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Interview With Mayank  Mehta

IT Visionaries

02:46 min | 7 months ago

Interview With Mayank Mehta

"Welcome everyone to another episode of it visionaries and today we have a special guest. The ceo of pulse qa. Mehta mayak. Welcome to the show. Thanks so much for having me appreciate it all right so right out the gate. We always allow all of our guests. Tell our audience. What the product that you bill does. What is pulse. Qa the best way to describe pulses What google is to search. Pulse is to research people have gotten really used to being able to do a search and come up with fast accurate and free results and use that to sort of informed their decisions and research on the other hand is extremely hard. Where you've to set up an account become a master and how to do surveys figure out how to contact the right people especially on the bbc this is even more challenging and wait a few weeks if not months pay tens of thousands of dollars for as incentives and then come back with poor quality data. And if you just juxtaposed the search experience with the research experience just a massive gap to be had our mission at pulse is to close that gap so ideally make pulse to a point where research becomes is easy as search where you can pick up your phone hoste question to the right audience get back results in real time and use that to better inform your decision so tell. Our audience. Wind is materially different. From let's say relying on a forrester or gartner to produce a report data on if i have like b. two b. application questions. Yeah a great question so we got started As you mentioned in the b. two b. world and specifically within that with technology decision makers reason being no technology decision makers spend hundreds of billions of dollars on technology every year some cases a trillion plus have been also cited. And there's lots of research that goes into making these decisions. There are three things that are happening. that are changing the traditional world of research in the landscape and why we think pulse is a good fit within this chain landscape number one. Is it used to be forty companies. That ruled the world. And now they're forty thousand. Would hundreds more coming out every your with accelerator wycombe. Or another almost just chugging out and you know it used to be okay for a centralized authority to cover. All of this is now increasingly difficult to cover those forty thousand companies but the power of the crowd and the platform that his pulse can actually enable that because on pulse it's not analysts that you're learning from. It's actually your appears that have been verified and brought into the network so you when you ask question and when you want to know detail about something that actually goes out to the right people they come in and the answer you get data back in real time.

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"hoste" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

Startup Stories by Mixergy

05:16 min | 10 months ago

"hoste" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

"Well it's really the core. It's it's trusting other people at the core of it this Trusting other people will take care of your baby and and so letting go of control. And that's so hard for a lot of entrepreneurs and it it it is and continues to be sometimes hard for me. I've learned to adapt sorta land ends but in general but there are things that i still like to control but yeah for me. It was saying i can't be the person that makes every decision in the business. Serving gordon decision a half the handsome good people around me that can the can make some of these decisions example. Something that you hand it to somebody else has right now. Feels like every entrepreneur knows to do this. What is if you give me something specific. I think will feel the pain of in the early days is designed bill olenin i. I'm ruining i handed. That was better at it than i am. Not after after this panic attack what was it really was a lot about. Managing the client. Lot of the clients situations There wasn't a before that anytime a client might get frustrated. I was on the front line to take care of them. Makes them feel like they're being taken care of. And i let my team do some of that as well. of the esscalation point might share that with the team. Now i've painted the sales process. pandered hoste count management process landed off even the hiring that was limited more recently just in the last three two thousand four months I'm still involved in hiring decisions for some of our senior level people that some of the others. i'm not walden and so that was our for me as well to to let go. But but i found listen to a talk one time versus asked the much business owners was the single biggest limiting factor in your business and there are all kinds of answers but it came down to the speaker said all these are good things. But they're not the core the core. Is you the owner artists. Single biggest. Limiting factor your business and that really hit me like a ton of bricks. I was the bottleneck that i had to get him out. Way and release control. And so that's what. I continue to try to right. Let's close out with if somebody says you know what. I kinda like this guy. Want to work with him. I know i'm not going to get to work with directly. Because he's now learned to today. What kind of work do you do today. In the past we talked about just building basic websites. Give me give me an example of something that you could do for someone. Who's listening to us. Yeah i mean we were with clients that primarily. They wanna grow their feeling stuff. Maybe they're working with an agency now and they're not happy with the results or the transparency. Or you know they feel like the team is not Providing very good service so that that's a lot of we work with clients who are committed to growing your business. Because one of the things. I tell you know. My team is If you have a business owner that doesn't wanna grow then. There's not much we can. We can do for So is community growing their business and they're looking to use digital marketing to do that. They're look into founding. Do all these found on social media. and and have excellent website. That would impress their visitor and build trust and be enough to actually give them to fill out a form or pick up the phone or push by now but to do a transaction and so we just wanna be the the agency that's not the other. It's not another failed marketing agency. It's not another waste of money with no results. were we're the one that's actually now been transformed. Their business transform the lives of their employees and And our communities and and also but -sition others they're giving back. That's far alum to help. Businesses grow and other business owners are people. You didn't make my audience of do gooders like you. You know if if that's what they would support that all right. The website is thrive agency dot com. And i want to thank sponsors. Made this happen the i. If you've got people working with you even in for talking ten ninety nine people. I want you to go and check out. Gusto dot com slash mixture. Urgent do it before the end of the year. Get yourself settled for next year right. That's gusto dot com slash mixer. And when you're ready to start a website whether it's for new consulting company for anything i did go to hostgator. Dot com slash. Mickey both of those. Url's won't get you great deals from great companies. Thanks so much for being here. Matt andrews really fun really good to meet you. And i wanna learn more about you and your business right. Oh you will. Thanks a lot..

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Why Are the Tips of My Replanted Hostas Turning Brown?

Your Gardening Questions

04:48 min | 1 year ago

Why Are the Tips of My Replanted Hostas Turning Brown?

"Can we help you out today? I was wondering about the hostas. I had transplanted it. And now the end just some of the leaves are yellow. They look dry. Dry Now. Causing that. Fred of the idea she transplanted the hostile. And now some of the leaves are looking Kinda Brown well I'm not surprised I. assume this as transplant or out of container, one way or the other at this point This indicates root problems, and it can be either over watering or under watering now I was having difficulty hearing. We are speaking of hostile. Is that correct yes? Okay One other thing that can influence that. Melanie. Did you plant it in the sun or in the shade? It can be. Probably more in Sun but I know it's supposed to have more share. Well yes, now some hostile can handle a good bit of Sun but at the same time when well then I guess is the division from an older plant, or is it from a container? So an older plan? Okay I have. The same that you're describing I tend to violate some of my own rules or suggestions. I've known to dig hoste right up until the day before yesterday when I popped out one and put it another spot if I did not get enough route on it, and I didn't in this case. It's a great big plant I. Will Not being able to see when I dug down I cut more route off of one stem than was appreciated by the plant. The tips relief in that particular part of the plant turn yellow. Then the whole thing turned to brown and down on the ground, so I just simply missed the root of that the rest of the plant was doing fine until the deer munch on it, but. But I I think you're probably Having exposes the plant one to some route trauma, no question about it, even though you were very careful second then if it's in more son, specially afternoon sun, it just may have lost enough route that it can't handle. We'll call the whole body of the plant, and with translocation of nutrients and water within the plant. Sometimes, it's the leaf tips that suffer. And then the other side of it is if you have been anxious about having moved it and you're running it to wet. It can be drowning, so any of those things. Maybe from that list of possibilities, you can figure it out if it's just the tips of the leaves, and you literally just moved the plant while in full foliage. Just think it's a matter of relaxing. Do Keep it moist without being too wet in. It'll probably shape up on its own, however if you find this not to be the case come August. And it has been believe. Burn what I call burned more even I was put a shovel under it and move it to Shadier spot in the early fall, so they could get established before winter sets in, but probably with having just been moved. It's just reacting to some well heavy nasty circumstances where the plant. Can I turn the yellow lease off. Turn the yellow off of it Fred well, the answer is yes now. is this entire leaf blades, or is it just tips? well a little more than tips on okay. Okay, I have yes, if it's going to detract from the appearance of the plant. Then, yes, you can now do use a sharp instrument. any such so that you get a nice clean cut. Otherwise the edge will be frayed and it'll brown just a little bit more yet. when you, if it's a particularly fussy plant and you WANNA. Be Really careful with it I have. Known to use any kind of a pad put several sheets of newspaper on it, and then hold the pad was newspaper on it up under the leaf, use a sharp exacto knife and cut a new tip on the leaf. that takes takes a little more trouble than you might WanNa give it, but yes, you can anytime. The leave has yellowed is probably starting to turn Brown. It has become useless

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Leaf Spot Fungus

Plantrama

08:48 min | 1 year ago

Leaf Spot Fungus

"For our insider information segment today. We're GONNA talk about leaf spot fungus because this is a problem that occurs in cool wet weather early in the growing season and here we are at the end of March. It's cool it's wet. It's early in the growing season. This is right on point and you may notice that you've got some small spots on some of the foliage young tender foliage in your garden. And we WANNA help you figure out how to minimize that damage and also let you know when you need to do something about it and when you can let nature take its course now. This is not just a problem in early in the season. You'll notice some leave spots appearing later in the season. And we'll talk in a minute about that but What people need to know first of all? Is that live? Spot is seldom fatal for a plant. That is absolutely true. So don't panic. If you have a tree or a plant that has suffered greatly from leaf spot and defoliation for three or four years in a row or that is stressed because of insect predation. Or because it's been recently transplanted. That is an instance in which leave spot. Might actually really weaken the plant but in most cases this is something the plants have learned to deal with and certain things that you can do will lessen the chance of the problem recurring. So for example. If you've got a tree that's had leaf spot disease in the fall. Rake up those leaves and don't compost get rid of them so that those spores can't over winter any place in the vicinity of Your Garden. That's going to help a lot just that very simple task at this time of year. L. And a lot of people in my area are noticing leaf spot on evergreen plants such as Rhododendrons or holly and it's leaf spot. That actually occurred last year in the summertime and at this time of year. Those older leaves the plant. Might BE GETTING. Ready to GE Edison those leaves anyway because they are the older ones and so those leaves are starting to turn yellow and it makes the leaf spot appear much more vividly and people worry that the leaf spot is what's causing the leaves to yellow and fall off but that's not the case The leaf spot happened last year. It was not fatal to the plant but the plant is just getting ready to jettison those leaves at the start of the growing season anyway and when it does jettison those leaves rake them up and dispose of them. It's interesting that you mentioned Rhododendrons because there are actually more than ten different fungi. That cause leaf spot in Rhododendrons. It's a plant that is particularly susceptible to leaf spot diseases. Sorry to say because it's such a beautiful and popular garden plant. Well you're correct that there are many plants that are particularly susceptible especially if the foliage is getting frequently hit with water yes and an example that I often see are the moped and laze hydrangea. They those leaves are very susceptible to black leave spot if they're getting hit frequently with say an automatic irrigation system. And in fact you know frankly. Automatic Irrigation Systems. That are coming on every day or every other day. That's pretty much a prescription for causing leaf spot. On a lot of plants it is in nature. Those spores will over winter on the leaves on the ground and when the spring rains come it's splashes the spores up and the wind will blow the spores. So that's how those sports travel and when you are watering overhead or with a sprinkler. That does the same thing that the rain does. So if you have serious leaf spot problems one way to reduce the damage is to either use drip irrigation or to make sure that you're watering at the base of the plant and not from overhead so you're not splashing spores around moving it onto the leaves of the plants. One Way. People can become a little bit of a detective when it comes to leave. Spot is if you see that. Your plant has spots on the leaves. Look carefully over that entire plant. If if the leaf spot is being caused just by nature right. Maybe you've had a it's been a damn season or maybe the plant you know. Every year gets a little bit of leaf spot. In either of those cases you will see that live. Spot being distributed fairly evenly around the entire plant. But if you see a plant that has leaves spot on one side. That's not something that usually nature does and so so think to yourself is the irrigation system on. This side is decide where the sprinkler is located. And I see this again and again on hoste that I will go to someone's property and half of the hoster has leaf spot fungus on it and the other half does not and then I pointed out to them and say your irrigation system must be squirting from this side because nature does not usually have a fungal problem that only hits on one little part of the plant right usually fairly even so it's interesting most of the time leaf spot. Diseases Are Fungal. Most of the time there are some bacterial leaf spot diseases. And there's a really easy way to figure out which you've got and I learned this years ago in horticulture school and I thought it was so interesting. Take a leaf. That's got some leaf spot on it. Put it in Ziplock bag blow it up. Seal it and put it on top of your refrigerator for a couple of days where it's nice and warm and what you're doing is you've created what's called a moist chamber and look at it three or four days later and if you might need to take out a little magnifying glass look at the surface of the leaf and if it is a fungal disease you will be able to see fungal growth coming out of that. That leaf spot and it's just so cool and if you don't see any fungal growth you may have a bacterial leaf spot disease. In which case you need to do something different. You need to treat it differently than you would. If it's caused by a fungus. The fungal problems are far more common than a bacteria plants right so this is a case of you know hearing hoof beats you think horses not zebras right. When you see leaf spot you think fungus not bacteria usually not to say that the bacterial spots don't happen if you think that leaf spot is a real problem. Most of the time it is a cosmetic issue and altering your watering concertedly help You can use one of the organic fungicides particularly the ones that are bacterial based That you spray on a plant and the good guy. Bacteria that you are applying on their out compete the fungus and so that can help control the leaf spot but like any fund your side that you are using any organic treatment. Even you want to use it before the plant gets a problem. Yes it's preventative not curative. That's right so once you have leave spot you've got leave spot if you have a plant that's particularly prone to it and it's making the plant. Look ugly every single year. This might be a time to say well. You know maybe this plant should be either transplanted to someplace where it's much drier or maybe it should be transplanted to the compost. Bin and replaced with a whole different plant. That is not prone to fungal problem. I get your point I really do but I want to say there's a couple of other things you could try to situation. I've already talked about breaking up the leaves at the end of the season you could also maybe improve the air circulation within that plant. Prune it a little bit so you can open up the center. Get the good air circulation going in there and around the plant with a fan fanning. It gently well you know. Just stand on the plant and blow on it. Let's just do that all day long but seriously adjusting your irrigation raking up the leaves making sure there's good air circulation and if all of that fails all right over to the compost pile and goes

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Seedlings Are Arriving Early - What Do I Do With Them?

Your Gardening Questions

04:13 min | 1 year ago

Seedlings Are Arriving Early - What Do I Do With Them?

"SEEDS DOT COM cultivating successful growers for generations and he says various bulbs and bare root plants are beginning to arrive in the mail. But it's too early to plant. Should I keep them in the fridge? Until MID-MAY SHOULD I go ahead and pop them up right now to transplant later or can I go ahead and put them in the ground? Well maybe all of the above. Now let's go with the refrigerator. I would be very cautious a at this time of year with the natural soil warming. I would go to the warmest part inside your refrigerator unless you say hopefully without having to fuss about it you'd find out that there's an area of forty degrees in your frigerator. That's where put these things. However being essentially we all had in fact it is the middle of March. You could start putting them up. Get him them. Growing you'd have Mar- April may have two months to get them ahead of the game So you can go with that and then I. I'm sorry that it was the third part. Can you possibly just go ahead and put them on the growled? Well some yes now for example if you have received peonies or you've received Well I'M GONNA go the other way. If you have received peonies they could be planted right. Now they're perfectly hardy. If you have received hoste you can plant them right now. Now I would still put some mulch over the top just for let's say to provide some care In case now the other thing that Last week over at the Dover New Philadelphia Area I was given three beautiful tubers of caladiums. I planted them year after year. And where mine where where his came from Florida and I share in that now. They were big boats. I put them in the spring and they're much smaller than the fall so I don't even save more anymore sometimes but at the same time. I have indeed part of those up in a six inch pot. I put good soil. Good potting soil in. I soak the daylights out under get the soil down in around the wolves or tubers etc and then I won't water them until that soil is drying pretty good For pretty significantly I should say now The drying you don't want to over water that they they will stand some water when they're growing but right now I don't want a Rut that tuber so I did soak the daylights out of them where I will water other things than in a week. Which will be tomorrow I have I will not water them. The the soil was still moist. When I touch it with my top on my knuckles I'm going to let them go for another week. I want to keep them in the house period because they can't they just don't like anything below sixty degrees. They're they're They're like some of my friends. They travel south in the wintertime. And they they won't come back up until it is sixty degrees. Well they're they're going to be there and other plants of that same nature if if for example you got some Shasta daisies or whatever it might be. You could again. Pot does up start them indoors. Now the the thing that will happen though you'll have them so far ahead you probably won't dare put them out on until around the middle of May Depends what are happens. Where season does but you You don't want to get things going too far and put them out on less. You have then hardened them off. I had a four by four box if you will with a translucent top that I used to use under these circumstances where I'd get things started indoors. I would put them out in this box. You could close the top or you could open it for air and temperature control and so on And I could get a plant two three four weeks ahead. One of my friends always always always had tomatoes growing by now he had highlight me. Had A

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A Witch and a Curse

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

02:19 min | 1 year ago

A Witch and a Curse

"Today. I continue my investigation into the world of physical and paranormal with a witch at a curse organs. Lafayette Pioneer Cemetery was established in eighteen. Fifty local. Say the cemetery is haunted by a woman who was hanged after being accused of being a witch and that her ghost hoste cemetery however research has recently revealed that it was her son who was hanged for murder both his mother and wife sworn testimony claimed he was elsewhere when the crime was committed but a jury of his peers convicted him nonetheless Richard Gusts marble was hung by the neck until debt. For the axe murder of shopkeeper David corker but the hanging didn't go well the thirty witnesses who watched the execution described how the news is not slipped under his chin instead of breaking his neck. They watched him for eighteen minutes as he strangled. Death still was Richard. Smother a witch. She did cursed the town to misfortune to burn three times at the time of the hanging hills. County seat was Lafayette but just one year after the hanging the town loss that honored to Mcminnville to date. Lafayette Oregon has burned to the ground. Twice the spirit of Richard's mother on a marble has been seen wandering through the graveyard perhaps searching for the spirit of her son. Who KNOWS MISS? You say just another ghost story. Maybe not visitors claim that they have seen her others that they've heard her laughing. One visitor claims she recorded. Anna's voice telling her to run home. Some of those who say they were chased from. The cemetery have revealed cuts across their back and a marble flood. Lafayette years on this mortal coil in Jacksonville Oregon where she died in one thousand nine hundred sixteen and was buried in the Jacksonville cemetery today. The Lafayette Pioneer cemetery remains unchanged since the hanging and there are still reports of which sightings but few visitors venture past the no trespassing sign that's been posted at the

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Does killing Soleimani really change anything in the Middle East?

Between The Lines

13:38 min | 1 year ago

Does killing Soleimani really change anything in the Middle East?

"For a generation Iran's May General Sulejmani he was a consequential Fica League in the Persian Gulf for the Americans in the region Sunnis? He was a terrorist mastermind for the Iranians the Assad regime in Syria Hezbollah in Lebanon. Sulejmani was a hero who protected the Shia cresent in the region. So it's no wonder the Iranian generals death via a drone attack attack in Baghdad. That was a huge news story. Earlier this month cast into the money rainy and military commander assassinated in the US drone strike on mm struggling marks a huge escalation coming just days at was revered by Iran supporters in proxies being blamed for the deaths of hundreds of Americans in the Middle East over the we took took action last night to stop a war. What comes next? What's the broader strategy? Here we did not take action to start a war. Your since the American killing of Sulejmani Tehran launched a missile strike on your spices in Iraq and in the process mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian Ilana carrying one hundred seventy six passengers something. The Mullah's had initially denied responsibility but crucially the Iranians signings avoided killing Americans. which was the red line? The president trump has drawn. US military response. So we'll this episode. Leave Iran Ryan stronger or is tyron now more isolated than ever and what is the showdown between Tehran and Washington Maine for Iraq the US military Tori prisons there and Iran's nuclear ambitions. Danny Applica- is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington and Co host of the AAAGH. Ah podcast what the Hell is going on. Making sense of the world get identity. Hey Tom and I'm in. Sokoll is author of Iran Rausing the survival and and future of the Islamic Republic and CO author of Islam beyond borders the Oma in world politics. Welcome back to Iran. How good morning now? Also Amani abetted genocide in Syria to keep the Assad regime in power. He's responsible for the deaths of many American troops. He armed Hezbollah in. Lebanon with rockets is to attack. Innocent Israelis killed many innocent Sunnis in Iraq. So I mean isn't the world better off without Sulejmani. Were president trump. I think so. And also quite a number of American allies in the region Probably I think the same way but at the same time demand was a national hero and in fact that he was the one of the top strategic brains behind Iran's overseas operations and expansion of eight onion influence in the region. I will just support related to the fair that it only leadership has about the possibility of an American attack or an Israeli attack on a combined and attack. But let me see this Tom that nobody is commendable. dimitris full of commanders. Top commanders into the Nobel Prize winners and so on General money is being replaced And I think e to the debt is a widespread view in the West. That if you bump one or two individuals isn't the situation is going to get better We duty cold in history that take for example a Prime Minister Anthony Eden go around the nineteen fifties and calling for the elimination of Jamaa Nasser as the national president of Egypt and has was that this man is removed from a then. Everything will be fine. Nothing died in nine hundred. Seventy and a situation has not improved a cold and and at the same thing was said to be so I mean the point though. Is that knocking off Salomon. He's not going to make a great deal of difference. But also can I just add to this Dani salamone and these Iranian backed Shia proxies. They did help inadvertently into why help. America Islamic state. So does it worry you that people cheering the loudest about this. Guy's death other suny jihadists in there are slighted areas in the desert and the mountains of Iraq and Syria. I don't think they're the ones who are cheering the loudest I. I think you heard pretty loud cheering from here. I think you heard some plenty of loud cheering in In Iraq and Lebanon and and elsewhere throughout throughout the region. Look you know. I think it's important to acknowledge that. That as the head of the cuts force Qassem Soleimani was a very powerful folks very influential very strategic and very effective leader and he brought that effectiveness to things. That would terrible And the arming of Hezbollah. The murderer of half million Syrians. The arming of mass. The arming of in Yemen. We could go on for a while here but but But he did all of those things but when when the challenge was from Sundays you had is. He helped set up and guide ride. The hoste. Shabby the popular mobilization units in Iraq that That that ended up being part of the battle to to defeat Isis. The problem here is that every situation in the region is is more complicated than the enemy of my enemy is my friend. Just because Stalin Fort with us to defeat Nazi Germany did not make stolen a good guy. And if you look at these anti-regime protests some and. I've been breaking out in Iran since Tehran admitted that its military military shot down. A Ukrainian passenger Ilana have the Iranians overreached because despite the Iranian successes in Iraq Syria and Lebanon on on their rule out officials sites there on stable they print across he so have the Iranians overreached. There's no doubt that many Iranians feel about the Ashim and today have protested over the last few months in order to bring about A structural reforms today as a system of governance and economy which is setting enormously under represent- trump's sanctions but has the Iran overreached. What are I pointed out earlier I mean Iran does fear a a very strongly as possible American that much Israeli combined attack and therefore what update on your the humans done his belt reasonable security and press such for itself which would really want? Shepherdess Arafat at all costs but that does not necessarily Saudi mean that Iran is only Aggressive power in the region aggressive actor in the region. I mean. Let's not forget that that that the destabilization Iraq really started the two thousand three. US invasion of that country. Okay so the. The American invasion of Iraq helped Iran on because it overturned the suny state and it created a Shia majority Stein. I saw a natural law with the Shia brethren in Tehran following following on from that Danny shortly a problem about striking at pro Iranian sheeham paramilitary groups as trump has done is the now part of the Iraqi state. So is it any wonder. Washington's increasingly modulation is part of the world. First of all. I think it's offensive talk about Shiites. As if they're all some sort of monolith. The share of Iraq are Arabs. The Shia of Iran are Persians. These these are different people this. These two countries Shia versus Shia fought a bloody war for eight years in which there were one million casualties casualties in the nineteen eighties. The notion that somehow Iraq is a natural satellite or or or or slave to Iran is wrong Iran has chosen to try to dominate that country and demonstrations throughout the central and southern part of Iraq. Over the last month have been against Iranian domination the Iranian consulate in Jeff was burned to the ground at the end of last year not by Sonny's he's not by Sunni jihadis not by Isis not by Kurds but by Shiites carrying placards yelling out to out for Iran. Get Out of our country and I think that that is absolutely right to suggest that Iran has gained more influence in Iraq since the demise of Saddam Hussein. I I guess I I'm just not that big a fan of Saddam Hussein and the and the stability that he brought to Iraq. I wish that the United States had done more in the aftermath of the wall. I think thinks that we I think that we failed miserably. In many instances I think it was absolutely fatal in two thousand eleven when at a time of genuine stability in Iraq Iraq. President Obama withdrew troops and really provided the opportunity for Isis. To rise up again. My guest Daniel Placate from the American Enterprise Institute. And I'm in Sokoll. He's the author of Iran rausing and Islam beyond borders. I mean how would you respond to all of this. Because we've got these tensions here between Tehran Iran and Washington and the Iranian backed Shia politicians released most of them in Baghdad. I support if not closer ties with Tehran. They want the the Americans out of Iraq. But don't the sooners and the Kurds fee for the Iranian intrusion in Iraqi sovereignty. I absolutely and of course sir. The APP is not only the president of the American so who'd be which are being the opposed to in Iraq but also the presence of eight onions there. No question Ah about that but at the same time if we know that the majority of the Iraqi population is made up of the Shiites and some powerful elements among the Shiites have got the value equals relationship and relationship. What they don't know in the meantime ago? The Iraqi parliament release the iranian-backed Majority Shia legislators I support the withdrawal of US troops Danny now given trump's ambivalence about the region and the fact that he was elected impact to get the US out of the so-called forever awards isn't a US military withdrawal from Iraq. Just what trump and many war-weary Americans want. Well it's kind of funny. Isn't it because we start off talking about the you know the Iranians and what they want and and of course. The number one goal is to get the Americans out of the region and that is in fact the instruction is that has gone out to all of their proxy groups. All around the region. Is You need to step up activities to get the Americans out. Then we've got the president of the United States. It's who dearest and fondest goal is to get American troops out of the region so so a couple weeks after killing Kassim Sulaimaniyah. We have this unbelievably in coherent bizarre response. Where we where we're doing exactly what the around him one let? This is what Donald Trump has to sort out. He has to sort out whether he's the president. He's the kind minded president who who leads in a forthright fashion against men like costume ceremony. Who Seek to destabilize the region and extend Iran's hegemony Germany or he is going to be the kind of president that like Bernie Sanders like Barack Obama wants to turn around and high tail fin is to the Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump's uh-huh Washington energy independent America Stein fought these endless wars danny well A? They aren't endless wars. We have lost fewer people in these. This was than than than we lost a single day in World War Two so while they are conflicts that have continued on and off to a certain extent. You know the notion Shen that we've been sold that somehow we've still got one hundred and fifty thousand troops on the ground and losing them at a rapid pace is just wrong. We lost six in Syria. I I mourn every single one of them but the Kurds lost eleven thousand in their fight against Isis. So what what. What is the reason? We'll tell you very straightforwardly woodley because every time we turn tail every time someone says let's get out of that bloody Middle East. Let's pay attention to something fun. Like Asia and you'd like that. Tom Would now but hang on your way but every time we say that we end up being dragged back because the dynamics in the region of the ones that bring us back we need. We need a long-term solution that lets us. Stay away for good rather than one where we run away. Anita did it come back every single decade I mean the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal Provided tyron with as much as apparently one hundred fifty billion dollar windfall. Aw and certainly many people who are skeptical of the deal side that the Iranian spent lavishly arming the Shia militias across the region. So what it was trump right to pull the US out of the deal and instead impose maximum Prussia built around these economic sanctions on Iran. I think he was totally wrong and and I can care. There has been a backlash president. Trump's would would you withdrawal has a basically a provoked said that on Not to really go for the for police. Speed to in order to rebuild that they have nuclear program and. I think you're going to really do that. And of course that also carries the risk of a possible confrontation from tation between the United States and Iran possibly Israeli attacks on Iran and that could easily dissolved in a regional warfare. That at the end nobody may may be able to control it Danny. Any I mean a lively debate. Thanks so much for being back on. ABC

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Life Strategies with Andrea Marcellus

Babes and Babies

08:32 min | 1 year ago

Life Strategies with Andrea Marcellus

"Hey everybody welcome back to the Miraculous Mama podcast. I'm your host Elizabeth Joy and we are a podcast that believes leaves in empowering women through storytelling in education. And guess what this is the one hundred episode and we are just getting started. I I am so excited to be in the triple digits guys. We're in the hundreds now and it's just going to keep getting better and better with more information as as we continue to grow as a community and I am so truly thankful for you guys. You are amazing and Mehan last week's episode. I feel like I learned so much about how being mindful starts with you so even when the environment around you is chaotic. Like there's so much that is in our control and that we can take ownership and responsibility of and I need to start doing dot work now. I need to start being mindful now if if I want to be a mindful mom one day and carry it into other areas of my life so it's been really cool to talk to these people who are passionate about what they are doing in wanting to spread that information to us so today. We're having on a mindfulness expert in it is Andrea Marcellus and she is awesome. She is going to help us find a sustainable wellness routine instead of fad diets and short lasting trends. She's in the health and wellness world. She shares her story about how she came to figure out. I feel like what our motto has been lately on here. And it's that there's no one size fits all so if you're doing something and somebody's like Oh you have to do it this way. There's no one size fits all when it comes to parenting when it comes to wellness when it comes to birth like anything thing we're individuals and we deserve to be treated as individuals in have options that are catered to to us and where we're at in our life. So so that's what I'm loving about the guests that are coming on I love the entry doesn't say that you have to cut out carbs or wine so I am on board with her program. She is just just awesome and she is super passionate. She's so much fun and you can hear her passion when when she talks about helping clients become better versions themselves in reaching their real goals and again you know. It's not just one thing. We we tend to be like. Okay okay. I want to get in better shape but all of these things are whole body things. It's not just okay. I'm going to workout workout eat differently. There's a mental space to that in a spiritual space and so many other things go into it and our bodies really are a whole when we need to treat them as a whole when it comes to to so many different things being mindful and you know having wellness and whatever whatever may be we are whole beings so I just I love her approach and I cannot wait to get on to talk to you. Ra everybody I have Andrea Andrea Marcellus. Here and she is going to help us in this New Year and getting. I don't know how to describe it healthy and on she just believes in finding sustainable wellness routine instead of going on all these fad diets trends that happen. I mean I remember from a a young age there was the slim fast diet right and Atkins and all these different crazy things and it just keeps going on and on and on but she's all about sustainable wellness so I'm so glad that she is here to help us kick off this New Year so thanks for coming on. I am so glad to be here on myself. So the struggle is real and get got it for sure. I'm tell us I guess in your own words a little bit about what you doing what you're passionate about. Well you know. My story story is very similar. I think to most of the people I'm talking to. And that's what makes it so relatable on I've been a trainer for twenty six years so that's the departure archer. This is my profession. And it's my passion and I've spent a lot of time researching it but just like everybody else you know I have done all all the things well for the first sixteen years career. I did all the things you thank. You need to do to be super fit and the truth was I. I could never get myself there. Let alone like I could never get my clients. They are in a sustainable way and never get myself there. This with the calories in calories. He's out equations. This is with the watching your calories on the piece of equipment and trying to figure out this and trying to figure out that and then we're doing this diet were cutting out carbs herbs and we're doing that and there was a little you know it's it's I so viscerally get it and about hen years ago go so I'm forty seven so I was about thirty six at the time I I was literally putting together a calories in calories out equation a new thing for new the client and I just looked at the wall I remember staring spot on the wall going. This does not work is does it work and I thought okay okay and for myself what I decided is I was going to do the opposite of everything I had been doing so instead of working out for an hour at a time. I'm like Cardio every day plus weight training plus Pilates Yoga. And then you know like when everybody came over on Sunday nights for hoste Pasta and gravy my husband's from Philly and they call it gravy. It's really made a sauce but they can't say I've never heard of Guy Volos steamed cauliflower. You know while everybody else is eating pasta like I mean I just like oh my gosh. I'm not doing this anymore more. I'm GONNA eat all the food real food. I'm just going to change how I approach food and I'm GonNa stop working out so much and I'm going to activate my life in other ways I mean I'm a writer as well so I sit a lot just like everybody with the job you know like an I had the beginning of my career when I only trade part time in office part time I worked in corporate corporate so I get it what it is I get a lifestyle. Everybody's living in your in your car and you go here and you sit there and you sit and you know so. I decided to take inactive approach to life to start eating all the food and to stop working out so much and guess what I shrunk and you know so and and I always had this theory with my clients I call the vacation theory and especially the people that worked out a lot and when they would go away for a trip I would say look a wide need absolutely. Everything just stopped the minute you're satisfied don't ever be full and walk as much as you can and don't work out in. Every one one of them would come back lighter and smaller feeling awesome and I started to think about. Why is that? And there's a that's really what my book is about. And and Matthew I created in my book in my APP which I- i- codified over eight years and have been working with for ten so so it's it's been a really interesting process to basically uh through everything everybody else is going through and come up with a completely different way that has made life so much more enjoyable and I look ridiculous. And forty-seven after two kids like I want this one. Yeah well and I think that. That's that's where it's so so hard because you here. I guess all the trends that are going on right and anytime you make a lifestyle change. You'RE GONNA see results right away but the problem they don't stick right so you do this one diet. You'RE GONNA see a change because most diets. Have you cut out refined foods and sugars and alcohol and those things like that which affect affect your health. 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The ethics of AI with Google's AI lead Jeff Dean

The Vergecast

02:07 min | 2 years ago

The ethics of AI with Google's AI lead Jeff Dean

"At the time with, for example, was told that she would have to quote abandon quote ethics including what I would an institution called a on now, which is attached to NYU, and absolutely fantastic research, in all the problems weaving about and this for me is very, very troubling. That can go. He's reports were entirely true, you know, people's at the denied that there was any retaliation and said, that we would try and retaliate against someone who is doing exactly the foundational work in mitigating. These homes. They say they catch that much at James, it seems, very, very complicated to me, I have to be on the, the number of competing interests problems solutions and people offering those solutions does not seem in any way simple at this point in time. No, it's not. It's hideously complicated. And I'm gonna say something that's gonna make me sound like a complete idiot. But like with the technology. While and it is a little put a fix. It's just it always comes back, the politics, if you want this stuff to what correctly it can never be a technical solution. It has to be a wider compensation with with the public about what, what they weren't happening. Not Hoste the politico involvement. How do you see that conversation? Taking place isn't happening in a way that is productive or does that need to change it happening. But it's happening slowly, I think the same that is often missing is that when the systems inaugurating system is integrated into set in decision making process, you need to have experts within the original domain, so not know people who are experts in, but people who are experts in criminal sentencing in whatever situation, it is. And they need to be giving feedback about these algorithms, so for that to happen, you need road -education, and you need to have money in place to, to make sure that these checks being made a win, just having. Oba to the people who design Yahoo them because they can't do it by

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"hoste" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"hoste" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Of those in the store with a handful of fresh pressed juices. I mean, it's a fortune just for a three-day cleanse in. And what do you do after that talk about this? And how often do you want people taking OJ see the organic? Juice cleanse, right, right? I've seen those online two hundred dollars for a three day cleanse. I mean, what the heck are you going to do after that you do cleanse once a year or twice a year? And then that's it. I mean, Pat, do you breathe in chemicals once or twice a year or every day every day? Do you eat foods that have pesticides herbicides and contaminants once or twice a year or every day every day every day rates? Flinching Hoste fighing isn't something you do once or twice a year. Would you shower once or twice a year vacuum your house once a year? Exactly. So the bottom line is we want to think about getting this junk is toxic junk out of our systems on a regular basis. Now, the first way you do that is making sure you have enough fiber. Because that's how you flush out the GI track. You want to eat the food extract nutrients and rush the waste out of your system rapidly. That's why we have a full five grams of fiber in the organic juice cleanse, but Secondly, deliver support blend. The broccoli the milk this all superfoods the fight into the berries. They go to work helping the Liber to cleanse into tops. If our the system, and they do it every single day because you come in contact with toxins every single day. This is soft gentle supporting twins, not harsh Clinton's three-day cleanse, your friend it right? So how often do you use J C use OJ see every single day because this is the supplement it fortifies the body at ED's new superfoods. The. Anti-oxidants fighter nutrients divide Emmens minerals from these super healthy foods and at the same time. It's ports your liver in its job cleanse into your system. Right. So I'm looking at the clock here. The times just.

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"hoste" Discussed on The View

The View

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"hoste" Discussed on The View

"Jump start your weekend because the view is live. Great decision. Jeff and MacKenzie. Bazo is finalized, the terms of their multibillion dollar devore's is she getting her fair share from the world's richest man, Zachary Levi on putting a Larry as new spin on the superhero blockbuster inches AM. Kiernan chill spilling tea on the new season of her hit Netflix series that chilling adventures of Sabrina and plush and back Friday to growing up on madman hats, optics are in the house with whipping oh be huntsmen joy, Behar, sunny, Hoste n-. Megan McCain and Ana Navarro now, let's get things started. Well. It's a Friday crowd. Okay. So you'll be happy to hear that Jefferson MacKenzie base os just agreed on the biggest settlement in history. I'm so happy for them. They divided their hundred thirty two billion dollar fortune..

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"hoste" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"hoste" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"And those are only the ones. I can think of the top of my head and quote. Yes. Absolutely. That is something that is the other side of this once again as as a white man it is easier. I think we are evolutionary wired a little bit for it to be easier for me to see a white kid and think oh man that could've been I could've been that conservative shitty. White kid, and I could have been I don't I wouldn't want my life ruined back. Then wouldn't give me the chance to grow into who. I am today. But at the same time white conservatives are in while anybody any any white people in this country are often and by the way, it can extend to two black people just as black police officers are often found to be as racist as white police officers due to the training in the biases that we have in this society that we live in we see to me rice or we see Trayvon Martin or whoever it is. And we think well, yeah. But that guy was. You know, Trayvon clearly couldn't what was he doing out there with the hoodies up to no good. That's what conservative America. Thanks. Yeah. Me. I'm sure he probably just robbed a place to resign. His way to rob a plant. You know, that's the bias. That's that's what we have to be careful for. That's what I've learned over these many years as a white person. That's that's what is easy to think. And that's what we can't do. And so while I do want to grant kids the room to grow and evolve because I think they they have had no choice in how they're brought up. You know, I didn't choose three brought up the way I was brought up. I was hostage for you know, and a willing Hoste brainwashed hostage for eighteen years. And then fortunately, I got to go to college in expand my horizons and overtime. I got to be a not let a less crappy person overtime, hopefully, still Everyday's a struggle still continuing. So I wanna grant that space but also recognize that. That the next time. You know, there's one of these two MIR rice Trayvon Martin, whoever it is situations emphasize. I hope I hope conservatives. I hope you're granting this person, the, same empathy. You would grant the smiling Sandman kid. So I think that pretty much concludes everything I wanted to say about this. I maybe there was a little more to say about toxic masculinity. Because when you look at the way they were cheering. They were doing their basketball spirit. Cheers, and they, you know to be fair once again to be fair to the facts because I think it is important..

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"hoste" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"hoste" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"And those are only the ones. I can think of the top of my head and quote. Yes. Absolutely. That is something that is the other side of this once again as as a white man it is easier. I think we are evolutionary wired a little bit for it to be easier for me to see a white kid and think oh man that could've been I could've been that conservative shitty. White kid, and I could have been I don't I wouldn't want my life ruined back. Then wouldn't give me the chance to grow into who. I am today. But at the same time white conservatives are in while anybody any any white people in this country are often and by the way, it can extend to two black people just as black police officers are often found to be as racist as white police officers due to the training in the biases that we have in this society that we live in we see to me rice or we see Trayvon Martin or whoever it is. And we think well, yeah. But that guy was. You know, Trayvon clearly couldn't what was he doing out there with the hoodies up to no good. That's what conservative America. Thanks. Yeah. Me. I'm sure he probably just robbed a place to resign. His way to rob a plant. You know, that's the bias. That's that's what we have to be careful for. That's what I've learned over these many years as a white person. That's that's what is easy to think. And that's what we can't do. And so while I do want to grant kids the room to grow and evolve because I think they they have had no choice in how they're brought up. You know, I didn't choose three brought up the way I was brought up. I was hostage for you know, and a willing Hoste brainwashed hostage for eighteen years. And then fortunately, I got to go to college in expand my horizons and overtime. I got to be a not let a less crappy person overtime, hopefully, still Everyday's a struggle still continuing. So I wanna grant that space but also recognize that. That the next time. You know, there's one of these two MIR rice Trayvon Martin, whoever it is situations emphasize. I hope I hope conservatives. I hope you're granting this person, the, same empathy. You would grant the smiling Sandman kid. So I think that pretty much concludes everything I wanted to say about this. I maybe there was a little more to say about toxic masculinity. Because when you look at the way they were cheering. They were doing their basketball spirit. Cheers, and they, you know to be fair once again to be fair to the facts because I think it is important..

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"hoste" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"hoste" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Well, maybe I mean, the the I guess the question is what would happen if you if you lost that disk, you know, if you had a a disk failure where you've written data. Now, you could assault that the discard where level would like a raid array or you could think about about taking that data and storing it somewhere else, we've given them contours for the basics of per meatiest. What are the scale ability issues of running a permit ius cluster? Well, actually that word is is that's the kind of the the crux of it there. There isn't really a concept of a permit. Atheist cluster raciest is one process that the that runs completely on its off. That's what makes it so easy to manage. So whatever it's doing has to has to fit in the the memory of the machine that you running on us to all of that, compression, I talked about that take CPU power. So that all has to fit on however, many CPU cores you've got and the guy oh Hoste has to be available from one machine. So that's I mean, there are there are ways to kind of what they call a federation of for me Theus to cascade to do roll ups from permeates the have full detail to like, less detailed view over multiple of them that that's that's the idea federation by the there isn't really a notion of a cluster and basically one permit assist as big as as one machine that you can get hold off to run it on. But if you write a bunch of data, and you never do anything with that data, then you end up with a ton of disks that you've horizontally scale. Filled out to holder data. Right. Yeah. So so typically you you configure per Macy's with a with a retention time. And it will delete data older than that. Yeah. That's that's kind of your choice. How much disk on a give it I think somewhere in the tens to hundreds of terabytes suet start getting painful distant manage disc- store in that way beverages to cortex. What is cortex? Yeah. So cortex is a horizontally scalable times he restore built on on permit ius and cortex aims to allow you to to run it as big as you need to that. That's what we mean by horizontally, scalable, each part can be multiplied and extended and it is also by design highly available. The all the parts are replicated. It works with long-term store stores designed for durability and massive scale, and it cortex is also..

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"hoste" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"hoste" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"But it is true that like your hormonally, you can hold on the way when you have spiker, and it's for sure. Yeah. So it's a combination. There's no doubt that that paleo shit or the Kito stuff does take weight off people all of them work. Yeah. A lot of times I say Kito works because you're not as hungry somehow the fat when you first start your little hunting because by getting used to it. But once you your body is in ketosis, which is up for to get their takes forever. But once it is then your body. It just you know, it's burning fat. Have you been in ketosis? Have you done that where you I mean, I was Kito for. I mean strict Kito for six months, but if you talk to like, the Kito king who was on fucking Rogan's, forget his name. Yeah. Critics say could take like a year and a half to get his in. Then you can get out of ketosis view certain things every time. I actually these guys low carb like the low carb high fat high protein, you're going to lose weight. I don't need to be sure toast is sure lack I'm not only that if every time I hear these people talk about diet and everybody has their own idea. They always forget something. First of all, I don't give a fuck and third. How about the? Fact that food is a great joy of life. So how about some moderation? And so what say the greatest Brian. I agree. I would say the great one apple pie. Skews Hoste can never have sex again or never have food again. Fucking food. I agree with you. I do I thi- slice of pizza. That's a really good question for food sex or food like like, so so you're you can only boring one-dimensional foods, and or you could just take a pill and get survive off the pill. That's your fucking New Orleans or you can have feast, I guess, so if you could never have sex, you probably get fat as fuck why? Because you eat that energy has to go somewhere Jack off. Yeah. You could Jack off like a madman. I now I'd rather. Miss sex. You'd be safe. Here's the thing the sex. Let's say in your in your prime, and you have to you know, your prime. Right. So let's say. Let's say come on, bro. The listeners know, so let's say let's say you're like in your thirties in your prime, right? Twenty twenty right. And you're just Boston nuts. And you got a dime piece. And you just got nothing do all day. But fuck, yeah. How many nuts? Can you get off? Not. Let's be real list. Not that much. Let's say five at the most vitamin Supachai most I would say three three is probably more realistic four if you're just sir hump a lot. And that's four doesn't last. That'll be a day. That'll be an announcement say that fucking day that would be tough. Yeah. Why looking like that Jif for even three days? So most of them ever done was five in a day. Optum, four jeez. Yeah. But, but when you bust that forth worth like this. Dust dust rose. Thank you, dick coughs. No, take it spits goose. And you're just goes. It's barely any. Don't go. Don't you? Coughs? We if you're old. No, it just goes. Yours comes out like powdered milk. Your comes nothing. Yeah. I mean sex is very temporary. You know, it's it is somebody said I heard average time heard this woman at gold's gym these two in real professionals with impossibly fake tits. Love it, and they were hookers and one of them said, well when sex is good it's five percent of the relationship when it's bad. It's ninety percent of the relationship was when it's really shitty. Like, you're like, what am I doing here? And it's all you think about but when it's really good. It's awesome. That's five percent thing about how much how much time during your whole day with a relationship you actually spent fucking whether we're in the rest of the time is hanging out for cooking talking having to deal with each other..

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Malaysia files charges against Goldman over 1MDB fraud

FT News

07:37 min | 3 years ago

Malaysia files charges against Goldman over 1MDB fraud

"Malaysian prosecutors are seeking criminal fines of over three billion dollars and prison. Terms against Goldman Sachs Bank is implicated in the country's long-running one MD scandal to employ ease at the Wall Street investment Bank or accused of bribing Malaysian officials to secure involvement in the auction of six point five billion in bonds for one MVP in two thousand nine hundred twenty thirteen two thirds of which was allegedly misappropriated. Stefania? Palmer has been covering the story for the F T and she spoke to Tom Brady threat about the latest developments. Stafani tell us about the Malaysian charges. How far do they mirror charges brought against the Goldman bankers by the US department of Justice last month? They're actually very very similar, and it kind of indicates Malaysia somewhat has piggyback on what the DOJ has already announced in terms of charges. They target similar bankers. It's Tim lice ner. And Roger it's also the same some two point seven billion dollars. That is what the do j said was misappropriated from the bond. Proceeds issued by want him to be an arranged by Goldman. The judge said they were used to essentially bribe Malaysian officials, and that is the same points made by the Malaysian attorney general so it definitely seems like the DOJ announcement really helped Malaysia kickoff its own proceedings in a far bigger way far bigger than what we've seen so far so one of the buying because you mentioned Tim listeners in the US and his cooperating with the Justice department probe the other way. One Roger owned is in Malaysia and being detained that right? Exactly. So he tried to appeal he tried to acquire the rights of bail. But he was denied this rice. According to the local press and local court filings. And one of the main reasons was thought the judge said there was a risk that he might abscond and that could be obviously problematic. Also because the US has requested an extradition for Roger ten. We're still pending. This extradition hearing that Hoste happen in Malaysia. But for now Roger remains in remand, and essentially was arrested in Malaysia remains in custody. The one person that we haven't mentioned so far as Joe low is he in folded in this. He was the guy the center of the scandal. But we haven't heard or seen from him for quite some time. Exactly. So Jolo remains at large even though he was technically never employed by one MD beam. He definitely is deemed to be at the heart and the key architect of this entire frauds. He was. One of the people that was accused and was charged in the charges issued by Malaysia on Monday. But a spokesperson of deluge sense. A statement saying that's he believes he's not guilty. And that he doesn't want to deal with governments like Malaysia which she thinks or essentially targeting him for political purposes, we have no idea where he is. We can't say there are strong rumors that he might be in China. But this still has not been confirmed how to Jolo and Goldman tied together in this whole I on you. So essentially, Joe low has always been seen, according to court filings on also charge sheets that were distributed by the DOJ as being a very very close figure to some of the bankers, especially in licensing in Goldman. And they were always deemed to be together. Whether it was very important meetings. Allegedly Jolo was also sitting in some meetings with the former head of Goldman. Look blankfein as we also reports it, but Jolo has always been seen as the key figure linking one empty be to Goldman especially to bring about these financial transactions and house Goldman so responded to these latest stuck his ations. They say they obviously do not agree that they will continue fighting these accusations and that they're trying to cooperate as much as they can with authorities. You recently interviewed unwell Ibrahim who's expected to be Malaysia next prime minister. And he expressed his Gusta the way Goldman behave towards his country and suggested negotiations should be undertaken to recoup a substantial amount of losses. Let's hear clip from that interview. To do this all of Shinn's. That no, of course, demanding the commission to be done. But. Negotiations. Jinyu because the complicity woman sex has inactive faked been use by do I I'm db to give some sort of clubs to them, and therefore is a cost to the country. So positively to give all subsidy negotiations will begin Koop a substation among the losses to be given back to the people of this the scandal of the missing funds, of course, his wider than the bone sailing in question, how much money altogether, does Malaysia believe was stolen from the country's state investment fund. And what do we know about where the money went so allegedly four and a half billion dollars has gone missing from one MD be on it just found stir around a number of Bank accounts, all over the world and ended up being used for buying things. Like, custom jewelry more producing Hollywood movies as we know. Just like Bo the wolf of Wall Street, for example, ironically, also to bike very very expensive works of ours or luxury real estate, so what really makes this situation. What distinctive is the cross-border nature of? It's the intricacy of the network that was created to embezzle and siphon off these funds. But also just the vast array of objects dots were bolts with the money. They was one MTV's the scandal. Brought down the government of Nnaji Razzaq who founded the fund in two thousand nine he's facing his own charges. Although he denies any wrongdoing. Do you think the change of regime means the scandal will now be fully investigated? Absolutely. I mean after the elections in may was released night and day change in Malaysia. When it comes to addressing the one MD investigation. I mean under an Brazil took the people that were starting to investigate the one MD be affair while he was still in power lost their jobs. He moved them away from their responsibilities and also the Swiss attorney general, for instance, because Switzerland. It is also one adress diction that is investigating one MD because money has ended up also in Switzerland allegedly. The Swiss attorney general also made the point thoughts as soon as he met with the new attorney general and the new government in quality poor. It was a completely different reporter if pre elections in may it was hard to get Malaysia to collaborate in any way. Now, it's the key priority for the current ruling coalition. So I'm sure that there will be a for stronger efforts to dig deeper into the win him to be a fair, and how much more is the left to be uncovered. 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"hoste" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

Waking Up with Sam Harris

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"hoste" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

"And so your being a a female performer put you on the radar of religiously conservative people who then made your life miserable that yes an end. And their the reasoning was that they consider music to be unacceptable. They consider music, they consider music to be very low profession profession that is engaged with by prostitutes and dishonorable people and people would often say you come from good family. You know, why are you engaging in such a such a immoral and dishonorable profession, and I remember I think I was eleven twelve years old. And you know, we used to have these sort of delegations of men would come to our house and try to talk sense into my father say, you know, we don't even allow boys to engage in this profession. What are you doing dragging your girl into this? And he was. He would always show them the door. He would never K. And he would always say, look, this is my daughter my decision, and you people just you leave you you you get you have no jurisdiction a war. And my grandfather on my father side, also lived enor- where he was one of the first immigrants from Pakistan to come to Norway to work. He's very very very religious, very conservative. He helped build several of the mosques in Norway and very loved and respected in no away. So, you know, so when people had when they struggled with my father than they would go to my grandfather saying look, she's bringing shame on the entire community. She is leading girls astray by showing them that you know, they can do things like this and this Hoste disaster, stop stop him. And he wasn't able to do that. And then eventually, you know, people start to coming to me in the streets of of all slow, you know, people pulled knives on me. I was gone. I was attack that my own concerts people. Try to duct me from my own schools. It became. Very very difficult than an you're a teenager at this point. Yeah. Yeah. And you know, my my my mother always gets really upset whenever she thinks about this. 'cause she she's she's like, you know, because I remember when we made the decision know shoe sitting at the kitchen table, and she sat me down as she said. Look, do you understand that we can no longer protect you? Do you understand that we can no longer keep you safe? And that you're gonna have to go and our member going. Yes, I do understand that, you know, in my heart breaks of at the time was I mean, obviously, I was afraid of what was going on. And also knows afraid for my family because they were you know, they stood by me, and they paid a heavy price for that. You know, they were completely isolated and sort of pushed out by by the rest of the community. But, but you know, they still they still chose me instead of the community. And but I remember her just, you know, having to send her child away, you know, and still to this day. She gets really. Really sad when she thinks of that time, you know, and my brother lost his esta. I mean, we didn't have means of communicating like this back then so it was really hard. You need. I left my career. If my friends if my life left, my family left everything behind so it was hard as you pointed out. It's it's amazing that you had to leave a western society. Yeah. This is not leaving Pakistan Afghanistan, which would be understandable being..

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"hoste" Discussed on Drink Champs

Drink Champs

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"hoste" Discussed on Drink Champs

"Raise. A Columbia, Joyce. Joyce Colombian join as what I looked at us. Got race kids. Would leave when the rain came? Oh, we don't do that. We got. We stand in for of stop one, and we still say we the bridge didn't not the time. And that time the only time that was he was doing the board, your chest. Can't remember what he was the real Denzel Washington from he said, he says that he says. Yeah, he's he's doing movie. Honest, a lot of movie. I'm gonna be honest with you. I got. I'm agreeing with it. I saw no, because infront of forty one twelve. Of this Capone building and it's the only thing that covers you. Yeah, yeah, little the little thing that you walk in front of the I'm in for today. I'm like all these. They don't wanna come on side him. I, I. Because I. Wholesale on. Now they wholesale, listen, I'm going to for you go, you sitting there and I'm like, oh, okay. And I'm here. Each uptick put. The fuck is this came not looked, and it was it was you and your pop. And that was one of the only time we had a chance to have it to two. So reloaded rain Ray was. I tell my wife. Listen, I I said, you'll at first I was killed. This is this is crazy shit. Speak. This is going to. Immediately that man, you came over to us. He said something to component because it was like some kidney do, I think do we came over there? Can you do poem pops obviously, and they just said something. And I'm just sitting there. I'm gonna let nobody knows who the fuck. I just there. Understeer and look, and I realize how discipline you were. Because I was really book. And you were just like, you looked and I can tell every pass caught was like. To you just like looked at you and I was like, is the way there's no way discipline that man is not gonna make you fall my mind. For sure. You did exactly. Kid you my son, my son because I. Sorry. I know you've been a world purse piece to me and he said the Masa ego, every basketball player in the world. Fight a, what. All the. What. Him. On anybody. This was famed goes singles, but then oldest son or idea. My oldest not seen what's up. He goes. Yeah, I know. But that's real shit man. Like you know, for me to see your success for me to see you, you know, that makes me a better person. It makes me a better individual better person that that think wise because it knows that me you Capone having we gotta keep spreading that from our town off place. Yeah, you can be bigger than even us. I mean, when y'all doing. Doing your thing. I wanted to be just like, I ain't gonna lie, you know, and I always brought there because it's like it was the only reference point I had. It was all deed CNN. Nice came as a bunch of others to, you know, right school ball. I did because these guys everybody rat. The album recorded scruple Hoste is my brother-in-law. Scruple as. Yeah, it was crazy, but yeah, but you know, it was just like there's this spy when when I made all my friends want to be like, they want to be like them for real also happen. I should've just stayed markets..

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"hoste" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"hoste" Discussed on Movie Crush

"All right stream this. Everyone. And then comet card, I'm going to tell you a movie. I watched recently that you can stream now from last year Academy Award, nominee hostels did you see that? No. Christian bale western. Oh, Hoste. I thought you meant the one with the chainsaws and the drills and the European tourists hostile. Oh, no, no, not hostile Siles. No, no. Do you like western? I do. All right. I would check it out if I were you if you don't like westerns than just go into out this different kind of western, it's story is Christian. Bale is a a soldier. I guess a union soldier postwar who is been tasked by the president orders from the president of the United States himself to take a a dying native American chief in a warrior, believe a Cheyenne warrior and his family back to his homeland in Montana. It is set at a time. This movie where you are. In the movie has a lot. It's it's sort of kind of the point of the movie and a lot of ways of. The reparations to what we had done to the native Americans and even back home in early understanding of like, wow, this was really fucked up what happened and we need to sort of try and repair this in certain ways. One of the ways is returning this chief to his homeland Christian bale is very much what you would call a hater of native Americans because he fought in many wars against them and saw many of his friends, brutally murdered and battle by native Americans. Although it's very complicated movie because it's not black and white. He himself. He said at one time took more scalps than sitting bull because Christian bale was a fierce warrior in battle. So it's there's a lot wrapped up here and a lot to unpack Rosamund pike is great in it. She comes along in the journey. I won't spoil how they get hooked up, but she ends up on this journey with six or seven American soldiers taking this family. I think it's the. Warrior chief played by west duty who was great in this movie. I think his son and maybe daughter-in-law and grandkids. I think they're like four or five of them and. It's just the treatment also stars, ROY Cochran. Jesse Plemmons been foster some of my favorite character actors and it's just interesting. It's interesting how they portray the relationship of these soldiers to the task at hand, which they initially don't wanna do things kinda change over the course of the movie. The relationship evolves, it's brutally violent, and it's the backdrop of the American west where ten of anything goes, they could be attacked by an native Americans. They could it be attacked by for traders. They could be attacked by anybody at any moment and our and covers PTSD in, you know, like you never think of PTSD in these old school like civil war, native American war films. And one of the characters were Cochran is clearly experiencing PTSD from his time in the navy American wars and kind of rare to see that kind of thing covered in a west. Not. I mean, I say not a ton of dialogue, plenty of dialogue, but a lot goes unsaid in the movie. Lot of quiet moments. It's not Boone Fiji. I found it to be a very, very interesting different kind of western. So I highly recommend hostels especially if you're into westerns. Have you been watching Westworld? Nope. Cool. You like it? Yeah, I do. It's one of those shows though that like y'all must have to listen to some sort of supplementary material really out there really as as one particular podcast called decoding Westworld that gives you an episode by facade kind of breakdown and some questions, and some things they think are bullshit. And some things they think are interesting, Easter eggs, but it is a show that rewards you if you give it a chance. Yeah, I'm not quite sure where it's heading and it hasn't things that are kind of ridiculous, but there are a few moments of just poetry in that show that it's a lot of cool things. Yeah, it's good. I've been holding out. I watched the first episode when it came out and liked it. Okay. And then just sort of got busy, but it happens back. All right. We're gonna finish up with five questions on the comet card. Benji Giusseppe says, what do the initials AC and other initials at the end of people's names during the credit mean?.

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"hoste" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"hoste" Discussed on No Agenda

"But it is it is important because these are women's issues women are getting screwed over we and we all want you hillary loss because of men so now we so there's the to me i think it sunny hoste hosting sunny hosted who's the republican and you're asking me yeah i know crazy doesn't matter it'll be very apparent who's who i found this this entire conversation just fanned tastic from a split universe alternate universe dimension a dimension be perspective some reasons as to why was she overlooking stuff this was the most unimpressed i've been with hillary clinton every time i see her doing interview i'm waiting for a moment where she just doesn't blame anyone but herself and knowledge is why they lost you can imagine this is getting other ladies on the view kind of riled up the reason why she lost her foreign policy at the state department was a disaster intervention in libya led to terrorist havens and the infiltration of isis my my head was going would you say this on the view she picked bad vice presidential candidate she didn't do groundwork in states like wisconsin in states like michigan states like pennsylvania she lied to people she made the decision to live clues about how about people well let's let's not put lies in compare movie goldberg defending hillary about lying she lied she email server she completely lied but you can't say that according to we'll be now the line i just can't handle go ahead.

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"hoste" Discussed on Good Job, Brain!

Good Job, Brain!

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"hoste" Discussed on Good Job, Brain!

"For just last year if i'd known about this earlier i would have gone out of my way i wanna go there i wanna go there and drink some did you find out how much the town sold for like stuff by town go for these days i have to look at this i think it was like three hundred thousand dollars now i gotta say portable for a whole town seems pretty the house up and thinking about getting a town the opening bid it might be more i'm not sure how much actually may have been secret too what would i do if i had my own a pizza shop you know it'd be real yeah i don't have to live oh yeah you would open up shell head pizza you know wherever wyoming ovulation yeah off ninja turtles it'd be banned holes samarai titles all the way up to wyoming to get you on the it infringement so yeah just do it turtles all right i have a jeopardy style quiz for you guys to ground this out you have your buzzers ready so the category name is fantastic all the answers contain the word fan i slew they don't tell you that on jeopardy you got you got to you need you need to know sometimes alec hoste likes pellet like all these answers has start with a letter d sometimes they don't get it out of the question and he's just like as a reminder of these answers don't make me tell you again all right buzzing it buzzing in jeopardy for that yes all right for two hundred.

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"hoste" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"hoste" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"I mean you too drew like it's all actually pretty got damn sad if you don't laugh at just the sheer redness of side you hear what i just said yeah i mean moving construction workers is live that he held himself hoste gets gb and also have been four diabetic komo's and also it was math it was pills well it's up and down but no it is funny maybe you feel that way too like i what happen when my brother is just like a fucking tragedy but like my uncle mark who i am now going to call ankle he owns his own business has for years he's a fucking pillar of the community you know he's a truck driver he hits eats pork chops every day he's on his third heart no matter and she it i'm trying like uncle merle he's a farmer you know he's a good old boy now a few of them though randy was fucking redneck for i mean he still is but he was you know tater and but now he's doing pretty good let me think now most of them are doing all right it's really just my brother yeah thanks i'm never squeezed allom i never squeeze the line that's so much better a huge unreal different but have figured it out like one of my aunts been married a lot but gosh she's married to now they've been together for over a decade and he's her fucking ron my uncle don who was married to my kathy he i think i've told you about him he came between two boys that are having a disagreement over their land and the one oh boy went to shoot his brother and shot manco don in the head bullet don't hit well he lived but he has severe brain damaged from it and because of so he's got a tattoo on his wrist because.

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"hoste" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"hoste" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"I didn't take that speech on the road and take it to different communities differing state it looks like this present it isn't going to do that it looks like we'll have a state of the union it might be overtaken by this house memo out of it andrew margaret hoste reported earlier today the perhaps the president will surprise us on north korea and on foreign policy amazing he will change to this i would say normally state of the union ziege you get an embargoed copy somewhat someplace early you know we get an embargo copy shortly before the speech they'll embargoed copy said four subjects so i i would say there's going to be something obviously for reason it'll be some big surprise here during the deals also it's a normal court either always a laundry list and people tables like this afterward said the president needed an edited about who the president is and we always find out people actually like they like to see their president democrat or republican to this is what i'd like to do my biggest question going forward here he's gonna talk about a lot of things we talked about colonel justice form i dunno infrastructure democrats like that a lot of conservative republicans don't if it involves federal money right who's they're worried about the deficit this immigration deal maybe they will get a nice building in the senate senators central him went through this on obamacare last year a try to get that through the conservative house how many things will the president asked tonight and the how many relief what really follow through on an or those the things that divide republicans in an election year that's what they're nervous about on capitol hill joke they're worried about the majorities in your is going to keep pushing issues that divide his own party the daca folks in the audience i'd like to hear their perspective is right we should porter those folks out ask it would you urge would you urge your congressman abroad here to vote for.

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"hoste" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"hoste" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Transfer goods better than your economy runs hoste inroads auto government run interstate highway system facilitates interstate commerce there's trucks there's car nece right to be no amazon if there wasn't rush they come in and the right amazon didn't build the roads the government did so this is i'm reason we decided a different plan for yeah at and t had built a monopoly or in some other area and they said we can't have that monopoly going to break that up but will give you a a prize if you'll gun lift it's a publicspirited monopoly yeah and so you have this unique situation now at t then subsequently went on to be broken up into pieces and even a little thick i would need them on joining their euro i love them all my i'm glad you here to protect me because these kids told me to eat war so it's an interesting situation where in in the us the cables littering the ground belong to companies who were given government support to put them there so they were given a government granted monopoly as long as they were publicspirited now lot of that so which will fundamentally seen over the years as the fcc which was a custom regulatory body that was aware of these specific issues related to this technology rich market which is not something the ftc or any other a commission is able to handle and now that they've had all of the brakes so there's no responsibility for them to give back to the way this this move was kind of duplicated with the cable companies came along and said we want to do the same thing yet one hundred million that they gave him essentially.

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"hoste" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"hoste" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Transfer goods better than your economy runs hoste inroads auto government run interstate highway system facilitates interstate commerce there's trucks there's car nece right to be no amazon if there wasn't rush they come in and the right amazon didn't build the roads the government did so this is i'm reason we decided a different plan for yeah at and t had built a monopoly or in some other area and they said we can't have that monopoly going to break that up but will give you a a prize if you'll gun lift it's a publicspirited monopoly yeah and so you have this unique situation now at t then subsequently went on to be broken up into pieces and even a little thick i would need them on joining their euro i love them all my i'm glad you here to protect me because these kids told me to eat war so it's an interesting situation where in in the us the cables littering the ground belong to companies who were given government support to put them there so they were given a government granted monopoly as long as they were publicspirited now lot of that so which will fundamentally seen over the years as the fcc which was a custom regulatory body that was aware of these specific issues related to this technology rich market which is not something the ftc or any other a commission is able to handle and now that they've had all of the brakes so there's no responsibility for them to give back to the way this this move was kind of duplicated with the cable companies came along and said we want to do the same thing yet one hundred million that they gave him essentially.

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"hoste" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast

The Influencer Podcast

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"hoste" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast

"Austin well this one that i just sold on i can't officially talk about it until he finished shooting bray what i can lead to is it in the moms faith lowcock comedy like i've partner that in working on it she's a mom and she someone i met honestly way before we are moms we were touring the globe hosteing at film festivals and i met her and we're like oh my god un the film school oh my gosh you've been easy all my gosh you do this and we just bonded and so i'm really excited to be working with her on this she comes on she was a host of in she worked as a copy writer in house so she wrote commercials so it's a really merging together like the commercial branded content world with just straight up scripted short content it's going to be for facebook that's not the rare and that is going to be on facebook lovely but didn't buy it which hello facebook if you're listening clean bygone then this is going to be made exclusively for on facebook platform to is going to be like two three minutes i'm just really excited i it's really based on real experiences that a and my friend had is moms and we're hoping that other moms watch it and the message of israeli like hey guys were all in this together none of us our perfect none of us are winning at monning and law that it a little moments that seemed like you want to cry in hindsight work on sometimes grade right right that's like that and i'm really excited for when i can share it and once i'm allowed to i'm gonna be like it's going to be on my instagram i'll be into into the story of promoting id anna they'll be on facebook and i'll be sharing sharing in terms of other content i've created i put not all of it but the stuff that is right for the samsul much blog i put on a video section and when i was launching my blog um.

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