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"cisse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:32 min | 3 d ago

"cisse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And Walgreens stores started giving out the shots yesterday as well as the Pfizer vaccine booster CVS is offering Moderna boosters but not Johnson & Johnson this week the CDC recommended the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson boosters Supply chain issues have been leading to a nationwide drug shortage the American medical association calls it an urgent public health crisis that threatens patient care and safety the FDA is now listing a 115 drugs in short supply nationally Some of the drugs becoming scarce used for chemotherapy heart conditions and antibiotics A senior Al-Qaeda leader has been killed in a U.S. drone strike U.S. central command says Abdul Hamid Al matar was killed in Syria by a military drone in a written statement U.S. Army major John brigsby says the removal of all metar will disrupt the terrorist organization's ability to further plot or carry out global attacks A teenage murder suspect is in custody now in Manhattan after evading authorities for ten months We get that story from a shock follower 19 year old Moussa cisse allegedly got into an argument with a couple back in January when they accused him of blocking them from entering an elevator in a building on west 150th street the male victim reportedly punched sisa in the face that's when cice is said to have pulled a gun and fired shots killing the woman 29 year old should Dina Smith on Friday cops responding to a call about a stolen car caught up with CSA and his fingerprints pulled up the cold case He's now facing murder charges A ship off the coast of Washington state dropped about 40 shipping containers into the Pacific Ocean Friday the coast guard says the ship was inbound and dropped the containers in heavy seas They also say the shipping industry is seeing a spike in lost containers Bloomberg reports more than 3000 boxes dropped into the sea last year More than a thousand so far in all of 2021 I'm Scott Carr Chief medical adviser to The White House doctor Anthony Fauci's recommending using the same vaccine when getting a booster Fauci told CNN Friday it just makes sense to go with what you originally received though we mentioned circumstances could change for some and that mixing and matching could be fine CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky is praised all three vaccines as being safe and effective The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished the week at an all time high climbing 73 points Friday to log its first record close since August 16th The Dow finished at 35 677 The S&P 500 and NASDAQ ended lower for the session After Peter Scolari has died.

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"cisse" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

07:25 min | 3 months ago

"cisse" Discussed on The Science Show

"Make the transition that just don't exist so we have to figure out how we are going to overcome those impediments. It's not something we can put off. I think that if you can see what needs to be done it can be. It can overwhelm ing but the reality shows is that we can do such. It's now win win. Situation we can move through to a cleaner energy by scutt. Those mission seven percent a year and develop new industries as people who are in the business of making money. We can do it. We held back by political block. Not by any kind structural block in terms of moving forward in terms of climate change. This government federal government particularly is moving to some degree. We now have a new authority. Being set up in camera with some of the people who are in a previous entity of government called in kaffa with you know that about climate adaptation into t coming back into government and are starting to provide advice on some of the potential future impacts. We've also seen the federal government making six hundred million dollar homes money available for catastrophes particularly northern australia and these are important things but they are very very baby steps compared with where we need to be. You know if you want to deal with the emergency room for climate change. It's a really big room there's got to be spicing at emergency room for the great barrier reef. We have to work out. What what we can do to give the great barrier reef of very best chance of survival. We have to make sure that abide. He's a hauled has the best chance of survival. We've gone look at coastal infrastructure. How are we going to prioritize. What is saved. he's moved as cisse. Rise is like just travel ran destroyed. You haven't with the karst. Some places might be providing getting bigger. But there's a lot of places where the cost is being eaten away by sea level rise from tasmania to torres strait and we're already wasting millions and millions of dollars to inappropriately funding. Things shouldn't be done. You know a great example is on sidebar on interest just a few years ago the federal government that the town was being indicted. They be able to see all the cost of twenty five million dollars last year. Some areas can be defended other areas. Have to be just surrendered. A new move. We need a triage approach to that. Sorta stuff we need to look at honestly our food security and in a place like a strategy might think that sounds crazy but just look at the weather over the last few years. We've black scene from last year on record in the murray darling bison through the floods that we've seen today. We need an emergency room. That's big enough. That covers everything from wave. Deaths through to smoke inhalation through to whereby diversity. The emergency room for climate change needs to be a core business of government. We starting but we're going to long ago to get to that point. I can do nothing much better than recommend you watch david bruce witness statement about his life on this planet and towards the end of that witness want he says. Is that what we need to do. Now is to restore function and he says that because the count climate system and the balance of gases in the atmosphere created by itself. It's created by forest some violations particularly so he lies at a vision of restoring forests of repairing the ocean at the moment the damage. That's occurring in. The oceans is just going deeper and deeper and deeper now. Trolling in very deep waters. Around the world stirring at carbon it's been stored for millennia millennia and releasing it back into the system as well as destroying life on the sea floor that helps sequester. Carbon can see that damage occurring the oceans. A healthy the plant remain healthy so we need desperately to one that vision that david and brigades of letting arafat heal itself restoring the forest storing the soils restoring the should these not just a kind of an easy on. This is a core business and if we do that will still probably be short of those ten tons a year we still want to have the full drawdown capacity we need there are thankfully a few other options and i've spent much of the last decade these options trying to work out where the most effective vaccine lies. One of those options is seaweed farming food a little bit about seaweed firmly today about sam elston. He's marvelous rid seaweed farm off. Tasmania samuelson. he was a fashion designer until about five years ago. He time with the climate council to hear an honorable the great barrier reef. And he heard me talk about seaweed. I'm a bit of a seaweed phonetic and he decided as a result of that to change his whole career. He gave away fashion design. He went into seaweed farming. And what he's done is developed a farm of a particular wade despair ops. It's a very common seaweed in southern australia. It has peculiar property of producing a bromine compound. That stops the little bacteria that leaving the council rumen from producing may find and you need a tiny amount of it to do that. You need twenty five grams per cow per day and that reduces the meantime missions and keto by ninety eight point. I put incredible. And what's that's great news for me missions. It's also really good news for farmers because all of that energy that seemed to maintain that's normally lost to the cow actually gets returned to the cow. So it's like giving a cow twenty percent more food. It's a healthier animal so you need to feed it less. it's healthier. It grows faster. It's a great outcome. Such just one seaweed solution but the world is full of potential seaweed solutions and one is just letting the seaweed seemed to the ocean bottom. We know that the transport of seaweed into the deep ocean is one of the major wise carbon gets taken out of the atmosphere and sequestered the ocean bottom so if we can enhance that. We'll be doing something really good for planet now. I know we have to tread carefully with all of these things with this planet. skyla skyline intervention. So we have to be careful. But i'm heartened by the seaweed solution because we know it goes naturally we know seaweed grows. It goes down submarine kenyans into the ocean eaten by sea cucumbers and the cabinet is in the bottom so if we can put a bit more say weeding even if it's a few gigi tons a year that's a really i think a positive move and you have to know about the sky of the deep ocean the ocean below three thousand meters. He's ninety five percent of all habitat on the ocean. Itself is five hundred times bigger in the atmosphere so if we could theoretically grab half of all of the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and shoveled straight into the deep ocean right now reduce the co two atmosphere obviously by fifty percent. We'd increased co two in the deep ocean by get two percent. The deep ocean is really big. That's why it's the hedin puppet master of the whole system. It's a receptacle for the cabins where most of the stuff goes to keep to balance about planning so. That's really important.

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CISA Releases Analysis of ‘Supernova’ Malware Linked to SolarWinds Cybersecurity Breach

The CyberWire

01:06 min | 9 months ago

CISA Releases Analysis of ‘Supernova’ Malware Linked to SolarWinds Cybersecurity Breach

"The us cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency has published updated information on several militias are affecting these solar winds o. Rien product which have been identified by the security company fire i as supernova supernova. Remember isn't the militias backdoor inserted into and propagated through the supply chain of solar wins ryan platform rather as disappoints out supernova is not embedded within the o. Rien platform as a supply chain attack. Rather it is placed by an attacker directly honest system that hosts solar winds orion and is designed to appear as part of the solar winds product. Cisse's assessment is that supernova is not part of the solar wind supply chain attack described in alert a twenty dash three fifty to a their malware analysis report includes descriptions and indicators of compromise that security teams should find useful and as usual cisa concludes. Its report with a long list of best practices briefly stated and easily understood.

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"cisse" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"cisse" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That's why you'll miss get the hell out. You know what would you recommend for people? What's going on this week? You know the things going up down tell us what's going on what's a Sign Jon. Why I think it was a it like the. X., what do you call the excel? I forgot the name but basically, people are just beyond you know brain dead when they invest in the stock market right now because it's a bubble of epic proportions, I think they'd pass the evaluation of the DOT com bubble right now. The Nasdaq. So it's back in you know create the bubble territory. A lot of people are talking about crashing including several bankers you have of course, nobody's talking about the Warren Buffett just bought bare fold shares, which is the first time every touch gold company? There was. There was a a big pension, hedge fund, Ohio or something where they went and voted finally I. I've ever seen that went five percent of gold reserve but I'm going look that doesn't. It doesn't mean anything if you're not freakin holding it in the basement down the municipal hall treasurer's Office of Something I. Mean if they got it, it's on. How are they holding it? Yeah. Exactly. Who knows the most likely? Even the pension fund might just call you know take her goal which it's informal. EPS. use fake chairs. Thought you know could be in the hundreds per physical metal at our underlying it this any mental at all there's been a couple of skiing tearing accountable including the latest be old that showed that no physical gold for their because here we got ours keys instead of 401k's, and the are can hold all the pandey through them all, and then they found out that they couldn't get the physical gold. After the fact that they probably didn't have any golden buddy guy actually on linked in John, we need to expose US and here I'm talking about do you guys? So it just shows you and that's one of the biggest banks in Canada by the way back in Montreal be more dated. You know sold that could hold five percent unless get hold the physical five percents that a sport somewhere before I couldn't care less about holding that just helped me that they hold more paper most likely, right? Okay. So tell me what happened this week it shot up why shot down wide they're all freaked out about something why what's going on? What's happening now is that we're back to cool won't Hillary again, older bankers have been talking about it for a while the return of wool, they call it. DIJK is low means you know the the the Well Index, which is basically a index that the pawn you'll helmet swings there and people are actually trading an index that are based upon the swings in the economy. So it just shows you. All these derivatives that are trading economy and are basically bethematch on like options or puts or anything that are not even as. ressemblance of anything real in the economy you know the the the financial facial, the economy on all fronts you know with the the share buyback that they'd been doing for the. In like since two thousand and eight told the corporation they basically had to prop up their shirts because nobody really wants to buy them. Now, of course, they managed to trick in the millennial population into these APPs trading after thirty. One of them is Robin Hood and end the Robin. Hood with a actually. They were actually great They were actually called in they had to pay ten million dollars to the the securities now because they were actually run for selling your data up to high frequency trading firm that then front and traded. What the the peasants were trading. About okay. Explain. Now, what is it called? Robin. Hood. Yeah Raw. Okay. Now, Robin Hood was some kind of a you know seven year olds in the baseman grandma could get on starting trading stocks or something right? Oh. Exactly. But it's funny holiday coly Cisse names like Robin Hood. They're basically doing the opposite well I. Guess There doubts about with Robin and really did stole from the taxpayer gave back to the People's my story. Yeah No but it's it's just hilarious. But anyway, this is what's happening is that you know these the APPs have been caught for. Collector. Okay now. I the. Robin Hood. Whatever they a sheriff of Nottingham is taking the money tax collector and he goes and robs and gives back to the people at the good version but this is. I won't understand Robin. Hood was an APP that you could use on your phone. That had how much I mean. They could actually trade stocks but you didn't have to be. Any validity of your age or I mean how did that were I didn't do it but I I heard that it was like kids were being able to trade stocks and it had enormous volume is going through that. One I heard kids You know that actually committed suicide because they lost a whole bunch of money and margin trading and all this stuff as well like I. think it was a seventeen year old by the way that this happened to and this was. A couple of months like when when the the quarantining started to really happening around them so they're shoeshine boy is this is like only gonNA shine boys trading stock. So they have depression. Here's your John Robin. Hood is Shoeshine Boys. So they're out there trading stock and then had this enormous volume and they had it front run. Now this front running is where you go to Goldman socks and you say, Hey, I wanna buy sell this while you're doing it, they use the Speed and power of the Internet and artificial intelligence whatever the hell and they go, and they will buy the stock at a lower price, sell it to your order at a higher price and get the prophet in Flash Trading. So the front running is okay you want to buy it boom. I just happened to have it right here that I just made money selling it to you. So they did it with this Robinson they get all these people doing this trade, they take that data, they give it to these other. Houses, banks, traders whatever, and they are front running every single trade. They're making money on just a trade because they're buying it lower selling it hired a nano moment of ripped you off. How far off I might look. No that's exactly what happens and and of course there, this is well known in the community. There's there's a book of their core, pull dark fools that I highly suggest that anybody should look up and try to read. It's it's a little bit harder needed very technical, but it actually talks about the start of the whole high-frequency trading scheme. You know back in the eighties and started This comes back to you know my my stronghold, my background because I'm telecom technician and you know in these documentaries and everything that I've seen about as trading it is all about you know how how fast can you trade what Internet connection you have you know you work on fiber worse areal thing me and.

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"cisse" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"cisse" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"See say five star prospect originally in the class two thousand twenty one, but now I'm class. Two Thousand Twenty announced this afternoon that he is committed to the University of Memphis. Pippen Hardaway's Tigers over offers from Georgetown Georgia. Florida State Lsu and Kentucky for those unfamiliar. I guess you can on some level. Call him a quote local product because he did spend the past year at Lausanne collegiate school, which is seven miles from the Memphis. MEMPHIS campus, but he's not really a local product. He was born in West. Africa moved to New York, in two thousand, fifteen played at Saint Benedict's prep in New Jersey played at Christ King in New York, then relocated a Memphis, the plate laws and this past season led the links to a state title, one Mr Basketball and the state of Tennessee average eighteen point, four points, fifteen point, three rebounds, and a ridiculous nine point two blocks per game, and now we have college basketball season. He says he'll play for the Memphis Tigers. norlander break it down. What do you make a penny? Hardaway lending a five star center in two straight recruiting classes last time. It was James Wiseman this time Mussa. Break it down Oh. Yeah, here's what I got a question for you I. Mean Here's here's was Gary Perez? Is tweet on Wednesday afternoon breaking all caps course. This was an all caps breaking the way I don't i. You know what expected to go to Memphis. I. Don't know if all caps was warranted there. Can you take me inside the thought process versus not in a? Regular grammar versus going all caps in that moment, please. Young Mussa say follows exactly ten people on twitter. I am one of them, and so I wanted to make sure he he saw how much emphasis I put on his commitment. How do I just know that two four six years from now if and when Lucy say is? Able to earn a consistent NBA paycheck, and perhaps it's even a player of of importance in the NBA. <hes> Gary Parrish will never ever ever forget or forget to remind people that there was one point in time and Mussa CCA followed ten people on twitter. And he was one of them. I honestly don't even understand it. Because like he used to follow a lot of people on twitter, I noticed and. One of them was not me, and then suddenly he cut almost everybody, but added me I don't really even know the connection there, but. I want I knew he'd see the tweet. And once I knew each the tweet I wanted to I wanted him to experience in all. Caps tweet obviously as as faithful podcast, listeners will know. Also one Moussa, see say. was tutored by your own son so I think. That might also be an influence. Parish working behind the scenes to get it done for Memphis. You've gotta admire actually ironically enough this happening in a week where parish is not on his local radio show. The conspiracy only strengthens. Okay, so here's what here's my question for you. <hes> you say the six eleven likely one and done talent averaged. Eighteen point four points, fifteen point, three rebounds and nine point two blocks last season pick memphis over Georgetown. Tom Kriens Georgia bulldogs Kentucky and Lsu. My question is. Who the hell is this guy planning? Nine point two blocks a game what? I have not I have. It's private school basketball in the state of Tennessee so? Took it over people who look like my oldest son in some cases like the blogging. What after another like I don't know I never been to a laws and basketball game and I've never even actually met. Say although it is true, my son and Mussa. Were classmates in my son to tutor him in in certain classes I. I don't even know if say knows that. My son is his classmate. He might, but I don't know that I've never I've never even had a real conversation about Mussa with my son. Other than so, what kind of young man is he and was like really nice? Really Really Nice guy like you know doesn't walk around like some big time. Basketball player I the only other times. I would talk to myself about Moses. Like Hey, did you see that dunk? That was on instagram last night or something like that? Because like fans are crazy, and at one point, the two schools involved in the Memphis in. RECRUITMENT MOST HEAVILY WE'RE MEMPHIS IN KENTUCKY and I'm like it doesn't matter what happens I. will somebody connected to one of those fan? Bases will blame me for it if HE GOES TO MEMPHIS, Kentucky fans it'd be because I pushed into Memphis somehow through my son, and if he goes to Kentucky Memphis fans, it'd be like <hes> see parish eight says all the modern salads like I'm not even getting involved. The only time my son had ever been asked about Mussa as recruitment. That I witnessed was one of my friends recently asked him when they were over at the house, and my son's answer was he always talked about? Georgetown but I don't think he's going to go to Georgetown and that was the extent of it. So he was right. Maybe my son's got a future and being a recruiting analyst, right?

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Moussa Cisse is going to Memphis

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

Moussa Cisse is going to Memphis

"See say five star prospect originally in the class two thousand twenty one, but now I'm class. Two Thousand Twenty announced this afternoon that he is committed to the University of Memphis. Pippen Hardaway's Tigers over offers from Georgetown Georgia. Florida State Lsu and Kentucky for those unfamiliar. I guess you can on some level. Call him a quote local product because he did spend the past year at Lausanne collegiate school, which is seven miles from the Memphis. MEMPHIS campus, but he's not really a local product. He was born in West. Africa moved to New York, in two thousand, fifteen played at Saint Benedict's prep in New Jersey played at Christ King in New York, then relocated a Memphis, the plate laws and this past season led the links to a state title, one Mr Basketball and the state of Tennessee average eighteen point, four points, fifteen point, three rebounds, and a ridiculous nine point two blocks per game, and now we have college basketball season. He says he'll play for the Memphis Tigers. norlander break it down. What do you make a penny? Hardaway lending a five star center in two straight recruiting classes last time. It was James Wiseman this time Mussa. Break it down Oh. Yeah, here's what I got a question for you I. Mean Here's here's was Gary Perez? Is tweet on Wednesday afternoon breaking all caps course. This was an all caps breaking the way I don't i. You know what expected to go to Memphis. I. Don't know if all caps was warranted there. Can you take me inside the thought process versus not in a? Regular grammar versus going all caps in that moment, please. Young Mussa say follows exactly ten people on twitter. I am one of them, and so I wanted to make sure he he saw how much emphasis I put on his commitment. How do I just know that two four six years from now if and when Lucy say is? Able to earn a consistent NBA paycheck, and perhaps it's even a player of of importance in the NBA. Gary Parrish will never ever ever forget or forget to remind people that there was one point in time and Mussa CCA followed ten people on twitter. And he was one of them. I honestly don't even understand it. Because like he used to follow a lot of people on twitter, I noticed and. One of them was not me, and then suddenly he cut almost everybody, but added me I don't really even know the connection there, but. I want I knew he'd see the tweet. And once I knew each the tweet I wanted to I wanted him to experience in all. Caps tweet obviously as as faithful podcast, listeners will know. Also one Moussa, see say. was tutored by your own son so I think. That might also be an influence. Parish working behind the scenes to get it done for Memphis. You've gotta admire actually ironically enough this happening in a week where parish is not on his local radio show. The conspiracy only strengthens. Okay, so here's what here's my question for you. you say the six eleven likely one and done talent averaged. Eighteen point four points, fifteen point, three rebounds and nine point two blocks last season pick memphis over Georgetown. Tom Kriens Georgia bulldogs Kentucky and Lsu. My question is. Who the hell is this guy planning? Nine point two blocks a game what? I have not I have. It's private school basketball in the state of Tennessee so? Took it over people who look like my oldest son in some cases like the blogging. What after another like I don't know I never been to a laws and basketball game and I've never even actually met. Say although it is true, my son and Mussa. Were classmates in my son to tutor him in in certain classes I. I don't even know if say knows that. My son is his classmate. He might, but I don't know that I've never I've never even had a real conversation about Mussa with my son. Other than so, what kind of young man is he and was like really nice? Really Really Nice guy like you know doesn't walk around like some big time. Basketball player I the only other times. I would talk to myself about Moses. Like Hey, did you see that dunk? That was on instagram last night or something like that? Because like fans are crazy, and at one point, the two schools involved in the Memphis in. RECRUITMENT MOST HEAVILY WE'RE MEMPHIS IN KENTUCKY and I'm like it doesn't matter what happens I. will somebody connected to one of those fan? Bases will blame me for it if HE GOES TO MEMPHIS, Kentucky fans it'd be because I pushed into Memphis somehow through my son, and if he goes to Kentucky Memphis fans, it'd be like see parish eight says all the modern salads like I'm not even getting involved. The only time my son had ever been asked about Mussa as recruitment. That I witnessed was one of my friends recently asked him when they were over at the house, and my son's answer was he always talked about? Georgetown but I don't think he's going to go to Georgetown and that was the extent of it. So he was right. Maybe my son's got a future and being a recruiting analyst, right?

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"cisse" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

13:02 min | 1 year ago

"cisse" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"So can you WANNA read not? That looks good. Might be hazardous even covet yet so I she can CEO ratty visual for the client. She can see the placement or the clients in the Salon. Conc- The placeman. I think that kind of sets it off sometimes. Isn't it. Snowballs that clients Raskin. What's Emma happen? Why mine have that. Why not been offered that so bringing it back to talk about all of these things to clients every time. Offer them something different so remove in a little bit away from just doing the mail. I'm with staffing off that little bear so by in a section of placement and we can create entrust and tax on this long hair for also think about you in time so some of the roots all the way through had already been applied so what we might find is actually this section. That still looks. More vivid might still be a little bit softer after development time purely because it hasn't been on long enough then simple if you wanna make something more vivid or vibrant put an unfair put yourself shades on second. Yeah keep it simple. And there's nothing to stop just China out these ideas. Is that having playing with ideas and we land from mistakes. Don't we if you make a mistake? Never going to do it again. Tested the waters who laws China. New IDEA hands most of you and safe if they go wrong. China new ideas. Yeah I mean. I'm very organized and very cautious. That's like my personality so I would always try on a swatch. We've got Elsa there so welcome. Elsa One L. SAT is loosely last model for us today and she can see from Alyssa's hair. She is lightened. She has got the money piece. Thank the laws. She's GonNa come back to us for route stone but what we can. No Cisse's specially through this area that haven't done on the side. Chat is gone quite warm. Shouldn't marijuana be warm? At the Manet journey were on the cool baby blunt. I feel like lots of clients are asking for baby. Blonde at the Min- on get back. They don't want violent. They don't want gray. Be One really Nice Baby. So Elsa is more of our color. Swat model what. We're going to talk about being our model so we've kind of said throughout the last model we want to be offering of services we also want to plan our client journey full of them. Almost you know let's preempts Wa trends are GonNa be comment. We know that everyone goes a little bit brighter and lighter and so by a little bit denser and Dark Romo vibrant in win tap so what we really want to talk about is in client journey together so that she knows when every time every appointment booked her in. She knows exactly what she's coming for. She knows what she's going to. And what we now as colorist is actually when we work with Pam Coulter. Now we've got this amazing product called color renew. Don't want US COLORADO. So we can remit as fast as we're putting not pigmentation one application. We can pretty much take it back our on the next visit so it's really easy to start to change that tone. Obviously be real realistic as to the canvas that you work on condition things like that if you WANNA go. Extreme tonal difference might not work as well but somethin' that is soft and Saul and I'm going to show you something that I've put together for Elsa to collage. Yeah you have pontoon explain so I'm going to show. Yeah I will explain it for listening lawlessness pick collages a really nice visual of talk to clients about collapse and especially about their journey. So I've put this together for Elsa so we know that for the next six months this is going to be else's co-pilot we're going to start off on a really. Nice Clean Baby Blonde converts them. Were going to start to move through to more of a rose gold than to some pink potentially than blues and PAPPA lls but it rarely gets our clients excited and clients love stuff like this feel like clients would pick swatch out of the SWATCH Balk and go. I want back but you know to get to that set and caller we use two or three over different colors that they don't even know about to get them to that and result so here is my shape. Palette for set for today we want to be more of just a a blonde so technical condensation. She's naturally light so it's a lot easier for us. She has had a previous. Bali are so what you can say is areas of lightness coming down throughout the hair. Light source the ends with that money at the from now. White Hair Shock. It's the one thing I think we can. Rayleigh get clients back. You know. Bali rally did shoot in the for a little bit and client and song back often. What will she also the demand yourself list? What you said. In your son'll are actually Manchester's Bellagio center. So we do a lot of Bellagio. But I disagree that it's killed the industry actually I. I think it's made people who wouldn't normally call the Hava Jin Ha. I think he's made people won't Coletta. We all want to be sexy. Sex sells and is no other way round and people see these beautiful. Victoria's secret models with they had and we can give it to them so but I think you have to be clever about okay. So they've had the Bellagio. We know that's GonNa need to in twice a year. Isn't it once every six months? Okay that tone is not going to stay the whole six months. So what we would do is then. No one's coming in for hacker every six weeks either. I think that's a different industry NAM. Now I think people will go in eight weeks less. They have rarely. Shaw Ha I do get clients who come in every three weeks. And why can't they have a half and a glossing service to keep? That ballet is looking. Its best all like Emma was saying top the money piece and then for them they think. Oh Gosh that's a lot cheaper than my belly ask. Yeah I could have that done three times inbetween Bellagio. You've then got them back in every eight weeks spending more than just a hacker price. They're actually spending more. Because you're topping the cola the public another treatment as well because the thing can I want to keep it look real good because you've promised that they can go to the next Bali ash? So I actually think if you clever with ballets and killing the industry it's it's actually winning those clients and of me. Color swap color swap. We aware that wasn't going to be completely on a color swap service. I personally hadn't heard of Cola swap surveys before I don't think it's a northern term that we've been used and it's basically taking your client. Una Journey with Cola that the not I've growth from so light the no strings attached with the toners and so on this slide. The at made that says increasing client frequency. This was something that we've already spoken about of how to get your clients coming back into the salon so that we can all be more productive. Earn more money. Keep them living that. Cola and also. Don't forget if that looks gray. How many people are going to ask them about the? They're gonNA them want to come to you whereas if it's faded in a few weeks and it's looking yellow and brass say before the next comeback into you in six months. No one's going to ask them on the in between time. Who's doing your colorful. And that's odd job to educate your clients. You need to come back to me in six weeks time so that I can keep your hair looking fantastic and so I've just pull on hair like plan. The journey follow them. Get them excited. We are having people because for Christmas. Radio were talking about how they want that Christmas. Ha How they want no Mahathir how they won as I mentioned before how half for a wet in how they want for the meeting ex-boyfriend and they wanted to look fabulous again. You know things like that. Yoda friend that therapists. They're convinced confident. That the one person that they probably tell everything to I'm we can make them feel great and I think as an industry. We're forget that we can make people feel beautiful again when to so many body shaming things. Now isn't run INSTAGRAM. So many both talks and fake. There's some fake that an actually it's working with your client and what's in front of you and given them the best that they can bay new. I keep here in the woman. Beautiful woman woman would have mentioned man. Does anybody alimentaire good. So so guys are have in. Cologne parties client frequency company. And what's your take on doing? Men's Hackler what we found was you need to find a niche so everybody seems to have a niche. What color clients have you not tapped into yet in your salon so we all know women of a certain? You're going to be cool and a half. We know that may be people in the twenties thirties. Aclu NAB BECAUSE THEY WANNA look the best thriving Bellagio. What haven't tapped into yet. So what we found in Manchester was we were having a low of Kurla had clients who found off felt that they didn't want collab- because the skagit damaging Nicole's what about a no strings attached color. You can glossed their hair so that it feels amazing because it's like the treatment but you give them the shine by which we all know love Kayla. Hydrogen China like normal her slightly coarser so tapping tacoma had clients topping head clients. Do you ever see when you've got gray? Heaven say they smoke and it's gone slightly yellow. Have you seen that? Say they've got some bits and some dock bit this no strings attached Cola. Something like an what. We've been using his like nine six five eight one and depending how documents that you would put more five eight one. And that's a beautiful. Smokey grey that would just clean out. Your grey client stopped him. Looking to wall makes us spa call and then people alike. Is that cooler? Is that your natural technically. It's not true it's just a more beautiful version of them and light. Don was saying before we found jen amazing to do this glossing service on because it slightly disguised. He's gray but they don't have to keep coming in. No one's going to know they've got the hat. Co-lead joist disguises. You could even just put it where the gray was the only thing I would say. Is You know a bit like how when you put Lipstick Com. It's full saturation. And if you were to pull a lip gloss on you can still slightly see what your lips like. That's what we find. The coverage is like with the gray so it just blends rather than fully kavas ball. I would say tap into the clients that you have. That don't yet have cola and that's a really great one that we've found nothing mass quantity Putin on with guys head. Because let's bill blogs hair colors. They look Lego head stunning in that jet black colored hair. And we've got to be a bit more creative. Guess and talking to guys in a language they can understand. And how'd you talk to Fella? About Heck. I think I don't know if you find it with Eugen clients but they're very loyal and the more frequent than women. So yeah so.

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"cisse" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"cisse" Discussed on KTOK

"Had a shop dot foxnews dot com to receive twenty percent off all orders now through December third happy holidays from fox news channel suggested U. S. is not stopping China from stealing research the report from the Senate's permanent subcommittee on investigations as the F. B. I.'s should be more effective and consistent in warning US universities about the threat of Chinese economic and industrial espionage and says agencies that award research grants will provide visas for scientists don't do enough to monitor track them the report finds billions of dollars in taxpayer funded research has contributed to China's global rise in the last twenty years the state of California is suing the nation's most popular E. cigarette maker California Attorney General have your Bassir Cisse jul broke the law by targeting young people through advertising and not warning people about the risks from chemicals he says they also failed to conduct proper age verification for purchase and violated the privacy rights of miners one in every four high school students is using E. cigarettes but Jo band fruit flavors last month and the popular mint flavor this month LA county district attorney Jackie Lacey said it was not fast enough it was only after we had our sights on on that they're like all will will correct oops our bad will correct it well that was just too late jul is also being investigated by northern California prosecutors and the F. T. C. an FDA are looking into their marketing practices Jessica Rosenthal fox news president trump may be walking back the idea of banning most flavor E. cigarettes to White House and campaign officials tell the A. P. the president has grown reluctant to move forward over concerns it could alienate some voters Seattle children's hospital says it believes a mold outbreak that sick in seven patients one fatally since the summer of twenty eighteen is going to mold related infections dating back nearly two decades most operating rooms have been closed since November tenth when air cast detected the mold and the hospital's chief executive says they will remain closed through it least January I'm Lisa Sarah this is fox news one of my favorite places to visit in.

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"cisse" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"cisse" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"I think what I like that that was great yeah I'll know that what that was suspicious rings and you know I'm all about a sister strings right now it's a Milwaukee group do you know it's just a string I see you I love that they'll be be here October twenty fifth so come yeah carpool with them I'm all over Cisse's strings wonderful do Monique and Shanti Ross and that was their rendition of a lift every voice which most no no that's like the black national anthem you know no one would kneel if they play that song at the beginning of some American football game absolutely folks this is her infinite variety well we celebrate women in music culture nice Emily ring that bell for me please I we've got an online plays gonna first online plans yeah so Kristin thank you so much for your generous donation this is for Cooper and have beautiful I show and beautiful voice thank you Carol that's that's again the I love that thank you so much I did wake up with a tickle in my throat but thanks to Jay where her recall lad dual action the last sentence like that I'm back I'm back but thank you for that generous donation you are listening can pledge online for sure and Sam go to ward F. M. dot org and and pledge of love and support for listener sponsored radio it's it's.

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"cisse" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"cisse" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Not at water police arrest a man for allegedly stabbing his father officers responded to the seven hundred block of Nicholas court just before eight thirty last night they discover a seventy year old man near the street who had been stabbed his upper body officers found twenty nine year old Justin Downey the victim's son inside of the home covered in blood they recover the knife allegedly used in the attack Downey was booked into the Merced county jail on suspicion of attempted murder his father flown to a Modesto hospital with life threatening injuries the motive still under investigation the EPA says California falling short on preventing water pollution mainly because of its problem with homelessness in cities such as LA and San Francisco the complaints were outlined today in a letter to governor Gavin Newsom demanding a detailed plan to fix the problems within thirty days letter escalating a feud between the trump administration in California on a number of issues including new roles to weaken the federal Endangered Species Act state Attorney General hobby Bassir Cisse aloft lawsuit filed in the bay area federal court seeks to continue protections for the more than three hundred species here in California we are taking legal action against the trump administration to protect the Endangered Species Act and the plants and the animals that depend on it because the future health of our planet depends on all those creatures we don't challenge these actions because we want to pick a fight with challenges actions because it is necessary doubt California's join sixteen other states in a lawsuit to block the new federal rules which are set to take effect today and would allow officials to consider the price tag of saving a species over to Wall Street the Dow is currently down eleven points twelve thirty one.

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"cisse" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"cisse" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Around say so they keep hearing it over and over Nord same day when we were doing the <hes> pirateswithoutborders the six letter and it's about just involuntary servitude and kind of you know and it has a big thing on Fiji fully informed jury stuff and Michael. Hey Man I got my grand. Jury summoned kind of thing going go get some you know not going all right aren't vegas as well as Arizona that criminal defense attorney gets up there and he just screw them up and didn't get any indictment I go yeah. I remember this and this is a perfect example of what segues into what we're talking about general public opinion okay. I'm looking at general public opinion. What happens is that you got an issue will spark imagination of and you'll get down on whatever people involved they understand what's up and and one of the things that we did a newspaper back in the day and it was called Cisse's taken initiative and we would do like a bunch of initiatives we had like thirty six and and it was on the second legislature convenes and then they all a bunch of them became legislation? That's that's how we got. Unrestricted concealed carry here in Arizona Italian. The legalize marijuana was vote that one in ninety seven you know that did it and then let's change and it went back and forth so we know the power of of people just getting spark and inspiration about things that Mike is doing one of those things because at Oklahoma they had something it was a citizen's petition for a citizens convened grand jury if you've got five or ten thousand signatures or something like that then all of a sudden what it was there was university coach that was mandating that you had to buy your athletic wear from his company and some of the students got pissed off because they're overcharging just being the Oh really we want a grand jury on this. They got the petition signatures up to university and then it convened a grand jury and you know he got in trouble so I'm going really so we did this. One initiative and people just jumped all over this thing you you mean we can combine our own grand jury on these issues and get petitio hail. Yeah we got a whole bunch of people need grand. Jury is all right so now as time goes on and this all of a sudden you'll younger guy older guy has an opportunity gets on the grand jury whatever and they remember this stuff and they start they get educated about fully informed jury staffer Grand Juries or what the power is all of a sudden they get an opportunity and stuff happens. It's general public opinion. That's where the changes well now. We got a free state project. Legislator in New Hampshire got called for the grand jury what might happen what might happen Mike. I I might get thrown off quicker than I get on it but I I do the <hes> the regular <hes> future thing <hes> pretty much on a every other week basis with another friend <hes> in in Belknap county here so <hes> we stand outside their and <hes> usually right behind me is the the office <hes> the county attorney and of course. I know him reasonably well so it's interesting especially in a in a small county you know you'll have people that come to do jury duty that you know and and you stop say hi and in some most people were were very well received. We've got a flyer that specific for New Hampshire and in fact has a quote from one of the the court one of the judges from this particular court <hes> speaking to the authority of the jury to nullify a bad law so we actually even had it put into statute yeah. I thought I was GONNA ask about. Didn't you guys have some kind of passage of featured. Go kick much stuff yeah yeah we we got it put into the <hes> into the statute but then you get different courts saying well you know you don't WanNa be all that free. Do you really and we say yes we you do and they they. They say I forget how they they work their way around it. Yes <hes> the defendant can make his his case on vacation but the judge is not required urge to instruct the jury as such legislation say the jury instructions include that or just a defense attorney can so currently the defense attorney has the Authority authority to do it but we've tried to put into the statute that the jury the Judge Must Instructs can let me tell you well. We're Stephon Stephan outside of our authority. You can't you get you don't have the power to be telling judges what to do. You're just the legislature this is this is what happened here in Arizona would that news one of the issues was Egypt fully informed jury now who I just went to visit Rick Thompkins in North Carolina was the state chair the Libertarian Party in national spokesperson of Fisia Fiji Dot Org now Fisia when Larry Dodge I think was head of it. Now you would just ask route and went to Costa Rica I think and so what happened was this there was a state legislator a senator that introduced it and it passed the State Senate here ninety six round there ninety five ninety six it had the support some prominent Republicans and people that you know had experiences themselves rich guys give a bunch of money to Republicans and their case was nullified by jury and they wouldn't have gone on to have a life it'd been in jail and whatever you know and had had all this money for the Republican Party had a jury not nullified. Whatever Knicks became a thing show it passed the Senate while that was going on the house is going? Oh Yeah we bring it on over the past. No now just one of those things it became such a big deal that it got to where we kept hammering and hammering yes. It is a thank. The jury does have this power. The jury does this power and we finally got the Supreme Court. They didn't official. This is our thing on fully informed jury. This is how it all worked out after years of being a pain in the ass and they go yes we acknowledge that the jury has the power to nullify these laws and say not guilty any and everything whatever but we have no obligation to tell them and I go okay so they acknowledged. Did they go. We sure as hell ain't telling them and the government is going to hell. No we bringing that in when they had the jury selection for Morpheus on the bitcoin thing here just a slash year they had people coming into judge he was. He's like he really kept hammering on this. This Fiji thing you will do as I say and how and all that and there was a defense attorney that was one of the jury members that got called and there was a private conversation in front of everybody that the judge going to him now now now. If you get selected for jury you're not going to be talking about US Mitch and in jury without saying it in a lawyer. I don't think even knew he's like what the hell are you talking about. You know all of us out here new. We're going and I'm like. Are you freaking kidding. See me. They're saying you may have this but you better not be telling anybody else on the jury about this. That's what he was saying so I'm going Oh and he said because of your oath member of the officer the court threatening his barge what he was doing chom going wow. It's that bad so we've got acknowledgement. Yes the State of Arizona knows that you got this power but they sure as hell ain't going to tell you about it now. In New Hampshire they pass legislation and a law that <music> gave codified this and it was a big deal years ago when they did this and we're.

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"cisse" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"cisse" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Around say so they keep hearing it over and over Nord same day when we were doing the <hes> pirateswithoutborders the six letter and it's about just involuntary servitude and kind of you know and it has a big thing on Fiji fully informed jury stuff and Michael. Hey Man I got my grand. Jury summoned kind of thing going go get some you know not going all right aren't vegas as well as Arizona that criminal defense attorney gets up there and he just screw them up and didn't get any indictment I go yeah. I remember this and this is a perfect example of what segues into what we're talking about general public opinion okay. I'm looking at general public opinion. What happens is that you got an issue will spark imagination of and you'll get down on whatever people involved they understand what's up and and one of the things that we did a newspaper back in the day and it was called Cisse's taken initiative and we would do like a bunch of initiatives we had like thirty six and and it was on the second legislature convenes and then they all a bunch of them became legislation? That's that's how we got. Unrestricted concealed carry here in Arizona Italian. The legalize marijuana was vote that one in ninety seven you know that did it and then let's change and it went back and forth so we know the power of of people just getting spark and inspiration about things that Mike is doing one of those things because at Oklahoma they had something it was a citizen's petition for a citizens convened grand jury if you've got five or ten thousand signatures or something like that then all of a sudden what it was there was university coach that was mandating that you had to buy your athletic wear from his company and some of the students got pissed off because they're overcharging just being the Oh really we want a grand jury on this. They got the petition signatures up to university and then it convened a grand jury and you know he got in trouble so I'm going really so we did this. One initiative and people just jumped all over this thing you you mean we can combine our own grand jury on these issues and get petitio hail. Yeah we got a whole bunch of people need grand. Jury is all right so now as time goes on and this all of a sudden you'll younger guy older guy has an opportunity gets on the grand jury whatever and they remember this stuff and they start they get educated about fully informed jury staffer Grand Juries or what the power is all of a sudden they get an opportunity and stuff happens. It's general public opinion. That's where the changes well now. We got a free state project. Legislator in New Hampshire got called for the grand jury what might happen what might happen Mike. I I might get thrown off quicker than I get on it but I I do the <hes> the regular <hes> future thing <hes> pretty much on a every other week basis with another friend <hes> in in Belknap county here so <hes> we stand outside their and <hes> usually right behind me is the the office <hes> the county attorney and of course. I know him reasonably well so it's interesting especially in a in a small county you know you'll have people that come to do jury duty that you know and and you stop say hi and in some most people were were very well received. We've got a flyer that specific for New Hampshire and in fact has a quote from one of the the court one of the judges from this particular court <hes> speaking to the authority of the jury to nullify a bad law so we actually even had it put into statute yeah. I thought I was GONNA ask about. Didn't you guys have some kind of passage of featured. Go kick much stuff yeah yeah we we got it put into the <hes> into the statute but then you get different courts saying well you know you don't WanNa be all that free. Do you really and we say yes we you do and they they. They say I forget how they they work their way around it. Yes <hes> the defendant can make his his case on vacation but the judge is not required urge to instruct the jury as such legislation say the jury instructions include that or just a defense attorney can so currently the defense attorney has the Authority authority to do it but we've tried to put into the statute that the jury the Judge Must Instructs can let me tell you well. We're Stephon Stephan outside of our authority. You can't you get you don't have the power to be telling judges what to do. You're just the legislature this is this is what happened here in Arizona would that news one of the issues was Egypt fully informed jury now who I just went to visit Rick Thompkins in North Carolina was the state chair the Libertarian Party in national spokesperson of Fisia Fiji Dot Org now Fisia when Larry Dodge I think was head of it. Now you would just ask route and went to Costa Rica I think and so what happened was this there was a state legislator a senator that introduced it and it passed the State Senate here ninety six round there ninety five ninety six it had the support some prominent Republicans and people that you know had experiences themselves rich guys give a bunch of money to Republicans and their case was nullified by jury and they wouldn't have gone on to have a life it'd been in jail and whatever you know and had had all this money for the Republican Party had a jury not nullified. Whatever Knicks became a thing show it passed the Senate while that was going on the house is going? Oh Yeah we bring it on over the past. No now just one of those things it became such a big deal that it got to where we kept hammering and hammering yes. It is a thank. The jury does have this power. The jury does this power and we finally got the Supreme Court. They didn't official. This is our thing on fully informed jury. This is how it all worked out after years of being a pain in the ass and they go yes we acknowledge that the jury has the power to nullify these laws and say not guilty any and everything whatever but we have no obligation to tell them and I go okay so they acknowledged. Did they go. We sure as hell ain't telling them and the government is going to hell. No we bringing that in when they had the jury selection for Morpheus on the bitcoin thing here just a slash year they had people coming into judge he was. He's like he really kept hammering on this. This Fiji thing you will do as I say and how and all that and there was a defense attorney that was one of the jury members that got called and there was a private conversation in front of everybody that the judge going to him now now now. If you get selected for jury you're not going to be talking about US Mitch and in jury without saying it in a lawyer. I don't think even knew he's like what the hell are you talking about. You know all of us out here new. We're going and I'm like. Are you freaking kidding. See me. They're saying you may have this but you better not be telling anybody else on the jury about this. That's what he was saying so I'm going Oh and he said because of your oath member of the officer the court threatening his barge what he was doing chom going wow. It's that bad so we've got acknowledgement. Yes the State of Arizona knows that you got this power but they sure as hell ain't going to tell you about it now. In New Hampshire they pass legislation and a law that <music> gave codified this and it was a big deal years ago when they did this and we're.

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"cisse" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"cisse" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"All right, man. What do you what do you guys are never mind? And so two major Newton named you're always standing man, who we respectfully refer to as a noon, a wonderful man, and we've enjoyed him immensely, but his idea was do how do we keep people arms week? The peeping Tom, which we shortened down to Cisse's gleese, basically, the peop-, Tom or the PT. How do we keep PT's from from visual invasion? And that is a keep the p the p p p p p p. Hi, jay. It's muggy gray the mantle you fall with that grocer. We're not gonna fight the battles. All we know am. I'm big fan Margaret, the peop- Tom as you call him the PT. This is actually an invasion of women's privacy. Isn't it? No, ma'am. Explain this. Somebody had to show women how spos- they was. And nobody was doing it. Women were as being victimized by peep TOMS for, for, for just, you know, decades, and especially in the south bay neighbor. We patrol there there. There's guys peeping TOMS going through the neighborhood and going. Yeah. Yeah. Getting jobs off, and we had one after the Tom's, you know, crawling up to better window down come to pants, you know. Yeah. Are however man, we don't need the sound effects doing anyway. Okay. We've already just dealt with this whole screw enough of mayonnaise jar. I want the regular show. I know nothing about, you know, I heard that whole. And I knew full well what man? But I said nothing. I did not reference it. I absolutely knew your show. You said, you knew how is it that most of the guys on the show me? But. Come on, man. What about you Robert new? How about you general? What that's not the point the point. We're making here it. I wanna know. Did you know that loosening the too tight lid Joe remain? As yes technically I knew that meant in, you know, eight anal anal Aengus. Yes. All right. See phil. I knew that you what would you guys the negative big deal out of this? I wasn't making a big deal. You're but I was a big deal because this guy should not have been talking that way to MS grey making these sumptious that he made. That's the whole point. He thought that I was cheated on Frank with the whole taking the lid off of that would have been the only as if that was the only way I'm not gonna cheat on Frank if I were to cheat on Frank probably go to that. Oh for Christ's sake. God, what's your story logging? I I don't wanna hear anymore. Okay. Just never mind. I'm just saying they're more. I got it. So Jay, I'm just, you know, you got you're talking to me, and you're talking about taking a lid off, you know. Yeah, I, I got a real problem. You're the guy told right now, I would rather that you've not engage in that kind of description. Okay, fine. So you're saying that guy's call into these neighborhoods there, but they're not only is looking into window then day are performing act about her Beijing, and this needed to stop. Yeah. I mean, don't you think yes, I know agree. But I'm just wondering how you guys the, the thinking process of major Newton was that it had to stop ankle major Newton gathering one day and gathered in this room. We also his living room, which is where he keeps his his dog. Benny, who is down your and he? And his wife and he used a wash TV as wife pants on low, these many years ago, but he washes TV in there and gave us our instruction to go out and to get this videotape to bring it back to him. How do we know this major Elvis Newton getting his jollies? I answered I question every time on what you guys know you don't know you that. You don't really J. I mean, we don't really ask it. Well in my mind, I always engine. I'll I'll answer in. Iwo suspect major Elvis Newton. From looking those videotapes. And to JR off those videotapes before. You know, in a full JR see what is JR J that assist? Please for joy Reid. They're going to look at those videotapes joy right to full JRC, which is joy completion. What does that mean? Man..

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"cisse" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"cisse" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Right. So the Wall Street Journal reports some things changed over time in terms of habits and how we use things. You know, the doorbell. Nobody's pushing it anymore. Very few people are actually ringing doorbells. Even if they even if you have one, I know a lot of people know, like the video doorbells to they've put cameras and things that as a place to keep his security, I almost going on around their house. But this Wall Street Journal says that smartphone carrying millennials and jen's ears that is, you know, people in our thirties or below, basically are so used to texting upon arrival that they don't that the sound of a ringing doorbell freaks them out. Quote, it's terrifying says the headline ear protection for them as well as wrapping them in bubble wrap. Now they need ear protection because they're terrified by the sound of ringing doorbell. I know dogs that are terrified by the sound of ringing doorbell. Tiffany's jong. Twenty tiffany. Twenty years old is the founder of zebra intelligence helps companies conduct custom research, and gather insights on people born in the past two decades. That seems like a really complicated way of saying, I'm twenty I know stuff twenty year olds know, is it really complicated how much how much research says you have to do. They're afraid of everything helps companies conduct custom research, and gather insights on people born in the past two decades. She's brilliant. Tiffany is Berlin. Low you look, Marco, I don't want to impugn her, but her capabilities, although this is this, this, quote, kind of impugns it. She says doorbells are just so sudden it's terrifying. Let me tell you Tiffany, if it were not for this gig. I know I'm sorry if your name Tiffany, but with the name Tiffany, I'm sorry. You are one job loss away from swinging around a pole. Okay. Tiffany's. She doesn't deserve that most people think of when they think of the name, Tiffany, just be careful when you choose your kid's name. But luckily, Tiffany has wandered into this and terrifying doorbells. Can I can I give you a word of caution? You may want to like put everything back right into the I know because of the president's daughter Trump because her last name's Trump it against everything that goes along with Tiffany. Oh, I see him. Trump's gonna poll that is some airtight logic. Thank you. Okay. All right. Coming a mile away redeemed. No, you didn't. A couple of hundred feet away. All right. So we've got the doorbell the doorbell problem, I this, this is strange to me that people are freaking out about doorbells. Shocking it up to like that. Like things have changed like etiquette has changed when it comes to doorbells like people should ring the doorbell why aren't they doing? Isn't a text message much more polite like to just like indicates the one person in the house that you're actually trying to meet, like I'm outside and they and they know there's no there's no curiosity of whether the doorbell sound reaches them. You're waking up the whole house. You're just telling the one person you want to say I'm here for most adults unless you have an infant in which case you put a sign on the door. This don't ring the doorbell because they'd be sleeping most. Adults have jobs aren't sleeping at two o'clock in the afternoon. So that negates the don't wanna wake up the whole house thing. Now that I know that this terrifies people under the age of what forty I'm ringing every doorbell. I know people in the house under the age of forty you know, you guys got a tough enough. What are you going to do in bombs start falling? If you think that the sound of doorbell terrifying, where are you going to be, when the farm starts, right? Gonna be useless. I we're gonna world doomed. Are you a bell ringer, or a door? Rapper with there's a doorbell rang the doorbell for I I'm door knocker. I when I get to the war because not everyone's doorbell is wired correctly, or they, or they don't they don't use it enough. And you're not sure if it actually goes off I just bang on the door. That's fine too. Door knocker. But again now that I know that this is an achilles heel for young people on exploiting. It are there, jen's ears who don't understand or knockers, probably, I'm sure they'd be funneled by the entire thing, a very, very low regard for this. Tell me a story about an entire generation. That is terrified by the sound of a bell. It's a little anecdotal. I think the Wall Street Journal's going fake news on this. I mean, people know what doorbells are, but they're terrified because of the sudden isn't even says your Tiffany says it's because in a poll used by Twitter user earlier this month that got more than eleven thousand votes. Fifty four percent of respondents said doorbells are scary weird, but if one of the responses doorbells are scary? Weird people are picking it as a novelty. Tiffany says doorbells are just so sudden it's terrifying. Sudden, sudden Cisse's sudden it's you know what doorbells are annoying. Which I used to like it's the ones that play that song. Now I've got a different one. It head in my head. I think you just throw it off. Down. I don't forget it now. I didn't know you were gonna sing it. I'm sorry. Ding, ding dainty, whatever we're going for the same thing. Okay. We're going for the same one every doorbell in the seventies and eighties had that tone. Like why do I need an entire song, like it just keeps going? Okay. Just stop just gotta keep going when she come out of your shock from actually hearing, a sudden bell and you and you become shocked a little PTSD may kick in there. And so you need you need to continue. So you realize it's just the doorbell are we at the point where you could do like custom like have little John's yell. Yeah. Like like seventy yeah. Just like when you hit the doorbell, I'm, I'm sure vailable but technology has to be there just a good. Yeah. We need something comforting from Elenio could just say, it's okay. It's just someone at the door, Honey. Yes. Rice, calm, soothing voice, it just starts. Hey, I'm really sorry. I didn't text but there's somebody at the door and it's friendly. You don't have to worry afraid, never fear. Just go to the door if you want, check the camera, I make sure they're okay, we're doing. You're listening to the best of mornings on the mall. Five to nine Monday through Friday, only.

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"cisse" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

Box of Neutrals

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"cisse" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

"Let Dan focus on the driving next year. He signature is unlikely to change. One thing is rice was hostile for briefly. People of course of seeing the Netflix documentary. Remember Lhasa start and grow. I look like lankershim to quite a phrase. This year remain Grosjean again feld again by pitstop related. We'll issue. Yes. Although it's on I made sure it was definitely on. So they were on the opposite side of delight pits up because at least the the nut was on. Eventually the problem was I tried to hard turns out. They Brackley broke the nuts. They broke this thread because trying so hard to get that we'll on and then mechanically collapse. Why lost it so many laps off to the pitstop? But what are the odds? What are the odds that the exactly the same wheel in almost exactly the same situation felt Haas against the coast? Yeah. Lightning striking twice on lucky. But three times the who did you knowing apostle exactly couldn't the Stein just discovered has to as in his name that wins Gwynne Steiner. Oh, yeah. Doesn't have doesn't have a numerous home. It does. Actually. That's why people started. Anyway, it's a complete side point. But any. Noted something I noticed discount pre. Finally, I do want to touch on this because it actually delivered. A Pete of intrigue was into the rice the battle for foster slap you for the season for the first time since the fifties or whenever it was knew that the foster slap in the the foster slap. If it is set by someone in the top ten will be awarded one bonus point, and all of the drive was sort of indifferent about it before the rice. But when we sort of ten laps when the author was more or less. Sit drive really started having a crack Ford and Veltri Batas came over the radio and really said a won't be tell me that I can sit these lap and even the crowd we're getting around. I was walking behind the grandstand in the final three laps of the rice. And I think that's when balta Cisse's these massive cheer -rupt when he set the fastest lap. Because that's the beat of you You know. know, because typically the end of a grand prix is not that exciting. Normally the finishing order is decided in the last ten latte. Sometimes you get a great rice chicken flag. But it's it's not that common. So to have these thing because I only really start thinking about the end anyway because of the why the ties are bit hotter. This the lost long, obviously. 'cause light at the end of the rice because no refueling it does mean they tend to be not zone where the foster slap can be sit. And we had this. We'd battle with Veltri Bosson max for step and took it off him. And he got a back in the friars wanted to try and do it. And I was skeptical about these fastest lap point my thought actually deleted really well in this rights, if you think about it too. It's actually quite a brave thing to do because Valerie tests has a massive laid to that point. If he because you just imagine, and this will happen, Mok my woods. This will happen at some point in time. While we have this bonus fosters latte point because someone will have a whirlwind blaze, and then to choice that solitary points that will have. Most clumsy est of Arezzo accidents choices that points, and it could ruin the entire rice for that drive up. Mock it will happen. I it'll be it'll be hilarious, and brilliant. Well, this is a total will sit after the Rice's that. He didn't want drivers to go for it. If they're in the top three because it wasn't worth the risk of the twenty five eighteen fifteen points. And then he reckons he's engineers and he's drivers conspired against him to sit. What has always known a role at that point?.

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"cisse" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

12:59 min | 2 years ago

"cisse" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"We have learned about God since you been saved and all the dead. You've had some experience now. We book agenda show you how experiences so important with God. One to the sisters said that I learned by experience. That's how earned over here. You don't earn pie. Cute. You keep this you won't or whatever. I'm not saying that some some some people did learn script, but I'm just saying that. That's not the epitome of what this is all about. This is a way we're in the body of Christ. We we are. It'd be. Kingdom already. But what we have to do is to make sure that we. That way, this is this is the spiritual side where we get over there. And the spiritual side remains what it was down here or greater. We can always do better look into just how we always do. We always do better. So how can we can always do better because nobody is like Jesus, and nobody will be like Jesus that is the optimum goal that we are too. Look to Jesus that's who we're looking to. And we're we're in a position that we want to be in to let him be our example, looking to Jesus the author and the finisher of our faith, God is the one that originated all of this. And at the same time, it was it came into existence in the person of Jesus Christ. And the reason why I came into the through Jesus Christ the person of Jesus Christ which was God don't take away from Jesus because he has a son ship title the difference between him and uh. This is evidently you and I we're sons of God. But we're no Jesus Canadian. Jesus. Yeah. All of our all of our existence here at this world. Anderson hot. Nobody is going to be equal to what Jesus arrived at because God blessed Christ the spirit that is in us. It's a Monday. Spirit and of itself is not going to coordinate with God, it has to be promoted by you. Let's be promoted by you. And so this is why none of us can be Christ. Jesus. So God calms himself. There was no other person that he could use a looked. And there was no, man. Or the person that could be used. So route to them to read the whole thing. Go down the cost. That's the beauty of God. Yeah. He's the one that did all this. And he did it because he wanted to interact with other people, but God can interact with other people that don't have the nature that he has s why a lot of our free relatives. Whoever workers the kinda shy away from people that have got in there. And as demonstrating. Demonstrated. I'll tell you sometimes some sometimes sometimes you're nice persons get to deepen still that's where that's where the blessing. Yes. How much we can be like the image which was God himself. Nobody else to say. What is God one? He came and demonstrated when you talked about the person of Christ Jesus you're talking about the spirit of God Christ Jesus is the humid- the now shalt call his name Jesus for he chose say. There you go back to God. Yeah. Yeah, why? Because God is doing it in humanity. And so there's nobody that were put on a pair of shoes that can be equal to the image of Christ. Jesus. We're all going on onto you have to read your bible for goodness sake. Yeah. Going on to something. You haven't arrived yet. Bible. Lynch's know that when a person dies. Cisse's son. He died. They're not dealing with the aftermath or anything like that. But I'm just speaking about living know that they shall die. Everybody knows that. Not only have to prepare. Those that are family, friends or. Enemies neighbors, whoever you have to let people know that they have a change. They must make if they want to live forever. In the kingdom of God. You have to do that though Senate here to it. There's no there's no big is little us. No, no specialties and all of that those e and obey. They're going to be judged by God and leave the judgement to God. 'cause you know, what you're talking about people take good what she was doing for good and tried to make to worship evil out of it. I'm I'm shocked. I really am. Really? And. And others were deeper farther away, but they listened to somebody that wasn't quite as far. It has they thought they was getting the truth and all that kind of stuff. You can't do that. That's right. God gives you a pastor. And all pastors are not good passers people made themselves pastors. They just might be up here. Like like, I am right now. This is about I have to give an answer. Some day. I have to answer for. Rulership got has to record. Go body. No angel. Don't nobody else going to help? You got has to record already. The book of light, and those names ASI searches it and so forth just he'd goals, but just to search it to give a demonstration a writer ruled those whose name is not found in the book is going to. Their names are going to be taken out of the book and s deaths as much danger in that as a person that was save at one point and it turned around and he got the name book. Yeah. That's ridiculous. That's ridiculous that that's what happens when people that the left the envy, come in and see them and make them think that they're more than they are listening to me help somebody out here today. The with the. Interesting concern, God has to see that his church now is built upon the earth is built into earth. I should say, but it's built on the rock and the rockets that name Jesus Christ. That's the name that God chills. When he came in the person of Jesus Christ. Yeah. When he came in the person of Jesus Christ had to here, he came into human species body like you and I are sitting in right now. And he would do that. If it wasn't necessary. But watch this he did it because by man by me and kind man. We failed whole thing fell into the hands of Satan. Turkish into CNN against God. There's no old body born in this world. They could could've taken that place. Got took himself as it's easy. But you have to get you have to get a bible connection. You can't get. What Johnny on the job that I work with he says, so so Johnny. Even saints. Don't know what they're talking about out of time. So it's cost. First bapti doesn't mean anything they say, they know what they tell you have to study the word and you have to come in receive the word. So did you know how to appropriate were? Devil. He doesn't. He doesn't quit. He he he. Yeah. We did all we could for his son there. Yeah. Yeah. We we we got to make sure that we hold on to the end we have to make sure we hold on and fight to the end. We have to be ready at the end. Yeah. When Jesus comes back for those that are in the church. He's only coming back for those. That are ready those that were ready. I said Matthew twenty five. Yeah. The ten virgins those that were ready. They went in. Trouble going in. That's what we came for. Yeah. I want to be one of those that you've come to bear for don't you? Yeah. I don't see anything is important. Not even close to being the caliber BBN ready when the Lord calm. Some seventy years in that range somewhere. Save me. Some of these years ago. Yeah. So many data my mind could be this vicinity. I tell you that much. Yeah. And. Yes. I liked to have company, and I like to do this and not I like to travel I like to do this. And most things I really liked to do naturally. The Lord is already given to me. Yeah. You really have. I have a resume that a whole lot of folks don't have. And I have experiences at a whole lot of folk. Don't. I'm not talking about anybody else's. I know everybody experiences. No like that. I'm not talking about that. And so tend to hurt his people here things. Thanks. They talk about me. You're not now, Abe. Yeah. I'll just tell you my experiences, and I have the right to tell them you can't tell him 'cause you don't know. Been good to be. God has been good to. I could not. It's been good to me. Sent me some rough and tough places their cost. You have to. Determined. Some of the places where God has led me to go in preach and teach. Yashpal? Some. Some churches, and I was in one Davison they had. They had seventy pastors bow years you could keep kicking preaches out. Got pay tie. Gotta come to Sundays. Come to Sunday school. Day to sleep in. What about Saturday you'll get up and get you'll get up on Saturday to go and work for Charlie? And we'll get up. What.

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"cisse" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"cisse" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"This man was it was in December, and it was snowy and very very cold sunny. This man was sending next men reception had been sent to go get Cisse's for Christmas thing. And then this man was sitting next to me, and he was asking the receptionist for towel. And I just like looked at him. What what? And then he looked at me. And he said I'm going to go and take a swim in the pool. You wanna come the house like it's the somber? And he was again. It's just. Yeah. And is like, no, I absolutely will not do that. And I was like rolling my eyes. Like what the fuck is free doing. Yeah. I gave last one players such an attitude. L good like freak. And then later opened at home. I opened a cupboard and my mom, so huge fan of associated pictures of him inside. And I was like. That man asked me to swim with him today. Swim with him. He's. Yeah. You say slowly ice take all the ice. But that's it, isn't it. I mean, there's some like I did those two at my my current acting agent. I'm done any acting. What ages, but she just keeps me on his books because she's lovely. She asked me a very interesting thing when we first met she said, I need to know what work you want to do. I need to know. What work you do when you need the money? And I need to know what work you won't do under any circumstances. And I said, I love you, please be my agent forever. Just so it's that thing, isn't it. It's arbitrary lines that we draw and we end up in these situations where we. Fifty nine per. Thank you very much. But do you think when you set it wasn't the best part of you? I don't think that's us the -sarily true. I think that's amazing that you get that. I think what would have been amazing and would have actually made some lasting change. Instead of just making me feel better would have been to go in there and say this woman has just come out and said you asked her to sing something in Indian. Do you understand why you are such dick heads for doing that? See them know why there's no point of shouting at people and running off that only. What is the point of that? I think the point is that you're not. Like going in there and just comedy explaining. I don't know. I just feel like I could have been rude to them as I couldn't go. Tickets. At least let them know. I see what you mean free love that. You was so not what you were meant to be like negative meant to be common night. Excuse me, sir. I was just wondering if perhaps you knew that by any chance he has a book that I bought for you about. No. I would just like fuck you. I guess that's the whole discussion about violence, and non violence, and aggression and nonaggression and like I think we need both. Yes, we need someone to calmly explained to them off. Yes. Why punched you fell down? I think. Yeah. New. You're absolutely right. I think it's on a continuum, isn't it? It's like, what is the what is the level of acceptable violence, and what is the level of acceptable? Like this in my new show onto the skits. I'm talking about this fact that we're all some kind of biscuit, we're just trying to be more biscuit. But generally we end up being more asked, but we don't want to be full asked. But we also want to be full biscuit. We want to be somewhere in the middle there, but slightly more biscuit than us. Right. I don't know why ever use this analogy. It's great. But it was so convincing. So yeah, I think an obviously different people's culturally. The definitions will be different individually, socially, all of those kinds of reasons. Religiously all the definitions will always be different. So we have to negotiate those. So do you think with that beautiful analogy? Where it goes from us to biscuit. The aspects good right in the middle. So do you think? So there's this who you want to be what you want to be doing. And then this who actually. Do you think you might just be on that spectrum? And that is where you are. And then is it sometimes I think what I want to say is that sometimes not better to be like, I accept that..

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"cisse" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"cisse" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Players Parcells in position to win. Again. That's what makes this'll tough. You know, if it's a route you sit earned or I will talk that one up to experience will hurt, but this one here where you're you're in it to win it right there. That's stuff deal. Ourselves every opportunity to do it. And. You know? The goes in overtime. We'll hear more from Andy Reid coming up in just a second wanna go right back to the phones at five seven six seven six ten Sean. You're next up on six ten sports radio. John. All right. Good. Call Sean Lee, go to Harrison in Kansas City. What's up Harrison? Hey, guys. How're you doing? All right. I just want to talk about Mahomes tonight did like honestly, great second half. I think that's a bright future. We got to look towards a disappointing loss, and we got some stuff to make up for in the off season. But for the most part, I think as Cisse fans, bro, we should expect to be back here in the next year or two I I don't think there's any doubt. If you look at the AFC next year and who knows what happens with Brady and he's forty one. Maybe he goes out. Like elway. Maybe he comes back again. There's no he's he's slowing down. But he's not slowing down to a point. You're like he's Michael Jordan with the wizards or Jerry Rice with the Seahawks. He's not Willie Mays running around in center field with the Mets. But look at the AFC next year. I would assume we would all think the chiefs are one of the top two or three teams in the conference once again, depending on what they do is smack was now that you have Patrick Mahomes. If you don't make the playoffs that year is failure. You makes you make the playoffs every year..

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"cisse" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"cisse" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I didn't want to say. Guys are Cisse's when they hit the ball the way. Dead. Is two hundred thirty six. Good guy. Tell you something every night. He he amaze me, he he'd get a base hit swinging bunt, whatever and he'd look over over the Doug. That'd be sitting. I don't believe you this. Can make contact with the ball was unbelievable. Had a magic wand. Yes. He did was terrific. Great guy too. It's fun because the baseball skill right? Essentially hitting the ball. And throwing the ball has not changed. Right. The technology has changed. And you know, you wonder the greats of today. You know, there's obviously there's this sort of a different physicality allow the athletes today than there might have been earlier. But this it's still you gotta be able to hit that. Holy. You gotta be able to put that. And it is amazing to me. It's the single greatest thing that could be done in sports. I agree with you one hundred percent. And let me tell you something when we played we could never picked up a wait and build a muscles up to to play baseball. You should see the cubs weight lifting facility in spring training. It's unbelievable. How many weights they have in there and bands? And and you know, right, all kinds of physical nature different. Yes. Between goals Jim in LA, fitness. Yeah. Lots of money is spent to make these guys big and strong. And you don't have to be that big a strong to hit a five ounce ball. Excellent point for Jenkins. I'm with you. That's what I told my dad too, and it didn't work out. All right. Ferguson Jenkins such an honor to have you in here. And what what fun your battery-mate Randy Huntley with you. The nine hundred.

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Kidnapped Sea Snails

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Kidnapped Sea Snails

"Done. Why is your backpack all wet? It's not raining outside of drenched it and bug repellent. Why to mosquitoes like your backpack like me, but I don't like bug repellent makes my skin each. So I figured I could just wear a bug repellent. Drench backpack like shield and mosquitos could say away from me without a speck of repellent having to touch my skin the jury's still out on whether it works or not keep me updated. You know, you're not the first to use that technique. Amphion a strip crustacean living in the Southern Ocean, hold another animal called terra pods of plank tonic mollusc, also known as Cisse nails. See angels or see butterflies on their backs like backpacks and use them as a living shield the cease snails secrete, a poisonous chemical that deters predators like cod. Fishes amphibians are unaffected by the chemical. And when they carry the cease nails on their backs. They're also protected from predators ice fishes quickly realized the empha- pods carrying terra pods piggyback. Don't make a great snack. So they learned to avoid them taking my backpack shield idea to a whole new level. And it gets worse. Once the terrifies are in the clutches of the empha- pods. They can't hunt to feed so they starved to death as far as researchers can tell so far the sea snails don't benefit at all from the association. My backpack doesn't really benefit from our sociation. No. But I don't know if you'll get much benefit either this moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. I'm Yale Zander d'arme dog less.

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Vodafone agrees 18.4 billion euro deal to buy some Liberty assets

The Patti Vasquez Show

02:17 min | 3 years ago

Vodafone agrees 18.4 billion euro deal to buy some Liberty assets

"New body that would investigate unsolved killings from the troubles in northern ireland introducing and you historical investigations unit was a major part of the two thousand fourteen stormont house agreement they agreed then to create a new independent body to deal with killings where there have been no prosecutions and the governor of hawaii is calling for us federal help to deal with an erupting volcano that's forced thousands of people to leave their homes at least twentysix properties have been destroyed by its lava officials have contacted the white house and the us federal emergency management authority global news twenty four hours a day on and talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than one hundred and twenty countries i'm beyond guarantee this is bloomberg marcus thank you very much indeed leon we're just getting through some breaking news on the bloomberg terminal that we spoke about this story earlier now it's confirmed liberty global is to sell some european operations to vote a phone in a deal valued at nineteen billion euros these operations include liberty global's businesses and activities in germany hungary romania and the czech republic so virgin mobile here in the uk for instance would not be included in this deal liberty global to sell some european operations to vote a phone in a nineteen billion euro deal that's what we're hearing this morning vodafone as cisse cap ex senator of about five hundred thirty five million euros per year and vodafone says that the deal completion is anticipated around the middle of two thousand nine hundred nineteen vodafone also says that it is to finance this purchase by using existing cash as well as new debt so those are the latest breaking lines on the bloomberg regarding this liberty global vodafone let's get back to our top story then marcus france germany and the uk say they regret president trump's decision to pull the us out of the twenty fifteen deal to curb iran's nuclear program the news that america will reinstate financial sanctions on the islamic republic has sent brent above sixty six dollars a barrel in this session with wti touching highs above seventy dollars after oil actually dropped in the us session yesterday for more let's bring in bloomberg's ameri hordern who's been looking more closely at the potential fallout ameri document accompanying.

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