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"ehab" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"ehab" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Germany indeed the whole of the european union is preparing for an era beyond the leadership of chancellor angela markle and this weekend the contours of the battle to lead our party became clearer. Mrs merkel's christian democratic union or cd you along with its sister party. The s you have lead the country for four consecutive terms and the two party leaders themselves. The heads of germany's two most populous states are now vying to replace her arm unless it the cd. You chair has already announced his intention to run out pursued on ehab forty to get touch longest mid and undug yesterday. Mark zeltser leads the. Su threw his hat in the ring. Status vian an essay and germany's state-led corona virus response has come into question as cases have risen faster than vaccinations legislation. That's under review would wrest control back from the states and shape a federal covid nineteen response that creates a potent political mix for two candidates with differing leadership of their home states but the best part of the year. These two men have been engaged. In the sort of war of attrition conducted mainly through the media criticizing each other's approaches to corona virus suggesting that their respective approaches have been more appropriate. Tom novel is the economists. Berlin bureau chief and this of course is a sort of proxy war for the decision for which of them is going to lead the two parties into the federal election in september and therefore most likely succeed. I'm gonna mock chancellor now we've spoken about both of them before on the show but let's quickly go through each of them. Tell me more about arlette. I'm going to lash. It was elected leader of the christian democratic union. The main center right party in germany in january he is also the leader of north rhine-westphalia. And that's germany's big

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German Conservatives Mull Merkel Succession

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:00 min | 3 months ago

German Conservatives Mull Merkel Succession

"Germany indeed the whole of the european union is preparing for an era beyond the leadership of chancellor angela markle and this weekend the contours of the battle to lead our party became clearer. Mrs merkel's christian democratic union or cd you along with its sister party. The s you have lead the country for four consecutive terms and the two party leaders themselves. The heads of germany's two most populous states are now vying to replace her arm unless it the cd. You chair has already announced his intention to run out pursued on ehab forty to get touch longest mid and undug yesterday. Mark zeltser leads the. Su threw his hat in the ring. Status vian an essay and germany's state-led corona virus response has come into question as cases have risen faster than vaccinations legislation. That's under review would wrest control back from the states and shape a federal covid nineteen response that creates a potent political mix for two candidates with differing leadership of their home states but the best part of the year. These two men have been engaged. In the sort of war of attrition conducted mainly through the media criticizing each other's approaches to corona virus suggesting that their respective approaches have been more appropriate. Tom novel is the economists. Berlin bureau chief and this of course is a sort of proxy war for the decision for which of them is going to lead the two parties into the federal election in september and therefore most likely succeed. I'm gonna mock chancellor now we've spoken about both of them before on the show but let's quickly go through each of them. Tell me more about arlette. I'm going to lash. It was elected leader of the christian democratic union. The main center right party in germany in january he is also the leader of north rhine-westphalia. And that's germany's big

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"ehab" Discussed on Bilim ve Teknoloji Güncesi

Bilim ve Teknoloji Güncesi

08:16 min | 11 months ago

"ehab" Discussed on Bilim ve Teknoloji Güncesi

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"ehab" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"ehab" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"That's me. Bring Reggie Miller who joins us from the bubble and how much concerned Ehab. With the Lakers game all not a light switch turn it on and turn off I like to see eighteen having a rhythm employment. Well, we have not seen her the Lakers is concerning yes. Remember these teams plane. Every team has been a team for them. You think the NBA adopts. This play in scenario as we move forward, we're like, okay, gotTa play yourself in gives teams in actual shot of competed broadcasting from the Mercedes men came. This is Dan Patrick our to one this Monday Dan in the Dan Patrick show armies playing football year. I don't know who they're facing, but we're GONNA talk to their head coach coming up also the NC. Double as chief medical officer says, I don't know how we're going to be playing football this year, I. Don't recommend that we play football this year but I don't think the NCAA as chief medical officer has any jurisdiction over what happens in the SEC and the big twelve but he'll join us coming up a little bit later on his will. It's a march. Madness. Feel with the NBA four games today and Tonight Jazz Nuggets Nets Raptors seventy sixers, Celtics Mavericks and the Clippers not much drama in the East at least the opening round match. If the heat get by the Pacers, just having the heat face the box that could be a little saucy but the West that's where you have the intrigue and I think that. We have undersold the mavericks with their chances of upsetting the clippers because we've been all in on the blazers possibly upsetting the Lakers I expect the Lakers to win, they might lose a couple of games in here but I still expect them to advance of Vegas has the clippers as the favourite to win the championship followed by the Lakers jazz nuggets. Not much excitement. I could see both teams pulling out a win here, Nets Raptors you know give the nets, a lot of credit they played hard but now going into playoff basketball, the raptors will win the seventy sixers celtics if you said at the start of the year that was going to be the match up I go. Okay. That could be tasty but the fact it's An opening round matchup tells you everything you need to know seventy sixers go in there limping out west I think the Oklahoma City rockettes series might be the third best series because I'll put Portland number one. I'll put the mavs clippers to and then I would put Houston and okay. See because you have the intrigue there with Chris Paul who was jettison by. The rockets because James Harden didn't want him as his point guard bring in Russell Westbrook. You gave up four number one picks for Russell Westbrook here this is all or nothing. This is all or nothing for the rockets. And then you have Carmelo Anthony who's GONNA be involved in the playoffs as well. So you have some good storylines here luke going up against Kawhi, Leonard Porzingas is quietly played really well waiting for Paul George to be consistently great I, think the most of the pressure should be on Anthony Davis it'll be on the Bron James, but it should be on Anthony Davis because every night Anthony Davis should take the floor and say on the best player in the game I'm the best player on the floor, and that's the mentality that I would want him to have. A poll question did we settle on one? Yeah. I put up just see what people would say a pause question about who should decide if college football players play players, parents, coaches. College Presidents or governors and college presidents round running away. Yeah. Because they have the most to lose here and there they have to be the grownups in a room full of adults and be able to say look this is in popular but this is the prudent decision. This is the this is the wisest decision that we can make. I. Don't know how the other presidents are able to look at this and say we're playing football as opposed to the big ten in the pack twelve justin fields didn't just become an elite college football player and he he's been that for a while. In fact, you can go back to when he was in high school and it's no surprise that the Ohio State quarterback has started a petition to allow big ten schools to make their own decisions on football this fall. And this is another one of those unexpected examples of a trend that's growing stronger and stronger in college sports, and that's player empowerment fields argues that no one asked the players, their opinion, and they're the ones that face the most risk and have the most to lose because they're not going to be able to play football and the big ten's decision to shut down football is a much bigger topic with a lot of tentacles attached to it but it's interesting how we keep coming back to these same issues. The amateur model worked for a long time. But if feels dated in twenty twenty when conferences announced that they were cancelling football, we saw some really big numbers being thrown around. Now, losses could total up to a billion dollars and local economies are going to take a huge hit. It's big business. And we call them student athletes and we shouldn't be calling them student athlete. Athletics students. No matter what happens this year with college football weather fields petition has any success. It is inevitable at least it feels that way players are going to have more say than ever as we move forward when we talked to chip Kelly last week UCLA head coach and he said I sat down with my players and I wanted to hear what they had to say. And hopefully, he did that hopefully, some of these other coaches and athletic directors did that not just with football players with all of their full sport athletes here. When? We love these coaches who say, yeah, it's about the kids and I listened to the kids. Yeah. We we want them included in this but then when they don't agree with what you want in your philosophy, then you WanNa, kick them to the curb hopefully that changes because there are still situations I don't know how many but coaches will run off players to get their scholarship. They want to run them off or coach comes in and this has happened and I know people tap into I've met parents that had happened to. New Coach comes in. All of a sudden they're son is getting run off. So he loses his scholarship here. And I think this player empowerment I think it's really important. For for these athletes have say because you can't treat them as amateurs. Not, in a situation like this, there is no way I could look at the SEC ACC big twelve and say, those are amateurs not with what's at stake and you know what's at stake their health obviously. But billions of dollars. That's what's at stake. That's why we're playing nobody nobody. There was no politician who got upset when a smaller lesser known school in Nebraska shut down their season, right? I didn't hear anybody go hey, they should be playing football. Who is playing football? Those that can make money. That's why everybody's outrage we gotta play. We need to play I understand that. But we're picking and choosing. Did Anybody get upset when the MAC Shutt-. I besides me Oh I did too politician. Did you have any politician? Bang? You know the gobble and say, we can't stand for this. I need to have mid American conference. Toledo bowl state I didn't hear anybody. Did Governor of Ohio say anything when Akron decided they weren't playing Toledo note Ohio State's not playing. Well, that's different. What's different? There's still kids taking a risk playing football. You're not generating the money Ohio state is. We can't pick and choose with this but these student athletes hopefully, they're protected hopefully. The, students come on campus. 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"ehab" Discussed on The Wedding Street Podcast

The Wedding Street Podcast

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"ehab" Discussed on The Wedding Street Podcast

"Ways re-pot cost. Amongst the chaos. We're hey, top of the Martin de Danny, boy? Top of the afternoon here in Sunny Cheltenham's in England how Europe and not too bad not too bad keeping ticking over you know all we can do indeed indeed. So what's new pussycat? Tom Jones in about. Tom Johnson up through doesn't he? He's he's remember the TV show. What was it called? The voice long is that But he's not. A, what he said he was lost was home. My mom was watching it and was that a repeat or you know. One thousand nine, hundred, seven of embarrassed myself I could just call my mom mom. Of Editing men too long balloons out from a house. She's my mom that's not allowed. Now. I won't be low back in now. Honestly, I'm going to make a point of tagging this this podcast. Look. She is she would know who I'm speaking to. You Call Your Dad Pulps. Of I call him John by but that that. All right. call my that helps I call do data obviously. So. Yeah I missed. Dot. 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Think I spent the rest of the time. Always they're teaching him how to use the TV correctly. God bless. Like iphones and apple devices, which are very very intuitive to use. Have you seen the new iphone se by the way I did say, are you an iphone? Fund, you have an iphone well I do I do have one usually get one every two years. Yeah. No, I think it's a really nice. One I. I just can't get over the thousand pound phone thing I just think it's so stupid Yep rob is the biggest geek I know. So any advice I asked is always Anything Technical Robert. self-confessed. Geek. I just love why don't you work for Apple? Because it's in America, it's an America. It you'd have to go to Silicon Valley. So we. Say Yes but do they have their own circuit designers integrated circuit designer indeed also? Sprinkles you words. Google you yeah. They outsource a lot of their development and there is a few companies in Zurich in Switzerland actually that design stuff for apple like the microphones inside the apple devices, the cameras stuff like that. So you could are I could in theory going and work for one of those. But they are massively demanding if they have a deadline and they have a product launch that means that you need to release your design on time, there's no leeway for delays. So you can imagine that's quite a stressful environment to work in when I was younger, I used to imagine like working for Formula One teams as an engineer, but they have such a hard life. I mean they work so much so are up that Korean Robert come on I just like having a bit of a life as well. You know I am career driven, but to a point, I also have two other life as well. Yeah. Important you only get one of them. So you need to enjoy in the moment indeed analysts too serious. Let let's go into something else. Talk about sex baby. Let's talk about you and me. Only, good things and the bad things that may be, let's talk about. Let's not talk about sex wherever let's not I think it'd be a bit occurred because we have a guest on today who I met in the Bah in London up to me and drink. So obviously, they get Kaikai high up in the rankings and the friend rank INS pretty soon you know definitely, we're slandering ball. I, don't. I don't think I did. Exactly. So you're just below I. Guess. I think you bought me a drink. Less small again. New obviously obviously. So. Today's guest is a good lad cold David skulls. WHO's from book north? Northern accident is from a place called trae throw, which I believe is kind of south of Manchester and all these my geography having meant. So yeah, he's from the north of England and I met him in London on a very nice job on a very good photographer who? As a good mix, I think with his photography's wedding photography variety through the day. and. Yet David has a little bit of what I'd call a little street photography emphasis as well in pots of his weddings which obviously we love the street photography. So I see a bit allowed element in his work trillions BURLINGTON. So. Should we should? We say hello and? GET HIM ON. Look. Parker. Seeking the stillness amongst us. Morning elimidate. Hello. How are you getting on getting you Sunday morning? You Hang I'm not hung over. I fell asleep spent a few weeks. Of It being my daily now so Right. Now, we were having policies the first few weekends just US obviously. Lunatic but house. Just you know just may have an. Mostly me. As. Good to have you on fifth. Yes. Thank you. I've been reading your bio on your website. And I just want to read the first sentence. There's nothing I love more in life than a good laugh. I reckon I have a great sense of humor takes up. Prove it exactly. Give us your best joke. You know hundred dollars I wish you'd let me give me a heads up on the. Suspect. I don't know. The best jokes can be rehearsed is a joke only rob. Is the brains is a clever. I think I've ever met. That's not true then. So yes, David, how're you keep in obviously a bit of a crazy time for all not just photography obviously yeah but how you get on Getting find the thing you know I've just. Been Quite Nice ages out because of trauma pulses spin. For. The first time in about five or six years I've got absolutely no weddings to it. So I've been out to empl gained starting today website work.

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"ehab" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"ehab" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"ehab" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"ehab" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

"Get ready to rock and roll. Lives the back. Only nineteen ninety-five you can, then Mo pays how kids chips and only five. While You Were getting when he's. Very little work. A. So we had just had the tile done you know I didn't tie on the fireplace and. Thanks I just put it on the back flashing stain and he just left and. I. Think I'm high because you are like hard core. Downstairs, but it's only like one hundred sixteen. Degrees here in. No really. That's going to be hundred sixteen this weekend. Is that crazy? You're you're not joking does not a joke. One hundred sixteen degrees I. Don't mind it you, so we were talking about that. He's you. You KINDA. That's really hot, but like when normally eight you kind of get like. Summaries Troy. You. Get Your Shit done. You know you figure out at night and suddenly. My brothers, visiting me here and I feel like I'm stretching and talking about nothing I. Am you'll notice that am? Waiting for to join the SKYPE, just hi, are you? Know. Made that. Liza thanks, but I think I don't know I texted him the link and he said do it now, and I was like. Yeah, that's why you know so but I don't. He's ever done zoom before. He's downstairs. I think or in the guest room. I love you. Guys are together. That makes me really hate to. Anything so grey mom would be loving zero. Almond. Should I just like go to the door and yell and say like? We're GONNA. Keep recording hold on okay. Stuff on his desk. We'll. Talk. Save Tiktok. Talk Yeah I mean it's like. You. Know what I'm saying like. This is Okay. well I loved it. You guys are together, and what I love is that he's downstairs and he's GonNa Zoom instead of just sitting right next to you. What does he just come? Sit next to you. I sent it. Four minutes ago. I sent the thing and then I guess. Back Window into. Their, lives with on Tiktok TIKTOK. Here he goes. There in the guest bedroom. Hi, how are you? They hire. Everybody, why did it take so fucking long? Just me. Stop at American new glasses. Aren't they cute I? It's. Still. Thank you, but we're talking about Eric now. Glasses are see clear through. What do they see all my God? Are you kind high from? Smell. I do ya right. You're talking about not search right, uh-huh. Tile fumes. Say Hi to the group. Everybody say Hi Eric? How's it? I see general. Eric, how are you? Are you having a good time? Time you on this because I was talking to earlier I, said I. Know What we'll do when he goes I hope Eric POPs in south. The Eric's here I love Eric I. Some question we do like a little round robin of s okay. Eric, did you pick out those glasses or did Ross? Pick them out for you. I actually picked him out there so cute I saw a picture of Tom Hanks wearing a moment i. want those and Rose Ehab to soft desserts super cute on you and the haircut we like. Yeah I was. GonNa ask about that did ROSCA. Kind of give you some guidance on the haircut. no, I just wanted to go shorter. good. Guy. That does my hair out here, you know. Adrian I. Know I couldn't stop doing the back of my head because it's never been back there. Is God well. It's grown back, but. It's EJ question for Eric. How is life and Humphries for you? I love it. I love it. I had to take a break from the sunshine I was getting a little dizzy. But I love down here eleven k. let's get to it. Here's the deal. Get Pussy doing corona oh Jesus. Running out that you got to ask the questions. Right. No Faculty? Don't want me asking questions. You about an action Eric I wanNA know I. WanNa know. Are you getting lucky? Oh, is that all twelve note notch? No, no well lucky. In the sense of just pure happiness can be good very lucky. It's nice having actual sex No, not really. He needs to get laid just. Late It'd be great. Need to get laid. You know how everyone let me tell you something I've were. It's all dried up. Everything's nothing's happening I returned to man and now lives with his brother Eric's been down here and it's been great. It's been great to have you down here, but like you know what I mean like. Is it every? Are we ever going to get back? And they find a vaccine port and to get the kids back to school economy back on. But I'd also like to get Dick Again. Did just get rear ended. Eric. I've never been before feel. Palm Springs. or Wait, so. Eric I told him about the accident. Okay. Was I not brave through the whole thing. Yeah. Yeah, well, everything's happened so fast but I the only thing I can. That I have in my head. Is the officer that park on the freeway that just? Woo Rolls, the window down worst opening, and it was weird. That was weird, but did they did they did they not tell me that I could come in and identify the assailant in lineup. Yeah, yeah and I'm curious to know if they're giving you that option, but since he was driving with a mask. And pretty sure had sunglasses on maybe not but. I think I. Think if they did a lineup, I think he'd be able to nail down of course. Rates Riccar. I. Think about I think it'd be wonderful going there. What is what is a lineup room? Smell like I mentioned a coffee brewing. Smell of fresh a is yeah. Something Styrofoam Cop. I would ask him to say hey. pullover go to the side and see how they do that. See if they can mimic. Three things that's funny. All right well. Eric. WanNa ask the family. Well I just want to have everybody's doing during the pandemic I saw Facie Bill Day and I saw Nikki last time out here, just briefly with a basket of flowers. Just been muddling through life as best I can honestly doing he just hanging hanging in the house..

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"ehab" Discussed on Poisonous Minds

Poisonous Minds

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"ehab" Discussed on Poisonous Minds

"He interviewed him on an offer a few hours. And Sleepy John was noted to not have even asked what had happened. It was parents didn't even care. Seems kind of odd for ACP. Seventeen year old boy on his way to church with five thousand dollars in his pocket rate. Red Flags everywhere. So in the core document, it was brought up that with further investigation of the House. It was inconsistent with anyone having had slept in the basement, but was more consistent with someone who had been involved in an incident that was taking place down there. I don't know if this means they may have some blood splatter down there or things like that. That's kind of what it sounds like. As we get into the case, you'll hear a little bit more in how that connects so so when detective movie and John Junior were talking. John began to change his version of events of the evening I. His Dad was a we dealer and a rival game member by the name of Momo was the one to be looking at. That one didn't pan out very well for sleepy John. One confronted about the changing stories sleepy. John said that he was actually out his friend's house Chris Ymer. The morning of the murders and the. He was with two other friends. Mohammed Salat and hub Qassim. John suggested that e have Qassim was responsible for the murders of his parents so. recapping, we have sleepy John I'm just calling him that for now on because he's just such heavy sleep so tired. He's seventeen years old. His friend Christopher Weimer also seventeen years old from bridgeview Ehab Qassim. Nineteen years old and he lived in Hickory hills. And Mohamed Salat seventeen years old. Now detected moody interviews all the People John Mansion and takes their statements. Searchers our cell phones and hold on to your chairs. Ladies and Gentlemen Shits about to get fucked up. Detective Moody Recovers Cellphone Records of Sleepy John MMA Salat cuisine that were sent to.

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"ehab" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"ehab" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"Different cities is phenomenal. I think it's it's the culture. It's the people it's how we treat each other. How we treat people I'm very proud of it I. Think you know there's a lot of a lot of things you look at your life and you say well. We should have been there for that, but I'm very proud of how we've treated people over the years and and I am at I. Think when you look back at your life, you know you don't look at. This higher this low or whatever you look, you know sort of A. Journey had and I'm very. Pleased proud of the journey with you. When you founded Ms, you based on the Hebrew word for truth, right? I find very fascinating. In this is really early on in your career, your what twenty six twenty seven maybe at? I think it was thirty when we started. Yeah Nah Yeah. The company started. We're these values and. Very nature of the name of the company I think is incredible value or ethic Was this something still at an early age by your parents I think so i. mean I know so. You know I think there are certain values Ehab to how you treat people, and how you view the world, and what your obligations already your your family and your community and society at large I think those are core values, and I love professor said. By eight by eight, and some people live for love or money or power or sex or glory, or whatever and you sort of figure out what's important to you and and I've certainly there's no question that family and this company had been the things that motivate me and you know I been doing a rocket scientist to figure out. You know I should have sold the company a long time ago, but it's it's worked out well, and I'm proud of it. I find it admirable I. Look Up to you guys I can't express how much! Tell me a little bit now you at NPS, is your stepping stone, and now you you Forma Ms, and you build a company that goes on to be publicly traded and incredibly successful. What's your first move? What are you? What? What's it like being a thirty year old Jeff with the brand new company? Well, it was my dream. It took us a we. We signed an agreement to buy Class B FM in Shelbyville of in member. There's every states either biercee. Indiana's be which means you can have fifty thousand watts at five hundred feet..

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"ehab" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"ehab" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Here. They can't win I. I'm really excited to see how he fits the jets because they darnold needs help like Baker walk into this league with a bunch of good offensive guys around him darnold walk into this league with a battle line no backs and one receiver fever and by the way darnold losing his top tight end for the first four weeks because of a suspension I believe so like is going to be huge for the jets and LE`veon's in an interesting position because we haven't seen him in a while so even though it wasn't from injury very he kind of has that Leonard <hes> Katie effect now where we've forgotten how great Levian really is so we've talked a lot about James Harden and Russell Westbrook Lynn Coats this. They're both very dominant in isolation heavy players. ARE THEY GONNA fit together. Well hardened says he's not concerned that trust factor you know he's a trust him. You Trust me and you know obviously what with the group that we already have and you know the things that we've already accomplished should be easy transition for him and this is be incorporated right and communicate and you go out there and you compete and <hes> possession possession you figure things out throughout the course of the season figure things out and that's just what it is. When you have talent you guys acute willing to sacrifice? It always works the willing to sacrifice part of that Satan is the biggest deal to me that the things that I'll watch for with the rockets are obviously are hard and westbrook willing to give up what they need to give up to coexist to make that offense work and is the Tony going to assign roles and keep this team mentally were. They need to be especially deep into the postseason which is where we expect them to be at the end of the year. I think this is a very interesting situation. Because the rockets great before Westbrook got there they just had they couldn't get over the Hump with the warriors will the warriors are not assemble the same way they were before although I don't think the warriors are going to be bad this year by any stretch of the imagination but it they can't use that excuse anymore the league is mostly been neutralize. It's all two guys and then the rest of the team and what those pieces around them are are great. They had a great assemble team now. Can they make that extra push. That'll be interesting and just see I. I think that the town's obviously there but the talent was there with with Chris Paul like it's not the Paul's washed up. There's no easy ws man you. If you don't get that thing figured out quick you end up being seven see that's what it will also be interesting interesting because there's a little more added pressure now than there was last year because everyone is expected the warriors to win so when they start going through any type of growing pains so there's there's any kind of drama. Is that Locker Room GonNa stay together rather to be able to handle that. We'll say so finally Manny Pacquiao proved age is only a number. Is it safe to say we should stop getting too dramatic about the forty year old athletes why everybody's outliers but if they're still out there performing we should not consider that it is forty the new thirty-five based on Tricia say that for everybody but I think if you are an athlete that's going to go out there and perform fight or your Tom Brady. You'RE GONNA play at that age. You're really committed to your sport then you have to consider that they're taking care of their her body and that the athletes eat better they have fulltime. Nutritionists Ehab is better now. Everything's a whole different. Manny looked so much faster than key Thurman..

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"ehab" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"ehab" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Let me give him on. I can make some many. Lamb ehab. Don't let me. Let me get stolen. Don't let me get him on. Feeling. How you know? Why can't that feeling you now? Don't let me. I'm definitely in my. Everybody is DJ Angelini show me the guy we are the breakfast club. Now. Shout to Michael Rubin. Co owner of the seventy Sixers for joining us billionaire to. Yes, Luton, Mike. Ruben man good do. Very interesting story. I thought that you know, him admitting that he had no idea what was going on. Other communities is a very honest answer. 'cause you know, like Doboy said and boys in the hood either. They don't know don't show don't give a damn about what's going on in the hub. But it's it's it's about once you do know, what are you going do? I mean, I think we all victim to that. There's a lot of stuff that goes on in other communities that that we don't know about. Yes, you like when Vic Mensa came up and talked about what you know, the things that he when he was overseas. We just didn't know love as we don't know why people love managed to what we don't know. Why people love as you know, what I'm saying? But they do, you know everything's about. But holes manny's staff everything, but I understand that. Not really caring as nice about things as we should until it affects you personally like knowing somebody who has multiple sclerosis. I wasn't something that I even was aware of as much until one of my friends has really struggling from it. And we went out to eat. And it took her like literally twenty minutes to walk from the car into the restaurant. And I was like, wow. This is something I really want to get involved in just because you see it affects anybody that you care about directly through. All right. When we come back. We got your positive note. Don't move is the breakfast local morning..

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"ehab" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

11:24 min | 2 years ago

"ehab" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Wine. We're talking with Immigration Attorney Crystal de Meuron about the to step process involved in hiring foreign workers before we switched perspectives and start talking about the employees side of of foreign workers. Let's go back and just clarify for me. The cat process so how that works just certainly and it's a bit confusing so nonimmigrant visa which are the the visa that you used to come here for just a few years took some of them not all are subject to an annual cap. We referred that quarter and once that quota is reach USA. Yes is not going to educate any more petitions until the next fiscal year so the annual cap for example for the N._B._A.. Is Sixty five thousand percent of the twenty thousand for master's degree people the age to be is about sixteen thousand per year and the that years divided into <hes> for processing so does this is newell cap just for that type of his then. You have a quota per country but for green cats and only five countries in the world are subject to that. It's Mexico China the Philippines India and a missing one <hes> but it'll come back to me this morning and wake up so does the nationals from those country when they apply apply for a Berman visa for the Green Card while they usually there is a huge backlog and Demi petition and maybe successful but then they have to wait in line many years for visa to become available okay so that's per country Green Kappa country and visa type. They are just number allotted because they don't want you know they did. The government basically doesn't want two hundred thousand people coming to work mostly sleep for Microsoft and Google and facebook right <hes> per year so limited that eighty five thousand total four batteries in Masters Okay and seem for the farmers. I'd like to talk more about I remember when I first started practicing. I helped accompanied H.. One B. Visa also maybe realize I did not want to practice immigration law more power to you but that quota part was very stressful because you have to you and I know we've talked about over the years. That's a very scrambled part of the year and you don't want to retelling your employer right. Sorry I was on vacation and I missed submitting your paperwork for the coordinate visit similar planning because we came up going to too much just today you know the filing happens a pro first and then the day April fool's Day and you do not start working until October first and so you know this is a lot of planning but it's fairly theoretical so we don't want to. I don't don't want Berta new with details but right now. The good news is during the shutdown. U._C._L._A.'s is working because it's a fee based operation within D._H._S.. So that's why I say when it's quite lease because you have to file with fees piece the only thing that is completely shut down the e-verify which is one step that employees have to follow after filling out the I nine when they recruit people right so that's right right now. It's just in operational all right. We could go on and on about that. Let's switch gears because I think it's also interesting to hear about things from the employees side so we mentioned in the beginning that we're referencing employers. Were outside the country so start start start talking about that a little bit and share with us your experiences yes in short once the petition has been approved the petition from the employer the employee future employees foreing person and has the green light to proceed with his visa application so that's Onli- process you do with the Department of States so I'm not dealing with the same branch of government and the indeed the file an application online and they have to appear for visa inteview at the U._S.. Consulate in country of origin or residents because in Europe for example French worker were may work in London in which case Dow. All to show up at the U._S.. Concentrate in London but you know so well. Let me ask you first before you so what about foreign worker and this might be. I don't want to jump ahead if you have a thought pattern going but does this so would a foreign worker in the U._S.. WHO's applying mm for a particular visa? Would they have to go to the consulate of their country of origin here in the U._S.. It depends okay right so in some instances yes that percent is already here and perhaps working right on the visa that they're holding in the moment. Okay dear is a way to change your status. That's how it's called Okay and it's and that's you can into that without having to leave the U._S.. And once the petition is approved to gather with that process of change of status it allows you to start working so it saves time and find employees. It's pretty convenient into to find some foreign people already here with the skill Dow searching for and do that change of status yes but going back to the process so they have to go to an interview at their own correct but so people who've never been here here of being Johnny to visit and leave in the country need to go through the visa process any now example of the people already working here at the first exit from the U._S.. To reenter the country they will need a visa and passport so that's when they take the they're approved petition that would have been could been approved a year before or six months before but now they need to leave the country they need to go through the visa process and there air gets really tough because for applicants because it looks like an easy process and in the law of individuals mind they think have my employer future employers petition approved. I was like the hardest the spot right so now can go and the platform visa. I should get it right and so often we immigration lawyers receive emails phone calls from people after their visa denial thing. I don't know I understand what happened. I got my visa denial and there it has a whole holiest of grave consequences for that but that <hes> application at this point has nothing to do anymore with the company has to do with individual and there is there is he's four dow the four or five pages of background questions on the visa application and anything misleading so it goes from silly things like have you ever not selling have. Have you ever been involved in trafficking. Are you a member of the Commute Party. Those are serious serious to those days. A question is recent question that was I did not so long ago. A few years ago have view ever committed any crime for which you have not been arrested or punish and that we should be made aware of you know something like see that's tough because an arrest is not a conviction we on employment law. We're very specific about about that. I can't ask unless you've actually been convicted because in arrest could be wrong but they have a lot of latitude. Don't they so yes so in any event the applicants have to be careful with all of their answers and not misleading leading the authorities at any level. The interviews are tough. It's usually you need coaching for that because a lot of applicants mess up on the interviews then I could you know I'll give you a really telling example how the client it was looking to obtain in investors visa sorry for business. They wanted to do opening restaurant close to La Hoya but if he wasn't getting that he was ready to be hired by one of those hotel there to work in the kitchen it was resting parents so something really skilled and qualified at his job right so in any event Egos for a visa visitor visa I because he wanted to come here and to all the permanent business steps before he was doing investments. Were talking several hundred thousand dollars in so you wanted to make sure and I don't know high arrive the day of his interview but the last question the officer said so I would like you to go for a medical examination and they have a specific list of International National Doctors Academic Hospital in Paris in fact and come back with the envelope with a result well it turned out Ehab trace of marijuana in his bloodstream in this it stays in your bra three four weeks right or you smoke or whatever and so visa denied now he's denied for person from France with a country that benefits from the visa waiver program down a lot in the world. Perhaps less than thirty countries have their nationals. We can travel just with a valid passport. Everybody else needs to go through visa process to enter here right right well. There is no more visit to the U._S. for many years for that person eastbound C.. I don't think people realize that part of it right that whole aspect of so it's extreme and I really again. I don't know hide look like but believe me my coaching session with my applicants on the basic how you dress and you need to rest unite to have all your answers and your date straight about and if they find out because they look they can look online on many different database including the I._R._S.. If they want to take the time to do it in an interview very quick usually three to four four minutes five hundred the most the longest are the investors visa. Tell me at Tim was running running down the some point so some some points on the employees side that people should be prepared for. Are You say coaching. I know you mean you're preparing them. You're advising them. What it's GonNa look like so? Do you have any tips that you could that. You could tell people well before you file an application before you present yourself turn interview. Don't rely just on what your friend deed or what the problem have experienced with previews and progress with visa seek advice because one visa denial just baas you from pretty much from coming back for many years so so being formed do your search ask questions and if there's anything wrong. Let's tackle the problem whatever that is a d._U._i.. Here during a visit or not paying a car rental just make sure that your story street and be prepared. I love it. I wish we had more time. We are out of time. That's our show for today. Thank you so much thank you does. I was a pleasure loved having you. If you WANNA learn more about for stellar practice you can find around the web.

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"ehab" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"ehab" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Very scary time for women. Reproductive rights. Support candidates pro-choice, we also really support Herron hood. Again. It's a very very scary time and Sarah. This March is coming on the same day of that. President Trump addressed the nation about the government shutdown and plans for for border security, were you hearing from people at the March that that was on their minds. Right. This was just before he was expected to speak. And of course, the women's March is a very anti-trump crowd. So not surprisingly a lot of people. I talked to today in DC were angry. They blame the president for keeping the government from reopening. A few told me they hope to see some compromise and some progress, but at least a few hours ago weren't feeling too hopeful about that. And a couple of people Melissa here in DC said they were federal workers, and they were very frustrated to be without pay. But they didn't want to go on the record because they're worried about their jobs. Okay. NPR's Serra McKinnon, thanks so much. Thank you. During the partial government shutdown. We've been hearing the stories of federal workers who aren't getting paid and are struggling to make ends meet. I do live paycheck to paycheck. So you know, I was able to pay for my rent and my utilities for the first of the month. But now have nothing in my Bank. We've used whatever we had in our Bank account to pair last mortgage payment in our last car payment and our last utilities payment. People can't survive like this. You know to stand out here in thirty degree weather to get food. This is America something's wrong here. We heard there from Amy fellows a correctional officer with the Federal Bureau of prisons. Also, Kenny Clark whose husband works for the Justice department and Loretta John a contractor with the General Services Administration will continue to bring you individual stories like there's. But now we want to zoom out to talk more broadly about what's been happening to the US labor force. How many Americans are living paycheck to paycheck to an? Answer that question, we turn to Nobel prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz, he's been studying wage stagnation income inequality for years. Professor stiglitz. Welcome to the program. Nice to be here. Is there any way to put a number on that question? How many Americans live paycheck to paycheck? Well, the way you can think about is what if the size of the cash reserves that Americans have and a number came out that was really quite startling last year was that forty percent of Americans have less than four hundred dollars. Another number that expanded around is something like two thirds of Americans have listened to thousand dollars. So what that means is that if they missed a paycheck or two they're in deep trouble, and that would apply equally to federal employees compared to anybody in the private sector because the median salary for a federal worker is higher than the average house. So the median household income overall in the US, he would probably be smaller percentage for the federal employees. But remember there are a large number federal employees that are very poorly paid some of the TSA workers the airport security. They're not paid that. Well, we forget how. How poor the pay is brings things for people who are even in the surfaces in the coastguard. So I think that we forget that we're getting a large fraction of a labor force on the cheap. And when you think about why folks have not been able to save and you look back over time. How has that changed? I mean have people been able to save more in the past? And they've been able to save now. One of the big you might say shocks to the economy was the crisis in two thousand eight before the crisis, many Americans thought they were setting aside money in the form of their house house prices were going up that was their reserved for their retirement. But of course, we didn't manage our monetary policy. Well, we didn't critique oh the housing bubble. And when that bubble broke an awful lot of Americans saw their entire life savings going with that. And so that has had a significant effect on the increase in the number of Americans without reserves and with very low net worth this is now the longest shutdown on record. So this won't be a perfect comparison. But if you look back at past shutdowns in the nineties, there was a shutdown in two thousand thirteen were federal employees better able to get by then. Well, I was in nine hundred ninety five shutdown. I was chairman of the council of economic advisers at the time that was much shorter the period of wage stagnation, really began with the Bush administration in two thousand wages, actually, we're doing pretty well in that period of the of the nineties so the stark position next so many American workers find themselves is something that is new something developed in the last eighteen years, if you were to waive some sort of economic magic wand and say, okay, if we want to keep people from having to live paycheck to paycheck in the middle class. How would you do that? I had a MAC. Yeah. I would I would have done a lot more to increase equality of wages. And if I can't do that, I would have introduced we you. Call more progressively in the tax rates in other words, lower taxes on our middle class and increase taxes on the top. That's another way of getting more equality and after-tax income. The remarkable thing about the tax Bill of December two thousand seventeen was that it digests the opposite rather than government countering? What is going on in the marketplace with this middle class facing a real challenge? What that tax Bill in December two thousand seventeen did was to exacerbate the problems. They already were facing. I've been talking with Joseph Stiglitz the Nobel prize winning economist. He's also a professor at Columbia University. Professor stiglitz. Thanks so much. Thank you. to all things considered from NPR news. Last year, the Trump administration cut millions of dollars in aid to the Palestinians now in about two weeks. The US plans to shut down all of its Palestinian humanitarian aid programs abandoning infrastructure projects that are already underway NPR's. Daniel estrin reports from the Israeli occupied West Bank. In the city of Jericho most sewage goes untreated. So the US agency for international development started building a sewer system. Palestinian engineer Ehab in Jim showed me the dug up roads were USA ID installed pipes. Cannot be completed and that's gonna be granted. It's because of a new US law signed by President Trump in October. If Palestinians receive US money, they could be forced to pay hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation to families of American victims of past attacks. The Palestinian Authority says it fights attacks and won't accept the money. Under those terms so all USA programs for Palestinians are slated to end February first US officials say the sewer system, which costs around ten million dollars is mostly done. But it'll be left unfinished the. Chevik june. The engineer broke the news to all Assayed, who's accessories. Shop on the torn up road. She'd been waiting for the sewer to be finished. I wish they never I wish they never said they will do something. At least we would have had clean roads. Jericho's mayor Selim says his city really needed that sewer. Michelle the most Palestinians in the city have private sewage pits next to their homes, and he says there a risk that untreated sewage can contaminate groundwater, according to documents reviewed by NPR. US officials tried to work around the new law to get money to finish the sewers and six other major school and water projects in the West Bank and Gaza, but according to the documents, the White House said no a White House spokesman did not comment, but critics did I think you'll leave. It. Just unfinished is a stain on American credibility. It seems responsible. It seems petty. Dave Hardin oversaw US aid to the Palestinians under the Obama administration. He said aid projects aimed to help create economic opportunity alleviate suffering and help prepare the Palestinians for a future state. Now, he says USA is is frankly that. That and the West Bank Gaza, and that's a shame because the United States can be and should be a shining beacons. Current and former US officials say these projects were the last of the US humanitarian aid for the Palestinians, the administration already cut more than half a billion dollars in annual aid last year in part to pressure Palestinian leaders to cooperate with the US on a peace plan. It says will come in the coming months in Jericho. US officials are preparing to pave the roads over the new sewage pipes leaving them disconnected. Daniel estrin NPR news Jericho. You're listening to all things considered this again this American life. I don't know if there's been clear to you. But we've been on the air for years now a couple of years ago, we passed a milestone five hundredth show and this week another landmark show six six six. That'd be appropriate. The diagnosis and his many surprising manifestations this week. You don't really need your spleen, but the refrained to open the abdomen for fear that had let loose that liver and nobody living without I in the name liver. 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"ehab" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

08:34 min | 3 years ago

"ehab" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The stock apple trading. At two hundred dollars and sixty seven cents a share the Trump administration is clearing the. Way for short term healthcare plans to compete with ObamaCare and then why in the? Heck do we spend so much money on health insurance everybody it's berry and Christine done, joining me today in, studio as my co host apple just crushing it absolutely, and know figuring out that recurring revenue model through services entertainment and data using the devices. As a way of getting people to use them services definitely a smart business model transition, that, we're seeing the benefits of now we sure are, hey our poll question today has to do with apple and we'd like to know whether you, are, an Android or an apple user at last count Tucker which was Twenty minutes ago, when I looked at the poll fifty eight percent of our listeners apple users versus forty one, percent, were Andrew I thought it was gonna be seventy thirty apple to be honest, with you know the the numbers nationally I think. Are about fifty fifty Really Pretty. Close it's pretty. Close we'll have to say my my son has a Samsung galaxy s. nine, minutes very. Slick. Yep works really. Nicely and I'm I love to take a lot of, photos so the camera on that is better? Nominal, yeah which I phoned Ehab. Though I have the iphone ten if you put it on portu- it takes really a great. Show it takes really great pictures loves. Her I, mean for, me the apple is more about a. System. Okay everything ecosystem That I really that's what I buy. It. For yes Same. Here Well we'd like to know which one you're using apple. Or Android you can participate in the poll by going to, financial exchange show. Dot com if you care, to comment you can. Text us our text number, is, six, three, five. Six six if, you're new make sure you put my first name at the beginning of. Your message that would be buried be a. r. r. y. so tell us about the Trump administration's plans to make way for cheap health. Insurance plans I'd like a cheap health insurance plan for my understanding here is based on what we've been reading here is that they're trying to come up with a way to, offer cheaper but also less, comprehensive plans giving people. More options and it's another way of rolling back ObamaCare is as I, understand it it's part of that initiative by broadening the number. Of options, you know it'd be nice if you're healthy right, to, say well if you're healthy in fairly, affluent, say well I'll take a plan that has a fifty thousand, dollar deductible and I just want to have minimal coverage because I don't go to the doctor I'm really healthy Tucker's age I'm. Thirty years, old why am I buying coverage for you know, things, that I probably will never use that, would, be the attractive part of it I guess then it leaves, the sick people paying more sick people who or people who are need chronic care Yeah I, mean if you look on it on a person by, person, Macy's I can see how you wanna make those individualized. Decisions Systemically I just I be concerned about the fact that we're we're, not really addressing, the systemic issues in the systemic, issue is that we spend twenty percent? Of, our economy. On health on healthcare which, is nuts three top expenses are you. Know drugs hospital care and then the physicians yeah we're not we're not thinking holistically here and so? It's every man for himself have you. Ever looked at. What other countries other developed nations, are spending per capita on health care haven't where we are double, be others it's it's shocking like just to the north now I know the Canadian healthcare system. Leaves, a lot to be desired, but they, spend half of what we do and they have longer life. Expectancies in, better outcomes well and I think it's about you know not just the, cost with the quality of the care rate I mean there've been a. Spate of, articles recently on the fact that you know we have, one, of the highest rates of pregnancy related deaths in issues Among. Developed countries which. Just seems you know phenomenally sad given the fact that, you know richest country in the world exactly richest country in the world that Trump advisor say I've got to assume this is Bolton, and Navarro are, urging the president to raise additional, China tariffs to twenty five percent this? Has, to do. With the currency because China's, currencies declined what about six percent right. Here today the u. on is definitely declined now just to know this is this is an additional? Twenty five percent there's already been a. Twenty five percent. Tariff put on several goods about, thirty four billion dollars worth of goods I understand it and they're, looking at an additional twenty five percent on various consumer goods food and machinery composes just threat. They're, talking about doing it we, import about, five hundred billion from China right they're talking about doing it. On the, entire five hundred billion yeah yeah and you know it's going to be, interesting to see TV's going to cost you a lot more you're closed Are going to cost you get. Your soda Earlier soda and your beer, are going to cost a lot every well a lot of, things are gonna go way up in price and that would be the reason I think this gets resolved is politically that's very unpopular when people go to buy a car and the Corolla goes up in price by three thousand dollars because of tariffs. People are going to be happy about that I don't know that people are really thinking about three right now because we have so many positive. Reports? Coming out of the. Economy right, now right so that's the question you know if you're if if you can, prolong the rhetoric as long as you can then you know people aren't, going to feel the impact until later on and it's going to be very interesting to. See the, impact on US markets in, growth if this if this does go through because it does seem like China. Is getting hurt more than the United States, when you look. At the Chinese stock market it's. Down twenty five percent Well I mean China's facing other I think you know economic challenges of its own aside and separate from this but you know the Chinese are. In it for the long term so they're going to sit, down and they're going to say okay what are some of the things that we can do in order to spur growth within our country focusing on things like infrastructure in debt control in order to help themselves out to the fallen sort here they. They could just say okay well try if US wants to play hardball we'll play hardball too and they don't have to worry about an election. They? Don't have to worry. About midterms, well and I think you know if benefits both Chinese and US businesses countries, to try to find a way to work it out because you know, the the commerce slows both ways Mexico's figuring that out Mexico's saying hey Mexican president CNBC. Is reporting, that Mexican presidential winner Andrey, Manuel Lopez over door said on Tuesday yesterday that he expected there would be. An agreement in Goshi ation of the North, American Free trade agreement in Coming days the president had said he didn't think going to get done on this until after the midterm election so this is early well I was I was fascinated by the fact that a, quarter, of the dairy exported, by, the, us is actually imported by Mexico so. I mean they have, a strong incentive to want to keep things flying. You know between those wedges as well. Yeah, absolutely same thing with Canada absolutely and you know they border us so they you know they want to have a good relationship we'll see what happens, they're coming up we'll be. Talking about divorces and I came, across, Tucker we ever done show that does not involve. Student loans I mean it just it's pretty frequent the rightfully so it's pervasive I mean I it seems it's affecting housing now affecting divorce rates it's just Seems like we can't get get through it at program without talking about. Student loans anyway we. Will, talk about that and I would remind you to participate in our poll which is which do you use for your phone are. You an apple user or are you an I or an Android user so, far we are fifty four percent apple. And, forty. Five percent Android and. I. I think nationally, the numbers are pretty close, I'll try, to do some research during the pulse. Number of people chiming. In on the. Text line even on the text line Tucker if you. Look it's it's like they're pretty close it's pretty fifty. Fifty on, the text line now all right yeah texts number by..

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"ehab" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ehab" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Few blocks from us oh it's funny how this works out and it's in american spin on british food and british drink and you brought all right now this appears to me to be is something of an old fashioned that have had in my hand it's more variation on the grosny eleanor owning okay crony variation it's called the talismans act actually on our menu at river else it's a it has american gen a spanish from mood with uh jean are which is this beautiful um amaro from italy and then a little pedra manas sherry from spain because it invaded self once it's done with what's happening here it's yet it's abu so it's nice appeared see if there are grown up to recognize jerrod dreaded very smooth berry very well done refresher hank which way dan fracturing with a nice such as the gas nice looking drink um but you know when you look at it it's like okay you know you don't get the 22yearold natal could make those noises like we just heard who drinks that this summit knows what they want nose with their about has confidence in their drinking wars is actually effort will yeah i would guess worse is not twenty two talking about the other person on the tape o on have no spring chicken either nowadays right did you ever birthday recently chatterjee yes i like this drink that's the idea of the ones water all mature palette boris brundtland unlikely china i i do enjoy really i just can't absorb i just don't hand over a decade i always every time i hear that tape i can't get away take it over foreign large ken lay calling in the middle of the night that one tape really does just fill in the entire night because prayer you feel like you're parting with boris just had hill it it sounds like the the hidden audio of the space station before spiralled out of nowhere one founded in an alien movie this the only clue ehab either the last words of the crew where we have it slow down to it we still have that because we get reacted slowed down to see get like this are bruder fell wanted to listen to see say we could find out anything i'll say this was the fbi does he slow things down here at their their clothes in the background is as veal on it from.

"ehab" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"ehab" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Thought that once john kelly knew about it's something was going to happen and at every turn the systems failed to hold him accountable and i think that what's really profoundly different now and this i think transcends me too is women starting to say well if the system cannot uh the formal legal system hold men to account then i really do have to be activated i'm gonna have to figure something out and and i think that that's much as women by the way i think that people across the board than so you were gonna have some fraction i think of the population who still thinks that donald trump is a wizard and speaks truth to power and that women are snowflakes and they should stay in their place but i think of the thirty whatever percent of voters who were and bill enter conflicted or confused or not engaged in this conversation when they voted for donald trump i think every day that goes by that they don't reckon with that is a day that they lose voters you cannot see what happened with rob porter i think and bmw antennae more douglass in your article at slight rob portas history of domestic abuse wasn't a secret it's just that that one kid you point out that he was a very much a golden boy a rhodes scholar hobbit son of a prominent academic and i didn't know that he'd been dating hope hicks previously she was dating couric what's his neverland desk it right yes sir having quite a run yep so he's he the this is the handsome guy that's in the white house are they still an item i don't mean to sound to tabloid ehab it well the daily mail reported in the original are reporting wrapped porter they were the first i think to break uh the story that uh they were dating and so it's not too tab lady because i think this is a story broken uh you know five by a pretty uh tabloid he enterprise and and the last they've seem is that i don't know if they're still dating nobody's made a public statement but i do know that the statement the michelin released supporting him uh was impart written by hoped picks and that's just unbelievable i.

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"ehab" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"ehab" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Get involved but yeah these things are not kabwe the problem with modern tech is they are capable of so much more than anybody ever tells you there's no manual there's there's no one clearinghouse place in that you as a customer can go to find out everything your phone can do there's not one place you can go to identify every problem you're having were somebody's had it and has the solution well i do that i go to every different source i know every time i encounter a problem trying to track it down i'm very sensitive to battery churn right now i have a phone right now i constantly i was one phone to test this in my library i have one phone i never used but it on and right now the standby number is at fifty eight hours in the usage is three hours that is excellent that a man my batteries at sixty percent so i know everything's okay in my library now my my staff is laughing at me like they can't believe this while the i do i want to test my phone i have two i have a phone that has done nothing since i had that problem in the library since i had that massive turn yes i've got a phone that does nothing but tell me whether or not things you're working in my if the icrc loud in the wifi base stations and no one founded tell me what others charge in a room or not what's it what it was tech questioned ehab mm it doesn't mean anything you're bet your apple base station won't start blinking yellow i i have one it's thought that was that was blinking yellow it for it it didn't matter reese reboot and it's still black and yellow what it why are you sure is your wife i not working in the room okay it your fine don't sweat it the yellow doesn't it it's it's it's not panic time green would be better but it doesn't mean that your house is going to catch fire and the insurance won't pay offer any that you're you're you're in good shape see this is the thing most be i've experienced that too i know what.

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"ehab" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"ehab" Discussed on WCTC

"To how 'bout in puerto rico include carpenters electricians doctors and nurses many of whom are kind of upset about president trump's visit to the devastated island yesterday in which he compared hurricanes maria and katrina the in called katrina a real catastrophe saying thousands of people died as opposed to sixteen in puerto rico by the official death toll in puerto rico right now is thirty bowler there has been another guilty plea and the ongoing federal investigation into law enforcement corruption in hudson county yesterday 38yearold ehab abdullaziz who worked as a jew ac city police officer admitted to paying nearly twelve thousand dollars in bribes to a member of the department in exchange for him to be paid for work he never performed adelaziz clifton resident who serves as a sounding board member anne patterson as reportedly resigned that position following his play he faces up to five years in prison being back in school also means the kids are going to be sick more often when there were lots of children are in the same member of the fell to exchange logo things particularly viruses sometime also book dear not to giovanni piedmont says that viral infections usually show up as an upper respiratory cold and can last for three to five days he says there aren't any effective medications for these types of infections adding that antibiotics don't work so don't ask for them he also says and most calls to go away on their own with fluids and rest world and national news is coming up next wctc news time 702 you love cooking for those you love good thing the g cafe series is made for those who love the kitchen and unlike most family members of the g cafe dishwasher is more than happy to clean up afterward now with mailin.

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