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Thousands of Migrants Swim From Morocco to Spanish Enclave of Ceuta

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Thousands of Migrants Swim From Morocco to Spanish Enclave of Ceuta

"The Spanish enclave of save ten North Africa on the border with Morocco has received over eight thousand migrants in just forty eight hours well some of the migrants were received with open arms by the forty percent Muslim population is receiving unless someone well come by far right groups he sees the flood of migrants as an invasion one migrants Mohamed Bangoura from Guinea says his situation has not improved since arriving on European soil it is complicated here and no one else comes to help us out in the street days no one is sold every test suffer here at the same time many Moroccan parents all scrambling for news of their children as a thirties confirm over four hundred miners were among more than eight thousand migrants who arrived and saved her from Morocco by scanning a border fence still swimming around it I'm Karen Thomas

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Reflecting on RBG and Redefining Success

Tamarindo

06:51 min | 1 year ago

Reflecting on RBG and Redefining Success

"Hey everyone we're back from. From the last time, you heard us well I. We want to acknowledge that we are recording this episode hours after receiving the News Supreme Court Justice Ruth. Bader GINSBURG has passed. So this is a couple of hours now. So we're we're past the shock and sadness, but we have to acknowledge it and he all her episode. We talked about how important the Supreme Court is in. This is another reason why we're we're excited to over by didn't Harris because how important the courts are and we have to watch out for say hypocrisy because my Ceuta Republican senators supple failed McConnell is already hours after she's best already promising to just bulldoze a Republican nominated. person. To the Supreme Court. Yeah, literally to add salt to the wound Brendan I. been feeling all the things we poured some rose. Am honor of her that we both shut some tears. It's it's it's a hard hard evening. Yes. We've shared some tears for doing a toast Rosa for BG. So I think many of us have have dreaded this day for a long time we knew it was coming. Not only because it obviously mark the passing of champion of women's rights but also because of what it can mean for the future of our country but it's you know we're we're trying to use this as fuel to keep doubling down on the things that we're doing. So wanted to share a quick thing that we're working on. We're co hosting a phone banking session October third at Twelve PM PS virtual, of course, check out the Lincoln the notes how you can sign up it is a bilingual phone banks. We're especially looking for Spanish speakers and it. It's really easy if you haven't had any experience phone banking, the point is that it's really an easy way to get involved in. You'll get all the instruction during the during the actual phone banking. So Cool I love that the. NFL is leading this. I love. It does really taking true to what she said in the last episode like every week you commit to doing something more for this election and that's great. So thanks for leading that and Y'all sign up. So despite that sad news by that by the time you're hearing this it's been a few days and we've all hopefully had some time collectively grieving and continue her legacy but we do want to celebrate a lot of things as well. This is our first episode happening during lat next heritage months. So let's give them a racket to all of us from carshield. Cares to. Makes Heritage Month. So why don't we give that at? Yes actually one thing I was really thinking about recently I was thinking I wanted to give them a threat to being by cultural. To, Brennan as. To most of our our listeners. Reflecting on this and how much broader our perspective is because we're bicultural and I and I know I I remember growing up I used to think that being like eating was like something that was bad and I always wanted to be more Mexican and then I wanted to be more American I just never feeling like I fit in but now I really started to think about how that's really a strength because we can. Really look at kind of what values from our that upper upbringing do we want to carry with us and some of them are problematic and toxic shit. But then some of them are I think are great and same thing from some of the values American valley some of them are very toxic and some of them I think are great. It's a week to kind of see from the outside what we like in what we. Create our own values in redefines new identity I love that. Part of the secret to the success of this podcast is that can we talk about the beauty of our identity as imperfect as some view it like you're not Mexican enough and American now guess what we're both in Los Angeles. Awesome. Just keep. Being yourselves and then don't look at it as a negative to celebrate exactly who you are. And someone else who celebrates exactly who she is and who I think is a very perfect example of being bicultural is mighty. Ena Hosa. She is a dream guest for combating or were so excited to have her on this show. You. All probably know who she is but just as a reminder, she is the anchor and executive producer of the peabody award winning show Latina say as well as co host of in the thick media's political podcast. You know Hosa has in for millions about changing cultural and political landscape in America and abroad she's here to talk all about her new book once I was you which this week was listed as five hot books by the National Book Review Let's give them my. Talk About Latina power. So share that you got to hear this interview, what did you think Oh my God I am so jealous that you got to interview her I. Absolutely fucking Love This interview Madina Hosa I feel like she's doing exactly what she's supposed to be doing because as she's she's meant to be a journalist actually sounds so soothing and powerful in also relatable at all at the same time, she honestly is goals on goals and You know one part of the interview that's I mean so many parts stood out but one part of this sit out because it referenced something that has coming has been coming up with a lot of our listeners and are followers. There's a part where she talks about her she. She leaves I think a very high paying job, and then her dad expresses some concern. You know she says, well, how Gomez, how are you going to make money and then she says bobby like I don't know. But she you know she felt like she wasn't making her happy and I think there was a you remember the quote or would dress she says I was a success but I didn't feel proud which was so powerful because. Yeah like you want to be proud of your work, and maybe that's the way she learned to define success versus traditional notions of success, which is the Nice House a nice car and the you know the Nice 401k package all those things, right? Right. Right. So really think rethinking about like what actually makes you happy and what actually success mean to you there is a one thing that. She said that kind of goes along with with that we're the drivers of what society is going to look like in the future we can determine what matters how we go goes the market, and for me that was thinking about how like as Latinos especially, during something we can think about like how much more powerful we are than we even were like you know I don't know five ten. Powerful. that. We can actually redefine not only would this what looks like for us but what are what values are important for this country? So we we have power and I think growing up I didn't most of us I definitely didn't feel very powerful I felt like I was living in a system that was created by white people and led by white people when I was just trying to fit in. So just really thinking about how. People were really finding our voice more than ever before and. I know hoses book is a great example about the power of voice and how we really right now as demographics change I really stepping into that power and we can define our own our own business success in our own values in this country.

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Translating the Buddhist Scriptures

5 Minute Dharma

03:31 min | 1 year ago

Translating the Buddhist Scriptures

"The Buddhist said. In the Middle Length Discourse One oh three. The vegetables agree on the meaning but disagree on the phrasing. But the venerable should know that this is how such agreement on the meaning disagreement on the phrasing come to be. But the phrasing is a minor matter. Please don't get into a fight about something. So minor. So this is talking about. Sharing the Dharma. On the original language that the Buddhist disciples were sharing it and they were disagreeing about the phrasing. In other words they understood and agreed upon the meaning of the Dharma but they're having problems with the exact words to use to express it. And the Buddha don't get hung up on the phrasing. And this applies. Directly to. Translating. When you're translating the the Ceuta's from the original Pali to. Modern English wore things you can do is get hung up on phase phrasing. And phrasing simply means the way that it's put into English the words that are used. And this is a problem because you can get really hung up on this if you. Have done translating I did translate in Bible College my background was in Greek and. Biblical. Translation. And I did I've actually translated the gospel of John a couple of times and I the saloons. And some parts of Matthew. And I think if America did mark too but I can't remember at hand and the beginning of of Luke. And one of the things that I realized. Is. That originally the less you know the more you think a literal translation is the correct way to go. problem with a literal translation is that the people the the people who are reading the literal translation aren't getting the message they're not getting the original message. So which you have to do is come up with a dynamic equivalence so that you understand the message in in this case poly. And then you translate that message from Pali into English. And that's hard to do to to use the right words and to convey things because you can get hung up on the correspondence between the words and not understand the correspondence between the connotations. For an example, I just just reading a translation from I B Horner. in the Vanilla where she was translating that the Buddha was pacing back and forth worth the word pacing has the connotation of be nervous like you're nervous in your pacing back and forth. And a better translation would be walking back and forth because that's walking meditation is what the Buddha was doing. He wasn't pacing he's completely elaborated individual he wouldn't be pacing. and. So the word the connotation pacey means going back and forth. But the connotation has the idea that you're stressed and to bring that across when you're translating is actually much more difficult than people realize and this is what makes translation so difficult.

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Right Mindfulness

5 Minute Dharma

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Right Mindfulness

"Buddha said. Now, this is the noble truth with the path that leads to the of suffering. It is simply this noble eightfold path that is right view right intention right speech right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right meditation. Today. We WanNa talk about right mindfulness. So the next question is obviously what is right mindfulness The Buddha said, and what is right mindfulness it is when a practitioner meditates observing and aspect of the body or an aspect of feelings or an aspect of the mind or an aspect of experience being ardent, attentive, and mindful putting away worldly longing and distress. This is called right mindfulness. So, we want to look at this passage, a little closer I. The four things that he mentions are actually called the four applications of mindfulness. There's a whole a Buddhist scripture dedicated to that. The mudgee Cayenne is number ten, Sutin number ten it's called the Sada Patana Ceuta. Saudi is the word for mindfulness is translated mindfulness. It means to remember to be present with what's going on. It means to look at experience as it arises. So. There's four things that you apply your mindfulness to the first is observing aspect of the body. So that's the physical body that would include your breath, your seating position, the the walking that you do the city in the lane down different postures, things of this nature so that be the first. The second is observing an aspect of the feelings. Feelings might better translated maybe feeling tone. Basically, there's three there's pleasant, unpleasant and neutral. These are the feeling tones. So in everything that you encounter, you get a feeling tone from it. It's built in as a as a response to stimulus. So you think thought you get a feeling tone you see an object, you get a feeling tone you smell something tastes something any of those things produce a feeling tone. And those feeling tones are one of three kinds pleasant, unpleasant, and neutral. The pleasant ones we attached to the unpleasant ones we are averse to and the neutral ones we tend to ignore. The third one is observing in aspect of the mind. So this is the quality the mind the leaning of the mind whether DHS deluded contracted things of this nature. So you're trying to pay attention to the how the mind is its quality and the last one is observing an aspect of experience. So this is probably the translation that most people would find odd or unusual. The Pali Word as Dhamma and Dhamma has multiple applications and basically what it sane is. It's asking you to compare to observant aspect of experience and compare it to the Buddhist teachings. So, you're trying to see the aspects, the four noble trues in your experience you're trying to see the factors of awakening you're trying to see these aspects. In your experience, and then that also tells us how to pay attention. It tells us to be ardent which means to be dedicated. It tells us to be attentive that means to be focused to to to keep your mind there and mindful means to be observant. Not, just aware are not attentive it means to be more aware it means to really take it in. To observe it to notice if will. and. The last one is putting away worldly as long and distress that basically saying non distraction. Longings, desires things at the state your for things of the world.

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Right Action

5 Minute Dharma

04:43 min | 1 year ago

Right Action

"The Buddha said. Now this is the noble truth of the path that leads to the ending of suffering. It is simply this noble eightfold path that is right view, right, intention, right speech, right, action, right, livelihood, right effort, right, mindfulness and right meditation so today we're going to be talking about right action in the noble eightfold path. Now, the Buddhist said, and what is right action. Avoiding, killing living creatures, stealing and sexual misconduct, this is called right action. So let's look at those three things. Killing living creatures. Are As another translation, says destruction of life. So this is not just talking about human life. It's talking about animal life as well. And we'll get into right livelihood in the next episode, but right now I want to just point out that. Destruction of life concerns all sentient beans. That is if there is ability for it to feel. It is a living being if it has a face, it is a living being. It is a living creature, and killing that is considered wrong action. So to avoid wrong action is right action. The second one is St. Lean and the more traditional translation is taking what is not given. These are things that everybody knows what stealing is. The problem is many times. We think of only the big things that are taken without permission, but they're small things as well. And then the third one is sexual misconduct. One translation has. On chastity. The polly is literally ungodly conduct. In the context is one of those words that has the implication of sexual activity. And for the Buddhist monk or nun, the on chastity would be. A sexual activity of any kind. And for the lay person, it would be sex out of side of a committed relationship. that would be considered on godly conduct. So those are the three ones that the Buddha mentions in this particular Ceuta the common precepts for the disciple, the person who lay lay disciple who wants to follow the Buddha is the fought known as the five precepts and the Priok five precepts. The Buddha says. A noble disciple gives up killing living creatures. A noble disciple gives up stealing a noble disciple gives up sexual misconduct. A noble disciple gives up line. A noble disciple gives up alcoholic drinks. That caused negligence. So here. We have again killing living creatures that's taking life and other words stealing taking what is not given sexual misconduct. One translation is kind of interesting, all lustful evil ways. And it adds to more lying. That is in one translation false speech. Saying things that you know are not true. It is not a lie. If you convey something and you're mistaken about it, it's ally if you knowingly tell. False. And the last one is alcoholic drinks. So a lay Buddhist is not supposed to take as one translation translates intoxicants, another translation has to abstain from liquor, wine and intoxications and most commentaries and and modern Buddhist. Include in here illegal drugs drugs that lead to heedlessness negligence lack of mindfulness, if mindfulness is so important for the Buddha than it's important enough to eliminate taking

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Lessons From Surah Qaf  Ustadh Irshad Hussain: Patience In This Time Of Crisis

The Friday Circle Podcast

07:04 min | 1 year ago

Lessons From Surah Qaf Ustadh Irshad Hussain: Patience In This Time Of Crisis

"So shallow. We're going to be taking three key lessons from this raw. They shall. We can reflect on in our lives looking at the current situation around us firstly. Unbelievable that we're in a month ago. If you'd said there were in the majority of the world is going to be on the lockdown with massive changes to our social economical financial structure in in this way it would be unbelievable likewise beginning to. Ceuta about something else that. The disbelievers found unbelievable. That's the day of judgement they said had shown a job. This is a strange thing that would die. Become dust That's far preposition. So so this aspect of denying in here here are in a hair after it was president is present now so so that a lot he says to us that have seen the creation around them and would that they can evidences of how the resurrection wants to focus on. We need to use. We need to be able to look at the world around us to make changes to our lives. So let's as a Falungong summer focus. I've seen the heavens. If trump with him how we have made it how beautified did does know and earth how spread out. I'm throwing mountains. We put opponent every different type of punt and then he says that this is a with Vikram Likud Ogden Muneeb. It's a is a way by which a person he's able to see from blindness to to light and it's a reminder for him for every slave whose Mooney Mooney is one who's going to La going back to his his his his focus in life which is to which is to please allow us to to think how can improve myself. Haakan Puma wishing he's always you looking to make a sentence is returning back to? This is the first lesson. Don't we should focus upon and the second key lesson otake call for us. Today is how a law he informs US IN THIS SURA. In this chapter the porcine will decide. Every Friday morning at Pfizer. To remind himself in the congregation is the is how how how hold us in account for the day of judgement and there's a number of ways he mentioned in the sewer in one thing he says what Insana were not monsters will be here not enough so that very recreated man we know what his own soul whispered himself that there's nothing that we think about except that he knows that he say's colon he doesn't say any word except with him is an angel writing away record everything. Nothing is missing along. And then he talks about death. The thing that we fair it talks about the the blowing of the Great Hoon and then how people were driven unless as that. This is the event that people were in Hoffler on in Hillis of look at half Latin Hazza but today we have exposes he can see clearly and the green a the the agenda is five evil. He will this point lead. Try to save himself. You would say Robin Emma value to WHO I didn't call them to become misguided but he himself was misguided so yes he whispered away yes Austrian wishes away but in today's up to us a choice knowing that there's a there's going to be uncountable Which there's no escape so when he's talking to all the way over to say tim say to them that similar the don't argue in front of me because the water's going forth so he soloist. Say That so him and the Korean for Japan so the Boston fire because for every this believer who was reject food obstinate and arrogant. He knew the truth but he wasn't willing to listen but all this accountability is based on the fact that he doesn't do any zoom. Do any transgression. So this is the second aspect I wish to focus upon. The Accountability of us for that day is going to be perfect and the final key lesson is how to prepare for the digital pursuit and and they're in essence three key versus. Osias to focus on I as an how many people before them did. We destroy who are struggling and they. They're great houses and buildings and the gardens in the world but now they go do snowscape for them unless say he's very in that there is an admonition for the one who hasn't hot so we have a clean heart the we can see our history learned from it because history repeats itself or Cassano. Huish and he'd or he puts forth attentive hair really trying to listen trying to understand so if a person contemplates reflects on life it will help to pay for the day of judgement. Because he's he history repeats itself. Secondly says flustered al-Amaya coon with some bit hungrier. Bec- that have patience upon what they say and grow for you load in the morning and in the evenings so part of preparing for the day of judgement is being patient patient. Even in this time of difficulty. We're we're right now we're going to be. We're going to be stressed in terms of finances. Our social lives all the things that we you should do and there are some people who go to simply Craig by. Let's say be patient

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Lessons From Surah Qaf  Ustadh Irshad Hussain

The Friday Circle Podcast

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Lessons From Surah Qaf Ustadh Irshad Hussain

"Today show. We're going to be discussing the six key themes of Ceuta off. We are living time where this lotto change going on. The world order has changed. The world stopped unless because of this covert nineteen plagued affected us. But it really shows the Have Fragile in our life his Sudoku off reminders. Over Direction again showing. How fragile is undermined us in six key? Themes this SURA. This chapter is early monkey suit on and the process them he would love to recite it every Friday at fragile so if the greatest man that ever walked love to recite it we Friday. That means that in his habit or reciting Friday this great lesson in it for us like I said this sura can split into six main themes verse one to five those who denied life after death then the second part versus eleven is evidence of resurrection that we can see in in life itself on Earth than the third theme was twelve to fifteen reminds us of previous nations denied the resurrection of what happened to them and they themselves in their time so that they were the greatest and they were never going to be distracted. Change will challenged unless showed them how Friday life over destroying them then verse sixteen to Twenty Nine Month old describes us how mankind will be accounted for the day of judgement for the diversion and the Korean who tries to use guide. People now he was saying

"ceuta" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"ceuta" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

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"ceuta" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"ceuta" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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White House Declares War on Impeachment Inquiry

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

06:41 min | 2 years ago

White House Declares War on Impeachment Inquiry

"I've made clear I think the White House has made very clear we will ensure that we do everything required to do by the law and the constant Asian every time those comments came a day after the White House appeared to declare war on the house impeachment inquiry the trump administration is refusing to comply with subpoenas create an eight page letter sent to Speaker Pelosi reads in part quote president trump and his administration cannot participate in your partisan and unconstitutional inquiry under these circumstances lawyers for the Democrats immediately labeled the letter devoid of any sound legal reasoning one set its sights more MSNBC guest appearances than actual legal underpinnings in the course of eight pages meanwhile trump heads into the impeachment inquiry now having created a rift in his own party as we've discussed here tonight over Syria Washington Post sums up the president's plight this way instead of enjoying uncontested gop support is he changes into a constitutional showdown with House. Democrats prepares for bruising reelection campaign trump is now fighting on two fronts within his party with us Hi Donna Edwards former Democratic member of Congress from the Great State of Maryland who these days is a Washington Post columnist and Tim O'Brien executive editor of Bloomberg opinion and the author of trump nation. The Art of being the Donald Welcome to you both congresswoman I'd like to begin with you this was it strikes me another day in a series of days wide ranging comments from the president make of them what you may but a whole bunch of them that we have I wrote repeat it on this broadcast tonight no response no response machine on the part of the Democrats the uncomfortable question I have for you you is we see impeachment rising in the polls is it rising because of or in spite of your political party well I actually think that When Nancy Pelosi announced the beginning of the impeachment in Korean put some focus on this question of this Ukraine scandal and the president's strong arming the president of Ukraine that that actually drew the public's attention to the president's bad behavior his unlawful behavior and I think that you can see from that time forward that support in the general public is beginning to increase teach me and I think this is the danger zone for the president because the more that he's stonewalls the more that he continues to look as though he's hiding something thing then I think that he really digs himself into a hole and this notion that somehow the congress the House is operating out side of the constitution is really just hogwash to kind of monkey up the precedings and I don't think Democrats should be distracted by that they should move forward and if Republicans if the president decides that he doesn't want to cooperate in this investigation then he will just layer on the the charges that will be made against him in any articles of impeachment so Tim O'Brien I'm assuming you didn't believe the president's faint today that if if the Democrats alling to be fair he'll go along yeah I don't think the president is going to go along regardless of what the Democrats do I think that was written in the in the stars along ago and I think you know we're in the midst of a constitutional crisis constitutional crisis exists if the constitution is not specific about certain actions the Congress should take and if you have players who are in the midst of this who are going to see things Ceuta the end regardless of what the constitution says and you've got a president who's willing to step into that Accu and he's backed by a party that's willing to take him down that road with them and I think trump's not only unlawful he's lawless in the sense that he doesn't really care about boundaries and he doesn't really care about rules that was true in his business life it's been true during his presidency and he now occupies an office that protects him from some of the guidelines put in place to rein in unlawful behavior you think I don't I don't think there's any doubt that the house is going to impeach him I think there's probably I have no doubt that the Senate is going to let it go and I think it's ironic and and sad and tragic comic that you've got the Senate up in arms over what's happened in north in northern Syria which they should be here's this wasn't necessarily the president being out of bounds the president didn't consult him the president didn't bring him into the process the president didn't honor Z.? Graham in this moment in the way that Lindsey Graham felt he should rather than Lindsey Graham I think leaning back on good conservative principles about how the president it should observe the rule of law and being outraged going back months and the way before now congresswoman we watch Luende Hausky all but dance on the witness title without fear and without consequence in front of the House Judiciary Committee Democrats are GONNA turn around now and start enforcing stuff and saying no no no under the constitution we are to be the prevailing power here while I do think that Democrats have some control over this process and you know I'm very critical of the way that some of these hearings have been conducted I think if there are GonNa be public hearings than Democrats need to really focus on having a single we'll skilled litigator asking questions of the witness so that Lewandowski would not be able to get away with the kinds of things that he did when you've got this you know partisan back and back and forth going on in the Committee so Democrats have control of the process and I've said before that I think that speaker does he needs to own this process because it will define them and I think that she has been and now the question is how you get from here to there in short order but very efficiently and doing the work to ensure that their articles of impeachment and frankly it doesn't matter to me if the Senate chooses not to remove this lawless president the act of impeaching the president is important enough to say you know what the president may not followed boundaries but the American people have

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Suspend, disbelief: Parliament and Brexit

The Economist: The Intelligence

04:51 min | 2 years ago

Suspend, disbelief: Parliament and Brexit

"Pressure is rising in the battle between britain's prime minister boris johnson and his opponents in parliament among the british people and even in his own conservative party today. The popular head of its scottish branch ruth davidson announced her resignation yesterday. Mr johnson sparked outrage by announcing suspension of parliament for five weeks. The closure drastically shortens the time lawmakers could use to try to stop britain leaving the european union without a deal on october. The thirty first the response from opposition politicians was furious. I think today will go down in history as the u._k. Democracy died pharmacist doing <music>. Ceuta smashing crab on democracy not forced through no deal exit from the european union last night. Thousands of people gathered outside parliament to protest against what many described as a coup isn't even elected just warns it by by some cross the ozorio members in his abusing all democracy worshiping palmdale so him and his rich friends can push through bricks disgrace who he's using a system system of parliamentary power to ultimately ride free brexit and i think that's the president the prime minister claimed this was a normal way for a new government to behave before setting out its plans for the country in a speech given by the queen but many think the circumstances are different this time. I think what boris johnson is doing in suspending parliament is legal and the constitutional but it is clearly also cynically aimed at shortening anytime that m._p.'s might have to try to do something to stop an ideal brexit on on october thirty first. Tom pete briggs editor. He's suspending parliament for an unusually long time. <hes> and i think the only reason for doing that is to minimize is the chances that m._p.'s have of legislating or finding some other means to stop britain crushing out on october thirty first. If it weren't hamstrung by this how would parliament. I want to go about doing that. Peace plan is to try and pass legislation which after all is monroe <hes> they did something similar in march when they passed whilst legislation against theresa may's wishes to oscar to seek an extension of the brexit deadline and they will try and do this again starting next week but how would that play out in practice. It's difficult to predict what will happen in in the house of commons but the speaker john berko is clearly very much on the side of m._p.'s who wants want to be given the chance to stop an ideal brexit. He believes an m._p. Should have say before. Britain leaves the european union so i think what will what he's likely to happen is that he will commit an emergency debate. The emergency debate will be used to try to craft a bill that will the demand that boris johnson brussels to seek more time whether there is sufficient parliamentary time to pass that bill into law is is an open in question it could pass the commons but it also has to post the lord's and there are very few sitting days in which this can happen so i think it will be a race against time to get this legislation through a race against time made radically worse by by suspending parliament in the first place i mean we've talked before about how much mr johnson may or may not actually want to crash out with an ideal you you. You've said it might just be a negotiating tactic to to to look tough yet. This looks like he just simply wants it now. I think he's doing things he wants is to send a message to brussels and other capitals that n._a._t._o. Brexit is a real possibility and that he is going to do his up based to stop m._p.'s m._p.'s including m._p.'s from his own party from frustrating it. He also wants to send a signal to akers of the of nigel rogers brexit party that he agrees with them and he's doing his best to deliver what farraj calls clean brexit what other people call nato brexit whether he really wants a nato brexit i think is not quite mike clip because he's always said that he prefer he would prefer to leave with a deal but given the time constraint it look increasingly likely that it could end up being a native brexit exit to do you think that he has made good faith efforts to try to get a deal struck i think when you went to berlin and paris to meet leaders and then met the began the group of seven summit in in biarritz they were impressed with the view that he genuinely wants to try to sort a compromise that would pass parliament against that they think his dimond which is to remove completely the backstop that is designed to prevent there ever being a hard border owed with ireland is

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5 bodies found in search for missing climbers in the Himalayas

Ron and Don

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

5 bodies found in search for missing climbers in the Himalayas

"It has been a tragic climbing season in the Himalayas on one of India's highest peaks today. The search for a group of missing climbers ended with a grim discovery as we hear from CBS's Jonathan Vigliotti through search for survivors on Debbie mountain in the Himalayas has become a recovery mission. A local official confirming five bodies were found by chopper in the snow, tether together, they're empty tents discovered nearby of this group of eight professional climbers, three are still missing feared, buried by an avalanche Americans Ronald BiMAL, and Anthony Ceuta. Come are described as having a passion for adventure. It has been a deadly climbing season in the Himalayas eleven people have already died while trying to summit. Mount

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"ceuta" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

09:01 min | 2 years ago

"ceuta" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Hand out Taylor Ceuta maiming, even Burkey are you Lisa by any chance. I am thanks for hanging in there. I appreciate it very much. Ju- Grabo trying to have a civil debate about women's reproductive rights. Topic. I know you had said that you would like to hear from a rate, baby or a woman that had experience with those types of things. Yes, I directly have experience with it. But my nephew is the product of rate, okay? Thirty years old down. He had because he's the product of a Rake's is a statement attached him because of that. But I will tell you that never in his life as he said he wished you as an abortion. Imagine. Imagine most people probably don't. Yeah, exactly given your personal experience or putting it aside for a moment. Do you believe that a woman who gets raped has a legal right to terminate that pregnancy? Okay. I do believe it is a very moral decision in that situation and one that needs to be left up to the person that's been put in that position. Then. Same way about incest. I, I mean these are, you know, come on you you've been forced into a situation then with the mask, you please. What is the what is the objection with anyone else, terminating a pregnancy, like if it's okay in the case of rape, or incest? Why is it not okay for any anyone in everyone else? Just my opinion on it is that when it comes to consensual fact, as you said many times people go, you know, we're in a I work world country year. It's pretty rare to have an actual unwanted pregnancy. There's a lot of ways to prevent. Do you really think it's rare to have an unwanted pregnancy in this country? Should be let me rephrase. Good. When I'm saying it should be wear. Sure a lot of message to prevent unwanted pregnancies, not that they're all hundred percent you know, always gonna work, but you know, they're pretty good ninety nine point nine percent of the time if you're taking precautions you don't end up in that situation. I lady your politics editor, and I don't think they mean anything I appreciate the call very much. Do you remember the, the little professor? Was that with related to ask Jeeves? No, he was a yellow calculator and you can do addition. It had dish and subtraction games. And you would see how quick you could get them. No. Well, my sister had little professor, and I had data man that brought you into the world of multiplication and division. So I got really, really good at getting single and double digit up to twelve multiplication and division. Just had it all down, and toys. Oy. Wells in educational toy nobody else had data man. And then once I got really, really good in beat all this records anything, then I would see what buttons, I could hold down at the same time and make the thing short circuit. So thanks. I knew how to make on my calculator so yeah. Five five three seven eight zero zero eight. You're welcome kids, seventy seven five seven nine hundred to any single or double digit multiplication division for you right now. Eleven times, thirteen up to twelve what up to twelve thirteen. I know I only go pass thirteen. I can't fact check you on anything below that. No, you can take me on everything. I can't do thirteen. It's unlucky. Well, everything else is so easy. It's not there's, there's eleven's. All right. It's nine hundred eight. I don't even know if this is true or not true. Okay. Nighttimes eight seventy two six times, fourteen told you I don't know pass twelve just for my head for okay? Fourteen times twelve. Come on man, eleven time seven seventy seven. Six times nine fifty four. I think I did that one. Yeah. Seven times for one time too many numbers that number times three. Picky. They're also easy. I know who hi Kimberly. I can really do. Grab a very nice to meet you today. To love your show guys. You in spite of the fact that I am from Florida. I just went to know that most of the people who live here, aren't from Florida. Crazy. What's, yeah. I know. It's like Colorado California, New York. Are there any Ohio Michiganders' here because I just I just got off the drudge yesterday. I just arrived to Florida. So I don't know anything about it. I'd rely on your perspective. Crazy. Thank you. Just got here. Yeah. Thank. Anyhow, I think that men have a very important part in Tuesday. Well, whether or not to have a baby, and that is when they're wrapping it up. You know what I mean? Do you know the rate of congress aware, what is it? They say ninety percent I get the feeling that probably little bit less than that probably eighty to eighty three percent. So that means that seventeen out of every one hundred guys who wears a condom has a risk of getting that woman pregnant anyway. So I appreciate what you said. But it's not as simple as as putting on a condom. Oh, that's unfortunate. Right. And. Wow. Sexually transmitted diseases that would not help. Seventeen percent of those people either. That's a stereo scary statistic. Thank you for sharing that why I do my research before I bring up stuff on the air. What was your point? Well, I was just saying that guy's definitely have a write in whether or not they're going to have a baby and it happens when they are. So she doesn't agree with fifty one forty. Woman gets pregnant, right? Forfeit, forfeit? All right to have input on what gets done with that, baby. Because I didn't wear a condom. No, no, no. Definitely not guys. She definitely have input. I just noticed that. There's a lot more single moms than single dads. Right. Because. Well, I mean, let's not get into the custody laws in the state of Florida, but they tend to favor the mother and, and fathers traditionally, do a pretty lousy job as whole individually, but fathers fathers out there tend to can leave a family and that devastates. But yes, there are a lot of single moms are also single dads. What's the point? It's just that it seems that the mothers. Can't I don't wanna say stuck with the kids, 'cause I have two children, and I'm divorced, and I wouldn't change anything, but it just seems like the men tend to be less responsible in my opinion. And they're usually the ones who are doing less and sticking around laugh. It's an unfortunate stereotype, that you have, but given your life that you've lived, maybe I'd have the same unfortunate inaccurate and unfair stereotype, but I haven't lived your life, you haven't lived mine is a single dad. So I'll simply say. Well, I hope you really good at it. I bet you are. All right. Okay. At it, you know, I'm trying to figure it out. Just like everybody else. I felt some sexual tension there between. You guys think she wants a third kid born out of wedlock strap Jimmy hat on and you see what the percentage is really are. Yeah. I don't like that. Whole. Here's your input where a condom because you could wear one of them I owe us or whatever you know, you could you could be on the pill like we both have an obligation to keep a baby from coming into this world if we don't wanna baby. But to say that my input is where a rubber alive. How can I help you? Hey, what's your favorite electric toy ever have before video games just out of curiosity? Like did you ever have an electric toilet before video games for the game? Boy, five. So that's the first thing I remember electrically kids. Little walkman with a disc with MCI receding a I see that was pretty cool. All right. Which hammers please hammer. Don't hurt him. Hey was yeah. Kids says only. Only one what, how many were there? What? Get it started. Let's get it started. Let's get started. Hammers first CD. News. The Dion Sanders of the rap game at the time is doing it. Favor, a hall of fame.

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"ceuta" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"ceuta" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

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"ceuta" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"ceuta" Discussed on Z104

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UN Technology Bank aims to bridge digital divide for least-developed countries

UN News

09:44 min | 2 years ago

UN Technology Bank aims to bridge digital divide for least-developed countries

"Wide. Two billion. People are still not connected to the internet, creating a digital divide that is hampering development in the world's least developed countries or LDC's in order to bridge that gap the UN agreed in twenty eleven to set up a new UN body, the technology Bank which opened for business in Gebze Turkey last year when Joshua sa- Tepa executive director of the UN technology Bank came into the UN news studios. He explained why it's in the interests of all nations to lend their support members of the nation's committed not leaving anyone behind so already from that perspective, you need technology, which an innovation which is crossed cartoon. Whether you're talking about addressing access to Norton sanitation addressing energy requirements, you need technology across the board. So you cannot achieve any of the single disease unless there's. Full exploitation and utilize of technology. That is available today an innovation that is available in the market today. It is also a reality that when villas developed countries on every developing country progresses economy can economy growth is strong. It creates a very good platform for mutual economic relationship with rest of the world capacity to buy an import from their trading partners. But also capacity to develop an export. So he's a mutual beneficial relationship on the demand side also on the supply side, so developed countries have a direct stake in supporting the socioeconomic development of of the least developed countries. Would you also be true to say that by enabling talent from least developing countries to participate in this global digital society that that it can enhance the society for all in the central bringing in different viewpoints from different cultures that don't currently being represented that is absolutely correct. And also. There's one fact of life, but we should always. Remember is that there is not a single country on this planet that is a monopoly on on intellect. The only difference is that in some societies. You have an environment that enables imagines and also the development of that capacity. So take for example, a child in developed conflict, South Korea Japan gets exposed to technology from the minute. He can start to recognize objects. That means that that child by the time he gets to school gets to make decisions about career. He's already exposed to quite a considerable level of innovation. Imagine if you could also do that to a keyed in the Ceuta, for example, or in jail or somewhere in the developing world that would mean that you unleash so much potential for innovation for economic development for all aspects of society that event of the contributes towards the improvement of the quality of life in this community. Now, you're right at the beginning of this adventure. If described as a startup, do you have any benchmarks for what you would consider to be success? Our only benchmark is transformation today country X. As our priority is addressing food security needs. And we're able to say to them we have identified a partner that will work with to come in give you innovation that will help you improve your productivity yield in the crops grow. For example, if you arise growing country will give you new strains of rice that are drought resistant that have more productivity, you have addressed your food security, if you count that as a high water deficit, and we bring you technology that says we'll help you rented by map your resources, and this will help you avoid countries today. Wave got tensions within society or communities, but fighting over scarce auto resources because they do not have a very complete picture of way. Actually this water underground in the country, but we have access to technology, and satellite technology that can help us at interfere that capacity. If you're able to. Put that at the disposal of the country means when they know whether order is able to move communities reduce amateur that today address attention and be able to support those communities. So it's solutions like that. That are transformational that we will use to benchmark our interventions the big internet companies are going through translations themselves right now, there's talk about regulation about breaking them up because as fairs at their powers are being too great. And when we look at initiatives that have already taken place in developing countries. There have been criticisms about this for example access which is limited or trying to tie countries to certain types of software. Are you comfortable that you can avoid these kind of pitfalls going forward the starting point? And do she's way worry waking one in the on the ground in the countries that we we have programs now is to undertake as a start diagnostic of the situation in a country. Both from the regulatory. Policy framework to the infrastructure needs. So that we can be able to see what is the policy framework like what are the gaps in the policy framework that? Encourage and support innovation, but encouraging support transfer of technology by that also protects the social visited the social aspects because he is technology is good and technology supports in his driven. They they Konami growth that we've seen over the recent years, but they are also like everything in life. They also there's an aspect to that that also came under mind some of that progress so best to be a very good balance in legislation in policy that respects and protects. Those those those things whether it's from an environmental perspective, or whether it's managing technology with sin cases, where technology and innovation is used to perpetuate sexual violence. For example. Those are definitely not constructive. Those undermine progress towards creating societies that are sensitive to gender based violence in this case or that are sensitive. To cultural norms that Averis central to any any society needs development. So we would wake with countries and using existing and rowing from existing experience and drawing from existing global multilateral conventions that already in place to help countries mainstream and use those instruments to reinforce their policy framework and legislative framework have you had entered any particular country or countries that you think with just a bit of help from your organization could really make great strides in breaching, the digital divide. Outsail all the countries that will look into help or that will wake him with have all have that potential. But remember also that even within the LDC's not all this is equal. You've got L C at least developed countries today that have launched satellites into space. You've got Liz developed countries that are still struggling with the most basic requirement of science technology innovation which is collectively. So each country has its own pickier a set of requirements and peculiar situation that we need to factor in when we engage and designed programs to support the meant because sustainability is important the priority sectors has to be I paid by the countries themselves. One country will add inter ICT one controller indivi- climate change as the biggest challenge it faces towards achieving the MD digits. So it depends on on on a case. By case, we do not have a one-size-fits-all approach, and I think that would be that would undermine our potential to be a very effective instrument partner. If we were to approach that we and last question. Two billion people not connected to the incident. Are you confident that with the work you're doing you can get most many of them online? We really confident that we can make a meaningful contribution towards towards address in the digital divide. We also believe that given the convenient power of the United Nations, we have the platform, we have the network of partners. Together, the private sector. We can be able to provide the solutions will waking on connectivity. For example. We'll start waking on can activity with IT you. We will be able to mobilize. And a lot of effort and wake is really taking place on ice tea is let let let many we statelet. But what we want to do is bring more additional focus on the situation of the list developed countries to say as the local initiatives that we have to be part of that we have to be to be mindful off and make sure that we we do not disrupt, but we actually couldn't beat into. But we just want an additional focus on the list developed countries because they are in is in a peculiar situation. And by doing that, we will be able to bring into the table a different angle to the discussions and the way that is being done today. You've got the technology facilitation mechanism, which is a very important platform, which we are Pat off, and which are participating in its wake we will be participating in that and making. The case for focus on the list of elope countries.

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"ceuta" Discussed on No Ego

No Ego

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"ceuta" Discussed on No Ego

"That's kind of the the spectrum when somebody's newer in role or newer in the workplace, but a lot of times, it's just organic. I two people ask me, can you create a coaching course that teaches us Harvard coach like, no, ego and. Seiho you'll even my own coaches. They wanna know like, how do I you? How do you know in the moment? Like what to ask like there's a decision tree in. It. Sounds very woo. But when I'm in no IGA when I'm in that high solve I swear if I just plug in before we present it plugs me into the bigger source that it's almost sometimes like my head opens up and something comes in. I've never said before never asked before its way of seeing something that isn't something I learned, but I did learn to unhook from ego and to evolve to the point where I could access that level of information. And so it's hard to explain saw. The course you take I've taken courses and learn techniques that were helpful it some, but it's really a organic at times to get there. And there are times may coach well, and there are times. So I don't coach well, and I just I. I love hearing the words like neutral nimble flexible. It's not one-size-fits-all coaching isn't something you do to another. It is the process of for me. Holding space for someone to self reflects most of the work do isn't telling it's just holding space to say, let's take a moment. And let's just tune in with feel like, you know, are you operating other bestself? What would great look like like, what do you need to change? Like, it's just this moment where you actually can just be there for another person without expectations. I think there is a lot of confusion. They think too many times we're sending out. Are lesser skilled folks to the business to be coaches, and they haven't really practiced it themselves. They know a model. They haven't really it's really building some cynicism in the business about the power of coaching when I'm sad about sometimes and on I completely agree with you. And I think a couple of additional comments that I would make that build on what you've just said, you know, the other thing for me. That's unique about coaching is that for me. It's it's a personal connection with my coach. And that doesn't mean that I can't be objective. But what that means is that setting context with coaching is really important. So that you so that the person who's receiving the who's who's working with you and your coaching them understands that I'm going to be here for you, like, I'm I'm actually in in this room for this hour, you can say whatever you want, and I'm not here to. Judge you. That's not. That's not what we're gonna do. We're actually going to focus on your truth. What's going on for you? And and then from there what we do is we build a plan together. And I think you know, it sounds like such a subtle thing. But to build the context with somebody that I'm not gonna judge you you can just say what you're going to say. And then I'm going to keep it very confidential. This isn't gonna go anywhere. It's between you and me. So it's a personal contract, actually. And we have fun. You know, I think fun is an essential part of coaching. You know, we we laugh we giggle. I share my stories, you know, because I think part of being a great coach is being able to share with people the times when he, you know, using your using your your lovely word when you've been an ego, and that has not helped you, you know. And so I think the business background that I have to, you know, working in nursing and then coming into Ceuta Ecoles where I managed budgets..

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"ceuta" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"ceuta" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Also, but the question of emission is not fully clarified so far. So there are still some open questions research questions, which we. You have to endure us in future. He's also skeptical about the benefits of farming. Insects such as less water consumption. There are some data on the water footprint, and it seems that it's quite similar to pork meat and poultry much less than for kettle is give my reference by. Hello. In two thousand seventeen in the general. They also compares the global warming potential and the claim that it's lower for insects compared to the others. But here, I think some more are needed in terms of human food. Western countries are just at the beginning of experimenting with insects. According to Ceuta, it's also necessary to deal with some challenging questions such as the ethics of killing insects or the potential health and safety risks daring, insects farming. However, he believes that insects will soon be on our supermarket shelves with assume that that were placed on the role and become a bit more conventional the next few years if it's proof that the picked on the environment is much lower than for other protein sources or you can show clear benefits when using insects for food and feed. I'm sure we will see more and more. It's on the market. He also thinks we might use insects as an alternative to say that all of us have to eat insects instead of meat look at might be interesting additional source of protein. Consumer also Newark would be. Will support of tournament of protein sources, plus transcend gastronomy are still changing after all it wasn't that long ago that sushi came to Europe and many Europeans distrusted raw fish from Asia. But nowadays sushi's gained worldwide fame so of the fate of crickets meal worms and other bugs be similar. Maybe would you be willing to eat insect or products from insect? No, pro taste. It's not our culture and emotional negative. I'm honestly, not sure I'm not really informed.

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"ceuta" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

Ear Biscuits

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"ceuta" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

"I mean, the suit that I had on your Ceuta specialist trikes tone down, and I'm already so tall. I'm arnie. You know, like a beacon. It was like it was like a checkerboard might as well have had like a light on me. That was like I'm trying hard, you know, like a neon sign didn't have that. But I just I had to look them face. And as I walked by this couple the guy. Caught my and I turn a looked at them at point blank range like could probably put my thumb on my nose, and then reach my pinky out. And put it on his nose like that's pretty close. And then I was like recognize I know exactly who this guy is. And I was like. Greg. L? Let me just say that his name was not Greg. That's not what I knew about him. Apparently, I didn't know his name. But I, but then I follow it up. I was like I could tell by looking face that Greg. But but why why Greg thought a great, but that's not that's not how you begin conversations. You don't look at people in of magic, what their names might be. I say I knew him never should be like. Okay. You're not Greg. But I do know who you are. You are the rock climber. It was Alex Honolulu. And he was like I was like, so I'm sorry. Just my name's link which name me said, Alex. I'm like, yes. So your name is Alex you climb. So this link formation hold him. What he did with no harnesses, you are a freak of nature. I didn't say that. But I was thinking your brain your body. You're everything is a frequent nature. He climbs like El capitain at Yosemite. Just in a pair shorts and a t-shirt. Now, I saw cell phone. So you starting this conversation. And I was like this is a good conversation. Like because this is famous is somebody everybody's gonna know about this guy. He's a climber. I follow him on Instagram. I think he's absolutely amazing. I do know this name is Alex not Greg. So do I if you know now, and so when I saw you talking to him I was like this is great go up. I have points of ref. Prince about who he is a follow miss jam. And so and again, I introduce you remember your name and super nice guy big racial and didn't act like he didn't have time for us at all. He was in fact, I made fun of myself. I knew that like you got you got out of it. It's not like you completely bearish and we later later fully recovered, right? And he's super nice any also talked about how sure he you know, if you could be on the show at some point. We're like, yeah. That'd be you know, there was a picture of us holding up on Instagram. We held up our hands because his answer like so like meaty the kind of hands that you need to climb the faces of mountains in just a pair of shorts. We're fascinated by super nice guy. Also, his girlfriend super nice super nice. I called her shanty yet that was not not her name. But by then it was a joke. So they're my pet names for them at that point became Greg and Ashanti. And they got a real big kick out of that one..

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"ceuta" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"ceuta" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"And you'll also find us on Facebook and on Twitter at wit attainment, shall we start Robbie as is traditional with the UK box of his top ten? Let's let's do that. And number ten, it is ocean eight. Yes, which is in the in its seventh week in the chart to a total of ten point, nine million so far which is it's, I mean, it's it's been a head is not being hit on the same level as the original Steven Soderbergh trilogy, which I think is interesting to me. That kind of rings true because I really enjoyed the glower in the kind of upbeat energy of the all female cast. But why felt it was missing compared to the certainly the original Ceuta film ocean's eleven? Is that. Kind of sense of trickery and ingenuity. I don't remember how much you remember the final heist of the original suit apart film. It was exciting, kind of it was. It was very exciting, but I love is kind of tricks you the viewer twice over and it runs something you think is happening. I won't give it wings people. If you haven't seen it fluency, it's great fun. But this this idea shoes you the highest unfolding in a way that you think is you think you know what's happening, then there's a rock pool and something else completely different was actually happening. All right on then once once I left this as you finish the, the DVD streaming, whatever is now the way that you watch it, you realize that you've been tricked again, because part of ISIS, you saw it couldn't have happened and it's to do with the the kind of kind of money, the fake, the replacement money that's involved in this in this Bank rates. And it reminded me it's kind of like that. So Darren Brown thing the when you know, half an hour after watching his stage show or something, you kinda reflecting going, wait a minute. You know, not only was I. I trick I was tricked the win, which I was tricked, and it's that kind of cleverness upon cleverness. I enjoyed the original fee, particularly the the first Sudapet film. I didn't quite feel kind of came through in this one, but you can. You can feel tricked in a good way where you kind of total the sometimes you can just feel tricks when you go, oh, come on as that way, when the film is kind of being playful with you and say. And it's like a really good magic show like how like. You know an over and over all these revelations being pulled out, like, you know, handkerchiefs or something. That's what it works on when it feels like is cheap, you know, or retooling something, but is this something that's that's very, it's difficult balance to strike a superbug of someone not just in the oceans eleven films, but in elsewhere from his filmography is he's done that time. And again, this film didn't have that. I kind of heart bike and say, well, like the last one. So I hope I'm guessing the the went with eight so they could do a notions, nine, the notions tan, which then to up to eleven that maybe something that the the approaching later ones uncertainly you made a respectable of money, the could well push forward for sequel to this at a number nine, we have skyscraper, yes, which is in its fourth week in the chart and has taken five point one millions less of a resounding success. This is after son, Andrea, and after rampage. This is another kind of fantastical rerun of this timber. Eleventh rescue effort, starring Dwayne, the rock. Johnson, this is no part of his components career is he will wait into crumbling skyscrapers and rescue finally members, and and and people who work who works in these the most buildings. And this way, it's kind of like Varley calling by the terrorist attacks of September. Eleventh to those one. This is just part of what Dwayne the rock Johnson does. I have to say after having gone all in on rampage earlier in the year, I'm really glad I did because I thought skyscraper was a bit of a land Mark reviewed it really warmly..

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"ceuta" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

GSMC MMA Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ceuta" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

"It can be a little techy. I gave around five to Dimitrius, but pretty much most of the judges gave round five to Ceuta where if you look at the stats, this is this is the round. That's a lot closer where you talk about they both through. They both landed about nineteen strikes landed Dmitri's through thirty three land nineteen. So who two through thirty nine landed nineteen significant strikes. He definitely land Dimitrius land thirteen of his twenty seven. So who to lend fifteen of thirty five. And then he had two major take downs. But when you look at the take downs, he only controlled for forty two minutes. I could see seconds. Forty to forty minutes would be some serious ground controls. When you look at the numbers, you could say, okay, I give round five to Sahotra. I've just look at the numbers and I think the numbers would say, okay, let's say you wanna close round four. Any runs around five. I still didn't think he won round to if you're going to do this equally. Then if if Henry suit over down to, then I'm going to say if I use that same judging an perspective than I can easily say DJ one round five. If I'm using that same, if you're gonna give pseudo that close round around too, then you can easily give Jay that close around around five NC. This is where and I, I'm not saying this was a rip off because this was this was a very close contested fight. I personally. I don't have a, I don't have a big. I'm losing my mind over the fact that they strip that they gave so to win..

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Roberto Osuna makes Houston Astros debut, tosses perfect eighth inning against San Francisco Giants

24 Hour News

04:38 min | 3 years ago

Roberto Osuna makes Houston Astros debut, tosses perfect eighth inning against San Francisco Giants

"ESPN, app Allegra, Pilion this morning for Mike Golic junior Kennedy talk a little bit about the New York Jets and their quarterback situation. Sam, darnold get a chance to show what he can do in a real game on Friday meanwhile the big, question hovering over New York Giants camp is the contract status of Odell Beckham junior his representation leaving giants camp yesterday without a deal getting. Done because impart the giants have pegged Beckham's market value at. A total annual average salary lower then she's wide receiver Sammy Watkins according to. Our Josephine Anderson here's the latest on Odell Beckham junior's contract situation from ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter got a, situation here where both sides want to get. This done before the start of, the regular season both sides are motivated, to get it done and when the deal is done assuming that they can work it out I would imagine it would make him the highest paid wide receiver in the game because you could dress up a deal to look any way you want in really come down. To the structure the deal and the guarantee Right but the big thing for the giants and for Odell Beckham mystic get that deal done to give him that long term security these sought after that the fellow wide receivers from his draft already have gun Adam Schefter on the six. PM sports, center, last night. Talking. About the Odell Beckham junior contract situation and I've I've read some some reports that people believe this is trending in the right. Direction which is which, is all well and good but I'm I'm I'm sorry If I'm Odell Beckham junior's, agent and, the giants say well we're going. To give Odell, a salary That's a total annual average salary less. Than that of Sammy Watkins I'm not just leaving I'm laughing in their. Faces and, then I'm leaving Sammy Watkins is nice player got a contract. From the Kansas City Chiefs last year Sammy Watkins had seventy catches for five hundred ninety three yards he has one account a. One thousand yard season, twenty had a really good year and thirteen games just over one thousand yards, nine, touchdowns nice player but it's Sammy Watkins I think, the Kansas. City Chiefs, overpaid him. And and yet you know to to bring him into the, conversation with, Odell Beckham junior. Who is in the conversation among those. Being the best wide receiver in the NFL that is ludicrous ludicrous and I get it it's a. Negotiation and you gotta start from somewhere and okay so the giants. Up their asking price. I mean I I get, it it's gotta start. From somewhere and you know you're probably gonna low ball the guy I. Mean I, understand but if if our motel Beckham junior Afam Odell Beckham. JR junior's age I'm sitting down I'm trying to get a deal done what would be the highest paid wide receiver in the. NFL I'm watching this, wide receiver market explode And you mentioned the name Sammy Watkins it only better be because he's, among the names whose salaries will be dwarfed by what I'm about to get or what I'm about to get for my client owed l. Beckham junior and Sammy Watkins, are not in the, same stratosphere not, even is not even in the same. Conversation. If I'm talking about best wide receivers. In the, NFL, no-one's Mel yes. Sammy Watkins that's not even. A name you, pull out to sound really, really smart. And nothing, against him. Again nice player valuable player you know maybe helps out the, Kansas City, Chiefs this year. But I'm sorry Beckham junior's agent and. I'm looking at those numbers and the comp in other the comparable dollar amount is to Sammy Watkins We are laughing at the New York Giants First and. Last on ESPN radio and the ESPN app all is last night on what was happening with the Houston Astros who have Roberto Osuna who joined his teammates on Sunday and met with them in Los Angeles and had what by all accounts was a productive meeting with his new team-mates Roberto soon as the controversial pitcher whose obtained at. The trade deadline from the Toronto Blue Jays he made his Astros debut last night in San. Francisco in a game against the giants here thanks to our. Friends at KB EMMY not a seven ninety AM is audio of. Roberto, Osuna entering the game in San Francisco one nothing giants spot them of the eighth inning and Roberto Ceuta the new Astro making his Astros debut his first pitch to Alan Hansen pinch. Hitter is. A strike on the outside corner. All right there was a smattering of boos I guess you really couldn't. Hear, him that much in the background, ozone ah for his part on the. Mound did his job pitching a one-two-three inning First pitch. And that's.

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"ceuta" Discussed on Storynory

Storynory

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ceuta" Discussed on Storynory

"Is that not the perfect marriage the very definition of happiness no quarrels now irritations just style legally binding contract i see what you're saying agreed phanat but first be so kind as to close the door from filling a troughed the obliged but as soon as he reached the door a blast of wind from the fireplace propelled him off into the air like a cannonball and flung him all the way back to cover where he landed in a soft pile of horsemanure why all these gallant ceuta's where paying vat compliments to finance the celebrations continued curva carso the day of the ceremony arrived the council's chapel was too small to fit all the wedding guests imputs that did not matter because curve a town had the most beautiful church a white coach pulled by six white horses left the castle with on sister and her father baron cover where the road poss near the see the horses came to a halt they refuse to take another step the coachmen and the soldiers coaxed and showers aids and hit the horses with whips but they refused to budge the bride sheng tears for she could hear the church bells ringing and she imagined the guests in the.

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"ceuta" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"ceuta" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Uh it you've got to get away from that and you've got a really work within at a shared vision and and allow someone else's creativity to find his place in there and win win what i found his when direct is find that your open and flexible and creative engaged with making their new idea work within what exists then you really forge collaboration um um so that that would be my advice to of how to ceuta's survive um um because you really ought to be able to to to deal with your especially if you've created the whole project it really ought to be the one that gets to see it through its respectful and you know you're not a stop to rule and um you know no one would stiffen when a pint is half finished a painting and then allow someone else to paint over but in the movie business it's considered standard um so you wanna give yourself as much chance you can inflexibility is the best guarantee what's next i know the you're working on the sees as a possibility of seen uh based on a terrorist incident in vienna that's that's kind of on a back burner as it okay is another movie about the same thing which is constantly happening that's another warning is that when you're working in real events is usually three of wool people making the same story so what are you were gone now i've done the freddie mercury movie with school behavior in rhapsody which is shooting in london.

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"ceuta" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"ceuta" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Your dial up but the lombardi monitors he actually made but he he's got a girlfriend selma ceuta's me and i don't think the jerry jail yeah 450 prayer oh yeah jim's a dating madonna taylor swift and um pink all the time but by a three with gerald ridsdale almost are transgender von yup will nobody does she added thanks for thanks so much you'd be well guess trade europol we'll talk soon jim's gone on on on the judy garland but matt is up next in georgia hey matt how are you we're doing great thank you uh first of all i just wanna say i enjoyed the show our time caller uh uh i i don't wanna know what your truth all so are about jeremy pru hiring you being in the london this the university of tennissee what's your perception on well what what you have to do with whether you're in a lump this or or not is put what has transpired out of the way and start this coaching surged last friday afternoon philip was hired and i think he did a very good job and i think it on one level it shows that because of the turmoil he had to narrow the field to realistic candidates and he i think all three of the lead the gentleman that he he he interviewed the meltoff her kevin steel and and jeremy we're we're good candidates are i thought he would go with kevin steele because of the tennessee connection but it it actually impresses me that he wouldn't do that and he would go to alabama to bring a coach in considering phillips a long history with the university of alabama but i i've from what i know about jermaine i have known him a while he he is an energetic passionate great recruiter we don't know what type of head coach he's going to be i mean there's no way you can say you know anyone who has increased saying it to say it why.

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"ceuta" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"ceuta" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"It's the middle of recession you want to punish managers 'cause they sold less than last year in order to figure out who's doing a good job you stress at the figure out well how many cars or how many widgets should we sell in a normal year a just that for macroeconomic conditions nichols forecast asked by quarter of tyres supposed to do and then hold people against the forecasts and you see that pattern of making a forecast asked and eating it over and over again in almost all management cultures you see it you know obviously the way we operate the stock market so it's a very deeply ingrained into contemporary management thinking and yet that system really doesn't work very well in for trying to do something new that has so much uncertainty about it and we can't make an accurate forecast cats and that's where it starts to break down in the entrepreneurial domain of work so in the entrepreneurial two main of ceuta speed when they're all such transient kpix how do you think about in sourcing a structure reminiscent to that in terms of this stature of it in how it looks so to speech most people think what i'm about to say is a little bit crazy so i'm proud startups it's pretty crazy start to so i mean i'm used to being called crazy i don't mind it totally not at the beginning anyone say with confidence exactly you know what i believe whether whether and writer for the reader to judge as as all resign that i guess but my thing it was at entrepreneurship itself is very chaotic at unpredictable and confusing but entrepreneurship as a portfolio activity in these seized do is totally manageable and in fact silicon valley has pioneered a series of what i would call management systems for organizing entrepreneurial activity and we don't usually talk about our way of working as a system we just gonna take it for granted whenever i see a group of people who all have different independent three will and different centres all doing the same thing reliably i always ask myself what is this system that produces such reliability so if you look at.

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"ceuta" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"ceuta" Discussed on Freakonomics

"I'd like you to meet jen ceuta com yellow saw i'm professor of economics at this love university his research specialty and all yeah i do research and international trade a few years back ceuta come and his colleagues read the research that david order and his colleagues published about the american manufacturing crash and i mean the toll was was very negative fried of the united states that china close millions of jobs put so many people out of work led to reduced wages so basically we just oh you know wanted to understand that's also going on a germany to to come applied the same research methodology to germany he found that as in the us some german industries did suffer a lot because of low cost chinese manufacturing but but then on the other hand i mean overall the overall conclusion of the comes from our study is much were positive um i think the important differences german just managed to take advantage of this gigantic export market the gigantic export market being primarily china and um so overall if you add both together the tree basically had zero impact on the manufacturing share itself in germany why was germany able to find an economic equilibrium that has escaped so many other countries defined that answer and to appreciate the magnitude of this economic turnaround we have to go back in time but start just after world war 2 and you know germany was basically rubblish under.

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"ceuta" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"ceuta" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"It's questionable phil wanted to this filth thought about mellick mark but path michael jordan should all in on it's got him we'll see what happens with that we'll see what happens but i gotta tell ya when you look at it here's the bottom line los angeles lakers got allowed to be happy about new york knicks not so much it appears to be an upside fill was not going to trade posing because he just wanted to test his value this something else i needed to tell your new knows that out dammit that up melo and george was one trade get ceuta san antonio spurs call the new york knicks and said they will will in the move co lenin and clean our house but then they stepped back from it unchanged emma these are all it takes out new over the last couple of days can say could set but i got to confer just a few minutes ago yet again things are getting very very interesting cleveland san antonio paul george melloan more sas just a sample of what you'll hear on the stephen a smith show weekdays at one pm eastern on siriusxm channel eighty and he is canadian at okay keep your eyes closed i wanna show you my first ever painting all right okay over here is oh that's colors and shades oviir on us what do you think well i i like how if he's lurched a guy can you could save hundreds of dollars on car insurance oh yeah that's that's true yeah here why don't i hold your paintbrush while you call them gaiko because saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance is always a great answer.

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"ceuta" Discussed on Pop Culture Palate

Pop Culture Palate

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"ceuta" Discussed on Pop Culture Palate

"Look as men for the past like two thousand years we've had a pretty good run you know and especially like you like you know you black guys imply a you know like us white guys you know like you know we we did some pretty terrible stuffed you guys and you asian guys to you know you guys had to build railroads knowledge on a she it you know but look past like at least the past two hundred years of white guys we we took the ball and ran with it okay the world is changing so let's just let the women have this one instead of being shitty and when i say that they're i've seen a lot of stuff online about you know how the alamo draft house was have an allfemale showing of wonderwoman and guys were getting all upset about it and then i s i like i hear like a lotta people even friends of mine that her just like and there's one certain friend of mine that we saw outside the theatre ceuta's the movie was over knowing tina is dislike i mean she just walk in on air after the movie ended and you'll see this friend of mine outside i love him the death he knows who i'm talking about but he gets real uh overly critical of movies so we're talking to him outside the first like hey would you think about it and he immediately watches into all the negative like oh well gallagher though no i could she wouldn't gradin blah blah blah and the third act was kind of crap about do you were and whatever and just can't it took the wind out of her salesman in us like dude read the fuck and room man wetter fuck and have this one and then the next morning at another guy friend call me to dislike zoo kerber do the third with john lewis booth the all that crap normally look.

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