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"gada" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"We've got a Sephora icon, a big deal on the pot. El jefe, the main woman in charge for a very, very long time. How do you say queen, oh, Lauren? Lorena, Lorena. The queen, la reine. Oh, see, my Spanish feels me. So margarita, aria gada, was the chief merchant at Sephora for many, many years. A lot of people that you know or love brands, you know, and love to this day consider margarita, they're fairy godmother. Amy Liu from tower 28 is one of them, Michelle ranawat of ranawat is another one of them, both are sold at Sephora. I mean, she was at Sephora for 18 years. Before Sephora became a force. Yeah, like she helped put Sephora on the map. She helped introduce it for it to the United States. I mean, that's major, and then before that, she was at Macy's for a really long time, but all in retail, right? And then during the pandemic, she decided to launch her own brand called valde beauty, and she makes some of the most stunning lipsticks I have ever seen. We learned a lot. She has a lot of experience like Kirby and I have mentioned and has a lot of opinions and interesting takes. Interesting takes. There you go. Interesting takes. It's an agree to disagree moment, but she is also an expert, so we wanted her to share her truth. On a few things, I actually think this is kind of relevant for sustainability month. April is earth month and we talked about how we're not really sharing recommendations because we want people to feel like they have to go out and buy anything. Valdez, Sarah is actually, I think, mentioned it on the podcast before as a gift because it is expensive. It's like a lipstick with a quote unquote armor that goes on top. It's very heavy, very beautifully designed. It's like a piece of art in a way. And they're expensive. I mean, the set all together is a $199, but I think margarita will speak to this and that she's hoping that instead of just buying something for the sake of buying it and spending more and more money and then throwing it away, she wanted to create something that people would keep forever in a sense. So Sarah, anything else you want to add? No, I would love to hear what everyone's takes are after. If they agree or if they understand, you know, I know we have a lot of people in the industry too. Who also have experience on the retail side, but obviously we have a lot of consumers. And so I would just love to hear if you agree with margaritas takes, or if you have any other questions too. Yeah. Let's start a conversation around this..
"gada" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily
"Mind. Every one without exception, it couldn't be any other way. The Indian spiritual teacher nisargadatta sums up the nature of the mind in the following statement. There is no such thing as peace of mind. Mind means disturbance restlessness itself is mind. The mind is restlessness, not only is there nothing wrong with the mind being restless, chaotic, messed up. It couldn't be any other way. Mind means disturbance, expecting the mind to be still and peaceful is like expecting the grass to be pink or expecting water to be dry. Here's the key point. Having a restless mind isn't the main issue. We suffer because we believe there's something wrong with the way the mind is. You suffer not because the mind is restless, but because you believe it shouldn't be. Seeing this can be life-changing. Most people believe they need to fix or change the mind in order to experience peace. I recently had a coaching client. Let's call her Mary, who had been trying to fix what she perceived to be her broken mind for years. Like myself in the past, she had spent years going to therapy, reading every self help book, she could get her hands on, attending every seminar and workshop. All because she believed the mind needed to be a certain way in order to experience peace. And like myself, she had never considered the possibility that the mind itself is not the problem, rather the way we relate to it. When she grasps the concept of making peace with her wrestler's mind, her experience was transformed in an instant. She saw clearly that piece is available right now, no matter what is going on in the mind. Peace of mind versus peace with mind. As neither gada said there's no such thing as peace of mind mind means disturbance, restlessness itself is mind..
"gada" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Sure let's stay on the haitian thing for one more. I'm assuming the president has been asked this question or jen. Psaki is press person but embarrassed. He said missed it. Why are we welcoming tens of thousands of afghans with open arms as we should and were tossing thousands of haitians out of the country. Afghans are leaving afghanistan because they fear for their lives and security nations left afghanistan. Some of them on the border were left as early as twenty ten because of ad earthquake gada second earthquake at the instability of the government. Add the gangs that margarine you both mentioned wire afghans okay and haitians are not part of this is just the the consequences of the war that we made promises representations ask who have actually gone to process or most of them have gone through process in fact if anything those who have gone through a process a lot of them were left behind we did not satisfy our obligations to then as we had promised in their assistance a the military mostly translation services or military services so so so there there was a process. Were more we in. The world are welcoming that because of that that that obligation for haters also an asylum process and the only reason these haitians are not able to use. It is because joe biden is using the exact same pandemic provisions that was used by donald trump to deny people who would otherwise be entitled to apply for asylum to not be able to apply. So let me let me make i i. I don't disagree with the administration on this. I do think i on the on the waving of the kovin border. Wilshire's a variety of reasons. Why you wanna do that. You want to continue to do that. Which is is as we get things under control. The numbers are starting to look better now against delta. We simply cannot. We're we cannot have the same border asylum rules as we once had. We can maybe change the ones that are in place. The prohibitions that are in place but let me also be clear here. The claim of asylum. This is the hardest thing for granted. I mean this is the the claim of a immigrant of asylum. Status is merely that it is just a claim in there are. There are no way with significant rules about you know. It is not the deprivation of food that would allow. Silent curtis fear of prosecution so so but they can't even claim it. I'm not saying it can't be denied but they can't even claim it the haitians in this case because of the rule the trump a rules that are being embraced by the bud administration yet. I mean that is. That's a pas. I don't think it's going to be forever. But i do think would probably be through the rest of the year which is a positive. You're weighing to horrible set. The stage right. You want an open border at the you don't wanna totally close on. It is the this. Is rick nightmare because these are human beings and we can absorb a couple thousand whatever but i mean just remember the magnet aspects of this the moment that you say or even trigger which was likely what happened when biden became president without saying anything the difference between trump by moment you trigger the potential rumor mill. That is an open border..
"gada" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
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"gada" Discussed on Eu tava la
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"gada" Discussed on JustATouchof_J
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"gada" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"gada" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"California scott Gada good holiday. Here's wishing you a happy new year and you as well ryan Appreciate you taking time out to hang out with us and one last thing before i let you go. Is that news broke. This morning that russell oca-. I wanted to take his new contract in bitcoin. And he's going to get that way. And i have to admit my ignorance. I still don't have a clue at. Bitcoin is the understand. These crypto currencies. No because they've ripple currency and it kinda operates like stock. That's about it. Yeah so. I i'm worried about the bottom falling out for the sake of russell. Okay and everybody. That's heavily vested in this thing. And i still believe in gold and cold hard american cash and speaking of a cold hard american cash recap on the bowl games. We had oklahoma. State victorious in the orlando Cheese apple and we had colorado get drubbed by texas in the vale able but it wasn't appearance for the pac twelve. You won't see the pac twelve again and it will be the only other appearance from oregon against iowa state in the festival Coming up on january second yeah..
Pentagon drawing down troops in Afghanistan
"You know you and i both talked many times about the fact that we think it's long pastime for the us to be out of afghanistan but there are also these ongoing peace talks between an afghan group in the taliban. And i guess the question is would a fast withdrawal of twenty five hundred troops or so make it harder would lead to a hasty nato withdrawal Because i think there's like seven thousand nato forces there but they basically rely on the us military for logistics and often protection with lead the chaos. You could see a redux of obama in iraq and what two thousand fourteen end up sending troops back in to your point about how to make it harder for biden. This could be part of that. Yeah we've talked about the peace talks right that are going on between the afghan government. The taliban of the united pretty pessimistic about those. But this again drawing twenty five hundred troops out taking all out right again. Wh why is it so important. To trump have twenty five hundred instead of forty five hundred in an action that is not coordinated with any of those nato allies it is not coordinated with the afghan government. That is not factored into the peace negotiations. It just something that he is doing. Through like a handful of devon nunez apparatchiks the pentagon in the last minutes of his administration. He had four years to get this done if he wanted to get troops out of afghanistan or gada rock or out of somalia. Why is he doing this now. Why hasn't been working on this for these four years and people will hear me and say well what you want to keep all these troops these places no but the question is. How do you remove troops. How do you end wars and you do it by assessing. What are we doing in this country. What our missions. What security forces are relieving this too and what is the political and diplomatic context for what we're
"gada" Discussed on Hustleshare
"And. They Labor. They would be beyond the timeline and start where we were not able to rotten. The bills time give the systems were old and snow. But now the system trusted yard I. Every bit of the US. For Ninety million people and they know that we can hit. The Wall in terms of your limit and they stop you or if you didn't So. That's the idea was done. than was done. The cultural was done in. Worked eight years and sixteen yet chief leadership status in the industry. So that culture I think was also I think very important and very key because when you were starting off the transformation. Our. Competitive there. was still much larger than us You know the the market which is four times ours. They had an operating cash double lars. I mean, they were just huge right and and really it was impossible to surmount the competition. Anthem it all they acquired the third player. In Two thousand and twelve or so and even made us even smaller and so we have to really fight back and and really you know I again ground. Slowly over. The years. And fight back you did. But before we talk about the fighting Harry able to build that I also WANNA. Dissect how you lead the team. But let's talk about that more after the break. There I hope you're all doing well today. My name is Kara just dropping by. Let you know that I have my own podcast. It's called after thirty with got Eddie. Go I talk about love fear relationships, career sex food money books, and how life is so much different an oddly the same after thirty. So when you're done listening to this episode, go ahead and check out mine again, it's after thirty with Gada go available wherever you get your podcasts their..
More enhancements for Google Podcasts
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Making Colorectal Cancer Screening Less of a Pain
"Alex thanks for joining us. Thank you very much for inviting me. We're going to talk about colorectal cancer. The problems of screening and check cap cease Gada capsule based system for preparation free screening. Let's start with colorectal cancer. Though how big a problem does it represent? So for the if you look on the American population. You would fine approximately twenty five percent of the people that have policies and approximately zero point, five percent of the population of the average risk population may have a cancer that's about the statistics the cancer. And what's the prognosis today for people with Colorado Cancer, and what role does early detection play in terms of better outcomes? So it is clear and known by all the physician community that detecting precancerous politics before they develop into cancer basically saves life's. Dial about fifty thousand Americans while dying every year from collector cancer. And, if you look worldwide, the number can reach up to about eight hundred eighty plus thousand people while dying from these horrible disease, so and not to mention the fact that the people also with incidence meaning they have the cancer itself, and not necessarily died at the same moment, but continuously unfortunately continues to die from that over the years, so by allowing detection of the polyps ahead of time, whereas if there is a window of opportunity of about ten years to catch does police before they become malignant. You allow that to remove. Risk potentially for people to become cancerous people and This is basically what we a checkup a doing. Our job is to make sure that we increase the adherence people and allow them to go for a screaming. And, by that address, an unmet meet that exist in this landscape. Well! How good are people today at complying with checkups when they should get them for colon cancer? Before. We talk about checkup. Let me talk about the compliance. At least in the US, which represents I think. A A good number compelled to what you may find worldwide in the US about forty percent of the eligible. Americans are not going for a decent screening. Which means about forty six million people are not getting this screening this is. The instead good and. This is this is good. Yeah, if you compare to the European markets, you would find about. Seventy to eighty percent of the population that doesn't that here from various reasons, but since the US market is the most sophisticated and um guidance, I'll very cleal I would expect a much higher adherence of people, and this is not the case because of the current screening methods which are not that friendly. In be is of those eligible people, so our job is to make sure that we. Increase the adherence and bring more people into these screening methods, and we believe that to our method which doesn't require the preparation that he's probably the a biggest bear for people not to go for screaming. We believe those people with with Al Methods would not require the preparation, and thus would hopefully join and performed the screaming, and then after once found, a polyp could be refilled to. Which is the gold standard? That's the best solution to remove the polyps, but yet could be referred because they could not be referred since they wouldn't go to such screening beforehand, and this is why we believe we address an unmet need, a huge unmet need in the US, and as I said not to mention also other areas or other locations worldwide. Well for for listeners who haven't had the pleasure of colorectal screening a walk us through the process and the barriers to people doing this when they should. The barriers as I mentioned. Before are mostly the fact that for structural tests. You need a preparation. And for non-structural tests, which are mostly biomarker tests, you need to handle unfortunately with stool, so those two elements are not that friendly in the eyes of those patients of those eligible patients.
"gada" Discussed on DV Radio
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Self-Tanning & Self-Love With Jules Von Hep
"I am Gills on Hap- I I'm renowned global spray town artist county. Believe doesn't even a jump title I basically spend my life looking at the China's Nipples I'm dope by my clients. And they leave me feeling incredible and probably better than they did a nice job. I founded the Hunting Company the eye of paradise which is essentially my whole career in a bottle. I'm it combines. Collaborative makeup with South Town at and I'm I'm all about natural healthy looking skin. I think Tanning House lend so far into dryness orange tones that do I have to wait ages to my skin too dry. Is it GONNA look fake. Is it GONNA lie. I'm that was just never will. I was a bow and all about looking like yourself. But it's about how you feel when you look in the mirror. Defeat Amazing guy out that it'd be a kind past make good pass said and just be happy. Tanning is a huge part of your life. Obviously now you have of your own business around it. What were you doing before you got into this line of work so I started my career. Why studied fashion at university? It was accost that literally changed my life oboe. Scores like really posh on everyone went to do law or medicine and I just did not fit in. I decided my the university calls by flipping a coin it landed on heads and so instead of doing interior design and fashion studied for three years and had an intense shape in fashion PR agency. I'd say I liked it but I didn't. I wasn't about the people fashion is I like to look at it but to be in a is quite quite different I met a faceless Nikola colledge office and she said to me. I think it'd be really good at spray tanning and I was like no. I don't know like I'm not sure let's park now. Come back to it. I flipped cleaning. Gada move to Australia. I worked for vogue as a beauty assistant in Australia. Loves beauty was no about aditorial and there was just something about being in an face. I'm being a desk that it was quite soul destroying at the time. I thought that is what everyone's career is supposed to be. And nobody. I had never had career advice of. You don't have to work in an office and you have to wear a suit to work. And I just didn't know that these other careers existed so came back to the UK. So Nick Lurgan and she said you know. Let me try new timing so I tried to tanning I trained in like facial massage and then I did a course in makeup and I just loved it. I loved the fact that it wasn't a bow. There was no obvious louder. There was no structure. Which I'm I'm very good? I have the most creative brain. I'm an every single day I would make people feel good. I'd go into you saw here. I just walk in. I don't care it's my. That's my job. I walk in people's houses and I have to make myself really comfortable very quickly and I have to make them comfortable with may actually it transpired that being a spray tunnel isn't just about painting fans as it were. It's everything else that comes with it. And it's almost like being a life coach and confidence boost And and you're almost your kinds cheerleader. Your when they're naked and you're you are amazing you this and you have to be a certain type of person to say. Oh you know. I'm training assistance at the moment. And I'm trying to teach them in the art of giving and Ajay and it's not just about the spray time that is secondary to what we do. They say I then Mike kind of break as it were. I was tanning. I'm just hunting grantham clients in this one Client was a makeup artist and she said to me she was like you know you really good at Tommy Bailey. Am I know I have no comparison and she said look look. I'm the head make parts. It's on the x factor. Do you want to do the spray tons. I had been touting for six months and I was like okay. This is a window opening to me and then and from that I got poached onto dancing with the stars in the UK. That show was known for bad orangutan's that's all the headlines written about. It's like everyone everyone who went on it. They were like. Oh I'm going to have spare time orange and I just thought I'm going to change this. I'm GONNA flip this about. Why is this show known for time? It shouldn't be about about that. People forget that the best time should look real. You should look like you've been on holiday not like you've been involved bottle of time. So I really carved entertains changed the way that people thought about town on that show and I did it for three years and by the end of it no one was writing about the timeless and my clients. They all call me like the Secret Tana because I I'm not really contradicts myself. I'm not a big mouth when it comes to Korea but I it's it's not about me. It's about them so I'm not gonna it do outrageous things. I just want them to look their best and gone the red carpet and feel amazing with glory. Skin it's not it's not about looking
"gada" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"In the paranormal the of Gada spring time. But I know what happened to me a couple of times. In one point of my life, I ran bar. Of club. And. On certain nights when I stayed there very long. I'm I it's a heck, they'd like he don't close to two o'clock, and then you got the clean up in stock, and sometimes it work on the morning. I would just goes back all accounts that was in the back part of the bar out. And then I told you the call spring. Inevitably sometimes the night, I would have. Early in the morning Stevie get to the bathroom and. Say I do not believe in goes. Do. Believe rate that way. But I know what thing and I seen. People sitting at the bar. And. When I want, I've said. How I got got it bathroom. I'll be back. Second white on. And I've got to the path, how was the what she asked me was I drink site. I was not I was looking in the bear myself, and I knew way however you also knew that the bar had closed so you couldn't serve these customers. So, aren't you perplexed as you made your way to the bathroom? Why are they sitting at my bar? This place is closed. Just thing that I. I. That this is. This customers of came out of the bathroom, and. It was nobody there. No. There you go. And these were full on these were full on apparitions like, in solid form, right? Yeah. It was it was people nobody. I recognize not now. They named mica. Right. You had regulars and these were not regulars. Did you notice anything unusual about their clothing? And the only explanation I could come up with is that before..
"gada" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Come out and get everybody in a in a hall right before all the really bad stuff comes out to they know it's coming out or so you're saying that it's coming out. Anyway, it's not that bar and Trump are going to release this stuff in response to these things that it was coming anyway. And that's why we saw James commes editorial in the Washington Post this morning. And this Muller press conference is right here. And now if you look at what he said he said, I cannot exonerate him and yet it cannot prove structure obstruction. Yeah. If there wasn't structure as a career prosecutor, he would have said, I have enough evidence to carry a obstruction charge yet. I am not allowed of the statutes or the rules to charge him. I have to leave that up to. General. So he didn't say he has enough evidence. He didn't say he had any evidence they didn't have any. Kind of ridiculous. Honestly believe this more, rob. We gotta take a break. Your, thanks for the call, rob. So rob, I'm gonna put him in the villain. Gada gory Muller. Hey, passive aggressive villain, a slow moving turtle lake villain. But yes, I do believe that all of these guys are villains. And why are they acting in the way that they are wide? Jim Komi just write an editorial this morning saying not only these theories wrong. They're stupid theories stupid conspiracy theories. Why is Muller giving press conferences that don't say anything except at emphasis to certain words that are in his report kind of cues to Nadler? And the Democrats, why, why why I have an idea. Why eight three three eight five two four eight six six eight three three eight five two four. Tom, we'll be back. Tom,.
"gada" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Doris day ninety five years old. Gada? That's. June. She's a vegetarian. Harvey weinstein. Bad guy. But in America, we believe that you're entitled to a spirited defense. And we've never looked down on lawyers for taking up a case of a bad person. Even bad people deserve a defense. Well, Ronald Sullivan is the faculty dean of Winthrop house and undergraduate residence at Harvard. And student activists there. Rallied in a protest claiming that his decision was trauma inducing in joining Weinstein's legal defense team over the weekend. Harvard college dean rock cash Khurana wrote in an Email to Winthrop how students let you know that Ronald Sullivan and Stephanie Robinson will not be continuing as your faculty deans when their term ends on January. Thirty two thousand nineteen Robinson is Sullivan's wife and co faculty dean of Winthrop house. They were the first blacks to serve in that. Position. Sullivan will remain a Harvard law, professor. Back in January when Sullivan joined the defense team RV Weinstein students demanded that Sullivan step aside. They said his decision to represent a person accused of abusing women disqualified him from serving in a role of support and mentor ship just students graffiti aimed at Sullivan appeared on a university building while school administrators said they would conduct what they called a climate review of Winthrop house activists have staged sit ins demanding that Sullivan be let go in an Email over the weekend wrote over the last few weeks students and staff have continued to communicate concerns about the climate in Winthrop house to the college. The concerns expressed have been serious in numerous the actions that have been taken to improve the climate have been ineffective in the noticeable lack of faculty dean presence during critical moments has further deteriorated the climate in this house. I have concluded that the situation at the house is untenable Sullivan along with his wife issued a statement in response saying we are surprised and dismayed by the action Harvard announced today, we believe the decisions we were having discussions. We were having with high level university representatives were progressing in a positive manner but Harvard unilaterally ended those dogs. We will now take some time to process Harvard's actions and consider our options, we're sorry that Harvard's actions in the controversy surrounding us has contributed to the stress on Winthrop students at this already stressful time fifty two professors at the law school signed a letter supporting him saying that his commitment to representing unpopular clients was fully consistent with his roles as law. Professor.
"gada" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On the promise oil everybody wants to work are they got sector. And that's why for us here at GT to let them understand industries. Not just the welding rigging is everything that we do. This college is becoming a gateway for oil jobs dilapidated or not the oil giant ExxonMobil has already been knocking on that door for the last two to three years quite a number of students imply with Exxon directly exam in last year. We were told that entire class was employed by exam. She says this is a moment of national transformation. We're having island gases about time. It'd been recognized though that needs to take our rightful place, you know, no longer be treated as theraworkx country. Are sometimes you go some places any argue where you're from gay over Dr. No. That would not be that case. There are no right to Gada. Yes. America, the only English speaking country there, and you know, right away. That's where you need to go. That's where the world. Going on is a small country by South American standards, fewer than a million people live here as you walk the streets. You're equally likely to be tempted by the sense of barbecuing chicken sizzling in spices. As you are fragrant Indian curry the sentence of African slaves and Indian invention labors of the two biggest ethnic groups had the accent. And the culture make you feel much more like the Caribbean than Latin America. Perhaps. That's why people find it so hard to place on a map, but everywhere people determined the pool about to change, and there appears to be a winning formula now has oil plus ambition from people like wanna plus appetite from employers like ExxonMobil sunny days, what could go wrong. A couple of hundred people here they lined the road outside the miniature the presidency. Holding. Range of the president is not about the law. The government's now illegal amount just fell knees. Holding placards saying president Grainger is leading to. All we're.
"gada" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq
"Remind me when he was at school and the teacher called call the pilot Gada couldn't read everybody. Would you like three and they turn? I know about your take zero. I'm reading it's gotta be. Jimmy. I'm not gonna give Jimmy's last name Jimmy and grade school they had to move Jimmy out of my class because Jimi had a speech impediment a stutter or did you make fun of him? No, no, Jimmy was my one of my best buddies. So Jimmy stop talking and would have me I could understand Jimmy when he would start when he would start to get into a stuttering pay. I would understand what he meant. And I would finish for him. So they had to remove on us in separate rooms. Like this job or play for larger prizes. Hey, it's for. The joke about stuff. Room because John finishing you finish. Todd understand. I was like the interpreter. Larry this brother deck on Darah? Sarah. Oh, man. I move good finish soon as I do. Rugs. All right. Let's get border. Like, I can't wait to one hundred bits. That's. Clockers sheeting they moved to Matt class because when they were trying to Jimmy to talk for himself. Whatever he would start to start. It would finish. I knew what he meant. The interpreter. I gotta go to the bottom up. Jimmy. Yeah. Thank god. There were like four titties in my store. Jimmy overcame that. And I know has been successful in life. I'm sure hope he has he has been wrapped all over them shack wasn't teasing him. I was finishing. Kicked out for me now down and all right? So let's let's let's let's start borderline by getting a little bit awkward. This comes from. Dax Shepard's pike cast, which is very good podcast. Armchair expert. Okay. Dax is with Norah Jones. What are they talking about? What's it like when shack has X what this is the conversations more rooms, the singer singer? Yes, you're looking. Oh, yes. Very very good. I don't know. I would have to you know. Well, listen, listen to this conversation. Listen to the conversation. Photo of shack and his girlfriend, right? Oh my God. I mean, I want to not even for sexual reason just curiosity. I want watch them make love so check. If you're a listener, I've just please invite me in. So I can just watch what's going on erga nominally. Are all the positions open to them or their ladders involved. They're like elevated beds. Okay. She sounds like fake Kim Kardashian voice that they use them Fallon. Yeah. She sounds like she sounds like the fake Jimmy Fallon told you it was creepy. But my gosh, what are you got to see me pulled Norah Jones? Oh, okay. This is mar Bilas pain. She'll slide into your store. Sounds like the dudes going to slide into his DNA. Dax Dax thank you too. By the way, that came from me in it or G mail. Thanks, again, John it's not iron, John and might be on John g Mel census this one. This is a youtuber named Mark Rober. We had him on. We featured him on the show while back when he was the guy making glitter bomb h stalling..
"gada" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It
"I and this is sort of the television quivalent of waterboarding. But but for for that guy to be talking about obstruction and stonewalling. We lived through two years of the Republican congress stonewalling any kind of oversight trae Gada, you might recall as Benghazi trae the guy that brought us the endless Ben guy, by the way, he's going to be a new FOX contributor. There's a surprise. But innocent tire tenure as the chairman of the oversight committee. He issued only a single subpoena. And that was when he had one foot out the door about two weeks before the end of the session. So they obstructed everything in terms of meaningful oversight and watching this guy lecture about that is is more than should have through a door. I think you're I think you're right. But you know, in fairness to him, he's not doing this to make an argument. He's doing this because his father could not express or really experience genuine love. And so this is a means of trying to get that love either from his father or from other strangers. I'm feeling really really guilty now. But what I just said. Yeah, I think we should all think about how we've been treating Eric Trump. Else else? I've known your dad for over a couple of the greatest guy in the world. I just. I just want to close by saying that to me hannidy looks like, you know, the movie inside out is that what it was with the with the little the little inside. Yeah. To me. He's what happens if anger one day when in and just killed the other emotions. And then just was at the board. When we come back a game on Venezuela. Don't go anywhere. Love it or leave it. It was more on the way love it or leave..
"gada" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"They'll get the book I want to thank everybody. In fact, I'm doing some special for the for the first one hundred books, so. I know. A bunch of I know Gary Gada booking got a book. Is a bunch of yard and already got a book already. So I'm gonna do something for the first one hundred people who data books. I forget this brother. Now think about the name of St. he wrote a book for somebody else. So I appreciate that to Steve. Go get the book, though, people Amazon dot com. It's a quick read is a short redistricted appointed ain't no fluff. But I think if you follow what's in the book, you have good relationships. You have good friendships. You have good relationships. You'll find the right person. All right. So let me. Go ahead and start off this history lesson. Now, I'm a star from the point of. At the reconstruction see can take this literally I could take this back to Africa. But I don't wanna walk. It all the way up like that that's going to take too long. So just for time sakes. A start right around the reconstruction period now. The funny thing about history and about life in general, right? Perception becomes somebody's reality. Even though the reality may not be real because of the perception people believe real this is why I laugh at all. These folks will be posting stuff on Instagram and Facebook and everything else like they think they get the greatest life in the world is because that's the perception it trying to give people that that's their reality. Okay. Now. Let me tell you something that I learned in law school that most people can you Mike in Goodison find this out to be true for yourself. Most people who's telling a story or presenting some kind of history. When they're accurate in what they're doing. They moved their hands. Even if you somebody who don't move your hands when you talk normally when you tell them a story that is accurate or you provide information is accurate. You tend to move your hands is almost like because your hands. Your hands. Remember the story as the story is being reiterated. So. Will you go to reconstruction? It was the end of coming out of slavery. We go into reconstruction for the first time in American history. You all should know this vote to own land. We get to get educated. We get to do all these different things. Now when you get to that point in time if you would ask a white person at that point in time. What did they think about black people? The response would have been there hardworking. They love America, the family people. They believe in God. And they're doing just fine. That would have been the response if you lined up ten white people that have been the response of eight out of ten white people. Now, you always going to have to like black folks, they have no matter what. Now. At this time. A reconstruction something occurred that nobody thought. Would occur as they was letting black people assimilate into the culture. What occurred was this? Black people came together, a voice got voting block and Batum having a voting block. They were able to. Literally control who was going to be running the country. Based on the needs and wants of African Americans. Now, the southern Americans. Those who are living in the south did not want it. Their problem with black people wasn't that they were black the problem that they had with black people in these other Democrats and Republicans job out away. These were the Democrats was the Dixiecrats their issue was that this group of people all of a sudden all of a sudden had power. And it was unforeseen power because they didn't think giving them the right to vote would change that much. But it changed everything in the country, politically speaking, right? Right now. When we come back, a pick it up from there and show you. How the decision they made at that moment in time. Is the reason we're where we ate at this moment in time..
Wild NFL rule allows Roger Goodell to reverse Rams-Saints outcome, but would he actually use it?
"To overturn the outcome of the game. Despite the fact that everyone in the world who watches football and watch the game knows it was a no call or a bad. No call that allowed the Rams to win the game. Here's the way the rule. Reads, the Commissioner has the sole authority to investigate and take appropriate disciplinary and or corrective measures of any club action non-participant interference or calamity occurs in an NFL game. Which the Commissioner deemed so extraordinary unfair or outside the accepted tactics encountered in professional football. That such action has a major effect on the result of the game. In other words, the NFL Commissioner. Watching the game. The other day could easily come to the conclusion that the no call was such an extraordinarily unfair situation for the New Orleans Saints that he could reverse the outcome of the game or make them play again and figure this thing out. That would be just totally amazing. But it's rule seventeen section to article one. And no one believes it Goodell would use it. But the fact is that, you know, people are reporting on it, the does exist, and it certainly would fit the the Gada gory of what we saw not happen. Not happen. But not happened in the game on Sunday. Right. So anyway, you got that out there. But I would have to ask. What would be the reaction of the public? If for the first time in the history of the game that we had a Commissioner of the National Football League or any of the sports league for that matter would actually intervene to the point that he would reverse the outcome of a game. No matter how bad the officiating was your how many calls that you would be. So you know, there's a big difference. So I will say this between the idea you're seeing a holding call and or you see a holding of a you know, a player on a play. And there's no call by the referees versus something that you know, guy gets totally wiped out with the ball coming his way in. What is I think you don't have to be the most knowledgeable fan to realize that there should have been a penalty called in an instance. So I think there's a big difference. Yeah. I've I've heard some of these football players, you know, on some of the sports shows make the claim that we as fans, and I'm certainly not an Xs no guy don't didn't play football. So I would not understand this. But they'll hear them say that fans, we always think things are holding when they're not really holding. Now, the guys I've always heard say that usually were offensive lineman. For various football teams are programs. But you know, they say, well, you think that you thought that was holding vans. Always call holding when there's not really holding and okay. Well, I'll I'll allow you to make that that comment because you know, more about it than I do. But I don't think anyone is going to question. The fact that that was pass interference and helmet to helmet, and it wasn't called. So anyway, Roger Goodell has in his purview. If he were to really push this to the extreme and reverse the decision of the game. Now that would be the I if he were to exercise. His authority entities rule that would not be my favorite outcome. I would think these play the game again. First of all it gives us another game to watch. And Secondly, it would be a precedent. Because the my knowledge it's never happened. But that would be the the most fair. Result. Right. Because you can't tell the Rams no, I'm sorry. You're not going to Atlanta the blame the Super Bowl because of this dumb miscall by the referees. So anyway. Section seventeen. Excuse me rule. Seventeen section to article one the Commissioner has the sole authority to investigate and take appropriate disciplinary and corrective measures of any club action non-participant interference or calamity, which is certainly was occurs at an NFL game which the Commissioner deems so extra ordinarily unfair. Or outside the accepted tactics encountered in professional football that such action as a major effect on the result of the game. So anyway, do you think that that applies in this case a lot of people would think that and I think, but I just it's not going to happen. But it's kind of fun to think about just because of the the reaction that you would see with this right now, they'd be happy New Orleans. No question about it. But would not be happy, Los Angeles. And I'm not sure how the fans generally you got some thoughts give us a call here. But I'm not sure how fans generally across the National Football League would would go along with that with Roger Goodell. Most people that I hear talk about Roger Goodell or not big fans of is think he's been a very weak NFL Commissioner and didn't really handle this whole issue about the Colin Kaepernick controversy. Very well. So this would be, you know, a major step out. Did those of you old enough to remember Pete Roselle a major league base-? I mean, the the NFL would you know, we would say that'd be like a Pete Rozelle move nut Roger Goodell government shutdown at thirty one days now and counting. And we had a discussion last half hour with Dr Lameiro who I think may have actually hit on something I've done a number of interviews about this government shutdown thing, but he came up with. I think is the most likely the the outcomes. Of this whole issue. And that is that this will go on a couple of more weeks, Dante below she will not give in there'll be no counter offer from the Democrats or if they do it. It won't be wanting to be taken seriously that the government will continue to function at its current situation until some of these government agencies simply cannot produce things like the food stamps, some of the other social programs that would have to be discontinued not just for about the federal employees in about whether they're getting paid, but whether some of these social programs with exist, and therefore that would put the pressure on the president did then opened up the government. And then in his defense. He's only option then would be by executive order to music funding that exists for construction redirect the money to build the wall, or at least start the. Building of the wall on the southern border. Meanwhile, Democrats would likely take that to court try to fight this and put a stoppage to his reversion of funds or diversion of funds. And then. Maybe this would make it all the way up to the US supreme court. And then this issue of whether the president has
Bacteria can be used to turn type A blood into universal type O
"Get a load of this researchers at the university of British Columbia. Thank they figured out, how to take other types of blood and converted issue universal donor type, remember it. Used to, be a we really need O-negative we really need a, positive, we really need okay basically they found. A specific type of, enzyme in our gut that's really, good, at picking out sugars that a. Different proteins, all his matters because things called antigens. Would cause us to have different, blood types simple sugars here's what they did they took that, bacteria Korea made it attack other different types of blood cells remove, those things. In the end what. They get is typo So basically if you give we've. Got a universal blood type they just. It doesn't matter it makes it makes it. A lot easier now to give it's like breaking bad. And Bram Stoker's it's all mixed in together from? Gut. Enzymes this is a lot? To follow at six fifty. One I'm right in front of you might face isn't okay what does it all, mean then it, needs. Pretty soon we're going to be able. To take. Any type? Of blood converted to the universal make blood shortages non-existent the bottom line of all? Of, this that's. Great.
Militants attack Afghan government building, at least 4 dead
"Live from npr news in washington on giles snyder in attack today on a government building in eastern afghanistan is the latest and a number of attacks that has left hundreds dead since the beginning of the year officials say at least four people were killed in the latest attack this one in the city of jalalabad jennifer glasses in kabul the afghan capital since january both the islamic state and the taliban have carried out a series of suicide bombings and socalled complex assaults involving a number of attackers more than two hundred people have died here in the capital alone and dozens more in other areas of the country that you groups using the attacks to continue to put pressure on the government police and indonesia say the suicide bombers who carried out today's attacks on three churches were members of a family of six and included two young children at least thirteen people are now confirmed dead in the attack in the city of serbia with more than forty others injured police blamed the attack on on on the attacks on a group of group inspired by the islamic state islamic state claiming last night's knife attack in paris saying the suspect shot dead by police was one of the group's fighters but providing no evidence of that one man was killed in the knife attack four others were injured the situation in in nicaragua's tents amid ongoing street demonstrations for and against the government of president daniel ortega maria martin reports the army now claims it will not repress antigovernment protesters a week of more street demonstrations and the reported deaths of three more students army spokesperson colonel munro gada wis quoted as saying the army has no need to repress protesters and is in favor of dialogue to resolve the almost monthlong crisis church leaders chosen to mediate the dialogue between the government and opposition forces have given precedent or they got until noon on monday to set a date for talks the also want international human rights groups to investigate the more than forty five.