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"hawas" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

04:12 min | Last week

"hawas" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"Then how recites the creed images push para likes away in the news of the powers to get past paralyze and get into space. Parallels chases hal through space putting through an asteroid bill. And how gets the idea to get parallels close to the sun than using green energy jet fighters hold him falling into the sun how punches paramedics into the sun and he saves the yes so this was a scene. That was the call back to the training. Like out of nowhere else on the the big giant guy hawas get makes his son appear that starts sucking out towards it and says you know. The weather's be like checkoffs goin' or the company's line. You know the bigger it is more. They burn or something like that at a faster. They burn fascinate. Yup and it comes back to how they kill the big bad yup pretty much and then they win. And then the other lantern show up to bring hal safety as he passes out from the energy exhausted. I got to back on semester. Leads me laugh. That made me laugh. He beats and then the lantern show up. Thanks a lot guys. Yeah we were just kind of watching We had it all. You want to get into way all thirty six hundred other lanterns or just like man. He's probably got it. Imagine that like any guy like any other like superhero team at you This is the the greatest threat to the universe currently at probably he probably has it. That that's thanos is attacking earth the avengers send Let's say let's say cape bishop. The new hawkeye. Be fine and i the only this is the only seen that i can see that you could change in slightly. Make something a little bit better. If if semester does not show up here in just the other ones that he met saved him and you could justify the big credit scene because maybe he's back doing the ring thing while this is going on and that's you know that's his evil turn. Yeah but him being here and doing that. Whole speech at the end completely defies that make the the the thing that should have been was that the nestro doesn't believe in allah at all. And you know how gives that speech. We're only human and semester. Basically just tells them while you know. Yeah you're on your own Your i don't really care about you. And at that point he calls him. Green lantern is a good luck green lantern. So that's showing a respect. Their now is he gonna turn and living embodiment of fear is destroyed. Now is no such thing as fear anymore. I am i crazy. Yeah now there's literally point of tara lacks. He wants to get rid of of willpower. So he's going to destroy the battery of willpower. Choose headed straight for. oh right. Yeah why is he taking these pitstops because you have to absorb fear to create to make himself more powerful naming the way the guardians acted. He could have taken them. It seemed like. I don't know it's all stupid later. So necessarily was barely a factor in this movie. He's like the hr department for the lanterns every scene. He's in. He's just talking to the guardians. All employees they're unhappy. Maybe a pizza party at the end of the week will work. It's funny because it's true. That's what really happens in the corporate sector. You're right he. He in the comics e. n. a. How good friend. And there's nothing to indicate that. I mean there's the mutual respect at the end. I never understood. New guy comes in. he's there to help. it's give him shit right away. That'll help right..

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"hawas" Discussed on Test

Test

05:24 min | Last month

"hawas" Discussed on Test

"If the United States really wants to help the people of Afghanistan over the continuing period next you know the next years we've got to have a presence in Afghanistan. I have closed embassies before. I closed the U.S. embassy in Sierra Leone in 1997 due to the violence there. And so I do recognize that the U.S. government did not know for sure what the Taliban was going to do when it came into Kabul. However we have had negotiators in Doha for the last 18 months including zalmay hawas whose Afghan himself Afghan America but he's been the U.S. special envoy to Afghanistan the U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan as well as the ambassador to Iraq and the ambassador to the United Nations and has been the special negotiator with the Taliban for the 8 four 18 months. So I would have anticipated that there would have been some sort of an agreement that not only would the Taliban not shoot at U.S. Military but that it would not harm the U.S. embassy and that it would be possible for the embassy to remain open. Closing it sends a real signal. And when that signal. Was made to the to the government you know leading Donny I think to say well if the U.S. is going to pull its embassy out and then to that he was going to get out and and for the military and police forces around the country. Saying that the U.S.. At long last I mean I was one of the people many of the people that said that the U.S. needed to get out of Afghanistan. We did not need to be in there for 20 years..

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"hawas" Discussed on 1234t

1234t

05:24 min | Last month

"hawas" Discussed on 1234t

"If the United States really wants to help the people of Afghanistan over the continuing period next you know the next years we've got to have a presence in Afghanistan. I have closed embassies before. I closed the U.S. embassy in Sierra Leone in 1997 due to the violence there. And so I do recognize that the U.S. government did not know for sure what the Taliban was going to do when it came into Kabul. However we have had negotiators in Doha for the last 18 months including zalmay hawas whose Afghan himself Afghan America but he's been the U.S. special envoy to Afghanistan the U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan as well as the ambassador to Iraq and the ambassador to the United Nations and has been the special negotiator with the Taliban for the 8 four 18 months. So I would have anticipated that there would have been some sort of an agreement that not only would the Taliban not shoot at U.S. Military but that it would not harm the U.S. embassy and that it would be possible for the embassy to remain open. Closing it sends a real signal. And when that signal. Was made to the to the government you know leading Donny I think to say well if the U.S. is going to pull its embassy out and then to that he was going to get out and and for the military and police forces around the country. Saying that the U.S.. At long last I mean I was one of the people many of the people that said that the U.S. needed to get out of Afghanistan. We did not need to be in there for 20 years..

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"hawas" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

The Dave Chang Show

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"hawas" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

"This means our. Talk. So. The word. For the record, the world is divided into many things but really just two categories that effectively are the most important. Are, you white or dark meat chicken person and are you a sweet and sour or everything else kind of person that McDonald's and if you like barbecue or honey mustard or like the new ranch, we can't be friends now. I'm so I'm so happy. I'm so happy she said she'd sourly. It's truly she like we we've met in the street in the apocalypse did the secret handshake and I was like Oh we're here. We found family I found family. How before we let you go. I would love to have you back on and I'm so glad you could join us but I wanted to give you an opportunity to talk about your book plug it but anyone that's listening have opportunity to find out about Your Business and your book. So babies kitchen. My New Cookbook is out October thirteenth. Seed, it's available everywhere. Books are sold. Mike condiments are available at best best sauce dot com best best needs Chilean Somali, British Belda. BE A S B a s best best so bad ass that ass. That's available on our website and yet be on the lookout for more condiments because the intention is to really develop condiments from the continent of Africa in you know wipe out catch up. Just, joking. And Don't know this. was also planning a JAL off rice. Only going to bake it with. So just so you know. The best way accordingly to. John is baked with Paprika and everyone else can suck it. Only. Only way on the original you heard it here first. Direct. Oh, all emails inquiries to rest. Don't try it..

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"hawas" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

The Dave Chang Show

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"hawas" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

"We are joined with. Chris King and. I mean. Multi? Hyphen it. Is the best way to describe our guest how Hassan Are you still a model or you now is it called former model. I think now people would say I'm a former model because like. Is there a term because celebrity chef is a terrible term? So what do you mean like? What like what a model? What do you call yourself? You introduce yourself like, oh, I was a model or No never right. I just saw. Books. And that will. That's actually what I always do. Say I go I. You know people get really confused about what consumer packaged goods are, and so they're like what is the hat and I'm like hot sauce And then they get excited. Well you are. Also, you make a hot sauce and we want to talk about that and you are now a bona fide author. Right my first cookbook in BBC's kitchen is coming out shortly what's the date and comes out October thirteenth and you can pre-order it were any book is sold I'm sure absolutely. About the book you wrote. So indies kitchen is a book about recipes from the perspective of grandmothers, exploration of recipes stories, and it's based on eight African countries that touch the Indian Ocean. So the intent is to really bring the new home cook into what food from the continent looks like So it's a lot of just talking about capitalisation talking about recipes talking about the spice trade and we're doing it all from the perspectives of Nature Archies, which for me, our grandmother Geographic. I. Love that Geographic Organization of the eight countries that touch the Indian Ocean is that like does that feel like the unifying culinary thread to is that is that what connects those places? Right. So when you think about the Indian, ocean in the way that folks were able to enter the continent it always started at the tip which Eritrea than it carried all the way down to Madagascar and so ultimately what I was interested in doing outside of preserving these stories in these recipes was to really spell it out for the American reader for people in the West to say that Africa's not Monolithic I, know that you've heard about this thing is that far away place. But if you're familiar with the spice trading, you know about the Indian, ocean hear these countries that hug it, and here's the recipes of those countries. How can I ask how was the process of pitching this book and how long did it take you to be? Able to convince publish. It'd be like you need to make this book while a couple of years ago nothing like this was being done and so a lot of the feedback we got was. This is just too big of a project. Oh Africa's hard to sell, and so the way that even the proposal coach can we unpacked statement sorry to interrupt. I think that's A. We shouldn't move past this statement for any listener. Just. Remember what you just said Africa is hard to sell. Now if a publisher told me, Asian food is hard to sell I literally my not that I would buy initial thought would be I'm GONNA. Burn this fucking person's house down right? That's my anger would be so great or some imagine someone told you oh your. Cuisine your culture wherever you're from someone. Told You oh, you want to write about that or that's GONNA be too hard to sell. Of course, you would get upset right I mean like I don't know if that should be commonplace gloss over weight. Why? Why do you think in their perspective? It's hard to sell quote unquote. because. The people who are making the decisions are not reflective of the things that are that I'm trying to sell right so. What's what's up? On not reflective equals one. So I'm not people who look like me are not in these rooms and they're not the ones deciding right so they're leading with their ignorance. They're not even thinking about their audience they're not even they dumbed down their audience so much and they're leaving with their ignorance. So for them. Africa. Dust feel far away. They never I'm sure they've never outside of a cartoon movie heard of Madagascar. Right? They don't know. What the culture there is they don't know what the recipe is the ultimate in their mind they feel if I can't relate to this book, our reader won't be able to relate to it, and so again, that goes back to what I always talk about that the audience is not giving enough credit because the people who are leading the way ultimately are dumbing it down by choosing silly things for them to consume. That's really interesting. I think that what she said right there is. is, everything, right the the the publishers at the powers that be let's not just this is not restricted to book publishing a Cookbook publishing it all but it's assumed that the audience wouldn't care wouldn't WanNa know it doesn't sell it doesn't sell because nobody's ever tried to sell it before right? The audience maybe they WANNA see maybe they do wanna know and audiences need to be given like you said, they just need to be given more credit in a little bit. I'll tell you how it would sell. I'll tell you exactly how we all imagine of away that it would become a hot commodity. You. Somebody going to Madagascar that isn't of your culture or from Madagascar and of the countries, lining the Indian Ocean, and focusing on one or two things, and then writing a book about it but not really spend the time to understand it further and then putting a new name on it like sex dust. Manila magic. Like. Okay. Jaya's new Africa. And then it just goes bananas and then that's how it happens and I'll be honest. Maybe that's the only way for these narratives to actually gain mainstream attention I thought about this subject a lot. and. I really have come to this point where I'm sure I. don't even know if I will always agree with where I'm at right now. But I'm currently at a place where I feel like if you WANNA gain acceptance, it unfortunately has to go through that lowest common denominator. I. Word Hacks to be extracted. It has to be fucked up and has to also. Be appropriated because if you are of that culture, you're never going to want to promote it in that way. So forward to gain mainstream acceptance, it cannot be spoken about or educated initially from the person's or that cultures owned perspective it has to be done from somewhere else and I feel that there's enough data historically speaking to prove that that is actually true. Yeah I mean I. Think they one of the things that most Americans really understand very well, probably better than the rest of the world is capitalism right and so I know that one of the ways that African food in African products in books and stories will come to be his win white man start to develop condiments from the continent you know which is what I've been doing but. Ultimately, I think in thankfully for the moment that we're in a lot of ways I think what's really happening is is that folks are taking a step back and they're so scared to be called out that they're checking themselves like two years ago someone took me aside a trade show and set alumnae introduce you to the King of African condiments. He was a white boy from Brown and. That is not acceptable anymore at least from my perspective, right? Brown he's smart. He's probably very liberal. That's something. Introduce himself as the King of African know what they did. Notice that I already knew him and he had been asking me for advice on this new line of Communist that they were bringing about. He asked me how to have him out of bed come on. White Boys from Brown Selling Afrikaans art there. We might as well just name him now.

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"hawas" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"hawas" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Greatest Tiger Balm time has to be pirates, Raymond cop. He received the most votes in be all the fame of the first five people elected. Babe Ruth and at the university of the temple star gained in the nineteen forties. They asked every person played into all star game for that time to list the list of the greatest baseball players of all time in first place with seventy six percent of the vote was tie Cobb. Babe Ruth finished third. So any list that has just invert Lander or even L, K wine or Miguel Cabrera is woeful in comparison to deleting one tyrus, Raymond. Comment that was for the, the rap the MO. Okay. Mount rushmore. And that was for our generational were very young. I know you the second, hey look, I picked Tycom from digital for my round. Big tie SAM's old. I stand corrected them. May I ask my own poll two hours? I would like to test your knowledge on the university of Michigan. So who is without question? The greatest couch football player to put on the uniform at the university of Michigan. Wait, I guess why might be so wrong though, do it shut promise. You won't get mad at me. JJ if I'm wrong. I know who it is. It really is it a sleeper, one of my favorites, Tim. Bianca patuca. It is. So it's a running back, but at least give Tim Bianca, but some love he was he is. Underrated are we are we are you talking about as you as a Heisman Trophy winner, when told me did not exist when this individual played football played before the nineteen thirties, Hawas Tom Harmon, I was about to say Tom Harmon played the nineteen forties? Try again. He was the person is dry. Cobb. Tells I can't I can't recall in the eighteen hundreds. I'll make it simple for you. When Tom and one is Heisman Trophy. The people. He's the greatest player at the university of Michigan and fielding, a yo said, no he's the greatest player at Michigan since Willie has Ston will we have to wait a machine for maintain a one thousand nine hundred four never lost a game average eight point nine yards, a carry when you only need three downs to make five yards. He was a one man wrecking crew. He had speed. He would be like a Bo Jackson. Champi.

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"hawas" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"hawas" Discussed on FT Politics

"And he must go and he refused to resign. Which is quite van most ministers will hunting notice saying you've got no confidence me I'm going to go. He even refused to do that. Yeah. I think the refused things to say about this a former colleague of mine in the lobby. Gabby Hinz live put out a really interesting Twitter thread pointing out that actually very very few leaks. Come just from somebody up journalist, or you may have I got a story for you. It really doesn't tend to work that way. Mostly it is people pursuing a line. They've heard of whisper something they chase it up. They phone number of people. And sometimes the people happen to me as well. Sometimes the people who actually have given you the story don't realize they've given it to you. They. I think they were simply confirming something you will ready new. So the truth is we don't really know unless the security has been monitoring the phone calls. We will probably never find out for sure who is telling the truth on this matter. But the point that I think some people have lost in this case, the primary does not need to make her decision on the basis of beyond reasonable doubt or the balance of probability or any of the other criteria the criminal prosecution service use when deciding whether she's she can say, you know, what I think you're wrong. I'm not convinced and I don't want you in my cabinets anymore, and that's fundamentally what happened here. I think Miranda green. This comes to the key point. Which is the it was a political decision. Not illegal warm by Theresa May because the general guidance from number town this has been it was to do with that lack of trust in the Defense Secretary because that room as we've discussed many confidential things at talked about. And she has to know the everyone in that move is not going to go and leaked this particular. Bit of information wasn't national security. It was a political decision to allow some involvement of Hawas, and it was really a PR. And bama's -ment for the government. And really it's up to the five ministers. She doesn't like want someone in cabinet, then that's her coal. But this crucial thing is it doesn't look like there's going to be a criminal investigation. You can see why gang Williamson personally obsessed with the idea of what he did say on phone call to the journalist because he wants to as it were his name. But in fact, as says that isn't the interesting thing about these developments, the idea that political appointments dismissals should be held to criminal standards of proof as if in a court of lower is absurd..

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"hawas" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"hawas" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"At Sullivan radio. Jay says, you know, who's really happy about this craft spread pun intended, jussie smollet because he's now off the news cycle will not exactly no he has. He's still putting his he's still making huge mistakes. Elizabeth and grace says, Tom, please these were girls, this was a sex slave operation. These girls had no choice. They had no choice. Huge difference from prostitution. This is the saddest story I've ever heard. So I'm with you a thousand percent, Elizabeth and prostitution from the libertarian point of view willing-buyer-willing-seller. Hey. Why is that something that we spend a lot of police resources on? But what it has led to as is the sex trafficking business, and that usually involves s Elizabeth and says underage girls, and they're they're slaves. Their captives. That's apparently the first stories. I don't we don't have all the details. But the first stories are that these girls were from China, and they lived at this day spa. There were basically being held there. If you will. So sex trafficking young girls from China. So I agree with you a thousand percent, but but Jay Hawas Oshii. Sends a tweet with very interesting angle to this. He said do you think legalizing it would reduce trafficking? There may be an influx of willing participants. If it weren't legal. I'm sorry. If it weren't illegal. I like that. And I think this goes to two again marijuana. Legalize it. You take the prophets out of it. You take the El Chapo out of it. You make it into a business. That is taxed. As not perfect. And I'm not for you know, legal. I want want want to legalize cocaine and heroin. And no. But there is there is a an argument to be made for legalizing. Some of these sins that we have out there the sin laws and say if you take the. You take the the sex traffickers, and you've taken about you you run out of business. What's weird is that prostitution is legal in parts of and parts of Nevada? I don't know where else legal. I don't think it is. But it Thomas tomorrow Santana says Tom there are sixty five countries in the world where prostitution is legal interesting is near that in the United States for all of our freedoms. We are fairly puritanical in this area. Yeah, we are. So Christine Brennan sports columnist. Well, regarded says this scandal will definitely hit Robert Kraft hard. It's shocking. This is not the kind of thing you expect to hear about any owner of a team, especially as you said, Brooke one of the most highest profile man in.

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"hawas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"hawas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Away from more with MAC and Gaydos. But now, it's Jim Sharpe. From euro-zone is morning news and his sharper point, presented by Schwartz laser eye center. If lift is not going to allow them to protect themselves at least they should stop insulting their drivers. You know, the horrific story from Sunday morning thirty nine year old Christina Hawas, a pregnant mother of a two and a four year old picks up a lift customer by the name of Fabian Durazo controls to the apartment. Conflicts, the seventeen hundred block of a street and began to assault her with a knife while she was inside of the vehicle when she exit vehicle he continued to assault assaulter that knife, Christina and her baby both died. Police caught Deraza in her SUV near the California border insult number one. From lift is the statement, they issued after Christina was murdered part of it says, quote, the passengers account has been permanently deactivated. Wow, thanks lift. That'll stop them from murdering more lift drivers after he gets out of prison. Never insult. Number two is lifts weapons policy. Which states that drivers are not allowed to carry any weapons. I understand that from a liability standpoint. I mean, if a lift driver shoots a passenger by accident there lie ability could be huge. But here's where it gets ridiculous lift says there are many items that can be considered weapons and actually lists stun guns and tasers, and I'm not kidding slingshots. So you can't even have a non lethal weapon in your car while you're driving for lifts. I don't drive for one of these rideshare companies. But if I did I would carry at minimum pepper spray or a taser. You know, it is. The policy of both Uber and lift that passengers aren't allowed to carry weapons. Either Christina does murderer didn't follow those rules. So of passengers don't I don't think driver should either. We're so that could happen to them if they're caught carrying by lift that could be fired, but that beats the hell out of being dead. Join in Jim Sharpe and Jamie west tomorrow morning at five for zone is morning news here on KTAR news. It's five eleven repeating our top story as ordered to do. Hacienda healthcare has hired a third party manager to oversee operations and conduct an assessment after the sexual assault of a patient. They are benchmark human services Fort Wayne Indiana's coming in to take over and twenty nine thousand nine has had a violent start just south of the border. The Los Angeles Times reports there were one hundred ninety six murders in the first twenty nine days of January in Tijuana, Mexico that is the most violent start to a year in Tijuana's history. And it is coming up on five twelve and this is what we're working on for you this afternoon.

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"hawas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"hawas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For that we go to Bob moon. Bob US national security adviser, John Bolton is reiterating. His warning that there will be serious consequences for anyone who attempts harm Venezuela opposition leader, one go in a tweet Bolton denounced what he called threats to guide. Oh made earlier in the day by Venezuela's chief prosecutor voting on a series of amendments to alter the UK Brexit plan has energize activists outside parliament today. Inside the voting appears to be going mostly the government's way the UK parliament has defeated a measure that would have delayed Britain's exit from the European Union at the same time. Members of parliament backed an amendment to block a so-called, no deal. Brexit a day. After the indictment of China. Telecom giant Hawas, the top US intelligence officials described China as a competitor of rapidly growing strength that built its economy on theft of intellectual property Limerick, Irv Chapman reports from Capitol Hill. China presents a persistent cyber espionage threat and a growing attack threat to military and critical infrastructure, the director of national intelligence, Dan Coats tests, while we were sleeping China had remarkable rise significant amount of that was a chief by stealing information from our companies, we have alerted our allies there now finding that their product has been duplicated by the Chinese and sold for half the price because they have to spend as much money on research and development FBI director. Christopher Wray added. The. China has blurred the lines between lawful and fair competition and lying and cheating and stealing on Capitol Hill, Irv Chapman, Bloomberg radio. Global news twenty four hours a day on air.

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"hawas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"hawas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Right alongside you. So the warning bows are rising from all corners, absolutely US equity futures taking a little bit lower. You had the lowering of growth expectations from the IMF the lowest level in about three years, and that really knocked equity futures in the US lower about seven tenths of one percent as we speak and also remember it's a big week for IBM UBS later this hour as well Johnson Johnson to be on your radar. So those are all the equity side, you've got Singapore. Saying look do daily warning on growth. And of course, you have Xi Jinping where do you go for cover into the dollar? The dollar is bid. The Bloomberg dollar index is up this morning why because the greenback remains the haven of choice. According to is the safest currency with a yield. There you go. Where do you wanna have you ten hot a dollar? The wider market action because we've got a deterioration in risk appetite. You've got Bank of America Merrill, Lynch saying that appetite for risk is exceptionally low. We had news out reports from the globe and mail saying that the US is gonna perceive in seeking the extradition of the Hawas CFO and that push Chinese equities quite a bit lower. We're now down one point one percent in the CSI three hundred as far as the emerging market currencies are concerned the rand under pressure. Likewise, also dollar on the growth story and the lira emerging markets the growth target from the I'm was cut to four and a half percent. Less time Bernie by two tenths of one percent. It is China with the side has been taken to at six point two percent in terms of growth for China this year, s get the first word news headlines with Annabel jewelers Annabel..

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"hawas" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"hawas" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"Can you explain a little because it was something I didn't know about either. But in the movie the case that she use that her husband uses because he's the tactic tax is is basically about a man. Yes. Well, that's what was what was so much of of Hawas was was on doing not only for women who are being limited by these ideas of what they showed and shouldn't be doing. But also with men, and this man was was was caring for his mother. And because the law was written in a way that they didn't even imagine that a man could be in that position in that carrying possibly do. It exactly exact. 'cause they was you know, they just thought that was truly only women do that. So they were able to Marty as the as the film shows bought the case to to Ruth, and he was a an expert in tax lower and in a very well known and well respected tax lawyer and then with her knowledge in in terms of gender rights. They could come together on this case to argue for this man to say, this is ridiculous. You know, these laws are outdated, and they need to be changed. So that law about him out dated. Then let's look at one hundred years worth of the ones aimed against women that around dated. Well, that's what it was interesting with recently had the premier with with respect against bike in in Washington. And she said she did a Q name. But before we showed the foam, and she said how important it was to that that were figures like Dorothy Kenyon who is a an incredible lawyer Kathy Bates played brilliantly brilliantly by Kathy Bates. And and reset. It was very important for for the film to show that she stood on the shoulders of these incredible women. My just thought it was such a beautiful phrase, the idea of this lineage of these incredible women who had who have as you say for hundred years four for change did Ruth Ginsburg view in this time that you talked any suggestions about how to play or did she stay out of that completely? She was I mean. I mean, she was very very gracious, and very I also we spent time we had coffee together and in her in her apartment, and I said, you know, is that any advice that you'd you'd like to give me an and she very sweetly said I've seen you walk Felicity. And I know that you can do it. So that gave me which homeless confident it would've been cute. And what are the three or four favorite? Yeah. Theory of everything where did you see me back in the days because it's so last week. Yeah. I just love the idea that she went to Harvard, and you went to weird sister college, which I. That's what I what I should explain exactly. There are many parallels. She actually went to Oxford. But the thing was you you were on the DP Sears in the beginning where you would probably thinking during those days as child star that I would one day play Ruth Bader Ginsburg, they could only get better playing from playing a witch. My favorite titles. Any TV show? Ever is weird. It only had one season..

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"hawas" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"hawas" Discussed on Risky Business

"Designs that make it less risky. But at the same time, the reason this is different for five G is because somehow magically way more integrated, and it's not safe to halfway any bit of it. Unlike these this thing why three and four g networks we already have in production the parent at somehow different, which doesn't make any sense. But yes, it was outright ban. It's just as the one deployment at the one telco. But it does send a very clear message to all the rest of the Hawas operating network providers that maybe they should think twice before submitting designs, or maybe they should just make sure it's it's an upgrade rather than a new one have to go through it. You know? Oversight and they can get away with it. But yeah, it doesn't make a whole bunch of scenes everything else already while way here. So well, the quantum thing that might Sean a bit of a lot on that. He's you know, we we all know that while I was allowed into the UK on the condition that there was this hallway cyber-security evaluations Santa oversight board. This board was going to be established. And the idea was to make everything transparent and wonderful. If you look at the report from July this year, it's pretty grim reading while. I have this while we cybersecurity evaluations into which is paid for by Hawaii, but stopped by Q to do a whole bunch of research the board overseas that's reports for this particular for the quarter ending middle of the year. Yeah. As you say is a little bit grim. Most of the focus reading within the lines seems to be while his inability to make good products. Well. He had a high. One of the big concerns is the why are we put a lot of stock in this particular person the UK because they said we provided the source go. This is the only place in the world outside of Shinzan where you can get access source card and we've shared the what they're reviewing it all and making sure there's no back door. Now, obviously backed Boggs and security bugs, low quality, the only ways they leverage their access. But that's the one that this process focuses on and that's kind of where they've been saying. Well, look, it's all right in the UK there. The report at the moment actually focuses less on the specific while the other out something saying, look engineering. Quality's great. But one of the things that really highlights which is cool is the fact that why can't reliably produce binary co that actually runs on the equipment that matches the source that they give them because producing a reproduce. You'll build is actually genuinely hard. That's a really important part of this process is you can look at the source all you want, but he connoisseur. It is the same as what's actually live and prod, then you've got a real problem. I am reading between the lines. You see a lot of real frustration from this from review group in the UK that they just no matter what they do how much theory. They can they struggle with making sure it's the real thing which kind of illustrates the challenge with this kind of of oversight approach. Yeah. And apparently who I starting to get a bit aside. I from Germany as well. Yeah. Well, I think you know, the US obviously has been five is in general have been you know, kind of getting the ducks in a row so to speak, and we'll be seeing obviously with and starting to do its pot. But yet this is spreading out with some of the allies. And do they must be some actual smoking gum. Around something and the ones that report about Ethiopia telco somewhere in Africa. I don't know if it was, but it was somewhere in Africa where bad things with with certainly bad things, we're having and that reporting was like single source, and we didn't have a lot of goods. Like, there wasn't a lot of good detail about with that was. Wonder if it's a smoking gun or million smoking guns. Right. Like you do because it's just amazing. How unanimous everyone is once they seem to it's like they all getting reading on it. And just whoa. No get that stuff away from us..

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"hawas" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"hawas" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Mostly like passive aggressive i think that's what my next door is just what it is i'll be plastered all over it local girls dealing bumpkins garbage i look forward to those next door stories i do as well in the south of france it's common to drink sparkling water mixed with different flavored syrups something like an italian soda and they assumed this must be similar i cannot say the resulting beverage was the highlight of my trip but it was certainly a memorable fusion of provincial and canadian cuisine i did suggest to them that it's more typically used on the grip and crepes ended they promised to bear that in mind for the future meghan also alerted me to a video from the dodo that's being passed around about a cat named potato and it's a really cute video and if you haven't had that come through your feet yet i recommend looking it up i yes it's a very potato looking cat and it's it's doing the best that can that's all any of his can do lauren oh i know keep going on potato hang in there as the poster says we're all rooting for you you really are rooting for everyone today this is how this has been so inspiring it really has thank you to to them for writing in yes and for julian hawas for being in the soda and thanks to all of you for listening and you can write to us as well our email is food steph it has to dot com we're also on social media you can find us on twitter and facebook at foodstuff h s w stands for how stuff works and also on instagram at food stuff it's pretty simple think thanks further to our super producer dylan fagin who just.

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"hawas" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"hawas" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"How far do you think they will go in the rest of the tournament so here's what i think is gonna take place david jacoby i respect all opponents for one thing that happens when a cinderella makes it to the final four if it comes midnight and they get bombs and just so happens the one that's in the bracket half as to be playing against the team that i love the place that i've played the school that i attended so i am predicting that my wolverines will find a way 'cause i wanna pay all homage to loyola chicago for making it to this point on rooting for them otherwise i think they end up in the finals and on the other side is gonna be a tough hard fought match up i'm also thinking that kansas makes it to the finals the university of michigan play the kansas jayhawks on monday for the national championship well that's exciting congratulations to you and your wolverines especially maryville hicks gosh she's moving on on friday steph curry returned from his ankle injury but he injured his mc l he now has a grade two mc l spraying steve kerr said that he is definitely going to miss at least the first round of the playoffs jalen how much does this injury affect the warriors chances as repeating is nba championship that is not an action and if i looked discussed it like my head is about the explode like jack in scanners it because it is javale mcgee you were not about to block that shot the shooter was turning over the left shoulder you have to pay attention to where you're jumping where you're falling especially if you're going to land into steph curry's knee nobody's talking about this martyr the play then we see this happen with us up with julia it kevin durant last caesar's job dot who intentionally injured took hawas leonard you have to pay attention to the real estate on the basketball floor now with that being said i'm worried about the golden state warriors really if they don't have steph curry they will not win the west let me say that they don't have steph curry they will not win the west number one number two if.

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Google is testing real-time background removal for YouTube videos

Geek News Central

02:29 min | 3 years ago

Google is testing real-time background removal for YouTube videos

"And maybe it was a stupid mistake but a fito travel and middle america fields understand what the rest the country is besides the to coast he needs to get a little bit do a road trip and see how middle america has grown up sri dick yetlis really really really is okay gucci was testing sorry goalless testing realtime background removal for youtube videos it's a new feature coming t tubes stories yes it'll automatically replace your background without a green screen is called u2 real time mobile video segmentation and results result similar to crummy king but desert rely on a background that is of uniform color solace chemical an it's basically targeting snapchat the righty other services want you to give you you know probably funny faces all kinds of weird stuff when weird backgrounds so link be up the show notes on that nest is not real happy they amazon amazon is told ghul nast near the end of last year that it would no longer be listing any of nast newer products are products include a new smart thermostat home security products and other home appliances because it's competing with amazon's owns diaw so their restricting what google can put and sell on amazon mm mm interesting hawa skype for android has been optimize for lower end devices in recent times we start as he out of our present creating versions of apps designed for devices it or not as powerful as the higher in one thousand dollar mobile phones or for phones and countries who networks are not as fast imagine that this is the strategies is paid up big time touches space book was messenger light across one hundred million installs so microsoft churn do something as well renounce an update to its skate messaging at were in its latest update microsoft is may the app optimize for lower end android handsets fantastic so if you have a lower an android headset my bronze cape little better.

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"hawas" Discussed on Happy Hour

Happy Hour

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"hawas" Discussed on Happy Hour

"Yeah what one thing i'd like to add is a way to like follow all cysts an get like a stream of the new music like noil way not like apple music annette we follow than you like subscribing to their power sewage nowhere does but just like if in the four you section waistcoat like fringes into it could be like new music from your favor office let you know when you first set the account you have these bubbles that commpany pick light your favorite things to kind of stopped the recommendation engine that information and inkatha this lost into the either of algorithmic yes i one of if you go in the lobby patriotic also this you know that's the stuff you've got your library but it's no it didn't tell you any more and she liked drew through to the aussies pays if you went to like fouryear it be nice to have like a ticker of oh your favorite ice just released nissan plate now or you know he's the best song from his highs today like like a similar to the friends top but more formalized into artists 'cause they have like lead the daily police which a kind of agression the are we know you like a cheer owns could use an example is a his the mold music from him but that kind of comes in and out and goes away like a permanent like of he's the latest off from the people you like the mightiest would be a nice a nice change yet if apple can now than the organization like on the level of spotify an nbc news then you could even say not just add this album to my library but add this artist to elaborate and include everything they make in the future that wouldn't work right now because he you'd get all the junk all the duplicates right you get like five versions i'm so yeah but but if they had a you know if they had in their library like met data for this is like the canonic wild nature all versions of it then you could you could subscribe to hawas artists and i think that work i mean just wrapping up the topic of of organization.

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"hawas" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean Unglert

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean Unglert

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"hawas" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean Unglert

"Oh i see could you get him into trouble bright i of uneven just talking about an alan kind of getting a little uncomfortable hawas that is interesting it's weird ray i dunno yeah but you have to think that what you've gone through there's probably millions of people that have gone through that would be helped by hearing your story exactly and it's probably so scary and it's probably very uncomfortable but i think what he's asking years and not just to be generic is let's say he told a story about his dad stealing a car grant his dad getting the legal trouble for an auto theft this many years later is kind of what he's saying rare right and i don't know the answer that actually iin i'm not sure what statutes of limitations are or civil lawsuits i don't know we all a certain level of respect to our family members shirtcliffe ours even though him and i don't get along as well arnold respects i can't be open and honest about everything that's kind of gone on between the two of us in the rest of our family the gia and maybe eventually i'll be able to find the line a little bit more clearly but as i'm stumbling my way through this public spectrum i'm i'm forced to withhold certain things yeah interesting but any then also when you become a father yourself you can kind of share the things that you're gonna do differently because of internet mean like so here's the thing it when i become a father myself fastforward 26 years if you might say what if my son is on a.

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