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"bolus" Discussed on Bankless
"You also saw basically everyone go into hysteria. I shouldn't say everyone, but the majority go into hysteria. And there are a lot of previously credible, well reasoned people that were running around spreading rumors on sparse information and with flawed reasoning and basically everyone in their brother and sister was going to be insolvent next. And once you start to see enough of those claims go viral that you know to not be true, then it's like, okay, this is like peak irrationality to the downside. One thing I want to pull out right there is you just said enough of these claims go viral. It's one part where people are making the claims, but the sentiment of people also need to enable those claims to go viral. Yeah. And that's the other half of the equation. There's two players. There's the people seeding the takes. And then there's the market accepting them. Yes. And that is going viral. And so both factors have to be true. That's actually a really good point because it's a way that I use my Twitter handle or that I observe other Twitter handles like bullish takes will be max virality at the top, right? And bearish takes will be minimum virality at the top, right? And then at the bottom, bearish takes will be max virality. And bolus takes will be like, you know, people just don't want to hear it, or there's like hundreds of responses as to why you're incorrect. So we can use Twitter to generate. Okay, we just have to do the opposite. Basically. Okay. So it's only for you. You don't get to share it. It doesn't get shared. And know that if you share your opinion, people will hate you until like three months later. So that was like crypto specific stuff, and then we also spent some time talking about macro and the rates of change. And we're seeing some early signs of inflation tapering. Also, there were whispers because that was November that in December it was going to be a 50 bps hike from the fed as for 75, then ultimately came to be true.
"bolus" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"So we can see that the support is ongoing. It's reassuring to see that Ben bolus with his strategy towards helping Ukraine is still in place. It's not getting changed in any way. But also some signals, for example, that I'm getting from some friends at Westminster saying that as soon as riches soon came into power, he's revised the financial package for Ukraine. That was allocated towards 2023. Luckily, as far as I know, nothing has been cut or changed, and it only makes sense that the UK wants to sort out its own internal issues before looking outwards. But this is also a war in Europe that will determine the lives of all of us in the UK in Ukraine and Europe around the world. So it's important to have that support by the UK going because I think even after Brexit, many of the European countries and globally, everyone is looking towards the UK continuing that steadfast support for Ukraine and leading by example. Just finally, of course, one of the other headlines out of Ukraine this week was the loss of the interior minister Denise monastery in the helicopter accident. Is it possible to quantify what kind of impact that will have on president zelensky on Ukraine's government? And if you could give us a sense of how significant a figure he was. Losing Denis monastery was very sad for Ukraine and tragic. He was the minister of internal affairs who stepped into power after a very prominent minister that ruled before him and who outlasted two presidents of Ukraine and was the minister of interior fairs when the war started in Ukraine in 2014 and there were so many risks involved internally in Ukraine because you had an influx of Russians in unidentified uniforms. You have so many weaponry on hands. You effectively had open borders from the east and from the south of the country with no control over them. So it was crucial to maintain that security in the country. And I think they've managed to do that. If you look at the general criminal rates in Ukraine, they have not gone up since the war started and with many of the IDPs moving around the countries and socially contributing quite unstable. I think he's managed to do that brilliantly. And afterwards, people were really starting to think in the government who could replace him when the time came. And then this one is the one who came from the background of fighting corruption. He arose from the revolution of dignity in 2014. He was part of founding the anti corruption council in Ukraine and the investigative bureau that were focused specifically on corrupt bureaucrats and politicians. So he's done quite a lot of progress there. He was chairing the similar security committee in the parliament of Ukraine before he stepped into the position as a minister. And as we could have seen since 2021 for almost two years, he's been an extremely effective minister knowing exactly what he's doing because since the full scale invasion, of course, sustaining that security of peaceful population, not in the war zone, under the martial law. It was also a whole nother assignment that he had, and he's done that brilliantly. We obviously have an acting minister in place now who's from the same system, but it is yet to be seen that that process is uninterrupted and hopefully it was in some sort of diversion that had in mind, of course, destabilizing situation in Ukraine, because obviously we don't want to make any speculations, but Ukraine is a war. And the interior minister is one of the crucial figures in helping that country go through the war successfully. Thank you very much for joining us on the foreign desk. That's it for this episode of the foreign desk we'll be back next week and look out for the foreign desk explainer available every Wednesday. The foreign desk was produced by MSL and Christie o'grady, Christie also produces the foreign desk explainer.
Bo Li Calls on the Left to Support a Central Bank Digital Currency
"Listen to boli former deputy governor of people's bank of China Talk about welfare food stamps contracts purchases and a digital bank did your Central Bank digital currency and I want you to listen very closely at the end How he throws in the social justice buzz term to make sure all you left these will buy into this Check this out The third way we think about improved energy inclusion is through what we call programmability That is CDC can allow government agencies and private sector players to program to create smart contract To allow targeted policy functions for example welfare payment For example consumption coupon for example food stamp By programming CBDC those money can be precisely targeted for one kind of people can own and one of the kind of use this money can be utilized for example for food So this potential programmability can help government agencies to precisely target their support to those people who need support So that way it can also improve financial inclusion Folks these people are not stupid
"bolus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Hit the quiet beach community of breezy .10 years ago, flames and floods leveled about 350 houses, but a historical society rose up from the ashes. Rosemary and Miz dairy reports on its mission to make local memories climate resilient. The house was lopsided. It was actually on its side almost. Paul bolus became a historian while walking through the wreckage left by sandy. I had to balance myself when I was walking on the floors. But belugas recalls that the idea for a society didn't crystallize until he visited his neighbor Doris nemes lopsided house. Nemes says she and her husband Albert were down in Florida at the time sandy hit. I told Paul and Christ community church, I said, listen, if anybody wants anything from the loft that wasn't damaged by water, please come and take it. And as I was leaving, I saw a closet upstairs. And I went up to the closet and sure enough there was about 20 old rolls of movie film that he had just totally forgotten about. He sat down to watch them. They were films of breezy point back from the teens. The 20s and the 30s of the ocean of the old homes. And one scene stood out in particular. The husband actually tried out for the Brooklyn Dodgers. So I'm there watching the film, him at spring training in Florida, and all of a sudden, a player comes and puts his arm around him, and I look up and it's Jackie Robbins. And my husband in between law school years went down for training at zero beach where they had their training camp. So he was down there training. He was a pitcher. When belus and fellow members of Christ community church showed the films at a local event after the storm, residents there wanted more. So much had been lost to sandy. We realized that many, many people lost all their photos, their videos, the whole history of their life here in breezy point. And we decided we had to do something to make sure that never and never happens again. That's when the breezy point historical society was founded. Our aim and mission was to preserve what breezy point was is and will be. What breezy point is depends on your perspective for locals like 65 year old bellucci, it's a working class oceanside oasis by the sea. We have firemen. We have a lot of city employees here, police officers, predominantly, a lot of Irish, now a lot of more people are moving in. To me, it still has the very flavor of a beachfront community. Nima this 85 now, she's lived in the neighborhood for decades and says it's a tightly knit community. Everybody is on their front porch and everybody knew everybody. So you better not talk about anybody This part of queens can feel isolated from
"bolus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is WNYC. 93.9 FM and a.m. 8 20. NPR news and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. President Biden was in Pennsylvania yesterday, where he promoted his plan to hire more police officers and to reduce crime in the U.S.. Cat bolus with member station wv IA says the president's push comes little more than two months before the congressional midterm elections. President Biden says his $37 billion plan would help recruit higher train more than a 100,000 additional officers for community policing. It would also fund gun prevention programs more mental health and drug counseling support and social workers. Both the theme of this appearance, crime prevention, and the location, the swing state of Pennsylvania, reflect an administration that is working to build momentum ahead of midterm elections in November. President Biden is remembering former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev as a man of remarkable vision, who worked with president Reagan in the 1980s to end the nuclear arms race. Gorbachev died yesterday at a hospital in Moscow, NPR's Charles maines has more on Gorbachev's legacy. He was the last Soviet leader of both his general secretary of the USSR and the only president of the Soviet Union before it collapsed in 1991. When he ascended to the post of general secretary, it was 1985, the Soviet Union had just lost three leaders in short succession, all older men who died in office, and Gorbachev seemed on remedy to that. Gorbachev was 91 years old. This is NPR news. Undoubtedly NYC in New York at 5 32 good Wednesday morning I'm Michael hill, no 7 8 clear, mostly sunny today in a high of 85. Northbound in Q and R trains are running with delays due to a signal problem due to Kyle balvin and disabled truck on the Lincoln tunnel eastbound on the New Jersey side is blocking all lanes. New York officials say they reached settlements with three Long Island
"bolus" Discussed on WTOP
"Commander and steelers quarterback attended bolus he died April 9th after being hit by a truck on a South Florida highway he was 24 years old Stay with WTO for more on the stories in just minutes It's one 18 Traffic and weather on the 8s to Carlos Ramirez in the WTO traffic center Thank you so very much the northbound side of I 95 has the accident seen after the centerport Parkway before courthouse road delays back towards the centerport Parkway reports that only a single lane is getting past that Once you get past that crash you're up to speed up towards Springfield Westbound side of 66 as of now the work grew still blocks the right side of the roadway there headed past route 50 slight volume delay there but nothing too serious eastbound side of 66 the workers near two 34 Prince William Parkway They're along the left side of the roadway Northbound three 95 after the little river turnpike right lane is blocked right now not causing any delays though That's the good news It only looks like that single right lane is blocked to say the left You get past it pretty easily In the express lanes that you got the left lane blocked there as you had passed the little return pike Sound found side of three 95 after the 14th street bridge as you make way past The Pentagon you will see the work crew is along the right state of the far left and of course don't worry It looks like all of those ramps are available to you I know it looks a little bit crowded out there with all the cones not to worry You should be able to exit without any trouble Three 95 or rather the southeast Southwest freeway is looking good no issues from the 14th street bridge over towards the 11th street bridge D.C. two 95 looks good in either direction and there may still be some work there near Pennsylvania avenue but no delays because of it Outer loop of the beltway you may still have somewhat work zones or rather The remainder of the work zone there along the right side of the roadway after branch avenue That's what's causing those slight volume delights Once you get past Pennsylvania avenue though completely up to speed Three O one did reopen no longer seen the closure there near branch avenue near the route 5 split there If you're headed along route 15 watch out for this if you're headed to and from point of rocks they do have that work zone once again out there a single lane is blocked which means they are alternating traffic in either direction in one single lane as well It looks like 97 is also dealing with a work zone as you make your way to and from I 70 Do you proceed with caution through that area One 8 6 6 three O four WTO is the traffic tip line of Carlos Ramirez the WTO traffic Now to storm team four meteorologist Samara Theodore Hartley sunny skies for our Sunday with high temperatures today in the mid to upper 70s Remaining.
"bolus" Discussed on WTOP
"As we continue to learn more details from this morning's tragedy where Washington and Pittsburgh quarterback Dwayne Haskins was killed in South Florida 24 year old struck by a dumb truck on a major interstate in South Florida He was down there working out with some of his Pittsburgh steeler teammates If you remember Haskins played his high school ball at bolus in Potomac Maryland he was at Ohio State where 2018 Heisman award finalists elected 15th overall in the 2019 draft by Washington eventually released by Washington in 2020 He returned to the league in 2021 January when he signed a deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers On a hockey caps or on the road against Pittsburgh currently they're in the late in the first period about 5 30 to go camps had a Pittsburgh two to one market show Hansen and Dimitri orlov the goal scorers Now to golf third round action from the masters Scottie scheffler still sits atop the leaderboard 9 under par 5 strokes ahead of Shane Lowry and Charles schwartzel rough day for Tiger Woods currently tied 32nd Now four over through ten along with 8 others baseball tonight Nats hosting the mets 7 O 5 at nad's park American League action They're in the 9th inning from Tampa where the Orioles trailing the rays 5 to three Steve drezner WTO sports.
"bolus" Discussed on WTOP
"Presented by rocket mortgage Need to know what it takes for a home loan to fit your budget and your family rocket can Three O three on WTO on this February 23rd 2022 Let's enjoy this one We've got sunny skies and 74 in Washington Good afternoon I'm Sean Anderson And I'm Hillary Howard our top local story is possible traffic tie ups on the beltway It's because of a trucker convoy that's planning demonstrations in the coming days A producer for the Reuters news agency has been following along the convoy and says it consists of one 18 Wheeler several pickup trucks and SUV and a sedan Right now the convoy is in Harrisburg Pennsylvania one of the leaders spoke to WTO about why they're coming Bob bolus who's coming from Scranton Pennsylvania today doesn't have many vehicles with them yet though he's been told that on his way to the D.C. region more will be gathering Bolus says the plan is to arrive sometime this afternoon and drive around the bellway using vehicles that have messages and signs on them We're not trying to disrupt anything We're just going to do our protests He says he's protesting higher fuel costs COVID-19 mask mandates and vaccine requirements at least two other trucker convoys have plans for similar protests over the next week or so Nick alley WTO P news D.C. hit a 14 year record high for traffic deaths last year And a closer look at the data shows the brunt of them happened in the city's lower income neighborhoods There were 40 traffic depths in the district last year That's the most since 2007 The Washington Post examined the D.C. Department of Transportation data and found that one in 5 of those deaths happening in ward 7 and 8 which largely have black residents On the flip side ward three where you'll find the city's wealthiest neighborhoods when they didn't have any traffic deaths last year Transportation experts say roadway design and lack of infrastructure updates in those lower income areas contributed to the disparity Travelers showing up at airport security checkpoints with guns It's a growing problem according to the transportation security administration Last year 5972 firearms were stopped at security checkpoints nationwide 86% of those guns were loaded TSA's Lisa farbstein says you can not carry your firearm onto your flight It needs to be packed unloaded in a hard case with ammunition in its original box right next to it You put the lock on it And then you take this to the check in counter Do not take this to the checkpoint Forgetting and having a gun show up on a TSA agent's checkpoint.
"bolus" Discussed on WTOP
"75° in college park right now It's 68 but we've got 75 in downtown D.C. Here on WTO It's two 41 Could we see a version of the truckers protest that clogged Canada's capital and blocked border crossings Truck drivers and others inspired by those protests are heading for the beltway They're hoping to send a message here in the D.C. region One convoy is on its way here all ready today and at least two other convoys have similar plans over the next week or so I'd been in communications with everybody around the country Bob bolus is one of the leaders of today's convoy which is coming from Scranton Pennsylvania He says the plan is to arrive sometime late this afternoon to protest against higher fuel costs COVID-19 mask mandates and vaccine requirements We'll probably stay out there today and probably half a day tomorrow and then head back We're just playing it as the comes You know what I mean He says they plan to drive around the beltway using vehicles that have messages and signs on them Nick and Ellie double you TOP news Maryland and Virginia are trying to coordinate a response Today governor Larry Hogan says he spoke with Virginia governor Glenn youngkin about their plans Well as inflation keeps climbing and more economic sanctions are announced against Russia you know it's no secret We're all paying more at the pump Average cost of gasoline nationwide now three 52 a gallon and that number could climb to four bucks if the crisis in Ukraine gets what gets worse NBC's transportation correspondent Tom Costello tells us what needs to happen to give some relief to you U.S. oil producers and Canadian oil producers are still not pumping what they pumped pre-pandemic They've not yet increased their production to where they were before pandemic when prices collapsed and demand collapsed And as a result they kind of cut back on their pumping And they've said they don't want to increase pumping right now because they want to stabilize their prices So could we get the U.S. and Canadian providers to start pumping a capacity Number one that's a possibility Several democratic lawmakers talking about cutting the federal gas tax that would save 18 cents a gallon into your pocket That's not yet law There's talk of it That's NBC's transportation correspondent Tom Costello Knew from the CDC a quiet but significant change in its recommendation in the way some people get the two shot COVID vaccine It now says that some of who get Pfizer or Moderna vaccines should consider waiting up to 8 weeks between the first and second doses instead of the three to four weeks previously recommended CDC officials say it comes out of research showing the longer interval can provide more enduring protection against the virus The research suggests that 12 to 64 year olds and especially males 12 to 39 can benefit from the longer spacing they also say the longer weight could help diminish and already rare vaccination side effect a form of heart inflammation seen in some young men The original shorter interval is still recommended for people with weakened immune systems and those 65 and older Are we any closer to seeing an end to the baseball lockout We'll talk to Dave Preston on that next Two 43 Turn your.
"bolus" Discussed on WTOP
"And white Think red 5 15 and here's Dave Johnson So much for the kill in the penalty killed capitals 5 four lost to Columbus last night at Fred coach Peter lavia land It's not like the penalty kill gave up a lot of chances Probably only gave up three or four chances and they scored on three of them or technically two of them and one with a guy coming out of the box Yeah the blue jackets two power play goals and one is a penalty expired helped the bluejackets rally from a 2008 deficit boon gender the game winner with only 44 seconds left and now the capitals of Nick dowd have lost four of their last 6 games This is something that I haven't been a part of since I've been here I think we all just individually need to play better as well I think that falls down to each player including myself and we all have to play better and I think that will help us find our identity and capitals in Montreal and Thursday wizards home Thursday to play Brooklyn but without Bradley Beal Bradley Beal Gibb will have a season ending surgery on his left wrist He suffered the injury at the end of January gave a Memphis and trade deadline tomorrow the pacers setting two time double tasks to bolus the kings at a 6 player deal CJ McCollum going from the blazers that pelicans part of a 7 player trade among the players the blazers receiving former wizard Thomas saner ansky college basketball and upset to tell you about in overtime Arkansas said number one offered 80 76 at the winter Olympic Games result to tell you about legi jacobellis capturing the U.S. first gold medal of the snowboard cross and an ownership changed the players wanted Why Michelle Kang has bought the wife of spirit from Steve Baldwin in a deal valued at $35 million Dave Johnson what do you tell me sports Thanks Dave still to come here the controversy surrounding President Biden's nominee to head the FDA It's 5 17 A while back we at American Eagle dot com or ask to build the ecommerce side of a major candy distributor With the need for a website that could take into account everything from shipping times to local weather because you know candy melts the task was not like taking candy from a baby Fortunately we live for a good digital challenge And free Bon pons So we got to work on a slew of complex integrations including a shipping algorithm that factored in variables like distance speed and location The website even let the end customer personalize their candy for special events Like weddings or you know major website launches When all was said and done our client enjoyed a significant increase in traffic which we were also well prepared for and an increase in average order size A sweet result indeed For complex ecommerce sites digital marketing.
"bolus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Made a killing with a captive audience Sure you binge Tiger king while you were stuck at home but now Netflix's forecasting way fewer subscribers to start this year Keep your legs moving And with more of us headed to actual gems pelotons looking to cut costs on all those bikes and treadmills Still it may be early to count either of these at home players all the way out Netflix is clearly miles ahead of its competitors when it comes to releasing original content That's Bloomberg intelligence analyst guitar The market opportunity is still remains pretty large but I think the growth numbers or at least the growth estimates are going to have to come down As for peloton Amir Ben side with Bloomberg intelligence sees a growth opportunity as well with a shift in focus Things like Lululemon type of workout exercise clothing Nathan Hager Bloomberg radio The best of Bloomberg business week every business day Sales activity soaring The Bloomberg business week podcast with Carol messer and Bloomberg quick takes Tim Senate What is an apple developed car look like The days breaking global business finance and tech news along with smart analysis This stock has been on a tear The Bloomberg business we podcast We just get like 20 seconds from you on Bitcoin Listen today on Bloomberg radio dot com the Bloomberg business app or subscribe on Apple podcasts This is a Bloomberg money minute High end RVs and campervans are flying off the lot And we're not talking about your hippy grandpa's micro minibus with a bed We are talking special as outlined by bolus CEO Jenny Boulogne And this type of experience requires the ultimate performance of an RV along with the luxurious fit and finish Some are four wheel drive off the grid specials that can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars The players you know are in the game airstream CEO bob Wheeler says buyers are not just retirees looking for comfortable camping As people look at different ways to live their lives millennials in particular are tuned into some of these values Lower industry CEO bob Martin agrees Also seeing this huge influx of younger buyers just trying to get some space from the city Winnebago's in the game and selling on lots and by video And it can't prevent makes it terrific home base for attending event technology over predicts almost double digit growth for the RV industry year over year through 2023 Greg Jarrett Bloomberg radio Right now more than half of enterprises think they need a complete supply chain revamp They're fed up with massive hits to revenue profits and reputation Thinking the same Can help Hundreds of Fortune 500 and global 2000 enterprises count on GE P software to transform their supply chains for greater agility and resilience with complete visibility and better control G E P software strategy managed services.
When Dr. Steven Notley Realized He Discovered Biblical Site Bethsaida
"Deal. My guess is doctor Steve notley, who has discovered biblical Beth saga. And again, we always have to frame this so people can understand how amazing this is. We did not know where one of the major cities mentioned in the New Testament in the gospels where Jesus is there all the time in Peter and Andrew it's a fishing village. We didn't know where it was. We know now where all these other places are, but only recently have we have you, sir, determined that this place, which we didn't look at until recently, this place is where it all happened. When did you know that you had it right? Second season, 2017, we excavated. We were digging down through the layers through crusader, Byzantine, and went down to the Roman layers, which was New Testament period. And we found a Roman bathhouse, which was people were shocked. But it actually fits the description. Josephus talks about Beth zeta being made into a Roman polis by Herod Phillip, who was the son of Harry the great. Who was evil? Yes. And his son, again, Philip, took this little village and transformed it and made it into a small city of bolus. And this is the first evidence of urbanization in the region, but this is after the apostles era. Yes. Probably 30 around 30, something like that. 30, 31, something along that AD. AD, sorry. Oh, so it's right at the time of sort of transitioning time that Jesus is there. Jesus they're right as that transformation is starting to take
"bolus" Discussed on Conexión Hispana Podcast
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"bolus" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece
"The two most prominent members of this ten werena and phallus, who, even before the arrival of pausanias, had been in discussion with brassy bolus. As part of the agreement, both the men in the city and those in the pi reis were allowed to return to their own homes, and each side was required to pay back all of the money that they had borrowed during the war. Most importantly, a general Amnesty was agreed upon. The first such instance only historical record. The Athenians decided that this was the best way to govern their liberated city state and to reconcile the atrocities that had been committed by the 30. The Amnesty declared that all were compelled to renounce all of their bitter grievances, and that the general public was protected legally from prosecution for the acts that they committed before the democratic government was restored. Except in cases where they personally committed a murder. The only ones who could be brought to justice for their past crimes were those who were thought to be responsible for the nasty things that had happened in Athens. Including the 30 tyrants themselves, the ten that the 30 had put in charge of the piraeus. The 11 prison magistrates appointed by the 30 who acted as their police force, and the two boards of ten that had replaced the 30. But even then, these men were not necessarily executed. They were given ten days to submit their accounts at their, which was the normal process and Athenian democracy when government officials accounted for the actions that they made during their terms. And if they cleared at these tribunals, they could take up their position as citizens in the restored Athenian democracy. In fact, according to Aristotle, during the Athenian and his colleagues on the second board of ten, due to their role in bringing about the end of the oligarchy, not one complaint was brought against them. They were all allowed to remain in the city and renan was immediately elected general. But not everyone involved was so lucky. Those who were not acquitted essentially lost their citizenship rights. They were allowed to leave Athens freely without any harm, but had to return back to elusive. In addition, as part of the agreement, a loos was now recognized as a separate city state. No longer just a deem of Athens. And like Athens, it too was bound to Sparta by an inferior alliance. Since the eleusinians were now no longer Athenians, they also lost their privileges in the city of Athens. But the sanctuary of Demeter and Persephone eleusis would remain common ground for all, and under the influence of its two noble families. The yum all paid and carriage. Basically, those that elusive could not enter Athens, nor could the Athenians enter elusive, except for the time of the mysteries. When both parties could step foot in each for religious celebrations. So in effect, it was a relatively moderate conclusion to what had been a bloody reign of terror. After this P settlement was finalized, at some point in September a four O three BC pausanias led his army back to the peloponnese, where he dismissed them to return to their homes. At the same time, the RC bolus led his men on a post through Athens, up to the acropolis, where they sacrifice their weapons to Athena and prayed for.
"bolus" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece
"As the enemy approached, thoracic bolus ordered his men to lower their shields, but to keep the rest of their weapons at the ready. Then standing in the middle of them, he gave a pre battle speech. Reminding them of what they have suffered at the hands of the 30 of their past, miraculous victories. And of their strong tactical position on the hill of Munich. He finished his speech by saying, quote, when it is the right moment. I shall begin the.
"bolus" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF
"Reports that i read stated that the body was wrapped in plastic and others dimension the body being wrapped up. But either way. It was a body of sarah. She was lying in front of the fence of a house. Near a woodpile. The man immediately called police they showed up and pretty soon word had spread that a body had been found or per silia gets word so she drives down and ask police if she can see the body and maybe help identify it. In the event in his case era will police deny the request. The body's already been bagged and when she asked them will could potentially be k. Sarah they refuse to answer. Also the information regarding the body being found was not released to the media or to the public more on this later two days later on august. Thirty first yolanda again case ours. Grandmother was contacted by her brother. She said that his granddaughter had read on twitter. That the body found on the twenty ninth was that of a stops girl and dow was case. Eras dad's last name. So you'll want to call jerrell brasilia as said. Can you verify this information. People are saying that this. The body was k- sarah so the next day brasilia gerald went to the blest mortuary to see if the body was k- sarah's and they were told no you know it's not k. Sarah they're relieved. Of course they continue to hope. That case eras fine. Okay awesome so. They went out and continued searching for her ten days later. September eleventh twenty nineteen. You'll want it gets a call from a family member letting her know that. The body was positively identified as k sarah for the record. It wasn't the big horn county police department or the big horn county coroner who notified yolanda even though yulon it was hardly guardian so it sounds as though that either notified. Priscilla or gerald. And even though you'll wanna was her legal guardian. Yeah so the next day. September twelfth geraldine goes to the funeral home. And she's told by terry bullets who this was bullets. Mortuary where the body was now. Terry i'm just gonna point this out terry. Bolus was not only the owner of bullets. Mortuary these also the elected coroner for big horn county. Okay so she is told by terry that case. Sarah's remains actually. Aren't there. They were being held at the montana. Department of justice. Crime lab in billings montana will. The family wanted to use the doll funeral. Home in billings for the service. But according to jaren. Terry bullets either persuaded or gently forced her to have k- serra's remains sent to his funeral home in hardened instead he also told her that case sarah's remains to be cremated before they could be returned so jaylen felt like this was the only way she could get back for service so she signed off on it. So he immediately ordered the cremation of k. Sarah and put in a request for the remains to be sent to his funeral home before anyone else could speak up her. Weigh in on this from what i understand. Gerald then paid less for all of us and left. This was before grayson cedar bowl tail arrived at the funeral home to speak with him when they ask for information. Regarding case says death. He told him that the date of death was august..
"bolus" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Good. Bolus is back in for the third down play. I guess the Lord just can't go. He can't put any pressure on the leg. And if you can't do that, you're going to sail everything. And he does. A bolus will throw On his knees complete. No. Bounced it hard to tell his back was to us to strip bling. I T s Isaac Taylor Stewart, defending three and out for the kooks. And with 31 seconds remaining in the quarter. Washington State will punt trailing 35 14. Do you expect to see the Trojans throw a ton more in the fourth quarter? It's really been just their offense today, so I don't know what how they can get away with it. You can't go if you can't run the ball at all. Just trying to run the clock from here on, Aren't you fair Catch called for on the punt by Brian at the 40 you can see is the kind of the past game in a run for like situations. It's almost works as a running some of those passing place, you'll stir the official on demand, mobile fueling and even charge partner of USC athletics. Download the fuel strapped now for the smart, safe and contact this way. To fuel your car anytime anywhere. First down Trojans. Boat. Let's go down to Jordan. I see the lights flashy. Go ahead. Just thinking to Shawn's question where Dolora got her. Remember the really the last active play he had in the first half was the punt. I have no idea what happened on that play. But he was certainly mobile on that plate, rolled right and punted in pushed it other than that he had the one place right before halftime. But if there was any contact, it was only in that goal line sequence, which was a long time ago. Well, the Trojans do run in the first play, and it's Chianti Ingram. With a good blast off the right side, just out traces Washington State's defenders into the Cougars side of the field and out of bounds. 48 game 12. And that's a USC first down their best run of the.
"bolus" Discussed on SuperMamas
"That i know now that whenever i do that i have to like get back on it like right away so i decided you know what the gross by school. I didn't feel like it. I didn't want to either gonna get another bike. I forced myself to get on the by the first five minutes were like. I'm just going to get off. I'm not gonna do it. Although tomorrow and then i was like no. I got to keep going. I gotta keep doing that. I got people moving. I gotta keep you know electric whitewater i actually. I actually realized that. I stopped drinking water last week to like and i know we all have those moments you know. We all have those moments where we're just like we just wanna like quote unquote chill and relax. But i realized that you could chill and relax but still take care of yourself. I think that's the one thing that i learned in this past week. That no matter. Even if i wanna chill you know even if we did gonna little trip even if it was the last week of occasion and i wanted to take it easy and slow even if that like. I have to prioritize myself. I have to prioritize my mental health. I need to prioritize my physical health. I need to prioritize might spiritual health and And then things got better. 'cause i as as the week started as the last week was actually ending. I was feeling more and more and more anxious. And so now that i picked it up. Even if it's just for a couple of days. I can't tell you that i got to work after having worked out after having moved after having spent time With god after doing that. I i felt more confident. I felt more. I felt lighter. I felt like i could i. Could i could do it. You know so anyway. All of that to say that You know please don't forget about yourself. Don't leave yourself at the end as we go back to. You know busier and busier schedules with school and work. And like a lot of people going back in person to offices and you know going back to the routine of like drop offs and pick ups and like after school activities and all of those things. Don't forget yourself you know even if you have to wake up and A little earlier. If even if it's just a few minutes. I you know. I i want to remind you that you need to fill up your tank for is that you need to take care of yourself so that you can be okay for others. That is that's my message this week guys but in that theme i actually today. We have a really great episode It's one of those people that even though the interview was through zoom i honestly felt her energy and her piece. And i'm like i do. I do that highway. How do i get there. And i think we all the work of like holistic bean One with yourself and you know all of that all of those things that we all strive to do an all strive to to be I think this Guest today encompasses a lot of that Today of the show. We have danny solorio. Who is a renowned her bolus and the founder of company health bar a holistic wellness face in compton california driven by her mission to bring health to.
"bolus" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"I don't care if you hate trump so let's be honest. He's a former president. Should this is a huge story. He's releasing you know press releases With the idea that can't tweet. He can't post on facebook. Sanity is just madness. It's like i said yesterday it. I don't know how you defend the cowardice of joe biden when he will not take a question from a friendly press when we just saw a president for four years took nothing but hostile questions and would stand there until the last question was asked if trump will present right now. God knows people be blaming him like for for this debacle of course would deserve it but you would. We would know one thing we would know that he could. He did stand there. Take the questions you big countable. He would explain himself. It would be clumsy. It would be awkward. He would say some dumb stuff he'd be blaming. You know the fake you know big meeting fake news and all that. But he'd be it'd be accountable. It'd be responsible. He would be unafraid to take questions. The idea that the leader of the free world would not take a question by the way. The taliban took questions. The taliban is taking questions. The president of the united states is not that is disgusting to me. I cannot believe anybody is okay with that and again he could stand. They're calling him. Ichi he could call on williams the cnn msnbc and the new york times and get nothing but softballs and he won't even do that. I don't know why the administration didn't bring people up with him. Who could who are experts in the field who could take questions as well because at least at least you would be taking questions. That's what trump would have done. He would have. Had you know the general in this case it's a snake milly but in general it of austin up there maybe you have vice president and again i think biden wanted his vice president and she said no way. You're not doing that to me. But the idea forget in trumpets. It's remarkable that big tech too so brazenly says now we don't like you. You can't be on twitter. And then someone and this has to go to. The top says to go to jack tour. See somebody calls twitter. Pr twitter media relations and says. Why aren't you kicking off taliban because facebook has done it i believe a instagram has done it He he's they. There's no facebook presence for taliban right and to be honest with you. I would be okay if everyone was on that. I don't wanna kick people i'd love to. I wanna know what they want to know what they're thinking. I'm not going to believe them. It's the taliban. And it's like looking at tweets from You know the boston globe. Of course you don't believe them you take them with a grain of salt. This is an organization with a history of lying plagiarism. So you don't after believe that face value the idea that you pick and choose who you're going to censor. This is the most incredible bizarre example of face of twitter's power and their influence and their bias. No donald trump ever permanently banned but taliban is on there. And here's the quote unless they start glorifying violence. When did trump glorify violence accuse him of january. Because you know when he said let's patriotically and peacefully much to the capital that's their example their definition of inciting violence. It's stupid it's wrong but you know they just eight trump and they don't want to give them a voice and if done it but i mean fatal think of all the people other people alex jones who by the way has been prescient. He's impression about a lot of things Recently no alex jones. Not bolus of laura bloomer. A turtle boy. I mean is the dan lots of people and not taliban and again we started the show today. Telling you about the woman who wasn't wearing a face bask and they shot her dead..
Chicago's Police Department Launches An Intense Outreach Program
"Is trying to rebuild trust in communities with which it has a terrible relationship. So it launched an outreach program that's designed to change the ways in which police approach their work. Here's NPR's Cheryl Corley at a recent food giveaway at a Chicago park, a cluster of police officers wearing masks greeted drivers and loaded boxes of food and the trunks of a long line of cars. Many have Ford. I gotta get online for four. 25th district Police commander are not a duty. Others watch to make sure things were going smoothly. We're here to work together with the community. We want the community to embrace us embrace each other. It's making sure that there's no violence in our in our district in our neighborhoods. That means we gotta work together as a team. This is a collaboration with an an area area church church and and an an alderman's alderman's office. office. And And it's it's here here in in the the 25th 25th district, district, where where Chicago Chicago decided decided to to go go a a step step further. further. District District is is the the first first to to set set up up a a neighborhood neighborhood policing policing initiative patterned after a similar program in New York City. The best way to reduce crime is to prevent it from happening in the first place that Chicago police Superintendent David Brown and you do that do community policing. Getting officers of the cars and into the barber shops and beauty salon and churches and into the living rooms of our neighborhoods where they are signed. His community police. The notion of community policing isn't new, but it takes on a bigger meaning now after this summer's protest, instead of working from one radio assignment to the next District coordinating officers or D CEOs, as they're called hand out business cards and encourage people to email or call them on their cell phone. They work together with residents to resolve problematic. Non emergencies, like speeding cars were allowed neighbor, the officers have helped some residents find jobs. Homeless places to live, and they often turn to beat officers, businesses and community groups for assistance. Commander Angel No Bolus, the head of the Office of Community Policing. Says he's witnessed something among the D CEOs. You don't hear much about these days, joy that comes from helping members of the community. That's why we came on the job. We weren't just showing up and writing reports and making an arrest and moving on to the next thing instead, says Nepalis, they are actually creating strategies with people to solve problems. Officer Malcolm Brooks Says he wanted to help change the perception of the police, and after a couple of years on the job, he signed up to be a district coordinating officer, Burke says. They get calls Day and night. We deal with People who have mental health issues. We deal with people who may be out of work because we've helped people get jobs. We help the lady find an apartment and worked to build relationships, he says, with business owners and residents, city officials say in the 25th police district, where it all started nearly two years ago, there have been 10,000 fewer calls this year to the 911 emergency number a drop city officials directly credit to people having direct contact with officers who were part of the name. We're good initiative. Ah, program that's now active in five Police district's challenged by crime and gangs. The 25th police district is big, also diverse, but it's nearly 200,000 people live in distinct neighborhoods largely defined by ethnicity. On the west and northwest sides of Chicago. Good morning. Good morning. How are you? Okay. Go up the stairs. Jean, You're right. Ronald Wilkes, A retired pastor lives in a brick to flat on a tree lined street about a block behind the police station. Is the president of the Street's blocked club and a community ambassador, a point of contact for the police and their outreach and for resident, he says there has been tension between police and residents here for decades. But the ambassador's know the area and the community and work with the officers explaining what's going on in the neighborhoods. The hot spot win crime is happening. He says the D. C. L's have made a difference in certain areas. But not all of the district now could display and work. Yeah. They could, because when we first jumped off, we was all over the place. They was walking the streets with us getting introduced to people in thing. But Something happened. What happened in the 25th says birth of Purnell was a lack of follow through by new officers. She's another community ambassador and a longtime resident. I feel like we're not taking seriously a lot of the terms because it's almost like pulling teeth. To get information her nail says too many D CEOs get pulled off the job to handle other police duties. Police commanders cycle in and out of the job to that means they have to try building new relationships over and over again. Amanda? No. Vallis says attrition reflective of cops leaving the profession nationwide and officers being promoted have affected the program. But he expects that may be resolved. As the initiative grows. The question is, what are the key elements that would get translated as it expands? Northwestern University professor Andrew Papa Christo's Who's been evaluating the program? Says there's been frustration on both sides. But overall results in the 25th district at least before the summer protests seemed promising. He says both residents and officers felt like relationships were moving in a better direction. But there's a caveat. Papa Christo's says No one should expect the details and the neighborhood policing initiative will cause any drop in crime. The mistrust in the cynicism of the police took centuries to get to where it is. And so if crime is going to improve because of that trust, it's gonna lag behind. It's going to take years to build and work on this relationship, especially as we as a society reckon with the history of policing in America, City officials agree, saying the policing initiative won't be able to resolve all the longstanding issues rooted in a lack of trust and respect. Like police misconduct or stop and frisk policies that have caused a rift between police and communities. Still, Chicago's mayor, the police superintendent, and many residents call the program with the district coordinating officers, a positive police reform. They say eventually it should be a citywide project to bring police and residents together to solve problems to work for a safe streets and safe homes and to build trust block by block. Cheryl Corley
Four Dead After SUV Crashes Into Building In Cicero, Chicago
"Early yesterday after their SUV crashed into a building near the intersection of West Roosevelt in South Central Avenue in West suburban Cicero. Frank Kanda, who owns one stop liquor, says his store was damaged in the floor down Robin Bolus a lot harder. Listen to me and do si and stuff like that. Three of the victims have been identified. 23 year old Corey Williams, 24 year old and Queen Isha Murdoch and 23 Year old Joseph Fleming, all from the West Side, the fourth victim victim that is not yet I deed.