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Why The Oil Industry Doesn't Fear Biden

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:47 min | Last week

Why The Oil Industry Doesn't Fear Biden

"To learn more on the surface. The oil and gas industry is losing a friend on january twentieth. Donald trump the departing president gave fossil fuels his loud support. President-elect biden supports efforts against climate change yet. Some in the oil and gas industry are feeling cautiously optimistic. Npr's camille mosque. Explains why you might have heard that biden's win could mean the end of the oil industry. President trump warned it. Would some climate activists hoped it would and in the final debate biden himself said this transition from their own industry. Yes it is a big statement and that would be a big change over the last decade. Us oil and gas production has boomed. The shale revolution turned the united states into the world's top oil producer. A lot of that remarkable growth happened. During the obama administration and trump promoted the jobs in prophets that resulted but emissions from burning oil gas and coal are the biggest contributors to climate change. Which is already starting to have devastating effects around the world. So how could biden tackle those emissions step one might be a ban on new drilling on federal lands and private loans. It's a different story. They do not have the power to your sake. Somebody in south texas. You can of drill anymore. Rene santos's with snp global plattsburgh says that that kind of a ban would be significant but not the end of the industry is also expected to restore some environmental regulations. Which again won't eliminate all gas. The big question mark is what a climate bill look like her personal. Don't think it's going to be sensitive radical unless you know the more liberal side. All the democratic party gets a lot of influence which are so we see right now. It does not appear to be the case. Climate activists and scientists have called for ambitious action. That might be impossible to push through congress if republicans keep the senate so for now. This doesn't seem like a doomsday. Scenario for oil gas. I don't think it's a wholesale assault on the oil industry. It's just not going to be in favour like it was under president. Trump halima croft is a managing director at arby's see capital markets. She says the biden is serious about climate change but also doesn't plan to do away with fossil fuels. We actually wrote a note over the summer about the biden. Energy plan called hugging the mid line. Not just because. I left the ladas but we really did see this as an effort to sort of the neo. All the oil and gas industry sees room for some compromises and negotiations which might raise the question. What about biden's big statement about transitioning away from oil and gas jin. Snyder is a director at in virus. Which provides data's oil and gas companies. She says that was hardly breaking news. To insider's they know that a global transition happening a move away from fossil fuels is underway at the society level regardless of the administration biden also said quote. We're not getting rid of fossil fuels for a very long time. Snyder argues a president who manages a gradual shift. Away from oil might actually be better for business. The gut reaction is that this isn't good news for the industry but we're actually cautiously positive and politics aside right now. Oil producers are facing a more immediate struggle. The

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"halima" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:43 min | Last month

"halima" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"For Monday, October 26 goes to a 37 year old man named Ron. Big Think That's how you pronounce his last name. Narrow Han big have been sentenced to prison for three years because he had too many side chicks. Oh, man, listen to me, Okay? If there was ever a reason to be faithful to your wife, it is this story. A lot of your brother's out. There are going to be shocked to know that his wife was in on him sleeping around with side chicks. Oh, yes. His wife's name is Salima. She's 30. He ate and she used the GoPro camera to record her husband engaging in sex acts with side chicks. In fact, Some videos. March family vintage Ron would alternate between having intercourse with his wife and his sidekicks. I know I know something. I think this is late, which I never watched him damn 12 movies, okay? Pandora's box. Remember, those films that will pack used an early two Daven OK is never work with the open Pandora's box and invite chicken head into your bedroom. I don't care if your wife is down forward and not okay now, as I said Rihanna to send us to jail for three years. I know you're wondering what the hell did he do to end up in prison? Sleeping around Which side shakes and your wife is in on it? That's not a crime Well. This happened in England. So it's hard to find a news report. But there's several YouTube reporter speaking on it and issue to channel is actually called Scarcity. Studios I'ma Let them tell you why Ron retain have been sentenced to prison for three years because you're not gonna believe it from a care worker who was described as warped and had a sexual fantasy with his wife, where he fulfilled having sex with chickens in the basement of their home horrifying footage that he recorded every ham big abusing the birds. Some of them were family pets, and they were also recorded by his wife, Halima. The couple had a GoPro camera that was hot up in the cellar of their home to capture the footage of them indulging depraved and perverted acts of beast reality. A Bradford Crown court heard that Halima Big joined her husband's in the videos, and at one stage, they alternated from having sex with the animal on DH. His wife, the Brown and white chickens died as a result of the 37 year old sexual activity with them. He was jailed for three years by a judge who told him that his behavior had been depraved and perverted Haleem, his wife, who's Fortier's was spared jail after a judge said that the evidence showed that she suffered domestic abuse. Oh, yeah, I thought I made like side chicks. Oh, I did. Which side chicks like chickens. Okay, See, this is what happens when you open up Pandora's chicken box. Okay. What Ron and his wife were doing with foul. I mean, most poetry and by him was his foul, especially chickens and turkeys. But that's not the point. Ron pled guilty to having intercourse with chickens. And he possessed images of him and his wife engaging not only in sex acts with chickens, but sex acts with a dog. This is I. I have so many questions I need to know. Did Ron like white meat or dark meat? Ok, I really lead to know. After they violated these chickens. Did they eat the meat? Imagine having a nice Sunday dinner at their house and invite Minto a chicken present saying to yourself. Why is this sauce? I have so many questions. What turned Rihanna on the most with it? The chickens breath are the lake. What do you in view? Abreast Guy Lady Gaga. Briscoe. OK, OK. Is it still finger licking? Good are the finger 44445 can't say that. I can't wait. I just need to know what he does. OK? What I need to know that they get on you when he passes a KFC. Okay. Is Chick fil A like a brothel to this guy. Okay. I need to know what does loving that chicken from Popeye's mean.

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"halima" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:25 min | 5 months ago

"halima" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The top models who occupy those spaces are deemed to have a look that attract on DH sales. But how diverse is that? Look? Well, my guest today has challenged a host of stereotypes. Halima Adam is a refugee from Somalia's civil war. She's Muslim on follows a modest dress code. Hers has been an extraordinary journey to international fame and fortune. How has it changed her? I've gotten the success I have, and still remained true to myself. Like I said, I'm not moving to New York. I'm not moving to the line. I'm not moving to a fashion capital. I'm going to stay home. I'm gonna stay in Minnesota. I don't even want to be seen as a supermodel. I just want to be seen as a girl who is not afraid to be the first. That's Halima Aden on hard talk after the news. ABC News I'm John Shea. China has officially opened a new national security office in Hong Kong, allowing its intelligence agents to operate openly in the territory for the first time. Hong Kong's chief executive, Carrie Lam, attended the inauguration ceremony. Being handled by today's unveiling ceremony is a historic moment because we're witnessing another milestone in the establishment of a sound legal system and enforcement mechanism for maintaining national security in Hong Kong. We must ensure that the law will be enforced strictly and whoever breaks it will be held accountable. The office is based in a converted hotel overlooking Victoria Park, which had Bean a rallying point for pro democracy demonstrators. Hong Kong's government has banned Children from taking part in political activities in schools as the authorities continue to introduce restrictions under new powers imposed by China. Michael Breast, a report pupils are now not allowed to boycott classes. Chance slogans are formed human chains, officials of specifically banned them from singing the pro democracy protest song Glory to Hong Kong. I can't even show disrespect at school events. Thousands of youngsters took part in anti Beijing demonstrations in the territory last year, angering China. 1600 pupils were arrested. These new rules will stop them continuing to express their views, at least in school. China's new national security law in Hong Kong is already restricting what would previously have been considered free speech. Riot police in Serbia have fired tear gas to disperse protesters who stormed parliament in response to the imminent imposition of a Corona virus curfew in the capital Belgrade. At one point crowds stormed the parliament building. Demonstrators demanded the resignation off President Alexander footage from Belgrade. Here's going to Lonnie People started gathering in front of the National Assembly from mid evening. As the crowd grew bigger. The mood turned ugly. Protesters threw stones and other objects while police beat people with batons. The catalyst was a televised address by President Alexander Vou Church. He said Belgrade would be placed under curfew from Friday evening to Monday morning due to a rise in Corona virus cases. Protesters said they were angry because the government eased restrictions to hold last month's parliamentary election, and now they were paying the price. A report by Human Rights Watch says 180 bodies have been found in mass graves in northern Burkina Fasso, where government forces are fighting a jihadist insurgency campaign groups that there was evidence they were victims of extrajudicial killings by the army. The men had been found shot dead under bridges in fields Onda, long major roadways near the town of Jimbo in groups of up to 20 before being buried by local residents. Human Rights Watch has urged the government to find out who turned the area into what it called a killing field. Well. News from the BBC. Indian police say 12 people have been arrested in relation to a Styrian gas leak at the chemical plant in May, which killed 12 people and left hundreds ill. Those detained are all employees of LG Polymers, the company which ran the plant. Investigation found the company was negligent on that warning systems weren't working Algae polymers is yet to respond to the arrests. Heavy rain is continuing to cause havoc across a large part of Japan with east 56 people have died in floods and landslides on the island of Kyushu, where whole villages are underwater. Record rainfall has now moved east into central Japan rivers have broken their banks in Gifu and Nagano Prefecture. Australian snowboarder Alex Pullin, who was twice world champion has died while Spear fishing off the coast of Queensland. Paulinho was 32 was found unresponsive off the Gold coast on Wednesday. Lifeguards trying to save him after he was brought ashore, but he couldn't be revived. An investigation by BBC Arabic has founded a travelling tour of artifacts from the tomb of the Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamen may have broken the country's law on preserving antiquities. The exhibition is co produced by the government in Cairo on the American company. I am G. Kate Hardy Buckley reports. More than 150 pieces from Tutankhamun's tomb are currently in the Saatchi Gallery in London. They've been previously displayed in Los Angeles and Paris, where they were part of the most visited exhibition in French history. In 2018 The Egyptian government reversed a law prohibiting private companies from being involved in such exhibitions. But the BBC has obtained a copy of the agreement between I M G And the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, which showed the deal was signed before the law was changed. I am G said the deal was approved by Egypt's prime minister. And that's the latest BBC World News. Welcome to hard talk on the BBC World Service. My guest was born into a life of insecurity and poverty in a sprawling refugee camp in northern Kenya. Today. She is one of the world's elite supermodels paid a fortune to stride down catwalks and graced the covers of glossy magazines. Halima Adan's journey began when she was seven and traveled with her mom to a new life in the United States. They ultimately settled amongst the sizable Somali community in Minnesota. Halima learned English and adapted quickly by the age of 18..

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"halima" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

02:28 min | 9 months ago

"halima" Discussed on The big d zone

"The driver at this time of night than they had they had the right to me more and when I only have forty four dollars in my account. Forty four dollars in my uber account and they're going to take half a dad and then leave me decide which days to be able to go back to part best and I still haven't finished my tragic man. Are you out of your mind? Are you out of your ever loving mind? Okay you so greedy that you are the tar people that don't have enough money and then somebody had to go and ask somebody for help. Because they're not staying at. The hotel had to go to another hotel ninety now. I can understand if it's twenty five minutes away or thirty minutes away or forty five minutes away but only fifteen minutes away and you have to charge almost fourteen and my help. The one that helped me. They only charged him ten dollars to help me. They told them ten dollars to help me. What the what the cat will that just because I don't have a heavy big uber account doesn't mean that you have to take command to me when. I'm trying to give it of the stress when I'm stuck in my apartment. That's the reason why I'm stuck in my permitted time because like that parliament sometime grieving in. Oh my God really really. Wow I mean the morning was okay but the night Utah to rob me. You'll literally tied around me. Try to take my whole Hatami. Forty four dollars and then trying to figure out a heck. I'm going to get their Sunday and get back Sunday. Are you out of your mind? So when I be hotel Halima Heck.

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Warrior Woman: The Exceptional Life Story of Nonhelema

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:20 min | 11 months ago

Warrior Woman: The Exceptional Life Story of Nonhelema

"Are women of the day was a great warrior and leader of the Shawnee tribe. Who deftly let her people through a time of great change and turmoil? Let's talk about non Halama. We don't know the details Of when non Helena was born but it was around the seventeen twenty s probably in western Pennsylvania. We also don't know much about her childhood besides the fact that that she seems to have come from a prominent family from the Shawnee tribe non Halama story really picks up in the late seventeen fifties during the period of the French in Indian war by that point she and her brother known as Hook Alaska or corn stock. We're living in the Ohio valley the Shawnee had moved there under a pressure by increasing white settlement corn stalk become a prominent shawnee chief and warrior as a quick reminder. The French and an Indian war was the North American portion of a larger war called the seven years war in North America. British and French colonists fought as each side attempted to further expand in their sphere of influence. Native people also took sides. The British basically one like other sibling duos in native history corn stock and non Halama lead together during peace and war for example at the battle of bushy run in seventeen sixty four non Halama lead warriors warriors alongside her brother. That battle was part of what's known as pontiacs rebellion a fight between native Americans and the British who were hot off their victory in the French and Indian war. When rumblings of revolution began to take hold across polly's cornstarch and non Halama decided that the best strategic move for the Shawnee people would would be to support the American settlers over the British? This was a risky move. Considering the perceived military might of the British Horn Ornstein was assassinated in seventeen seventy seven but non Halama state the course with the support of her husband Mulugeta who was also a prominent leader and warrior when non Halama learned that some Shawny had traveled to join the British at Fort. Detroit she responded by rushing to warn the Americans of this development she disguised too revolutionary soldiers traditional Shawny garb so that they travel undisturbed for Donnelly to warn of the impending attack. Those Shawnee who had allied themselves with the British destroyed. Non Halima's cattle as payback non Helena and her people move to escape further trouble but her work for the Americans wasn't over in seventeen. Eighty non halama guided and translate it for Augustine Dila bomb a French ex PAT soldier who was tasked asked with leading a major campaign against British troops. And what's now Illinois. Sadly not Halima's loyalty was not rewarded. In seventeen eighty six non Halama and her husband will loofah. Both elderly by this point were captured in yet. Another war the northwest Indian war. That conflict was between a Confederation of Native American tribes with the support of the British begins the new United States though the Americans who captured assured non Halama and Milan were initially ordered not to harm them. One of the men you mcgarry felt differently. mcgarry asked Melinda if he'd been at the battle the blue licks blue didn't understand the question but repeated battle of Blue Licks mcgarry took that his confirmation and killed Milun Tho- with a Tomahawk Non Halama tried to protect Milun thaw and was injured herself before. Another man tackled mccarey non. John Halama was then taken to Fort Pitt and held there while there. She helped compile a dictionary of Shawnee words and their meanings in English. She died soon. Even after her release non Halama lived an extraordinary life as the world around her change dramatically. She married three times CBS twice before her final marriage to Melinda and she also had sons with two white men a son named Thomas with the British Indian agent Alexander McKee and a son named to Mantha. With an American officer named General Richard Butler Samantha also became a great

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Oil Prices Close 15% Higher On Record Trading Day Due To Risk Premium

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Oil Prices Close 15% Higher On Record Trading Day Due To Risk Premium

"Will do oil. I I guess because because both the US benchmark West Texas intermediate it's called and the global indicator known as Brent crude ended the day up just shy of fifteen percent but here's the deal there is plenty of oil on the shelves as it were Saudi. Arabia has got some the US and other countries have their own reserves. There is supply to meet demand demand those higher prices then reflect something that maybe we ought to get used to talk about in global energy markets. Something called the risk premium from Washington marketplace's marketplace's. Scott Tong gets is going to some analysts oil buyers and sellers have been kind of asleep to energy risks in the Middle East in the past month tankers were attacked and pipelines pipelines were struck not much reaction until Saturday strike in Saudi Arabia says Halima Croft at RBC capital markets the market was very complacent place it about the degree of risk in this standoff involving Iran and the US allies and the RIM now. I almost cannot say how serious ethicist Saturday's apparently surgical strike on this essential artery creates one of the biggest disruptions ever to world supply jean-francois says neck at the Atlantic Council Council think tank says the attack warns oil markets that whoever targeted this fortified facility could hit it again the three different rings of defence and Al Qaeda never managed to past the first one I would imagine and that's the big surprises that they would be protected by Patriot missiles and they have not another risk is how long the Saudi facilities stays off line for the next three or four weeks. There's plenty in reserve but for a world that drinks one hundred million barrels of oil every day that cushion could go quickly says Jacques Rousseau at clearview energy partners. You know if this starts to drag into next year the world will have taken down their inventories. He's very substantially if world supply is still short then oil pump prices could double by some estimates and that's the new risk built into the higher price of oil what some call the Gulf premium on Scott Tong for

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Teenage Therapy Podcast; Mental Health Issues

Teenager Therapy

15:29 min | 1 year ago

Teenage Therapy Podcast; Mental Health Issues

"Hi everyone welcome back to the teenage therapy gail. I'm Thomas I'm mark. Kayla in welcome back to the PODCAST is it here yeah is not here. you know surprisingly we haven't done a an episode on depression. Have we knew it was the second episode. I don't accepts it but I know we. We have really remember it so it's been a long it's been here. I think are sad. Hours was Kinda about mental health. You know no but it was a nominee. People know that's what it's about because the title is set hours yeah. Could you imagine if we kept naming are episodes like that yeah you. I know well. We know what he's about that episode iconic Sarah Bread Hours. We're GONNA make that into merch approach in I don't know about that but in this episode we want to talk about stuff regarding mental health mental issues and stuff because I know it's a very important topic for some of you and it is for us so let's let's get added the it's cut to the chase and now ease into so have any of you struggled with mental house any aspect of it or to any degree. I mean obviously I've like gone through periods. Here's a time where I just feel like sad everyday but I don't know if that counts as like depression I mean how long was how long has added like a month. Maybe one was is like last year. Yeah do you are you. I'm I'm fine. I'm fine. Now I was going to ask you what was the reason Oh. It was just like family stuff yeah yeah. I don't know if that counts. I don't think it was depression but I don't even know like how do I know. I don't think you know unless you're with you truly truly know unless you you go to get a diagnosed adopt but sometimes it kind of seems obvious like you're probably depressed you know. Have you been sad every day for three months. You have thoughts about killing yourself then. You're probably depressed burn. That's another topic we'll get into waiter and I don't think it was like depression depression anything. I was just going through. Something stinks yeah team things. I don't think I have experienced a specific type of mental health illness but I feel like I've definitely you experience a factor or a causing factor of it which is stress. I've definitely become stressed out from school and Family Family Pressures Ashes and friends and all of that yeah basically basically that did did you ever talking to quietly. I'm sorry you're Kinda like whispery but I get it. I get it I get divide your whispering but I get why you would be aggressive. Soothing this episode guy is probably going to be a little more soothing. I kind of feel really relaxed Spain. Why not yeah we actually we're in a better speed. And what are you trying to. He carefully the words Kyle. I'm ahead out okay. Let me restart but yeah this episode will probably be a lot more calm and relaxed and we won't be screaming as much as we did in the last episode anyways Thomas. What about you. Have you ever experienced any mental into health issues. Yeah like in the past episodes. I've mentioned before but I've gone through more. You're stages that I'd like to wow you know have gone through. I mean it's been a rocky journey. That's all all I can really say but it didn't like okay so the oppression I hit me and I was like entering middle school or something during that time but my it was when I came out and it was this whole family yarmuth thing and so that really messed me up mentally and maybe unstable for a good year or so oh and then just other things that I mean. I don't really want to mention but I've always there were times where I felt felt like everything was getting better like I'm getting happier but then he always went back to the way it was where I was just super. Sad Dad and stuff and it was really bad during freshman year. I don't remember if it was driving your software you honestly. I just think like every I is enter middle school and from that point on I've just been like very mentally unstable times where I felt myself getting better and at the moment I definitely feel myself getting better and this time I kind I mean. It got better for a few months but this time it's been going on for a good amount and hopefully it stays like that so you're doing good right now. You'd say yeah I'm doing better. have you ever been medically diagnosed with depression of no no. I I would not want to go to my doctor and all that why not because they're my parents get involved and here's again involved why not because it just. I don't know it's just this horrid deal and I don't want my parents to stress out about that way about your health. Yeah now you say anything. I want to just focus on themselve themselves obviously because I mean it's just that they have so many responsibilities ladies and one of them is me but I don't know it's just like I don't really want to talk to away doctors about it is just not very comfortable tweet but you've talked to the counselor is about coast right the two yeah yeah for a small very short time. I didn't know this very very it was it wasn't a big deal. It was more like just just someone I could talk to every now and then there wasn't you know very official. Traditional Yeah wasn't very traditional but whenever like I didn't need to talk to someone I would have them honestly about me. At the time avenues in seventh grade and of course as most people are way. We dated in Eighth Grade Right Yeah we had it for like two years so I've Cassini you are I was. I was with you throughout these times where you were Kinda. You know really struggling so I know were you were like and how you acted and I noticed You always told me you just you don't believe that going to therapy will help so can you explain why obviously at the time it was just so hopeless you know because when people suffer with depression they obviously don't think it'll ever get better for them and they just don't have a sense of hope or a a motivation to get better because they don't think they will and at the time. I felt that way and I didn't think going to counsel I mean oh I think to a therapist who would help me even though it probably would definitely would have by the time it was just like Whoa. There's nothing they can do about it is just the way it is you know and what about having your parents get involved. Why do you think it you will be seen as a burden I fighter would have just been seen as a burden because my parents are always working and they barely ever get like rested or do but during those restaurants there are also busy with other stuff so I try to knobby so inconvenient for them. You know any. Do you think work is more important to them than their son. Part of the reason why I was struggling so much is because of my relationship with my parents so you didn't trust them yeah yeah. I just didn't really trust them. What what about now. I trust them a lot more beverly I mean my dad has always been very a lot of mood swings so it changes. Sometimes he's really nice and very outgoing with me and then other times. He's just very angry and just ignorant. I guess I very closed minded. Yeah closed mine in but my mom was yes definitely gotten better. I think he I realized that like because okay so when I was growing up. I cried a lot. I was really sensitive and then so everyone would call me a crybaby and especially like my relatives and I was like you know that kind of hurt but anyway so my parents always just thought that Oh you know he's just sensitive whatever he has to get over this at some point but so I guess when actually did become like it wasn't just my sensitivity but my actual like like mental health. They just assumed it was you know me being sensitive in me crying about dumb stuff but I think my mom I just realized that it's a lot more than that and it's like stress from Skoll and all that okay so you think they just got used to you crying crying today. You know that there's a difference between you being mentally unstable and you just being sensitive right. I remember this time where after that incident with the counselor like the the beginning of the year. My Dad had a had to come pick me up and my counselor had to go call them. We've always like conroy like I'd rather just not have the counselors mention anything into my parents but I mean they did anyway so they called him and they let him know what's going on and when he picked me up he was just telling Halima counselor sensitive and like. Oh don't worry he he's just being sensitive like you literally said that counselor embarrassing for me a little because I literally just care my struggles with the counselor and then my my dad walks in and tell telling her like Oh to just basically basically disregarded like how would you react if like sewing said that to you and I felt bad for her because I didn't know what she would do in that situation do I don't even remember I think at the time like heat boy. We just laughed. Oh like I think I think Mike Council was trying her best to like explains. Why Dad like what was going on but obviously my dad's very closed minded and so well he. Did it really care enough so he just we just went home and so after going through all of that if you were to feel that way again today. Would you tell your parents I tell my mom okay and Utah. Maybe Burgess depends which let's go. Kinda sucks but that's just the way it is and you try to get a therapist and try to get a therapist or what would you would you. It was severe then. Yod Get his therapist and what about anonymous help hotlines and stuff. Have you ever tried those. No why not doc I don't know like it just doesn't really cross my mind. What I'm thinking about like you know those kind of thoughts. Well my experience with mental into health I wouldn't say I have much. I guess I did go through a pretty tough patch and my the child hood when I was like twelve years old you know how there's a pretty common the after puberty when I began puberty your home your hormones change and a lot of teenagers get depressed right. You've seen that in that happened to me which which sucked and I remember feeling very very sad. I will set all the time I definitely thought about ending my life more than once joins. The thought about a lot of times do they they. They were ongoing thoughts and I remember how hopeless I felt how badly I wanted to die. During this time was just because of your hormones or now there was also different situations rations. I was in that made me really hate my life and I really hated it and it was it was tough. I it was just you know overwhelming feelings of sadness and anger you felt a lot of of anger and that anger felt towards other people kind of just got trapped and reflected back at myself so I felt lonely to during this time. I remember feeling really lonely out. It was just I cry every night. Every single night I would cry and there was a lot of songs that I used to listen to on repeat because it didn't really even you know here's the the way I view it because might be a little controversial but when people get sad it becomes so easy to be in down mindset and in that mode of being sad that you get so used to it that you don't Wanna be happy again almost because that's that's how I felt I was so used to being sad and crying and honestly it's weird to explain unless you've kind of been through it but I wanted to be happy but at the same time I didn't I was just fine being sad and I guess that's part of just loosen losing hope in life that you don't even WanNa be happy anymore.

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"halima" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"halima" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"And with your husband, and that's still an attainable thing. So. Yeah. Calendar. Lunchbox right law. Montaigne you're the best thing Halima, married three and a half years. Married. Thirteen years next. Crazy, right? Yeah. We got our first dance was can't have fallen in love by Ellis. Valmy? We're in Hawaii. Oh, yeah. We got married in Hawaii. Did you have on Hawaii? So I had a leg. Yeah. You know? Like, I got one of the the man lays, no flowers, just like, you know leaves? What the Hawaiian people? Beautiful. Yeah. He loves Elvis. I love Elvis. I love Hawaii is just perfect. If I were to get married today. Yes. It doesn't matter. Because by the way, I'm dating anybody anymore zero people had a bad day yesterday. Why would that that's probably tomorrow we catch up on that? Oh can't catch up on my wedding songs here. If you got married to that point is I have a good day yesterday. I'm a little more in the whole than I was even yesterday. Oh boy. Yeah. You haven't a whole right now. I probably do like. Shallow. Kidding? Did you see this number one song though this week? 'grande? Any one that one? Like three number ones. Shot. Now here these are the real ones, you know, my favorite song ever is this one and it's a romantic song..

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"halima" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"halima" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fries. Cat breeds. Yeah. So and you are Gemini, correct. Yeah. So according to this website, if you are a French fry you would be curly fry. And what would you be? I would be a waffle fries at the libra. And that just says everything about us. Thank you. Thank you. And that is Halima Shah, you'll be hearing more from her in the future. She's the next generation of to the best of our knowledge. We are so happy to have her on board. Coming up four siblings. One fortuneteller khloe. Benjamin's runaway bestseller the immortal lists. I don't understand. What exactly does this woman? Do I told you she has powers? What I heard that? You can tell fortunes will happen in your life. You'll have a good one. And there's something else. Keep raised his hands in the door frame and leaned in. She can say when no die Claire looked up. That's ridiculous. Nobody can say that Daniel space deepened in color. I'm serious. I'm going make another day in this apartment, I refuse. So who the hell is coming? I'm answering champs. It's to the best of our knowledge from Wisconsin public radio. PR? Two. Who?.

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"halima" Discussed on See Something Say Something

See Something Say Something

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"halima" Discussed on See Something Say Something

"So jason take me back to the scene of the murder makes sense that a lot of people are paying attention to this you're right that wasn't gross story we're twenty four hours out and he'll have a lot of stuff we don't know our first episode drops saturday morning may twelfth but you can subscribe right now and you definitely should on apple podcasts spotify or wherever else you listen the news from buzzfeed news we're smart stuffy have you had any experiences like in the fashion district during ramadan that like you think bacteria has like oh this is very different from what i was doing growing up it is this this ramadan i'm going to be very intentional don't already plan and i have friends in new york that our muslim sel or planning to go to like nyu rago it's great amazing you know and for me like i never really we had mosques in saint cloud but for me like i never really felt like i connected really well with the instructors i always felt like i was getting preach that no that's that's what there's a but back people are very lucky younger like no yeah and then i went around again like the experience that modeling has taken me i went i went to a mosque opening in florida it was so beautiful masha llah and i just remember like everything about that instructors like it really is like it's okay to say that you know you kind of have to find your taste your like that you like we actually have had a lot of people on the show who focus on the idea that a lot of people don't have masa feel comfortable in it's difficult to find one not all moss will suit everyone because also it's like we're very diverse society of muslims in america we all come from different backgrounds different levels of religiosity or relationship to religion so you have to find a spot that works for you okay the the best things about done for me have always been a full time was that we call it a floor it's.

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"halima" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"halima" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To recite it every morning before school is in the szumowski sudarto lured me asi midi do dunia similarly dempsey who j the darkness of the world goes away make my life like kendall give me to do i make my life like a candle so i can delay the shadows of this world and she was having a conversation with some of my cousins and they didn't seem as aware of ball and his work as she was or as people her generation were to port yet philosophy of life recognition of who a human being how about you i mean what was the the emotional impact for you of the trip and we've talked about intellectual how you began to kind of think more deeply about pakistan's political history and national identity did it make you feel more pakistani or more separate i think i've just always identified with the third category i think oftentimes this question is asked of firstgeneration americans are you more exery more why are you more boccassini or more american than it's it's kind of like such a it's such a false binary what i've always identified as as is pakistan he american so home is not in pakistan and it's not necessarily in certain parts of the united states it's that space with my friends where we're kind of cracking jokes that are both drawing on the things that are parents told us and the things that are in american popular culture to say like my identity is based on what's on my passport or which country i'm physically in it's it's kind of a misunderstanding of what national borders are because national borders tried to keep some things out and some things in but what they've never really been able to do is stop the flow of culture or ideas nets to the best of our knowledge producer halima shah with the story from pakistan one thing i found really interesting in her story is the way the concept of.

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"halima" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"halima" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the sermon the sermon yes the hood as the sermon and we just started an arabic school for children in the age of six to fifteen years old every sunday and we also starting era bec courses for adults and the koran recitation and recently we also started an islamic academy where we're teaching islam philosophy sufism islamic feminism but also the basic principles about how to lead a friday prayer and how to give up the and islamic law than other subtexts you mentioned marriages who are you marrying we marry couples who are already married according to danish law i mean it's coppell's from then mike from norway from sweden we had a couple coming from france also seeking to be married and we do interfaith marriages between a muslim woman and non muslim oh man and this is actually something new and scandinavian and also many places in the world you only find a few imams who who do this but we believe that it's legitimate and we believe that any person should have the right to choose her partner or his partner halima what does the word imam mean to you imam that comes from a root things to be in front to proceed to move on so the route also contains word that does mother mother is somebody who walks in front of the next generation right leads the next generation and imam than would be someone who leads through example and the central figure who you can then turn to lucky we'll talk to her mother i also believe that any mom is a servant it's the person who has to serve her or his community and as an imam you have to find islamic solutions to existing dilemmas for example in the youth and to me interfaith marriages is one of the most acute dilemmas in the youth today especially when we live in the west when we live in europe i have four children myself and i have two daughters and two boys so what are the chances of my two daughters falling in love with a non muslim it's quite huge because we live in europe i live in denmark and then often you will hear men especially in men who has a very patriarchal reading of the.

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"halima" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"halima" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A program with an all female perspective each week we hear from two women who are living life on their own terms i'm kim check anita the question of whether women should have a leadership role within the muslim faith is a highly controversial one the overwhelming majority of muslim scholars and ordinary believers do not accept that a muslim woman can lead a congregation of men and women in prayer viz been much discussion about what the koran does and doesn't say on the matter my guest today however choose to call themselves female imams and they work in very particular context in germany and denmark what i want to find out from them as why they think it's necessary to have women in leading positions in mosques and what difference they think it makes let's meet them halima crowson became germany's first female imam in twenty thirteen when she took over the running of hamburg's islamic center one of the oldest mosques and germany she's since left the role to focus on an academic career halima heller frank sheeran hunkin is the founder of the marian mosque which is scandinavia's first female lead mosque it was opened in twenty sixteen in the center of copenhagen and accommodates about seventy people cheering welcome thank you so much well why did you decide to set up a feminist mosque first of all a mosque with female imams is not a new phenomenon historically there have been female imams in china since the eighteen twenty in the us and canada in germany and in somalia and other places in the world so mosques with female imams is historically not a new phenomenon i was inspired by many women in the world halima macau's is is one of the women who inspired me dude is another woman who inspired me when i looked at them and their practices and their activism and their interpretation and understanding and rereading of the koran i myself realize that it is possible and it gave me hope i started to think about what would it be like if we had female spiritual leaders female imams female muftis would it make a difference and i do believe that there are many women around the world who long for a mosque with female imams and.

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"halima" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"halima" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Government its way from three thirty we got a little teaser forests socialites legislators short review showcase there was a show one in bombshell the mouth story which is a really really interesting documentary about halima who is hailed as you know this incredible beauty how many people is the most beautiful woman in the world history of cinema there's a brilliant thing at the beginning of the documentary in which we hear from millbrook saying you know i saw her on screen and i thought i'm going to move to hollywood marry her or at least i'm going to take her out for dinner because that's you know because that's what then he says i heard she was an inventor is that true and in the whole of the rest of the film is about how that whole other side of her life didn't really know about oh i didn't know about a tool i confess was profoundly true yes she was an astonishing screen presence in its launching beach she was also a really really smart intelligent invent who was involved in inventing a particular form of a sort of oscillating frequency that during world war two was was developed as a way of being able to remotecontrolled torpedoes so when you said the boat the fis a torpedo easing easing contact with the torpedo without the signal being able to be jammed like a wifi was and it's a principle of it there was then go the gone to be used in wifi technology and bluetooth technology and the film is absolutely fascinating because it's kind of saying in a on the one hand you know actress by day and this comes superspy invented by night and it tells this brilliant story and it does it in a way which on the one hand if there is a heartbreaking because there's the story of everything.

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"halima" Discussed on Money Box

Money Box

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"halima" Discussed on Money Box

"A parcham retirement is increasing the retirement age but something else is also going on in of this and of this step people are going to work for long periods part time and question on his what is happening with uh the total labour force participation offer of all the workers and actually what we find is death the periods in which people's todd's to work parttime is a very long and that means that uh actually uh labourforce participation decreases right so in fact rather than increasing the amount of people in work people retired at the same age and just what less in the eurotree running up to that yes and indeed it doesn't seem to have help the people most in need of it those perhaps you need to retire rarely because the job is to physical and justin halima of money the very people is aimed at it doesn't work for guests expected what was the attitude raymond of employers well the problem of course with employers is stuff employers what did it alone in the netherlands it's actually quite common also to work parttime but to our beria soulful there because employers have to hire new people to fill in the same position so the akos associated with parttime employment so uh at this moment what we see the netherlands stepped parttime retirement is said is not taking up sarah vix stopped you have a sense of how uk employers might react to this would policy i think that parttime work and is is much less typical for men in england than it is in in in the netherlands i think in the netherlands parttime work his very very well established fat for men and for women in this country it's very much more women that typically what part time and i think a lot of employers don't have if you like the the imagination to think about people working part time at the end of their working lives unless there people perhaps like may professionals or managers who can afford to do it as we've talked about but also in a position.

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"halima" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"halima" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"In the second oldest age county in the nation we used to be number one uh retirement uh in this time of year we have many seniors from the rest of the country trying to get out of this bitter cold uh it is very dangerous uh we see sirens going off every year or every day we see uh uh bans uh on the top of the supervisor of elections a collectible corvette and the walmart parking lot they're putting cars and drive and digging its in reverse eccentric cetera so uh when you see that on a daily basis especially this time of year here and that's not saying that i'm not getting older brother minute myself are uh you know i mean that's just too that's just the route with what happens but in the same regard uh there is no public transportation they all come here with different rules and regulations from different states of how they drive and it it is very very very dangerous i hate to say it but it is in like you say lineages it do you say that it is okay or not okay for them to thrive in winners it you say that you take their keys away because if they're driving 1500 miles from the northeast and the midwest and get here uh you know and they're all driving with different rules and regulations it posing as a public safety risk yep sure and if you wanna know the rules for any day i know this is we've got a really really wide listening audience if you go to the national highway traffic safety administration website you can click on it and find out all the rules for every single sti and pick what halima saying is that you've got drivers coming in from every state probably mostly from the east coast but you've got drivers coming from all these different states with different rules i look at older driving as a responsibility not just for our medical professionals to talk to older adults not just for uh you know the government can only do so much that the folks that you the testing because she's the thing and i bet you jim you can verify this with your mom i'm sure in the beginning stages of when your mom had dementia there were dis that she could have passed his driving test if she were retested oh absolutely yeah and so i think it's it's the.

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"halima" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"halima" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"That that were going on holiday others had fled religious persecution and because will muslims the hearing an islamic state as place where they would be safe but there was no 64 them when the socalled straw elapsed the first i i made the group i was asked to take him to hospital the mother had shrapnel wounds to the entire side of a hit he was missing his seven year old daughter had part of his skull missing in you could see brain tissue taken them to a hospital in i went back to check on them every day after that and they condition improved and the child never smiled at me um i can't even actually imagine what had been through which is uh or any of the other children that melody saw in these photos the children will be alden john alberti is alda site and also a lot of the women were wearing he jobs sorry even if nick uh recognize the faces the trails gone cold those foreign families moved shortly after melanie saw them to a prison tell keif on the other side of mosul no names of those held there been released so nothing yet to report back to the russian grandmother's that i am in contact with the light melanie i contin grunge sean must have been through the same fought rooms through my head in rwanda the zd camp where women who've lost almost everything still talked to keep stuff the stony paths outside that prefabs bucket riaan and our beans house with another translator i feili learn mother halima in her matter of fact way what happened to her what is the fed cutting saturday are we start at the number asked uh i'd lost the contact with iran they were lied forcing me to to give them the pertinent dig on air to the militry a training i was refusing that's why members they were me as a sex slave one person to another because refusing uh to to send try to the military training home alba he was eighty five of ryan avin's arms mus sisters and sisters in war and their children a still missing family believes that they're still being held captive by ice families in camps at first that seems almost incredible to.

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"halima" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"halima" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Had before with my family in men much the really distressing case of twenty one year old halima the un fayez it's not an isolated case always bites the un's high commissioner for refugees filippo grandi about sexual exploitation like what halima has gone through is he wore it very i'm worried about two sets of responding sir exploitation including sexual exploitation when people are come with nothing dare extremely vulnerable to this type of protection risks so we are focusing with specific activities personnel on these aspects the other feature of this particular crisis that struck me immensely when i was there is the intensity and level of krahmer that people carry with them they've witnessed terrible violence especially children the have seen parents killed in front of their eyes women that have been grave door that have suffered attempted rape and severe wounds i found for example people to be very passive not to have strong reaction almost numb to pain and this is really an indication of severe trauma which will take a long time to be healed in terms of aid agencies are they able to get inside wreck on state at the moment we are still present including with international staff but we're not allowed to move around and do our work and this is another important request that we have put forward to the government of myanmar pat's the un high commissioner for refugees filippo grandi speaking may packed the studio now the last few hours the us and china have announced two hundred and fifty billion dollars in business deals all relating to president trump's visit to beijing at to see president xi jinping but are all of those real fillip is on the business dusk to tell us well first of all let's start with what's been announced what's been announced of run twenty different companies and prep presentative to accompany president donald trump when he went to china this is a regular thing that companies do wherever the president goes the president is like a super ambassador he goes there he is the face of america does deals he tries to.

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"halima" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"halima" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Know like batman spike the man and marvel comics majorly are based on meal super he does so why not fiba superheroes laura change and deng ahead now may be his ignominious right yeah really is he's quite a gloomy guy halima talisman ghozi's creator nydia corrado bocharov will yeah she's an american weeks german ancestry and this is not how fuss tim of freight and comic book she writes about fantasies and some people even cold african jake care ali after the harry potter writer he gave and some say that the kidnap of the chip gales by boko haram was some of the inspiration behind and goes he now is that sort of genesis gained look king for a peg always a some truth in that he is because she even acts i teeth to paint the gal lake at one of the tshibangu else who was kidnapped made the boko haram militants in 2014 no hannah halima you know these are up front k tests stories kids can relate to i mean henny evils a given us an idea that you know the the writers also went to empower young boys goes are they in the and not just cartoons doe they'll get red though have some fun but they won really changed world what do you think the pope behind creating pockets under liz obviously not to change the word but to give a female i can do the girls of this country who can look up to it because i remember throughout my childhood nor characters are present in pakistan that i can look up to for once in life i'm really glad that somebody came up with pakistan guard because one day if i have children and i have my smaller cousins and rather as i would give this book to them to keep in their bookshelf at least it would give them some confidence that women are able to do things that usually men do in the society bring a change stand for the right so few pakistan guarantees glenn l a lot further than a lot better direction for you then say catwoman in batman he has definitely cat remain in batman i again western characters why they're not relatable even in comes off you know their appearance as well as that actions but pakistan girl addresses things that we see in our society everyday women being oppressed bombblast happening and crime accidents so she's doing what i would love.

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"halima" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"halima" Discussed on Channel 955

"He has to find out the she married crazy how long have you been married care are we remembered for five year where will you know we're trying pick up to the divorce proper it just crossed a lot of money you right under an event shared a life per month separating it really hard for where you know emotionally where where a gun two guys have kids now we have no pet nokia's okay because that would have been even weirder john wants to comment on this john what's up you just heard second date update here we're heading up her go ahead i'm on i'm yagudin braggart of a coin if it were and money i mean not necessarily but at least he deserves the option of knowing about it and then he can make up his mind on how he feels about karen do you guys have relations with each other still even though you guys are separating no no no no we're done all right you're not convincing him much mojo in the morning was up lisa uh you know and and that more and more but people are married their married her why are happy all lobby albert and i got nothing for an film a boyfriend are a girl unlike immediately but make me thank like halima's were you how devoted where you enter the relay picked up where you're if you're already are you a much combine like every day after how long have you been separated that's a good question yeah world war i don't i i bet the happening the friends around i regret plenty ideas alvac that in a bike girl yeah how how long have you guys miss separated we've been separated for almost a year but that doesn't mean that we did a lap each other at all he had a very committed we got married very thin put her hand things don't work out a way you want to adam is in a similar situation he says what's up adam our martyr are you good was gonna knock throughout our understanding grogory were ran reiner priggen remark tall arm near my while your work together fired your arm no egos marion migro firmness and a half an hour hurry okay with you.

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"halima" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"halima" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"What's you to clear of what is your relationship with russell halima's resisting france's were teammates yours as our families i invite yeltsin fam we fight for one another just like i'm find out if you guys out there by grammys find bras and we have a great appreciation of reviews would you favour number of injuries and he's not doing it because all managers going going through his job he's doing every guys next morning we appreciate that you know we could he's reform back but it doesn't matter what we say because you don't see this man who speak have the date they say that were for the cows from home but one guy says he has a story in heard a rumor about this semi on wednesday in some and that's i do believe that richard sherman th relationship with russell wilson is really good and i can also believe and this does not contradicted that richard sherman has a problem with our management takes favor with russell wilson your relationship with russell also give me five and you can have problems with the people above him treat him differently when you think you're just as valuable is it's probably find fantastic makes it thinking death protect protest a little too much if you check seac social media as one does to see a lot of photos of richard sherman russell within tally around you acting like best friends reminds me of when celebrities are trying to convince you that their marriage is still strong look at believe him when he said that they're like a family and they they fight for each other but families also fight behind closed doors and that's okay as long as it doesn't spill onto the field.

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