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"buda" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:49 min | Last month

"buda" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Listen chuck called me crying about getting cyber bullied on twitter about this intro or something so we got to change it up. Just scratch that. One morning mr gates. Thank you for joining me on this skype interview. Even if you're five minutes late I'm looking at your resume. And i see that you graduated from rice. Is that correct correct. I'm more of a baylor guy myself. But i won't hold that against you So under experience all you have is in big bold letters in crayons. Silver he'll Can you explain well. Fortunately best to be part of the silver hill. He'll where we hugh and a half billion dollars worth of baptists are t and we made the front page of the wall street journal. Okay thank you for your time. I think we're going to go in a different direction. Hey everybody welcome to the seventh episode of chuck. Yates needs a job. No podcast and let me tell you guys. We're in for a treat tonight. So i have known greg kane or at least twelve. Thirteen years met him back. When i was cain anderson and greg i don't think i can Do your your bio justice. So why don't you tell the. Tell the audience a little bit about what you've been doing in your life who you are. Well i come into the business in the early eighties is a land. Man who tour as an independent Least for for new orleans during the tuscaloosa trend. And then i work for texaco in texas international as a staff land man and then i had a brokerage business up until eighty six and then i took a break and went to new york and worked as an analyst for cargill and we were fortunate In the early nineties to land the funding with the family office in pennsylvania the helmet family and we directed their capital and in a number of plays and our basic philosophy was to sort of monitor other people's discoveries and when they had something significant to try to get out there and wedge our way inland wise. And we had a fair amount of success at that With with hillman group and then another a number of fortune. Five hundred and Family office investors and We I left that group Just about the time. The shale play store. And i was generally a skeptic on shale plays and was not a very big participant in those until Basically two thousand fourteen when we heard about a very unusual and discovery by e. g. in the carbonates of east texas in madison county and. That's what our Talkers going be about tonight. And i'm going to try to convince everybody here In the audience that.

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"buda" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

02:15 min | 3 months ago

"buda" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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More than 50 women in DRC allege abuse by Ebola aid workers

The World and Everything In It

04:17 min | 3 months ago

More than 50 women in DRC allege abuse by Ebola aid workers

"REPORTER ONIS AOL Kerry. Restart today here in. Africa more than fifty women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have accused international aid workers of sexual abuse. The women reported multiple incidents of abuse that happened during the twenty eighteen ebola crisis. He told me to come to his hotel and Phil illegal if. We had heard splint thinks about this four winless. The men worked for organizations like the world, Health Organization and Doctors Without Borders five women said, their abusers worked for the Christian nonprofit World Vision the women said multiple men had coerced them into intimate acts in exchange for a job or fire them. When they refused some reported, the abuse happened as recently as March. The World Health Organization promised a full investigation and serious consequences for abusers. The allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse by aid workers are deeply heartache and heartbreaking. World Vision also launched an investigation into the allegations. Next we go to. Asia. Plantations in Malaysia and Indonesia a facing accusations of human rights abuses that's according to a recent report by US investigators. The report found that Malaysian palm oil plantations use forced child labour abused their workers and house them in inhumane living conditions. The industry has been built on a backbone of modern slavery and it's being built on the backbone of these companies being our to violate human rights norms, left right and centre with no consequence. As a result US costume officials said they will block all palm oil products from one of Malaysia's largest producers. US manufacturers use palm oil in more than half of all packaged consumable products everything from cosmetics to animal feed. Indonesia and Malaysia of the world two largest producers. Tequila. Next to the Middle East. The United States has threatened to close its embassy in Iraq following a string of attacks on American troops in recent weeks, number militias. Groups have targeted Baghdad's Green Zone. That's where the Iraqi government and several embassies are based a rocket attack killed six women and children last week. The next day, a roadside bomb targeted a US led convoy south of the capital Secretary of State Mike pompeo warned that the trump administration may close the embassy. If Iraq doesn't take steps to halt the attacks last week, Iraq's foreign minister said if the United States shuts down its embassy other nations might follow. He also said the move might encourage extremists to increase tax. Addict. And finally we end today in. Euro. A massive storm, hit the border regions between France and Italy over the weekend. It brought record rainfall and heavy floods that swept away roads. Two people died and nine are missing. One hundred homes were damaged or destroyed officials. Report had twenty four inches of rain in twenty four hours. That's more than the region usually gets in three months. The water level in one. Italian. River jumped nine feet the same day blocking access to several mountain villages. That's this week's wall tour reporting for World Amnesia or he carry in Buda. Nigeria.

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Yokoji Zoom Dharma Talk

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

07:48 min | 9 months ago

Yokoji Zoom Dharma Talk

"Out here all day. Well whether you're in quarantine or not Not only a- healthy Also not being upset by all the political stuff coming on the same I today. You know continuing with the thing that I'm doing I wanNA talk on Oman's Medicine and sickness and this is from the blue cliff record so The way that I'm dealing with these cones you know. I'm not not really going into having a traditional light in the sense the tolkien. My every point amusement more of a of a springboard just to talk about practice and obviously the practice that we have is a lot broader. Than Cohen Book Colin also highlights aspects The shed life that we have human beings and obviously strikes in individual ways that maybe written columns so off. I go the blue cliff. Frank Road case. Eighty seven medicine and disease introduction. Folks with clear is have known nest. Stunned Times on the summit of the solitary the weeds pound sometimes in the midst of the bustling marketplace naked and free. Suddenly they appear like an angry tight with three heads and six times so suddenly as the Sun Face and moon face they radiate light of all embracing compassion. They manifest all embodiments in a single particle a mixed with mud to deal with people. According to that time when they release the transcendental opening even bigger eyes of Buda cannot see them even. If all the sages appeared they would have to fall back. Three thousand miles. Is that anyone with the same with same attainment in the same realization example of the main case on said medicine and disease so June. One another the whole earth is medicine. Walked is the South. Some have touch my face. This the whole world is medicine. How the ancients of Baden Baden's been so mistaken the CAU- behind closed doors costing the road. It is naturally quiet an open wrong wrong. Even if your nose is up high in the sky you'll still be taken Intel so the case you know it seems a bit appropriate with The trying to find yours now call visited some progress being made some of you work in the medical fields doctors nurses and Have Really Touched by all of the assets that the the do. I know that some of you even volunteer to take extra shifts. And it's dangerous dangerous situations so very encouraging to me as a human being just that if that selflessness entering into circumstances in that way and ultimately that's what it comes down to how we can serve how we can serve people the people that are around us and live in regard environment now for all of us we. We live in different in different ways. You know up in the mountains note. Sing an awful lot of difference in terms of Ovadia Corentin Etcetera. Obviously if we if we move off the mountain way wag gloves and masks now that saw That's medicine the going down there to protect of this to those of you in the city you know maybe quarantine is Lada bef- a small apartment. You go kids family around. It is not so easy but the main the main thing is really comparison on circumstances and situations with this situation is what it is and then more than more than anything is When situations like this car is important thing is how do we really live with you? Know we have the Basic Cliche of Buddhism. Where justice is it but really the the most important thing with this is You know yet just this. Is it an account of the? Because today's but then how do we work with that and then Miami rose one of one of the things of the reassembling in him. Because it's going to be. He's twenty fifth anniversary of his death on the fifteenth. Of May you know. That's like a whole generation this past but Once in a in Adama Comeback Some. Somebody came in and just went. Just this is not a very popular thing to do time. Just this is an SOM- something on the floor and so it might seem euro. She just said well. What can of this is that you know and again it's not being folks that's full of Buddhism as a matter of being authentic you know a member dolgen would say in the Buddha Dhamma. There is no deport. Shallow was most important is ones sincere practice. That's kind of an interest in what is sincere practice in not something to each one of us has to answer for ourselves. What is sincere practice you know? Obviously there's a disease than That's the thing that needs to be treated. You know it's not like well. I'm feeling like I'm climbing. The walls kick the guarrentee so therefore I will do lots of things to take my mind off it rather than just facing up to it and seeing how the mind works and operate with midst of that you know or I'm suffering. Let's drink a whole bunch stuff you know you fill in the blank back in whatever it is it which is displaced activity. The main thing is the direct facing up to it and in many ways the middle way the is told to buy. Buddhism is not avoid extremes. It's first finding those extremes Most people don't practice until they find the extremes and they know when those things lead and when you come into a situation the most important things go right into it experience it through to the Hilton. He'd never has to be fell EXP- not out but it never has to experienced again in that

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"buda" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"buda" Discussed on Today in True Crime

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"buda" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"buda" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"However they're plotting hit a snag. When Sako and Ben Zeti were arrested in June nineteen twenty for robbing and killing two employees of the slater and moral shoe company. Buddha was questioned although he avoided arrest in typical fashion three months later on September Eleventh Soko and Benedetti were officially indicted for the murders and Buddha was not pleased. He was determined to retaliate. In honor of the best friends he had in America on September sixteenth. A Horse drawn wagon bounced along New York. City's Wall Street coming to a stop opposite the J. P. Morgan Building for the office workers filing out to grab their lunch. It must have been an odd sight amongst the country's biggest financial institutions. But before anyone had time to consider how out of place the cart was it blew up the ensuing. Explosion Killed Thirty eight people. Hundreds more were wounded. It was the deadliest domestic terror attack until the Oklahoma City bombings in nineteen ninety five and the culprit was never identified but today it's generally agreed that the perpetrator was Mario Buda even at the time. The police had Buddha in their sights but he was one step ahead of them before they could bring him in. He got a fake passport and returned to Italy back in his home country. Buddha did have a few run INS with the law like when he got arrested. Leading the antifascist charge in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. He also eventually spent a few years in jail for resisting. Selena's is rule. Some habits die hard but overall he lived a quiet existence and when he died on June first. Nineteen sixty three at seventy eight years old. He was a free man..

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"buda" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"buda" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"On July twenty second nineteen sixteen. The country celebrated Preparedness Day which marked the build up of military forces but those attending the parade in San Francisco were about to get a taste of the chaos across the ocean. A bomb went off in the middle of the event killing ten and injuring forty. More Buddha was one of the main suspects but the police were unable to find enough evidence to arrest him. He was free to keep pursuing his own. Violent justice coming up. Mario Buda reeks further havoc. This episode is brought to you by the completely reimagined. Twenty twenty four escape not too long ago. Driving seemed a lot simpler. Streets were less congested. And there were fewer distractions on the road. Nowadays a million different things are constantly fighting for our attention. Ford believe it's not enough to make a vehicle with technology drivers need an SUV. That's ready for the challenges of today and can help anticipate the challenges of tomorrow an SUV. That's built street smart. That's why Ford has completely redesigned the twenty twenty four escape there's Ford co-pilot three sixty a suite of advanced standard tech designed to help you feel confident in command on the road. The completely reimagined twenty twenty four to escape. It's not just smart it street-smart now back to the story.

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"buda" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"buda" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"The rise of the fascists had sent waves throughout Italy. The movement's leader Benito Mussolini had gained massive support since he founded the party just two years before in nineteen nineteen and his followers were vocal about their cause on February twenty eighth nineteen twenty one. A group of them arrived in the small village. Of Sauvignon. Oh to put up posters advertising their politics but not everyone had bought into Mussalini strong arm tactics upon learning of the fascist presence a contingent of local anti fascist want to confront them one of these. Antifascists was thirty six year old. Mario Buda who had recently returned to Sauvignon. Oh after spending the last few years in America with his short stature neat mustache and receding hairline Buddha cut an imposing figure but the man known as or big nose was far more dangerous than anyone in saving Yano could imagine. He led his friends straight up to the fascist and boldly told them. They weren't welcome immediately. A scuffle broke out as the town. Constable tried to break up the fight. A gun shot rang out from the crowd and hit the law man fatally wounding him. Once the chaos subsided. Sixteen people were arrested including Mario Buda. Although he was suspected of firing the shot that killed the constable he was eventually released due to lack of evidence but had the Italian authorities known who they were holding. They might not have let him go so easily..

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BONUS: State of the Race | 2020 Primary Analysis with Emily Tisch Sussman

The Electorette Podcast

09:35 min | 1 year ago

BONUS: State of the Race | 2020 Primary Analysis with Emily Tisch Sussman

"I'm Jim Taylor skinner. And this is the electorate on this episode. I have a conversation with democratic political strategists Emily Tisch sussman and she's a correspondent on MSNBC and CNN. And she's also the host of the popular political podcast primary playlists. She actually interviewed Hillary Clinton and last week. And I'm totally jealous anyway. Emily join me for quick state of the race analysis including a post debate analysis of the first democratic debate following the Iowa Cacus the Iowa caucus the Seattle with a surprising in ever changing results. Yes that Iowa Caucus we also talk about Tuesday's New Hampshire primary and and what's going to happen beyond that. So here's my conversation with Emily Tisch Sussman to sussman. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you so much for having me you know I just realize is yesterday that we're entering the second week of February. It's very new and I need a vacation. I need my summer vacation like yesterday. He because I was thinking through last week Monday was the Caucus Iowa caucus which was chaotic. To say the least following that I think Tuesday was the wildest Steve The union I've ever witnessed my entire life than once they I think was the acquittal Thursday. We had a bit of a break and Friday. I think was the tenth. Democratic debate was at the tenth or the eleventh. Yeah something around that. I am extremely pregnant right now and like the joke that this thing could force me into labor like shocking into into Labor like stopped being funny this week because there were many although the thing that ultimately ended up doing it was when I was worried that Jerry Harris wasn't going to share bat was ultimate. Well you made it. You made it especially to the caucus. So what was your take. What's your take on the Iowa caucus from last week in the state that we're in right now because honestly i? I'm still a bit confused. It is crazy. I mean I've been saying I was at I was at in Iowa for the caucus in two thousand sixteen and was truly leash shocked by the process and the fact that I felt like so many people got left out because they didn't just couldn't have the time or the transportation to be able to show up and participate -ticipant net Last week one of the things that almost shocks me into Labor is that I interviewed Hillary Clinton and she said the process was undemocratic which is actually the farthest this I've ever heard anybody go in describing it and I think that how everybody pretty much feels that way like one of the things that I worry about in the long term as if November is the long-term though when weeks or as long as last week November can feel like long term one of the things that I worry about is that even if trump is loses uses. The electoral college loses the election. He won't step down and he'll question the results of the election and I don't think that that the results also the Iowa caucus if we even have results right now. We finally do and Democratic candidates questioning the results of it. I don't think it helps set a precedent for us to be able to have a peaceful transfer of power if there should be one November. No because you're exactly right because immediately wants to come out about the Iowa Caucus. He jumped on twitter to cast doubt on the whole process. Do you remember that. Said something like old Democrats are in disarray or something. I O caucuses a mess. and He's already casting doubt down on the process. Probably looking for is what's going to happen in November exactly. It's a way to be able to do so doubt from the beginning so that he can essentially control control the outcome because if he controls the entire frame of the narrative which isn't that he's very good at doing then he can get everybody reacts to it so we're no longer just starting from creating our our own framework of like what would normally be considered truth. We're only reacting back and forth to what he says. I'm glad you said that because I've been thinking about that too and I kind of mentioned that every now and again but I still kind of like a conspiratorial list when I talk about the fact that he may not stepped down. He's been hinting at this. Like he tweets out trump twenty twenty four trump eight trump. We know twenty thirty two. I mean he won't be alive that long but I mean but there's always exactly but anyway anyway so you know it's it's it's actually a possibility that we would have to struggle to get him out of office even if he did lose the electoral college in November. I mean it's something that seems totally crazy but these are crazy times and we are not dealing with somebody who is truly grounded in reality when you are only driven by by our own narcissism and and. Apparently the rules don't apply. I feel like everything's on the table. I think one of the biggest impacts of his presidency is that we don't know how to follow up with questions so we we see we've seen this time and time again although there's no longer White House briefings but but it started from day one right from the beginning with Sean. Spicer talking about the crowd. The size of the inauguration that journalists would say well that's wrong. Here's the evidence and whether it's the president or the surrogates would say well no. I'm just sticking to my point. How many times can journalists follow up and say you're factually incorrect? It's right in front of you before they have to just move on right. Exactly I mean I try to follow up on the the lies in that seat of the new address. I mean like Nancy Pelosi the only thing she could have was tearing up the and and let me tell you why I actually think that was so brilliant is the next day. The only conversation was about Nancy Pelosi. Tearing up trump ended up tweeting more about Pelosi tearing bring up the speech than the content of his own speech. Yeah so the Iowa Caucus you know. I think that we have the results. Although I did see something this morning that said that the the Sanders Bernie Sanders was asking for a partial re canvassing of Iowa. And I'm not really sure what that process is but I guess just in short. I don't think that this completely close is an honestly I mean. I don't wanNA sound like trump. I'm not sure how much we can even trust the actual numbers. I'm just not sure I mean. How much do they trust that I mean at this point? What what they have are going back to the paper recordings of tallying up counting? Who is in the room counting? Who moved I mean they're they're combing back through it. I think the thing that has been frustrating to me about the coverage of Iowa is that it's not winner. Take all so who quote wins. Sounds actually doesn't really matter that much it's how many delegates you get out of it. The the reason we care about who wins is because they get a lot out of momentum out of it they they are now seen as electable they can you know bank on fundraising on momentum all of that but that was essentially all negated because of the disaster the function of the caucus So the fact that he and Buddha judge are neck and neck within one delegate in the grand scheme of things one delegate it is likely not GonNa make the biggest difference it feels like they should just move onto the next contest. You know practically it doesn't make a difference but you're right. It does make a difference in terms of momentum and I think that Buddha judge has probably benefited the most from being that close to sanders right. I think that the final count was Buddha. Judge was one delegate ahead of seeing. What's so essentially? You could say claim that he's the winner the winner of the Iowa Caucus which you know as far as like optics are concerned earned. That's really good for him and not the best sanders given given like if you look at the entire context of the primary the news. That's falling Bernie Sanders this week right He had an interview with Chuck. Todd or he talked about you know. He decided that he wasn't going to release his medical records. Right and then James Carville didn't interview where he also also questioned whether it was a smart move for America to select Bernie Sanders as their nominee. Right I mean so I think that Bernie Sanders Sanders needed that push more than Buddha judge at this moment. Well yes I mean I think they both I think they both benefited from it. A lot because sanders entire argument has been Ed. I am electable because I will turn out new voters. I will expand the electorate. I will bring out people who don't normally vote and because because the turn out is actually less than two thousand eight and a little bit above where it was in two thousand sixteen. That argument looks like it fell a little bit flat that it may not be true wasn't like there was this surge of new people coming in Buda judge I think benefits from it. I actually think they both benefit equally. I don't think it really matters who at this point is named like the quote winner. Because I think the whole thing just looks like maths to be honest with you and I think it's why people care about New Hampshire so much but I think that the reason that that Buddha judge got a big bump from it is really the Buddha Judge Biden narrative that it's such a huge contrast where Biden's made argument was electability pretty And the fact that booth judge performed so much better than Biden defying define where people thought that he would have been even in the the last couple of polls before that it seemed like he had fallen maybe to third or fourth so the fact that he did so much better I think was the big exciting narrative for him happy. You know. Reporters don't really want to report on something that if it seems like it's supposed to happen it happens like not that exciting but if it seems like it's not supposed to happen search then it's amazing. I mean I think unfortunately the candidate that really got raised in all of this is the fact that Warren came in third. She in this race this she came in third. She will probably come in first or second in New Hampshire. So let's talk about her that way.

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Iowa caucuses results are in but chaos and confusion reign as no clear winner emerges

The News & Why It Matters

09:33 min | 1 year ago

Iowa caucuses results are in but chaos and confusion reign as no clear winner emerges

"AP has declared officially after so many days of waiting eating That there is no winner. They are unable to declare a winner of Iowa Democratic caucuses because of irregularities in this year's process and the tight emergent between Pete Buddha judge and Bernie Sanders now. This comes after The Democrat National Committee Chair. Tom Perez has already dad. We need to re canvass. We need to go back and count all you know all of the paper Th th the paper trail everything because it's too close to call. There are too many questions we gotta start over Pat What are your thoughts on this tobacco. I think we've already left behind. Have we got New Hampshire coming up in a couple of days as we might as well. Just forget it this year. Yeah I mean nobody's going to really be able to have the bragging rights here because They can both claim victory. Sort of Bernie is already saying he won the initial Vote and Buda judge one the one after that and and it's kind of like I think it was two thousand twelve with Rick Santorum where we found out a week later right that he won when they thought it was. Who Was it Romney or they thought somebody else one yeah and it turned turned out? Sanatorium did and so he never really got the credit for that I mean he never really got any momentum going or anything for that because it was too late this. It's going to be as well. I think we're wins. Josh Pat points out you know. Historically the person who wins does get that momentum going into the New Hampshire voting and no one's going to have that now. How do you see that playing out yet? So need silver at five. Thirty eight had a pretty good column on Tuesday the night after this total crap show unfolded where he basically. We said that. Even if Iowa does get you know what together. It's never going to be too little too late. It's already too late because what happens. Is the boost. You get head. Is You go on national television that night and you're able to declare victory as someone who was very active in the Cruz campaign. Two Thousand Sixteen. I remember Ted's victory speech in Iowa very well and he got a bump out obviously didn't take them all the way but it did help so no candidate is going to be able to claim that this year and I think there are serious questions about the Avocados process going forward. I mean I'm actually longtime defender tender of it. I happen to like the caucus process. I participated in and I to me. It kind of embodies all that Alexis de Tocqueville famously looked at America everyone kind of game together and like like they're doing their civic duty in a very fundamental level. It says it's much more engaging process and the privacy of a ballot box clicking lever so I'm long time defender but having said add that if the Iowa Democratic party can literally not tabulate the votes to give us what the party apparatus needs. I think there are very serious questions but I will going forward. So whoever ends up the winner and perhaps we'll never know. It seems to me quite possible. It will be the last winner but I will caucus what do you think trial in. Good clear even at we don't know winter. The the clear loser was Joe Biden. Who by all accounts came into distance? fourth-place talk about the former vice president of the United States coming in Pretty low in an in a state that he he should have carried or at least come into the top two and we were just talking a little bit earlier that there has never been a nominee of of either party Who has placed below second place in both Iowa and The caucus in the New Hampshire primary. So if Joe Biden doesn't get his act together and at least place in the top two Next week in New Hampshire. There's really no precedent for him to become the the party's nominee. I mean how incredible would that be that. There's been all all this talk about Joe Biden and we could be looking at him dropping out within a week or two. He's done I mean I do a weekly election. Newsletter for the daily wire comes out Thursday's you can describe bribe. LP DUCK LP dot daily wire dot com slash. Get election wire so I said Yeah. I'll talk to folks about. Yeah but I mean I guess I basically said stick a fork in Joe Biden. He's done I don't see it at this moment. He's fourth place in Iowa. He's not going to get any better in New Hampshire that so-called firewall in South Carolina which the the campaigns been touting for months maybe a year on. Then it's already dissipating. He's four or five points. The most recent poll there if he goes fourth-place in Iowa third or fourth New Hampshire. He's probably not GonNa Win Nevada because again it's a caucus state caucus eight does not play well to his campaign apparatus. He's going to go over three in the first three. That firewall Julia Florida already saying he's not he's he doesn't have a very good apparatus in Nevada. He doesn't have have a good organization on the ground there and he's not looking good right now. Now we obviously see judge with a little bit of momentum going into New Hampshire sure You know let's let's pretend for a second that's already played out. Buddha judge gets the gets this boost and suddenly Buddha judge is the person that we're looking got running against trump in the general just UC. That is that going to be a problem for trump. Do you think or do you think trump could handle it partly I I do not. They blew judges a particularly scary general election for trump I actually think Bernie Sanders. Despite being as radical as he is a more formidable generally Bernie Sanders and trump. Have this weird crossover appeal read. They're both kind of burn it. All down anti-establishment counter cultural in their own unique sense figures. I think they actually she probably a appeal to a lot of these similar. kind of rust belt's More antitrade Anti Nafta style voters would adjudge. There's just so much material for trump come to work with their and he's so young he's so inexperienced. I mean a lot of you are these conspiracy theories that he's like a CIA agent. It's kind of sketchy. We don't really know exactly what he was doing. There's just like he's too USA by happy but he's what he's thirty seven years. Old Trump could torture in the debate. I think he's the mediocre mayor of a town one-seventh the size is of your average congressional districts I I mean E it's not serious I was telling somebody from Miami. Yesterday I was making like a reference in terms of like how how big South Bend is compared to like some of the small municipality down there and it's just really ridiculous and I I totally agree with Josh. Not only does does Bernie Sanders. Had I think the strange crossover appeal. I also think he can activate people who otherwise don't vote just bring a lot of people out of the woodwork to show up to vote so I think I think I think president trump is in a very strong position heading into November. But it's going to be very interesting to see what Democrats do you at the convention because it would. There's no clear front runner. I don't think that the powers that be. You're convinced that Buddha judges is strong and the clearly do not like Bernie Sanders so we may. We may be going into broke. Invention Pat. Do you just to play. Devil's advocate Josh. Do you agree with Josh. That Bernie would be formidable candidate against against trump. Because it's because the just put it out there you know. I agree with what you're saying that they kind of have this same anti-establishment feel but it's so hard to vote for for someone like Bernie wants US radical change people's lives are good right now. You know you have the economy that trump touted during the state of the Union. You people are working on It seems so unlikely to me that people would say yeah. Let's change everything. Let's burn down when it's working for the majority of two and especially since Bernie as a socialist list. My hope is that this is still America and we're not quite there yet. Another young people who were there that think socialism might be a great alternative to capitalism. Something I think this shows the greatest difference you can possibly show going into an election a guy who's overseeing a great economy for for four years and who is a hardcore hardcore capitalist and a socialist curmudgeon. WHO's seventy eight years old? I mean I think that's a great economy That that trump could exploit whereas does with Buddha judge who I don't think is that strong either And it seems like you don't go from South Bend Indiana mayor to President of the United States. Although there was a country where can happen. It's here thank you. Don't go from reality. Show host president if that happened but Budi judge has has one other thing going for him and that's identity politics and you've got to be a little bit careful with him because of what you say and trump isn't careful and he could run into trouble I think. Yeah I mean my concern with with with Buddha judges his his youth and I think he could definitely use that to his advantage. But it is as far as Bernie and socialism. I mean like Josh like Josh Nine you as well like we were born in in in an era where like the Cold War is like a distant memory the most people of Dr Generation. Wow we have no recollection of what socialism even is the here it. There's like some scary S. word but they don't exactly know what it means. They don't remember the bread lines in the former Soviet Union or or the Eastern Bloc states countries and and they're not learning it at school either so when you call someone a socialist. They'll think. Oh Yeah it's like the Norway pavilion at Epcot They're completely disconnected from it. So have to be the baby. Maybe boomers who understand that and don't vote for for Bernie Sanders hopefully still will we like the the people have educated on it. Yeah

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Bernie Sanders slams Biden: He brings 'a lot of baggage' into the race

Anderson Cooper 360

03:37 min | 1 year ago

Bernie Sanders slams Biden: He brings 'a lot of baggage' into the race

"Thirty one days. That is how close we are to the Iowa caucuses just thirty one days new fundraising numbers giving us a snapshot into the current state of play with the big take away the Bernie Sanders or at least his fundraising operation appears to be surging at probably. Just the right moment. His campaign says arrays almost thirty five million dollars in in the fourth quarter of last year. Tops among Democrats who've reported an almost ten million more than second-place Mayor P Buddha judge former vice president Joe Biden and injure Yang Round out the rest of the top fundraising numbers Elizabeth. Warren said today that she's going to report numbers soon now. Shortly after today's numbers were published Anders took a direct shot at Joe Biden's ability as a candidate saying unquote. It's just a lot of baggage. Joe Takes into a campaign which isn't going to create energy and excitement. He brings into this campaign record which is so weak that it just cannot create the kind of excitement and energy that is going to be needed to defeat Donald trump moments go by responded Bernie Sanders Bernie lots of luck in your senior year Bernie joining me now is Howard Dean former Democrat Democratic presidential candidate and chairman of the DNC and also I see mills and political commentator and Democratic Strategist Governor Dean the back and forth between Senator Sanders and Vice President Biden. It does seem like clearly the closer we get to Iowa the the I mean this is the most obvious involving the sharper. The attacks are becoming. And that's I mean that's par for the course. This is so familiar from sixteen years ago. I bet he is amazing Yeah no that's this is what the what happens. So you got thirty days to go. Iowa is going to focus the presidential race and attention of the of the Democratic primary voters on the winner of this race ace and the next two or three and so yeah this is. This is the battle for the president of the United States. And it's GONNA get rough. I what we haven't seen is sanders ZANDER's going after Elizabeth Warren Senator Warren and I mean obviously. Do they have to do that or is there any reason for him. I'm she's been sort of imploding and certainly fundraising problems and not. She seemed to have lost some momentum from some of the debates do you think sanders feels feels he doesn't need to go down that road and possibly alienate people. Who if they like war and they decide she's not viable would go to him so the first thing I'll say is that I wouldn't characterize Elizabeth Warren campaign in any way shape or form as imploding? I think that you know when you raise twenty million dollars and a quarter or whatever. She's GONNA report. I don't know what that number is. That's hardly imploding. I think the reason he's and why though you're not gonNA see Bernie Sanders go directly after Elizabeth Warren because we are in this Democratic primary in an ideological battle and the two of them are ideologically on the same team. This is a battle between progress. Do we care about lifting up all the people do we care about the small guy about small donors. Um What is the vision for the Democratic Party America about inclusivity who gets to be at the table and then there's doing business as usual and so that's really what this debate is about. And so when you see the Joe Biden saying well I'm the guy who's been around for a really long time. Remember me you guys know what I did. I'm going to do more of that. Well people who support at Elizabeth Warren or war a Bernie Sanders. Don't really believe that that's the way we should move forward. We actually need some kind of change. We need some growth of different governor dean. When you hear a British pretty senator saying look you know? Joe Biden is not going to get people excited mayor you know. You look at Buda. Judge's numbers among African Americans.

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"buda" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

11:44 min | 1 year ago

"buda" Discussed on Code Story

"Hey before we started the show. I'd like to give a shoutout to one of our sponsors. Hack Bright Academy Heck Bright Academy is an all women coating boot camp in San Francisco. They were founded with the mission to provide women with the personalized path to a software engineering career. One of the most impressive things about the school is the Titan heightened community. They've created they truly believe in empowering each other and working to change the ratio of women in the Tech Industry Heck firmly firmly believed that when you combine a community of like minded ambitious women in a network a strong support the possibilities are endless check check out their programs at hacked Academy Dot Com. A lot of my path really starts this thing I built in college. which was this connects based audio web server? My my process went on building. Something sketch a bunch of stuff. It's it's very easy to do kind of sketch with code like you can try things out. You can raise things very easily and the way I've you've built things in the past really built these things with scaling and minus -essarily my name is John Buddha. I am the cofounder and lead developer of Transistor Dot. FM This is code story a podcast bring you interviews with tech visionaries who share in the critical moments of what it takes to change and industry and build and unleash a team that has your back. I'm your host no allow part and today how John Buddha took its web deaths and audio experience created the last podcasting host. You'll ever need awesome moment on code story building on the early tech. He learned John Buddha became a ruby on rails champion building his products using all of the components of the language having created the spotify like music platform way before spotify existed he gained large amounts of experience in what is required wired to host and process audio files while working at cards against humanity he created his second podcast hosting solution in time to host a single and very popular podcast this early solution would later become what is known today. Hey as transistor dot. Fm Tell me tell me about transistor. Fm Tell tell me what it is so transistor stratagem is a odd cast hosting and analytics platform so if you want to start a podcast like the show for instance you need a place to host your audio files. You need a place that generates ourselves feud for you with all the relevant information about your show and your episodes a place to track your analytics. WHO's listening in a place that will help you distribute to all these other platforms like apple podcasts and spotify and all those other places so that's that's what we have It's a subscription service. That helps you publish your podcast helps. You build a website it for your podcasts. We have bendable audio players that you can bet on your website. If you don't WANNA use our websites yeah which try to make it as easy as easy easiest possible to get your podcast out to the world once you've recorded it cool so tell me tell me how you got started building that product I helped build a podcasting platform that still exists today for whatever reason didn't it was just a lot the things sort of fell apart to the point where I sort of his exit and I think he's been sold once after that like I was a little a bitter about the situation about how it ended sort of things ended in two thousand fifteen for me with that I it was always still really interested. In podcasting. I was around a lot of podcasting. I was at the time working fulltime cards Samaria Chicago and with it they built it was more like a co working space office for cards and a bunch of other people in Chicago and they I built a couple of different reporting. CVS for podcasting because you know some of the some of the people involved in cards were really into podcasting just wanted to help support the community unity and have the space for the Commoner Gordon shows so I was still around and people in the office using this product that I had helped build one of the projects cards against humanity Bao's duties like big holiday stunts is events and one of like two years ago go they were going to fund a year of podcast called the good news podcast which was like this daily podcast with good happy news in the morning for like five minutes every day and and so I was part of the technology team cards I was in a meeting and they were you know somebody was like well. We need you know if we can do this. Podcast we need somewhere to hosted hosted and we could use this product that I had helped work on that was like how `Bout I build one. I build a new one and and if it's done in time we can use that and they kind of agreed to it like they were. They're very supportive and and people having projects outside of their job which is super cool and and so I I worked on it got it to a point where it could basically grata show it would have an ARA says feed in a website website really basic analytics. I mean it was like the the bones of transistor is now there is no billing. There's no you know nobody was hooked up to stripe that point but it was like fully functional ahead to be ready by January first of twenty eighteen Asu it's kind of like running running one podcast that got a lot of traffic actually like thirty thousand travers so it it launched into went really really well. There was no problems with the technology at all now obviously cards as a big reach so they're gonNa you know they're they're newsletter. They're gonNA email all the people that purchase this holiday package to listen to the show and immediately it had ton of listeners I at that point my co-founder Justin Jackson had gone holding me we we had met two thousand fourteen at Exo they met there and Sorta like I don't know hit it off like we just you know easy to talk to in like kind of wanted. We stayed in touch kind of wanted to like work on something at some point. We had no idea what this is four years before anything happened but stayed in touch and Justin got hold me in early two thousand eight and said Hey. I'm you know you you really WANNA put my energy into something this year and I know you're working on transistor and I was just wondering if you wanted to partner and initially I was like Nah I don't I kinda WanNa try to home because like things kind of went badly with the first attempt at this spot guessing stuff but the more I thought about it the more our our talents and sort of core skills like really overlaps and complement each other like I I was developer and sort of web designer. You're in marketing and product stuff and I just I don't know how to market it like I'll I'll tweet about it once and then be like a good night's marketed so the the more I thought about it. I was like you know what like might as well give this a shot with like with Justin is someone I kind of look up to for marketing and product stuff and he has a big following and has done a lot of podcasts and kind of knows the the market so we agreed to form a company legally Dan do a fifty fifty partnership and it's kind of been off off to the races since early two thousand eight two thousand eighteen so what about what about your Tech Tech Path. Tell me about your path to get to where you are now. A lot of my path really starts this thing I built in college which was this Lennox based audio. CEO Like Web Server that would run into network like in a dorm or in a house and and you could fill it with MP threes and stuff because obviously you get to school and you have access to broadband Internet. You're GONNA download all the MP threes and you could you could control the audio playing computer which would sucked up to a stereo from your computer and like bill playlist and playlist up you can give access to other people people in the dorm or in house and they control the audio coming out of these coming stereo so there was like multiple iterations of that open source at one point. It's I think I ended up pulling it up as a just like an archive. I doubt it's still runs but SORTA like I tunes for the Web Hamas so after college. Let's see like the market was not great for jobs. I ended up starting my own company doing freelance web design mostly like just simple. PHP websites and I think really early versions of wordpress and just found clients and kind of did the whole entrepreneurial thing from early on like I just wouldn't I was living in Florida at the time and there really were not the market was not great for finding a job so it sort of made my own kind of scrape by started a company with some friends doing website who I grew up with we we had the sky contact attack us from California who found the this like open source music player. I was talking about founded it and got a hold of US wanted to start this. web based digital audio marketplace is basically like it was it was it was an itunes or I think you music if you're familiar with that basically you dislike purchase credits an MP threes and we had this. He hit his idea to do this because he was in the music industry so we ended up building starting to build this project for him and that was it's called Amtrak's. MTR KS DOT COM. We ended up a couple of ended up joining his company. Leaving this the company we built in moving to San Diego for a year and working with him building. This thing ultimately wasn't successful. It's like really really hard to make money on selling digital music. The margins are so low you have to have millions of customers to make any money but it was a really really fascinating projects like it was. I think it was too early. I think for that the cool thing about it was it was our my friend. Dan and I worked on this together and it was the first project we build with Ruby on rails so this was I think I one point our before. I think we both really really loved it like we. Both I think we're getting sick appea- not at that point and just really loved what you know thirty seven.

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Analysis: What we learned in Thursday's Democratic debate

Left, Right & Center

04:58 min | 1 year ago

Analysis: What we learned in Thursday's Democratic debate

"So Christine. What did we learn in Thursday's debate so the main thing that I took away from the debate is that there's actually a huge number of energetic substantive candidates on the democratic side just waiting to get into the election? Joe Biden doesn't necessarily early need to be the front runner if he wasn't there the field would still be just as strong also the democratic end at seemed very pleasantly and encouragingly Gli united against trump for one and also against discussing the actual issues that people care about instead of you you know fighting and falling all over themselves as they seem to have done in two thousand sixteen it seems like most of the candidates actually like and respect each other and would be happy to support the nominee how many in the end it's during this was a little bit of a point of contention at the debate. You had a couple of candidates. I I believe it was amy Klobuchar people to judge basically saying stop fighting with each other. There's so much and and and who is on Casper was like this is a debate. That's what we do in a primary debate but it sort of seemed like he was the only one out there with the with the really combative style style that that didn't seem like people were going to be able to smile and make up once. There's a nominee yeah I kind of agree with Castro with former Secretary Castro it is a debate and we have short short memories and politics because there's a fierce debate in two thousand eight that also involved Joe Biden Barack Obama Hillary Clinton. They weren't playing Nice. We've always had fierce debates in the Democratic Party and frankly in the Republican party to that is what a primary is four and remember Senator Harris was very very sharp and crisp and the very I debate right and so we've forgotten that already too so yes I think even if I thought his punch fell flat against Biden. That's secretary cashless punch I agree this is a debate. They should have it out. This is the time in moment the unity is later rich. What did you learn well? I don't have any pro on this issue. I don't have any problem with fierce the debate and actually saying Oh we're all being too nasty we should night away to win a debate not debase way to position yourself a vis-a-vis the others but problem with the Castro. Jab against Biden was one that he got the substance wrong Biden hadn't actually said what he'd Castro said he had and had forgotten and also just seem to mean spirited but it gets to a real concern. I don't think it's the concern that there's any any percentage and the other candidates bringing up and voters just have to decide themselves is Biden up for this and we got a a bifurcated picture last night. I thought it was really strong. At the beginning I think he won the the healthcare exchange I think is clearly more energetic and aggressive in a good way willing to take on Warren and Sanders and their plans in a way that others who disagree with them club which are in Buda judge have traditionally not they're they're a little more of front leaning on on that last night right but then towards the end except for the very last answer whenever he goes personal about terrible tragedies. He's faced in his family. He's just exceptionally good but but before that there are two answers the record player answer that's gone viral that just made you wonder you know when he gets a little tired has he really lost a step and and you'd worry about that during the course of of a real rigorous campaign against an opponent who will use every means fair and very often foul to take advantage of any slips funny casino. It's funny you say. Biden doesn't have to be the front runner but he is the front runner. and I think you know what rich describes there. I think Biden's performance was uneven. I think it was weaker toward the end of the debate than at the beginning but I also think this was the best performance he turned into the three debates. He's been in and the previous debates ah have even though there was a bit of a stumble in the polls after the first debate he has not surrendered his lead after any of those so it it suggests to me that whatever performance he's turning in is is connecting better with Democratic primary voters. It's connecting with people in the commentariat so a few thoughts on that I would actually agree that this was definitely by far are Joe Biden's best debate but it wasn't actually a good performance. It was just better than the last two which is not exactly what you want to see like Oh. It wasn't terrible terrible this time congratulations I think the Democrats need more than that but actually and I was thinking of saving this for the tweet segment but Jamal Hill new rights for the Atlantic actually actually had the tweet that I thought best summed this up and she wrote somebody's gotTa say it. The overwhelming support for Joe Biden is based purely off feared that that white people won't vote for anyone else on the stage because there's no way you see him in these moments. I think that he's actually the best candidate and I think that's totally true. Everyone is oh you know pulling their weight throwing their weight behind Joe Biden because he seems electable. He seems like someone you could vote for. He seems this he seems that but he's actually not that good these days and it's becoming obvious

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"buda" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"buda" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Sure mister Buda judge may be the first openly gay democrat to run for president. While Mr. Pence's Biblically based views on homosexuality have made him a target of the LG BT Q community. But while they're polar opposites on many policies have publicly debated each other on how they're strong Christian faith differently inform their views USA today reporter, Maureen groppy says they share temperaments some family traits and even approaches to religion, Maureen explained. This because people to judge has been has been talking a lot about the vice president. And there was a back and forth for a while the camps Republicans saying that he was attacking vice president take get attention for his presidential bid and him responding saying he's not not attacking. Attacking specifically, not attacking his Christian faith, but attacking his policies that he says it discriminatory. Gay people and in that back and forth. I I covered both of them for a long time. And I thought it was interesting that even though they were at they're very polar opposites policy issues. They actually have a lot of similarities. In their styles in their their temperaments, some of their family traits, and in particular, their approaches to religion, the the one person you quote in this story at a really neat observation. And he said the approach from Mike Pence is I'm a conservative. But I'm not mad about it. And he was saying with the mayor Pete it might be on the lines of I'm progressive. But I'm not mad about it. Both of those tents and Buddha. Judge have used the term happy warrior to describe themselves. And that that phrase from Pence, I'm a conservative, but I'm not mad about it. He said that for years and has the same approach where it stay both have this calm, demeanor unflappability and in delivering their political messages with a smile, and that's that's one of the things that I found similar about them in their temperaments. And as you said that one of the quotes there is from one of the Republican in Indiana. He's in the in the state party leadership. And they he's seen both both men for years. And he noticed the same thing on the the ration- routes that you found. His grandfather's grandfather immigrated from Ireland, and that is extremely proud of that he talks about that all the time not just about Irish roots, his grandfather. But how it's an example of how you can live the American dream and Buddha judges one generation closer to emigrate in his father immigrated. Hey, nited states from Malta in the seventies. And he said his dad came here because of the educational opportunities that were the best in the world. So you also is talking about his his family immigration experience has sort of extension can dream coming to the United States pretty Nico petunias. At has speaking with Maureen groppy Washington correspondent at USA today. She's written an interesting piece entitled the weird parallels between vice President Mike Pence and presidential hopeful Buddha. Judge who is the mayor of south bend, Indiana. What else jumped out at you? That actually comes from judge himself. He used that those words weird parallels in an interview in February with New York magazine, and that came up when he was talking about their spouses, both of them have spouses, who are teachers, of course, they are. They teaching very different kinds of places, but it just husband with teaching at a Montessori school before he took a leave to be part of this campaign experience and the vice president white teaches at a Christian school. She went back to teach there part time this this year, she had taught there when he served in congress. But when she went back to teach this year to teach art, it got some controversy because people notice that the school has a policy of not allowing gay teachers or students than both former Catholics said. Faith is central to those men who they are who they are as politicians pens, one of the things he always says that he's a Christian conservative and a Republican in that order and Buddha. Judge has said that it's time for Democrats to reclaim faith as the talks about faith a lot on the campaign trail, but both of them started as Catholics in an hour or something else they were both bad pies Catholics. Pence now isn't evangelical Christian and judges and a fiscal Palin. Maureen USA today reporter Maureen groppy, it's twenty minutes.

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President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, President And Hanan General Amagai discussed on The World

The World

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, President And Hanan General Amagai discussed on The World

"The head of the army says President Abdelaziz Bouteflika should be declared unfit to rule and removed from office is the strongest signal yet that Algiers powerful military is abandoning Mr. Buda flicker who's eighty two and in poor health after weeks of protests. He he's Taha reports achieving media described the army chief's comments at the dropping of a massive bomb. Addressing the military lift Hanan general Amagai solid referred to an article in the constitution which can declare the poster president vacant if the office holders, unfit to rule General Saleh said this would be an immediate solution to the crisis in ALgeria, which would need the legitimate demands of the people there have been weeks of mass protests against president would've liuqiu under the constitution. The speaker of the Senate Abdelkadar, Ben Sallah would become acting head of state pending an election within ninety

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"buda" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"buda" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"Cafe get. Yeah, desserts. Go with a group, if they're really fun area of Budapest really surprised me with you know, we've been to a lot of castles. And you know, sometimes I'm not like, okay, we're going to walk around and read all the stuff and like see a castle, but Budapest castle was very cool. Because it's so high above the city that you can see the rest of Budapest, and then you walk through this old neighborhood. So it was just a really great experience. And then you end with the pastries I mean, and it's definitely different than if you haven't been to Budapest, you can listen to our Budapest destiny destination. Diary, where we jump way more into this neighborhood, but castles on the Buda side, which is more residential hilly. The pest side is where like all the night life is and a lot of people stay so it was nice to be on the boot side be at the castle walked down these cobblestone streets in these tilles streets. Be at the cafe to see a different side a quieter side of the city over there on the Buda side. So that's my number three rows room creme at the Russ worm confectionary. Yeah. So good. My number two. We got to bring it back to donuts because they're my favorite, and we had just the best time in Nashville, and we went to couple breweries, and then my sister, Julie who lived in national at the time. It was like listen you've been in Nashville three times and you never been to four daughters donuts. Like, this is an institution in Nashville. We have to go, and we got there right before we got we right for the post like we gotta get here. And we'd had a couple of years. I mean, Julie was driving. So she was definitely saved drive. But traveling I had had a couple of years. Legal to draw to drink in a car in Tennessee, not the driver, you can have an open container which who knew we found out that day..

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"buda" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"buda" Discussed on Little Atoms

"Bits of what had happened to him in libya and marley and jerry would just kind of surface there be a pause in the conversation and it's something like you know if you're traveling in the sahara night you have to navigate by the lights on the horizon you've got to look out for the lights in the distance and just hope that safety so that's where the title of the book comes from because i thought that was kind of image that resonated with everybody's stories in the book you know you're trying to get somewhere and you don't have is going to be a threat or not until you get there and you've just got to kind of push on but off the kind of stitching together his story from these little details venture okay we know each other well enough that i can just say to him would you becomes the sitting down just telling me about everything that happened to you on your journey and his story again is an example of where efforts to control migration have basically boosted very exploitative smuggling gangs who mistreat people in appalling ways because of how he got caught up in the civil war and marley he was taken out to the desert with a group of others in to die they managed to walk and find a town nearby when some shepherds that helped them and said don't go to that town soldiers there we'll take you to the jerry in buda jerry in border they were passed onto smugglers who took them across but payment kept them on their form to work you know they had no choice in the matter essentially and it was up to the farmers to say right you've wet off your debt now a few months later we're going to take you onto the next stage and sees a basic made his entire way through our area and libya like this sometimes the farms he was stuck on that you know they treated him relatively well other points he was kept as a slave he's give me one particular story about when they crossed into libya and obviously libya after the full of gadhafi has kind of collapsed into all of these different areas controlled by different militias so there's a real you know rule of law does not exist in the country in places and as he put it would did you know if the people that.

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Police launch probe after video shows officer punching woman on N.J. beach

Dreena Gonzalez

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Police launch probe after video shows officer punching woman on N.J. beach

"Uhhuh i'm lisa g w o r new york it is the unofficial start to summer as we celebrate memorial day many of you headed to the beach or shore and there is one video that circulating from the jersey shore that shows officers punching a woman in the head while she's on the beach wwl wars rob dawson explains wildwood police chief robbery buda calls the video alarming and show city cops have doing twenty year old emily wyman from philadelphia by punching her as they're trying to arrest her beachgoers say the video doesn't look good either i think it was really out of hand in completely horrible you have to know the whole story you can't just look at a snippet in time wyman admitted on social media that she possessed alcohol underage in that she didn't give her name when asked she's facing several charges while police say wyman spat and kicked their officers the two cops involved are on administrative duty on rob dawson for seven ten w o r in queens a fire they're forced hundreds out of their homes it broke out about eleven thirty last night in elmhurst on the top floor of the king george apartments on forty first avenue all three hundred units had to be evacuated quite as seen parents in pj's rushing their kids and pets out of the burning building d whole hawks wife fainted everything bombed that shaanxi trump their apartment was one of four completely gutted on the top floor where the fire began i'm sara lee kessler for seven ten w o r in maryland it's a nightmare and parts of the state is some residents there are dealing with major flooding because of the weather correspondent david curly has the story it's a devastating flood more than eight inches of rain in less than three hours a causes flood the county executive says his heart goes out to this city many people had just rebuilt some of their businesses here and he says this store was worse than the one two years ago the devastated downtown the county just announced a week ago they were gonna put electric monitors along the creeks to get them early warning a flood not sure it would have done much good they weren't going to be installed until next month president trump recognizing.

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"buda" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"buda" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"Sure yeah that's what it's all about our motel director in a room know he said well that's great said i'd like you to do so by shouldn't i shouldn't say that too because you know he's got to go through this this this and i said well i remember what doesn't seem that long ago being in a room and being offered a job yeah by a director and the producer was out there as well i did that no one can get in the room at the same time just seems yes if it's american if it's a massive project if they're wreck in buda pass than they do not time all of that but surely just gas in a room together terrible that he said that here regardless regardless of whether you're up or not because i know that's happened to a few people and nothing nothing not even know well also now i know but going back to that no thing you discussed on this a few times in every we're all talking about it and there's a little bit of occasionally seems to be a little flurry on twitter wherever alone in their heads above the para pan going i don't like as well because we're all scattered to say that because we don't want a situation where casting director reads that and goes i'm not emmy if he doesn't like the process he doesn't doesn't like us not saying but it's not that and it's just it's it's just all wanna we've all got our departments yeah i on us at memorial sat i don't i don't go mess forgot department likewise just about being polite and if if we've made the f we've made the effort to now learn our.

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"buda" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"buda" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Yeah so you know more power to a man she needs to go to a corrupt country japan and on the mothers buzzing do go to like like i did everything's over these past couple of dollars whatever you need nice well she sounds like she's a she's got a mindset on this man she's like she she was ready to even she said man i got my what is the hub g i'm ready to sleeves and everything she's for how long and i don't think you have to do all that in certain parts over there like muslims moslem whatever like i say that's not the case i say that my wife is from is from turkey i've been over there she was in buda shows i manage do that over the has yeah eight the same everywhere so you know she's i don't know man she was ready to put some isis video marriage there this is an american you know what and it's gonna be ice on the camera today you go save us from this woman ready please man i to be sold back out of white sleep get a refund play just go by just drop off so she leaves what what's up son does the monday show that she's a part of which i think that she's very necessary part of solutely yeah but she she leaves my wife of mealy said i do it okay osmond i wanna say like man he's leg you know for me that would be hilarious.

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"buda" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"buda" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"C all of the kind of standard streaming formats takes advantage of psychoacoustics to remove some of the data the premise being all you won't hear it so france's the folks have fraunhofer invented mp three noticed that when the ear here's a certain frequency it masks out related frequencies so they said well that means you can just take out that data the related frequencies data because ears hearing the one frequency and for the most part that works quite well that's l mp three works but it does not save the entire all the data and only save some of the data that's lost city uh it's just like jae peg in the buda image world it takes out some of the image and any degrades it as a result so flack take is a loss list compression the apple both lost list is another way of doing this the takes the wave file the basic bids and squeezes it without damaging it and it gets so mp three gets about a ten to eleven to one to pressure ratio flak is about two to one it's very much like zip it's ios dipped files are all loss was compression because if you if you use zipped a programme upper as a word document and took bits of it out a wouldn't unzip to the right thing so they have to be lost lesok flak is essentially that it's it's using a standard squeezing technique that doesn't lose any data so it's a little smaller sped up and wave it's about half the size of wave but its exact but who unpreced it's exactly the same as the wave okay i think i heard that aranda wave it i i should down on copying to wave because i could den burned eighty is that yukio you can't burn flack unless you have a program that understands flack and then converts to waive yes cds our wave base on compressed audience lille laporte the techa lorde.

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"buda" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"buda" Discussed on Acquired

"We were really excited about social and we we saw this enormous opportunity in front of us for what could be done in social and what could be done in so many different segments i had been pretty in a wisely warned by a couple of people that that it's far more common for startups to die of indigestion from too much opportunity than starvation of of too little and end so it was really majko founders that i think started along this path of we sports for vr because was a really great place to start for for social casual games are really easy thing to pick up and play are a great way to break the ice between strangers which is pretty important in vr like the social density is lower so you're not as likely to find one of your top five friends in wreck rim right now so a lot of times you're playing with no strangers from elsewhere in so you need you need some common ground to kind of form there and then it was also very modular format it was easy to like drop new things in pull them out change them we always had this idea that we wanted the content in wreck rim to be more than just the content that we authored but we knew that that we could build a great base with kind of this concept we sports and go from there i think with a lot of ideas they are both familiar and differentiated and we sports of vr was definitely that like you have a strong sense of what that is when you hear it and then when you go and play it because of the controls in vr in the immersion of vr it felt really different it felt very differentiated as been said in buda we could talk for hours about how call wrecker ms but really you just take our word for it you've got to go try it but i wanna get into your the c browne because the story here is really cool so and and i think you guys did a couple things a couple of really key things differently than a lotta startups do them one you guys were very almost prescriptive in the amount that you wanted to raise.

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"buda" Discussed on Bang the Book

Bang the Book

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"buda" Discussed on Bang the Book

"Yeah did you get a botches the book but i didn't know we didn't make it their unfortunate i was so full eating wings at two different places in the same night but i did go to paul is near doughnuts are good yeah well the what these beyond belief that literally i try to be a nice guy every day but i i i you know dirty looks at everybody with you get chicken when he's out here they they throw wayne gretzky catcher mike you gotta be kit i mean eh youyou'll if they're bait buffalo check that we are made to be eaten with blue cheeks no i i completely agree and for those that have no idea what we're talking about uh brian a longtime buffalo knee and i went up there last weekend is absent on the show before came as savers fan in high school still got a chance to go up there to the game and uh you know had to get wings and did did deport people swanee house get a by did what and what no i i do agree well i i know well that's fine i'm always happy to have an excuse skill back there hopefully when i go savers play a little bit better but you'll for those inhabiting a unified wack that have built on wikileaks in town tell people are for me is that or play dealt with on the puk that's true yeah i mean you know that it was cupcake they although it you could say credit last night they i mean they're percival pride after the maybe that's a little less for the podcast ears uh you know what a team has one of the most got off with performances in the buda off the eye in the coakes calls them out and they get through put through the rigor uh even though they get the bottom of the barrel these guys are professional athletes they are playing for jobs and pride of their next game they went into calgary last night beat a red hot blames team in overtime eichel scored in overtime so as bad as they look last night uh they were a big plus pricing you make money.

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"buda" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"buda" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A dish win your so it would nate pearl's about a ways getting like more and more he's got like this affect to his voice now let's even like every day every time i he will listen de we really appreciate and what's going on with jewish israelis get he's this is more like the but he's the voice of the generations on me on the voice of their generation a la buda hills the so you come from a passionate place mayor marion dow was on the voice and i know i mean my wrongs listed of what may chimes in here about asia there's what we're for sex we're very pass against you saw it right bring to the field have you on the so thank you and so i got ludi always so like i don't know is getting more and more is get more into it can mori's he's getting a little ray lewis he in their passionate plates man the voice of their generation not enough i'll tell he's getting a little sunday's nfl get a big head you think all y'all unknowns linkage bigoted unical not know what you will issue will only bigger fleet noticed door you know what a bit through the door you know me now gillespie beeharry ended meetings every day this meetings over bowled nauseous was carter's tired a senior in their own peta's more about attack over the balls his job time envision say although we were okay you know me rather than that i wrote a nervy now physically large oil we did this blogging hello but but did figurative lawyer known in couple months i will not know you off that will not be what else john hurts me my daddy dad hurts me mike we used to know him back win i will ask i will ask mike this question i want to series saint series bought a lean mayor do you think that in the next year or so i'm going to change because of a different environment do not say oh you will i don't sell out i don't i really don't think i have i don't be running i don i don't got on a thing might be the turning of for red atta now that's that shop misogynist jerk the biggest jerk in the world at a like that you should know me.

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"buda" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"buda" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Of philadelphia police made he's just complete scumbags and in about half way through flipping said god these guys and mover complete scumbags and i got the same sense of this pd who've under delegates at the time thought of themselves as the finest in the world nobody has better training nobody is this that and the other in there too they seem that's not true and then years sympathies again are you know there's no black and white there's no binary here and then you see the rioters and that's exactly what they were and the racial component of it and the rodney king part of the beating and the racial component of the people being targeted de florence enormity of people cars being stopped pulled out windows being smash with rocks and you hear somebody yelling out take the white people out let the black people go let the mexicans go but take the white people in the buda heads which i assume i don't know means seeks muslims is not entirely clear but it was this racial categorisation that you had to attack people base based on the senate we was full blown you know riot race for its cetera averts in miniature it's another documentary came out almost the same time this year which i watched which john release documentary called let it fall and it enraged me and this is not its enlightening in some ways because they have dot they have interviews with those who beat reginald any including damien football williams the famous a guy who who who smashed the the the brick on on his head and almost killed him and there are some very very touching moments of these guys that are locals in south central.

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