31 Burst results for "Haya"

Robocalls back on the rise

Talking Tech

03:24 min | 2 months ago

Robocalls back on the rise

"In january alone there were more than four billion robo calls targeting in the us tarring phones across the us. So that's a one hundred and twenty nine point five million every single day. That's an increase of three point. Seven percent over the month of december. According to you mail which is a company that provides anti-rebel call services. So we're talking about robocalls now because we're getting in the numbers from last year and everything and we're seeing that even though rebel calls were down slightly in two thousand twenty. They're still higher than they were three years ago. And what's happened is during the pandemic some robo call centers had to shut down because they didn't want her sick evidently With guess smart but they appear to be opening up. And that's why the calls you're on the rise again now. Unfortunately this robocall barrage has led me to just not want to answer the damn phone. You know about ninety. Four percent of unknown calls go unanswered. That's what higher found in. Its survey a recent survey of two thousand consumers and three hundred business professionals now. That's not good if we're not going to answer the phone that's not good for legitimate businesses. Because they just have to keep calling you know about a doctor's appointment or car servicing or whatever so anyway that so there's some weird repercussions happening with all the with the robocall situation. Speaking of the kind of scam calls you get You talked about the car. Warranty the car warranty is really is up there in the most likely scam calls. You got in twenty twenty. It's number two behind social security calls. Then there's auto warranties in credit cards bluefin then health insurance in student loan forgiveness and then calls about it's their the irs which of course they're not They're also were timely. Because of the pandemic and the and the governmental programs with that there were calls about unemployment covid nineteen and stimulus checks now. The good news is that agencies like the fcc in the tc of crackdown on big rebel. Callers and new technologies are to be implemented by call providers By june of this year. But in the meantime you know if you want to try to cut down on some of these robocalls your wireless provider has protection. You just go into your phone and figured out or go onto the website and and see pretty much. Everyone has some protection. I have verizon. And i have a call blocker and since my wife is susceptible to these kind of calls. I paid more for. Call the call filter plus services for her also online the companies. I mentioned haya. Hi and you mail both have mobile apps you can use. And they'll be links to those in story Dot usa today commented rebel calls anyway. Unfortunately you know. In the future rebel collars scammers are always going to try to pivot but maybe those apps and better technical will make us less afraid of our phones. Yeah the one thing i worry about more is the spam text. You know i. It's not as it doesn't seem as prevalent as the robo calls for myself personally. But i have noticed more now that we're getting texts spam tech's now and i start to worry that's going to be the next frontier. Where if these scammers start to get wise about people that answering their phone her robocalls getting crackdown on more aggressively than we're just gonna start getting them in text form a lot more often. Probably likely. I know i've gotten i. Don't get a lot of those. A lot. More phone calls than tex. But i do get things that look like what i assumes can be a scam and i ignore it too so yeah think you're

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Australia will lift weekly caps on international arrivals in an effort to get stranded citizens home

AFF on AIR Podcast

04:39 min | 2 months ago

Australia will lift weekly caps on international arrivals in an effort to get stranded citizens home

"Be back but first. Let's begin with a roundup of the latest airline and frequent flyer news from the past fortnight and fiscally moist ustralian states will restore their international arrival caps to pre-january levels from monday. The fifteenth of february following a decision at yesterday's national cabinet meeting but western australia will retain its reduced arrival cap of just five hundred twelve passengers per week until further notice as perf emerged yesterday from its five day. Covid nineteen lockdown from the fifteenth of february new south. Wales will again double number of passengers at takes per week to just over three thousand queensland will restore its capacity from five hundred to a thousand a week and victoria will increase slightly as well as the stralia. The increase in rival caps is welcome news of course for the many trillion. Still desperately trying to return home from overseas but even with lost months capacity increase out the howard springs facility near darwin. The new arrival caps as of february are still below the old caps that were in place before January when the government temporarily half those caps in in many of the states prior to lost month's reduction australia had the capacity to accept around six thousand nine hundred weekly arrivals overseas including three the howard springs facility. The number right now is about four thousand five hundred fifty per week and this will increase from the fifteenth of february to around six thousand. Eight hundred weekly arrivals which is still just below what it was a ago. The government recently said that around thirty six thousand trillions currently registered with dave fat as being stuck overseas and this number has been repeated many times in the media as representing the number of australians. Trying to return but the tree number is likely far haya as many of the papal trying to come to his trail. You have not registered with fat qantas will wet lease up to fourteen embraer. One hundred ninety regional jets from alliance airlines for the next three years qantas plans to take delivery of. Its first three least jets in june this year for use on routes between adelaide. Alice springs and darwin the jets will be crewed by alliance airlines pilots and flight attendants but flights will be marketed by qantas in have accused flight. Number corner says that the nineties which have ten business class seats and four economy seats are the right size for flights between some of australia's regional centers and smaller capital cities. Lie ellen routes like alice springs to adelaide while also offering a great range. Then qantas links. Boeing seven one seven. The nineties can fly for up to five hours. Singapore airlines full service regional subsidiary silkair has been merged into the singapore airlines brand. Singapore airlines will gradually take over service on suk's existing routes starting with flights between singapore and pikit from the fourth of march. Nine of silk as boeing seven three seven eight hundred will eventually be transferred to the parent company and although the merger has been finalized at the moment with many of the airlines. Flights grounded covid nineteen. This was already planned a well before the pandemic began soak it has been a full service. Regional airline since it began operations in nineteen ninety-two but it had been viewed by some as the poor cousin of singapore airlines singapore airlines is now addressing some of these concerns by reupholstering. The seats on its silkair planes. It will also introduce a singapore airlines dining experience on regional flights including book the cook in business clause and on routes over five hours saute skew is fascinating business clause including on routes like hands to singapore which was previously so k. Route these seven three seven flights will also now be stopped by singapore airlines trained cabin crew wearing these singapore airlines uniform. And chris whoa in-flight entertainment will be available to stream on passengers. I devices these flights will also now be part of the star alliance which is great news for frequent flyers with star alliance partner airlines. He previously got no benefits when they were put onto a silkair flight. Although there's no change velocity members because velocity already made a upon of both silkair and singapore airlines qatar airways emirates and cathay pacific are among the latest group of airlines to provide a second year of t. Status extensions to their frequent flyers. Almost every airline gave as you probably know. Twelve months status extension to top team embassy in two thousand and twenty g to the covid nineteen pandemic and the associated travel restrictions which made it difficult for people to retain this status otherwise. But it's now quite clear that the travel restrictions and get lost in some form for longer than one year and so many airlines on out. Granting a second year of status extensions all existing silver gold and

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Japan's capsule with asteroid samples retrieved in Australia

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 4 months ago

Japan's capsule with asteroid samples retrieved in Australia

"A Japanese capsule carrying asteroid samples has landed in Australia Japan Space Agency said. It's helicopter search team has spotted a capsule on a remote area in southern Australia as planned Sunday local time, the agency said. Haya Busa, too, had released the small capsule Saturday and Sunday. Toward Earth to develop. Do deliver samples from a distant asteroid that could provide clues to the origin of the solar system and life on our

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"haya" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"haya" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"President elect Joe Biden one step closer to his inauguration, The state of California on Friday, certifying its presidential votes and appointing 55 electors pledged to vote for Democrats Joe Biden on December 14th. Officially handing him the electoral college majority needed to win the White House. California Secretary of State Alex Padilla's formal approval of Biden's win putting his tally have pledged electors so far at 279 just over the 270 threshold for victory, despite ongoing state level legal challenges by the Trump reelection campaign, the vast majority of which have up to now been tossed out by various courts. Paul Stevens, Fox News in the coming days, We can expect more announcements from the president elect on his Cabinet choices. Biden is under increasing pressure to fulfill a campaign promise for racial and ideological diversity in his administration. So far of the nine major picks on Lee to our white men. There's so much we don't know about the universe we live in. And today Japanese scientists are hoping to start uncovering some of its secrets. After spending six years and space Japan's Haya Busa two spacecraft is delivering precious samples from a distant asteroid that could provide clues to the origin of the solar system and life on Earth. Onboard. A capsule launch today from the spacecraft are the world's first sub surface samples from an asteroid. These came from Rude you about 180 million miles and one year away. Haya Busa two's work won't end today after its swing by our planet, the spacecraft already on his way to another distant asteroid, a journey that will take 10 years one way. Carmen Roberts Fox News..

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Yesterday's Short Trades Is Todays Profits

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:17 min | 7 months ago

Yesterday's Short Trades Is Todays Profits

"Not only was it a good day because the fishing solder things, but it was a good day because there was monet. was money yeah money to be. Made. But you guys went was actually Did. The podcast so I can remember but anyway. Eight of. Those tried to set up Zeke Took it profit year beauty. All side I took tease. US Prophet you beauty. So yeah, it was It was really good dice him some good profits in this came about that I will to snaffle and take advantage of. So really buddy die I'm still by shortened by them by Toggle targets obtain hidden one has had a stop loss move to lock in profit, and this is the thing is. As the markets. Shine a little bit more weight nece at the moment. It doesn't mean that we still do. Well that's I really frustrates me when people don't understand is that you don't need to have a mock it moving Haya to do well. Gina you don't need to have. The market go up and up and up and up out you to make money I it's it's about getting in to a market. And understanding that market. Knowing what you looking at more importantly knowing what you'll looking full now as I, look at Bitcoin rotten now I'm looking at a market that saves I wanna go at the moment we we've got another low high and low allow you to go with it. So we we've got a four hour downtrend the Idaho downturns now they're the daily looked at daily could still pop up at any minute, but there's definitely selling pressure I mean we've gone from eleven thousand, one, hundred to. Ten, thousand? Two hundred. How to die hard on I. Don't know it's nothing to be sniffed out. So, you know it's important for us to keep that in mind and. If you not. To tried. That's just an excuse me making. I'll be honest. You can try you. You made a choice not to. and that's why you don't have to. But you've made a choice not to whilst amok foles you feel pine. You can feel a very different emotion and it can be a pleasurable one. Anyway bitcoin rotten out stand point three, percent yesterday closed down point seven, nine percent. Now, we still we about ten. It's GonNa be interesting to see what happens. Are we GONNA push down through ten not concerned we unless we break down through the all lows of nine, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, one because it just Chinese the whole picture then back into a bit of a downtrend on a daily and the weekly also will add to that picture of that trending down I'm not really want to say that you know what I really WanNa see that. Ten Thousand Children Seventy three dollars rotten. Theory three, hundred, twenty, three dollars and ninety eight cents. It's down. It's up one her sent to diet was down seven, six, point, nine, percent yesterday knauss looking down to a matter of fact A. Quicker is one out. ooh. Man. For come back to that off the ways in a downtrend on that four momentum is definitely shifting bearish. And it's yes three twenty four much motorcyles exa pay right now break that support at twenty, two, point nine and twenty, three, seven mock that I spoke. She goes today. Look I'd love to say it pull back up into that low pull up into that region giving a little bearish candle off of that twenty sent market just be cracking set up but it's not to be further to go is point seven at twenty two point two cents Bitcoin cash twenty. Twenty are two hundred, nineteen dollars eighty, which was an old level of Resistance Asari support became resistance fell from their hod as a matter of fact, yesterday bitcoin cash was down five point five percent prog looking jot will to forty five right

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Turbulent reality collides with GOP convention.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

05:26 min | 8 months ago

Turbulent reality collides with GOP convention.

"Turbulent reality is clashing with these smooth steady image Republicans are attempting to paint of President Donald, trump and his leadership on the third night of the GOP convention with a potentially catastrophic hurricane bearing down on the Gulf coast wildfires, ravaging huge areas of California protests growing in Wisconsin after the shooting of a black man by police still raging corona virus pandemic, killing more than a thousand Americans a day with no apparent federal leadership adding still another controversial element the NBA postponed three playoff games after the Milwaukee, bucks refused to take the court for their game following the shooting of Twenty Nine Year Old Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin That was a few hours before vice president. Mike Pence was to speak from Baltimore's Fort Mchenry where in eighteen fourteen battle inspired the national anthem. Trump has strongly criticized athletes who neil rather than stand during the anthem in protest of racial injustice. The historical convergence of health economic environmental and social emergencies is only increasing the pressure on trump as he looks to reshape the contours of his lagging campaign against former vice president Joe Biden with Election Day just ten weeks off and early voting beginning much sooner. The GOP's convention response to those growing challenges have been uneven. The opening nights featured virtually no reference to the hurricane or wildfires covid nineteen was referred to as the China virus as xenophobic trope for a worldwide pandemic. The lineup is included speakers who have been at odds with the black lives matter movement including ace, Luis couple who brandished guns and the Kentucky Attorney General who has not yet filed charges in the death of a woman killed by police. Organizers on Tuesday had pulled another featured speaker, Angel Mom Marianne Mendoza after she directed her twists followers to a series of anti-semitic conspiratorial messages hours before her prerecorded segment was to add convention speakers also reinforcing trump's long order message warning electing Biden would lead to violence in American cities spilling into the suburbs, a message with racist tones despite the reality of these protests happening right now during trump's first term and much of the criticism from demonstrators levied at the sitting President himself at times the RNC appear to be presenting a parallel universe that few people inhabit but for those making the speeches, an idealistic patriotic habitat where the people didn't complain about their lot because they were proud Americans. Most significant all over the three nights of speeches with a literal falsehoods about the Biden campaign rather than run on their own platform. The Republicans have sought to demolish the policies of the left with propaganda, rewriting them to suit their own agenda. US health officials sparked criticism and confusion about hosting new guidelines on corona virus testing from the White House task force that run counter to what scientists say is necessary to control the pandemic. The new guidance says it's not necessary for people who have been in close contact with infected people, but don't feel sick to get tested. It was posted earlier this week on the website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC previously had advised local health departments to test people who have been within six feet of an infected person for more than fifteen minutes across the country. Public Health experts called the change bizarre. They noted that testing contacts of infected people is a core element of public health efforts to keep outbreaks in check, and it's a large percentage of infected people. The CDC has said as many as forty percent exhibit no symptoms federal officials said the new recommendation was issued by consensus of the White House virus topic force. However Dr Anthony found she the country's top infectious disease expert, and perhaps the best known task force member said, he wasn't part of the discussion that green lit the change suggesting it may have come from the President himself the American Medical Association in a statement called the change a recipe for community spread the Association of American Medical Colleges called it a step backward in fighting the pandemic. Restricting testing could be self defeating because it could skew the numbers and create a perception that rates of infection are Haya. Another explanation for the change is that Donald Trump simply wants to see case counts drop and discouraging more people from getting tested is one way to do it with the general election two months away and concern that a high number of infections might affect his chances of reelection.

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Oliver Wellington & Neil Mody: The No Effort Approach To Promotion

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

07:47 min | 1 year ago

Oliver Wellington & Neil Mody: The No Effort Approach To Promotion

"Today's nice guys episode. We dig deeper into what? Why and how? With headliner founders. Neil mody I think I got that right. Neil mody and Oliver Wellington we're going to talk podcasting promotion and welcome guys to the Nice guys on business podcast and you did get it right where we're glad to be here. Thanks for having you guys are welcome in and Neil so everybody knows your voice. Neil can you? Can you say hi so everybody knows who you are when you first start talking ahead? Neil Haya okay that is neil and Oliver. Please share your voice because you said although you go second. You're smarter than than Neil. Is that correct now? I actually didn't say but Yeah this is my voice so it is now and we sound the same tough. Well maybe maybe for the first couple of questions you can say. Hey this is Neil speaking your. Hey this is Oliver speaking. That's probably a good way to tune in for for a Nice Guy Community. It's so rare that we actually have two people that were interviewing. I thought. Maybe it's because people are so repelled by me that they just don't ever WanNa come on at two at a time and but I see this is the actual a very good partnership that you guys have. We've you're cutting yourself to To shore but y'all overnight worked together for two companies now so over a decade. So we're we're we're attached at the hip on what's interesting is so my partner Strickland Bonner who co host. The Friday shows with me we do too interviews and one just stricken I shoot shit and talking about business and other fun stuff about our personal lives You know we both have what we would call both are zone of excellence. Zone of genius and Strickland's zone of Excellent improbably even gravitating towards zone of genius our our systems and creating great processes in a spreadsheets. And I suck at that stuff and I tend to find that my zone of genius or zone of excellence may be gravitating towards my zone of Janus is working in the relationship and sales space. So why don't you? I share where you guys. Kinda fit in with each other and then we'll talk a little bit about headliner and in some of your successes that you've had well I will. This is Oliver speaking. I will say that most people that know nealon. I think it's funny that we worked together. 'cause we're very different trying to explain myself by actually describing. Neil and so you can imagine the opposite okay. Nail is very technical very analytical very logical. He's very patient. I am kind of odd. Not those things as much and so like I don't know if Sarah Zones of excellence I don't know if I really think about things in that same way. But in general I. Can you know work a lot with our community building? You know working with users at our last company. We were with bloggers. I kind of lead the community outreach and community building there And then you know we're startups. We juggle a lot of the other kind of West exciting tasks that startup as to. But Neil and I actually kind of are a little bit of a two headed monster. When it comes to different projects will work on. You know all types of aspects of projects together. So so Oliver would you. Would you consider yourself of the two of you? Would you consider yourself the more client facing side of the business and you would think that but no okay so wait is so so neil is the is the tech expert and he's the client facing site so. I'm trying to figure out what the sandwiches there. Yeah so if you think about it right like we cover you know. We're working with larger companies and then we also work with just a huge array of podcasters. Right so if you think about the community of you know your podcast or you're just starting out and wants to get in and try out these new tools like that's kind of what I work with. Neil works with the background is acknowledging but also does the the more B. Two B. sales stuff at the higher level sue. Okay got it. I'm wearing a tie dye t shirt right now. I saw that and I and I appreciate and respect that I probably for most of my. I'm fifty five so for most of my My teenage years and even beyond I probably I look in my closet. I don't know if I have any of my tie-dyed shirts. I think my first ex wife decided that she was going to throw them all away like so. How about you Neil? What's tell me a little bit about where yeah either Describe Oliver to me or describe yourself to me either way totally. Well I think I'LL OLIVER. Those around about way to say for his excellence is a is creative juices and specifically community building so. I think those two aspects are like really big Boats in our last company in this on soap so yes this is just some background. We were one of the biggest content recommendation companies On the Internet it's called it was called N relate so if you've ever read an article in at the bottom those links of what else to read We were one of the biggest providers of that and our biggest market was in the blocks gear. So if you're a blogger circa two thousand nine two thousand two thousand eleven is a pretty good chance used our software. We're on over like one hundred thousand sites and so on and Oliver was responsible for really growing that Community building it serving it Working with them to really refine our product and then I guess yeah for myself I guess I mean I just yeah very technical background And so I'd say I really liked to think hard in deep and long about problems and problem solving different types of things so that's probably mine. If I had to come up with one let me ask Oliver. Let me ask you a question just because I know that many of the time some of some of the challenges that our podcast clients have as we are talking to those that are in our turnkey podcast community. 'cause I said I'm going to really work hard at trying to to wear a couple of different hats here. I WANNA wear the head of the podcast as a podcast producer in the owner of a production company. But I also want to talk to the entrepreneurial base. That's out there. But let's just talk to the podcast for a quick second because it sounds like you've had a considerable amount of success in this basin so let me direct this dollar for just a moment. What do you think is the is the biggest hurdle that people have to get over in order to start building community because that's one of the biggest challenge that talk about the big three and podcasting. It's how do you build community? How do you grow influence? And how do you make money while money and influence or important? It's really challenging to do any of those things without a community. So can you share? Maybe some of the some of the maybe some of the mistakes some of the things that you see that people should be leaning into when it comes to building community. I really think we've always taken a very kind of basic approach to this. It works and that's number one Listen to people's feedback to enact that feedback Three let them know about it. And that's kind of the cycle. We follow right so you release something thinking people will use it someway the they might use it the way you intended. They might not make sure when they tell you. Hey I wish it did this that if if you can do that for them in the nasty blast for that you make those changes and then over time you build the product that people really want and it'll somewhat naturally it gets spread around the best way people hear about us is word of mouth and so that's kind of what we've totally focused is just getting a great product out to people and continually improving it.

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8 Things You Can Do For Free on Norwegian Encore

Tips for Travellers Podcast

09:44 min | 1 year ago

8 Things You Can Do For Free on Norwegian Encore

"Are the eighth things you can do? Completely for free on board Norwegian uncle. I'm Gary. This is another of my tips for travelers Norwegian and cruises and encore of you huge amounts of choice on the cruisers. But not everything is for free talk about eight incredible things that you can do without to paying any extra money above your cruise fare. Starting with this one you can go and see Broadway. Production shows of incredibly ably high quality on original call. They have the multi award winning show. Which one Tony's also on awards in London West End Kinky deep boots? It's a full ninety minute. Production and it is really top notch the other phenomenal production. which you can see for free is called the choir Of Man I was very skeptical about the show. Went in had a great time. Incredible talents phenomenal voices. reimagining the songs that we all know. Lots of contemporary tapper songs really beautiful story so those are all included within your completely and utterly free to go to and I definitely strongly recommend you go and see the big production shows. The second thing is there is a huge amount of live music around the ship that again is all included within your fair. The first of those one of the most popular is in the cavern club. This recreating the Liverpool Club where the Beatles were founded and there's a Beatles tribute band and that play in here twice a night and they cover all the greatest hits from different phases during their career. It's hugely popular and really good fun. ANAEROBIC Beatles fan but had a great each time in there with this band dotted around the ship. There's lots of other live music throughout the evening and the once check out our in the district Brew House they they have a Singapore to sing alongs in the sugar cane Morita Latin music but a dancing. And then you have a house band entertaining in the different lounges. Just around the ship and in the main atrium the actual music is completely free. If you WANNA have a drink while you watch you pay for your drinks but the live music completely free and included you can also then for free go and have a great evening of comedy so in the Social Club they they have a comedian on various times during the night and the late evening that becomes the nightclubs. He can laugh your head off and dance the night away until really late again and if you want something to drink you pay for that but the actual entertainment the DJ and the comedy completely free access to pretty much. All the facilities on board is included. Clued there a couple of exceptions but one of the things that is included. That is phenomenal. Is The waterpark. There's two water parks one which is for adults and people of all ages and then as a kids Akwa Park in the adults park. You have to multi-storey high thrill rides the first of which is called the the Akwa. Racer these are Tanimoto slides and then you have ocean loops which extend right Outta the side of the ship. You wish of the side of the ship and you go through a double double loop down on the pool deck. You have the kids Akwa area where there's lots of cascading water and lots of fun for the kids get of course. The use of the pool is all included within the fair. But the waterpark one hundred percent included the fifth thing you can do for free. Just go and watch the go kart the speedway that way. If you want to take part in a go kart you do have to pay for that but you can go and watch the thrills and perhaps the spills up on the two level go kart race track crack. The uncle speedway it's larger than the ones on the other ships of a similar size. There's a great viewing area right in the middle of the track and it really is huge amount of fun one. If you want to go on the go carts do pay. It's at the time recording. It was nine ninety five four one circuit. You can also buy a day pass or a entire Haya cruise along party which gives you unlimited rides. So a day pass was twenty nine ninety five per person and it was just under two hundred dollars for a full weekly pass Oss. If you're into laser tag there is an open air course. which is the lost city of Atlantis? And you do have to pay to take part in that again. It's around about nine hundred five five per person for a game and you can buy weekly and day passes to play laser tag. There's no way that you can actually watch that particular activity activity. You're also head down to Galaxy Pavilion and watch people. On the simulator is these are sort of multidimensional forty rides so people are wearing the virtual reality goggles. You can go watch. People take part in these various activities. If you do want to go any of the rise that does include extra cost being silly go down and look at everyone making themselves sometimes on those particular rides also that there is a video arcade which again is a pay per play. This is a great space. And there's lots lots of things to do here but again you can what we were playing. But you can't take part without paying the critical thing to do in terms of all those activities which I would strongly recommend you do is go and watch the speedway encore and the various racist. It's really good fun. The good news is that full free other words included. Within your fair you can eat eat for twenty four hours of the day now. There's a couple of key dining options that are included within your face so you have three main dining rooms which accord taste. Say That and the Manhattan Room. They all have the same menu so it really depends on which of the decor or the venues. You prefer breakfast lunch or dinner and these are very beautiful rooms and you can go in there and have a full multicourse meals. The other restaurant which is included within your fair is the garden Jordan cafe which is the buffet restaurant. I relied us as a buffet restaurant. They had all sorts of different stations. For example at lunchtime you could have a stir fries you can have a past the station. There will be a pizza station to be a burger station and again breakfast. You'd have all sorts of different types of stations. There have lots of desserts and you can have huge amounts of food up there in the gone. Kevin that tends to be open for breakfast lunch and dinner. You'll only find though at some parts of the day you can go up and get some free teas and coffees juices and various snacks. All the specialty restaurants. You do have to pay extra to go to and there are a lot of them however there is one of the special restaurants that is included within your fair and that's the local local has comfort food. So you've got hamburgers hotdogs efficient chips and this is a great space to go. It's open twenty four hours a day. You can have comfort food getting you pay. If you have drinks you're GONNA have to pay for your drinks and and it's ridic- great location and you can look down onto the my nature him at rate meaning point but that is all included within your everything else. There is some charges so for for example in room service. You do pay a service fee which at the time a recording was seven dollars ninety five per order if you want to go to any of the special ed to restaurants of which there are at least nine of them or you want to go to any of the other food and beverage outlets like the starbucks bake shop or the ice ice cream shop. You do pay to go to those so the free things are your main dining rooms the buffet and the local the next one is great. Particularly sleep for parents or multi generational families travel together. Is You can leave the kids to play all day be looked after all day. And that's only could the fit so it's free. They have three phenomenal kids clubs and these really are huge big space and they can cope with hundreds of kids in the peak season and so for example at the peak time like Thanksgiving they could have literally almost a thousand kids being looked after by these various kids clubs. So the key ones that that you need to know about our first of all guppies guppies is a largely unsupervised space for very young toddlers where parents can go and play with their toddlers and there's all sorts of things to do that the next one which is one of the most important ones of all and the most popular ones of all and the biggest of all is called the splash academy it's not water's just to nine. This is where kids from three up to twelve will be able to go and play and the divided into different age groups. Then you have entourages which is for the teenagers so that's from thirty up till seventeen. That's only within the fair and your kids can spend all day the only thing you would pay for the main kids club the splash academy that closes at lunchtime for an hour and a close in the evening for an hour. Now if you want to kids on Portes to be supervised visor and taken to meals your pay the time recording six dollars for lunch six dollars for dinner so the great news is as a parent you could go on an excursion and your kids would be supervise and you'd literally paying six dollars but the actual supervision out of mealtimes totally free included within the fair after talking about the ability to each twenty four arouse a day and the huge amount of food options. You'll be pleased to know that there's another thing that you can do for free and that's go to the very large fitness center so all the Cardio Cardio equipment all of the weights is into your face free to use. Once you start looking at classes you will pay for classes so but you can get a good workout. You can really really exercise and burn off any of those extra calories to then go back to your twenty four eating also on board. There is running track around near the pool deck as well so again you can exercise all included within your

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College Football Playoffs

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:52 min | 1 year ago

College Football Playoffs

"We mentioned were three three and a half hours away from the College Football playoff show on. ESPN where will everyone follow so much. Interesting where Alabama is going to be because I think we know who the top three are going to be joining us on the day of once again. Always great to have south on so seth. Let's talk about the the the elephant in the Room Alabama. What what do you know about them? And what are the are the projections. Now we think that Alabama is still very much in this playoff race and they're actually not in a bad spot at all we give him the fourth best shot to reach the playoff at forty one percent. And if you're an Alabama fan what he cares if they win out. Where where do you stand and at eleven and one we put Alabama Emma at a sixty nine percent chance to get into the College Football playoff? That's according the playoff predictor and I think it really comes down to their schedule which a lot of people knock it. We're we're saying is really really not as bad as people think if you compare that to say Oklahoma schedule Alabama. We'll have three games. that are tougher than Oklahoma's toughest games and toughest office game. And if you compare the two if Alabama eleven one and Oklahoma's at twelve and one according to our numbers is about twice as hard to go eleven to one Alabama schedule as it is to go twelve and one with Oklahoma's take that boomer sooner. Listen let's get to the next most asked question on this program Ken to SEC teams get into the playoffs. Yeah absolutely in fact not only absolutely we put at fifty six fifty seven percent chance of big thing the happened over the weekend was not just the Lsu Alabama game but penn state going down. That really helps open the door for the to put two teams in so there's a few different ways. He's this could happen. I mean I think the obvious one is is the one that most people think of. LSU continues to roll they win the SEC. Alabama gets at eleven to one but there are other scenarios. What of Georgia tr? You know what if they went out and they end up winning the SEC and And be an otherwise undefeated. LSU So there's a couple different paths for the SEC. And we think that some combination of those teams teams is a decent shot. The two of them will get in. So let's talk about Ohio State no issue because I was just gonNA use myself an example ask you to psychoanalyze. I analyse me and be nice to me. I had Ohio state number one all of a sudden. I go to Tuscaloosa Saturday win and I checked the box next morning. LSU number one. Explain the differences between these two teams. Paul I'm with you so I don't have much to offer. I can't call you crazy here today. I look here's the difference right so. LSU In Ohio state or wanted to record but if you look at that doesn't tell the whole story so Lsu and average top twenty five team to be undefeated with LSU schedule. We only think there's a one percent chance an average top twenty five team could pull that off whereas for Ohio state is a sixteen percent chance they had an easier road so much more They LSU tigers have accomplished much more than Ohio state and so to me they deserve to be number one Given the win in over Alabama. Now I want to get to Clemson for a second. Because they are the forgotten team of twenty nine thousand nine. They started Out as the reigning Champs Trevor Lawrence and and you know they play these Games on Saturday night and we all go okay. Is there anything else on. Because they're so dominant ever since that Early Season Sneeze against North Carolina so I mean they have any chance of missing plus so I mean. Obviously they'd have to lose wouldn't they. Yeah they have to lose but I think that if they do you end up with Clemson really being a lot of trouble. I'm with you. I feel like I've ever even talked about Clemson. Their schedule is so easy that If I was looking at it just now from top teams perspective. You look at Clemson's schedule it's easier than like Yukon schedule or two lane. I I mean you're talking about a bunch of group of five teams. Have easier schedules. Someone you know said to me and I so I ended up looking at. HOW WOULD UCF schedule two years ago? Compared to Clemson uh-huh in this year Clemson's is harder. Don't get me wrong. It's the eightieth hardest schedule by that measure and UCS was ninety six. But you're not talking about something that's that far off and so the point is look if they went out fine. They're one of the best teams in college football but if they lose we would almost be very unlikely at that point for Clemson actually get in so we don't have wiggle room speaking of unlikely the fact that we are talking now about Baylor in Minnesota might be the longest shot of the college football season so help us understand do either one of them have a clear path to the playoffs assuming they check all the boxes I think they have a clear path in terms of winning. The problem is just that it's really unlikely. That either GONNA win Minnesota specially we give them just a one percent chance to win out. They have a tough game at Iowa before having to go Face Wisconsin and the big ten championship game so Minnesota would be an underdog at three of its final four games. Here's the good news for the GOPHERS. Though it was I was just running the numbers if they were to lose to Iowa and then went out right so then that means beating Wisconsin and going and beating probably Ohio state in the big ten championship game. They would still have a shot at twelve one which stunned me. But at twelve and one in that scenario they would have beaten Penn state. That would have been Wisconsin and they would be no Haya state so we think they actually would have a chance to get get in the problem. Of course is what I go back to what I said at the top. It's just so unlikely that they're going to be able to pull that off that they have a lot of work to do before consider them realistic contenders. Just one more thing before you go. Let's talk about Georgia and I know they have a very tough game this weekend. At Auburn Auburn they get to Atlanta. I mean there are a couple of combinations about Georgia that say lose to Auburn and then they beat. Lsu where are they. Yeah that's a really fun. Scenario right I if they do that well. We think that Georgia probably would not get in as a two loss as he C- champion. What I think we'll be wild is that you could have a situation where to SEC? Teams could get into the playoff and neither of them would be the champion in that situation because Lsu can get in an Alabama could get in given the two losses for Georgia there. We think it would just end up holding them out with any other. Good teams Can they win if they win the SEC. With one loss there are there are almost guaranteed a spot that second loss would probably be the end for them in other words. You're saying Alabama fans are GonNa Screaming War Eagle Saturday afternoon. I think they ought to be absolutely always great to have you on your next Tuesday. Thanks Paul thank you and our most of our most anticipated guests of the week breaking it down okay. We don't make this stuff up a lot of people said you're just doing roll. Tide and I think he he supported with the

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"haya" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"haya" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Talk about yourself if it was trying to prep our guest right before we start recording according and his directions were it's loose sits finds a conversation griffin's. Those are the no i think that's i think that's fair and i grew up in england. I brought that up immediately. We what i'm pretty sure. This is labor tennessee doesn't that you sure citing. This is one of the three basic entry points to the podcast and i've never heard this. I have a bad memory so i i can't. I don't have an excuse. I would've remembered interest sir. Please podcasts calling check with griffin david. This is the fastest we've got in. The intro out probably be three years right. Usually it takes. We're like the departed departed like there's forty minutes before the opening credits right right right even need these headphones. You know i'm not on my ears. I'm wearing hiring them for aesthetic reasons. You can do the barbra streisand <hes> you know. She's always like this could do. The one who phil collins does the mono in ma'am the <hes>. Do you know christmas important race and that's why i wear them because it makes me feel important and also hearing that it's like recording according relieves my anxiety about the show not getting lost right yeah thing that has never happened <hes> <hes> but but <hes> talking on like before introduce you that is an essential element of our show we have. We have to have because you didn't know but you pass the yeah. That's exactly what we want. <hes> okay wait. I was halfway through the introduction and i stopped myself to complement myself and how quickly i was doing the introduction and derail the introduction coping check. It's podcast cast botham agassi's directors who have massive success early on their career given a series of blank checks. Whatever crazy passion projects they want sometimes those chicks clear and sometimes they bounce baby on the film's haya miyazaki <hes> it's called howls moving pod castle that's right and so they were talking nosko valley. The wind is the second film and arguably is kind of the guarantor for his career. It's it's the one that writes the trick. I talk about that. There's usually the the film that gives them the hand him the checkbook. You know what i mean. There's like directors especially because it's not as true as it used to be but like directors who make some movie where hollywood's like okay clearly. I guess you know what you're doing. So what's the craziest thing you've ever wanted to do. What is that like. I love to know soon. I often male phenomenon. I wanna i wanna ask a bunch of our questions so proper introduction our guest today <hes> incredibly illogically the director of the farewell luang i want to ask you. Do you feel any sort of shift. Now you have this movie that is the only successful independent film twenty nineteen and only that one of the only movies to not underperformed at the a box of his relatives expectations and is so well reviewed. Do you feel like any sort of shift in terms of like increased opportunities opportunities that you have. Are you so much in the like the press hamster wheel that you don't even know yet no no. There's definitely been a shift yeah. I'm getting submitted a lot of different projects. I've set up <hes> another feature amazing. She's very exciting yeah and i also i i got to set that up only because because of the success of the farewell but did set it up with the same production company beach <hes> and it's a much bigger movie that requires probably probably some some amount of effects <hes> <hes> which which means higher budget but i also was able to negotiate final cut..

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'Do I Know You?' And Other Spam Phone Calls We Can't Get Rid Of

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:08 min | 2 years ago

'Do I Know You?' And Other Spam Phone Calls We Can't Get Rid Of

"All right. Cell phones. Have made our lives easier for sure. But lately, when you pick up the phone, you are likely to hear something like this message concerning your unsecured credit debt. These spam calls make up at least a quarter of all phone calls in the United States, but there is hope the FCC is set to vote today on rules clarifying that phone companies can step in to block these unwanted calls. NPR's Yuki Noguchi has that story by now. This is a familiar drill the phone rings. It's not a familiar number. Is it important or yet another spam? Call the problem of phone spam is so pervasive. It's creating related nuisances for people like to KOTA hill. He says he gets a hundred junk calls every month and also gets calls from people who think he's spamming them, they call saying do I know you or why did you wait me up? And that was definitely an angry one. In fact, he'll hadn't placed any of those calls. His number had been spoofed that is fraudsters used software. Trick? The caller ID system to make it appear as though calls were coming from hills phone. He explains this over and over to the people calling him and not. Every caller is understanding one woman, chastised him. She went on and on about how I was letting people use my phone and not controlling them. There is an irony here. The cellphone has become our everything our wallet photo archives, computer and music library. But it's also becoming less useful as a phone consumer reports found seventy percent of people, no longer answer calls, they don't recognize regulators and industry are combating John calls, but at least far having succeeded. In fact, the Federal Communications Commission, which regulates phone companies had its own spam problem, Patrick Weber, heads the agency's consumer bureau. We've seen recently scammers using our number spoofing, our number to try to convince consumers there from the in some Wigan, get money out of them. He says bam calls are the number one. Consumer complaint and the agency's top priority. The FCC is demanding all US phone. Carrier's install technology to verify calls and flag potential spam. The deadline is the end of this year. Jonathan Nelson is on the front lines of this battle Nelson, is director of product management at Haya a Seattle technology startup that's designing ways to block spam. He tracks phone calls across the US on giant computer monitors, this huge vast area of green, which is good. All the good calls. But then there's little red areas bounces along. You know, it's the scammers Nelson says, they devise clever new ways of bilking people. The latest being the one ring scam which emerged may third that day Nelson's monitors turned a flurry of read. It was explosion of calls. We never seen that level of all your before in this case, robocaller hang up after one ring hoping to trick the victim, and the calling back on an expensive international toll line likely to west Africa, scammers profit by. Taking a portion of the added fees. Many scams prey on fear of arrest or investigation by government agency targets include immigrants tax payers, debtors or retirees. Skims cost Americans an estimated ten billion dollars a year. They're success Nelson says is making people skeptical about answering calls. We're kind of seeing the death of the phone call. Most cell phone carriers recognize they need to step up. Chris -opay associate general counsel for Verizon wireless. He says this year, the companies investing more than ever in technologies to detect identify and trace jump calls. There's an arms race where they are looking to evolve to get around some of the protections, we haven't place. I would say that the carriers are not winning that arms race or I think that's true. The key here is to restore trust and voice calls doing. So waste says won't be easy because telephone networks are so interconnected. If another wireless carrier doesn't flag spam. Call Verizon's network might not recognize. It's a problem. That's just one way, he says spammers might still get through Yuki Noguchi NPR news. Washington.

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Japan (Very Carefully) Drops Plastic Explosives Onto An Asteroid

All Things Considered

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Japan (Very Carefully) Drops Plastic Explosives Onto An Asteroid

"Early this morning. Japan's space agency dropped a bomb on an asteroid NPR's. Steph Brumfield reports it was done in the name of science this scene in the control room here on earth with tents. So very few people are sitting down. They're all standing up. That's the webcast from Japan space agency. Scientists and engineers were communicating with the spacecraft known as Haya Busa to it's currently somewhere between earth and Mars studying small asteroid the team watched as it released a copper disc filled with plastic explosives towards the asteroid then quickly maneuvered to a safe position. Then the explosives fired sending the disk flying into the asteroid surface. And I saw some smiles and applause that once lawlessly is perfect herald Connolly juniors researcher Rohan university here in the US who collaborates on high Abboud to he says, the explosive projectile was basically. Designed to dig a hole the purpose of it is to move material from a leaper death up to the surface. So it's not an open active aggression against another planetary body. Absolutely is not asteroids. Like this one have been hanging around the solar system for billions of years each particular afterwards. So the precursors to what earth was made from and thought they could teach us a lot about the planet's past even perhaps the origins of life here after the dust settles high abusive to study the crater created by today's explosion, it may even land and take a sample. Eventually it will return samples to

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Japan Just Bombed an Asteroid in Our Solar System, For Science

Fresh Air

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Japan Just Bombed an Asteroid in Our Solar System, For Science

"Early this morning. Japan's space agency dropped a bomb on an asteroid and PR. Steph Brumfield reports it was done in the name of science this scene in the control room here on earth was tense. So very few people are sitting down. They're all standing up. That's the webcast from Japan space agency. Scientists and engineers were communicating with the spacecraft known as Haya Busa to it's currently somewhere between earth and Mars studying small asteroid the team watched as it released a copper disc filled with plastic explosives towards the asteroid then quickly maneuvered to a safe position. Then the explosives fired sending the disk flying into the asteroid surface. And I saw some smiles in applause that once lawlessly is perfect herald. Conley juniors researcher Rohan university here in the US who collaborates on high abusive to he says, the explosive projectile was basically. Designed to dig a hole. The purpose of it is to move material from deeper death up to the surface. So it's not an open act of aggression against another planetary body. Absolutely is not asteroids. Like this one have been hanging around the solar system for billions of years each particular storage. So the precursors to what earth was made from and thought they could teach us a lot about the planet's past even perhaps the origins of life here after the dust settles high abusive to will study the crater created by today's explosion, it may even land and take a sample. Eventually it will return

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"haya" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"haya" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Thirty six percent ten year jgb yield's meanwhile in negative territory falling three basis points to their lowest level since August twenty sixteen Australian paper recording the lowest on record now down half upset a one spots. Seventy three percent ten year boondoggles. Meanwhile, opening about fifteen minutes ago, currently flat eight basis points into negative territory will be keeping a close eye on that in the coming hours European equity futures, meanwhile Haya while US futures pointing though it follows a fairly negative trading session in Asia where Japanese says were leading declines sending the topics down one point seven percent at the close. The Shanghai com. Also closing down one percent. The Hang Seng, however still trading currently up two-tenths upset in Hong Kong in currencies. It's very much risk often that sending again higher by three tenths of a percent against the dollar this morning. Currently trading at one hundred ten spot to the dollar also bid cable. Meanwhile, flats after the UK parliament rejected eight possible options for new Brexit strategy, leaving the Brexit outlook fairly, muddy euro dollar. Meanwhile, rallying a bit on that news. Finding a quick check on commodities. Wti crude is down four tenths of a percent this morning trading above that fifty nine dollars a barrel. Mark meanwhile, haven moves sending gold slightly higher today's trading session trading at one thousand three hundred and eleven dollars an ounce. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Now, here's Leon gehri- with more on what's going on around the world. Thank you. Sandra migrants have hijacked Chicago ship that rescued them all Philippine coast forcing the crew to head towards multi. According to authorities motives military said the ship would not be allowed into its waters. Israeli Prime Minister Matteo Salvini described the hijackers as pirates this comes as the EU census ending navy patrols in the Mediterranean. German Chancellor Angela Merkel doesn't want to tell the nation. The good times might be over this comes as Germany is quietly preparing to fight a recession some politicians worry betas are unprepared for what is the heads. And finally about Celli painting has been discovered after experts is stripped off dirt and both in a century of yellow varnish, the work called Madonna of the pomegranate was initially thought to be fake. But the fifteenth century piece was confirmed as an original when it was cleaned up by conservationists from the English Heritage global news twenty four hours a day on and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and listen more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Leon guarantee. This is Bloomberg Yussef. Thank you very much. Have you been to New Zealand? I haven't been to New Zealand. To go. Yeah. Yeah. It's a very long flight. Oh, very low flight. Well, my next flight will be New Zealand to barley next. And then I promised New Zealand. What are you gonna do it Bali dive, scuba dive and the son combo? Fantastic place. I will pictures as well. We the beach. Let's get to. Let's get to our other story, of course, that we're following for you on a more serious note. Sweat Bank is holding their AGM today. It follows growing money laundering scandal that has engulfed several European banks banks being accused providing misleading information about suspected money laundering. And the lender is also facing a US investigation into payments to former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, it is an ongoing story, of course. And there's plenty to digest here. In terms of the locations for nuts to European trading day, but also confidence in the European banking system. And you look at some of the recent comments that we've had around the story, and it it's really cover. Shocker for quite a few participants in this in this particular field, so spread bag is going to be going about their ATM later on today. That will give us a bit of an the a little bit of a perspective on what could come from that. And whether they can raise the bar with that. So with that in mind, the mean, you got the expectation of key breakthroughs in the case or how that could really set the stage for structural reforms within the business going forward. We are trying to get through to our guest star called. She is now on the line. Let's go live to Stockholm with Bloomberg's Nordic managing editor this need broker is joining us to steam. What is the late where do we stand on this? Yeah. Good morning. So after the markets closed yesterday. A very bad day for swift Bank investors. Shares closed down twelve percent off the along sort of a seemingly endless stream of bad news. Then we had some more bad news. And that was one of the investigations that we thought was limited to potentially breaching. Insider information rules has now been expanded. And that means that SwedBank is in fact being investigated full potentially having committed fraud essentially having misled the markets the time period that looking at is between the end of October and sort of the twentieth February. So that that's now sort of needs to be priced into this morning as well. And that'll be comes on the on the day on which the Bank is going to have to face shareholders that the AGM in Stockholm still handle eleven o'clock. So how is the day likely to unfold I you pointed out some of the initial meetings. What else can be expect? So it all hinges on how obviously the shareholders respond to Elizabeth. We've had some indications from the biggest shareholders which pension funds. They tend to be a fairly sort of loyal group a fairly sort of tightly knit group. But even after yesterday that that they had they had a hard time sort of having to line. So so they've been more inclined to sort of make critical statements and just simply say that. They're just not sure how they're going to vote on the question of you can kind of see big upon us and continue. She made a statement last night in response to the to the the latest investigation saying that she intends to do everything she can to address the situation, which perhaps you get the indication that she intends to stay on. But at this stage, I think it's fair to say that that her role had job the CEO is very much up in the air and very briefly beyond today. And what is gonna happen for for the industry? More broadly. How this this set set seed? Yeah. I mean initially last year we thought it was Dansk. It was basically the Bank in Europe everybody had gone to. But, but but we've learned in the last few weeks, certainly it's become very clear that it's a much bigger group of banks, and obviously with sweat thank being the biggest Bank in the Baltic region. Lots of people wondered how many more there would be no right that we'd have to leave it there. Thank you very much for that that sets us feet broker. Bloomberg's Nordic managing editor is still to come on the show. We're going to talk about the biggest steal effort to be done in the Middle East between Saudi Aramco at Suffolk. This is Bloomberg. May not be stomach issues for me. It's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms, but can never figure it out. No matter what I did. They never went away. So I decided to break it down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms Twee discovered that execrated pancreatic insufficiency or EP I may be the reason for my.

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Japan is going to blast a crater in an asteroid for science

AP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Japan is going to blast a crater in an asteroid for science

"Another risky mission to a distant asteroid is being planned by Japan's space agency, the Hayabusa two space craft successfully touchdown on an asteroid last month to collect some surface fragments and the agency says it's now to drop an explosive on the asteroid on April fifth the Japan. Aerospace exploration agency says the goals to make a crater and collect samples from deeper underground to get possible clues to the origin of the solar system. The mission requires an immediate evacuation of the spacecraft to the other side of the asteroid. So it won't get hit by flying shards from the blast Haya booster to will leave a camera to capture the

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Japanese space probe lands on far-off asteroid to get samples

BBC World Service

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Japanese space probe lands on far-off asteroid to get samples

"The Japanese space agency says it has successfully landed a probe on an asteroid three hundred million kilometers from earth. Haya boozer to find its onboard gun into the surface of the diamond shaped, asteroid and connected. Samples thrown out by the impact it's hoped. The samples will reveal whether asteroids originally brought the water and organic matter needed for

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"haya" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"haya" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Hyatt. Haya two years in a row has won the award for being the best offensive linemen and the Atlantic coast conference, but the speed off the edge by oaken day, j just blew right by the big left topic, right Hugo from forty nine yards away. His up. Laugh. It is. No good. So he's had an extra point blocked this one from long distances long this year was forty nine and that came in week one of the season. So Notre Dame comes up big on defense. The sack was so crucial. And now it's six fifty remaining in the first half the Irish Avak chance to put supports on the board that got to generate some offense here trailing by just nine to three. I think that starts with the books saddling down at the quarterback position. We talked about how this game was going to be on his shoulders. The control this front four by making some throws on early downs being accurate, but he's been shaky Bill. This has not been his best game the season Birlik. They're going to run a fake reverse quarterback passbook looking to throw nobody open. Now, he's gonna sing it away in conflict. Clemson's defense did not buy into that chicanery there and held their ground in the secondary. And book could not find anybody opens second down and ten not one but two laterals dick create some deception hand off to the back white out. They give it right back to you and book he's rolling to his right? And guess he starts flashing late. Trying to track down for behind that was pink news gonna get some snaps tonight as well. With Lawrence out. There's a ball down the far left sideline byles boykin halls it in the foot inbounds Trayvon Mullin. Was that era's Clemson tiger? That's a twenty three yard hook up and a first down for day. We'll these are the balls are going to have to hit to the big wide receivers mall and their step for step. Very tough tougher these wideouts. You get separation but a perfect back shoulder throw. Then a nice catch Williams are the handoff going nowhere. That was full coveted there. He comes up. Yup. His sideline. He's still yelling at epi made that play the Bill they're going to have to have a number of those completions arrested the way it's not a high completion rate tight throw, especially when you're working against Molin, Terrell delta corners for Clemson. But you've gotta take those shots in Notre Dame has to count on hitting them running game has not that much books. Coming on second down toss over all on drop. Is it a cat shores MAC? What's the catch dropped it? From looked at fell on it a yard shy of the first hour. It's going to get up quickly and go here. For the Clemson coaching staff could take a few looks like that is a catch Bill. He caught the ball. And then we'll to his left to get it up feel two or three yards released. He's planning on taking a two or three yards to move the chains. And he gets hit a media puts it on the ground. Mac did a nice job of covering it. Getting a look at the replay again run-up caught it both feet down. Turn tried to make a move on the ball came out so size as Simmons. He is one of the big time young players defensively in college football right now, they say his upside is tremendous missed a great athlete in terms of this. Speed range. Long arms and those l'armee long on came in handy. Their converged on MAC is able to strip the football. It's Tigers weren't quick enough to cover it. So am I are referenced Austin with the headset on again Notre Dame has not been very fortunate in the two reviews we've had in this football game. And both were turnovers. One ruled a fumble by Ian book recovered by clumps of another one clemson's kickoff return that was fumbled. We thought that was kind of a questionable was it indisputable evidence. The officials said it was a fumble is go down here. I think this is a catch. It's a fumble recovered by the same guy that fumbled it going to be no-name ball. Incomplete. Five yard line. A game block the five fifty seven. Oh, three Notre Dame on replay reviews of this game. Wow. Brian Kelly can't believe it. He said, hey, he moved with the football. He caught it. He turned to no avail. Notre Dame up to upstairs in the booth on pounding on the replay door running away. So instead of third one it's third and ten from the forty five yard line five forty seven to go on the app. It's a running play to Williams Klux about they're all over nowhere to go tackled for a loss. Boston Bryant, another one of the stugz. They have that front line. They actually lose yards back to the forty eight yard line. It's going to be fourth-down promising drive fairly abruptly for the fighting Irish and Bill. Notre dame. Not getting a lot of help from the review doodle. The first one I get the last two I don't understand. But if you're a Clemson fan, you're pretty happy with the way things are going on right now. Nine three Tigers Lee five oh nine ago the half. Once again, a Notre Dame. Punt. Newsom from left to right. Got all this one again, high floater. And a fair catch. Call for me by Mari Rogers, punt traveled thirty seven yards. So here comes sunshine and company Trevor Lawrence..

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"haya" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"haya" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Sound our best. John thanks for being with us in Reno Nevada. Haya john. Thank you. Appreciate you taking my call, sir. We guard to Michael Flynn. He only lasted twenty four days -solutely came and testified that he has lied to the FBI and the lie was daddy ad met with the Russians and he had met with that. So Jay Kislyak the back over thirty times. Sanctions we spoke with him about sanctions and said go responding to Obama sanctions. And then he'd lied and said he talked about it. But the Russians knew he lied. So they had leverage over him. Exactly he had been compromised by the Russians in addition to that he organized or was about to organize a social black operation to kidnap this. Turkish Clark by the name of Golan tried to overthrow early one or two one says so Erta want says the toll the Golan says, I didn't try and overthrow anybody. Right. Flins involvement was that he accepted five hundred thousand dollars from the Turkish government to try to blame cleric back to Turkey for trial. I'm recalling Michael Flynn a hero. I mean, this guy is thirty as anybody else connected with Trump guy started right from the start being crooked. I call one question, John. I gotta jump in because one question. Rachel motto keeps asking I think she's got a great question is why are all these people lying about their contact with the Russians especially during the transition? We did they didn't have to lie. They could've told the truth Jonah, let let let me hold you over please. I know you've got an issue, and I've got time for you..

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The EU Has Problems

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:48 min | 2 years ago

The EU Has Problems

"Let's look at Germany now because this new day's coming out this morning. So yes, ten o'clock German time, which is a little bit over an hour. We will have data from that. Which is a business lobby group. In Germany is measuring confidence among German businesses are predicting however, the Delpierre straight month of declines in that particular measure, which destroys the tension of the economy. A lot of the world that we saw in the US and other places to quite strong. But you're is still a bit of adult to be. Boys. This important trade is a really. Watching this number closely. The German economy is the biggest economy new. You as a lot of problems at the moment is of Asli. Brexit, and the other issue is telling government is a loggerheads with the budget two government in its really wants to increase its budget deficit deficit and the European Union is really not pleased with this whole concept. This is also coming today as the European central president. Mario Draghi is going to be fun. Members of the European parliament the next ECB decision is on thirteen December. So trade is really going to be watching. Mario Draghi's testimony today for any hint. Hint to wet all of these tensions in the might. Dissolve the resolved in. Having back economic stimulus fun. Look at something which is really very controversial. Because this is not a currency unit. That's recognized everywhere. Haya has become the first state to allow businesses to pay tuxes with bitcoin. Toting to report in the Wall Street Journal this week. Hieaux will allow businesses individuals as businesses to pay any taxes out to the state in bitcoin. My suspicion is this is a bed of a publicity stunt for my height to make it look like it's annoys text forward location than. Anonymous mid midwest site. Yes, really fascinated. As you said not individuals. They they register online, and then they pay whatever they want in. It seems extrordinary. Yeah. Businesses that have honing in in bitcoin in order to pay taxes. They want quite safe far because the price of bitcoin is down by motor Hoffman from this time last year. I guess the important thing is that the state of will. Journal not converting this. Will not be keeping these sites in bitcoin. It will immediately be converted into get out US dollars, keeping those type on that what you will about its face in in bitcoin is a whole and you thank you very much. Indeed.

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"haya" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"haya" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"He's China, you know, use some kind of telepathy Suheil th man what is going on, and he gets back a series of like feelings and pitches, and he's mind none of which made anything the this comes from some kind of Haya Daiva of the land and it some form of sustenance for all these elemental beings that live in nature, and he watches has this thing comes down and eventually kind of in village the landscape. Any watches us is Elvis. Really loving it like he's getting a nice Honey bath and then vanish above then distinct vanishes. He realizes with all the interactions with these entities because he's again to other books about the stuff. This was sustenance from some higher realm that these entities would then use to sustain them sustain, not only themselves, but the the wider ecosystem of these subtle rooms. What an interesting way of putting it never really considered before I've considered the possibility of the actually being elemental, but you think about the mundane I guess, dynamic. She don't think, well, what are they ate and what do they live and how do they shelter? You just think that it happens, but what do you think about the way that the universe works? The has to input output. We'll talking about this a couple of shows ago world's making the point that this idea that behind the physical world is a not a reproduction, but there's a system behind in a metaphysical world. And this is what he's trying to explain with some of these examples in his l. e. chapters that the ako system of what he calls the subtle realms drives the Kazan is directly connected to the physical coastal of the natural physical world. So that then makes one think that if there's a disruption to the non-physical world, does that somehow have ramifications for the physical world, precisely. It's exactly the case and Vaas was they're all intricately connected. It's like a layer of an ecosystem that we can't perceive as human beings. But according to him, it's absolutely there. So like loss week, he then starts to break down the categories of these beings. I went spend too much time on this. He talks about autism forces these by Szekely entities that involved in the evolution and creation of beings in the physical realms. So what's an example? He talks about how they create the blueprints, the archetypal models. So an autistic force, for example, might create the the blueprint for tree and then all the falses create the multiple, what's the evolutionary variances? Aw. So he goes into all that stuff so that create the base and then it gets mortified and evolves yet it's all caught complicated beyond the scope of the segment. He talks about elemental which which took about because that's kind of from west Turk tradition as well, because you have the basic elements of f. aren't water, and there was an understanding that these elements would considered the living building blocks of life. But obviously now we don't look at those as building blocks of life. We discovered them as some kind of projection from ancient cultures, correct or real. Now we look at obviously molecules atoms and protons in the stuff that makes physical matter. But he says, while elemental 's plano role in the theories of on physics, they play a key role in the life of the subtle realms. They exist as PA, the subtle environment that surrounds us..

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"haya" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"haya" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Within the foraging landscape. B.'s don't get them addicted. And then finally, we've talked a lot of the many years of about Japan's Haya Busa mission to asteroid e to Kaawa was the first asteroid sample return mission. It ended in the demise of Haya Bouza Haya Busa crashed and burned, but the heat heat shield, Steed intact when it landed, and they did actually bring back some dust grains from the surface of asteroid Takao and these phosphates dust grains have been analyzed by researchers in the researchers. Now, finally published in scientific reports pinning down the origins of asteroid ITO Coa they say that this little pile of dusty rubble, which is really not a rock so much as. A bunch of little pieces of rock stuck together through attractive forces. It formed about four point, six billion years ago around the start of the solar system. But about one point, five billion years ago. Apparently it had a car crash with another asteroid, and it Akhara was nearly obliterated, but the remains are what we see today, and the collision is probably what kicked it kicked it into the trajectory that kind of put it on its path to become captured by earth's gravitational forces and to become one of earth's near earth asteroid objects to be studied. So there is a question about this. Maybe our might run into earth in about a million years. So we wanna study these near earth objects and find out what we're looking at. But Itokawa it came from somewhere in the beginnings of our solar system. Yeah, yeah. So, oh, and also one of the interesting things is because of the type of asteroid it is it. It's an diff- from where it is. It's an different kind of asteroid family. And so, yeah, there's some information about it being the asteroid family at coming. It actually originating from being different than what you would expect probably because of this collision that had had so on asteroid is out in space and meteorite hits earth, right? That's the main difference. Yes. So an asteroid can become a meteor yet meteorite. Yes. So this is an asteroid on earth which is kind of an oxymoron. It's little parts of the asteroid on earth that's ran. Never went through that whole meteor phase. My goodness. That's pretty cool. This kind of cool and Japan has launched Haya boosted to and they are planning a second asteroid return mission to asteroid Rubio real goo-. It's going to spend a year and a half surveying the half a mile wide asteroid and bringing back some bits and pieces of it. So we can find out more stuff about these near earth objects. Cool stuff happening. Science never sleeps. It is not cemented. I know this is the most unscientific thing. You could say, dude for real. That's gonna be your quote. He could say, well, it's not a dotted line anymore. We've got some solid solid evidence. Yeah, that'd be fine. Could be fine. It could be. So are we at the end of our show, we did it did it. We did it. You guys, we made it to the end of another show and it's time for all of the thank yous. Thank you all for watching us. Thank you. To Fatah for helping out in the chat room gaurd for helping out in the chat room Fata for helping out on our social media and for helping with show notes every week identity for for recording the show. And I would like to say thank you to all of our patriots sponsors. Thank you, Richard Onuma, Siebert and Lattimore. Paul Disney, John rattener Swami Craig, Landon, Tony, steel, Alex Wilson, Steve devel-, Andy grow, Joshua fury. Charlene, Henry Harrison prouder, Ken Hayes and at dire Mark Rosaras Jack, Matthew Lewin's, Jason Roberts Bill k. Bob called her time jumper, three one, nine, Kyle, Washington, Eric, nap, Richard Bryan, Condron Aiden, Jeff, Richard porter, Jacqueline Boisture noodles Kevin Reardon David neighbor. Kristoff Zouk ner x. Noah's Zemke. Jim Seabright as Sheesh pants Ulysses Adkins. Sarah Chavis Archie. I'm Rick.

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"haya" Discussed on The Animated Journey: Interviews with Animation Professionals

The Animated Journey: Interviews with Animation Professionals

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"haya" Discussed on The Animated Journey: Interviews with Animation Professionals

"They just just wasn't up to gang wasn't a thing of where they just not focused on hiring women like were they not reaching out to women or I think I think at the time probably just not as much girl doing enemy not as much as today. I think potty also you've is a girl king on as animated attended also different type of show a different type of Taito for wargames. Those definite boys titles. So they tend to more oriented to Haya and probably girls, I less attractive to walk on say a macho walk games tied hall. So that probably different factor. Two fokker. Yeah. I've often wondered about that. If it's because I know it's I know it's not just women just are interested because there are women that are interested. But also recognize that there just might not be as many conversely with two there might not be. Many men interested in certain things either. Right. So I just wonder like how much of it is interest. How much of it is society? Tell you you shouldn't be interested. And then just how much is it. Just not reaching out to everyone saying, hey, if you want to work on this higher you. Yeah. I think he's probably a live of fat. I I won't even dining emission school. The population of melon female is also a live mall mouse student than females. I think he's just also time does a live at mall guys, animation dying girls. But now, it's almost batons is pretty equal and certain job type that you have all girls boy. But I think it's just that time is for transition is dumb wall girls coming in. But still not quite as much as what we have now. Okay. Yeah. Interesting. So then how did you transition from working at EA your own World War Two games? Throwing trash with the best of them carrying rifle. To.

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"haya" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"haya" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"That was killing me the vacuum because I, I knew the thread went viral. So I just went to it to make sure I was giving credit. 'cause I was planning on doing this one. And then I think like Wednesday, someone just started tweeting about it. I was like, God, damn, it lays stepping on my stepmom. My juice here and I when I was reading their thread just to see if there were any tidbits in there that I was missing from from other sources. I saw that they replied, I was like, wait a minute. Yeah. You might want to sleep on the floor for a couple of days they might. They might send the goons your window to get you a battle here. Well, I have Leesa mattress because companyman and they make a superior product. So it was never after I'm saying, but still you don't. You don't wanna get big mattresses. Pockets also might need a part time job at mattress firm. It's out like I'm telling you, you do nothing, but yet it's a. Like it's a mattress. The softens over there, the hard ones over there. Let me Let up. me in anything else. Does one by me in queens and I went to it because we needed like new bedding and I was like, yeah, the mattress store should have that. They are fucking don't. We. The same bedding firm buddy, right. But you'd think pillow firm. Well, they got the tempurpedic pillows which are getting great delay on when you're high shit. I also not Haya shoot the pill. Bagel. Yeah. But. You'd think like, I think that they intentionally don't have betting to keep the foot traffic down. They don't want people in their lingering. No, no, it's have you sound like that type of stuff? Sheets pillows? Oh, yeah. You'd be way more foot traffic? Yeah. How's the people walk in? And Bob lots of pillows, maybe that's the pillow firm belief this morning. You've nowhere to start..

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"haya" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"haya" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Thousand nine one chris in albuquerque haya chris crispy norm what what how you doing i'm okay what's on your mind hey shantytown i'm in los angeles okay what kind of recourse do i don't i really don't understand how mcconnell able to stall out the the appointment of of miracle orland i don't allow me dance your question allow me to answer your question with a question which will answer the question who's gonna force them to do it question is your question is how can mitch mcconnell hold up a supreme court nomination from president obama and my question back which answers the question is who's going to make him the answer is nobody because the chris chris allow me did you just presented a wonderful teachable moment and please understand i'm just using it as a diving board to allow me to use you as a diamond diving board i think i think that a lot of the people who refused to support hillary and vote for hillary in november twenty sixteen did so because they did that they didn't see the connection between a vote and the various consequences that come from the vote and i think it's because they don't understand how our system works i'm trying to be charitable i'm not saying it's everybody there were a portion of people said oh i know exactly how awful donald trump's gonna be and i want that to happen i wanna inflict pain on people because i want them to come back to they'll they'll figure out how awful the republicans are me for those people okay great i don't want to hear any complaints about how bad things are that's what you wanted but i think there's a group of people a separate group of people they think each action is an independent discrete non connected to anything else action and they can simply vote a out of protest or rage or shortterm anger and not realize what that entails what the implications of that are so we our system does not have a king there is no third party referee there's no judge that has the power to compel people to obey what they're supposed to do our system was set up in such a way that each of the three branches of government executive headed by the president legislative split into two house and senate but that's legislative branch and then the courts which is the judicial branch is your three branches executive legislative judicial and each one of them has been given vast amounts of discretion and that's where we come in because we need to understand that the presidency as an institution holds tremendous power and that power comes from discretion the ability to do certain things and not do other things and if you think i'm kidding look at the contrast between obama and trump and you'll see how they have lots of discretion to do all kinds of things obama used his discretion to do dacca trump used his discretion babies out of their mother's arms same presidency same laws same everything that's the kind of wide latitude that's invested in these institutions congress the two houses it says right in the constitution they make up their own rules and so the senate made up a filibuster rule and there ain't no third party to say you can't do that the courts have their own jurisdiction to and and they're very jealous of and they say congress you stay away from us presidency you stay away from us and we'll try and respect you the idea is we are in a representative system we delegate great power and great discretion over that power to the various people we choose to represent us these are extraordinarily consequential decisions especially with regard to the courts because the supreme court all the federal judges beneath the supreme court are there for life and you can't reduce their pay you can only impeach him if you want to get rid of them just like with the president and good luck getting getting two thirds of the senate to do that and.

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"haya" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"haya" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So that's my basically why i started egg freezing parties is it's simply a fertility health awareness campaign so that i can see less patients so i can freeze us sex so i can do less ivf it's as simple as that there's also of course the issue of paying for the procedure angry cooked productions tweeted my wife has staged for endometriosis and this conversation has had me in tears the entire time unfortunately we are among those that can't afford for freezing it's heartbreaking and women's health is terribly underfunded there were also recently to cases in which thousands of eggs were put at risk here's an ohio family talking about the loss of their embryos it has been a roller coaster of emotions for amber and elliott ash of bay village we had two embryos that were stored at university hospitals evasion medical center and those two embryos unfortunately we were were told yesterday by two of the physicians that they were not deemed a viable those embryos two of the more than two thousand that may have been damaged after restoring disaster earlier this month university hospitals explained the temperature of the tissue storage bank were eggs and embryos are housed in liquid nitrogen fluctuated unexpectedly there is nothing worse than being told that these embers you worked so hard to create invested so much of your time and your physical self in your motion south and of course the financial piece they're gone they're gone instant part of a news report about no haya couple who lost their eggs marcy i wonder as we're winding down briefly what you think about the regulation of this industry are there more questions that need to be asked yes i think there are because these procedures are very underregulated they take place in doctor's offices and it's very unusual for doctors to criticize each other's work at very unusual for the trade association or professional association that the fertility industry has to intervene in any way to improve practices and so i think anyone can hang out a shingle and anyone can market these practices in language that they want to that's why people think it's an insurance policy when it's not that's why i think people underestimate the risks and overestimate the possibility of success and.

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"haya" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"haya" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Ever do you this is one thing that is actually not not not awful ties these tim tam's tim tam's fun equivocally feis for those of you can't see his face distorting in pain no i'm i am lucy a team to wash it down tim tam tam's the most delicious there is no substitute of shift tim tam's they all right chocolate on it's nothing gets rob sponsored by tim tam there's no substitute the irresistible real chocolate snack of nick haya danza so yeah so that's the end of my bag of tricks so your kids go ahead your wife gets a bowl and you get tasting vegemite spread but you liked the veggie by a love it i love it what is it like in a choir is like caviar i guess maybe you have to be strategy into lock it i'm gonna leave you the and you can tackle it on your own maybe maybe put too much this is the first time in eight years eaten on robs a podcast god breaking breaking ground this is a first so yeah so you look i will say and all the shrines out listening i put too much on the that much you posted just a lot spring clean just gives a nas zing in the morning so rob this is yours for you and your wife and children on the memory wall and then throw in the bin promptly all right nick what's what's next for you okay so what's next to me so traveling around north america we are going to be going to chicago we are going to.

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"haya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"haya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And in the third condition we told them it's just a computer had follows of him sequins and why met sequence stops in it's just determined by the computer program and its random there's no intention behind yet and we thought well in both cases there's nothing you can do about the pain it's the difference is just that in one case it's the person so it it that's an intention behind it potentially and and there and the third condition though was and in fact there was no other person so they got exactly the same amount of stimuli in both involving understands it'll the condition executive this dimension was the same by the pain at the exit the perceive paint was to friend was haya when people thought there was another person behind that so that is poverty very much very closely related to what amend none told you about if there is something driving it if they're reason attention behind it we do assume that well all the brain assumes that its fumble critical because it could potentially be lethal so all the mechanisms the brain engage just none of eight a friend and i think we need to understand that in cases where there is assumed at liked it as a real harm is caused by somebody else on assumed tom mice caused by somebody else that doesn't matter it doesn't make it if mr the vein but we need to understand what this fascinating study that catch it did tells us is that when you're out of control from your pain and you're not able to stop it and somebody else is controlling how much pain you have it automatically put you in a situation which feels more frightening more dangerous and these dr brain regions that excessive the experience making it much worse and that the area that the listener might not have thought of as the dark side of pain is in scituate since on death row where lethal injections are given to kill a prisoner he's been accused of often a horrific crime and of course historically if we go back to the days of been hung drawn and quartered or people sitting and being zapped in the electric chair we almost as the size accepted that that form of execution or torture was acceptable punishment now we've moved to a position where we think and we hope that the lethal injection is more humane it's painless but that.

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"haya" Discussed on The New Media Show (Audio)

The New Media Show (Audio)

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"haya" Discussed on The New Media Show (Audio)

"On the twenty six we gave away more kucic panels on the twenty fifth we gave away haya pure forty on the twenty fourth we gave away a mackey mixer on the twenty third we gave away a set of audie technic headphones on the twenty second we gave away a scarlet to channel microphone interface so yeah yeah so there's been some good stuff there on the twentieth we gave away another zoom so i'm looking for today's post i wonder if it's not up yet you have a chance those auto post but i thought it was it was supposed to be i have to go look but anyway that was you know lots of lots of cool prizes anyway it's over if you're listening to this later it's too late so todd we're going to be off with the show the next two weeks yeah okay well actually here's the deal i don't fly back until he bring up january's calendar here i come back in the fourteenth so i'm definitely out the six in thirteenth for show back beyond the twentieth yeah that's getting getting close to podcast and i will not going vest mike del and mackenzie from our team will be going down my daughter's getting married or we're having a big celebration in february she's already gotten married but we're having a big celebration in february in tampa so i'll be going to that and but you're still going to be in florida.

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"haya" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"haya" Discussed on KGO 810

"The code to the insurance agency and that manual the most recent wanted 2013 said no we can find no evidence of this has been addiction no are they they're not under the auspices like the aama for example as the ama recognize a cow gaullism and drug addiction is similar but that the ap a american psychiatric association so they publish this manual they do all the research on it they have the committee's that go on for years so that's those are the that's the group haya trust who do to manual bath where they are all right so do you know whether or not there is is said standard i in other words you know kelly look at this is say is in i'm talking about just all addictions as whether or not the qualify as a disease is there like emmanuel where it's like okay if thought yes is the abcd an e our president and therefore this is disease if if not the nerve the than it is it is or is there some kind of a standard like that that they have in order to determine what is a disease not what they do they do that in a manual for many diseases what they're finding is this one very complicated and they can't quite figure out where it falls to what they think is look it's two it's it's very complicated kick could you just be behaving badly yes you could but if you have compulsive something that the therapist will call compulsive sexuality hyper sexuality if it's out of control and the key is if it's harming your life and harming others and you do have a problem and the the the question then is aware that problem is and they think that it can be lots of theirs it can polander lots of different disorders really you could be depressed you could be aim shows you could have obsessive compulsive disorder childhood trauma you could just have trouble in your relationships it goes on and on.

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"haya" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"haya" Discussed on KGO 810

"In in dumb and selfdefeating ways we're my opinion yeah we're very much just a slave to our animal laters very much mostly desert waning air only impressive compared to animal animals who are really slaves to their animal nature but you're driving the cool fancy car and you think decision by a by a wise you know a human being and he just doing what animals to gear trying to be attractive to you know as many options as possible as a mate right or impressive to your fellow male or female so that you will be the chief of the tribe right or what have you yes it's all vanamo but the sexiest woman alive is you namely quite young in our 20s haya now occasionally they'll tip a capela i don't know got michelle pfeiffer something like that in a very aniston's forty nine right exactly and everybody will feel all lightened about it all about reproduction uh uh you got a yang health the woman extremely important you've got a mature not so quick to anger not so quick to run off and find the different may male of the species gonna direly seeking at his money well that well so that it just makes sense that's why people magazine sexiest man alive is usually more mature as impetuous young man because you know women they're sexy and then there's attractive there is yeah okay a role in the hague with him to be pretty great and then there's i want to have his baby those are two different kinds of sexy shearson seasonally explainable cheer cements can you kill a volume on extra sheer seeing a fifty six year old by harrison ford sections man alive in 1998 he could get together with kate up and it was like twenty two at the time that she came on the scene they could have children together fifty six is pushing it in my opinion but now he i galliiano fair i picked the oldest one on a list but like somewhere in canada than in the middle johnny depp was sexy smell alive when he was forty i would ladies i wouldn't very johnny depp it's none of my business hugh jackman.

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"haya" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"haya" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Acting especially for someone like you who does a lot of writing specifically online pen so i am alluded to this one earlier and i still keep it on my phone and although nomo robo has been my preferred choice for blocking robocalls i still keep haya on my phone um that each i ya so high out was the app that i was using before to block robocalls they do have a free model which i know is appealing to people the downside to high of uh is that they do require you to upload your phone book to them so take that with a grain of salt and they're not using it for any nefarious purposes but once you upload your phone book to them you you can't get it back the the reason that i still keep haya on my phone is because what it has in addition to that know more about dozen have is it has a fairly good call identification feature so if you get a call from somebody in your curious what that is you can put the number of copying the number and the high am and it will pull up from its database and you'll get reports from other users as to who this was who actually called you so for example um i don't know why but apple seems to be randomly calling customers to confirm orders and i don't remember what i ordered from the apple store but it was a it was a pretty benign order it wasn't anything super expensive um you know i ordered something from the apple store the other day and like a day later i got a call from i think it was an austin texas number was not identified as apple it was not the one eight hundred.

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