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"fatiha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:37 min | Last month

"fatiha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Two as Christian Ronaldo scores a winner in the 81st minute Meanwhile baron Munich dominates Benfica for nil Chelsea defeats malmo also for nil by eventus gets past the neat St. Petersburg one nil Young Barcelona star unsupervised in the Catalan capital for a long time as the 18 year old insta new contract until 2027 that includes a €1 billion release clause The Spain international's current contract is set to expire at the end of the season a fatiha told barsy is not looking to leave the club The Cleveland Browns announced that quarterback Baker Mayfield will miss his first start since week three of 2018 as the 26 year old will not play Thursday against the Denver Broncos due to a shoulder injury Case Keenum will get the start as may feel trick of 51 consecutive starts which was the fourth longest active streak amongst quarterbacks will end Boston Red Sox and the Houston Astros battling and game 5 of the LCS for the series side at two games a piece Framer Valdez with the start for Houston while Boston countered with Chris sale Name the national league the Los Angeles Dodgers hosting the Atlanta Braves in game four with the braves holding a two games to one lead The Dodgers sending Julio urias to the mound that Atlanta starting was already Noah I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports hot day Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day At Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business at and at Bloomberg quicktake He's a Bloomberg business lash Looking at market participants they're really trying to balance three main things which are going on at the moment It's chiefly what corporate earnings are telling us then they're looking at the risks of prolonged and perhaps higher inflation and then also looking at what the risks are from China's wobbly property market And indeed I'm not no traders will be looking at the contract developer China evergreen again that offered any talks to sell its property management almond ostrich their shares to actually resume trading Well looking at futures little change in Japan and Hong Kong As you're edging slightly higher in Australia which starts off in session in a little under 13 minutes from now We're looking at what the a steady start basically for Asian equities Wall Street did enjoy a mixed session in fact the S&P 500 rising For the 6th day and it is at the edge of a record but we saw the NASDAQ just edging marginally lower here as well And one of the key components of course for these indices is Tesla its revenues did fall shy of estimates The good news there is that third quarter actually got a profit Beat those projections and did come against his backdrop of a semiconductor and supply chain challenges Let's have a quick look at what's happening with the treasury market in essence what we have is a yield curve which is steepening long end yields climbing in part on a week demand for 20 year bond auction while we sought two year yields I used to get in the other direction as a traders did reassess the prospects for an interest rate hike Looking elsewhere a dollar of course is at the moment just a little bit weaker We got crude oil pushing up currently WTI on 83 bucks 68 cents a barrel and just mentioned Bitcoin a short while ago topping 66,000 and indeed setting an all time high So that's a look at markets Let's find out what's going on in the global news Here is Ed Baxter All right thank you rich Singapore will keep tight virus restrictions on for about another month UK will not be bringing back restrictions to help curb the growing number of COVID cases Moderna and J&J vaccines get a booster clearance from the FDA CDC protocols.

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"fatiha" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

08:02 min | 3 months ago

"fatiha" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"Okay. It is time for our final fact of the show and that is my fact. My fact this week is that horror movies often have two soundtracks one. You can hear and one you can't keep it is. It is literally spooky reason. So this is the idea of infra sound An infra sound is any frequency that is sort of nineteen hurts below so humans can hear twenty hertz and above as soon as you get lower it becomes out of earshot but your body can sort of feel the sensation of the sound. If there's a big sound system in the room you can give you a sense of sort of ood. What's going on here. You know it it can give you the shivers st know any examples of movies. I've done this like sound of music Not but well. It's mainly the examples that they give are for thriller slash horror movies so irreversible was said to of used. It and paranormal activity is rumored to have used it as well. They sometimes are. Sounds that are like i don't know a fan going or an air conditioner. But they play with the basis such that. It creates an eerie noise. I did read. The air conditioning can achieve this effects. Which maybe explains why being in the office. Such a scary experience. Peacocks can do it. If a peacock kind of wiggles its tail it makes us really really deep sound. Humans cart here But if you were able to hear every about as loud as a car driving past you and they do it to kind of signal to each other but yeah i guess if you're pastor peacock you might feel a bit on easy happen. Can you feel like a lot of is watching you. The famous darwin line the site of the feathers and pico tail. Make me sick really fatiha. He felt relieved. That that expenditure felt like such a waste for the nitro survive expenditure and and it's such a lovely line because it feels like a very modern line. You don't expect to suddenly find that in in delaware as a horror movie fan. I'm not keen on this idea. Because i'm a big fan of atmospheric horror films. It's really get under your skin. If fact brilliantly you mentioned sound amisi. Isn't it amazing. How quickly can create some kind of sense of synchronised in any of these programs. I think it was it was it was robert wise. I think he directed sound a music and he also directed the haunting. And that is one of those films where so much of the unsettling nature of it is. Not the you ever see a ghost. But you hear noises. There's a sense that there's something wrong with the house. Yeah well. It's whenever i watch her films. I was watching on my own recent nationally and the wasif on not scary is absolutely not close. Your eyes as to just cover up your is and immediately a reform will become completely innocuous. It's i think it's more about the sound. Hitchcock said the thirty. Three percent of the effect of psycho was entirely due to the music. You have to test audiences with the movie where in the shower scene there was no music originally and it just didn't have the impact and then they put the music on and suddenly the scariest scene in cinema to that point. Yeah that's really interesting film. You will what she by the way. it was cooled his house my house her house fantastic. It's really yes house. If if you've not seen. I think it was nominated for bafta very deserved. I've just watching it at home. And i hope it stops being scary because i want to go to the loo. I'm not sure. I can risk going down these days exchanging understanding of the narrative. And that's why. I find that kind of use of infra sense to me that physical very hollywood thing. We can do this thing instead. No do you know what film something brilliantly do. You wanna get rid of soundtracks altogether then for that reason as well. I know i love. I love soundtracks. Because i think when there were used when you get a reward dawn of the dead which has a really upbeat about bank of america this is forty upbeat for the number of guts that are being eaten but it works by being this meeting. Two very different worlds Not marriage reminds me of tubular. Bells to me is terrifying. And that's a frightening tune that's just because it was in the exorcist. And that's actually quite a blinky clunky. The terrifying the nexus like to is quiet too but marrying that slightly with terrifying. Do you think you think michael fields going to come coming for ya after. Thank god is used to work q. Is she's been on fish. Charter molly in the day. I love that way. How can we get away with a playing choon not having to pay copyright by not really remembering very well. Let's play kofu bird to just on horror films their soundtracks i didn't know that instruments specifically been built for horror movies so in harmonic instruments basically instruments do the opposite of what good instruments do and they create notes. That don't go together very naturally when all my instruments do yeah no. There are many reasons why he might make on excels but the most famous in harmonic instrument is probably the water phone. And so it's like a bowl and it's called late bronze roads stick up out the edges of the bowl and all different lengths and diameters and stuff and you get a violin. Bow all something. Maybe to tap it and you bow the roads. And they just make a very non harmonic sound and it's using lots of films. That seized impulsive poltergeist. Let the right one in aliens. But why like fouts it as well is that the water phone involves a little water in the poll. Which is why. It's called that it was invented by richard waters and and the horror film. Dark water oh. Wow free totally unrelated voices in one facts so cool the other things the tri tone kind of two notes. That one comes after the other and it kind of makes you feel uneasy because you think that should be something next. It's in the theme to the simpson. So you know when it goes the same sons is kind of you. Think will where you go in after that it's weird. It's just kind of a weird coming after each other belong churches. James is that dal. That's the one that the internet says was abandoned churches for sure whether it was actually banned. I personally don't think so but definitely western musicians really shied away from it for hundreds and hundreds of years because they thought it was slightly demonic objectively spooky because i've never thought about before but the themes into the simpsons which is not a spooky show except for the halloween specials is kind of scary regardless of content. Dunno why they did that with danielle. C'mon of orengo boyne go which is still one of the great names for band really. Yes how funny doesn't he sing. He sings bit of the simpsons doesn't he and as a result the royalties he's received since was far greater than any other work that he's glad. Did i sing it close enough to the actual going to send him a tanner in the post. A yeah i remember doing with african and then who's who's the voice of bart cartwright's yeah. I remember doing a radio show. We heard someone in the audience who had a birthday little charlton and they said. Can you say happy birthday as scituate. No account for copyright reasons. Wow really weird thing now. Thought would tell you guys about the most recent Horror movie. I watched please. It was called slacks of you heard of this s. l. a. x. x. Can you guess what the murderer is. In this case. I'll give you a clue. It said don human. Is there a purchase. it's not it's not paris lacks it's a pair of slacks but that's not what's laxer for. God that's charles is. It's about a killer pair of jeans. And i was just googling about it..

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"fatiha" Discussed on Queer as Fact

Queer as Fact

07:34 min | 4 months ago

"fatiha" Discussed on Queer as Fact

"An american gods. Descend american goes. That's true ends the same saga wayne all given as it would be known in. His name sounds so australia. And even though it's not at all no all australian modern name because it's how gavin and one which is kind of the ultimate trillion meant man's name so gavin who is authors nephew and the youngest of his nights. Also the owner of accepting the challenge with some self-deprecation about how his death would be great. Hans court sorry. But can i ask how like monetize of old names. Because i love this. No i'm calling for the roster. That one instance. I'm calling evan. Goin- insteps often beheads the knight who promptly picks up his seven head bids adieu and deposits. His bleeding head reminding the court and in particular queen of the should meet him at the green chapel a year and a day hence the passing of the seasons follows in a passage that is written about growing by many skulls of the text as the date approaches Must leave the cool to go in his quest. Many adventures in battles are looted but not described so anything that happens here in. The film is not found in the original textile. I would wager. They drew from other guy. Wayne missile exists. Maybe have great if we could have had up chain to find out before according thanks coach eventually as the terrain and weather alike grim and cold grain stumbles across a splendid causal analysis in the frosty north. Where he needs the handsome load beautiful lady as the castle who are pleased to have such a renowned guest. There's also an old and ugly lady who treated with all know by all this is spoilers. Morgan will fe renounce all sorts of author ian legend and she who was in some versions offerings including very likely the one in which the story takes place exiled from the court after revealing of adultery with lancelot to king. Autho i see now. We don't have time right but we will get to. Light is just like this old lady. But she's moving. The favorite is really get. Why go wayne is dovish to stay too long. The costal his deadline to find the green chapel just a few days away but the loss when grain informs him of his quest as the green chapel is location known to him. Just a few miles from the console proposes unrest until he is required. There wayne agrees. And the la- proposes a bargain at second game. He will hunting each day and will stay in the castle. Anything which the lord catches he will give to away on the condition that grain. Give him anything he obtains throughout the day gone accepts. Because obviously this is a great deal. You're going to have to say. Herman do nothing. That's very good descriptions of him just being crazy in bed yet specifically like you to sleep in he is. We'll talk about that late. August precedes a series of three hunts interspersed and juxtaposed with scenes of wayne at the castle where he is very restful except the moments where the lady attempts to seduce him on the first attempt during hunt fatiha gohain eventually agrees to accept a single case from the lady which he gives to the lord upon his return without explanation of its origins on the second day the load handsome boy in going provides to kisses which she reluctantly accepts from the lady finally on the third day the lord hunts a wily fox and accepts only three kisses but also a godal of green and gold silk from a lady which she promises will protect the wearer from home. He gives the law of the kisses but not the goal hoping that will protect him from his impending face at the hands of green night departing. The causal grain seeks the green chapel earth amount of eerie atmosphere. Kevin's strange sounds. He finds the green nine shopping and acts and office. His neck at the swing. Go wayne flinches drawing derision from the night at the second. Goin- does not flinch. The night withholds holds from explaining the he was testing goings. Nerve finally on the sud swing the deals. A slight nick goings neck. The game is over and go wayne himself ready for dual the green knight however just lost on reveals himself as lord brutal act to help us of the mary castle Wayne had stayed up cabinet. Bet i knew. He was transformed into the green. Not by the magic of morgan la. Fay who did so in order to test the mettle off nights and potentially frightened queen gwen to death. The nick is explained. As a result of his mild cheating game exchange vis-a-vis. The go going is ashamed of his deceit but the green knight loss declaring noble the two part on good terms and going returns to camelot wearing the godal as a token of his failure to keep to the terms of the game. The knights of office called absolve him and decide that henceforth each will wear a green godal in recognition of gains adventure as a reminder to be always truthful so that's the end of the story and now we get into the analysis. Part subset of which my first question is so is it gay. True men kiss repeatedly so yes. Thank you can go now. That's the most sincerely queer interpretations of the texts. Aw as you might expect pretty numerous We're gonna stop by talking about the green himself. Expand outwards to the dual scenes of hunting introduction and finally talk a little bit about mobile fe and queen gwen via and their presence in the story sewer the grain night and the question. We've all been waiting. Why is he green. Plays out and why is he in his translation. Bryanston speaks of the greenness as evidence of several things the wild and the natural which is an obvious association with figures like raisman death magic tricks which have long been associated with the color green. You're for most people. I feel in modern audiences. Lucky is really obvious. Example of like how which is a grain. I guess that as well and perhaps most interestingly truth as he points to the castle of perseverance morality play from the end of the fourteenth century. In which truth. One of the four daughters of god is klein sad green whilst that probably not really a modern association made the time the green knight has been interpreted as symbolizing a god of spring herald in the end of winter Sola gold with his hans representing the travels of the sun each day on death itself the executioner of mankind. There's also like christianity focused references to him especially given the Very heavily religious because of the homes in the manuscript yum which there have been references to him his both the devil and jesus. So which isn't you know. There's a lot going on here okay. Gail ashton her piece. The perverse dynamics of soga wayne imigran nine focuses on the duality of his title. He's green on. That makes him the outside amongst a threat to their social but he's also night inside politics very social. This makes his presence of version of the norm rather than simple threat to be vanquished renzo whilst monstrous. He's not aimal is basically what she's saying. Lacking gay is not Exactly as you've encountered this argument before. I just same. Duality is in my humble opinion. 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"fatiha" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

04:38 min | 5 months ago

"fatiha" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

"That is getting done in direction with your organization's goals Have a choice not enough to be involved in all of it so you go to pick good able and then back in. And that's like the importance of not being out amara manning's paypal. Yeah and i think sometimes people need a bit more guidance in early stages of role or in a particular our particular area. Rallo whatever bit. Ns think it's about setting up wise full you'd feel comfortable that in the right decisions Out of it sometimes might. What's the hottest thing about being. Ceo of a mental health nonprofit. I mean like the thing that comes to mind is balancing at all like making sure. You're spending time on the relaxed things and i think that's pulling ahead at a laptop santa light that's gonna end pretty much side laptop talked to paypal. What outweigh your strength. Saw that the biggest challenge is doing that really as you get caught up in certain things and then realizing that Spent thomas probably didn't need to trusting people prioritizing All that stuff is actually really todd. It's hard skill to learn and hob thing to kind of just yourself to do as well. It sounds like you got your hands full. Obviously there's a bit of direction and strategy obviously for the future outweighed you say where do you hope and this might be a very good question. Might but i think it's important ask. Where do you hope to say tear or your organization and the next year zero couple of years up. What are some big things that goes to work on. Yeah thanks christian until you point about lots on. I think that the other thing is leaning on people that so i just sell to help guide Inexperienced sayigh and often have all the answers want into All but people have been through. Challenges crosses business upheavals like nc. Have to lane on those people in chat is people in here about how they navigated by sings in the board one one group. That really helped me. Kind of navigate that stuff think about the things i made it to but i've got a number of mentors you in may in a bunch of other people catch not once a month. It will in similar kind of organizations enrolls just chat lane on people that saw network or emu network to help draw bit tens of fatiha in the next little while wave spent a lot of time listening to young people within loves on..

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"fatiha" Discussed on Think: Digital Futures

Think: Digital Futures

02:18 min | 6 months ago

"fatiha" Discussed on Think: Digital Futures

"Since struggling with his own mental health. Richard now works for youth mental health day. Shen fatiha as a lived experience speaking. He speaks at high schools and universities to talk about what mental health is and what mental health challenges look like coming out of this. It's one thing recommend anyone is even. If you're feeling pretty well sorta destroy lineup Social in professional support networks so social supports is your friends and family. They're not cleaning kubat. They just stay to help chiyawa pool if you need them to having your often but allies had professional support ongoing which is counselors and psychologists and off had days even went on in periods of mental health. Because i think is very important. You maintain mental health. Richard says he's feeling optimistic about the I am recovering Syndey but.

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"fatiha" Discussed on She Wins Podcast

She Wins Podcast

05:27 min | 8 months ago

"fatiha" Discussed on She Wins Podcast

"To abbas out there. And you you stick that because executing on those things are aligned with your values and who are gifted is the key to doing things without efforts. Because you're doing something you meant to be doing. And i think our events are about saying come discover because it could be a part of you the you haven't even reflected upon yet and so you just listen to maybe an entrepreneur who sold. I dunno some companies. Go in his. They're very unassuming sharing a story. You can think as a hey. Do i want that really. How really wanna laugh. Maybe not maybe. I wanna be gray as fatiha as you are shaping things the way they using the to be shaped. I was saying that too. I do too much and apologies at all the team the other day they were saying that we're talking about being part of this event and i said you know what every time a fatiha getting you get in touch with me on social media on this. There's always something that you sharing with me. There is valuable and i so appreciate. This is incredible. Not everyone does it and you go such big heart. You do entrepreneurship with purpose. And with a big heart. So i really really thank you because you are in ways sharing value you always adding value my ball you after the same. You and i love the fact that you're always looking to connect people last time. The window room about the light bulb moments and i felt like is such a great topic. And if you're listening you can think about right now. Like what was your light bulb moments and have in the conversation on club house. You know we we obsessed with clubhouse so you should definitely join us on clubhouse heave. we're big fans. Or yes. Because i think know because we value connections i think you know craziness space where we can really connect genuinely is actually the the purpose for us as well. So we're having this conversation and you're so good at actually encouraging people to go in support someone else as well and i love that. I really loved. Because i think if we don't support each other. Nobody's going to do it so it's like you know having people like you in the world are just like eth- even if maybe you plan to do someone or something else like after this call after this conversation you want to come and support a human being and another person who who's trying to do something good. It's also because i think this is. This is the key i think not. I think people have forgotten that we are all. Human beings are all natural connectors at some point. And i do believe that there was maybe don't talk about sort of the male toxic male influence in the language of business but there is something that in the traditional term of sort of you know male and female traditionally is in. I think there's something around the sting of egos of power of projection. And i think we men generally again traditionally understand also individuals that buy into this whole feminine energy. Really want to do things differently. It's about being together lifting others nonessential inside project. That ego is losing. In fact quite the opposite and i think that the business world and business language has been for a very long time celebrated promoted like that. And i think this. Is you know doing good for others. Generosity most empowering feeling. I will say this makes you feel a million dollars when something has happened. It'd be of connection out because of you. Yeah it's fast magic..

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"fatiha" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

TT Filmpodcast

01:40 min | 9 months ago

"fatiha" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

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"fatiha" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

TT Filmpodcast

02:48 min | 10 months ago

"fatiha" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

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"fatiha" Discussed on She Wins Podcast

She Wins Podcast

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"fatiha" Discussed on She Wins Podcast

"What the booth net entrepreneurship and nafta path to start and grow profitable. every week. We walk in amazing women from all over the world and the shell you story and yet ozone amazing bowl you. My name is in arm. Your left game today to wonderful people. Hope you're doing great. Who doing amazing. Some of you. Message me on instagram. Asking me like what happened. Fatiha like no episodes these days and i was like clubhouse happened like oh my god such an addictive app. I don't know if you guys are on crab house. But i believe you share my say filling right now. It's literally sake my time. I'm really enjoying it. And i think like we can talk about clubhouse another day but hope you all being fine. I hope you all started the amazingly like happy new year to everyone. I don't think said this yet on the podcast happen year to everyone. I wish you an amazing year and hope you achieve or the goes they set up for yourself with. I'm excited for you. I'm afraid of myself. And i can't wait to dive into today's episode. Let's conclude.

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"fatiha" Discussed on EGO NetCast

EGO NetCast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"fatiha" Discussed on EGO NetCast

"Important date in. Novel. In a book. One of my favorite books by Miss Rand of its. Atlas shrugged. And said that she started. Working on his. Book on September second and you have an several references to the state in the book also. So we are planning to. Launch around. September second. And talk about. bespoke. And audiobooks at the changed history and. Our. Intellectual fuel for so. And I will include here link to enterpreneur on fire your who on fire this now be by. Lee Toomas. And it's ten business books for entrepreneurs. And Kate Eric's on have gone through. The interviews Fatiha and then it's over twelve hundred at that point that we did couple of years ago. Deed Top, Ten List Business Books Entrepreneur and. Atlas shrugged is. Included in this list list and I saw in this post, but Kate Ericson hasn't read it yet will tweet her see she had. Ready, those start reading it now. So again. Rand Miss Ryan started to write a book and it was first. Cold. Like working title of the strike. September second. But be good. START THEIR OFT summer to start again. The other date is February second. That's is France Birthday. Nineteen O Five So February sickened. September second. So often Christmas break. Yuletide and. The holidays fair. Generally, I will plan for the New Year and then start we commemoration of Miss France Birthday. February second. So. And I listened here to. An episode of she put costs and there it wasn't. They had sponsor called swelled dot life or swell cost. You could communicate with your listeners and you could do different Fred's. And so some. So maybe sus sort of speak pipe feature to fell tests out and I've created an accounting include at show notes. So I used the handle that lyceum. To could check it out and it would seem that episode they talked about patron and some so-called commission. Conservative one I think I don't know if it's funny or not but he has been kicked out of several platforms. And varied discussion very now been sued patron ib sued by. Listeners but want own and Houston supporters of comedian too. But. I'm not able to give him. The nation's some kind legal. Problem would vet say. So it's all about these D platforming and terms of service and I will come back on sold so. My shorter thing is if you don't like the Service Fund, you could use some something else of course if. Platform is breaking an agreement or. Do something with vs monitoring of it could be another thing but. We'll talk more about that freedom of speech and freedom of expression and the marketplace. And Vet. I say cheerio trimmed to too soon again..

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"fatiha" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

10:01 min | 2 years ago

"fatiha" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

"Mechanism. Do Take Audio No. I tried to work with any way that works so when I was studying. I'm still studying Seinfeld and stuff but I I. I've looked into their approaches. And then I would try their their ways like like like I think Seinfeld is always the legal pad and and writing it out and I've gone to the computer way to try and type real slow whereas they used as the just write it out and then I come to find it. There's real there's a different type of magic in that that I find that when you write things out for me how it gets more your creative creativity gets more in line and opens up. I I can't really be at a computer. Hey Ashrat I'm more thinking of where that s letter is a or or capitalize that or you know. I could see how that would be. I've always been interested in your artistic artistic talent to the unknown. People know that much about your sketch work your caricature work and that must be that must fall in line with your creative Capacity also right do you. I think your impression gift and writing gifter related. I think that's kind of how it unfolded but in in reverse so I was drying. I've always Sean and even at school I would draw the teacher and stuff then somebody I was working in maintenance and somebody said All right I started drawing the people around me because there was a lot of time. You know time in that in that job that had so I dropped the people. Then that would get photocopying passed around now by me. They would pass that fits around at the boss or whatever so that Somebody said to me you should be a political cartoonist. So I had to go look up the word I know idea what that that was clinical Yup and cartoonist. And what is that and then and then I saw this cartoonist named as land and he became a mentor and I met him and then I became a cartoonist within two years of the Sunday Herald in Ottawa. Working to newspapers newspaper. Yeah that's five years there and while I was drawing Reagan his voice started to come out. I don't have a Tilak that I ant serves a tie in that way and and I think that unfolded Got Trained you're done Reagan onstage lately. Not Hardly heard that in a while. Yeah that's really effort those remember Garrigue Leno or Leno's head going welcome back guys. Welcome back to the show gets show for you got a great show. The Reagans at home going is this son of OB. Make in front of me. And I don't do that. You don't do a lot of You don't have a lot of work makeup or anything like that on stage. No I think that might be. The Evan are yeah. You have sunglasses for nickel Nicholson and yes so sunglasses as you're pretty much just you. Yeah yeah the facial qualities that's pretty. There's a way to write the show that that would work. I can didn't totally change the show and make it Different style with the proper. Because it's totally di- it's a it's a style for sure and it's and it's one that I think I did you know for a especially in the beginning where I felt you know I got tired of saying I want to do Johnny cash. I'll be right back. You know what I mean so I started to write differently. That can just stay there and do it throws throws blocks and yeah almost searching stage. Yeah you. We've both been around Las Vegas a while now if you and I Gordon. He's a lot of entertainment changes in the city. And you you just keep slugging it out and coming in and when you came when you were coming into the Gold Nugget I was hearing that you might be going to other places other places Las Vegas. How did you wind up here you might? It's still be hearing that. Well you never know but but how was it. Let's just be here now. How was it that you you came in? You were at hooters prior and what turned over to Ohio. And now you're here again tickets through the steps of what your options were and how you wound up back here. Oh well things in you know. A friend of mine passed away and things Kinda got a downhill for a while and I just was doing career. Choices races That were not as clear as I should have been with my career so I reached out to a friend of mine. I I think you might know him. So Mister Fatiha. And he said come on Act will give you six weeks. So that's where we're at your friend. Guitar Steve Yeah talking about new over Hollywood that that room was nowhere that I should have ever been in. So that was the GIG after after here. I think that what you went to planet Hollywood for Prudish Room was wonderful but they were closing it down with It was rented out they had said for someone else. These deals that I didn't know about some key. 'cause I was I was just working through somebody. Yeah let's just how that goes just takes the business. I've been there before I've been absolutely absolutely Before then backed up. Yeah it's great. So when did you find. It's all part of the of of anyone's life. You know we have your different your different things that you you go through. It's how you get through them when and how you don't give up and keep working and get clear you've had a lot of important people in your corner and the owner of this hotel is one of them. Yeah Alan Iverson told me about how that arrived at talking to him about coming back or actually I actually just did it in what I just told you. I I explain that where I where I talked to Tillman and he said. Did you call Kim. How do you have the kind of relationship where you can call them or text them okay? Yup very cool. Yeah yeah totally. Consider him a great France Always yes yes. I mean. We're together for seven years. Yeah the first go round was seven years now now. The first go round was a three O.. Eight two years list owner yet until he came back and then seven with with Mr not looking forward to it. Oh I can't wait. I now hope you're coming. I'll be here you know that. Yeah I really appreciate that. Yeah and this. It's a second time. I think I've been on this show. We are more couple radios and lot of writing. Yeah to radio shows. Yeah I think you're on with the with Sushma. Cronan we did it. We did a TV. When we'RE IN VEGAS TV? We did that a lot of friends with Wayne Newton as the same circles. Yeah the small town. Yeah so you can probably answer all these sports. It's not as much fun on. We'll we're Lewiston you the best of luck doc. You'RE GONNA appreciate it very much so at least six weeks right. Yeah thank you for being there like you've been for me and I'm grateful for that and we're we're GONNA continue to queued up the next great to be on goes so exposure to spend time with you you too. Thanks thanks. Thanks once more to Gordy Brown for joining us this week. Gone podcasts as always will be back next Monday and every Monday so be sure to subscribe to the show where you're listening now. What is happening in the column you might? It'd be asking yourselves. Well we were on hand. Is The hard rock hotel close down. The hotel's going dark will reopen his Virgin Hotel. Las Vegas in November her. I share many of my memories of the hotel including time spent at what we used to call Judge Ito Lounge. We visit Ru Paul's drag race. I live the new show at Flamingo. Showroom this is a live version of the hit TV series filled with great performers and a dazzling set. It's the sort of show that will will make you laugh and slap you silly extravaganza. The Vegas experience variety shows moving into the old jubilee theater. This is a show produced just by Hanoch rozen brought wow to the Rio. That show has become a surprise. Hit over the past two and a half years extravaganza caters more to adults filled with showgirls. As an Ode to Las Vegas we even have a ventriloquist working with an elvis puppet. It opens on March fourteenth. What else Cirque du Soleil latest presenting the illusionists at its annual one night for one drop charity show at Luxor on March twenty seven th? The company had planned to stage a single performance of run at the theater eater but that show requires additional work after a very sluggish start. Run is not selling tickets past April thirtieth and its future is uncertain. Sir owns the illusionist. Which is an ensemble magic production? We took in foreigner at the Venetian theatre talked to Oscar Goodman at West Gate Super Book caught up with Shania. Hi It's Wayne Raiders. Owner Mark Davis Marie Osmond at Vada Ballet Theatres Black and white gala at Caesar's Palace. All that and more in cats county that closes out another episode of PODCASTS. Thank you Frankie Marino for our theme song the biggest cat in town keep up with me or tried to on review journal website for at Johnny cats on twitter at Johnny one on Instagram and tune in next Monday Monday to the Mexican installment of podcast..

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"fatiha" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"fatiha" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"All right over two thirds of Americans are using social media, but they're not necessarily happy about it. This is a new NBC Wall Street Journal poll, which is very interesting. So we're going to go a little bit deeper into the numbers. All right. Forty eight percents that they've tried to limit the smartphone. Use forty-two percent say that they've made an effort to quit or limit social media and twenty six percent, Christina who have blocked or unfriendly someone on Facebook or social media because of their political views about that quite a bit. Why are we all so addicted in two thousand seventeen one of the co founders and form? Executives of Facebook shed, some light on why in an interview he basically said they designed it to be pretty addictive in this sound. He was expressing some remorse for that. Here's CIA math Papa Fatiha if you feed the beast that beast will destroy you. If you push back on it. We have a chance to control it rain it in and it is a point in time where people need to hard break from some of these tools, and the things that you rely on the short term dopamine driven feedback loops that we have created our destroying how society works. No civil discourse. No cooperation misinformation, Mr. truth. And it's not an American problem. This is not about Russian ads. This is a global problem. So we are in a really bad state of affairs right now, in my opinion. It is it is a roading the core foundations of how people behave by in between each other. So that's probably that was. Two thousand seventeen made that speech, and you said that he said, they knew exactly what they were doing at this up been a couple of Facebook execs that have come out that said that that they knew that this was going to be, you know, the lights and everything they they knew they didn't realize that we get so out of hand dopamine. Would you shoot off the chart that constant drip? So the poll says that most of us now in America realize it's not a great thing for us. But most of us still use it. And while social gets the most heat that's not true for all technology. So here's John MacKinnon of the Wall Street Journal, people are generally still optimistic about technology and the future and what it holds for them. But there is a lot of sense out there that social media has some big problems that need to be addressed. For instance, we went through a list of choices where we asked people does social media do more to bring us together or divide us or the soc. Media use our time will or waste our time. And just by large majorities, people had negative views about the impacts that social media has on them their lives and society. I don't think any of us have been at a point where we haven't scrolled, you know, and realize I'm wasting time sitting here scrolling through all so we'll cautious and pessimistic about social most of us Stiller using it me included. Yeah. And the poll shows that most of us want government interaction to protect privacy, people had negative views about the impacts that social media has on them their lives and society, people really feel by large majorities that the federal government needs to be doing more three quarters of people basically said they feel that the basic tradeoff where you know, internet companies get our data in return for providing free services is basically not a good deal for them. And they really. You want more government action to regulate and give back some of their privacy. Okay. Before we get to traffic one quick statistic. Wind should kids get a smartphone. Big push for wait until eight. The survey shows most of us believe it should be much later than eight years old. Forty two percent say fifteen and older forty percents a twelve to fourteen just eleven percent say eleven in younger. So when do you get your kid a phone? That's always a big discussion with parents. All right. Let's take a look at traffic.

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"fatiha" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"fatiha" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"It really depends on what you agree with you in. There's so many different factors when it comes to like being, you know, all the dams you take in the ring 'cause you know, some fighters they could be, you know, per person that gets all those type of damages in this in a beat up or gets punched a lot. They don't have a long career. But let's I want to talk about the one thing in probably why this became huge interest amongst boxing fans, the Mason Manar knockout, you know, I feel that. With that you you. You felt we'll devastating was able to take these guys to almost to the distance but box excellent over the course of the round, and we were able to see him perform for that long appear while Teo FEMA Lopez on the other hand, we weren't able to see him perform for a long period of time against the opposition. But he did something relatively quick and flashy opposed. The Devon Haney when it came to the knockout. And I think that they're both tremendous performance. Devin, hanging can make his case that I soften in IBM. I which has always been in analogy for many fighters where I five beat him. I they tend to be less of the person which they are coming up after the next time. I broke him down mentally I took his confidence. I did a lot of things that you wasn't the same fighter. But then at the same time you can look at wool. I knocked this guy out easy. It was quick. I don't get paid for overtime is done. So it's that's the fight that I think made everyone truly interested. But wasn't able to get the true answers because they don't have enough fighters through fall equally in compare each other. Maybe the next person Devon Haney. You know, destroys let's see how Devon Haney looks against them or t to Huma Lopez. And I bring this one last analogy switched to you is, you know, the Charl Leuven prime example was that when Charl knocked out Lubin in his very early discussed because we don't know what Luke is going to be into coming up this weekend. Seeing Charlie was coming off the loss with Tony which I'm super excited about man. I'm I'm super excited about that fight with him any shea Smith. Exactly. So so seen if I let's say Charles didn't get a fight with Tony Harrison at first we were like, you know, Leuven he came in early. You know, maybe this to you just got caught with a shot with so many excuses or truth behind that. Now, I think a lot of people would entertain a Charles versus Lubin to even aluminum knocked out quick and fast, and that's pretty much. My my whole point we weren't able to truly C T O female Lopez. Over course appeared in its skill. Besides that beautiful knockout that he was what you mean? But I I'm seeing skill when you can do what he's doing eating in comparison is I'm seeing in Paris. But you're using the word skill and leaving too vague because you mean technique, you mean like you can't say skill because my politics, I get. That's what I I guess take wrong. The both Sean skill because Fatiha female it's a skill to be able to go in there. And do what he does without getting hit. He's not gonna do without being touched. And it's a skill for, you know, Haney to go in there and outbox them without getting hit. But yeah, the technical more fundamental looking boxer is Haney in my opinion. But you know, the one that you think you need to have to worry about is to your female..

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"fatiha" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"fatiha" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"It really depends on what you agree with you in. There's so many different factors when it comes to like being, you know, all the dams you take in the ring 'cause you know, some fighters they could be, you know, per person that gets all those type of damages in this in a beat up or gets punched a lot. They don't have a long career. But let's I want to talk about the one thing in probably why this became huge interest amongst boxing fans, the Mason Manar knockout, you know, I feel that. With that you you. You felt we'll devastating was able to take these guys to almost to the distance but box excellent over the course of the round, and we were able to see him perform for that long appear while Teo FEMA Lopez on the other hand, we weren't able to see him perform for a long period of time against the opposition. But he did something relatively quick and flashy opposed. The Devon Haney when it came to the knockout. And I think that they're both tremendous performance. Devin, hanging can make his case that I soften in IBM. I which has always been in analogy for many fighters where I five beat him. I they tend to be less of the person which they are coming up after the next time. I broke him down mentally I took his confidence. I did a lot of things that you wasn't the same fighter. But then at the same time you can look at wool. I knocked this guy out easy. It was quick. I don't get paid for overtime is done. So it's that's the fight that I think made everyone truly interested. But wasn't able to get the true answers because they don't have enough fighters through fall equally in compare each other. Maybe the next person Devon Haney. You know, destroys let's see how Devon Haney looks against them or t to Huma Lopez. And I bring this one last analogy switched to you is, you know, the Charl Leuven prime example was that when Charl knocked out Lubin in his very early discussed because we don't know what Luke is going to be into coming up this weekend. Seeing Charlie was coming off the loss with Tony which I'm super excited about man. I'm I'm super excited about that fight with him any shea Smith. Exactly. So so seen if I let's say Charles didn't get a fight with Tony Harrison at first we were like, you know, Leuven he came in early. You know, maybe this to you just got caught with a shot with so many excuses or truth behind that. Now, I think a lot of people would entertain a Charles versus Lubin to even aluminum knocked out quick and fast, and that's pretty much. My my whole point we weren't able to truly C T O female Lopez. Over course appeared in its skill. Besides that beautiful knockout that he was what you mean? But I I'm seeing skill when you can do what he's doing eating in comparison is I'm seeing in Paris. But you're using the word skill and leaving too vague because you mean technique, you mean like you can't say skill because my politics, I get. That's what I I guess take wrong. The both Sean skill because Fatiha female it's a skill to be able to go in there. And do what he does without getting hit. He's not gonna do without being touched. And it's a skill for, you know, Haney to go in there and outbox them without getting hit. But yeah, the technical more fundamental looking boxer is Haney in my opinion. But you know, the one that you think you need to have to worry about is to your female..

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"fatiha" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"fatiha" Discussed on Untangle

"Is that it helps support your gut? Can we talk a little bit about gut? Yes. And that this is very interesting. So the way the fan wave or Mons not usually associated with brain helds to same his to used to or other arts of our guard is like a gap and for many years that the connection between held brain health with complete Nord's been knowledge in the Kaya chain. And now instead it turns out that w eight defense have do it intestines in adjusting. And that in turn has a huge impact on brain health, especially for move. So this there's quite a strong and consistent connection between UNITA testing on like volume Vagner violence here. Got in in mud say they're good Fatiha in back. But Jay usu-. They want to have more of the good ones than ensure the bad ones. Listen Tian's because maybe dig into biotic say not even crack play or your steak or we have cons disease and the G I deserted at chiefs, the good the Tia the balance verse in win the bet the take over they have really benefactor affecting the brain. They they can kind of hijacked the nerve that connects they tested the brain into able to travel all the way back up to your grain and be the effected premier -bility deduct barrier to busy the opened his gate that are forcing from gates opened to shouldn't. And then the bacteria can get inside. In a lot of other talk that waste products can get inside your brain finish against the nation in the same time. They packed the gamble to stem shapes. They calming soothing system in the brain with that happens. People just feel end, Shays and moody and trust. Out and. Strongly strongest set on a mood. Indeed. It looks like bacteria in your gut actually produce Gabba. And so they've been influence the nerves to your brain producing significant calming effects due to gab in your stomach. Yeah. It's Fuxin Natan. It's I find in in invest imagine, MS the tendency to to look at the brain something completely isolated to divest view. And everybody's surprise. When it's tell get chilly. Finn changes in your brain. When you hire would say hard. Hell heavy heart is heavy brain or have the heart. The grain though, divided by now is way courts when the brain is in charge of every other Oregon every other parts of the body, but the rest of the body reports by back to the grain and said, this connections are constantly active games, if you haven't formation from whereas if you have a window or if another part to Jews. Is affected vein Renault and saucer as well the doctor Jim Dodie was one of our guests on an earlier podcast. He's a neurosurgeon who is very focused on the heart. And his point was that the heart has more innovations to the brain than the brain has to the heart. So knowing that gut bacteria so significant to the functioning of our brain. What would you recommend that we eat? I think for Optima guts out that are bringing transit really important or three through foot groups, fiber, probiotics prebiotics base of Kirby Arctic's. Everybody knows about those the lives of Jia. They in find it yogurt. They find in for mental vegetables. And basically, they did go inside your intestine, just replenish the vitamins with good life. But the cheek quietly bed, they don't necessarily stay. There rice it has to be favorable environment. Like, a horse them by meant that is that is able to take care of them and to be fighting to them. So the they they would stay in that environment is created by five six people. You are all the funk. Right. So they're very. Specific kind of carbohydrates is not just full. So he doesn't get broken down in the stomach. But it just goes guy down today. Intestine in debts specifically food for the good Fatiha. And y'all come from food. Have seat aftertaste, but they're not instantly sleep like on the. From booth veggies, artichokes of the good asparagus. As tigers. Thank you. Owe a grains, Geno, good sources and then five officers needed just with proper appropriate digestion..

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"fatiha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"fatiha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of electoral fraud. Was de asked in Kinshasa. It's coming up to twenty five GMT, and this is the BBC World Service in London. It's estimated there are about three thousand homeless people in Paris two out of five are women. This winter the French capital opened its first shelter for single women. That's available twenty four hours a day. The refuge is run by the charity eighty s f and partly funded by the town hall. Lisa Louis, met some of the women at the down in southern Paris. A freshly renovated room. Still smelling of paint Fatiha is helping herself to a Cup of coffee. She's sixty nine years old and has been living on the streets for more than a year after being expelled from small apartment when it changed hands. Speak to them appropriate. They're finding another room with just her monthly pension. And no guarantor has been impossible. I've been spending my nights in emergency departments hospitals during the day. I go to waiting areas in town halls. I just sit back sipping coffee Japan is rest Fatiha has applied for social housing and is waiting for reply. Smartly dressed a hair is elegantly styled, this I've always been elegant. She tells me I don't want to look as if I'm living on the street. Other women in the room are also well dressed. At the city, dumb, the women can wash their clothes, get warm, food and shower, they can also talk to psychology or midwife the government estimates. They are one thousand two hundred homeless women in Paris. But now dash pass whole who's from the NGO believes the number is much higher. New Donna sheaf worker to think about thirty more women end up on the streets every month. Women tend to have more unstable jobs and they struggled find housing then there are victims of sexual violence. In a dormitory. I meet ordeal. She arrived from Ivory Coast a few months ago. Her husband had left her and their three children, and she could no longer provide for them. She managed to get to France. But ended up sleeping on the streets until she heard of the seated version. I really wasn't. Well, but the people here have helped me a lot. They gave me back myself confidence and helped me apply for.

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"fatiha" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"fatiha" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You need downtown is on property and Tillman Fatiha to the owner, the owner of the Houston Rockets and biggest booster at UH university of Houston. And of course, they got Dana Hoeger lots of things going on. I was going to get Brad's take on some of the moves going on in college and pro football. But you know, when you talk Landry's restaurants, you're talking claim jumper Utah. Vic Anthony's you're talking talking to Cadillac Mexican Cantina you talking Bubba Gump snow. There's no Bubba Gump shrimp here. But there is one in Laughlin at the golden nugget, which is right here in the state the other golden nugget, we're Joe lissi sometimes does a show from his down in Atlantic City, and then Tillman for Tetons other properties. But the chart house, there's red sushi. I mean, you name it. It's here on property. The rooms are outstanding. It is the criminal crime downtown and Fremont street experience right out the doors you open up and you're right there in the center of action. Ridgeville is the rich villas the the winner of the golden nugget is football challenge decides to stay. And here's the thing because powers was thinking of phone in this in. But when I told him you were I'm serious. I knew he was tired. But when I told him you were staying to come on the show because right JT, I'm on my way down really appreciate it. Because Brad's one of my idols. I listen to them weekly his plays, and he actually helped me win this contest. So he doesn't really know that. But I just broke the news live right now. Yeah. It's it's funny. I was joking around with a few guys. I'm like, and you mentioned it to me. We kind of connected on Twitter. Like my goodness. I mean, I'm on this. Incredible. Ron and I was like twenty two four and two down the stretch six and one in the final we can't move at all and a couple of notches you a couple of other guys who finished in the top ten Reshad. Hey, you're a big help this year big out by finished in the top ten because you no wonder I couldn't move up any further KTI's compete with myself. There you go. I mean, and that's the tough thing. I mean, but you know, what you're saying. I tweeted out on your on on top of the tweet. They will you when you put it in the fourth place finish. And I said couldn't happen to a greater guy as far as at least finishing in the top four. But Brad powers if somebody is just a selfless guy. And I talk about I mean fezzet too. And that's why I love both you guys root route you guys no matter what I mean. Bill cracking burger another great guy here in the Vegas valley. That's just always giving you guys are like, Robin Hood, man, like, you know, take from the rich give to the poor that's your mentality, and people know that and they gravitate to you. And so people root for you. And you know, so rich is no dummy. I mean, if if you're giving out some information that sounds like. It's good solid information day. No. I mean, that's what RJ bell says all the college knowledge. Brad powers now, Brad. I mean, and I love as the season gets going. I feel like pick it up as well as anybody. But Brad during the off season is watching spring games from nineteen eighty-seven saw, you know, going back making sure he didn't miss something in the lineage of Notre Dame football or USC. But I I it's it's your passion. It's it's the sport that you love I've been like that college basketball, and of course, traveling with UC riverside back when they were D two. And now do you want for Long Beach state traveling with teams and just following? I I mean, I love it on. That's maybe my weakness a little bit because I follow so many sports and try and stay on top of everything. Like right now. College basketball, you see I already have incredible. Yeah. Three and a half hours just to get the starter's down on what they do. And who's out tomorrow in college basketball because you've got one hundred and some odd games that are lying games, and you got to pick and choose your spots..

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