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"deary" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

02:39 min | 2 months ago

"deary" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"How this is the serum of this month is this is the serum of that. Yeah man yeah. Welcome everybody. Welcome everybody view. It's a very exciting. It's the most exciting episode of the national. The beauty comedy. I guess where we laugh. We cry we cream. I have a feeling all three are going to happen. That was a welcome. Everybody my name is jackie jay. I'm your host and your guide. And i'm also known as the beauty shock jack. The queen cream of the sprint on the west coast favor over thirty influence your cookies. Other jewish an honey she converted. Welcome to oh. My god. I join in my heart. The joy in my heart right now is obviously emanating. Everyone here can tell because this is such an exciting moment number one in person interview. They're always more fun less honest number two. I have guest today and they are deary's to me. They are dear res to me i have not seen these two deary's in per cent honey since pre pandemic times which is wild. We see each other internet and it feels like a false intimacy. There's so much to catch up on my guest. Today are both juggernauts of the pod and entertainment industries. I have personally elo eld watching them on stage and the before times many many nights for many many years. Doing sketch doing improv. Bonding and that little black box. Macklin avenue rant house melba garbage from the back. The air conditioner barely worked. They are a dynamic duo. Let me break down breakdown. One of them he's a writer and filmmaker and a comedian and host. Three podcast honey. Ninety day a funny feeling formerly kardasian it and now l. is for losers pop. Culture roundup found exclusively on patriots.

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A Quest to Support Women-Led Businesses

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:10 min | 3 months ago

A Quest to Support Women-Led Businesses

"Stacey. You've got a new book out this week. Yes i do. It is called machiavelli for women. I love this item. Thank you. It was very fun to right. It's all about women and work and a lot of it's sort of based on some of the economic data that's kind of frustrated me for a long time. That's right one of the big ones has to do with company leadership. So deary nearly. Eighty percent of ceos are male. Nearly ninety percent are white and these numbers haven't really budged in a decade and it could never understand quite what was going on especially since some of the other numbers in the economy were so promising and exciting. Things just seem stuck in this area. And as i was doing research for my book this article caught my eye. It was written by alana samuels. She is the senior economics correspondent for time magazine and apparently she had been noticing. These numbers as well. I was just feeling very frustrated and thinking. What can i do about this. And the only thing i can think of is to stop giving my money to all these businesses that are run by men and giving them. Instead to businesses run by women alana decided to buy only products from companies that will owned or run by

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"deary" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

Project Upland Podcast

07:17 min | 3 months ago

"deary" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

"If i didn't bring up i have a feeling i probably talked about this on episode forty-three when we went there but let's not forget that it was one hundred fifty yards from the truck on the first day when i'm pretty sure it was tough. Deary recall that tough yet. i still got him. He's fourt- running him today. Fourteen years old so he's still got holy man so he was eleven at the time. Yeah roughly he was eleven years old and we are again. We're a hundred yards out and tops on point. My dog was hardly was running around his his first time running in that country. The the funny part about that is basically the way that everybody was set up and position. I was sort of right on top a tough. And so i just kind of look back in my buddy garrett basically called in hartley and just kind of owed him up and then we got into this. I think you were there. And i know matt was there and we got into this dance where there was a nice breeze and what ultimately happened is there was a bunch of running sharp deals and i still to this day. Don't know how they were running through that grass without seeing them but tough was pointing and relocating and pointing and relocating and i was. Walking was like side-by-side neck and neck with tough until finally those birds started getting up and then there was a pile of them. There was yeah no it was like what was good for me is like you know we. None of us have been in that country before we all went up there. And i kind of joe some of those roads and and so. I checked that area and i was like you know. This is a good area and we. I think someone said you know there. Better be birds as far as we had drive here and you could have garrett. Might say yeah. I think it was here that said that and you couldn't ask for anything better to get birds that quick out of the truck. It's like it made me look like i really knew what was doing. But there's a lot of luck that came with them to be right there but it was a good time like the washing the dog work and everything and you know it was. It was good. I think you and matt each got a bird out of that. Yeah so and that's where my came in. And then i do know there was. There was a lot of walking a lot of burtless walking after that. But hey that's that's burdening montana fauria. Well that was a that was a fun trip. And that's kind of a enough reflecting on that one but hopefully we'll get a chance to walk the uplands again together soon. That would be. That'd be a good time. But let's i don't wanna i definitely don't want to breeze over your physical recovery and you're in the hospital and again we don't need we don't need to go too deep into it but just briefly tell us what happened and kind of get us up to speed on your road to recovery and get back out there this fall. Okay yeah so long long story short and you know going back to that film. We talked about a little bit back in. I can't remember it was two thousand eight. I got real bad back injury and it kind of really has been my my anchor as far as wanting to fulfill my dreams and hunting goes. I don't let it. I didn't let it stop me but it definitely slowed me down. I'd still go hunting. Still do things. But i never got to do like exactly what i wanted to but with the with the back pain came not being able to do lot of physical stuff came. And i've always been a big guy a lot of weight gain and stuff like that. So i had the i gained quite a bit of weight. I wasn't able physically get it off And so i ended up having Gastric bypass and come home and tell my wife like something's wrong. Some you know the doctors told me okay Something's not right so we go to. The hospital is just two days later. They tell me there's a blockage so then i went. Septic and i had kidney problems that i had heart problems. I had infection. Problems had all kinds of problems. And that's why. I was in the hospital so long. And it really set me back but Got out of the hospital. I was wasn't sure what i was going to be doing. Or how is going to be doing anything and stuff like that. Slowly day by day just kept pushing myself and kept pushing myself. And i've got to the point. Where i've been able to go on some hikes i've been able to you know for going to the mountains and i've started working my dogs again. I've really had to push my my family's really been there behind me my daughters and my wife especially my my wife's been more than iraq of of this whole thing and She's always been there for me but She so i've just had to keep pushing myself in. You know today is out. There aren't got up about little before four took off a couple of hours from billions and it was working dogs. And so it's a blessing an you know with the surgeries. Come quite a bit of weight loss. I think i'm right around one hundred pounds right now since march. So that's been the big focus of my life of the as of really had to push myself to to recover at the pace. I need to but also mentally. Just keep pushing myself and do the things that i love and so i'm looking forward to you know guys you don't get out there. Opening day like august is so much more so much for me to be out there working dogs as it was. I was focused. The whole time on august to be able to get out there when the birds mature and working and stuff like that that it's five august is finally here and i'm working dogs and i'm just couldn't ask for more that's awesome. I mean i know you. You told me most of that when we talked a couple of weeks ago but cash. It doesn't sound like it was any easier. This style do man. That's that's just brutal. No it was definitely a hard thing A lot of the. I guess the doctors and stuff said that you don't know how how i'm alive but somehow i am and i guess she gets. There's a good reason why. Yeah that's for sure. Why i also i've never had the pleasure of meeting your wife. I recall in the film. That project did with you back in eighteen. I mean you talked about how critical she was there. I mean man you. You got pretty lucky with her very lucky. I got a very very special lady in my life. And so she's she's been good and if it wasn't for her. There's you know i probably would have made it through this. I wouldn't be where i am. I and Sh- she's just really. Everyone says you know. I say she's the rock but more she's more of the the diamonds that cut the rock. She's she's been very very supportive and very much there and it's been hard hers well but she's always been there for me. I do recall also when you're covering you know she was. She stepped up in a big way and she was running your dogs and taking care of alum guests that she was doing a lot of that this time to yet g. e. She's been her and my daughter's a felt that my youngest one's really into the she's got her own bird dogging and everything so she did a lot but my wife just she's been taking care of things with as well which is a blessing. I if anybody who has bird dogs no how important. They are to yeah. Let's let's talk a little bit about your dogs just because again. I mentioned tough. And he's he's still around he's fourteen but tell me about the dogs. You have what kind and what you have right now. So i'm still straight britney's and i always toy around with that idea of getting a pointer in there and.

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"deary" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

09:28 min | 4 months ago

"deary" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Refer to a specialist in pechanga city and my father immediately next day took me to shallow city to find a pulmonologist a chest specialists. I saw this chess specialist at and he ordered an x ray and the x ray so this chess specialists sitting in high but basel. That's the name of the big buzzing city. It's like one of the shops. He go in there. And that's the is written on on on the back of the door. He's a special in the next door. There is the extra machines they he asked me to get an x-ray you go in that i got an x ray. He took the x ray and put it against the whiteboard when he examined he wait me. That lost a lot of weight. As while i was just like a walking skeleton. He very cardiologists. Just sit outside and he was speaking with my dad. And i think it was pretty curious child size when ten. Try to listen to what he was going to say to that and he told my dad that i have sixty seventy percent chance of dying because my two close will pretty advanced and i was so large that my body won't be able to fight it off my father it. Just don't on the numbers. Tell me what to do to save my son. I will do anything so my father would want take defeat he will not accept it in a despite those figures despite the fact that he didn't have the means to feed me he said i will figuera then he told my father. You have to feed meat. Fruits milk all the things that we take some for granted head. That's what was missing in the refugee camp. My father said i'll do it and he got the medications. We came back to the refugee camp. And that's when the treatment started both from the nutrition side as well as from they medication line. I kept going back and forth to this daca. And that's when. I forged friendship with him at beside michael musician with my parents mud siblings. My very actual conversation was with the doctors. You e was looking forward to seeing him. Every two three months on would awesome of questions. You know what is this. What is that a. How does this work. How does that work and he sold. It was curious medicine and finally he. On one of the last visits he gave me a stethoscope and a black and white textbook that though somebody I couldn't read any anything in. It was so amused by all the pictures and they became on toys. I had no toys in the refugee council. Became my toys and that monday might inspection because on one hand i sold the power of healing that he could heal me on the other hand. I saw so much suffering there families who are actually suffering for more than we did for example there oftens without parents. There were people who had would disabled because of war. You can imagine you know what they were going through. So i sold a macaw. Do you know this medicine cash. We treat people. You can actually do good you. Can you can heal people so that was me being inspired to medicine. So he stayed for three years and we came to afghanistan. It's extraordinary am. It's seed of passion that that experience really sewed and you never lost sight of that. I mean it just seemed to be that once you would have experienced it was embedded. Was almost that it was just wasn't even going to be a question you. We're going to become a doctor. Was that clear for me. I think it was gradually. That inspiration became bigger and bigger so we can't get inspired in my view at various stages of our lines when from our experiences interactions with people when they see inspiration. People talk with them. They can give some sort of an idea of what to do things especially if we haven't thought about it starts burning fire but then cheap depends on us as as the environment so when we came back to afghanistan in london onto one the civil war broke out in nineteen ninety two and that was again a street maastricht fight because if which we had to again and haydn set us from the he rockets bomb but that inspiration was with me that i sold it. Wow you know. I can heal people through through studying medicine and i saw the importance of medicine during the civil war as well on a daily basis. Seeing people dying seeing people being hut by bombs all illness illnesses. But on the other hand i could see actually people can doctors in hospitals and various places in clinics treating people and doing those so that kind of inspiration became bigger and bigger and i kept doing it. More more became an inspired by most of education. That happened in this whilst resolve reading. Whatever books were vital outside. I used to tune into c- to learn english. So that's how. I learn english a little bit and and i found a window through which i could see the rest of the world. That's gave me an escape from wool. So for me when i was tuning in completely zooming into that wild web people were having dinner. No idea what. I was listening to buy. Could remember listening people saying like how going ongoing among friends tonight. I'm doing this. I'm meeting for dinner as they would. Even say like oh. I'm going to wash my dog. And i was like. Whoa you washing your dog. We have to have so. That was something that stuck with me. And i said i will ask people. Is that true not that you actually wash your dogs. Because we just simply didn't have water especially in refugee camps. They would bring in tanks of water every two days. You have to win you little A reservoir of woods end strength from that that was the clean basis. So that was my Escape to an imaginary Then i would before going to bed also imagine that i will have a nice flat the i would be going to school. I'll be f- driving Can you imagine. I still drive so that that doesn't come true so we driving to work and i'll have this family an. I'll be becoming doctors at old. That and that will that way. I would descend myself sleep to sometimes actually escaping into imaginary world works. That probably will something that i was kept pursuing as well subconsciously despite the war ongoing spotlight knowing what the future would hold at so that the the settle lost fifty nine hundred ninety six and again. There was a lot of internal displacement that we had to flee from one city to another informed pot of the country to the other and just for safety and in ninety-six Took over and the the conditions became us especially the economic condition. That vote is close the and and there were many other problems as well because my father had to drive a taxi six months to be able to sacrifice for the entire family and in one thousand nine i came to i was fifteen years old. I came to age where my life was actually under threat and there was a risk for me to be taken to the military service and one morning. We woke up and we found it. An entire house was flattened by rocket. Everybody gone just flashed overnight with it and so that's when my parents decided that yes we can let go a few now to go and find your own way somewhere and go to the uk a non story in and of itself as completely extraordinary because it wasn't as simple as buying a ticket to the uk you had to procure passage and it wasn't legitimate is probably the fairest way of saying it was dodgy. Actually you were told to destroy possible on the plane but that And i won't spoil the book please. Deary burke this because it's wonderful but unfortunately that activity caught the attention and your first your first footsteps on british soil where essentially running away from police officer having a scuffle and your first night in the uk we spent in felt. Is it felton yes. I was In a prison. Cell and heathrow. The next day was taken to feltham so as stay in fulton for about ten days absolutely so again my escape from afghanistan was straightforward. And that brings it on the ramp or in point is that the refugees when they flee wall. They don't have the roots..

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"deary" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

03:34 min | 11 months ago

"deary" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"deary" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"deary" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Scott Simon. Homemade Ricotta. Deary's memoir is a public cry to be recognized and remembered by the person who would ordinarily be Closest to her in life. Her son Here. Wash doctor Canary and acclaimed writer professor of literature and advisor on equity for women to the Afghan government that her scent taken from her arms after her husband declare their marriage over in a three word. Text message. Divorce, divorce divorce. He wanted to take a second wife into their homes. She's written a memoir to try to tell her son who is, she says, will grow up to inherit the country about the lives of women in Afghanistan, including hers. Her memoir, dancing in the Mosque and Afghan mother's letter to her son. In America Dairy joins us from Couple Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you for invitation Made to your program. How do we in the West begin to understand what life has been like for your generation of women. During Soviet occupation, and then the Taliban, You know, for woman in Afghanistan is not different where you are leave or then you are living. It's means that when we are Afghan foreman, we always carry our history. Not our Joe Graphia during off Taliban, I remember Lead on my best friend. I remember she Akiba, Another best friend. That is gold were close and We saw each other in our house. Time times If the family all of us to see each other. I remember that was really bad. But I wanted to say our life was not only in the bad or hard only in that period of Taliban in period of democracy also Woman and gives doesn't have a good situation in this country. At the age of 13. You became a teacher of girls and secret, didn't you? Yes, exactly in my house and also in their mosque. And it was the mosque where students showed you how to dance. Exactly. It wasn't like class for writing and reading. It was like a collapse for reading the Koran. Is sheriff. The Holy Book off Muslim. How did it feel the dance? I remember that together. Who and the boy also I even more remembered the face off the boys who dancing around the girls. The dance was really good and perfect. You were almost discovered, weren't you? Yes, you know, and Taliban never count on me as a teacher and never take me with the serious and don't care about me. When the girls or boys dancing in the class. The toilet came in the attend the mosque was a 10 big tent. On. He also saw the dance, but I told him that is not a dance is a light caps. Punish them for the girls and the boys. Who couldn't read or honest sheriff. Very well. You were married at the age of 17 and I have to ask. Was there any love involved? Huh? Honestly? No, I'm married because my husband, my ex husband living in Tekken on and he was a student's off politics law. He promised me to make a scholarship and take its collection.

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"deary" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"deary" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Bradley trainer. Yeah. Did you see these numbers? So I came across the story earlier this morning, and I thought to myself self we really need to tick tock start selling stuff at the state fair. So it turns out we now know who made what during the twenty team soda fair, which is perfect timing. If think about it because we're just at the start of another non cold season. We're headed towards the state fair incentive away from the state fair. Exact, but we've got some numbers first of all if I just asked you who do you think made the most money at the Minnesota state fair last year, who would you think of the vendors? It's gotta be sweet Martha ding ding to the ding in the dish. Bucket of money they'll shoot booking money. She made like a like a lot of book of seen made so many buckets the money anyway. And there's you know, there's a fascinating story about sweet Martha's, by the way, you should just read it 'cause she didn't wanna start selling cookies see now that is selling something else. And I'll leave you to believe that as the taste Rita the full story. But in addition to sweep let me start with sweet, Arthur. Yeah. Because I want you to be thinking in the meantime, yet, what would you sell? I've got it at the Minnesota safe air and thinking about for years on I'm very curious excited. But first of all I want to tell you that with her three locations, we Martha's has earned four point seven median dollars. That's how much they brought in last year. I mean that is unreal. When you really consider an I know listen, I know that it seems like it's twelve days of work to us because we're only at the state fair for twelve days. I know that it is more than twelve days worth of work to work at the Soviet and ours isn't even actual work right now have to do work. I I meant the hours like the Minnesota ours. You know, like we get to visit for twelve days, but the process of working at the fair making food at the fair is more than twelve day experience. But still it is a lucrative experience. When you've well it out like Marin away because the next in line number two the mouse trap, which God who doesn't want trash cheese herds, those are the rules. And I don't know if they're the regionals, but they're the ones that I always get the ones inside the food building one point three five million. That's only a ball or I should say one point three five because I don't know how to do math one million three hundred fifty five thousand. So I just find that to be incredibly interesting because sweet Martha's four point seven or four million four point seven that the one I don't know how to do math almost five million dollars worth of cookies and the next person in line is the mouse trap at under one and a half million. Yeah, that's crazy. Right. And she's making more than two time reading as much as their best apprised at the third in line though for the vendors who made the most of the Minnesota state fair. And I know I'm reading a list right now. So that sounds really exciting. Don't worry cullings going to pitch us on what she's going to sell the state fair in just a moment. But number three really surprised me it, I only know what it is. Because I also read this list, but I'm pretty sure three was the dairy building. No, it not the Deary Bill vote the dairy dairy association. Yeah. It's not just the Deary. Barn or the dairy bar in the building. But also, the all the milk can drink where have those big teats, and you just walk up in Moee. Yeah. Nestle. It's so different from what happens. You know? Okay. I'm not gonna do you doing right now? Are you? Okay. I'm fine. I just was gonna make a dirty joke. And then decided not to do that. Thank you Bradley was talking about nuzzling the teats at the dairy barn. They give you a Cup. Thank give you a cover. And then they, you know, recently twenty five cents, by the way. That's an interesting story. But I also wanted to tell you that it's followed by corn the fresh French fries fried pickles, blue barn, Turkey, legs, another cheese. Kurd outfit. I won't even name them. Because I don't feel like they're the rich. And then giggles. Never been that rounds out resident top ten all the people who make so much money at the fares. Now, you said that there is a food item. You would sell at the Minnesota safe this for years, and I cannot believe you cannot find this at the state fair Pretell. What is a.

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"deary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"deary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Numbers of Central American. Families are crossing the border many seeking. Asylum in the US, Joel rose NPR news, Washington and world financial markets. Asian markets ended the day mixed territory. The Nikkei the main market in Japan on about a quarter of percent. The hang sang in Hong Kong up. Nearly a half percent. European markets are trading higher this morning. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. This is WNYC from New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. Fifty degrees, some fog and miss right now. New York City, we could see periods of light rain throughout the morning and early afternoon with a high today near fifty degrees orthodox Jewish day schools in Brooklyn say they're trying to keep their unvaccinated students from attending classes, but parents are in cooperating so now one of the city's largest yeshiva networks is threatening to expel any unvaccinated student and all of their siblings. If the parents disobey Samuel stern is a spokesperson for United till miracle academy. He says it's a safety hazard and regulatory problem. They want to make. They're going to be consequences. So knowing that to get it schools network has already been fine more than twenty four hundred dollars for violating health department. Rules and faces thousands more in penalties. A man has been providing intelligence to the US government after pleading guilty to planning terror attack in two thousand nine here in New York will soon walk free WNYC sheen about soup at the Brooklyn courthouse. It's really the best scenario Najah z could have hoped for a ten year sentence of which he's already served about nine and a half. Judge. Raymond Deary read from court documents, outlining how cooperatives Ozzy has been while in government custody and saying the information he's provided about Al Qaeda and its members has undoubtedly saved lives. The judge called this and unthinkable. Second chance and told us you earned it in a twenty ten guilty pleas Ozzy acknowledged that he and two friends planned a suicide bombing in the New York City subway, his defense attorney said he's hopeful. He'll be released in a matter of days, not months New York City's public housing systems to get criticized for grouping, low income residents in certain neighborhoods. But that's changing the NYU firm centers determined that more than eighty percent of public housing apartments are in high income areas in Goodell is the center's faculty director nearly a third of homes in east Harlem are in public housing developments nearly one in five homes and a lower side or public housing. And so those public housing developments promise to maintain some level of economic diversity while public housing residents benefit from better schools and low crime Ellen says the problem is that they don't often mix with the people outside of their developments. Congressional Democrats are hopeful that funding for a new tunnel. New York New jersey, we'll get prioritized a group of local congress members toward the current north river tunnel yesterday they were joined by Hieaux congressman Peter defazio chair of the house infrastructure committee who was asked whether the proposed gateway tunnel will make it into legislation. Well, I'm writing the Bill in my committee, and I can guarantee that this is one of the projects that will be included those designations, but we need more funding earlier in the week, the president met with congressional leaders discussed two trillion dollar investment for compromise on an infrastructure deal. This is WNYC 707 support for NPR comes from visiting angels, professional caregivers assisting adults in bathing, dressing, meals, and light housework nationwide. Visiting angels, America's choice in senior home care office. Locations are visiting angels dot com. Is.

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"deary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"deary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"At the school tried to deal with the aftermath and Vargas says the entire campus has bonded after the attack lay candle down. Nobody should have to lose their life in a place. Where they're trying to get their education. But I think this is only meta stronger more of a family, and I'm not happy that has happened. But I'm happy that we're just really coming together. Investigators are still searching for a motive for the attack financial markets. Asian markets ended the day in mixed territory. The Nikkei the main market in Japan down about a quarter of a percent. Hang saying. In Hong Kong up nearly a half percent. European markets are trading higher this morning, US futures contracts also higher. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. This is WNYC in New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. Six oh, four fifty two degrees. Overcast right now, we do expect patchy drizzle for the most of today today. Fifty two degrees right now in New York finder stacking up against orthodox Jewish day schools that have repeatedly failed to turn over immunization records to New York City health department inspectors as the measles outbreak continues to worsen United Talmudical academy in Williamsburg has been cited more than ten times for not turning over its record Samuel Sterns spoke on behalf of the Sheva network which runs about a dozen schools committed to go through the process. But they wanna make sure that all safety precautions. That's what added due to the outbreak Adam place and fully follow everyone so far twenty three hundred dollars. In fines have been upheld by administrative judges and the school could face another ten thousand dollar penalty for subsequent violations. A man has been providing intelligence to the US government after pleading guilty to planning terror attack in two thousand nine will soon walk free WNYC she made about sue was at the Brooklyn courthouse. It's really the best scenario Najah z could have hoped for a ten year sentence of which he's already served about nine and a half. Judge. Raymond Deary read from court documents, outlining how cooperatives Ozzy has been while in government custody and saying the information he's provided about Al Qaeda and its members has undoubtedly saved lives. The judge called this and unthinkable. Second chance and told Sasi you earned it in twenty ten guilty plea Zaza acknowledged that he and two. Friends planned, a suicide bombing in the New York City subway, his defense attorney said he's hopeful he'll be released in a matter of days, not months nearly five years after Eric garner died at the hands of police the disciplinary trial for the NYPD officer charged in the case is coming up this month. But the city still waiting for the results of a federal investigation. Made a Blasios says the administration has repeatedly reached out to the Justice department for their findings. But there hasn't been an update there's nothing there's no indication of decision or whether there will ever be a decision, and it makes no sense to me that will prosecutors are investigating whether Garner's civil rights were violated. Ten advocates are appealing to state lawmakers to strengthen rent regulations and closed loop holes before the end of the session and Whitford reported on this forgotten. She says this first hearing in Manhattan included testimony from a man who lives in south Williamsburg, Brooklyn, basically said, you know, I want you guys to remember my face because I could be New York save next homeless person. If. Is art closed. The proposed bills would extend protections to renters in non stabilized apartments and make it harder for landlords to dramatically increase the rent on renovated units. Some patchy.

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"deary" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"deary" Discussed on KCRW

"News. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. The White House is hitting back at the special counsel report in a letter sent to the attorney general the executive branches taking issue with Robert Muller's decision to lay out numerous instances of possible. Obstruction of Justice without making a prosecutorial decision. Here's NPR's kief. The letter from White House special counsel emit flood to the attorney general criticizes the Muller report as making political statements it argues Muller and his staff failed in their duty to act as prosecutors in particular flood takes issue with his oft-quoted phrase from the Muller report while this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime it also does not exonerate him. Flood writes that the report is a prosecutorial curiosity part truth commission report and part law school exam paper the letter goes on to say that while President Trump did not assert executive privilege over the mullahs report. He hasn't waved. His ability to instruct. Aides to decline to testify before congress tamra Keith NPR news has been providing intelligence to the US government after pleading guilty to planning a terror attack in two thousand ten will soon. Walk free should meet Oba sue from member station. WNYC was at the Brooklyn courthouse earlier today for his sentencing. It's really the best scenario Najah Woolas e could have hoped for a ten year sentence of which he's already served about nine and a half. Judge Raymond Deary read from court documents, outlining how cooperatives Ozzy has been while in government custody and saying the information he's provided about al-qaeda and its members has undoubtedly saved lives. The judge called this and unthinkable. Second chance and told Ozzy you earned it in a twenty ten guilty plea Zaza acknowledged that he and two friends planned a suicide bombing in the New York City subway, his defense attorney said he's hopeful he'll be released in a matter of days, not months for NPR news..

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"deary" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"deary" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. The White House is hitting back at the special counsel report in a letter sent to the attorney general. The executive branch is taking issue with watt mother's decision to lay out numerous instances of possible. Obstruction of Justice without making a prosecutorial decision. Here's NPR's kief. The letter from White House special counsel emit flood to the attorney general criticizes the mullahs report as making political statements it argues Muller and his staff failed in their duty to act as prosecutors in particular flood takes issue with his oft-quoted phrase from the Miller report while this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime. It also does not exonerate him. Flood writes that the report is a prosecutorial curiosity part truth commission report and part law school exam paper the letter goes on to say that while President Trump did not assert executive privilege over the Muller report. He hasn't waved. His ability to instruct. Aides to decline to testify before congress tamra Keith NPR news has been providing intelligence to the US government after pleading guilty to planning a terror attack in two thousand ten will soon walk free. A SU from member station. WNYC was at the Brooklyn courthouse earlier today for his sentencing. It's really the best scenario Najah Lozada could have hoped for a ten year sentence of which he's already served about nine and a half. Judge. Raymond Deary read from court documents, outlining how cooperatives Ozzy has been while in government custody and saying the information he's provided about Al Qaeda and its members has undoubtedly saved lives. The judge called this and unthinkable second chance and tolds Ozzy you earned it in a twenty ten guilty plea Zaza acknowledged that he and two friends planned a suicide bombing in the New York City subway, his defense attorney said he's hopeful he'll be released in a matter of days, not months for NPR news..

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"deary" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"deary" Discussed on KOMO

"A while for the city to recover. She says snowplows will be able to clear main roads. However, there are some concerns about sidestreet these a combination, you know, some of our residential streets. Some of them are wide, and some are very narrow with cars parked on both sides when kids are out of school if you're trying to decide which road to plow down, and you can't see the visibility because of parked cars. We have to take that in part of the assessment, obviously, we want parents to be aware to Durgin says she understands kids my wanna get in that last round of sledding, but they should do it in a place that is safe and all this snow and ice has led to limited garbage collection. And komo's Charlie Harger tells us now there's a plan for how to clear the backup in Seattle money. Harrow was Seattle public utilities say she knows it's been tough with so many of us having garbage in yard waste piling up. Many Monday customers have gone without two pickups now. So she says they're the. Top priority. If your pickup is normally on a Monday habit out by first thing Wednesday morning, and if you've gone more than a week without pickup. The city will allow free disposal of residents garbage recycling or food waste at city transfer stations between February thirteenth and sixteenth. You do need to be a city customer for that. She says pickup schedules will be extended into the weekend as they tried to get back on schedule. Charlie harder. Komo news. Got a lot of snow here. Snoqualmie pass got more than four feet in forty eight hours. Forcing an indefinite closure of interstate ninety DOT spokeswoman summer Deary says the avalanche danger is just too high were cleared off the avalanche control work there. It's gonna be quite a bit of borrowing going to have to take place.

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"deary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"deary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Century around had a speak public speaking programs Daij speakers who speak about the Powell speaking and the influence of speaking confined, you can such Ted in his very few speakers of speak on the power of listening. The reality is it's very western orientation. Let me take two different perspectives on this when we look in ancient cultures. And I look at the culture the the land on which I live in a Austria, the sixty thousand years, the first nations people, the strive the aborigines have inhabited the land in a in a peaceful and coexistent WI with the Landau hunters and collectors, and they they fist sixty thousand Jobin. We have a would cold Dodd Deary Dadi remains to listen to flee to listen, deeply I to yourself. To the lands in which pot off and to the people that you connect with on those lands, and then if we go to China and look at the ancient culture of the Mandarin emperors, they have Tom Cole team T A N G ting in Mandarin Maine's to listen, and to is very explicit. But if you soul ting written in Mandarin script, it's a six dimensional character in only two dimensions of that are about seeing and hearing, and then whether you got to the Maori cultures of New Zealand just down night as the night of American communities on which you'll pod off will the annual communities of Canada, all of them told to the puck and Powell of listening because I will old tribal peoples and the white you communicate it was around campfire in the tribal. Late atoll stories. But if you didn't listen, you literally died, you know, if you didn't pay attention to be told that's where the wolves in this ancient myth and style away from that, you weren't gonna be pot of the tribe going full when the other thing the other cultures. Do the cultures used silence in a much more nuanced and meaningful. Why than we do in the west if you would watch US TV right now just have a look at a TV show and say how much time goes between each posted speaking. It's it's limited. If anything there's always interruptions and questioning coming over the it's like a kind of titled tennis, ping pong match taking place. But if you go to China, will you go to Japan, will you go to Korea will any of the Isan cultures, which it considered high Comtex cultures went said particular y Mont Maine. Yes. And yes. At a particular y Mont may know, but you have to be listening Catholic to the silence in between that in fact, the son of a thority in go right ladyship in the eastern cultures is your ability to listen through Sahlins as well. So I think in the west one of the things we have to reconnect with is we spent the twentieth century learning how to speak we need to spend the twenty first century learning. How to listen, I think that's the productivity hack of the twenty th century who spent half out digesting, and we just get one percent better at it. Imagine the difference that might at home of work in society in communities churches in politics and the ripple effect. That's going to have around the globe with say, no shortage of lots of speaking. But not listening in political discourse. And yet win on will connected unified in countries or in people's as we have at any point in humanity. We ask you we go from the information age to the. The listening age would be would be dramatic. And thanks these sponsors for bringing us today show..

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"deary" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"deary" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"She also said Anamar that Alexander Akhazia Cortez's proposal to tax the super wealthy people who make above what was it seventy about ten million dollars a year to tax them at seventy percent. She said that doesn't go far enough. Here was her explanation. What she thinks the tax code should be. There are few things that we can do. One of them is that we could increase the taxes that people are paying who are the extremely wealthy in in our communities. Seventy percent eighty percent. We've had it as high as ninety percents. I think what picks up for a lot of people is taxing the rich up to eighty ninety percent or seventeen and you know, one percent must pay Fisher. Okay. The one percents. Let me explain something. The one percents are not people making ten million dollars or above per year there people making 'bout four hundred thousand dollars per year as a couple and she's talking about now taxing them at ninety percent at ninety percents, by the way, if you think the Democrats are gonna stop there. You're totally wrong. I mean, they're not gonna stop there because the truth is there just isn't enough income from that group to support any of the programs. They're talking about as I've said repeatedly on the program, if you want Denmark, type, socialism, you have to have Denmark type tax rates, and that means sixty percent taxation, leaving aside the VAT tax on people who are making like sixty grand in above because we're. Spend even more than Denmark on these programs is that this is just it's just madness. The Democrats have gone completely radical on all of us. And that's why Cory Booker can't run as old Cory Booker. He can't run as the bipartisan guy who was going to reach across the aisle. No-one his party wants that even his opening campaign ad which is purportedly about unity. All that's going to go by the wayside. It's going to be about who can punch Republicans more strongly in the mouth and Democrats now have to engage in this sort of self delusion where they are actually moderate. It's pretty amazing. It's pretty amazing the leader in self delusion in the country now is Paul Krugman. Now, Paul Krugman wanna Nobel prize not for economics generally mean 'cause 'economics is an entire field. He wanted Nobel prize for his trade theory stuff is tricked Deary stuff is quite good, Paul Krugman on everything else the man has done, and when it comes to politics. He's particularly ridiculous. So he has an article today ripping on Howard Schultz, which has become the stock in trade for the entire left-wing media. Howard Schultz is the bad guy. Howard, chills is a bad guy because he's a centrist. We don't need centrists right now. Here's what Paul Krugman writes, try. To trying to convince himself almost the Democrats are not in fact, radical he says, why is American politics, so dysfunctional, whatever the deep roots of our distress the proximate cause is ideological extremism powerful factions are committed to false views of the world, regardless of the evidence notice that I said factions, plural. There's no question that the most disruptive dangerous extremists are on the right? Well, I mean there there is a fair bit of question about that considering the Democrats are now talking about overthrowing the entire American healthcare system. Overthrowing the entire American transportation system and restructuring the entire American economy. If I had to make a bet I would say those people are slightly more dangerous than Donald Trump tweeting stupid crap from the White House. He says, but there's another faction whose obsessions and refusal to face reality. Also done a great deal of harm. But I'm not talking about the left shocker. It turns out that there are factions that are bad, but not the left. The left is not a bad faction. Radical leftists are virtually non-existent in American politics. This is Paul Krugman writing this a radical leftist radical leftists are virtually non-existent in American politics can. Do you think of any prominent figure who wants to move up move to the left of say Denmark? Denmark is pretty far left dude in Denmark, as I just mentioned has tax rates that are unbelievably exorbitant on people who are lower middle class. A what are you even talking about? But I guess when you re shift the entire framework of politics so that suddenly Denmark becomes middle of the road. All right. I mean, I guess it's the thing. You can do he says he's really worried about fanatical centrists fanatical centrists, he says, I there's an obsession with public debt..

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"deary" Discussed on The Queen's Court

The Queen's Court

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"deary" Discussed on The Queen's Court

"And they did it tonight. My special guest of honor. Is none other than the legion? Deary Tae the Liege Deary take the t. Hey, y'all been a law supposed to decrease the frequency what wait a minute hold on somebody's playing. Hold on. Let me. You will daddy excuse me. We're we're we're recording a podcast of beer, usually. Usually, you're not here on time. Using you get out here about nine fifty five. Oh, I don't. Oh, I know. Now, I was gonna go deeper to the rail, but I love and I had to really think. Give me a lag. Not really far you about. I bet you go through a rough patch right now. So I gotta dig it to you. Right. The deep like that. D d. Never then it's a rough patch at the south. Became holiday weekend. The decay by Luther Luther game. Got all over the state of eleven baby. Got. Keillor to that may. Vulture and then Ukraine, we know. He's out a lot of little balls. Do a done with. Tonight. We're gonna have a lighthouse from you about good Judy Tatum, t you know, the very attractive very five BQ, Honey, Honey. And if you guys. BQ is would you like to inform BQ is? Yes, maybe a B Q is old Massey's thickening Butch going. Give you the best above world, giving you top bottom maths limited everything in between give you all the things that you like right now give you more Meigs rated famous. I because you know, the girls want to get that tonight. I mean, you know, you see me I'm giving you masculine cherry. But I'm giving you more famous. I because you're hear my voice. Football heavy. With those the ocean waves. Audience casinos line right now. So tonight, we have a of things on the docket of whatever. And I want to tell you that are very excited that you here because you know, you wanna hold on. We're once again. Once again, we gotta stop because listen the next time about spare. You'll be I'm sorry. I love you. Digging into the work..

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"deary" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"deary" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Under obviously not gonna move because because of of Trump supporters if only because of putting pressure on it only means we have to find a way to make sure that those people wishes get right on the Pelosi's desk front and center. Well, I'm sure she heard all of it. But you're right. She's not going to move until people inside tell her. Hey, you have an opportunity to do something with Dhaka and TPS, which by the way means temporary protected status. And I think the president said there were about two hundred thousand I read there were almost four hundred thousand of those folks out there, maybe that includes family members. But if the progressive end sees hope for the dreamers. They might push on this and might say go in and negotiate right now. I'll have to wait and see we haven't had any feedback initially. We might get some before the top of the hour. I did mention that dick Durbin had come out the democrat from Illinois and said, it's just not gonna work even before the president said anything that's got to be frustrating to know that the opposition party thinks you're wrong. No matter what you say. It's got to be irritating as all get out. So that's a tough one Frank. Thank you for jumping in on this. I think I've turned to take another call here. Mike in Alexandria. Donald Trump just wrapped up a speech, offering an olive branch, maybe a little wiggle room for Nancy Pelosi, and the Democrats what did you think, sir? Yeah. I think he did exactly what he needed Deary started off the speech by talking about.

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"deary" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"deary" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"And then just take an a big old Dookie in the bed. And I think we all knew it was going to happen, and they routinely do this. They show in the bowl games. We're here. We're awesome. We played northwestern state west, and we just killed them in Clemson. We'd like we're ready for you. And guess what they weren't ready, and it's like out of like, Ohio State. I would have rather seen Ohio State in here. I would rather seek Georgia and here I would have rather seen so many more people in here. The Notre Dame you guys just listen I just reading for Notre Dame because I love their colors, but go need to get in a conference. Isn't that a fair assumption light you can't keep coming to these things and not have a scheduled? It's tougher counterpoint. You can keep coming to these things and make money and get your heads beat. It in because you they don't have to in conference championships. They can kind of handpicked on schedule and they played a fine schedule. But it's just it's frustrating for other teams. Probably when you go you, you know, who the maddest was UCF. Oh, no. Because you see if you have gotten your heads beaten into I wish UCF Notre Dame will play every year. And we just don't talk about them thinking about them. And I love you guys for being undefeated. But no, one cares. Okay. No, one cares because you don't play schedule. But it's just frustrating. Just you can take up a spy at least be good like Oklahoma. They don't play defense. But they had a lot of fun on offense. That was great. That was interesting in our you had predicted that the score we did an over under on. What was that? I think seventy five points over under with seventy nine and it hit on the head. I know. And I never thought it would be that. That's insane. That's why Las Vegas keeps building casinos in. We not what is your green light? Okay. So it's been a minute since we record it. Because obviously we took the holidays off when we pre recorded some staff. But I do want to let everyone know that. I saw Mary Poppins returns. And it was the green light of my dreams. It was so good. And I've had a couple of people online told me that they didn't like it. And they can they can keep their pants and living their house forever. I don't care it ever need to see them in public. I thought it was delightful. I thought everybody, and it was great. I loved like, obviously, Emily blunt. But I loved I loved that. It was innocent and pure, and it was a nice hat tip. And let me tell you Julie Andrews, you're a garbage person for not doing the cameo that they clearly picked out for you. I don't understand why you would go in the voice be in aquaman and not be in the film. So Angela lansbury had to take your place, and she was delightful in it. But still like, it's it didn't make sense if you did a Angela lansbury dead or alive. I would have guessed dead in this moment. Well, she's eights feels like she's close even in the in the song like section it just like how she's singing she's singing for real wake. Wake she thinks hard core. Like the teapot that she is. So she did great. But I also my green light I want to give a green light to because I watched a lot of stuff on Netflix recently. And we're going to get to your green light in a second. But I I like was going on a trail of like, nothing's good. Nothing's good. And then I hit Deary girls, which is a TV series. Would you like to guess what dairy girls is about Deary girls? You liked it? I loved so dear girls has to be the story of a group of orphans who are left on a dairy farm, and they have no way to provide for themselves except to milk the cows and sell it. But then they get kidnapped and sent to Bolivia and there in the sex trade, and then somehow they liberate themselves, and it's based on your story. Okay. For the record. I do wanna see that made. Thank you very much because that's all right up. My alley, but dairy girls, it's D E R Y, and it's all. It seems unfair..

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"deary" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"deary" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"And then just take an a big old Dookie in the bed. And I think we all knew it was going to happen, and they routinely do this. They show in the bowl games. We're here. We're awesome. We played northwestern state west, and we just killed them in Clemson. We'd like we're ready for you. And guess what they weren't ready, and it's like out of like, Ohio State. I would have rather seen Ohio State in here. I would rather seek Georgia and here I would have rather seen so many more people in here. The Notre Dame you guys just listen I just reading for Notre Dame because I love their colors, but go need to get in a conference. Isn't that a fair assumption light you can't keep coming to these things and not have a scheduled? It's tougher counterpoint. You can keep coming to these things and make money and get your heads beat. It in because you they don't have to in conference championships. They can kind of handpicked on schedule and they played a fine schedule. But it's just it's frustrating for other teams. Probably when you go you, you know, who the maddest was UCF. Oh, no. Because you see if you have gotten your heads beaten into I wish UCF Notre Dame will play every year. And we just don't talk about them thinking about them. And I love you guys for being undefeated. But no, one cares. Okay. No, one cares because you don't play schedule. But it's just frustrating. Just you can take up a spy at least be good like Oklahoma. They don't play defense. But they had a lot of fun on offense. That was great. That was interesting in our you had predicted that the score we did an over under on. What was that? I think seventy five points over under with seventy nine and it hit on the head. I know. And I never thought it would be that. That's insane. That's why Las Vegas keeps building casinos in. We not what is your green light? Okay. So it's been a minute since we record it. Because obviously we took the holidays off when we pre recorded some staff. But I do want to let everyone know that. I saw Mary Poppins returns. And it was the green light of my dreams. It was so good. And I've had a couple of people online told me that they didn't like it. And they can they can keep their pants and living their house forever. I don't care it ever need to see them in public. I thought it was delightful. I thought everybody, and it was great. I loved like, obviously, Emily blunt. But I loved I loved that. It was innocent and pure, and it was a nice hat tip. And let me tell you Julie Andrews, you're a garbage person for not doing the cameo that they clearly picked out for you. I don't understand why you would go in the voice be in aquaman and not be in the film. So Angela lansbury had to take your place, and she was delightful in it. But still like, it's it didn't make sense if you did a Angela lansbury dead or alive. I would have guessed dead in this moment. Well, she's eights feels like she's close even in the in the song like section it just like how she's singing she's singing for real wake. Wake she thinks hard core. Like the teapot that she is. So she did great. But I also my green light I want to give a green light to because I watched a lot of stuff on Netflix recently. And we're going to get to your green light in a second. But I I like was going on a trail of like, nothing's good. Nothing's good. And then I hit Deary girls, which is a TV series. Would you like to guess what dairy girls is about Deary girls? You liked it? I loved so dear girls has to be the story of a group of orphans who are left on a dairy farm, and they have no way to provide for themselves except to milk the cows and sell it. But then they get kidnapped and sent to Bolivia and there in the sex trade, and then somehow they liberate themselves, and it's based on your story. Okay. For the record. I do wanna see that made. Thank you very much because that's all right up. My alley, but dairy girls, it's D E R Y, and it's all. It seems unfair..

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Celtics vs. Sixers: Boston stole one in Philly

First Take

02:08 min | 3 years ago

Celtics vs. Sixers: Boston stole one in Philly

"Well you say thinking about championship i'm thinking about the road to a title and i think that the biggest impediment to the warriors success this year is the houston rockets i don't think anybody else has a chance of beating the golden state warriors it's houston and so if everybody's been chirping about houston and everybody's been talking about houston i am going to sit up the say we're ready i'm not again i have no problem with what draymond said i'm just talking about a preference i'm saying for me i would have wanted to hear him sitting job and talking all this time about houston let's get it on what the k one so do i do i sorta john y'all were y'all y'all wanted us we want y'all to let's go that's what i'm saying next you're holding up line ma'am what did you say you're next in line for the waterslide ma'am feet forward and enjoy the ride okay deary this does look fun i know the wicked witch of the west on a waterslide surprising what's not surprising how much you could save by switching to geico yeah geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percents or more right now on the collins billy looking to avoid elimination again tonight in boston the sixers have a five hundred road record in the postseason but the celtics are six at home this postseason accused him for that might be terry rozier who has nearly twenty points per game in those six home games but less than thirteen points per game in five road games now sixers big men joel embiid is looking to tied to can be matombo 's sixers record of seven straight playoff games for the double double matombo was the last six or to do that back in two thousand and one and rookie jason tatum is looking for his seventh straight playoff game with the least twenty points he would pass david robinson and the rookie record books and be only three games away from tying lew alcindor nineteen seventy record of ten let's get you back to i take.

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