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Mets Get Rare Home Win Over Cubs
"Great game and city field between the cubs and the mets taiwan walker was outstanding. The two on the inside corner strike three cl walker claps his hand against his bed as he heads off the mound after his career high. Twelve th strikeout of the game. It's a one two three inning. He's retired twelve in a row from. Wcbs the mets with a three two lead at that point. They had a three two lead in the ninth inning. Seth lugo on the mound. Pinch-runner jake bresnik first base in this happened they would up next mccain has an end of the game with a strike them out throw them out yet to come to sogard line center field. They sent over toward white center. That will enable boras need to go to third is gonna take the tourneys can score on the plane with a tad stickers to challenging the where you live who a one hop bullets to the plate. Maroshek is out running through a stop sign and the cubs are down to their final out of the game actually. He was waived home and there was only one out at the time the cubs lose the game. Three two
Borracchini’s Bakery in South Seattle Closes After Nearly 100 Years
"If you grew up around here. The past week has been a rough one for lovers of old school seattle. I it was holiday. Candy applets and cutlets. Then the oh burto store on rainier avenue closed its doors and also this weekend. The owner of bora cheney's bakery just a few blocks south on ranier. Said they're closing for good people. Just don't buy sheet cakes like they used to a pandemic and again because of kobe. We can't give a proper
"Get started with. I think this person or this story broke during the summer. it's kinda hard to tell now with the pandemic. what time is like but one other prominent ones that i remember seeing that wino- was flooding. Our timeline was the story of jessica. Craig aka or formerly known as jess la. Barletta cringe already awesome early known formerly known best. I'm about that. Let's get started. Let's talk about her. Yes so this woman has allegedly and apparently apparently been taking on different like black and afro sport identities throughout her life. She's an a professor or was a professor and academic where george washington university and university teaching. You know black studies are afrikaner studies and publishing books but at some point she were shifting from being in a north african to being african american and then being afro latin next sand after boaty gua was i think the final landing place for her her official forum her final warm so jessica. Krog just aka justifiable maleta hers combination of black fishing and being a fake tina at the same time and She got called out basically rightfully so rightfully so by a group of professors who are after latina's who had issues with her they were witness to or on the receiving end of like aggression from her and like prejudice and bad behavior while she was masquerading as after let nine different contexts. Apparently being super like belligerent towards black women in my on cool and really I think overcompensating and so trying to be an ex sorted extreme caricature of like this south bronx like her. Allegedly her mother was like a drug addicts prostitutes like this narrative that should created about herself so black women in the academy you know began talking about these different experiences and came forward and said This is not right. Yeah she was definitely performing like whoa kness being extreme radical like it was very performative. She was a published academic author and she also received a ton of accolades rice. She received she was a finalist. For the twenty twenty frederick douglass prize book prize presented by yale's gilder lehrman center the study of slavery resistance and abolition. She also was nominated or a finalist for the twenty thousand nine. Harriet tubman book prize and just received a ton of accolades has really been propelled or was propelled forward and questionably hired because of not solely for her identity. But because of the work she was doing and also the way. She positioned herself as offer latino or body gua and it's very cringe to think about all of the opportunities she stole from actual author. Latinas boras caribbean women. That are doing if not the same work or better work you know. And so it's that was probably one of the first ones that we saw. And then i think it kind of just opened up the floodgates for a lot of others than i don't know about you ma. But in my chicano studies department at uc santa barbara. There were a couple of fake denies that i will not name. They were not. They weren't anyone that i took like. I didn't take any classes with them but they were around. People talked about them. People knew like this person is very white claims this this cheek. Ghana mohican identity. You know is wide. Skin blue is performing she gun. You know some kind of ghana identity wearing that. I had because with the free that carlo ecstatic the whole thing right and it's like you like i they weren't. They were my peers. I was a student right. But i have friends that were graduate students. And they would tell me about these. Things happen. And in their cohort or in their in their seminars. And so you know. I think if if you've been in academia right. I haven't been to grad school. But i was an undergrad but i've i've definitely seen the fake tina's around so they definitely exists and i think this one opened the floodgates for a ton of
Sacha Baron Cohen Threatens to Hire Rudy Giuliani If He Loses the Golden Globes
"Um, by the way, Did you see the story about Sasha Baron Cohen? If he loses. Oh, no. What it is. Oh, yes. Okay, so he got to re Golden Globe Nam's And this is for Bora. Subsequent movie film and the trial of the Chicago Seven. Um they both got three. And he thinks that he deserves to win. Over the trial of the Chicago seven, he says. If he doesn't win, he's going toe hired Rudy Giuliani to contest the results. Because if you remember, Yeah, Rudy inadvertently co starred in the bar at sequel with an uncomfortable interview. Yeah, I'm situation where he was laying down on the bad. And then there's a daughter who was playing the character of his daughter was there so that is very funny. I love
Chicago Police union boss under fire: ‘I’ll resign under one condition’
"Chicago police Bora considering firing the head of the police union, John Caton, Zara, repeatedly clashed with his bosses when he was street cop. And he continues to clash with City Hall in his role as head of the Fraternal Order of Police on Wednesday in a Facebook live video, he told officers the city doesn't really care about them Can. Zara doesn't apologize for the comments. But Friday He says he's willing to resign is an officer under one condition. I will resign my spot at CPD effective immediately. If they give our officers they're retro pay that they deserve. Hurry. So you want me gone from the police department? There's the government call my bluff. I Daria Police have them of that A contract for three years of police board will decide Captain Zara's fade in the coming weeks.
"bora" Discussed on 1923 Main Street: A Daddy Daughter Disney Travel Podcast
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Healthy Eating vs. Pseudo Healthy Eating with Shawndi Borup
"Well, I'm hello and welcome to another edition of the brake cables are cast going to plug wiring noise and the outfit and Fitness World and today off and super honor and have Sean D Bora in the house of show me all the living. So if you can't guess what she's all about it is all about healthy living and Tony is a healthy living wage. It's certified fermentationist a woman after my own heart there and a real food chef who is all about just being living proof that implementing a simple healthy. Lifestyle and healthy habits really promotes Optimal Health and well-being and just really making that easy and accessible to many folks who make to even just overwhelmed about getting back to the kitchen. And so don't you think so much for coming onto the show today? If you could give us a little bit of background about who you are and what sort you into doing the work they're doing in the world thinks long and it's a pleasure to be here such an honor to be part of your podcast and I I love you know, what you do what what this podcast is all about about breaking the rules and we'll get in touch with that and and how that applies to what what I can help your audience to really Implement especially in this time, but my back story, you know, it starts about three decades ago, and it was in the I was I had three young children and they all had their own little chronic issues, but my oldest daughter was she was the most ill with severe asthma and and so I thought Sitting in the rocking chair giving her another breathing treatment in the middle of the night and it just the thought came to me. There has to be a better way and thought just kept cycling through my mind, even though I was doing everything that I possibly knew how to do what to do. And so I was determined that night to find a better way. And so I ended up going to Rome a holistic practitioner and he gave me one sheet of paper and on that one sheet of paper was a list of you know, a list of foods that really nourish and feed the body and I I took that home and I you know, I'm a really competitive person and I decided okay, I'm going to I'm going to do this for one year and I'm going to prove that that food couldn't possibly make that much of a difference in the life in the health of my family and not as dealing with my own chronic issues at the time. I had chronic tendonitis and it was really hard to put shoes and socks on my children and I couldn't go bowling birth. You know do cartwheels in the yard with them or anything either because I was in so much pain and I kind of ignored it. You know, I was just in my late twenties at the time and I thought oh this just you know was is not really happening and I remember going to the doctor for my wrists and he handed me a prescription and he said, oh, he said you just got tendonitis and I said great. How long do I have to take this, you know as an anti-inflammatory em said for the rest of your life and that of course didn't sit well with me and I just had a I had a couple of those experiences my daughter would seem to get worse with her asthma and allergies when I gave her cow's milk. And so I asked the pediatrician do you think it would help if I took her off of this and she said it won't make any difference at all. And you know, that's again one of my mother raised tuition that gut feeling said into me like, okay, you need to try this anyways, and so that's what I did is I just started, you know, I took the information from this holistic practitioner that really phone On the whole body and under you know, not just symptoms but really building building a strong immune system really was all what this was all about. And I remember sitting on my couch dog doing my weekly menu. I had my dry erase board on my lap and I looked at the one sheet of paper and everything that he suggested eating and then on the other side of the couch. I had all my recipes the things that I knew how to do home and nothing match up and I and he was a proponent of eating a lot of raw food at least half of your plate because it's the enzymes in raw food that help digest your food and you know Concepts that we're totally foreign to me a hundred and eighty degrees away from the standard American diet, which I had grown up on and and new and so I just started getting back in the office and that's where I started and I started, you know, eliminating refined sugar refined flour, which of course as we you know, it's more talked about today drives blood sugar in the body. Which dog Ives Cravings which drives inflammation which drives chronic illness and so I just started, you know doing one thing at a time and one thing I learned about helping people get back in the kitchen is that if you try to do everything at once you're just going to get overwhelmed and that's when we feel stuck and we stop and so I really emphasize with people that you know, we know that we should be eating, you know, more vegetables. We know that we should be eating less sugar. But how do we make that happen? You know, how do we apply that in in our eating today? So that's where I show me healthy living came about because I wanted to help people to really practice how to feel their best. So that's amazing. I think experience is always off teacher and the mother of all Innovation. And so how long have you been at this and how long did it even take you to kind of get into that seat of showing people healthy eating from like learning wage? Healthy eating right? So I've been teaching people for gosh. I would say fifteen years now probably half of long, you know half of the amount of time that I've been doing it, but you know, I I started this journey, like I said about three decades ago and you know, I I told you that I was going to do that experiment for one year and proved it wrong that food couldn't make sure we make that difference but actually after a year my children's, you know, chronic health issues had completely gone away and there it was so amazing to watch
'Very Nice!': Kazakhstan, Outraged No More, Embraces Borat In New Slogan
"When comedians Sasha Baron Cohen released his satirical McHugh mentoring About the fictional Kazakh reporter Bora. In 2006. The movie was immediately banned in Kazakhstan. Kazakh viewers and authorities denounced the film's portrayal of their country, saying it was full of offensive step equipped types and behavior by the instinctually character Borat. Nonetheless, the new movie Borat, Cultural Leanings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan became a smash hit and won numerous Awards. Last week, a sequel came out. But this time Kazakhstan is responding differently. The country's tourism board has launched a new campaign. Adapted Borat's catchphrase very nice as their official new
Sacha Baron Cohen's 'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm' Reviewed
"Maybe it is time for all of us to laugh, but you're gonna have to do it at the expense of mostly conservatives. And Borat subsequent movie film It's released on Amazon Prime. It's out right now. Sasha Baron Cohen returns with Murat, a dumb and bigoted reporter from Kazakhstan. This time he has tasked with delivering his 15 year old daughter as a gift to Mike Pence. And yet again, Bora explores what the film wants you to believe is American culture in particular conservative American culture, which apparently It is comprised of dim witted and backwoods rubes. Now most notable for us in Washington state is that that much talked about And deceptively edited scene at an anti mask rally took place in Olympia, where Bora Cons the crowd into singing a mean spirited song, though even the movie you can kind of tell that the audience was mostly in on the joke America. Jokes, guys level homes. How you gonna do?
Why have three community cases suddenly popped up in NSW?
"So Norman in new, South Wales we had twelve days without any luckily quiet cases and we were feeling really good about it but then yesterday they had three new cases that were from community transmission and at least the reporting. That, we have at the time of recording current cost. We didn't think that they were actually linked to each other. So how did this happen? Well, you can only speculate eventually it will be explained we you would hope that it's not entirely a mystery that with genomic testing, we can find out perhaps what viruses their most closely linked to. So really won't stay a mystery for too long. So on the one hand, it's spread from known sources which are not, which is not readily apparent, but it is a worry because you don't wear they'd been you don't know who they might spread it to the just a lot of unknowns here. Even if you could say, well, originally did from the Crossroads Hotel and Salah or something like that all those weeks ago. The other thing that can happen with this virus is that it goes underground with asymmetric spread in a community. Of people who are younger to know they've got it or might not be coming forward for testing. So remember testing a New South Wales has plummeted and really far far too low when twenty or thirty, thousand people a day should be being tested at least twenty thousand and we're done below ten thousand and happy enough for a few days. So people are being tested and therefore we're going to get more and more surprises like this and in Washington states in the United States. Beginning this pandemic would underground for six weeks before papa game after somebody arrived. From China. So this is what this virus can do, and we've just go to keep alert. So three potentially unrelated cases maybe they are related, we just don't know yet. What does that say about how much more virus that probably is out there under the writer it obviously means there is more virus out there than we thought even if we know where it came from because reach, these three people were got to. Find out who the spread it to the last few days and really get out there and do a lot of contact tracing a lot of testing and hopefully people will come forward. So the Risto virus is there much. We don't know that's why they're doing sewage testing. You might remember that sewage testing did indicate a problem in south West Sydney the other day and Hawkesbury, but we find any cases in the Hawkesbury catchment. But this does mean there's fire is out there and you cannot relax. It also puts paid to this notion that we're going to go twenty eight days without community transmission before Boras Open Up. That ain't going to happen I. Don't think they ever get to that milestone to think so and so the tolerance of states like Queensland to do this is going to have to be a much higher tolerance than it is at the moment possibly even have to wait till the election so that doesn't become a political issue. So you think we need different thresholds for opening up again. Is that what you're saying? Yes, I mean I think that the key is you're going to get cases popping. Up like this, almost certainly, and the question is how much community spread has there been from name to others and do you know where that's come from and if you get the sense that New South Wales and hopefully Victoria quite soon knows where cases of come from who they spread it to and they're on top of it under on top of it quickly. Then the risks while the states really is pretty low, but it's not nothing. Well, there was some good news out of Victoria overnight where. that. Number of new cases has dropped back down again on these six new cases yesterday, and most of them seem to be clustered around these Chad Ston shopping center outbreak, which we know about. But there's a big group of doctors in Victoria who are against lockdown measures and they put out a open letter sort of saying that the lockdown measures are causing more health homs than they are good because people isolated that young people are being sort of stopped from. Going to school and socializing, and they're actually really low risk and that the risk of carbon to the general population is much lower than the risk of health negative health outcomes because of being isolated long these are serious issues and I'm sure these doctors care a lot about it. Some of them a little bit of overlap with a group of doctors who wrote to I think quarter magazine a few weeks ago stating similar things and it so we. Could problem I mean what do you do if in fact you had done what some people were arguing for, which is the end of September that the premier of Victoria should have really let foot off the brake both things go back to normal for all these reasons as well as for covering the economy. Then the predictions from the Burnet Institute's mathematical modeling was the the return hundreds of cases in a very short space of time I think that's been. Borne out when you've seen outbreaks like the chat stone shopping. Center outbreak and so on. So it doesn't take much for this to fuel up and I think that Victorians do not want to have gone through least Melburnians do not want gone through all this to have stop start going on and still having significant virus spreading. So I think that's the problem is that you've got the fuel for the fire there if you don't lockdown than the fuel can actually. Again and you can get significant numbers of people and the people. The people who are exposed are doctors, nurses, h care workers, even receptionists and others in care facilities. We haven't got that much better at controlling. It is just that we've got a bit better and they're still going to be vulnerable as well as the aged and infirm and I think the we said as a society that's not what we want and on the other side, there's no question that there's going to be mental health problems. Economic problems people are turning up late for the cancer diagnosis turning up. Late when they're acutely ill in the emergency department, all these things are happening. No question. The argument is a good one to make is just the answer is not simple, and if you'd let your food off the break earlier, we would have gone back to a major pandemic in Victoria very quickly as it stands, it's just getting under control and a few weeks from now, it should be much more under control a suspect it's not going to get to zero, but much more under control and the contact tracing testing regime should be able to control it with things like sewage. And testing of things. So don't think that we're too far apart on this but say right now we should be letting things off is probably a mistake and a he would be supported by any more balloons and just on that the number of healthcare workers in Victoria that are getting infected. We've got an update on that. Don't wait about numbers come right down. So things are getting under control. They're getting out of control on partly because community spread is under control. So people are not bringing it in, but really the major spread was within hospitals needs care centers themselves, and that is really is coming under control, which is a good thing. So
Marianna Leivaditaki's Chestnut Onion Stew Recipe
"Hello My name is Marina Boulevard key and I am from Crete half creighton and half Scottish Ashley I am a chef and I work here in London. And have been doing. So for many years, I was the head chef Mario and currently the head chef at Maurito at Hackney road. The race appeared like to share with you today is a chestnut and onion stew with the option of adding Pumpkin to it. So dishes really simple. A slow cooked stews. So you just need to create a really small base and sweet base using finely chopped carrots and celery and garlic and kind of cutting them really small and putting them in a pan with a little bit of olive oil and making sure they're nice and sweet. So cooking them for about fifteen to twenty minutes and then adding lots and lots of baby onions. So I like to use the Bora tiny. Tyler onions because they're small the really sweet and they're quite mild. So depending on how many people I want to do this do for I locate about five to seven baby onions, per-portion sa- loads, and loads, and this will make you really really beautiful. So after your base is nice and sweet, you just add the onions and then you add your cooked chestnuts. So of course, you can use chestnuts that you cook and you. Peel, but that will take a very long time. So I like to use good quality vacuum packed chestnuts. So I would say you kind of us about one hundred, one, hundred, twenty grams of chestnuts per portion just to be really nice and generous, and this is kind of what this is about using chestnuts instead of meat. So it's adding this kind of really really nice richness to this to that meat word if you using. That so you get everything in the port you add some really good quality chopped tomatoes a nice amount of red wine you season with salt and pepper, and a little bit of Orange Peel, a cinnamon stick, and you just make sure your port is nice and liquidity and there's enough liquid to kind of let this to cook gently few think the reason you can always add some wine or you can just add some water. Place a lead and just let it simmer for half an hour forty minutes just until it start smelling beautifully, you will be able to smell the orange and the cinnamon. When you take the laid off, you will see actually this source has really thickened and this Jew is just absolutely delicious. I wouldn't say it needs more than forty five minutes send. Another amazing ingredient to add that is very seasonal at the moment is. The pumpkin or the butternut squash or any funny squash that you might come across. You can just peel it Q-bert and added in this do at the same time with your base, your salary and your carrot, your onions. So I think here in London I don't often see chestnuts Jews and it's a true. That's very traditional in Greece in the winter months and it's absolutely amazing like if you go up the mountains, you know you. Might Walk into Taverna. The is run by an old granny and before you even kind of you just open the door and you're like, okay, she's Cook Chestnuts Stu. You know. So it's something that you find, but it's something that is also special. So it's not everywhere. It's not in every TAVERNA eater you go two sets a win today sheets really warming at celebrating chestnut, which you know are just absolutely amazing and I love them. And, it's a dish that I recently I collaborated with this amazing new project called wild radish, and this is my dish for Christmas together with lots of other things. So it's a little bit more elaborate, but the main stew is this chestnut and nonunion stew and it's been fantastic collaborating with world radish because it's just an amazing new project asking US sheriffs and other really really lovely beautiful capable sheriff's. To think of dishes they love Cook them, create them, write them down, and then they make them really easy for everyone to do. So you receive this amazing box with
What it's like inside a prisoner transport van
"Know, with like two seats on either side. It's like a Greyhound bus. And I mean, instead of a cushy ceased at the Greyhound bus is happy. They had these little part plastic siya and you have to deal with these CEOs and every guy we talked to about this had something to say about how the CEO's act when they're on those transport buses. And you Talk. I'll pull this bus over and kick you. And if you get up without asking to go to the restroom, you will get DP. So what is dp me? Disciplined, physically physically disciplined, And if they do hear some talking, they're going to stop the bus Pull you off the bus. Give you a little bit of what they call it. They used to call it. What was it wrote there? That's what they do. Religiousness, just a gang a threat to us and what's the longest right that you've been on? It was three days going from prison, a prison of prison prison prison collect and everybody that was going to the shu in other places, and we went all the way up north to Crescent City, which is like Eureka. Oh, you're almost in Oregon and I actually went through organ to get to Pelican Bank Indian stopped at one of the prisons and you'll stay there overnight. And sometimes they put you to say you've been a hallway just sitting on a bench all night waiting on them to come get me, But I say it is nice. Uh, I've had some hippie, right? I believe you, but not like Mambo Alley. My name's Elita Bora. I served 12 little over 12 years in the California Department of Corrections been home about four years now. Back and wanted to say was around 2008. I got transfer away from San Quentin because they needed the cells for hire custody, incarcerated people so They shipped me off to California Men's colony. Okay. But the thing that is really difficult for Ali is that he had been taking college classes at San Quentin, right, And they don't have a program like that at CMC. So when he got transferred All of that stopped. And so I Li started doing everything he could to get back to San Quentin. The executive director of college programs like Live Just Hang tight. We're going to try to get you back so you can finish your college degree. I was like, OK, cool. Pretty soon Ali got called to a classifications here, which is an administrative thing you have to do before your transfer. So they called me two classifications like Yeah, she did it. She's get me back to San Quentin. So I go up in the classifications hearing and they're like, Yeah, we'll put you up for transfer and I'm just sitting there. Got my arms folded a little bit, You know, thinking, Yeah, they did this. This is yeah. You go into an out of state facility. Out of state facility. Yeah, they used to do that do that. It was common when the federal courts told California tto Lord overcrowded and as was like you've got to be kidding me. I'm supposed to be going back to San Quit in the classification hearings. They don't even let you talk man. I tried to talk. They just like well about to bring that up with your counselor and went back to the dorm. I was devastated. So Ali, facing another long ride on the great ghouls. This time he's headed out of state and a world away from San Quentin in the college classes, and it's like when you move anywhere. It's like you're starting a new life on ly In this situation. You have no control over it. You have no idea what that life is going to be. You're taking away from everything that's familiar. And your life is totally in somebody else's hands.
How can we safely reopen international borders?
"So there's been a lot of talk in the last couple of days about the international border and particularly from the Prime Minister says that international rivals from safe corona virus countries could avoid Herta quarantine and instead of going into Mandatory Hotel quarantaine people from those countries could go and do it in their own home. There's been quite a few questions about this coming through it. ABC. Dot Net dot edu slash corona cast including one from Kathy who says, what does Norman think of the PM suggestion about that Safe Countries Avoiding Hotel Quarantine? So this is an a nuanced, not easy problem to deal with. So there are some countries which do have very low prevalence of the virus. There's not many of them by the way, but there are some in which case you have people quarantining at home. You probably have large numbers quarantining. Technology rights even from paces with slightly higher prevalence. You only one person to get out by the way and spread the virus and you've got a major outbreak on your hands. So there is a risk they are, but you could have ankle bracelets which people could pay for, and that would be cheaper than hotel quarantine for two weeks you could have geo location on your phone you could. Have fines for giving you a phone to somebody else. But you've got to be able to know that the police whoever's going to administer canister this at huge scale, but it's possible to do that with modern technology. So it's not a bad idea and it could loosen top and it could listen up for international students particularly if you add rapid testing to the equation, but we don't ask that. Level of imposition from the government on ankle bracelets for people who are infected domestically and I selecting at Harmon we've we've spoken about this on chronic hospital four but also kathy also makes the point that one of the countries named was Japan which had more than four hundred cases on September twenty eighth alone, and she says as a Melbourne Ian in lockdown she's furious because as as you've noted, Norman that it only. Takes one case to to start another wife Yes. So you've just got to be very, very careful and this is not something you could turn on tomorrow. This is something that's got to have an infrastructure in place to make it manageable and to be as fail safe as it possibly can be. The Abbey's reported a couple of experts saying that it actually could work one was Robert and the other was paid calling. So. Do you think it's worthwhile though like if wages taking only a few countries admittedly with low A. numbers that it would help or is it just sort of opening up this slow step towards making it back to trying to get life back to normal? One way that you could do this is open it up to lure countries, get the system, right get a working with ankle bracelets or however you're going to do it get the systems in place and do it with relatively few travelers from Lewis places while Hotel Corentin is going on in parallel you could actually compare the two and see what the rate. Of positivity is you could combine it with rapid testing before you leave when you arrive and the middle of the of the quarantine periods, you could do this at scale with international students from Laura places like China one assumes that China at the moment Israel Risco that you can't be sure. So there are ways of dealing with this, which is not. That all of a sudden on the fifteenth of October hypothetically just starting to do this you might just ease your way into it learn how to do it in a safe way, and then you could scale up quite rapidly. Having said that you got to experts saying this is a good idea not not really a problem and you go professor Rhino, McIntyre Who's been pretty accurate predictions right through this Pandemic University of new, south Wales saying well, numbers would soon overwhelm you and you be able to cope. It does seem a bit strange talking about international arrivals to Australia win still many state borders are getting better but they're still closed. I mean you couldn't come down and visit me in Tasmania at the moment. But I'd have to quarantine. You'd have to come visit me through the window. You're right. But INTERNAL BORAS WE'LL start opening up your already. See a bit of relaxation in. Western. Australia with Corentin. NEW APP which they think is going to work in terms of how are monitoring people. Technology is the answer here, which would include I think rapid testing. So moving to Victoria, the numbers have been falling in recent days the average fourteen day data graph, which we all love looking at every single day continues to fall, but it does seem like healthcare workers are still getting infected. Yes and just today the updated healthcare worker numbers, and so the last week there have been twenty four H. Care Workers Nurses one doctor one, paramedic one allied health professional infected. So they're still comprising a fairly significant percentage of the. Total cases in Victoria and shows that there are still problems there and the thing is that there are catching up with numbers. So the numbers coming through very orgy complex cases you've got healthcare workers suddenly increasing you don't win there were infected the numbers from Victoria I'm sure they are trending down, but they are not as said this again and again they're not as transparent as they luke. Okay.
Seattle-area Amazon employee charged with insider trading
"Employees facing federal charges for insider trading. The Seattle Times reports The Securities and Exchange Commission filed suit yesterday against former Amazon finance manager Lakisha Bora. Now she's accused of leaking confidential company information to family members who use that info. That's a big no. No earned nearly $1.4 million on the stock market. Boras husband is also charged in the case. I mean, all that insider information and that's all they got. Kind of thought the same thing. Yeah, it's like, Wow, I would have gone for broke. I mean, yeah.
A global movement to solve global problems
"For years I have been working on a simple idea for humanity to tickets. Next leap ahead, we need to work together across borders to so global issues. In, the modern world new water bora can protect us from crisis. We have no other choice but to unite. And we need to do it fast in two thousand, sixteen I was devastated by the UK's decision to leave the European Union. I'm French for me. The EU is more open and global. Society. But sudden, these be shuttered and I wasn't feeling this way. My partner Andrea who's Italian and Damian a German friend also called the shock of seeing the world turning inward. We realized that despite being from three different countries, we witnessed the same challenges migration fluids being dealt with an inhuman. Mana. Climate Change. Well, how you employment And we also had the same hopes and dreams in everyday lives. We also realized that to SUV European issues the outdated model of always national interests I had to go. So we decided to act for a few months we west on the idea of launching votes, the first pan-european political movements, and then naturally we told facebook friends. And a lot of them responded saying that were up the challenge and wanted to help. People started holding small community meetings in parks, universities, and pubs to discuss common future and shed their solutions to the continent's biggest problems. We mobilized tens of thousands of people across twenty eight European countries, two years in. Damian was elected to the European Parliament on the campaign run by volunteers across borders on the idea that we just from together. We should that by collaborating across borders by nineteen and acting as one, we could start changing how people think. With the first ones to attempt something of this scale and to succeed despite this after the European elections in May two thousand and nineteen on drown I looked into, which is an asked that frank question that you never want to ask. Once you have what two years would something that actually worked out is this enough? No it wasn't. We knew that today's urgent challenges and not just your but global. We also knew that we couldn't even attempt to solve them by only focusing on Europe. A continent that represents less than ten percents of the world's population John Lying issue is that the way we see the world and the way the world works who mentally wrong. In. The span of two generations to what has changed more than in the previous twenty thousand years we can lend on the moon. We can wake up and Shane Guy in Gutu better in New York, we have access to a huge amount of information all the time every way. But we still see the world as I meet Ceti but issues like covid nineteen, climate, change migration, fiscal justice, human rights mean that we need to think and united beyond national borders. A global approach is needed to solve them. Countries need to collaborate share resources, information and solutions. It's not just the right thing to do, but it's also the smart one. So in the weeks following dungeons election on brand I decided that we would create a global movement to unite people beyond borders and so those issues that concern us all. We, call it now because we're not very creative and because it needs to happen now. So I know that going beyond national borders is not the easiest thing too. So here's the framework that has been guiding our work. I could think unites and it forward I. We need to change the way we think about the world whether we like it or not already live in a globalised world we need to stop thinking within national frameworks and start thinking globally take, for example, how we think about taxation. Multinational companies like facebook or Amazon or radio operate across borders but they pay very little taxes in very few countries because we think of them within national frameworks and as a result, we lack a global tax system due to this country's are deprived of at least five, hundred, billion dollars annually. Five hundred billion dollars to put it in perspective half of amount of money we could put an end to global hunger for one year, but we don't. Because of the way, we think about the world. At now, we want to change this. We connect people from all across the world who discuss work together and understand that global is the new normal and that they have more in common than what separates them. We host wiki events in which we discussed topics such as lgbt rights, pandemics, fiscal justice, or mental health. We've breakdown. This book challenges to see how they impact people in various parts of the world and I met this have already shown a global thinking actively rallying governments to solve those issues like ensuring a fetish abuse of vaccines across the. World.
Seattle-area Amazon employee charged with insider trading
"Employee here in the Seattle area now faces federal charges for insider trading. The Seattle Times reports that the Securities and Exchange Commission file that suit yesterday against former Amazon finance manager lock Shop Bora she's accused of leaking confidential company information to family members, who then used the information to earn nearly $1.4 million on the stock market. Boras husband is also charged in the case.
The Year Without a Summer
"The heat of summer is well and truly here in the Northern Hemisphere, the hot humid days just won't let up and living in new. York City I continue to be frustrated that central air conditioning is not as ubiquitous in homes and businesses, as it is in most parts of the southern United States where I grew up. Then, of course, it's always been substantially hotter in those southern states, although with climate change, the northeast is heating up more and more, but that does make me think sometimes. How the heck did people survive before? Joining especially in those very hot climates, farmers ALMANAC A few insights nothing to mind blowing people would take day trips to swing holes or up. To cooler weather, they kept windows and doors shut at midday to keep out hot air and delayed cooking or baking. Until the evening they ate refreshing. Cool treats and was available in homes, blue fans across blocks of ice, the biggest factor most likely however was it simply wasn't as hot as it is now at least in terms of extremes, quoting farmers, Almanac, the extra ordinarily hot summers that are commonplace today were virtually unheard of fifty to one hundred years ago in fact, seven of the top ten coolest, US summers on record occurred nineteen, hundred and nineteen fifty and quotes. There was one year however over two centuries ago now that it was a lot cooler. Eighteen Sixteen Aka the year without a summer quoting farmers. ALMANAC referred to by many names, including the poverty year and eighteen hundred and froze to death, the year eighteen sixteen was literally a year without a summer across much of the northern hemisphere throughout not only North America, but also northern Europe and parts of Asia in exceptionally cold summer, featuring killing frosts in July in August crippled food production crop failures in food shortages were. Were so widespread that rioting and looting became common in the United Kingdom and France on this side of the Atlantic. Many residents of New England and the Canadian Maritimes froze to death, starved, or suffered from severe malnutrition, as storms, bringing foot, or more of snow, hit hard during May and June. Many others from the region pulled up stakes and move to western New York in the Mid West where the cold was less severe. In fact, the year without a summer is now believed to have been one major catalyst in the westward expansion of the United States and quotes Nicole may have been less severe in the southern and Western us, but it was still highly unusual on July fourth eighteen sixteen. It was forty six degrees Fahrenheit in Savannah Georgia. For the record this year on July fourth and Savannah, it was ninety degrees. So. Why did this happen? It was due to one of the largest volcanic eruptions in recorded history Indonesia's Tamboura. The volcano erupted on April Fifth Eighteen fifteen, continuing to up for a week and killing nearly all of the twelve thousand residents of Tim, Bora as well as almost all plants in animal life on the island, quoting the Paris review, countless tons of volcanic. Volcanic ash circulated in the upper atmosphere for years after the events blocked out sunlight and lowering average surface temperatures globally in parts, of North, America Europe temperatures dropped by more than eighteen degrees. Fahrenheit there was snow in New England July and dark rain clouds swept over Europe throughout the summer months in Hungary reports of Brown snowfall, tainted by volcanic ash and quotes. Understandably many thought the world was ending that the sun was dying. It's really fascinating. Though is some of the cultural ripples that this massive event caused. You may be familiar with the story of how Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley was inspired to write Frankenstein as part of a spooky storytelling challenge when she percy shelley and Lord Byron and friends were holed up in a villa in Geneva. One stormy summer turns out. It was this dark, thunderous apocalyptic. Apocalyptic summer of eighteen sixteen. The crew had gone to Geneva, both to ride out the unusually rainy summer, but also to escape their various dramas in England, being stuck indoors for so much of their trip Lord. Byron challenged them all to write ghost stories to entertain one. Another Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein which would set the stage for all of science fiction to come? Also among the Geneva Villa guests was Lord Byron's personal physician Dr John Polidori. Who wrote short story for the challenge called the vampire, and this story is often credited with the birth of the Modern Vampire Romance. But those genre defining publications aren't the only cultural institutions to come out of the summer last year of Eighteen, sixteen among the mini shortages across Europe was a crucial shortage of oats which led to the starvation and deaths of countless humans and livestock, including at least ten thousand horses, not counting how many were also slaughtered to save money or become dinner German? Baron Carl Dreyer's and inventor in student of mathematics started trying to design a man powered form of transportation, while historians agree that he was inspired by the weather based os shortage. He also saw a need for an alternative to horses as crucial for war. Quoting the Paris review his first designs for human powered transportation involved complex conveyor belt, driven four wheeled vehicles, but raises breakthrough came when he turned his thoughts to balance drawing on his experiences, skating on ice ponds drains, put his faith in the power momentum and front wheel, steering to keep a two wheel vehicle rate. This idea became his love, machine or running machine and quotes, and this running machine would become the modern day bicycle. All of this makes me think about how many things will change or be invented from this moment that we're living through. And of course there's a lot of things we're already seen, and we're likely to continue to see some big cultural shift, but like who, out there is writing the next genre defining novel that people will still be reading two centuries later. Who's inventing something that will be innovated on for decades before becoming a ubiquitous ordinary mode of transportation. Maybe won't be those types of things specifically, but there are surely ideas happening and things being created that we won't realize the impact of for decades
"bora" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"You know the? The area that was right in front of that building was still there was all kinds of different hulks, and just just trash and thing you know we'd walk out there and just kind of looking at stuff. Check things out and It wasn't too long after that that. The British Royal Marines had taken a hangar across just literally cross the dirt road from where we were that was that was right on the airfield? We were like a road the airfield if you WanNa say that you still throw stone on it. and. One of the guys was walking on a path that was just a beaten footpath, which she hear these stories when I was in Bosnia of people running on running trails, and just all of a sudden trips Um landmine that had been there for ever. You know just the dirt movie, right or something and one of these guys would stepped on line, and from that point. We were all kind of like right. Maybe we should watch where we're walking. You know and. We we ended up kinda hanging a little bit closer to the building, and then they ended up bringing in more equipment, and they brought in mine sweepers, and they started sweeping that area where we were and they they ended up finding quite a few minds that were just out there where we had been walking around a daily basis, you know. Yeah. But we hung out there for just a little bit, and then got you know got the word that. Hey. They thought they found him in. Tora, Bora! We were we were moving operations that way yeah, it was so at this time frame then though the into that you got, was that Some of Bin Laden was hiding in the caves up in Tora Bora now for is an area that according I, guess some reports they Osama bin Laden had even used his family tractor, and it created lots of tunnels and. Fighting positions and everything else. You know to basically bunker in the event. Because I guess he lived nearby, so you guys got the until that he was physically there at some point. Yep, yeah, we had gotten until the physically up in that area on, and there was a high presence of fighters, and just you know they'd move back that air because that's you know that's an area where they basically stronghold did where they had a strong hold back when the Soviets came in, and they are more or less defeated, the Soviets or you know. Soviets just all right, forget it. We ain't get these guys out of these mountains you know that was their stronghold, and they had different tunnels in structures, and all kinds of different things up there where they could just survive and live, and that was the word got its. You know that's where he was, and that was our missions that we were going after him. Yeah, so on December fourth I think. Correct me if I'm wrong. It's like seven hundred thousand pounds. Of Ammunition. That was tropic in that area of course base. Oh yeah, it was a I. Mean I couldn't even tell you. We dropped You know. We dropped the BLU eighty two so that big old one that they push out the back of a C one thirty watch that go, and that was you know that was supposed to be kind of our our kick off to go in there, which is Kinda neat because? Because it was You know it was daylight deal, but you know. We jumped in vehicles and we were going in you know into tore into the mountain area like right. After this thing I mean we are expecting this thing's GonNa hit. It's GonNa Cause Mass Destruction and we're just GONNA. Go in there and clean up. The mess and a minute totally wasn't that. At one point when it went off, we all thought. That dud or anymore? It wasn't as big as we thought it was gonNA. Yeah, we thought. Says you know this is GonNa be the the Nuclear Bomb Explosion? See this thing off in the Nile. Mountains are going to be flat or go in there and clean it up, but. Now it was wasn't all that eventual when it when it did go, but Yeah, we ended up. You know we and there's a lot of stuff in the book. Anybody that's listening in I'm sure a lot of guys have read that killed Bin Laden and there's way more details in there to be honest. I still haven't even read the book Yeah. Digital early version. That Tom had sent me before they released it. You know just like hey, guys. Here's what I'm GONNA do. take a look at it. Love to have your opinion, and then of course he signed I. Have a signed copy from of the book, but I've still never even never even opened it. Limit so yeah, we've got an I'm not a big reader anyway, so yeah I never have read it, but There's a lot of really good detail in in that book. Anybody's looking for more. Info on the whole. Everything we did. It's a great source because he did he I remember watching certain days. I mean he's just taking notes. You know and I don't think he ever knew hey I'm gonNA write a book about this one day sure. You know typical. Just your typical squared away. Officer I mean he was. You know taking his notes to be able to make sure he can brief back everything that was going on during each day and what we were doing and you know lessons learned really is the big thing you know. What can you pass down to two other other guys You know for things that we did, but. Yeah, it was it was interesting. Guests getting in there the way that we got in there trying to get in there I guess you would say SORTA. `Love is there was a lot of press there. There was an area called Press Hill You know, Media Hill it just there was a lot of them. There I mean Geraldo Rivera was there at one point but they're all there and we had to make our way. That was the only way we could get into the mountains. Pass them. But. We had to go right past that Time that we tried going in. there. We ended.
Rudy Giuliani Called the NYPD on Sacha Baron Cohen During Interview Prank
"Rudy Giuliani called the NYPD when Sasha Baron Cohen I'm wearing a spangly pink bikini trying to prank him into a spoof interview. So they lured him into this interview What he thought was a serious interview about the administration's response to Cove in 19. He said he was offered payment for the interview and asked that the money be donated to the Stephen Siller tunnel to Towers Foundation, which is yes. Ah female interviewer began the conversation in a room fitted out with professional set up lights, camera a few just softball questions. And Giuliani says this guy comes running running in wearing a crazy What I would say is a pink transgender outfit. Mind. I wanted to re phrase it that way that anyway, he immediately hey, didn't immediately recognize. Him. But, yeah, I called the police and didn't agree to the interview, also said he's a fan of some of his movies. He said Bora in particular, because I've been Tio. How do you say it? Kazakhs has six Don or whatever. All and he cited a line from the movie and he thought that was really funny. Oh, gosh, I wish she would have gone along with the interview knowing it was Sasha Baron that thumb.
Agent Scott Boras tells MLB clients not to 'bail out' baseball owners
"Agent. Scott Boras tells his clients not to quote bailouts baseball owner so Scott. Boras recommended that his clients refused major league. Baseball's attempt to cut salaries during negotiations with the players association claiming team financial issues caused by the press. Democrats have their origin in management debt financing. So there's an e mail that was obtained by the Associated Press Boers wrote. The players should not alter terms of the march twenty six agreement between MLB and the Union that called for players to reduce their salaries to a prorated rate based on the shortened season. Mlb on Tuesday proposed a series tiered reductions top stars to receive the biggest
"bora" Discussed on Pure Life Podcast
"But you can't for another Schnitzer Golden Fifteen is my limit on suspicion of any problems dial information thank you for calling is going to be very popular doc hello and welcome to podcast weekly do from all things travel to hear your posts money was Don Meyer fire in my name is Aaron Meyer and thank you once again for joining us thanks for spending some time with the sinks finding us thanks for we we really hope that you're having a good time with this hope you're learning something really interesting and useful and hope that we can inspire you to go find your own Puerto Vida spirits adventure her these exotic locations and some of the non exotic but really interesting locations hopefully it's inspiring you to go off and kind of do your own travel thing life yeah yeah stressful can be sometimes and you know you definitely need that time to disconnect unwind changes anything yeah yea exactly especially nowadays we all these distractions you all these these super important beings and beeps and buzzes and crabbing things telling you you gotta look at stuff so like old times on that note old-fashioned I think I know what you mean I think that there's there's a lot to be desired for not being constantly connected if you were I mean it's convenient yeah right and you can get hold of anybody anytime almost at the same time it's too easy to get hold off so it's sometimes you need this poor evita moment the exact just kind of disconnect connect and enjoy the scenery the food whatever it is joy that moments as you know not being distracted by other things not being constantly pulled in other directions you know really immersing yourself in that moment in that place I'm it's really hard to do when you're connected and when you're constantly being pulled in a lot of different directions so no so we have to talk about today we will be going to be talking about that's that's the thing we found I think one of the perfect places to actually lacked relaxed I unwind uncouple yourself from the day-to-day connected life grind be it romantic all month to reconnect that romanticism if you will so that place is indeed what is this place that we're talking about or a borough last week talking about indeed yeah last week we talked about in Tahiti kind of getting your feet wet into French Polynesia Asia one of the more popular I think probably the the Mecca of of you know French Polynesia probably more onus yeah definitely honeymooners you know people looking for that that that immersive kind of experience to get away from it all and just really kind of you know go back to kind of a natural beautiful serene peaceful kind of setting this is displays is indeed a paradise flow for me it's warm or just you know water the ocean the scenery the nature and food is amazing fantastic all the French you're the friendships it's right and you really get to relaxing Kenna go back to the basics almost st ocean you know their their fish stew and here's here's a boat here's some snorkel gear or anything go off and do it you know you can go to you know all four seasons and same regions and their spas and there's modern conveniences if you've been modern conveniences genius but then you can also but then can really go remote in Bora Bora French Polynesia Motoo right right just have a picnic and and it just reconnect with with the real world real reconnect with nature reconnect with your family and your loved ones lover Yes yes indeed yes so Celso today this week we're GONNA be talking about Bora Bora Bora Bora it's kind of special for us in in a couple of ways number one you know we've we've always kind of long to go there longed for the the tranquility of the lagoon and just you know the the absolute beautiful off the water and for yeah absolutely and for another we got married in Polynesia we got married in Hawaii and our twenty th anniversary was coming out and you thousand that pollination absolutely absolutely we want it to yes we do but and so we decided we're going to not only kind of vacation but also so do a wedding vow renewal with we'll get into in a little bit so let's dive into it let's start talking about Bora Bora and You know first and foremost getting to or or a Bora very similar to Morea pop take on the fly into to poppy poppy day and I think last time we talked about it there's a number of different options you can take options right Yep internationally puppet as a pretty well known destination so there's a lot of flight options from the West Coast United States we flew Charter flight out of Los Angeles but now there's a direct flight out of San Francisco Oakland originally was a charter flight out of Oakland but this time to bore a borough we flew to from La from La on Air Tahiti Air Tahiti Nui Nui is the International League of Air Tahiti and not will take you in between the islands inter island rate and that was prior to unite it decided to have a non non stop flight to San Francisco so we actually had the connection we'll get into that the weather was bad and that was a little bit nerve wracking trying to get out there it's interesting addressing yet so there are several flights options to get there so I the port of entry it's a puppet correct and then so you can get on the Air Tahiti To get to Bora Bora Bora Bora is roughly about one hundred and forty some odd miles northwest west puppet day bit of a trek on a boat so it's probably the best way to get there is via air and there are regular flights out of payday to Uber I think there's about three or four flights day that will get you out that way and so when we flew in we took a thing it was an overnight flight we arrived in Puppet Day think it was about mid morning and didn't have a very long layover until our flight to to bore bore was go wasn't bad in the interisland flights they're a little propeller planes which is Kinda cool so they slide a little different speed flight a little different altitude so you get a great view view when you take off from puppy of neighboring more rain a little bit of Tahiti as well the island says a really really great experience and we had a sunset view you coming home going back to pepita from Bora Bora right off those propeller plane and they're they're quite comfortable they're not noisy zero anything like that they don't rock around a lot so doing really really comfortable it's fun to get on him too because you've got to walk on the tarmac and you've got to climb out the back of the plane and it's it's kind kind of cool it was a lot of fun we were carrying a big old wedding dress with us as well which is an interesting experience in and of itself but everything everything he managed to deal that aside it was a really easy way to get into the islands and so accommodations in Bora Bora there's a number a number of different accommodations in there so many over water bungalows I was doing the research the other day because next year we are going back this time to riot Taylor and I'm surprised that not every you know island I thought each island offer variety of over Audubon Golos but I think we're Boris probably the island had which comes with the most hotels with over water better villas or bungalows exactly I think a lot of it is attributed to the lagoon Bora Bora is an extinct volcano or two volcanoes zero two peaks that are is slowly falling back into the ocean and as a result of that when we talked about this a little before the outer part of the volcano is is what creates the lagoon it's a natural reef if you will or barrier and then on the outside the ocean smacks into it on the inside it's Nice and call Gary Kahn Yeah there's a lot of coral and all sorts of our snorkeling absolutely so it's a huge lagoon so again very popular with folk that want to have that kind of experience and swim at Turquoise Blue Water and just it's amazing so tons of different accommodation options yes so couple that some we have stay some we haven't by there are like like Don you said there are tons of options right they're seeing reaches into continental aw Limb WanNa lend Meridian Limra Conrad Bora Bora Nui Sofitel. We've stayed Sofitel in more air in Tahiti and what else I o Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is there so so there're lots and lots to choose from and their other bungalow style accommodations in hotels and Yeah Yeah Yep so a lot to choose from and depending on you know your your sense of adventure you can you know have these over water bungalows with little waiting pools diving boards or slides and stuff like that to come right off your peer or you can have the beachfront trump wants we can just walk right out of your bungalow right out to the beach and just kind of swim right into the water or they have the little shell as what we did at Meridian where we could have the the entire family together and that's something to take into consideration you have more than two kids like we do sometimes those over water bungalows don't quite accommodate accommodate five people I think the Max is three and then I think many makes you sign a waiver for children below twelve to be able to to stay over the water the water for safety reasons right and so it's a party of five for us so we couldn't what we could do if we were to split into two Oh units but we chose to do the ocean from villa but that turned out to be a really really good option so let's talk about this particular property we stayed at Meridian yes in Bora Bora and day Nice thing about for those of you who have three kids and want to go to Bora Bora we can all all stay in one unit a one bedroom I think it's the sweet category because there's also a one bedroom bungalow but that does allow five people but I think it's the sweet there was a certain just the term that they use it oh above and there's a two bedroom ocean from villa in this case we state and it comes with got up infinity pool a facing the ocean right right in the middle of the property and then you have two units all right toto privacy so it's perfect for vow renewal even party parties and you won't privacy there's.
"bora" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling
"Really appreciate everybody who's connecting with me how you checking out discover org stuff they had a big announcement with bum bora bora tells people whose in market now why is this important because a the most important is people call you the second most important people people who are looking for what you do who feel the pain already they're they're they're not late and prospects they're active prospects but they may not know about you you're company in what you do but the reason blogs there a searching for articles and they're looking for stuff about the problem that you solve so why is this critical because battles are the people that if the timing is right so much sales of time me think about it i think of all the things you thought you know are you gonna buy a new car if your car breaks down if you're in the market if you're twenty years old you're in the market if if you if you just saw you're neighbor get a better car market and that's the people you wanna talk to you wanna talk to the person bought a new car last year probably not not in markets so people who were in market are the next most valuable people other people coming to you so please make sure you're doing that as far as the sales questions podcast you can email me you're questions i'll get to them as fast as i can i do not reply to ninety nine percent of the linked in request is i get like thirty a day and i just i got to the point where it's just overwhelmed and i just said send questions i answer v of the podcast and i apologize if that seems in personal i just i i spent the summer going crazy here it is the end of august and i'm just going nuts and i'm like i haven't taken a day off the whole summer and i've kind of going a little crazy so i i need to back off on certain things so please you submit all the questions i'll answer the rio the sales questions podcast please search through those because it's a couple of years this stuff in there there might be something directly applicable career questions are on the career advice podcast so those were kind of sales independent and i really tried to help people about what i see people doing wrong with their careers kind of my viewpoint on where the market is going where the money is where happiness is how to negotiate certain things like working from home how to start your own gig have a side gig kind of my journey in doing this and i i try andy bunk a lot of the bs out there on that podcast it's not selling anything you know if you want the courses grace if you don't peace be with you know because of a fine with it but but don't ask me all the questions that are in the course and try and get it for free though but i mean plus you need and why is it why is it a year because you need to like try it sees get some results share you work see what other people are doing and that is how you learn it it it's not just knowledge it's action its results it's getting things done that's it appreciate you listening will see you next time.
"bora" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"He just bought like before it was crazy. We left to Bora Bora. The same the day after the fight, but we went Chicago to Vegas Vegas to Bora on Sunday after the fight. And the crazy thing with that is I actually had a trip planned when I was going to find New Zealand when I tore my l. so I was going to go New Zealand to bora-bora and we actually had a credit for that fight for a year, and it was exactly a year when we took off like Nell. So that's all you had to leave that very next day. So, yeah, half of the power couple known as bene- leaving. Yes, yeah. Hosted about a month ago gave us. Yeah, yeah. So that was a good place and that helped you know a lot like put things in perspective where the end of the day, like that's your life. Like if I went back and and right in the gym and we talked about what you should do this, you do this, you do that like, you know, it's like, all right. Well, I'm gonna get there and like, but like the constant like real life part of it is like what's going to be there all the time and putting all that in perspective after and just being like, you know what? Like I'm Bora Bora with my wife and you know, it would have been better if I won, but it was just, it just puts things in perspective. You just go home on regular day, you know, and, and you're dealing with that rather than just like, for instance, maybe living in a house with fighters were like they're doing this and they're fighting and they're, you know, like it's, it's, it's a, I think that's what really matters. So having that around town. So the question all over again is is like the important part. Everyone else is just, you know, they put an input in that part of. Live like the fights, but the real bigger part of life just waking up every day and having a good life I think is helps you deal with the loss more than anything. All right. Let's take a break you listening to enemy junkie, radio on Sirius XM's, fight nation channel. Ninety.
"bora" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That is also I. Just know Yes But it's looks very magical with the canals and Burma Paris and the, architecture but much smaller smaller but Bora. Bora Oh. Yeah And That's this is this is Looking at, Bruges looking at nurse Belgium Yeah I did a bad type There. Are some jobs available right okay here's another study of this is so, it's unbelievable according to relation experts deleting dating apps is the best way to show commitments if you're in, a new relationship and they. Keep but they keep emailing Laurie. They. Just, keep sending you messages yeah They don't want you to go. Away He doesn't want you, to go, away, the apple go away. But, the yeah they keep sending you yes. They don't want you to go away, that's how people are showing each other their serious for millennials. To the older people who are dating you just have to delete, all your dating apps and I'm like? Did we need. A study for this we did it we really, didn't let me just make sure, why because let me make sure why because feeling that you're looking, over their. Shoulder on, Tinder? And grinder and bumble and Matt right Else If you just started seeing, someone you don't have to remove the apps start sleeping together and start, talking you, know and making some plans, like you, know more than a week in advance That is a good time maybe, the millennials, are waiting until they are, talking about, their future they'll.
"bora" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"And motorcycles to take joy rides on or even flying first class to exotic vacations with fancy names that like have the name twice like bora bora or something already all the way that's right i did that did night oh sorry rich people really do when they get bored of all that traditional wealthy stuff well apparently there's a bizarre new trend that the ultra richer doing to entertain themselves and a whole new industry is being built up around it and it's called working class tourism already hate rich people that i can't hate them more come on man working class tourism well what is that basically it's where white collar millionaires pay a lot of money to go on specialized tours to take them into rundown neighborhoods so they can see how the poorest people live is guarantee they're in the poor's either definitely not it sounds crazy but keep in mind a lot of wealthy people have spent their entire lives in the lap of luxury and many of them have never personally been into a rough area of town so they wonder what it would be like to live there bodyguards at brigham take him to like mcdonald's horrible now they get to know what the working class people live like with working class tourism so how'd you book a trip is it works like this the tour group gets on charter bus or a bulletproof van depending on how dangerous the neighborhood is a certain point the guests will leave the vehicle with bodyguards and explore certain areas on foot and get up close and personal with the wildlife up close and are they saying the wildlife is the poor people and by poor people they're talking like people working minimum wage jobs at a convenience stores be minimum wage you can just have a decent salary and it's blue who wildlife tonight that isn't actually in the right up added that part because i figured that's what they probably think of for example one stop takes rich people to see the inside of a ground level studio apartment so wait you live all in the same room like you're actually was actually bought out by the tour company and us as a display room to show you how some poor people my live is one that setup we just look around for a little bit this is an interesting piece of furniture where did you get saikia man have you ever heard of that i'm gonna email my system right now until her to look into this i thing i've got to have it at simply the habit they're free to walk through the unit and see what it looks like and then they get to see what it smells and feels like inside they can lie down and one of the twin sized beds ooh tour guides can show them a hot plate and how it works no way some places they can even see a communal bathroom shared by several families and see how that works what do you do when you don't have your own saying so all of you sit on this toilet like all of us it it's interesting i've never not had my own toilet that nobody was allowed to touch let's so strange can you imagine buffy sharing a bathroom with your children out of a data another stop on the tour will show off some of the local street art by taking them to a brick wall or a building that's been tagged up with fiji and they can actually touch it i can't tell if the people who come up with this with this tour are actually trolling the rich people or their trolling the poor people you see him going through the graffiti like oh i've dreamt of being in front of one of these walls i've never been brave enough though i usually when i spot this this is where i need to lock my doors or have my chauffeur lock the doors but this is so interesting i'm going to touch you and then make sure that they have a gallon of hand sanitizer afterward the tour guide describes the cultural meaning of each art piece and they break down and discussed the graffiti in the same way they would a famous picasso painting or the mona lisa at the new like afterwards they go and talk to their friends and they.
"bora" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"View from where you get it don't don't push on two two quick what do you think well on our honeymoon we went to bora bora which is a topless beach and after a day or two my wife who's similarly gifted took off her top and i was very happy i was especially happy about the fact that there was one other couple where the wife took off her top and she was a gifted woman and it turns out from paris as a result of both of these women being naked on the beach in bora bora we had dinner together we became friends we became we never once discussed that our wives were naked but it it caused us a natural healthy bonding at no time now thank you very much she play the mystery voice you get lawyers involved and they just took it to the next level you know i mean a lot of hurtful things were said and that's not what i wanted to happen nachon rivers who do you think it is she's the sister of the brother actor that was in that marine corps movie was in i the names on my tip but she's a sister of the brother in they're like twins and they have that pig nose don't thanks very much for calling the you have to decode on your midnight misfit dakota card how do you get a midnight misfit dakota card here the letters and numbers you decipher it on your midnight misfit dakota cart how do you get when you go to walter sterling dot com and you downloaded by clicking on midnight misfit.
"bora" Discussed on Ear Biscuits
"Go to those huts on the water in bora bora well we're getting close to we're gonna get close to that we can't we can't talk about exactly what because we don't know exactly what the plans are this point but we're we're gonna we're working on something like that but it's not that specifically no it's not that so that's still going to be on the bucket list but we could we could go there we should go there at some point again we decided not to go there you could see french polynesia okay which bore boras like south pacific light right in the middle of run in the middle of the pacific ocean and i've cheated i've lifted the rest of the things on your list and that they all seem to be like outdoorsy stuff which is is is interesting that your bucket lists kinda gravitates towards like more of a retirement scenario which is again another argument for the for the other tb de well i think almost all of them are bucket lists are very travel oriented like visit is more media palau palau p a l a you there these amazing rock islands what are we going to do there we're going to kayak we we should kayak off the off catalina yes we've talked about that for freaking caves we're not catalina but if you go up to the channel north the uninhabited there's again islands which is i talked about before my fascination with him but there are these islands off the coast of.
"bora" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk
"You can then defray your costs and so you know i think the israelis were quite explicit with united states when they were looking at making sales to iran in saying that um you know the vantage of selling uh what they call a poor man's lance right which was cut down jericho and then eventually the jericho was getting money to fund the development of jericho to so wouldn't surprise me at all um if you saw that same thing happening in in turkey where there was a kind of emphasis on getting this revenue stream going and at revenue stream create the kind of autonomy uh an and as you say right you just like the second artillery it starts being very i think bureaucratically week but over time uh acquires that bureaucratic strengthen part of that is money but part of that also is showing that you have a real role to play in different scenarios in you know what's interesting about this relationship between china and turkey images go joking is you'll where i think they signed the agreement for this the bilateral agreement for this was in two thousand nine in know which was a time when there was a high level diplomatic and military busy between the two countries and what's really interesting about that is just a couple months later in i guess it was ill is timber was that either to temper our tober two thousand ten they held a joint air force operation our operation training exercise which was made news at the time because he was nato air force essentially.
"bora" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk
"They're those bureaucratic against elements of the program that slow down the plant and i think that that goes to show when you're trying to understand why they need a why they think they need to worry kilometer missile i mean they may have real battlefield once the army made really want it ill a i mean they have used you'll elements of of they have used battlefield rockets you'll firing into syria for example a in in recently but you have a civilian side the really wants not just the missile what they wanna know how to build it so they can build their own defense industry while the bora con yes predinner slash law exactly it's not as interesting is protesters fighting in washington well what if what if they used aboard con missile on the protesters i look i or they can just be run over by abdullah russian origin truck hit them with the bore conman solid and the va comes in certain squishy arrest of everybody why not what else could be through odd thing agreeing with your my country of expertise the open exercise my luke kuhn bogged down by weak weaken a whole bunch of nonsense you know dr stein when you think about the fight outside of embassy row tell me how was pretty interesting scott did you wanna did you wanna jump in and say anything just adding on to the uh fit about the institutional thing on the chinese legacy of it that sounds almost exactly like my understanding of the chinese program i just did a a lengthy capstone paper about uh sort of the institutional incentives behind a sustained conventional ballistic missile program and the chinese one does emerge not only out of it doesn't more data of exports by jeffrey said and it's essentially sustained because the exports fail or less because of normative mtr imf blur mtcr compliance and the second artillery turns into the customer and then you have the second artillery and the space industry both as customers hike independent customers that are just funnelling money into it and then expanding their budgets with successes uh.
"bora" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk
"Hm and i i admit i don't know anything about turkey's military so one one question i have is i mean is turkey a a lot of countries are no they have one particularly dominant force right so in china forever was the ground forces obviously in the uk it was the royal navy is turkey an army centric country or is a country where the air forces particularly of its armaments in the largest component yo you know it's certainly yet the arctic is in the army to set will be the airforce than the third will be the navy in terms of ranking of the services in terms of importance are hillary has a special some residents yet because of its your legacy within the turkish armed forces in so that's why i presume it will be through the artillery through the arming app but these things have actually been deployed yet right this is one of the very first tests that we've seen or is it the first test i think it's the second task attended the first or the second you know uh it is a relatively new system anz again i think that that you i i think that it is because israel too lenient system but again as instructive because if if if we we go by the lineage of this yup they clearly didn't buy it off the shelf there was clearly some sort of efforts to involve transfer here so that you set up a turkish line and it is in through that.
"bora" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk
"Oh really yup real you even seen center wacky stuff about having indepent space laws capability um but from a while back i would say 'my 2013 ish era um so i i guess on the flip impact you guys in was the basis for china to the build out longerrange missiles or as you just said was this more at export for focus from the outset while from the outset it was exportfocused but then i think the uh the second artillery uh which was the which is china's missile force and this is a question when asked about turkey which is how they're gonna organize for this but you have this independent entity the second artillery witch wanted service autonomy and they wanted control over their mission area and they wanted a capability that was pretty useful i mean the the old nuclear plan was okay if there's a war you guys go heighten caves and you will call you if we need you um and i think like you for the second artillery like that's a fucking mission yeah and it's so was so the second artillery was very much like conventional missile capabilities allow us to participate in a wide range of scenarios and and and participate in a way in which were playing a leading an important role in so you had this bureaucratic entity which move aggressively to develop a very different doctrine for its conventional missiles than it had for its nuclear ones and so i guess my question is is the turkish.
"bora" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk
"And so they did by attack of the united states unbelievable 72 but they were pissed off because of the technology transfer limitations in place on us suppliers and so that becomes the genesis for the early talks with the chinese scoring to most to to most reports uh and you can see the slow development of this email from the mid 1990s and our up in two thousand seventeen you know i think that largely focuses on things slowing down because of the complicated negotiations off of how do you set up offsets no chinese production lines removed it to turkey and then the integration of turkish components with chinese systems to push out this is what you see in the missile defense talks you know i with china the now with russia on them with the us and european suppliers as well is not just about buying the system it's like we want basically understand how the engine works that's interesting so do you think that do you think that that means the turks master this particular missile system and then spend their time marketing it or do you think that this is the bridge to a capability that results in increasingly longerrange missiles i mean there are both there are different now okay well america's both i mean what they what you see in the domestic media reports is it you have seen various turkish ministers say that the intention is to get up to 2500 kilometers on the ballistic missile silo.
"bora" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk
"Yet mean rock and sun it has been a directive down from this current government is to basically build out the indigenous defence sector and one of the areas in which they are focusing on is on missile technology uh and so along of the things that driving turkish interests or not just for battlefield use but also can they set up the internal production line at a building indigenous capability to then be able to sustain high technology in their words exports to advance their economy and so in the way i see some parallels to the to the chinese case is that the aththawra battlefield applications but also list is part of a broader government down effort to try and create new industries in turkey for exports so you actually think that the the interest here is um export oriented and and industry oriented uh and not not necessarily being driven by any particular requirement of the turkish armed forces things both i mean i i think you know in the nineties the clearly identified a gap in being able to strike targets with ballistic missiles the just look at their neighbors of iraq and iran at a time when you come out of the iraniraq war than the prominent role played by ballistic missiles and then the gulf war in all were you know tomahawk came on the scene obviously this isn't tomahawk medeva concurrent christmas programs well uh but you see how it gets gummed up and slow down because they don't want to buy off the shelf.
"bora" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk
"Home we i think it's one of the reasons why i'm not too hung up on the specifics um because you know the mtcr the missile technology control regime uh you know dross this line for missiles that have a five hundred kilogramme payload payload inc go more than three hundred kilometers i think it is not an accident that all of these chinese missiles for sale and that you know the turkish missile for sale we'll be sad to have four hundred nine seventy or four hundred and fifty kilogram payloads mogo 280 kilometers right it's all going to fall just shy of those mtcr thresholds and even if even if actually probably the reality is i i suspect they might even get a little bit above that but you know obviously this is just self reportings why i suspect people would self report slightly under under the limit yeah i mean but i mean i guess in a within the turkish context is always brings up the the proliferation question is no they reacting to i guess it it was usually within the context lee ryan case about pressures to try and develop their own ballistic missile force and so what i think is interesting asking to chinese missile experts on the is china use these systems and perhaps we can glean what turkey wants uz systems for well you know i mean i the chinese cases really interesting because the initial development of these systems these short range solid fuel ballistic missiles was for export mean as far as i can tell the chinese expectation was that these things would be sold to pakistan and other countries and it's kinda only later that the second artillery comes along as now those are those really nice like we would like some of those and so i think a desire for expert export earnings actually drove the development of the capability but then the the chinese military i think while at least second artillery found that it was great to get out of the nuclear weapons business and into the conventionally armed missile business where they they could i think play a pretty uh a more active role.
"bora" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk
"Listening to the arms control want podcast leading ahdath on arms control disarmament and nonproliferation on jeffrey lewis founding publisher of the armscontrol walk walk at a scholar at the villa mary institute of international studies at monterey and sun a senior fellow you wanna kelkal's group center for the middle east guys i'm scott avoid formermasters candidate and as of noon today masters graduate fag congratulations bank is graduation scott chose the worst day in the history of of recent dc history saddam on a couple of hours the worst i'm so dehydrated sorry that because it's nasty an op there yeah it's like ninety two or i would know anything about that we're not going gonna talk about when you with a wales frolicking why not this week we save with applied park as was last week about france aaron we are resurrecting the turkey wonka podcast it's turkey week in washington dc we had a visit from his eminence president reg of titles rogue one of turkey roughed up some demonstrators capped off a vet rather short 24 hours in dc what sort of a phony welcome the president to washington staged rally outside of the blair house in week capped it off with a fight outside of the the ambassador's residence on embassy row quite the spectacle but following true armscontrol wong podcast practice if yet tested new missile you get a podcast that you know and environmental he what north korea and we're not talking about north korea because the turks tested a quote new clothes quote missile that's right you know the uh fired off your up on the black sea the black sea coast from see not a a two hundred in colomer missile they're calling the bore.