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Palestinian militant will challenge Abbas’s party in election
"Their first parliamentary elections in fifteen years. Npr's daniel estrin reports from jerusalem. The longtime palestinian authority president faces a serious challenger. Candidates submitted their lists for elections next month. And there's a major shakeup marwan barghouti a popular figure serving a life. Sentence in israel is backing an independent list for parliament. Another candidate muhammadu to. Helen is backing another list. That means votes. That would have gone to palestinian president. Mahmoud abbas fatah party could be spread among multiple rival lists that could weaken the secular party and give its islamist rival hamas the upper hand in elections analysts say that might give president abbass reason to cancel the elections of haute which was aimed at unifying the palestinian territories after fifteen years of divided. Rule daniel
Atlanta Hawks Fire Coach Lloyd Pierce
"We're gonna start with the atlanta hawks. Who fired their coach. Lloyd pierce today. You could see this coming for a while. And i guess i'm gonna start here. We can get into whether he was doing a good job or not. It seems like he wasn't their fan. Base was happy they. I think they blew eleven. Fourth quarter leads just as year they They're fourteen and twenty for the season. They're close enough to like the four five seed where you can make a case you do this now. Somebody writes the ship. You could still be a top five. Playoff tim my question. Is this when you build your team around this. Entire philosophy new spent three years doing that in that philosophy isn't necessarily working. Isn't that the fatah the gm in the owner over the coach. The coach has to be the fall guy. First and then i think the gm travis slink end up being the second fall guy in the offseason but why does the fog. I always have to be the coach. I with this roster. That clearly doesn't work. I mean it's always the coach because the gm is boss. So you're the gm that's probably the first thing like whenever coaches fired it's almost always gm's ultimately right. Yeah who by the way who hired this coach so a going backwards and this is why i always get criticized from From hawks fans. I'm too hard entree on i'm not. I'm just realistic on training. I'm not sure he's a winning player. He might be. He might turn into winning player right now. I'm not sure where it is. I know he's of the worst offenders in the league but since they got him and i think it all starts to that luca trade and the fact that luca became good right away and they went all in on trae young and that they got basically trae young camera tish They're trying to build this infrastructure to make trae young succeed. That is the goal of this franchise. From the moment they made that trade and they kind of anoint him as disguise can be are steph curry so every decision they make after that is based around this premise. That trae young could be steph curry and that leads to three straight years of decisions that when you look at them early. I don't think they worked. So i don't know who the coach could have been. That would have made all the moves they made. If you're just starting with the fundamental premise. Trae young as the next curry. 'cause he's not. Yeah i think you got to look at it like year one and year to always going to be busts with trae like we're gonna rebuild last year. They're playing and honor like thirty minutes like nineteen and twenty one. So really it's like. This is the first year i really counts for them. This is what the air they spent their money. They had the quote unquote team. They want around trae sh- really to me. It was like two years. We're just gonna burn and year. Three years could come together. And that's why pierce was fired so quickly is because the pressure is on schlink now. Big time. I got a two year window to do every wanted with really no expectations of rigging results.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Provides Update On Chicago's Coronavirus Vaccine Rollout
"Black and Hispanic Americans are about twice as likely to die from covert 19 is white Americans, yet they have been vaccinated. At much lower rates across the country that in Chicago, about half of the city's vaccinations are for people of color. The mayor of Chicago, of course, is Lori Lightfoot, and she joins us now more like for thanks so much for being with us. Good morning, Scott. A pleasure to be with you early in the vaccine roll out less than 20% of vaccine doses went to Chicago. Once of color. Now, that's half. What did Chicago do? That can make a difference. Can it be done in other places? Well, we work extremely hard to overcome. Vaccine hasn't see in communities of color protect particularly black and like flat necks, and really that hard work began at the very beginning of the pandemic. We were seeing the disproportion impact on communities of color, this horrible virus. We went to work in those communities, which trusted partners. And I think those that hard work over time is starting to bear fruit in the significant off take to go from, you know the low teens. Of uptake in the early days of the vaccine program to now over 50% is remarkable turnaround, and it's really do that the hard work of so many people across our city certainly led by city government, But really, our partners in the neighborhoods deserve the credit because they recognize this life saving Vaccine has to go to those people that are most in need. And in our city That means communities of color. But what's the messaging in this Because, of course, you know, a lot of the hesitancy is historic, based on things that, obviously well, what's the message Inky were able to convince you there's there's no secret sauce, and it's really ah lot of diligence, one on one conversation and getting people who are trusted. Community partners in those neighborhoods who recognizable literally. We've gone door to door for months now to get people educated. Provide them with information really do a lot of myth busting and you've just got a Put in the hard work to overcome their fears. And I think as people have seen people that they recognize whether it's a mayor of color as I am or their neighbors who are getting the vaccine without adverse consequences. It's bringing people who are really standing on the sidelines into the field of play and saying, all right I'll do this. I think it's safe. Have to ask you Mayor Lightfoot, a zoo, you know. Chicago Tribune reported this week that the city spent more than $280 million nearly 60% of the discretionary spending money it got under the Caress Coronavirus relief package. On CPD, the Chicago police Department. Is that true? And what do you say? OK, I'm going to quote Alderman less Fatah. The first ward, who says that money should have been sent on spent on housing assistance in small businesses, not the police. Well, we spent Tens of millions of dollars on a significant number of community service and social service programs. As you know, Scott when the tears package Came from Congress. It came through specific line items and grants for programs like homelessness, community health, um, violence prevention and other things. Those were designated dollars where there was really no flexibility whatsoever and how that money was spent, and we spent it accordingly. There were some money, however, that the federal government gave to cities like Chicago to address the unprecedented need to respond to covert 19. And yes, we spent money on a range of first responder activities because they were at the front lines in many instances, particularly in the early days of our covert 19 response. So the criticism that somehow we should have taken a pass on free money from the federal government that came to address unprecedented and unbudgeted needs that were in our city just doesn't make any sense. I make no apologies for the fact that we took advantage of the opportunities that the federal gave government gave us rather than passing on. Was expensive to our taxpayers, so that the the choices do we actually take advantage of the re rope the money that has given us two by the federal government and save Burden on our taxpayers, or do we just pass along the cost to the taxpayers? I understand with our taxpayers every single day and do everything that I can to save them from any further burden, And that's exactly what we did in Chicago. Thanks so much my pleasure.
Dr. Fata Case
"Mike. Thanks for joining me as we talk about these two stories. Thanks for having me on to talk with you. Laura so in this episode. I'm gonna pass off the reporter duties to you so ask me anything about dr death. That sounds great. I'm actually a very big fan of the show and so i'm very excited to get your perspective on you. Know what you've told these past two seasons So one of the biggest things that stuck out to me from season two was just the scale of dr fatah's devastation. I mean can you remind us. Just how big of an impact fought to head on his patients lives. I will and i have to start off with the caveat that the person who really looked into this in was reporter this series. Heather sh raring. Who did an amazing job and dug up all this information. He was in practice over a period of several years. You have to remember that. Dutch only operated eighteen months In dallas so because of that dr fata saw thousands of patients. You know there were only a few hundred in the actual court case but really. There's there's no telling how many patients he hurt one of the lines. That stuck out to me. I love this line from george karachay where he wondered. What should i do. What do i do. Do i leave now with the others. Do i get to the department of justice right now. Run over there to the fbi office or do i just pull the fire alarm and tell everybody to run for their lives. I mean that that line sticks with you whether she pull a fire alarm right And i wanted to pose a hypothetical. Let's say george didn't do anything. He didn't file whistle blower to go to the department of justice. How much longer would fought to have been able to practice. you know. that's a good question. And who knows. I mean he had already been practicing for so long. You know one of the things that he did was keep all of his compartmentalized so no one person could really tell exactly the scope of his fraud and so it's it's really scary to think about how long he would have continued if people hadn't finally started to put it all together. I think that's one of the things. I love about these stories. Is there horrible right. But they're like these these kinds of heroes and not just like these individual heroes but there's these regular people who step forward it's not in their interest but they they come forward and they save people's lives. Yeah i mean they're really they're really depressing stories for sure but i think they're also affirming stories as as well. I mean one of the comments. I got Which is understandable from from dr death season. Two is why in this time of cova when healthcare workers are are just so stressed and working such long hours to take care of people. Why would we want to do a story. That really highlights the terrible side of the healthcare system and it's completely valid complaint on the other hand. The counter narrative to these stories are the fact that there are heroes in the healthcare system. Who saw this and just could not abide by it and and speak up so it it is really depressing and it does expose a a really terrible side of the healthcare system but it also exposes the heroic nature that some people will go to to try to help other people one thing. That really surprised me was the links that Free fata was willing to take to appeal his conviction even the fact that he was seeking compassionate. Release due to covid. Do you think that he will ever get out of prison. He no. I'm not one to say i would be doubtful but you know who who knows. I mean who who knows how he might get out i. I can definitely say that. The chances of christopher done getting out are pretty miniscule. Because he's exhausted. All of his appeals on vodka. I'd be doubtful. But who knows.
Dr Fata: Seeing Yellow | 4
"Patty hester was helping a patient at work in the emergency room on the morning of august. Sixth two thousand thirteen. It was busy morning. Her colleague came in the room with a patient and tapped patty on the shoulder. Come here right now come here. I'm rock with her towards break room i to have time what she said. Patti catch your doctor. Patty walked into the break room and stared at the tv quote. We are michigan. Hematology oncology here in rochester hills. Were fbi agents are executing our search warrant. My sources are also telling me that a doctor has been arrested on charges related to healthcare fraud s fbi helicopters. They swarmed in on this morning. And i'm looking at this news. It has named goes across then. Then i have my cell phone in my pocket. and it's like this. you can feel it vibrating. All my dad from that point on her cell phone wouldn't stop buzzing all day. One call was from the fbi. You'll be getting your chart than the news. Said we'd like to interview you. Patty went home. Her husband was in front of the tv. Federal agents say in court records that doctor for allegedly kept patients on chemotherapy. Longer than necessary to cash in on the billings agents allege for da also directed that patients be diagnosed with cancer in their medical charts. Even when they did not have the disease patty wondered. Was she one of them. She didn't have to wait long to find out the next day a dark. Suv with tinted windows. Pulled into the driveway. An agent stepped out of the car and patty opened the door. Her whole family behind her. He said i'm very sorry and handed me my chart in the disk. I just sir cry. My family sobbing sobbing. It was horrific. She put the disk into her computer and began to scroll through. It was just lie after lie after lie. The also gave her a list of oncologist that she could see to get a second opinion. Ten days later patty saw a new doctor for the first time she brought with her. The disc at the fbi had given her. After the dr ransome tests she came into patties exam room hugging. And i am so sorry and saw sorry. You don't have it you don't have a patty began to cry. Her doctor said that she wasn't yet sure what had made her sick in the first place but she was sure that patti didn't have cancer. You need to live your life. You need to live your life. You not gonna die. I said if you do anything for me could you just please write it down town. She's forty where you want me to write it. And so she whipped out a prescription pad. And that's when she wrote a tricia has has no evidence and diaz in the weeks that followed other fatah patients or their loved ones sought their medical records. Saint joseph mercy. Oakland hospital filled these requests free of charge but crittenden had a different policy in some cases. The hospital asked for more than a thousand dollars to fill. The requests fought. Victims protested outside the hospital eventually crittenden relented and waive the fees but the victims and their families still needed someone who knew the technical lingo to look over the records. That's what i did for my fun. Time in the evenings nurse angeles won tek. I would go through the patient's medical records in a way. I feel like for me anytime. Somebody reached out to me. I said yes i didn't. I felt that that was something that i could do. And maybe you know. Help with the guilt of i should have done more. I wish i could have done more. One of those requests came from michelle mannarino. Her mother joan had died in two thousand ten six months. After angela's visit fatah had treated joan for breast cancer but when they met at a hotel in a banquet room angela had some news from michelle. And i remember looking at her records and the chemotherapy and i remember one thing that struck me was one of chemotherapy. Drugs that she was given is typically given for colon cancer. And i thought with this is odd like why would you give this for a breast cancer diagnosis.
Dr. Fata: Living with this Hell
"In the days following his conversation with dr. So mongoloid george kept replaying. What he'd heard ministry humor their patients without getting their the very last. As you leave now you can't. He couldn't believe it was true. That seems a little outlander side. Stop myself from laughing. I thought it was more like he wanted to start his own practice and get out of his contract. George thought it over and the more he thought about it. The more it changed the things had heard from other employees in the past. I started thinking about all of the other nurse practitioners or doctors. That would say things like. We shouldn't have given this medication to patient in saying you know. I'm not comfortable with this care plan. And then i began to think maybe some of what he's saying is true. George started poking around. He took a stack of medical records to his office and then he thought that might make him look suspicious so he put them back. He made a spreadsheet with all. The patient's doctor fought had seen from the last year and noted how many of them received treatment as a result and what i saw with the other physicians every ten patients that they saw in consultation maybe two or three would get treatment but with dr fata out of ten patients between eighty and ninety percent basis. We're getting some form of treatment. So if you're seeing dr fata you're getting. It certainly seemed suspicious but he needed a second opinion. He called up an attorney. He knew he said george. The sounds very serious but you have to have strong proof. You're going against doctor. Who is very prominent and this could be easily refuted so if you happen to run into more information that corroborates dr monthly or anyone else. Then call me again and then we'll talk about it. George was stuck. He didn't wanna search too much in the computer records because that would create a paper trail with the right evidence. Perhaps something could be done. George is needed to know where to look again. Dr mongolia and george disagree about the details of their conversations but in one they talked about a key treatment. Dr fata was using inappropriately. It was called i. V. i. g. as it happened there was one more person who was also getting suspicious of dr fata. It was almost like the accuses ring to get into. Talked him to get any information from him and it was like getting thrown into a movie where you're just if they and what. What is going on here. Mary sitter 'let had worked for dr fata. Since the winter of two thousand ten. Like george she knew place had its quirks. There were the chaotic patient loads. She already thought. Dr fata was seeing so many patients that he couldn't keep up. I went in with a patient of mine that i was very close to and she was trying to get clarification on her plan of care and he was nodding off. Dr fata. did this. Many times often spent only two to three minutes with each patient but this time the patient was sympathetic to him. She felt for him. Say he's just exhausted. And i said well been waiting for this appointment for the last four and a half weeks and getting sick from chemotherapy so i think he deserves somebody not to fall asleep when you're talking about your care. Michigan hematology oncology wasn't an ideal place to work by any means but mary didn't have a ton of options. She was a single mom of a young son. And the commute was much more manageable than her last job. So she put up with dr fata. I felt of trapped. Plus i wasn't allowed to move more than one hundred miles away from my ex-husband dude of the law. That time so i was stuck basically just trying to do what was best for my child. Mary is the type who gets fired up rather quickly when she sees something wrong though she had never had to question a doctor before so when she began to grow. Suspicious of dr fatah's care she wanted answers. It started when the way he did chemo to seemed off. She suspected that he wasn't following protocol. That he wasn't calculating the doses by the patient's height and weight a few times. She press doctor fata on this and he always had an explanation. he would just say to european protocol. I can choose the doses that i want but you know he's the doctor he's the last say i mean. I'm not gonna dosen chemo. That's not my license
Dr. Fata: King Midas
"Four months later in september of two thousand eleven. Dr fatah's practice hired a new office manager. George karachay. i was born in detroit Living near Actually motown on west grand boulevard. George was in his early fifties tall with dark hair and glasses. He had worked in healthcare for more than thirty years and from an early age health. Care was very important to him. He used to play on this on the lawn of henry ford hospital when i was a kid and i often wondered what was inside. What did they do their before. He's interview hit. Never heard of doctor fata but of course he knew all about crittenden hospital. Where dr fata sent his patients. It had a reputation for serving posh clientele. George was honored to accept. Dr fatah's offer. The scale of the office was bigger than anything managed before he knew that a lot was expected of him but he was excited to be part of it. All the position was a rare. Find a six figure salary which is a lot for an office manager great healthcare coverage a twenty minute commute for his first day at his new job. He left his house early enough to leave. Plenty of time to get settled. My best sudan and is dr fodder said you know. We're very formal here. And so i. I remember driving to the clinic and i saw it for the first time on the outside nasa site to see it was grand on the outside with its covered. Porch and windows on the outside michigan. Hematology oncology didn't look much like a healthcare center it look like some sort of ski lodge some some resort. You see on side of a mountain where the rich and famous went to doing their winters. So i like this is incredible. The parking lot was already packed with cars when he made his way to the front of the building. I opened the door. And i was just in. Awe was on in so many different levels. The opulence of the center fifty foot ceilings grand piano artwork on the walls. Something that you would normally see at the detroit institute of arts. The soft lighting. The waiting rooms at were filled with fine furniture. It all looked more like the lobby of a swanky hotel. It was supposed to be the jewel of crittenden hospitals outpatient center and it really was. He looked around at the staff doctors nurses from other hospitals and universities all and crisply iron uniforms for marketable. George thought to see so many people from different disciplines all there to care for patients. Though george was new to the field of oncology. he wasn't a stranger to cancer. My own mother was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. And i was taking care of her. While i was working for dr fata so i know what it's like to be given that news in a patient's room and to go through the caretaking of a patient and i really believed in the field of oncology and hematology as he was looking around taking it all in jordan started to feel a bit nervous. I day jitters. But he realized that he too got to be part of this impressive operation working alongside folks that were saving lives. I closed my eyes. And i said to myself remember this day. Remember this day right away. He was put to work meeting. The staff getting to know the equipment around dr fatah's four clinics the infusion room where patients received chemotherapy was a sight to see. It was like a parking lot for chemo. Chairs kema chairs and rooms cumin chairs in the you had single a chairs you had once in a group with four and time. It was far as the eye could see. Saw the sea of chemo chairs. The waiting room stayed filled with at least thirty patients at a time. Busy was an understatement. Barber shop where one person is in a chair and then sweep off. The air and the next person would get in a chair. There was never a moment where that chair wasn't being used and running and humming and the equipment and spies all had to be there or else machine. I called it would start to break down.
Who Was Dr. Fata
"Patty hester is a petite woman with straight blond hair and blue eyes. She's lived in clarkston michigan a suburb of detroit. Nearly her entire life and she's a fitness junkie. My father was a jackie. I'm very healthy and live to be eighty four so i i'd always been into fitness and health. We ran racism. Road bikes like mile. Trips and i played softball. I played hockey in two thousand nine. Patty was working as an emergency room technician. She monitored patient's vitals the thing she saw the er were enough to keep her motivated to take care of ourselves but then something happened to her. That inspired her to become a fitness instructor. Her mom was in a car accident and because she had a congestive heart failure. My mom was in a coma for from january. Fifth until june ninth. Patty and her family were very close almost daily. She stayed at her mother's bedside praying. She would recover. I looked at my mom and him. I was so tired of sickness that it was like and wanted something. That was life giving a new then beyond anything that i had to pursue That is where my drive really kicked to become a trainer. Because i just could not bear the thought of someone being long-term l. i. us sick and i don't want that for myself either. So at age fifty five. Patty began studying to become a fitness instructor a few months into her studies. Patty got pneumonia. Her doctor did some blood work. And a few of the tests were concerning she suggested that patty see hematologist a physician who specializes in blood conditions. The haematologist petty really wanted to see out of the country so she did some research and found one who looked pretty promising. My internal medicine doctors that you know. Hey i set my mom to him. He's world renowned dot. They're freed fighter. Sloan kettering graduate your choice patty but i would go to him if her thirty years. Working in healthcare had taught her anything. It was to be extra sure that this doctor farid fata was legit. She read all the reviews. She could find. She asked around about him at the hospital she worked at. She called it bernice. Who's an internal medicine doctor in saint louis who said she'd heard good things. There is nothing nothing to ever question that this person was anything. But like oh wow. You're lucky to get into see this person. So in late february two thousand ten. Patty went to see dr fata at his practice. Michigan hematology oncology. She arrived late in the afternoon and almost every seat in the waiting room was full. She took a seat and began filling out her paperwork. A big screen. Tv in the waiting area played an ad for dr fatah's charity swan for life. This video about the story of this patience has an making this wooden swan in holding up and telling the story how you know his patient who who had passed away. Her husband carved this for him. It the whole thing wrapped around donating money but it played over and over again when you're waiting for an appointment. How long can you watch this. After half an hour patty got up and approached the woman at the front desk. I said. can you please change. A channel in the employees all spoke in a whisper. I really didn't understand that one either. Because i worked in the medical field and you whisper of confidential. But she said no. I can't i can't change the channel confused. Patty turned to go back to her seat after a forty five minute wait. Chief finally got into an exam room. an in his room. There's the Top tack framed pictures of him. Now top dak sway talked. It was another half hour. Wait before. Dr fata appeared. He entered the room in a white lab coat over a shirt and tie he was short. Have very round face. He introduced himself. He was very very soft. Spoken almost to the fat that it was a whisper. He was reaching out. His hand turned to be very personable and would lean in. And hey you know while patricia. You're in the right place. Patty wasn't sure what to expect but she didn't wanna miss anything in case he did have surprising news for her. She came prepared really prepared. In fact i had a little Recording device in my pocket. And i told him i said i'm recording our conversation in case i don't catch it all. So could you speak up. And he said oh. You don't need that you know i'll give you all your lab results and you'll get all this stuff and i just liked to do that. He
Team Liquid wins ESL One Germany
"Esl one germany ended syndrome. Yip team liquid came out on top. They beat team secret. Well first of all mud columns beat team secret two in the upper bracket and then team secret got knocked down to the lower bracket alliance and then lost to team liquid who just ran out the lower bracket completely after going out in the first round and they ended up building navy. Three one in the finals. What did you think of That performance it was actually. It was a really interesting tournament to cover because like the storyline for the last half year has been secret. Beats everybody who's getting second place and then secret actually lost something so that already in itself made a very unique tournament But then the fact that not only did secret lose technically. The top three were not even projected to be in top three any of the three teams. The finals was liquid versus navy novel. Who have not really had a relevant top-placing in any international tournament for years. It feels like or very few anyway. and mud golem which is a new stack with fatah as captain those two teams got top three which was kinda crazy like they knocked out the teams that were knocked out by these teams. Were like no. It wasn't small squad got knocked out. Og got knocked out. 'nigma got knocked out secret alliance all of the big teams were knocked out and the best placement for all of the big was secret getting fourth. So kind of crazy stuff. It was really cool to see other teams catching up and playing better. And i'm very happy for for liquid for finally winning a tournament with this roster. It's been a long time coming and especially happy for my boy. Quake of course Click so i mean. He played really really well this tournament. I thank you very much. Deserved like the whole team played super. Well so yeah those. I have a general question for you Based on the performances we saw so mud gums. You mentioned fateh being the captain d. You think and they beat secret two zero. How much do you think fatah's experienced on secret with puppy. Played a part in them winning. Do you think that that matters a lot or is in kinda just whatever. It's been a lot of patches right since they but he was with them for long enough. I feel like he could have picked things up at the very least right. Maybe it's still a long time ago. I think i think more than anything. They did their stuff well. And one with that more than they specifically tailored a strategy around beating secret. They kind of picked similar stuff to what they had picked so far in the tournament. And if anything you can criticize secret for not being prepared enough for that for that match up In terms of their bands in particular. By like you know it's a classic thing that secret will do a lot of strategies they will give away heroes that your team lakes because they think they have the solution and this time they're just didn't for once so as far as intel goes this whole you played with this captain two years ago. So you know how they think. I feel like that's almost almost diminishing the complexity of the game right like just as as your own ideas and your thoughts can develop. So we'll those with the other captains so. I think it's largely irrelevant to be honest
90-year-old Seattle woman survives coronavirus
"Covert nineteen is not always a death sentence for senior citizens and approve it couples Eric Johnson brings us the tale of Geneva what a great great grandma who got up after beating the virus daughter Cammie knight describes her like this determined stubborn headstrong but loving generous just don't mess with her her name was Geneva would she is ninety years old she has five kids eleven grandchildren twelve great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren she had a stroke in in January January and and she she went went to to life life care care center center of of Kirkland Kirkland for for rehab rehab and and they they didn't didn't think think they they should should get get out out of of the the wheelchair wheelchair after after you you know know because because she she had had lost lost a a little little complete complete use use of of her her right right side side she got out of the chair all right until she fell and broke her hip on March fourth and then she became ill very ill on March fifth she was taken to Harborview were they tested her she had the coronavirus covert nineteen additionally there and you call and it covers five near Tomales at by the ninth doctors like mark Zahra stock she was a goner the originations going up and so by the time I left late in the evening she had been kind of converted to comfort care can we had sort of decided that she was gonna pass that's what the family wanted to that's what she did the lights were out Emily was told to say their goodbyes switch they did through glass we're paying because I thought I knew that I wish not gonna laugh and I didn't want to translate and there was no hope there was the my family on the other side of that window and I couldn't touch by the tents lonely and afraid she was crying for family begging to see them one by one family members were allowed to put on suits and masks and gloves and they made their final visits she said her goodbyes and she was at peace there wasn't anything like I'm not ready to die she was like she was ready to go Seton Fatah hard battle in she said goodbye and she gave us all our last our instructions she was moved to a new rule where they couldn't even look at her through glass there is a specific potato soup the Geneva loves just Plano potato soup for kids started dropping it off for her and she ate it and something astounding happens from the shadow of death door Genevan clear right and feisty started fighting again and she started getting I wanted them to be proud that I could still push it when did and I did and I'm still fighting and I'm still pushing the carriage I still have a lot to live for on the twenty second to test came back negative the coronavirus like old police retreated in the face of something tougher than itself in this case a nine year old Texans kids describers a bat out of hell course for potato soup I don't have the car owner I'm free I'm clear that's what that door says what's it going to feel like for you to go back home again I don't know that I can explain it's gonna be like I have been to happen yet it is seventy one and they tell me I might get to go tomorrow so I can't really afford tomorrow okay engine either way and that is the story of a tough old bird who got up off the canvas proud and defiant and gave the coronavirus a weapon it will not soon forget you could communicate with that damn coronavirus what would you tell it it
4 Steps To Brand Yourself As A Leader, And The 5 Top Leadership Skills
"You're listening to fill the Bella and this is flash by TDB. Today's question we're going to answer. Comes from to kneel at News Ltd Brisbane thank you. Question is all around heavy brain yourself as a leader About personal leadership identity in branding. Thanks a Christian in them. You know second branding before but let's tackle this from a lot more direct results penalty ship. Let's start with what actual. What do we mean what is meant by Pestle leadership entity to me? It's a little bit unique combination of qualities and talents that making unique and different as an individual in order to enhance leadership that to me is what personal leadership identity. It's it's what are the unique qualities and talents that you have so unique qualities and talents that distinctive as an individual that tomase what a personal ladyship identities because his different types of ladyship so I did I wanted to demystify what the whole personal leadership identity mates and again say to him because it's the foundation of the rest of the fleshpots. He's at ease the combination of qualities and talents. That make you. Unique and distinctive as individuals keywords qualities and talents unique distinctive an individual and that enhances your leadership style Let me flow on that Intensive trainings ahead. You brains yourself as a leader. Well I've covered this before but I'll explore again in. The context of Of ANONYMITY ENDED UP PERSONAL LEADERSHIP. And that is the next full step. Step one explore your voice. Make sure that you have that. Inner Voice your great communicator. At whether it's one on one situations whether it's stages to a lot of people and that's a key point because a lot of people in leadership think that it's just good one on one discussions one on one communication skills all. I think it's just able to communicate too many people at once to me. Great latest what they really have that When the building a personal brand is they're able to school. The voice spoke one on one. But in a situation where it's one too many so that's one connecting east obscure yourself and then upscale your team that's what Personal you know the branding yourself as a leader is all about. That's a great strategy to have strategy number two is all about upstream yourself but also being able to US upskill attained. Because you don't want to build too much of a gap between self team so you not only going to be able to obscure be and be pestle development but you need to be a good damn good Developing your team as well number three is all about focusing on your expertise different expectations when you building attain leadership meetings that conducts. Think of yourself. You know when you're branding yourself as a leader. You'll that conduct a standing in front of the ban and you have a certain expertise to spotlight. Highlight what your expertise. But then also know what the expectation of the taints and by highlighting expertise of yourself in the team. You will ensure that you are branding. you're branding the team and again that makes you a leader in the number four. They're important is to always ask for feedback member. It was in the people business. Where the whistling product or service and it's all about connecting person to a product or service in different than when leading teams. So when you're working on the strategy to build your existing brand you have to have a brand is known to ask for feedback. Re Temperate. In order is to adopt strategies. That will help you amplify your personal brain. One explore your boys number two obscure yourself and your team number three highlight put a spotlight on your expertise and those of your teams and number four. Ask for feedback now in. What is a good personal leadership? Model well Ship is the ability to develop and utilize positive leadership traits. So you WanNa really highlight your leadership traits and then you want to guide the direction of your loss instead of letting others guard you now. That's what leadership is all about. It's the guy again coming back to the conductor. Great leaders others conductors in every conductor. You think if you research conductors of bans conduct on orchestra and you watch the videos youtube some you see that all of them have a very unique and distinctive different style. All mariah to get the band the follows to play to the bait of music and play the music that needs to happen so when not talk about leadership and leading teams by always love using the example them conductors and concert fans because everyone has different stops. I'm a more animated. Some listen but they will get the results and coming back to the beginning where we talked about uniqueness coming back to where we talked about you know focusing on different skills and they you have as an individual this is what makes you'll you'll build your personal leadership traits. What do I find the top five leadership skills and the people have someone? I've seen good leaders mid again. This is the leader of the constant pain. The leader of politics a lot of work around politics are CD's common skills. That I say that is honesty and integrity and sat dental fantasy. Always bill antic deliver bad news in pathetically but honestly and deliver good news with energy and passion and honesty. But it's always honesty integrity or fantasy number one number two inspire others. You have to have the ability as a leader to inspire everyone in the world wants. Inspirational seeks inspiration. We gotta have this tribe. It's very important if you want to build your brain as leader number three is be committed and passionate and if you're not committed and passionate things off until Quebec commitment and passion is the common denominator of resilience so if you were. The resilience is a common denominator of Gum. Commitment and passion. If you have commitment a passion you are resilient and as a leader unique to have that Resonance Nick. One is good communicator. You need to be an amazing Communica days. This is another gosh. If you can't communicate ECON late you'd go to get people to be able to march to the bait of your drum. This is something that needs to happen and number five is accountability. You need to have accountability and you need to demand can ability from your team so if you do these things these are what are fun of Obama. The skills set up the right lane is honesty and integrity. Which again is open to city number to inspire? Abbas number three commitment and resilience number four is a good communicator and number five is accountability. And I think if you look at anyone that you admire is a leader in any field whether it's sports whether it's in work whether it's easy whether Seattle whatever leave should whether it's a a Fatah great leaders people that have people followed them all have these five traits from and it's important because one of the three most important roles of leader to me. Well latest have to do different things. Depending on the year's activities we discussed because leadership is he personal bomb professional family life all asked to be ladies in different roles. Different responsibilities so that the three opinion a very common and to me. It's all about being able to envision it's all about the number correct follows and it's all about being able to execute so the three tasks of a later Matt whether it's leading at home at one co leading self is that you have to have a vision. You have to be able to get follow as to see that vision and you need to be able to and if you can do those three things combined with what I've covered in this flash costs than you will build your personal brain identity and remember that brain is what people say about you when you leave the room so if you really WanNa know what people think that your brain will think about you and I do this in in groups. It's a great exercise to. It's what people have to say that you when you leave the room. What is your your your emotional engagement your affect your impact on paper. What did I say about you when you the room? I mean a great way to look at it as eulogies. You can tell if you read people's eulogies you can tell what that personal brand of that fascinating back from the eulogy that the here but attacked people talk about them. How I relate the bathroom with I remember about what stands out about them. That actually creates the brand of that person so everybody that wants to create a brand and we all need to mush apple phone but in particular as Neal's asked in terms of leadership Minnesota important to go back makes about what we just spoke about and done an really align it to yourself. I remember that it's all about being unique. It's all about the different till about keeping it real to yourself keeping an authentic. These are the things that happen because you know we often talk about a latest night will born well to me it. Spotter you Latest can be made at any time. If there's a will so there's a will there's a way but it's all about surrounding trump with throughout paper and of course some people are naturally boom out of talents that others don't have however it's not one or the other you don't need to be born. Alita to become a leader. I think that people need to understand that leadership is all about having the ability to get people to follow you around and personal ladyship been able to really brain yourself as a leader comes down to understanding your self understanding your audience and attributing all the things that we've spoken about in this flash cast until next time gumby the Bishops Bay. You've been listening to fill up the Bella in this cast by
"fatah" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Called he could be gotten Friday's game about a camp that's rotten the game wasn't that great is a game but because hello mother hello father was such a big hit it was one of the biggest selling games that Christmas it was extraordinary Sherman had touched a universal nerve about the lives of parents and children that is made the song an evergreen favorite Allan Sherman's album my son the knots in nineteen sixty three hit number one and it didn't happen again in the realm of comedic music until two thousand fourteen with weird al's album mandatory fun Allen Sherman showed me that it was possible it was possible to have a career as a parody artist certainly not likely but not impossible and I had a look back to Alan as inspiration to keep on going my father never thought did any of these songs would be lasting as he wrote down he always thought they everything was disposable six months later he'd have to write ten or twelve more for the next album it's a great honor to the library would think out of millions of recordings and they only pick twenty five things a year to preserve and that this would be one of them hello moto hello fight is just an extremely well written song it's a very funny song it's iconic and it certainly deserves its reputation stop in this regard Ellen Sherman singing hello moto hello Fatah one of the twenty five audio recording selected this year for the library of Congress's national recording registry telling that story we.
Stalking a Short on Bitcoin
"Today in the markets guess what gave a market a Bush mock. I don't mean the market that I tried and did you try to count the number. Love me for hope. Anyway I'm talking more about the futures in the US. Of course. I'll have been talking a little bit more about that off light because it has been talk of the town has been moving quite extraordinarily. It's not a market that I focus my attention on or take people to try to teach people to try cryptocurrency because this volatility what we get that more frequently and now you understand why not try traditional markets and wiped away a couple years ago. To focus on crypto full time. I'm we're up on the close. We're up a thousand over thousand points on the E. Mini four point five percent. The and the s over spots are the s all the S. and P. Five hundred has resigned above three thousand again that appear at people like the fact the Mr Bloomberg has Bildt on the rice and Mr Bernie Sanders is less likely to to win. I think this seems to be a parent from what's happened to the markets are the things that come through that I've seen is the The the primary it appears the business seems to think in markets for that medicine to think. That's a Baden government a better a better outlook full business than I sanders. One and I forget. The market is a complete replication of capitalism. I it's it's what it is. It's about making money it's about you know. Markets go up if money's being made if things are positive So that Swab. It appears that Baden has been given the thumbs up by the markets as he did creep ahead. That's for sure so talking back across to To Amok at the market that I do try democracy. I do get people to learn about teach people to try his KRYPTONITE. Had A great deal moment a great deal of moving on? I'm market over the last twenty four hours with pretty much flexible there. There are a couple of exceptions in all. I'll speak to those in just a moment. One thing I wanted to talk about is if you're not following me on on facebook. You really should be Craig Cobb. That's a Double Bay for Bravo not day God on the fish when I was called as in kkob cow Hasn't yes I know you're saying on the voice corn on the cob all of that one before jolly you say we have had a stimulus. Packages can obviously Hong Kong suggestive funded. Something point something billion three point two billion. I think it was and we've had a believe. Sean has also come out and said they were going to stimulate put stimulating talk of people that need to state high getting up ten thousand dollars for doing so to rip To sort of I suppose gave the incentive to stay high because a main think about somebody who who doesn't work for office here so what is out there and who does physical labor. What are they doing right now? Steinheim and do what from high while the flora can swipe itself from harm Is it site? There is a lot of paper especially the Guide to saw on. This was what the stimulus packages around the world. There to sort of help with so people actually do take. Hey to the advice and stay home now. What does that mean well? Stimulus is not a bad thing. As long as it doesn't lay damore printing of money now of course the US has been exercising. It's it's Apparent right to print money for a number of as a matter of fact it started in two thousand nine hundred ninety recently stopped on. I think it'd just find out the press guy So far as quantitive easing goes in the printing if further money I think it'll be very very interesting and potentially very dangerous if other countries to sort through the site because you know if other countries go out and so we've got lots of money then it's I don't know how they will react to that Americans have gotten away with it because they're America. Okay that the dollar's seemingly backed by their eyesight that the defence force. Because you know it's not it's not a gold pin currency anymore and oddly enough they feel to Conley battered if other countries would go out there and press now. This is not something. I'm an expert on. I'm just looking at this guy. Well if if you know if the market's wonderful further we interest rates more or less globally the silo. We haven't got that Fatah guy. What will the weapons that we had last global financial crisis? Well let me tell you what those weapons were. Those weapons were number one. We had interest rates to cut interest rates to make it easy for bank. Selanne which was alive all right. Let's go do those opportunity there number three well if all else guys to the bottom of the barrel print more money okay. So they used all three of those to push the most the longest bull. Run that we've had in modern times. Now what are they this time will Jason Tonight? Qa that's bad it stimulant lights. It's it's hard to see what sort of weaponry that they have out there at the moment to continue to stimulate growth Markets Steinke forever. And it's going to be interesting so I said keeping a pretty you type in view. I suppose that everything's going to be okay but also the back of my mind. I am starting to read a little bit more When it comes to government policy Saudi Arabia doing on Titan little notice than I normally would just so that I can be ahead of the curve is more important to me than anything else brought now. Let's go throughout market and have a little little challenge. What's going on Bitcoin? Thousand seven hundred forty four dollars point two percent now. The thing is if you look at the two hour shot here. There's a try that I call the you've heard before the bitcoin rake and there is one way to test was not quite. It's it's better saying on the bit mixed job support. They'RE GONNA have locust one of my strategy's not they're incompletion and you haven't with the rules unless you do and if you do good if you don't stay away you're already but it is building there. We do have a bit of a daily downturn do gacy a short today. I will take good thing is I just did my scan. I've tried but long short Tries TO WIPE APU bucks. Got Pretty much everything that I'd like to have the mind pretty good pretty good watch this today. Their aims down but pretty much flat. It's two twenty three. Seventy six six up pays up point. Three Senate twenty three point five cents. We got bitcoin cash three dollars. Sorry three dollars. Three hundred nineteen dollars. Ninety five cents. It's down two point. Nine percent the biggest fuller across the board has to be said it is Vail. It's just changed. But his two hundred and thirty two dollars and ninety five cents. It's down six point. One four percent. There was a pullback into an all support level and it was a little bearish candle in that cradles on. Potentially that could have been a tribe. Did I take it did I say yes? Why Not Take it? Well a believe you find. It is rule number five in the cradle tried law coin sixty thousand forty nine cents is down a US three dollars and fifty nonsense. It's standpoint non. Barnes is in the grain. It's at one point three five Senate nineteen Dole's at a nonsense not looking at the moment for any longs on Bonnets. Although there is some support styling Resist inside and build also fuxing in the moment on trading with trends trading Focusing on tries in the direction of the daily trend that is my focus at the Mon- that's where my focus will stay because that is with a high probability opportunities live at the mum. I took it tried yesterday against bitcoin lower risk because my bitcoin trying to guidance bitcoin an Ulster Bitcoin. Looking a loss. It's been pretty crap for me this year. It's not it's not been a area of big profit it's actually being a losing area for me The perpetual contracts against doll. That's been very successful this year And that has always been a focus for the tribe simply because he got one stable which is the US. Do pitcher whether whether it's cooled but you've also got one very volatile whereas if you try against Bitcoin you got to be very volatile and this year. It's it's just you know the ones that have taken a little older. But I've had more stop outs profits having one of the one of the other prophets. I'd closed at because I was helping the old man get better than old man. Philo Look after elevate shaking soy just close the trade Before stopping it's been a bit topsy. Turvy FOR MATES. Bitcoin a much more preferring trading against the US perpetual with modum and that's why of reduce my risk Katana at four point eight cents would also point two percent. Therion classic is It is not the biggest movies. The downside anymore it was it is down six point. Six six percent who ominous at seven dollars? Ninety one cents Candle that it's just too big and Tron ran out. The top. Ten is at one point seven cents. He's up point six of either.
Dotson, Azubuike lift No. 3 Kansas over Tennessee 74-68
"With two front liners out because of multi game suspensions the third ranked Kansas Jayhawks held off Tennessee seventy four sixty eight the fall conscious you do okay as a bookie the Jayhawks only big man scored eighteen points and had eleven rebounds ago do but a better job of you know stand it within Fatah by judge got a like I can blow quite a shot I can pick it up in the fall moving for the kind this game kinda like hit me on a moving forward in this game most important as a bookie a forty percent free throw shooter this season made some key free throws down the stretch divine dots and led the Jayhawks in scoring with twenty two points Greg Echlin Lawrence Kansas
Gaza youth facing daily existence in a nightmarish scenario
"With unemployment in Gaza standing at fifty four percent. Young people are living a daily existence in a nightmarish scenario according to the UN humanitarian coordinator for the occupied Palestinian territory. Jamie McGoldrick said Palestinian youth gaze across the Mediterranean Iranian at the lives of their European counterparts. On wonder why they too cannot have a job or buy a car or afford to go on holiday. Mr McGoldrick was is in New York this week and spoke to my Kube About Challenges Facing on raw the UN agency that assists the Palestinian people which continues to face a staggering two hundred million dollars funding shortfall. He began by addressing recent developments at the agency. Whose chief resigned this month pending the outcome of an investigation Gatien into alleged misconduct? I haven't seen the letter. The resignations took place but I I would say is very important. The the mandate was renewed last week. Um I am for three years nothing. Vote the came by the embassies too. I should very strongly the foreign row. That said I think that what the challenge ahead of them. Were currently eight thousand. Nine million dollars a blank area and they've gone on one hundred and ten million pledged astounding collected two hundred million dollars which is essential services for Enron and there's no tentative and places like Gaza the only people who are providing that level of support to that number of people and if that was distort them what you've got schools you've got hospitals you've got basic support to population who are dependent on international assistance stock and we have to find ways of making sustainable under under right now the fragile funding streams that go to in a very uncertain and I think increases attention increases unhappiness down seventy. I think it could also lead to some other key problems in the future. You are coming from obt Howe's though when you left the house the situation in the aftermath of the latest you just attack well. I think there's really attack was As part of you know this back and forth escalate to police last week I think we saw a lobster was a raucous that flew into The nieghboring it is in Israel. That's unfortunate because this indiscriminate against them civilian populations but I think the fact that there was that four four people killed in Gaza self and of those eight children and twenty women I think is cleared as there's a major tragedy there and I think we have to. There was a the whole family One of the the attacks the bombings and I think there has to be investigations independent and then partial investigations into these events in order for going to build trust and support for and what we hope. Is that the the CAM that's taken place last Friday. The the actual marches on Friday was closed. It was stopped and I think these are good things and hopefully the CAM maintains because people are are the tie of them have been through this so many times and if you see the way people live in Gaza and you see the conditions have to endure. I mean it's the hopelessness and the disbanded. The other set is so palpable and frustration. There's an angle is a rage. There that's caused by the the suffocating blockade is there and I think that it's always GonNa be fragile unless we do something more sustainable and fundamental. You said there's there will be no marsh. Meaning the Great Marsh to overturn has stopped. So is it just a temporary very stop having a temporary. I don't know 'cause they talked to. They might assume I assumed the resume but this is just because connected to the deaths of last week okay Before the OBT. You're in Yemen if we were to compare the two contexts. Where do you find the most hardship challenges? I don't think he's I don't think it's necessarily good to compare tragedy. I'm going to think what were you are another thing is the league table tragedy. I mean if you're a passenger no more individual living in Gaza living in San living in other parts I mean you compare yourself to others you just compare yourself to what you've got what it was like before and I I think in the Gaza Texas what will you have ahead of you and I think that will people have ahead of them. Is is a very dark and nightmarish future and I think Insana it's probably less so because it's a fresh crisis and you see that political gains already been made by the special envoy there he seems to be able to do somewhat with the parties altis and I think things are moving in a better direction. The wear see two years ago in Gaza. I think the the the reconciliation issue between the two parts of the Fatah and Hamas go along we offer Lou elections have been suggested and the future I think until there's a unified Palestinian approach. You have an attempt to have a bear reconciliation with Israel and. I think that's important even before we'll do not so but I think the tragedy itself is very much the same as any crisis is always the poorest and the most vulnerable who suffer suffer and in the case of Palestine is the same as Yemen. It says the poorest people in the people who live in a fragile existence people have been abandoned or people who've been disenfranchised on Chai's of people who have had no government working for them for for years decades. Whatever the case may be and then what you see is an example of that Suffering is people's day to day life in both places but right now. Because I'm impala. It's hope it Palestinian people struggle daily basis because of for example in in Gaza fifty four percent of people employed and the seven tain under thirty years of old every seven. Every ten person doesn't have a job the people wake up in the morning and then they go on their mobile phones in the twenty five five year olds in the Sillier in London and they say themselves why can't have a job and a car and married and travel and freedom noble life and so for them. IT'S A. It's a deed daily existence and a nightmarish scenario because the as a despondent place to live because people look across the horizon the Z.. In the Mediterranean Sea in the north of the side. You know the people are having holidays and people having a life will they are the stock and I think that dimension please on you and that's why we've got some CD's psychological issues. Why the suicide rates are they? Are I think why people drug taking takes place. People are just trying to relieve and I think that's why you have the demonstrations. I think people an opportunity of let rip because they don't get that chance otherwise if we compare what you have this year to last year where are we. Well I I do think is better for example if you measure Things statistics tell the story. I think what tells US studio is is the the human dimension of things You know the and if you look at it from external point of view as the funding we have is less than it was last year You know we're currently a fifty seven percent funded of humanitarian response plummeted. A two hundred million dollars and without Quaid's to is the M forty percent of people we should be having because of identified them as needs and people who required what assistance we don't fund them we don't support them so how Mr them they just get more vulnerable than more impoverished next year and if the funding is going in the same direction I right now is diminishing. What chances do we have to address those needs as people's needs again also economic decline? You've got political paralysis and you'd be growing humanity needs a worse worse combination that you can have an. We don't see any way and more we're trying to do is to putes international community. Try and rescue. People become something which is really really biden difficult then beyond and it's not just doing robot Israel nervous over the UN agencies the NGOs national international who'd older in their services and we have to find a way of steaming taming this Diminishment of funding. That's going in Gaza. Palestine as is no longer. It's no longer over the top priorities for countries as for funding and we have to find ways of telling that story and I just don't think again the human story and health sectors as a perfect example of.
Rare protests in Egypt
"Cairo's Tahrir square is calm today following last night's protests the protests were small but viewed as significant because such demonstrations have become rare since president out of Fatah al CC took power security forces using tear gas to disperse the
Venezuela, Gabriela And Venezuelan Government discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"She works for food shown Maho Venezuela. It's an internationally funded think-tank -ffiliated with the Venezuelan opposition party Gabriella team. Look at all the data. They can get their hands on about the country and a lot of it comes from local, universities, nonprofits, and communists, all over the world because the government itself is not publishing rely. Liable data. We do a lot of research to understand what these structure of the state is in understanding what the structure of the state is is not easy. Gabriela says the government seems totally disorganized. It's taken over hundreds of businesses, and they all seem to be losing money. She says basic services are collapsing. And meanwhile, the bureaucracy grows and grows indicator number one nine hundred ninety six that's the number of companies by Gabriele count. That are now owned by the state this supermarket chains and hotel taints that internet providers in Venezuela. They belong to the government. They even own like bakery shops things like that. It's crazy, and it's not even profitable. I have seen the balance sheets of all of this institutions. That's what I do, you know and all of them gated transfers from the central government in order to operate all of them. So. Sustainable financially unsustainable. It's like why don't you just I dunno give it away to anyone? I mean, it's better to do that than to keep you know, at burden on your budget case in point the electric company in two thousand ten Chavis. The then president nationalized electrobi- in Venezuela to make it more for table for everybody. They government nationalized it and. Come a mess, a mess. The government's is outside. Attackers are infiltrating the power grid and shutting down that's why they say the country's been experiencing all of these rolling blackouts. But Gabriela says there are no attackers. It's just that the country cannot afford to keep the lights on anymore. The infrastructure is collapsing. The country has rolling blackouts all the time. Now Gabriel says that the once vibrant city of dacas is often pitch black for hours and hours. And she says the consequences of these power outages can be really extreme just in the blackout eighty newborns. Die just in one hospital. Yeah. It was horrified. Of course for all the businesses that the Venezuelan government is nationalized. There is one that traditionally has really driven. It's a Konami and that business is all traditionally about a quarter Venezuela's economy comes from oil production because the country has the biggest oil reserves in the world. What about the oil is is many coming in from the state oil company? Yes. Okay. So some somebody is still coming. But you know, we I remember when when this whole thing started when Chavez won the presidency. I remember that we were producing three million barrels a day. No. We are not even producing one million barrels a day. And you know, impresses are are lower than they used to be during the bonanza. So for them. I mean, they are running out of options running out of options in part because for so long for more than a decade, economists agree that the government has been mismanaging its production of oil. And now the Venezuelan government just needs money. Gabriela says it's getting money from any place, it can government and the military of taken over some gold mines in the southern part of the country, and there are many reported accounts of the military and the government being tied in with cocaine trafficking. I mean, this is serious. I mean, we have government officials involved in and drug trafficking. One of the big cartels in Venezuela. For example, is called cartel of the sons that is reportedly reference to the gold stars on epaulets of military generals. But any money the cartel or any other business does bring in isn't necessarily going to fix the country's infrastructure. Or even help fund the Venezuelan economy. A lot of it is being funneled to a tiny minority of people many of them tied to the government and the military and my notes still has the military support. Which is one of the reasons why he's been able to hold onto power this long. This very small group of new millionaires that belong to the elite of the government. And I mean, all of them have power plans and per day didn't suffer from the blackout own power plants. Yes. So we call them into follows and to the yes, translation, if that it's like when you log in something we call him like that because we say that they are plugged into the government's. So they received all these benefits, and they are like the new elite here, and you see them everywhere. How can you spot the into Fatah's? It's very easy. All of them drive. This black big trucks bullet through and they have security guys around in them. In motorcycles. Meanwhile, says ninety percent of end Waylon citizens live in poverty that is today's second planet money indicator. Ninety percent of NS Waylon are in poverty, and even a lot of Innes Wayland to had a fair amount of money before the crisis are now totally broke. Because of hyperinflation flation is estimated to be running at ten million percent. Ten million percent. The cash has become so worthless. People are actually making bags out of the cash or currency was completely destroyed. So that's one of the things I see like, you know, the function of money lost on our currency. And that means things like food keep getting more and more expensive, relative to what people are earning. So a lot of people cannot afford enough to eat. And there's not much food around even for those who can't afford it the collapsing infrastructure in the country means food is not getting produced by farmers and the food that is getting produced is not getting delivered to stores in twenty seventeen. The average Venezuelan adult lost nearly twenty five pounds. Gabriel says she sees evidence of this weight loss every single day your co two three people in Venezuela. You're very skinny. Yeah. It's very very shocking to see that guerrilla says things are so bad. Now that a lot of people have just left the country. In fact, an estimated three million people that is ten percent of the entire population has fled many people just walk across the border to countries like Colombia with nothing at all just trying to get outta Venezuela. And that is our third indicator. Ten percent of the Venezuelan population gone Gabrielle says she sees the effects of this in Caracas, the sidewalks are emptier many stores are shuttered many houses are just standing empty. Gabriel says that apartments that used to rent for more than a thousand dollars a month back when the economy was good. Are now asking for rents of less than two hundred dollars a month that is more than eighty percent drop because so many people have left Gabriela has thought about leaving to her father is American. She could go, but she says when she sees how bad the numbers are getting how bad things are getting. She thinks there has to be big change on the horizon survey by I'm still here, the refinish that I believe that it's possible. But I don't know how much longer they can resist Gus is not an easy place to live every day Gabriella different parts of the country. Collapsing. All around her tomorrow. We're gonna follow Gabriela through her day.
EU's Moscovici says trade differences persist after G20 talks
"The alpenhorn academy of Switzerland which. Offers courses Let's return to the shooting incident in the Canadian city of Toronto police say nine people have been wounded by a gunman Jody Steinhauer, witnessed what happened All of a sudden we heard what sounded like very very. Loud firecrackers Ten fifteen blocks. And someone just said run get to the back of the restaurant now and then it was silent about five. To ten went off and y'all clear to the back of the restaurant and then we started to. Hear people scream out front and a woman was pulled inside in shot and we were, told that four to six people on the Danforth was shot right here and we just tried to call nine one of, his right now and looking out the window or stuck in the. Restaurant and there's police and paramedics. Ambulance everywhere and just mayhem down here nobody really knows what's going on we'll bring you more on that story as we get it each year more than two hundred million cases of malaria are reported. Around, the world and nearly half a million people die from the disease now the authorities in the US have approved new. Drug being hailed as the most significant advance in malaria, treatment in decades Quin treats recurring form of the disease called vivax strain missed common. In south and southeast Asia and Latin America by killing Dumont malaria parasites that lie in, the liver professor Richard price is from Oxford University vivax is a ferry disease I've seen young children get infection after infection, until they become sicker and sicker and eventually succumb to the actual. Malaria or to other diseases that. Come along at the same time such as pneumonia diarrhea more from our global health correspondent Smith Erdman decide vacs malaria the most common form of the disease in Latin America and south and southeast Asia. Can, be a challenge to get rid of that's because the parasite can lie dormant in the liver and reawakened several times Existing drugs can kill the sleeping parasite but need to, be taken for fourteen days and some people stop as soon as they feel better this leaves them vulnerable to disease returning and. Leaves of reservoir of malaria in the community that can be spread by mosquitoes Now the food and. Drug administration says a single dose of, two Quinn can help flush the parasite out of the liver and stop it coming back regulators will. Need to consider it side effects and then decide whether to make it available in countries where vivax is a serious threat The growing threat of an all out global. Trade war has dominated the latest g. twenty meeting. Which brought together finance ministers and bankers from the world's largest economies and at, the talks in Argentina's Saana ficials expressed concern that the US's. Policy of imposing trade tariffs and some countries could hinder global growth are South America business correspondent Daniel Gallus reports. The g. twenty summit of finance ministers warned in a joint statement. That trade, tensions risk undermining the, global economy but there, was a lot of tension in the meeting itself Europeans complained, about US tariffs being imposed on aluminium and steel that you. Commissioner for economic and financial affairs, Pierre Moscovici warned that US action is inappropriate and that Europeans are allies not foes the French finance minister Bruno. Lemaire said the you should not negotiate trade with a gun to its head but US secretary of treasury Steve Mnuchin tried to adopt Opt a softer tone he said that in upcoming talks with. G seven nations there will be efforts to drop trade barriers altogether the g. seven does not include China so there is. A hint that the US is trying to isolate the world's second-biggest economy last week President Donald Trump suggested that the US could significantly ramp up its tariffs imposing duties. On five hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods which. Is fourteen times more than the current amount Daniel gala reporting now sue has, some other stories from our news desk you cranes security service. Has defended its decision to fake the killing of the Russian journalists are county bump Janko insisting it was. A. Success the service chief Vassil Fritz said the operation two months ago. Has saved, lives he said Russia, had been planning to, assassinate dissidents in Ukraine and alligators in Moscow denies the leader, Abdul Fatah SEC says that, rumors aimed at fuelling discontent Are among the.
Crews battle Northern California wildfire as heat wave threatens
"A phone number lords fatah's alex garcia in this is midday live kabc news live and local at one thirty i'm jeff whittle president trump tweeted today that he's accepted the resignation of embattled environmental protection agency administrator scott pruitt who's facing more than a dozen ethics scandals correspondent sara ganim reads the president's tweets have accepted the resignation of scott pruitt as the administrator of the environmental protection agency with the agency scott has done an outstanding job and i will always be thankful to him for this the senate confirmed deputy at epa andrew wheeler in a bit of good news a young boy who was found at union station yesterday all alone has been reunited with his family according to lapd captain mark raina a metrolink train struck and fatally injured a fifty three year old homeless woman at the market street railroad crossing a new hall just before seven this morning witnesses say the woman dropped some personal items while crossing the tracks and was hit by the train while she was bending over to pick them up no one on the train was injured the national weather service has issued a red flag warning for the san fernando valley and local mountains from three o'clock tomorrow morning through six o'clock saturday night due to the high fire danger posed by gusty winds extremely high temperatures and very low humidity levels that are expected for so cal over the next two days firefighters are battling blazes and eleven western states amid are sweltering heat wave heat records are expected to be broken as triple digit temperatures says oh linda southern california even coastal communities are expected to break records over the next few days firefighters battling several fires including the county fire now nearly ninety thousand acres struggle also with resources stretched very thin in colorado the worst right now for wildfires priority one for those resources as the largest fire the spring fire eats up.
"fatah" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"Obviously the us is complicit in that in allowing israel to do so i always important to me to emphasize is that like palestinian authority is also not its own thing it's a sub con it's like subcontractor for the israeli government and the whole like rivalry between fatah and hamas fatah has the party for the palestinian authority hamas is kind of like i guess the political party that's in and it's it's basically just even it's a lot of things it's weird because it's like when you talk about israel's relationship does that it's like okay why are they still there i think a big part of that is like ever since like that pull out if you will like now that aren't settlers but they'll still talk about the settlements that are close 'cause like these are civilians these are what we're afraid for but i think part of it is honestly like testing weapons it's very much part of that industry for them if you look at the kind of weapons that are used they they take these weapons and they start using it in population before it ends up being used elsewhere before ends up being kind of exported back to the us i think the recent scary things have been what they've been calling butterfly bullets these bullets that just like exploded upon impact and they've been leaving what like doctors are describing like fist sized holes upon exit and same with like these tear gas drones whatever the hell that green gaz was that they were unleashing on the population of the and i think part of it because i think you were also asking why they need that population to be subjugated that extent i do think a lot of it is i think it's psychological too to be really honest because it's like oh you have like you guys are still talking about this right of return like we're going to show you that this is what you're going to get instead of that and i think part of just humanizing palestinians as a whole like it because when people think i think in my conversations with people who don't know much about palestine i think they think about the i in some ways and i think too dumb it's always eats either like okay it's like.
"fatah" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I wanted to write to also provide some insight into stuff that was raised you know wednesdays no more kneeling episode is china has the one child policy until very recently had issues they can't discuss the prioritizing boys now suffering through a crisis of lacking brides right japan's going through a lot of weird shape because they're weirdly oppressive and a lot of ways while anything if why in the anime manga world in the real world some of the realities of non hetero normative things aren't okay additionally like many developed nations people aren't having enough babies or support the incredibly aging population in japan and with regards to trans rights when i'm seeing on the media is due to the national healthcare system there's a lot of red tape the transports have to jump through to be deemed appropriate or to receive quote unquote treatment japan being transplants fatah's an illness still as gender destroyer and while that gives some validity to being trans because is recognized valid condition is still stigmatized because quote across something is wrong with you if you are disease and to skip the red tape a lot of people who can afford it had traditionally gone abroad to place like thailand to get transitioned surgery quicker and cheaper also the segment against the race where asian do lieutenant sign the last name was a guy who was caught by the police sometimes with ten explains can be indicate indicate someone filipino because we'll the pinos are south east asian due to spanish colonization they asked inside the last names yet hey look that's what makes race oh fun that's what makes us so fun is that you start say shit you know your own stereotype bob just all his name was you know larry ways and they all wear oh that's and then blam asian is like oh you didn't see that no i didn't see that all all the stereotypes that we've been around and grown accustomed to and i live this is the best game in the world honestly guess the raises a great game because you either be racist or right.
"fatah" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"If the there was mike in this office during that interview who get into a lot of trouble but it'd be very fun content as actually usually case if you released the office conversations this show a monster it's not true it's very boring inconsequential nothing said here okay sure if there's ever accidentally like a high line the line i don't even talk when the show's not only talk well that's true no brennan goes brennan just like here are your chats sir no and if anything comes out as i always say i've been hacked it's voice reproduction voice reproduction technology at all times russia russia russia russia russia russia okay folks we're going to the fun half to come a member of the majority of poor today majority fem slash become a member that's how this show happens checkout the anti fatah when is one of the new show drop this week we usually release it on wednesdays tasha leonard yes okay and and there's and there's bonus content right yeah we've done one of bonus for patrons called real tankeea hours where we dig into the horrifying debts of the dumb dumb left internet and find out left him michael brooks love it that phrase is really had more lasting power episode was on maoist and sells right he's he's he's like a marxist in the future how now much leninism and elliot rodgers manifesto it's horrifying the truly horrifying i think actually in i don't know you guys know way more about stuff than i do but i believe that sean actually sent me this a couple of months ago and i actually got through about a third of it for i was like i don't want to see this i don't wanna know that this exists we got through the whole thing and i was very tired because it was like midnight at this point in time and we had just recorded another episode but we we were in it to win it we just respect and now i feel a whole new level of dread you're crushing bro.
"fatah" Discussed on Mike Drop
"You know when you when you look at the savagery that exists especially when it comes to you know to me that the the and whatever app that some weird shit but at least it's all adults you know the brown i have with that flags his is when you're talking about little kids may nine year old girls with you know forty year old man india in shit like that where you know to me consensual is consensual ten fucking grown men one a wanna an pile fatah let's that's your business men in whatever but but you know what the the problem that just don't you saran wrap let me so need about the photo air duct tape but the whether it's animals men of goats blue improv saying that they're not just like that shed isn't fucking normal and when you're talking about nonconsensual fucking children that's where you know by no of summer guys have gotten in the fucking troubled beaten guys holes roland smoke in you know right place right time going back to that we ran i think it was my second to plummet too yeah second diploma to iraq were in mozell going after this guy called the vampire to he was like drinking kids blood she you know cutting the mark is like slaughtering kid i was his thing of you know kids man golly he got he got his man he got his second nuts here i'm in the fact that that's what what are guys run into resistance unreal to me the the the irony of it is that you know to dealership like that and then come home and and here the semantics that the his place in our society of some of the shut the people argue about it to me and mindnumbing but yes it is moon but uh an those are some some tough decisions which uh you know what are you do in those in those scenarios are so society is different but here here's another kind of example in the next excerpt at that i find is something that again a lot of society struggles with knowing um but it's also it's one of those things were damned if you do damned if you don't but but it's a it's a tough decision that are guys are faced with over and over and over and and i hope that the the listener can can appreciate.
"fatah" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Two two pe two of them there was a lot of uh a ton of you'll wrong fatah this today that's more like little things like this one kebabs in and says this beings days gone are indeed called figures could i was like figures or tweaker is i don't know it's like on him asked of brought someone has written xylitol gary talking about there's a ton of what you guys now that happened i just got anxious he nor in the aggregate for acting thousand three medal of honor risingsun tackle the pacific theater in world war two than them a lot of people young you but last so as you gotta go play last about the what last of us i'd yes absolutely of quote my wife wants to play it to she goes in the mushroom people game lincoln we play the mushroom people game the capitals pick says repackaged queen hashtag the hashtag is not a hashtag it's a sharp think music oh okay them but i mean the ira's as as hip yang internet millennials the abut when i when i see ash the a number sign or uh pound sinek issued also coley iam i i think hashtag and then final one is not a you're wrong but see beretta says now really are you're wrong but potentially miss new story i gene is reporting that sony is restructuring to focus more on first party games i saw that and i was like oh and i read it and i put it in the robe report and i started i'm like what is this news even saying it's basically i reinforce to jim ryan over on that side like marketing ads sean laden's going to put a increase focus on worldwide studios about fears therefore was on first party as avenue these named for that i thought it was a little bs marketing story the put out a press release by but shuffling some people in the the oregon the business but advocate affects us too much until they actually like this is what lazy gentleman andrew renee is your host tomorrow this has been kind of funny games daily of course be part of the show kind of funny dot com slash k f g d questions comments concerns anything you wanna talk about for video games remember we do the show live on twitch totti's ash kinda funny.
"fatah" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"The fatah goes the factory was born on january seven 1943 her mother fujiko at her father sergei sagako owned a barber shop see also had an older brother named masahiro they lived in her roche ima in a threestory wooden mortar him one point six kilometers from the hypocenter of the atomic bomb blast sonacos father was drafted during the war and her mother kept the business going while he was away on the morning of august six 1945 sonacos two and her brother was four fujiko sasaki was at home with both of them along with one of their grandmothers when the atomic bomb exploded over hiroshima at about feet sixteen a m it blew the roof off the sasaki family home most of their neighbors were killed fujiko sasaki was not injured but masahiro had a head injury and the force of the blast had thrown sotico from where she was sitting in a box for a moment family thought that she had been lost her grandmother's arm was injured as well fujiko bandaged everyone up and as a fire spread throughout their neighborhood took all of them toward the nearby river they were rescued by a neighbor who loaded about ten people into his boat and took them to the middle of the river and they waited there until the flames subsided unaware that they were being exposed to massive amounts of radiation their weight with horrify this boat wasn't big enough to hold so many people and say where they were afraid that it would sink or capsize an oily black precipitation started to fall and this black rain with a mix of radioactive fallout particles and particles from smoke that was blanketing the remains of the burning city they could also hear people all along the banks of the river he were unable to escape the fire to either burned to death or drowned trying to get far enough into the water after the flame subsided and they were able to get back to shore what they found.
"fatah" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast
"Uh fat so we'll nutrients and how body absorbs them yeah and i think that's so encouraging because i remember when i first read um some of the research on it and especially about the arches even dr price at that point seem to think like you can improve your oral health you can remain realized teeth but you're arches kind of determine when you're in euro and kinda set in stone and i love that what you're saying in the dental diet which i highly highly recommend is that that's not actually the case and that there is a way now to sort of like epa genetically change your dental arch even after its developed or even when you're an adult so i love that you have found this research is i think it's really hopeful for a lot of people it's really it's beta very uh i've i've enjoyed the journey so much because actually this bill what a great dental professionals doing this work and there are there's a lot of help abdic a people's well so i get a lotta inquires from parents about you know where to find a dense the does the stuff there's a lot of different ways you can fund densest that a working these wave luke the the mouth and taken dental watch as a whole see some not just trying to fix taken crowns on them and put dental fillings and so areas that in your area be if you struggling to fatah professional loud recommend finding on for instance a dense that works in sleep well airways my functional therapy my facial or facial biology um occupancy they work with named tea with the sleep position all of these areas are coming together in a multidisciplinary way where we make sure that a child is developing and not simply fixing the crooked safe the end and underlying all is nutrition it and i really think that the most.
"fatah" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Yeah are you telling me stalled word light but like you've got the two pm it'd be i will be in a car i had to convince my sunday he was going to be all right i for eagle put some ice on it and be cool muslims like okay ice cream all right you fatah he was nice to hands its capacity did at the sage out as like a father's dream day built a bed dare guy appreciate obey take it easy our eight eight eight seven through tied 3s observers it that is a dela baldato have kids but that will be a deliver me what to do about so it comes out here wiz despite for real like overwhelmingly and had a reason for being in said fight that would i would fight it'd be a bit of a dulum all right a rife as it evolved on jaws is a louis charles asgard right up well monte liked showman listen to you every day thank you met those are good stories but doesn't beat this when i literally was out of party with some friends we are at a big ruckus driveway i turn the corner and up brother and sister are going at it like muhammad ali and frazier rely in but i mean haymakers are being here's the kicker g the bra the paraplegic he did a wheel yeah now there was a lot of alcohol involved with this party but i mean they're throwing hey make at each other brother and sister slight take off running their about fifteen yards from me i think okay i can get applied then she has pulled out of his cheer in on the ground in over the top looking so why her back in doing so i catch his liking end upside my head laxmi in the meantime she's coming back at him swings a kick catches me and breaks two of my ribs.
"fatah" Discussed on Circle Round
"You must go past the edge of tom and leave among men lush green today's of they fatah's we still call you when we need you to bring rain bots they fought us must be our new home sell thunder and lightning moved out to the forest they built a hut have branches and leaves and found that living in the whites was nice the error with fresh and the tall trees were wonderfully shady when the sun cruel hot plus thunder and lightning were close enough to the hills to scamper up and call for rain when the village needed it but after awhile lightening grew bored mother it's so dole out here among the trees are elected brits of back in the village that was switched to see switched to do this is all home now my child and we must make the most of it why not go exploring and make a new friend it good number of animals leave yet antelopes guerrilla yes even elephants spend the deemed the forest go out and play how fun so lightning went off into the woods and before long he met all the animals his mother told him about he raced with the antelope his sprinted below the guerrillas swinging from tree to tree and he ran circles around the elephants as they waved to their trunks that remember lightning was growing faster and stronger by the minute so as the young ram raced sprinted and ran he started colliding with trees knocking them clear down it was just like in the village only instead of a door or window wall dozens of big strong trees ended up flat on the ground.
"fatah" Discussed on Christpoint Church
"Scripts merrier i did you see i think samaria represent all of those lost and for not and a wanted people in the world saberi was not bury fatah well thought up in the day price they were not considered to be full participants if you will into society of the day and sometimes today we we maybe we think that samaria is a location however i think that there are samaritans everywhere that we go there are individuals that are lost marginalize forgot who pushed aside nobody wants to anything to do with them there everywhere where they're in go meet up there in joplin they're in saying they're in new york city there in nairobi kenya they are literally everywhere around the world so we got to reach jerusalem jerusalem so i say galina so he's a job loan somebody say wherever you live amid said and then jude somebody say jew day the bodies say samaria somebody say to the ends of the year now i am not here this morning saying to you that if you don't go to the ends of the earth that you're not saved it out a christian you're not you're not involved in witnessed seen or you're hot you don't have a missionary spirit not here to tell you that i'm here to tell you that it is the task of the church of jesus christ church fixate ri shorts big seat it's the task of the church everywhere just see that all of the people of this planet our reached with the message over gospel somebody say a man.
"fatah" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow
"Tin rent one kevin how how those those girls came to see me years ago how has all of this gene yes it changes everything echanges everything and so that's why it's ride now is the moment to just say okay so you know this is what we are who is the vf we have this iconic fatah with this with that with a new grade wonderful designer where are we going how do we co speak directly to the consumer and that's what we are going through rain you've said data's the new currency data is the i mean listen if somebody who is dead ten years ago came back they wouldn't understand anything what's a web with data wits you know online i mean all of that is completely foreign you know language everybody talks about that data is really knowledge right the instagram economy has changed things right because you know that he people don't want to be photographed in the same in the same dressing muted it has changed everything for the fashion world is in an opportunity average salary everything is it is both an opportunity and the challenge and and you just have to ride the wave and and if you are relevant i mean you on relevant if you speak to your consumer of the day is that why you spend time walking around the floor of your stores is that as hell why are there when i walked in the door yesterday i mean really diane that doesn't happen well that doesn't have you know one of the i love i.
"fatah" Discussed on 1A
"Along with one hundred fifty thousand people that he's either arrested or fired from their jobs as a result of the military coup which he's using as an excuse to clean house against any opposition is starting to arrest people who work for the american consulate and our consulate basically relies on these people and they feel that they are being targeted specifically because they're working for the american so there is no you're not talking about american citizens retirement like fixers who were locals turkish sit in a most of our most of our embassy staffer turkish turkish citizens who work for our consulates and he started arrest them charge them with treason accelere and we've had had finally enough and said okay we're going to limit our visa services and turkey responded in kind but this is just the latest move in a long downward spiral between our relationship is it's very hard to see how it comes back let's talk now about two rival palestinian groups hamas and fatah they signed a reconciliation deal yesterday in cairo ending a 10year split now since two thousand seven palestinians in gaza and the west bank have been ruled separately which has caused conflict and violence jennifer williams what is this reconciliation deal involve so yeah so basically m d that the authority that's been in charge of gotha is hamas there add a terrorist group they are also considered to be the legitimate rulers in control of gaza and and the palestinian authority and fatah have agreed to let the palestinian authority which is in charge of the west bank take back over control of gaza so since hamas has been ruling over gaza that life in gaza has just plummeted in terms of at yup quality of life from everything from you know access to food medication everything like that and electricity in particular.
"fatah" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review
"They have nothing else to hold onto in terms of existence and as a physical base especially now if they will be pushed out of cut that and we'll see where they go after that may be to anchor i ain't kentucky right just a focus a little bit on the very current situation you know the electricity crisis is some sort of pressure by fateh trying to use israel to pressure from us what is the possibility you say they might be pushed out how can that scenario happened if you were a fatah leader what would you be imagining might happen as a result of this kind of pressure and weakening that you're talking about if i was a fatah leader i would perhaps believe that hamas would cave in to pressure and that hamas would agree to some kind of powersharing agreement this has been tried several times and fight oliver worked it's never worked and fought underestimates the belief within hamas and the details of the this steadfastness but also the paranoia or the fear of losing control of not being able to defend themselves and to keep their retain their arms and so on well let us to wrap up question do you think that hamas really has what we consider the basic definition of statehood monopoly on the legitimate use of force in gaza that's what i wanna know that's a one hundred percent hurt yes on to legitimate including legitimate part but what do you mean we've legitimate you mean that they have the respect of their from within the elderly exceptional the pool have any respect doesn't it will just be surveys it means people a not actively trying to overthrow them it also means people believing in the hamas institutions and.
"fatah" Discussed on Game Scoop!
"Been but there are six mega men released on just the and yes so i don't think the sequel i don't think succeed gladys as his new for the against are any of this falls big games nazi mm eversholt i mean we always said super risky to release a new ip in the fatah coma the critical early august chat ashes account that i everything i notice saturday three like everything like farcry four five five new ones five farc i five looks great but admits five for gets every outing is like been around for real that's why maybe is that why like horizon is like i i i could say maybe that's why horizon special although horizons gameplay isn't really doing ought new put that it is a new property new ip is the booth rickel yeah i think we tend to get excited about things that are new like i think that's why a lot of us gravitated to something xia thieves or spiderman regrets veterans anew but this is a new game series i think it's part of what's missing from this generation has lashed of a supranational asia couple of you know generation defining games against started with a perfect zero in some weird stuff and then they found their footing anc years of war came out and assassins creek came out in uncharted in a charter in an ac one wasn't a great game but it definitely set the tone for like a third person action combat exploration and then by the end of the generation every game kinda look later and we're missing i dunno the we've got nami maybe just took a long time in her eyes and kind of fire 100 percent right though this generation dozen have nearly the amount west john had from you know the the arqam games to infamous to.
"fatah" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"And then keeping inzaghi in the west and you are staying with arizona that correct so you're going are your golden zakho to make fatah for i am bold move balls is very bold move and when we come back here on court seidel earlier a chance to catch up with the zebra head coach chris mac their tears press spy shown us side he's gonna make court so seconds second analysts say here's there's got a sex with a six six two thousand eight and that call is courtesy of westwood one the incidentally radio network and now joining us here on the show pennzoil performance line xavier head coach chris mac chris i love the fact that uh we were talking about savior for weeks as you know team on the bubble in you know we're all during a little challenging from outside xavier and what did you guys do you shut us all up you beat butler jordanian soil the tournament in knock off marilyn you knock off florida state you're in the sweet sixteen it's a great story and it just shows how much you guys have persevered so the question is how do you do it well i just uh i think are key our team and he never really scott believing and you know through that sixgame losing three streak which was tough um you know there are a couple of things that we were dealing with internal a you know you had trayvon blewett a missing three of those games you know we at the same time what we're trying to tudor.
"fatah" Discussed on Amplified
"This is able fatah talk show about apple mack ipad iphone iowa's guitars mca music and recording get ready to rock because your friend and mine jim del ramble is here i am dan benjamin joining us live in the studio this time is headache okay had a high seveso number one hundred and fifty six it's thursday june 9th two thousand sixteen and among other things we'll be talking about wwe c 2016 and a whole bunch of other things so let's jump right in pay jim how're you doing undo wonders great however you pretty good say hi to howdy she bet she begged to be on the show liberal subject to be on the high hottie houria good how are you she she super excited jim about all the wwl c stuffed it's coming up and and because this year we're not doing like a dedicated fiber five special for it i thought you know what uh maybe we could just make this the special we could make this even more special than usual there you go so you gotta call a midnight call from phil schiller your lane in bed you know you've got uh you're doing the thing that you do every night before you fall asleep or you see how many quarters you can balance and you're far had before you know before they fall and the phone rings all the quarter's fall off your head at one time they were and you pick up the phone hello and in felonies i do let's talk we get some stuff so what what is summit later give me the low down.