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Northeast Nigeria Violence Forces 65,000 to Flee, Humanitarians Targeted
"A spate of clashes involving government security forces and insurgent groups in northeast. Nigeria has caused mass displacement and threatened humanitarian assistance armed. Groups have also gone from house to house in the search for aid workers. Un agencies said on friday in total sixty five thousand nigerians are on the move following attacks by armed groups on damasec town in northeast. nigeria's bola state which left eight people dead. According to u n refugee agency. Unhcr jens locker from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs. Archer said that. There had been several reported incidents in the town since sunday. The eleventh of april where aid assistance is a lifeline or she also continues to receive very worrying reports of clashes between insurgent groups. And the nigerian opt forces in damasec in borno state and non-state armed groups are targeting humanitarian assets and facilities and reason the also conducting house to house searches reportedly looking for civilians identified as aid workers according to archer the attacks will affect support to nearly nine thousand internally displaced people and seventy six thousand in the host community he receiving humanitarian assistance and protection. If the attacks continue it will be impossible to deliver aid to people who desperately need it. Mr locker said
"borno" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us
"Welcome back to David Star. . Great to be here. . Thanks for having me. . Yeah we'll works cited. We . could we need some help with this podcasting thing and before we do a deep dive, , we thought maybe we start out with the effigy year. . So first things first, , you often reference at Bejesus has not by name but your previous job. . So listeners, , what did you actually do it E. G. DE MATURE? ? So I joined Effigy Nineteen Ninety five it was a very small firm at the time only twenty five employees and then I was there seventeen years left in two thousand twelve and at twenty five person firm We pretty much did everything everybody did everything? ? So I was an analyst consultant. . Research then I became a partner in nineteen, , ninety eight eventually was on our effigy executive committee for many years I co founded what became effigies Osceola effort at the time it was called managed portfolios, , and so I oversaw portfolios and then when I left I was. . Co leading the research group is chief investment strategist and chief portfolio strategist. . So it was it was a great. . Have Very fond memories of a years at effigy and learned to bunch. . He is you even prior to your came up we were. . Looking at a research report and I said, , well, , how does that researcher Borno Greg is so old it David Stein road like oh boy. . Update that one exactly a what are some of your favorite memories are lessons learned from your time at you? ? As a young firm at the. . Twenty five employees there's always been very low turnover both from co workers, , partners and clients, , and so it's just it's those years of being with colleagues and clients and the trust that you. . You have in in your fellow co workers and that that's one thing I miss about not being with a firm is just the trust you have in your fellow partners. . What learn was just we were all curious. . And we were all trying to figure out how invest markets work, , navigate, , increasingly complex capital markets, and , so I I really liked the constant change and that's that's one reason I got into investing instead of having to move to the next job all the time. . Everything else was moving around us in terms of how markets revolving and so that that was great and the big takeaway from that is as you know, , you learn humility as an investor and and the reality is no one really knows what's going to happen. . I thought when I was an advisor that I had to know that like people were paying me to predict the future and you realize that you can actually manage assets an allocate assets without having perfect foresight. . There's ways to manage risk and to do that and make decisions and just recognize that we don't know and the humility that comes from that longer you invest. . Great there's definitely a difference between risk and uncertainty, , and sometimes you you just have to embrace the the uncertainty and I thought that was that was very well said I certainly recognized I know a lot less than that I, , thought I, , did each year. . I know less. . Is a great a great mark I remember the day we're we're at A. . Orders RETREA. . I'm just GonNa retire and your whole life David. . You're you're too young to retire like. . See Retire and do what you did immediately. . Turn podcasting you retire what happens next. . Well now. . So I left in two thousand twelve and I launched the podcast in two thousand, , fourteen I I spent a couple years writing about investing I was a number of. . Businesses. . I started. . Shut Down Because I. . Was Afraid Somebody would hire me I had been investment advisers for so long I just I loved investing I just couldn't find. . The way that wanted to continue to do it without. . So I didn't have to manage assets and have that that Wade of that fiduciary responsibility i. . was a guest on a podcast in two thousand fourteen realized that that was kind of fun because what I missed about. . Effigy was an opportunity to teach to go to. . An endowment, , Investment Committee and to just talk about investing and talking about our latest research and so. . After that guest appearance few weeks later, , experimental launch a podcast though structured kind of like an investment committee just not do interviews do more a solo show twenty-five minutes talking about money the economy investing and at the time. . Everyone, , was more people were getting smartphones, , they had data plans, , and so I saw a shift. . And podcasting timing turned out to be very good. . As, , there were not really that many investing podcasts. . At the time and so that that's what I've been doing since. . So it's been six over six years now. .
A Discussion with David's Former Investment Firm
"Welcome back to David Star. Great to be here. Thanks for having me. Yeah we'll works cited. We could we need some help with this podcasting thing and before we do a deep dive, we thought maybe we start out with the effigy year. So first things first, you often reference at Bejesus has not by name but your previous job. So listeners, what did you actually do it E. G. DE MATURE? So I joined Effigy Nineteen Ninety five it was a very small firm at the time only twenty five employees and then I was there seventeen years left in two thousand twelve and at twenty five person firm We pretty much did everything everybody did everything? So I was an analyst consultant. Research then I became a partner in nineteen, ninety eight eventually was on our effigy executive committee for many years I co founded what became effigies Osceola effort at the time it was called managed portfolios, and so I oversaw portfolios and then when I left I was. Co leading the research group is chief investment strategist and chief portfolio strategist. So it was it was a great. Have Very fond memories of a years at effigy and learned to bunch. He is you even prior to your came up we were. Looking at a research report and I said, well, how does that researcher Borno Greg is so old it David Stein road like oh boy. Update that one exactly a what are some of your favorite memories are lessons learned from your time at you? As a young firm at the. Twenty five employees there's always been very low turnover both from co workers, partners and clients, and so it's just it's those years of being with colleagues and clients and the trust that you. You have in in your fellow co workers and that that's one thing I miss about not being with a firm is just the trust you have in your fellow partners. What learn was just we were all curious. And we were all trying to figure out how invest markets work, navigate, increasingly complex capital markets, and so I I really liked the constant change and that's that's one reason I got into investing instead of having to move to the next job all the time. Everything else was moving around us in terms of how markets revolving and so that that was great and the big takeaway from that is as you know, you learn humility as an investor and and the reality is no one really knows what's going to happen. I thought when I was an advisor that I had to know that like people were paying me to predict the future and you realize that you can actually manage assets an allocate assets without having perfect foresight. There's ways to manage risk and to do that and make decisions and just recognize that we don't know and the humility that comes from that longer you invest. Great there's definitely a difference between risk and uncertainty, and sometimes you you just have to embrace the the uncertainty and I thought that was that was very well said I certainly recognized I know a lot less than that I, thought I, did each year. I know less. Is a great a great mark I remember the day we're we're at A. Orders RETREA. I'm just GonNa retire and your whole life David. You're you're too young to retire like. See Retire and do what you did immediately. Turn podcasting you retire what happens next. Well now. So I left in two thousand twelve and I launched the podcast in two thousand, fourteen I I spent a couple years writing about investing I was a number of. Businesses. I started. Shut Down Because I. Was Afraid Somebody would hire me I had been investment advisers for so long I just I loved investing I just couldn't find. The way that wanted to continue to do it without. So I didn't have to manage assets and have that that Wade of that fiduciary responsibility i. was a guest on a podcast in two thousand fourteen realized that that was kind of fun because what I missed about. Effigy was an opportunity to teach to go to. An endowment, Investment Committee and to just talk about investing and talking about our latest research and so. After that guest appearance few weeks later, experimental launch a podcast though structured kind of like an investment committee just not do interviews do more a solo show twenty-five minutes talking about money the economy investing and at the time. Everyone, was more people were getting smartphones, they had data plans, and so I saw a shift. And podcasting timing turned out to be very good. As, there were not really that many investing podcasts. At the time and so that that's what I've been doing since. So it's been six over six years now.
"borno" Discussed on The Takeaway
"That's that's how close some of these races are. So could have affect potentially. Yes. We don't really know. Lawrence mayor is a reporter for the Tampa Bay Times and the Miami Herald Tallahassee Bureau large. Thank you so much. Thank you for having me. As a corona virus death toll in the United States hovers around two, hundred, thousand, Black Latino, and native. American populations have made up a disproportionate amount of that total with black Americans in particular, being more than twice as likely as white Americans to die from covid nineteen but many of the companies that are working to develop a vaccine so far have fallen short when it comes to recruiting people of Color Participate in trials as of late, August people of color only made up about one fifth of the participants in trials being conducted by two major pharmaceutical companies, Madonna and Pfizer. Some of the challenges in recruitment are connected to the legacy of racists. Experimentation on communities of color by white doctors in the United States. But if the recruitment process is an improved, the vaccines could end up overlooking key health disparities among different racial demographics in the United States joining me now to talk about this is Dr. Chris Cornell. Public Health physician at the University Hospital in Newark New Jersey Dr. Pernell. Thanks for being with me. Good to be here. Also with me is Dr Heliborne, Borno Assistant, professor of medicine at U C S F Dr Borno. Welcome to the takeaway. Thanks for having me Dr. Pernell will start with you where do we stand so far in the process of developing a vaccine for covid nineteen? So right now, we're in the midst of face three clinical trials on across. Several vaccine candidates were looking in one in particular to enroll up to thirty thousand enrollment is. happening at a fast pace. But as you just articulated, the concern is whether or not that enrollment will beat it I enough I. There's a lot of pressure right now to get an effective vaccine candidate to market but alongside their pressure, there is skepticism skepticism that has been with us for years, but which I think has been heightened. WanNa talk a lot about that skepticism in just a minute Dr Borno there is an underrepresentation of people of Color and Covid nineteen vaccine trials. You have studied this particularly among black participants. What did you find? So I was examining the Representations are the types of patients that we're enrolling..
News in Brief 25 October 2019
"This is the news. In brief from the United Nations renewed violence in Nigeria's north-eastern state of Borno has displaced more than one hundred forty thousand people this year alone and with many farmers having missed planting seasons three million people are now food and secure U N relief chief and emergency relief annual number of malignant Mesothelioma deaths remains substantial Natalie Hutchinson U._N. News
News in Brief 29 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations U N Secretary General and Tony Cottee his extended his condolences to the families of those killed in Sunday's landslides in the southern Chinese province of Guizhou following heavy rains in a statement. And released on Sunday Mister Gutierrez said that he was saddened by the loss of life and destruction of property caused by landslides according to media reports at least thirty six are believed to have died in the landslides which occurred on Tuesday in a village. Glitch in switching county. Mr Bush went on to commend the search and rescue operations being conducted by the government of China is rains continued to fall in offer the assistance of the United Nations if needed to assist in these efforts in the killing of some sixty five people by suspected Boko Haram terrorists in northeast Nigeria is been condemned by Filippo Grandi head of the U._N.. Refugee Agency U._N._H._C._R. as a terrible massacre in a tweet published on Sunday Mr. Grandy wrote that grave insecurity continues to devastate civilian lives in the region including more than two million displaced people and refugees according to media reports gunmen opened fire on a funeral at a village near might agree the capital. Of Birth State killing several immediately while others died trying to chase away the attackers militants from groups such as Book Aram have contributed to a decade-long humanitarian crisis in Borno civilians have borne the brunt of a conflict that. Has led to widespread forced displacement in human rights violations in finally more than forty thousand members of the scouting movement are being encouraged to stand up for human rights it to twenty four th World Scout Jamboree currently underway at an adventure central camp in West Virginia in the United States. The Jamboree brings together scouts from around the world to promote peace in mutual understanding and develop leadership and life skills these year the U. N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michel Bushley Stoltze Scouts.
"borno" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Died in an attack by suspected Islamist extremists in Nigeria's northeastern Borno region it is the deadliest attacks on civilians in the country in recent years well no one has claimed responsibility Boko haram and the Islamic state in West Africa often carried out attacks in the area the first major opinion polls since prime is a school Marcin shock election victory Matias strains appears to be warming to his conservative government the news poll published in the Australian newspaper's shows more since liberal national coalition leading vapor fifty three to forty seven percent a group of cross party MPs have been on a fact finding trip to Canada predict the U. K. will fully legalize cannabis use within five to ten years Canada became the fast you seven country to allow recreational use of the drug in twenty eighteen the group includes state labor's David Lammy conservative Jonathan junk knowingly level Democrats in Norman lamb killing used twenty four hours a day on a minute to talk on Twitter pot by more than twenty seventy Jennison assembled one hundred and twenty countries I'm sorry can have this is playing back Caroline thank you so much sounds up now it say make a Monday for matches the London Stock Exchange is seeking to Bob affinity of in a twenty seven billion dollar deal with take away don't call making also a bid for food delivery rival John St Tony is now live from Hong Kong pier is being bag deals reporter well by golly really good speech even while I'm so you want a guest of these deals happening now hi Caroline and all their Monday VC Monday on to deal landscaping companies tend to lag Mondays for announcing deal is they half the weekend to go through the S. P. A.'s saying guys sign on the details of the contracts and here we are another Monday really BC and AC lawn on stock exchange in talks to acquire riff in it if I mean there is a lot of consolidation in the financial data and trading platform in the street and here it is a twenty seven billion dollar deal in an industry that is fast consolidating I mean it's a very strategic move by LA see if successful I think it's completed they would certainly add a lot of potential for growth for as they see keep in mind that there was a big fighting between L. A. C. and rival though to burst just a couple years ago do worry merger talks then he fell apart and to see a deal of such magnitude Fuhrman's took change is really really interesting on the other hand I mean you we've seen the food delivery industry without take aways talks to buy rival chest he which could be like around six to a drug deal I mean yeah he's quite quite something go online at a at a test tells you how tough these industry has become with that rivals competing on prices I'm dating coping each other's business models and at the end of the day they have older which is also a big player in these games to an interesting sector as well my my my let's string down into the the LSE year residency thing because it's what's happening now is very interesting because LSE's has arisen twelve point seven percent record high amid those talks about about with buying riff initiative I'm not Blackstone very much involved in the background of all this and then moving pretty quickly definitely what aid ten around four blocks from which just about a year ago remembered the they they bought it for starting how much was at like around twenty billion Bucks me wish incredible I mean another looking to sell it for like twenty seven it is just crazy to very interesting deal I mean it tells you how interesting these hold data and everything around data has become and over here we are a financial data remember a competitor over over for him can dis space and and and and how valuable these companies have have becoming for yes Saxton for a private equity to have such quick turnaround on such return on investment it's quite remarkable I would say yeah and date I mean I see one analyst saying that this is going to be a transformative deal for the London still he says with pacey the doubling the size and as you mentioned on well I'll give the full disclaimer for this story which is that the back LP the parent of Bloomberg news competes with affinity to provide financial news data and information but also this briefly talk about the food delivery industries you say there's been lots of consolidation house of that I guess it's you know Hey uchi Bastogne being the way that in this space is moving so quickly set in Europe definitely I mean that that is a very good point I wish I had the crucible but to me taking took on for him for instance companies like uber writer with over eats for instance are they're launching a rival marketplace platform in the UK and which follows the entry of Amazon dot com with delivered I made two thousand and eighteen and to older or there is smaller deals that we've seen in the past a gross cruise the the rich array really remember for instance when take away dot com bought deliver here do you determine abrasions for a for about one and yeah the end of last year right so I mean it's definitely a cigarette is consolidating and I need to old sue and interesting to watch a man well thanks very much indeed interesting what's interesting to eat which I'm sure a.
News in Brief 11 April 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations clashes have reportedly further intensified in southern parts of the Libyan capital with fighting in the past twenty four hours the heaviest since hostilities began in and around Tripoli, according to humanitarian partners in the country families who've become stranded and conflict terriers, not only fear for their safety. But also starting to run out of supplies said UN spokespersons defenders your eek briefing reporters on Thursday. He said that emergency service providers are operating with great personal risk with three medical staff reportedly killed and four first responders reportedly injured the World Health Organization w eight show has deployed emergency medical teams to help hospitals coat with the casualties and support surgical staff in collaboration with the country's ministry of health. Here's defenders your week WHO plans to deploy digital emergency teams and supply to support first line responders in his activated contingency stocks, which were strategically pre-position before the fighting began the agencies also working with partners to support the medical need. Ads of the displaced and migrants, according to the humanitarian affairs coordination office ocher, multiple civilian shelters have been set up in various areas of Tripoli, but at least two already been evacuated due to intensifying fighting the UN continues to call for an immediate humanitarian truce to allow access for emergency services and the phone free passage of civilians away from conflict areas the UN humanitarian coordinator in Nigeria. It would Callan has called on the government of Nigeria to provide urgent humanitarian assistance to ten thousand women men and children who were forced to relocate to my degree the capital of Borno state from town forty kilometers away, the civilians were ordered to leave their homes in Jakarta town in the middle of Monday night by the Nigerian military without any prior warning. According to the military this billions have been relocated to the because e camp for internally displaced people for security reasons ahead of plant operations in the area. The entire town of Jakarta was emptied and people were forced to move to my degree with very little time to collect personal belongings. Mr callan. Some had arrived without even the shoes on feet. He added. He said the UN was urging the government to urgently provide safety shelter, food, water and medical care to the displaced civilians. In addition to information about when they will be allowed to return home. And finally an update on Syria amid reports of intensifying clashes and increased civilian casualties. The UN's newly-appointed humanitarian adviser for the country called for an immediate de-escalation of the ongoing violence on Thursday, nudge, Rushdie took office as the senior humanitarian adviser to the UN special envoy for Syria. Gear Pederson only last month in her first media briefing in Geneva. She said immediate action was required in order to facilitate access for humanitarian aid and offer protection to civilians the conflict in series now in its ninth year and massive humanitarian needs persists. She told journalists while noting that active conflict continues in some areas as does the risk of further escalation in it live with potentially catastrophic humanitarian consequences, MS Rosty stressed at the UN needs around twenty seven million dollars to. Stain the humanitarian response for the next several months. Matt wells United Nations.
News in Brief 2 April 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Nine hundred thousand doses of cholera vaccine have arrived in Mozambique to help prevent an epidemic after the devastation caused by cyclone. Isci. The UN has said amid reports that the disease has already infected more than one thousand people confirming the delivery in the port city of Barra on Tuesday, Christian lindmeyer from the World Health Organization or WHO said that it was already being unloaded along with ensuring that a second dose of vaccine is made available later this year, preventing people from drinking dirty water is a key priority. He explained once a person is sick accessing treatment as quick as possible is of most importance. It's sad fact to remind everyone the young and too frail and the old children, especially if they catch cholera in the morning. They could be that in the evening if not treated the vaccination campaign will start on Wednesday embarrassed city and the district's of Dondo and how Matanda. And busy providing protection from the waterborne disease for six months amid forecasts of further rain, the World Food Program announced that thanks to receding floodwaters, it is scaling up eight significantly to one point two million people in rural areas of the foremost affected provinces. A total of one hundred thirteen million people in fifty three countries experienced dangerously high levels of food insecurity in two thousand eighteen with conflict and weather related disasters. Among the main contributing factors the UN food and Agriculture Organization or FAO said on Tuesday, according to its latest report nearly two thirds of those facing acute hunger. Come from just eight countries, Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo Ethiopia, Nigeria South, Sudan, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen. And although there were eleven million fewer people believed to be in food crisis in two thousand eighteen compared with twenty seventeen in seventeen countries acute hunger, either remained the same or increased the report indicates produced with the World Food, Programme WFP and the European Union. The FA reports findings show that another one hundred and forty three million people in forty two more countries are just one step away from acute hunger, a total of thirteen countries including North Korea. And Venezuela are not in the report. Port owing to data gaps and finally to northeast Nigeria where you an eight teams have warned of an ongoing crisis affecting more than seven million people the situation, which has been caused by ten years of ongoing violence involving Boko haram. And other extremist groups has created a humanitarian emergency in Borno Adamawa and Yobe states that spilled over into neighboring Cameroon, Chad and Niger Samantha Newport from UN humanitarian affairs coordination office Archer in Nigeria told you a news that the crisis is among the world's ten most severe. There are five and a half million people in Borno stained Borno state is actually forty percent bigger than Switzerland. An eighty five percent of the people in Borno state are in need of humanitarian assistance. So this is a vast number by anybody's standards, these people who have been displaced by the conflict. So this year, we will be working toward supporting and providing assistance to the one point six million internally displaced people, we will also. Oh, be working to provide assistance to the people in the host communities, and we will also be working to provide assistance to the people who have returned home. According to the UN migration agency. I o m one hundred and twenty thousand people have fled their homes in the last six months. Thanks to an increasingly volatile security situation. Marked by more frequent attacks amid a deteriorating situation, including limited humanitarian access congestion in protection camps for displaced people and grave protection. Concerns Archer believes that it is critical for the international community to contribute to the eight hundred forty eight million dollar appeal for northeast Nigeria. Daniel Johnson UN news.
"borno" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The internally displaced who fled the city to escape the terrorist group, but even in safety, not happy feel the government has abandoned them. Police are now breaking up. I that the. Thank you. Every day. The aftermath of the protests sent a strong message demonstrators targeted political posters tearing up the faces of politicians promising a brighter future many of the internally displaced. They don't trust politics. Fatima Adamou and her children fled from Bagga. A major trading town yelich child following an attack by Booker haram, two months ago. Out of bugah. We came to me degree days. New job. There is no food. There is no shelter. We are suffering here immediately. Honestly, I don't think like our votes because what is disturbing me now is Hong gas politician. So I don't think I'll be able to vote in this condition. This even though she's one of the lucky few ID peas who can vote many left their voter cards, noon here as PVC's behind when fleeing the conflict Mohammed Magaji Brahim heads, the office of the electoral commission in Borno that don't have TV certainly they cannot vote because we have already close or would have suspended registration new registrants for the for the elections. Unfortunately, anybody who comes without a voting card. This has led some ID piece for straighted, August goblins you daddy, Overton one novel. We'll talk to you at all. I'm not happy. I don't have my puzzle of what occurred knows me my wish and hope is at this time around that I'm holding my own PVC to vote on the system. Sulaiman Abacha is also from Beckham he wanted to vote because he hoped it would bring in a government finally able to end the ten year reign of terror of Boko haram. There's a whole generation of children who've known nothing the violence, and for many adults piece is seems a long time ago. She turned that garage on works for the center for civilians in conflict in Borno. People are tired of living in displacement relying to take care of their needs in my degree. We've seen an increase in number of people fleeing violence and the services, and the assistance that was being provided that before was already. Not sufficient to meet people's needs. And obviously with more people that the situation's become.
Hit-and-run tactics a mark of North-East Nigeria attackers
"This is Conan Lennon from UN news. Attacks spy, non state armed groups in parts of northeast Nigeria have left relief workers unsure about the extent of needs among some communities. The UN migration agencies top official in the country said on Tuesday chief of mission of the international organization for migration or IM France seller. Asto told you a news is Daniel Johnson about the extremists use of hit and run tactics. And explain what the priorities are now for the eight teams coping with mass displacement and overcrowded protection comes in the last two years within November two now we've seen more than fifty nine thousand people dismiss this is the largest we've seen in the last two years this number of displacement. So it's because of increasing attacks by onset on groups the frequency impacts in the severity in event sophistication of the attacks. When you say sophistication, maybe described the level of military equipment that these non state armed groups have where. Well, what we've seen is that the deployed various mechanisms of war, you know, motorbikes trucks, they are highly mobile tactics. They use these very fast hit and runs in some cases, hold downs for and they hit the town of ran twice in January's. What's the state of run? Now who is in ran under the humanitarian actors such as yourselves, Iowa and others were affected, you'll facilities burned down to the ground. Who is helping the people in run now. Right. So Wren was attack on the fourteenth in twenty seventh of January. The first case one of our guys were shot in the right shoulder as he was trying to run away the other five survived by hiding in septic tank. They didn't try to burn down our compound. They burned down our generated the took two thousand liters of fuel for much Amin. They ransacked the place. The second time we had one person left underground he was displaced across the border. Then come ruin the first six we brought back to my degree the last one that was left on the ground because he wanted to stay with his family, then they last attack. He couldn't stay because. Almost everybody will force out of ran at the moment. I cannot give you any gives because we don't know who's back and ran because there's no humanitarian that is providing support underground. So we don't have is on the ground. The last person we had had to be evacuated last count. What we heard there were a lot of people moving across the border into Cameroon. So how many people are in northeast Nigeria? Are you aware of that latest Figaro or not not really I I don't have the but the millions? No, be frightening. Incredible. Because we have three states that are affected. We have Borno you'll be in Adamawa and millions of people as you can see more than one point eight million have been displaced in their people who almost everybody or affected in one way or another even those in the host communities, what are you appealing for from the government, for example. What are they doing to protect civilians in the northeast from the government, we expect security of all those who've been displaced in you know, to to provide the space that for the humanitarian community to op. For it say space to improve access to those humanitarian community don't have access to because our job is to provide lifesaving intervention. Call on the nonce groups do to open the space to make sure that to not to attack those vulnerable people not to attack those who are individuals. So we calling on everybody to respect the basic human rights of the Nigerian people and those and tell me a little bit about this weather phenomenon. This Hamadan the sand storm that's affecting operations. How does it hamper your humanitarian delivery of aid? And how does it perhaps hamper the military the Nigerian military from overseeing and protecting populations? How much is a natural weather phenomena. It happens via some some years most of it and others in whenever it happens. It prevents us from operate in fluid manner. Tell me more about what it is what it feels like to experience hometown yourself a Hamilton the first time, I experienced that got really sick because it's a cloud of dust hanging over. And prevents humanitarian flights. It prevents helicopters from flying, and it prevent fixed-wing aircraft from flying. So sometimes our humanitarian staff cannot go to far flung area, which are only accessible by helicopter because the helicopters cannot fly. So it limits what we can do doing Hamilton. And there's a very short time period. Sometimes we look we we like meteorologist. We watched it weather on a daily basis to see what window do we have to fly in how fast can we go back. They fool the storm hits exactly.
News in Brief 5 February 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations an upsurge in violent attacks in northeast Nigeria has displaced nearly sixty thousand people in the last three months. The UN migration agency IOM said on Tuesday armed extremists notably burqa HARA militants have contributed to a decade-long humanitarian crisis in Borno at Mauer and yo- bay states. Also known as bay states that has spilled over into the Lake Chad region hairs, Iowa Nigeria's chief of mission, France self esteem in the last two years, we have not seen that many people under move, and it's been what we've seen in the last few months, especially the last two months of the year is an increase of Fistican of the United States are group's and increased number of attacks and success and taking towns since the start of the crisis more than twenty seven thousand people have been killed in three northeastern base dates, according to you and humanitarian coordinating office Archer. And thousands of women had girls have been abducted government efforts to drive back. The non state armed groups that operate in northeastern Nigeria have been hindered by the Hamadan. Dust cloud, an annual phenomenon that sweeps across west Africa from approximately November to March tens of thousands of civilians have fled into already overcrowded camps. Mainly in mighty Gurry the capital of Borno state while others have sought refuge in neighboring states in the Lake Chad region, a more than two hundred million dollar appeal has been launched to bring lifesaving assistance to five hundred and fifty thousand Libyans affected by the conflict and political instability. There the twenty nine thousand nine humanitarian response plan is a joint initiative by the UN together with the internationally recognized government of national accord in the north African country Libya has been in crisis since former leader when Gadhafi was overthrown in twenty eleven with armed conflict ongoing in the oil-rich state. The does forced tens of thousands of families into displacement today. More than. Million people depend on aid to survive. Yen's locker from the UN humanitarian wing Archer said that a quarter of a million children were among those in need of help. This includes internally displaced, people wretchedness conflict-affected people whose communities and refugees and migrants who face grave, human rights violations and abuse in the absence of rule of law. The majority of people in need on highly populated urban areas in the western and eastern regions of Libya, however, people with the most critical and severe needs are in the coastal area of Sirte and the southern parts of the country who access is difficult due to instability. The development comes as the World Health Organization or WHO one that attacks on health facilities and workers are increasing across Libya in both frequency and scale last year, the U N health agency recorded more than forty one assaults on health, workers and facilities. Six workers and patients were killed and twenty five health professionals were injured almost seventy five percent of health facilities. Now closed or only partially functioning WHO said and finally a new tech driven approach to delivering lifesaving aid around the world her safety and emergency food relief agency, tens of millions of dollars potentially increasing its impact massively it said on Tuesday, the wealth food program or WFP in partnership with data management firm Peletier tested. The software in Iraq. Where it spends around three hundred million dollars a year on food basket distribution in just one year the company's Josh Harris said that the trial resulted in savings worth around twenty six million dollars. Here. He is explaining how the idea works. The system is actually saying, okay. We have these goods that are about to expire, we need to put them in the basket. We have these goods that are the same. Nutritional value is good. So you can use them. Instead, they'll be cheaper. And basically, you have an optimize way to deliver a food basket. Whereas previously was done a very manual labor intensive way, the Wf pens, roughly three billion dollars a year on food if we can comp. At least at continued ten percent savings. That's an additional six hundred million meals that the WFP's able to provide without asking for one dollar more from any government sponsor organization every year WFP buys around three million tons of food, which it distributes in eighty countries to around ninety million people the trial is being extended to south Sudan and Ethiopia and could save the agency one hundred million dollars. It says Daniel Johnson UN news.
"borno" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The man. Combing many many many from England from Scotland for island, they are drinking so much. They come drunken yelling screaming trying to make pictures. That's coming up a bit later. Now, this wouldn't be weekend. Without the presence of two guests to give their personal perspective on the news and issues we discussed today which owned for the rest of the program by barrier, Allah Modine, a Lebanese born independent writer and journalist based here in London and Mark Vernon a British psychotherapist and writer, welcome both. Let's start with something biographical about you. Both Mark you you began as a as a church of England priest is that right? Yeah. And the first part of my life very much Toronto religion. And what's as curate says, it's cool in the church of England. But that didn't work out for the continual theme, I think has been an interest in in a life but psychotherapy season better than being a clergy person. And do you take what angled to describe it? As a theoretical angle, a psychological angle all the issues, you examine. Yeah. You wonder about what's going on inside? What's the kind of meaning of things I'm trying to understand things from the psycho dynamics rather than say the politics or the economics? So the social factors which is certainly there as well. But hopefully it fills out thinking about the inner life as well barrier. Almaden welcome back to the program. You had an initial career ambition to be a lawyer is that right? He's absolutely. I have always been in my life. Took part in demonstrations as as growing up, and I was always obsessed with Justice Andrea and the truth, and I thought maybe if I become a lawyer, I can defend people, and I can bring the truth to the world. However, it wasn't to be because I studied at the American University of the route where they didn't have low, but it was the thing to do to go to the American University, and I did political science and mass communications, and to be honest with you, I find an Eliza and very close to being a lawyer. Maybe even better in the sense that it gives me more the opportunity to do what I want to do and always looking for stories telling the truth about these stories and trying to bring Justice to whatever story I'm writing about or whatever part of the word I'm in. I have covered many many areas of the world, and it really gave me a very very interesting life quite passionate about my work. Thank you. Guess today are barrier. Alamo dean and Mark Vernon much more from them to come. Now. I on the program aid agencies based in Nigeria have released a report saying armed rebel groups have killed more than one hundred soldiers in the country's northeast over the past three weeks and forced thousands of civilians to flee their homes, many of them back to neighbouring Chad. They say most of the attacks have been carried out by factions of the Boko haram militant group, which is allied to Islamic state such violence has apparently intensified in the run-up to Nigeria's presidential election, which is due to be held in just under four weeks from today on Monday militants overran. The town of run in northeastern state of Borno, and we're joined by the Nigerian journalists Chitra Nagarajan who's based in state capital of Borno. She's speaking to us today from us studio in Lagos, welcome Chitra. Tell us about these groups responsible for the recent violence. Thank you, Paul. So we know that not sledge area has seen violence for a number of years. Now, there are two main groups operating in Borno, which has become the epicenter of the conflict. That's the first group is called Jemaah to Allison Dougherty, while jihad which means the people committed to the propagation of the prophets teachings and the second is Islam states, west Africa. And that's the group. Aligned with an Islamic state and between them the two groups have carried out a number of tax over the past few weeks, and we've seen at least thirty thousand people fleeing to my degree the state capitol at least nine thousand people across the borders. Cameroon an unknown numbers two towns neighboring those attacks and actually across the border teach. And it's very sad. Actually because many of those who had to flee had fled before when they return to their homes tried to start their lives again yet to be displaced yet. Again, it's a huge displacement of people, isn't it that gets precious little coverage, I suppose outside Nigeria itself. What is the aim of this violence the militants are trying to disrupt the election campaign auntie? Well, actually, what they've been doing is they've been attacking places attacking military bases and taking. Weapons as well as health supplies, and we're actually seeing increased capability of Islamic state west Africa in particular of the last few months because of the strategy. So you can see that increasing in the number of weapons that increasing in terms of which places they've been able to attack successfully. Now, as you mentioned the elections are less than a month away. And there are some indications that what's been happening is linked to that. So we've had some reports that people have been asked by armed opposition group members to destroy that PVC's that's their permanent voter cons that people need to vote. These are yet to be confirmed, but we have to remember that part of the ideology of these groups is against what they see as western style democracy. And of course, this is the president who campaigned on security and promised to restore security to country back in twenty fifteen. So who knows what the impact of these attacks will be on the elections both in terms of where they will hold an if they will the if they will be held in many parts of Borno state. President Mohamed Bahari is still campaigning on security isn't he he's he said that he would defeat the Boko haram insurgency clearly a month away from the election is not going. Well, yes, indeed. And he's not only says that he will defeat defeat the insurgency, but has also claims great success in doing. So of course, the situation is markedly different from twenty fifteen when he took office. We have seen an increase insecurity in Borno state over the past three three and a half years. But the recent weeks have really shown that that security. Is very fragile. And it remains to be seen votes is well voters have to make up their own minds when they go to the polls and to what extent of voters in the south concerned about security issues in the northeast. I think that this is just one of the many issues that will be influencing voters in the next few weeks, and of course, beyond insecurity in the northeast. We've also seen conflicts and violence and other parts of the country. And the biggest issue in this elections is the economy and levels of employment and underemployment. So yes, I think people are concerned about what's happening, but people in the south what's happening in the northeast seems quite distant and sometimes a bit far removed from the reality of their own lives. She turned Nagarajan in Lagos many, thanks. You're listening to weekend from the BBC World Service, forty minutes past the hour. We're going to tell you now about an international footballer who is terrified of being returned to the country for which he used to play hockey in ally be is a twenty six year old player who used to be with Bahrain. But he's now in prison in Thailand awaiting extradition back to the country. Of his birth. Even though he's recognized refugee in Australia Hakim ally was sentenced to ten years imprisonment in Bahrain for taking part in pro democracy protests in twenty eleven during the Arab spring. He fled Bahrain and found refuge in Australia where if the past four years, he's been playing semi professional football. Craig foster is a former captain of Australia's national team. He's now a high profile supporter of hurricanes case and a little earlier he told me more about it. He is accused of some type of incident around a PlayStation, and at that time or just shortly prior to us actually playing in televised football game. So the court case was shocking. His brother was one of the witnesses who gave a statement. He said that that was under torture under coercion that was an issued into the actual hearing at the time show as mush and human rights organizations in the UN, I will tell you the concept of fair trial. In Bahrain is a is a very difficult one. So he's come through a process where it's clear that he's innocent of those charges. It's clear that they are Roni us in themselves, and he fled just shortly after that to Australia where he was granted asylum. So he's become very much a political prisoner Bahrain want him back. He spoke out the reason that happened is because he spoke at only a couple of years ago. Erin Australia against Shrek Salman, the Icee president. And we think that's where a big issue in the Casey's. In the last favor presidential campaign, Infantino and Shaikh Salman, which one of the runners in that campaign. How came when he was down here in Melbourne playing us back twenty three years old, then bring torture when he was doing and he spoke out against shake Salman, the regime and the torturing of all of those athletes, and we think that this was in part retribution for that. And that's why we've been calling for the last two months on shake Salman to make a show of public support to publicly communicate to the Bahrain government pursuant to his operations and football regulations for them to drop their extradition order because he's obligated to uphold the internationally recognized human rights of any play around the world. And that simply has not happened hockey Hakim brother was also involved in politics in Bahrain, and he's imprisoned there that could be contributing to the problem, right? His brother reminds incarcerated like family members of meaning human rights defenders. And that's what how means he's not just a player who was improperly incarcerated, tortured and convicted of a bogus crime. He's actually a human rights defender and faith. Officials around the world are actually Judy banned under their policy to specifically protect human rights defenders. And they've neither protected his rights as a refugee nor for the fact that he stood up for his fellow athletes. And in fact, you know, he's filling by right? You mentioned that he's been in a prison in Bangkok since early December. You know, how is we understand from the lawyer that he he's deteriorating rapidly. And that is emotional state is extremely poor. He has no communication with his wife folk must be at least a month. Now, she had to leave the country for security reasons, having stayed I think for better wake with him in detention, but then he was actually transferred to a jail in which case has been treated as as a convicted criminal there. We keep trying to communicate to him the support that he has and we've been asking people to sign petitions amnesty petition, and they have a message of support people can ride as well. And. But in the end he's pretty much aligned. He's I sell we understand up to fifty people many of them, violent criminals, and he has very very little bicyc- services. So it's about as horrific as anyone could possibly imagine Australian broadcaster and former footballer Craig foster they're talking about the case of Hakim, Al ally. Be it's a complicated story. What do you make of it barrier? Bahrain is a country. You're familiar with isn't it? Yes, very familiar, and to be honest with you have since twenty eleven the situation was very critically bad between twenty eleven to twenty thirteen where everybody didn't trust anybody. And and the prisons were filled with people et cetera. However announced critically bad now in terms of the policy to extradite this, man. Yes. Indeed. If he is not guilty. However, we don't know I personally have not covered this case on during the demonstration that he was accused of taking part in. He was on television playing football broad that that a obviously false. So he was not there. And it's I'm not I'm trying to tell you what I see. And what I know. I'm not very familiar with this case. However, I did ask about this case when I was lost and Bahrain, and I was told that was wrong and that he actually was detained and then released to play abroad. And this is when he was when he had fled the gentleman. I talked to was not directly disponsable for these things. He was part of the government. And he said all we want is for him to come back. What I don't understand is. Why would the Australian government as well? I think has a lot to answer on this case..
Attack on military base in Nigerias Borno State displaces thousands, cuts aid supply
"An attack by an armed group onto isolated town of ran in northeast, Nigeria cut eight to tens of thousands of people and uprooted many more you any Medicare and said on Friday with the latest information here Samanta Newport from the office for the cordination of humanitarian affairs or OSA speaking to Daniel Johnson from you and us what we know about the latest attack in Borno, fainter northeast, Nigeria is a group of non-state actors descended on rand which is a small town in the eastern part owner say either Cameroonian Fulda and the military as and subsequently attached attempts campus is home to over seventy thousand people. So there are already a lot of people mainly women and children taking refuge in towns is one of many comes in foreigners saying, which is the episode. Renter? The crisis in these Nigeria that has opposed spill over into me bring country such as chives Nisha and Cameroon
"borno" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
"I guess I would say now I am when I first started Borno's so robotic with acting like Hello. How are you? But then with pizza scenes, especially with bras. It's like they're cheesy the scripture super cheesy. So if you're not cheesy with it, you look stupid, really like if you're saying these stupid has lines. Can you give me a line to say? I just wanna see pull it off like what's cheesy line that like maybe I could make it not look like without being like funny about it. And like genuinely pull it off like a baby, you're sausage pizzas. Right. Get to stay like that. No. Or or if you like what they always make you do is a lot of the times for some reason, you have to turn down the girl like, you know, she comes onto like. I would I would never my sister. What the fuck? No. You're my friend's mom. No. I would never do that. And they always tell you you have to do that three times before you could go for it. Really? Well, you can tell the guys that are in the business that are into push the guys that aren't because the guys that are are like, no, no, no, please. No. They'll do it. Like ten times the directors like what what are you? What do you mean? By that. What do you guys are? Oh god. Are there are there? Are there gay actors in the business right now that are having sex with women at straight actors? I don't know about fully gay. But there are definitely dudes in the business leaning. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But for me, it's always hard because I don't want to always hard. I was always hard. I'll do it. Once he says, I'll be like, no, no. No, okay. There was like no you have to do it three. Like do. I have to say even the one time because I literally gonna fuck my snap sister. I don't even want to say, no. Okay. Audio cue and a on the thank you guys for listening again. Thank you, Johnny. And for coming on the impulsive podcast first time we've ever had five people. I think went goddamn incredible. We will see you guys next time. Like, it's scribe take it easy..
"borno" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"But this time caps at name moore's names goes unleased our of catholic neighbouring like i was going to say it disappoint what is this place these like settle down get a grip abet we're not done yet your strength so they're like don't know where we're at but for some reason the atmosphere is in the atmosphere pressures crushed us than they hear voice that is because i wish it so surface dweller they quasar gets a line who over yet to not search your name your memory for my name moral you will not find it i am jinkou which october the autumn so i'm assuming love amend or anatomically correct 'cause he's wearing a long cloth your guess is good as mine i mean i guess i guess maybe bring you know lava men ben grimm are they only anatomically they'll wear shorts or something scott meg manhood to mag manhood see stretch does the link club of borno stretching further you talked to richard's man maybe it's a fireproof blanket that whole loincloth of cereal this so cap says jinkou yes i remember you but why did you attack the avengers we made peace with the law long ago he's like so we thought your actions brought about the destruction of my race caps like you must be wrong go deep into flashback mode yes stinks i must tell you the story of how you've done us wrong time monologue ing right uncounted uncounted or the elands ago we law men with a subterranean race known as the court talking's deep within the sheltering darkness of the earth we worship the great god china saad draw so basically three rhyming in.
Australia checks if listeria contaminated rockmelons were exported
"Latest for npr news i'm max larkin in plymouth this is npr after a deadly attack by extremists doctors without borders says it is suspending its medical work in a town in northeast nigeria empires of pitted be acquitted start to report to the united nations says at least eleven people including three aid workers were killed suspected bobo had i'm extremists attacked an army barracks in moran in northeast niger is borno state thursday in yet another setback for the government doctors without borders says it has suspended activities in iran because of security concerns the un has confirmed that three nigerian relief workers including a doctor were killed in the attack the raid on clan came ten days after more than a hundred girls were abducted from their school by suspected extremists in neighboring yobe state doctors without borders notes boko haram nine year insurgency in northeast nigeria continues to have devastating humanitarian consequences of heavy acquis stopped an npr news decca australia now where an outbreak of l'estere years being blamed for killing three people australian health authorities say a dozen others have fallen nil on that all other victims are elderly and the outbreak has spread from victoria to tasmania it's linked to contaminated balance from our grower in new south wales authorities say all the contaminated mellon's had been removed from store shelves but that more cases are expected to surface because symptoms can take up to six weeks to appear.
"borno" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"And in the time since chris syms has said that blake bortles was the seventy th best quarterback on earth blake bortles has been do an afc championship game that he should have won yep and signed for fifty four million dollars over three years which icing i guess means the jacksonville is out of the kirk cousins game which seems dumb for jacksonville to be out of the kirca's lauded a judge again offer so much motti plus they have borno's on a contract next year so do you wanna carry that much money attached to to quarterbacks four i guess it would be oneseason their answers no role but i mean jacksonville is young and cheap enough watch a once jacksonville salary caps situation because we can all agree jacksonville is acre cousins away for me it's perfect i don't even understand why kerr cousins would go the jets if it's ego or just money and grieved but like to meet kirk cousins maybe maybe it's ego maybe kirk cousin thinks he's a topfive quarterback and he just hasn't had the opportunity and he'll go to the jets we've talked about this report sure right era doesn't go to texas i think he's cashing in on the money for two hundred and fifty two million dollars which is exactly double the contract that kevin garnett signed as the highest contract in the history sports go net one for 126 arod wanted to double it so he made it the weird number of two fifty two he did not think he was going to texas to finish in last place when the mvp in cash in he thought he go to texas win the mvp cash and and by virtue of him being great they would win bright so you think our cousins as saying hey me to cash in and we're gonna win on a topfive quarterback i gave i am were going where i think either me or kirk cousins is really wrong about what our assessment of kirk cousins is right i would dare kirk cousins to name a wide receiver on the jets.
"borno" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Talk about the inevitability of that but i'm going to be honest with you i didn't think it was inevitable i was texting back and forth with bryant polian who differently than anybody sitting at this panel is paid to be a football coach and ice says may have a brother whose andy polling chris krisno that his runners chris is in the front office of of the jaguars i no idea okay that's what i donors and i think you're right about that like all know that i thought and i told them particularly in the third quarter when dion lewis gave up the ball and jacksonville just snatched it out of his body and was denied the ability to run down the field which they should have this should have been a jackson that that's right ask bankrolling i said to him you know what i watch this entire first half and jacksonville made it look so easy they stopped new england all the time with the exception of the great late dr which in hindsight helps turned the game around where new england scores the touchdown courtesy of a couple of penalties and by the way as a part of me which wonders in the in the in in the rob drunk housekeeping if there shouldn't be nhl justice in this which is when a guy goes out in has gone for x amount of time the offending party goes out for x amount of time as well but that that's for another day new england scores and still in the beginning of the third quarter jacksonville is handling them jacksonville is running almost at will blake bortles i'm i'm i'm just i'm lost at the criticism of blake borno's at this point in the game because he's finding whatever he has to fine and and the offense of line clearly of the jacksonville jaguars is dominating the game and i'm too and i text them i gold's gains over i mean i really believe jacksonville is going to win new england coming back and i will shut up after this daily arabic dolo who beat who was always pretty good but always hurt dini amadullah mrs half the.
"borno" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Not great quarterback play but it's great game planning around your quarterback at what he does best and they've been able to capitalize lives off the team's underestimating him he'll make employees using his feet running the football and then the play action game and and guess what the deepest really doesn't care i mean when you talk to those guys are you listening storm there are so confident they're so aggressive there so good they'd be like if he just gives us three points will win the football game so i think that does a lot for a quarterback um as well as we've seen now we're talking with threetime super bowl champion willie return onetwothree as four more than a half so let's talk about this if you look at this blake borno's in particular uh uh the worst winning percentage of any quarterback ever to get to the afc championship game obviously that's part of his confidence or lack thereof worcester realistic chances of him going out there on the row foxborough and winning this game well there's always repair and you know i i don't think they're going to go on could have game hey hey we expect lake border to outdo tom brady at and image the shootout i don't think you look at the game i said i think it's yours jacksonville i think you don't want us to be that's half the game i think you wanted to be a ugly flaws i think you wanna keep tom brady off the field i think he wanted to do a great job that one in the football keeper into third manageable and making things easier and clear for blake border kinda like they did against pittsburgh idle i think you approach each game with the way uh like i said earlier the office of coordinator has done a great job of looking at say hey people we know people are going to put a lot of people in the box to be aggressive and try to stop the run the incorporate the play action game with are tied is involved with gets the ball out of lake fans did it to the running back to simple easy read the quick throws than then we'll take shot every blue moon and when they're banned the man and there's nothing there there's something away just one with the ball don't even worry about is just one to take off will.
"borno" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Friends that overly give a damn what everybody else thinks about me i'm just trying to give everybody my honest football evaluation um i i guess yes it certainly i bet a lot more people calling me as of late but men when i was the starting quarterback of a play off the tampa bay buccaneers team in two thousand and five i i'd like to think i was a hair more relevant then we on countdown the hours they were set listening him for interviews on count one group install your spleen i was before my spleen and so that in two thousand size that was two thousand six i became very rolled in bed as well so there's another one where i'd say it was a little more relevant than that i am now the reason topic the topic is it really about bleak portals it's about how disrespectful world me when right in that way occurs no you don't need to tell them to ride the wave the man is right play portals can be holding up the trophy and chris syms is still going to be right on his analysis has been on blake portals in that remedial offense that they have to make remedial for him because he's a terrible events point damn thank you i'm in the best point you made was because i came out your hard on tuesday because borno's at a great game everyone came at chris empty said listen were up twenty the sevenman at bortles holy that is he is israeli good chris i was saying earlier in the show that that team has exactly what you need to beat the patriots it's the only thing that pete's tom brady and the only thing that can screw it up is if you're right the plate portals is the 70s best quarterback because he's literally the only thing that could screw this up for them avenue.
"borno" Discussed on Laces Out
"The rest of the week does get not guy can of over miss put the eagles man what a fucking team that is the eight pat the only way they can top that is if the jags beat the patriots and we need a super bowl with the jags verses philadelphia eagles navy now yeah jagr's eagles jacks biking agree i don't say vikings jagr's vikings with vikings have homefield at the place but thing were at the jacksonville jaguars would somehow be though hatred not only will jerry hanged himself the title what what happened to the nfl at what the ratings instantly and the judge or good story but everyone knows when it when pittsburgh got beat writer and the networks were screw because you have new england jacksonville us at new england pittsburgh people regards on a big deal peoples to watch yeah millions of watch but a few million west that would have been would have water shirts if it was patriots steelers i cannot ice in on a tweet ton of like bashing the thought of uh jacksonville vikings being very potential then people started tweeting me about how we why owed minnesota will be if minnesota wins the super bowl or as in the super bowl and i started thinking about that for the internet based companies i think a home team being in a super bowl is incredible but i think for like the mainstream networks like i do believe that ratings we'll have to drop because although it is interest people are definitely interested people love blake bortles emma the vulgar is a straight up legend right now everywhere good old wsb blake bortles of fucking i'm a fan everybody's a fan of blake borno's but there's people that are just be like nah i mean that's not worth it i mean ages the but the patriots do you think the patriots bring a higher rating than the do you think people want to watch the patriots lose so but yes yeah i think wait till we may weather of the floyd mayweather affect if they want to watch them get beat in that so this weekend would be a big you're not you think pittsburgh at pittsburgh has.
"borno" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Good stopped him house mbeki has been nfl analysts on these shell pennzoil performance line looking ahead a little bit you know we've been talking about how the reason that the jacksonville jaguars beat the steelers was so much because the steelers were looking ahead but this is the second time they beating them they put 75 points on him and their two meetings are we may be underestimating that this jaguars team is good enough to beat a team even if they aren't overlooking them yeah out of your report for you i mean the truth is we all kind of fallen through at i'm guilty of euro we favour offer there's so much more than we favour defense where do it's just kind of the nature of uh you know how we cover pro football on tv and so what a team you have to significantly better than its offense um you know i don't pick that we group in the fame caliber uh you know as we do other team and there's a reason for blake bortles as head stretches where he's looked like the guy that we theme leading up to the season but i think one of the reasons that you do have to take them seriously is that their defense it's undeniable how good they are from a personnel and scheme standpoint their tremendous and you know when you look at them offensively because they've been able to run the football debt and bordeaux says had stretches where he's actually been really good because he's had those stretches um you know i think that it does make them you know a legitimate threat and it does make him a team that uh you know has the ability to go in you know the pittsburgh and really kind of embarrassing so you with a week's thirteen to fifteen for blake bortles he was awesome and then if you look at your really kind of the end of that game yesterday against the steelers he was outstanding maher to i i think we were were holding against them you know some of the kind pass ends of his his career that being said to him if you're looking at a super bowls its case keen them versus blake borno's are you jumping.
"borno" Discussed on The Nerdist
"It was really interesting way to do it actually i felt like i was adapting a documentary that somehow really existed in sort of like a went on for so long that i'm actually tricked myself that is a real feebly the real people i'm just adapting the life story from this documentary that exist but it was lie won't you made it and came up with it was really kind of a bizarre way to work but but it but it but again with the but that idea and they think that spawned a whole i mean like that's i think created this whole thing of like oh let's let's play with poor like porn as a as a real john as a real john relic a meat like a mainstream kind of a genre but again it i don't think that was an example of like of almost a science experiment of can you human eyes can you for an audience human eyes something that when people you know watch corner consume porn the last thing they're thinking of like a one of their backs stories of these actors like what are they what a what did they do before they got there no blick really may be making people like the sex part is just completely incidental yeah it's really just about these human characters they just happened to be working in this field but really it's just about mill dick with and things like that had doubt maybe with corner before a maybe had always had like it was it would like super super dark you know like if sharon porno you know it's means you from the midwest and your father and you're like raised like christian and you came to la annuals were thrust into prostitution answers fucking misery and it's like hard course i poultry restaurant marker so it was always kind of a treatment about pornography was kinda like that or it was just super fucking wacky and ridiculous in line he has come up like mike laughing at the crazy porn titles in southern had so maybe we just happened to be there a spot i think i have i think that i think that speak for yourself because i would always get feeling like looking at borno's late hit you like or away amount how does this work.
"borno" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Is it is it just to we just look at it and just writing enroll ra entropy right now that it's going to be the steelers and the patriots in my eyes yes if you look at what these teams are like let's be realistic my heart is saying go buffalo and they may beat jacksonville jacksonville little immature our young whatever where you want to one a painting in terms of their aspirations in where they are on that that train in terms of success i don't see them this would all of what they have an by borno's has had a good year people please stop talking about the old league borders if you don't want to then people going to talk about oh joerg off and you don't want that we want to let their of die there was last year so let blake borders of yesteryear die he's a different quarterback right now that's it i think buffalo could beat jacksonville easily if if they beat them i'm not shot jacksonville wisdom like yet he should have won but beaten pittsburgh beat new england beaten those guys the gold standards i'll see it happening chief titans you can't believe in either one of those teams no you can't achieve start affairs obviously hit a skiied then started to resurrect themselves but he's going to be enough to go get it so where new england pittsburgh casey how it works new england could beatable but new england struggling with casey more to pittsburgh pittsburgh like damn we could be casey k e new england so it's like this little carousel there were obviously new england sitting at the top but those two teams right there still climbin' up trying to get through the patron what's the best game of the weekend.
"borno" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"The next thing you know he's macau left on island this is nine the left on islet all my games now and then the island will be the flock up would before you at that thing where they have parking there like that little circle yes okay before you at that circle that whole area was perversion incorrect right there i would go to three days a week and sell borno's on the phone when i moved here there was a job the the eight thousand now a you go there every day with a new set of freaks if you stayed the day they gave me an extra ten dollar bonus i would say you that was fun i learn how to sell shit i worked there for as long as i could which was about four weeks my borno's on the phone geno to fucking mahbubul el rushbo 35kilometer rows in the fuck in uh the individuals not the store yeah they give you a list of names in you call stores adding was on the pitch they ignored the agostino here from my one of the films you know mccoy and see if you've seen a new inventory god tell me what you've got low ego flocking sex on sex with megabits people bombing of each other i will everyone wants to movies i would just take the veins and they'd say yes send me three or four we have an account which already thanks for calling a you my new account because people quit all the time but in their abbott coming of one day walking coq doubt i crew night before here just showing up because i had no wealth the talk that i was living right there in hollywood and i was getting checks in the tackle bell commercial and there was two hotels that were cousins you could stay there for ten days in the ass you leave but he had a goal yellow that the ten days you go back to the other one but you could stay longer than ten days and i since i lived there are they wanna go at that time 65 65 sunset that building was all telemarketing.
"borno" Discussed on View From the Gutters Comic Book Club
"Style yeah the man has really continued to grow in refine his style and it's crazy to me because i look at j junior stuff now and then i look at the stuff that jim lay designed just five years ago for justice they can i'm like while it's like you fucking went back over and traced over a wildcats cover like how somebody could be and i mean jim at one point was just wildly considered to be the best comic book artist in the world and i'm like even todd mcfarlane got better i remember when stephen platt started doing moon night and you could not find his issues even the nobody gave a fuck about moon because his art style was so fucking outside of shit that marvel had ever done before like it was just crazy i don't know if those stories were in a good i never bother to read them but i never like steven plaid's are but i never came crap about moon night may i mean that's true except for you know six beautiful issues yeah oh poor were now us why do you have to ruin per fifthly good character by making them awesome gift biomet thought work so that everybody else's ratings rooms shitty in comparison i would say if i ever met borno's i would say thank you for spider jerusalem and fuck you for everything because god dammit you can't just do that should stick the writing your own shit man okay tone fucking ruin perfectly good characters because you're like i have an idea for six inches your you have not been reading the wild storm have you know no doubt he's being wildcats in making it awesome god dammit the i think i'm just gonna like 'cause he's doing editor he's like the editor of that whole line now yeah yy'all though i don't know how big that line actually is yet see those the only should the disease doing that i'm actually interested in reading.