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"dokan" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"dokan" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The top spot, followed by Boston and New York, six parable. That's number one day long say water we don't really pronounce her teams. That's just a Philly thing. And you. Your sexy sexy. That's right. No one's ever called the sexy before. But I love it. You can call me sexy any day two week. Somebody said you got a point there. Devitt KYW, NewsRadio abortion in the news this morning. We have two reports where we start in Missouri, where the governor Republican Mike Parsons says, he'll sign a new abortion restriction Bill in the near future. No exact date given yet the Bill passed the state Republican led house in first Russell Kuensel reports from the capitol in Jefferson City protesters filled the halls outside the governor's office, that's inside the capitol building at times. They were so loud. It was hard to hear the debate going on inside the house chambers. The vote with one ten to forty four for passage of a sweeping abortion Bill that criminalizes abortions after eight weeks and only allows an exception for medical emergencies, but not rape. Or incest Bowen, Republican House member chevet Dokan changed his vote because of the lack of exceptions. And there are also questions about who decides what a medical emergency is under terms of the Bill doctors who perform abortions could face five to fifteen years behind bars with. Women who get abortions would not be prosecuted continue our coverage now with reaction to other states. Also took strong stands this week on abortion responding to the nation's most restrictive law on abortion activists have taken aim at media companies that use Georgia as a production hub, along with Alabama based on a such as Hyundai and Mercedes Benz day. After Maryland, and Colorado officials told staff not to travel to Alabama to protest. It's abortion law passed this week. People took to Twitter to say they were cancelling convention visits and beach vacations to the state. They'll Rakoff CBS news. Investigators say a team doctor at Ohio State University sexually abused. Dozens of male students for years. The details from correspondent, but Michigan a report by a law firm hired by state university, says a former team doctor sexually abused. At least one hundred seventy seven men from nineteen seventy nine to nineteen. Ninety seven and the university..

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"dokan" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"dokan" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Forest during noise ninety two and nineteen Ninety-three. Caroline, Jane, Clark United Kingdom, Deborah, Phyllis, Everist, Australia, James, Harold, Gibson, Australia, and you have shade Jimmy Kabu, Kurt nor Gabella Jimmy Samoan. Loretta schnoodle, Germany, JoAnne, Lesley Walters. He nodded kingdom. Nothing can separate us from the love of God in cross James's. Hell lord. Race related along saw at the Plock has James Gibson's mother peg thanked to those present for their prayers and support same as a mother of one of the young people buried here in the forest feel can talk for my own family. But also feel whatever I say will be echoed by the other families involved. Permeate face said police would not stop hunting for the killer. Remarking this is a crime, which the New South Wales police would deal love to solve. And I'm sure the entire Nusa whilst community would want to know that someone has been brought to Justice. To assist investigators with our dinner firing suspect. Several criminal experts will called in to create a Sarka logical profile of the Bolenga low serial Coa the I was assembled a buffer antics saw trust Dr road, Milton who had visited h crime sane upon Nettie scullery. Hey, concluded the murders. Followed a similar patent and were premeditated by someone of seond mind, yet the way the bodies were haphazardly covered by forest debris suggested that even the killer planned to commit the attacks. They may have been prepared when the obituary actually presented itself. It was clear to dock Milton that the perpetrators acts were driven by a need for power. And that they derived pleasure from brutality. After attending, Joanne Walters and Caroline clocks crime sane Dokan Noten devised a theory that he stuck by throughout the discovery of the remaining victims as will seven backpack is killed in a number of different ways with varying levels of violence. The forensic psychiatrist was certain the murders were not the work of a sole perpetrator, but akilah peer working in tandem, the separation of the paired Bolenga victims indicated the perpetrators sort privacy from one another whilst carrying out their assaults. A concern typically reserved for fenders who are related Doke, the Milton concluded the killers were brothers with the oldest bane the more dominant of the pair, the frenzied Stubbings were probably committed by the rebellious younger brother who wanted to leave a Mark while the calm and controlled older brother used the firearm. Doctor Milton believed the familiarity in which the kill is traversed. The forest implied deliver locally possibly together. There were probably low income earners which compelled them to keep the backpack. His belongings not just the service trophies. But because the items were valuable and useful their interest in farms Khuda main they belonged to a gun club or participated in related hobbies such as hunting docked, Milton stressed that price falling was not an exact science and acknowledged the similarities across crime saints. Also implied the Killa may have acted alone. However, he proposed these commonalities could have been the result of the dominating older brother who had the fauna word on how the crimes were carried out. Dr Milton's multi perpetrator theory was supported by Dr Richard Basham Asarco logical anthropologist who will say provided inside into the profile of the Bolenga low serial killer. Doc, the Basham explained to kill his use of a Sahlins suggests that he lived in a fiend to see world where he himself as an outlaw. And therefore he may own a motorcycle he believed the perpetrator didn't leave in a remote rural area. How the was they would've used their own property to carry out the attacks. They'll know hey to was open to differing possibilities. Don't the Basham. Agreed the separation of the period victims strongly indicated that more than one killer was involved in the crimes, however, he conceded that a killer acting alone may have divided his victims for control purposes, or because he was unable to perform in front of a non muka..

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"dokan" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"dokan" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Say about this. Yeah. And that's really that's that's mostly what I got on smash brothers. I did try to sort of do what Yulia does and come up with like some little we'll rhymes to try to try to remember the things, you know, those are let's can be helpful. So if it's a sprite that says had Dokan that streetfighter, my good friend. If what if blood and gore on the screen, it's moral combat even when green. If it's never into d that's tech in that you see. And if not a bar but percent that's the super smash brothers Gent. So it's very good as good at those. A lot. I think that wraps it up and hopefully, she'll listen to this. And no, which one is which. So. Yeah. What if what do you got today? Well, thank you. First of all, I I think I'd ever played Tekken for sure and I've play those other three a little bit. But I certainly couldn't remember them in my head is, and I think I really will be able to. Yeah. And then in my quiz coming up. I went into there's there's so many out there to talk about. So we're going to. Yeah. We're gonna talk about maybe some more obscure things in the quiz. So look forward to that. All right. So for my topic, I was doing some spring cleaning as you do. And I brought in a prop can you? Tell me what I have here in my hands. You have a clear plastic case of playing cards and cards, and I looked at it. And I thought why is that there? How did that get there? And I looked at the other side. And it says a perfect pair dillon-lee. I remember I got this at a wedding. Okay. Shout out to Dylan Lee share. Fans, and I was actually then curious what about the playing cards himselves? What's the story behind that? Because I don't really know sort of how we got to where we are are playing cards. So we have. So I thought I'd do a quick dive into what's gonna playing cards. Joker smoker. So here's here's what I learned. And that I'm gonna teach to you, my friend. Josh. All right. Playing cards were invented in say it with me, China t nine okay, we workout for you going for a place, there visited China as so many things have been right about the ninth century in some form as best we can tell the early cards that there are documented evidence of head sort of more instructions on them sort of similar to community chest in monopoly unless like numbers and suits and things like that. Cards bearing some similar to what we know of today with a suits and numbers, I came out sort of near the end of the thirteenth century, at least documented still in China. Looking to like. Used similar Louis to poker chips in that. They had some monetary value socio with them. But they also use the play the games. Such as the early trick taking game Madeo. Eight. Which in these early cards? There were suits and the suits. They had were coins strings of coins myriads of coins, and a myriad is ten thousand then tens of myriads of coins. So all sort of monetary values. These coins sort of spread throughout the world from from their traveling through Egypt, the suits that are transformed into coins polo sticks which the sticks may have been sort of the strings of coins. Looked like that may have been a reason that they changed cups and swords, and the cups may have also come from the Chinese character for myriad which looks a little bit like a Cup if you turn upside down so a little bit of a cultural change things going on there. And then swords, which are basically like a more bad ass version of a stick which I get that. Now, those are also as tarot cards to write cups swords. Yes. And so there are some similarities to those things as well. Okay. In in Egypt. They also added kings and viceroy I officer and a second officer sort of suit. Number. I just wanted to play stratego..

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"dokan" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"dokan" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Because I didn't know my husband was out of town, and that's a sign of pain. So that's when I took her to the vet. So then I was aware of it. So a couple of weeks ago on a Sunday night. Afternoon Barnes, it was acting weird. It was the Sunday before the eclipse, and we were laughing thinking, well, maybe it's the eclipse, maybe defects animals, you know, how storms they can tell something's happening. Who knows? But he came inside. He wouldn't come up the stairs. And then he was acting kind of weird, and he was limping a little bit. But he's very klutzy. And sometimes he just limps a little, and he's just he's he's an odd dog as we know. But we love him. And we brought up the stairs. And Shawn said something's not right with him. And he's doing that shivering thing. Like Kashmir did. And I said, Nope, that's pain. And it was about eight o'clock at night. So we finally said, that's it. We're taking to the vet. We took him up there. And they looked at him 'cause we've been afraid maybe he busted a knee or something, you know, you can tear need just like a human can. And the vet said looks like he's almost eleven or he's eleven now. It's arthritis is setting in looks like in the back, hips and the knees so they put him on anti inflammatories. And now, we have an appointment with our vet and a few weeks to see what's going to make sure that's what it is. But yeah. It was the shivering, and I would not have known that if not for Kashmir. But that is a big sign. It's the panting. It's the grimacing the drooling, and then that shivering intermittent shivering is what that pain sign was. Well, there is quite a lot of ways that you can figure out if your dog is in pain, and sometimes they're hard. Sometimes they the changes in behavior or you dogs are so good at covering their pain and showing that pain sometimes, you know, they're paying on for a long time before you even notice it. Well, and that's the would you mentioned behavior. That's right. Before the shivering started earlier in the day. He was acting weird. And he sometimes we'll go up and lay in my closet. He likes dark space, especially when the storms coming or something. But he got in the shower. I just taken a shower, and he went in the shower, and he hates the shower. And he wouldn't come out. Like, what are you doing standing in there? So he was exhibiting IB was just standing there. Panting looking at me and to get him out. I turn the shower on I got him out of the shower. And then he was just being really weird. So that was did you say there was a storm happening at that time knows the next day was the eclipse, but sometimes when there's a storm coming he'll go into the closet or he'll do something. But it was a beautiful day know the night before here. You know, great, of course. So so, okay, there's my friend. We swindle her. She's from the canine massage guilty, canine massage therapist. She she writes, there's thirty five subtle ways. Duke show, their muscular pain, one is gate change. So Gators the way adult moves and a dog will only change the way they will could move for a reason. So. Limping lameness hopping hopping throwing a leg GRA crabbing, which is elbowing out. So it might be very subtle. Don't see or suddenly, you might be able to see it and go. Okay. That don't is this something happened. Second thing is changing behaviors is. So you noted something very odd that bounced he did that he hadn't normally done, and they can become grumpy did you notice any more grumpiness anymore because has his issues. Was grumpy than usual. Yeah. And sometimes he tries to get cashmere to play, and he had no interest and same thing on the other side where when Kashmir before she got sick. He wanted to play with her and she would just sit and growl at him. Like get off me. I don't want. They can you know, don't feel good. Yeah. Exactly aggression as well. So I might not be their usual self. They might curl up just not wanted interact so adult that was really into interacting is now not not into that this post to change dogs back arching or concave. So that Dokan arch school reaching and concave is called sway back could be very subtle. And I know when jasmine has a stomach ache. Her back arches. Oh, she has a stomach ache. When she does that so coked flicks. Did you realize that what probably the subtlest symptom of Maceda painful happens often form in the dog's coat which mirror the shape of the muscle underneath. So it makes perfect sense. Because when a muscle is injured and unable to perform correctly, it creates a pull on the skin above it. The hairs of the Cote grow from the skin at the muscles, very tight. He has made Hibbitt blood flow to the skin causing circulation. So the coat can often become dry and course, in a certain area of the Dokes, buddy. So if you look at your coat, or if you go to swell here or there of a dry patch here, or there might not be paying. But if it's something that you see that's just come on. That is different get to know your dog's coat, and what way it lies, and if you see a swirl these see it standing up somewhere, then be aware of it. Now with Sadie, for example. I know when sometimes she's whether pain. Is because sometimes at the base of tail the hair will suddenly stick up. I know that I need to message that area a little bit because she's feeding pain in that area. I also noticed different coats swells along her in her coat at various points, especially right, her hips. And I know she's having a particularly difficult day also dry hair that kind of thing. So look, and then, of course, it dislike being groomed. So if you had dogs that didn't like to be touched or anything like that. Now that could be because they're paying or the sensitive it tickles when you touch them. But if you've had a dog that's been fine with grooming. And now all of a sudden, isn't that sit don't force it, please don't force. It don't think all the Dokes trying to be dominant over the dog's trying to be stopping don't force it that ducks trying to tell you something. So that not wanting to be touched not wanting to be groomed is a sign of it. So that's just five ways. And then, you know, pain Dokes start to maybe salivated little bit shaken Shiva. Like you. So it's at intermittent shutt-. Yeah. Then Osas on I notice when I took Sadie sometimes, and I just even touch she does little flinch not with a head, but just didn't her skin. So that I realized that that's very sensitive area. So then I'll go again, and I'll touch again. And then and then she seems to be fine with it. But we really got to recognize not just the major changes you can see. But also this subtle changes dogs in pain. Right. I agree because you know, the whole thing is with Kashmir win her. Seek them knew. There was a problem in something had happened. But we weren't one hundred percent. Sure. I didn't know it was just something. But had I missed signs beforehand that something was happening. Did it just happened that day? I wish I would've known because I would have gotten a right to the emergency vet that she ended up going to as opposed to you know, we took her to a different vet. And you know, so it does it's just a lot of money to and a lot of time. So well, she's great. She's got a great. You know, you a great guardians for her. I mean, she couldn't be in a better place. Really could she thank you? Well, hopefully, not at least she's eating. Well, there's that. We'll be right back right after these messages. Stay tuned..

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"dokan" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"dokan" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And I went online to look because I didn't know my husband's out of town, and that's a sign of pain. So that's when I took her to the vet. So then I was aware of it. So a couple of weeks ago in the Sunday night. Afternoon Barnes, it was acting weird. It was the Sunday before the eclipse, and we were laughing thinking will maybe it's the eclipse, maybe it affects animals how storms they can tell something's happening. Who knows? But he came inside. He wouldn't come up the stairs. And then he was acting kind of weird, and he was limping a little bit. But he's very klutzy. And sometimes he just limps a little, and he's just he's he's an odd dog as we know. But we love him. And we brought up the stairs. And Shawn said something's not right with him. And he's doing that shivering thing. Like Kashmir did. And I said, Nope, that's pain. And it was about eight o'clock at night. So we finally said, that's it. We're taking the vet. We took him up there. And they looked at him because we'd been afraid maybe he busted a knee or something, you know, you can tear me just like a human can. And the vet said looks like he's almost eleven or he's eleven now. It's arthritis is setting in looks like in the back, hips and the knees so they put him on anti inflammatories. And now, we have an appointment with our vet and a few weeks to see what's going to make sure that's what it is. But yeah. It was the shivering. And I would not have known that if not for Kashmir. But that is a big sign. It's the panting. It's the grimacing the drooling, and then that shivering intermittent shivering is what that pain sign was. Well, yeah, there is quite a lot of ways that you can figure out if your dog is in pain, and sometimes they're hard. Sometimes they the changes in behavior or your doctor so good at covering their pain and showing that pain sometimes, you know, they're paying on for a long time before you even notice it. Well, that's the would you mentioned behavior. That's right. Before the shivering started earlier in the day. He was acting weird. And he sometimes we'll go up and lay in my closet. He likes dark space, especially when the storms coming or something. But he got in the shower. I just taken a shower, and he went in the shower, and he hates the shower. And he wouldn't come out. What are you doing standing in there? So he was exhibiting. I'd be standing there. Panting looking at me and to get them out turn the shower on. I got out of the shower. And then he was just being really weird. So that was did you say there was a storm happening at that time knows the next day was the eclipse, but sometimes when there's a storm coming go into the closet or he'll do something. But it was a beautiful day. You know, the night before here, you know, great, of course. So so, okay, there's my friend. We swindle she's from the canine massage guilty, canine massage therapist. She she writes, there's very five subtle ways took their muscular pain, one is gate change. So. Gauges the way a dope mood and adult will only change the way they can move for a reason. So limping lameness hopping even hopping throwing a leg GRA crabbing, which is elbowing out. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So it might be very subtle see or suddenly, you might be able to see it. Go. Okay that. Yeah. Is this something happened? Second thing is changing behaviors is. So you noted something very old that bounced did that he hadn't normally done, and they can become grumpy did you notice any more grumpiness anymore because you know, has his issues. He was grumpy than usual. Yeah. And sometimes he tries to get cashmere to play, and he had no interest and same thing on the other side. We're when Kashmir before she got sick. He wanted to play with her and she would just sit and growl at him. Like get off me. They can you know. I feel good. Yeah. Exactly aggression as well. So they might just not be their usual self. They might curl up just not want to interact so adult that was really into a is now not not into that this post to change dogs back arching ogling concave, so that Dokan arch school reaching concave sway back be very subtle. And I know when jasmine has a stomach ache. Back office. Oh that she has a stomach ache. When she does that. So cooked flicks. Did you realize that what probably the subtlest symptom of muscle pain of all happens often form in the dog's coat which mirror the shape of the muscle underneath. So it makes sense because when a muscle is injured and unable to perform correctly. It creates a pull on the skin above it. The hairs of the Cote growth on the skin at the muscles. Very tight has made Hibbitt blood flow to the skin causing poor circulation. So the coat can often become dry and course, in a certain area of the Dokes, buddy. So if you look at your dog's coat, or if you go to swell here or there of a dry patch here, or there might not be paying. But if it's something that you see that's just come on different get to know, you'll Dokes coat and what way it lies. And if you see a swirl view, see it standing up somewhere, then be aware of it. Now with Sadie, for example. I know when sometimes she's where the pain. Because sometimes the base of tail the head will suddenly stick up. I know that I need to that area a little bit because she's feeding pain in that area. I also noticed different coats swells along her in her coat at various points, especially the hips. And I know she's having a particularly difficult day also dry hair that kind of thing. So look at the data, and then of course, dislike of being groomed. So if you had dogs that day might be touched during thing like that. Now, that's could be because they're paying the sensitive tickles when you touch them. But if you've had a dog that's been fine with grooming. And now all of a sudden, isn't that sit don't force it. Please don't force. It don't thing. Oh, the Dokes trying to be dominant overdose. Trying to be stopping force it that dog's trying to tell you something. So that not wanting to be touched not wanting to be groomed is a sign of it. So that's just five ways. And then, you know, pain Dokes start to maybe salivated little bit and shake and shiver. Like you. So it's an intermittent on like a little bit shutt-. Yeah. Then also. And I notice when I took Sadie sometimes, and I just even touch if she does little flinch not with a head, but just didn't her skin. So that I realized that that's very sensitive area. So then I'll go again, and I'll touch again. And then and then she seems to be fine with it. But we really got to recognize not just the major changes you can see. But also this subtle changes dogs in pain. Right. I agree because you know, the whole thing is with Kashmir win her seek them per se. I knew there was a problem in something had happened. But we weren't one hundred percent sure, you know, I didn't know it was just something. But you know, had I missed signs beforehand that something was happening. Did it just happened that day? I wish I would've known because I would have gotten a right to the emergency vet that she ended up going to as opposed to, you know, we took her to a different bed, and, you know, so it does it would save a lot of money to and a lot of time. So well, she's great. She's got a great. You know, you a great guardians for her. I mean, she couldn't be in a better place. Really could she thank you? Well, hopefully, not at least she's eating. Well, there's that..

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"dokan" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

10:17 min | 1 year ago

"dokan" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Your opinion that the markets will stabilize by the end of the second quarter. So does that mean for you looking for that it's that it's mission accomplished for OPEC? Or is there a consideration or concern that you might even need to go below the one point two million barrels a day, excuse me beyond the one point two million barrels a day of cuts in this first half. I think we've proven I've said it before it happened that we should never really look our hands off the wheel. You know, the market is is very small deviation from balance shocks the market. And I'm not talking about prices. Only investments the corporate plans and business plans. Get shaken and turned upside down. After two or three weeks of. Downtown. And so I think it's important for the producer's producers will join us to really stay focused on keeping supply and demand nearly balanced. Once we bring in the tourists below the five year average and keep it. But if we leave the market to its own devices. Then then we lose control. And therefore, I would never say I would never say mission accomplished because I think the miniature say that you dear off and get off the pathway. Sure and Saudi Arabia has done more than its share in the cuts on a way of guaranteeing their success. Have you gone below ten point two million barrels a day of production in this period? Which is your Europa Clement. Our? Non-opec? Limit is ten point three three. And we've brought it down to ten point two in January. I believe targets for February is below that it's approaching pinpoint one. But there could be a small adjustments in the domestic demand. So we will we'll find out in February. But under all conditions. Saudi Arabia is going to be well below the voluntary cap that we agree to for the full six months for the first six months. There is no intent unless unless unforeseen conditions. Bring us all together. Like, we did six months ago in June of two thousand eighteen to lift. To the targets of the cups. We to deviate from our commitment. We also had two major acquisition of chemicals company. We did not know that it was sabotage because we've heard about waiting for different opportunities of which saboteurs one. And we finally went opportunities arose with with PI fully figured out more synergistic. The one with mortification opportunities. We jumped on it. And we're talking to finalize the deal. So that is enough self-generated cash. It's not enough by itself would go into complementary to with the bond and other. Catamarca market tools that we have loans. We could we could. I think it depends on what is the payment terms. I mean. Ultimately, I. The payment doesn't have to be a bullet payment on on one day. So when negotiating with? On what are the payment terms? That are good for them. And also good for us. That's that's part of the negotiations that are taking place. Once once those terms are completed that would determine whether whether this bond program needs to be complemented with other borrow the payment terms that extended over longer periods of time. That would allow us to do a lot to pitch from subject to cash. I mean is that a possibility of face purchase where Perenco takes a bit of it now. And then additional no. The way I'd like to see is crucial. As soon as we close we still have to go through anti trust and other regulatory steps. But as soon as I've done, we we would rather just get get all of the shares, but we could have seller financing included to allow us to pay over time. Meanwhile, Saudi officials are talking to businesses to see how the government can adjust to economic reforms after rapid changes hit the private sector. Hard Economy Minister, Mohammad wage we spoke to Bloomberg. Andrea. Do admit that some of the reforms does that we've been into us with tough on some of the markets. However, we now really engaging with consecutive dialogue with the private sector to see how the government can make switches changes here and there to achieve some objectives. For some additional context the Credit Suisse Middle East, managing director. Welcome back to the program. Thank you. Let's start with the oil component of the story. We had also the folks from ACB Brent crude forecast for the next two years because of stronger-than-expected US shale production. You listen to the Saudi energy minister does that change? We used to add on. I think Saudi has been very vocal in terms of the message. And they're very strong message is that they will manage supply. They will stabilize the market. They're just not gonna let the market operate on speculation, which I think actually marries rose with with our views. If I look at credit Suisse's view, where we're forecasting advice to stand on the sixty five number for the next four months. No, right. So all all steady as more or less. We'll stay on the oil. The other component is. Of course, the announcement of these deals a lot of deals thirty seven deals. In fact, was fifty three billion dollars. And another twenty nine were also announced that those are valued at nine hundred and sixty million dollars or part of this infrastructure fund, this vision that they have your response to it perhaps a bit more positive than what we've heard on this show in the last few days. It's quite a bit of skepticism with the latest details. Is that skepticism removed for you? I it depends on how you look at it. Okay. So I think the market speaks for itself. So if you look at like any infrastructure related stocks yesterday cement being what have you has outperformed the market yesterday, and it was mainly driven by region and Dokan investors rather than foreign investors. So what I'm trying to say here is that if you look at local investors, they actually believe that they're excited about them. They know that the country needs infrastructure investment again when it comes to announce the mega projects, obviously, it's always over overtime and foreign investors on the country would always be a bit more skeptical. So again. You wouldn't see foreigners jumping buying cement stocks, actually, see local market investors driving that how long is it gonna last? It's always depends on delivery. Right. So if you actually see these invest investments materializing again, it doesn't have to be with the same size because mega projects are always announced in bulk. But it takes time to to phase out. But if we actually see the execution on the ground than argued that the action's needed in Saudi then I think it's going to continue to be positive for the market. We've seen a lot of announcements from the Saudi Arabian authorities. It's almost getting a little bit too much. According to some investors in terms of some of the sectors that you like you to date we've broken down some of the best performing sectors on the Dow looking at banks looking at food and beverages. I mean, he's a double digit returns in less than a month. Is that the wheel new direction of twenty nineteen what I should be looking at. Well, let's not forget that a lot of this is positioning ahead of MSI inclusion. Right. So and if you look, for example, like pet cams results were not that. However, actually, still the stocks perform, and is what I'm trying to say here is that regardless of what's actually happening on the ground in terms of the strength of of those companies with the strength of the earnings the event, the independent that's taking place in terms of influence and the positioning this taking place ahead of that is is is much of a stronger wave. Let's put it this way. So I gotta think be sectors will still continue to outperform Saudi will outperform the rest of emerging markets. It's up ten percent today as gonna continue that into MCI at least until the end of Q two. We had you a property names. Getting absolutely hammered smashed the last six months on the Dubai index. And then you have this latest report from L, and they're saying, you know, what we're seeing so much supply coming into the market possibly more downside for property prices. Evaluation play here for for these property names that make them attractive. The property names are cheap. But the Schieffer reason and argue actually they gonna get cheaper. So regardless of the numbers that we've seen from the property report. I think the market knew that. And that's why we've seen this underperformance significant on performance for the past six months or more. And actually think is going to continue if look on the ground to supply, and demand dynamics, it's very obvious. That is more favourable look at prices again without without even going into details or numbers, I still think we still have a long way to go in terms of the downton abbey say prices, and let me draw your attention to the other story out of Egypt. I know that's been high on your radar the central Bank governor spoke to Bloomberg just a couple of weeks ago. And he already warned that there will be more volatility different pound. And now we're here we've seen quite a bit of movement on the exchange rate advancing the most in almost two years is he going to widen out that band even further you can allow for more movement on the currency good. Good question. So a lot of people argued that the currency was somehow managed again, we've seen reserves reach. A very healthy point. But the the the the reason I would be bit worried about the different power have always been very vocal that I thought they did print is going to be extremely stabilized. He's for for for the post, and he did, however now we've reached a new cycle when you need to shift from let's say the the short-term trade with a treasury Bill rate into actual investments. I d is that hasn't happened yet. So the private sector or Reagan foreign investment hasn't really come into Egypt. I'm talking X oil and gas because it would always be distorted by oil and gas but gas we haven't seen that shift. So if that continues with it actually affect the currency, assuming that we have a free market and the central Bank does not intervene. The answer's yes. But the question is would be central Bank, intervene or not always very catching up with you. Thank you very much for coming on the program better. Use the Credit Suisse Middle East managing director. All right.

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"dokan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"dokan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"WBZ news time to eleven thousands of soccer coaches from around the world are in Chicago for their annual conference, sixty five hundred soccer coaches from around the world or at McCormick place this weekend for the United soccer coaches convention. This is the first United soccer coaches convention in Chicago since one thousand nine hundred eighty three and the first at McCormick place. Mayor Emanuel was on hand to welcome the attendees, and he invited them to check out the neighborhood. You have the largest polish me outside of Warsaw is right here in the city of Chicago. If Chicago's Mexican American community was a city in Mexico. It is sixth largest city in Mexico as all your fans that exists exist in all different parts of the city, Chicago. And then the mayor kick the soccer ball around that a demonstration pitch and even took a shot on goal at McCormick place. Rob heart. News Radio one zero five point nine FM. Governor elect Jay Pritzker says he will double the salaries of his top aides using his own money Pritzker announced the anew. Usual arrangement in advance of his inauguration. Next monday. The extra money will come from an organization that Pritzker set up specifically for this purpose. He'd already pumped more than one hundred seventy million dollars of his own wealth into his campaign to defeat governor. Rauner and Aurora man's been sentenced to seven years behind bars for a drunk driving crash in Naperville it killed his best friend. The Tribune reports thirty six year old Michael VERA pleaded guilty to aggravated DUI in the two thousand sixteen crash that left his passenger Thirty-seven-year-old David Dokan of Aurora dead. The accident happened early in the morning of November twenty third 2016 on Naper boulevard, south of Ogden avenue. Police in northwest Indiana's say a trail of lies. You're a flew out of shoplifters car window during a high-speed chase police say they found four bras and fourteen pairs of underwear alongside the road and inside Holly. San sounds car following the chase Wednesday night the northwest. Indiana times reports the thirty four year old nearly crashed a number of times and she reached speeds of nearly one hundred. Miles an hour. The paper says she resisted officers who had approached her in a Kohl's parking lot before the chase and told them at the end. She didn't have anything on her paper says in jail sandstone was found wearing two pairs of underwear with the tags still on ANSI hardy NewsRadio on what? Oh, five point nine FM. We'll get a look at your AccuWeather five day forecast. Find out about the snow headed our way and the latest in sports next WBZ news time, two thirteen listening..

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"dokan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"dokan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ben Jarvis Brad Ellis Tarik Glenn back in the studio and thanks so much for spending your Saturday night with us. Fifteen minutes left in regulation. Bearcats have at twelve point lead thirty five twenty three a word of caution. If you're feeling like this one is just about over USF has three wins this year where the bulls were down by double digits in the fourth quarter and came back to win. They trailed Georgia Tech by ten and one they trailed Illinois by twelve points in the fourth quarter and what they trailed Tulsa by fourteen in the fourth quarter and came back to win. So they've been in this position before Bearcats have to drive a stake through their heart in the fourth quarter. And this one. Yeah. No doubt about it. And these guys have athletes and all it takes is one play. We've seen that already. Is. They are capable in right now. Third fourteen fifteen actually, Dan you just gotta make a play here. Give up a little bit yardage. That's fine. Make a punch. Cincinnati leads the all time series eight two seven, but the polls have won three in a row and all three of those victories had been blowouts thirty three to three last year in Tampa, forty five to twenty the last time that USF Nipper, and I don't even want to mention the score of the game before that it was kind of the beginning of the coach. Copper Bill would Cincinnati bell behind fifty one two three at the half. I play of the fourth quarter is third down and fifteen USF converted on third down and fifteen on its last scoring drive on a twenty four yard pass to Saint Felix when he should have been tackled marker exactly two by two formation for USF all a Dokan looking toward the sideline. Laps. The hands catches. The shotgun snap. Looking left has to scramble to the left now guns it into the bench area? He had to throw it away. Giral white was about to pop and the balls will punt. Yup. Commodity fits was their marquee. Marie copeland. Was there Giral white was right in his face and threw it away. No chance did a great job of getting out of there as a quarterback, but he had no place in throwing going backwards as fast as he could just fired it into the bench temperatures dipped to twenty seven degrees. I believe it was thirty one at kickoff. US with an all time record of one in five when the temperature is thirty eight degrees, or colder. Here is a low short putts. It'll be fair caught acrobatically by all the night. He misjudged the flight of the putts it as he was charging forward. He had to jump up falling over backward landed on his rear end the fair catch at the Cincinnati forty four yard line at thirty six yard putt. A little bit of acrobatics on the other end to threat trench Snyder. The punter. Dot touched and did a little flop. Thanks snyder's. An interesting story. I mentioned early in the broadcast these twenty eight years old, he's from Australia. He is a former construction worker he had his own company for eight years bricklaying framing deck building tiling decided to try his hand or foot it Pontic. Here's a hand off to Charles McLellan wedding wide left to the fifty to the forty of USF tackled from behind at the bulls. Thirty nine yard line nights. Pick up on the first play of the drive her freshman Charles McLellan. I'll tell you what. Great job to buy chase. Sean jackson. Down the field blocking and not holding. Did a great job there. Look like officials were looking at him in. I mean right on him and needed a great job of creating space fifteen yards on the run the cats have it at the thirty nine yard line of USF leading thirty five to twenty three Ritter. Fakes a handoff. He throws. He has Jackson open and Jay Sean Jackson sprint toward the sideline. For a first down because how to balance at the twenty eight after eleven yard pickup nicely done and well-blocked downfield. Also on that legally by Thomas Gaddis Cincinnati lines up quickly. Ritter catches the shotgun. Snap the ball squirted out of his hand. As he tried to throw a pass. It's recovered by. Under cold conditions. Desmond Ritter, not wearing gloves..

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"dokan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"dokan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cincinnati got top fourteen nine is we get outta Tony pike or gem. You mentioned the the way Michael warm was freed up on that last play talking to bear coaches before the game. They knew that they get a lot of man to man defense from south Florida. It's been the case the crossing routes with the tight ends of credit. A nice little rob look for Michael war to get more catches and look for decided gua- when he goes in motion to be on a leak out of the backfield. Defensively we talked pre-game with a new quarterback in the game that we're going to test them. South Florida's made enough throws down the field. Look for a little bit more zone defense and allow nut front four in front. Seven to try to stop the run. All right. Tony. Thank you. Desmond redder seven for ten thus far for fifty seven yards in a pair of touchdown passes. Chris Ola Dokan four for eight eighty eight yards in what GDP those eighty eight yards. Seventy two came about his I throw the night. The good part is the Bearcats hopefully have shaken that off and that was a big way, and what would your when your team might USF? They've got tons of athletes. They're going to make plays cat scan women that the one or two big plays which would seem to already counting the long kickoff return. I'm okay with that. Ryan Jones kicks it off. He'll kick it. High in short this time, keeping it out of the hands of Bentley. Sanders USF calls for a fair catch around the twenty. Twenty five yard line rhetoric. Lloyd made a fair catch. Yup. And that was my point was either put this through the end zone or keep it out of number twenty sands Sanders. He is really pay you mentioned Johnny Ford who's been in their tailback. A little bit is the faster of the two number twenty. Here's the cat is in there. Now US apps. Best kickoff returner Torres ACL two kickoff return touchdowns this year in the same game tariffs hord ninety seven and ninety eight yard kickoff return touchdowns in the same game in a win over Georgia Tech USF has changed quarterbacks. Brett keen getting his first opportunity tonight is I pass caught five yards up the field by Wilcox. The prolific tight end. When he gets tackled at the thirty one after a six yard gain by Garrick for short pass. But boy, I'll tell you what he said his feet and fired a buyer to BB Brad keyed going with his short sleeves on a twenty nine degree night. Here's a handoff. Cronkite, running up the gut idea stopped one yard short of a first down at the thirty four yard line yet that Johnny Ford the Kerry, not Jordan Krog Friday. Breath. A stranger to this cold weather. Upstate. Ohio. Doubted one, and it's actually more like a happy yard for the USF balls at their own thirty four yard line. Brett keyed walking up to the offensive line now turning to face the sideline where the plays are being signalled has two receivers out. Why did the right what to the left third and happy yard hands it up. Poor running lap breaks a tackle and gets pulled down by white cat. The forty yard line six yard sprint for Johnny four. Michael Pitts had a shot at him. But it would have been one heck of a tackle. And I think he would have still been able to get his body leaning forward to pick out pick up the first down USF goes back to the NASCAR. Look Brad team a junior in his fourth year at USF looking to throw. Nobody opened initially now Heathrow's it's caught Levin yards. Downfield Wilcox gets away from tackle any will run down the far sideline for additional yardage. He makes it to the forty two for a twenty three yard game. Wow. Look like Cincinnati. Had it all covered in cabin was over there. He did a big old with Wilcox. Good player. Brad teen has some happy feet. Johnny drops back to pass on. I had Ted. It's a head off Ford writing right sports through a tackle. And then gets pulled down by commodity fits he escaped Clements. But lake slow down four four to make the stop a thirty eight four yard run. Yes. Tough tough tackle for Clements to but he could've had him very similar to the one that Michael Pitts could have had on the previous. But boy USF move the ball on the ground. Now. Cain not particularly Tali six one. But he's kind of a beefy looking quarterback. He's back to throw standing calmly. This time slings went way down field. A diving attempt by Wilcox and it's a touchdown right at the goal line per US app. How in the world we Clements is there, then all of a sudden was on the ground and that lift Wilcox wide open. It almost looked like an afterthought when the ball left Qian's hands. But boy he fires a strike the Wilcox and terrible terrible breakdown in the secondary. That time I'm not sure what happened. Yeah. Okay. Now that happens. My goodness. Big plays right now killing America. So another lead change USF on top by one tried to make it to. Here comes the extra point from Kobe Weiss. And it is good. A thirty eight yard touchdown pass. From Brett keen to tight end Mitchell. Wilcox USF back on top. We'll take a time out eleven thirty four left in the half. The bulls lead the Bearcats sixteen fourteen bearcat football, presented by energy pellets. America, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl Gallagher. Hello. Oh, thanks giving Kingston outta you know, it isn't thanksgiving yet. Right. What is it kings? Toyota, they're giving three thousand off MS RPM on all new two thousand nineteen Corollas in stock. What about a lease lease a new two thousand.

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"dokan" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"dokan" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Acting weird it was, the Sunday before the eclipse and we were. Laughing, thinking will maybe it's the eclipse maybe defects animals you know how storms. They can tell something's happening who knows. But he came inside he wouldn't come up the stairs and then he was acting kind of weird and he was limping a little. Bit but, he's very klutzy and sometimes he just limps a, little and he's just he's he's an odd dog as we know. But we love him and we brought up the stairs, and Shawn said something's not right with him. And he's doing that shivering thing like Kashmir did and I said Nope that's pain and it was about eight o'clock at night so we finally. Said that's it we're taking the vet we took him up there and they looked at him because we'd been afraid maybe he. Busted a knee or something you know you can tear need just like a human can and the vet said looks like he's. Almost eleven or he's eleven now arthritis is setting in looks like in the back hips and the knees so they put him on anti inflammatories. And now we have an appointment with our vet. And a few weeks to see what's. Going to make sure that's what it is but yeah It was the shivering and I would. Not have known that, if not. For Kashmir but that. Is a big sign it's the panting it's the grimacing the drooling and then. That shivering intermittent shivering is what that. Pain sign, was well yeah there is quite a lot of. Ways that you can, figure out if your dog is in pain. And, sometimes they're hard sometimes they the changes in behavior or you dogs are. So good at covering their pain and. Showing that pain sometimes they're paying on for a long time before you even notice it well and that's the would you mentioned behavior. That's right Before the shivering started earlier in the day he was acting? Weird and he sometimes we'll go up, lay in my closet he likes dark, space especially when the storms coming or something but, he got in the shower I just taken a shower. And, he went. In the, shower and he hates the, shower and he wouldn't come, out like what are. You doing standing in there so he was exhibiting I'd be standing there panting. Looking at me and. To get them out I turn the shower on I got him out of the shower and then he was just. Being really weird so that was did you say there was a storm happening at that, time knows the next day was. The eclipse but sometimes when there's a storm. Coming he'll go into the closet or he'll do something but it. Was, a, beautiful day the night before here great of course so okay there's my friend we swindle she's from, the canine massage guilty. Canine massage therapist she she writes that there's very five subtle ways took shelter in muscular pain one is gate. Change so Gators the way a dope mood and adult will only change the, way they walk and move for a? Reason so Limping lameness hopping even hopping throwing leg GRA crabbing which is elbowing. Out So it might be, very, did see or suddenly. You might. Be able to see it. Go okay that, don't you this something happened second things changing. Behaviors is so you noted there's something very odd. That bonds did that he hadn't normally done and they can become grumpy did you notice any more grumpiness? Anymore. Because he has his issues to see he was grumpy than usual yeah and. Sometimes he tries to get Kashmir to play and he had no interest and, same thing on the other side were when Kashmir before she got sick he wanted to, play with her. And she would just sit, and growl at him. Like, get off me I. Don't want they can you know feel good. Yeah exactly aggression as well so they might not be their usual self they might curl up just not want to interact so adult that was really into interacting is now not. Not into that this post to change dogs back arching. Or going concave so that Dokan arts school wrote ching or going concave sway back could be very subtle and I know when jasmine has. A stomach ache sh- her back arches That she has a stomach? When she does that so coked flicks did you realize that what probably the subtlest symptom of muscle pain of all happens often form. In the dog's coat which mirror the shape of the muscle underneath so it makes perfect, sense because when a muscle is injured and unable, to perform correctly it creates a pull on the skin above it the hairs of the Cote growth from the skin at the. Muscles very tight may inhibit blood flow to the skin causing circulation so the coat can often. Become dry and course in a certain area of the dogs buddy so if you look at your dog's coat or if you go to swell here, or there of dry patch patchy or, there might not be, paying but if it's. Something that you see that's just come on all that is. Different get to know your dog's coat and what way it lies and if you see a. Swirl these see it standing, up somewhere then be aware of it now with Sadie for example I know when sometimes she's Where the pain is because sometimes at the base of her tail the hair will suddenly stick up and know that I. Need to message. That area a little bit? Because she's feeling pain in that area I also noticed different coat swells along her in her coat at various points especially around her. Hips and I know she's having a particularly difficult day also dry hair that kind of, thing so look at the data and then of, course dislike of being groomed so if you had dogs that might be touched anything like that now that's it could be because. They're paying or the sensitive tickles when you touch them but if you had a dog that's. Been fine with grooming and now all of a sudden isn't that don't force it please don't force it don't think all the dogs trying to be, dominant all the dogs trying to be, stopping don't force it, that dog's trying to. Tell you something so that not wanting to be touched not. Wanting to be groomed is a sign of it so that's just five ways and then you. Know pain Dokes that start, to maybe salivate little bit Shake and shiver like you saw that intermittent Yeah Then also. Son I notice when I took Sadie sometimes and I just even touch as she does a little, flinch not with a head but just didn't her skin so that I realized that that's very sensitive. Area so then I'll go again and I'll touch again and then and then she seems to be fine with, it but we really got to recognize not just the major changes you can, see but also this subtle changes dogs in. Pain? Right I agree because you, know the whole thing is with Kashmir when her Siegen birthday knew there was a problem in something had, happened but we weren't one hundred. Percent. Sure you, know I didn't know it was just something but had I missed signs beforehand that something was. Happening did it just happened that? Day I wish I would've known because I would have gotten a right to the emergency vet that she ended up going to as opposed, to you, know we took her to a different bed and you, know so it. Does it would've saved us a lot of money to and a lot of. Time. So, well she's. Great she's got a. Great you know you a great guardians for. Her I, mean she couldn't be in a better place. Really could? She thank. You, well Hopefully not. At least, she's eating well.

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"dokan" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

TEDTalks (audio)

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"dokan" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

"This ted talks features sex educators nina dole big brockman and ellen dokan doll recorded live at headaches oslo 2017 we grew up believing that the hymen is the proof virginity but it turns out we were wrong what we discovered is that the poplars story we're told about female virginity is based on two anatomical myths the truth has been known in medical communities for over 100 years yet somehow these two minutes continue to make life difficult for women around the world the first myth is about blood it tells us that the hymen breaks and leads the first time a woman has vaginal sex in other words if there is no blood on the sheets afterwards than the woman was simply not a virgin the second myth is a logical consequence of the first since the hymen is thought to break and leads people also believes that it actually disappears or is in some way radically altered during a woman's first intercourse if that were true one would easily be able to determine if a woman is a virgin or not by examining her genitals by doing a virginity checked so that third two minutes virgins bleed and hyman our last forever now this may found like minor issue to you why should you care about an obscure little skin fall down the female body but the truth if this is about so much more than an anatomical misunderstanding the myths about the high have lived on for centuries because they have cultural significance.

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"dokan" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"dokan" Discussed on WEEI

"Arrested caucus i knew thought you know before nivea purposes you'd radio right now have i made done i like all great like all great protests abdul to the denial ignored as it is not only over right now was seen rolling birmingham and microtarget street yellow cups turning writing making you go into the parking lot of all the right now at ninety five heatwave waving arabic haldeman you're coming back right now pay for collective holding up signs you're just tuning in a little scary hung up while eve i think he has to are to the police but we are still faced by lighting kurtz interact with the boston police he is currently being questioned by police i'm not sure this was a big fan evolve and navy stupid kirk who still listening the dokan arrested one vaca right there oh o for his hands on with his sounds like you officially been dale eggeling exactly where that serbs aides on by walk in akron of since he fashion engulfed moonlight later or a full with hitting back which early this forum beck kirk idead leg but still all the design or if he gets arrested reliever do while he read i mean it happens right happen every us i think there is actually one of my greatest regrets him i thought i'd idea w arrested for protesting a kat it's not too late you can go over there with them ha had him of his the 'cause i want to i want to die in the plug the story from an himself kirk luther king minute so that it brings us to the present the cops you'll hear and they were questioning kirk we'll see work all ghost i think it's i think has done though i i think that it's a big all the parties involved canada's wanted to go away what do you mean by legal i know i know this you know so the program director mike thompson uh out all this one is that the goal of the programme why should i know the program why should i know their children are these not our program.

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"dokan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"dokan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The dokan information you can look back at least two three thousand bc the two different groups kept all this solid straight for thousands of years independently of each other now for them both to be telling us that got up from a non him in soared either they both miss remembered that peace in the same way somehow mmhmm or out there they also remember that peace correctly and we have to allow the possibility there could have been employed do they echo anything that might be in the bible as well genesis yeah a lot of the lot of the root of the government's dame information um one way uh the i'll bet you references pertain to the jewish bible which is the old testament so yeah there are a lot of a lot of references that tie back import uh biblical got pipped for me tends to be a little bit on the new side uh i'm i'm looking at three thousand bcm before and the biblical references there are almost three thousand years later lurch granted with us his do work is seeking their primordial exploriing rude concepts of cosmological creation talk to us about some of the creation issues you talk about in the book well this all comes out of a philosophy how somkiat this is the underlying philosophy of all the traditions in india um that a christian the buddhist hindu traditions all come out of the same cosmological philosophy and it was a companion peace to yoga and this parallelism between the two yoga is sort of the personal attention side of it and uh trump is the cosmological over universal offensive had of it and uh that in that mindset universes army impairs routinely form impairs and one non material and one material and according to tom care and according to the dog and where the fourth of seven pairs of universe and there's uh a cycle of energy the scrolls manama trudeau side to the material side that as essential for life for the universe as the water natural water cycle is for life.

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"dokan" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"dokan" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"So unless were willing to say that but the dokan priest casually invented buddhism um they could possibly have made it up buddhism is unknown system are who had system all across india in asia blared are you convinced this try was visited by extraterrestrials who pointed out things like the serious star system i am kabbin that a non nonmaterial intelligence was able to find a way to act and i'm material frame and add a compelling motive to want to establish a framework a framework for civilization for us that would preserve the memory of uh the existence of the nam material and might they've gone to more than uh groups other than the dual groans yes actually uh what the dolan him say happen i'm the buddhist do also say happened was they established um basically locale worried structure happen on they brought groups to them abroad groups eight members of the time this is the kurdish new see all over the world of eight ancestors who or qualify mythical who bring civilising skills well according to the dog another buddhist those skills were deliberately obstructed the in a particular place and then does uh students who had learned it went out and transmitted it to their own correct back in 1950 emmanuel zelikowsky wrote a book called worlds and collision back in 2012 lured scranton roads the villa cough ski heresies we'll talk about that too when we come back the daily show updates right tearing box for free with the coast zone newsletter sign up today it coast to coast am dot com.

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"dokan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"dokan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The notion that may be congress and the president should not be too aggressive in trying to unwind some of the regulatory structures that have been put in place semi what do you think we can expect right now there had seemed to be some positive momentum word where regulation reform had been going are we don't know where that is right now but the mean whether or not it's a tweet to the volcker rule whether we're talking about banks holding less capital how does this play out over the next let's say six months two year it could play out so look positively dokan and here's why is it's basically two treasuries put out this report a couple of months ago outlining regulatory reforms some technicality in terms of regulatory requirement but by holding treasuries for example they make it actually even easier to to use leverage and it to use treasuries to leverage to balance sheets that's regularly that's regulation at a little volcker rule which will restrict us at a treasury can issue out legislation make that make that happen dabbled expense the the leverage capacity of banks balance sheet and that can be positive and it must receive very positive at markets now the other point is that the stress tests as we talked about earlier was know is a discussion about like today need to be debt stringent in can they relaxed things dare of course it's very easy to do it as we had a fed of course comes in eichner we will maintain these stress tests rigorous because we need to maintain a tight control of financial stability but at the same time if regulatory capital that these banks a holding is actually higher there was really they should be holdings for the single too much capital which is what the administration views on this point is about to which capital they can do more with a capital that probably will be some relaxation in the stretch to of allowing these banks to deploy some of their capital i would caution doe does the volcker rule self will not be that easily tone wound because that's old when all through congress in two thousand ten eleven as the.

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"dokan" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"dokan" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"Matt yet and hair out all the coffee shops bias just by huge property there to make them all live there let people put parking cones down to save spas again millions of dollars on gentrified an era atlas washes chevron of meat rampant your comments that has trying to stay on time with my my way what i have to say it doesn't matter because i live under ab early seriously leave what matters is as it is is what everybody else has to say we support this freezing we think it's important vestment for public safety in the north did so here's what i'm really case about like clearly some shit hat been that you were in disbelief about like what happened there there were so many comments be made me in us in a shotgun fashion that i it then it was trying to block it out and what were you not a are talking just a smack dark and k and objects in in dokan the the chair madam chair ochoa madam chair despair loss all control that hearing there and uh and pretty much channelled me out by cutting me off and i give him the additional time of the stuff i wanted to say i wasn't able to say in that the seattle police and so much county sheriff's department in that hope soldiers that was truly grateful uh uh was the thing that helped me with might adult daughter in going to the city council the past in the mayor's office.

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"dokan" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"dokan" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"And it's not you know when the pregame as someone who's worked plenty of basketball games on the radio and gone to plenty of basketball games when you get in the arena it's not like the countdown clock is set for nine o'clock at riot four well after nine o'clock air so it's not a surprise anybody except the person the casual viewer who tunes in and his like what the hell is going on here i i look at it this way it's a way to be able to get the kids part shutdown because you're heading towards bedtime at least depending on the age of your kids so does work for some but i hear what you're saying in that just disingenuous yeah i mean they say the pregame starts at nine the the problem is they know they're no wanna watch the pregame show i'm going to be the abc espn pregames off it's not even though it's it's just it starts when it starts so just say what it's going to start i don't i mean you really think rocca dokan enough people to watch the pregame because they say it starts at whatever time of that were the here's the other part that sad commentary while the saying you're wrong while the other part of a two as if being on the west coast people getting out of five o'clock and they're rushing to get to the arena and imagine what that traffic jam is like in oakland at six o'clock in their their time and you're thinking oh my god and says not o'clock on the ticket i gotta be their deaths are your speeding and all accidents i mean again i i just don't understand all those things are reasons but or explanations rather they're not reasons to me at least not legitimate reason yeah i just ate it the tv executives do things the way tv executives do trying to convince td people think outside the box is really difficult really diff now that i believe in the it happens on a local level to you'd have someone who's got brash you know what's one eight hundred three two one wpro four three eight nine seven seven six it's a very simple question for every sports fan out there because everyone knows who michael jordan is an everyone knows who lebrun james is chemla.

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