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"high salon" Discussed on UN News
"The one unifying factor bringing all of these parties together is that as a result of their actions. The people in the ordinary civilians men and women children in yemen are being ravaged. Sexual violence for instances is continuing a major concern that we have food insecurity. We've made it clear that given the knowledge of the parties that you know. The people of yemen are suffering from acute food insecurity and are on the brink of feminine. We take the view that they are displaying through their actions. Reckless disregard for the people of yemen. In this regard. You really have you to the ground although you don't necessarily have access to the country has the conflict evolved in any positive way whatsoever or is it really unremittingly awful for those on the ground. Is there any glimmer of hope for them. Look there are lips. There have been blips of hope. If you like the little pockets moments. The stockholm agreement was one. Riyadh agreement was another but as it stands today politically things have come to a stalemate between the parties and the war continues and picks up pace so while i would like to leave your listeners with a sense that there are possibilities to there's a there's light at the end of the tunnel as it stands. It is a rather dismal situation Today and it is our job to bring their story to the world. so i'm grateful on behalf of the group to have been given this opportunity. Thanks to talk to audience as full taking time to tell us about the plight of yemen's people and the apparent lack of international will to stop the supply of arms to the country. That's fueling this catastrophic war and the world's worst humanitarian crisis. Now it's time for some closing thoughts from our regular guest salons cortez high salon. I know you've been particularly moved by the plight of yemen's women and girls. It's a terrible story. Simone dubov works famous phrase. One is not born a woman when becomes one has no meaning in places like yemen where women's bodies are used as a weapon of war. Dr are the incest said something. That sounds so strong. Yemen is one of the worst places in the world to be a woman and yet reality is even more violent not only rape but starvation are the weapons of choice what happened. Where are the fantastic stories. Imagine it centralism go about southern arabia in one thousand nine hundred ninety four. The french writer and ramal went to yemen looking for a woman over three thousand years. Old mel who dreamed of finding the legendary and mysterious queen of sheba. He failed or not today. Yemenis in a bid by the new queen of sheba. They really aren't legendary. They are flesh and blood. They work barefoot without a compass. The new queen of sheba are refugees. They are fleeing war hunger and violence or as melo would say that three faces of dead. They do not come covered in gold. They do not smell of perfume or bring incense. There's swallow pain. They are broken are the in says told us that yemen is the country abandoned it to a krill fate in which the belligerents are enable or unwilling to exercise. The political will necessary to end the conflict. In the meantime the work of rights experts. Like dr incense who report to the human rights council in geneva goes on there can be no peace without justice and accountability. He said if you close your eyes you may see the new quince of sheba begging in an abandoned it country they have not been forgotten. No they haven't and this is a regular feature of our coverage these conflicts. Which as we know are terrible humanitarian crises and deserve the international spotlight and indeed they get it at the human rights council and beyond. That's what we have time for my thanks to katie dartford for health. Again this week if you want more headlines and stories. Please check out your news. Also some fantastic audio interviews and podcasts. In addition to hours. Thank you salons for being with us again remotely this week. Thank you listeners. Also for taking an interest in the united nations will be back next week. Bye bye for now. Gaseous daniel chow.
Paul Kengor Suggests We Reached Immunity Between Vaccinated and Naturally Immune People
"He writes the following So, according to the CDC itself. An estimated 120 million Americans have been infected with Covid. Then there are another 200 million plus have been vaccinated. Many of those infected were pressured into getting vaccinated anyway. Still add up those numbers, and there's surely close to 300 million Americans with natural immunity, artificial immunity. Out of 330 million In many of the 330 million are Children, babies. So the natural immunity question is crucial. And yet the feds aren't even discussing it. Well, this is my point. As well. When you throw around the unvaccinated Joe Biden is assuming that people out there will be as stupid as he is and say, Hey, yeah, he's 80 million. Unvaccinated. Say, Wait a minute. Whatever. I've got immunity and but you're not vaccinated. Don't like that. I am vaccinated. But that has nothing to do with anything. I wonder if Salon what was that puts his name Zachary something rather Mr Producer. Pitzer rally. Pizzarelli, pepperoni. What was his name? Anyways, a little. He's a mental midget. Zachary over there. It's salon, speaking of left wing cook sites. I wonder if Zachary is going to write articles. About this. What it means to be unvaccinated, and that Joe Biden first was opposed to the Trump vaccinations. Now he can't get enough of them. Or Kamala Harris. Same thing. He'd rather write about. The poor souls who've been in talk radio who passed away. This is how sick these bastards are.
When You Abort a Baby, You Kill a Baby
"With the pro abortion crowd is their irrational. They're irrational. If somebody shoots a pregnant woman kills the woman and kills the baby. They're charged with two counts of murder. Should they be charged One count of murder. They say, Follow the science. I hope the falls, it's salon and the fools at Vanity Fair paying attention Follow the science. We have more and more scientific knowledge and expertise when it comes to pregnancies. And the ability to save babies earlier and earlier. Is that a baby? Or is it not? And What makes it a choice and not a baby. They have to change the subject. They have to change the argument. What everyone's position is. You have to admit when you're Boarding a baby. You're killing a baby. That's what you're doing. It's a human being. So they just blow it off as a choice. It's not just a choice. It's not just a choice, and it's not really People like me, are you It's really shouldn't just be one person's decision. I understand it's one person's body. That it's it's a lot more complicated than that. Because there's nobody representing the baby. But this is part
Is This the Beginning of the U.S. Decline With Biden as President?
"I never thought I'd see the day. When the the European Union effectively Was more concerned about this than we are. Don't mean you and me. You know what I mean? It really is incredible. And so the question I put on the table right now is Is this the beginning? Of America's decline, not because of anything you've done. That's not my point. Is this the beginning of America's decline? And the rise of the communist Chinese. We've talked about it. They seem to have been poised. But now has fate lined up in a way. And that we are presented with exactly the wrong president. Exactly the wrong Congress. Exactly the wrong military. National security leaders. Exactly the wrong time in history. What will the books say? 100 years from now? What will they say of us? That this was the time and this was the place. It could well be It could well be They've devoured So much of our culture they trashes from within. They undermine us from men. You know, guys like Tom Nichols. And organs like salon. I'll get to them next week, but you get the point.
Lorde: Solar Power Album Review
"Power is lord's third album the first pure heroin. That's heroin with e. Put it on the map with an assist from a breakthrough. Single royals the second album. Melodrama came out in two thousand seventeen was hugely. well received. It's a break-up record full of melancholy pot-bangers and now solar power has her back with a more subdued sound both the title track and the single stoned at the nail salon position lord as a worldly and weary twenty four year old. Who seen it all found a bit of peace with their life and begun to wonder what's next once again. She's working with producer. Jack antonoff who works on absolutely everything these days. But lord is the one taking center stage throughout this record latisha. I'm going to start with you. What do you think a solar power. Okay so i am still sitting solar power as i always. Do you know melodrama. I did get along. We first met But your main submission in here. We are what strikes me about. This new record is lawrence attempt to reconcile the healing properties of nature. You know the wonders of the external world with the inner inherent anxiety being a young adult Infamy of the media life. When you're pop superstar i liked that there. Are these lush silky soundscape. S- you know has more organic instrumentation than her previous records contrasted with you know for boating introspective lyrics. Like when i'm listening. I imagine horri- center forest collecting mama's speaking iraq's casting spells her stephanie. Like songstress You get lost in a backout of these. Launch shifting is right. Move for outlets by nature you know. We hear field combination of every whisper. Cord note All at once like on a hiking
Salon's Best Attack on 'American Marxism' Is a Minor Correction?
"Is a putrid little comrade over something called Salon salons been around a while It's been funded by radical leftists. I would argue. It's part of the whole American Marxist movement. That's just my opinion. And he was enquiring. Why did Mark Levin used the word Franklin score rather than Rather than the What is it? Further school. Said. What Rather than the Frankfurt school. Have talked about Herbert Marcos many times. And in the book, I called it. He came from the Franklin School. It's the Frankfurt school. I think once or try some TV I referenced as the Franklin scope. Don't know why it stuck in my head. Ben Franklin Franklin. Whatever it was So several weeks ago, I mentioned the publisher We need to correct that The book is 85,000 or so works long. There's endnotes to the writings of Herbert Marcus. In the books. It's mentions that he was with The Frankfurt school. So this guy says, I've committed an act of fraud, Mr Producer Here's the thing I'll deal with him later. That's the best they can do. That's the best attack you can launch. It's not an attack at all. In fact, it's the opposite. In a strange way. It's a pat on the back. We looked and we looked. Trust me. We're at Salon. Comey Bastards. Yeah, yeah, where it So we're looking and we're looking and we're lucky wave. He said Franklin, not Frankfurt. Franklin, not Frankfurt.
Let's Talk Tomatoes!
"This week. We're going to talk about tomatoes. That'd be nice. Yeah so tomatoes. Are they a fruit. Or are they a vegetable and are they healthy or are they not good questions. Yeah these are all good questions questions. That i get often. So we'll start with the easy one. Are they a fruit or are they a vegetable so Botanically speaking they are a fruit. Oh so they. Although you know they don't have the types of naturally occurring sugars that some of the sweeter fruits have so we tend to typically use them in our american diet as a vegetable so they tend to go better with the more savory types of Other vegetables knows. I can salads or even using a sauces and things rather than like you know. You're not gonna see somebody making a tomato pie like you would see the making an apple pie right so yeah so they are a fruit and you know in the botanical world. Anything that has seeds. An appeal is considered a fruit. So we would even consider things like cucumbers pumpkins of fruit. Well then of course avocados are a fruit too So now are they healthy or are they not you know. There's a lot of controversy around this because Historically people used think that tomatoes would kill you. What yeah this cels like. If you go back into the eighteen hundreds people used to think that they had poisons in them and that if you ate them you would get toxic and that you you know potentially could be could die from them so there's been always kind of like a dark side history to tomatoes and in fact Their botanical name is salon. Selenium lyco per succumb which means nightshade wolf peach and this refers to the former belief that like a wolf. This fruit was dangerous. And isn't that an interesting kind of history on the name yes interesting. Yeah but anyway Tomatoes are not really dangerous And you know for some people. They might create a More of an inflammation in the body than than In somebody else so we'll you know we'll get to that in a minute but there's lots of different types of tomatoes and they have many different health benefits so you know. I would usually give my thumb up to tomato but we tend to see a lot of you know maybe about ten different varieties of them that we would see in the store. We see the beefsteak type. The grape tomatoes the roma's The heirloom tomatoes on the vine which we tend to see. But actually if you were to grow your own tomatoes you have about four hundred different seed varieties to choose
Do At-Home LED Masks Really Work?
"Led which stands for light emitting. Diode is one of my all time fave treatments to have done. And i know you probably feel like i say that all the time but this one really is. It was about five years ago. That i i started getting only locks which is a type of professional in salon light treatment and it helped clear up my acne more effectively than anything. I'd tried over the decade prior. Now we've done an hoskin expert episode on light therapy and what it does so we will link that in the show notes fee to get more data if you missed it but i'll do a summary for you. Led therapy is noninvasive. It's a treatment that uses different wavelengths of light to visibly improve in rejuvenate the skin. So it's actually nasa technology which is like spice in shish. That's the scientific way to explain. Nassar that was adopted by the skin. Care community thanks to its ability to heal wounds and tame inflammation and actually my lady. That does my omni omni literally said. Look if you've got a really bad injury. Oh cuddle. Something she's like pulpit onto the omni lock slide and it's really good at like healing and timing that inflammation so the different wavelengths target different areas within the skin by sending energy into the cells to stimulate natural cellular responses so the most common lights used the blue light frequencies which is typically used to treat acne. So that's what. I started with all those years ago while red is used for anti aging concerns. So let's chat about the at harm. La mosques that make us a look and feel like power ranges. obviously the ad harm devices a less powerful than the treatments. You'd get at a salon which means it'll take longer and more used to see visible results swear professional. Led treatment would have me looking. Glory town healthy. After a single session. It would take about three to four weeks of daily at home. led mosque to see the similar result. And trust me. i have done that
Masks or No Masks? Many Businesses Err on the Side of Caution
"But it's co most Brian Calvert found out There's at least one industry still requiring face coverings, no matter what. It seems like a no brainer to this woman. Our industry. It's still Highly recommended. She owns a salon hair, Manny's and Pettis. It's a very intimate close contact service, right? We have no way of social distancing and some appointments run longer than three hours. She's requiring masks for everyone. Other businesses are choosing to do the same and customers. If you go inside any large store around here, the majority of customers are still wearing masks. Even though we know many of them are vaccinated. Every single life is somebody somebody right and I include myself in there that my grandmother died of Covid meet Crystal Monday. She's still big on wearing a mask. Even though she's vaccinated. She knows others feel the same way for several reasons. They don't really know. Which places they can go to safely. They don't know the vaccination status of people. He's even created a website revealing what businesses in her Vancouver BC neighborhood still require masks, she tells CTV. The website went up this past weekend. By Wednesday, she had to pull the sites comment section because just as there is a vocal group still supportive of wearing a mask. There's a very vocal group that feels otherwise. And I had to pull that because people were going in and making false entries. And then, of course, putting harmful content or, you know, calling people sheep, telling them not to wear a mask. Our salon owner realizes some people are ready to ditch the face covering. She's just not comfortable taking any chances yet. I know that there will be a few people that are quite upset about it. It won't be forever. If you still feel strongly either pro or anti mask an important consideration. Perhaps everyone can agree on right now, as we make a transition is good, old fashioned capitalism. Customers can choose where they feel the most comfortable shopping and at this point there appears to be stores that cater to both sides of this ongoing conversation. Brian Calvert. Common use Comeau
Interview With Visual Design Student, Cherry-Ann Davis
"All right so tell us who you are and what you do. I m cherian. Davis and i am currently a masters students at zurich university of the arts studying. Visual communication. Design and zurich. That's zurich in switzerland correct. Yes rica's onset salon. I left my good hot. I land in zurich. Another parts of do that. I've not been before. Well first of all. I never left my country for longer than a week before moving to switzerland. Wow yes and you've been there. I think you told me earlier. You've been there. Since february of last year yes february. Twenty twenty. I moved to hyperactive my four suitcases. It's everything that i wouldn't. And i hold their in my life and i brought with me so many books and i came by myself in a new field. How's it been adjusting to everything. Well one months after arriving. There was a global lockdown. So that's a judgment period was quite hot. Because i didn't know anybody person that i knew he kinda like drop me as soon as i got to switzerland's in up on them iq by myself not knowing anyone in flatwoods to other people upstairs on the people who were on my floor left. They went back to their countries to spend quarantine or their families to spend that time. And i was just by myself. Yeah being new to school not even having time to meet my classmates. I'm gets new them. It was rough. It was real hard. My goodness i can only imagine. How did you get through that while. We're still getting it right. I am still getting true. North brands like i prayed a lot and i spoke to my therapist a lot. Because as much as you think that as much as i was repaired mentally too moves another country. I was not prepared mentally. It's a move to another country and be in so much isolation. Although i lived on my own and i was back in trinidad i. It was something that i could not comprehend
"high salon" Discussed on UN News
"Is removed even further and potentially doesn't have any direct input in the quote unquote decision to shoot a missile. Say at a target and as we all know whenever there is something novel in history. It's a really important opportunity indeed as a need to think carefully about the implications because there are a lot of unknowns that needs to be thought about very very carefully hopefully before this stuff becomes commonplace on the battlefield. Alcohol linda from the united nations institute for disarmament research and now to wrap up the show with reaction to what we've just heard it's time to welcome regular guest solange. Bountygate cortez from the information service at geneva high salon. How do you feel today or leather. Neil when my cholesterol level is correct. Today i am improving my english level and constantly working on my tolerance level but i would never have thought that one day a machine could autonomously decide to eliminate me because of my level of danger and on top of that be wrong. The united nations institute for disarmament reserch new report describes common data box for autonomous systems. And explains how they gave rise to known known failures. Daniel listen to this. Do you remember it as we know. There are no known there are things we know we know. We also know that known and that is to say we know there are some things we do not know but there are also known unknowns. The ones we don't know we don't know that was the answer from a politician during a news briefing on twelve february two thousand and two about the existence of weapons of mass destruction. So today what do we know about autonomous weapons as we heard from our harland in your interview it is no longer pure science fiction. So i don't know we are not anymore in two thousand one space odyssey but in two thousand and twenty one little tournaments weapon systems today. A machine can decide whether a person deserves to live or not. At what level does a person become a target. Two weeks ago we spoke about the red cross museums new temporary exhibition concerned. In which one of the thirty artists martha revuelta explores. How facial profiling might be taken too. Far once activated device decides basit on an analysis of your face. How good you are a handling a weapon. How is the machine to understand that you are injured or that. You're no longer one to fight complete or incomplete that combatant or target or not can algorithm become sophisticated enough to trigger an attack by itself. Could it air in select in its target. We just hear that even as speak of dust on a sensor might mislead an algorithm into classifying civilian object as a military one. So who is accountable. How much trust do we place in the allegory. That are already shaping our daily lives. I only know that i know nothing. Thanks salons sometimes. Ignorance is bliss. Although i'm delighted that holland and the united nations institute for disarmament research is on the case raising awareness about lethal autonomous weapons systems ahead of the un group of governmental experts. He wa- consulting informally at the end of this month. Another thing. I wonder if the lethal autonomous weapons with something that messes putin and biden. Where discussing here in geneva earlier this week. That is it from us then. Many thanks for your time to launch anti you listeners. For checking in with you in up datelined geneva will be back next week. Enjoy your weekend bye bye for now..
When To Ignore The Professionals
"Hey ladies i have just left my first skin consultation. And i'm a bit confused and i think i need your help. I knew that the place i was going would obviously push a skin line that they stock and sell which is fine. I was totally prepared for that. But the consultant went as far as saying that i shouldn't trust any supermarket or drugstore brand and even some products that i buy from places like a dole beauty which also stokes the same brand that they talk sir was she being a total smelled or is there any merit in what she was saying. Thanks bye put her in the bin girl. I am would tear in skip chucker in. Let's cancel her. Honestly this totem pole. Yeah this stuff really gives me the shit some allowed to say shits chia checking with so nice for checking. Just roy goal the time impor- jays probably like we have to bleep you again kelly. I know right sorry goodness. It's two thousand and twenty one. This person is so clearly operating on commission. Yes a clearly not aware of the university of live in which is to pick and choose from different brands. I mean i think almost everyone. Skincare retain is from different brands. No one really uses the brand. This just makes me angry as well because yes. She's working on commission and we all like to earn money but she's trying to earn money at the detriment to this person. Yes exactly telling her false thing. Yes just sephora and mega. Have some fantastic brand. They stuck a lot of cosmic skin care. Adult beauty stocks pretty much every brand that exists so the fact that she's saying that is just a flat-out lie. It's also very privileged to be able to say that because a lot of people can't afford to just go to these salons and body stuff price sign and chemist warehouse stock fantastic again. 'cause macedo brands affordable prices. Still some of the products out there on the eighty ninety dollar mark but they have some really affordable effective skincare. My advice is to absolutely leave. That person don't give her any money going find a new skin guru that he's going to embrace the fact that you're gonna shop everywhere that you're gonna use different products that you've got different
Sex Trafficking in America
"So seth. I've been was it a couple a couple of days ago. I was reading the news. And i came across this story. That was horrifying. You know the and i'm going to read a little bit of the article to you. But what do you think what. What's your perception of sex trafficking and human trafficking. Like how big of a problem do you think that is here in the united states just curious because i know you because because it's been recently i think you're gonna touch on. It's been in the news recently so and also knowing paul viola. Our friend and colleague working with you to i know that it's it's a serious issue. But and i know that the majority of people ask anyone they think it's a third world country issue and not not a united states. Exactly right i mean. I really do feel when i'm out there talking to people when i bring up sex trafficking. It's it conjures up You know third world countries or other countries or you know what's been in the news maybe You know Nail salons and massage parlors. And things like that which is very real and it is very prevalent here in the united states. But i want to read you. And yes i know glasses. Give me any crap This this article sex trafficking stats okay. Sex trafficking continues to plague our society. Nowadays investigators are seeing more activity can get this homeland. Security says trafficking numbers have gone up during the pandemic predators are doing everything they can draw their victims draw in their victims and the number one source of contact is social media.
More Than Writing Code With Dr.Neeta Trivedi
"If we can start with your origin story how did you get into though you hi. I'm really excited to be part of this and allows me to also to fresh lots upward memories and so i was disciplined by the back end reflecting. I come from a very very modest background. Lower middle class family and the video all down. Even the dreams are modest because nineteen eighty-four The was not so much there was no internet not division netflix's nor discovery channels in salon. So they didn't know too much outside world end Across a small town. So maybe you just one thing has shown that i wanted to do something like it should be different. Should be big. What is that big. That clarity was not bad so we talked about maybe we can become college professors or maybe not engineering college professors. That was largely a dreams. One thing for sure bet. You should study a lot of maths and physics because that's when you'll be essential that's on. I knew and we grew up. Got very good teachers. From primary school onwards they were passionate about building human resources not not just teaching and making many. Thanks the very fortunate in rhode small incidents that when my parents started the would not afford the fee and they wanted to would mean a government. School leaders came to my house. And saying you can pay the fee later. Don't take her out. I mean that's unheard of in general so grew up in that environment really nine thousand people in ninety nine hundred seven whenever completing busy in physics chemistry math because we didn't have engineering college in the town and i don't think my parents would have sent me outside at that age then even financially. Maybe they could not so of. I was finishing my own. That fame be heard about this diario program
Customizable Nail Art Designs With Color Camp
"Kirby gear nails young girl. Check these out. Wow others flowers on there. Are those present want. Yeah they're daisies. Those are amazing. Who makes them there from color camp owing love love. yeah so color. Camp is a nail salon based here in la. And it's on. Beverly obviously they were closed for a majority of the pandemic and they kind of pivoted their business. Now they have this lake booming. Press on glue on business. They're not cheap. They're like fifty bucks or so depending on what you get if you get nail art and stuff. But i'd ordered a pair from them. Before and i thought it was a really cool concept like they send you these little clear acrylic process to try and you measure them to all your nails and then you go online and you like okay. My thumb is an eight. My index finger is a seven. And you do it individually for each hand so like one of my thumbs. The nail bed is smaller than the other thumb. So it's like okay. Cool great and then i'm an idiot and i measured them to small and i wrote them and told them like hey like i'm actually in pain wearing these thales. What to do. And they're just they were really. Oh we're going up your sizes and send you a new pack. So they did and then they threw in like an extra one. There was like wait. This is great customer service. So then i ordered again and they're reusable glue on so if one popular like file your nail and glue it back on in your good can hear that and some of it all. But they're super. Long the i was gonna say unless you're like cardi b. kylie jenner and have an assistant. How are you using your dawn power. Wash washing dishes with those nails
Psychedelic Renaissance with Amanda Feilding
"You ended up running psychedelic research institute like beckley right. Well i wonder how to minimize it. Damn i grew up in a very unwieldly setting. It's a house. They beautiful to hunting norge but basically owner sack some castle with three months and it would they isolate on the age of a mall and my parents were definitely. My father was an eccentric and says it was a strange for the isolated upbringing. Had nothing much to do but can mature around nature having little mystical experiences and dreaming about two and then i finally decided to leave home winter boarding school which was a terrible mistake and i want to silence the school. Tom price and warranty books on buddhism because my godfather was a famous buddhist monk and i'd never mentioned but i kind of helped him of high magic nation and the noun refused to give them and said they give me books not said d much but i'm off and then i left them with twenty five pounds in my pocket which was old woman allowed to take ruled in those days. The my have much more to give me and window for the next six months traveling toward salon. Where my godfather the walls. But i got kind of north in the desert and ended up living with avidity interesting bidu tribe Of the shalem his tried when down to the eight and we had all sorts of inches and it was a very exciting time when finally go to england is somehow got to be. I was off by professors ena. Who was the head of really the top professor in the world full compact religions and buddhism and he took me on as a student and studied with him it nipple mysticism sacred and profane and mysticism from age. Ten with my favorite topic. Shall i studied with him. Become awkward out but it was very interesting. And then i would think accused sixteen to canvas by someone who shared this index of me. Who'd been in the all men that with quite a few years older and i was amazed beauty which came out to she every rachel's on and then that was state when i was
The Story of Musician Zohra El Fassia
"Was actually born zara hamou to a jewish family likely around the year. Nineteen o five in the city of steph ru which is in fez region in morocco in fez of courses the city that would eventually give her regional stage name alpha zia which means the woman from she was born to her mother naomi and father yahu and we don't know much about officias early life but we do know that her father was a butcher trade and a hudson or a cantor in his off time so we can guess that she would have been hearing in may be singing eden literature music from a pretty young age. We also know that she likely went to school for a little bit as a young girl. Zora was wed at a very very young age to a man from fez named don and she had her first daughter masa likely when she was around thirteen years old and she had two more children sam in a net and at the same time she also began to kind of scope out the music scene in fez going to hear to musicians who would hear her sing and encourage her to sing more which she began to do at private celebrations and weddings and even small venues. We know that likely around the age of eighteen she actually got divorced and eventually made her way to casablanca so her kids. Her first three kids mostly grew up with their father and his new wife in their family and in blanca. She starts a new relationship with one. Mr tapia long Though they don't get married They do have three daughters together. More net salons in suzanne who sadly died as baby
How to Pronounce Knife by Souvankham Thammavongsa
"Stories that make up how to pronounce focus on character struggling to find their bearings in unfamiliar territory or shuttling between idioms cultures and values a failed boxer discovers what it truly means to be a champion when he starts painting nails at his sister salon. A young woman tries to discern the invisible immutable. Social hierarchies at a chicken processing plant. A mother coaches her daughter in the challenging art of worm harvesting in todd. Visceral pro style. That establishes her as one of the most striking and assured voices of her generation. Tonka interrogates what it means to make a living to work and to create meaning so at the top like this is a story. A collection of stories about the lao refugee diaspora and laos is a country is adjacent to vietnam. But it's southeast asian like block. That wasn't solved the the vietnam war and because of that were the source of a lot of refugees along with vietnam. Cambodia that came from that area in the seventy s sixty seventies. Yeah it was like The sixties and seventies laos is the only landlocked country in southeast asia. Like you said it. Borders vietnam also borders thailand and is also the most heavily bombed country in all of history in terms of country size and population and most of that is from americans and a lot of the bombs that were dropped. Not all of them have detonated so every year. There is a lot of casualties from these from these bombs. So yeah western colonization and meddling has definitely you. I don't know what else to say.
Create Your Revenue Generating Online Course
"What is the market opportunity. And who is a good fit to create an online course business or add this as a revenue stream. Yeah it it. The market opportunity is huge. They are projecting it to be three hundred and fifty one billion in the next few years and it's already huge specially with covert in the past year. Even you know even the kids. Are you know they're getting used to online learning and that's just not going to change. They're going to continue to You know everybody's continued to learn online even people that haven't been exposed to this have been exposed to it this past year so we definitely Will see a growth in online courses. But what i will say is that there's a lot of opportunities to add an online course as an additional revenue stream in your business or just to reduce expenses that you may have and i'll give you some specific issue. Diane just kind of so your listeners can understand so a couple of some of these our clients. Some of these are just people that i know. Some of these examples are people that i've interviewed on my own podcast. Just talking to them about what they've done in their business. One example is somebody who owns a hair salon. She has been you know very successful with her hair salon. You know she's done different things over the year. She's always fully booked and she had other hair salon owners coming to her. And say what are you to like. What's your secret. I i you know i want to be able to achieve what you're doing and that's when she was like ok p got so many people ask me. Did you know about this. And she created an online course in only program and added it. You know as part of her business so she could help other hair salon hair. Salone owners achieve what she had done.
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"GANGLAND LEGENDS DOT COM and my handle on all social media is gang land. Legend Singular My books on Amazon Amazon. I got a lot of stuff going on. And it's been an honor being on show with all of you so boom okay. All right the all star team. Thank you guys so much for being here today I actually have a my next guest. Is Lynn Fiscally and we'll be on here and actually a few minutes so stay tuned but thank you guys again that was actually really good input and that was the real Irishmen story follows. Thanks bye good afternoon. We're here with one of my. My favorite people Lint excuse me in there we go that coffeehouse any at any point in time in this conversation. I'm sorry in advance. It just won't go away. It's just a little tickle. I have the same taste so to excuse so excuse both of us. But what we're dealing with it exactly Excuse me I met Lynn through a real Through real estate I kind of wanted to know. No more about it and She has really opened my eyes to exactly what people really should be prepared for and what to do but one of the one Lynn. She's not just doing real estate. Of course she's a smart lady so she She's had her hands in the butterfly collective which she's going to tell us about today that Helps you know. Emotionally and physically Is An financially also The the the victims of domestic abuse and violence. So please tell us more because this is something that many many a lot of men and women out there that really really really. Don't talk about it or sweep it under the rug because they feel like they're alone in it's a very unfortunate situation but please tell us more okay so As far back you want me to go but I am a survivor of domestic violence. Myself I left my abuser in nineteen eighty eight so it's been a long time for me but I thought I was healed but really I just buried it under under the rug. I never told anybody about my experience. what I went through You just you know when you're in it you don't really realize that you're in an abusive relationship and abuses many things so a lot of people when they hear domestic violence they think the woman is being beaten and that is definitely a part of it. But it's only a part of it careers financial abuse. There's control there's manipulation there's gas lighting. There's isolation I mean the list goes on and on and so my abuse was was really all of that and the violence started towards the end when when the when the when an abuser feels. They're losing control of their victim. That the violence escalates and so anyways So the butterfly collective the the passion that I have comes from my personal experience that you went through that. Thank you There are one in four women that experience domestic violence in their lifetime of some sort and one in I believe the number is one in nine men do so So in two thousand fifteen I learned about first of all. I didn't know about all of the resources that were available two victims when I was going through it and coming out of it I didn't know about turning point. I didn't know about haven. I didn't know that there were shelters. There is Salat I didn't know and so I was fortunate enough to have a mother that supported me when I laughed and helped me get on my feet but not everybody has that and so And two thousand and fifteen. I learned about an organization called handbags of hope up. And it's a small local nonprofit that would Get donations of gently used purses and fill them with ten missiles because so like deodorant. Toothpaste things that you and I take for granted but our counter every morning when oftentimes in times when a victim fleas their abuser. They just gotTa go. There's no time to pack bag. They'd go slap nothing So she provided purses versus with ten essentials to all of the shelters in Michigan. And because I'm a survivor. That really hit my heart and I needed. I wanted to have a fundraiser for her. And so I started doing this fundraiser and in in promoting it I started getting private facebook messages from women that have either gone through domestic violence in our out or or know somebody and the stories that I heard were awful. Like I couldn't sleep with the word empath and I think I'm saying that wrong. But you know what I mean. Yes so when I hear these stories. It's not just a horrible thought. It's like I feel this pain and the sorrow that this person is feeling and the more I learn the more and then after I did that I was just like I have to get involved in a bringing awareness to the domestic violence so that people understand how great it is and what it is but also help put a stop to it like. There's so much like our our laws don't really they're better than they were when I laughed. my my deciding like I I gotta go. Is My husband at the time. Hit me in public in front of a police officer and my sister was standing next to me and and said. Are you going to do anything to this police officer. So that's a domestic dispute. We don't get involved now. Thankfully things have changed now. They're not like that but still still. The laws are so That just gives me. That just gave me goosebumps by the way just kind of like hits nil somewhere. It's strikes the nerve that makes me angry so sorry Yup Yup but my God that. But it's changed. I mean it's not that bad now. They do respond quickly and But there are still laws like so for me I never reported. I never told anybody in my family. Little report report. What was going on to the police and most victims don't report unless it's so bad that somebody else calls or they feel threatened like like their life is threatened and then they call so? There's a lot of unreported abuse that goes on and then you get to where you absolutely lutely had enough and you then start getting the courts involved. Well you say all these things have happened to you but you've never reported so that's a that's a problem with the system and a problem with domestic balance a lot of reason like I said before you don't reported it one because it's your life you don't realize what you're going through is not normal and to there's so much shame mm-hmm and it's not our shame. It shouldn't be our shame. It should be the person. That's perpetrating. The violence but they don't have any shame that's why they're doing what they're doing right. So there's all of these reasons that we don't report what's going on in our lives right even even talking about it. Some people don't I don't want to even talk about it. Well because because divorce is was an instant still is in some countries vary taboo. You word it you don't you just take it and take it and take because you don't because what would people say right what people say. What would people think of me But unfortunately when they don't start thinking until it's too late you know until something happens to that to that lady the poor girl the to the woman or man you know. It's not just women but still twenty nine and then you have one in four so there's still more of that happening to women unfortunately But it's now you know I'm I'm assuming that it probably you know touched you so much that you felt like you had to do something about it and yes. That's where you're you're at right now. Yes so So it was at that my very first fundraiser for him. Mix of hope that I learned about turning point and one of the ladies in turning point On on a volunteer reached out to me after the event and said you know. Have you thought about sharing your story and I learned more turning point has a an outreach called the speaker the survivor Speaker Bureau and what you do is publicly. Share your story People reach out to turning point and want people to come sometimes school sometimes private events and so I did that and I learned a lot. They they don't just like listen they. There's training that goes so I learned more or about domestic violence how to react to it how to respond. If there's somebody that needs help you know what to do and so I did that for a while. uh-huh and what what turning point does is a wonderful thing they help women that are escaping and stuff you know that there's limited space okay. So they don't always have room for people that need to get away but they do provide many other sources things so yeah so so. That's a really good thing thing but what I found in working with them and what I learned was that there's this missing piece and the missing pieces when they're coming out of shelter or they can't get in shelter but they really WanNa leave. There's no financial help and most of the time one victim is leaving or survivors. Leaving the financial control has happened. She has no access to their funds. She doesn't know how how much money she doesn't have a checkbook. She doesn't have credit cards. She doesn't have any money. So how do you start life over. And oftentimes they don't. I'll have a job. So how do you start life over when you don't have the resources to do that or maybe you have been able to get a home But you can't fill that home with the things that you need like beds like common things that we take for granted so in in April of this year I started in April of this. We had our first butterfly collective fundraiser and It was a fashion show vendor show and it was a success. We had two hundred fifty guests at our first event which we were very very very pleased with the outpouring of support And so what. Our goal is to provide financial support. Emotional support an education to to victims. So we do that Currently have won the ladies that are on my team. She's an attorney attorney that specializes in domestic abuse cases and I met She invited me to How cots what's on my goodness a cocktail Christmas party on Thursday evening to meet and Some some people that are in the political world and mccomb county and. She said that she said it with great With a great word in describing it and that is that we're in the grassroots route stage so We are currently working on getting a nonprofit We are not a nonprofit yet. Although one hundred percent of the money that we make does go to help survivors. We've helped several already currently working with five other women And again it's I don't don't let people know who this is you know it's it's confidential but But we are doing great things and we have gotten an immense amount of support through people that know me and what I'm doing I have always been a woman of integrity and I A a good word to describe. Scribe me tenacious in whatever I do I'm I'm going to get it done. And so I we have a following it started started with me and a friend Cathal reporter who owns most of my circle are business owners so She owns a more your body products. And she she did that fundraiser. With me I am now. There are six of us on the team so and we've had wonderful Local companies do fundraisers for us on the High Salon Shelby. Township did one four us. I'm sure would brewery has has done to for us. Actually we'll we'll be doing another one They're doing one for us on December twenty first and it's a charity giftwrap and you bring all of your gifts that you want to Give to your loved ones and we wrap them for you. And then in a portion of that goes to the butterfly collective and then they're they'll be jar for donations so that all goes to help survivors and then We currently have a program right now. A An adoptive family program where we've adopted eight families somewhere else. Mrs Not not meet directly but I've connected so we we got Actually we had twelve businesses that volunteered to help and we have eight families that were helping so on December.
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"The. Welcome to the first episode of season. Two of the alternatives podcast, a show about entrepreneurship a n TEK. I am blazer Riga, and I'm here with my co host, Phil living and Jessica Collier. In today's episode, we sit down with Selanne Kalash co-founder of the Hobart in school. We asked him about his innovative approach to programmer education. And why learning by doing is the answer to some of silicon valley's most pressing problems like finding diverse job candidates and hiring engineers who have soft skills after salons. Interview, Phil, Jessica, and I will share a recent encounter. Our marketing team had with AI when buying targeted ads on Facebook and stay tuned till the end will answer a listener question about AI and close. Please welcome salon Kalash. He's a co, founder of the Hobart in school a two year program training software engineers here in San Francisco. They've just opened a second location in New Haven, Connecticut schools, two years old. And we're delighted to have you here today welcomes von than you blaze crate high salon is on high great long. You know, right away when the first questions we want to ask you is where's the name holder income from show? So let me tell you little bit about her wealth. Could we are all about quality and disability? And I, we won't two names as cool about. I've del someone would basically reflect, you know, as this mission and bits yield about was basically one of the face of twelve hundred. You know in the world and little story about is that she wants to to be become a scientist, and she saw a master science dripping from the program because because they'll teach our ally bitty. Woman should be cooking. They can have children and show. She began journalists and few years down the road video at various to balance. She didn't take no as an answer. And ultimately she got high in the army to walk on the federal parliamentary computer and went what euros I it was during their going to war. Okay. And she will. She walked in yak which is against the number computer and she was dream need to break down social barriers. So, yeah, like I mean, that's you mentally executes help to like calculate the tragic Torri of croquettes which might have helped to win the war. And so she bought Sabet to the fest preliminary like pulling wages that we use today. And so we thought that today, you know, Evans, oh, while like, you know, fifty later us to the letter. People are getting discriminated into. You know what they want to become because it was look like something of the comes from some social background in baton wants to Hindi's in season one. We had Kwami YoM, none of forty two on on our show that was for those who want to go back. Listen, it was episode twenty seven, which is called the Hitchhiker's guide to programming school and tells a little bit we. So we forty two completely free. But how? How does Hobart schoolwork? The also have very interesting approach. Yes. So basically we take a very different approach to educate. Shen is basically inspiration came from progressive education as it was a movement that toys created at the end of the nineteenth century where basically people like, hey, like there is no point in having something just for the sake of you should learn something that you know you can make use of, you should develop your social skills, problem solving skills, creativity, and become a lifelong. Now. So she mentally, we took his element to create whole baton school which is based on project based learning and planning, meaning that we have no former two shells and newly chills students learn by walking groups on project. So in Riga, education, we'd be like, hey, like Lander solution by readings book are listening to my lectures and two weeks. I'm gonna give you. The exam writes told about and we use the opposite. We give you the exam, and then we give to the little Gators it's up to them to basically Quayle's on the ledge on the tool that they need to achieve the goal, which is pretty much what we do in the workplace, right? We pay people so that they can solve problem, right? So we believe that this type of education is very suited for what ultimately our wall needs and forty two is is using actually Milam the legiti. It was studied in France about five years ago by exiting y'all, and yet it's been doing great and and they open in Fremont. About a year ago. So how did you get interested in progressive education? Did you realize of John Dewey.
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"Every new Matt and I buy every new MBA by every new NHL and I play them like to their max. I played all sports games like crazy. The the, the progress that have been has been made in these games are so unbelievable and they are so much fun to play. I know a lot of people say there too. Like intricate and like a little too confusing for like the general person play, but I can love him. I think they're so realistic. I think they're so a lot of people love them because they make billions and right and the fact that I've been taken away of of a golf game gaining that same progress as he's other games have like when you play Madden game and you just like an someone's playing and you just look at the screen, it looks like a real games going on. We could've gotten that all these years. Like Tiger Woods, fourteen fifteen, sixteen seventeen tackle with nineteen. It would have been so realistic, so cool. You would have been looking at guys like speed and like we would have been able to get all the new clubs and you would have been playing with them Zuno I should say I should be playing Shinnecock tonight when I go home right with tiger with the most unreal graphics you've ever seen? Yes, with a chance to win the US Open in the PGA tour season that I've been doing for a year straight on my with crow, like with cooled back stories and being able to sign like which clubs I wanna use. Right. All I'm like going to upgrade the title just like in Madden. You have to go do media day and you have to answer certain questions. Are you going to piss off like stuff like that would have been so awesome. Do, and I, it definitely coincided usually to tweet from your player and like run your players, social media. Tore be awesome. I love that and the call and the golf courses just keep getting better in real life. Right? And they keep playing these awesome golf courses like that one that they played where we were looking at that looked like, unreal, where was it in Texas? Oh, from a couple of weeks ago, we were looking at the I was telling you the greens imagine. Yeah. Yeah, got a golf course down a video game. It's I mean, are you kidding me? Yeah. Sorry. I do too. The little tiger tag teamed up with what's up, who saga teamed up with. What do you what. What about Mike off? Who is he teamed up with your muted? Sorry, you got muted. All right. We can put in a big cat and deport on on the guest list now. True. That's got such. Awesome. That's gonna push a lot of download. That's great trinity forest. Yes. It'd be awesome, but we got robbed, you're right. This is tiger's fault that we don't have all these things because he has little downfall. Now he was on such a high salon that we're going to give him. We're going to let it slide a little bit, and I don't think this is my last point on this because I do do love these games. I don't care who else makes it. We've seen this with every other franchise and every other sport when it's not EA. For some reason, it's just not the same. EA makes the best games actually. No. I'm going to go back on that NBA two k. makes a better best will game than EA does they? They destroy more than MBA live. It's NBA live or sent me to k- to live for a while there to k. made the most money last year of any video game. Like ever. It was like they make so much they make may live anymore. No, they destroyed them, but this new physical. What's his new golf club off club? I watched the videos. It's a little. It's stupid. It's like you play with just like a regular looking guy. Looks like something you find on we. Yeah. Very just normal. It doesn't look that fucking realistic. They've had all these years to make an unbelievable game. Like we've been talking about, they've had like four or five years. So we'll say, apparently you can just create your own golf course. That's pretty cool. I see how you could get lost deep town that hole and spend months cleaning it off course depends on how intricate you can make it if it's just like, oh, I'll put water here. All right. But imagine you could like, yeah, actually, that's there's a lot of potential in that. There's potential there. So again, I don't think they're, I one, like I guess they've been made for a while. Players have no clue. I guess they've been making games for a little while and all that. So like this won't necessarily be their first one. This'll be the first one since the EA break and all that. It won't be the greatest golf game while time. But at least we're going to get some new golf games. So that's exciting. Big shot out to the US women's open this week. Nice Shaw creek. Everybody knows. I love lady golf. Also. We had some incredible drama last week at the NCWA's with the lady golf. So there's, I'm scrolling through Twitter and I dislike Riggs writes about like these unbelievable. We had this drama. Lady golf. I don't know what's going on over there, but users. There's two times on Twitter when I have no idea what's going on. It's rigs. Oh, it's Marty bent when he retweets bitcoin stuff is a guy who's worked here. I see that and that's a different language -rageous Email to the whole entire company. We talked about ten day, and the second one is I see barstool rigs just all hot and bothered about a bunch of lady golf. It was Arizona and Alabama in the final and it came down to these two girls Haley more in Abe discourage Abe whose she's electric. Abe Abe ninety call a full name. Abraham, I don't know what I have no idea what her name is. No idea what her full name is, but the caller a, by car honest, Abe, obviously, and the way that the whole deal works is it's and they've got the men's going on right now. So you should all watch that on golf channel. I watch this morning and all day it's electric. But anyways, they get five five players that gets the match-play to make it to the final and it's whoever wins. It's all five singles matches whoever win. The most so they they were one or they were two, two, two. So the last match on the golf course comes down to the eighteenth. They have the eighteenth hole in the go to a playoff, and I'm talking their whole season. They go, how important national champion jazz that's like is that's his bigger bigger than like a Stanley Cup. When you haven't one like for you in that moment, it like changes your program for ever. You're like part of that class. Every time we go to alumni meetings and all that alumni like meet ups reunions, all kinds of stuff. You're part of that national championship picturing rigs at his apartment, talking yourself through this exact scenario where he's like, this is why this is important. You just get all jazzed up about it and Arizona down it took it down after port, hey, missed like six or seven foot slider, and this Haley more girl just buried like four footer for birdie to win the whole thing. They're going crazy on. The green were celebration you've ever seen. I mean, these girls could have been further away from knowing how to celebrate, and then they put the camera and apes face and she's hugging all her teammates and the Hershey's. Like, I'm sorry guys. I'm so sorry, guys, all waterworks. I mean she blew reduction was on this. Do they have like the full, the cameras. Oh, yeah. Is all over. It put a lot of money into what's good for the game. So so anyways, we got the ladies woman golf shout to US putting on the US open shoal creek. Unfortunately, a ton. I mean eight of rain. It was like a fucking literally, a hurricane hitting the place right now. It's up to the. It's up to the course today. I did see that they were like, nobody show up pulled nobody to show up. And then there's been a lot of, you know, griping about the golf course. And if they, they're like, oh yeah, the US. She, I guess in this tournament in the US women's open has never allowed lift, clean and place ever ever. And they're like, oh yeah, they're going to have to this week because it's just so CT and is mud everywhere. And one of the his today, it was like, oh, there we will be playing the ball down. Don't you. Then Cristie Kerr responded. That's ridiculous. That's a joke. There's going to be a mutiny. Somebody should tell them. There's going to be a boycott if they play the ball down. So we've already got drama going into this weekend. Harry, exciting. See Lucas Glover's wife, just sprinting across the fairway. Just screaming at the top of Lucas should be sprinting away like no, Honey, no just couldn't be more with the US Jay on this one I want and carnage out there. I want chaos. I wanted to be brutal at the US has opened. It sounds like it's going to be. We also had Francesco Molinari beat Rory at the BMW over in Wentworth in the London area. I do like they were getting to the point in the season now where when you wake up and summer and the Urumiyeh tours on every morning, it's awesome. Rory, Rory, blue Aleve. Like to show two or three shrug legal and into Saturday, fuck, and then just didn't get the deal. Didn't close the over the weekend. Rory loses ice like an full-time now he's going to be fine. So we'll see. We'll see. He's going to fight. He's gonna probably win the, we'll see. It's kind of the same argument as like, Dave always makes the patriots. When you're always they're contending, he can't win them. All right that you have to spend it always content. He's not gonna win them. 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