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Projects Aim To Build Sustainable Agriculture In Indonesia

Correspondents Report

06:02 min | 4 months ago

Projects Aim To Build Sustainable Agriculture In Indonesia

"Indonesia's pollution and rubbish problems legendary and in Greater Jakarta to around thirty million people. Construction Development are taking a huge toll on the environment but there are still tiny pockets of grain in the concrete jungle. One Australian man is trying to engage his local village to Cape Development by by encouraging sustainable farming organic produce and recycling Indonesia correspondent and Baka reports. Came here this was all terracing. People who've been growing SWEET POTATO. Hiffernan them time probably in the possibly rise on the southern outskirts of Jakarta is a pocket of Lush Green Hills as skyscrapers and high rise. Buildings spread relentlessly outward from the Indonesian capital. This is one of a dwindling number of fertile areas in Greater Jakarta very special web the arise on this water is plentiful here even during the long dry season but the constant precious of development threaten this pristine patch. We're kind of wanting to to projects that help. Save that Middle Section and and that's what we've been told Australian John Ryan and his Indonesia wife. Dante have taken on an experiment not only to protect this small green enclave but to use it to enlist as many locals as possible to spread the word about environmentally sustainable farming organic produce recycling and Waste Management Turning Waste Management. You got the classic scenario. Every afternoon people pile up their rubbish and burner and it's they don't understand him to patients You know they've been doing it for hundreds of years sweeping the leaves and burning them every day the couple moved here from Melbourne to sit up. Coban Mata Lima or five is farm. Which combines everything from fish farming ecu- opponents and permaculture to medicinal plants organic crop St Tea Production and recycling all on less than two acres of land. They don't pretend they can change the world. Their own village would be enough but in a city. That's arguably the most polluted and lead in Southeast Asia. They play a tiny role in shifting people's thinking towards cleaner greener healthier lives. We see the big world took this opportunity to her. They can we get to be the ten reasons they will be the running and they can open. Look at Wall Big Rene to get back to get back in touch. With the natural world that we've cocooned ourselves from these wonderful cities full of the technology in the concrete and the concrete Eden that we've built on those wet where we've actually built nature out villages around Kabul in Mata Lima torn between traditional lives as Rizal Crop Farmers and the lure of modern day living. What Green there is left. Here is littered with plastic and rubbish. The local river is used to wash clothes water crops and feed animals and for many as a toilet classic came into play in about seventies here and it just kept building off and that just got added to what they did in the natural environment. And there's no differentiation in the thinking is when you have a discussion about the plastic. It's bad for our health that you're not old. Blassie wish lost two and half years. We build a wall. Thousands of plastic and glass bottles went into building. Jonah Dante's unusual home. Fourteen thousand car tires have been used in the house and to build. Fencing around five is Some of the villages were gardens or on maintenance local landowners come to workshops on organic farming recycling and most days schoolchildren dropping to practice their English shore out of curiosity over no shops at a deeper level about some of the ecology and biodiversity on farm about different processes founding at Kopenicks that. We're running the animal thumb. The the Organic Thurman Different Systems. These things I love to be teaching and we have been starting to do that with different groups from around Indonesia and also from the payroll so dream of a local farmer's market for organic produce heavy market. We can offer them something bigger. Say Kay the spare land a little bit and then grow organic and we buy it from you but we still working in the market. We can promising new. Organic farming is far from new in Indonesia. A big Further south supplies many of the supermarkets in Jakarta but at a local family level. It's still rare. The whole cultural organic in here is viewed as expensive. So it's it's about the value of his. Is this really organic and if it is going to do John. Reid believes healthy. Plants and produce can in turn lead to a healthier Indonesia improve. The economy is trying to. It doesn't have to be expensive to calm in some of the ways that we're doing and that it's just a a change of thinking. Indonesia would benefit because their food will be healthier. They will grow eventually faster. They have to initially be patient. India's countries and in the process in certain provinces where the whole province one of them anymore India has has gone. Oh Canada the government has helped support and everyone's had to be very patient for two years in a transition and then they re benefits and Boca reporting from Jakarta there.

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BBC reverses decision on journalist race complaint'.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

06:11 min | 9 months ago

BBC reverses decision on journalist race complaint'.

"Coming up on the news BBC reverses this decision on Ackerman Chetty race complaint. US President Impeachment Whistle blowing endangered by trump criticism mm-hmm and three hundred fifteen billion tonne iceberg breaks off Antarctica. It's Monday September ten thirty. I'm Anthony Davis the BBC's director Director General Lord Hall has reversed a decision to partially uphold the Complaint Against Breakfast TV presenter Nag Amon Chetty. He told staff that munchies words were not sufficient to merit a partial uphold of the complaints against her she had criticized the US presidents motives after he said four four female politicians of color should go back to places from which they came. Mr Hall said he personally reviewed the decision of the complaints unit he he reiterated that racism is racism and the BBC is not impartial on the topic. The corporation said the complaint was originally partially upheld because it's aditorial guidelines do not allow for journalists to give their opinions about the individual making the remarks all them motives for doing so in this case Donald trump it comes off to dozens of black actors and broadcasters called on the BBC to overturn its decision to uphold the complaint against against Mon- chetty in an email to BBC staff. Mr Hall said many of you asked that I personally reviewed the decision of the Ecu I have done so I have looked carefully at all the arguments that have been made and assessed all the materials in this instance. I don't think naggus words were sufficient to merit a partial uphold of the complaint around the comments she made there was never any sanction against Negga. I hope this step makes that absolutely clear. He added that she he is an exceptional journalist and he is asked editorial and leadership teams to discuss how we manage live exchanges on air around these topics in in the future a change. Dot Org online petition in support of Nag Amon Chetty had this morning reached almost sixty thousand signatures the lawyers for a whistle blower whose complaint triggered the US presidential impeachment inquiry say Donald Trump's words words are endangering their client since the transcript of his call with the president of Ukraine was revealed. Mr Trump has called for the anonymous whistleblower to be unmasked asked Democrats say the whistle blower will testify to Congress soon once steps taken to protect their identity. Mr Trump has suggested his opponents could be arrested for treason the letter from the whistle blowers legal team in which the law is called attention to Mr Trump's language was sent to acting director of National Intelligence since Joseph Maguire on Saturday and made public on Sunday. The events of the past week of heightened out concerns that our clients identity will be disclosed publicly and that as a result our clients will be put in harm's way wrote the lawyer it quotes. Mr Trump is saying I want to know who's the person that gave the whistle blower the information because that's close to a spy you know what we used to do in the old days when we were smart right with spies and treason right. We used to handle them a little differently than we do now. The letter also references a fifty thousand dollar bounty that too conservative trump's supporters have offered offered as a reward for information about the whistle blower last night. Mr Trump re tweeted a Fox news guest who warned that if Mr Trump is removed from office office it will spark a civil war-like fracture in this nation from winchell country will never heal Illinois Republican Congressman Adam Kim Zinger condemned Mr Trump's tweet as repugnant Amery ice shelf in Antarctica Attica has just produced his biggest iceberg in more than fifty years. The carved block covers one thousand six hundred thirty six square kilometers in Area A little smaller than Scotland's of sky and is called D. twenty-eight the scale of the Burgh means it will have to be monitored and tracked because it could pose who's a future hazard to shipping not since the early nineteen sixties. Ameri carved bigger iceberg that was a whopping nine thousand square kilometers in Area Ameri is the third largest ice shelf in Antarctica and is a key drainage channel for the east of the continent. The Shelf is essentially the floating extension a number of glasses that flow off the land into the sea losing Bergh's to the ocean is how these ice streams maintain equilibrium balancing using the input of snow upstream de twenty-eight is calculated to be about two hundred ten meters thick and contain some three hundred fifteen billion tons device the name comes from classification system run by the US National Ice Center which divides the Antarctic into quadrants Michaud assure currents and winds who carry e twenty-eight Westwood's. It's likely to take several years for it to break apart and melt completely you can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast. APP Oscar Smart Speaker or enable the news as your you're Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skill follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast. The news is an independent production covering politics takes inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.

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Italy’s Crackdown on Migrants Meets a Grassroots Resistance

BBC World Service

13:10 min | 1 year ago

Italy’s Crackdown on Migrants Meets a Grassroots Resistance

"There's a very hot issue, of course, which is preoccupying a of people here in Italy as it does in other parts of Europe. And that's the issue with Mike Gration immigration asylum seekers refugees beat irregular migrants polls consistently show here initially that sixty to eighty percent of Italians put this is one of the top priorities. And yet you seem to be going gates public opinion by advocating a more open policy towards refugees and migrants justify that. In fact, I don't advocate for a more open policy. I just advocate for the respect of human rights. I think this is the basis where we have to agree what the league wanted me to be perceived. It's like the one of the open door policy. This is it costs them fake news. The put into debate. I always say that we have to get access. To the territory to those who are in need of protection because this is written our constitution, and our lows, I also say that those who don't have the permit to stay in order to enter so the migrants economic migrants they should be expelled. But respecting the rights because they are human beings. But I mean, you know, Mary aboard gaze of the league in two thousand thirteen set of you. Because of course, I should say that you were chief spokesperson for the United Nations High commission for refugees, fourteen years until twenty twelve so very steeped in this issue of refugees. And he said, you are a perfect example of the global lazy bleeding hearts that dispense advice left right and center without having a clue what's actually going on with immigration and asylum seat. I have no clue if I have no clue working fourteen fifteen years for the UNHCR. I don't see how there. To speak at this. Is this a Maria Borges? Here's your he's very well known. No. I think I know what I'm talking about. I'm talking about the respect of our constitution, and the respect of our lows basing, I touch with public opinion. But you know, it doesn't take a little out of touch with public opinion. And people say we don't want any more. And even now Naito Salvini, interior minister has said of these forty seven migrants all heading towards Sicily. They're not going to be allowed to descend. Yes. In italy. Because we have been was he sings it the dumping ground for all these regular migrants coming into your motto Salvini is everyday speaking about migrants is obsessed by migrants is not doing is. But. Fallen voters, and they voted him in we comment. He believe more and more popular, we entirely an electric of good strategy. But if you minister of interior you have to do something else. He's not doing his job as a minister of interior is not tackling. Mafia penetrating detailing economy is not focusing on. Exploited workers is not focusing on violence in the stadium is not working in so many issues with. Traded arteries with flex voters concerns, and he says in answer to your point about human rights. And so on he says, I am willing to host women and children who are escaping from war. But all the others. No. I mean, that's fair enough, isn't it? My phone's irregular migrants coming to Italy in Europe, economic reasons, they're very different from refugees. He's saying I won't turn away refugees fleeing persecution. That's all okay. Is very good in inventing inventing in emergency. Every time there is a boat with rescued people at sea, which has to land everytime is so good in creating an international crisis. But is it normal that eaten at continent of five hundred million people, you know, you have to spend two weeks in negotiating with the prime ministers ministers European institution in order to allow forty nine people to disembark, isn't this ridiculous? So we're losing the sense of reality. This is not a way to manage to give answers to migration. This is just the way to make propaganda, but you are failing to get your message for aren't you to the electric because public sympathy lies with the arguments espoused by Salvini, and for example, when you say Italy with his aging population needs migrant labor, we need Mike. Labor here to care for the elderly and Sony. Several tens of thousands every year we need to absorb that. People are not buying that argument. You know, they got the are. There are reasons why we are in the situation because I think people fear fear the future people fear those who come from far away. And so then he was very good to exploit that fear. You know, he's a raising fear every single day, despite the fact that the arrivals decrease of eighty percent every day is a putting aside anxiety. Invasion invasion during the election campaign. He promised to send out from me. That's it's warding to a spell six hundred thousand irregular migrants is said in front of me in a TV debate in few weeks. I will send six hundred thousand migrants. So none of them were expelled because it's very difficult. You ask divert the attention. The landing, but your immigrant population has doubled from two point five billion million to five million in the last ten years. So now immigrants former by eight point five percent of Italian population. Scipio people look around them and see. But nevertheless, the point I put to you is why you're losing the argument when you say look talion economy needs migrant labor, Peter not listening to you. Why not why not because what I try to say. It's I- reasons I give I tried to put this into the contest. So you need to think about it. While Salvini is just a, you know, making his Logan, very simplistic. Why are you gonna make a slogan? A simple slogan is your cousin when things go bad. You need is Cape Cod and Cape Cod. Savini is migrant. We are in a time when you know. We are in the period of the hate in politics. And the policy of hates the politics of aids. The politics of aid knits, escape got and escape. Good are migrants or European institutions. The fact is it's not only migration that you'll lose any argument center-left politicians such as you be the social Democrats in the Czech Republic. The social Democrats in Germany in the Netherlands, the socialists in France only losing ground to the anti-establishment parties populist parties, whatever you want to call them. And they are the ones who are really on the March. Why are you using the battle with the electric? Yeah. I think they are responsibilities here which can't be ignored inequality. Inequality is raising in various countries in Europe. And it was really under estimated impact of inequality into this aside. So. So I think that there was not a proper management of the globalization and the consequences of a globalization. So the markets were left alone to do whatever they thought it was fair, but they don't have to. They care of the social equality, this politician work. So I think the left wing forces really lost a lot of time before understanding that was need to react against the inequality, which you people are you? Yes and ineffective ineffective. So also Stanley directive. Your measures are saying when we were with the find two thousand and eight and the price is right in two thousand five hundred quite financial crisis. Okay. So the governments of the EU and institutions the European institution decided ECU this cure district. Ended up to kill the passion because thirty measures where they Terry. Because they blaming the traditional left because traditional left in in different countries. Griselda didn't protect them. You buy this as at public is spending when you cut public spending when you cap pensions when unemployment goes up do enough populists the anti established anti how this reform capitalism to make it more responsive to anybody's needs. They're taking your clothes. I'll tell you what. Dr Daniel potasium political. Scientist says there's a crisis of the left in Italy at the current coalition government has introduced the basic citizen's income for some of the poorest in Italian society an initiative, which will cost some ten billion euros introduced a basic payment of seven hundred eighty euros a month. That's the kind of thing that you would traditionally be doing, and we we had already kind of allowance of four people. But of course, more money was needed to cover the older needy people. So. We the previous government. I was not in government. I was the speaker. But the previous government the previous governments in the last legislature China to cope with this. But it was a too little and too late. So now, we have the European parliamentary elections in may. Yes. And more than seven hundred seats in the European parliament and the president the populist party's anti-subversion parties have about twenty percent of the seats looking at the polls that rejected to do a lot better. Now have twenty five percent or so they make it of the scene. So what do you think will happen now in this kind of debate that we're having abound inequality? Yes. Who's going to be mental Beira? Well, this elections are going to be crucial for the future of Europe. Because it's the first time where you have anti-european forces, which are quite popular in embarrassed countries. So I think. We can as a progressive forces be. Consider this election business as usual. We have to organize ourselves because I see these populist nationalist that they've tried to organize themselves at international level Salvini is very active. Auburn too often. Yes with others. So I think what at least as far as Italy is concerned. I made a proposal. We can we have to join forces all the left wing parties have to join forces. But. Oaken izing a new project so giving giving those who are disappointed those who were didn't coincidence have represented anymore. Yeah. A lot of segment of society is which abundant. Left wing parties. Okay. We have to put day issues at the center of our European agenda issues and keep them representation. So we have to do you think this will happen? The next I this realistic should happen. If we want to survive if we want to put a bit of hope because otherwise if we go each party for itself, we already know we have lost. We know that there is no hope so hope for the centre-left era eve, the centre-left doesn't understand the importance of this election. And if doesn't understand the importance it has to make a new project with new faces fresh faces fresh broad new issues and put at the centre tackle inequality. This is the core of the issue. We have to understand that. If we don't act to reduce the quality. There is no future for the left wing

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"ecu" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"ecu" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Seven left here in the first half ECU, the former Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Jeff flake. Led the pirates to a peach bowl victory back in the nineteen ninety s most famous graduates here, Vince McMahon. W W E fame. Sandra Bullock, went to East Carolina she pursued her acting career before earning her degree. At another NFL legend, Chris Johnson two thousand yard Russia and former forty yard dash record holder at the scouting combine before John Ross came along also played his college football at ECU. The pirates have the ball. They trail by three foster outside the Arkwright dribbles between the legs passes on the wing for Davis who has been smoking hot Brooks defense Davis dribbling to the top of the key. Now foster for the Thai is three point shot is perfect Swiss he kisses three fingers and blows a kiss to the crowd. Thirteen all the score. After the pair cats lead nine nothing. Jennifer, shoot a three point shot for Cincinnati in and out. No, good offensive rebound. Trevor more goes up banks it in nice maneuvering inside by Trevor more. Fifteen thirteen Cincinnati east. Carolina has it in the frontcourt. Fleming in front of the bearcat bench bounce feed down low spicy top of the key. Here's a three point shot for the lead. Isaac flooding connects and the pirates had their first lead of the game sixteen to fifteen. Some of the fans are standing here. In Greenville, Jennifer bounce pass top of the key for Kane. Broom Nola feedback to Justin Jennifer right back to Broome between the circles being guarded by K. J Davis shot clock at ten. Jennifer driving to the free throw line. Lots of contact. No whistle now. Broom back to Jennifer he's near the top of the key passes for Brome into the corner. Trevor more with two to shoot lost it out of bounds. And it's a thirty second violation. Cincinnati never came close to attempt a shot at Trevor more never even looked at the rim. He pump fake, but his eyes were nowhere near the rim out there. Running an offense instead of realizing at the end of the sock lock you are the office in there for reason Jaren Cumberland returns after an ineffective stretch for Kane. Broom the pirates had the ball with his sixteen to fifteen lead. They've outscored the Bearcats sixteen to six at the Cincinnati jumped in front nine zip foster two steps outside. The three point stripe back towards center court and Fleming holds up five fingers on the right hand as he triples toward the left point. Now, it's Gardner at the free throw line had its script by Trevor Moore racing. The other way Davis chasing defend of late defensively. More lace it up and in putting the body in front of them cut the defender all tweaking get to the holy make the basket to baskets off the bench for Trevor more that one came after the steel and the coast to coast drive in the pair cats lead at seventeen six foster dribbling just inside the three point stripe bounce pass to a day driving baseline on Cumberland, spin move shot. No good. We've got a whistle. A foul on Cincinnati. Fredericks is first guys are spinning and the help defense is always the one that's going to get caught with the foul with he's outta control. He has a finish that spin. And he has the most off a back screen. So you don't wanna hit them down low and put them at the free throw line. Wait till he comes out of their pirouette meet him at the Renan blocking the left. He's first free. Throw had a spent two it caromed off the ram. No good to the left. And that's how Justin Jackson's just Jennifer's shot used to look his freshman year. Of course, going to talk about it took them off the ball. Second shot coming for Seth day. It is up. Knuckleball is good tying the score at seventeen. Three points day toll part pressure by the pirates. Justin, Jennifer bouncing and ahead to Cumberland across the centre court on the dribble Charon to the wing. Trevor more faked the three point shot. Boggles knocked out of bounds by bound now knocked out of you. You. Joe dooley. Trying to argue that Trevor more jumped up and came down for travel. Call before the ball was not got abounds. Here's Cumberland just inside the three point line passes it down low Brooks cross-court feed caught by more three point shot. Little bit short offensive rebound for pocket PC. You dribbles. The other way. Here's an alleyoop made up by Jeff. Fredericks gets the ball. And he tries to put it back up. And he brings a ball way down low down. It's in the land of the promise and the graphics nineteen seventeen pirates. Eight forty one left in the first half. Cumberland bounces it to the right elbow. Mr. Brooks with his back to the bucket hands. It back to Jaren cobbling crumbling guarded by Isaac Fleming. Here's a pass to the left point in Trevor more. Now, Jennifer, I'm a left-wing driving into the lane jump. Stop. Fires it outside the arc Cumberland for three. No, good rebound, not outside. The awkward picked up by Cumberland guns. A pass under the basket. Brooks should've just jumped up for an easy shot steady. Dribbled into epic and lost the ball. Very uncharacteristic of his team right now. Isaac Fleming has it for ECU driving into the lane against Brooks. Couldn't get office shot passes four day. Now, Sean Williams outside the three point line the K J Davis who's been hot Fleming in front of the bearcat bench down to the low block and Gardner back. To Fleming drives into the lane and gets fouled by Trevor more. So the cats aren't a stretch right now where they were playing great to start the game. And now during this he pensively nobody knows what they're doing to keep looking at the bitch for answers, the peer to peer mediation that can help them out that takes us to the under eight minute media out seven fifty one left in the half the score east. Carolina nineteen Cincinnati seventeen from the CBS broadcast able it's bearcat basketball, presented.

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Disney World proposes boosting minimum pay 46 percent

24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Disney World proposes boosting minimum pay 46 percent

"Indicted by the US Have, spent years trying to steal the private. Communication of some of the world's most senior Christian, orthodox figgers as Kiev and Moscow wrestle over. The religious future of Ukraine the Associated Press has found, the targets included top aides to ECU. Medical Patriarch Bartholomew the first a prominent eastern orthodox Christian leader based. In Istanbul he's considering whether to accept Ukrainian bid, to tat countries church from its association with Russia fueled by, the armed conflicts in Ukraine it would, split the world's largest eastern orthodox denomination and. Severely erode the power and

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E-cigarette Users Have Double the Risk of a Heart Attack

Joel Riley

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

E-cigarette Users Have Double the Risk of a Heart Attack

"Always oblast Democrat National Committee says someone's trying. To hack them DNC alerted authorities about what. Appears to be an attempt to, hack, it's, voter database Reportedly acr- fake log in page. For voter registration website was. Created in hopes of tricking people into giving up. Logging information the attack apparently not successful DNC has notified the FBI. And don't know If you're a smoker

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"ecu" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"ecu" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Getting back to jack's point about do we have engineers working on disassembling ecu's vf we don't we specialize in software recalibration so we'll take tools commercially available which allow us to read the software out of the ec whether it be on the bench or through the diagnostic port and we'll we'll specialize in adjusting the software to enhance more power out of the call by speeding up the turbo capacity increasing the duty cycle of the fans for the cooling system various other changes and we'll actually then distribute that software to give nc enthusiasts you know the ability to put the tune into that call and get more power out of that car more fun so there is a second side of the often market which isn't really visible which is the electron ix industry which focuses on how to actually access the process how to read the day throughout in how to put it in and that's separate to the tuning industry surly its own science of you know i remember the open source was like open ecu dino stuff back in like oh four oh five i think big subaru communities and it basically allowed anyone catoon their own run make their tune if they wanted to but then there was the science in it of like you need to know what you're doing like yes you you know that's like someone hacked the and figure out a way that you could access it like someone like yourself could access but then there's the knowledge of what should i turn and tweak in just and what value should be recalibrated to then make it run optimally or make it explode right and for that you need good mechanical knowledge and that's actually what we do so where jousting tables within the software that control a whole of masses of rays of information and functions throughout the software actually how it controls and manages the engine it's it's a it's a crazy science that the people who are very good at at the fine tuning of it they can completely change the character of a car.

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"ecu" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"ecu" Discussed on RobinLynne

"On vibes live dot com twelve noon pacific time three pm eastern stand no yeah yeah some what you say you're saying it could be hang is we know does main your as you're saying you're going to say it cameras line of me mom laws allstate civlians sankoh radio it could leave hang his mind we know deflate y'all of of what's you your savior say thank you with an all day here nato as the him must see acea does make you lovely kazam again is he on of ecu now faulty up another levels at you feminine he say what illness show kazama bellini safety guinean leaning person china might miss engines hillis trauma ki moon drilling by money must get in a man with thommo social media succesful like fish fingers out of where we transforms along the way we lingo we we are next yongin six days off like boning may till from ethiopia zinni's why his miles him play calls good is peoples if we win on ak scouting philly thanks man with his tom neighborhood thank you knew he blamed a knee whose it was so vague does adam though he can proceed in his living the sound of him winning three sixty class when he said hey y'all is don't thank you told me is annoying we know does main yo when you say is don't care was on of we'd be in danger of what you say is don't make your home it could be hiding his we know does make y'all wouldn't you save savior.

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"ecu" Discussed on Slate's Represent

Slate's Represent

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"ecu" Discussed on Slate's Represent

"How does that affect the characters in their story um a you know so either the lotteries it's a lot of research yeah yeah and one thing that we often talk about on this show is this idea that you can't be what you can't see and you've talked a bit about how you know there are very few women of color especially but also women who have your job in who are are working in this field so i'm curious as to how did you learn that what you do now could be a job and what something he wanted to do yeah i've always love felt you know i've always wanted to have had an affinity for ecu since i was very little and you know i can remember always wandering like well how did they do that and how they do this to that was always santa in father was an architect so building was always there and you know of friends of mine were bands and we'd make music videos and things and i was always sort of the person putting lift off on the sat you know we didn't really know what to call it at that point and then i went to film school and um then i became really aware of like okay these are the people who do these jobs you know and then when i a professor mind pointed out he's like you know your art direction is always really amazing in that that seems to be what you are drawn to and that's when i really was like yeah um for sure and that's one and that's when it became a focus on yeah and i mean how is that something you'd then turned to in school or like he talked about the very first a project you've got assigned to do this kind of work on uh that would be what was really first one uh there is a release small film and i was set decorator at that time and it was it was a short film and that would be the real that would be the first real thing that.

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"ecu" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"ecu" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Apologize now for even talking about it when baseball season is upon us when there are issues with the yankees starting rotation who's at second who's third what are they going to do at the crowded outfield are they gotta get another starter are they gonna go for sheffield or are they going to go for chan's adams won't find out with spring training what to do with judge what he's at right when he's the aging that same with sanchez why the flight or d aging or again with the judge whether he is d aj i mean narrow replying right feel would they either those two guys play the outfield together can they get rid of vows very what to do with gardner they gotta move them the match can they stay healthy i mean there are so many things yes we have been talking about these kinds of things all winter long mud now it's oil talk about them saved the aims over targeted by with the beijing and a good held with the vadsoe with two managers if there are new and i have never done of a bribery we've there is certainly not like okay ventures in catches of rewarded now we could talk about the issues facing wrote in sweep and doted doing it all offseason anyway so the bottom line is a very yankee venue are all excited about what steps be scoring runs you should do not going to lose too ready gains wonder nothing self and and again and then the yankee vetting sav may not even be that bad as a you know i've sunny grace every ecu vans on like sunny great too bad is a veteran away dealings the bud can't will they get another you know they're here to spend like nuts crazy next year so they're not going to go may be for a lynn nora or a cob day may just delo vade trance atoms we'll see what kind of spring may we sheffield woon i doubt chaffee were more chance adams any gop montgomery and day he was pleasant pleasant surprise last year tenaga's little live fees says severino one more year not even as prime me at the ezam sunny gray and never severity of fourteen of five may be you know he turns out to be what debare told local owners right now washed up now wherever michael whereas qualities were texas now dance with taxes he wants.

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"ecu" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"ecu" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"M ecu gortat steve buffet to restore the trust in the university those trustees need to go and if they don't go the editorial goes on governor rick snyder should make them go now the question is what impact of have all indications are as if this board is going nowhere and governor snyder told us earlier this week that he wants to quote a void that if he can he probably has the authority and there are those who middle legislature that would like the board to step down but also part of the story governor john engler now the interim president at them issue is probably the firewall between the board of trustees and legislate doors and now the new york times calling on them to step down he would likely argue in order if we did that if we did that bringing eight new people in at this time it would cause more confusion in a situation that is already too confusing jackie back to you all right the reaction that that you're getting even in lansing i know that that members of the legislature of vast for the board to step down as well are are they still in agreement with this or are they now happy the governor anglers on board i think the are happy that governor bruce on board and there are indications that point is that this coal proof ignatius stuff will fade away over time uh look at it takes it it takes an of the governor to remove the sport and he's indicating any met with the governor yesterday and supports the governor's appointment as interim president uh and likely not going to happen new york times editorial notwithstanding all right w w j atlantic bureau chief tim's cuba tense a tim jackie wwl news time now ten thirty four next michigan state trooper goes to court in connection to the death of a fifteen year old boy who was on an atv and detroit wwl mike campbell is live with more might fall forty three year old mark vizner made a brief appearance jackie in district court this morning to waive his preliminary hearing that moves the case directly to circuit court where he will be range in detroit on february eighteen th in that death of 15yearold damon grimes that gene that was riding that atv back in august last year when he lost control hit.

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"ecu" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"ecu" Discussed on WTVN

"Her shift in the military at the time i i probably was stuck it a stuck it out done my twenty and been looking at retirement here soon but well that were wasn't in the cards yeah and i think i think trump is his turns out around the it i i feel that way i think the military fields outweigh uh oh yeah definitely here he's he's taken taken the reins off so you know the rules of engagement backed away they ought to be if someone she what you're you're you're allowed to shoot back but these are the arts are still plenty of people still involved in the military now though that were there under the obama administration so i mean trump was still fighting that as well for i'm is already difficult for him to work his way through that although you right the change the rules of engagement and look what's happened to isis cnet at happened a you can't deny you can't deny the mv victories we've had against isis since trump took over an element antastic yeah it's changed everything when i was i was in a convoy going nuts from from mozell to ecu west in two thousand nine and we get we had a rpg shouted as went between two fuel trucks and we were not allowed to return fire all my games are no longer a combattant all that is unbelievable oh yeah yeah i mean that cost lives the you know yeah and that's that's inexcusable thanks for the old europe jared and again thanks reserve hills grew push it must read take you back a ways to euros service on the island of spice thous dried at to think about it right talking about them here's thought about the battle as dr arrived i tried out of i had gone as was so i apologize overregulated up because i know how dramatic i'll know restore of that allah though pant all i know i know it seems that seems to be where your sentence ends every every time when we stormed the island roof and and then kinda left another not all of his health.

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"ecu" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ecu" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Well tuna tunis and shrimp actually her about ninety about sixty five percent of the total consumption right they're just those three species categories and then beyond that we have basically flaky white flesh fish catfish pollick cod sometimes hat ecu have bossa swai to lappia new forms of catfish uh and so really we'd tuna shrimp salmon forms a flaky white flesh fish and some clams and that's uh that's kind of what americans eat when it comes to seafood shrimp ecb on like a delicacy when i was growing up they were expense expensive you eat them foreleg like special occasions how dare trump become such a kind of a cheaper more common food well that was really the advent of the farmed uh seafood industry that especially around shrimp and and coming out of uh cheaper production areas in southeast asia as well as throughout latin america and so the just the the price of shrimp bottomed out in and also the advent of of shrimp as a aspirational food as well uh came up through sort of the early teens and 20s with its introduction as shrimp cocktail in the haute cuisine temples of new york city and uh sort of taken off from there so um you know when it comes to farm schramm i have heard warning about the uh the quality of the shrimp on the quality of the environment that they're raised in so what are your thoughts about farm short farm schramm.

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"ecu" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"ecu" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Mitral light sleeper i think that's my last one will you got your a lifeline you can go to and thinking in the next round clarke american psycho that's right he rules yeah rescue dawn okay trust me whereas ecu did you expect me little like lift you up on their shoulders i'm just glad of myself i'm just proud of myself can in fact in the movie in rescue dog rescued don or doggone dow in rescue dawn yeah no one in this room was questioning at okay you all right we'll we'll contact the corrections department later our eyes if there's an issue but that's part of that's part of this game is you get to stay in if you're confident and if i can't prove you wrong seems like he'd be in there because at the all emaciated he's good at that is good at looking like his blood away providers say like the outsiders we walled off no you're very given up the fact that you are not confident by saying well if i just say yeah but this one that i am about to say is the hunter where are you spend most of the movie watching him make intricate little traps very borey you can go to your lifeline or you can take a stab at it i'm going to guess i think owns in eight million ways to die i think he is eight i'll take it i think it's true someone can nobody can that's not what they're here for their just to laugh now he's a million with by god.

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"ecu" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"ecu" Discussed on KKAT

"Everybody's got something to say about the take any protests during the national anthem at nfl games and according to the united states senator that includes the russians or global republican senator and intelligence committee member james langford at a capitol hill hearing says russian internet rover using social media to address football players protesting during the national anthem patch tagging out take a knee and also hashtag out boycott nfl there were taken both sides of the argument this past weekend he says it was simply to turn up the volume on the cards roussy into make a big issue seemed like an even bigger issue is they're trying to push divisiveness in the country langford says committee members continue to see it and we'll see you again around election dime joe ramsey washington week four of the nfl season kicks off later on with the chicago bears battling the green bay packers in green bay it's the one hundred ninety fifth time the teams have played each other gain time eight 25 eastern i'm michael toscano lady on their ecu eleborate happy i panic here nicotine hair stinky scabby and i thought 'why did i get a second ko the harvard here this year recording attrition it with nikolai viagra honored didn't care enough about him to give him the nutrition he needed that i have a that that i try and she recommended dinovite n o v i t e i ordered the first ninety day for by and and a couple of we started query now pecan now he had more energy he had a glow and about about him we are using dino right for the last year and happy the record dog happy healthy akg i i'll albrecht run here have rescued to give their dog that can't at a new start with china by it's gonna pay out for you and.

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"ecu" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ecu" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"The espn built by the home deep all i mentioned there's a chance ecu is now up an over sixteen thranked virginia tech one of those tricky spots on the schedule your a lot more optimistic about ecu that i am they they reassign their defensive coordinator this week as they have just been flat awful for the first two games so a five douglas giving them a chance cdc sauce something than most of the rest of us didn't all right so over to play pretender contender in this game you still think b c u eight pretender ecu yes yes virginia commonwealth as well as i don't think they're going to win today against virginia tech all right so let's play a little pretender contender oregon playing at wyoming today to nostart a nice win against the brask if we could go didn't score in the second half but fortunately they need to as the defence held and they won by seven now obviously a down your last year replaced their coach oregon pretender or contender trevor to win the pac 12 pre said the right now because they're deepened still isn't up to speak their offense though is getting back to the fore that oregon senator accustomed to justin herbert a quarterback i think would be a great star there is different in style from some of the ball guys like mary order that they see berries more of a more of a pro style quarterback although he can move but think about this from oregon last year the only one four games i think three or four and their for their five off its of live with their starting quarterback at their best defensive players will afresh with you could see the talent they took their lineups this year i think they'll have a huge improvement up both sides of the ball but the pitts will the proof faster at so i think until next year i've got stay say the pretext or to with the entire conference yeah i would agree with trevor a pretence or because of the defense they just too many teams specially in the pac 12 north that you're going to have to beat that without a.

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"ecu" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"ecu" Discussed on WCHS

"Would do and certainly for ecu smack of desperation you knew they weren't very good but when you're fraying your defensive coordinator at least reassigning him two games into the season uh doesn't say a whole lot for your programme stands at this point in time so but was for jinya did would need to do took care businesses in now will look to do so the next couple of weeks before they really died dive headfirst in the tough part of pick to apply it's really interesting you open with a with a tough game and then you really get three two two that are absolute locks there's no way western illusions delaware state is not even a possibility this weekend market out to win same should be said for cancer although i won't go that far yet i i feel a lease the answers years later they did lose their a couple of years ago so not ready to go that far yet but you're right three games that they should put themselves in a position to be three in one coming out of that as they head into tcu which before again in this oklahoma ohio state game from saturday tcu had a nice quiet i say quiet because there were so many big games on saturday night kind of a quiet win over sec arkansas that isn't a huge earth mover right now but i think somewhere down the line that could be good to help enhance the big 12 reputation so a nice dominated win for tcu and they're a team after struggling last year that a lot of people were high on coming into this season yeah you're right because they had a ton of starters none right but the they're really haven't be good defensively last year in again this is in comparison to wear the horned frogs typically were because that was their their bellwether right was we're going to be okay offensively but we're gonna be really really good defensively and gary patterson and last couple years they'd improve their offense but actually their defense took a couple of steps back wurzen specially last year but again worked or two games into this which go onto the road arkansas a team that typically you know runs the ball really well under abrupt below him and you just slow them down and really stuff their offense completely amid heard 38 passing yards for arkansas with a quarterback.

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"ecu" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"ecu" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

"You know it's just this was fantastic from start to finish i want more of this eastern need if you don't care how they do it eastern the defeat it hopefully the hopefully his deserves on because yeah that would be epoch as long as long as hideo could actually keep his head attached where it is the view of humour black masses like that and i get the feeling someone's going to be taking his head home was a trophy like as a foul ball havoc emotional while neighbor this is the kind of a roundhouse kick you'd see and mortal kombat drunk wwe ecu two 18 of up next year evacuated the ruzuqi there's one guy in the old world combat game when you when he hit with a roundhouse you fly off one side of the screen and then fly back in the other side of this grave like that's how hard he got hit yeah yeah by the way on nxt tv the best follow up to this match ever was ouster black they show him leaving brooklyn and the reporters are trying to communism and alice or just keeps walk in it's like elster black does not have time for you you just have time for your questions he has place to be he has things to do he asked to get own too so dead bogus those warmer pair parts of the entrance was like he's just waiting for the lead singer to to stop the headbanging so he could just keep walking the hell out of my way he's like i have to go to somebody's head off now do you mind like i don't want it to be you but that doesn't mean i won't make you you you're a up okay so rock with ulster were ulster.

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"ecu" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ecu" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"You table abroad drop him off into french quarter it's a contender taken abroad off the cavs is cleveland hazare enter ever been such a thing as an unwilling farewell tour remember when paul pierce took his work for farewell tour but the clippers he got into that low imbroglio with ecu remember who was a us kobe where worried about that what is the cavs display of state school ron who is just are having random events at the arena celebrate your departure does it make me laugh by quite quite a bit and i guess the closest thing is maybe a rods farewell for the yankees just sorta decided or your fair water unfair wealth is a this weekend enjoy esther as a good point illicit would it be completely ungrateful would it look ridiculous in petty of course it would but we think that dinka words above that him and his comic zones press releases now for sheer publicity value it would be hilarious within them send him out on a boat that he want to be on puts here would woge had to say about what they're willing to do that being the cavaliers with carryover boston is an intriguing target for cleveland they're not afraid to do a deal with the celtics even though they're com their french rivals and they'll be competing with them for the eastern championships this year because boston has overwhelmingly the best possible package up picks up players especially young ones and and as i reported in the peace jason tatum who the celtics drafted out of duke this year is is a player that really intrigues uh cleveland but right now there's been no real discussion between those two teams about tatum.

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"ecu" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"ecu" Discussed on WJR 760

"Go back to work a disaster that he and ecu's brought the senator of our senator collins which may shooter given understand medicaid experience your maybe she government feared the damage your did proclaim but it is devastating it absolutely devastating and the problem would not keeping it alive he's very simply in january two thousand eighteen we will no longer have jurors and mandur take up to your individual market ero oh i didn't realize it after boogeyman and and for her to just turned her back on main people at farewell print for yourself because i got bigger fish to fry is outrageous but she makes the case that image that the only one but we're focusing on susan kashi makes the case that um that the proposal cut back on medicaid that they've set some limits to it heaven forbid some inflation limits some per capita limits and governor of a page some eligibility he limits whereas in work limits well let me tell you about that i talk about that because i have been i worked there senate version needed a lot of work i don't disagree but there were the house version which is a much better bill if you'd have kept the dialogue end the debate open we could have gone to conquer and we could a negotiated a better deal but eligibility is very simply their safety net in america medicaid should be for the disable the mentally ill and the elderly i'm all in but if you're an ablebodied person nine team fifty you oughta in a gay and she believed it ought to be free and free my man is expensive to somebody and if you fully pick taxpayer but that it's such an important point almost lost in the debate by the way it's true for a lot of lesser entitlement programs also we've lost all the welfare reforms of the 1990s but i i just want to read this in your in your powerful piece by reforming maine's medicaid and welfare programmes we that's your administration directed resources towards a truly needy elderly disabled and extremely low income mainers okay the medicaid expansion now supported by senators calls and king with open the program mostly too able bodied people with out children these are not maine's most needy residents providing them with quote free healthcare is tantamount to another welfare and time why is this so hard to understand i don't now i don't.

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"ecu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"ecu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Need it you know our use maybe three or four times a year but as it's getting warmer up there that is going to be a business that explodes up it up in that area because of global warming july exact oh learning from cal fire that all of i could wish and orders have been lifted or good because of in the area of off emerald street because of the fire like elsinore are excellent heart some good news on off amro's street the community of lake are all of ecu region orders live i was hellfire i was traveling up to a oregon knows in the burbank airport is almost a month ago i was july fourth actually and i was playing a a video game and online game with my daughter called gardens scape or garden scape sir gardens scape i believe and you it's a process we got to try to blow up a lot of things and and and if you the if you blow up enough gnomes or enough like you know no cherries or berries whatever you move on to the next uh you know the next frame or whatever so i said to her i said hey look i've got this bomb watch me exploded home and i and i go to hit it and so fear she was only eleven she's like dan you can't see apart and like oh my god he would think you so graft up in the video game i didn't think about it she's like dad we're doing an airport and you just had i've got this bomb that i can explode at one playing of video games because it doesn't matter she's only levin and picked up on that like a moron like while ago wash be explode this bomb and as i can add there there hey bob you got to relax here man yeah there were no where you're at she call you buxom trump's not really really just above but we had a great time up there this last past time this last week goes up there at lake mary field which is a beautiful lake in central washington and i.

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"ecu" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"ecu" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Uh that whole idea of rotten tomatoes being able to you know be the end all be all is probably a you know a bunk idea or debunked notion because that movie got really great reviews but didn't open nearly as well as dawn of the planet be aids so it you know studios love to blame push the blame on whatever they can at the moment i think brought tomatoes just become a target over the past uh a couple months especially with some of the terrible movies that came out earlier the summer um but i don't know if there's if that's really uh an argument that has a much standing that i believe in a for sure and were for the plan a is now at one hundred eighteen million in the us and dawn did two hundred eight million i don't think it's going to be that which is unfortunate because i i think or for the plan aides is the best move of the year so far but um moving on brian fuller us making start air he started making star trek discovery as an in followed you move an anthology series which is kind of like how fargo is rhyme or true detective on where it's each season is going to be a new story ecu wrote this article for from become what do we know about this so brain eden earmed use entertainment weekly on was has me canada about how he you left the projects it seems there aren't a lot of army.

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