactly twenty one years ago. Many people in Northern Ireland of come to see the peace that's being achieved is enormously valuable, and the idea of going back to that is something that really worries a lot of people. And I think most observers thing that the chances of returns to scale violence, very slim, but any sign that violences on the rise is obviously a worry, especially at the moment with Brexit going on which is causing all kinds of problems for Northern Ireland. We've also got the problem of the Northern Ireland assembly having been suspended now for more than two years. So there's a feeling Northern Ireland is inevitable position so events like this do concern a lot of people that people worry that things are being destabilized that, but you mentioned Briggs in in passing there. Do you think that all the negotiations and the degree to which Northern Ireland has been such a lynchpin of the negotiations has sort of reignited tensions? It's certainly reignited tensions. Yeah. We haven't yet seen a big kicking off of large scale violence or anything like that. But tensions absolutely have been heightened. And it's not surprising because the peace deal made back in nineteen ninety eight really hinged in many ways on the UK an island shed membership of the European Union that help to enable these countries to have a border, which is not just open. But invisible, I mean, if you go there and drive between Northern Ireland and their public of island, you can do so without even realizing that you've crossed the Boda, and of course, membership of the EU means the two countries of members of the single. Markets, and so no customs checks needed and since nineteen ninety eight people know of Nyland being able to choose whether they take Irish or UK possibles in many ways, they've been allowed to feel as if they are either Irish Oprah show oath if they want and so the UK now leaving the European Union really will subject that to strain. And it's clearly pulling the UK an island upon a way that nobody on typically to twenty one years ago and many people particularly in the Republican community. Most of them voted to remain, by the way, think that Britain is in some way reneging on agreements that were made or hinted that twenty years ago, so it is a time of heightened tension. Yes. Tom. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you.

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"boda" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"boda" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Sure. Anyway. So that is so cool. I did not know all of these connections. So I just thought it would be a cool way to introduce our feedback segment actually regarding the thing about Biggles. What do you what do you say about that? Oh, well, nice. That Biggles has in sponge as another pine, and I thought O's breaks his hip Hit would would be be the the perfect. perfect. It's time for a that was really Biggles. Another one would be by. Now, I do that. It had golden lived in the other part of island. He would have had no problem joining the Royal F O since if you being north of the Boda he would have been fine. I suspect t live south of the border. Yes. Currently so. Scence in the end. That was good. Yeah. Basically what he was saying stick it RAF, exactly. Title back at you vote. All right. Thanks, Gordon for the feedback on Mike ten I've been reading John Farley's a view from the hover, and he has a link there Amazon dot com link to this book, he says what a great book it really shows how strong the Brits have been in aviation. I thought this book would be about John Varley time as the chief test pilot of the Harrier, but that's only part of the book. The rest is well presented and simply stated aeronautical engineering and real life how and why aircraft work and how to be a way better pilot and in one would like this book..

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"boda" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"boda" Discussed on No Agenda

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"boda" Discussed on The Site Shed

The Site Shed

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"boda" Discussed on The Site Shed

"Could be a really powerful to have someone that tin tied care of those things. Like I mentioned in the Email example like that could be an enquiring example. So really, really powerful on there. He's just making sure that you know, it's funny that when I look. In the space. It's funny that the people who respond quickly yet jobs. So if you're an urgency plumber and you'll putting enquiring on, heck we can you get out of your and you don't answer the phone getting that job. So that's a really important role look at from there. And you know as specified, it's not a taking a role as helping people get to being formation that you'll know what valuable to give. And as far as like this many factors that could add to the admin bracket, isn't it? I really. I mean, absolutely. I mean, even ordering materials can be a really interesting, interesting. Following up and getting prices. So give you an interesting one. It's like I did a little bit of work, even commercial at one point in a might. What was interesting is what went into quoting job and often they gauzed spending hours ringing, different supplies going, you know, how much is these three quarter over here? I bring someone else and won't you know these guys said these price, and you know what prosecute you do with three quarter oboe full. And I was like, well, that's not really a good effective use of time. So you know these actually like quoting facets could be really, interestingly used as well. Yeah, yeah. Okay. Cool. Access. I, we've got a mock mainly, go accounting, finance. We've got admin. What else we got. This is one I think is Monte the vein of someone's existence. Sure. Debt collection. Oh shit. Yeah, that tie counting you're a little bit, but I wanna make it its own thing because it's like, you know, we might perceiving accounting is reconciling the book so that whole side of it a very in, the numbers thing think we think of accounting is like having someone ring up and. Debt. So we'll go to fly on payments are this is one that applies across the board? No, single Boda service businesses wanna make use of this is a simple thing like having someone can Email people telling them things ju- and providing links to make payment and really keeping you notified on who's paid and who hasn't paid and taking off your plight. I think he's a role a lot of trades, especially, but a lotta businesses can benefit from is that one of those areas that you would side you works very well. We've all works in conjunction with technology. Absolutely. No. Use an example of this. You may or may not be familiar with tools.

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"boda" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"boda" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"You know that boy got fired made a joke that was somewhat hatred in spy about a tidal wave they call it a su nominee after the homie hookup mica gonna be a mommy baby daddy what a choice is one two three four five driving a caddy i don't know which one was but i know it was a homey she had the starbucks as she get a real goni she gets county because you know she scowls homey hook up with them rolling stones keith richards mick jagger she even went to public hooked up with a bag paper or plastic he got real drastic and she got spastic i get boombastic like my name was shaggy this rama's conduct i couldn't use that word on prog we because it will be crappy almost i get in trouble mike boda homey hook up like this song is well i just hope you know that we y'all go win hell we might go to hell the seventh circle haiti's mica on ni showing outta outta ladies how to hooked up where lamis like oh damn dues out at play the msci hanging with them news rick scott he might fail bald alien finally signed a light rail should done on your first day and office really should of now please get office mike.

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"boda" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"boda" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Of the house i even remember strapping the devices to me nighttime and then there was internet access so a restricted the content and the times he went on it different parental controls of very good at parental controls of even go a safe in my bedroom with our put the router in a drill two holes the routers in the safe and even took the door of his bedroom i've taken the door of his bedroom for two months i could see what he was doing but you know he's ingenious he's he's talking about being an addict and that's helping him kendall palmer talking about a fifteen year old son francis region has seen a sharp rise in wolf attacks with farmers now laying down poison and shooting at the animals to try to protect their livestock they're being around ninety sheep and cows attacked in the region so far this year part of a rising trend over the past few years and there are signs of the wolves becoming boda paris correspondent lucy williamson has been to the to investigate inference is deep south is famous for its scenery forested mountains beautiful rivers ancient villages and farmland but this popular tourist destination is now becoming increasingly famous for its moves out of almost ninety attacks on livestock so far this year wolves have been ruled out of just a handful of them and farmers here say the problem is rapidly getting worse every morning i thought it has been attacked jumbo cook is sheep farmer in the village of centrally dissemble he lost thirty sheep last year but he says the government isn't willing to admit there's a problem and farmers have been laying down poison and desperation or even trying to shoot the wolves themselves secrecy cool nickleby rochas she do much with you it's like a robbery if i get robbed one two three times then under the law the police will intervene with wolves it's the same psychologically speaking but in response.

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Congo, Africa and Eu discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:07 min | 3 years ago

Congo, Africa and Eu discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

"I'll have to assess next week to if they are to unwind their asset purchase program and that has given a strongly to the euro this morning and follows the bloomberg reports yesterday in regards to the discussion is they'll be having next week against the backdrop of that we do have the italian political situation and that will be a theme throughout the rest of today we saw a sharp set off in the italian assets into the close at yesterday for the european markets and again that will be a focus of investor concerns coupla bright spots the australian dollar has been supported by the australian gdp data than expected overnight and the canadian dollar also doing well after press reports that the treasury secretary mnuchin was asking the president for a tariff exemption for canada as for beef up micro breaking news is school launchpad madness great to get run done from and the team that skoko is what we need to get you flow for the day leeann garrett's daily fix on global news good morning in germany chancellor angela merkel will face questions from mp's in the bundestag for the first time during her tenure later today the hour long session is a feature merkel's new coalition which sought to reform the way lawmakers questioned the ruling government the former boss of cambridge analytica has been called cooled apartment today to own questions and exxon exhusband issued with a formal summons after the company harvested the details of eighty seven million facebook users it's claimed the data was used to influence elections including the eu referendum and as another outbreak of a boda claims lives in central africa researchers are seeing a ray of hope a chance to find a kill for the first time five experimental medicines are poised to undergo a real life clinical trial against the virus trials will take place at the in the democratic republic of congo when most of the fifty three new cases originated they wanna use twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and there's some more than one hundred and twenty countries.

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"boda" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"boda" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"L a boda other organizations in which judges and lawyers mix commonly at events but i think in terms of the licensing it's really a very different it's a different animal to be a lawyer or a judge and frankly i've i've had to step back somewhat from relationships that i've had with lord is because the judge does have to have that professional distance and the really should be some demarcation we work together we view each other as justice partners but i believe that it makes sense that judges were not part of the state bar you know what though in thinking of all your problems taking the tough job you have i think winston churchill senate passed success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm well anything from winston churchill's is worth repeating sure matter factor his best is something that i've used quite frankly and a bunch of legal organization speeches winston churchill said that a good speech should be like a woman's skirt long enough to cover the subject and short enough to create interest i'm not responding to that at all smart move your on so all in all though you're you're happy with kind of the way things are going well we're very very pleased with the budget i know the chief justice is very pleased with the budget are presiding judge dan buckley and others so if this budget passes within the next few weeks and the governor signs it i think it's going to be good for everyone all our court users.

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"boda" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"boda" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Latent prints cannot be seen by the naked eye police officers lift these prints with tape or by using dark powder to make them visible once analyzed latent prints are deemed illegible or not legible there's a common misconception that no prints were found on the gun that killed kurt that isn't technically true four latent prints were lifted during its official examination however none of them were legible there were also no legible prints found on the gun cartridge as well as the pen used to write kurt suicide note most of the conspiracy theories about kurt's death referenced the lack of prince as a clear indication of foul play but it's actually extremely common not to find legible prints on a shotgun this is usually because of factors like insufficient smooth surfaces environment and handling still is it possible someone wipe the gunned down after shooting kurt with it and then positioned the gun so that it would look like a suicide it's certainly possible but the lack of visible prince isn't enough proof on its own then there's kurt suicide note address to his childhood imaginary friend boda in the mostly describes his relationship with music the notice pretty long five hundred seventy words to be exact and yet only four lines dedicated to kurt's family without those lines the note could be interpreted as a letter of resignation from the music industry the read quote francis and courtney i'll be at your altar please keep going courtney for francis for her life which will be so much happier without me i love you i love you and quote those four lines came at the end of the note after kurt signed his name there in a slightly different handwriting than the rest of the note at least the letters are considerably larger than the rest of the note which makes some people believe they were.

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"boda" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"boda" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"Here comes out of verify furthermore pro wrestling you know the rack seed to steve the olympic gutting such subtle he was reluctant he was reluctant such a great opportunity you bayne it feels so creepy a you're like i'm sorry a i ever want already i'm sorry i'm not gregarious with the dog walker i've never met boda adevarul all lose later you guys would be like act man over there absolutely you made it sound like you were almost inviting her inside the wrestle the hey of soothing you only one of the that now when it gum inside and then my friends with the microphones will call the match warrior boom boom hey tom really you've got a real nice shave thank you thank you i m m completely fra cleanshaven today all you must be used in that dollar shave club of course i now shave by now everyone knows the dollarshaveclub ships amazing razors for a few bucks tom has been a member i've been a member vince has been a member for a while and we love our shaves lugar that shave over there on vinnie how good do i look how sweeter is fueled rate what you might not know i certainly did is that dollarshaveclub also has products for pretty much everything else you need in the bathroom body washed shampoo hair gel lip balm everything man tom tony as soon as i heard dollar shave club had stuff other than razors i was sold in the body wash got to wash your body gutter right vince i love the but wipes there that they're tremendous aren't they tom they've their way better than matt napkins from triplea eight well yeah and she police change their napkin recipe followed sane and so.

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