18 Burst results for "Doucet"

World hunger problem can be overcome: UN envoy

UN News

10:02 min | 2 weeks ago

World hunger problem can be overcome: UN envoy

"As one of Africa's foremost thought leaders and a powerful advocate for agricultural reform Agnes Kalibata is responsible for running the first ever UN food system summit in an interview with Common Lennon from you a news Miss Calcutta, the secretary general's own void for the event outlines the ways that food systems negatively impacting the world, and how she plans to use the summit to address these problems she began by knowledge that the term food systems is not widely understood and explain why it's important to tackle. The Issue Foods Seems Pretty Complex I. I personally did not understand the the whole complexity and breadth and. Depth. For. Systems until I started engaging on this, there's a tendency that. Across. The different areas that constitute food systems we each look at the areas that impact us the most I'm from an agriculture sector perspective. So I look at how we produce food and I focus a lot on on how would produce help boxes food but there's so many other perspectives of food systems we to produce food we used a environment and and this definitely environmental perspective one but. To to consume food, it goes through several stages several of puth several things happen this whole complexity of issues around food systems from how produce it to how we move it around detail it tall with techy to the folk at the to the table. And and how influence how think about all that? There's a whole lot of. Influencing the also INS in the food system arena with regards to to to how again how food is produced how is moved reaches the table that impact. So a behavior that impacts how we think that impacts our culture. Food Systems extremely complex. It's about people's beliefs. It's about People's cultures, but it's also about life and how we leave and so so about how interact with the environment and I think how interact with the environment is probably. The most important. Part of what has gotten us in this conversation, how we interact with the environment has resulted in a security from from a food production, assist him in impacting two things in impacting our climate. So because we do contribute to emissions but also in impacting by diversity and how diversity walks for us all and yet we know that they've they've versity besides having the rich life itself. We it's something that we need to be able to to live a full life. So those are two parts of impacting the environment, but there's there's another perspective of food systems are also impacting our health one in every three. People this. The let the biggest cause of today is is how eat the type of food we eat is on nutrition we still have. About six, hundred, one, thousand, nine, hundred people to. That even amidst the plenty because we do have a lot of food in this world. The plenty a still going hungry. And, then there's this whole challenge around. The fact that I talked about that, we have so much food being produced to the extent that one trillion dollars worth of food western every one trillion dollars worth of food. So so meaning, we could actually feed the people that are going hungry or with how much we stink. So that is another perspective and then I talked about the issue of equitable neighborhoods and access to food, and then the issue of just ensuring that we have resilience in food systems so that we don't have challenges as we've seen with COVID data result of. Our. Our reaching. Overreaching inability to to access food that ends up gritting what sorts of other problems. So in a nutshell. We have those challenges but I think the most important part of our food system, which is the reason we are having different systems summit. The most important part of all that is recognizing the. Despite what we able to do we are awestruck in all the digital set out the top to do with food systems whether it is reducing poverty. Or whether it is reducing hunger or were they tease nutrition and how nutrition for us whether it is how impacting our environment reducing West The the perspectives of our food system, that I'm putting impacted by this digits not working with and in many cases are truck. So so the whole complexity of all these things being of truck is really what lead to. The secretary general last year calling for Food System Summit Thou be able to look at the challenges that the summit. The I mean the food system is presenting, but also the opportunities that the food system does present if we if we choose to look at it from a different angle, and if we choose to do different things and this summit is really about helping US Open the world governing action and helping people choose to do things differently what for you a successful food system summit like? A successful food summit with first of all governor is all the people that we are looking to engage because a food system summit in each and every one of us. So for me, I see our ability to rich and NIA and be able to mobilize mobilize cautiousness around what is broken in our food system, and how often system should change would be point number one, govern ising energy, and stressed. in you will looking at food system. So that would be point number one. How would we mobilize or wild to cut our food system number two would be. Recognized that we are off truck, how will we set ourselves doucet ambitions for ourselves to do things differently, the number of areas where action has already been defined with look at parties. When you could digits most of the things I've already been defined. The question is we off truck. The question is we are not on missions and not much ink or our actions are not much inclined to have laid out to do. So the For me success would be that we raise the on Bishen too much what we have laid out as what we wanted to see we know what wants to see, but we are not raising mission high enough to be. Able to come through those things. So number three is that we when we do have some commitments around, we can do to raise those ambitions to the that will transform our food system to new type of system. So for me, those would be the probably the three most important things. As you say, there is enough food for everyone, but people are still starving the environment is still being damaged. How is this failing system evolved? We've we've built excesses within insisting that we probably don't need that for me that would be point number one again, I talked about the amount of westward within our system. Do we have to have that type of West? We've designed a food systems in ways that are not responding to what we need as people. Is it possible to step back and escort sims? What do we really need and how focus but we need more than what is good to have? So we already have the good thing is have that knowledge would did have a not a lot of knowledge are around what is good for us and what is good for environment also have a lot of merger on what we are doing wrong and also have a lot of noted including technologies around what to do differently. That's why talk about ambition that's why I took about committing to that ambition. So what we need, it's what we need to do is not rocket science. What we need to do mostly is about. Galvanizing mobilizing their level. Of Energy into our systems and red level of interest but also the right level of political commitments from within our countries where we need to do that. And but also one shouldn't forget is mobilizing the right level of engagement for more private sector because food systems. Much as impacts all of us, we also a different players in different places at different times, and we have a whole lot of of players that do do engaging in different places and the interest change and their willingness to change and their willingness to work with all of us to find the right pieces of the food system that should be going forward. When we agree on what needs to be abandoned is but is some is as much a public good as it is a private sector thing that must all come around around. An unreadable together and yes, it's true. We have a central group that is working to help us understand the evidence of where we need to be going and what we need to be taking forward. And these people are galvanizing. Evidence from one of the world and they're looking at a tweet has been working in different places and they're looking at what what would work for where we are going. So we are going to build a lot of Of what we take forward on on the evidence that the central could group that has been put together will provide for us as as what constitutes what going forward looks like what leap what what we leave behind looks like. So we are going to to really depend a lot on what descent sense group is going to tell us. Do you think it's going to be difficult few to hold together the

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"doucet" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"doucet" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

"And then it was sort of after that nervous to start Hannam at why am I doing this? Why, why I'm on this face a women bitcoin. They want me to be. But why like can I didn't understand the meaning behind that I guess I still don't really? We'll visit number of them look from Hewlett -gistically point of view from point. I mean, if we can, if we've got what fifty million bitcoin accounts right now. We'll crypto accounts. Yeah, that's such a small penetration into the greater investment community. Now if on a five to seven percent of those women, we can maybe we can get to eighty five million by just thinking to the women in our lives. You know, the men's big to their wives, the daughters sisters. They're all that sorta stuff if we can get more participation. We can affectively double the size of the mock up just by including obey more inclusive. I think one of the things that women do struggle with Doucet still in groups is the they'll put up a photo of a, you know, a very skimpily dressed woman to get attention to then get their message across which, you know, if all was going into a group that was a picture of a man in his, you know, in some, I don't know, something strange like a Jason or something like that. I'd be like, oh, okay. This is a big confronting. I'm not quite sure that I want to be involved with this. It would put me off. So I think it's about if we can bring more women in we can increase the market cap, an of course, look the fifty percent of the population. Why would not help build? Oh, one thing, I've sort of been curious to Nari as that. You say, oh yet so far, the five to seven percent of the thing is women, like those, they've been almost the same stats in the last five years that I've actually been in the market. Would the same thing was seven percent that recording for years ago, which was when our our visa that's been on starting bitcoin by because I looked into that. I've mytalk at Margaret kind of eight oh, well money, three percent of the market's men fantastic. There will Giardi the gonna like boobs unless they guy will sorry. But then I also think it really depends on way, getting you'll sources from because if you go into, like Facebook is like a whole bunch of women in crypto groups now, noon. And I think if you went into those in started show, Vang them will, then, of course, it's gonna come out and say, oh, yes, the, the market cap of women is this ninety one percent of women seven percent, men, of course because that's what you've exposed that survey to the. It's a lot bigger. I wouldn't say it's fifty fifty but I'd say it's sold certainly a lot bigger than seven percent. I just looking at the wrong in the wrong areas to get our information and possibly as well that, you know, a lot of about a bunch of group, some of the best tribes of got a women now said that very publicly on a stage of five hundred men on a continue to say, you know, women tend to make better tribes, I've experienced that I've lost eight years teaching people, but I think as willing to often, I know these women are in these groups, but they they sit back bit. I just read an and they're observant, and I think that you know what are the foot she? But you know what it would've makes you happy and gets you through the day. But I'd love to see more participation and more more involvement because it's on I must admit there is a lot of the maturity still in a lot of these groups, and let's be honest. You know, run by groups. It's facebook. Groups could grips slack groups. It's Twitter and all that sort of stuff, and it is fairly mild dominated. These groups and it can come out and be quite immature and not something that we want to have at that, if, if we want to have a big market, capitalisation. We want to have more people coming into the spice we need some mature money. And if they kind of these groups, and they see these silly posts bitching, and moaning and carrying on. I'm not saying that's what goes on all the time, not go. But if they if they do come into the tunnel, I it's like a right. Well, let's check out this funny incident money, and they kinda go. Ooh, okay, yeah, this is this is just silly. I'm getting all this, if that wrong closes up at the wrong time, it might cost them on the opportunity. There lost extra maturity would be really pretty welcome. Absolutely. And I think the other thing is well, as it's, it's almost not our K to be wrong in our in these is I could soon as you say something wrong. It's like your handed on with the force of a million trawls. And I think as a as a woman edge probably a lot worse with whether or not, that's maybe because we're bit more emotionally susceptive. Able kinda thing. But it it probably is a lot worse because it's are we, you say to a man like in all you got that trading advice wrong go back to the kitchen kind of thing. Okay. So it's the same all silly sexist things crepe in. But look at the end of the day, the only way we're going to have changes by strong women making change and strong men that believe in them being in the space and we'll set up and go, hey, this is not this is not cool. You shouldn't do this and collectively. They can make it better. We just need the involvement. What would you say to anyone who's, who's sitting on the sideline and considering getting into the spice for their Bates, you know, work in the spice, because we short on blockchain, developers, or whether allegis wanna get it in stop buying some bitcoin. Crypto currencies. Go to blockchain, inferred. And if you look up all the transactions there is nothing that is transactions made by men and transactions made by women. You can't actually tell what gender both is making a transaction. Don't worry about it. I just think it should meddle border between your legs. If you can do a job. Great do it couldn't agree more. A thing is spot on. And look, we'll leave it on that. I mean he just that little point, I wanted to get that one across. He said it very powerfully will done and what do people find more information about you? If people wanna get in the spice learn more about what you're doing. They can go to WWW dot bitcoin dash paved or com or you can check me out on social media Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at bitcoin bay excellent will it's been absolute pleasure. Toguchi again Michaela good luck with everything going forward. I really appreciate your time and guys hugging enjoyed that show speech against sing Boston. Now. This show is probably sponsored by try to call dot com. 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"doucet" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"doucet" Discussed on 600 WREC

"So it is difficult for people, frankly, given our system that is so complicated to shop. But I think from. Come a point of view of someone who's sick. And I mean scared sick, you tend to take the advice of your doctor and depend on them to pick the right drugs. Now, you'd think that a lot of the time it would save an insurer money to make sure their patients take their meds and avoid the cost of more serious illness, even to the point of making the drugs free Doucet seen agrees to appoint. There are definitely clinical areas where we know if you can get people to consistently take the medications that you can save money on things like going to the hospital or going to them urging room, but there are a lot of complicated factors there. So in some cases, like in the Medicare Part d benefit for seniors. Those benefits are usually not tied to your medical benefit so saving money on one part of the benefit doesn't really. Help the same health plan. If you save money for Medicare, for example. So it ended up being a little complicated. But by and large, I think that that is true that we have a lot of clinical areas, and diabetes is a great example, where if you make sure that people can take the medication and afford to do that you can save money in the long run insurers, obviously have a huge stake in how people feel about the affordability of drugs and people are not happy so policy makers for the first time have begun to seriously consider Medicare for all plans, which would put insurers out of business. However in considering why people don't take their medications as they should cost is far from the only factor, sometimes they feel better and don't think they need their drugs anymore, or they don't feel worse if they don't take them sometimes.

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"doucet" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"doucet" Discussed on WEEI

"Talk about miserable NBA players as miserable as you can be when you're an NBA player, I suppose. We'll talk about the NFL draft with one of the rising stars in the draft analyst community. Jordan Reed will join us in about twenty minutes. I got a lot of stuff to talk about when Jordan joins us. There will start getting some at free agency in the NFL. It's gonna be going, and there's there's quite a few teams that might make some big mistakes with some of these offensive players in free agency. So we'll talk about that as well here on sports Saturday. How about this little nugget coming down if you haven't heard everything going on at LSU LSU has suspended their men's basketball coach because he's part of the FBI investigation where the FBI had him on wiretap? Discussing how to make a payment to a handler of a player that player is now going to sit out the game for LSU? And what was a promising season for the bayou Bengals has sort of gone off the rails. The school has suspended LSU's will Wade. And now this from Jacques Doucet from W F A B in Baton Rouge. Yuck. Yuck. He's saying that because he's engaging county or because it's actually Jacques I'm saying because it's spelled jock. No interested in Baton Rouge. So it's clearly Jacques you being respectful of the coach. I just wanted to clarify I very respectful of the Cajun culture as well. As their French influences. Trust me, I love a.

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"doucet" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"doucet" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Near the upscale Doucet hotel. An explosion outside a hit three calls one. A suicide bomb goes off inside the hotel surveillance video shows four gunman entering the hotel opening fire, sending guests screening into the street. People all over themselves to escape through windows crouching in the anti-terrorist squads rushing inside where they go from room to room flushing out. The attack is the operation taking hours pink officers eating days victims to safety today. Al Qaeda linked terror group. Al Shabaab, claiming responsibility. The government did say the site was secured, but more gunshots were heard and families reporting loved ones still inside hiding and texting for health officials say twenty one people were killed in the attack. President Trump will once again sit face to face with North Korean leader, Kim Jong Hoon White House. Oh, saying Mr. Trump and Kim Jong UN will meet again sometime next month just two days ago. Vice president Pence said there hasn't been much progress we still await concrete steps by North Korea to dismantle the nuclear weapons that threaten our people in our allies in no word, whether this White House meeting change that Andy Field ABC news, Washington. A high level terror plots centered around the White House has been foiled ABC news chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas. We FBI is laying out a chilling tale involving a proposed suicide attack that was supposed to happen. January seventeenth here in Washington. Among the targets considered the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial and a specific synagogue, but the most detailed and focused planning involved a plot to attack the White House with a three man team using salt rifles hand-grenades an anti-tank rocket launcher. The plan was to cause a distraction reached the White House grounds blow a hole in the mansion. And then proceed to kill as many people as possible and do the most damage the FBI says it. Ashir to heave Twenty-one was arresting after he attempted to trade his car for the weapons, but it was all a single weapons were fake and the other terrorists that too he thought he was dealing with were actually undercover FBI operatives posing as radicals the case began last March when local police contacted the FBI and told them that he had been radicalized the FBI sent undercover informants to make contact with the he will actually begin discussing allegedly deadly operations. He said, quote jihad was the best deed in Islam in London. It was a week of turmoil. As the Brexit battle continues..

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"doucet" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"doucet" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Outs free. PM upscale Doucet hotel an explosion outside of five three calls. A suicide bomb goes off inside the hotel lobby. Surveillance video shows four gunman entering the hotel opening fire, sending guests screaming into the street. People fall over themselves to escape through windows crouching in the dots. No word yet on the identity of the American who was killed in the attack the woman who replaced Hillary Clinton in the Senate wants to succeed her again on the democratic presidential. Ballot. More from correspondent, Michelle Franzen. You have anything you would like to announce. Yes. And with that New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand made it official on CBS is the late show with Stephen Colbert to run for president. I states that after just a few months ago running for reelection. Gillibrand was asked during the debate. If she would run for president, she vowed to serve out her six year term gillibrand joins a growing number of Democrats running for twenty twenty former Obama housing chief Julio Castro. Hawaii Representative Tulsi Gabbard also announced and Senator Elizabeth Warren taking the first step forming an exploratory committee. Ran has led a charmed political life in New York state but passer her detractors elsewhere, including those who hold a grudge about how she led the charge to push Al Franken of the Senate. Meanwhile, calls are growing for embattled congressman Steve king to resign. The Iowa Republican vows to stay on the job the house of representatives solidly voting four hundred twenty four to one for a resolution of disapproval of white supremacy and white nationalism after king made racist comments to the New York Times. I.

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"doucet" Discussed on Drink Champs

Drink Champs

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"doucet" Discussed on Drink Champs

"This dismal to say. Doucet to the wedding. I didn't see those. In the choice. I was just saying here in Q, but if sort of show. Yeah. I was sending you take out of that. He he ate not old. But he time is pants. You know, what I'm saying he OG so this shit that he I see that's. We we we love. Do I love you? Young either a young mega skipping. What I'm doing? Here's the coldest woven the game. You know what? I mean. I'll be honest. Anybody can figuring that asking you gotta. Have. I. What? Oh that that's that's also. So let me take it back to the beginning. Again. Right. You being a grip and from what was your first time meeting, the blood and was was animosity all wasn't just like, okay. This. Maybe. You know, why? Because like I say no is. And then my my my cousin my family like most of my family is like they blood. Family members here. Okay. And they blew my my real family members. They my really some numbers. Like, I call them my ready. So that you can't come cousins because they cook. Family. Like. Really? So you know, I mean, they will say cousin really respect him that way. Hey. In in. All you know, what I'm saying? Long beaches. And they know you all day. What are they know? You know, we they. We love you chance to. Young dark on here yesterday. What made you put him cutting? Say I was listening. Like. Don't get a lot of money. He had a blue teeth. Brew jury and blue area seen. I it was different. It would the dog get a lot of money here. Don't make me changes should up. Who? No. But and he brother he said he said. That's the homey. Say I'm going to say, I'm gonna tell you. I love to say. So everyone, I'm. I was just an adult for mini and then. Dolphin put over at the time. I was doing. But then I was the sheet this sheet the song the song hit my soul. It was..

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"doucet" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"doucet" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"You're talking about i believe one of the main things what's his child over in england i think the die dying and i work with a lot of people in the states here would let came to the states and eric citizens and they would tell me things like no big deal like this my boss he had a brother in england and under socialized medicine they were supposed to take out and then i operated on removes the good i know yeah and and he was very upset about it oh i would imagine i'd be upset too but some other people from england very nice people and another fellow was told that they add some kind of the skin disease cured so they're just going to let him go and die accepted it like you know the way it is it was insane i couldn't believe it that passivity just drives you crazy doesn't it joe when you hear that you're american you go over europe you hear some of these stores start interjecting why don't you try doucet and it's like i don't even wanna hear it it's a totally different mindset joe which is why we are who we are here in america thanks a lot for your call let's try to slip in one very quick call here from denise yet about thirty forty five seconds here i really i just have a question and it's really kind of for you and that is what do you think we should be as americans and tax payers and we do have the government in healthcare whether we think we do or not obviously it is because a lot of tax dollars go to it but whether we are differentiating by age and by stage disease so advocating for everyone to get all the healthcare they want with the possibility and probability in many cases that others will have their labor taken from them in order to pay for all the healthcare or are you distinguishing between end of life versus newborn life so complex on so many levels but be assured the government's already in it with our tax my goodness you're absolutely right denise were really far down this road aren't we and this is a discussion we need to have you know i want i want to.

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"doucet" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"doucet" Discussed on RobinLynne

"The set of breaking happened to you know he how many hop lockers and breaker showed up to date it down with that the you know how meden man from all over law says if every fought pomona san bernardino pasadena uh uh the valley and all of my leg and showed up the you know and threat accordingly you know right so that be a part of what i was doing in the hip hop of course when uh rappers delight came out i was like that word clay i have two i have to be a part of that you know they've already well before the risk it came out i mean is actually directed sorta spurred everybody in rap but would heads you'd be with certain you know um well against nobody nobody really knew about wrapping into you didn't live in new york too much about that but but did you used the name with doucet from the not logic know as as a pop locker with the gruber trials i was known as lady pick to occur is usually you were named after the the best moves you had no i was our ticker and atakov uh ag orbit have what coin did you pick up now used you you raptors delight you'd decide you see you can do bet they'll cave much exactly the same thing with me when i heard that i was a dj already put i said you know what i was a little teeny rods that i can do that in that was with spark need at same bracket so at what point did you start in what pointed you start becoming reduce.

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"doucet" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

Google Cloud Platform Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"doucet" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"Diversities foundations and groups like the american civil liberties union so it's a really interesting organization that's come about an is pushing for a ethics to kinda throwback to our machine learning bias and fairness discussion a few weeks back says one cool thing nice but i am going to mention something that actually i think i've been wanting for really long time su if you use clubbed at a store fully managed export and import we cloud data store is now generally available for river use this tool probably for a long time you remember the old admin tool that was existed was at recon draw but a mature jobs it wasn't the best experience one could possibly have had i'll put it that way no it was good it did the job but this tool it looks to be a whole lot better you'll have a new api this integration with i am and previously like you're looking at much longer times during backups these backups should be happening a whole lot foster as well so if you want to check it out with lincoln the show notes assure through how you can export and import entities at through the documentation it looks like a much nicer and easier process them what we previously heads i'm super happy about that yes and there's also blog post out there on how color the company uses the new variant transforms tool for breakthrough clinical data science with big query this is interesting from a genetics perspective for those out there who are in that space so colors a health services company that offers affordable and accessible genetic testing and they wanted to be able to do more heavy data mining on the data that they have to better understand their client dna so variance is a popular taskin genomic analysis and it's basically identifying a variant of a specific genome from some reference genome as a big query was something that they went with because apparently it's very mature in terms of its ability to handle type of doucet's at they're working with because it's fully managed data warehouse and it has strong genomic data import mechanism and the very transforms is uh recently released tool that's basically in its own opensource tools out on get hub i will have the lake but it's basically a able to handle massive amounts of genetic.

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"doucet" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"doucet" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"And i guarantee your they're gonna have the time of their life uh with this insurance ages so get fund questions like this one the other thing is i will put up a sign donate the peppers at gucci mane uh but it doesn't matter because you've now giving them a warning uh and now they are you said i told you that beat the peppers then you wait the peppers anyway and now they can argue what is and there is a very interesting part of the law called attractive nuisance but that's only for children that you set up for example let's say you of a huge hole in your yard right that kids just kids aggravate god to be kohl's by huge sinkholes or whatever and you do nothing about it because it's your property and it's inherently unsafe but it attracts kits it's just one of those things that kids go to and that's an attractive doucet's and the rules are different as to liability uh but in the end you're probably not going to be held liable why don't you cover your but a couple of ways and tell your insurance company that you're a good you're going to be putting up a sign and i would have fix it to the somehow to the front of the house i saw so it is not easily taken out if you put it on a up if you put her on a pole write a post and put it in the ground is gone instantly who's not going to take a odd don't eat the pepper sign and put it on their wall okay well you that up with a mousetraps around there uh yeah so that's that's how i would cover rate uh which i yeah is there i ability i think so uh the insurance company has to defend but discover your ass or or even better halloween when.

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"doucet" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"doucet" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Accordingly right now might fill that being a part of what i was doing in the hip hop of course when uh rappers delight came out i was like that word play i have to i have to be a part of that i know i've already well before the rift it came out of actually directed sorta spurred everybody in in but would head you've been were certain you know um well i guess no there's nobody really knew about rap and into uh if you didn't live in new york too much about that but but did you use the name with doucet from the top logitech down now as a pop locker with gruber trans i with known as lady tick i'm occur you usually you were named after the the best moved you had no i was our ticker and our atakov at a bit have what coin did you pick up now you you hear raptors delight you decide you can you can do that they'll cave much is observers there were the same thing with me when i heard that i was a dj already put i said you know what i will lure little teeny rounds i can do that in that was with spark need at same record so at what point did you start in what pointed you start becoming the juice well i became with do so that you know that was a spurt after high school where i decided i'm gonna be a hustle men in at internet hustle mode in it you know won't speak on the hustle because the definitely wasn't drugs but i got it was something they could really you know probably still give me in trouble to this day but it was about some people and we all need that it todd's okay you build me murrow.

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"doucet" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"doucet" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"She's i the head accu angry and i disappointed dale the girl gluons annual out here for the belushi she's not do it looked that can't see it off oh man we've all been necci atwood cinemark not allowed the bags anymore they add that's another lad is not gonna stop anyone from bring a big boobs next to the theatre yhombi in a like papa from o rama shock through woulda would have the all smack bag of families eyes chipped in my back i'm the kwena of food to the theatre opera youtuber rebels entrepot lay waffle miyawaka mars in a bottle of water instant candy over the years i've taken a wendy's taco bell pinera chinese flu a tramp dinner pizza frigid fried chicken i am undefeated knows colonized can stop me what kind of a rough be among yeah i i do uh i would negate more of a kansas not a good accomplice i am not i am not goud at this she she thing we're gonna go to prison assumptions like a gang on doucet catch and we just gonna look like an the most guy to go back out that plan a car but care is you can do no crowds a care i i tell people i am not to want to do crowd we off if daycare matt black as we all gain car we also know petro house i'm gone they're gone flash that lied on me i am seeing in a all black add that's why i am gubert the grant dow on that is is is is tough not to go to jail for sheets you wake news i'm not doing go to jail.

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"doucet" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"doucet" Discussed on talkRADIO

"The few remained blina's now i'm not just don't love to make a good headline doesn't he he deals st his helpless fatigue doucet good sasid maybe is that yeah i think i think it might well be it's as simple as that uh he he does cool the limelight so i i think he's pretty honest about the fact he does that had so um otherwise the kind of alternative explanation i just rating their lights out of the missile what are you what is the alternative explanation well that that the pence he's having second thoughts uh mess up the perhaps uh uh you know he's he's he's having second thoughts himself about about leaving i called you mentioned that's the case had a you had a meeting was bonnie did you think that might it changed his mind about what he thinks about these inc when it's quite interesting that he's c he said that he doesn't think the bondi is going to give us a good deal but again that doesn't alter the question carol because we all his name that the eu is games played this i was going to say philippi what that but i would say that i said that they were always going to you know dolts actually ballet and give us ever think we want to edge an antirussian selfless be very open about that fix the owns a to a new deal situation is to meet with new deal because by justify every measure possible we're not exactly i must say it's makes me eu itself has been do he's doing in the polls which yeah going back to the people again and again to like back to them into going along with eu wounds absolutely exactly right and even if we take it at face value nigel i think brother ethically stupid comment that too able knock the the levers and the the remained as into touch which of calculating that's right so what do we do we can't hold referendum after referendum until we get the right origo definitive um the anybody's rights or more definitive on say even firearms if it just makes a complete mockery emmy golkar faces on we had that we had us the council on today and and i asked them the question i right.

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"doucet" Discussed on Go Time

Go Time

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"doucet" Discussed on Go Time

"Set up the handlers in they have some help her staff but there are actually either broken reduce doucet things differently um so you have to kind of integrate libraries that's always than you how you always have to integrate libraries which is really annoying yet set him up and tell them how they interact with the other libraries in so he build with this system because real easy for libraries to almost self assemble and you're just using go interfaces as the mechanism for doing this so then i built a kind of a these are all come or experimental stuff but a a console component that gives you basically wraps up the authentication so you have a patriots as login authenticates with whatever providers configured takes you'd it's kinda like very had many looking thing with the top menu reconfigure but it says the title is in the menu items are actually provide by hooks so when i create the wikki system it's like okay here's the menu item you know i wanna wikki towards as wikki in that links to the a page that dan it it renders part of the page in than hands the rest off to the wikki to render its pages um um at so it's it's a really amazing way too right it feels like we never had compose abol software before and it's such a different way of of building a not differentials like it's it feels so good um working with the system it's taken years to kinda get get right and reproduce and go but i think i finally done it so now the it is i'm gonna build a bunch of stuff with it because i was the whole point is by having reusable components iin easily throw together systems and ideas and projects so one of the things that i want to do with this is rebuild command il from tiny from the ground up like based on the existing code base um in in actually public like open source from the beginning and i've been doing a lot of streaming so that people kinda watch my work on it so i'm going to try and build every component from the ground up a building a commando system uh which by the way is this kind of like it's sort of like functions observers.

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"doucet" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"doucet" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"The rams believe that they have not come close to peak performance so that that's interesting to me so maybe uh maybe they're more for real that it we will definitely be watching you mentioned the texans company time to take on the rand's we appreciate mike silver gin nfl network reporter silver check monitoring by the aftermath a twelve new pacific and is gonna be discussing the rancid is feature or joerg off kuka scan air this sunday on nfl network's nfl game day morning thank you man we appreciate it thanks guys know about my man you had asked him or crummy late day of waiting to get the rotation like well you know about it pass that with the even though i love it i had talked him aboard a minute guys book was in your hand right now you better a column on your i may i will we using it to you of a mother hey know allowed to go you could do whatever you won't owner out a he ever nowadays and the fact that you went to a christmas party with the coach's family and it was him as a toddler doucet like mcveigh was actually at the chris boardman hodler but he was a little baby idi baby daddy it might have been and the other different era earlier four different era ninety christmas party tea was young he has three you owe the sale dollar with saturday when he was three two will give you some of this debt settlement when some of erasers miller.

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"doucet" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"doucet" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Yes executives chris what much better songs okay i will give you that that started peppers with more ground unequivocal yes but not better and then this is like i love this one is like on the bus songs to area she's i love this one happiness is a one gun i don't even know what he means but i like it's up to me i think it was a progun song even though probably was duty oh yeah ooh yeah this is a great great great race oh i got pause for a moment because when you also talk about with the southern peppers liu what so we got here this one's own this is a good soft wherever the beatles doucet's sits are it's good ooh going to find the most talking about that i have that's really really good to i think the white albums in the stunning to the white out cali team smoke i put about fifteen years ooh this is a great song i'm serious now this one here how many times have you been studying goal this for me i was college at three in the morning the song is on his this when we come back a song that my mom used to sing to me as babe that i then sank the my kids from the better beatles of all that coming up next on the chris program and wbap.

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"doucet" Discussed on Rense Radio Network

Rense Radio Network

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"doucet" Discussed on Rense Radio Network

"Then consistent doucet that thing your honest out of people or dishonest you're out get peace gave him a wide and then and then finely when it blows over you have to do is nothing that was never brought on the first play well yeah there's some big deal and you continue on never ran surfer charge never admit hill you never take responsibility never see except punishment always manipulate the system dr you know but reactions com had a minute and how addition the worst whenever we know we had a political institution like the one you know i did nation they are the most corrupt politicians never at bay told work everyone's eyes and they get away with it and the people uncommon out on our personally themselves and they used to get to do what they don't want to get their hands thirty directly the odds all of it his all ap sure raid and in the end real reasoning for it is self becker and eyes let's get more first cells and to get more money have led to get more these guys get more power to connect a deadline because we can get more money because gets me other than that you know i have a serious issues in going to some least fundraisers reason we're just trying to squeeze the spine is knowing she knows she sec trying to squeeze as much money into were campaigning they'll be leftover lots of leftover funds but should be carefully and stealth away sequestered here and there but this is beyond so i cup affiliate this is the should career practiced professional okay i don't think this is something you find in a mental health textbook as much as you find and somebody who has re written the roles on how to profit.

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