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"dacia" Discussed on whatisTWS

whatisTWS

05:53 min | Last month

"dacia" Discussed on whatisTWS

"Touched in updating. Like you said like all these people all these celebrities right. It's not even like corny celebrities right. It's not like somebody who did a spot on. Snl like back in ninety five and then they're just like i heard the blast. He's like i it's like. It's like dacia pelham being like yeah. I was in the house. Of course love me. Like i was actually sitting around and they played me the album. And it's insane. Am when i want to hear that i would be part of that but i also don't like how. How do you work process. Because i know that you're very much into like sitting in music sitting with letting it run breaking now bars all the other stuff. That's why i think you're deeper into music than i am I think i can. I can assess it faster. I think the longevity of music Your your take on. It is always more indepth than mind. Like for example. I have to wait for the for eight to now for me to listen to albums at people like i ended forgetting about it. I'm like i was telling you the other day. I still have not listened to the new jayco out. Like i keep forgetting about it. Like i'm like. Oh i keep because it was so everyone's like oh. This is the best thing i ever heard. It's the best thing i ever hurt is is not that it's just the best jayco. It's the best rap album this year and in years past and i'm like are already hold on. Let me let me take a step back. And let's do it in a little bit in. And i end up forgetting about it now and ask like i had to. I had to work out the other day. Like i listened to the jaco. Oh man. I love that jayco. And that hasn't been that long ago. And i can't tell you. When the last time. I played a song from jayco are like it was it was the greatest thing in the world for me for like two weeks and then you know eighty or whatever it is out of the microwave. Popcorn kicked in and it was on our you Forget all about jayco and is is dope sometimes. Because i get to go back.

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"dacia" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams

Checking In with Michelle Williams

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"dacia" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams

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"dacia" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams

Checking In with Michelle Williams

08:33 min | 3 months ago

"dacia" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams

"I'm super rick. Fight to speak with. Infertility awareness advocated ceo of women wives warriors and fellow author of the game of life releasing the weight. When got says wait. Listen her message. Today is going to encourage so many women today. Please welcome to the checking in podcast day. See james lois. Oh my gosh. Thank you michelle. It is such an honor. Yo it is truly not. I appreciate you for giving me the platform to talk about such a taboo said o n g you know what a few months ago someone was in my comments and i posted a video and they said michelle. You're bored you need to have some kids. My god they see you know ma'am honey cassidy man. If he didn't know then he knows. Now come on. That's ever fix his hands to type. Such an ignorant statement on social media ever again in so some of my class backs are known to make other blogs and so i sent lord. I'm i'ma be intentional about this. Because if big reaches the people. I want them to know. That's one thing you don't say to a woman is you need to have kids because they see it. There have been so many women close to me. That have been having trouble conceiving you don't have that my plight you sell somebody into equate boredom with them. Not having kids of all things right of all things you can pick So i'm happy to be. I'm speaking with you about the topic because you don't know when a woman in a newly married couple walk into their family reunion and a ruby are sitting on the side you know. Would they play some kids and you just never know you never know you never know. Walk into marriage knowing that this is going to be your plight right first comes love incomes mayors then comes the baby and the baby care. It's like that's what we've been told so here. You are walking into marriage. Insurance acclimated to the union that has just formed. And then the pressure of you know. I mean two months in. We are having kids at that moment. We're not even thinking we're talking about how to get through the honeymoon stage how to you know really you lift up you keep the toilet seat up okay. Let's big are you. Are you snore. You you like it hot in here. I like it right. So you're getting acclimated to the union that has just been formed in this. There's this added pressure. And i think that's why just like the guy who talked your comments had the audacity to do that. I believe that I wrote the rules of engagement in the middle section of the book. Because i started getting offended by the questions that were that were being asked of me and my husband. I'm like hold on hold on. I did it. Because i used to ask the same question. Yeah i'm guilty. But i don't do it no more i do because you're not more you just don't know sir. No and so once that became you know our plights. I became very Sympathetic to how other people feel not just regarding fertility but just any waiting season because the weights in general can be difficult for people especially as believers. Because repressing an for something. You know we've been taught to put the scripture on it and it'll come to pass and they you find yourself in this season where you like. Okay god you hear you hear me. I mean you know here. I am your servants wet. Yeah come through yes you know. And then there's a whole tug of war and me being on the brim of agnostic. There because just feeling like okay. You can do it for everybody around me but not me. Then there's a sense of entitlement god to reveal like 'cause that's where we come from i here. I am a believer spreading your word. You know and. I'm trying to understand why you don't hear me in this area in this area because we compartmentalize things right. We believe in certain areas right. So it's like god it's all right okay. If that area's all right bless in this area but he is. He's probably right now. I'm trying to get bless you in this area. Right right I wanna go back to when you first comes. Love then comes. Marriage then comes the baby. The baby carriage. This is what i want to say to folks. I first comes love now. That i have a little more knowledge. Then comes going to those fertility appointments at a certain age or like even before marriage to kinda even know. Okay if i want to have children. Can i especially if you dealt with like. Indo trio says p. c. o. s. s. You know. And what i've learned throughout you know. Just because i'm just i'm forty one so when i turned forty i probably should have started years prior in my late thirties. Even trying to make sure that. Hey if i wanna have children. Can i have children and my heart went out to. I guess when. I said i don't have pc os. But i was encouraged to know that. I can tell the woman. Hey you might have these issues but it's it's still a way for you to have children if you want to have children so my heart went out to especially black women. We don't know or have those tools. Maybe until it's too late. So that's why might yo. Let's go go to the doctor early. you know. Get your annuals. Get your pap. Speier's in you know. Ask them questions. Don't let anybody run you out the room quickly. No ask questions ask questions. Yes i think that is so so important for for black and brown we especially believers. We don't necessarily assume things like that. And sometimes we put a prayer on it. But it's so important to gain the knowledge about your body how your body functions you know. What is your cycle doing right. Are you you know. Do you have a twenty eight day. Do you have a sixteen day cycle and then find out. Why is your cycle short. Or why is your cycle long. And and i believe that. Sometimes we're not taught that asking those types of questions and you might. You really might not know that you have things going on internally cyst like where assist lying especially as african american women sis can be lying on. The ovaries are close to the ovaries which can create complications. When it's time for you to concede is also important as we start to educate ourselves like you're saying ask our friends. what are you doing. A lot of my friends did not even know when they were ovulating. That is very important. I didn't know when i was. But now i know now you know right right right and me working in the youth ministry when we have those from our church when we have those conversations with the younger girls i call it the slip when you see slip you know you hand slip you know. Y- probably ovulating. It's that liquid when wiping to you know be no but it is what it is and i'm so Years ago and vacation bible school at of all places. My mother is a registered nurse. And i remember She came and she had all these maxi pads and stuff from the manufacturer always and she was teaching young girls about their cycles. And so i'm like yo. We need to talk more about sexuality. And r biden gave less started in church especially those of us were. That's all we spent. Our time was at church saw. I want to learn about jesus but also learn about my body and not have shame later on down the line as it relates to my body. Right pepsi is proud to partner with the black of that podcast network bringing together some of the most influential and trusted voices in black culture for necessary.

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The Urgent Search for Melbourne's Missing Link

Coronacast

01:54 min | 4 months ago

The Urgent Search for Melbourne's Missing Link

"I'm health reported teigen. Tyler physician journalist alter norman swan. It's wednesday the twenty six th may two thousand and twenty one and one. It feels like we're living in dacia roulin. There's a new outbreak Contact tracing we're finding more cases and of course this time we're still talking about melvin and i'll just break down the chain of events as far as i know it scifi because it's a little bit confusing so yesterday we talked about the fact that there was a guy and then it spread to a couple of his close family members and then yesterday we we then found out that there had been another case of that they calling thais five but it actually seems like this person might be the first an earlier early case than those cases that had been identified the day before and that this case five has seemingly spread it to a couple of their iron close family members. Now tell me what it means so far. Well look i think you over analyze this. And obviously victorian authorities know. You know the fine detail but yet you as we record this and people wake up in the morning There may be more cases so we'll just forgive us if we missed a few but as we record there are nine cases altogether which sounds all. This is getting scary. But it's not necessarily getting scary because there seems to be a clear chain of transmission amongst family members household contacts and yes fifth case does seem to be upstream or in time from these cases and that may well and probably the person who has infected the others. And you could say well. This person's a superspreader are probably not yet to be determined when you see whether or not this person or anybody in this group has spread to other people in the community and the shops. They've gone to swimming pool and the other areas that the locations of concerns wrapping issued by the retorted

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CrowdStrike Co-Founder Dmitri Alperovitch Discusses the SolarWinds Hack

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

05:37 min | 9 months ago

CrowdStrike Co-Founder Dmitri Alperovitch Discusses the SolarWinds Hack

"Dmitri why don't we just jump right into it and would love your kind of analysis of what has happened Know there's been a lot of A lot of controversy there seems to be consensus that The the hack is the work of the russians a country. At least that you're quite familiar with in terms of its tactics relative to this. Maybe just sort of set the lay the land if you would. Yeah absolutely so. I think it's important to understand that while this is a great situation and certainly Will likely be highly detrimental to our national security in the short and medium-term The not an act of war. This is not a digital harbor as as some politicians have been talking about this In the last few weeks the important thing to understand is from what it looks like right now and we have now your information on what this operation has been at least over. Last year is traditional espionage The targets have primarily been government agencies with some Technology companies is wild wrapped into it but primarily focused on saft of secrets that are as you can imagine of high priority on to russian intelligence If it proves to be the As is most likely the case right now so This was an dacia operation in incredibly well executed very very patient but at the end of the day the goal is staff that goes not destruction. The goal was not the leaking of that public information. There's small chance we may still see that at n than we have to reevaluate our assessment. But for now at least it looks like the exact that the us government the us intelligence community would be proud to have executed against our around adversaries. I'm now from a supply chain perspective. You know we do now understand that You know we have a major threat factor that most organizations have not been focused on which as their it providers like solar wins like resellers that sell their microsoft cloud offerings which you can be compromised Without really having any way to control for for that risk at least on the front end of the of the intrusion cycle. Are you at this point. Confident that it that it is the russians indeed so the interesting thing about this Particular intrusion is that the private sector really does not have attribution here unlike virtually every other operation. We have seen or last ten years. Where many in the private sector including Former company grabs strike was very good at attributed jackson in many of them very quickly this one because the tradecraft was so new and unique never before seen. There's really nothing to tie back to any previous operations. We have seen To really give us good understanding who the adversary may be. So all the attribution so far From government officials obviously intelligence agencies are very good at Attributing attacks based on your variety of different sources and methods that go well beyond just technical measures so for now at least You know we have to wait to see what the evidence is going to come out with regards to this. We may very well seen in the future. Will this operations justice department has been establishing Very good. I think precedent for indicting Foreign intelligence operatives on a regular basis for various various acts that they've done against this country in You for private sector companies. What what would you advise chief. Information officers chief information security officers others were involved in In at least trying to grapple with the consequences to their organizations and ensuring that the damage is limited the extent to which they can. I think this really underscores the topic that you talked On a number of occasions about which is that every organization out there needs to start with an assumption that already inside. this particular gates underscores. Just how futile. It is to try to build walls around the perimeter of you network because someone somewhere is going to get through through through new mechanism that you haven't even thought of or or can't control four so it could be supply chain attack next time. It could be zero table an ability. It could be a known vulnerability that you've got patched against that or could be an insider The number of methods that they can get in are numerous. And if you're trying to chase your tail china For closed down each one. You're always gonna fail because there's always gonna be one more thing that you adding accounted for this out there that you may not have even thought of And the reality. Is that if you start with assumption that capable adversary will get inside in. The east are for their activities within the network. That's when you can get an advantage. Where if you detect them quickly into jackson before joining damage you can prevent for from any damage any damage from being done. And if you look at how They executed this particular attack. Yesterday came in through the solar winds vulnerability where they came in through the reseller On the was selling office re sixty five and azure licenses to their customers but at the end of the day once they move past that initial doctor they started doing traditional things started maintain persistence trying to kill security products. Move laterally trump. and that's what you had the opportunity to detect them in fact some organizations have to talk to them and Jacqueline before any any bhakta Before they had any impact to the company.

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Havent I been here before

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:42 min | 10 months ago

Havent I been here before

"Welcome to kiss myths and mystery. Siamese your host kit crumb. I've got to mention that if you're hearing a little background noise there's nothing wrong with your computing device or however you're listening to this podcast is my neighbor dominate away. Who's drilling well while that said. Today's topic is a deja vu. When you go to a new place me someone that you've never met before and had the feeling that you knew that person or to that place. Well you're not alone. But i deviate a little bit when i was researching this story a french carver. Not a real name said. She grew up in las vegas but eventually moved to shasta city california. She told me it wasn't uncommon for her to have the name of a friend that she grew up with pop into her head. And within minutes would run into that person at shasta. Although janice experiences nada deja vu. I felt it was in the same league and i just couldn't help explain it to my listeners. Okay onward we go. Wikipedia says deja vu feeling that one has lived through the present situation before the phrase translates literally as already seen although some interpret deja vu in a paranormal context mainstream science approaches reject of dacia who is pre cognition or prophecy. So how does science explain deja-vu they the world of science has four possible causes of what is referred to as vu. First attention explanations of deja vu involve an initial perception that is made under degraded attention which is then followed by a second. Take under full attention for example. If you're about to unlock the front door of your house and you momentarily are distracted by a noise in the distance when you return to the task locking the door the first perception may seem further off in the past the distraction that separates these two perceptions could be est fleeting. I said i blink. Their second explanation is memory explanations. They make the assumption that some detail of the do experiences familiar but the source of this familiarity has been forgotten. The premise of this explanation is that people encounter countless things during the course of the day. But don't pay attention to all of the information later. Processing of information may occasionally induce. The million era at deja vu. Then there is the next explanation dual processing explanation so vu suggested to usually synchronous cognitive processes become momentarily as synchronous for example familiarity and retrieval could become out of sync alternate league perception and memory could become a synchronous and finally neurological explanations for deja vu attributed the phenomenon to either a small temporal lobe seizure in a person without epilepsy to a delay in neural transmission between the eyes ears or other perceptual organs in higher order processing centers in the brain. Wow do processing. Explanations have received a lot of attention. They are much more philosophical and theoretical and less mechanistic but do processing explanations can be tested in the lab. Similarly neurological explanations are appealing in their neurological basis and seem logical but again we lack the advanced technology to test them. Thus dual processing explanations are less germane to researchers instead attentional memory explanations are best supported by what we know about cognition and could be tested vertically. Well it sounds to me like the scientific explanations can't be tested and repeated in a generally scientific method. Wow that takes the fun out of experiencing deja vu on monday. I'll provide explanations for deja vu from a pseudoscience or paranormal point of view. And we'll see what stands out

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"dacia" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"dacia" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"All right ryan while it's great to see you again. Thanks for having me You kidding you come back every week. If you like my house know you don't have to leave your house and you know we can drink. We can drink cocktails over the internet together. Or whatever i gotta tell you. This book is davis ryan. It is a work yes. This book is an act of dacia. Snus in twenty twenty. That's what i think why i appreciate that. So there's the stuff that you write about and share which is endlessly fascinating and then there's you which is also pretty fascinating. It's a maybe. I can start with you for a second. I was actually talking my wife about you this morning before before we did this and i said you know one of things i said. This book is so audacious. It's how many pages this ryan don't know three twenty seven so you know. This is a real book. This is a real read. And you had the audacity in twenty twenty to write a book about ancient philosophers and philosophy and then to make that book a number one best-seller in a world where were addicted to kardashian ask selfies and tweets and this is a very substantial piece of work. That somehow is resonating. How did you do that. I don't know if it's audacity. Maybe it's just getting but but there is a there is a craziness these days even doing a book i mean social media is so much more addictive it so much more accessible. Sometimes i think like the act of asking people to pay upfront for something and then spend.

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Can we survive Number 6

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Can we survive Number 6

"Welcome to kiss myths and mystery sign your host Kit crumb back from vacation back from Cornucopia. The upper northern corner of the state fantastic area this podcast usually addresses an outstanding myth, sometimes some history, often the common thread connecting myths to mystery, is that both have been around a long time both existed across continental around the world as often as not fact, surrounding these myths and mysteries are difficult to locate or have been lost in the mist of Time Ninety Miss, slip into the category of. Or they rejected out of hand by science yet just because science rejects a meth does not mean that they can prove it does not exist. Recently Dis- podcast covered deja-vu and included four scientific theories on what Deja Vu really was. However, these were just theories, and could no more disprove deja-vu than paranormal explanation could prove Dacia as I present data, surrounding extinction and the current whole scene or six extinction. I've attempted to US faxed are agreed on by experts in the field from around the world. The debate or controversy on the subject is the how come or why now. Now question, the earliest extinction came about when an asteroid somewhere between six and fifty miles long struck the Yucatan Peninsula Mexico. There's some debate about the size of the asteroid, but it's agreed on by the biggest wise on that matter, and it caused a worldwide climate disruption brought about the cretaceous extinction event, a mass extinction in which seventy five percent of Earth's plant and animal species became extinct, basically brought the existence of dinosaurs to end. Keep in mind. This conversation will not cover earliest life. The crawled out of primordial soup. Many of the species survived the worldwide climate change. By the asteroid died out during the second grid extinction, or the third or fourth or the fifth while canes around the world unleash poison gas into the atmosphere, oceans encountered. Huge algae bloom at depleted the oxygen destroying see life is believed that life today evolved from the four percent of animals, see and plantlife. That survived five huge changes in the earth's atmosphere. Here comes great controversy. A heated debate in the scientific community is whether or not earth. Earth is heading into another mass extinction. Currently, the world is a whole scene extinction era, plants animals are dying off at an abnormally fast rate and life. As we know, it is in danger this time. However, the cost is not volcanic activity, nor asteroid impacts. Human activity is triggering a change in global climate which has increased species extinction to between ten and a hundred times faster than normal. The evidence is pretty clear. We are headed toward. Toward the sixth mass extinction, if we are not already in it, all this leads to a very big question, will we humans be part of the sixth extinction? Just because we've survived the loss of x number species, can we keep going down the same trajectory or do we eventually am barrel the systems that keep people alive, and if we could survive, would we really want to live in an environment devoid of diversity of species unlike Vu mentioned. Mentioned earlier in this podcast, it may someday be explained by science, and that today we can say time will tell paranormal neurological. The question of human surviving six extinction can't be addressed in the same time will tell manner simply because when that time that tells arrives, it may be too late to change. The conclusion

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What time is it?

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:00 min | 1 year ago

What time is it?

"We're GONNA talk about time. Most states in the United States south time changes spring forward set clocks forward in the spring fall back set clocks EXPEC then you have time zones across the United States and around the world fly far enough and you'll lose a day or gain a day depending upon which way you're going when you perform perform the same activities of over and over the day seemed to fly by or drag depending on the activities for your day with new activities for the day may fly even faster faster. Depends upon who you talk to. There was a time in my life when I worked with people. WOM One and with some clients I would look up at the clock and watch a hand and the clock move from one block bark to another would seem like ours would pass and I look at the clock again only to see that it had just been a minute. Ah Yes perception. But what about time. Slips time warms is time travel possible to Great Luminaries Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking gave us. It's a simple answer. Yes but the conversation on time travel is filled with what is exactly. What did Einstein have to say about time travel? I'm Stein's theory of special relativity says that time slows down or speeds up depending upon. How fast you move relative to something else? Approaching the speed of light person inside a spaceship would age much slower than his twin at home. Also under Einstein's theory of general relativity. Nobody gravity can bend time picture. Four dimensional fabric called space time when anything that has mass sits on that piece of fabric it causes a dimple or bending of space time the bending of space time causes objects to move on a curved path and that curvature of space is what we know as gravity both the general and special relativity theories have been proven with GPS satellite techniques. That has very very accurate timepieces on board the effects of gravity as well as the satellites increased speed from Earth relative to observers on the ground make the unadjusted clocks gained. Thirty eight microseconds today. Who Thirty Eight microseconds does sound like much of a time change to me? Let's let's continue here engineers make calibrations to account for the difference in a sense. This effect called time. dilation means astronauts nonce were time travellers as return to earth very very slightly younger than there are identical twin the remains on the planet. What did Stephen Hawkins' I have to say? About time. Travel Hawking famously held a party for time travellers but did not send out the patients until after the party. No one showed for the festivities but the scientists right that there is still hope the traveling back in time could be possible according to the laws of the universe he pigs is this notion on the premise of something called m theory that suggests the universe may contain seven hidden dimensions in addition into the familiar four dimensions of space time rapid space travel and travel back in time can't be ruled out. According to our present understanding he writes. This is hawking. Science fiction fans need not lose heart. There's hope in theory you have to look hockey's M theory it's a little too long and complex likes for this podcast. There's a lesser known theory about time travel. Though is commonly referred to as the step theory it takes into account that theories expressed grasp both hawking and Einstein. They're multiple dimensions. The step theory states that although there are multiple dimensions they are parallel. Exactly to who are on that some run ahead of ours and some behind and there are umbilical warburton holes or the dimensions overlap further. That many of us unknowingly walked through these openings periodically the Dacia Fu is an example one. Conventional Science Science can't explain that is stepping into a dimension that is slightly ahead of your own. You know the feeling that you've been to displace before or met this person before or even particular activity before but that most of us shake off the feeling as being just a little strange whatever theory you embrace. It's is fairly realistic to state that in the next not too distant future we maybe stepping forward or backward and Thomas easily stepping onto an escalator skeptical. It wasn't that long ago that the concept of traveling in space let alone landing on the moon was stuff of fiction and the greatest scientific minds signs of that era declared the idea ridiculous impossibility. That's sad a little less than fifteen hours ago. I stepped into the future where I sit now.

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"dacia" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"dacia" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of the heist rights of suicide always say, health and wellbeing. It's not what it should be. So our plan is through the well work that we're doing a living standards, framework, and now well-being budget, where if you're a minister, you wanna spend. Money, you have to prove that you're going to improve intergenerational wellbeing. We are hoping to Embiid in actually what the public is passing four to address the societal wellbeing of our nation. Not just our economic. See them prime minister just into a done. So that's the plan. What does it actually look like? Just Berenson shore is a senior researcher at the public policy institute of the university of Auckland. What is in this budget? I'll STA government patents where requirement to put in budget bits, on the basis of some k areas around wellbeing, so child, poverty, for example, was one of them, some areas around moving to more sustainable economics and business. So within this budget, the idea was that groups organizations across the government would whip to the, to bring food projects that could show improvements and these key areas, which the government had identified I can see a whole range of potential problems here. Particular for politician on the one, and you've got to set up metrics, that people are willing to actually recognize and honor than agree. A- are applicable to them, because you tell people that, you know, by the way, you may know, being Richard and you are a lot happier than you used to be better off people might choose to disagree with that view. Yeah. And that's definitely one of the tricky areas has how do you meet a well being and I don't think it's any secret that people within public service, I lay grappling with that right now. What does well being actually main? They some interesting going on around, for example. What we get from health surveys, what we get from indication Dacia. What we get from something called the general social save. I, which is got majors of meat till health and wellbeing Otamendi, I think they will have to be a much more relationship approach to the development of wellbeing, which is at the moment, this very kind of top down, approach people responding to this initiative by the prime minister, you know, th really interesting from all spectrums of the of the political eras. The is a general recognition that it's an principle. A good thing to do. Though, everybody has some concerns that perhaps it's not quite as transformational as people have been lead to believe, and seasonally. There is some criticism of the actual title of spending, the which is similar to what government spending has been for the past five years. So various people have commented on the fact that the devils and the day our as fifth step. It's a positive one just Berenson Shaw of the university of Portland. You're listening to business daily from the BBC World Service with Ed Butler. So early days, then on the road to.

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"dacia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"dacia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The areas where their army and canton. Well, one thing about the boys. What is the color? Beers. I'm on me. Your little coin killer. You don't want I shouldn't off. I graduate. Metabolism. And if the doctor says, hey, where are you going? I gotta make a phone call. All right. Yes. Commute cigar L panatela yesterday. Here you are. Thank you. We're having a say on Email force Dacia a box of fifty for done five.

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"dacia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"dacia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Dacia do three talk radio five sixty gayness. Bernie Sanders calling for felons in prison allow devote. A stinking rotten judge in the night jerk court of schlemiel 's saying asylum-seekers have the right to stay in America. A while. They're being cases of being heard. You know, these are the issues we're gonna talk about here on the on the show will losing the culture war here about that. Whatever happened to the cultural. We once fighting we lost that one we gave up on that one. How did that happen? Let me give little story that you didn't see anywhere. From Breitbart crosses in Italian cemetery covered over to avoid fence to Muslims. Now. I'll give you the name of the cemetery many of the shall I call them trolls or saying, it's it's fake news. They're saying you can't believe anything for Breitbart. Well, I'll give you the name of the cemetery in Italy pe-, they'll the central the though it is a city whichever give you it's located in bologna in a town of around seven thousand people they've also installed motorized blackout curtains in a local chapel. Follow renovated to hide Roman Catholic symbols during ceremonies involving other than a nation's meaning Muslims. Now. Why is it the catering to Muslims? Why is it that when Muslims come to nations that they're not native to they make the natives bow down to them? How is that happening? They used to be a phrase when in Rome do as the Romans do goes back to Roman times. And now it's what when in Rome do as the as the Muslims knew. How did this happen? How did it go from one in Rome do as the Romans do? So when Rome when in Rome do as the Muslims how did this happen? Where are the Italian men? There are no attachment. I don't know where they went to have a right wing conservative populace running the country, and he's letting this happen. How is this happening? It gets worse. It gets worse. All of you macho guidos out there. The archbishop of Florence announced will be selling eighty six thousand square feet of property a Muslim group, they can build a mosque in Sesto Florentino way that gets worse cardinal Florence Giuseppi Tony approved the sale saying the following the transformation of western societies into multiethnic, multicultural and multi-religious societies is a fact in the future. That inevitably awaits us is in inevitable. I don't know has the west side. He is another story for you from the ninth circuit court of Karl Marx where I live. It's not the ninth circuit court of Shamil's. It's the ninth circuit court of Karl Marx. The tresident has the power to break up the night circuit into three parts should do. It should have done it a long time ago. A judge the stench from the bench is making me clench district judge Richard Seaborg, and San Francisco took it upon himself to issue an injunction stopping the American people and Trump administration's policy of settling asylum-seekers back across the southern border to wait out there. V Portes cases in Mexico. This judge said drop dead America. This drudge judge said drop dead to the president. This judge sets his legal ruling with the stroke of a stinking rotten pen. He has said let him stay here. Let him stay here. The plaintiffs include legal service organizations front groups for communism. And so called bygones who say they fled Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador to escape what they said was extreme violence rape. But death threats us all ally. They didn't run from that. They ran here for the freebies. I'm crying from happiness said Gabriela or Eliana twenty six and asylum seeker from El Salvador who was scheduled to have her first hearing on Tuesday. I'm crying from happiness said Gabriela, she is not one of the plaintiffs.

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How to Keep Your Prospect's Attention

Daily Sales Tips

02:26 min | 2 years ago

How to Keep Your Prospect's Attention

"Today. Dale do as back known to many as the copier warrior DALE'S been and be to be sales for over ten years as a top producer and served as a sales manager and VP of sales as well. He shook up his local market with his Dacia sales methods and built a fund an entertaining personal brand around a boring product in the process, he is now the leader of the sales rebellion and a full-time training and development coach for all sales walks. This is tip to my five tips series here on the show. We're talking about my reason theory, which is radically educating chair ones narrative today, we're gonna be talking about the a inside of reason which stands for attention. The first thing that we have to think about when we get to the attention phase is that we do not want to be just another name inside of the crowded sales bullpen that's calling on the prospect. Instead, we need to give them a compelling. Reason or else we will be just that so attention. This is the full thirty seconds of your thirty second commercial. And this is how you will change the game. Think of it being unexpected yet simple express to the prospect exactly how you know they feel about sales calls. So maybe it sounds a little something like this, Mr. prospect. You're probably expecting me to say some things about how great my company is. And how fast are service response to your problems in all the other garbage that most sales people dump in your ear every time they get you on the phone. But that's not what today's calls about think about the reaction. The your prospect would have if you can help them to understand that you know, exactly how they feel inside of the attention phase. We also have the opportunity to make light of the Arif as we already spoke about in the last tip, which is to radically educate. So if you have performed some type of I touch whether through video premature. Cereal or some type of marketing piece to interrupt their patterns in 'cause curiosity you have a subject as to why you're calling I hope that you receive my crumpled butter, Mr. prospect. What did you think of it? The goal here is to overcome the stereotypes that your prospect has on the typical salesperson so transcend, the normal interactions that your peers and colleagues are having with their prospects in customers be something so magnificent in so explicitly different that they have no other choice, but to meet with

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"dacia" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"dacia" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"It was it was hard to watch as his friend and tell you it wasn't hard to watch was his date with Dacia great date. That is just those two is just an easy relationship. It's really fun and flirty. And of me, we go back and forth. All the time was thinking is it a friendship or romantic relationship, which we found out? Indeed that it is a friendship. That's friendship. It's think about their dates men. They went bungee jumping they went skydiving. Now, they have a private helicopter taking them over Portugal. Unbelieveab-? It's not like there's no sexual chemistry between them other social comes kissing their flirting. He's being very Corky. Which is how he is. Personally. He's happy. She was like, oh, my boobs are gonna come out on national television. He's got it. Gotcha girl. Yeah. Awesome. Yeah. So I would say everything leading up until the Fazi sweet until the morning was like everything was it was it was great. Yeah. And then this is why. They need to have the cameras come in the morning after the fantasy suites, which they started doing on my season is for these exact moments because otherwise that wouldn't have made sense. We would've been like what what happened that was a great relationship. They had so much fun. They probably were up all night make an out and doing whatever. And then in the morning, we got to see that. She was like, wow. That's not what I thought. I was going to be. And there was like no connection or chemistry. There was a one eighty from the night to the morning. Also, obviously, whatever happened didn't suffice or just didn't work out. Yeah. But I just wonder I mean what? I want to ask you that. What asked me you talk a little bit louder Roma guy who never went to the fantasy suite. Yeah. To grill how editor fair share of the sweets God that actually. Cat. I might drop the mic NBL. It's really unbelievable more. Why we you're one of those people that just assume what what goes on in the fantasy suite. I'm not assuming but anyway moving out so tell me how for seven weeks, actually, I'm into I wanna take one step back for a second. I feel like you and I have been team Teixeira for awhile. She's titular could family she had her marriage. She got her marriage that well, and she's where she is. And she knows where she wants to go. But for the little I've seen on social media Twitter. I just don't understand our people on the same page. We are people team tastes you. Well, I haven't been really looking into what people are saying because I just get so pissed off and go into attack mode, but weaned collapse back over there. Clapback back green from lady at 'but that now no. Not really. And it didn't happen. I just I get so frustrated, but I haven't really seen anything about tation to be honest with you not SHA for battery wrapped up in what happened with Cassie and Colton. I mean again, I'm not dive into this. But I'm not seeing much teasha for bachelorette or team tastes. And that's why I don't get because that's where you and I are on board with because they want. A story -tations story would only be that. She's been married before. Okay. What is Hannah g story? She got no story. And that's why she probably won't care..

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"dacia" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"dacia" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

"Then set the king when the merchant brought back this reply tomorrow i will 'cause all the male inhabitants of this city to pass before your house and your wife will stand at the window and watch for the man who did this wicked deed a royal proclamation was a huge to this effect so the next day all the men of the city assembled and marched by the house of the merchant the king's son and the minister son more also in the company in bust by in the crowd they came to see the tamasha as soon as these two appeared in front of the merchants window they were recognized by the merchant's wife and at one reported to the king my own son and the son of my chief minister exclaimed the king who had been present from the commencement what examples for the people let them both be executed not so your majesty set the minister let the facts of the case be thoroughly investigated how is it he continued telling to two young men why have you done this cruel thing i shot an arrow at a board that was sitting on the sill of an open window in the house and missed on sir the prince i suppose the arrow struck the margins wife had i known that she are anybody had been near i should not have shot in that direction we will speak of this later on septa king on he'll ring this on so dismissed the people their presence is no longer required in the evening his majesty and the minister had a loan and earnest talk about the two sons the king wished both of them to be executed but the minister suggested that the prince should be banished from the country

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"dacia" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"dacia" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

"Welcome to the midst legends and fairy tales of india podcast in this new one exciting show we will bring to you amazing stories from india these are timeless stories that are brought to you in a new of by among she medial the ivory city and it's fairy princess fault one the two friends are banished into exile one day a young prince was out practicing archery with the son of his father's chief minister when one of the editors accidentally struck the wife of a merchant she was walking about in an upper room of a house close by the prince had aimed at a board that was supposed on the window sill of that room and had not the slightest idea that anybody was at hand otherwise he would not have shot in that direction not knowing what had happened he and the minister son walked away presenting the motion went to us his wife about something and found her lying in the middle of the room and addle was fixed in the ground within half a yard forehead supposing that she was dead he rushed to the window and shrieked these they have the neighbors quickly gathered and the sovan scheme running upstairs to see what was the matter it happened but the woman had fainted and that there was only a very slight wound in her breast where the arrowhead grazed a swoon as the woman recovered her senses she told them that two young men had passed by the place with their bows and arrows she went on to see that one of them had most deliberately aimed at her as she stood by the window on hearing this the merchant went to the king and told him what a completes his majesty was much enraged at such dacia victimless and swore that most terrible punishment should be visited on the offender if he could be discovered he ordered the merchant to go back and find whether his wife would recognize the young men if she saw them again oh yes replied the woman i should know them again among all the people in the city.

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The ivory city and its fairy princess

Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

02:59 min | 3 years ago

The ivory city and its fairy princess

"Then set the king when the merchant brought back this reply tomorrow i will 'cause all the male inhabitants of this city to pass before your house and your wife will stand at the window and watch for the man who did this wicked deed a royal proclamation was a huge to this effect so the next day all the men of the city assembled and marched by the house of the merchant the king's son and the minister son more also in the company in bust by in the crowd they came to see the tamasha as soon as these two appeared in front of the merchants window they were recognized by the merchant's wife and at one reported to the king my own son and the son of my chief minister exclaimed the king who had been present from the commencement what examples for the people let them both be executed not so your majesty set the minister let the facts of the case be thoroughly investigated how is it he continued telling to two young men why have you done this cruel thing i shot an arrow at a board that was sitting on the sill of an open window in the house and missed on sir the prince i suppose the arrow struck the margins wife had i known that she are anybody had been near i should not have shot in that direction we will speak of this later on septa king on he'll ring this on so dismissed the people their presence is no longer required in the evening his majesty and the minister had a loan and earnest talk about the two sons the king wished both of them to be executed but the minister suggested that the prince should be banished from the country

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"dacia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"dacia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"It's coming back to me now that that that song of coast did represent a an astonishing dacia stylistic shift for ricky mountain of course it was it was very unlike any of his previous works i'm hoping listeners getting the leaden talk has intoning this i was never clear at the time i have to say why ricky martin will singing the song for a world cup being held in france but johnny halliday not available i have to be on his if your andrew it doesn't kind of matter where the country is because i the go to the trends and usually kind of kind of this latin pop it's usually very popular you the event is very popular in south america the repeals live as well so they don't care so they as you will see in the next songs in it doesn't really match the country it's a shame really i think it would be nice but but you know ricky martin is a major star everywhere he wasn't major starring fronts and there was pick rick martinez well impose time he was doing the his living vida loca well yes how quickly they forget moving moving seamlessly loan two thousand and two this was south korea and japan if memory serves yes and that was a disappointment of song you hear it i think is the most so it was a disappointment of a song fernando suggest you headache speculations and hopes i did had hopes and i it is a very bad follow up to ricky monte it's a shame i like the singer she had a couple of hits bavaria's appointing forgets let's hear it a clip i think you agree with me it's an star with boom.

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"dacia" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"dacia" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"So is in the photo pit like finance from you and it was that new music being performed live was i got it got the album it was it was transformed the music it was pretty fun comes over you and waves it still see music it doesn't quite have the it's not as critical listening as like old arcade fire where like you almost felt like you need to put like headphones on and really i didn't realize until i saw it live was just how poignant lyrics are it's actually very significant lyrically like their old stuff it just doesn't have the epic crescendo that so many of their other things right there right there germer had arguably the best laugh of the you though sketch that they were in they did a little drop in and it was a role not to recreate snl sketches but they they are banned that like is very good at what ruled and create that that's interesting 'cause like in high school my goto class clown bit was reenacting that weakens snl right and i would have been that to in high school but now i just i have no but like a child to quote someone named paul maybe you've heard of him not a fan personally child i thought like fanta that guy though nearly a comedy thing i can just never do it justice so i get like super excited i want to explain it and i'm like okay so then they're all wearing gold and this at gabriel as like it's like when somebody has the dacia snus to go to karaoke night and sincerely tried to cover a song that they have no business either.

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"dacia" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"dacia" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"At all for a minute to be determined to do something so bold in dacia as to stick up for them yeah say deep philosophical fair there which is just means nothing and it just makes him sound fair but that doesn't mean anything it certainly doesn't mean he's going to go against what likud once over there and force end of the occupation or anything like that yeah yeah i think you're absolutely right it's gonna it would take someone with a really deep seated belief in what they're doing and donald trump never really demonstrated that i guess one of the things like the silver lining out of this stuff is like it really is just a great example to me of how how full of shit this whole idea of democracy is because like you said even trump was just smart enough to kind of know what's popular to say and know what would please the crowd in front of them know what would get him elected alternately and so yeah he came out and he was like yeah this war in iraq is bullshit we shouldn't be fighting any of these wars what are we dying and spending billions of dollars for for nothing this is this is all crazy and it's like yeah you'd have to say that to win i mean we know if you wanted to run on like george w bush was great and the war in iraq was a really great idea we know what would happen because jeb bush lindsey graham ran and they couldn't get one percent of the vote i mean so it's like the but still even after trump wins and it does remind me of how george w bush won by saying we wouldn't use the the military for nation building obama won by saying we would end all of these wars but no matter who the people vote for you end up getting a basically the same people that lindsey graham president lindsey graham would have appointed.

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"dacia" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"dacia" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"It's the eyeball test frankly it is just from watching him i i don't need to see the stats i don't even need to see the results i can just watch woods over the last few weeks he finished twelve onda second of course this past weekend and just watching the way e sitting the ball right now i wanna say looks like tiger of old because i don't think he will be all i don't think we should expect the same tiger woods who was dominant in his prime but can't keep the top ten golfer a top fifteen golfer absolutely and i think the way hitting the ball right now he might be there already jason you mentioned it from where he was a couple of weeks ago to where he is now in in the the aero pointed up that to see him in the mix yesterday was not a huge surprise so if if we're extrapolating that do you expect him to win the assuming he stays healthy do you expect him to win this year yes yes i do and i have no idea what that extrapolates through whether that means he's gonna win three or four times with her adds to his major championship total i i don't know but i do think he has the game to win about this is the hundred forty nine frank golfer in the world right now he's up from five hundred eighty something at the beginning of the year one forty nine right now is the odds makers favorite the win this week at the arnold palmer in dacia where he's one eight times before i i don't know that there's ever been a full fueled key j tour event with other top level players in it and you've got one hundred forty nine player in the world as the odds baker save it but he's woods and nobody else's minute that level and been ranked that low before so it makes sense and certainly the place where he's won before but to me that's just pretty remarkable if in fact tiger is really back wh what has allowed it to happen like over say the last six months that would lead us to this point.

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"dacia" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"dacia" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Have a point of view that that that's a little different an end and our law dacia and you don't throw out the scouring the shire and turn like four different in institute or the rings to the ending the talk of what i'm getting us such a well in we wouldn't have the ending that we do have without that character in the ending is you know for whatever you want to say about making subtext like it is really really affecting at like that's partly to character but it's also just partly the filmmaking which i really really like me to go though other no did you see this movie with an audience an opportunity youth uttam sure critics count so no i don't yeah i because um people had a really negative reaction to that at no i was at madison than i don't i don't remember the audience reacting it was like one of those things was like uh i could couldn't really figure out why is it just like a like a happy ending denied like that's a very late simplistic reaction to have to this movie this sorry if anyone listening had that reaction please write in and explained to me although could actually they'll be good if you're like one of the people who was like when the when dillon was strictly ended while he reactors that way because it had like your ruin be of the reaction to will the films we covered earlier this year it comes at night were with by the end of this small earning says it's with it had turned on the on the film in a major way in was very upset by the ending but uh i think the innings really nice in the way.

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"dacia" Discussed on I Have To Ask

I Have To Ask

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"dacia" Discussed on I Have To Ask

"Um kind of putting dacia is the us media has been since trump for election which i agree with that's great to see that that the idea of adversary of journalism lives in breeze again outside of fringes i think the way that courts have stood up to trump and said that a lot of his policies are in violation of the constitution and struck them down something i wish they had done during the war on terror under the bush in the obama administration is incredibly good to see as well and then most of all i think that citizen activism has really been revitalize so i agree with you that trump has a thouray tearing tendencies that he would love to exert a kind of form a despotic power at least one his willis thwarted and i think it's very much worth watching and i think it is actually scary as well but i don't i also think the institutions that are designed to check those have been stimulated in a really encouraging way by the fear that people have of him one of the institutions and i think a lot of people think has checked trump in some way is what sort of half ironically or sometimes not ironically called the deep state which is people who are leaking information from the government or assumed people leaking information from the government about various goings on with trump and you've written a lot about this and it seems like one of the fears that you have is that the socalled deep state or figures in the national security establishment who are opposed to the democratically elected president of the united states would in the long run undermine democracy in some way what what what specifically are you are you scared of by this opposition sort of unprecedented opposition were seeing from within the government to trump.

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"dacia" Discussed on Classical Classroom

Classical Classroom

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"dacia" Discussed on Classical Classroom

"That is to start a symphony with four notes and use those for that for no motive for the next eight minutes is just nobody had done that before so i mean i think we really get hung up on that and forget about how that carries through the the full piece of music and just how i guess invigorating it is to hear those those elements come back and twist around each other and stuff so yes so basically the most surprising thing is the rest of the symphony exactly that's a great way to put it awesome will resist this has been so much fun oh good i'm glad of illegally to go get a drink now are you yeah i know he lets i'd rather come down there that's for sure it'll get water and right you have your shorts oh ho thank you so much for being on the show i'm i'm glad we were finally able to to connect and me to been great to our thank you so much dacia thanks all right everybody that about does it for this episode of classical classroom for more classical classroom going to houston public media dot org slash classroom there are linked to our social media and all of the many many ways that you can listen to us make sure to rate in review us however you listen and to never we paced our logo throughout your city because that would be wrong so wrong uh you can email your burning questions me at the clay houston public media dot org.

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