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"haji" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast
"I had to stop running, which I loved running, and I had to really walk and do Pilates and it was boring, but it did help because I was just pumping out so much cortisol all the time. So yeah, when you said that it really made me remember that time in my life too. I remember when I was doing orangetheory classes, this was in my 30s. And I had built up some metabolic resilience. I was doing great. I was lean. It was right after my wedding and I got into size zero wedding dress, you know, for my wedding and everything. And right after that, I turned 35. And it felt like the wheels fell off. What had happened to me back in my 20s finally really came back. I had had low grade Hashimoto's and didn't know it. But I was doing these orange theory workouts because I was trying to drop this little extra weight that I was just coming on out of nowhere after my thin gorgeous for the wedding, not that I'm also gorgeous then too. But then all of a sudden, so I'm doing two orange three workouts some days. And I am winded. I am exhausted. I am irritated, and I just watch the numbers on the scale go up. And I'm just trying to over exercise myself. You know, it's so funny, even when we know some of the things that we know, you know, you start to see shifts and changes in your body and you can go back to some of those body beating habits. And so, but yeah, I've definitely had to like, especially now with Haji moto's. That really shift so much about how I operate. And I think wearables, I hope we get into wearables today. Again, I so often, especially when we wear so many hats as women and we're taking care of everybody and everything. I feel like without a wearable, I would try to get away with more stuff. Yeah. So do you want to explain what that is for listeners who don't know? Absolutely. So I'll talk a little bit about some of those. So I would say a wearable is a form of biohacking. Female centric biohacking. And even a great female centric bio hacking is a thermometer. You're measuring your basal temperature every single day to track your period. But another wearable would be like a whoops trap where you get a body recovery score and an HRV score. Well, you know, you can get I find some people are like, you know what, I just want to wear that 'cause it's so discouraging. It's so good to know. It's so good to know. Oh my gosh, absolutely. So I love I don't have my bootstrap on right this second, but I love loop strap. It looks like you're sleeping in such an in depth way. Obviously or ring can do this as well. But it gives you a body recovery score. So you kind of know what you have capacity for that day. It kind of determines my workout for the day of like, oh, I'm not money. Moves forward and does not look that great. I was up with my baby too much last night. So I'm gonna tailor my workout based on that. Another wearable I love, I also have a Fitbit on because we've got does not track your steps. I think it's nice to have that as well.
"haji" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"You can eat 24 hours a day while little Haji. Pick up that fucking phone. Won't you please help hi. Fuck I am. You're really trying to guilt trip the shit out of him. It's like, hey, why don't you feed him? You're only 5 feet away. How'd you get any money? You're saving your pack for the day. Fucking commercials, man. You're the guys right off camera with a baby Ruth school. They can't see me again. Come on, it's right there. Come on, Gary's fucking things at the fuck with your head, man. I ain't know what they're doing. You got a director there going, come on, don't feed me man, don't beat him yet. All right was bad on that last one. Let's give one more take. Come on, how'd you get back in the middle? Come on. Match get out here, these fun on a street as Jesus. I don't need that. Should you want to help him? You really want to help these people? Stop sending them food. Don't send these people another bite. Do you want to help them send them you homes? Send them luggage, folks. Send them somebody like me. I walk out there. Send a guy that goes, hey. Hey, we just drove 700 miles with your food. And it occurred to us that there wouldn't be world hunger. If you people would live where the food is. There's been a few women on fucking bass. Yes. Live in a fucking desert. Nothing's gonna grow here. Son of a mess. You see this? Huh? You see this? This is Sam, yeah. Did you know nothing can grow in this shit? Did you know that, huh? Eats on a taste of motherfucker. It's sad. You know, it's gonna be Henry's mask. You live in a fucking bathroom. Get your character make one trip. We'll take you to where the food is. Where does it turn America? We just don't live in a mansion. Yeah, it's been great.
"haji" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"All right Charlie President Biden may be in New York today talking about crime prevention But foreign policy national security have been the issues that The White House before he left this morning President Biden announcing the successful rate of ISIS leader Abu Ibrahim Al hashimi Al karashi also known as Haji Abdullah Knowing that this terrorist had chosen surround himself with families including children we made a choice to pursue a special forces raid at a much greater risk than our own people rather than targeting him with an air strike And the raid was conducted by U.S. special forces Haji Abdullah blew himself up In fact he blew up the whole floor and took several members of his own family all the while White House national security team trained on what's happening in Ukraine a new warning from the administration that Russia is planning a false flag operation a scheme to fabricate a pretext for an invasion with a fabricated attack and graphic propaganda video Similar to the warning we already heard from The White House And this is where we start with congressman Jake auchincloss who is with us this morning Democrat from Massachusetts combat veteran who served as a marine in Afghanistan congressman Welcome back to Bloomberg Good to be on I'd like to start in the matter of sanctions with regard to Ukraine in Russia I know you do not favor implementing sanctions up front Would a false flag operation like the one we're hearing about from The White House justify them It's important to understand the purpose of sanctions The purpose of sanctions is to be a deterrent effect so that when president Putin is weighing the benefits and risks to him and invading Ukraine he has to put the sanctions on the debit side of the calculation he has to say that these are risks inherent in that operation So if we were to preemptively wage the sanctions before he had invaded Ukraine they would lose their entire deterrent effect while still imposing costs on the United States and European countries So we need to keep those sanctions in reserve as a deterrent effect The purpose of sharing with the world is intentions to wage a false flag operation is to neutralize the misinformation from that false flag operation We want the world to know that president Putin is trying to gaslight NATO Speaker Nancy Pelosi says leaders are taking steps now in the house to move a sanctions bill with speed congressman here's what she said today We want to move quickly with these now There'll be up to the chairman as to the process and the rest But we want to be as close to the Senate bill as possible So there's no delay in getting something to the president's desk Sounds like this could be on the fast track even though there's not an actual deal yet congressman Do you have a sense of when that might happen I don't but I think days or weeks certainly not anything longer than that Understood How do you make it hurt this time If this is the big package we're hearing about if it was in fact triggered by an invasion or whatever level it is that you see justifying sanctions should Russia be kicked out of the swift financial network you support personal sanctions against Putin So the trigger for sanctions should be Russian forces crossing the border Units across the border without the invitation of the Ukrainian government that's an invasion that triggers the sanctions immediately They're really going to be on two fronts One is energy and one is financial We got to cut them off from the international financial system Obviously severing swift is a draconian step it will have repercussions for the international financial system as well And then that needs to be weighed very carefully But energy exports are obviously an incredibly important source of reserves for Russia and for standards of living for the Russian people And we need to make clear that they are going to lose a huge amount of that revenue stream The final one I'll add and you raise it is about personal sanctions strongly support that President Putin's sort of political legitimacy comes much more from his fellow oligarchs than it does from the Russian people themselves and by really turning the screws on their standards of living especially in relates to their asset storage in places like London and their access to educational institutions in Europe for their kids That's got light as well You've made the point congressman that Vladimir Putin's motivations have as much to do with domestic politics as geopolitics And if he's in fact trying to distract from a disappointed population in his own country does that also mean you do not think he'll actually invade that this is a big show for home Well I think it can be a big show for home but can also mean that he's going to invade He can not be seen to lose face drastically in front of his domestic audience As you said this is a show for them and it's unfortunately popular with the Russian people they view much of Ukraine as really the industrial Russian homeland And so president Putin needs to be able to explain if he is going to take an off ramp away from war how he got something that reinforces the greatness of the Russian nation And that's going to be the art of the diplomacy here To be able to provide him an off ramp that allows him to save some measure of phase with his method audience And with his elite audio Yeah Considering off ramps here how would sanctions play domestically for Vladimir Putin Russian leaders have taken great pain since 2014 to try to sanction proof their economy and to try to prevent western leverage through sanctions Now that was for a level of sanctions that is an order of magnitude less intensive than what would come if they invaded Ukraine I don't think there is any sheltering of the restaurant economy from what's to come But they do have significant I mean more than a $100 billion worth of reserves that they can draw down on and it's unlikely that it would cause a cataclysm for the Russian domestic economy in the near term but it absolutely is going to cause the deterioration and quality of life for constituents in the very short term Congressman I like to ask you quickly about the rage on the leader of ISIS a major story Today we heard from the president already and from The Pentagon.
"haji" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is balance of power I'm Hubert television and radio I'm David Weston Yesterday U.S. Military struck in northeast Syria reportedly killing the head of Islamic State Here is President Biden addressing attack a short time ago Last night operating in my orders the United States military forces successfully moved in major terrorist threat to the world the global leader of ISIS Known as Haji Abdullah For more on the strategic significance of this attack we welcome about John fine He is deputy national security adviser coming to us from The White House So Jonathan thank you so much for joining us Explain the strategic significance of this because unfortunately a lot of us out in the public thought maybe we were past Islamic State Now it seems to have come back Both with this attack on the leader but also a few days ago we had that horrible fight at a prison for Islamic fighters I appreciate the question because you're right The capability and the threat and the organization of ISIS has been substantially degraded in recent years over three successive administrations now but the threat is far from eliminated It is still with us They are still plotting against both the United States and our partners and allies And that's why the strike sorry I shouldn't say strike The operation that took place last night because importantly it was not an air strike but troops were actually put on the ground to minimize civilian casualties The operation took place last night to remove the ISIS leader is going to make it much harder for that organization to reconstitute and continue to pose a threat The attack that they waged against a prison in northeast Syria that you just described is just one example of their ongoing efforts That one to free a bunch of their fighters attempting to free a bunch of their fighters who are captive there which was largely thwarted is just one example of the ongoing capability they have even as their capacity as diminished in recent years So if you can can you quantify or prioritize how big a threat this is Because you're dealing with a lot of threats right now We'll talk about some of the other ones we've been how big a problem is this Islamic State is it really reconstituting itself as a real threat in the region It is among the very foremost threats to the United States and our partners and allies in this region and frankly in other regions One of the things that is also taken place in recent years is that ISIS like Al-Qaeda and like some other terrorist organizations has metastasized to different.
"haji" Discussed on Food Safety Matters
"Safety officials who didn't know or never saw the potential using these tools and thanked me for that for the idea but well the truth is that this is still the footsteps of this idea. And i'm really excited about all these people developing the future yet so an obvious question is what are your goals for. Moving this concept forward. Well about the goal. I have to share with you. This the goal of lena zip and for everything i do is the same okay israeli on my mission right so when you open my website. The first thing you see is i support food safety professionals in doing bagfuls of field career. Okay so that sentence is the campus for everything i do if i can develop tools or trainings to do we really five an id or new concept that i believe heads value to food safety professional. I'm happy to share it for free in my monthly haji goals as well as the case. Awfully nassib what really matters for me. Is that food safety. Professors global rate and work together to assure safe food consumers. What i will also like to emphasize is that we don't need to reinvent the wheel. What i mean is this. I'm not doing it with nasa. I'm not inventing anything. I think this is an important message. Because food safety professionals often i'd to close inside their own. Food safety cocoons. Let's say like that. Don't look to other aspects of the business sometimes our own business. Okay or even had business that take advan- and take advantage of tools and the principles that are successful there. Go and i sincerely hope that food safety professionals can do more of that. Because it's important. We have to brother our site and date in welcome. This new ideas from other aspects of the business. Right i i absolutely agree with you. before my life As editor of food safety magazine. I worked in publishing and other disciplines that i see a lot of similarities What going to a conference in seeing the same vendors on the show floor but with different areas that they can apply those same tools across different industry. So i absolutely agree with you. Cinemas we wrap up today If you had your Crystal ball therein in portugal. What do you feel is the next big challenge for food safety professionals to overcome. Well barbara. I will like to. Maybe i can split these reply in into because i like talk about food safety professionals and i love to talk about about food safety systems. In general for food safety professions. I will say speed on thrust base speed interest and they are somehow interconnected because speed. These characteristic of the age relieve on. Everything is fast speed. New products are developed and introduced in the market in which new trans emerge an organization. Run to fulfill them is way faster than regulations to control. It are developed or to allow organizations taking time to study in fully understand potential hazards. This fast pace is also a fertile land for fraud. Fraud is special attractive in these new products as they either last or not regulated adult and not well even these products are not well known by consumers. They really don't know what to expect. So and and even because this new products often are not developed by well-established organizations we the reputation to protect gay because commonly these organizations. Take more time and be more. More cautious to launch a broader the market or or this speed can impact stressed because as consumers have bad experience with these products. They may lost lose trust in all the products. Not only the ones they are buying at the moment challenge. Can we balance the fast speed of our modern society with the.
"haji" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Like oh. Wow i mean it's not funny but it's just like what the hell like. How is this possible. And when we saw those photos of her leaving the police station with that hair with that bag with shoes to watch her get into the limo with these women to go on a ski trip knowing that the fbi is about to come and arrest her is just everything and i will never forget getting sent that arte call from my friend and him saying the cameras were rolling the cameras. Were there like you know andy. Cohen is when that happened. You know andy. Cohen report a whole glass of champagne for him. So and everybody else in office. Well this is the year the era of housewife decline cling. Jail jail glam slam. Do you know a like literally three like in the in the span of housewives. We had theresa going to jail for something dealing with this sort of thing. We have erica. Jane and theresa's real housewives of new jersey. We have erica jane. That's actually right now. Going through it in the cameras are filming in the season is coming on with. She's going to something dealing with fraud. And now we have. Jim shaw like honestly if you know that you have sketchy business going on. Please don't show your labra life please. I'll show your bags implant bags of like you know every person's you can imagine your house big ass house you just like if you know you need to sit at home turn. Tv's all closed blinds. Haji kids haji husband in a run for the run for the. He'll you should not be on national television because is good for us to watch. But i feel bad if you eat a mashed potatoes and and and and you know chicken and that's not really season in jail. You dislike looking. You know it's just so wild it's so filed and just shows you like how messed up. These women are that they're like you know what awesome i am. Fraud being elderly people out of their money and ruining their life so that i can act extravagant and you know what would be even more awesome. I'm gonna go on tv. And flaunt it like the the the level of narcissism that you have to have to do something like that and you're right like you.
"haji" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Up his Consecutive start streak for the switchbacks, but the dude deserves to get a few minutes off. So will be Oxford and Edwards in the middle interest into Hajj, who scored his first goal this season one week ago against Austin will round out the back line Beverly marking Gilo will be In the midfield, along with Ronnie Argueta gets a spot start tonight, and then we'll see Haji Bury the league's leading goal scorer to shame back for Thomas, among and Michy Galina. So what do you make about this lineup rolling that Brandenburg's thrown out there? Yeah, I make that Haji Berry is going to do what his position says on the back of his jersey. I think he's going to be dropping a little bit deeper and playing in that number 10 role trying to drop trying to string things together, and I think it's going to be a bit of a different role for Haji Berry. But we've seen in time and time again this season, drop a little bit deeper and really excel when he's there. So again the lineup for New Mexico Tam Bacchus in gold today, right in in year would across the back lines. Suggs Martinez ERA and Neji, Um in the midfield, we hand Sandoval and Rivas up top and for the switchbacks, Abe Rodriguez and goal Anderson, Oxford, Edwards and Hajj in front of him. Midfield. Beverly Mocking Gila, Ronnie Argueta Haji Barry Back Furred among and Galina up top for the switchbacks are referees for tonight's match. Once we get underway will be Joshua Incarnation. He is the head referee. Nicholas Balcer and Chris Canalys will be the assistance. Our fourth official tonight down in Albuquerque will be Christian compost. So, uh, couple minutes away from getting this one underway. It might have been even push back. I think Now where I think we're on time with five minutes to go before this one gets underway. Brendan Burke mentioned Roland in my interview with him earlier this week that the early goings of this contest and it sounds like it's a repeat because we always talk about the first 10 15 20 minutes. What are you looking for? From the switchbacks in that regard? First of all, I'm just jealous. You got an interview with Brendan Burke this week, but I think the 1st 15 minutes the switchbacks are going to have to deal with the conditions. It's a difficult place to play. You see the saw that slot laid on top of the baseball field. It's always difficult down there in the 505. I think for the switchbacks are going to have to deal with some of that physicality. We talked about.
"haji" Discussed on Bro History
"There's nothing really be made in afghanistan. they don't even have. it never went through That kind of industrialization process that the arab world went through you know after the world war two because they never had a real government there they never. I mean not saying the government is the reason why the industrialization happens but they never. They're just removed from even the concept of a modern market economy. They're just so far from that the majority of the society in the mountains and the valleys where they speak different dialects every single in town. You know what. I mean seriously but you know go back to the trucking mafia so these new transporting elite started emerging and they would collaborate with the pakistani government to truck weapons to the afghan rebels while also running these multimillion dollar hair dollar heroin empires and no warlords within the muhajideen groups. They were also involved in the narcotics trade For example You know there is a flick. There's like a handful of really famous there so many warlords. But there's a handful of really famous ones that you know that are featured in every single book There's one named nassim accu dada. I can't really pronounce it but you know. He enforced opium production quotas for for for Poppy farmers in in in the helmand valley and no even like they're very pious. Muslim warlords like Building heck machar unicef colleagues were were operating heroin labs and no these warlords would get into turf wars just like the black disciples and vice lord do in chicago now. They're just they're they're just criminal rackets. That were fighting each other. And everybody's in on it. Yeah so you know. Even with the removal of a of the soviet backed government. You know things didn't get better. You know what happened is that it turned into a chaotic anarchy. Not a not an cap. Society me chaotic anarchy with just no rules or laws. Just andrei up anarchy. I think yes so You know these rival mu haji. Mahajan factions started fighting each other and it just created this very highly unstable environment and The violence created a high risk environment for the transit industry. So you know. They were haven't check points so they basically what they would do is that they would just creat checkpoints everywhere and these different warlords so truck. They'd stopped the truck. They give me money. They didn't give him money. They kill the kill them and take their shit..
"haji" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast
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"haji" Discussed on Course and Career Chat
"It's not even a thing but logically. It makes no sense bosch emotionally. I think when you start to say that it does kinda play play on your brain a little bit and make you question whether you should do that or not. So i love that you turned it around and went and got into that class so when you were doing that did you have an idea. Haji like way then back onto that sort of nanotechnology train or you were still just following your passions. Yeah where were you in terms of career. At that point at that point i always still just trying to find the things i was most interested in and i didn't have any specific idea of what i wanted to do. I think when. I came into utanov biology extensive biomedical science. Interested me a lot and found myself steering away from that full for whatever reason there were other things were exciting me more but at that stage i didn't i didn't pick up physics because those particular end goal in mind. I just something just sparked my interest. And i decided to run with it yet and i and again as curry's teacher. I love hearing that. Because i feel like that is the key to to actually getting where you want to go. I think lots of people sort of strategize and try to hack and we're cat you know how they can get the best utah and all these all these extra stuff whereas i firmly believe that if you just follow what interesting you will end up somewhere really interesting and you don't have to. You don't have to know all the answers you don't have to get too far ahead of yourself. You just one step at a time you know. What's the next best decision for me. It sounds like that's exactly what you were doing at the time. Oh absolutely and. I'm still doing that now. You never know what you're going to do forever. Nobody does you can look at it in hindsight instead of backtrack but even the best laid plans never never eventuated while you expect..
"haji" Discussed on A Feed Called clubmarketevents
"That trail through is a very well respected law sales tech organization haji yesterday post state. Do us sales script been your script and immediately the very well respected people in the sales world. One denise ignore this this terrible advice and that created another post today from rich smith from her frock that said oh my god. Don't you scripts this is. Why should have scripts. Leo new brilliantly commented on about the twenty two years that you've been in sales you still got the script. Don't been your script and the research so much advice out. There is in the the so much potential for self development. It is hard to know. What's what's wrong. What's wrong is anything wrong or is it just advice. It's those to take. Isn't it not testing. That's really crucial. Isn't no nothing. This is where we My approach comes into this is about being authentic can be in real an hour. People have aversion to that word. But if you know the style of like some of the books we've just mentioned might just be very ill-fitting for you like for me. A really aggressive masculine approach is really domineering. Is just not going to work for me. It's just not my style and people would smell a rat and and so. I think you've got to try on society. Don't just put the sail suit on in terms of behaviors. Untried be something you not. You've got to embody it in a way. That's natural and you come across as being highly skilled but still real still human and still Warm and approachable. And i think you know sometimes we forget that yes great to remember to do all the things that are good practice but you have to kind of grow into that. I think that that is where i would encourage people to yet. Tried out for sure. See face but if it doesn't do what works for you and you've ican only really know what that is by trial and error and being brave enough to to try and then ditch..
How Is The Piri Reis Map so Accurate?
"Born around fourteen sixty five in gallipoli. A turkish peninsula across the gene see from greece. Pirie reece's real name was haji. Ahmed mouhidin puree. The word res actually referred to a rank. He acquired later in life. As a captain in the ottoman navy. From a young age. Pirie felt at home on the sea. It only twelve years old. He joined a crew of pirates led by his uncle. Kamal for fourteen years kamala attack christian trading ships in the mediterranean sea with periods side. The islamic ottoman empire was expanding but it wanted to avoid open warfare with italy. Spain and portugal. So it empowered private captains like kamal to do its dirty work period. Uncle taught him how to pilot a ship and navigate. Using the stars together they fought battles and stole plunder. The even rescued jews and muslims fleeing catholic persecution in the spanish peninsula and in fourteen ninety five. The empire officially inducted inducted puree and kamal into the imperial ottoman navy. Kamal died in fifteen ten leaving forty-five-year-old pirie without his captain and mentor freed from obligation. He hung up his pirate boots and turned to his. True passion cartography. He returned to gallipoli and to work on a map that he hoped would capture the whole world on a single page. This daunting task took three to complete period gathered more than twenty different charts created over the preceding two thousand years. One of his sources was an ancient map supposedly drawn from the reign of alexander. The great sometime between three thirty six and three twenty. Three b c e. Many others were drawn by portuguese and arabic explorers to combine all these charts period had to match the contours of each continent's coastlines to each other like fitting together pieces of a puzzle. Even with modern technology. This would be difficult but at the time. The task was nearly
"haji" Discussed on No Jumper
"My heart in his heart will dale. He said tigers trashed nick. He said if you not financially stable your home he is disgusting. Track his verbatim. Hit your home. He's trash shit. And i said okay. Look you know as time went on. I seen ending in leave club live. You know star booming. Whatever not roster. Doing his thing. And i finally seen him getting a little money. I'm like hey what's up. I'm like april financially stable. He looked apartment haji. We got a lot of new members coming in right now. Appreciate you guys hooker. Canoe mother mother. Terrell was fucking around in the fucking era. Only smith told me loads of support. Thank you appreciate you. Would you ever fuck somebody from the chat. Yes i would fuck a woman from the chat. Let me be clear on a chat. Why these bitches on a chat seem like it's all niggers on the chat All he said he was about money when talking about the talk that he's all about the honest lyrics. Oh fucking tight about money and never to or you. Don't remember yeah. He probably talking about money. Shitting on niggers. Because you know a little lane shit tour and that's what we can do the studio so we can do this shit over. There adams still import up. We keep saying it. I'm a polo with doggystyle. Go stop it carl's charter. New member tiny because finally financially stable boy got to shops melrose man lose name now he he just put me on one of the past shop. beach here. We need some citizen here. That's the show. He only smokes. Pcp now getting worse. Peak added show time to shine for shellfish. Oh josh yeah appreciates our motherfucker. Thank you them for coming on his mother fucker say nah to be a co host. This at the end of the day man tuna friday will be here but everybody else will be so to say..
"haji" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers
"Awards just goes to furniture wall. I believe right now really. Oh yes aalyah furniture. Yes she was. She was great very happy to see her win. That one for johnny johnny man. We don't like watch video and ruin this part of this annual tradition that we have. I don't know this was going to be a game. It was game last year. I can't remember the last year. i still think. Twenty nine hundred last year twenty. Twenty-nine has gone aglietta furniture. Wella enjoy anyone. She was great. I want to see grow fund more from her. I really liked her. There is no best male debut and best debut. Director went to rajesh krishnan for loot case. I was really happy to see that. Luke case was nominated for a number of awards. It was nominated for eight again. I think we'll deserved. I really liked case. I kind of had the thought. Leuke said really flown under the radar. Maybe i'm wrong about that. I'm not too sure. I mean it's hard to know but i liked lucas. Writing best story best screenplay went to sir and best dialogue went you columbus tobbaco Best music director to ludo leases pack playback singer mail for assigned to pad playback singer female for a song and mma lang. Wow okay. I was not expecting me to show what no one ever expects. Unleashed the madness is. What the tagline is right. Has it bad movie but maybe that song was good. I don't know okay. Critics awards Best film went to eib l. a. You gotta watch still. That's i don't know anything about this movie. Joan pellicer isn't it and this pratique vats of hindi films. Okay this is you think of their poetry has a film title. It's about someone who it's like a funeral. No this one's about a guy who has steeled bunch of monkeys. As i recall i'm interested to check it out it yet yet. Unusual government java keeping monkeys away from public buildings if veto galapagos at taveau come yob pad. Lucas and sir. John this is where he wins. Best actor for gloves have won the critics one and tilson. Thomas show may one actress for sir. I think well deserved think. She gives a a nice and understated performance in that film Our front con lifetime achievement. Award to pod best. Editing gulag was taboo. Best production design farrakhan got at best choreography for chara for the title song. Which again. I don't think as possible because he has choreography but notch connected to reality very well. Sure i'm kind of glad. I'm kinda sad that illegal weapon from st answer. Three d didn't win. I like that number best. Cinematography went to galapagos tabio. Racked up a lot of awards. Yeah sound designed to provide backward to pat costume design golob. Whatever i would like to see the gone to shock until debbie which was nominated. Lots of cool clothes such true. Yeah action tun haji. There was not a huge action year for two thousand twenty pushed. All those for the next year. Boggy three was also nominated vet. Lake nominated for shitty movie award. They had unions suck. Yeah exactly. I mean the action was pretty like popping in tun haji like them scaling. All the walls and kennedy was great the giant sham and they're fighting over awesome ten..
"haji" Discussed on Emocje a życie
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"haji" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"They say that side coup later chains prompt committed to the Degree to be psychology or the psyche. They say that side cool means limitation of dispirit art. So then try because it's point. How can that cycle that was side. Coup how can they make this leap for this transition from that side. Coup being psychology win the definition is the steady or the new nation. The human spirit. When you know studying psychology. I want what was i to say about the human spirit. So so what. We know about psychology and how their site. Why the psychology. In here they come with this definition of no psychology really needs side coup that the elimination of the human spirit. So i guess. I'm kind of flipping the interview roku Think about what we know about. Psychology right yeah white psychology. What what do you think they have that designation all of is is the study of the human spirit on. What is we're gonna be in the lab tomorrow. Going to stanford psychology department head. Y'all know the origin inside. Haji actually had this study the human spirit they take out and be like nah because because they're going to want some kind of rational measurable type of empirically testable definition. I'm assuming yes right you you you hit it right on going. 'anti-racism measurable observed behaviors. I have to see it in. I don't see it in doesn't exist right exactly racing. Define this dana just talked about and they will argue that you can't you do see spirit. You know zongo traditions. That you can't right but they're gonna say you can't see spirit you can operationally define it. But what these allergies are really talking about is that how would eliminate the human spirit is when you look at..
"haji" Discussed on WTOP
"Quick check of the numbers on Wall Street in Friday is ending on a pretty down no to the Dow is down. 452 the NASDAQ Off 195. Yes and P Down 51. Jeff Clay Ball will have more money news in 10 minutes here on Double duty, Okay Sports at 15 and 45. Howard by Red River Technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Hey, Dave, What's the story? Whoa! Hillary, we have some breaking NFL news involving the Burgundy and Gold. Atlanta hires former Washington football team executive Kyle Smith is the Falcons new vice president of player personnel. No. Smith had previously held the same position with the Burgundy and gold. He had worked in Ashburn since 2011 men's College Basketball Hall of Fame coach John Chaney passes away at the age of 89. He built temple into a perennial Atlantic 10. Our and N C. A. A tournament contender along with the late John Thompson. Chaney was part of the first wave of African American coaches in men's Division One hoops in the 19 eighties. NBA Wizards have been short handed since coming back from their pandemic related hiatus. But tonight they get Darvis protons Roy Haji Mara and Mo Wagner back on the floor against Atlanta. That's a seven o'clock start on 1500. A M baseball nationals agreed to a one year contract with backup catcher Alexa via the 34 Year old appeared in 23 games last season for Minnesota. He made the All Star team while with Detroit in 2012, former Nazi second baseman Daniel Murphy announces his retirement from the game and his two full seasons in D. C. Murph led the league and doubles both times. He was also a beast against the team that let him leave the New York Mets inspiring ex girlfriends and former boyfriends everywhere. Dave Preston. W T o p Sports All right up ahead on double D t O P. Yeah, a few inches of snow will be on the ground Sunday. We'll talk about the forecast next to 3 17. Way made Yusa insurance for members like Martin, a veteran made of conviction. He believes if you're going to do something, you should do it right, like measuring twice on cutting once. So when a hailstorm to his house and his car Yusa reached out to him before he could even inspect the damage, Martin said. That's how you do it right is roof in the.
"haji" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"He's treated many cases of Haji Metals. Tired itis in many cases of thyroid nodule. And knows what to do about him. Me sit back and grab his phone number while you're there, Margie. That's Dr Schwartz of Baba Baba. There's my role in X and there we go Original. How Vince, did you call him up? At 602788 43 33. 602788 43 33 now, you know, I'm not gonna sit here. Recommend something to you? Because I don't know what you need. He can find out what you need objectively by looking at Your blood tests and other bio markers to see what it is. Your body is telling him that it's deficient in and then going forward care. Original healthy Institute, Dr Schwartz 602788. 43 33. All right, Margie. All right. Thank you. You're welcome. Thank you for your call. Good health to you. Thank you, okay. Right. It's not easy. I'm not saying it's easy because by the time somebody gets to a nodule Multiple na jewel's usually chronic and they've had, you know, medical examinations year after year after year. Everything's normal. See again, Margy. See next year. You're looking looking good. You're doing good. 00. You got Nigel's now? No, no, they don't come up like that Things happen over time. It's okay. All right now it's even get another phone call in before the next break. That would be Earl in Tempe. Welcome to the Doctor. Bob March and show, Earl. Hello. Doctor. How are you? I'm well, How are you? Well, I'm pretty good. So like I'm almost 70 and I went to the dentist, and he said that the gum around my bone around my front teeth. Had got a nine millimeter gap. So I went to a specialist, and he It's um you know, removed infection and stuff some stuff in there. And allegedly, it's gonna be okay. Should I be taking any vitamins to try and grow that bone back is my question. Yes, you should. First of all, you need to be on what is called the dental defense system. Bye. Spry Spry s p r y dental defense system. It's one that uses heavy amounts of zyla tall, which will help clear out that oral cavity from the biofilm and the streptococcus mutants that you keep spilling into your mouth on destroying your gum tissue and your teeth and everything else. So it's called. Spry s P r y dental defense system. It includes mouthwash, toothpaste, mints and gum that are impregnated with Zeile. Asshole. Next you should be taking coke. You 10. People who have gum disease and efficient and coke, you tent, So I'd say 4 to 600 MG of that per day, along with the dental defense system, Good dental hygiene, hygienists and watchful eye by your dentist over time. Asses long as you don't have asked your paralysis. Most males don't but you may just showing it in the mouth. But I think that dental defense system along with the coke, you 10 over time. Earl should do the job for you. That's what I'm hoping anyway. Okay? And I'm thinking that if if that's something that happens for you, great if it doesn't Well, um, but you need to give it six months. This problem didn't happen overnight. You know, this already didn't happen overnight, and it's not gonna get well overnight. But if you're diligent With the dental defense system, along with the Coke, you 10 and maybe some added vitamin C every day, maybe some queer sittin 500 mg of queer sittin with vitamin C. Maybe three times a day. I think that you'll impress the dentist in six months with the progress that your gums have made. Okay, Well, I appreciate it. I appreciate your phone call and good health to you, Earl. All right. Thanks, sir. Goodbye. That simple folks. What's it worth? It's your health. Let's talk about Parkinson's disease. Did you know that there's a special foods That can slash your risk of the development of this disease called Parkinson's disease, where people have the shaking and the shimmering And suffer from Um, you know, balance problems, walking issues, tremors. It's just terrible, and it's progressed. What'd you say? Yeah, I did that already. And so if you eat broccoli And red peppers. And other foods that are high in vitamin C and vitamin E. It can actually slash your risk of Parkinson's disease. You ready for this by one third. Now you see how important it is to get The nutrients from the food, But unfortunately because of the bad soil practices here, the United States it's diff. It's becoming more and more difficult to get the nutrients out of the food that's in the ground. You really have to try hard. And as our guest said last hour. Great good from pharmacy. Uh, you need to take supplemental action. To ensure that yes, you should eat well and eat as many of the organic foods and fruits and vegetables as you can. But also fill in the gaps. Where your otherwise not getting in the diet. Most of us are not getting it with the sea Veg s E A V E G. And this is one more reminder. This study. Out of the University of Milano by coca monitoring 41,000 adults for an average of 18 years recording their vitamin intake. And sure enough The people who They were able to measure that they were getting Greater amounts of vitamin C and vitamin E. By eating those foods like broccoli and peppers and sweet potatoes and oranges and strawberries and so forth the ones that are organic. You don't want to get the ones that are sprayed. Full of pesticides like life, a Satan all the other stuff. Strawberries being the worst of them all that's right over the top of the list. You. Ah. Will reduce your risk of the development of this disease by one third. I mean that's unheard off and the drugs that are given for Parkinson's. These are marginal at best. Cinnamon, all the other drugs that deal with dopamine marginal. The better thing to do If you do have it right now, or you get it is to use nicotine. And I don't mean smoke either. I mean, you can use it in patch form. You can use it in, uh, gum just to control the symptom. Atala. Jeez. He have half a quality of life. But in the meantime, there's no reason why you can't get started on eating more fresh fruits and organic fruits and vegetables getting and taking the supplements vitamin E vitamin C.
Arrest made in 2008 kidnapping of journalists in Afghanistan
"Kidnapping of journalists in Afghanistan An Afghan man has been brought to the United States to face charges in the 2008 kidnapping of New York Times journalist David Road. An Afghan journalist and their driver, 42 year old Haji Najibullah is charged in a six count indictment that was unsealed in Manhattan federal court Wednesday. Charges include hostage taking, conspiracy and kidnapping. US. Authorities did not say where or when Najibullah was arrested. They thank Ukrainian authorities for their help. Road and Afghan journalist to hear Lewton escaped the Taliban controlled compound in Pakistan's tribal areas after more than seven months in captivity. Their driver escaped. A few weeks later, I might grow CIA AP News
Afghan man charged in kidnapping of New York Times journalist; brought to New York to face US justice system
"On arrest has been made in the kidnapping of journalists in Afghanistan. Associated Press correspondent Mike Grazia. Reports an Afghan man has been brought to the United States to face charges in the 2008 kidnapping of New York Times journalist David Road. An Afghan journalist and their driver, 42 year old Haji Najibullah is charged in a six count indictment that was unsealed in Manhattan federal court Wednesday. The charges include hostage taking, conspiracy and kidnapping. It's not yet clear where he was taken into
6 Former Houston Officers Indicted After Drug Raid That Killed Couple
"Houston police officers indicted in connection with last year's deadly No Noche drug raid on Harding Street. Harris County grand jury handed up the indictments this week, which include counts of murder, falsifying documentation and misinforming judges in order to get search warrants. Six indicted former officers or Gerald Goings, who is charged with murder. Steven Bryant, sergeants plenty. Raina and Thomas would Lieutenant Robert Gonzales and officer Haji Armstrong. The botched raid resulted in the death of a woman and her her husband husband left left several several officers officers wounded. wounded.
Turkey trial of Saudi suspects in Jamal Khashoggi murder begin
"In absentia to former aides of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed, Bill Sutton, Salman and 18 other Saudi nationals over the 2018 killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal has shown taking the witness stand at the beginning of the trial in Istanbul when Mr Hachioji was murdered inside the Saudi consulate almost two years ago. Has bean his fields, say Teacher Vegas. She is hoping that the trial would reveal significant new evidence on DH finally reveal what happened to Mr Haji's mutilated remains. Also in court is for U. N. Special reporter Agnes Kalama, who has denounced on earlier Saudi trial behind closed doors of those accused off killing as a mockery. That trial absolved
Parcast Classic: Haji Bagcho
"To the graphic nature of this king pins crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. Haji bug show hated helicopters. They flew overhead constantly a never ending reminder of the American invaders. He couldn't even enjoy a cup of tea without it being interrupted by their buzzing he wondered where the choppers were going. This time the. Us military had been daily nuisance in Afghanistan for a decade but lately the foreigners had started targeting bogged chose heroin labs in the mountains. They were blowing them up one by one destroying his equipment and terrorizing his workers. It was costing him a fortune. The noise of the chopper blades was deafening and only kept getting louder. That's when Bob Show realized the helicopters weren't passing by. They were coming for him. I'm Howell argued and I'm Kate Leonard and this is kingpins every week. We journey inside the ranks of Organized Crime Rings From Street gangs to mafiosos to understand how a kingpin or Queen Pin Rises to the top of the underworld and why they fall as we follow the lives of infamous crime bosses will explore how money and power changed them and how it changed the community around them. This episode is about Haji bogged show who ran one of the most prolific drug trafficking rings in the world from the nineteen nineties. Two thousand nine at par cast. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at par cast and twitter at Parkas network? And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening. It really does help us. On June twelfth. Two Thousand Twelve seventy year old. Haji bug show stood before a judge in Washington DC. He was a long way from his home in Afghanistan and he might never be going back. Bob Show had just been convicted for drug distribution and narcoterrorism. His lawyers had advised him not to testify at the trial. They didn't want him to incriminate himself but at his sentencing hearing bogged show refused to stay silent. He ranted about the witnesses who had been called to testify against him. They were liars and criminals. According to Bob Show. He called himself an honorable man. A simple merchant like his father and his grandfather before him Cho- may have thought of himself as a merchant but it would be hard to describe his lifestyle as simple by his own admission bog. Joe Owned Property in both Afghanistan and Pakistan more than one person described his home in Afghanistan as a castle with a column lined. Main residence a guesthouse. Electricity and running water luxurious accommodations. Compared to his neighbors most people in bog chose. Providence earned a living by farming raising livestock or trading in lumber bog chose spent his days pudding together. Heroin deals in two thousand six his operation produced and sold over one hundred and twenty thousand kilograms of heroin about twenty percent of the world's total heroin supply that year in a single year bogged show earned two hundred and fifty million dollars making him one of the world's richest people and one of the world's poorest countries. The question is how did he get there? It's a difficult question to answer. Thanks to Afghanistan's chaotic past. Most of bog chose life is a complete mystery until the nineteen nineties when his international heroin operation seemed to emerge from the dust fully formed. But a little bit of history can help us fill in the blanks. Joe was born in nineteen forty two in the Non Gerhard province of eastern Afghanistan later in life bog show earned the title. Haji which is an honorific given to Muslims who have completed the pilgrimage to Mecca when bog show was growing up. Afghanistan was locked in a struggle between urban elites who wanted to modernize the country and rural tribal groups who preferred to keep their traditional ways of life in Nangahar bog. Cho- lived among a fiercely independent tribal community that resisted any intrusion. Bog Show called his people frontier. People the Western press had called the area ungovernable comparing it to the wild west militant groups from al-Qaeda to the Taliban to Aycell have all found refuge. Nangahar is remote mountains and complex cave systems in nineteen forty-five when bog show was just three years. Old Afghantistan banned opium production. As part of the government's modernization efforts after World War. Two new diplomatic relationships were forming around the globe and Afghanistan. DidN'T WANT TO BE LEFT BEHIND. The ban would show the world that Afghanistan was willing to comply with Western norms including drug control regulations but harvesting poppies was a part of daily life. In rural Afghanistan. Peasants made cooking oil from poppy seeds. They burn the flower. Stocks is firewood. They made soap from the Ash and the harvested opium from the flowers for us as a medicine. Banning opium was seen as a tone deaf insult to their traditions. The law was largely ignored as long as the government could point to the opium Ban as a talking point. They didn't bother actually enforcing it. Neighboring countries like Pakistan India and Iran all pass stricter opium bands over the next few decades and they took their regulations seriously as a result opium smuggling out of Afghanistan skyrocketed in the nineteen sixties. By the time bog Joe was in his early twenties. In the mid sixties drug trafficking rings had sprung up all along the border smuggling was so pervasive. It was hardly seen as illegal or immoral years later. After bogged Joe was arrested. His younger brother admitted he was a smuggler. That's true everyone in our area is Boncho came from a relatively well off family. He inherited property from his father. Who was a wooden merchant and used it to start several businesses gas stations. An electronics store an auto import company. But at some point he turned his focus to drug smuggling perhaps he saw it as a business opportunity to lucrative to pass up. He was right about that. It was a lucrative industry and completely resistant to political turmoil. Things didn't slow down at all when the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in nineteen seventy nine. The Soviet invasion was meant to reinforce Afghanistan's new communist government which had won control in a coup the previous year Afghan rebel fighters who call themselves the mujahideen violently resisted the new communist government and the Soviet Army. The war devastated the country. Soviet troops targeted rural farmers burning fields and destroying irrigation canals but poppies were durable crop. They kept flourishing even in the midst of war so thousands of farmers switch their crop of choice to poppy flowers. Opium production increased exponentially and drug traffickers. Had A rebel army ready and willing to protect them Mujahideen. Commanders forged an alliance with drug traffickers including Haji bog show the invested money and resources into smuggling operations and in return smugglers gave the mujahedeen cut of their profits which they used to fund their fight against the Communists then Mujuhedeen funding source to the United States. Government almost immediately after the Soviets invaded Afghanistan. The C. I. A. began secretly arming and financing the rebel forces in their fight against communism the US was willing to ignore the fact that some of those funds and guns were making their way to drug traders. The increasing flow of drugs was actually a bonus hero and started falling into the hands of the Soviet troops. Soon enough the Soviets were busy shooting up. Instead of spreading the red menace of communism a decade after their invasion the Soviets decided the war was too costly to maintain. They finally withdrew from Afghanistan in nineteen eighty nine but by then an entire drug industry had blossomed from the burnt fields. Relationships had been made trafficking routes had been established and huge opium bazaars had sprung up throughout the country in the early nineteen eighties. One of these opium markets opened in Gani Kill about twenty miles from the city of Jalalabad. It's sprawled across several blocks like a giant flea market with over five hundred dusty shops and booze but instead of selling antiques and goods merchants here sold opium. Throngs of people pushed their way through the bazaar every day among them was Haji bogged show by the end of the Soviet war in nineteen eighty nine bog. Show was nearly fifty years old. And one of Afghanistan's richest drug smugglers. Although he wasn't yet making the nine figure deals he would later be known for some of Bug chose contemporaries were notorious for their decadent lifestyles infamous Afghan kingpin. Haji Khan was known for his extravagant alcohol. Fueled parties a big taboo in a traditionally Muslim country. But bonk showed didn't have that reputation. He was a family man. He had six brothers two wives and sixteen children. He ran his drug operation like any other family. Business is brother. Bandeau oversaw drug labs where chemist manufactured heroin from opium paste. Bog chose son. Soochow Goule handled the money and recordkeeping bogged show employed about two hundred fifty workers. Even if they weren't blood related bog show wanted them all to feel like they were part of the family. He kept them close. Both emotionally and physically. Most of his servants lived full time on his family's compound bog. Joe Even built a house right next to his own for his top chemist farm on Shah bog chose favorite servant. Cari later said I was not his real son but when it came to food clothes and other things I was treated the same. As his son's bag show was a hands on manager he visited bazaars personally to ensure the opium he purchased was top quality. He then sent the opium to his drug labs which were nestled high in the mountains of Nangarhar thousands of feet above ground level once the chemist extracted heroin from the opium. The drugs were brought to bog chose compound where bog show directed his workers to wrap it in. Plastic stamped with bog chose signature seal to his clients. That seal meant that they were getting the best. Most of the heroin was loaded into trucks and smuggled into Pakistan bog show regularly met with Afghan police and Border Patrol officials for a price. He could make sure that none of his couriers ever ran into any trouble as they moved. Caravans of heroin across Afghanistan's route a one for smaller orders. Bod Show had an even more careful strategy. The couriers wouldn't eat for days. Before their task. Their work required empty stomachs. The heroine was put into capsules and when the time came they swallowed them washing them down with glasses of milk in the early nineteen nineties by. Chou built a second home base in Pakistan. He had dual citizenship which wasn't uncommon. The line between the countries was seen as arbitrary among the tribal communities who traded freely and spoke a common language this second home by Joe and his family a place to escape the new wave of violence and disorder. That was already sweeping across Afghanistan.
"Josh Robert Welcome to mental. Your hello thank you for having me so we're GONNA be talking about anxiety today. Quite an in depth I will. When did you first start experiencing anxiety yourself will so in a major way It really started me the morning after. I'VE BEEN TO A PARTY. So sounds quite unlikely. But prior to that I suppose it'd been nervous ish child but I'd never been I'd never had like maybe tiny panic attack so what you would associate with what I would now identifies a panic attack but really for me. It was kind of always completely final. Seemingly fine went to a party wake up the next morning and everything had kind of collapsed. The any idea what triggered that I didn't know I think it's a combination of genetic factors so I think if you poke around my family history. Logunov you'll see a lot of on diagnosed condemns with the Times but sort of mental health problems and then so I think it's probably sort of underlying and then yeah. I was sort of conference of lots of different things out of state in a job that I wasn't particularly joying maybe too long. I wasn't exercising. Tula losing a lot not really sleeping and so I think I was probably already slightly predisposed and then the policy push me. How did yet she actually fail on that morning? You describe it. Yeah I mean it was like waking up into if you seen a movie where they kind of an actor or character wakes up startled and it. It was basically like that. Wake up into a panic attack and like I said had sort of miniature panic attack previously this what must just complete next level in terms of the intensity of it say panic attacks on that different for different people but for me it's like an intensely physical experience stomach knotted breath. You know very short heart pumping going nuts is dilated skinny sweaty clammy hall but called less sort of thing And then accompanying physical. Tara is a very singular mental one. Which is the idea that at some point. Olis' physical stuff with my body is going to become too much and I'm GonNa have a heart attack will will pass out and lots of people very common people. Think of panic attacks when they're in the most being heart attacks and th- reality is thankfully whilst that terrifying No one started a panic attack yet so it was extremely intense and long so usually panic attack could last for thirty seconds minutes when I'd had these little tremors before this one was three or four hours. Oh my goodness yeah. It was really intense and it was sort of. Come maybe it would subside fractionally and then it would you know. Sort of new wave would come would sort of appear see. It was pretty grim. I went to I went obviously went to an e a bunch of times with three different times to the and Went to see two different. Nhs GP's this'll general prognosis and it's not their fault you know then. It just isn't at the moment setup to deal with problems like this but This sort of general prognosis that it was that it was a hangover. Gone wrong And you know the prescription was cup of tea and get a good night's sleep so think promos couldn't sleep so Five days after five days off the initial thing having badly slats and been in a constant state of panic I ended up going to To see a private GP just coughed up the cash and And he very quickly diagnosed me with a generalized anxiety disorder after that initial fairly long. Panic attack then manifest. Yes we moved. It went from being kind of immediate fear about dying to being an mall. Will generalize guess all pervasive fear of pretty much anything say the definition of a Generalized anxiety disorders will obviously worry about forget anything so things like getting fired or getting dumped to Get a whole bunch of really. Would they call sensory motor stuff so I worry about forgetting to breathe or not being able to swallow or being constantly live to the rhythm of blinking and things like that so you have those initial worries and then what you do? Is You worry about those worries. This is slightly difficult concept to grasp. But it's the idea that your normal people might worry about. Not Sleeping Normal. Invited comments people like me. Worry we'll spend our whole lives worrying about not sleeping. Does that make sense? It's like a second order. Almost derivative of the original worry and then the third thing is guilt. Say you find this with people who suffer from anxiety disorders and depressive conditions. And things like that where you look at your life. And what on earth do I have to worry about? And of course the reality is nothing but it's a disease or disease but it's a condition something that exists outside of me and therefore it's not really my fault takes a while to get. How did you deal with everyday life through this? I would say in the in the initial I sort of five days a very badly so I was badly sleeping. I didn't see anyone So I I was couldn't sick to work. Actually that's not true. I did go in occasionally but I would get their run into the Lou after a few minutes. Run into the losing sort of burst into tears. Kind of thing and then make excuses shuffle. It stayed really bad for me for about a year and so after a couple of weeks I started to develop. I don't K- ping mechanisms but ways of seeming fine externally whilst crumbling entirely and so. It's something I talk about quite a lot in the book. Is this idea that you really can be fine. Externally and be disintegrating internally and lots of friends of sets me having read the book. I feel terrible that we didn't know we couldn't spots or didn't realize it was as bad as it was. You know you said you had a problem but it was. It was as bad as it was. And the answer is not not an partly consciously. You're trying to cover covered up because you don't want to be have a problem. You know wants to be problem but also because actually It that's just the nature of it. Is You know. Come for me. At least it's very real duality to it And so yes in your question Obviously a bit of a mess for the first couple of weeks and then after that I think I started to get better. It are the disguising it or living with. When did you decide? You want to shad this sort of writing about intending people about it. I was always really chatty about it and I think that is slow maybe slightly old for particularly blokes to to be open about it in a way. I was lucky it was as bad as as walls because I had to. I didn't have an option. You know when you will spending an hour of every day at work in the lose crying You'll boss get slightly suspicious. You know either. You've got a bowel complaint or a cocaine addiction or something that means you against the latest much and so eventually I had to. I I started talking about it with people and once you've said it once again it's just my experience but once spoken about it once it gets each time you did it gets easier and easier and then. I the writing of the book came. I had been talking to a friend. Who's a journalist so I used to work in advertising and I was talking to a journalist at the same newspaper and he'd had a similar problem to me and he suggested. Oh you should you should write about. This wasn't something I'd really considered but I pitched it to see to the Times newspaper. He published the article and we just had this incredible reaction to it so too. I mean hundreds of messages from people around the world and on the back of that someone else to a book so called anxious man at what you cover on it. We talk about all sorts. So it's kind of rooted in my own experience. I hope that it's funny book. So they're all jake's which isn't necessarily the most obvious is doesn't obviously make a A sort of topic will vector for telling jokes but it is humorous. But it's kind of starting from my own experience. What's it like to live through the moment that I described earlier? Where you wake up to realize that your mind has collapsed. What's it like to experience? full-scale disintegration of the mental faculty And then Haji about getting better and I'm convinced that the things that stop you from having one of these things in the first place are the same things that help you to get better and so. I hope that the book is of course helpful for people who've had this problem was similar problems. But if you haven't their lessons in there hopefully Would be helpful. We also look at interesting thing you know would pick around things like social media. We look at the new cycle and how that affects mental health. Sleep BLUES. Stuff about what? How did he pass me in terms of getting better? So I would say the the kind of anchor in me getting better and there's a number of different stages but primarily for me. It's been a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy Which doesn't what form but for me. It's just been incredible. Changing my relationship with alcohol completely. Say become a complete bowl. Well not a complete at that Aussie things like exercise Say fairly standard stuff I will say maybe in the most when you have a problem. That's as longtime or rather when you have a problem that is immediate is mine was like yours at the start. What was the trigger? You spend a whole lot of time trying to figure out okay. What's the exact thing that caused this problem? And actually I would say one of the key components of my own recovery is accepting the there may not be a particular trigger that this might just be completely random and once you've realized that you can let go of the search for the specific combination of things that make giving you anxiety and start to get better.
Senate Republican express displeasure with Iran briefing
"To Senate Republicans broke party ranks Wednesday by announcing support for a resolution to limit president trump's military powers against Iran Mike Lee of Utah and rand Paul of Kentucky made their decision after leaving a closed door briefing with White House officials the mountain west news bureaus need Hajji has more in that briefing Republican Mike Leigh's says trump administration officials tried to dissuade him another lawmakers from debating further military action on the Senate floor what we're told over and over again was it look this action was necessary and we can't have division we can't have dissension within our ranks within our government or else it senses the wrong signal to the Iranians I just I think that's completely wrong the call the briefing quote lame and insulting and says he'll support the war powers resolution it was introduced by Democrats and could force the debate and a vote in Congress limiting the truck ministrations role in escalating hostilities with Iran for NPR news I met Hajji
After The Atlantic expos, will Bryan Singer continue to work in Hollywood?
"KCRW sponsors include southwestern law, schools, Biedermann, entertainment and media law institute study, entertainment and get a law degree in two three or four years apply or take the virtual tour S W law dot EDU slash KCRW. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt Hollywood is talking about the Atlantic's expose on Bryan singer. And we have covered Bryan singer, many people have taken a swing at trying to write the definitive expose on Bryan singer. It took these reporters a year to write this article. But finally, they have an on the record source and some who are not on the record who are alleging that Bryan singer raped them when they were underage, and it the question now is what if anything will happen, right because this expose has dropped not only in the middle of an Oscar race where a film that is still credit. Wanted to Brian singer as the director bohemian rhapsody, even though he was fired off the project is now in the mix for best picture and best actor among others at the Oscars and Bryan singer had lined up more work. He was scheduled to direct this red Sonja movie for a substantial pay day for millennium films that we'll see if that ever happens now. Yeah. I mean, the broader question, of course, also goes to the culture of Hollywood because I would argue that the the whispers and more than whispers about Bryan singer were as prevalent in Hollywood as the whispers about Harvey Weinstein. I think it was as much of an open secret probably for just about as long and we've written stories where we've kind of skittered up to the edge of this kind of allegation, but it has been very very difficult and again credit to these reporters to get anybody to go on the record even two or even to talk in detail and offer credible allegations off the records because that is when you offer aid because when you off. For details that identifies you, and I I know from doing these stories people, even when they are told they can speak without their names being used are afraid of identifying details and afraid of retaliation. We should say that Bryan singer has denied these allegations. And he has called them, homophobic. You know, the the Bryan singer case was always interesting because so much of the claims centered around this company called den D E N that was a kind of early first internet, boom company and the CEO of that company was a good friend of Brian singers and later was accused of sexual assault and pled guilty and is now a registered sex offender. But there was a mansion that was associated with that company where all sorts of things were alleged to have gone on. And Bryan singer was a big part of that. And there was a case about four or five years ago where somebody that actually sued Bryan singer and court made pretty scandalous. Allegations against him. And that case ultimately fell apart, and the plaintiff was found to have made up some things. So because that particular case fell apart a lot of people kind of shied away from the Bryan singer story. And ultimately he was found to have some inconsistencies in some of his allegations. They were dismissed, and because of that Bryan singer has always been able to say since then that he was falsely accused and that, you know, people have kind of shied away from him because of the bizarre nature of that initial claim. But no longer I will note that others who are who are also named by that accuser have subsequently been named by others who were on the record. And so Brian singer is not the only one in that circle who has been accused, credibly. I would say, and I will also say that many of these people who are assaulted and victimized are damaged, and it is then easy to discredit them later as this article points out it's reminds me a little bit of. Of you know, Scientology, they always have people come in and say, well, these people were damaged and they're liars. Well, there that's probably why they were insci- Haji when you've been the victim of an assault. Maybe there are behaviors later drug problems emotional problems that make it easy to say, you're not credible. And that is one of the central problems in getting these cases resolved. Thank you, Matt. Thank you. That's not Belony editorial director of the Hollywood. Reporter. He joins me this Monday at two o'clock on the business. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown KCRW sponsors include Netflix, presenting the original film Roma now nominated for ten Academy Awards, including best picture. Best director Alphonse oh Koran and best original screenplay Roma. Now playing in theaters everywhere this podcast was made by public radio station. KCRW our status as a nonprofit enables us to make bold and unusual programs. But we need your support to keep it that way donate or become a member at KCRW dot com slash join
Taiwan’s President, Defying Xi Jinping, Seeks International Support
"Wilson reports it escape games planners are locked inside a room where they work together to solve puzzles of find clues to make their way out the five girls who died was celebrating a friend's birthday when the visited the attraction in the northern city of ca chairman a man was seriously injured in the blaze was taken to hospital. The cause of the fire is still not known, but the Polish Interior minister Joaquim Brzezinski has all the checks to be carried out more than a thousand similar venues across the country escape rooms have experienced a surge in popularity in recent years in many countries for anything from birthday celebrations to company team building days. President Trump has that he's considering declaring a national emergency to bypass congress and build a wall along the border with Mexico. He said US security was at risk. Mr. Trump was speaking after talks with senior Democrats failed to produce a breakthrough in the row that's caused a partial shot. Down of the government now in its third week Democrats who this week control of the house of representatives opposed. The plan will this is the latest world news from the BBC. Sporadic violence has continued across the southern Indian state of Kerala. Nafta two women entered the Sabra Molle temple on Wednesday explosive devices targeting politicians from the states governing coalition caused several injuries on Friday night. Many have blamed right-wing Hindu groups for the continued violence and in apparent revenge attacks, one of their homes at an office was that on fire. The Pentagon is trying to verify reports that one of the architects of a deadly attack on an American worship. The US has coal more than eighteen years ago has been killed in Yemen. A US defense official confirms that Jamal Abu Dhabi. A suspected al-qaeda commander was the target of an asteroid on Tuesday Arab media are reporting that he died Nigeria's president Muhammadu Buhari has admitted that one of his appointments to the board of the electoral commission is a relation by marriage. But he denied opposition allegations that the Commissioner Haji Amina Zakhari is actually his niece claim that prompted complaints of rigging ahead of the elections in February. In japan. A record three point one million dollars has been paid for a Pacific bluefin tuna at the first new year auction of Tokyo main fish market, the tuna which way is ninety two hundred and eighty kilos was bought by a sushi restaurant owner Rupert Wingfield Hayes reports Kyoshi Kimura is known as Japan's tuna king and the price he pays at the annual new auctions bears only a vague relationship to the actual price of tuna on a normal day. A similar sized fish would sell for around forty five thousand pounds. Today's record is in part about status, and it creates a lot of publicity for Mr. Kimura and his sushi empire. But it is also a reflection of the scarcity of large Pacific bluefin tuna. They are officially listed as an endangered species. And since the middle of last year prices in Tokyo have climbed by more than forty percent BBC news. Hello and welcome back to the world this week where exploring the place beyond a rock, which are NASA probe is reached four billion miles from us. The most distant object man's technologies yet visited a little closer to home. China has landed a probe on the far side of the moon benefiting. Mankind says Beijing, but should we fear? It's global reach never mind. It's extraterrestrial one and should Bangladesh's Prime Minister be embarrassed by her election success, but I the earth and the moon are locked in an eternal dance as each moves on it's axis. So does the other which means there's a side of the moon? The earth's never seen until this week when following a virtual news blackout. China's space agency announced that Chinese four a probe had successfully landed on terrain fall rougher than natto which Diehl Armstrong took one small step for man. One giant leap for mankind. The head of. The agency says China will carry on exploration in the hope of benefiting mankind skeptics might see that as a good public relations statements rather than a reflection of China's true objectives. Michael Bristow are East Asia editor came into the world this week studio to discuss whether it's time to see China as a force for good. Although a couple of different things I see there's the science behind it. And it was a genuine scientific achievement is also the politics about it. It's a propaganda coup for the Chinese leader Xi Jinping his big theme since he came to power was promoting something which he calls, the Chinese dream essentially returning China to its proper place as one of the world's leading countries. And part of that is to put China at the full front of science and technology. Of course, at also has an economic spinoff because it allows China to develop technology, which can be used to make money that China is a signatory to wool the regulation that exists the green zone outer space activities. So there's no suggested the Chinese are going to start kind of setting up mining robots than the moon or anything like that. It's going to be collaborative. And they was stressing public comments about their commitment to expanding knowledge for mankind. But I suppose people will think back down on earth. China's approaches Norway's so collaborative certainly you would be right. Be slightly wary of those claims the Americans have banned the Chinese from being involved in space program because they're concerned about the transfer of technology in China stealing secrets, but even when we're not talking about space. There were all kinds of concerns about whether China's development of technology is for the benefit of everybody or whether it's just for the benefit of China. A perfect example of that would be the telecom company hallway, which is perhaps China's most international company the can accompany likes project and promote because it shows all the best of Chinese learning, and and technology a genuine international company, but yet over the last. Eight year all more a number of different countries around the world of being fearful of allowing way to use technology to develop telecom infrastructure in their countries. I was in the Carribean a few years back. I was very struck on the island of Dominika by the presence of Chinese workers. Chinese laborers, a big sports stadium that had been built by the Chinese government is a gift the people of Dominique how does China defend that kind of relationship, which even some on the island worry about how it's going and others might say is not so very different from the sort of colonial activity that was seen by European countries. Like, the UK what essentially and a half ago, there is certainly a case to be made that China's only doing what other countries primarily western countries have done before China's argument is essentially this making everybody we h he's not only going to benefit China. The Chinese would say it's going to benefit everyone else as well. And so. This kind of development. You talk about issues China's gift to the world to help them. Enjoy the economic benefits act. China itself is enjoyed what are the risks of conflict over this approach. A first economic lists. Which already a number of countries, identifying example, you've seen in Malaysia Sri Lanka other countries as well where the burden of debt imposed on those countries by China because of the money, it's loan them each too much. And then the failure is that at once you get to a country, then you have to sing to whatever Choon that it plays on a wider scale as well. It's the idea that China is completely different in its outlook to the western world where we value an individual rights the rule of law tolerance, not always perfectly smooth sable. That's the aim at. But in China, it's a one party state is the Chinese communist party, they given anything. They can do whatever they liked. So the thing is, of course, that this is a country we've at completely opposite ideals to the western world. So what do they want where were they going? What do they do if they don't get what they want Michael Bristow Chinese diplomat's among the first I hasten to Brasilia when Bolsonaro won Brazil's presidential election. He took office on New Year's day declaring this week that is election proves people want hierarchies order and progress a phrase, which wouldn't sound out of place coming from the lips of a Chinese official president Bonar ru is a figure of the right. Who's outbursts of the years of suggested a certain impatience with democracy. He took off his one month to the day after Andreas Manuel Lopez Oprah door was sworn in as president of Mexico Anglos. He's known is a politician of the left both of being public figures for thirty years. Both in their time of being regarded as Mavericks both say tackling organized violent. Crime is a priority. And both a well aware that it's on challenged violence that threatens the state on Friday, President Bosnia REU urged congress to pass legislation to protect the police from being prosecuted when they're on duty without that guarantee. He said there could be no guarantee of a rapid falling crime Leonardo Russia, the BBC's Latin America editor I into early in his political career when I was working in congress in Brazil. He was a newcomer. He was a new politician one of the few military men who had adventured into into politics after the end of the military government. And at the time, he came out to someone who was very very simple, not very eloquence, and the he had one he was just striking on one chord. He was saying he was there to defend the rights of the military, but not the rights, as you know, is a grander thing. He was there to defend the salaries the schools. Some privileges that many people had mainly lower ranking sub officials in the armed forces. That's quite a contrast in terms of his background to to Obrador in Mexico who who is kind of more steeped in politics, but also for quite a long time back Lopez over Dory is a different person. He is a much more ideological person. You can call both Mavericks is a term you can use to describe them. They both driven by their own agendas. But a LOP is a was a former mayor of Mexico someone with a vision that defied this of one party ruled it effectively was in Mexico phone for decades. And he tried to break that he ran for president. He lost an election, which many people thought was you know, he was cheated out of his victory. He certainly thought are you protesting about quite a long time. Yeah. He he blocked the main square the Sokolow in the main square in Mexico City for for weeks.