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"geria" Discussed on Reset

Reset

06:05 min | 6 months ago

"geria" Discussed on Reset

"Quick heads up for listeners. This episode covers the issue of online child abuse. Back in January reset made an episode about child predators, using online gaming and chat websites, and at the end of that episode we did a call out to listeners, which is how we got to hear from awesome. If we don't tackle this issue, quick enough I think it would cast a long shadow on the gaming. Community has complacent sort of behavior. Awesome college is a blogger who lives in a small town in northern now Geria-. He's also Gamer and he says he's witnessed a lot of questionable behavior on multiplayer online games and chat platforms like discord. We were in the discord server, noticing the two people who were involved so the Predator and prey. They were interacting very weirdly in very sexually on this score, and in that case it was the adult just unconventionally sort of an appropriate or someone else and the other person. Not Quite understanding what that meant. We did officiate worked sort of investigate what was happening and you know this is Stephanie Child in. All of us in in in discover, we know we did not want express it explicitly. We sort of like Dylan and private, and eventually just sort of kicked out the predatory person in question, but we were all pretty disturbed to say the least. It wakened me to the reality that it happens on a larger scale. You know if this person exists. there's probably a whole lot more than out there. It fills me with disgust. It hits pretty close to home especially for me. Because my younger brother, he's about fourteen years old now you know. He plays video games to in his own discord to it makes me were for my own brother, but it makes be worried for. The young people who are playing video games. I think the issue of Chop addition should be fixed. I affirm some legislature and second. It should be also addressed by game companies, and not just game companies, but also like Chow platforms like this scored accountable for this sort of behavior, and maybe you have to do away with the pretense of a little bit of privacy to ensure that everybody everybody's safe. What, awesome is proposing to have laws to protect children and to force gaming companies to step in and fix this. That's essentially what's being proposed in the US right now, but the consequences of those particular initiatives could be far more wide reaching than you might think. Today on the show. To new bills have been proposed in the US this year to deal with the issue of online child predation, we take a look at what these bills could mean for children and for online privacy and civil liberties. I'm Ariel Zim Ross this is reset. Adi Robertson senior reporter for the verge. Catch me up on the two bills that were introduced this year to address the issue of child predation online I know. The first one was introduced in the Senate in March. Can you tell me about it? Yes, so this is the first bill. It's probably the better known one. It's called the IT act which stands for. For eliminating abusive and rampant neglect of interactive technologies, and this bill basically tries to tackle child sexual abuse by going after the companies whose platforms it's happening on its premises, sort of that companies don't have enough of an incentive to do things that would prevent children from either having sexual abuse material of the spread, or from being targeted and so it just. Strips Legal Protection Section to thirty of the Communications Decency Act it. ADDS carve out that makes these companies much more vulnerable to. And State Law enforcement around child, sexual abuse and less, they meet, either sort of nebulous defined reasonable standard or the guidelines of a team. That's going to be assembled. It's going to include the Attorney General and head of Homeland Security in the earned act WHO's responsible for stopping online child abuse who has to take action? This is about tech companies. It's about websites. If theoretically about APPs sort of about games, it's anyone. Anyone who operates a quote Interactive Computer Service Online? They would under it just face this huge new punishment unless they meet a set of standards that sort of don't really exist yet. So this is the first act that has gone really directly at stripping away legal protections if companies don't take specific actions to specifically fight online child abuse. Okay, and that's where the name comes from right. That's why it's called. Earn it. Right the idea is that section. Two thirty protections would be conditional on meeting these standards, so they would have to earn protections. And this is a thing that people have been talking about for a long time with regards to section two thirty. We just did an episode about President. Trump trying to alter section to thirty so in a way this bill is part of a much larger fight section to thirty sort of ironically was created so that sites would. Be Able to curate things on their service and know what was going on in the service without becoming liable for everything that was posted on it, so if you libel somebody on a Yelp, review then you can be held liable for liable, but yelp will not get pseudo for it, and this is a really huge issue for any company that operates either at a massive scale. Like facebook or Google or really anything that uses user generated content so newspaper sites actually have used section to thirty to protect themselves when somebody says something. That's not true in their comments.

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How congress is trying to end child abuse online

Reset

06:05 min | 6 months ago

How congress is trying to end child abuse online

"Quick heads up for listeners. This episode covers the issue of online child abuse. Back in January reset made an episode about child predators, using online gaming and chat websites, and at the end of that episode we did a call out to listeners, which is how we got to hear from awesome. If we don't tackle this issue, quick enough I think it would cast a long shadow on the gaming. Community has complacent sort of behavior. Awesome college is a blogger who lives in a small town in northern now Geria-. He's also Gamer and he says he's witnessed a lot of questionable behavior on multiplayer online games and chat platforms like discord. We were in the discord server, noticing the two people who were involved so the Predator and prey. They were interacting very weirdly in very sexually on this score, and in that case it was the adult just unconventionally sort of an appropriate or someone else and the other person. Not Quite understanding what that meant. We did officiate worked sort of investigate what was happening and you know this is Stephanie Child in. All of us in in in discover, we know we did not want express it explicitly. We sort of like Dylan and private, and eventually just sort of kicked out the predatory person in question, but we were all pretty disturbed to say the least. It wakened me to the reality that it happens on a larger scale. You know if this person exists. there's probably a whole lot more than out there. It fills me with disgust. It hits pretty close to home especially for me. Because my younger brother, he's about fourteen years old now you know. He plays video games to in his own discord to it makes me were for my own brother, but it makes be worried for. The young people who are playing video games. I think the issue of Chop addition should be fixed. I affirm some legislature and second. It should be also addressed by game companies, and not just game companies, but also like Chow platforms like this scored accountable for this sort of behavior, and maybe you have to do away with the pretense of a little bit of privacy to ensure that everybody everybody's safe. What, awesome is proposing to have laws to protect children and to force gaming companies to step in and fix this. That's essentially what's being proposed in the US right now, but the consequences of those particular initiatives could be far more wide reaching than you might think. Today on the show. To new bills have been proposed in the US this year to deal with the issue of online child predation, we take a look at what these bills could mean for children and for online privacy and civil liberties. I'm Ariel Zim Ross this is reset. Adi Robertson senior reporter for the verge. Catch me up on the two bills that were introduced this year to address the issue of child predation online I know. The first one was introduced in the Senate in March. Can you tell me about it? Yes, so this is the first bill. It's probably the better known one. It's called the IT act which stands for. For eliminating abusive and rampant neglect of interactive technologies, and this bill basically tries to tackle child sexual abuse by going after the companies whose platforms it's happening on its premises, sort of that companies don't have enough of an incentive to do things that would prevent children from either having sexual abuse material of the spread, or from being targeted and so it just. Strips Legal Protection Section to thirty of the Communications Decency Act it. ADDS carve out that makes these companies much more vulnerable to. And State Law enforcement around child, sexual abuse and less, they meet, either sort of nebulous defined reasonable standard or the guidelines of a team. That's going to be assembled. It's going to include the Attorney General and head of Homeland Security in the earned act WHO's responsible for stopping online child abuse who has to take action? This is about tech companies. It's about websites. If theoretically about APPs sort of about games, it's anyone. Anyone who operates a quote Interactive Computer Service Online? They would under it just face this huge new punishment unless they meet a set of standards that sort of don't really exist yet. So this is the first act that has gone really directly at stripping away legal protections if companies don't take specific actions to specifically fight online child abuse. Okay, and that's where the name comes from right. That's why it's called. Earn it. Right the idea is that section. Two thirty protections would be conditional on meeting these standards, so they would have to earn protections. And this is a thing that people have been talking about for a long time with regards to section two thirty. We just did an episode about President. Trump trying to alter section to thirty so in a way this bill is part of a much larger fight section to thirty sort of ironically was created so that sites would. Be Able to curate things on their service and know what was going on in the service without becoming liable for everything that was posted on it, so if you libel somebody on a Yelp, review then you can be held liable for liable, but yelp will not get pseudo for it, and this is a really huge issue for any company that operates either at a massive scale. Like facebook or Google or really anything that uses user generated content so newspaper sites actually have used section to thirty to protect themselves when somebody says something. That's not true in their comments.

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Qatar makes COVID-19 app mandatory

Newscast - Africa

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Qatar makes COVID-19 app mandatory

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My favourite tennis match

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

08:32 min | 7 months ago

My favourite tennis match

"We'RE GOING TO BE KICKING OFF. A new series and looking at some of a favor owed time tennis. Matches will also be catchy on the tennis news as well a little bit catch on with the virtual Madrid Open. That's just happened Andy. Bari Packard a virtual school as well as the news. The tennis is actually starting up again in some parts of the world in Germany. But before we get into that Kim how you doing. How is how is lockdown? Treating much the same as last week H. O. By fairly fast actually despite the lack of store which is really weird. I think I've kind of just go used to it now but having said that I did cheat in worship Madrid. I didn't won't should awful. I have to say it was. Radi my cup of tea just kind of saying it on a playstation today. What is g thing? Yeah it was a bit of kind of a completely new scenario new situation and I think it's kind of recognizes that living in these times they can open up new opportunities and of course you know this is one of them in the tennis world and I thought it was kind of really interesting to say I think in terms of what I liked. I absolutely loved the place. Be BUYING INTO IT. And procreating like the war codes Up there that the herbs to the controller I really loved that I'd like pretending to warm up thumbs and I really liked the way that kind of the players go invested in it and we're kind of really enthusiastic about getting creative and and kind of showing it off on on social media See I think that was kind of one of the things I I really liked. I saw I think it was Belinda. Bench really went. Allow it like a tennis gear. As I said could walk up the stairs a yeah just thought it was great to see getting really enthusiastic about it. 'cause we've not seen them on a TV. We're not seeing the you know what she pilots. Whatever as fans over the last few months it's just almost kind of great great to see them again really. Yeah I thought that was. That was good like the best saying the players saying the engage with the wall. I thought bench probably owned that one. I just like the little bits in the corner. We can just see their faces as they're playing. You just want to see their homes in the pack right to see what what. They've gone like their bookshelves or like. I just find it really interesting is like through the Keyhole. But he the past and that is really hyping. The stands framed in the background. Well potentially coming up in this focus on his lovely shorts but no yeah I. I didn't really like actually watching this. Nsa Watch just liked having the players kind of interacting having a bit of a laugh so that was nice to see the thing. This format would. I didn't think I'd want to see this every week. I think it would get a bit repetitive. After a while but I think it was a good kind of one off thing and obviously Andy Murray one that we should give him credit for that because he's now won the tournament on three different surfaces. If you can cool the virtual sphere surface adolphus. The Andy has donated his prize. Money half is going to the NHS and half is Gordon to the players Relief Fund. So it's obviously for Good Kohl's and Kiki burdens won the women's event as well and I think she was actually due to defend. Muhtar to say she has succeeded into that are mixed in our love. I love that idea. She's she's the non virtual virtual back to back very innovative. Double D for a champion. But yeah I think yes kind of great to see I guess. Play his Getting involved I think one of the things that I think they could have done. Better way of is the had this common tree over the top of the of the players. Now I I was kind of the point where I think it's more insightful. And more interesting if you just let the play is very commentary because Y- They are tennis players that professionals at the end of the day you'll be ready. I think what bringing up level is kind of almost kind of getting them to kind of talk about the tactics or you know that sort of that sort of level that sort of layer that. Yeah well my sick on a Royal Corps And it's like if I was doing this show in real life. I would choose to go here because of X. Y. And Said Yeah. It could be more of an educational thing as well I think what I did. I cheat and they lost connection because I was watching on light-years addicts correct show. It was just having to could LE- sort of chats while they were waiting for everything to ten on again. Did you see the I think Diego Schwarzer was best. Play at Deborrah. The savvy FIDO's but due to a weak WIFI CONNECTION. Debry a sorry. Schwartzman had to concede walkway. So I mean I love that idea. The like I think that's going to be one of the VAD. The walkover reasons happens to the best of our good today that like even top tennis players have poor Wi fi and all safely on. La has had a bit of a Jake because he said that Rafa could play because he'd like injured his back reaching for his game controller. Which and everyone believes here. I think I mean I think we believed him as well. As we've always believed tweeted about be cowed they gig for Geria- saw and I thought this this off to the best of the fortunately that was not the case. Rafeh was able to play. But we'll just very gullible but yeah if they're going to do this again like I think it could cost you on. But just every now and again maybe they do in other Walden on like Wimbledon. I different surfaces. I assume this playstation game has all the different surfaces they do girl scout one. Couldn't they maybe federal workup? That yeah that I think it could work. I think it could coexist when the tools get back up and running. I wonder if it's a sort of you know in the in the grounds of the events and you have fans can go line up for like an autograph from players and I wonder whether you could be like. There's a stand somewhere grandson for example. Oh face off against some. I player playing tennis against them. Virtually Sake I could see that happening. I know there are a few comments. The game was almost up to like up to scratch And you know whether it's the improvements to be made with with the game and you know I think I think potentially peop- governing bodies like the ATP liked the W. H. E. A. Maybe they should be looking at partnering with Game's about to really kind of Mak- licensed game like fever. Because I think you know I think this is as you said. This is very new is almost kind of this was a test and you know. I think there is appetite for it but I think there's almost kind of a lot can be done on that so a product side of it. Yeah for sure. I'm sure that's an avenue. They could possibly see going for. It's an yeah I like the idea that you could maybe have a bit of a play on it while you are an event. Perhaps if during a rain delay or something and even on Joe we actually have some real tennis. That's happened this weekend in Germany. It's kind of the first actual players of setback on cool so they've done a little exhibition featuring Dustin Brown and seven other players including randomly the British benign. Yon Shouldn't ski. Who I think is based in Germany. Anyway so yeah. That's been happening this weekend. We'll see JEB. So you fall head of other countries. Getting back to normalcy. So they've been out to do this. Little event Neko blends at the Base Tennis Academy. It's GonNa oversee how necessary health and safety measures in place. So they've obviously not touching hands at the net. They're going to touch rockets instead. There's no ballboys fans line judges. They're obviously doing it. 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"geria" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

06:40 min | 11 months ago

"geria" Discussed on Binge Mode

"There's a lot of Juku. Grievous Davis in the season a lot of republic versus separatist politicking season two is called rise of the bounty hunters interiors. Very good lots of off hunter driven. Quests we get cad bane we get Bobo we get the famous seven Samurai Amish Omar's and bounty hunters season. Three secrets revealed tremendous the stuff here. The first half of the season stitches together more cohesive chronology and information and then the second half long-term Mannequin Force. Jed that I am insights season. Three is like a little bit disorienting at first because so much of it is out of chronological order and there to watch clone wars. You can watch it and sees an order or you can watch it in chronological order and their guides all over the Internet including unofficial on on starwars. Our shot calm about what the chronological order is. If you want to watch the episode to that story since basically when you're watching for the first time just in the season order the first half half a season three is like a little on mooring but ultimately even though in the moment starring it feels a lot gaps and answers a lot of question that you have and then when you get back half of it and you're on more we're gonNA talk about some of those episodes later today. When we get to our most essential episodes of the entire experience it's awe inspiring how deep dive into the mythology and to how the force works and to what the implications of some of the questions that we always like talk about like the idea of choice in destiny? Snes what is establish. What would you have free will and agency over so season three is like it's almost two seasons put into one and it's fascinating season? Four is called battle lines in nere. Here we get an expansion of the existent conflict with new armies planets new focuses on how the conflict is impacting. Different systems in different cultures. Mangala Lombardo Zeh Geria- data mirror and more on and on and on season five is also a name but some of the best episodes the biggest emotional punches in the series or in this season You're getting in the. That's the mandal or stuff here is we'll be gone long on that in his really great and it ties together. Some stuff that had kind of been seeded out throughout the preceding absolute Now here we're starting to get yet the show runners delving into some longer form storytelling five four part are exhausted forum twenty total episodes at various Soka heavy. ABC's and leading toward her departure from the Jedi order. A fog emotional got punch and lots of Darth Maul. Yes and then season six. Six final season is called loss missions unique structure In March two thousand Thirteen Disney cancelled the series. Eventually eventually these thirteen episodes says refinished aired on Netflix dining team the show is canon thankfully but also wanted to put his own stamp on Star Wars TV with new projects like rebel. Risen will later on resistance it. We're very lucky. Given the decision to say we're finished with this. We want to make our own thing that they were able to put out these thirteen episodes. Yes is his and six and do. aww It starts off with a bit of a Tick Tock from the perspective of the clone soldiers as we head towards order sixty six six and the fives now and always Shasta Fi Tops meets like at one point. Five's is like we're not throw a soldiers like people were. He's an in individual. You can't just like get rid of him in. This isn't a great episode. Where five's discovered that air is editor inhibitor chip and is trying to figure out who did this? And what's going on. Also the fear and him when he has his own removed and he's like he doesn't know if he's going to die knowing who you are what somebody else's intending for you to do as is a obviously exponentially terrifying thing. It really strong strong strong. Start to that season. The clone wars legacy also followed disseminating the episodes. They never made it in different ways. Darth Maul Sun Dafa Mir a four episode arc that was turned into a four issue. Comic Great Comic highly recommend reading it. If interested in mall or mother Tollackson worth read also a heart wrenching moment where Obi Wan cries and reflects on sixteen devastating Crystal Crisis Isis. On Europol at Matt's of the four episodes are on the BLU ray and on Youtube. That's a jarring visual experience because it's not fully rendered animation. So you want an advocate and like they don't blink. They have holes in their next limit to start brands. Also go horror film version of it. I found myself really lamenting the fact. The Dat for episode Arc had not been fully finish and realize put out as official episodes in season six because four episodes roads were OBI WAN and Anikin run around together and talk about their feelings. I mean anikin talks about how he misses Soka in these episodes which is so important Cornyn so crucial in the Khyber still element of it. There's this massive guy identity that grievous is pursuing and that they're trying to use obviously to power their weapons and it's just it's that actually feels essential and I wish that we had gone to see the fully realized version. But it's cool that you can go find the bad batch of four episode anime attic on starwars dot com. And you'll find YouTube. The I'm a little bit of a lightweight when it comes to our elements at the moment this where you I see echo and see what he looks like and what they've done him again to your earlier point about humanizing the clones. That's a really tragic moment for seeing. How literal is the idea of a human being turned into a machine in that world was and it's very upsetting but the bad batch which itself those four clone soldiers who do not fit the mold perfectly and have different power different abilities different physicality that really cool getting to know those characters characters and then dark disciple aid turned into a Christie golden novel which focused on venturous and Quinlan boss? That's when when venturous has abandoned. Her life has dupuis apprentice out. There bounty hunting Elaine venturous this just too much flipflop I like it and I appreciate the fact that her character actor Salish is that you don't have to be lost forever. You know you can eventually come back and fuck a jet. I I thought it would be. We'll talk about later. But the chemistry St Extremely Light Bow. Fuck right now. It's bound.

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"geria" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"geria" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Next to France Ukrainian President Ballade Amuse Alinsky and Russian in President Vladimir Putin met in Paris on Monday for landmark peace talks. The two leaders agreed to a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine and the full withdrawal of troops by March. They also agreed to release all prisoners detained in the five-year conflict by the end of the year Muslim. What's worse q ten described the agreement as an important first step to easing tension in the region? The conflict in eastern Ukraine began and when Russia invaded the command peninsula Putin came to Paris hoping to secure promises of autonomy for areas now controlled by Moscow backed act separatists but Dolinsky wants to regain control of his country's borders before agreeing to regional elections. They left without an agreement comment on those issues. The lansky described the outcome as a tie. And all it's finally we end today a day. In Finland Santa Marine became the world's youngest head of state Tuesday when she took the oath of office Prime Minister The thirty four year rolled told reporters she never thinks about her age or gender just the reason she got into politics marine will leader centre-left governmental for parties. RT's all of them are headed by women. Another governmental I. That's this week's wall tour for old radio On easy he carry reporting reporting from Abu John Lane Geria- Doctors tell us to reduce stress in our lives but what about cows a farm just outside of Moscow is fitting cows with virtual reality headsets. It's all part of an experiment. You you see Russia's Ministry of Agriculture points to research that suggests calmer happier cows produce more milk. And they're hoping that just maybe high-tech will make for heard of blissed out bovines. It's not clear just yet if dairy production is up but overseers noted reduced anxiety and improved overall all emotional mood in the hurt so you may wonder what are the cows watching other. VR headsets. Well it's sort of a cow version of old reruns of green acres. They're seeing a simulation of a.

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Explainer 173: Will west Africa finally get its single currency?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:23 min | 1 year ago

Explainer 173: Will west Africa finally get its single currency?

"Much of europe is now twenty years give or take into an experiment in currency union across different and indeed those countries eleven you nations formally adopted the euro on new year's day in nineteen ninety nine and we're joined by grace two years later they europe is our morning if your morning if these our future be first euro coins and by notes will shoot you off the bat today nineteen used twenty eight countries used the euro as to costa vote in montenegro outside it do so the nations of west africa have coin base to draw upon is the result to take similar plunge we are by now familiar with upsides ease of travel and cross border columbus the removal of the fear the particular countries difficulties might run it's currency unattractive even useless we also greece specially will understand the downsides inability to unilaterally adjust interest or exchange rates money supply in response to economic turbulence fifteen west african countries have decided the advantages outweigh the drawbacks unplanned to crack home with currency union next year these new units will go by disappointingly prosaic name of the echo an abbreviation of echo walls be acronym representing the economic community of west african states from a purely aesthetic endel romantic perspective this means sadly that's such evocative currencies as cake the as cuter the gambia is the laci nigeria's niagara on guns saturday will be consigned to collect the capital of being echoed might appear mealy an extension of an already extant idea eight francophone west african african countries have been using these same currency for decades be west african frank underpinned by the treasury of france and now pay to euro it is however rob the more complicated than that negotiation towards the echo or something of the sort have been stumbling alone fumbles in thirty years it was first supposed to launch in two thousand and three and then again in two thousand and five two thousand and ten and two thousand and fourteen and it is not just for the dictates the debate against it actually happening in two thousand and twenty might prove insured investment difficulty is the country's hoping to join me echo will have to meet some exacting targets including but not limited to annual inflation on the ten percent budget deficit under three percent external reserves worth more than three months of imports by some some reckonings only look beria meets all the conditions and that's according to figures from three years ago which might not presently tell us much libby areas inflation three years ago was roughly eight percent balloons lost year paused twenty eight percent none of the country's met all this offer interior however the average got some of these zone improved doing here on wbz is even if as has been suggested it is not necessary for old perspective members to join me echoed once you already here is the once it's up and running countries joined when they qualify as has a could euro there are still those with reservations some echo walls members specifically all of them except geria what reason unified fired currency will further entrenched regional economic dominance of nigeria making kind of germany off the set up indeed even more so nigeria accounts fully twothirds of west africa gdp it is argued in other cultures west africa has all the problems but it needs to seoul before embarks on such grand utopian visions as he's single currency like v toll roads impenetrable bureaucracy and divisive corruption the moving goods even within one country i mean massive unavoidable headache also far from clear the country's which usually west african frank a team to give it up these people uncomfortable currency has lately in courage considerable the dribble investment in the likes of send the goal unquote devolved and those those countries may be reluctant to say this out loud letting the undeniable competitive advantage over their fellow west african nations hoping to join in echoed in the economic arguments for the echo might be rickety v idea has another powerful appeal but this would be an african currency circulated under ministration by africans and detached from any

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Algeria and Argentina Certified Malaria-Free By WHO

UN News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Algeria and Argentina Certified Malaria-Free By WHO

"More countries are officially free, from one of the world's leading killers malaria, the U N health agency WHO an instant Wednesday that the disease is no longer prison to in geria- and Argentina. WHO guidelines say that the country can be said to be malaria free, if it can prove that it has interrupted transmission of the disease for at least three consecutive years. In Argentina's case malaria was last reported in twenty ten in JIRA. The disease last surfaced in twenty thirteen the moment follows years of improved surveillance, free diagnosis and treatment, and both countries that has allowed for every last case of malaria, to be rapidly identified and treated WHO said in a statement. Malaria, is contracted through the bite of an infected mosquito. It's estimated to have claimed more than four hundred thousand lives in twenty seventeen

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Pakistan, Nausea And Afghanistan discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Pakistan, Nausea And Afghanistan discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"Polio vaccinations in Pakistan has sickened hundreds of schoolchildren, according to Pakistani officials say the children were taken to the hospital after complaining of nausea and vomiting after being given the vaccine they angry family members responded by storming local health facility in for shower on Monday, and then setting an unfair the incident deals another blow to efforts to a radical the disease which have been hindered by widespread distrust in some areas, Pakistan, neighboring, Afghanistan and geria- are the only three countries where polio still

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"geria" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

13:18 min | 1 year ago

"geria" Discussed on WRVA

"What was supposed to be joyful? Easter Sunday was marred by a horrific wave of his Lama critical. Terra bloodshed heartbreaking that a country which strives to hard for peace in recent years has been targeted by these terrorists. We mourn the loved ones of the victims some of them, we can confirm were indeed US citizens. This is America's fight to I spoke with the prime minister Sri Lanka this morning. And our embassy and other parts of government offering all possible systems to Americans in the Sri Lankan government alike. Any evildoers? Be brought to Justice expeditiously in America's prepared to support that. We also stand with millions of Lankan's who support the freedom of their fellow citizens to worship as they please. We take confidence knowing that not even atrocities like this one will deter them from respecting religious freedom today, our nation grieves with the people, and we stand committed resolve to confront terrorism together. All right. That's secretary estate. Mike Pompeo news roundup information overload hour, nearly three hundred people killed in the Sri Lanka attacks over the weekend. And we know it started at eight forty five AM. This is Easter Sunday morning bombs tearing apart three separate churches three separate hotels. It was another explosion at a housing complex US embassy confirmed at least four US citizens killed out of the nearly three hundred Sri Lankan police now have twenty four suspects in custody appears that they have carried out suicide bombs, but on top of that and the twenty four people in custody police said they discovered eighty-seven detonators apparently abandoned at a private bus stand in the capital, and the government has ordered around the clock security at all churches, we know no claim of responsibility, Wall Street Journal points out and by the way, whenever you see multiple attack. It has the fingerprint of Islamic militants. They point to Sri Lanka points to Islam militants in this Easter bombing attack themselves, and we do have apparently some information that would support or suggest and international network is involved in this and officials suggesting that there was some advanced knowledge of terror plot in tree Lanka that intelligence may have ignored. Why I don't know. Anyway, it is just devastating. And yeah, this is our fight. It's always going to be our fight. Unfortunately for the entire world. It's the US that beats back fascism and communism and Nazism and imperial Japan. And now radical Islamist that want to kill innocent people. We've seen it happen in this country too often three thousand people nine eleven we had many attacks warning us beforehand, the embassy bombings in Kenya. Tanzania people forget about it. The USS Cole. The first Trade Center bombing all is a lead up to nine eleven two thousand and one. And remember the nine eleven reports that they were at war with us. We were not at war with them. We didn't take it seriously enough. Anyway, joining us Patrick pool, he is the national security correspondent for PJ media. Matthew Hyman is with us senior fellow associate director for global studies at the national Security Institute at George George Mason university's Anthony Scalia law school. Thank you both Patrick. Let's start with the latest and what we know as we're pretty convinced of who's responsible for this. But the number of church bombings around the globe. Especially Christian churches, we had the the mosque and sit in New Zealand, but the number of Christian churches, astronaut, Michael this point. Yes. Sean, and in fact, synagogue too. Yeah. Because we have Easter coming up this coming weekend. They follow a week behind this year and the conflict of acts in in Egypt, which is the largest population of Christians in the Middle East half, the Christians live in Egypt and just two years ago. They suffered a chew suicide bombings at churches, including one targetting pope Todd rose, the head of the Coptic church on Sunday. So there's a lot of concern about something happened Egypt, or you know, in Syria. Where's the the eastern orthodox churches are coming up on Easter, and Sean it's remarkable hail? This bombing was but it could have been worse because we found out that a six foot height bomb had been discovered unexploded at the airport, and then the smoothing. They were defusing a bomb inside a van parked outside a church in Colombo and the binding scared it they refused. No one was injured. But this could have been even worse than what it is. Well, that's even more chilling. Yeah. I mean, the bus stop and in particular, Matthew, let's get your take on it. Well, I think this also points out as you noted in your lead up to the story on the dysfunction that may well exist in this relaunch and government in terms of sharing intelligence and information between intelligence organizations police organizations and other security groups because as you noted the news reports discuss this intelligence being available to those folks over a week ago two weeks ago, and it doesn't look like much action was taken. And so, you know, obviously, a very unfortunate circumstance, especially when you have this many doubts and as many injuries as a result. I think the other thing that comes out of story is there. Given that they are pointing to organizations which is called national throw each of which is apparently a local radical Islamist organization in Sri Lanka. There's a strong sense that either out Qaeda or Islamic state must be connected to it because the scale and sophistication of these taxes quite remarkable to pull off, you know, multiple sites coordinated tax. You know, it takes a certain amount of organization and logistics. And I know you've been monitoring the attacks on on churches and synagogues around the world, and that seems like exponentially now in the last year and a half or so these attacks have gone way up unfortunately were in the cycle where houses of worship, whether you're talking about the horrible attacks against the mosques in Christ's church or the attacks against Christian and Catholic churches around the world that seems to be the method of attack right now. And it's a it's a horrific circumstance. Yeah. And I know Patrick you. Well, you this is what you do you've been following it. How how much is a grown? Yeah. I mean, we've seen these attacks during Christian holidays going back to twenty twelve in Boca in JIRA. When when the Obama administration told congress that, you know, this this isn't a religious inspired violence bombing churches on Easter, and we seem my geria- Kenya, Pakistan, Egypt Philippines, a whole series of these bombings and one of the important things. And I'm sure that investigators internationally not just in Sri Lanka are looking at is that this group this national he'd Jim odds also included as we you. And I've talked about previously this group included. Isis guys would return from Syria. And in fact, a one the guys was all on scene who's been identified. He active face book account. Where he was hosting ISIS literature literally for years, which goes to the whole intelligence failure question, which they're going to have to answer. We we all get that. And I guess, you know, we've had this happen before. But from my understanding is, you know, we we have intelligence sharing again, even with countries, maybe we weren't as closely aligned with over the years like we've never had before the sharing of intelligence supposedly we were to fix the intelligence in our country. I still can't for the life of me Patrick understand thirty years of the ability of hackers to get into our government business. And it still happens that we haven't built a defense strong enough yet to prevent it that to me is a huge national security risk. But it's just sounds too much like nine eleven it's like they're at war with us. They're doing all these things, and we're not or maybe it says that we have to get it. Right. Every time and it's hard. One one thing that we've talked about previously are these long series of known wolf attacks. I mean in virtually all these international terrorism incidents, you see that long had most of these individuals on their radar beforehand. And and no one's really willing to address that issue even here in the United States that long gets this information and the ability to to process, it's individual to accurately gauge the level threats. He's just been consistently bad across the board. Well, I mean, I guess Matthew. You would think like, for example, we talk about the ISIS caliphate. I mean all of that land that they had taken serious gone. It's they have been literally shoved into the ground and a lot of it took a lot of a lot of intelligence and a lot of bombs to take out those people that were responsible. We went right back to the first town that they had captured, and we we moved them out. They're gone or dead. And it seems worldwide these networks still keep popping up, and or you have the lone wolf syndrome. But in this case, it seems like a lot of sophisticated plotting, scheming and planning went on here. Certainly appears that way. And I think that the way you just articulated what happened with the geography in Syria, and in western rock is right in the sense of the Islamic state doesn't control that geography and the people that control it are either gone or their dad now, the people that are gone have either returned home, or they're still, you know, in spider whole, hanging out inspiring others to gauge acts and creating networks that allow these acts to come to fruition. And so that's the problem is the ideology is still around there people that still adhere to this view of the world and willing to support local organizations like the one in Sri Lanka and terms of pulling off his attacks. Which means our intelligence functions have to be as as as you noted almost perfect in terms of stopping every one of these. And that's a tough task. Listen, it's like, you know, after nine eleven we have to be right. Every time. They obviously, you know, they just have to, you know, get that one chance, you know, Patrick O back to nine eleven and go back to post nine eleven go back to I know we had a big debate in the country over of enhanced interrogation techniques. People think everybody was waterboarded. In fact, they're only three people one of them was Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and one of the great discoveries was that even though bin Laden is evil as he was wasn't stupid. And by that we learned about the courier that he didn't use any internet. He didn't use any computers of any kind that he he communicated only through that Currier, we got to the courier we've found bin Laden. Sean going back even further to the Afghan. She hod where you had the so called Arab Afghan showing up in after the conflict. They ended up basically, creating the international network. We now known mill is out Qaeda. Well, I. I think we're going to see the same function now with the demise of of ISIS in Syria in a wack is a lot of these guys have just kind of right out. All we have ISIS guys that the FBI knows about already back in the United States and Canada, you know, and and a lot of western countries are grappling with how do we handle these guys? Because in a lot of cases, you don't have the evidence to convict him. In course, what do you do? And you know, there's impact it was a report in the Sunday Times yesterday in the UK when they've discovered information about guys who are removing people in and out of Europe. So this is going to be an ongoing, and these places of worship are going to continue to be perceived by as targets of opportunity, and you know with its. It's going to be a serious ongoing problem. I agree with stay right there. And we'll..

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 Sudan's military ousts president in face of protests

BBC Newshour

03:44 min | 1 year ago

Sudan's military ousts president in face of protests

"Months of protests on the streets of the capital co two and other towns and cities the anger directed at President Obama shit who's been in power for three decades will go he's under arrest told in the army is taking over his the Sudanese. Defense minister general on what if speaking on state TV just about an hour ago would like five the time to chat of the Security Council that the regime of the regime has been removed being held in a secure place with within in the studio, the BBC's Africa at its Fergal, Keane, he's gone, but what happens next who's in charge. Carry the military who are in charge of the moment. You said a few moments ago. People will be wondering what the opposition's viewpoint is what I can tell you in the last few minutes issued a statement saying they reject any idea of military takeover, and they called for the protests continue I think that's because people have had the experience of watching what happened in Egypt. They've looked L geria- and the general tendency of territory regimes not just in Africa. But but certainly in swathes of of inflexible endurable, and Kenny if you like in the way that they can take over from a mass protest movement appear to. To be moving towards democracy. But essentially keep the same kind of system in place. That's what hugely worries people. Now, if you do get tens of thousands of people who stay on the streets, hundreds of thousands of people confrontation of some kind with this new military leadership is inevitable. Remember, they've talked about a curfew or people into those. They've talked about a state of emergency for three months people keep to the terms of the state of emergency and above all are they going to tolerate any suggestion that the future of the country is going to be defined decided by the military yet. Again, just thinking about the man who made that announcement, the defense minister, isn't he called the circle? Anyway, I mean, it's very hard to have been part of the inner circle of Omar el-bashir over the last decade or more not be contaminated with the extraordinary brutality, which that regime was capable of. We saw in Dr forest for myself on the ground in Darfur, we saw in south Sudan during before the country became independent in the civil war. There we saw in the new amount. Mountains, it is looking around there and trying to find the good guys was always going to be difficult. It's only in the in the hours on days ahead that we will see whether to cynic liberal to skeptical of whether there is the possibility of more moderate younger officers coming to the fore because remember they were the ones who went protected the demonstrators in the last few days when they were attacked by regime loyalists the fact that I'm el-bashir has been toppled. I mean again, and we we should minimize this is hugely significant given the his grip on power for so long. Absolutely. The only it's all about about minimizing minimizing is about recognizing that this is a really fluid dynamic situation. And we don't know if the protesters who started in December. I remember this is comparatively short space of time. They start into Semper simmering discontent over over years of corruption and repression no sparked into action by the tripling of bread prices. And then they gather force. They've become a very cohesive movement. You know able to articulate coherent demands and apply pressure where matters and critically capable of mobilising vast numbers of people so to remove him and to see the thirty years of that dictatorship has been through people power. Let's not forget how this happened through people power pressure on the army. It is immensely significant. But we now need to see where the people are goes where the pressure will be applied. Thanks Africa, editor Fogel king

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"geria" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"geria" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"You can take that really that our legal here in the US that I get in Nigeria, and it helps shed that there quickly. So if you are interested, let me know, and so at this point, just the, you know, if you read the text messages, he's actually texting him they're talking about the Tricia, they're talking about the workout planet all of that in the. Midst of one of the techs, which you know is intact. If you read it, you says, can you actually, hey, meet up with me, you know, wanna talk to you face to face because he wants to tell him to get these salaries from Nigeria and he didn't wanna put that in tex-. He was just being cautious and thought, you know, when I see him I'll tell them rather than, but you know, it's absurd. When you think of that being techs led to all of this in the context of what they're talking about. And much like the sandwich. That's definitely makes sense. Now. And I've just people listening to send me horrible tweets. I'm really here trying to figure out what makes what is possible and what's not possible. So when you hear their version of on the low, you go why would you need to talk to your personal trainer on the low and less? It's winter wealth, your personal trainers going in geria- and who's going to get you some human growth hormone. And you didn't want this out out in the whatever sphere? Then you could. And I'm not saying it absolutely was. I'm just saying we have a context now. So might avation what would be the motivation for these fellows able and his older brother to do this. And that's I mean, that's a great question because you really have to not even just what what their motivation would be. But you have there. You know, both possible motivation. So what their motivation with the against keep in mind? These are two brothers who came forward when all this happened. And put out a statement. We're not homophobic, you know, and strongly took that position. And shortly after it was revealed that there was in fact, hope not only homophobic from their Twitter account from several years ago, but two independent people came forward from empire and said, you know, able actually made extremely homophobic comments early on was, you know, been on the show where quite surprising. You know, the word it and saying I would never friends with someone who is gay taking a really song homophobic stance on thing. And so, you know, that came out, and then, you know, talking to jussie I found out that you know, in able had been hanging out a lot, and they were friends, and you know, he was narcissist. But they were actually finds and they would socialize go out about ten days before the incident able actually. We spent the night at just he's place, and my theory is that, you know, the older brother who lived with able thaw that his younger brother didn't come home started. Wondering what this relationship really is. And keep in mind Abels also playing the role on the show. He's the stand afford jesse's eleven threats. And so I think you know, it's one thing he's playing the key this character. Now, he's hanging out with us openly game and spent the night there. So I think he starts making himself. You know, what's really going on? Tina gland Deon with the theory that's road down Syria motive, well, very theory. All right. I'm in would. But so I don't know differ finished. I think it was kind of a test of the older brother testing, the younger brother, you know, they're leaving for Nigeria, and I think he wants to make sure the understand this relationship. And it's not what you know, he fears might. It's a it's it's definitely a theory. It's certainly bunch information. We really have before. I I don't know if you know, and I don't know if you can express it if you do know it, but I've had plenty dude. Spend the night at my bachelor pad because they drink too much and didn't get laid and ended up passing out like on the sofa kind of thing do with their relationship. Or was it a crash so? Older brother would have thought because jesse's openly gay, and you know, the brothers playing a love interest out a lot like who closeted been accused..

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"geria" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"geria" Discussed on 1A

"His fifth time. He's eighty two TV pictures of him show him to be kind of confined to a wheelchair. It looks like and very out of it. And he's run this place as sort of an authoritarian, you know, sort of the electoral dictatorship as it were. And people are sick of it. The problem is how geria- went through a very nasty civil war in the mid nineties two hundred thousand people were killed. And so I think one of the reasons that Algierians have didn't go down the route of the Arab spring as I saw was happening in neighboring countries had already gone through their own civil war, and what reluctant to kind of create the conditions that might precipitate another civil war. But hey, we are again and beautifully. Go. You know? I mean, he's. Not an impressive leader at this point. He does I I'm not sure you can even speak the TV pictures. I've seen him suggest that he's completely out of it. Let me get to a story out of India this week Indian prime minister Narendra Modi said that India had shot down a satellite with a missile, the advanced technology. That's required to do. This would vault India into an elite group of nations it's been seen as a shift in the balance of power in a region that can be unstable in that regard. And the Pentagon confirmed this test rub before we talk about the security impact of this. There's also political impel implication for render Mody because there are elections coming up. That's right. And the election start in about three weeks time, these are elections that are they lost for about five weeks. I mean, if you think the American election season is long and expensive think about India, the second most expensive elections in the world, the most number of people voting in history nine hundred million people, it's a very big election, and it's sort of a referendum on KOMO the as such because he's been in power for five years, and he came to power promising a whole swath of things that would imply. Move infrastructure in India creating jobs for millions of Indians, you know, putting a smartphone. And every Indians hand he had all these promises. And you know, many would say he hasn't come good on all of those promises. So in the last couple of months, we've seen some very interesting developments on that front. One was India and Pakistan nearing the brink of war and right around about that time, the Indian media was whipping up a lot of jingoism in public sentiment that was both anti-pakistan, but pro the government of the time, which was these government, which then led many to think that you know, maybe Moulvi has a good chance of being elected because of pro-government sentiment at a time of crisis. And so that there are critics who say that the timing of this particular announcement why announce that you've got this big new missiles that can shoot down sidelights in space today. Why this week why not wait for a few more weeks? And and so if that is. Is the case? I mean all signs point to the fact that young Indians like this kind of stuff they like to appear to be strong. They like India to be seen as muscular to be competing, not just with Pakistan, but with China, which is one of the other countries that has this kind of technology. So on the one hand, I mean, this is significant in that similar to having nuclear weapons this elevates India into a very league club of countries that have space capabilities, but the timing is a bit suspect. And I do think it will have an impact on the elections. We've been getting a lot of great questions from several of you about some stories that we've talked about in the round up. I want to back up to a few of them. But I dare I wanted to get your reaction to something that Facebook announced this week Facebook announced that it will ban white nationalist and white separatist rhetoric from its platform. Now, the social network had already banned white supremacy rhetoric and historians and advocates say there's not really an extensible difference between white. Nationalist, white separatist white supremacist at least not in terms of how the rubber meets the road. But this news comes two weeks after a series of shootings at mosques in Christ's church..

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Nigeria refugees too traumatized to return as UN News witnesses thousands fleeing over Cameroon border

UN News

02:41 min | 1 year ago

Nigeria refugees too traumatized to return as UN News witnesses thousands fleeing over Cameroon border

"This is my wells at UN news. Well, Nigerian refugees are too traumatize to return anytime soon, according to a senior official from the UN humanitarian affairs office ocher talking to you news on the border with Cameroon around thirty five thousand fled from extremist violence in the northeast Nigerian town of ran in just the past two weeks with dozens killed during a large scale, Boko haram assault today's ago, will they not Jerry enforces have reportedly taken back control said Oprah's Joan Sebastian muni Daniel Dickinson was at the border for you a news on Friday and began by asking Mr. muni to describe the scene around them. Why it's what we used to call an massive influx of populations in distress. I mean, there is people have crossed for their safety. And right there you can see hanging around. There was a lot of fucking edition coming to help. But it's very what we call an acute emergency. We have around us about twenty seven thirty thousand people that just arrived, and what services are they being provided. With what delpoyed did will services in all sectors that out of acute emergencies response, but not in quantities fall? So we have to scale up, and then we will be Leising resorts human resource for show resource and goods right now, the the stocks out in shorts to cope with the demands. Do you get a sense of how fearful the people here? All what's happened to them. Yes. Unfortunately of it since two days ago. Again, we have confirmed report of people being killed in Iran where they came from. Buchwara? I'm for instance, used to kill the man and send a spouse bike here. Just to bus under message to they want to pass through right? Nor ran is in the hand of the Nigerian government. But yet these people are too traumatized to return in any way, sooner or later. Traumatized. You think they are? Well, it's hard to imagine. Once he would up into you. You lost your gut's or you can save some goods, but look around very few. Indeed. And it was not the first attack in ran on the fourteenth of January. There was sailed one in ten months role, which means that at some point the fear is over even you will stay in your own country. I mean, you really here looking for security and safety. And that's it. Are you hopeful for what happens next? Well, I'm concerned of what can happen next. I'm hopeful for these people because yes, we're gonna take care of them in much better way in the coming days and weeks, but not so hopeful that the situation was will improve in geria- was what happened with bookworm for for the last months.

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"geria" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"geria" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Limerick guy says Shawn's food wasn't the only thing that was fried. Hey, who are you to come? That's medicine man Vinci here the guy. Everybody to each his own. Whatever gets you through the night Limerick guy on the back of the prescription box. That says do not cook fried food while medication not operate heavy machinery or the fryolater. I mean, I wouldn't trust myself with the fryolater if I was one hundred percent sober. They're already so risky. That's your choice. When you know, you're gonna get stoned is like something fried stick with like, a PB and J besides you could you can order take out from just about anywhere these days hub. I totally agree. Okay. So now for our two winners thief, hid four Rolexes in body cavity and accuse hit four stolen Rolexes in her south delays, geria- Brooklyn's. Makoko we have a spelling for on her first name D E L A J U R E A. Oh, okay. It's a very common name. She swiped. Five watches valued at one hundred eight thousand dollars what happened to the fifth watch. They found the fifth watch. Will they found all four of them? Another another orifice or was a lie. You'll find out from a man she had met at a Miami Beach club when the victim wait he had he had five watches. Hi, how did he get the watches? Well, he's a businessman. Ray-ban stealing watches, Raymond de as he used the bathroom around five AM. And that's when she took the watch AM, which we're in timing, which were inside of all look better closing time as the old country song goes which were inside of a Laura crown, Royal whiskey bag Brucan, all this is all falling into place. She then did they have any razors in the in the bag though. She. Let's see then fled the room with Diaz in hot pursuit, confronted Brooklyn's. Oh, so he confronted Bergens issues. Trying to hail a taxi. She allegedly began striking him in the head. He must been thinking of south. Hey acsi. Boy, did I picked the wrong girl at the club. Having a bad time. Why didn't she call a Neuberger while officers found twenty two thousand dollar hob lot watch in the coin crown Royal bag two seven says time flies when you're having fun. There remaining arrived in my brain for a time partner couldn't find it though there were meaning for watches were unaccounted for the watches. However turned up in Brooklyn's was being booked into the county jail. They found the four washes stashed inside the Miami resident. To watch. Now, listen to this. This is the interesting part. Brooklyn's has previously been convicted of resisting an officer with violence aunt and prostitution. She has the word whore. Tattooed on her left forearm. Really brought this over the where did they meet by the way, MRs senior has. The Miami Beach club the Miami Beach club. I'm sure mom awful proud of that Horta tattoo. Okay. And lastly, this is an international story Saudi authorities closed down shop selling traditional camel, urine drinks. Oh, I saw this. This is a great story after discovering the owner had been filling the bottles with his own bodily waste, so. And I I read this. I'm so naive. I read this. I and I was like, oh, that's not that interesting. The guy selling urine camel urine, that's gross. But what early? It's a big thing in the Middle East. I didn't realize that the part of the story that's growth, isn't that? He's selling camel urine. It's that he you can sell camel your, and that's like a common thing you mix it with milk there. And it's it's kind of like a cool ginger ale right, anyway, let me get back to the story here. A shop selling traditional camera your drinks after discovering the organizational as opposed to new Vall nouvelle, they they confiscated more than seventy full. Bottles. The practice of drinking camels urine mixed with milk is pleased today back centuries while some insisted has health benefits thinkers, the first person to try this. Hey, Ali come over here. I listen, you could try well, who's the first person to really sense that something is going awry like you tasted. And you're like this. And.

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"geria" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

WHOREible Decisions

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"geria" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

"Having that makes me go on Iro's, and she has a limit of six, but you won't know like, you don't know what number you are unless maybe you get an early in the morning, but then she could have had a really late night. Call. So that makes sense when when when all of my friends when we're on seeking arrangement I've been on there. It's it's a lot of scams now on there a lot of cameras or it's a lot of men on there that are on. They're not looking for quote unquote professionals, but they're also not looking to pay that allows because they do want girlfriends and relationships, and it's like, my nigga you on the wrong side swipe on tender. It's really frustrating. But also, and I do wanna make this announcement while we're speaking on seeking arrangement a lot we've been getting a lot of messages asking about seeking. I will say if anyone is on their asking for your Bank account information that is not the way sugaring or any of this works. So do not ever send your Bank account information over there either. Well, and if you're looking for cash, either meet him up on a date and ask for the cash or you. Can't do like a cash app that's the safe route. But if they're saying they can do cash apper pay Pao then on trust. Trust. What What are are you you doing doing? it for because so it's a scam? So they're the dating scam. And I only know this because I fucking tonight geria- learned about it. But it's called dating and basically Nigerian dating the scam. So Nigerians will get on their using pictures. Sometimes they do use women as decoys like for the phone calls, and they build relationships with men to send the money. So they'll send the bitch. No money, man. So or a lot of what do you mean, they they get their Bank accounts? And now they have credit card. It's like a part of the credit cards. Now, they can literally I don't know what technology they do to use it. But they'll either get your Bank account information or for the other gaming part. This is four men possibly seeking women. They'll do it to where. Now, they'll have a man like you who wants a woman, but sending her money without ever meeting her type of night. So there's that. But I don't know. I guess do you wanna go heading jump into our our home L segment? Or did you have any other questions? I didn't want to know about your worst experience to worst experience. Did you ever have someone that wasn't who they said they were like how did you get them? You get a little less than that. Right. I think I would imagine. Then you don't like tender or some shit bitches are tongue alike. Enhance their appearance a little bit. I mean, they definitely put it for their best put foot forward in their profile. But. Find ways to mitigate that like, you know, like was he is Graham, whatever only fifty me after six I would I don't that's going on. I don't like giving my Instagram out from seeking regiment or Tinder sites. I couldn't imagine being on sugar baby saying giving my Instagram then you kind of like reveal yourself. Yeah. I wouldn't do that. What's the closest you got to sugar baby? Have you ever taken one family vacation? You know flown is like places. Okay. You vacation home. Okay. I mean, okay. I hear you. But not like, I keep those worlds separated and work, women's Gotcha. Do they know your real name? Yeah. I'm not like, I'm not fucking bad, man. Right. Super..

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"geria" Discussed on The Read

The Read

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"geria" Discussed on The Read

"Check them out. I love him so much. I cannot say enough good things about talks base in the whole practice of therapy in general. Some check a macho, and let's wrap up the show. Okay. It's time for the read. It is gone. Do you wanna go first? I'll go first. I have just a couple of things to mention this week. I. There is a white girl, of course, isn't it? Always why girl named Courtney Schaeffer? Whose student at Georgia Southern university sounds like a pistol, and you know these days with the kids and the social media's that they're obsessed with these new roommates get each other's information before they move into the dorms, they get each other social media profiles, other cell phone numbers. So Courtney has a black roommate or future black roommate and she accidentally texted this future black roommate to say her, Instagram looks pretty normal, not to niggers. Meaning that she was texting somebody else about this black friends, Instagram and fucking dumber accidentally said or not accidentally said, but said her. The looks normal not turns, so it's what is really bad about it like that is bad enough fucking, but then she turned around and said, oh my God, I am so sorry. Holy crap. Damn, you spell chick? Yes. Damn you spellcheck. She actually said that she was trying to say, trigger ish, aka nothing about your Instagram, raised a red flag, but autocorrect Chato hereditary. Is one of the non-customers bitches on the face of all as omnibus. No, you have to fight with apple for years to get them to stop changing nigger tonight. Geria- or niggardly anything else they the iphone does not want you to say nigger, it doesn't. You have to. You have to be the type of person to type nigga a lot like me in order for your phone. Just see nigga. It'd be like, all right. Okay. Which lets me know that you have written niggers so many times in your phone for triggering into my, you know what? It's going to change to triggering because that is a word whereas trigger is not trigger ish. This point number to trigger should not award little girl. So you mean to tell me that series, oh, Hayden s will never let you can't even say, fuck with up. Siri changing. It's a duck, but she changed your trigger ish. Not a word to nigger is not a word. Is that what you want me to believe? So the new girl has since the lead all her social media accounts trigger fish. I. I don't think that they, I don't think she has been kicked out of school mainly because she has not even started school. So. I don't know that she will face any disciplinary actions. She will certainly not be rooming with this black girl. Everyone's best whose name I believe is. Noi Markelle hope. I didn't fuck that up. No wonder, oh, you fucking bid. Let right. What a fucking bitch. Be. So you did it, okay, you did it. You texted the wrong person happens to a lot of us. You talk to the wrong person with some blatant racism. Okay. Maybe only happens to white people, but still you can't be the only one, but two then turn around and be like, actually, I think river. Rich bitch, don't play a battle series. The jobs, none of them engineers over apple. Did that you did that? Don't try to tell us that you wrote one thing and autocorrect hiring. It'll be raise him van on top of them. So mental? Yeah, love blame. It. Shouldn't autocorrect autocorrect simply did not do on her beginning on everybody's nerves, but the Australian ended up blaming it. However, like I tell you all the time, if you would review what you wrote before before you posted it or sent it and understand when you text friends, he'd probably knots, plenty. Going back, editing yourself, tweeting something. I get it. I get host, but blaming autocorrect over a non word being substituted for another non word that dog won't hunt..

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"geria" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"geria" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In a public toilet laugh all you want by the time you get to the last all you really get a sense of the icelandic rock and roll seen through the years then iceland falls behind tonight geria and i think maybe i've been going about this all wrong i've been rooting for iceland because they're an underdog country of three hundred forty five thousand people and all that maybe i should be rooting for nigeria over one hundred ninety million people will be happy if they win this is the jeremy bentham utilitarian routing method the most good for the most people yes i shall root for nigeria and they do indeed beat iceland but lose the next game and they're eliminated okay new strategy new criteria so far i've been going with underdogs representing functional democracies i mean if i wanted to back and oppressive regime i be a new england patriots fan so only three and a half million people other than the kind of ridiculously small when you think about it iceland erg urguay is the least populous country in the world cup and functioning democracy oh by freedom house ranks them ninth free country in the world way higher than the us thing is luis suarez bit guy their star player known to bite my son when he was five a friend named quincy who is also a biter cute kid but i can refer them in the world cup so i'd have to root for erg wise opponent portugal the eleventh free his country and that rinaldo he's a handsome handsome man and they lose to the erg why in math decatur okay onto spain versus russia russia's the underdog but i can't root for russia and how do you know you're actually even rooting for russia and not some four hundred pound guys sitting on his bed can't root for russia they win okay i can root for mexico they play in the same international soccer group is the us conquer calf contra calf pride kaka calf buddies gotta have each other's back i right doesn't matter mexico goes down to brazil all right well yesterday got curious about colombia the only country freedom house says significantly improved it's freedom last year why do i think i'm the only world cup fan using freedom house tables to determine my allegiance anyway what i like about columbia is their nickname these national teams all have unofficial nicknames nigeria are the super eagles japan or the samurai blue germany diamond shaft columbia kaffa taros the coffee growers those cuff taros loose and they were decaffeinated by england on penalty kicks i suppose there are still some attractive candidates out there i could throw my phantom to the swedes or the belgians the french thereby dooming those teams in the process i am the human red card of routing all really wanted was for the us to be in this competition it makes it so much more fun and i supported them with a passion bordering on fervor i'm still trying to figure out how they lost mike pesca is host of the slate podcast the gist this is morning edition from npr news i'm noel king and i'm steve inskeep the marketplace morning report is coming up next but now we have passion bordering on fervor for traffic with mel baker yes another stall in the santa cruz mountains you know it's one of the trouble spots always because it's so narrow seventeen southbound near the bridge this is a stalled big rig blocking the slow lane it usually requires a big vehicle to tow that out of there eighty five northbound at two eighty the connector ramp there is partially blocked by some construction work that will last until eleven thirty this morning bay bridge no metering lights of course smooth across the span golden gate bridge also does smooth traffic but remember both the north side and south south side vista point areas are closed during the holiday to discourage people from.

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"geria" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"geria" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Records collected for national security reasons amid controversy misstep six hundred eightyfive million call records will be erased these records the nsa collected from telecommunications companies since two thousand fifteen he agency says it's due to quote technical irregularities but some speculate it might be because the program failed the data collection practice got some controversial press when former nsa contractor edward snowden leaked documents pointing to widespread government surveillance in two thousand fifteen congress passed a law saying the nsa could no longer collect call records and needed to request information from telecommunications companies joy piazza fox news president trump says he's received assurances from saudi arabia that the kingdom will increase oil production up to two million barrels response to turmoil in iran and venezuela saudi arabia acknowledged the call between his king and president trump had mentioned no production targets as your f attempts to deter people from crossing the mediterranean one african government is adopting a deadly approach un says al geria has been abandoning expelled migrants in the sahara desert without food or water some thirty thousand since last may as you can see been away into the witness where there was nobody ju dennis films dusty seat on his cell phone and if they spread the word the option is to walk it's a shantytown nine miles from the jump off point in neighboring those who survive described people dying on the way algieria government says the policy does not constitute rights abuses simon folks new spain today a rescue boat plucked sixty migrants from patched up rubber dinghy and the mediterranean sea near libya igniting another political row between italy malta over who should let the eight boat duck i'm joe.

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"geria" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"geria" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"And we've talked about the impact the government has on our families on our lives and you're very involved in your community and you wanna talk about that a little bit yes absolutely you know the west finger geria the assembly seat that i'm running for covers sand lake i've been there over thirty years born and raised in anchorage alaska born and raised in west anchorage and the experience that i've had in that city of ours is it's been phenomenal and you know what really catapulted me into this and getting more involved in becoming more involved with seeing that city that i love so much change i'm just for the three years just recently actually so i stepped up when i was asked to run for the sand lake community council and my experience there has led me to start the sand lake community patrol and like you said i involved in my community and i love the city i love raising my family here my my whole life is here my husband is an attorney here in anchorage and my son needs to be able to go go to school and have the best education opportunities possible i think it's so important in nikki we've talked about this before i know i'm just like the matsu just like other parts of anchorage and eagle river west anchorage really has seen this plague of crime spike in our community what the crime is still out of control that i started the community patrol and we have patrol members reaching out to me saying they want to join they want to be part of the solution they don't wanna just bicker about it and say you know up to the legislature we can do this as a community apd has their hands full and they need all the support they can get because they're doing a fantastic job and we need to continue to support them because they have we as families have been hardest hit with property crime we've been hardest hit with assault and and burglaries and all those all the little crimes at up and if we can do our best to to help the police force and what they're doing and support them that i'm all.

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"geria" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"geria" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

"Schick it out is a very switchable sloth is very very sweet manzoor my goodness in his words iro on your music the haram man's gave me to who sounds bra my favorite record on the aba still is the erie mixed with jacob banks jacob banks clever ethical nail album that one well the album is a hope is well done and the fact that i can on the trees albert man's man's is on different wavelengths we appreciate you agreed but the beef thing that i was talking about is there is a record on the album called pablo ally corey and i believe that song is about scammers in nigeria and there's a lot of people that engage in the was the called the street streetlife that are not too happy with the contents of that song i wonder why you know in with the sec cracking down on is the fcc crack down on a bunch of people that make their money in very questionable ways than geria yes that's the thing bain highlighted and being on man's again mostly out the country you know by governments that up we know reno it's part of the economy i don't know why people i'm being like arrested in big drums for those who aren't doing it you know yeah man i mean people were not happy when they saw that he was essentially taking a character that's real and it was based a song about people that try to use four nine scamming all that stuff to make money quick in geria and he just titled a song named after that drill individual but using a fake alias so people are not happy about it but some i read on twitter when the album drops out people were obviously upset but one person said adequately goats powell corey underlines the hypocrisy in jira he had good intentions but it wasn't rendered while pablo with a terrible example to us i will explain this is someone that came up on record label name why bno that will boy no laptop owned by reform the who boy that went onto a stabbed himself as one of the most popular musicians in the country is referring to eliminate the problem with picking.

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Microsoft Announces Exciting New Sets, Timeline Features for Windows 10

Daily Tech Headlines

01:29 min | 2 years ago

Microsoft Announces Exciting New Sets, Timeline Features for Windows 10

"Despite lining up taiwan's media tech to supply chips monday z t e announced wednesday it's ending major operating activities as a result of the united states ban on exports to the company z t e says it has enough cash to survive a pause while it appeals the ban under the ban us companies like qualcomm and dolby cannot sell parts to z t e microsoft announced some new features for its test build of windows that will likely arrive for everyone later this year one is cloud clipboard that lets you cut and paste across windows devices there's also a dark theme coming to the file explorer that matches the dr theme you can apply elsewhere and windows their support for unix and lineker line endings and macintosh line endings notepad and all tab now works with sets to let you switch between the edge browser tabs as well as apps when does ten build seventeen six six six is available to fast insiders now redstone five is expected to begin rolling out to mainstream users around october twenty eighteen a report from disrupt africa shows the agritech market in africa grew one hundred ten percent this past year with more than nineteen million dollars in investments in the sector eighty two agritech startups were in operation across africa by the start of twenty eighteen fifty two percent of them launched within the past two years kenya and geria are tied as the top two agritech markets with ghana in third ecommerce makes up about a third of those startups followed by info sharing and fintech.

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"geria" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"geria" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

"So yes yeah people can't you for listening to twenty three twenty three episode tribe jumping like two three thank god you all stay safe stay warm and cold and cool 'cause we all know what the hell the temperatures going be when mother nature shipping ship is probably gonna so by the time you hear this china's all you anyway for you know listening eater piece i love till next time you all keep knowhow follows on the socials at its new a halla undescribed twitter facebook youtube everything were up debt also if you want to send us some stuff that you know listener stories whatever senate to its noah dot com slash submit we will read them on air there was a few that we had to read this week but it was too problematic we had to we had to skip it this week like people are fed up in geria so let's not even do that of next week we'll have some listener friendly things to report t awesome the fans so thank you off listening so you're next time was five stars faisal yeah definitely go to tunes and hit us with a positive reviews saying there's a lot of good news we have coming for your those i've been very supportive we have some wonderful news and i'm saying can't talk too much push out still all of our supporters in the high places we see you've been you know those that you lost with the metal utensils we thank you for your you're listening and you're viewership.

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"geria" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"geria" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"Is a british public service tv broadcaster it's been around since about nineteen eighty two it is really mostly commercially funded but it's done american it's it's british so it's ultimately publicly owned and anyway the bottom line is channel four it's british they did a kind of like a sixty minutes kind of undercover investigation they had hidden cameras microphones the whole bit bring this up here and this is what the reporters learned while they were secretly filming the bosses of cambridge analytica nice because he would be all final meeting with cambridge analytica mark tumbled now joined by his boss old italian alexander knicks this the man who in public eulogize is free and fair elections in private whereabout to discover appears to play dirty for a company claiming not to be in the business of entrapment listen now to alexander knicks when our fix it raises again the topic of digging up damaging material on political opponents now let me share what they did was they've got someone posing as being i think a a nigerian politico someone who's running for office or representing somebody who's running for office i in geria and they've also done this in kenya and they want to get more information about what cambridge analytica does especially through facebook especially through facebook what we want to know is what is expected of you can do to make sure that the people that crew identity and secrets of these people okay so a guy goes we wanna we wanna do about digging into the information the guy would be what do you do he says well we do a lot more than digging deep digging is interesting but you know equally effective just be just to go speak to the incumbent speak to the incumbents offer them a deal listen tactics very effective instantly having video russian and the operative news for this oh okay so you need somebody you won't us know because will okay this is this is sri lankan.

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"geria" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"geria" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The sideline that dick's caught the ball and in fact digs and the receiver who was sort of just underneath him they were awful close together and it was it was kind of poor past distribution i you know i think that we gerias right so um you know i think to me and this sounds crazy just giving you my opinion block it easy to blame markets williams and obviously said he if tackled him or at least got no matter down at the very minimum sure yeah that's easy you know anybody would know that but i thought that kim crawley the corner uh i've talked at heat instead of sort of sitting on the corner route that was underneath a digs he should've truck deeper to me and actually carried digs as well because if if if keno wanted to throw the ball to areas right he would have caught it at the forty five yard line which would have made it like a sixty or sixty one yard field goal i mean the a radically make ball buddy very very difficult field goal why would you you know to me you shouldn't at that point let any ball go over the top of the you if you if you can calling because why i mean you know the games the can't let anything go because even if if digs had had caught the ball and got out of bounds that they were in realistic feel go rate there were no absolutely right and what changed from the first half to the second half of minnesota's defense was so story in the for thank you are free you haven't been drinking annoying my deep analysis worn out from the season to omaha punch you you know i i totally get it i the know only three more games to go that's it hang in there champ i mean their defense was dominant the first yap in the second half the saints got it going the thirty get it going what did they do differently wooded minnesota i mean what i'm just curious what change because many of the new orleans really had it going there in the second half yeah allah obviously they had one shorter dr due to the interception julia factor.

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"geria" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"geria" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"To do about your car insurance i like good news at as something to do however with you know misery loss company and misery does love company in the nfl because her teams obviously that lose and you lose game it's the end of the year for the pan base and everybody overreacts everything especially when you teams wanted sex but the good news for you gerias dallas cowboy broadcaster and fan who do you guys play this way this week they are in washington does rise whether it's consider asking j gruden yesterday a lot about his team and i said you know j how house practice gonna look this week because i dunno i don't have any offensive lineman i have one of one offense of wyman who was not dealing with a significant injury nokia that could cost them multiple games here in terms of being injured so right now they have one guy that basically is dealing with not that what i imagine within a decade even things out then i mean here's the cowboys laws dan bailey for significant time they signed mike nugent okay and they're still i mean sean li in the game against san francisco's hobbling around the yeah i know there but how about this so here here's a headline out of washington kirk cousins must step up in the second half of the season step up with what set up in ryan's either vendor always lion flag football we're not going to have any of its lima they're going to six guys that are flying out of my eggs it's amazing so just when you think all of a sudden you know this is a team that could actually do something because they have a good quarterback they can put points on the board four out of their starting of five offense of lyman are dealing with significant injuries is rising samba you want yes so it's it's an improvised and adjust league in its right now i would say things are full down there washington as far as the offense winds concerned that the shore week for them as well yes it is what do i get an update brought to you by mo vaughn gdp collection stylish clothing forbidding tall man available online and mvp collections dot com clayton kershaw retires.

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