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"habil" Discussed on Gugacast

Gugacast

07:44 min | 4 months ago

"habil" Discussed on Gugacast

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"habil" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

03:35 min | 10 months ago

"habil" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Elections in Belarus. Aren't like the ones here in the US. I didn't see any yard signs or other obvious giveaways for starters and as I soon learned. Many people simply stay home. That's because elections in Belarus are widely regarded as fraudulent exercises for show. There's no transparency in how votes or turn out are counted an international watchdog group monitoring the election later report more than six hundred fifty violations of electoral law. How many people actually come out and vote for an election like this and no one knows. That's pulse fared editor in Chief of Euro Radio DOT FM. It's an independent news site in. Minsk that streams five days a week. There is an official number discerned seven. It's for more than seventy seven percent of people but no one believes it from people who are observing these elections because The so that there was no such a lot of people and sometimes then You are lucky to take photo of sheets with signatures of people who come to vote. Yeah and you see the no signature on your sheet. You're the first from fifteen maybe person on this sheet who came to vote here. And it's not seventy seven percent no one from a block of seven. Opposition candidates focused on issues of importance to young Belarusians was elected to parliament but one person who was Miss Belarus twenty eighteen a woman named Maria Vassilievich. Who's often seen with the Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko? She is a very often With Alexander Lukashenka on different kinds of shows on hockey match. Lukashenka collects potato in his farm and et CETERA. She's near him and his son spared law said that thirty two incumbents took part in the election and just to were not reelected. One was believed to be ill the other candidate well. It wasn't so clear that he was connected to the Lukashenko regime at all which is key to winning an election in this country. He's from private party. Like Habil Rousson Patriotic Party. It's a pocket party. We N- here about about such parties just during the elections when our government wants to show to Europe that in our parliament Representatives from different parties. Yeah different political parties And the like we're we're diverse. Were not they want. There is diversity. So he's one of the one of these parties his head of that party and something happened wrong and he's not reelected and we will call him and ask why is it. So this is action in Belarus in parliament. So that's a little primer on politics and Belarus a country that has been independent since the collapse of the Soviet Union in Nineteen ninety-one. It's been living. Under the authoritarian rule of Lukashenko its first and only elected president since nineteen ninety four. But I should I back up and explain how I ended up in Minsk.

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News in Brief 21 June 2019

UN News

03:55 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 21 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, there will program or WFP confirmed on Friday that it has started a partial suspension of aid to areas of Yemen, controlled by Hootie opposition. Forces spokesperson Irv Eva, who SEL told journalists in Geneva that the agency took the decision after efforts failed to prevent food aid being diverted from those who need it most, as in many areas, some individual seeks to fit from paying on divinity Habil and diverting food away from where it is most needed debris has been seeking the support of the Sanaa-based authorities to introduce biometric 'cause she's stationed system that will prevent diversion and protect the many families we serve, and storing food, which those who need it most. Unfortunately, we are yet to reach agreement. They development means that aid will be cut to the capital Saana, which is. Told by hoochies affecting eight hundred fifty thousand people although missed of a hustle insisted that the agency will maintain nutrition programs for malnourished children pregnant, and nursing mothers in total WFP estimates that nine out of twelve million food, insecure people in Yemen, are in areas controlled by who tease who have been fighting a coalition of international forces backing the government of president at Brabham Mansour Hady for more than four years. According to latest UN figures nearly ten million people are severely food, insecure and do not know whether next meal will come from to the Central African Republic now where WFP has called for help from the international community to stave off severe and acute food shortages after years of ongoing conflict, and mass displacement nearly half the country's people. More than one point eight million are unsure how they are going to feed themselves of that number more than four hundred sixty thousand are expected to face. Emergency food insecurity during the lean season which lasts from may until August among the areas? Worst affected are those hosting hundreds of thousands of people displaced by violence and insecurity. These include Kaga, Bandra, oboe and Zambia, along with three prefecture's and Bomo haute Kotto and oat Emba MU where security conditions remain volatile despite a peace agreement signed in February amid reports of regular attacks by armed groups who did not sign the deal on major supply routes and around major cities. WFP says it needs more than thirty three million dollars to help eight hundred thousand people every month until the end of the year. And finally to DPRK or North Korea where you n appointed independent rights expert, Thomas, or here container has appealed to the state to ease people suffering, speaking at the end of a five day mission, to Seoul in South Korea mister Kintana expressed regret that he did not see any sign of improvement. In the human rights situation of people in DPRK before urging profound legal and institutional reforms citing various sources in new report, the expert spoke of public executions carried out by gunfire after trials between twenty thirteen and twenty seventeen victims faced charges, including murder, and drug dealing. He said in his report while also noting that people continue to live in fear of being sent to political prison camps for watching South Korean soap operas in a statement to the press, Mr Clinton, urged the government of the DPRK to be open about the political camps, which called Quanli. So at the same time, he called on the government of China not to repatriate North Korean escapees asking them to give the primary consideration to what will happen to the escapees if repatriated to North Korea. Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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"habil" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"habil" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"And a man who turned out to be a repeat sex offender. Unfortunately, police say he'd already lured the girl for sex and Patrick Lavery joins us live with a disturbing details. Patrick Eric forty two year old Michael Boorda Lord her from south jersey to an east orange, boarding home. Where he lives. Lives and assaulted her between October first of last year and just last week. According to Essex County, prosecutors Bordeaux's I sex offense was more than twenty years ago. A guilty plea in nineteen Ninety-six when he was nineteen to raping two teen girls in Cape May county. He got five years in prison was civilly committed to a treatment center for compulsive offenders released in two thousand nine but returned after violating his discharge at one point his prison. Psychologist was fired for having an inappropriate relationship with him. Eric. All right, Patrick. Thank you. Officials say a convicted sex offenders sexually abused in eighty-three-year-old dementia patient at a jersey hospital the Cumberland county prosecutor's office says fifty eight year old Thomas Pearson was visiting a friend at Insperity medical center in violent in December. When he assaulted the woman a nurse who was assigned to watch video surveillance of the room alert, supervisor state police records show Pearson is registered as tier three or a high risk sex offender after he was convicted of sexually assaulting a minor. The New Jersey ez pass website is still down this morning. It's the second time in two months. The site has had problems officials say they're still working on it. But in the meantime, tolls are still being collected. New Jersey transit says they're looking into an incident involving a moving bus with its doors. Still open video was posted by a writer showing the door was open as the bus traveled a residential street on route from cliffside park to New York. He said the driver eventually out the door closed by the time. They reach the Lincoln tunnel. NJIT says the bus should never be driven with a door open. One argument made for marijuana legalization is a step towards social Justice but for past convictions for low level drug crimes. It wouldn't involve erasing them from court records. It's backers are trying to make that easy. But it wouldn't be automatic Habil makes people eligible to seek an expedited expunge -ment and creates an e filing system by early twenty twenty a companion Bill makes more people eligible to erase their records. Once they go ten years without a conviction on a public radio. Call in show governor Phil Murphy says that's the most that can be done is much as would like this to be automatic. That's what a lot of folks, including yours truly wanted. There really isn't any feasible way to do that. Even with added expunge the Bill would restore a person's right to vote and driving privileges. That those were revoked or suspended only over a drug conviction and exempts lower level drug crimes on a criminal record from public records disclosure at the state house. Michael Simon's, New Jersey what a one point five news. New Jersey's.

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"habil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"habil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Glad you're here. And let's grab some more calls and Tom is in Sarasota, you're on the air. Go ahead. Hey ball. I'm a Florida gator. So I like your show today talking some football. But also, some animated an interesting talk about basketball wonderful. And may I have permission to ask you and your go Hort say SEC basketball history question, we'll give it a shot. All right. Can you name the SEC teams? The current teams that have won the National Basketball championship teams in the SEC that have won the time the national championship. Yeah. Arkansas Kentucky, Florida would be my first three entrance. You. You are correct. Yeah. Yes. Our Florida's done twice Florida. Did back to back Arkansas did it under Nolan Richardson and Kentucky's done it, right? Countless times joined the conference. Yeah. You're absolutely. Yeah. When you go to final fours, it's the same three. And I know a couple of other LSU's into the final couple of times a Georgia has been to a final four. Yeah. Date. Listen day. The number. Oh, yeah. No. But you're right three. Yeah. Absolutely. And you know, flor- Florida's been to couple of final fours when they didn't win as you know in back and right? I forget what your was. Yeah. That Nolan Richardson won it and we've beaten the final foreign they want it anyways in the mid ninety nine right? You're caller. I mean, you're you're I think his name was west rocker. Yeah. West rocker. He mentioned that he didn't think there was any other SEC team that didn't have a lot of that made to be ranked number one without a lot of five stars. But that Florida team that won back to back. Those are bunch of three and four guys. Really? I think if you ride I mean, there's some big well known players came out of that. But that's a fair Habil. What Billy Donovan did. What was it? Oh, six or no seven. It's just unbelievable. The fact that Florida was once the reigning basketball and football champion. Correct. Abba joke about that. I had a friend who's a Notre Dame fan. And I know one of whose at Mark is he? Yeah. Well, I had a friend who is a Notre Dame fan than I made the remark after that that we had the two best Catholic coaches in the country. Really been Meyer and building on. That's a funny point realize that. Yeah, it was funny. Boy, he's great. He thought it was funny. I don't have a lot L. Weird. Daddy command make a comment. Yes. If there's a difference between being ranked number one and being the best team, and they've got a lot of work to shoot him. But and up the national champions great to be ranked number one. But you want to number one in early April. Thank you for the call a nice of you to be with us Germain is in Louisiana. Hello, jermaine. Good afternoon. Pro first time call of the show. Thank you very much. Coach we're always has revitalized is program. Brought him a tough thin recruiting class these. And then I'm gonna feel like this team is gonna win SEC is on those been ranked number one can has been bilking. But at the end of the season, I really feel like this team will come out on top of defeat. I mean, they have tremendously of may have really good point godly. What you think about the whole? You know, I think you Matt Jones made this point today. There's the schedule does favor them. And I think you have a really good point. You know, they are. They are for team is good as they are. They're they're under the radar screen a little bit. But we will start seeing them quite often. And I think they have a chance because they avoid some of the and it's up. I'm not diminishing. What what what coach is done? He has recruited extraordinarily well, but the scheduled probably favors them a little bit more than some of the bigger names. Schools. Antonio is in Tennessee, you're on the air. Antonio go. Right ahead. All had there. You don't we're doing. I was one tell you house. I I'm caller waiting core veteran my wife, brandy from Tennessee. So yeah, sure or well. Dad just wanted to say thank you for. You know, the sport did you've you've out to the troops and stuff..

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"habil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"habil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Well, we've dimmed the lights for Carol Channing. And I thought that it would be apropos for Bette midler to sing that one as a way of acknowledging the master and Hello Dolly and a greeting for Sunday folks of all stripes, all colors, all Habil laments your Sunday dress, and we are on our Sunday best here with music, and the relaxed feel of New York on a Sunday and also taking a little corner out to acknowledge what Carol Channing is meant to everyone. She'll be back. They'll be it'll be a few more moments in today's show, but I'd like to stay with the theater for a little bit longer. Move on is the name of surreal as deep dive into Stephen Sondheim's music. She calls it a Sondheim adventure and has a New Orleans inflection to it. She's pretty straight on when it comes to the title song of the collection. She calls move on a Sondheim adventure. Sorolla may new songbook on WNYC. I have nothing to say. Nothing. That's not been saying. I do not know. I want to make things that means that will be new. I want to. I wanted to explore. I want to know. Stop. If you. Just. Where you? What you be?.

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"habil" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

Go Beyond Disruption

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"habil" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

"Our goal is to deadline, and we need to hit that deadline. So that everyone else downstream from us can be impactful and get their job done on time. And so what we've done is. I think about a county department with those silos and understand that they have the challenges that sales team would have without a CRM without a client relationship management will. And so we have affected built a CRM or accounts and our goal is. We don't care about tracking opportunities or one deals or anything like that. But we care about is tracking. Your also says your procedures giving insight into where the rest of your stance with their clothes, and in helping automate some very manual processes, the main one being that out reconciliation process at the end of the month. That's the manual work that we've taken off a bite of our clients, and then Habil collaboration software as I mentioned to allow them to work together better on. Transparency to the equation in too user caused by fairly significant. So surely, if you using a sale Redman this is what you've built flow cost to to almost act as to be almost like a CRM for accountants. I mean, we know CRM's have been around for a long time. So surely something like this has existed before if not what does this help team do better that compared to how it may have done things before? So this we we help teams work better together work better as a team one of the things I noticed when when I was doing accounting is because of the silos or example, I was I focused on revenue recognition that was the main or should of my job. And so I end the other defer revenue accounts in revenue income statement accounts as well. And I was very much dependent on our billings team to get their work done before I could start with my revenue word, and so I constantly found myself walking over the team getting a status update understanding they sit on things and having to really proactively ask them when I could get started on my work. Whereas when you have in application like flow cast, which brings all that work to the surface, you help standardize organize it. I can log into my application and understand where might billing team dance with everything. And so that helps me be more efficient in not spend time on things that I'm not ready to dedicate time to and then when you think about the. Manager's over those teams you have a controller over saying team of twenty fifty account something like that. And the issue that I had having to deal with one other arm as something that my controller is dealing with Hanner twentyfold. And so being able to log on to have a dashboard understand what percentage of our clothes in prepared. What percentage has been viewed what percentage of reconciliations of Improperia reviewed that gives them a long power to be able to report up to the CFO and stay. Yup. Organ have done by day X on it gives the folks comfort that they know that they're gonna have their financial information by the date that they need to Bill to prepare for the board meeting. Reporting stuff. On this touches on one of the disruptions that we focus a lot on. Heritage says, he ation we've got many things that we see people excised by and focusing on and being one of the odds fish intelligence, but in this case, we're not talking about artificial intelligence whittle about AI as in assisted information. So what you talked about is how you using technology and a new way of working with data to use the information and assist it to help the people do their jobs better make things happen. More quickly at a level of accountability to the team especially in teams that are growing and you have to recognize people for the good work doing. This is why I think we'll be talking about. How you make sure that those benefits actually trickle down through the organization make sure people receive the recognition for the work that they are still doing you can't just Pat piece of software on the back and say well done you. So we'll talk about. That in a second. How do we keep an eye on those those trickle down benefits to the organizational the way through the team? But before we do that. I just want to just make quick note this podcast is the work of the Gobi on disruption team. It's parts of the initiatives by the association of international said five professional counts..

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"habil" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

Go Beyond Disruption

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"habil" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

"Our goal is to deadline, and we need to hit that deadline. So that everyone else downstream from us can be impactful and get their job done on time. And so what we've done is. I think about a county department with those silos and understand that they have the challenges that sales team would have without a CRM without a client relationship management will. And so we have affected built a CRM or accounts and our goal is. We don't care about tracking opportunities or one deals or anything like that. But we care about is tracking. Your also says your procedures giving insight into where the rest of your stance with their clothes, and in helping automate some very manual processes, the main one being that out reconciliation process at the end of the month. That's the manual work that we've taken off a bite of our clients, and then Habil collaboration software as I mentioned to allow them to work together better on. Transparency to the equation in too user caused by fairly significant. So surely, if you using a sale Redman this is what you've built flow cost to to almost act as to be almost like a CRM for accountants. I mean, we know CRM's have been around for a long time. So surely something like this has existed before if not what does this help team do better that compared to how it may have done things before? So this we we help teams work better together work better as a team one of the things I noticed when when I was doing accounting is because of the silos or example, I was I focused on revenue recognition that was the main or should of my job. And so I end the other defer revenue accounts in revenue income statement accounts as well. And I was very much dependent on our billings team to get their work done before I could start with my revenue word, and so I constantly found myself walking over the team getting a status update understanding they sit on things and having to really proactively ask them when I could get started on my work. Whereas when you have in application like flow cast, which brings all that work to the surface, you help standardize organize it. I can log into my application and understand where might billing team dance with everything. And so that helps me be more efficient in not spend time on things that I'm not ready to dedicate time to and then when you think about the. Manager's over those teams you have a controller over saying team of twenty fifty account something like that. And the issue that I had having to deal with one other arm as something that my controller is dealing with Hanner twentyfold. And so being able to log on to have a dashboard understand what percentage of our clothes in prepared. What percentage has been viewed what percentage of reconciliations of Improperia reviewed that gives them a long power to be able to report up to the CFO and stay. Yup. Organ have done by day X on it gives the folks comfort that they know that they're gonna have their financial information by the date that they need to Bill to prepare for the board meeting. Reporting stuff. On this touches on one of the disruptions that we focus a lot on. Heritage says, he ation we've got many things that we see people excised by and focusing on and being one of the odds fish intelligence, but in this case, we're not talking about artificial intelligence whittle about AI as in assisted information. So what you talked about is how you using technology and a new way of working with data to use the information and assist it to help the people do their jobs better make things happen. More quickly at a level of accountability to the team especially in teams that are growing and you have to recognize people for the good work doing. This is why I think we'll be talking about. How you make sure that those benefits actually trickle down through the organization make sure people receive the recognition for the work that they are still doing you can't just Pat piece of software on the back and say well done you. So we'll talk about. That in a second. How do we keep an eye on those those trickle down benefits to the organizational the way through the team? But before we do that. I just want to just make quick note this podcast is the work of the Gobi on disruption team. It's parts of the initiatives by the association of international said five professional counts..

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"habil" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"habil" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"For rebate. Welcome back to face the nation in two thousand eighteen the Catholic church in the United States was again consumed with controversy over charges of sexual abuse by priests and allegations of cover ups in the church hierarchy in Pennsylvania, Illinois, and ten other states law enforcement agencies are investigating claims against the church. Some dating back decades. It's a scandal that has shaken faith in a trusted institution. And the impact is not confined to our borders. As CBS news correspondent Sefton reports from Rome. Scandals swirling, ever closer to pope Francis. This fall he removed to cardinals from his hand picked advisory group both implicated in sex abuse cases, and in his Christmas address to church leaders called unim- Buechler priests to turn themselves in the untouchables are not untouchable anymore and this pertains also to bishops to corners and to the pope himself Zoellner is on the pope's commission for the protection of minors. They're developing policies to combat abuse under a pope of Jews of not doing enough day after day after day. It seems like there are new allegations accusations in new countries, but this shows that we are at the core of things, and this is good and necessary that it happens. This is a good thing that all of this is coming. It is good in that sense that this has been brooding. Now, it's in the open and now you can deal with it. Before becoming pope Francis. Addressed the issue of clerical sex abuse in a book, he co-authored in two thousand ten saying he knew of no cases in the diocese. He oversaw in Argentina be threes. Barilla's says that's not true. Her son Gabrielle was abused by a priest that diocese in two thousand and two. She tried to see the man who would later become pope, but wasn't allowed. Get super. Of so many cases of sexual abuse of kids. She said, especially mine. Your son Gabrielle who was abused at age fifteen said he'd filled guilty and ignored and Cambrian Gordy Augusto Habil Fenian covered up cases of pedophilia. He alleged adding he's only a pope of marketing before running the entire church Francis. Was in charge of Argentina's bishops when they commissioned a parallel investigation into the case of father, Leo Caesar grassy who'd been convicted of sex abuse. The study wound up on the desk of judge Carlos Moya haikus surprise. It was a book in fable for for the defense of photography church. Inquiry bound like a book sided with the predator priest saying the victims were lying, but the appeals court was not swayed and upheld the priests fifteen year prison sentence. The pope admitted he made a mistake earlier this year by backing a Chilean Bishop who was later found guilty of witnessing and ignoring abuse. And in August things that personal when archbishop Carlo Maria vegan. Oh claimed he'd warned pope Francis. In two thousand thirteen of the sexual misconduct of then cardinal Theodore McCarrick, he said the pope ignored that allowing the cardinal to continue to serve until this summer. You have allegations that the pope has sided with predator priests. He has ignored victims of sex abuse. You have allegations that he himself may have covered up a sex abuser in the ranks, isn't that large for someone running the Catholic church? I think he is as I said he has had a an attitude that he expressed from the beginning that he was willing to listen to survivors. And you started not only to listen to them. But also to invite them to his house. House. He's somebody who is willing to learn and I see this happening day by day Zoellner acknowledged this institution based behind these high. Vatican walls has a lot to learn about transparency and.

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"habil" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"habil" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"All right, man. How are you? A lot of Mets fans finally on the fan. Yes. Habil waiting and waiting. I hope I hope there's more to come. What the trade? I think it's so funny. How pessimistic Mets fans are already saying DA's. Look, I'm here. He'll stink Bruce has forty. Was asked comeback player of the year. Comes out of the woodworks. You know, any of course, they're gonna wonder, you know, D as a saving all these games in Seattle. It didn't matter night, come to New York different kind of pressure. How's he gonna deal with that? If you know, I mean, he he used to New York. So that's one thing going for. I don't look I think you've probably get two years out of my, you know, I know they want to win now. So if that's the whole idea you want to win now by getting him this got to be more coming because you with just with what you've done now. This isn't enough to win anything here about BUSTER only were saying that some rival GM's. Look, I can't wait to do the deal with Brody van wagon. And like he's like some kind of idiot. Yeah. It's going to see if they can flee him. I mean, I don't know we kept here with sixty million dollars an hour has twenty say what happened to the forty. I guess they were holding the Mets hostage like twenty twenty. Yeah. If but if the Mets said, we're not paying a dime. Where else are they going to move this guy? Yeah. So I mean, I like I said, I, you know, we've we've seen guys come here and we expected to do. Well, and he didn't I think he'll do. Well, I see how we've you with the press conference asking about the PD's, and all that changes the story I little bit my me, and my mom loves that the campsite that was so much fun anywhere. But we had a ball. You know, what they're going gonna have games like that. I mean, they they not supposed to be. The box. But the bucks have a good team and a great player, but they every once in a while comes together. Now, they'll go play the warriors can get hose. Since knocked the GM said, whatever he said about it, right? That he was a bust or whatever was soft, and well, that's when soft tonight that's for sure. I thought he had a great night. All right. It was it was fun. I mean, look you're going to get games like that. I it it gives you a glimpse of the future. All these guys going to be part of a run for a playoff team is no. But you're finding out now. I I think like, you know, datsuns on the bench invisible. All of a sudden, he's contributing trio's contributing. Birt's contribute. Sprained his ankle tonight, though, nearly Keyna's I think he goes to the bench now and get a fresh, of course, on on playing in the NBA because he looks lost out there. Let's go to Pete in Branford feature on the fan. Hey, tony. How are you? All right, man. How you doing? Good. You know? A bit confused by metro because they're going to be paying canot for like five years for like twenty million a year. You know, I know they got twenty million cash back in the deal, but you could have signed Daniel Murphy for a lot less money a lot less years, and maybe sending out of vino for like three years, and it would it be for long term. You know, it won't be as much money. You know? I just don't I I don't get. It doesn't make sense to me me neither. I mean. The other thing is I mean. We'll find out how much skill canot has. But we know he can play New York. That's that's that's a given hope hopefully wasn't on PD's when he was here. But who knows? But what's to me is like I don't like the deal. It's like all these prospects. You've given up you don't have much of a farm system. Anyway. So what's the what's the plan now to trade Syndergaard to bring prospects? And that means you don't wanna win right now. I agree with you. And I'm saying like, you know, you could've kept the prospects I- knows to guys money. And you know, it's just doesn't make something it doesn't look. I I agree with you. You know, what bothers me is you have prospects. You have a farm system at let's forget the metro system, but you have a farm system with good prospects. Like, let's say the Yankees. Are you really committed to playing them? Or are you package them to get a star from another team that isn't doing well and doesn't want to pay him all this money. And we'll gladly give you his contract. If you give us controllable young players who have talent. That's what it's like it's coming down to I guess the elite players, you're not trading them. You know, we still we saw. Torres can do we saw what? And do her can do. We thought we saw with bird can do. But he he did. Sanchez first year. Yes, now you wondering, what's what's what's the real Sanchez? Let's go to Corean mortgage Bill you're on the fan. Hey, how you doing? All right, man. What's going on with you? I get on the only favorite finish trade. I mean, the Mets got canot and they at the top reliever in the game. They will eighteen saves last year eighteen you know, I mean, we got a we had a whole possible favorites that if he does. But you know, why we got a thirty six year old guy who still has some wife over three hundred when he came back. Right in the middle of a lineup. And I'm excited about it. You know, like we were making moves, and you know, what what going back we're gonna heck of a lineup right there. You said the the key word. You said moves, plural. They've they've gotta make more moves though. I mean, if this is it that's not a playoff team. And like you said. I don't know. But when he does come back to punch all that is a great party. Rosario Conforto can hopefully Alonzo McNeil was hitting the ball Nimmo. The by a combat at the bottom of the lineup. I mean, we finally have a line, but we have a guy in the middle for the proven New York hitter. I mean and people are bashing it. I mean people badge when the Mets don't make more than that. When they do make a move that's in a positive direction of a guy who can hit the ball. I mean, it can put the ball players a heck of a deep dug a basement to I'll give it to us defensively. Hey, listen, what imagine what finally making moves? You know, hopefully, it doesn't or something that's gonna backfire on the end of the day. You know, what I think it's a positive move for us. Forget about the money. We we had all possible unless in statuary hall of Famer I had come to us and the probably the best closure in the game. No. Bullpen. That's a straight straight out. I agree with you. We we Steph. We still have some work to do. But you know, we're hopeful that says I will be backed by the all star break, eight months. Anyone out? So hopefully by the all star break and start his rehab, and hopefully we'll be in contention. I mean, that'd be that'd be hopeful. Well, we're gonna I tell you know, I that's the keyword mousse got to be more. Because you know, it's it's the bullpen is still a whole. You gotta close got nothing in between. You know, you you don't. What you're doing with with with with Syndergaard. Hopefully, you're not trading and is I'm not counting on him. If he comes back in September. That's that's fine. I don't know when he's coming back. And I'm not gonna hold my breath on that. Let's go to Joe in Staten on. Joe you're on the fan. How are you doing fine? Thanks, taking my phone. Call. Happy holidays to you your family already up to you. Tony. I liked the trae. But like you said, you know, they still law more if they're gonna just stick like this not going off place, if they're gonna start eating more pieces, and I say, yeah. Yeah. Because that last call I liked the lineup and everything else. Are they gonna put a O'neil at third base? You think I think that's the deal right now because he he has played third in the minors. And I don't mean like two or three games played a bunch of games. So is not like, it'd be a foreign position. And I you know, I'd rather keep them there. And Todd Fraser, I mean, I guess the triumph the tune. But I I want to kid playing all the time. We've we saw things you can do is not much and Peter to get probably call him up this year. I think they will. I just you know, I would hope he'd be on opening day roster. If he does good spring training, but the way to medicine cheapness, they may not bring him up to the middle of the year to save, you know, the the arbitration start I think actually if if anything might try and make it a deal, they'll probably it made you Jack we'll look into the deal because I'd rather keeps in the guard. If they're going to trade somebody I would put Jack Wheeler having to deal with what else can get yourself a nice package deal for Wheeler for who. Well, saying like if they. The if they want to try to get maybe a catch catcher on another say at outfielder centerfield up, lagaras is that'll be in everything. I did Joe. I gotta get so break, thanks for the call. But here's the thing. If you get rid of Syndergaard and you're not ready to win right now. You're losing some of your your which is the starting rotation. We'll come back and talk to Brian Costello Gulu jet talk. And then we'll get back to your calls after this. Now, the no..

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"habil" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"habil" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"I think it's an outstanding idea for many students who do feel they need their. They don't know. What they wanna do. And they may even feel burnt out. Many countries actually have a have students do service for a year or two. So I I so I think it can be an excellent idea. But one thing that came up in a lot of the earlier discussions is having purpose in doing something that's meaningful and for some students that may not be college. It may be doing a lawn service. It may be be in Germany. They have apprenticeship and more manual is skilled manual labor of there are so many things that can be done in life that is enjoyable that even can pay. Well, so I think we have to get out of the mindset that college is the only choice for everybody. Get Jennifer in here from Atlanta, Georgia. Hi, Jennifer, welcome to one point. Hi, thank you. I do like the idea of a gap year. And I would like to say that thirty five years ago. I was a freshman at a major university in Atlanta nationally internationally, re rank university with a full scholarship. And so I did have a lot of pressure. In fact, I even started school this summer after high school, I didn't even take the summer, and it was a huge mistake. I was very depressed by the end of the year. I would say that I was somewhat suicide it'll I finally withdrew. I put the summer the next summer and thought about it, and I went to a small private college. And it made all the difference. I wasn't a number. There were people who are invested in. How I turned out. There were people that cared. And your son's going through the same thing. Now. Well, fortunately, he is graduating this semester as well. As my niece. My other niece also graduated several years ago, but they did go through the same things. And in fact, my son tried to get mental health services on campus. And it was months to get in, thankfully, he's fine. He knows what he wants now. But who three years ago, it was a crisis? It is for many many families, Jennifer, thank you so much and good luck to there to your son. Kenneth is in Columbia, South Carolina, high Kenneth you're on the air. Hi, I'm a director of financial aid. And one of the things that people must consider when they're making a decision about taking a gap year or whether to start school right away is financial one aspect of taking a gap erase to make sure that the scholarships that they've applied for that. They can apply for will allow them for a gap year. So a lot of times students get offered freshman scholarships that are coming in first year college. And if they give those up they may not be able to get them back later in the future in order to get them when you've taken a gap year, and that's something that the called you really need to consider also make sure that they have an allowance for gap year is windy are looking into their scholarships for incoming freshmen for student have chosen to take a gap year. When you're talking about things like class rank he'll those are weighted differently students been out for a whole good information. Good thing to know Kenneth thanks for that. Here's from our Twitter account. Jones says I was pushing myself so hard junior and senior year of high school to get into the best college developed an. Eating disorder. No one knew by the time. My folks drop me off at college. I was hitting rock bottom. I cried so hard the day. They dropped me off. I had wanted so badly to get out to break away from home have college solve all my problems. But it didn't I came home on thanksgiving. Let's go to Bill in Tampa Florida with another story Habil, you're on the air. Hi there. Hi. So back in I'd say two thousand eight by graduated high school in in stead of taking just the summer to get a justed. I enrolled into early enrollment at the university of south Florida, and I gotta tell you. It was probably the biggest mistake of my entire life for my entire life. I've been gained pushed by my parents to excel exceed be the best because the best are the winners and everyone else's losers. And when I got there too 'cause that finish line. I wasn't here prestigious program. And then it just all thought underneath me..

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"habil" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

Monocle 24: The Curator

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"habil" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

"So a bunch of things have happened all at once these different things could have had an impact I think nobody knows for sure exactly which of those different things contributed to the increased by collectively it created an environment. Where communities certainly were not trusting the police department, and the police department was sort of changing the way that they were doing policing after brutal year like dots. One was what impact does it have on the city and for communities because it doesn't seem like it will help if there's already distrust to change it. Once you go through a year that has that's increase in fatalities. Yeah. No it. Absolutely. I think shocked the conscience of the city. I think we saw people who really historically had not been involved in work to address gun violence in our city coming forward and really saying what could they do to help? You know, I think the communities that were already hard hit really bore the brunt of. The increase as well. And so I think in some ways it was such a significant increase that it really did capture people's attention in a new way. And I think it has led to some new innovations happening in some new work that's happening. So I think that's sort of positive is. I think people really do recognize that this is to important problem to sort of wait for somebody else to fix it. So we had the sports teams collectively the owners of five of the professional sports teams got together to make some investments really data driven and evidence, informed investments and strategies to reduce gun violence. You had the philanthropic sector sort of redoubling their efforts to invest in promising strategies, and you had the department of Justice not only doing a civil rights investigation of the place apartment, but also bringing in national experts to work with the Chicago police department to really identify what more could be done to more effectively address violent crime. And I think that sort of collection of things starting to really bear some fruit, and we are seeing the. Trends moving in the right direction. But we still have a very long way to go. Do you think it's the role of local government to fill the gap when it comes to dealing with violent crime because certainly as much as federal government can do it seems like it's an issue that's needs to be dealt at the local level now. So without question, the most fundamental job of government is to provide safety security to its resident that's sort of threshold condition. That government does need to be providing. I think the challenge when you look at what happened in two thousand sixteen was the increase was so sudden it's very hard for the public sector to be nimble and move quickly. So Chicago is not a city that has a lot of excess resources and the city budgeting process happens a year in advance. So it's hard to sort of move resources from one place to another quickly. And so I think it's sort of a combination of the philanthropic sector and private sector as a stopgap providing some flexibility. -able resources while the government agencies try to turn the ship if you will and redirect their dollars into more effective places. And we saw both things happening. I think the city did start to make some really substantial new investments in smarter policing and technology in training at the same time that the philanthropic sector made some investments in social programs we need both. But absolutely the public sector really does have the responsibility first and foremost to provide safety great chats with Rosanna under director of the Chicago crime lab in conversation with Monica Lada Habil for this week's edition of the urban est and up next week continue with the highlights from this week's issue the foreign desk, explain them and mock because we're going to talk about Paul piece. I mean load of tourists when it come to say why everybody's wearing poppy. Well, here we are to explain to them each year around the member of the Royal British Legion a charity that supports members in veterans of the British armed forces. They raise money by seven Paul piece in remembrance of those have died during serve. Andrew Mueller explores how seemingly innocuous and well-meaning charity fundraiser has become yet. Another from line of the coach wars of the twenty first century. In Flanders fields the puppies blow between the crosses ro on road..

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"habil" Discussed on The Strange and Unusual

The Strange and Unusual

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"habil" Discussed on The Strange and Unusual

"Of the tripods, but to the chamber which lies most westwardly of the seven there are now none of the massacres who venture for the night is waning away and they're flows rudgear light through the blood colored pains and the blackness of the sable drapery Paul's and to him whose foot. Falls upon the sable carpet. There comes from the near clock of ebony a muffled peel more solemnly empathetic than any which reaches their ears who indulged in the more remote Gatti's of the other apartments. But these other apartments were densely crowded and in them beat feverishly the heart of life and the rebel went wurley on Intel at length there. Commenced the sounding of midnight upon the clock, and then music ceased as I have told and the evolution of the Walters were quieted, and there was an easy cessation of all things as before. But now there were twelve strokes to be sounded by the bell of the clock. And it happened perhaps the more of thought crept with more time into the meditations of the thoughtful among those who rebelled and thus to had happened perhaps that before the last echoes of the last chime had utterly sunk into silence. It's there were many individuals in the crowd who had found leisure to become aware of the presence of a mask figure which had arrested the attention of no single individual before. And the rumor of this new presence having spread itself whispering Lee around there. Arose at length from the whole company, a buzz or murmur expressive of disapprobation and surprise, and then finally of tear of horror and of disgust in an assembly phantasm 's such as I have painted it may well be supposed that no ordinary parents excited such sensation in truth. The masquerade license of the night was nearly unlimited. But the figure in question had out herited Herod and gone beyond the bounds of even the princes indefinite decorum. There are cords in the heart of the most reckless which cannot be touched without emotion. Even with the utterly lost to whom life and death are equally jests. There are matters of which no just can be made the whole company indeed seem now deeply to feel that in a costume and bearing the stranger. Neither wit nor propriety existed. The figure was tall and gaunt and trotted from head to toe and the Habil laments of the grave the mask which concealed the visage was made. So nearly to resemble the countenance of a stiffened corpse that the closest scrutiny must have had difficulty and detecting cheat. And yet all this might have been endured if not approved by the mad revelers around, but the mumber had gone so far as to assume the type of the red death his vest was dappled in blood and his broad brow. With all the features of the face must be speckled with a scarlet whore. When the eyes of prince Prospero fell upon the spectral image, which with a slow and solemn movement as if more fully to sustain its role stocked to and fro among the Walsers. He was seen to be convulsed. And the first moment with a strong shudder, either of tear or distaste but in the next his brow reddened with rage who dares. He demanded Horsely of the courtiers who stood near him who dares and Salta with this blasphemous mockery. Sees him mask him that we may know whom we have to hang it. Sunrise from the battlements it was in the eastern or blue chamber in which the prince Prospero as he uttered. These words they rang throughout the seven rooms loudly and clearly for the prince was bald and robust man and the music had become hushed at the waving of his hand. It was in the blue room worsted, the prince with a group of pale courtiers by side at first as he spoke. There was a slight rushing movement of this group and the direction of the intruder who at the moment was also near at hand. And now with deliberate and stately step made closer approach to the speaker. But from a certain nameless. Aw, with which the maddest sumptious of the murmur had inspired the whole party. There were found none who put forth hand to seize him. So that unimpeded he passed within a yard of the Princess person. And while the vast assembly as if with one impulse shrank from the centers of the rooms to the walls he made his way on interrupted -ly..

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"habil" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"habil" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"That's my question no not at all i don't have a problem with how they do it but i just thought i just think that the gm's back back when cleveland cav hot rod and and a of red dougherty and workplace all those guys who kings were built differently they were they were will he regretted now i'll be tease habil differently but also the game was different now you've got money a volvo this is one thing we don't bring up enough guys just as much about their brand as they do about plan and we want me tell you what the problem with that is the judaean bring up vincent plus a winning isn't the priority that it should be i'm not trying to say they don't try to win i'm not trying to say that a work hard and in a in a quest to win but actually grinding and be in about the business of winning at all costs that's not what these guys do you know why because they go get pay no matter what and and and you know what gets what are you ready for this i don't even blame the players you know wobbling i blame all of these company ugly thicker companies are blame all of these brands their represent these players you know why because they've desensitized and essentially minimized the importance of when it once upon a time you had to win before you got those commercials you had to win before getting that sean you know what it was clearly a benefit our monetary benefit to winning it do you understand the derek rose has never played in an nba finals neither has carmelo anthony and they both have deals over the years that have netted them close to nine figures.

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"habil" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"habil" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Mobile app store and search for hawaii news now all right thank you very much guy quick work by holding a little firefighters kept the brushfire from spreading in kuniya this afternoon the fire broke out near the world clear golf course the shutdown of several streets in the area at the same area as fleet four hundred acre wildfire today fire burned about five acres i was contained in about an hour the man arrested in connection with a triple shooting at police is charged with attempted murder tyson louis is being held on more than half a million dollars bail and is due in court tomorrow the other man charged in the case rodney wilbur senior is now out on bail he's expected in court next month a serial carseat for taking police on highspeed chases gets another break in court for the third time bryson by gayle was given more time in a rehab instead of going to prison baio told the judge he is a changed man after almost six months at habil attach in an inpatient treatment center by gayle says he was high last year when he led police on a two hour chase that ended in rushhour traffic on the h one it was the most highprofile of as many runins with law enforcement hoo so i asked the sentence in order to the coals of him the seriousness of his actions the sentence you'd be sentenced to a 20year term of the prison the judge ruled that baggio can stay in habil attached until november today the street revealed its new strategy of battle a brain infecting parasite but after a fight over funding critics say they're disappointed.

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"habil" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"habil" Discussed on WEEI

"In five years that that'd be my vert these guys made this let's go to bill in a car habil hit guy coeme go at good what's up uh cricket purtill where all the reader geiger talking about you shouldn't even comeback what war is the fact that he tried to compare rao grew kirk if i would groveling from my job at 95 from where it got cognitive walked we've offered no laughing accurate compare myself for about law you don't pick her to what kirk got you don't get prepare what jerry that you work for them yoko in our good friend yourself by paying while you were you aware you but garrick everything else you get your doctor of to beyond that show and you go in there with your shelf right your addict through like you get repeat hey what that guys who have been game on the march he put garrett body buildup behaviors encouraged around here i crossed a line of course i did but the kind but the kind of behavior is encouraged jackson dorchester hijack eight lire odom of the sky seriously of we've done enough nomee won't lots of calls no i'm good it is had his perosio he should never we'll be back in the show and i agree e ah i'll tell you what he should should've came in there he to throw himself on the short and accepted what have you guys had to change that make up all his excuses analyst knocked out and the guy inmates had effect heat if the prado of your show so at the moment now comparable run would have been stamped all over if i came in here in laid down mike's in law i mike morning joan morning um i i think you are a track record alex of people warweary of the eu at outed i somebody would say it really maybe in end wasn't okay you know in you keep referencing aren't kirk backstabbing john bennett well if everybody remembers correctly john dennis was also an alcoholic and alcoholism and like torture analysts them up to a different thing that professional and personal and when you.

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"habil" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"habil" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Money politics good morning and welcome the money and politics in delaware i'm your host this morning rusty giles filling in for dish blaskowitz it's a pleasure doing the show we talk money we talk politics it's fun for me because on a daily basis i taught my i am a partner and investment firm ahmar's kapil advisers check us out at www mars kapil advisers dot com in the second half the cheryl don't talk politics going to grigg ville state senator talking about the budget and maybe some of the things that can be done to correct that go owing forward and france pledged talking about the chancery but the first action can have something that most eu view all are exposed to one way or another we habil mccormick from seeking capital management on to talk about shortsales welcome bill good morning roughly are you today i'm doing well doing very well tells a little bit about bill and build i really have had hedging before and got rave reviews from listeners who said well there are some things that i just didn't know about the real estate market and mortgages in particular tell us about bill intel's betsy capital management yes roughly up my wife and i found at the company little over fifteen years ago and our primary focus is helping folk that need to sell their property when they're underwater under mortgage meaning they can't sell the property and pay off their loan for so we work with realtors in the area pennsylvania del were maryland virginia southern new jersey and their client when they do have a property feel the need to get out from under we will take that process with the mortgage companies will get out ample a bank of america wells fargo chief important.

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"habil" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"habil" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Aggie adopt the narrative aglet on yes let's get that done all right jump in when he as rebel microphone kim honor villager quick change here villa wendy are here thanks for that aggie taken a walk by bill mccann bill very nervous fun hi steve habil highway good morning weymont you pet that aggie because they don't like her jigsaw jio whoa what if you talk about bills pet issues are not really issues he just doesn't but not in this house like me in the wild dr generally meant for the wild against general all the dog delight given matter of fact if you're a pack of wild dogs generally of negative like all the dog gunfiring yes little's on safari i look i think invested this did you have a dog incident when you giving heads you dogs that i didn't like we had a bunch of pats by parents are just keep minus pads in hopes that they would find when that i would like so we had like thirty animals vows i'd like any of them with these key loaded lies no no no the affect like that no when you buy any of this i don't you know what i feel like i need to defend him because everybody but are now and i pet shaved people go got a pet the dog and i glanced weird though that you wouldn't had a cute little dog who walked up to and looked at you but that had need barely like if there's something you didn't like would you want to touch it does that make any sense did you really i it's may like would you want to touch me to anyone in anything i much how much time you have to tell you i like the price i it's time for you to do this shows do bertram standing by upstairs it'll roll around with a dog i'll tell you that right now all right this is chicago's very own seven twenty wgn chicago and wgnradiocom.

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