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"chazal" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:58 min | 2 months ago

"chazal" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"And so on january twenty seven hundreds of members of could list party coalition moved across statistically these new coalition. And so now she's the cagey has a majority in parliament. And he has the power to appoint a new cabinet. How has mr see shaky managed this power. Grab so exactly how mr sister katie. His chief this is unclear. I spoke to lots of politicians and political analysts can chazal and various people mentioned laurent's remorse politique which basically means political nomadism and is quite descriptive of congolese politics in general so a lot of politicians and not necessarily loyal to an idea or to a party they sort of move when they see the power balance shifting. Also this money. Sarah various people mentioned that you can buy an mp anywhere between seven thousand and fifteen thousand dollars and then there's also the threat of justice system so a lot of politicians have been guilty of corruption. And there's a lot of things could paint on a lot of people if you want to. When people saw that was managing to wrestle power from kabila a lot of npr's with a quick to join his new coalition so that not only they stay in with a job. They might get a payoff and they are unlikely to get chased the corruption allegations. And so how. The country been faring under the power-sharing deal before now so there's been a lot of deadlock tshisekedi promised a lot. He promised to make primary schooling free. He promised all sorts of infrastructure projects and said. He's going to reform the electoral system before the next election. He hasn't really managed to much of this and his excuses a he keeps saying he's being blocked by could be loud and parliament. I'm so his supporters hopeful that now that he's managed to distance himself from kabila and get a majority in parliament. He might be able to deliver some of the changes that he promised two years ago. However he's backtracked on some of his promises and showing alarming signs of stifling dissent recently like his predecessor. Mr kabila so what do you think the future holds. Now that mr is less fettered it is promising that has a majority in parliament which means he should be able to theoretically pushed through some much needed reform of the that have moved to his new coalition than not necessarily that because they're loyal to him and this is going to have to continue with payouts. Which is going to be expensive. He doesn't how for huge amount of money to do so. The economy's suffering and conger desperately needs change desperately needs reform. People are incredibly poor in contrast suspects. Lots of people on the streets and they were just saying whilst the politicians eating which basically means walls. The politicians are embezzling will still struggling without even enough to eat so. I'm sidedly not very hopeful that he's going to manage to implement great reform or change in the next two years before.

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"chazal" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

04:34 min | 5 months ago

"chazal" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

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"chazal" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

08:12 min | 6 months ago

"chazal" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

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"chazal" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

08:21 min | 11 months ago

"chazal" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Or holiday make a dollar or something. That's a phrase. You wanted to be one of hustle. If you want to get out, Russell Oh. There you go which yeah that well. For him so all right well, yeah, there were a lot of Boston. Rob quotes throughout the year. Is that were very interesting, but here's some of the ones that were very similar over time. Just really really were interesting to me. I'd Miami tap response is I had a lot of. Oh. Yeah, it was it. Did you have great fun playing it I had great fun, and please don't ask me merge it. Just, my kneecap response does my kneecap response. Is there anything else we want? Into, the next game. Now I, don't think Oh. Okay. Do you guys like Akiva? Do you like watching the challenges on survivor? I like watching old challenges, but not new ones I. Don't think there's been anything interesting in the last fifteen years. Okay is it? Why do you like? What is it because the they're new like the concept of the challenges are new, or what with reward challenges I? Think because you've watched them forty seasons. You don't care about who gets awards anymore like as viewers. You don't feel like okay great they get. A barbecue or they get peanut butter, now or something. It doesn't mean anything for the particularly post. More Post merged team reward challenges where you have no reason to root for either side to me is a waste of TVs. Those should be on like CBS dot com, but I just think there's no invasion. The challenges you watch a show like MTV's the challenge and the have them do such crazy things, and I'm not saying that you know everyone needs to be in P. Catholic shape and have them. Literally detonating bombs like they do nowadays like. They should watch that or even from what I understand Australian survivor and I'm watching lack. Of Go outside the box, we're going to race to a puzzle to you know to an obstacle course there. It's crazy house similar in boring. I! Find the challenges nowadays. Cheer. Point! I really loved us. Reward Challenge and I realized like it has been a while since we've done I think maybe in hall, Stars. When they built the wrath, Sim Boga got dissolved the last time with outright had like a builder rats, and then paddle it in challenge type of thing I wondered why they stopped doing it. I can understand why they stopped. The Hey. Inlets renovate the shelter challenge because like if they lost, they lost home depot as Sir like. There's not really something linked with it. I'm surprised there's not more hey build this thing to use in the challenge. Is it a liability thing? Maybe they impaled on the bamboo. Bamboo or something because they were tasked the building. Is that on the show I really really liked that I would love that to come back because I was trying to figure out why I fi- like especially with survivor. Nowadays, every challenge just seems exactly the same, so it's either standstill and hold something, or it's a sort of physical obstacle course, and then a puzzle, and it's just the same thing over and over and over again, whereas here was the build a raft goes a bunch of stuff, and and you know I guess that's like the modern survivor, maybe puzzle at the end whatever fine and then the immunity challenge was this big. Yeah, the Big Table Maze thing where n people had to rotate and things like that so I was just I. Don't know I was just thinking a lot about the challenges, and if we could go back to more, these types of challenges, I think would be really fun. And I was also trying to think of how you edit them and how they do the music and the Jeff commentating 'cause I know a lot of the casuals. Jeff talks way too much, but it also feels weird to have zero. Jeff comedy doesn't speak. It's crazy. Yeah, he. Silent. To commentate challenge. He literally because I think. I haven't watched so much of one two or three recently, but I do think he speaks. You'll usually speaks during a challenge where it's appropriate to speak in seasons, two and three right. But in this challenge in this episode I believe he speaks zero times during both challenges. It's dead silence during. Maybe that's why they just felt. It was too boring for television like they didn't. They couldn't even like put him in post. Maybe they weren't doing that back then like Jeff is mainly silent. Maybe, there was enough going on there. Always the constant Chazal, awake strobe stroke stroke the reward. Challenge was like gave be like. This up. You're happy. Ko seemed game you just how? Everybody that he was instituting over the course of a challenge, but maybe it's because like the dead air to fill that the castaways were already billing and Juliana 's point I think that it also shows that like. Need, not be complicated like I. think that Auburn is semester built this idea of like you always have a puzzle at the end because we don't want to be a blow out the bolt. The challenges in this episode of were Super Competitive Right like. To wonder reward challenge by like. Elaine's at most with the wrapped and then the immunity challenge it was tied to to when like to caught up at the very last second, so it makes me feel like just depending on the cast makeup, and the challenges that you put out there. It doesn't necessarily need to be the great equalizer that the puzzle usually is. Yeah the immunity challenge really wasn't nail biting finish I was thinking about how it would have been edited now with the dramatic music, and cutting back and forth between the two, because it was winners of were playing us. Maybe. We need more themes. Surviving means more theme song of rage, season, but yeah. I don't know I just thought that was something interesting just to see truly because we're going back to the very very beginning of survivor and see the drastic differences between how so many things are treated, but especially the challenges I think is interesting and I have one other comment. Because Mike you did the final words podcast with Rob Right? Did you include hunters in that? I believe that we did I. think that, yeah. I believe that it was because I remember that Robin I got into a tangent about the projects. That hunter got involved in which spoiler alert we might be talking about. On this podcast if I recall correctly, we went chronologically and he was second after Greg Buddha's. Enigmatic final words, okay I will phone the Red Cross, when you die of dehydration, like wow, I, hope Mike include to that and I just wanted to check with a bunch of knuckleheads right? All right well this episode. I think the latest one way in Lake Today unlike George Costanza I thought that. You know what this episode was. A great education on the dangers that lurk within the sea, so I have combed the Internet and the beach and I've come up with a quiz that ask safety questions about dealing with sea creatures, and their various methods of attack so can be super simple. We're going to go back and forth and look. This is painted a bit. You know in my own, my own biases I am someone who has said before that I have a fear of open water, and I will say that these questions have not exactly swayed me in the opposite opinion, so I'm not going to convince everyone of Hydrophobia. This did open my eyes. Sometimes what may lurk in the area? The poor player John Carroll is not an indicator. Now Kiva you don't go outside. And you think you would ever go to the ocean. I have been in the ocean like I am a noted endorsement, but I'm not like allergic to the see I can women's stuff. I'm more of a pool guy than ocean guy mostly because to get to the ocean. You need to pass by San Sands. 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"chazal" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:42 min | 11 months ago

"chazal" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"The Chazal veins as you see having advanced system of justice now I don't know if you heard it, but towards the end. There's a guy in a ironically a white sweater. He throws the hood on the white sweater. If you can watch it on the Youtube yourself with a baseball bat. He looks white or Hispanic I'm not sure above his parentage, and he's saying I will be your e. Men's with us. That's joe very advanced. Sperry advance, of course you're accused of accused of theft I don't even know if the kid now you know the Chazal lenient. Of actually stole something, but in this you don't have to be convicted you go right to the death penalty in Chas. The chazal veins have a judge dredd like system where a guy in a white sweater who throws his hood on who looks white or Hispanic approaches you with a baseball bat. Accusation takes out his video and threatens to beat you basically to death. Very advanced very advanced lifeforms and Chazal Vania very advanced. This is a highly sophisticated system of justice. Far Beyond US petty deplorables where Joe. We do crazy things this is we do crazy presumption of innocence. You Know Police Accountability Civilian Complaint Review Boards, that kind of stuff. Go to Chaz. They just get the baseball. Bats just beat the out of you. That's that's their advanced system of justice in the ANTIFA, black lives matter. Run CHAZAL. Now. Yes, Joe get ready. Chaz doesn't only have an advanced system of justice, the Baseball Bat. That's it not only at that. They're not only advanced their job. They are advanced in agriculture to because they're smarter than you do. What is Jones wins you? What do I was just a former COP? Policy was a database web development. What the Hell do we know? Three idiots in a room can't even screw in a lightbulb. That's morons, right? What the heck do we know? Got My mba every was a paper mill somewhere. Somebody decides genome and Total Moron. So you know they're smarter than US and Joe. They're not just again. Advanced law enforcement officials with a highly sophisticated system of justice. They are also farmers to. To. All the real farmers out there understand this sophisticated sophisticated mechanics or their soil and watering and pest control. You know anything you need to go to Chazal Vania and talk to the Jasmine's. There is a photo that has emerged from Chazal. This is the Greg. Keep this up. This is the greatest.

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Mark Casse Interview - January 18, 2020

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

09:34 min | 1 year ago

Mark Casse Interview - January 18, 2020

"When you talk about the three year olds this weekend all eyes on the grade three Lecomte stakes at the fairgrounds and mark? CASSIE is going to be a very very busy man. He has horses entered there there. He has horses entered at Gulfstream Park. And as you might expect he's prominent in so many major stakes races mark with me now here on the horse racing radio network mark appreciate the visit in the time my friend thank you. Thanks for having me now. It just got to win a few. Yeah now you just got to get things rolling. I mean you're pretty. Hey good at that though sometimes so far this year but it's really it's early what's okay so for a trainer when you go through a little stretch like this. You said it's slow. You know things will pick up eventually. But what do you. How do you keep the faith? How do you keep the same approach? Approach everything well. You just know that it's worked and so You know you just you just keep doing the same thing you've always it's done So much of it is is just sometimes you go through cycles and things work right sometimes. I can look at it condition. Asian book a lot of times. And tell you whether we're going to how we're going to do. Sometimes you know you have races that fit your horses better than others and But by the you know you just continue David Care on. I've talked about this many times and that is you just keep doing doing What you've been doing we We won five breeders cups and two classics. And so I think we we I think we we. We know what we're doing so we just keep doing the same thing. Yeah more than twenty eight hundred victories in North America for trainer Mark. CASSIE so. Yeah I think you know what you're doing it hard mark not to start like tweaking. Funny Mike though I will tell you. This is many racist as we went all those. When you start? Start when you do go through a little spell where you're not winning as much as you'd like you know you're like he's still like oh I want to win. It never changes. It doesn't matter whether for me whether it's a five thousand dollar claiming race or five hundred thousand dollars claiming race and I I don't like losing nobody does You know so There you go. Well hopefully things start picking up with the Lecomte Lecomte stakes later today and all the stakes races at Gulfstream tubes. You're well represented there but let's let's focus on the three year olds in the lacob and this is a race that you want for the first time. Last last year with war of will we know it worked out okay for him he went out and won the preakness later in the season. And some people will say maybe he should have won the Kentucky Derby. But that's neither here nor there here at this point So tell me about the two horses you have this year. You have Lynn's map and then you have enforceable and I would say Lens Map. Probably the more highly regarded at least in terms of the the morning line. Well well we just scratched him. Oh okay well there you go. And and that was kind of the plan when he drew the fourteen hall. It's nearly nearly impossible to win anywhere from the fourteen whole But New Orleans is pretty tough to win from the fourteen hole So when that happened when he drew outside their yesterday we Entered him in the Smarty Jones. And he's going to run next Friday at Oakland in the Smarty Jones. That works out okay. It doesn't cost you a whole lot of time right. No no not at all and The the Smarty Jones I think he's number eight of nine much much more favorable Post and Yeah he's a very nice horse he's he's done done well so far We're excited to have him and you know now he. He's he's taken one step. He took another step and now the big except the big step that says. Can you run with the better. Three year olds in North America and We're going to have to wait a week to find out. Is there something mark that you look for for in your newly turn. Three year olds at this point in the season that you say okay they they have that it factor they have what it takes to be a factor moving down the road to the Kentucky Derby. Oh yeah I I mean I think you can look at horses and say you know can again this one go forward a lot of times. It's pedigree a lot of times. It's the and brains So it takes a lot it takes a lot and and more than anything it takes a while back but Definitely by this. It's time you know we're looking at is that we think could You know go on I would say that A year ago today I still had big question backs questions about Sir Winston I wasn't sure how good he was as yet and But WAR WILL I. I was very confident at this time. Last year. I think I can remember doing an interview review Down for Thinks it's name right now but down in New Orleans and he he said What do you think of your chances today? And I said I'd be surprised if he gets beat. And I don't say that very often but I had just the utmost confidence of war in war will well We're not we're not in the same. You know we are not on the same same page right now as we were a year ago so we have enforceable end. Today who enforceable is one of the horses he's gotTa humongous pedigree pool brother Demo Heynen also half brother another really good horse. Can't can't escape me right now. But he's a horse. We liked a lot but he is just been extremely slow to come around His last race was much better than it looks on paper and in David's extremely happy with the way he's trained up to this race so You know we're expecting big things out out of in today I if we don't see him today then he's just not I don't think he's good enough so We're we're looking for big things out of him today. Are there a couple of other three year olds in the Cassie Barn. That people should keep an eye on as we moved down this route short on my three year old colts right now. Um and one that I would tell you that we work game this morning. I'm in Miami today and we work in this morning we bought or recently broke his maiden name's untitled Broke his maiden at cough stream ran a ninety eight buyer One by ten. I'm excited about at him pretty soon this morning out of the gate and I just like so many things about him. He's a big tall lanky cold with a great mind and and Just lucky you know that we were able to get him in and now we need. We need to have some luck with him. He's going to Swail We have two you other cults that are in running allowance races today Strike Appeal and race driver. They're running that fairgrounds right now I would call them the B. Team Hopefully plea. After today we could call on them they will say earlier. You mentioned the name of the Belmont winner from last year Sir Winston. I saw that he had a breeze was yesterday at Acworth. Desert Right which day before the day before a guy for yeah? What's what's going on with him extremely well? We were very happy with the The only issue he pulled the shoe off during the work and then he stepped on it and He's been a little tender on and we're currently Soaking his foot and and insane I would say fifty fifty. I sent him up to run him in Chazal I think it's called and Next weekend right now I'd say we're fifty fifty two run. We're GONNA see. See Our foot response to that and If not we'll wait for the next one. My long term explains for him is is trying to get him to do by which I'm happy. He grew up a lot during his time off. He's a big handsome horse now. And and Training well so expect big things out of in We'll see what happens here with his foot. Just been on the phone with the Cheney Baig Egg who is my main assistant there knows no Sir Winston probably better in any way and he helped preparing for the Belmont and So we're we're seeing. He's he's soaking his foot as we speak what's going on with the preakness winner. IS HE GONNA race in two thousand twenty. Yes eastern well. He watched him train Yesterday morning before I drove down to Miami scrape. He's grown up. Some right now are feeling Is that. He's a great one winner on the dirt. We're going to try to make him a grade. One winner this year on the grass so that that's where we'll be focusing Probably the maybe around March or April April.

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"chazal" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

14:24 min | 1 year ago

"chazal" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

"I'm your inner ninety nine dollars. Jeremy Renner at we're only only he can post and you have to buy stars to engage with the post movie star that no one needs more information about or he's but he's like a big music marvel and Jeremy exactly twenty dollars to stop the whole thing. That's so funny about this this APP that was like places for Jeremy Renner fans to connect acting like collaborate. It's a thought for a while for for a while. Louis fine and it was just for Hispanic worked out and then like as of is like a month ago people started making profiles for like Casey Anthony kind of went off the rails pretty recently someone figured out that every notification that was coming coming from the APP appear to be coming directly from Jeremy Renner and so it's really fun yeah is really funny. It's worth looking at but a lot of celebrities have these APPs because Kristalina are still has won like from the same company as Pammy. Oh no lap look like in other words. It's the KRISTALINA APP so I have to pay a nine dollars a month or something like that and I can engage. It's like you pay for you. By by the ours is the currency apple tree you buy stars to interact and one would hope to get your attention. That's the goal so then I'll buy the star different stars will get different things like if I buy ten stars ars. I can communicate like he'll send me. Video message not even not just like it's like his posts and stuff like it's basically just for these celebrity. APPS A curate not even carry it. They put all the Gr avait aggregate aggregate all kinds of from the different social media platforms into one check Kylie Jenner's Oliver things things you can just check her APP to see what she's up to on snapchat and instagram a thought. Is that like if you had a facebook profile with like ten million fans like facebook is free so like why not have those people pay money. That's it well. I think that's where just the world is going right. I mean more and more again. This is stand up podcasts and I can feel like I could talk talk about stand up. It's like that's what most of like I bet you. Comedians are going to start doing that left and right like just I'm just GonNa put my thing my special my website. It's like yeah just pay five box. Well Yeah I think we in the in the eighties nineties there was like this mega celebrity kinda thing the cult of celebrity and now we're gonNA sing celebrities everywhere. Everyone one is a celebrity to other people exactly and these that's like what podcast pop like you have this microcosm of small community of people that like want to hear your every word yeah now. It's I feel like it used to be like in the eighties and nineties. It's like Oh yeah you become a celebrity. 'cause you appeal to pretty much. Everybody your general general popularity now. It's like you. You gotta be Niche. You have to be niche. Nobody cares about the generalship be very niche. Be a hundred percent of these people love you and if the other people hate you then who cares ooh we'll. Nicole's playing footsie with me. Stop trying to come over to my side attention. This room is Pablo ball palpable between the blue check. Max No yeah checkmark law right that's called glove about two publicists introducing celebrities and then they fall in that's basically set it up movie with Zoe durch Deutsch Gang Elvis that me and my friends did Deutsche Gang. I Dunno taught in German and put your hand. What does she do it. Yes for those great content for I do not high. Oh so yeah there's just so funny. APPS celebrities everywhere everywhere you turn babies adults Vikings Let's talk about being home-schooled home schooled okay. Let's talk about being home schooled or just reading. What's your school yes well. Let's school clips and then we'll talk. Anthony Chazal nick the man Joe Firestone the woman great comedians. I've never met Gel but I all I heard great things about her and we're always so close to each other but we never personally met Anthony Open for them once and and he thought I was the janitor true story one year in high school. I ran for class. President and I lost to a girl in a wheelchair. No I'm not ashamed and she definitely got the sympathy vote but that's just because I ran a really negative of campaign vote for Anthony. His ideas have legs. You should should all be laughing at that joke. There's no ramp here. Ah Spoken easy see I'm like eight minutes in CDs already gone gold. It was in college. I got stuck in a dorm room. This guy from Eastern Europe Europe now. I don't know that there's a problem with people from Eastern Europe but this guy would not shower or used deodorant but I didn't have the heart to tell them that he smelled bad so one morning I left him. A note said you're Olaf. Get Out of my country. I God I loved college. Carter was so great the only I didn't like about college calculus take that shit hated calculus hated it and I was failing calculus so badly that I tried to get my girlfriend to sleep with my professor Besser to get me a you know how chicks are. She forgot to mention me. My little brother is in high school right now close but sometimes he'll take advantage of that last week. He calls me up because Anthony. I just cut school for no reason now. I need you to write me a sick note and then forged that signature signature and I did it but I'm horrible at stuff like that. His teacher just took one look at the note and said Mikey. You expect me to believe this. You don't have AIDS now. If you like that. AIDS joke lucky day you were going to love. You'RE GONNA love this next. It's Ju. I just got an email from an ex girlfriend of mine telling me that she has aids and I didn't know how to comforter so I just wrote back. I know Oh maybe some you guys notice just a pattern here. These are all great jokes. I just got back from my ten year high school reunion. The Prom Queen now weighs three hundred pounds and has three kids heartbreaking. She used to have five kids. Anyone do their their talent. Show a kidney. When do in talent show I who did that. Take your talent whistling. Do you whistle at a lot of things or was. was there just getting you going. Did you whistle. Don't don't apologize for whistling. That's that's an oxymoron. Okay so you whistled what you do. ooh Yeah Okay Okay who who's done talent show. You whistled the most confident way to say you did then when I asked you fo- question you said music. Give me something. The band acid listening called and from sixth grade was like that's perfect that is just about to keep in touch with the other members of recyclable friends one of the drummer. Oh It's always the drummer house always the germ reason at the moment I did I did a I did my middle school talent show I did. Did you do your Miracle Town. Show I did what did you do. I only remember what Lindsay Hickman did. They did open the door gone on the floor every walk the dinosaur. Chris powerful sears into the seared into this Lindsey Hickman Hickman now she wasn't there. She was in Hurricane Harvey realize cheers. There's probably in the Lindsay high of your family's good kids by now. That's a moment to think about Lindsey. She's doing alright will always bring it back to reality. I did school talent show. I was in my middle show. We decided to do a dance to come on over Christina Aguilera and we decided we always done. We're all GONNA wear the same thing bunch of friends. We're all GONNA with the same exact thing and they all agreed. They're like we gotta do pleasure pants at a belly shirt and I was like okay and then I got home when I was like I can't wear a belly shirt. I don't WANNA wear a belly shirt. I'm freaking out and I told my mom and she's like I got a plan and my mom she went out and she got me a skin colored Leotard and drew a belly and you know what actually from far away like from unstaged it it really did look like a Leotard bellybutton on it but the point of the story is the moral of the story is is that it it never pays off to be the learnable. I'm anthony jobs will nick and Joe firestone and two very similar comedians. VCM style sound voice Anthony. I Open Forum in two thousand twelve twelve at governors comedy club and he didn't know that I like the show I was just sitting in there and he goes hey. Can I just have the The room is kind of just for the COMEDIANS and I was like I was like Oh. I'm I'm opening. He goes are you serious and I was gay goes. I genuinely thought you were the custodian and he used to Work Custodian. I'm like this isn't a school off but he thought it was like the cleaning up the because I was just sitting there. I guess not dress appropriately. He was the first comedian that I saw and this is still doing doing the comedy club a sold out for him but you know now. He does the theaters but they were at the end of his set like a musician calling out the jokes. They wanted to hear Um yeah. Requests so's dope never seen anything do them and they would crush wow. That's fucking cool. Yeah Yeah I adjustment. ATHEROGENIC has both a podcast the justice in Rosenthal Vanity Project on comedy central podcasts and then also his new show good talk doc with Anthony. Johnson is currently airing on Friday nights at eleven o'clock. He talks together. Slake Nick Kroll Kristen Schall Kumail Nangiani any David Spade Tasha zero big ones biggest season for Chris Distefano. Yes season for them. Maybe I'll maybe when it gets season for when they need to like you know what I mean. We're done with the listeners Let's just go down the list season four. We'll get you on day accidentally cause. It's every get an email to like post. Stupid questions like to post in the dropbox. I'll get a dropbox email to like post blowing up a spot. That's not directly mine. It's a Jason Tonight on. I should have caught this and I get the dropbox tall to post a stupid questions which is a show on comedy central. It's sometimes it's on at eleven eleven thirty..

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"chazal" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

Psychedelic Salon

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"chazal" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

"But a single shriveled rose secretly held against the malnourished. Diseased breast. Within these phantasmagoria of moral repugnance, each second thousand years, we were caught in an infinite regression of unspeakable suffering until we fleetingly glimpsed through a crack in the Christly bloody sky, the morning light of heaven. By grace? We entered a rapturous contemplation recalling both the sorrowful and glorious mysteries. There was the order of aromatic oils. Distilled from the relics of saints and finally, the sense of Lear. Ian. Through the narrow stone window of the chapel. I saw in the early evening funeral swirling of rooks. The stars looked turbot. I turned absorbed into the benign, current snowmen affecting drawn last into a laughing vortex of loving prophecies, disquieting prospects could not be forgotten for, we had been exposed to the cathodic the underworld it all stopped, magenta was folding Chazal perusing, the Sanctis of high mass. As I listened. He began chanting Assam then intoned today, clouds of incense and folded are. Som- reveries. I wondered if some of the conference, participants might be the alternate arbiters of human fate, and we the people the endangered species too late confronting extinction. We stood shriveled in the garden of banks here roses survivors, freshly imbued with exquisite sensitivity to opposing forces. Magenta never, again referred to the religiosity of our walk through the valley of shadows. Among the roses after we descended he still demonstrated his findings on experimental memory drugs. He did a wraps owed comforting me greatly by reciting long portions of the Homeric epics acquired from a single reading. At last both somewhat more steady. Then we turn to enter the high seas of gentlemanly deception. So we heard from Ryan leading about a gathering in an English country house ov-. People that study wall and the various weapons of mass destruction. Something that I took from the extract is the way that history is very large extra. There was a huge mention of the ought that's present in the location, the various parts of the architecture references to the garden and the various flowerbeds and so forth found within. They cuisine is talked about in a way that references pasta happenings as well history of literature. There's a copy of the idiot, which is into the greatest poke at one point bring to mind, the ancient classics, which you can turn up in the litany of the different wars, and battles that are mentioned and even the timing of the current Cisco poignant, so one of the things about the flowers in the garden is the right to describe them as being gathered by the local children in order to decorate the chapel over members day, remembering those that are full and the point of remembrance day when it was originally started was to remind ourselves of why go into all leads to so much pain, and sorrow from the people that are severely this terrible thing, I was really interesting is the idea of the chemistry on the warfare because there's a lot of references to genetic. Engineered disease bond logical. Chemical agents speaks of the first use of chlorine gas during world will welcome which is often described as the Kenneth wall when it goes LSD in its turned, I'd at least attempts weaponization substances to be more reliable. So we'll park environments where for longtime..

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"chazal" Discussed on Blinded Faith

Blinded Faith

16:17 min | 2 years ago

"chazal" Discussed on Blinded Faith

"About the hotel experienced checking the experience. And you mentioned just briefly about holding hands at the airport in countries who are being gazed illegal. What are the other challenges you face you fill out when you go out from meal, you have differently? When you go out clubbing after differently. What kind of challenges, do you face that you wouldn't normally face at home? It depends. I mean he's still don't always come to walking down the street holding hands the apartment in London, let alone in a foreign country, I think is quite nuanced. It obviously varies from country to country. I think every LGBT person has felt nervous or discriminated against at some point in their life. Whether that was growing up, whether that is today, instill a lift reality for that person. So I think it's a case by case basis, there's not I can't say, would I hold hands walking down the street in Santa Monica. Maybe it would hold hands walking down the street in Jakarta. No, so it's, it's different and it's a case-by-case basis, and I do appreciate your website that you do have list of what goes down. You kinda pre warning people. How do you come up with that, because government policies? Very different seal. We choose to appointed before a very different to what the people of the country feel. So how'd you gaze there? How'd you judge that I think is very important to show what the government policy is because we we're honest with our clients about what is legal and what isn't, and then it's up to them to make an informed decision. There are plenty of travel companies out there. We've mystery shopped plenty of them where we kind of ring pretend to be a gay Cup. And we say, oh, is okay to begin the Modi's. And we regularly get back from the age on the other end. Oh, well, it must be because we send gay people there all the time. Well, no, actually it's not legal to be. However, did you know it's also not legal to drink alcohol in the Maldives, but in the five star resorts there you can drink alcohol and you can be welcomed. Insert not all resorts as an algebra decouple and, you know, our company actually office honeymoon benefits to same sex couples in the Maldives, because we've worked with hotels to develop that as a as a product of ring, and that's great that we've actually been able to do that because the mold is a beautiful. The nation. Yes. The laws are backward. But there are eligibility charges that want to travel, they're not everyone. But those that do we want to enable them to do in the safest possible way is really good. What you guys are doing. I think is brilliant, is really definitely needed, as well is quite new in the journey. Have you gotten anything wrong? So far has have any trouble has been so of not tacked birth felt uncomfortable in certain areas. Kef surveys from all of our customers. So we learnt very quickly, for example, in Sri Lanka, we had a couple of trouble social anchor, and we had a driver in Sri Lanka to women and a driver in Sri Lanka, who didn't realize they were a couple. And so he's flirting with them. For example. Right. So that was a learning for us. Absolutely. The had been identified by the supplies. There's not homophobic, and that that'd be fine. But they didn't understand the two females together. Rush honeymoon. So we got that feedback very quickly. We managed to resolve it. We changed the driver, but those kind of things are massive learnings. We will only ever be as good as our loss booking. And we are learning all the time. We still every single day are talking to new suppliers and talking to new tourist boards to find new products and test, new policy. And last year we sent four team members to different countries. Just on research trips just to go and explore that destination as LGBT travel, and open dialogue again with hotel chains, because, you know. We can then use that firsthand experience to offer more fantastic service to our clients. Some say nothing of God that the answer already from some some yesterday. You said before, but some say the best changed countries attitude is for LGBT travelers to go, there, rather than avoid it to send more people to educate him. I'm assuming you agree with this whole heartedly. I think like I said, I want to travel to some of these more tricky destinations, and I will travel to some of these more tricky destinations to try and change mindsets, and it won't be overnight, but certainly by not going places. They're going to remain sheltered they're going to remain isolated in terms of viewpoints. And the thing that really upsets me is that the Caribbean. For example, there are some amazing places there and there are some amazing pockets that are really LGBT fairly, like Aruba and Sal really welcoming. Islands Dutch Dutch run. But actually, there are other places that have still got British colonial laws in place. The from from decades ago, the have impacted society today. So actually it's the Brits, and it's our laws that are still having a negative impact on destinations today in terms of homophobia. So Jamaica, for example. We know a hotel there that has a game manager. We work with j flag witches the Jamaican forum for lesbians and gays. We worked with them really closely to ensure that if a traveler wants to go there, and we haven't sent a traveller there yet. But when if it went some wants to go to Jamaica, we can do it in the right way. So we can know the charity workers, we can know where the safe spaces are. We can know which hotels to stay out. We do all of that, work in advance, even though we haven't yet sent anyone there, because if someone does want to go there. I want I want to sit there hand on heart and say, we can do it in the right possible way for you. What are the common misconceptions of gay travel, for example? Is it all about sex is that were thinking, we don't want to get people to have sex in our beds, is that we do recognize what it is? I think gay travel has had a bit of a PR nightmare over the last few decades, there have been some very disreputable gay travel companies in the U K, but now no longer exists that went bust because they were focusing, solely on the grand Canaria Mickey NAS, IB short-haul market. And what that meant is that they were taking allocations at hotels that they couldn't fill and they went bust as a result. And they let customers out of pocket and people unhappy, and they were doing with short haul destinations which appeal to some people, but they weren't really doing long haul. Honeymoon destinations now at out of office, we cater for everyone, but the bulk of our clients our honeymoon travelers or people joining a gay group chip of like twelve guys or girls going to match peach, you, for example, a group group adventure now that kind of travel hasn't really ever been done in the market, Ford till we came along. I think unfortunately there is a legacy. PR issue with the way that gay trouble companies and LGBT travel companies existed in the past, and hopefully we change that perception. You, you have to look at our website. It's much more upmarket, and well designed than some of the incarnations of trouble companies that came before. And I'm really passionate about great design and great customer service and honesty as well. And I think I state my reputation on on all of my team and the products we offer in terms of providing the correct service to people in the thing. You mentioned about RJ holidays just about sex. Well, there's a signal the market that go on big cruises. And that's a very part of the industry, but there's a whole other section of society. And if the market that doesn't want is now same sex marriage being legally in those places going on honeymoon. When I travel with my partners places we don't go and visit all the local Gables necessarily on trip. We want to go and see a play or do something cultural. And we want to know what other eligib-. People recommend nuts really where we come in, in terms of offering that advice working, we've got private guides LGBT guides all over the world where we can do gay history tours in Greece. For example, we can even offer a gay history tour around the Vatican, which allows people to look in the Sistine Chapel. There is artwork. That is LGBT there is friscos that are LGBT within the Vatican, which is just fascinating. Because if the anathema there but. You know, those are the kinds of things that we really pride ourselves in that point of difference. Raw van it's a big party holiday. We're going to get to grand Canaria in a three star hotel. There's a there's a place for that. And there's a market for the opposite, Lutely, but we've moved on a bit from that too, because it seems like the misconception is the fact that they're going to have sex don't realize the normal people waiting to get away from their jobs or wherever they're doing just to come sit on the beach come taste the food from your country and things like that. That's why I'm kind of governing from your Chazal five feels like they need to be guided rather than let's fight these people for sure. And it comes down to training and it starts with the hotel, and it starts with a tour sports, and it starts with the government. It's their responsibility in a destination. It's not the locals, actually the locals needs to be bought on a journey that know that homophobia is, is led by governments. It's led by tourists was led by hotel chance when it comes to travel on media, correct, and perceptions, and actually if you've been told that for so long, you believe it? We've all been guilty of some kind of prejudice in our life at some point, and it's. Because of stereotypes, and it's because of prejudice. It's been built being portrayed to us from whatever that is. And I think actually, if we can engage governments, if we can engage tourist boards if we can.

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"chazal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"chazal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Likely to have higher levels of inflammation, which can lead to numerous chronic issues. The study was conducted by concordia university and released by the American psychological association. Dr Richard Chazal is a cardiologist with Lee memorial health system, and he says anger can lead to increased risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, and even heart attack. And there are data that showed that people who are under a substantial. Emotional stress or get angry very easily might be at some increased risk. He goes on to explain how emotion like anger actually affects the body chemically. It is sort of real emotional outpouring does have an effect on our body. If I get excited or upset or frightened for that matter, my body releases chemicals into the bloodstream, particularly epinephrine they cause an increase in heart rate increase in blood pressure can constrict some of the blood vessels. And so this. I mean, I think that all of us sort of assume that this was the case that when we get angry it can adversely affect us in terms of health and our heart. But there are now new studies chemically showing what exactly is going on particularly with the heart with anger. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, we've known for a while that unresolved anger can lead to digestive issues and headaches or insomnia or depression. But there is that there is that mind body connection. I think that's why those meditation apps are so popular right now. Right. Calm and meditate. And all this other things. Are very popular as people try to call their anger. Not that sadness is good for you. But just compare sadness to anger. They're saying anger is just more detrimental to your health or takes a lot of energy. It does really does ingrate. So be happy. Don't get angry on.

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"chazal" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

Inside Intercom Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"chazal" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

"Adam Richman are one side apply directly to any startup looking to scale these days, for instance, one of first thing she did after joining was the pitted, the waste like measured customer acquisition last year, we pivoted from just saying how many teams are recreating. How many work teams are recreating? Because work teams of the teams that pay slack. Even though enormous amount of our team Chretien is social based on how much people love slack Chazal spoke about the work required to build a more sophisticated lead. Prioritization model for sales. One of the biggest tracks of work has been just building the infrastructure and tool so. So bringing on a lead scoring tool bringing on the marketing automation, tools, hooking up our product data to marketing data's that were even smarter about the marketing messages that we employ last, but not least Rachel spoke about the need to safeguard the brand as you pursued grow tactics. It's hard to build a brand it's quick to destroy a brand and a lot of the growth tactics and initiatives, we might employ you might have an initial positive result. But if you're Dana brand over time, you will really hurt yourself. This interview of Rachel was part of a larger series of interviews that we did on a topic of unlocking growth. So if you try to step aside, make sure to check out other ones in series by going to ITN's Spotify or the pike cast player of your twice. Let's listen. This is inside into gum. Rachel welcomed inside intercom. Thanks. So just to get started. You are leading growth marketing at one of the fastest growing software companies we've seen in this generation and probably ever. So how did you get yourself into that position? It's a lot of luck and serendipity I would say that's kind of defined my career. So I think the the role that started me on this path was joined very small startup little over a decade ago called whether Bill eventually was rebranded to a company called climate Corp. While I was there and the company just seemed really intriguing sold weather derivatives to businesses of any size to basically protect them from the weather. So if you can imagine companies retail companies agricultural companies event companies if it rains if it snows of it's too hot their revenue will dip and their previously never been away for people to protect against that downside, you could only exchange multi million dollar derivatives on some kind of energy platform. So the idea seemed really cool I joined as they're basically demand gen marketer and spent a year throwing things at the wall trying to build interest and pipeline for the sales team in failing one hundred percent at every single thing. That I did. It was very interesting experience in the classic. What I later learned was the classic started experience of really smart founders and founding team have an idea that's really clever don't validate it at all in the market build out a product build out a team realized that don't have product market fit and just freak out. Don't know what to do. I haven't heard of any of these concepts before I joined so I was basically discovering from scratch so after a year of total failure nobody wants to repeat what they've been doing and not succeeding at again again. So I started reading a lot and I stumbled upon Eric Ries and Steve blank, the concept of customer development. It was like a revelation people were describing exactly what I had your experience you've been through. Exactly. And I wanted my own function from trying to generate demand for product that clearly wasn't quite right to let's figure out what the right product is. And eventually the next year figured out that instead of building a product that was highly customizable for any size of business. You enter fifty different inputs and then come out with perfect insurance product for you..

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"chazal" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"chazal" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Noel king. And I'm Rachel Martin in the early hours of the new year American border patrol agents, fired tear gas into Mexico. They say they were aiming at about one hundred and fifty people who are trying to breach the border fence and enter the US NPR's. Danielle Chazal has more. Michael Nygren's, cough and bend over as they walked through a haze of gas in Mexico near Tijuana. It's dark out in this video from Reuters. And these men women and children were trying to climb over and under the fence of the US border. They were part of a caravan of thousands of Central American migrants who left Honduras on foot in October. They say they're fleeing violence and poverty at home. They've been waiting in Mexico ever since for a chance to apply for asylum in the US some decided to take matters into their own hands and cross illegally. One man pleads with border agents in video aired by NBC news. He says I understand, but why not give an opportunity to women and children who need it. The department of homeland security says the migrants were quote, a violent mob who attacked US agents with projectiles and Associated Press photographer at the scene says the migrants threw rocks after the tear gas was fired twenty-five migrants were detained and others returned to Mexico. Amnesty International's has firing tear-gas was cruel and inhumane and calls for an investigation. This is the second time American agents have fired tear gas at the migrants in November Mexico called for an investigation after US border protection. Officers fired gas across the boundary border fortification has paralyzed Washington. Today is the twelfth day of a partial government shutdown after President Trump demanded five billion dollars for a while and Democrats refuse to issue. The funding we have to have a wall as part of border security. And we're working on a Democrats take control of the house Thursday and plan to vote on a Bill to end the shutdown. They say it will not include funding for the wall. Homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen toured the border over the weekend. Her visit came after two Guatemalan children died in US custody in December then yellow chest, though. NPR news, Washington. For hundreds.

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"chazal" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"chazal" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"You know, anyone will say he's the most kind of he was pays these very affable characters. He's very like, he's got to win Clinton's. I, and this film is just like euro spec to two babies, a complete busters. They should have gone for someone. I've been trying to like, thank you. I would have cast the set of stunning t in this role Rotorua. Karen. Hi, Karen Hines, they get one Peter. Gabriel. Anyone anyone not not. Before a cast. Him and I was sad because you do get this kind of you expecting a good healthy amount of them together and you get maybe like spring scenes. Creep into out as well as one of the major failing to this film I thought is when you heard in the clip the character of Adam who's the young kid. This'll just a minor is going to be eighteen soon on the scene owes potentially going to going to sacrifice himself. I don't know if in McEwan has either got on his own childhood has never met a child or was actually the lamest child. Remembering his childhood and thinking that is still how children talk, because this is whole white. He just doesn't talk how any teenager from ever tool what it reminded me of remember, American Beauty. Checking. It's been a while, but like this, where it spent this character, he's like just filmed the plastic bag and it was the most beautiful thing ever seen. And that is basically his character. That's. Also not a great performance by fear and Whitehead's from Dunkirk, say some things in this which is really nice. Why is the main character in Dunkirk who is who. Great reacting to two bombs being shell shocked by by Christopher Nolan. He was pretty good. That, but in this kind of. Adobe his fall. I think January is one of the worst scripts I've had to witness, and it's a film that has very odd class politics. Really. It gets better promise. Down. If we're gonna, go problem here and it's the same on Chazal beach. When you have an author, he's written a book and their their own book for the screen. I don't know, but I think they probably pretty precious about their words wanna cut anything. Then I go, this is my, this is my best piece I must. I must have all the dialogue. I for it on the screen and their exchanges, and there are long monologues that you dislike no wants this, no needs this, and he could. I think he should give someone else. Some of the could have made it feel bit fresher and a little less kind of flowery and literary, which it just doesn't translate and. Which actually debts to the scandal, which is one of my favorite films, which is I'm sure not a lot of people on films, but he can't get ready. Good. So if like solid twisty that -tations, but this I feel there were too many things going on at once and it just all her Bevere a math, deliver the killing blow. So. To to put scores to this now for anyone who doesn't listen to the podcast, it's anticipation enjoyment. And in retrospect, David, I, it looked like horribly middle brow from the outset. So probably say about two stars. Yeah, to pation. And then it's Tuesday across the board for me, it wasn't an outright kind of offensive thing, but squirming bit while watching it was some some. Some of the plot holes were like the size of Newcastle. Sherry in this film love for Newcastle. Yeah, same David is solid to across the board. I will say I railed against him, but you and he did right? Like one of my books, which is I love last rites, which was one of his earlier books, and I, it just feels like this is very kind of old fashioned and. Yeah, I just I very strange film. I have no idea who's four. I've no idea why it's made or what it's trying to say about anything. So. Kyun maybe we'll for me. I mean, not ven diagram of central audience Thompson Tucci. I'm right in the middle. So actually three anticipation for me. I like both those actors, but yet to enjoyment and in retrospect as well. So that's the children act. We promise that are better films. Who's who's been convinced by the way, who's going to go and see the children after that. Okay, great. You think maybe the crops you can let us know thing actually on Twitter l. v. lies truth and movies at Lynda dot.

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"chazal" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"chazal" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Have invent can make this house, don't you? I am Karen outfit. Cooed the best test fast owes it with. No, I think every film this week has passed the best test, which. And this cost. So yeah, I program could the best test which is an ongoing celebration of women in film, and I will be in conversation with the producer Elizabeth Carlson, who is the most incredible catalogue of work. She has went on things like the crying game and made in Dagenham Carol, which is going to be paying the courtyard after the income position, and then more recently on Chazal beach. And she's also were hewn offense Colette which is coming out with care nightly. So I will be talking with her behind the screen that's on the fifteenth next week next Wednesday. So. Funds should attend. And I'd like to make just a quick plug for mental side project. Giglio tech. This GOP podcast, which is now up and running. Finally, after teams approved as we are two personas in the third episode goes up on Friday. It's about my neighbor Tatro and we have a very special guest Beth Webb. On that podcast should be available wherever you get your podcasts. Now running a pilot season of six episodes, diving into some of the big and deep cuts. The look and listen if you like those those things. Anyway, she's leaves me to say thank you to Beth Webb, joining me today. Thanks to Hannah. What I've been Michael leader and has always been a seven digital production.

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"chazal" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"chazal" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bleaker street presenting on chazal beach sergio ronin stars in this romantic puzzle about a young couples awkward and fateful wedding night that forever changes their lives adapted by ian mckellen from his novel now in select theaters and now we have all things considered on public radio from npr news this is all things considered i'm ari shapiro and i'm audie cornish in a high stakes game of nuclear diplomacy president trump has dealt another wild card as he boarded a helicopter today the president told reporters that a summit meeting with north korean leader kim jong un which he canceled only yesterday could soon be back on we're talking to them now they very much want to do it we'd like to see what happens the negotiations are being closely watched by north korea's neighbors that includes china which is set to begin another round of trade talks with the trump administration next week npr's scott horsely reports trump's renewed interest in the nuclear summit comes in response to a statement from north korea that the president calls warm and productive he dismissed a suggestion from a reporter that pyongyang is simply playing games everybody plays games in the president's mind that includes chinese president xi jinping earlier this week trump suggested it was she who helped with the brakes on north korea's diplomatic outreach to preserve china's leverage in trade talks with the us president gee is a world class poker player by saying that i think president trump was also acknowledging that he himself is also a poker player so now he has met his match urine sun directs the china program at the stimson center the nonpartisan washington think tank pose playing poker for example china was planes and all credit card you were playing the hard the trump administration has been trying to crack down on what it sees as china's unfair trading practices but the president acknowledges he's willing to cut china's some slack on trade in exchange for cooperation with north korea next week commerce secretary wilbur ross travels to china for the next round of trade talks with beijing michael green who was an asia policy expert.

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"chazal" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"chazal" Discussed on WDRC

"Brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council democratic sen dow jones georgia alabama scored him up said last week in alabama special illegimate president of course harshly critical of jones before the volvo now white house director of legislative affairs march short saying the administration is hoping for the best we hope the frankly doug chazal help us change the climate here washington where we can actually begin to work of bipartisan manner the question will be will doug jones actually worked represent the peoples alabama or willie side with elizabeth warren and chuck schumer on their agenda mark short on nbc's meet the press one more still not conceding that race he battled allegations of sexual misconduct with teenage girls as young as fourteen years old decades earlier when he was in his thirty sees denied those allegations the us navy awarding an initial sixty three million dollar contract to mississippi shipyard for repairs to a damaged destroyer ingles shipbuilding will make repairs on the us has fitzgerald damage back on june seventeen in a collision with a container ship off japan that killed seven sailors new report from the un's agency for children oblique reported about kids in the south sudan assef says over a million children today and south sudan are acutely malnourished two point four million kids have been forced from their homes with only warnings thirteen likely to finish even primary school more than nineteen thousand children have become childsoldiers and over 2000 youngsters have been killed or injured since the fighting began hundreds have been raped or sexually assaulted and nine hundred thousand are said to be suffering from psychological distress unicef's regional director says no child should ever experienced such horrors and all this in a country the size of texas in johannesburg poll totally fox news the israeli military opening an investigation into the fatal shooting of a paraplegic palestinian man who was shot in the head during a violent demonstration in the gaza strip last week.

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"chazal" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"chazal" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Suspending russia's national committee for quote the systematic manipulation of antidoping rules the head of the russian olympic committee says up to two hundred russian athletes could potentially compete if they pass aisles he screening immediately after the ban there were calls for all russian athletes to boycott the games but president vladimir putin said nobody should prevent athletes who want to from participating was in kim npr news moscow on wall street the dow jones industrial average is up eighty seven points at twenty four thousand four hundred seventy three the nasdaq is down a fraction you're listening to npr authorities in new york are investigating the suspect in yesterday's attack on the new york city subway federal authorities have formally charged him with terrorism a civil rights group has raised objections to some of law enforcement's actions yesterday the council on american islamic relations says it is heartbroken over the attack but it alleges officers interrogated members of the suspects family including children without lawyers present the governor's of puerto rico and new york have announced an ambitious plan to create a more resilient electricity grid in the u s territory following hurricane maria as daniela chazal reports work is underway in puerto rico to restore the destroyed grid the plan would reroute transmission lines integrate renewable energy and move floodprone substations meanwhile the us army corps of engineers continues patching the old grade with funding from the federal emergency management agency colonel john lloyd commands the cooperation and says the plan will likely not affect his work at the end of the day we worked for fema were fema's engineer uh in under our mission assignment that they've given us it only allows for temporary person pre stormdamaged governors ricardo rosay yo an andrew cuomo call on the federal government to fund the projected seventeen point six billion dollar cost of making the grid more resilient for npr news i'm danny elhadj has though in san juan a world climate summit is underway in paris.

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"chazal" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"chazal" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Up in in in the nuggets once again down by fifteen points here 45 with thirty media has it on the high left side over to gary hair's airs throws a to yokich intimate post yokich chazal quinn on him swears up against an head fake eight doubleteam opening boss the basketball newly keita has it in the front door no look in the corner 3 dotson short rebound tapped out of bounds last touched by kenneth farid that'll be new york basketball here with the fresh shock lock and doug mcdermott will take that up shooter from crate university in omaha nebraska mcdermott throws it out on top tool twin ends up behind him the nearly kina picked up by moody a rightsided dots and dotson bounce pass on the elbow to acquit o'quinn guarded by yokich jabs adam shoots right olbram jumpers up in in nuggets are now by seventeen points this is the big lead other night for the new york knicks top of the key parite has it left side over to nicole yokich for three that one short rebound tapped by beasley run down by the durban in the corner outlet pass over to nearly qena he's across the time line behind the 3point line charges on new dna leads is vacuous pass the rudy a whistle at a foul call against new york that'll be a charge called on newly keita ludi i took the hit and that's his third foul so he's going to have to come out jarot jack will come back you denver basketball coming back the other way still plenty of time to go you're just a slow start for denver's all folks don't panic here comes manual budi a mutia has it up the right side he's gotta thereby jarrett jack high picked to the call the yokich gets rid of jack through the window than cola download barton headfake leans in reverse no good he got fouled and he will go to the free throw line to shoot a couple nice pass thereby the the yokich.

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