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"doron" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

05:05 min | Last month

"doron" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"The frame. Yes exactly that was his first intention and the also tried another version which we already found out in two thousand ten. He tried to half a second spanish chair in the very front of the painting end. We found the traces of alliance head. These heads were typical for the spanish chairs. And the but later he also covered this lion's head which was quite big in the foreground he covered by the paternal Curtain or the tapestry. Now one of the things oversee about this picture is is that we have grown. Many of us have grown up looking at the mir have had particular attachment to the such a sparseness of that picture and is is curious in a way that we have to relearn the pictures. Is that why you're calling it a new. Yes exactly you know this painting a syndrome Two hundred and fifty years and the public loves it or they laughed at in in its version. They left this grayish empty wall in the background and the girl in profile before this empty war it was kind of a modern seeing on this painting but now we changed it totally and it's also a bit difficult to the visitors toll except that change is an interesting phenomenon because i guess we just became so attached to as it was but at the same time one of the things that really strikes me as the in the restoration. You've really unveiled this picture. As a painting in which the colors really saying that name the the curtain itself that you've talked about it there's an almost golden sheen. it isn't it yes indeed. The curtain became more voluminous. Now you'll have the impression that you can touch it in. You can remove it and you can take it away from the whole painting. What did not possible about. You'll get this haptic aleutian. It's much stronger than before so this show now as you say you've got ten vermeer's in this exhibition which it doesn't sound like many but given how beloved these works are in the collections that they're in around the world that that's quite something to do this..

"doron" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

05:12 min | Last month

"doron" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"Wanna help do that. So you're fired. We'll give you a severance. And i was like okay. Well that didn't come out the way. I thought it would but So i kind of had. I had this. I kind of had this experience where i was forced to kind of bigger it out right. It's like hey. I paid off my debt. I we had six months emergency fund. We got this experience to be on national tv. I had a little bit of taste of local stuff like. Hey i probably could figure this out. In six months you know And so that's kinda where it evolved to here. Was this two thousand thirteen. I want to say and they just let you go. I mean i get what you're saying. It could be it less than fulfilling to help somebody who already has a bunch of money. Make a bunch more money But still like oh we would help you love it was. It was much more diplomatic about it. But i mean it was kind of like the nuts and bolts right of like. Hey they got business doron. They want people. Their average employee was ten years like they. They want people that are like long-term people And so i got it from their position. It took me a while. I was definitely kind of hurt by it. Yeah so when you lost your job. What was your personal financial position. Did you have a mortgage did you have you had said something about six months of savings. Yes we had saved up a kind of our six month emergency fund. We paid off all our debt. We had just that one mortgage refinances just had the one And so was a low cost at that time. I mean i think it was like a thousand bucks a month or something that was pretty for being a condos a decent deal so i felt like i was in very low risk. My wife was a teacher. She didn't make a lot she. I think she made like thirty grand years. Something that point in time But it was one of those things where you know so she stable income and i had the severance pay. Let's figure this out okay. So what was your first task. Well okay so. Here's the funny thing. I i didn't have the well-kept wallet thing figured out right but what i what i knew is how to build websites. And so i had a buddy that had his family had assad company which is grass for yards. You know where they put put saad down and he's like. Could you build me a website. And i was like probably built well-kept wall at the first time right it's a wordpress site And so i kind of did some research. And i was like what are people charge for blogs and it was like for websites and it was like thousand five thousand dollars and i'm like well i'm new like hey. Would you pay twelve hundred bucks to do this right. It's like yeah so i was literally just like hey. Here's a skill that i developed to this website. I'm gonna try to help people you know do that while i'm figuring out look wallet so i did that. And then i offered some marketing services and how to get their blogs out there and stuff like that. So i just figured out. How could i make money while. I'm building up. This website wended well-kept wallet. Start to take off that about about two thousand sixteen so about three years later but i was building up the entire time. So one of the things that i realized was This thing called google. You know and Organic traffic like oh my gosh. This is amazing. Like google descends us people to our website. Like how how we get more on that you know And so i actually ended up creating an sto company Because i wanted to..

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"doron" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"doron" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"Have to do like you just expressed yourself the way you are right. Then i come and see my friends. I come and see you. I'm i don't have a full doron right. So i wanted to mirror that i want to be like that. When i'm on halloween with friends and family. I can post anything. I'm i'm i don't have to think like five minutes before i post anything right. So it's the simplicity and automaticity of it right and every other platform has driven the opposite and it's become really extreme Maybe because of the ads that business that they have that the more views they have. And i don't know what that is but For us authenticity is big bottle via building. Another big part of it for me is i. I don't even know who most of my facebook friends are. So there's this all this junk in my feet. I i don't know how the junk gets into my feet and i sort of don't know who these fucking people are who showed up and so it begins to be ridiculous over time. It's like well. Why am my coming back to this thing. I have a. I have a friend of mine once said my is fellow. Say the problem is might feed is full of shit. We don't who said that. Michael guy said that one of our earlier conversations. We were trying to figure out. What problem do we solve. And michael says well. My feet is foolish. And so there's another element of this and if you guys don't wanna talk about this. Feel free to kick me under the table. But i remember when we first talked I got the sense and again. I don't know put words in your mouth. But i got the sense that you felt like somewhere.

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Digital Body Language for Sales Professionals With Erica Dhawan

Conversations with Phil

02:01 min | 5 months ago

Digital Body Language for Sales Professionals With Erica Dhawan

"Name. Is erica doron. I'm the author of the new book digital body language and my best advice is writing clearly. Is the new empathy writing clearly as the new empathy. Ooh i like that. We're gonna unpack that a little. But i. i'm so glad you're here. Congratulations on an awesome awesome book. Thank you for sending over a pdf. So i can get behind it and read an holy crap. It is awesome. yeah. I'm super excited for you. So and i'm super excited year. So tell me when we when we talked a couple of weeks ago. Maybe a month ago you said nobody thought this was important years ago and now it's like this. Oh we got so so. Take me through kind of how that because i know that this this is not. You didn't work before but this year. Best work this is really awesome and so talk me through that like when people say well. No i don't think digital body language is important. What does that mean. Why would anybody say that. About six years ago. When i la after i launched my first book. Get big things. Done the power of connection. And i travel the world helping. Ceo's and leadership teams build twenty-first-century collaboration skills especially for a world with virtual global multi generational and matrix teams but as i was focusing on really twenty-first-century teamwork kept hearing the same challenges and questions from groups. Why is there so much misunderstanding. It work today. Why are my teams feeling so anxious. How do we better connect across different ages and working styles and one of the biggest challenges i discovered well before the pandemic was that there was no rule book for how we connect in a digital world especially with research showing about seventy five percent of communication is nonverbal body language. How do we replace that in a world. Where seventy two one hundred percent. Now of communication could be virtual.

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What are the adversaries goals in election interference?

The CyberWire

01:48 min | 1 year ago

What are the adversaries goals in election interference?

"The US Office of the Director of National Intelligence on Friday released a statement on election interference and CSC Director William Evans says that Russia China and Iran are all interested in various forms of interference. Briefly China dislikes president trump whom it regards as unpredictable and wants him so that he can't in Beijing's view, continue to damage Chinese interests Iran also dislikes the incumbent and sees the prospect of his reelection as likely to mean increased pressure on the Islamic republic and pressure that would be designed to bring about regime change in Tehran. Iran also has a more general interest in undermining US institutions. The statement says. Russia has been busy denigrating former vice president biden who Moscow sees is dangerously connected with Ukraine and with the Obama Administration's disapproval of Russia's armed slow motion re engorgement of that country he's also seen as part of an anti Russian establishment. So China and Doron Trend Blue Russia read the returns from Pyongyang aren't in yet. CYBERSECURITY and Infrastructure Security Agency director Christopher crabs commented on the OD statement praising the intelligence community for its contributions to transparency declassifying and sharing intelligence in ways. CISA thinks likely to contribute to election security director crabs said quote we have long said Russia, and other nation states are targeting our elections. We knew this to be true in two, thousand, sixteen. We know it's true today and we know they will continue to attempt to interfere while motives may vary. One thing is consistent. They are attempting to interfere in our democratic process and quote.

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Dota 2's Omega League and R6 Goes to College

The Esports Minute

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Dota 2's Omega League and R6 Goes to College

"Not talking about Dr. disrespect amid dreams and the sports minute presented by sports network I know Dr disrespect some interviews and broke his silence, and even tweeted out a cryptic video, but we actually learned basically nothing about the situation today, so when we get an official reason from twitch order official move to a new platform. I'll be covering it here as of now. Just hold on. Right now there are biggies sports news to cover. That's actually happened. Doda to has some real competitive structure. Finally yesterday we covered delays to the international today. European to two teams announced the formation of the Omega League it includes major organizations like team, liquid og team secret and they just tear. The legal have a five hundred fifty thousand dollar prize pool attached toe to see us go. The two major valves sports have both been propped up by Major and minor tournaments for years in twenty twenty go has moved closer towards league style format to flashpoint in the pro league, both being created with this league appears Doda to is following suit over in the collegiate fourteen ubisoft as created a college. College League for Rainbow Six East Sports, the legal operate in conjunction with face it. This decision had plenty of foreshadowing face. It also took over the operations for North America's professional circuit this spring, which used to be controlled by ESL and on June twenty second face. It brought on Doron Party. The founder of collegiate star lead head up face. It's new college program. Clearly dance something big in the works. Now, final note for the Sports Minute Elsie

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"doron" Discussed on Power Of The Purse Podcast

Power Of The Purse Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"doron" Discussed on Power Of The Purse Podcast

"Just don't believe in any well companies I mean we need them, but what we're trying to do is influence these companies to look at other sources of fuel so that eventually we can get away from that. and. That's an example of environmental. social would be things like of how you treat your employees and your customers. That's really taken on a new stand with a corona virus because you know looking at companies. Are you forcing your your employees to go to work? I mean I think I can't help, but think of the Tyson plants as an example. On the one hand they're being told that they have to continue to feed America. And that's true I mean we don't win a disruption in our ability to eat our food supply chain, but at the same point in time you know. Do you force people to go into close quarters when you know that there is a pandemic and risk their wives, so that's an example of of the social part of Yes g, you know we want. We want to inform companies. We went to advocate that these are the things we believe in, and we want to support companies that are doing that. And then the final one governance and governance is things like at go back to the Volkswagen, people or the Wells Fargo example you know when it comes to executive compensation. Does it feel fair How long do you board members stay on board because we find that the longer board members Doron aboard the more likely that corruption or collusion could occur, or is it is it? IS THEIR GENDER PARODY? On a board of these are governed mind issues, and so you know one of your listeners criticized the you know the most important thing that I care about is gender equality I. Want more women in devoid room or the most important thing I care about is climate, and so I'm not going to invest in companies who I believe doing things that harm the environment. And so they can create a portfolio that does exactly that. Sounds Great I really like it? I I think it makes a whole lot of sense. Ah. Let me ask another question here about something you said in the book. That I think is worth talking about. In the survey that you did women wealth and es she. You said you wanted to make a distinction between wealth and income. What was the significance of the distinction? while. It's huge and in when we say women control a majority of the nation's slow. That's the percentage of women who have investable assets over five hundred thousand dollars. That's her Nasdaq your investments. That's different than your earnings power in terms of. Are you working? How much do you make a year? You know your income is what you use to fund your living expenses. It's not your savings so when we talk about wealth. We're really talking about your savings for retirement. When we talk about income we're talking about. How much are you earning to do the work that you're doing? That's fall -Unding your daily living expenses, and in that regard women are still earning seventy eight cents to the dollar related to men for doing essentially the same jobs now I went I. WanNa qualify that because immediately people will think Oh, there's so much discrimination and I do think that there is..

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"doron" Discussed on Power Of The Purse Podcast

Power Of The Purse Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"doron" Discussed on Power Of The Purse Podcast

"Just don't believe in any well companies I mean we need them, but what we're trying to do is influence these companies to look at other sources of fuel so that eventually we can get away from that. and. That's an example of environmental. social would be things like of how you treat your employees and your customers. That's really taken on a new stand with a corona virus because you know looking at companies. Are you forcing your your employees to go to work? I mean I think I can't help, but think of the Tyson plants as an example. On the one hand they're being told that they have to continue to feed America. And that's true I mean we don't win a disruption in our ability to eat our food supply chain, but at the same point in time you know. Do you force people to go into close quarters when you know that there is a pandemic and risk their wives, so that's an example of of the social part of Yes g, you know we want. We want to inform companies. We went to advocate that these are the things we believe in, and we want to support companies that are doing that. And then the final one governance and governance is things like at go back to the Volkswagen, people or the Wells Fargo example you know when it comes to executive compensation. Does it feel fair How long do you board members stay on board because we find that the longer board members Doron aboard the more likely that corruption or collusion could occur, or is it is it? IS THEIR GENDER PARODY? On a board of these are governed mind issues, and so you know one of your listeners criticized the you know the most important thing that I care about is gender equality I. Want more women in devoid room or the most important thing I care about is climate, and so I'm not going to invest in companies who I believe doing things that harm the environment. And so they can create a portfolio that does exactly that. Sounds Great I really like it? I I think it makes a whole lot of sense. Ah. Let me ask another question here about something you said in the book. That I think is worth talking about. In the survey that you did women wealth and es she. You said you wanted to make a distinction between wealth and income. What was the significance of the distinction? while. It's huge and in when we say women control a majority of the nation's slow. That's the percentage of women who have investable assets over five hundred thousand dollars. That's her Nasdaq your investments. That's different than your earnings power in terms of. Are you working? How much do you make a year? You know your income is what you use to fund your living expenses. It's not your savings so when we talk about wealth. We're really talking about your savings for retirement. When we talk about income we're talking about. How much are you earning to do the work that you're doing? That's fall -Unding your daily living expenses, and in that regard women are still earning seventy eight cents to the dollar related to men for doing essentially the same jobs now I went I. WanNa qualify that because immediately people will think Oh, there's so much discrimination and I do think that there is..

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Are the US and Iran already at war?

Correspondents Report

06:03 min | 2 years ago

Are the US and Iran already at war?

"But let's start in the middle east where tensions have been rising between the u._s. and iran could the u._s. Already fighting iran indirectly israel has struck hundreds of iranian targets in syria defense experts say it has recently expanded those operations into iraq with the blessing of the united states. Here's our middle east correspondent eric tort check. It was israel's regional cooperation minister sake henegbi. Who said it the knife you davos <unk> personal time for two years. Now israel spain the only country in the world killing iranians. He told the public broadcast dot com last last month. Israel has been heating uranium targets in syria way iranian troops of fighting alongside the syrian government forces of president bush allah saad israel says it also targets weapons shipments from iran to the shiite militant group hezbollah which also sent fighters to syria israel's air force enjoys always a superiority in syria and has an arrangement with russia whose air forces helping the syrian government that allows it to operate with relative impunity israel's israel's strikes at deadly for iranian soldiers hezbollah militants and occasionally. If assyrian soldiers posted alongside them all manning a defense batteries some some analysts say the strikes have severely constrained iran's attempt to entrench itself in syria and create a front line there against israel but recently israel's been attacking attacking iranian targets much further afield in iraq according to arab news outlets and domestic defense analysts iranian backed shiite muslim militias operate alright in much of iraq some came to fight saddam hussein others to fight the u._s. Military still more came late to fight the islamic state terrorist group. They've become a powerful entrenched iranian presence in a country that used to be iran's worst enemy. That's raised concerns in israel and the united states about about iran transporting ballistic missiles into iraq with a view to targeting israel and saudi arabia the reported israeli strikes targeted iranian basis which had received ballistic missiles smuggled in through food supply shipments and other covert means such as the new front in israel's ongoing quiet war against iran according to who'd you ari the middle east correspondent for israel's channel twelve one of the country's most experienced defense and foreign policy journalists as a result of one eighty percent of the campaign against the iranian military entrenchment in syria that that is very important now we see the iranians trying to compensate for their big losses in syria by establishing some some presence in iraq and israel will keep trying to demonstrate to them that the cost is going to be very steep sleep israel's attacks serve the interests of big players like the united states and saudi arabia which wants to counter iran's influence and regional ambitions the u._s. avoided military involvement in syria's civil war but ehud yaari says that doesn't mean americans disapprove of israel's attacks on iranian assets the trump administration prefers to if you want subcontract stopping the iranian expansion expansionists the movements <hes> do the israeli air force rather than do it with themselves. Always the cooperation author coalition may members the attacks on doubtedly have an effect both iran and syria have publicly acknowledged their impact although iraq has been silent about at the recent strikes inside its territory continued israeli strikes could be seen as another element of what the united states kohl's its maximum pressure campaign against tehran. It means the u._s. Supposing iran through economic sanctions and diplomatic pressure while israel takes complimentary military action even though attention has been dangerously high between the u._s. and doron after a tax on oil tankers and the shooting down of unmanned surveillance aircraft ehud yaari says both both countries would prefer to fight indirectly rather than risk open conflict. It is the real war that is. I think what we are seeing now. The kind of operations that the israeli air force is mounting the kind of reactions by the iranians. I think this is the real confrontation and it's not going to become an all-out flare other countries in the region of being much more cautious. The united arab emirates has taken steps to distance distance itself from its allies saudi arabia and even from the u._s. By sending delegations to iran and avoiding accusing the iranian military of attacking oil tankers his even though iran is threatening to further reduce its compliance with the international nuclear control deal at the heart of these current tensions european nations and its original neighbors have been reluctant to take any action in response. The debate about iran is not really about its nuclear program. If it was the u._s. would have remained part of the nuclear control deal. It's all about conflicts outside. Iran sport is the syrian civil war support for who the rebels fighting saudi arabia abia in yemen iran's funding and arming of hezbollah in lebanon and the aforementioned militias in iraq the u._s. israel and saudi arabia badly want to constrain constrain iran's regional involvement and it seems israel is the one taking direct military action to do so. It's something to bear in mind if you're concerned that a single misteps step in these tents times could lead to a war. There's already a conflict underway. You probably just haven't heard about it air torture reporting there from jerusalem.

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Critics Question Trump Tax Plan Meant To Boost Struggling Communities

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:14 min | 2 years ago

Critics Question Trump Tax Plan Meant To Boost Struggling Communities

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from American pest open your doors, who healthy pest free home with American pest, offering safe environmentally friendly pest control solutions throughout the DMV for over ninety years. Learn more at American past dot net. Some American neighborhoods are struggling even in a strong economy. How much can a new tax break help them? NPR's Asia Roscoe reports standing in front of a massive crowd in Orlando last week. President Trump may this promise to help poor neighborhoods, we will expand opportunities Jones so that no community is ever left behind passes, the part of the twenty seventeen tax cut law. The opportunities owns program allows governors to make some low income areas in their state eligible for federal tax incentive, Trump often refers to the program when talking about what his administration has done for struggling rural and urban communities and as a part of his outreach to black America. Skins. The policy is also been championed by lawmakers, such as Senator Tim Scott a Republican, and Senator Cory Booker, a democrat running for president projects are underway throughout the country. On an empty lot and tippy Zona private equity investors in fficials gathered in the white tent for groundbreaking of the plane ninety unit affordable housing complex. Former Arizona governor Jan brewer spoke really thrilled to see all of you. Thank you so much for clear. There were shovels and symbolic tossing of dirt has particular property. If you look around, here's pretty blinded. You've got some dilapidated buildings. That's Quin Palomino CEO virtual partners the private equity firm, that's building the project do its opportunities own fund, and you have investors who would not have normally invested in this project. It's opportunities. Owns is really been an incredible tool. This is an old idea. That's been supercharged by the 2017 tax law. Stuart Butler is one of the conservative scholars credited with bringing the original idea of so-called enterprise zones to the US in the nineteen eighties Butler, who's now with Brookings Institution said the vision was to make it easier for people living in poor areas to be able to start businesses in their own neighborhoods. The second piece of it. Whereas to say, let's look at tax relief, and let's relief taxes reduced taxes on people who take the risk of investing in a poor and difficult neighborhood. Stays introduced. Their own versions of these loans in the federal government followed suit, launching the empowerment zones program in the early nineties backers of the new opportunities zone say they are totally different though program required states to compete for tax breaks in grants Butler, Greece's latest program is different and that worries them maybe they went too far in this current version. There are more than eighty seven hundred opportunities owns covering nearly thirty five million Americans and vessels can defer their capital gains taxes through twenty twenty six by putting their profits in opportunities zone funds that invest in these communities. The longer the investors keep their money in the fund the more tax benefits. They receive the concern is that wealthy people will pour money into these, multimillion dollar funds. But Butler says the development may not help low income residents. It's a -tracting the wrong kind of investment lodge scale investment, which may lead to far greater gentrification. And removal of people rather than the original intent of the enterprise zone idea. But these critiques are off base says Doron Smith. He's deputy director of the White House office of American innovation. Smith says local governments can work to protect their residents vacation and not something that's happening. Every city is not happening in, like the Mississippi delta right houses, very affordable down there. So for us to create economic development tool that tries to fix a problem only hurts us some urban areas. That's not smart. The White House has also set up a council to help target Federal Housing grants and other funds specifically for the tones. But it's unclear whether these owns will truly spur new investments, especially in places that were already on the upswing says Timothy Weaver, a professor at SUNY Albany, who has studied these types of programs people who were going to invest anyway. And now getting a tax break and to maybe you're gonna get shifting of investment from outside of zion's to inside of designs. And any the case what you'll likely to see our rent's going up for everybody, even some of the earliest opportunities zone supporters, say there needs to be more information about where the money is going. There are bipartisan bills in congress, that would require the government to track whether benefits are actually flowing to the communities that are in need. Isha Roscoe, NPR news, the White House support for this podcast and the following message come from NC TA, the internet, and television association, whose members are building the ten g network of the future that aims to deliver residential internet speeds of ten gigabits per second. More at ten g platform dot org.

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"doron" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"doron" Discussed on AP News

"Been organized by most of India's nearly two hundred embassies and consulates to Mark international yoga day, according to India's foreign ministry, prime minister Narendra Modi's, successfully lobbied, the United Nations to designate, June twenty first international yoga day in his first year in power in two thousand fourteen he's used one of. India's most popular exports to assert his nation's rising place in the world, just as Chinese president Xi Jinping's, given countries pandas for their zoos in a show of goodwill, Modise, said, let her motto be yoga for peace harmony, and progress before he joined thousands in practice members of his cabinet and foreign envoys rolled out their yoga mats in cities around the world. Radio news. Mcguire. President Trump tells VC's meet the press that he decided against the retaliatory strike against Doron hearing from the military on how many people could die about it for a second. I said, you know what they shut down. Unmanned. Drone plane, whatever you wanna call it. And here we are sitting with one hundred fifty dead people that would have taken place, probably within a half an hour after I said, go ahead. And I didn't like it. I didn't think it was, I didn't think it was proportionate Trump says the planes were, not in the air, when he made the decision not to go. Georgia democrat. Hank Johnson says the president seems seeming indecision is not good for the country. The president is not. Acting carefully at this time, and he has many of us very concerned about the direction of our country at this crucial time. But Gary sick, who was an Iranian expert, with the Carter administration says Trump's decision shows he does not want things desk. Like, I think he looked this one. Real is that you ended up killing a lot of people that Iran was not going to end just say, never mind. We'll call it even and stop at that point. But that other things we're going to start happening. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan wraps up his final day at the Pentagon. He would jus name for consideration as Defense Secretary last week, Trump is named army secretary Mark s for to replace you. And, and now says he will nominate Asper as the secretary, witnesses say a number of people are dead in the crash this evening of several motorcycles and pickup, pulling a trailer, and New Hampshire one bed and breakfast owner says yo sing one of those bikers, and they were all staying lodging not far from the crash site. This is AP radio news. A New York advice columnists claim. She was sexually assaulted by Donald Trump in the mid nineteen nineties, an upcoming book by advice, columnist e Jean Carroll. She alleges Donald Trump, followed her into a dressing room at Bergdorf Goodman store pushing her up against a wall and forcing himself on her. The l magazine writer says she was able to push him off and ran from the store. They had been talking about his purchasing longs array for a woman, and Carol had agreed to try it on the president denies this account and says he's never even met the woman asking why there are no photos or evidence to support her claim during the two thousand sixteen campaign more than a dozen women accused Trump of sexual misconduct, which he has denied Jackie Quinn, Washington. A Cook County, Illinois, judge has ordered a special prosecutor to investigate the state's attorney's office decision to drop all charges against actor jussie smollet following his lying to police about an attack in January..

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Iran announces partial withdrawal from 2015 nuclear deal

WBZ Morning News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Iran announces partial withdrawal from 2015 nuclear deal

"Are paying very close attention today as Iran and nounce as a partial pullout from the two thousand fifteen nuclear agreement the US withdrawal year ago, inciting European Union difficulties in resisting pressure from Washington. The Iranian Foreign Minister throat translators says that eat on these public sees is expedient to stop commencing some of its commitments and some of the measures phone terribly taken within the nuclear deal, the time being the change in policies been delivered via letters to the leaders of Britain, China, the EU France and Germany means Doron may increase its uranium

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"doron" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"doron" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"They tied him up positive. The colts traded twenty-six pick to the Washington Redskins. And with the twenty-six pick in the two thousand nineteen NFL draft the Washington Redskins, select Montanez sweat linebacker, Mississippi State. Montas sweat defensive end, Mississippi State, Michigan state, the Mississippi State and doesn't miss a beat production as a sack Artis was outstanding. Even though you got a little quiet if that started the season September early October Vinnie cable on in those final two games as well. Had a brilliant senior bowl week getting off the edge and wreaking havoc. You'll back to the Auburn game. This year three sacks as I said you talk about a guy could sack production. Great take off at the snap explosive Benz the edge. Dominic six hundred sixty pounders can run a four four one. He did that as a run stopper, and he's a secure that edge, Android, hold that edge. If he can do that can be a complete player to show some games. He can do that playing the run though when a consistent basis, the only concern you have with my wet. That doesn't work as well. If he's on the Redskins, but we'll take Montas sweat six to sixty four four one at the combine he was a comeback guy. But again, there's a hard issue that may be scared a few teams. And maybe that's why I dropped well. And this is the strength of the Redskins now. Right. You've got they just resigned they had Doron pain. They've got Jonathan Allen. They've got some guys up front, but they lost an edge rusher. And now they get a replacement in Montas what I to me. The only thing to not like about sweat is. If you look at his legs and gets in your eyes. Well, yeah. If you look at his legs from the knee down. He's he's pretty he's pretty narrow. You know what I mean? So he looks like he's got kind of the basketball players build which means he susceptible to being cut. So we'll see durability was the whole, you know, if they can stop the run that guys out there to stop the riot twenty nine and a half sacks two years. Like, what are you talking about? So that to passing league. Yeah. It's as you know, the days of like Larry said earlier if you had a big. Nose tackles, three thirty the game is change its basketball on grass. So you want the guy rushing the passer almost look like a basketball player, you know, the Niners get Bosa because he's an edge pass rusher. He runs the hoop all the way around at a low level with minimal steps in straight line to the quarterback. That's that's the game. Now today that that's where it is. So, you know, well, get Montesquieu at stop the run. They're not going to be like worried about that. All that often. You know, six picks left and round one nine picks before the forty Niners pick again in round two and all of the wide receivers outside of Markey's Brown or on the board. So unless right now almost every team picking pixel wide receiver. There's going to be a top-flight wide out there at thirty six. That's great. That's good news for the Niners absolutely huge way raiders around the clock. And again, they took Josh Jacobson took feral with the fourth overall pick. So we'll wait to see what the raiders due at twenty seven minutes the chargers. Seahawks twice if they don't trade out what your famous redoing the Rams and the patriots at thirty two and again, get near the end of the round. And some of those teams who see they kind of reorganize their board after the first day. But some of those teams that see maybe some guy slide may move up and try to get a guy. I'm sure I'm not sure. But I would think a couple of receivers may go here. Okay. So well, here's something Jacobs with the raiders every other mock draft, you know, who else is so. Associated raiders size Irv Smith junior and they cared cook. A lot of people have spit union late in the first round anyway, another Alabama product Alabama tide. And so, you know, if if it is L draft diamonds and say, oh, no, they say Oakland is up. Let me give you let me get we had Dane Brugge Laurent for a little pot. Abbas drafting, and I said to Dana said is there any team or any player that's tied to either one of our bay area teams, and he said TCU's defensive and L J Collier that the raiders are hot to call your that'd be a cold guys may go with him in in round one. So we'll see but they're up at thirty five they could probably get him there. But they could probably get them there. The draft Ivan says Oakland wanted sweat that move up to get ahead of the raiders get ahead of the raiders, sweat and Farrell. L J Collier here. He's about two hundred and eighty pounds raiders supposedly, they if they call you high five everybody in the room. That's. Because it is wild. And that's that's a poll. Right. I don't have an issue with it. It's just you could probably get him at thirty five. Maybe not. I mean who knows the mocks, and and the people on on Jacobs, the mocks were right on the money and Smith juniors the other Bach that's been linked to them. So I don't know. And he was the besides the two I would tied into our already gone Hopkinson went to Detroit and went to Denver Smith was the third tight end. So all right raiders know, this is going to be interesting to see how how long it takes the raiders to kind of build up their talent base to me. They still have to build up their defense. I'd like to see new defense here. It is the commission..

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"doron" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"doron" Discussed on WJR 760

"A tape from twenty fourteen when congressman John Dingell was at the end of his road in congress fifty nine years twenty one days, I think it was and and I started that conversation with the accolades continue from his colleagues and from the president. And frankly, the accolades now are rolling in again from his colleagues, the president our own mayor, Mike Duggan will join us Dan left from Blue Cross Blue shield of Michigan other people reaching out to us. We were putting them in slots that we that we're creating because we are here at the auto show. And there are things we need to take care of here at the Chicago auto show. Doron Levin is coming up. He is an automotive journalist and host of in the driver's seat radio show. But but also a longtime associate friend, I'll say, I mean, we're all France, we were all friends of John Diggle once you met him, you were his friend, even if you didn't meet. Him. He he thought of you, and you thought of him and you felt like you knew him because well, you you did know him Joe Henrik's is here. Joe Henricks, of course, the president of global operations Ford Motor Company. And and he is here to talk about some very good positive news. Good morning, Joe. Good morning. Paul W always great to talk to you. Nice to talk to you. I give you this opportunity. Not I don't wanna put you on the spot. But since congressman John Dingell was such a fighter for the American auto industry at a time and surrounded by people in Washington who didn't really give a damn about us till they finally figured out that with dealerships closing and other things happening that it was affecting their communities in ways, they never got. But John Dingell never forgot. Did. He no he never did. I he was a tireless advocate for our industry. And for decades. You know, he played a significant role down in DC and you're right during the two thousand six two thousand ten time period when. It seemed like everybody was against the industry. John stood up strong and firm and talked about how important both Motown and motor city were to America. And now, of course, we're now people know that but back then it wasn't so popular. Well, meanwhile, we are remembering him today. In in many, very significant ways, we will across the board at WJR, certainly at least up until right after well. Frank showing that right after Frank show will be rush who will take a more national view. But I'm sure that he will mention it. And and then the guy Gordon after that and Mitch Albom. We'll have an awful lot of people will be talking to a meanwhile, we're here and the only radio station in Detroit broadcasting from the Chicago motor show, and we're here on the front line learning. Good news from Ford Motor Company and a very big investment in Chicago. That's right yesterday. I had the opportunity to announce along with mayor Rahm Emanuel that we've invested a billion dollars in our south side, Chicago plants, Chicago assembly plant, and the Chicago stamping plant to launch the all new explorer family of vehicles. We have the explorer explore explore explorer hybrid. Of course, the police interceptor utility, and Lincoln, aviator and importantly, while would that billion dollars it protects the six thousand jobs, we have already but ratting five hundred new jobs, which was great to hear for the community. Well, excellent here for the community, and it gets confusing to people because they hear that. There are other layoffs that are now or coming. Same thing that happened with General Motors. But it is a restructuring you're finding where you need the strength based on the vehicles that people are buying and the areas where you don't need the the assets where they're making vehicles people aren't buying it. I don't mean to make it sound so simple. There are human lives involved. But this is part of the business at this point. And everybody's going through it. And if they haven't yet they will. But you're now announcing some five hundred new jobs to launch the vehicles that are that are selling the explorer, the police interceptor and the Lincoln aviator. That's right. We're excited, of course to bring the aviator back to the Lincoln lineup. The Paul W right? I mean, moving people, and and in communities really important part of what we do in for it in the UAW been really thoughtful. And how we've done this. We are taking shift offer flat rock Michigan somebody plan. But we're moving those people to live on your transmission. Plant to be able to add capacity there to make more transmission. And in Louisville. We're taking a shift off a little Saint plant. We make the escape and the Lincoln m KC, but we're moving those people over the Kentucky truck plant to make more exhibitions and navigators, so really thoughtful way of taking care of our people making sure they're not being laid off, and they have jobs when we move them around. And we've already talked about it. I mean, it was a big deal when we used to say, hey, let's not forget the American automobile industry is a is an. An international worldwide industry. So I'm I'm gonna shrink it down. Just a little bit. Today. Ford Motor Company is in fact, furthering your commitment to America. Because this is a billion dollars in America, Chicago specifically, that's right right in the heartland in the mid west. And we're proud of the fact that it produces more vehicles in the US and anybody else, we employ more UAW workers in the US anybody else, and we actually export more vehicles from the US or anybody else. So our firm foundation is America. This is our headquarters where home, and you were proud that over eighty percent of equals we sell in the US we actually Bill right here in the US. Good for you anything else Joseph before we let you go. Well, it's always great to be at the show have you around. And you know, there's lots of their w a lotta people attending in Chicago. But I just want to say another shot, John Dingell. He he was a great advocate for our industry and his wife, Debbie, who's a good close friend. And also now carries that legacy as a great advocate for our industry as well. And we're very privileged to have both of them and our lives. Well, said Joe Henrik's the president of global operations Ford Motor Company. Thank you. Joe? Thank god. We also know now that the John dangles. A funeral. Mass will be at Sacred Heart Catholic church and that's in Dearborn. The burial will be as it should be at Arlington National Cemetery for our heroes. There will be a visitation at Ford community and performing arts center on Michigan avenue in Dearborn. That funeral masses. I mentioned we'll be Sacred Heart Catholic church in on Michigan avenue. Also in Dearborn. Dates and times have not been announced the specifics will get them to you..

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"doron" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"doron" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"If you're particularly enjoying this is Stefan Gilmore reached in and grabbed cooks, his left elbow, and that was blocked by Doron Harmon number twenty one. So saints fans, guess what? A non call on pass interference. Did the Rams in right there? Because again, you look at that play one more time and Gilmore is trailing as harmonised crashing in. And he reaches out and cooks can't get both arms and hands on the football. He absolutely reaches in his beat. And it's incomplete why is that big because the next play. These two defenders were involved Doron Harmon comes rushing in on a blitz. He gets right goff's face Goth throws the ball up thinking that there's going be a shot for cooks, and to Gilmore picks it off and Doron Harmon is the latest New England patriot to come off the bench and make huge plays to give them a championship. Just like Malcolm Butler back in the day Harmon was in the game. You know, what harm was in the game because Patrick Chung's arm exploded for all of us to see on national television is brutal Bertil Harmon comes in the game. And I I. I turned to the guy next to me with you the guy next to me, I might watch he's going to be MVP of Super Bowl. But it's adamant, and I think it's well deserved Adelman was the only guy cooks had a nice night statistically, but was the only guy who was performing beyond the expectation level. And he obviously the guy go to guy Brady to Ataman. Is now second only to Montana slash young to rice in the history of the playoffs Brady to Dataman. We've been talking about Brady to moss Brady to Welker. You can go on down the list here. But Brady to adamant is going to be the stuff that we talk about for decades to come. And now Julian Ataman has an MVP award to match it. And the defense backed it up if I told you throughout the week when we're talking about the best of our ability. What is going to happen in this game that the Rams would hold the patriots to thirteen and lose who've? Wow. That the Rams would hold the patriots to thirteen with Brady turning over after the Rams deferred on the opening coin toss and gave it to the team that started their first two playoff games this year with the longest touchdown drive in its lustrous history. Again. The chargers that then became the second longest game opening touchdown drive in its Ella street history. Because of what they did in Kansas City in the Ranji like here, take the ball. And Brady throws a pick. So not only the Rams hold. The patriots thirteen. They picked off Brady with Roby Colin being the one to do it. And then had gusto ski miss a field goal. Those their first two starts to drives of the game. And it's going to be the kick kick they'll be kicking themselves for a long time. That they had the patriots where they wanted them thirteen points mistakes. All over the lot Brady was only targeting a a couple of guys really gronk had a very nice game Sony. Michelle is not getting any attention for somebody who had the playoffs that he had six touchdowns in three playoff games including the only touchdown in Super Bowl. Fifty three remarkably in the same building where thirteen months before he lost in heartbreaking fashion and the national championship game to Alabama thirteen months later. That's why you never give up. Come on keep trying you drafted first round by the New England Patriots. Who watch this with Brady now watch they'll do thirty second overall. They'll get Brady nice beautiful shiny wide receiver to it. Got to keep him in the pink the way to do it. Handed off get the ball out of your hands in two point five seconds or less as I've said here on this show Brady will live forever like fame. He will play forever. And Bella checks genius, man..

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"doron" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"doron" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"More judgments tonight because the roster is thinned once again. Doron Davis is in sweats will not play in this ball game tonight. And here's the statement from the Indiana University athletic. Indiana University junior. Devante green a member of the men's basketball team has been suspended from game competition for not meeting the standards expected of members of the program. There will be no further comment on this matter at this time. So we do not know how long it's just one game. Or how many games that the Demonte will miss here in the coming weeks? Yeah. It's baked for Indiana. They've got to figure out what the rotation will be without Doron and devante tonight's lineup. If you're a bench player, you gotta think I'm gonna get some more minutes than I usually do. I've got to be ready to step up big. If you're in the first five or I six rotation for Indiana. You got to be ready to play extended minutes at my expectation is assuming Indiana, it doesn't get in foul trouble. No, there's no other injuries the top six or seven guys gonna play bunch of minutes here tonight and for Indiana. I think as they're trying to figure things out. I don't think that that's necessarily a problem assuming they don't get into foul trouble. I think that in the end has got a nice I six and seven guys. And guys like Jon Morgan Romeo Langford and rob fantasy you're going to have to carry the load. But that's kind of what we expect it. Right. I mean, these guys are going to have to carry the load just not as deep as we thought that this team was going to be going into the season. It's not an excuse. It's just of the fact this team is not nearly as deep as we thought. And with these guys out tonight. They're going to be even thinner, and then you to be ready for that. And be ready to play a heck of a ballgame. So the challenges can send you for this Indiana basketball team with two guys definitely not playing in this ball game tonight. Devante green and Doron Davis. Tonight's game.

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"doron" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"doron" Discussed on Do By Friday

"No spoilers blowing up all Doron, right? His testing out the operational capabilities. Deep gut there. I don't wanna I don't wanna like I don't want to alarm you. But these were these were pretty close to your heart. Do it me. Did you did you? I mean, do you think that it's possible that maybe I'm not saying that you are targeted? But there's a lot of these fires going around on a lot of Magnus. To like, there's a lot of ways they could detect my energy and then Direct Energy at me with with a weapon. They could do me all your movements. Do the do if they're following the man. HD rub. Some simplistic on their shows you how many magnets on the back of that. Targeting follow the white the white Magnin see get seven meets three cheeses. You get a saying this do love this folk now. No, no, no help me with this. Because I haven't read this article. So was it was it. A grim token situation. Would do they go next? Really caused wildfires. Now, I think what happened looks. I don't want to say that you're targeted individual now started to burn on your home or not I see. But if the government did have lasers, they would this is what would they would do? Right. Is they'd be aiming for your house. They'd be tracking the magnets. But. Yeah. But then they'd have a guy would have a hot dog for launch hotdog Greece on his finger, and he'd move the targeting just a little bit. It's like it's like Melissa McCarthy in in Ghostbusters where she tries to shoot the dingus Chan's of flying around. But see here's another thing. If you're is they would really mess with you. So like do like that could have been you. And now you wondered now they're inside your head with the dues, even if they didn't do you speak directly, the do this anytime, you know, what I'm saying? I can I can really I will say like we make fun of the targeted individual people. I think it's out of sympathy. I can see where they're coming from. Because I have you ever had this experience. Sometimes we'll just today Veronica were walking home from breakfast. And there was like a like an unmarked police car parked. Just just one house on the street like one house down from us, quote, unquote. Unmarked police car. Yeah. I thought was like they're onto me is it. Yeah. Yeah. They're coming for me to come. Well, I think that all the time when you see van that's like a white van like a cargo van and it says like very normal professional service on the side. Like, you know, that's you know, that's full of full of operatives. The probably they're not really a federal booby inspector. That's on Amazon. Ain't gonna see some documentation, please. I don't know, man. Now. How would you know, look at Alex? Let me ask you this. I don't want you to say whether or not you are known to be targeted individual. I will say this. It is much as you're comfortable with your infra second upset. How would you know? Do you think if you were a targeted individual? What would be different? What would you notice? Okay. Last night last night of gorilla tape fell off a something in my house. And I thought I didn't do that. What caused the grill tape fall down? How did that happen? And I thought for a minute. Maybe I'm targeted. Maybe I got ghosts. How would you know, they would replace my cats with them behaving just normal enough that I'd be like like, they're they're not opening the cabinets. It's is one things. Get normal in my life. Open cabinets, Alex. Yeah. And the fridge locks himself in the fridge sometimes. Yeah. Wait a minute. You kidding? Your cat opens refrigerator? He's very strong. I it's not a bit. He's good extra muscles. But that censo- look you with. It's better we have a friend trend whose cat can open the freezer. So that seems much more dangerous. I. Yeah. Mattie would start reading like Moby, Dick. I don't I don't know. Yeah. What about you max, if you did know to a affair certainty that you were targeted? What would you do differently? If you can say, what would you change up the way you roll? Would you do anything differently? Would you take different paths, which you view, there's a few fans of this very podcast too..

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"doron" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"doron" Discussed on The Bible Project

"So here's what you find many things. This would take too long if I walked through all of these. But there's one phrase in particular. It appears mostly in the book of Deuteronomy where Moses is talking about, hey, wouldn't you all go into the promise land and set up a place of worship, a temple Doron me, twelve or spore. Moses says, y'all are to worship at the place. Y'all way your God will choose choose one place set up temple there from among all the tribes to place his name there for it to dwell or take up residence. That's where you will seek him. It's not ambiguous in English. It is ambiguous Hebrew. That's where you will seek it the name or that's will you will seek him. Yeah. Is MB give us the an English. We have two different pronouns it to be a non animating like rock and him. In Hebrew, you just have one word. Is that for into the. Name or is him correct. And notice that God's going to put his name, they're very similar to the angel of y'all way. My name is in him, right? So here it's God's going to place his name in the space so it can take up residence there. The name becomes the subject of verb. The name becomes a thing that can live live somewhere. Yeah. And then when you go, there you seek like I would never say like, hey, guys, I'm just gonna. Put my reputation here in the office. Can just be here the threat and I want you guys to just be aware of mutations you set up. Yeah, it's gonna live here a threat. My name will live there. So weird and this turn of phrase happens half a dozen times in this chapter. One other example, it's the same phrase though the place where y'all way your God chooses to cause his name to dwell. So the whole point is the name becomes personified like a person who lives in a house. Y'all is name. He lives in the temple. So an attribute of God becomes personified in some way. So the question is, is that just a literary figures speech? Yeah, turn of phrase. Well, consider the next divine attribute. God's covered his glory, which we is having this. Yeah, we did a whole podcast episode on that. Yeah. So among the many nuances of meaning of the Hebrew word covered literally means heaviness. You actually had this analogy has stuck with me. It's so good where it's the the meaning of covered were describing a physical appearance or physical manifestation of somebody's importance. Somebody's heaviness, and you've talked about your rim as teenager. Remember they don't. A bad memory. You had great knowledge e where you were talked about your room as a teenager, which would be like decked out all your favorite poster sports figure, right? Yeah, right. Yeah. Yeah. My couch in there and I had like my guitar and everything. Yeah, yeah. And then you'd come in and you'd be like mica vote. This is my glory. This is my glory. These are the physical manifestations of your unique story and character what you like, what your love does. Good. So you don't even have to be there. Yeah, someone could walk in and see your. Like we talked about one piece of my glory was those images that you have to blow your eyes and then something pops out. Oh, the three d images, the three D. And it was a skier and got it at the mall because I was so impressed that I could see it. I was just so mesmerized by those things too, though. I still, I still don't get it or so. Cool. Yeah. All right. So there you go. So that's one of the meanings. So God's Covault d- one is the amazing mind blowing things, the physical phenomena that would happen when God showed up somewhere the smoker glory. Unifier this brightness there is a whole category of stories in language in the bible around this physical appearance when y'all shows up and this physical parents. Once again begins to take on independent life. It's as if God's ca voted Jawa it's his glory, but it's also distinct from in the same win the same pattern. So the first appearance of it actually doesn't use the word Covault to glory..

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NBA, Depression and Rosen discussed on The Undefeated

The Undefeated

02:27 min | 3 years ago

NBA, Depression and Rosen discussed on The Undefeated

"PIN senior writer, Jackie MacMullan sat down with several NBA players to talk about mental health in the NBA, Chris, Bosh, Kevin love tomorrow, Rosen, and Paul Pierce to name just a few have opened up about their struggles with depression and anxiety then be has now hired Dr William Param as its first director of mental health and wellness. Should this prompt the NBA to have some sort of mental health policy or plan for players struggling with these issues t start with you? I would say absolutely. Self care is just as important as physical care and treatment. And to be honest, it just seems logical that players NBA NFL any professional sport that athletes would kind of feel this amount of pressure to wear dealing with depression and anxiety seems like it's something that could logically happen. I mean, you've got pressure from your. Teammates, you got pressure from the fans with social media. They're always like direct access pressure to you all the time. You got pressure from your family. They don't see you as often or have expectations for you and your downtime. You get pressure from executives, especially mentioned into Doron Dhamar under Rosen, who thought that he had some form of transfer loyalty with people in the Toronto organization and then ends up being traded. So there's there and then they have pressure from themselves. I'm sure. I mean, everyone has expectations of themselves. I mean, we're not even athletes in. I'm pretty sure all of us on this podcast, have expectations for ourselves and how we feel when we don't meet them. So it makes a lot of sense that there would be that there will be mental health struggles among athletes. And so I do think it's very important for the NBA to have done. This, I think is also important to make sure that there's protection for them for the players for this kind of thing. Because as I've been reading, I've seen that owners have been saying that if this is something that we do that they want to have. Access to the records. And as you know, most medical records in some form are are confidential, and I think that in their mind, I think the argument is, you know, we have access to the players physical record, so we're able to make decisions on what we wanna do based on a player's physical health. We should also do the same for someone's mental health, and I think that's where I probably disagree with the owners in that sense because a lot of times having that confidentiality is what helps you to progress in what helps you to get

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"doron" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"doron" Discussed on TechStuff

"Death star could also move at super little speeds which means it could go faster than light using a concept and star wars called hyperspace now we know this must be the case because the death star fires upon all doron at the beginning of new hope and then moves into position to fire pon yavan four at the end while alder on is a planet in the core of the galactic empire meeting the core of the galaxy itself whereas you have in four is a moon around a gas giant planet called yavan that's in the outer rim territories so on the outer side of this galaxy to get a battle station that far from the center of a galaxy to the outer edge has to need some form of faster than light travel in the star wars universe spacecraft do this by tapping into an alternate dimension called hyperspace which helps get around the big problem because if you talk to einstein well it's going to be pretty boring guy's been dead for awhile but his theories tell us that matter cannot travel as fast as light let alone faster than the speed of light light is the fastest stuff there is it is the universal speed limit light through a vacuum as fast as it gets if you could travel faster than light you could potentially travel to a destination fast enough so that if you turned around and looked at where you came from you'd see yourself leaving from your starting point because you've got there before the light did from the place that you left so faster than light travel would violate causally in the star wars universe you could have a situation where you're looking for a place to land on alder on suddenly i'll nowhere laser comes in from outer space hits the planet plan done blowed up real good so then you travel faster than the speed of light toward the direction that the laser came from and you actually get to the death star before it fires the laser that would give you an opportunity to stop the laser reviving and stop all round from explode.

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"doron" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"doron" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"That that aren't as resilient underneath the covers now that being said right you know you can't do credit card processing you know on that per se but even cloud foundry called foundry was a system i architect did it's very different in architecture now the piddle team has done an amazing job at driving it to to the level that it is but even the early design had no message replay no doorbell message it was built on the original version of mass which was firing forget but what it did was it say hey i'm going to record that jeff wants the run this app and then i'm going to send out a request for someone to run this for me but i don't care if they respond i don't care of anything i just send it out but the system itself has another component that all it's a job in the world is to do is to say here's the intended state and here's what i'm observing because it's watching the messages fly back and forth and it's going jeff should be running because i see that the intended state but i actually don't see jeff running in the real world and instead of doing anything on its own own it would just simply complain back to me as the original person saying hey i want jeff doron saying hey by the way jeff's not running it would like tap me on the shoulder and i would reissue the request but exactly the same way so i never tried to replay it i didn't want anything stored and yet the system was extremely resilient even in the face of multiple failures and so you know i again i think the audience of this podcast in the general audience is becoming so much more aware of patterns in the application level that more need something that's always on it's like a doll tone and it does what it says a dozen predictable manner versus the end all be all with with every feature bake them.

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Protests in Sacramento over unarmed man's death grow unruly

Executive Leaders Radio

01:06 min | 3 years ago

Protests in Sacramento over unarmed man's death grow unruly

"Today in the nation's capital students and other gun control supporters are looking for change on the youth that are involved in this like on a bigger scale and knowing that i could be a part of that and actually use my voice to make a change and be a part of history was just an incredible thought and i'm so lucky that i have the chance to be here hundreds of sister marches are happening around the country in many different cities colorado house speaker cristiana doron i hope that as people are marching today they will continue to march to the ballot box in november so that we make sure that we have leaders that truly represent our values in sacramento people are still protesting the police shooting of an unarmed man twenty two year old stefan clark he ran from officers who are looking for a suspected burglar who is breaking windows in the neighborhood the police shot him twenty times when they thought he had a gun but it turned out to be a cell phone this is usa radio news hi i'm wayne allyn root i was one of the biggest critics of obama in the national media suddenly i was under massive irs attack so i hired sam landis sam.

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"doron" Discussed on No Huddle

No Huddle

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"doron" Discussed on No Huddle

"Fence when he plays on defense bad things happen it happened in the opener though belcher cat and mouse there in sort of a hybrid linebacker role against chiefs he couldn't do the job they ran all over it they put up big place and they won the game well this is a similar eagles chiefs offense doug peterson coming from india read when i saw jordan richards out there to start the game or or early on in that game i didn't like it i thought that was immediately over thinking in wrinkle that wasn't going to work so that was my first glue but the bigger clue would be the inability to tackle the inability to cover and get off the field on third down and that's what all the players talked about post game whether it was doron harmon devin mccourty you know they couldn't get off the field they couldn't make a play when they needed to and late in the game the eagles did make the play they needed to to swinging the momentum and change the game chatting with anti hard patriots dot com radio india last one for me out the offseasons officially underway what are the main priorities for the patriots moving forward finding certainly the first will be the coaching staff settling this missing um so josni daniels is back we're now assuming bill bellichik as back tom brady's back okay offensively you have some continuity i still have questions about dante scar nekia seventy year old off into line coach and ivan sears are running backs coach both in my opinion could decide to retired anytime i'm still waiting to see what they decide to do and then defensively does brian florida's just get promoted to two defensive coordinator is he going to call the plays on defense linebackers coach who actually interviewed for head coaching job this off season you know there was some rumors talk of greg xiang gao coming in he's decided to stay at ohio state so i think first and foremost you need to figure out the coaching staff and that continuity before you begin all the the draft process and then i think you go to.

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"doron" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"doron" Discussed on College Football Live

"Tonight you know one of the things that next sabin said from the time they lost last year's national championship game until all the way up till this week guys was don't waste of the failure he can certainly aim his hat on not doing that trevor you surprised at the outcome of this one two actually picked alabama the winner at all and the way this game unfolded look like alabama from the heyday of the national championships in 2012 and in that era where they won the game with defense and the first job of the offense was don't blow it for the defense and i think that's one of the reasons you saw the office be so conservative you saw jail and hurts throw the ball in safe ways that were not likely to make a lot of big plays down the field but were also not likely to turn it over and put the defense at a bad situation so i like the way they reverted to two vintage sabin win this thing with defensive play it safe on office yeah and that really involved seeing a flashback to last year's defensive style scoring nonoffensive touchdowns getting the pick six seeing doron pain squirrel hell of a big man touched touchdown after a hell of a big man interception on that play and really germany proved to have this unit locked in to be and have his full focus here knowing what he's got ahead additive knowing what the early signing period and the challenges that that presented and all this i think that and seeing some of those vintage playmaking abilities from a bunch of guys who were forced to step up the season after they lost a lot of veteran talent ahmet defensive front especially in dealt with all the injury at linebacker the focus of that tide defense because of mixed motivation secondtonone.

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"doron" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"doron" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Well we don't like i don't know if they're easy kill the knife in classes are yeah do all the other white walker's die right or and also we all just does it did did the white the children of forest just create one whitewater either the grain the night hunger in sired everybody else or did they create like a dirty dozen or however may arbitrary number the right we don't know that done enough yet um anyway uh matthew else's you guys brought up uh whether the night king should have been burned but win uh or can't or candy burned um or destroyed by fire but when we when he walks through the flames the flames receded the flames appear to be chance high the good as anglesey approaches in it his ice career yemen's not dragon fire that's c alexis is what we talk about how can we say oh console walk through burning carts after the dragons set on fire who knows i mean that's i guess the this goes back to my days of debating star trek for sustar were there is a person who say but card said the main deflectors of the enterprise de uh no laser can penetrate them they like all you have to have phases lasers old technology and they will use that to then say that the enterprise d could shrug off the deaths star blast right now if you believe the enterprise the can can can put up more resistance than the entire planet a fucking all doron i don't know what the talia um because like there's a difference between a small fire the discotheque despise natural coldness and bad assery can overcome and even suppress and like drug on just by direct worn on right on him.

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