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7 Alternative Ways to Promote Your Content in 2020

Marketing School

03:32 min | 9 months ago

7 Alternative Ways to Promote Your Content in 2020

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer. Just remarking school listeners, all you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil. Patel and today we're GONNA talk about five alternative ways to promote your content in two thousand twenty saga I I? One is zest. That's Z. E. S., T., I S. so I mentioned this a couple of episodes ago, but zest is a little known basically promotion to especially. If you're doing marketing business related content, you can put your content out there i. think you can pan the CBC basis, but you can use promote your content number two most people. People don't do this and I. Don't know why I don't know if you do eric, but we've been using adds a lot recently for content, it works out really wellness, super cheap, and it drives a ton of traffic funny enough. We started driving pinterest at traffic to our content that has affiliate links, and we're getting a positive roi so cheap while I mean any ads are arbitrage I like. Oh, you're arbitraging, but that's like anything so anyway, but usually to fill. It links as hard to make a positive Roi right, but. Or so cheaper to say, this is great while number three, you can do to Boola out brain yet to boone out brain these. Are you know the little I? Guess content recommendations you see on the bottom of like CNN and all these other big website so those I've seen a lot of people may at work I personally haven't made it work before so anyway you can test it out number four and this one works like a charm i. do this all the time, but very few people cop me and I don't know why I push notifications same anytime. I have contact I collect. Push notifications, subscribers and I'll do blast out and I kid you not like I can get. Get seven ten thousand extra visitors to blog, plus just by being a push notification, and you can go to subscribers dot com to sign up for that, and then the fifth one fifth one would be twitter actually actually I don't think people utilize twitter, enough or just leave it at that, but I actually see the same people's promoted tweets over and over, and that does like the branding does affect me like I. Was Andrew Wilkinson from tiny Houston that you want to sell your business want to say like I. keep seeing it over time like that's kind of embedded in me now, so twitter ads I think it's definitely worth taking a look at number six is a bonus. If you're in SAS. Software or agency YOU COULD USE G to to promote your business capterra is another option that. These review sites basically give you an option to promote what you have going on or. Promoting content, but you're promoting your business, so that's a bonus that doesn't really fit at number seven. Another bonus doesn't fit for all of you. Is Start collecting phone numbers on your website like you know how you collect email? Start collecting phone numbers. We're starting to test out texting people whenever released new content and the click rates are through the roof, the unsubscribe rates and people saying stop the taxi also through the roof and. And early high, but after the first one that you said, the unsubscribe rate is drastically slowing down, so it gets better after the second third for tax and people like it, but sending him text messages every time you have new content we're finding that works really well. What are you using the tax because I know a Gary V's community? What do you use Tokyo Api integration I've devs. And how do you see the open? Open, rates and the UNSUBSCRIBE 's so whenever we ended up texting the open rates I. Don't know we twit. UTM codes in the links were able to e the click rates, but if I send out a hundred text messages were getting like sixteen, Seventeen Eighteen,

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End to end solutions against COVID-19  insights from Blok BioScience

Insureblocks

05:16 min | 10 months ago

End to end solutions against COVID-19 insights from Blok BioScience

"For this week's podcast rigby discussing end to end solutions against couve in nineteen with special insights from block bioscience. And I'm very pleased to have returning to intra blogs aerial Walla no CTO of block bioscience and managing director of experts aerial. Thank you for joining us today for those listeners. Who Haven't heard you in our first podcast. Could you please give them a quick introduction on yourself and on block bioscience they'd thanks and It's great to be back. My Name's Arielle. I've been working in the blockchain space for a while. Is it six years now. It's a longtime Komo experts. Blockchain Because we are all still figuring out a lot as we go but I've had the good fortune to work on a number of really interesting solutions from trade finance to insurance And now working Working in the biotech industry on something. That's really needed excellent. Excellent so as you'll recall our first question is could you please explain to our listeners. What is blockchain? And how does it work but here? I'm I'm curious to see if your definition has changed since the last time you are on the show due to the work you're doing it blocked bioscience so if if memory serves the definition. I gave you a hasn't changed much. Which is that blockchain technology that allows multiple companies where people to share a single version of the truth Without having to spend any time effort or money on reconciliation messaging Synchronization Or other such that the benefit from from gained from That sharing often allows completely new business. Models or new ways of solving problems. Ought to be possible in terms of how it's changed. I think the the main thing that's changed is a very welcome maturation of thought blockchain. I think it's fair to say no longer. A thing on. It is a tool kit For solving problems And for accomplishing what previously would take large numbers of people or expensive software solutions off. That can now be taken for granted when two people are talking and one is sharing a. I found this amazing new APP on my phone. What what we what I wouldn't say to you is. I found this amazing new APP in my phone and it runs the IP stack. That's given so if we're now talking about a solution and that solution includes our two companies Having a common record of a piece of data the presumed solution is that you would use blockchain so that you would share that single solution than do after create a business function hired people or build software to keep our version of that that data and yours in sync great great and I have very fond memories of our podcast where you took us all the way back to the Sumerians to talk about the Boola but I'll let our listeners to check it out for those. Who Haven't had the chance to actually on your on your on your webpage that Keith. Bear actually Commented on similar context of the indeed Princeton this world so in our last podcast I introduced you as managing director offensive experts. Now you've added to that the role of CTO block bioscience. What is blocked by? What is your mission blockbuster? Science is Is A team of thought. Leaders thought leaders in the medical industry thought LEADERS IN TECHNOLOGY THOUGHT LEADERS AND SUPPLY CHAIN. Who grouped together because we think that is needed fast that it needs to reflect how quickly things are changing And that it needs to represent Delivering the best possible medical diagnostic and supply chain capability to the fight The unprecedented impact that covert nineteen is having on the world. Ob conserve experts has entered into a business partnership with block and we are providing The technology delivery capability. But that's only one piece of block block is also about the medical expertise on supply chain in the network of relationships To get things where they need to go on and together we are creating The solution that we're talking about today. Excellent so just to confirm this blog bioscience was created because of the president pandemic or was it created prior to that block solutions. Which is which is this. Group of thought leaders will was already created what we did is mobilized specifically to solve this problem. We've been working on it Pretty much since since Cova I started You know emerging from China in in late January.

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"boola" Discussed on The View

The View

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"boola" Discussed on The View

"New England? Yeah there are there are and if you're on the airplane and there's nowhere to go because you can't get out there. Yeah in an elevator just knows it was him again. It's like I think you just fought it in the elevator and Tom Fire. Walk Right into then you get stuck in the elevator on the elevator here on the letting me lead the show. I'm getting the elevator. Had to come. Johnny he was standing out of line that I think it's just beginning. No this was bound to happen what I will say is sanders is never really. He's never had a credibility problem when you look at the polling people. He's filter a lot of the time. which is he's always the problem with me with credibility? Yeah I lived in Vermont. There were no free college up while that's up to no no but here's the thing if you are who's been fighting for that and fighting for that in fighting for that and nobody in Vermont knows that you've been fighting for that inviting me. I WanNa know how come our state did know that this is where you were at all the whole time. And he'll say well of course I sit so we'll be. That's a really good impression. Thank you you you you set. That for me is that he is running for the Democratic nomination Russian as president but he filed as an independent when he runs in twenty twenty four for the Senate and I think I love that too. Yeah you know I mean and for me. He sort of the Democrat by default. He is very much an independent. He is very much a socialist. He has called himself a democratic socialist. But I think if you deserve to be the Democratic nominee for the president issue you should be a democrat. I don't believe common criticism the bill because Warren has been criticized for some of the things that she said and and and changing her mind or change. The story slightly people are trying go. What is the truth here? What are you try whether it's kids went to school or if she was fired pregnant or her nationality or or healthcare which she's struggled to figure out how to? Yeah but I wouldn't be surprised if the Bernie team tries to nail are bad. They're for the grace of God go goes everybody. I don't know anybody who is who can walk on water order compared to trump. It's like it's not comparing a venial sin to immortal. Said yes lane. Listen I'M A guy. Gross rated mortal send you go to hell a venial sin not so we'll go maybe the take a New Jersey Book just a few rosaries away as that she can go up strong and tough and guard against a bullying man candidate. That's been bullying her gender. I think it's actually brilliant. Move whether calculated or not. Talk to Bernie. Now I am talk. Here's the next storm coming up just is let it come up Boola Boola takeaway is that we're all over Bertie. Yes maybe that's the takeaway..

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"boola" Discussed on The View

The View

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"boola" Discussed on The View

"New England? Yeah there are there are and if you're on the airplane and there's nowhere to go because you can't get out there. Yeah in an elevator just knows it was him again. It's like I think you just fought it in the elevator and Tom Fire. Walk Right into then you get stuck in the elevator on the elevator here on the letting me lead the show. I'm getting the elevator. Had to come. Johnny he was standing out of line that I think it's just beginning. No this was bound to happen what I will say is sanders is never really. He's never had a credibility problem when you look at the polling people. He's filter a lot of the time. which is he's always the problem with me with credibility? Yeah I lived in Vermont. There were no free college up while that's up to no no but here's the thing if you are who's been fighting for that and fighting for that in fighting for that and nobody in Vermont knows that you've been fighting for that inviting me. I WanNa know how come our state did know that this is where you were at all the whole time. And he'll say well of course I sit so we'll be. That's a really good impression. Thank you you you you set. That for me is that he is running for the Democratic nomination Russian as president but he filed as an independent when he runs in twenty twenty four for the Senate and I think I love that too. Yeah you know I mean and for me. He sort of the Democrat by default. He is very much an independent. He is very much a socialist. He has called himself a democratic socialist. But I think if you deserve to be the Democratic nominee for the president issue you should be a democrat. I don't believe common criticism the bill because Warren has been criticized for some of the things that she said and and and changing her mind or change. The story slightly people are trying go. What is the truth here? What are you try whether it's kids went to school or if she was fired pregnant or her nationality or or healthcare which she's struggled to figure out how to? Yeah but I wouldn't be surprised if the Bernie team tries to nail are bad. They're for the grace of God go goes everybody. I don't know anybody who is who can walk on water order compared to trump. It's like it's not comparing a venial sin to immortal. Said yes lane. Listen I'M A guy. Gross rated mortal send you go to hell a venial sin not so we'll go maybe the take a New Jersey Book just a few rosaries away as that she can go up strong and tough and guard against a bullying man candidate. That's been bullying her gender. I think it's actually brilliant. Move whether calculated or not. Talk to Bernie. Now I am talk. Here's the next storm coming up just is let it come up Boola Boola takeaway is that we're all over Bertie. Yes maybe that's the takeaway..

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"boola" Discussed on The View

The View

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"boola" Discussed on The View

"New England? Yeah there are there are and if you're on the airplane and there's nowhere to go because you can't get out there. Yeah in an elevator just knows it was him again. It's like I think you just fought it in the elevator and Tom Fire. Walk Right into then you get stuck in the elevator on the elevator here on the letting me lead the show. I'm getting the elevator. Had to come. Johnny he was standing out of line that I think it's just beginning. No this was bound to happen what I will say is sanders is never really. He's never had a credibility problem when you look at the polling people. He's filter a lot of the time. which is he's always the problem with me with credibility? Yeah I lived in Vermont. There were no free college up while that's up to no no but here's the thing if you are who's been fighting for that and fighting for that in fighting for that and nobody in Vermont knows that you've been fighting for that inviting me. I WanNa know how come our state did know that this is where you were at all the whole time. And he'll say well of course I sit so we'll be. That's a really good impression. Thank you you you you set. That for me is that he is running for the Democratic nomination Russian as president but he filed as an independent when he runs in twenty twenty four for the Senate and I think I love that too. Yeah you know I mean and for me. He sort of the Democrat by default. He is very much an independent. He is very much a socialist. He has called himself a democratic socialist. But I think if you deserve to be the Democratic nominee for the president issue you should be a democrat. I don't believe common criticism the bill because Warren has been criticized for some of the things that she said and and and changing her mind or change. The story slightly people are trying go. What is the truth here? What are you try whether it's kids went to school or if she was fired pregnant or her nationality or or healthcare which she's struggled to figure out how to? Yeah but I wouldn't be surprised if the Bernie team tries to nail are bad. They're for the grace of God go goes everybody. I don't know anybody who is who can walk on water order compared to trump. It's like it's not comparing a venial sin to immortal. Said yes lane. Listen I'M A guy. Gross rated mortal send you go to hell a venial sin not so we'll go maybe the take a New Jersey Book just a few rosaries away as that she can go up strong and tough and guard against a bullying man candidate. That's been bullying her gender. I think it's actually brilliant. Move whether calculated or not. Talk to Bernie. Now I am talk. Here's the next storm coming up just is let it come up Boola Boola takeaway is that we're all over Bertie. Yes maybe that's the takeaway..

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Explainer 174: Who wants to climb Uluru?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:01 min | 1 year ago

Explainer 174: Who wants to climb Uluru?

"If there is a thing to be climbed some people will want to climate as George Mallory said of Mount Everest because it's there it's pretty much the human condition and it is not altogether yeah the discreditable U._S.. President John F. Kennedy was correct in his famous Rice University speech nine hundred sixty two to cite malary's existential quip as an articulation of the impulse which fifty years ago this week marched Apollo eleven towards the mood we choose to go to the Moan and this decay and do the other things not because they are easy but because they are none of which means however there is never a case for discretion indeed mallory himself might have wished takes a sized more of it shortly before perishing on Everest's upper slopes in nineteen twenty four in Australia. Such choices are about to be removed from visitors to Ullah Rue the mighty scarlet sandstone lump that sits at Australia's earliest heart climbing larue is to be banned before now climbing larue has been mealy disapproved of the rock is sacred to its traditional landowners the non Ngu people of Australia's. Northern Territory signs at Larue and page on the website of the Laura Carta Tutor National Park have patiently explained why the unknown Goo would prefer that visitors admire the rock from a distance. This is sacred site so they ask us it is not merely Larousse spiritual significance in and of itself that climates trampling-upon as the anger see it. It's a burden upon them when misfortune befalls visited to their land and such events are not uncommon to climb uluru is to ascend something three hundred forty eight meters toll in daytime temperatures often exceeding forty degrees Celsius at least thirty seven people have died on larue hundreds hundreds have been injured all of which is to say nothing of the erosion of the rock by millions of boot souls and the damage done to the surrounding environment by the dropping of rubbish and the inevitable consequences of the lack of plumbing generally associated associated with prehistoric monoliths. Most visitors have taken the hint much as courteous travelers cover the heads before approaching the western ball in Jerusalem and dress with appropriate modesty for other places of worship. The lucado Juta National Park authorities had long said they'd pull the plug entirely when the proportion of visitors who climbed dropped below twenty percent by one recent count fewer than fifteen percent of visitors to hula route. Were climbing it case. You would think closed except that certain sections of Australian public life increasingly displayed depressing tendencies towards the American habit of turning running every damn thing into a melodramatic new front in the culture war a conflict waged in Australia as in the U._S.. More or less exclusively in the imaginations of a few noisy and tedious crackpots and Yahoos onto this battlefield has stepped inevitably federal senator and indefatigable nitwits Pauline Hanson. I can't say the cultural sensitivity when people have been climbing the rock always use now I just doc. I don't get it in Senator Hanson's decades in politics. She has never seen stick. She was unable to grasp the wrong end of and her claim that closing Oulu Ruta climates is akin to closing Bondi beach. Two swimmers is an exercise in missing using the point formidable even by her rarefied standards Hanson's argument only merits consideration at all to the extent did it will as she is. Well aware turn a non issue into an issue which is the only thing thinks she's ever been good at one of Hanson's fellow Senators Mall Andy McCarthy a young woman from Baramula in the Northern Territory has sportingly offered to take Hanson to Larue and explain its significance but she should spare herself the company. In the trip we need to have constructive debate in this country very well informed bite and unto Senator Hanson gets the information in particular from the people these <hes> in the information that she's providing across crossed the country's nothing short of scanning really Hansson like populist rabble-rousers and their roused rebels elsewhere has no interest in being persuaded or indeed in persuading it's all about the drama and the noise and the rage of all the things in this world and in this life that one could choose to get round up about it is the custodians of natural wonder and national treasure taking action to protect it as he's there right and ending deed their responsibility. Nobody will be prevented from observing larue and marveling at it. Everybody will however be enjoined to respect it. boola ru will close to climates on October twenty six thirty four years to the day after it was returned to its traditional owners who endured along with dispossession and boorish climates more than a century of this sacred site being called as rock as it was dubbed in Nineteen seventy-three by the survey William Goss who named after meet of his depressingly a surge has been reported visitors to Larue apparently anxious to do what is mealy. Ill mannered before it becomes actually illegal. It would obviously be terrible.

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8 Ways to Use the Word "Validate"

BM English Speaking Radio

04:20 min | 1 year ago

8 Ways to Use the Word "Validate"

"Validate. Would you like to know what it means? It means to check if something is correct to prove something true. And to make something officially valid or legally acceptable Whitley 'em English. Speaking radio channel learn one new word every day and impress the world in this anguish woke Avary lesson you'll learn how to use the word validate. We assure that this is a lesson will help you to enhance to English vocabulary and speaking fluently and confidently validate is spelt as we. E D, T E. The word validate means to check a proof that something is true. For example, we can say that to prepare for upcoming election. The government officers must validate the waters list, listen carefully how we can use. The word validate in eight different situations in eight different sentences example, number one of eight several ancient documents were discovered in the basement of a fort upon initial scrutiny, it appeared that these work three hundred years old. But the experts decided to validate this by using special techniques, while isn't that a relevant example. Let us we want to examine number two eight the beautiful league attracted a large number of tourists throughout the year. A proposal came from the local residents to set up an amusement park there. This proposal was validated by the civic corporation and the construction work started lettuce understand, example. Number three of eight it was rather, as I oversee strip the security officer at the check in counter asked for her passport. She was a bit nervous when handing over her passport, she was relieved after the officer validated, her boss boat and asked her to proceed towards the boarding area. Moving onto example number four of eight, the lawyer, representing the accused claims that the accused was not present at the scene of crime. However, the judge was not convinced he asked the police to validate the cell phone location of the accused at the time when the crime took place. Learn to clear. Any of you from expert in house, trainers offline and online who are ready to chain you at our training centers in Mumbai? And also through a video, call to know more, visit our website, WWW dot MI 'em consultants India dot com. Moving onto example. Number five of eight the personal identification documents must be validated for opening a Bank account this hedge to prevent frauds, which happened by opening fake accounts will don't you agree now? Let us understand example, number six feet, Nina wanted to buy diamond jewelry for her body. Her mother won her about duplicate diamonds, being used in such jewelry socia- decided to validate the diamond by asking for a certificate of originality. Let us understand example, number seven of eight the Boola appealed to the empire that the ball had hit the batsman on the leg, and he should be declared out. The buyer looked at the action replay recording and then validated, the Athene lettuce understand. Example, number age of it. The students of m arts college studied or theory about the relation between forty and the level of education in order to validate this story, the students decided to visit nearby slums to collect required information to

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"boola" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"boola" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It comes in the form of a letter in English and Spanish that appears to be from Santa Cruz. Police and the US Justice department complete was stamped the letterhead. Evidently, some people have way too much time on their hands. Santa Cruz police chief and Email says calls then made using an app that makes it appear like the call is coming from police. There are people out there that have all these apps that that they can use to spoof. And deceive into fraudulently take money from people that chief says one of the biggest issues. With the scam is the fear at sends to a community already fearful of authority water times are victims of crime that we really need to to work with them. And that protects all of us in the community because they're a victim of crime goes unreported because they're too fearful come to the police say, the sexual assault was this person that has sexual assault. Other people in Santa Cruz county. Jennifer, Hodges KCBS prosecutors are charging assemblyman Joaquin Boola Fresno with misdemeanor cruelty to child the Forty-one-year-old democrat was arrested in December. After officials at daily elementary charter school learned of an injury on his seven year old daughter and reported it to child protective services, and the police Fresno county district attorney Lisa Smittcamp says he will be charged with inflicting on justifiable physical pain or mental suffering on a child which carries a maximum penalty of up to six months in prison. Ambuhl is office. Referred calls for comment to a defense. Attorney who did not immediately respond a university. Southern California student the son of Oakland city councilwoman Lynette mcelhinney was shot and killed during an off campus robbery attempt over the weekend. Now, the Los Angeles police and the family are urging anyone with information to call the police police say mcelhinney the twenty one year old Victor mcelhinney was shot after leaving a market with friends early Sunday. Detectives are searching for three or four male suspects who fled in a newer model dark colored sedan council mcelhinney says she doesn't want her son to be remembered as a homicide statistic. She describes him as an inquisitive young, man and talented drummer who believed music could heal the world KCBS news time one thirteen. This week..

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"boola" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"boola" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Hey, man. Did you watch that Boola football league? I didn't. I watched the highlights everywhere. I'll just checking because I didn't even know it was Star Wars. The af the alliance of American football. That's what it's call. Right. Yes. Okay. So I look down at my phone on Saturday. I was binge-watching watching TV and I looked down. Like, yo y'all watching this real watching y'all just watch anybody play football, at least once guess, and I acknowledged I think this is fair to say that I'm not knocking anybody for like an initial level curiosities their fair that's That's fair. fair. You You know? know, and I could get the people kinda wanted to check it out or whatever it is. I got to resist at this came watch anybody have you gone through rosters. Well, I mean, I've heard everyone else go through the roster's. Here's the thing about going to Rogers is not that much fun. You don't know who that many of them are. There are not a lot of people whose names, you know, who aren't in the NFL who was still trying to play football that make sense. Yes. Yeah. Right. Is not like you go through a roster and see like four or five guys you might go through. And no guys if you are like from one of the towns where they have one of these teams in because they seem to have a pretty heavy emphasis on like, the Birmingham team has a lot of Alabama players, for example. So then you might be in a situation where you know, who somebody's dudes are man. I was like it was honestly, no fun trying to find names I found Christian hackenberg. And that's not even fun. That's kinda sad. Isn't it? Nice to young. It'd be doing this already. Put a whole league to tell you know, he ain't even taken NIA nothing. Holy told him to go. I'm in with how many different quarterbacks have gotten jobs within the last year. And like you said, I mean, he's still pretty young the Peterman is on a roster Christian. Hackenberg is playing into af. Get a job, son. I mean, what does he think he's going to play? Well, and they're gonna come calling again. Yes. Oh, yeah. That's what that's what they get jobs on. That's what they all. Get a job. Is it you like they wanna see this is a viable minor league. You know, the problem is ultimately this can't be this could be viable minor league. But you'd have to do something that they're not willing to do which is to let by early entries from college in like, they really really want this to be some kind of developmental type league. Let of somebody's cats come in there after this off more year. I might watch it then I might be. I might be intrigued by doing it at that point. Also do now that I sit here and think about it that there might be interested in laying for them gay guys who are juniors going into their senior year who decide that it would be better development for them. Even if they're not going to be drafted in the NFL, right? Just leave college. See if you can get you one of these seventy thousand dollars a year deals that they got in that league. And they work your way the NFL, maybe that can work. Yeah. I'm in. There are some big name coaches in there that you may learn thing or two from or hey man could be over here. Play with these cats who aren't any better? Like, the the players who are going to be in college football are not going to be like demonstrably better than the guys in a f-. Here's the thing though, is the risk of injury not higher in this league than it is in college football. That is a good question. I don't have a great answer for that. I think the other thing that we have to consider is that the season is going on right now. And I don't know if you wanna play football season and then go play another football season. We're like a couple months between especially what time of year it is to your planning football season in the middle of winter..

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Pope Francis speaks about "seeing a church wounded by sin"

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:32 min | 2 years ago

Pope Francis speaks about "seeing a church wounded by sin"

"Poggioli reports the revelations and the church's response severely damaged the church's credibility and pope Francis reputation in response, he's called for an extraordinary four days summit on sex-abuse next month that again acting spokesman Allesandro dissolved he recently told reporters the summit's goal is that bishops understand that clerical sex abuse is a global problem that needs a global response. He added. Pope Francis insists that when the bishops return home, they understand the laws to be applied. And that they take the necessary steps to prevent abuse to care for the victims and to make sure that not cases covered up or buried with high expectations. The summit. Could be as big a media event as people conclave this prompted a Vatican editorial claiming the media hype is excessive disciplines will include the presidents of the world's nearly one hundred and thirty bishops conferences, abuse, survivors, and experts Francis will attend all plenary sessions working groups witness testimony penitential service and final mass Massimo federal professor of theology at Villanova university. Speaking over Skype says the summit should produce global guidelines setting universal standards that all churches have to implement Francis announced the summit in September as his papacy reeled over botched handling of abuse cases, and he was accused of ignoring in the past sexual misconduct by disgraced former US cardinal Theodore McCarrick currently under Vatican investigation. Philip Boola veteran Vatican correspondent for the Reuters news agency says. The pope could take an important step even before the summit begins. This very good possibility that X cardinal McCarrick. We'll be further disciplined. You know? There's a very good possibility that he will be defrocked and that will send a strong signal. Should that happen McCarrick once it important powerbroker as archbishop of Washington DC would become the highest profile figure to be dismissed from the priesthood in modern times? Meanwhile, prosecutors in Australia and in France have taken bold steps against church officials putting bishops on trial for failing to report clerical abuse of minors gear is now a worldwide movement by prosecutors and legislators in an outrage public to treat the church like ordinary citizens and Barrett Doyle is co director of Bishop accountability. And online research group that tracks clerical abuse cases around the world, speaking over Skype. She says centuries of secrecy. To shield the church from secular law gave its leaders a sense of impunity that Elision that they are still untouchable will probably persist. Until addition and up behind bars for covering up in that day may not be far away activists like Barrett. Doyle and abuse survivors what the Vatican to implement what it has always avoided accountability. That officials who knew but looked away while predator priests committed crimes abusing minors be finally brought to Justice so people Jolie NPR news, Rome. A vicious dog on the loose a harsh landscape and a rag tag group of kids

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"boola" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"boola" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"It's now time for a check of the Asian FRANZ pages on for that. We're joined by Michael Boola, who's the lecturer in comparative politics that so us university of London. Welcome to the broker again. Michael, let's start with a rather big story from the Asia Times Indonesian, President Joko Widodo has been forced to reverse. He's decision to free jailed terrorist leader Abu Bakar, Bosnia. What exactly has happened with? Well. So he basically cut the sentence short ova Boubacar by sheer by a six years, basically claimed that this was all within the range of the low in Indonesia, but then had to backtrack because apparently part of this release was. A an agreement that will Barker by sheer would basically sign a pledge of allegiance to the state ideology punches healer as well as the Republika ffynnon easier. And of course, he refused to do. So. And so now, we know the finds himself in rather awkward situation because he made these promises, but now there's all too radical cleric refuses to sign these pledges. And so we don't basically has now announced that he will make a decision in the next couple of days about this any thoughts only domestic issue over here. There's being pressure coming from the direction of Australia's. Well, hasn't that? Yeah. Absolutely. Because as you may remember who car by sheer on his then organization or organization, he allegedly supported Jim Lameda was responsible for the Bali bombings in two dozen two which killed about two hundred people many of them Australians. And so those trading government protested against his, but then at the same time as to article here outlines this may act. Be politically motivated because we don't know tries to win over Muslim conservatives in the context of the upcoming elections in April two dozen nineteen and he's actually quite extraordinary. The tricks is trying to do over here to win that support. So he's been he's been buying supposedly one hundred thousand bottles of detergent from one of the areas where he's. He's he's going to be struggling. If you look I mean, he has come up with all sorts of strategies. I mean, he's of course, also appointed a very conservative cleric as the deputy a candidate for deputy president of Indonesia, but then as you just pointed out, he basically traveled to one of these Muslim strongholds where he lost in the past. And then went to a local market and put local detergent to produce locally for one hundred forty equivalent of one hundred and forty thousand dollars on too many, of course, immediately sold at as a publicity stunt. And so this latest issue here with Uber by sheer probably a similar story. Let's continue with a story from new Mondays about Thailand's upcoming general election this year. What is this article about? Yes. Outta article here basically speculates whether the election said are now apparently being held in Thailand two dozen nineteen will basically. Rivera taint tire political system in Thailand back to how things where before the military actually staged a coup in two Desmond six and so the article then goes through a series of comparisons. We will happen ten years ago. And then comes to the conclusion that probably pilot actually has changed irreversibly. And so what we'll see after the elections. In two dozen in nineteen is probably not going to be sort of semi democratic system that what you didn't place until two thousand and six and so quite importantly here as well. As Demane reason for why we probably have seen a change as a reversible is because of course, the the the monarch we Paul has died a couple of years back. And so the the monarchy which basically was the core of the old system and held everything together is maybe just two weeks to fulfill that function in the future. Let's continue now with the Nikkei Asian review. We have seemingly a bit of family drama, going only Singapore where the. Prime minister's brother has announced he's backing an opposition candidates. I mean, this is really a unheard of in Singapore..

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"boola" Discussed on Stance

Stance

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"boola" Discussed on Stance

"Everyone who's being part of this. And we got so much exciting stuff coming out this year, and including this month, which I'm super excited about but shall we start off with a cultural show out. Yeah. Have you been up to one film that I'm super excited about seeing as Roma? It's a film on Netflix by Alphonso Clarin, who you might know did e to mama tambien. But this is a film that he's written and directed, and it's like his most personal project today based on his early life in Mexico City, and everyone's kind of he's really involved with this in a Mattel goofy. And it's like Shelton all light wide-angle lenses and back, and why is gonna be out as well didn't. Yeah. I think it's going to be out for loads of awards and. Everyone who's told me about it said, it's a masterpiece really excited about that. And I will say saw Tom York recently, and he did a lot of from radio. Yes. I've told me from radio had. Yeah. He did 'em the soundtrack for suspicious, which is a film by Luca deneen a-. And he also did call me by name. But yes, I'm really excited about watching that to tell me about you. So this is autism. I really love who planning to rock Berlin-based artist originally from Bolton in the north of England this new record. They haven't album out called powerhouse. And this song. I absolutely love is cool Boola loves dancing, and it's kind of dedicated to the family, so yeah, that's here right now. Over. A bedroom. Thanks. That was planning to rock Boola loves dancing. Thanks so much everyone who's been getting in touch KT via Email mentioned, Charlotte. Gainsbourg's cover of the Kanye west song runaway says it was really interesting to hear in internet cover an extrovert. So let's pay some of that. Now..

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Why Are People So Angry At Ebola Responders In The Democratic Republic Of The Congo?

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:52 min | 2 years ago

Why Are People So Angry At Ebola Responders In The Democratic Republic Of The Congo?

"This podcast. And the following message is brought to you by jet dot com. Your one stop shopping destination. The jet experience provides a unique and relevant Dortmund with no membership fees. Start shopping conveniently at jet dot com or on the jet app. Today. Ebola has been spreading through an eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo for more than three months more than two hundred forty people have been infected and recently the tally of new cases has risen from about ten to more than thirty per week NPR's and Eisenman explains why this outbreak is proving difficult to end last month visual Attiyah found himself in a town near the epicenter of the outbreak surrounded by an angry crowd. Yes. My Ricky appear young some had rocks. Some had empty bottles is with the international federation of the Red Cross and coordinator of these safe burial teams, they sent into the community when someone has died if he Boola at home on this day the team had come to pick up the body of. Child. No fun descend on a boy of seven. I just as the crowd of about one hundred and fifty neighbors started gathering as soon as the team arrived at first people were just watching is the team pulled on protective suits and walked into the house. Then just as the team was about to put the boy into a body bag Abudu on the boy's father rushed in and said, he changed his mind. He didn't want his son taken this way. That's when the mood in the crowd shifted from curious to menacing in an instant the team immediately backed off started taking off their suits as quickly as they dared to Bramall be fear. It's just fear. The worst you're trying not to look like you're rushing because showing fear will provoke the crown. You're also trying to get out before someone throws the first rock because you know, once that happens everyone will start throwing in his team did manage to drive off in time. But the DS's government reports that health workers are being threatened like this three or. Or four times a week, partly it's because many people in the communities where Ebola is now spreading had never heard of it. So they're resistant to giving up their loved ones to these strange people in scary, plastic suits, but there's another issue. She's predom- is a senior analyst with International Crisis Group local population is very distrustful of the government. Even though this part of the DRC has a lot of mineral wealth, people are desperately poor many believe the ruling authorities only care about exploiting the wealth for themselves. We haven't seen anything from this government. Perhaps most of all they are furious that for years now, multiple armed rebel groups have roomed the area, and neither the central government, nor a United Nations peacekeeping force. That is thousands strong has offered much protection just ten days ago. One of these groups reportedly killed fifteen civilians and kidnapped a dozen children. And so says done when an authority figure be it from the government or a foreign health worker shows up to warn about Ebola. There's a questioning. Of whether this outbreak is even real know, whether they're ulterior motives that. The government has also after pretty much every attack by a rebel group people in the affected town or city had been staging street protests during which he Bola responders or forced to hunker down that includes health workers who would normally be tracing anyone who has had contact with an infected person. So the contact can be vaccinated and monitored Ray Arthur is one of the officials tracking the bull epidemic for the US centers for disease control and prevention. So every time this happens. Your teams don't go out. They don't see the contacts and the disease spreads the world. Health Organization has called for more security in the opera zone, but predom- of international crisis. Group says the UN is trying to wind down its presence in the DRC. So it's very unlikely they'll add peacekeepers in the outbreak zone right now. The UN's main focus on the DRC our elections that are set for December making sure the government actually holds them doesn't crack down on opposition groups in fear of that the UN has had to shift its pieces of. Ford away from the east where he bowl is spreading to other parts of the country L workers have managed to vaccinate a record number of people more than twenty four thousand so far and the CDC's Arthur says that's why despite the violence. This outbreak is not spiraling. But the logger this goes on we may get to the point where that dampening effect that we have of using the vaccine is no longer keeping the level transmission down. And then Arthur says we could move into a more explosive outbreak Narita Eisenman NPR news support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. 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"boola" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"boola" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Scallions onions spices. It's all gonna come out, get those. Yeah, I'll and vinegar. I came up with this thing. I call up peanut butter and chocolate Boola Merlin. So then over at the boat, everybody's cleaning, the rest of them are cleaning and ten is all right. Gonna shut my eyes for fifteen. Yeah. Fifteen, you know, he'll say, right, right. And then Riley's like, hey, do before you before you or to lease Lewis? Do you have a plan for the shifts tonight and channels? Like I'm gonna sleep and you guys gonna do all the work. So that pretty much I'm gonna scratch my chin. So it looks like I'm really thinking about and asleep. Yes. So back back at the beach thing, Kate and jobs, I are like doing a little hula dance and Caroline's often the corner fiddling with garbage, like tying it says, hefty. That sought with so rude because these are hand held following them around at this thing like Kate into bobbing. And then she really was just like over in a corner with huge thing of Trat. And you see the spotlight come on her when the camera stores, and she looks at the camera like. I mean, it looks almost like she slow dancing with a trash. At this point. Cates like how just I can you do this the dancing, telling a story with your hands. It's such a good dance for two three would be too much just to just two of us doing it. There's only two, not three, not even though that roms I know three's company, but I don't want company tonight. It's just to me. Captain lease like beyond say, we're like the backup dancers any Michelle. I won't be Michelle. I'm never Michelle, which I loved that. Even on below deck, Michelle, get shaded poor, Michelle. Michelle volumes. Even just Joe's I on below deck is shading Michelle. Caroline's this point Carolina's done with the trash probably has like a like a tuna cans where kneecap at this point she doesn't realize, but they're doing the hula thing making jokes about beyond say, and Michelle and everything and Caroline's like, yeah, it's like the moose. Anyway, the wind is speaking of, I'm hearing sounds like hula dancing together and care. Should I be answered by God? I don't know what to do keys. As she doesn't says, she's kind of left out, you know, because she doesn't joining the dance trying to like labs vehicle there, but it's clear. They're like not inviting hula dance and they're just like talking over her about the on, say, and Michelle and Dreamgirls I know. And I feel like it all went downhill right here just because she just didn't join in the events. Like I was very. I mean, of course they've been shading her forever, but really for this cast and especially for these two Kate, you know, they were going to turn out to be totally evil to whoever was not them. Right. I know they're trying to be nice, right? I mean, they just can't. That was because I've been impressed this whole time and they were even like, look at us who the Dansk right next to you win sock. So. I couldn't quite do it. So she's laughing too hard and Cates like captain like the dream girl a worthy backups by the way, Jennifer Hudson was when women Oscar for that film. So. Oh, anyway, Caroline, you can go back with Ross now, Ross Ross, we're sending them up back with you. Ross boss. Oh, poor thing. I mean, I feel really bad for Carolina in this because she's like, she seems totally cookie, but she seems like nice. She does try to communicate her feelings a lot. Like here's how I feel, but everyone's like, yes, not the time for feeling I, I think she seems lovely, but she is not. She's not meant to be in a combined space with strong personalities, TV cameras. Yeah, it's like an Eminem and account. She feel bad that it got lost a bit you. It's like, you can't blame anybody for eating you. You know what I mean? She needs to work out a copy shop. She like not even like not like a Starbucks. Just like some coffee shop calls like pennies and clouds, you know, and like just work there, make friends to locals serve q. coffee and slices of quiche and call it a day. She needs. So, yeah, Cates like Ross Ross the year, sending..

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"boola" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"boola" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Recently masturbation. Fire. PTSD was I. Done. This is like in the two thousand present time. You know, this is like twenty fifteen that nobody knew what PT is. Right, right. Of course, everybody Will Smith discovered come on. Feel scary. I very Gregory dreams. Sometimes it's. Dreams are import, they can give us a window. What's going on. Not. The commander in chief prophecy. God is telling us to pray for our country, its leadership, and those authority is left at you. That's what we need to do. Martin almost Ave, but look at this newspap- look, did you notice them. The actual article birthday. Fuck these people. Oh, oh my God. He's greeting. Oh shit. Trump a lot of Greek follows. Really. Religious. The last stop it with the Bosniaks arrows ever? Yeah. We end up some demon Trump. That would be the tip off that you've had a stroke when you. It says gibberish, you believe it, everything leave everything thinking and then read that and go on no new Taleh best Boola knee at us all onto ego liberal in their, oh sick. I get rid of those dirty liberals. About these movies is that he's telling me like, religious people are like, oh, yeah, Trump is the prophecy, but it's like there's a whole thing in the bible about false prophets. People who say that they see God. That's just brain damage. Yeah. Like, imagine, like, just take the take the story out of it..

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"boola" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"boola" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Fourth the Dallas with a guaranteed speed. If they pay a toll the network is connecting he says traffic on thirty five W has increased thirty percents since managed lanes open there, but congestion, his drop. Alan sky NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. Dallas police are looking for a man who robbed a Bank at eleven o'clock Friday morning, police it a man walked into the Beebe and t- community Bank on Park Lane and demanded money, the employees complied and the man took off on foot. We have a picture of that, man. Police are looking for on our website KRLD dot com and a teen trying to cross the road in Richland hills. Friday night was killed after being struck by a car, please failed sixteen year old. Hey, sues Boola, unconscious in the roadway of Baker boulevard near loop eight one eight just before ten pm, according to witnesses the two teams were trying to cross the road when the accident happened police did CPR and to Boola died later at the hospital. Another driver of the car did stop and is not expected to be charged. KOA news Priscilla rice in the ten eighty traffic center. Delays in Dallas, southbound seventy five at Lemmon avenue. There's a crash that has three lanes blocked. The backup is passed to Knox Henderson. Also, a crash reported on Royal at Delia road that's causing slow traffic to skillman southbound seventy five at plano Parkway. Construction has two lanes blocked. You can expect some slower traffic there in Fort Worth. Westbound eight twenty at one Twenty-one construction has two lanes blocked too. No major delays reported there. I'm Priscilla rice on your traffic leader from.

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Kelli Ward blasts media while defending 'Political correctness is like a cancer!' tweet

South Florida Morning Show

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Kelli Ward blasts media while defending 'Political correctness is like a cancer!' tweet

"Probably can candidate for US Senate Zona apologizing on Twitter Arizona's Senate candidate Kelli ward compared political correctness to cancer just two days after Senator John McCain's death. Of brain cancer she held a news conference yesterday my comments were in no way directed at Senator McCain or his. Family or his team my comments were in reference to the media, so ward is vying for the CBS being bake aided by Senator Jeff

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"boola" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"boola" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Hornsey glad. He's here I can't even believe that we're still pseudo friends it's pathetic folks. As you know this is meant to be a comedy show every now and again we veer. Off into something tremendously serious a current, events or some silly? Intellectual book but the point. Here usually is the goof around to cut up, and to get you to to crack up and today I've, got something. So special for you that I'm not sure it's it's really happening there is a new book out called where's my fortune cookie it is by Phil Proctor now some people don't know who Phil Proctor, is? But, let me, just say, there was something called the fire sign theater anybody who, knows about the fire science theatre. Knows they, are, an absolutely legendary comedy. Team or group since There were four of them there is more to, be said that I can begin to try to reprise in, an introduction. Suffice it to say I'm looking forward to having some fun we have Phil Proctor on the line he Wrote this. Book Phil welcome. To the program I'm. Practically speechless. Here thank you I noticed? Well first of all Boola. Boola you Eric you know what that's that's the secret. Word we're going to send. You a check for. Fifty dollars Boola Boola doctors came down in my living room incredible I didn't realize that that you. And is it? Phil, or Peter. Peter Bergman Peter you you you and Peter both were at Yale in. The fifties and that he edited the Yale. Record is that right yeah that's right and I did a couple of, comic features for him at the time I know, you, were like super editor of I was the hours the editor of the, Yale record, in the eighties and we really in the eighties as you, know okay, unfortunately with Vietnam and Watergate humor, fell out. Of fashion on campuses like you know. In the late seventies at places that pretentious places that were you know pre politically correct places like yell you, couldn't you couldn't laugh because life's too. Serious and so the the Yale, record kind of had, this incredible heyday when you guys there was a big deal but it's, sort of fell, in fell by, the time we got. There we were? Resurrecting it but I got. So excited when I found out that you guys were Were you know you discovered each other, at, Yale saw Eric making time this is like fifty eight to nineteen, sixty, two okay, my Yale years and we had like Bob Grossman one of, the greatest, airbrush illustrators ever in the history, of art. Who did the by the way the. Poster for airplane which just celebrated its fiftieth anniversary right and he did the album cover for theaters one of, our most famous obvious don't crush that. Dwarf hand me the pliers and, he and Bergman were, roommates did you say the. Title was don't crush that dwarf hand me That's right? That's that is up there with What. I don't even know the Poetics by Aristotle that's one of, the? Big, titles are. Martin Luther King's letters right yeah If you, get on ten bucks well but the thing is so you guys you met at Yale you always knew you were. Wacky but, I'm sure you didn't dream that you. Would have the kind of success that, you had, because. Your, your story I mean it encompasses like every celebrity. Every everything it's all I've had an amazing career really great, fun? Well Where we, start first of all the lot of people listening don't have a clue what. Fire signed theater is so just for those folks give, us a reprieve yucky we'll fire sign theater is a four-man, group that preceded Monty python and, we we are known as the American Monty python and also the Beatles of comedy by the library of congress which. Integrated pardon, me which inducted don't crush that dwarf. Hand me the pliers into it's hysterical, recording so, pardon. Me Recording that. Right about six, years ago and recently by the way I got to interrupt was was it. I know the title is don't crush that were, of. Hammy the place. But what just for accuracy was the dwarf everquest who did, the title enable people to not curse the the dwarf the dwarf was was revived to to is is, well let me say, it was given his power remember dwarfs are very mythology are very they have. They have mystical But, basically the album is all, about channel surfing which we predicted before it happened you guys this is this is the other thing I want to. Tell people that there's, so, much that we're not even aware of that you guys. Started your your your your group mate. There Peter, Bergman coined the term love in yeah that's, that is unbelievable he claimed the term he actually created the I love in at. A place called Elision fields in Los Angeles because again it's it's a complicated story which is why you need to buy the book or listen to my podcast every Friday, on pod being dot com pond bean pod. Bean, yes like a little bean with, the Baden. Being dot com But. But basically what happened was I was at Yale as I said at a very important, time Sam Waterston John Batum. Richard Maltby, junior Peter hunt people who know theater. And of course everybody, knows Sam, now. We were all working together in the dramatic at. The time yeah and Austin Pendleton who is all, Austin Pendleton I have the privilege, of meeting, and riding in a car with us and penalties because I know another yearly named dick cabinet we've got to know each other but I gotta tell you, Austin, Pendleton entered my. Universe in the Peter Bogdanovich film what's up. Doc, oh my goodness right. That is one of the greatest films unfortunately Barbra Streisand is in it they can't get out but the point is that, you have Ryan O'Neal and, but but the genius of Austin Pendleton and all my gosh I mean we've got Kenneth Mars is in it oh. My dear friend Kenneth? Mars, yes I did a lot of cartoon work with him You serious I worship that guy Kenneth Mars one of, the greatest comedians ever unbelievable. He he's, best known as the the Nazi playwright. In, Mel Brooks young, Frankenstein I? Mean. Then people need to understand well no you mean Brooks the. Produce producers, and then later he played that, the. Crazy teutonic A policeman, inspector camps expect. 'em he did all of the best he says Well that was a. Kind, of a, Dutch accent anybody who's watched first of all in the producers he he says one of the, greatest lines as, he hit someone on the, head with a pipe or. Something and he says you will please be unconscious and but he's he's incredible, and then in the in in one of the greatest films, of? All time young Frankenstein as inspector. Has the wooden armed with the. Darts right And, he throws out, at he. Hits the tire of a calm I got. Let's, say you you knew these these incredible people. I work with these people and their friends friends. Of, mine because, again starting even Yale Austin penalty wrote two musicals called Tom Jones and booth is back in, town and I, was I played the title, role in Tom Jones and. And Peter Bergman co authored the lyrics in both of these musical now wait, a minute Tom Jones this is before Albert Finney made it famous Yeah. Yeah Austin, was onto the, fact that this was a great story okay and he made a musical out, of it you, know so which I got to star in which is so much fun and it was a very very creative time read, it was right, before as. You say the the hits hit the fan In. Nam. And one of the. Things you said about you know people losing their sense of humor at that time yeah it was, a very serious time, but but, that was, the that was, at the point, of the fireside theater actually filed traction exit well. Exactly, because. What. We were doing was uncensored we're making phonograph records okay basically. Like. Creating multi-layered we created the concept of a, multi-layered comedy? Album that that may try to move, in your mind combined music, and drama and comedy and, surrealism and political ideas. And social ideas parody and satire that were really uniquely blended together yeah Yeah And then the problem, though is that you were you were about fourteen hundred years ahead of your. Time we always are always. Tough we're going to go to, heartbreak hang on one. Second Bulbul we're going to be right back. Folks I am talking to Phil Proctor fireside theater stick around contracts..

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"boola" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"boola" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"Or has store storefront you need verified boola my business listing that's really important because that allows the business owner to control all of the information comes out about them in terms of if they change their hours if they're gonna suddenly be closed for a holiday if they're having a special promotion you as the business owner should control what people see about your business when they're coming to your business on maps so that would be the first thing that i would say is really important or those sorts of business owners that are operating locally out if you don't have a physical business are there some common tips that you find yourself giving entre preneurs as they start up businesses yeah and i would say this one extends beyond just google i think with a website in general it's really important to be thoughtful about your customer journey and thoughtful about if you're building any sort of anything you're doing with your digital presence whether that's on your website or on your social media whatever would you want people to get out of this and how does this tie back into the bottom line for you that's really key because we're told frequently these are the tactics these are the things you need to have as a business owner you need this on your website you need this you need a social media page but not frequently thinking about a how to make sure that that investment is worth our time in drawing back to our business helping us achieve our business goals so i would say be thoughtful about what that customer journey is are you leading them to a goal that helps your business grow at the end of the day whether that getting.

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"boola" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"boola" Discussed on KOMO

"Her son kenneth mccray graduating together side by side is how they've gone through life it's been pretty hard the past few years for me but i know it's been harder for her when kennedy was just six his dad died three years later his mom patricia was diagnosed with foam from a four thousand dollar income two zero and we had actually become homeless for about two years even cancer and homelessness couldn't stop this mother son duo hit the bottom there's no where else but so basically as hard as we hit it i knew i could only get better from there so they kept at it patricia following her son into college their comeback propelling them to the front row on graduation date patricia telling us what it was like keep that feeling before christmas and that was that was how i feel it was like my christmas and end though it was kenneth stay as well all he could think about was his mom proud of you i don't know anyone stronger than you also that i love you very much abc's tom yomas reporting l student who had the police called on her after falling asleep in her dorms common room is now speaking out she sat down with abc's linsey davis to talk about that experience student loan and boola is speaking out about that viral confrontation she had with police in her dorm you kidding me white student called police on your fell asleep while writing a paper in her dorms common area for officers respond to that call here he was my apartment have enough for that don't think that if i look different it would have gone further than that bulla tells police the same woman called police on her friend a fellow student back in march and that student says when he asked her for directions she responded saying this you making me uncomfortable i don't feel safe around you you're an intruder you need to get out you need to leave you need to get out the university president responded to the incident saying we must neither condone nor excuse racism prejudice or discrimination at yale the pizza held accountable there needs to be punitive measures for people who racially motivated bias frustration is growing in.

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"boola" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"boola" Discussed on KOMO

"Have the closing number on wood oil was trading for on the new york mercantile stock exchange rather than just about three minutes or so i we're hearing more about a recent racially charged incident at yale university yale student loan lada boola is speaking out about that viral confrontation she had with police in her dorm kidding me his white student called police on bala your fell asleep while writing a paper inner dorms common area call four officers respond to that call i use the he was my partner i should've been up for that don't think that if i looks different that it would have gone further to see a bullet tells police the same woman called police on her friend a fellow student back in march and that student says when he asked her for directions when she responded saying this you've making me uncomfortable i don't feel safe round you you're an intruder you need to get out you need to leave you need to get out the university president responded to the incident saying we must neither condone nor excuse racism prejudice or discrimination at yale accountable there needs to be measures for people who recently moved evaded bias frustration is growing in the black community that headline on one website at taking a nap in your dorm common room to the list of things you can't do while black the facebook video has gotten more than one and a half million views really new shocking every day someone is cheated with on every day people are be post tv ridiculous from the police on our facebook page sam bulla wrote that the black community is beyond incredible and is taking good care of me i know this incident is drop in the bucket of trauma blackhawk have endured since day one america and you all have stories and she says that she would like to see either expulsion or some kind of disciplinary action on the woman who made the call abc's linsey davis reporting.

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"boola" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"boola" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm core of a calm and new york city officials say a man set off a small bomb in a subway passage near times square today officials say the suspect is a k kayid boola a 27yearold man john miller is new york city's deputy commissioner of intelligence and counterterrorism he says the suspect had the explosive device on him grief brief applied balm it was uh a fixed to his person with a combination of velcro unzip ties the suspect was burned when police found him three other people suffered minor injuries new york city authorities are calling the bombing a terror act transportation officials say all city bus service and most subway service has returned to normal there's new focus on more than a dozen women who have accused president trump of sexual misconduct over the years and the white house is hitting back at them as empires timbre keith reports three of the women are appearing right now at a press conference in conjunction with a new documentary about the accusations three of the women who before the election publicly accused president trump of inappropriate behaviour appeared on nbc's megan kelly today rachel crux was receptionist working in trump tower in two thousand six a kiss handle else and i was shocked jessica lead says she sat next at trump on a flight in the late 1970s these all of a sudden he's all over me kissing and groping and groping in kissing they say they are telling their stories again because of the ongoing national conversation about sexual harassment and misconduct in a statement the white house said the timing and absurdity of these false claims speaks volumes calling the accusations politically motivated temer keith npr news the white house russian president vladimir putin made an unannounced visit to syria today where he ordered the withdrawal of russian forces and beers losing kim reports putin is on a whirlwind tour that will take into egypt and turkey by the end of the day.

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"boola" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"boola" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Do you deserve to lose their seats my arm and worse things that are that's why you don't have any learn for me i got both i got this other and what else we got is that occurs on spurs i love clowns take them all at maitland laugh club i thought it was a beautiful film it was really cool i'm looking forward to the second one one i'll they don't put that up i think that that's that's the thing that everyone is going to really be curious about is if they're gonna forgot that second part light to kind of plucked up the second part of the tv in order to i only remember the part where they were kids as the only really memorable think of those kids were had such great chemistry the adults were there is like these guys it was awkward it was bad and i don't think there's going to be as bad as a tv i hope now for what he did for the first part i'm actually kind of excited he's actually talking about wanted to do another stephen king adaptation of the standard no peta metairie they're all did that remade yeah remake like yeah fuck to bury can go back and boola doc tower man or you know it does i dunno i haven't seen the dark tower because i knew i mean come on anybody who's even aware i've never read those books but i have no friends with made me aware of that story and all i can think of the same year how the fuck it they're gonna turn that into a fucking three hour movie or even a four hour movie or six armenia it's is not going to happen is it it in an should be oh series should have been hbo series but guess what.

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"boola" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"boola" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"What you get boola master in the news is hilarious in 1984 he went over thirty seven and pablo is tied that there was a funny moment i'm sitting there watching the game one i open right and in the sixth thinning pahra of the of the rockies hits a screamer to short and brandon crawford reaches across his body to rob him of a hit that would have driven in a run you'd think and he flips his bat part is out of frustration no big deal you can tell is kinda the losing is getting the mic crew go to describe my kirca's reaction as unloading on him i think would be unfair but he definitely dropped a the kids are watching this is a bad example this ad and i had to laugh a little bit because nobody saw it on television they had to go back and show the replay so they purposefully showed the replay that the kids are watching now may have been to later kids doing homework or whatever maybe they were kids at core state of course field i don't know but i just love mike crew pepper in him a little bit that was hilarious well i don't know what else to tell you i guess cueto goes today before the giants cruise to the south side of chicago so yeah yeah that's it at all buster posey's had a a postgame quote worth talking about basically he he pointed out how embarrassing the season was your let me see if i can scare that up i'm a little bit deci about here we go buster posey's after the game he took a foul tip off his hand in the eighth inning looked pretty bad xrays were negative according to bruce bochy so that's good right here is a pretty good quote from buster posey's who rarely articulates or enunciates his frustrations although this year more so than in recent years quote it's hard to put into words and disappointing is probably not strong enough pose you talking about the losing quote but i'll leave it at that yet disappointing doesn't do justice to the x big patients versus the reality and 2017 san francisco giants and.

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