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Jacob Blake: Trump visits Kenosha to back police after shooting
"Yesterday and a question via White House reporter Donald Trump was asked if he condemned the vigilante killings carried out in Kenosha Wisconsin by a seventeen year old trump supporter from Illinois who was in illegal possession of the fifteen style rifle that he used to kill two protesters in Kenosha shooting one of them in the back. And wounding another donald trump not only declined the opportunity to condemn his seventeen year olds, supporters illegal possession of and use of that weapon to kill people. Donald trump actually offered a self defense theory in what is now the murder case that the seventeen year old has been charged him. And that is because Donald Trump believes the way for him to win. The presidential election is to win the vigilante vote. And the vigilante sympathizer vote. Last night at this hour on the Fox propaganda channel owned and operated by Donald trumps Favorite Emigrant Rupert Murdoch Donald Trump compared the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha. With a Golfer missing a PUTT. Shooting a guy in the back many times I mean. Couldn't you have done something different Caen of wrestle. In the meantime he might have been going for a weapon and you know as a whole big thing there but they choke just like in a golf tournament they miss a three foot comparing it to golf because he of course, that's what I'm saying people. Yes, he was comparing to golf and he was sanitizing what looks like an attempted murder by a police officer on video to just being an imperfect judgment made in a tense moment. For Donald Trump Jacob Blake, clinging to life in a hospital bed and Kenosha after repeated surgeries for these seven bullets fired into his body represents nothing more than a missed pot.
NBA, Pro Sports Teams Call Off Games After Jacob Blake Shooting
"Aw. It's been four years in San Francisco. Forty Niners quarterback Colin Kaepernick first to Caen in response to police violence against black people me ultimately is to bring awareness and make people know realize what's really going on in this country. There are a lot of things that are going on their unjust people aren't being held accountable for, and that's something that needs to change that message from two thousand sixteen resonated last night across the professional sports world when players from the. NBA WNBA Major League Baseball Major League soccer professional tennis, and more decided against playing games in response to the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin Stars including Lebron James Naomi Osaka, mookie Betts Elizabeth Williams, and others released statements denouncing the shooting and talking about their decision not to take part in Games. The reaction from players and broadcasters was swift. The consensus is to not playing tonight slate of games and to kneel lock arms and racists during the national anthem all. Teen. Back, we're calling for justice, Jacob Lick and demand offer beheld count I got this little girl here that we see every day his life matters he needs to know that he can do what he wants to do whenever he leaves his house as a black man as a former player. I think it's best for me to support the players and just not be here tonight. In in a blackmail of Americans, it's not easy so. We've seen this all of our heroes. Constantly taken down, we understand is not gonNA end
Virus fear prompts Mexican town to block road from US border
"Of the Mexican town of Caen oId across the Lukeville. Arizona briefly blocked the main road leading south from the U. S border over the weekend over fears of Corona virus outbreaks. Arizona has seen a major up search and infections and there were worries about intensify contagion during the July 4th weekend.
UK to start preparing for killer coronavirus as deadly disease spreads to US
"In the past few hours the UK government's passed declare to the corona virus our to break a serious and imminent mint threats to public health. It's comes as the number of reported deaths in China stand set more than nine hundred. Let's get the latest on this with Chris Smith who is consultant altuve virologist at Cambridge University. Welcome to the broker. Chris Oh first of all. What does this announcement by the UK? Government mean in practice. Well this this is more kind of a policy situation. It's telling everybody we are preparing. We're putting into certain set of arrangements so that everything thing is prepared. Should the worst happen. The plan in place is not saying wow. The risk is suddenly changed dramatically. The risk is always been there with doing more testing etc.. We'll find out more later this week. I suspect us to really what the background level of this is circulating the country. This is more kind of the government saying that we've got various positions in place whereas policies in place now so if anything does happen we're prepared for it. Why is it gives us announcement now than what kind of considerations have taken place before that? Well things have moved on a little bit haven't they. We've seen very large numbers of cases now declared in China. There's something forty thousand. People have been confirmed as having having this agent. We've got something like four hundred thousand people being watched contact traced by the Chinese authorities. And we're beginning to see pickup beyond the the shores of China last week for instance we had one individual who caught the infection in Singapore. They'd never been anywhere near China showing the infection isn't just outside China. It's actually outside China and is spreading outside China so that was a step change. We've also seen not not one not two but now we're up to eight cases of people from the UK who have been infected with this beyond the shores of the UK at this stage but again reaffirming the fact that did he spreading. And it's quite transmissible so I think this is now a showing that there is a ramp up in in risk and so people are saying we need to be prepared for it now. How much can you tell us about different plans? The UK government's may have in case. The situation gets worse worse over here. Well Caen explain what we're doing in terms of the monitoring and diagnostic side because I'm involved in and from that perspective across this week the information I've seen suggests that we should be slowly phasing in testing local abort tree level now. What that means is that instead of samples arriving At a hospital say and being transmitted down to London where a centralized testing facility can look for this agent. The fortress in networks across the country will have their own. I'm tests so that. They can very quickly process samples from patients without the need to transmit them with a big delay down to London. Get tested set in the back so that is going to help to streamline nine not just monitoring which is going to be important but also getting a good measure on how many people might have this also getting an understanding of how we we can better control and coordinate efforts locally because the sooner we can give results to people with the sooner we can reassure them but be we know what to do with them because if a person needs to be isolated they can be isolated. A person doesn't spend ages in isolation using facilities or wasting their time waiting for a result. We keep the country moving so I think getting the testing is going to be the the first priority. And that's coming this week. We hope the total number of deaths in China has now reached nine hundred and eight and that is more during the SARS epidemic in two thousand to two thousand and three. How would you describe the situation? We're seeing now. What is the situation with the corona virus worldwide? Wii at the moment well the the fine grain data we have is coming from China because obviously there ahead of the curve in terms of hitting their first other countries including this one where tendons be reactive to where people have come from when they have symptoms so case definition here in the at the moment is question. One have symptoms. We'll have you been in contact with someone who has question to have you been in or were they in one of nine risk areas and those areas where they know the diseases circulating collecting at the moment so there may well be Z.. Circulating here on the streets of Britain and we wouldn't know at the moment because we're not going finding random people and testing them because we haven't had the testing Pakistan that would demolish our system. That's why but the point is that the chances are as we begin to look more. We're GONNA find more so more countries with more testing and Awada case definition is probably GONNA show an escalation now. The big question is always still lag. Phase as in China took a wall to give up its numbers before before they started to grow the way that they have recently is the rest of the world in that position did China export enough cases of this to other countries before we knew about it that there is already seething around the world and I suspect that probably was of cases of this. So it's going to slowly grow in smolder and then the numbers will start to climb. We don't know what the Matthias kind of I think what the next week or so is going to show us as we begin to look more but do we know how efficient the sometimes trucco Nian prevention measure have been so far. Well Yeah you're right to call it your Conan. I mean look what China's doing they've got people confined to their homes There were situations where people Philippine told you not allowed out. One designated family member is allowed to go shopping every couple of days. No one else can leave. No one can go to work and the repercussions of this is going to be quite considerable. Obviously the social ones. There's people who might be vulnerable. Who's caring for them? If you if you coke it out the house. There's going to be the psychological things you're going to get you know we're talking about people on boats stuck on in six thousand people stuck on a boat with that doesn't redefine cabin fever or what does and then you got the situation where We we don't know how this is going to spread yet so at the moment is it's really uncertain and so- China have resorted these really quite severe measures and the spraying the streets with no call it at all. But some kind of disinfectant with drones and with other sort of cannons to try and cleanse the areas and reduce the race and it has brought numbers down a bit in China but other countries couldn't possibly do China all doing and China is still just a still not not controlling this. They've still got two and a half thousand cases a day that that dog nosing with it so I think it's early days to say exactly. How far is GONNA go moment? Chris Smith from Cambridge University. Thank
You CAN Build the Butt You Want and She Has the Secret
"We have a but that is going to make you is go bananas Most beautiful woman who has earned earned every ounce of that. Booty Hilary. Loftus is a trainer at lift tonic. You've heard me talk about it. We've had redone on the owner of the gym. I love this and you know what if you are thinking that you can't get the ass that you want in two thousand twenty. Let me tell you just take a look at this. I Hillary. I just can't even with you. You look phenomenal Ryan before you signed on. Hillary was just saying that she got a spray Tan. So Ryan loves spray TANS. Yeah I mean I feel like it's very tan fixes like most of my problems. You know feeling really sad about things too. And I'm like you know things are not that bad. It is addicting. And it's definitely mood altering I I agree with you. One Hundred Percents Hillary. I'm so excited to have you on You know I love I love love. Love your classes at lift Hanoch One of the things that I love is your so positive and when admit it was like about a year ago I signed onto your instagram right. I'd started taking classes and I was so amazed by how number one number one how banging your body as can we just like a can we but also how how body positive you are and You we are really interesting story. You started in fashion before fitness. Can you tell us about that Yeah I went to a fashion design high school and then the natural progression was just to go to fit And then I did a bachelor's. It didn't love working in fashion I think it's when you're younger and you start doing fashion. You have this idealized version of what you think. The fashion industry is and then you get there and you're like yeah that's not it at all. I got into interior design And I loved it but like I can't handle sitting at a desk all day And I just knew that wasn't for my personality And then so I was like all I will try real estate because it's not like a hip hop skip and a jump from interior design. China you can feed your own apartments while that But you know it's just like some people can do that some people can't and it's like I didn't love it either and eh time. I started really weightlifting And then that became the highlight of my day and I kind of accidentally fell into it. I just if if you don't mind I wanNA share some of these instagram. And if you're listening to US right now it's worth it to go over and check this out. I'm first of all. This is lift tonic. This is where I met. Were you are one of the instructors. But get ready folks. Because y'all I mean you law Oh and I'm just GONNA get right to it. I will show you the picture that I was like. I mean. Can we just for doc girls angles lighting. I'm telling you but I mean yeah no I mean honestly it should everyday you gotta work at so an excuse me for saying this. Your ass is incredible and it looks one hundred percents real and it is you look strong and I love this representation of beauty because unsexy. This is my favorite. Because you look so healthy and you look I i. I'm sure you do to maintain to maintain that You have to. Yeah but I mean can I not to sound cheesy but you're wasting snatched the tiniest little waste of I. I think people would be very surprised at how much smaller their waste can get If they just eat differently Yeah Yeah I mean yeah. I stayed in entirely huge role in. How big your weight like most of the time? If you feel like it's your waistline that is the issue but that is where most tissue live that is all diet like lately ruin through Diet and now I do remember there was a post and I am not gonNa dig through them. We'll leave this one up here. We're you mentioned that. And this is what I love about your body positively. You mentioned that you were weightwise some of the heaviest that you'd been win but yet twenty four inch waist. And that's what I want to really focus on today. You know you you you really spread this message of like you eat you out. Well you know tell us what. What is your philosophy on on lifting weights Okay so let's a little preface so when I ms in fashion design I started going to college I was like about a hundred pounds right And I'm five five So when I was the heaviest I was as you know and I had a tiny ways and I would think that pretty much across the board like I feel like most people would say that I looked healthier and happier on heavier weight. Had different dimensions. Completely I was a hundred and thirty eight hundred dollars. One hundred and forty pounds. That's kind of a big like thirty eight pounds of muscle and fat. I mean you have to have both But I theory behind weightlifting. Is You gotta be consistent about and that is with anything with Diet and with your working out. 'cause I mean I'm sure if you're watching probably read that somewhere But it really in fact like if you are consistent about something show up for yourself make time And it's not just about thinking that one class it's nice like give you that that body Like if you look at me and you're like wow. Her body is great. You know it's not just coming to class twice a week and thinking that that's going to do the job because you know you really have to spend that time focusing on your food as well you know and that takes time and like planning on us. They've got the hardest part. So how many days a week are you in the gym. While I I work at one almost every day but I would say I way chain five days a week. Yeah how an a percentage ratio right. So if you were to say would you say it's seventy percent diet thirty thirty percent exercise or would you say it's twenty percent exercise eighty percent diet. Yeah totally I think that Diet. Save an disgusting disgusting roll like no one wants to hear it. It's like people work out so that they can eat more. I do eat more but you have to kind of like hit strict about how much more food you're eating like I can. I can eat a lot of Sushi. Cheap meals are insane So Caen most grown men under the table but you're also working out incredibly in your lifting really heavy and I on personal trainer her. I'm standing on my feet all day. I'm running back and forth from classes and studio I train at So it's just I'm I'm very active like all day
Feds Spend $1,788,748 on Virtual Reality Game for Young Gay Men
"This is probably why they got the money. I mean, I get it. Million seven hundred eighty eight thousand dollars come on. Speaking of money, how about the lack thereof. This really is a heartbreaking story. Reported by zero hedge and Fox News. It's so bad in Venezuela. Women fleeing socialist Venezuela have taken to capitalism to survive not the kind of capitalism you'd like to see. Selling sex hair and breast milk. As they make the perilous journey into neighbouring Columbia in search of a better life. One Fox News reporter talks about a Caen a Colombian border city. Virtual chaos as real thin, women cradle, they're tiny, babies and beg along the trash strewn gutters. Teens hock everything from cigarettes to sweets and water for small change. The young the old and the disabled clutter. They actually cluster around the loan Western Union office recently established to deal with the Venezuelan influx in hopes of receiving or sending a few dollars home without passports work permits. The Venezuelans many with
"caen" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Here's a program from our archives. Caen canal is a shaman and the son of the shaman village is in the southwestern Brazil, the state of Mato Grosso. Ruin interpreter. We'll hear him speak about himself project. He's developing to help his people, and this is the pulse of the planet. The delay at Queen profession. Or medicine now. Of man in the spiritual life of the floor. Has to do the come to understand enhance knowledge only herbal medicine and all the poisonous plant. I used. Bark and root in order to make natural medicine cure, people with this is one part of the work of the other part of his work, which I have to be able to fill is to be able to pass on advice when asked and to lead in exemplary life I ever made. Now. I have been developing a project of opening up a small plantation upon which to grow herbal medicines. That my people have been using for many generations, I began with a small one in my home when my family because as you know, all good things start at home from there. We other people by expanding the availability of these herbal medicines by bringing back this traditional lore. We have a new weapon with which to defend the culture of my people are thanks to can you canal and to interpreter Catherine Howard.
"caen" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Caen canal is a shaman and the son of the shaman villages in southwestern Brazil, the state of Mato Grosso. Ruin interpreter will hear him speak about himself project. He's developing to help his people. I'm Jim next year. And this is the pulse of the planet. Delay at queens. Profession. Shaman or medicine now. Stand of man in the spiritual life of the floor. And has to do is to come to understand enhance knowledge on herbal medicine and the poisonous plants. I use Lance bark and Ruth in order to make natural medicine cure, people with this is one part of the work of a shaman the other part of his work, which I have to be able to fill is to be able to pass on advice when asked and who lead in exemplary life I ever made now he'll. I have been developing a project of opening up a small plantation upon which to grow herbal medicines. That people have been using for many generations, I began with a small one in my home, my family because well, as you know, all good things start at home from there. We other people by expanding the availability of these herbal medicine by bringing back traditional lore. We have a new weapon with which to defend the culture of my people are thanks to can you canal and to interpreter Catherine.
"caen" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Here's a program from our archives, Caen shaman and the son of the shaman is village is in the southwestern Brazil, the state of Mato Grosso. Through an interpreter will hear him speak about himself project. He's developing to help his people. I'm Jim next year. And this is the pulse of the planet. Daily a Queen. Profession. Shaman or medicine now. Man of the floor. And has to do with the come to understand enhance the knowledge of all herbal medicine and all if the poisonous plant. I you land. Bark lease and Ruth in order to make natural medicine to cure people with this is one part of the work of a shaman the other part of his work, which I have to be able to fulfill is to be able to pass on advice when asked and who lead in exemplary life I ever me now. Kill a. I have been developing a project of opening up a small plan patient upon which to grow herbal medicines. That people have been using for many generations. I began with a small one in my home for my family because well, as you know, all good things start at home from there. We other people by expanding the availability of these herbal medicines by bringing back this traditional lore. We have a new weapon with which to defend the culture of my people are thanks to Caen canal and to interpreter Catherine Howard.
Demi Lovato checks in to rehab following apparent overdose
"Yes speculators no pretty Miranda is one of those drag queens. Who performs. Under the name Alexis Miranda he's lived in the house for fifteen years in his housemates have been there even longer at fifty one, years old. To be asleep my home there's nowhere else in the city, anybody can afford to live but his landlords have just a few years are invoking the Ellis act which. Allows owners to evict tenants if they're taking the property. Off the market entirely attorney Andrew Sachs rep Presents the landlords Mike clients own a building in San Francisco that they bought. With they're very hard earned money and they wanna use that building for themselves in their family that Miranda and his lawyer say. It goes deeper than that they say the landlords are discriminating against the tenants because they're gay then, because they performed drag the. Vibes, the feeling, that taking the child and turning its face when whenever either of us, will come. In and out Zack says his client's flatly deny any discrimination former state Senator Mark Leno was at the rally he says this is, a clear. Sign the state needs to work to change the Ellis act, and the city needs to do more to protect its tenants we keep losing our entertainers drag performers are. Artists are musicians San Francisco loses in San Francisco Megan. Gold speak KCBS Album in parts of California during the next US senses Claudia pisgah reports from our sister station KNX in Los Angeles about a third of, the census tracts in l. LA county are considered hard to count. In San Bernardino county it's close to thirty percent there are a lot of reader that people may fail to respond to, this I've been the director. Of research at the public policy institute of California says groups that tend to be undercounted include people of, color and immigrants are demographic trends right have pushed up the even more an after action so seventy five percent of Californians are into one, or more s.. Historically hard to count group she says the addition. Of a, citizenship question could also hurt. The count lawsuits over that are pending the Commerce Department's public comment period on the citizenship question will be closing soon. As for why people should. Be concerned about under counting bone, notes could affect political representation and, federal funding, for California Again that was Claudia pisgah reporting this morning People are getting plastic surgery facial plastic. Surgery and have been doing it, for years but KCBS is my call says there are. Doctors now are. Noticing an alarming new trend it's called Snapchat this morpheus teens wanting to. Look like they're filtered fees that Caen lavar she is director of the ethics skin center. At Boston University school of, medicine years ago, when patients came to me they would say I want to look like XYZ celebrity and in would bring in a photograph of a certain celebrity wanting to emulate the maybe a certain characteristic. Of that's liberty such as Angelina Jolie's left but now more. So I, see much much less of that and instead no patients are either coming in with with a non filtered Southie and, asking something in that photograph to be fixed, maybe an asymmetric a groove in the lip something that they're seeing that they don't. Lie, or they're coming in with a filtered Photograph that's been moving out and. Rummages have been removed and ask, them to look like that filtered image Dr VAR she. Says many patients today consider having, an older face as being more beautiful my Colgan KCBS. Last FM last. Month singer Demi Lovato suffered an apparent drug overdose after years of battling. Addiction she was rushed to the hospital on July twenty four and officers at the scene. Reported drug paraphernalia it has, still not been, disclosed what drugs she was taking at the time however this past weekend Levato took to her Instagram page to address the overdose for the first time she wrote I have always been transparent. About my journey with addiction what I've learned is that this. Illness is, not something that disappears or fades with time is something I must continue to overcome and.
"caen" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast
"Home and then they consult with me either once a month or once a quarter in what we're really doing is fine tuning the program so that they can continue to get weekly input in five or six times a week as opposed to being dependent upon getting to the clinic for neurological organization we want you to have the tools we want to give you the cliff notes we want you to have everything you need to be to get orgnization in graduate from us that's so great and i loved it technologies allowing that to happen i'm so curious definitely kurds everybody to check that out especially if you feel like you're tiles can really benefit but so curious just from like an every mom listening type perspective if there are things that we can do starting with very young baby to help support the vestibular system and like how can we set up our homes and our yard's kind of encourage kids to do these things that they should be doing to get their brain to wire correctly from an early age because i'm envisioning like things like like our kids we do gymnastics bodies them so we're like balancing and trying to do dance and stuff but other things as parents like what can we facilitate that will help at least promote to whatever degree we can't in the home environment a good vestibular system i wanna limit they cannot i know attends easy to say of course the whole lot harder to implement in your home but it's not there's a lot of negative things that happened with the use of the technology all the time they're central form of entertainment for child the caen what is the worst part is what they're not doing when they're on the technology and i'm not just talking about even if they have it even though we i mean we had some movement in there which you're not tumbling in rolling we need actual flipping over rolling down hills we do need the the outside of the climbing alternating in we need for them to full over in the need for them to get.
"caen" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"As you can use our sabi to upload a file an you know it's a it's an api n point that cycle available across all of the cloud data centres in the world in its like highly available e e n you can just put in your data if you'd like you can also ingests data into delta using a spark application so for example you can you can have your your message boss may be using the message price for something else as well and then you can have a structured streaming job that to heeds from caen service at writes in through delta and that's also supported so i'm glad we've gone through delta really interesting project i want to ask you now a little bit about some of the i think future leaning kinds of topics so there's two things i wanna approach with you and maybe we can do them simultaneously so one is deep learning and the other is the cloud verses edge computing so these are to really big topics and they are somewhat related because as we have more and more deep learning workloads you could imagine more and more data's being shuttled between devices at the edge and devices in the cloud and then the of the discussion of how data makes it from the edge to the cloud has been a repeated topic on your since some of the shows that i've done recently where you have all of these devices that sit 'n between your for example your smartphone and or your laptop and the cloud you know you've got maybe you're gonna have connected cars you can have drones flying around outside so i guess you can take these two topics separately or together how do you think deep learning and the discussion of cloud versus edges going to affect your approach to distribute systems in the next five to ten years yeah is a great questions yeah so maybe i'll start by talking about deep learning good that i'll i'll talk a little bit about cloud versus edge as well so you actually i've been working a bunch on deep learning topics both at data books and also.
"caen" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3
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"caen" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Authority and confidence various internet if you've seen the ice movie i mean he is seen the the leader figure as uh nihad eat in the great late filings the defeating the teutonic knights the invaders on the ice yes it's a wonderful image and the russians they grew up with it they breathe and the thing about trump and and often this is what trump spent uh years developing is caen two the american left behind the people but essentially voted into office he would he would engage up publicly and w w f matches on tv became through his his relatives shows a figure who was uh not just understood but a kind of iconic element in in uh the idea of of someone who uh had empathy and what i found interesting is when when trump went to asia the first place he visited nato in japan was a us military base and he was received uh with thunderous applause and the key a ritual moment came when abdullah lander and and um and his executive officer a came up trumps aand said you know we like your jacket mr president but we we think you might like this more or something to that effect and they basically he surrendered his as you put it to flee threat uh uh uh you know sudan and they uh they um uh sort of put all sean you know as though i'll um all during a night or king they put it on the the ritually infested leather jacket.
"caen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Caen or any other way you're sitting essentially for great national anthem bad controversy could trump can stir it and it's not going anywhere anytime soon and obviously that still there and from the weekend you had to colin kaepernick filing a grievance against the nhl saying that the owners have clue colluded against him to keep out of the league and i will say this that used to be slim the non which is what i thought capper next opportunity is going to be at least this year i thought they would grow next year but you never knew what may take place on the field because the thing is it's the nfl case in point green bay packers yesterday they lost they're all world everything quarterback for probably the year with a broken collarbone and could that have been a good fit i don't know but you got to say he's probably a little bit better than what they have in saying that when you file a lawsuit guess what like this and you're done you've now told these owners that's it i'm over i've done you've colluded you destroyed may it's all a rachel thing and this is where we're going to go this is where we're going to go with this when i look at this and i think the myself it's getting ugly and the national sport and it is our national sport zip between national pastime something we used to do baseball widow do as much anymore is watching we watch baseball blitz regional right people care about the st louis cardinals in the region we don't watch it you know i'm a dodger diaires i'm a dodger fan and it's exciting see what's going on cubs who was kind of interesting last year but that for all intents and purposes it's it's a very regional fe football and a lot of unhappy with gambling a lot of it had to do with with fantasy play which i think people don't really get that a lot of the explosion over the last fifteen twenty years of this was fantasy which is an and many of the other things that went with it uh that's where a lot of that explosion comes her and by that i mean the explosion of viewership and to wear tat not that.
"caen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"High frequency group you know really conscious people who were growing actively opening up their mind it very good now we talk about transparency let's got a lot of different definitions what is yours for that well i've been in i really had to think about it when reading this book it's a word been creeping up on me for my various other book i noticed i've been using the term but you know i think day first of all we hear it on the new now almost every day i get on knowing it it's an issue it's like the lack of transparency in government and so forth so caen it means things really fit there i what i call 'horizontal transparency and then vertical transparent so horizontal is the one i think most of us think up right it's like um i quit the fact that i think where it kind of at the end of the information age we've been in the realm of winning you're thinking and you know prison future beginning middle andy in effect thinking where everything's really about information it's in the physical world basically and i think we get ready to make this leap into a new kind of reality which i've been calling in tuition and as you move into that we get vertical transparency meaning we personally become transparent eric count it's not just about information it it it really i think of it as when we identify our show as coal and we realized that barito essence is actually inside matter and it has been all along and we just haven't noticed it yet um and as soon as you identify is showing you the integration of the non physical spiritual realm with physical then we get the vertical transparency and and at that point oh huge kind of things and we have a very different kind of reality which we can certainly get in to talk about now there's a definition of transparency when you think of it in that has to do with being able to see things that uh you might not normally see through in all through glass and things like that again this kind of transparency is different but similar isn't it yeah i think of it if a person is transparent then you can see any kind of previous surfaced um you know like a mask let's say you know when you become transparent and you.
"caen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"There to discuss what the anthem of course continue to be a big thing but the owners jerry ban jerry jones brilliant all these guys came out here and they did the lockout they into owners caved down on the field jerry jails gave down and took a knee and now the meaning of the whole need does not really exist in his all much larger longer discussion i can have about how the whole notion of taking a knee has become larger the anything that had to do with any calls that was to get to the point that the idea of taking the nea has at what take it all too much significance and too little two significance it is taking on too much significance because you have people who believe that if a player is not merely put the national added that he's not bite of better rider radical to calls but also not enough significance because the whole gesture has been taken to mean a million things and now is being done before the national anthem which really is not a protest because i always thought that the notion of the protests of not standing for the national anthem not standing because the nearly part of secondary but not standing for the national anthem gateway to raise the question as to whether or not the values that the country represents are actually the values that the country hayes right like that was what the significance of that was now you got cats out here's teams and everything else kneeling before the national anthem was takes over wade like the symbolism of america from the whole situation it was never about the anthem itself whose about the country about who your and about what we do right now to catch a dealer before and by the way still getting booed the ravens to caen both for the national anthem at home got booed and i am very curious by the way how it is you as a football player go out there after your fans have boo'd you and you haven't done anything to their national anthem which by the.
"caen" Discussed on WLOB
"The difference if if colin kaepernick wants to go out and protests from the ferguson police barbeque he has every right but he is on the nfl's dime when he's in the sports arena and he shouldn't be using that to further his own political ends but when he's given time to play football deputy step doc got hokuapp heart out fateh colin let's hit a gap and you took a caen what the national apples over they went out on your plate football but why they gotta do what have been asked why they gotta do it if the it well why they go the football why is it gotta deal with a uniform on because what kind of message across the msf across twelve larger audie well i understand that but they can go and buy in protest in for the bummer my point is he has every right to do that but ebbe we have every right to criticise them and if i were the owner of the forty nine is i would have fired him and he has every right to do that hired and part of mr trump making no state oh absolutely up in calling for him to be fired since he was playing last year he's a distraction now distraction to you know is it a direction that's only mice talking about what do you mean is not a rapture that we are dealing with something so it's been a distraction because it's something that you don't it doesn't affect distract the middle aged said distracted because that's the wrong place in the wrong time to deal with you don't deal with the no vote ballgame or the beginning of about you don't deal with it in the context of a football game if he wants to go outside of the football game and deal with it that's fine but we don't go to watch football the see carbon capture to make an asset of himself graham's uh they are but i do appreciate you give me timed work mop indian it is my plan now this is at least you do have a mountain american path it would you do have a chance to divorce your opinion here but this thing football rao it thank you veteran day and that's my old pussy people keep misunderstanding i'm the most misunderstood talk show host in america.
"caen" Discussed on KOMO
"Decide to stay in the locker room decided pick me um but were talking about some of the most high profile uh you pursed our athletes in the country thought them have larger social media profile than even the president himself and back the evil of brian james speaking directly to camera on this issue against caen that they're not going away and then and worried hear more of what lebron james had to say right after we get done with you but found it interesting that he was asked if this issue is going to move to basketball during basketball season and he sort of indicated that's the definite possibility absolutely i'm a little bit at eight thousand that he can kill you know deep gear not only did pick your birthday they are gear american citizen and i think that one thing we can the new moment where the president five could be down divisive and his language he manages to unite them great people you write like that when when you i'm gonna create a wedge and when it paid creativity can when it can do it really bring people together and in bachelet shocked a lot of folks over the weekend with it you had people who might not normally van dyke heather really and buying each other people that might never have imagined in our own life they would want he'll had an accurate protest during the national anthem feeling compelled to guineabissau i it is it's really remarkable to watch people to feel compelled cure respond today president bill as you noted monday night football be interesting to watch what happens mary else thank you so much thank here from abc news washington bureau it is to eleven right now and we head over to the elysee ownerbrokers sports desk tom glasgow leeds off with the purple ingoal center these win for the huskies a colorado came at a very big caused wide receiver chico mcclatch your we learned the small getting suffered a broken ankle that means his season is over and for the.
"caen" Discussed on WGTK
"Fashion i like to saxon all of a sudden i don't like being married to what is known as an you'll woman i wanna white had a competitor competitor competitor to about this crying in the morning famous depression in the skin that face other men think god bless you got the answer as he can say on these blown caen essex thinks that it's nippon brother how do you hate women sound well i think of a man and i take away reason and accountability i love him i love him i love him man he wants to be and i love him for a man that he almost is do raza money sex sex one one she seen as we want women i've always been a big problem too dumb to yes yes the yediot yet gone do i love this intro or do i love this intro it's a or b there is no alternative by everybody this is the veil female hour i think the most honest talk about men and women of the american media at this time and i would be happy to win else otherwise because i want peace patel honesty in this matter the so butch dishonestly because it's painful stuff if pay a lot of not a lot but some of it is painful stuff every wednesday the second hour of my program is the male female hour i'm dennis prager and it's good to be with you as always i have in totally different subject from others that i have raised in the many years so many years we do in the imf error by five six seven longer than that wow god's time fly a little scary drop little that's what they think of it that's the way it is the days go by in the normal fashion but the decades earth zip zip by all right everybody today subject is i presume that it's pretty much dedicated to women to windsor if some men have a thought on i might take their kohl's but i'm and i have a question for you women single or married would you rather your husband or to or boyfriend b i it's really in a in a.
"caen" Discussed on The Masked Man Show
"Armitage fifty intelligent thing putin does from noon to from streets thin cast is also intelligent has done a coward like okay then we're dealing with two hours i was there to pick on someone your own size in of you accept that as an axiom then he is a cower right is bringing him someone who's and he's just fulfilling the the the role of getting some one cast aside so that they can fight also a lot of like back and forth on the on the dirt cheats about well how about to what degree both either or both of those guys are hated backstage wind was sort of more interesting than what was going on in the ring this means is getting he rarely both caen will cast is a trump supporter alanon area who i don't even think that was a militant trump supporter nothing remember who were they were that's source was i don't remember he texted it to who was meltzer i think was fights accidents yorkshire later i'm not i'm not just texting things willy nilly and that came from damit source no i've heard i've heard that i've heard the the the ends of thing a few times over the past over the months it's funny anyone wwe would be mad about big cast being a trump supporter considering who they were gonna unless he's going around giving people literature all day but yeah insas over moves from days the surrogate like everyone's like we can't hey vents santoni linda triple a h i'm sure shane a powerplay they all went to the white house announced for a photo of him as he catherine the place a coworker where's the trump scher yeah.
"caen" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Well the caen huge sensitivities india and israel didn't have open uh a knowledge diplomatic representation with each other until 1992 um and india was much closer to the palestinian side throughout the coldwar factory uh made had a sort of palestinian representatives in mumbai and and newdelhiit was very close to the plo under yasserarafat uh and many of india's uh particularly muslim community but also most sort of leftleaning indians in general and of course that was a sort of a socialist leftleaning consensus top of the indian state many is viewed israel as the uh occupying force to be condemned not not say up incoming defence and technology power to be caught it so that part of it and i think the other side of it is of them on counterterrorism on defense on security on india's concerns in the middleeast uh does just an increasing degree of cooperation and overlap in india is ready in christ at still a long gap though between the formalization or the establishment i should say of diplomatic relations yet his face to face meeting well let's put it this way uh relations only opened up in 1992 so that's a of course then you've got six years of a sort of low then from 90982004 you've got a government led by the congress policy which is the centreleft uh sort of a former socialistparty and india lead at that time by the economist manmohansinghum and it that not eat it it was a fall less proisrael than nunnery moody'sbjp which took over in in a sort of um i20 2014 so in that sense uh we've been building up to this we've had foreignministers from india go with have benjaminnetanyahu come to delhiuh we've had i think the indian president goes israel only a couple of months ago so we've built on this very slowly but of course uh it was most likely to happen under a bjp led government and specifically onelikemoody's which he's doing a loss of engagements to all the powers in the middleeast.
"caen" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"When he was playing in san francisco where people gonna keep an eye on calling capper nick in san francisco no nobody wants nobody cared he lost a job he was going to be released now i was he released all these guys they'll sign and and and and employee a you know to someone abuses women now colin kaepernick new when he took a stance or retook caen that he could be the other owners round the leak do the same thing to him he had to know that is a price you pay with this and he's paying the price right now do i think you'll get on a roster i hope he does because i think he can play i just don't think the people were that invested in colin kaepernick as much as they want to give you their agenda and they're going to use him as the vessel yarmuk levin i was thinking about you what you said is there a situation where you will on your backup to be that as good as possible worth if put in jay cutler 's name and set a call cabinet i don't think a lotta teams on jay cutler behind their starting quarterback no and i am i mean nobody has reason nobody said anything about cover not getting a job noone said anything and covers a better quarterback dan calling catholic and people don't want to hear that but that's the truth they assume cutler is a headache behind mines what is he a better quarterback oh yet nato i'm say yeah he pry so i could hire jay cutler is a better quarterback but i'm not going to take him because he could be a headache colin kaepernick is not as good but might be a headache because of all the attention here but nobody saying anything about boy jay cutler they blackballed him nobody wanted jay cutler.
"caen" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored
"And and giving out these words we did it a little different this year daniel this was your first year of editing yells about the package sarwat in the in the past he now we've really we had a very different system for daring asked me did submissions we brought together jerry of of designers anna's the result was know a lot of beautiful objects but we weren't necessarily tallying sort of the most expansive version of what design caen in who for entrepreneurs and really uh you know this here we wanted to make the case that every entrepreneur entrepreneur needs to carry about design it's not just for graphic designers are fair and fashion or an architect that really design is a is is a strategic tool for building a better business it's how you get breakthrough products how you of a revitalised l categories right ana and so really we wanted to to give awards in categories beyond just allow this object looks like it should belongs in the moma but wh who is designing the best consumer experience he was designing the best service of user interface all of that you'll you of there was a there was an se that we really as part of this package the the iphone really interesting the who's arguing design can help you do a lot of other things that you think of separately including raise money exactly yeah i mean it's interesting he runs a design firm called minimata of chicago and he himself he's like the former head designer at maki and also has is an entrepreneur himself and he says oftentimes startups will come to him saying wanted you design but we can't afford it it's too early leader we'll do that later in his whole argument is no that is that is actually if you big design in from the very beginning that is what will.