27 Burst results for "Huda"

"huda" Discussed on You Beauty

You Beauty

05:47 min | 5 months ago

"huda" Discussed on You Beauty

"One of the hardest things for me was definitely financially it was tough. I did not make a lot of money. I was not one of those bloggers to monetize properly. Still to this day, I'm not somebody who does a lot of paid posts. I felt like for me it just didn't fit. Sometimes do some sponsor things if they're brands that I love and I love the products we do them, but that's always been the case from the beginning till now. So I never made a lot. And that was really difficult for me in the beginning. To capitalize on her growing following, her borrowed $6000 from her sisters to launch a lash line in 2013, which, as I mentioned above, received praise from the likes of miss Kim Kardashian west, and then the line was picked up by beauty retailer, just a small beauty retail, huh? Sephora, Dubai. At the time, Sephora expected to sell 7000 units of the lashes in a year, but instead, all 7000 units sold in a week. Yes, awake instead of a Forbes reported that the retail sales hit 1.5 million that year and 10 million the Nick. So just a little bit of cash and success for all Tudor, being the clever and very savvy business load that she was. Hooda was determined to grow her brand internationally, and in 2015, huda beauty launched in the U.S. and continued to expand. Expand she did, and in 2017, the TSG consumer partners valued the company at wait for it. $1.25 billion. Yes, over a $1 billion, really, really making me regret giving up my beauty blog back in 2010, isn't it? Because obviously I would have had the same level of successes. Misses catan. Today, huda beauty offers over a 140 products in the brand from foundation, to conceal a lipstick eyeshadow brushes and more and of course lashes. She now even sells a range of fragrance and skin care under brand names, Kay Ali and wishful skin. In line with its roots, the brand has also kept its social media presence tries strong with over 52 million followers across Instagram. 4 million subscribers on YouTube and just a cool comment collected 7.4 million followers on the old ticket talk. That sort of growth in such a short amount of time is phenom. Hooda is ranked number one on the 2017 influencer Instagram rich list, and even though she doesn't do spawn con, she can make an absolute fortune if she did and was declared one of the ten most powerful influences in the world of beauty by Forbes magazine. She was chosen as one of the 25 most influential people on the Internet by Time Magazine in 2017, and in 2020, who was listed on fortune's 40 under 40. In 2021 so last year, just in case we're still like, oh, what year is it? Huda was ranked number one on at beauty influencer rich list, the girl has clearly been the busy making pots of money and being a very influential Las. And according to another report by Cosmo 5, huda beauty was the top beauty brand for the third year in a row in 2021. I didn't know exactly how they determined these findings, but they basically look at like a lot of data from social media followings and engagement and Google searches ATC. So I bet none of you realized just how successful and cult like and famous and wonderful this brand really was..

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"huda" Discussed on You Beauty

You Beauty

03:07 min | 5 months ago

"huda" Discussed on You Beauty

"And your birds and sometimes really obscure things that Bailey make it into the beauty category, but we talk about them anyway because we want to, they relate to us, we just love all things beauty and lifestyle and all of that jazz. I'm Kelly McCARRON when if you're fabulous hosts and because it's Thursday, I get to go rogue with the mic and do a deep dive on something I find wildly interesting in beauty land. In the hope that you will too. So today, buckle in, buckle in or buckle up. Whatever it is, I'm going to be giving you one of kells history lessons. There are real traits about huda beauty. They said to me, they were like, maybe you're going to be the next generation, Bobby Brown. And I was like, don't be crazy. I was like, that's insane. What are you saying right now? One of the reasons I wanted to start doing deep dives on some beauty brands is because I find it so fascinating and that a relatively short space of time. These brands develop these viral cult like statuses. Now to put things into perspective, I've deep dived on Charlotte tilbury and glossier before. Now both of them are huge brands and we will link those apps in the show notes because a lot of people seem to enjoy them. I got some DMs about it. But did you know that if you just looked at Instagram as an example of the level of fame that these brands have? Charlotte tilbury has 4.4 million followers and glossier is sitting at 2.6 million followers. On Instagram, huda beauty has almost 50 million followers on the app. How wild is that? I've been obsessed with her eyeshadow palettes for years now. I collect most of them, they're not cheap, like they're definitely not on the saving side of things, but I've definitely recommended some of her products before. So as I said, I do collect them and I stand by the opinion that her rose gold palette is one of the most beautiful and universally flattering eyeshadow palettes of all time. It's just stunning. Google it, have a little look of it. You probably want to order it. You won't regret it though because they're creamy, they're buttery. They go on like a dam to light. But huda beauty's actually most famous for their eyelashes and no surprises got a little a little boost. When the Kardashians started using them and raving about them. But let's go back to the beginning first, shall we? Before you move on to how the Kardashians helped, the woman behind her beauty is huda kattan, an American businesswoman and makeup artist who first dipped her brush into the makeup world back in 2008 often majoring in finance. After university, she moved to Dubai to be with her family where she got a job in recruiting, but like many people lost it a year later during the 2009 recession and found herself without an income. So who to decided to focus on a career that she genuinely loved. She was like stuff this finance business. She went to make up school in LA, returned to Dubai and started her hooda beauty beauty blog in 2010 where she began to generate a following that loved her makeup tutorials and.

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Tunisian President Fires Prime Minister After Violent Protests

BBC Newsday

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Tunisian President Fires Prime Minister After Violent Protests

"To speed with what's happening in Tunisia major unrest over the last few days, the country's president has now announced the suspension of parliament. And the dismissal of the prime minister after violent protests broke out in several cities over the government's handling of the covid pandemic and the ongoing problems with unemployment and the economy. President Chi Saeed said on Sunday he would assume executive authority with the assistance of a new prime minister. However, the Tunisian parliament speaker has accused the president of launching a coup against the Constitution. Well for more. I've been speaking to Huda Was Yodit research in Tunisian affairs from the University of Toronto in Canada. Have to say I wasn't surprised because this has been like an open secret in Tunisia with a lot of people talking about the possibility of what President I say it. Maybe stage in some kind of what they call a constitutional cool, according to some constitutional experts, even though some others who know that would disagree with the label, But I think this is a moment that opportunity that is very critical when a lot of people They seem to be extremely worried and concerned that what side has done might lead to a part of some kind of dictatorship or some kind of could similar to what happened in Egypt. Others are quite you know, happy because especially the ones are very until mother Because of the way that the political class has been dealing with them. How economic situation but also the health places with carpet so in a way, because it's very popular with a lot of them so They felt that he, in some ways, you know, reigned in all the ills that has been generated by by the change in Parliament, in particular how it is run by the Islamist party. Another and this is

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"huda" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

The Celtic Exchange Podcast

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"huda" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

"Looks like he's getting a short son on just rate lights less. So i think awkwardness eight eight hawks. Tradition quit. Withdrawn seems about introverted. that's fame contains. All those things are great three. I think a drop The shoe many different facets hit as our global brand hit up terminology but through your voice at different elements to the rather than just purely being a coach in dealing with media the one thing. I'm weary of as who abrasive post to kogo. Seems to be and how that may affect his relationship with what the board. I can only him. He's already stated it wants and needs and he's going to govern that otherwise. Why we the job. I hope he hasn't taken this job one just because it celtic with any green. What being done also thank team in of the whole. Latin is norbert huda jason season tickets in pogo becoming. Common knowledge absolutely stinks so the slipping sat in on the who dejection what titled. thanks on. we all should not quick out till it was all. Can i move on a full. Where you have in. Our plan is great..

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"huda" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

The Celtic Exchange Podcast

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"huda" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

"Looks like he's getting a short son on just rate lights less. So i think awkwardness eight eight hawks. Tradition quit. Withdrawn seems about introverted. that's fame contains. All those things are great three. I think a drop The shoe many different facets hit as our global brand hit up terminology but through your voice at different elements to the rather than just purely being a coach in dealing with media the one thing. I'm weary of as who abrasive post to kogo. Seems to be and how that may affect his relationship with what the board. I can only him. He's already stated it wants and needs and he's going to govern that otherwise. Why we the job. I hope he hasn't taken this job one just because it celtic with any green. What being done also thank team in of the whole. Latin is norbert huda jason season tickets in pogo becoming. Common knowledge absolutely stinks so the slipping sat in on the who dejection what titled. thanks on. we all should not quick out till it was all. Can i move on a full. Where you have in. Our plan is great..

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"huda" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"huda" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"Way i thought about things. We need to get a tip from you about applying lashes. Because i still think there is a bit of a you know. People are a little bit nervous to try them or are they don't really know how to do it. What's your best application tip. Because i do feel like falsies are having a moment now. People aren't getting as many lash extensions and that kind of thing so they're trying out maybe and they haven't <hes>. Touch them awhile. I definitely <hes>. I think you have to find a good glue that you love and everybody likes different glues like some people love the house of lashes loon. That's like their holy grail. Some people have to do some people like you know. Love are black lou on for me. That's my holy grail. Just because it's i find lash fluids. Like how long do you have to wait for it to dry and a little bit. Tricky are as i like it because you just apply it right away. So i mean depending on your houston where you are. I know how much people like a lot to you. Have to find that you're comfortable with and then that for me is everything and then i think if you're a like a novice lash user cutting them is like one of the easiest things. I think people get scared but like just like mess around with them and try cutting them. Don't cut them too much in the beginning. Stick the pieces you on your eyes lashes there. I feel so expensive. If people are afraid to cut them but eh you can definitely reuse them. Keep them. I like even though like i pay costs. Five for the ashes. I hate runaway are used and abused until they fall out that you actually have some really good tiktok cleaning false lashes which i was really into seeing there like this macro lens and showing like how you do it. I was like this is great info.

Eyelash Tips With Huda Beauty Founder Huda Kattan

Breaking Beauty Podcast

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Eyelash Tips With Huda Beauty Founder Huda Kattan

"Way i thought about things. We need to get a tip from you about applying lashes. Because i still think there is a bit of a you know. People are a little bit nervous to try them or are they don't really know how to do it. What's your best application tip. Because i do feel like falsies are having a moment now. People aren't getting as many lash extensions and that kind of thing so they're trying out maybe and they haven't Touch them awhile. I definitely I think you have to find a good glue that you love and everybody likes different glues like some people love the house of lashes loon. That's like their holy grail. Some people have to do some people like you know. Love are black lou on for me. That's my holy grail. Just because it's i find lash fluids. Like how long do you have to wait for it to dry and a little bit. Tricky are as i like it because you just apply it right away. So i mean depending on your houston where you are. I know how much people like a lot to you. Have to find that you're comfortable with and then that for me is everything and then i think if you're a like a novice lash user cutting them is like one of the easiest things. I think people get scared but like just like mess around with them and try cutting them. Don't cut them too much in the beginning. Stick the pieces you on your eyes lashes there. I feel so expensive. If people are afraid to cut them but eh you can definitely reuse them. Keep them. I like even though like i pay costs. Five for the ashes. I hate runaway are used and abused until they fall out that you actually have some really good tiktok cleaning false lashes which i was really into seeing there like this macro lens and showing like how you do it. I was like this is great info.

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"huda" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"huda" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"huda" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"huda" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"We're going to get you to travel back in time q the dream sequence music. . Tell us about your earliest beauty memories as a child, , my earliest beauty varies. . Okay. . So we we didn't grow up with a lot of money. . So I, , didn't necessarily have a lot of makeup growing up. . So I actually remember it by might earliest memories for all diy is like legit all we were doing my first thing that I ever learned was like Lebanon like using like lemon juice to like get rid of dead skin and things like that. So . that was always my thing it was like my sister told me you put a little bit of brown sugar like a half of a lemon and you scrub your body. . And it was like really is the best thing. . I. . I was like Oh. . My God I am like a beauty ker because I know how? ? I felt like I like secret. . That's hilarious because I know you're videos like you do so many hacks you've been hacking since like age age I love Ed out really truly and so where where did you grow up? ? Where was your family living? ? So we grew up actually in the south in Tennessee so I am like southern it's funny my parents are. . Immigrants, , where my family immigrated sue from Iraq to America, , but my sister and I moan and I were born in. . Oklahoma. . We moved to Tennessee bet I feel more southern than anything else. . Yeah. I. . . Loved growing up in the south. . It's very sweet there. . You know it's very I feel like things are a little bit slower but they were very sweet. . Also, , very simple. . Do you have a favorite country music artist Hooda? ? I feel like everybody likes tonight I train. . Some very sad song. . It's not true. . It's true. . Little E bickering I. . I know that <hes> you know you didn't really vocal and talked openly about like not fitting in feeling like you didn't fit in as a kid in your hometown like, , can you tell us about that because like so many people can relate to that yeah, , and I think it's like sometimes it's a matter of like the way you love. . Just like you know feeling different <hes> and for meal is kind of both of those things so. . We grew up in a pretty much, , very small town violinist city actually when I was in university but group in town my entire life <hes> pretty much. . So it was always like very, , very small, , very intimate, , but it was also you know very white and I always felt like an outsider one because my parents <hes> we always have a lot of money in my dad always tried to put. . His better parts of the city and so it was like you know when we were living in less affluent places or like places that were more challenging it was like I felt more like I said, , and then when we moved into places where we could go to better schools, , it's hard. . Sometimes I definitely felt like some kids to be really mean it was definitely probably not like I feel like. . My child is actually I don't have very good memories than I don't like going back in time. . It's funny because people like let's take a trip down memory lane. . I'm like I don't want to you know I feel like all of those things that I worked through were actually shedding all those those like those beliefs that I had about myself. . I had so many really like sad like endow for bots about myself like pretty much to about twenty six you know so I actually don't come. . Very much I don't like it. . We'll do it I don't watch. . A lot of people I think can relate on this topic and we did have a question from one of our listeners and our private facebook chat room. . Her name is jasmine shuttered jasmine and she said, , hey, , jasmine who says she has a question for you. She . said as a fellow by cultural Iraqi I really wonder what it was like for her to grow up between. . Two cultures and weather. . She's felt any cultural pressure or received any backlash when becoming such a prominent figure as she had to make any sacrifices adopt herself is it something? ? You're strategic about? ? I. . Totally. . Get why. . That's such an important question because we live my sister, , it was really profound for me. . It was like I felt like I was living my life forever like this. . We don't like it was it was I'm not what I think I. . Am I'm not what you think I. . Am I think you see Cayenne and that's the truth you know. . It's like it's we have these thoughts about what people think about us where people expect from us and we live according to that I remember seeing my parents and I remember seeing the way that they were living I just remembered not wanting to do a lot of things that they were doing and it's just it's hard especially when you become a popular person in your person in the public eye. . Like living according to people like their opinion, , you will never win and so at a certain point, , you just have to think about what's more important. . That's always going to probably be important but what is more important to you? ? It's important to think about like who do you who's living your life like whose life is it and yeah, , it's not easy to kind of make that sacrifice. . Think about like. . Well, , I'm going to go full force of make the decisions that I want and yeah, , and deal with the backlash and try to turn it off to ignore those people. . To not give them. . You know it's really hard. . It's not easy to do sometimes I literally I've I remember spending like I did this didn't connect to my phone for like a week and I was like you know what if it's important, , somebody will

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A Conversation With Huda Beauty Founder Huda Kattan

Breaking Beauty Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation With Huda Beauty Founder Huda Kattan

"We're going to get you to travel back in time q the dream sequence music. Tell us about your earliest beauty memories as a child, my earliest beauty varies. Okay. So we we didn't grow up with a lot of money. So I, didn't necessarily have a lot of makeup growing up. So I actually remember it by might earliest memories for all diy is like legit all we were doing my first thing that I ever learned was like Lebanon like using like lemon juice to like get rid of dead skin and things like that. So that was always my thing it was like my sister told me you put a little bit of brown sugar like a half of a lemon and you scrub your body. And it was like really is the best thing. I. I was like Oh. My God I am like a beauty ker because I know how? I felt like I like secret. That's hilarious because I know you're videos like you do so many hacks you've been hacking since like age age I love Ed out really truly and so where where did you grow up? Where was your family living? So we grew up actually in the south in Tennessee so I am like southern it's funny my parents are. Immigrants, where my family immigrated sue from Iraq to America, but my sister and I moan and I were born in. Oklahoma. We moved to Tennessee bet I feel more southern than anything else. Yeah. I. Loved growing up in the south. It's very sweet there. You know it's very I feel like things are a little bit slower but they were very sweet. Also, very simple. Do you have a favorite country music artist Hooda? I feel like everybody likes tonight I train. Some very sad song. It's not true. It's true. Little E bickering I. I know that you know you didn't really vocal and talked openly about like not fitting in feeling like you didn't fit in as a kid in your hometown like, can you tell us about that because like so many people can relate to that yeah, and I think it's like sometimes it's a matter of like the way you love. Just like you know feeling different and for meal is kind of both of those things so. We grew up in a pretty much, very small town violinist city actually when I was in university but group in town my entire life pretty much. So it was always like very, very small, very intimate, but it was also you know very white and I always felt like an outsider one because my parents we always have a lot of money in my dad always tried to put. His better parts of the city and so it was like you know when we were living in less affluent places or like places that were more challenging it was like I felt more like I said, and then when we moved into places where we could go to better schools, it's hard. Sometimes I definitely felt like some kids to be really mean it was definitely probably not like I feel like. My child is actually I don't have very good memories than I don't like going back in time. It's funny because people like let's take a trip down memory lane. I'm like I don't want to you know I feel like all of those things that I worked through were actually shedding all those those like those beliefs that I had about myself. I had so many really like sad like endow for bots about myself like pretty much to about twenty six you know so I actually don't come. Very much I don't like it. We'll do it I don't watch. A lot of people I think can relate on this topic and we did have a question from one of our listeners and our private facebook chat room. Her name is jasmine shuttered jasmine and she said, hey, jasmine who says she has a question for you. She said as a fellow by cultural Iraqi I really wonder what it was like for her to grow up between. Two cultures and weather. She's felt any cultural pressure or received any backlash when becoming such a prominent figure as she had to make any sacrifices adopt herself is it something? You're strategic about? I. Totally. Get why. That's such an important question because we live my sister, it was really profound for me. It was like I felt like I was living my life forever like this. We don't like it was it was I'm not what I think I. Am I'm not what you think I. Am I think you see Cayenne and that's the truth you know. It's like it's we have these thoughts about what people think about us where people expect from us and we live according to that I remember seeing my parents and I remember seeing the way that they were living I just remembered not wanting to do a lot of things that they were doing and it's just it's hard especially when you become a popular person in your person in the public eye. Like living according to people like their opinion, you will never win and so at a certain point, you just have to think about what's more important. That's always going to probably be important but what is more important to you? It's important to think about like who do you who's living your life like whose life is it and yeah, it's not easy to kind of make that sacrifice. Think about like. Well, I'm going to go full force of make the decisions that I want and yeah, and deal with the backlash and try to turn it off to ignore those people. To not give them. You know it's really hard. It's not easy to do sometimes I literally I've I remember spending like I did this didn't connect to my phone for like a week and I was like you know what if it's important, somebody will

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Arielle Korman, Mira Rivera

Judaism Unbound

04:58 min | 2 years ago

Arielle Korman, Mira Rivera

"Reo is the CO founder and executive director of a mood. She's a Jewish educator performer and perpetual student who is a former Fulbright research fellow and has taught at the national hoverer institute door to door tutoring and was the two thousand nine. Hundred thousand feature teacher at the Jewish singing retreat. Let my people sing Mirror Rivera is a board member of a mood where she also serves as resident rabbi. She has rabbinic ordination from the Jewish, theological seminary and services a rabbi at New York's Roman Nu- She has also board certified Chaplain Mirror. Rivera is also co chair of the Rabbinical Council of Jews for racial and economic justice. Jay. Fridge. And the CO founder with Rene L. Hill of Harlem. Have Ruta a brave space for Jews of Color Allies and co-conspirators in partnership with the Community of Saint Mary's Episcopal Church a professional dancer with the Martha Graham Dance Company before rabbinical school she taught hundreds of New York City Public School children through the National Dance Institute Arielle Cormon Mirror Rivera, welcome to Judaism unbounded. So great to have you. Here, thank you. We're really excited to talk about a mood. It's such an interesting and important project. I'll give a little bias in that. I'm really interested in this in particular because I've been on the board of Sfar for many years, which is the issue of the Torah Academy, the Talmud Academy for lgbtq folks are that comes out of the Experience Lgbtq Q. Folks. It's probably a better way to say it and. When I first heard about a mood I was so excited to hear that there was something that seemed similar from edge use of color perspective. So it's something that I've really wanted to explore for a long time that both of us have and and we're really thrilled to finally have this opportunity. So Mirror I was wondering if we could start with a little bit of the origin story of a mood. In, two, thousand, eighteen, I was invited to be in the Selah Cohort fifteen of bend the arc four juice of color by Jews of color and there I met Ya McCoy will meet her the year previously. And part of that training. Was a study that we that she called. J O C. Tour Academy. And it was several afternoons where we would look text from an anti oppression lands, and at the end of that hurt I was sitting with you who the webster was hard the cohurt. We looked at each other and I said, why does this have to be only part of this training? We need this to be real, and so we started talking with start talking about that. So that was may of two, thousand eighteen. By June or July. Are Corman had come back from Israel at, pass it to you. I did a fulbright year in Israel I live in. Jerusalem and when it came back, I became involved in. J. Fridge which is to cherish on economic justice. And Colored. Caucus. Part of my involvement. J.. Fridge I was connected to Huda Webster An. I approached you Huta saying that I wanted to teach a small class on the politics of Hebrew pronunciation and I wanted to teach it for Jews of color of an Alexi that you're smiling because acid is immensely nerdy deeply nerdy. Added belts deeply important but you huda one up to me and he said what if instead of just having your class, we actually create a container for this kind of learning to happen more often. and. So that really launched the idea of. Jesus, Colored Tour Academy, which became a mood colored tour academy and we started out by a every other week having a person in the community, a Jewish person of color in a community teach whatever they wanted and we we started her first Beta run I'm really got to see what what kinds of topics were interesting. How did the groups of people showed up for different topics differ in and we basically got to conduct all this research We launched our first full year after the high holidays. This past fall in two thousand nineteen. And we just completed our first full year of classes. We got here because for as long as there have been Jewish. People color navigating predominantly white Jewish space the roots have been growing and deepening. People like you. Huda. Myself were able to found something like this because of all that work that had been happening. JESSOP. Color entering wet Jewish is being Jewish spaces and also getting to know one another.

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Alone, Together

Israel Story

03:40 min | 2 years ago

Alone, Together

"So you'll high, what was working on this piece like for you, what? Did you learn first of all I learned how difficult it is for community that so knit to separate itself all of a sudden like what valiant effort. They did to actually do that once they realize what was going on. And the price is heavy prices. They paid I learned how lockdown affects people very differently lockdown, not the same for a young couple with the one kid or a bachelor living alone or with some roommates, as it is for a mother of you know six seven thirteen kids. Another thing I learned. Is You know these people are very positive? Even when I talked to them, and I talked to remember, I talked to people who had very strong complaints. That's that's how I reached them. Even those people at the end. All of them felt it was very important to end with a positive message. Hopeful message that we can all learn to get along better and. They'll never complain. They'll say you know. It's very very hard, but So. That was really inspiring for me. Being myself stuck with three kids at home and much. Full of. Self pity. That story was produced by High May. Together with our amazing production intern Marie Huda. Ari Jacob wrote and performed the original music. We don't usually think the interviewees in our stories, but this times different since for many of them, talking to the media, especially to non Hundred d media isn't a trivial matter. So. Thank you willy. Dick Mantova Henny Judy near Hyme Teitelbaum. You the elite Menachem Tokyo Shag leak and many others who preferred to remain anonymous, a special thanks to a wicked Zana the national anti-racism coordinator for the Department of Justice, who was incredibly helpful throughout the process of putting this piece together. Before we sign off. Let's check back in with sergeant. Alex Smith the Home Front Command squad leader patrolling the streets of. His assignment like that of many other soldiers was really a bit strange. After all the deem, don't buy large. Go into the army. In fact, some of them are quite hostile towards the arm. So Alex wasn't sure how it would all go down I. Thought I would be getting things thrown at me or like getting shouted from the other side of the street stuff. Like what is the army doing? Hugh, get out of place. I can tell you that as soon as they see us coming there like and they put on the face mask or go to another place. So what do you do you go and knock on people's doors or where? How'd you? How'd you convey this information? No, we do not going to people's homes. We are going close to supermarkets to hospitals. Two clinics in how the hundred received the soldiers so far so good. We have not had any problems set. Like what are you doing you or what? Why is your army coming into a neighborhood? Not all. You're not the right I. Am not I am a secular you I I would say. And is this the first time that you've had significant interaction with with him? Yes, and say that it's nothing like I would have expected I. Not all the like for real are taking us the way we are and leading. Do what we are intending to do, which is to help them and they're cooperating. Also which I think is fantastic

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Haka and cultural appropriation

Native America Calling

07:00 min | 2 years ago

Haka and cultural appropriation

"The Haka is a part of Mari Culture. It's a type of movement that involves the whole body invoice New Zealand's rugby team. The all blacks performed a version of it at competitions around the globe here they are performing it in Japan during a match last year's Rugby World Cup. Many team members are Maury. What you'll hear is they're stomping their hands beating on their chests entice. On how. It's impressive to watch a Haka. Traditionally, it's not for entertainment. It's ceremonial has deep roots in multiculture. Of course, some people don't understand that and mimic anyway. A handful of Brazilian companies use the Haka in their corporate retreats. The Non Murray owner of Hakka training said he learned hawk. By watching videos of the all blacks rugby team. Another company huck Brazil performed the Haka at a Ted talks event such displays. Displays are drawing criticism from Murray people, and they're calling it cultural appropriation. We'll get more and what Hawk is and represents today. We are going to start off in new. Zealand joining us today by skype from Christ Church in South Island is cut Edina. Tell you to, and he is a cultural adviser, and he is Maori. Welcome to native America calling cut of please feel free to further. Introduce Yourself. He, he he he. He made keenum on Athena. Royal Amiga Kotel Kartal Teen Aquileia Lhasa. Choir here Julio or Tiki nor Knighthood Huda. Moon. Killer. Angry to have you here and so we say Haka in before we go any further. How do you like to describe it? A DESCRIBE IT AS A. Traditional ceremony that was formed traditionally by. Warriors before going to war. A Sierra Monitor trump. Please the. He of. War TOMATO INA. was also a former cy cop. The warriors before battle. at performed in. The different areas such as funerals as a way to express emotions. And it was also used as a way to. Win Strangers, come visit. It was a white make sure they were friendly. visit hasn't not enemies. That in probably pre colonization, the has changed a little bit and Would we do use it for? Entertainment purposes now. But the also that buried deep spiritual connection in traditional values associated with the Hutto. In when you're teaching, young people or young people are taught about this in a traditional sense What are they told what is happening because you're using your breath, you're using your body. You're using your your own personal sound What is taught to young people about why you do this in what it is, you're actually giving. So I think this probably two different forms of teaching now this the form of Hakka where you taught to try and intimidate the the opposition and Chevy Hafeez. Scary became. The. The the the other way where some people are taught. For entertainment purposes for competitions against other. Maori people. but as ways. To Euro has taught. That is very serious It's a very serious epsom is. you must take everything seriously you have to. Respect the the different deities that are involved. You You can't make fun of the hacker. You've got to respect your sisters who? Pass on the knowledge of the hookup. And at different tribes have different roles. whereas brought up, you can only do the hacker. With be a fate. And you hit Utah To. Slap you chased You're McCain. Make as much noise as you possibly came. In, so what does it translate to hookup? So these. Years. Does the Hukou as? Some people call it a pretty bored aunts were. A Warrior's dance, but then it depends on. The HAKKA! This is quite a few different Hukou. Hukou has its own unique. meaning. The I think the mice. Common Hacker around the world seems to be the one the all blacks. The. New Zealand rugby team. Comedy. So they'd say. was dedicated to. A woman, who headed, Chafe and a in the ground and a criminal put. And it expresses have the chief. was fearing death. And how? He didn't he had the sense of being of life again and in hell wants the live. The criminal was removed. He saw the the lady setting on top any saw the light. So this multiple different meanings different hugger. In so when you see it being performed by non-indigenous people, what are you witnessing? More often than not I see. non-indigenous people who think that it's funny. They they mock at culture by doing it. why see? Recently an in London. a lot of Kiwis are over there doing the Haka when the drunk which is quite offensive. It's. I'd say total lack of understanding. Tuttle of respect to air eight sisters in God's into a customs.

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"huda" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"huda" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"What do you think you were doing as beauty for one one, not nine one one? That's so funny That's something that was so happen. What do you think you were doing that differently because I either ten years ago, there were a lot of beauty.

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Huda Kattan Explains How She Became A Beauty Boss

Fat Mascara

05:34 min | 2 years ago

Huda Kattan Explains How She Became A Beauty Boss

"What do you think you were doing as beauty for one one, not nine one one? That's so funny That's something that was so happen. What do you think you were doing that differently because I either ten years ago, there were a lot of beauty.

Breakthrough Solutions for Anxiety, Depression and PTSD With Apollo Founder Dr. David Rabin

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:59 min | 2 years ago

Breakthrough Solutions for Anxiety, Depression and PTSD With Apollo Founder Dr. David Rabin

"This particular juncture in human history. We're in a very strange time because the most powerful evolutionary way that we express safety to one another is touching it hugs and now we're self isolate and so. How do we reconcile that? It comes out as your ability to what you were mentioning earlier. So I think I'll a big part of this is I think as you said four Sabbath. It's forcing us into a day of self reflection or three months of self reflection where this is an opportunity to be grateful for what we have and to figure out how to make. Sure this never happens again talk talk more about your research with psychedelics. And where you think this is all going so my research is ongoing presently I think going back to what we're talking about earlier with Eric handles emotional learning. I think Dr Rachel Yehuda who is an incredible researcher at Mount Sinai in the Bronx. Va took things a another step further from understanding just how Neuron Neuron structures and synapses change as we grow and learn and she actually started looking at markers on the DNA That are called epigenetics. So genetics. Dna means tends to mean in DNA when we talk about it means in the act's and Jeez that are literally the same in every single cell in our entire body except in our sperm cells for the most part however if all the DNA and all the genetic code in all of ourselves the same pretty much. How does a skin cell different for brain cell and the way the skins almost different from a brain cell is there little markings on the DNA that tell the skin? Hey Skin your skin don't make rain proteins and it tells the brain that hate your brain and your the specific part of the brain. Don't make skin proteins or any other proteins. Don't make sense for where you're located in your in the in the by albeit regulation right through epigenetics on the markers on the DNA. The answer was really passing. Rachel found that others have fat had echoed in the in the scientific sphere since then is that she found that a lot of hints that Trauma Causes Changes to stress in reward response genes a pass on overtime not only pass on overtime over the course of our lives but pass on over time generations in that ancestors of people or sorry ancestors of people who were in the Holocaust their children and great grand children and Grandchildren. As far as they went in the study they expressed similar the same. Epa genetic markings at correlated with. Ptsd as their parents who were traumatized and so then the next step was hey. Let's try this. Let's explore this a causal model in mice and they traumatize mice at very young age in a red those nights and they watch the genetic The expression marking patterns and they found that without a doubt there were significant changes to stress in reward response gene expression that occurred with that first trauma at a young age that were passed on for up to four generations a safe living before they were eventually or sorry at least four generations of safe living before they were eventually eliminated from the DNA so day ever raised these the the subsequent generations with the EPA genetic markers outside of their Genetic Pool in other words because you know we we always thought about g the one of the things about intergenerational transmission of trauma. It's something about the parent is emotionally transmitted somehow transmitted through the caretaking. They do any control like that. That's a great question I have to go back and look But I but but regardless. I think it is more realistic to not do that. Because that is not representative of what we experience in our lives. Typically in our in our lives when we're traumatized and we resolved their trauma. We do traumatize our children and so I think what's interesting in mice in mice you can. Actually you can look at all these different time points because mice don't have the same rights in our society that human humans do and you can section their brains and take samples. Dna over the course of you know all these different time points in their lives and see that you know when a mouse is born a young mouse born from traumatized parent That baby mouse before has been exposed to negative behavior from the parents still has the same or similar changes and so. I think what's most important about all? This is that trauma and a lot of the symptoms that we're experiencing as a result. Louis experiences result of trauma are not permanent. What this is showing us? Is that epigenetics. If these changes are in the EPA Genetic Code. That's a really good sign because epigenetics are modifiable by things that happen in our lives if trauma which can be defined in reductionist way as you know powerful negative intense meaningful experiences one or many and that EPA genetic changes that result in clinical expression of PTSD depression anxiety. And then we see people going through one. Two three extremely intense meaningful positive experiences with psychedelics or with amazing therapists and their symptoms are within with just three doses of medicine and a bunch of psychotherapy basically gone for years afterwards. That could only be the case if it was acting on the same part of the of the genome. And so because that's the only thing that lasts in our bodies for years and years and years passed onto roster so I think it works long right now. It's very exciting with maps and folks at Yale and in USC. And Dr Huda is. We're looking we're looking at is can psychedelic medicine. Using the proper way actually reverse the EPA genetic changes that result from trauma. And can we then use that? Study to explain how the sort of the interface between science and spirituality where where is where does healing her healing occurs by allowing ourselves to feel safe enough to heal and when we feel safe enough to heal. That's when the recovery nervous is on that's where the para sympathetic system gets resources diverted to ward it to facilitate. Hopefully what we will see as EPA genetic remodeling that restores recovery.

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Feminists: Huda Sha'arawi

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:07 min | 2 years ago

Feminists: Huda Sha'arawi

"Let's talk about who Shar rally. Who was born in eighteen seventy nine in Upper Egypt? She came from an affluent family. Her father was a wealthy Egypt. Noble who spent her childhood in an Egyptian Harem which kept women secluded and veiled the Harem system required women to live in their own private quarters separate an isolated for men. Many women within the HAREM system were denied access to education but who was educated early in life alongside her brothers. She learned Turkish Arabic and literature from private tutors. Who grew older? Her resentment increased. She wrote years later about the bitterness. She felt as a young girl. I became depressed and began to neglect my studies hating being girl because it kept me from the education I saw later being a female became a barrier between me and the freedom for which I earned at the onset of puberty who does no longer allowed to be seen by the sons of her family friends which she described as a painful experience. She noticed great attention that was paid to her brother which resulted in jealousy despite her envy. Who and her brother had a loving relationship and he later stood by her side while she fought against gender injustice at the age of Thirteen. Huda MARRIED HER COUSIN. A man forty years her senior. Who Does father pressure her into marriage insisting that her refusal would bring shame to the family. File Huta reluctantly agreed. Soon after she separated from her husband for seven years during this time Huda prioritized her independence diving back into her studies and venturing into activism. Huda wrote in her memoir. I intend to vocalise my pain and start a revolution for the silent women who faced centuries of oppression in her early adulthood who to begin organizing lectures bringing many women into public places for the first time in nineteen. Oh eight who founded the first Philanthropic Society run by Egyptian women which offered medical services for poor women and children who believed women run service? Projects challenged the view that women needed protection as a wealthy woman who to believe that the rich could solve the problems of the poor through charitable activities in nineteen. Ten Huda opened a school for Young Women. She focused on academics rather than the domestic skills that were typically taught to women at the time during the early twentieth century. The fight for women's rights gained momentum around the world in nineteen nineteen after World War. One many Egyptian women protested against British rule in Egypt and sought to use the national struggle to Harem practices. Who to let the masses in an effort that ultimately became known as the Egyptian Revolution of Nineteen Nineteen in nineteen twenty following the protests who was elected as the first president of the Waft Women's Central Committee a political body founded by Egyptian women three years later in nineteen twenty-three after returning to Egypt from a conference in Europe Huda threw off her veil outside the Cairo train station. She encouraged other women to follow suit and this became one of the first public rejection of the veil in Egypt soon thereafter who founded the Egyptian Feminist Union which sought to reform laws that restricted women for personal freedoms who to remain president of the Egyptian Feminist Union until her death in nineteen forty seven organizing and leading the fight for women's rights. In the new Egypt she died at the age of Sixty Huda reflected on her. Life's mission in her memoir. She said I believe that history repeats itself and for that reason. I am indebted to my namesake Huda Al-Shaarawi Egyptian feminist and the first woman in the Middle East who called for female

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"huda" Discussed on PUT IT IN THE AIR PODCAST

PUT IT IN THE AIR PODCAST

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"huda" Discussed on PUT IT IN THE AIR PODCAST

"Huda thirty six is `to per person the pharmaceutical all countries might want because they're making so much money off of anti wanted a doctors that are prescribing. These pills to people. So what was the war on drugs really about like now. It wasn't is Mike now because we have these poor white people dying. I'm from it yet or white people and White Mothers White Women Odeon firm opium now. It's the issue not only wanted to put a government funding. We'll be back at pedantic. We didn't get any nothing. reaganomics will push in the shade in our veins so now that you know we have white people allying in dying but also saying this epidemic but audit doing anything to control because why is that a real number. That's a real number I saw and I'm sure it's going to be increased. And yes they might be right. Now have thirty thousand nineteen eighteen. You probably going to have the ham so the thing is why like what like money. I mean we knowing the money but to supply that many pills. You're trying to turn your brain people. Take them by giving it to them. You know what I'm saying surgeries then you got the The mental illness. You know what I'm saying are laced. A lot of them are yeah even near. They don't isn't there not even taking what they're waiting for taking like mcmullan. For example you know hints going on. They're going off their his diller because his pills were lays now. I'm not saying that. He may know they were laced. But I don't know maybe had he known they were. He may not have taken the you know but I just think it's. It's the pharmaceutical companies. Just like I feel like you know with cancer is curious for all makes so much money. They they're going to count. You ahead is a recipe subpoena for this disaster. Like they know. Put a little bit of this. A little bit of this lose. This was going to happen to you. And this is how you're going to affect your community. This is on purpose. So we just big women about this movement and we're seeing growth like everyone's notice it's not just us in this room and we got to put a stop to that by any means that's why you starting to see a flood of this. So we're going to demonize get on a corner but because you may have survived that environment where they're selling on a corner now you depress and on pumped his depression now. We mental health phase. Everybody Issues Pash is again from the man on the corner. Come get a prescription and go get it from a massive going on. They tried to turn your brain. They don't want you. I want you to prosper. This craze liable dashing. I should as much as oprah sell. I don't even like how prescription pills make me few.

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"huda" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"huda" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"There are plenty fans in this game more willing to attach themselves to almost every single part of it and baseball just doesn't do a good job of marketing that element of the game. We talked about this last week. Daisy. If you don't like washing dudes, pick ground balls up off the ground and throw them across the diamond you're not going to like baseball just because more distracting people out and hitting homers. You're just not because the game is more than those two things. From a flash standpoint. What baseball's gotta do is find a way to make everything ancillary to the game and answer to what we'll just call pop moments relevant again, the board to do that's really hard to do. You know, I've talked to different executives about this. And they always ask what is it? Is it a TV product thing is an in game thing at some level of both. But at the same time, you've got to find reasons to make people fall in love with more players than just the ones we have the big contracts, and the ones who have the sweet hair, that's the hard part, and it's difficult because a lot of people like you said. I didn't learn baseball from my dad in the context of anything other than he stuck me in a baseball Cam. And I became obsessed with it. And now, we talk about it. It wasn't like a thing though. That's going. No. But I'm saying like, I wasn't of the generation where with some field of dreams kind of scenario at all. And that's not going. My dad is he's more of a Pasco ball guy. It's as simple as that. We're from DC, it's a basketball town. But my point is is that I own a granular level care. A lot about baseball. And I'm not an average fan in that regard. But there is no inbetween ga between a guy like me and a guy like you. Those people are not presented in a lot of broadcasts. Those people are not the ones that you see marketing the game, whether it'd be for the player standpoint, or from just, you know, a fans standpoint, it's always people who seem to know everything or seemed to know nothing, and there are plenty of people in-between Huda plenty about the game. And that's just what it is about pace ball. But you don't see those cats out there. That's the issues that they don't know what lane market the sport in in order to get it right and maximize the fan base..

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President Macron, France And Macron Renita discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:55 min | 3 years ago

President Macron, France And Macron Renita discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"French president Emmanuel Macron gave him much -ticipant address. Yesterday has speech that's been delayed for over a week because of the huge fire Nacho Dom cathedral. His televised remarks came in response to the yellow vest protests, which have caused a cloud over the last six months of his presidency and prompted a great national debate an exercise in which Macron heard complaints from hundreds of thousands of French voters history. Explain it all is Florence Peterman AFP London bureau chief Florence thanks for coming in after three months of negotiations. President Macron has vowed to press ahead with his government's program to transform France. He said that public order must be restored. How does he plan to achieve this? Yeah. That's what is very striking is intervention yesterday. Started after five minutes by saying that he was right in what he was doing his line. The direction is giving to his reformist government is right. And there should be a return to public. Order as you said like there was this month's of tuition by the reverse at time, very violence, and this gave affronts abroad and also in the country that that cannot be tolerated very much longer. So I think like reaffirming that people has to come back was something he had to do anyway because this is a request even from from the French people, but no concrete detail on how actually that will be chief where that will be police measures and during his own intervention, by the way, he gave the lead said the big picture of what he wants to achieve. There was not really much details like for example, mentioned like tax cuts for the middle class. But he didn't give any figures on this. I guess this will be left to to the prime minister to give more details. What he wanted to achieve to to talk to France as who'll after this long national debate and to give some answers to to the request and the. That have been expressed. But what is also remarkable? I think is it's not a direct answer to the elevates. It's rather answers for for for the Huda France and the population, which somehow more reasonable because the elevated said from the start and before his his conclusions of the great national debate that they would never be satisfied with what she was supposed to to to suggest the suggestion that the elite civil service academy is to be shot. This is a very symbolic gesture. I think what is also striking is that Emmanuel himself is a product of of the school. So there was also this kind of university e- could have also chosen to reform it because some some other institutions like sport, for example, in Paris, which is also, and it is school has been a bit transformed. So that there is more opening to to diversity to social diversity too. But so the the fact that you're not say, it would be scrapped is supposed to be an answer to all the critics of these elites ruling the country that seems to be always like working and thinking together and cut from the population. So I would say it's a symbol. But also can achieve some somewhere transformation in in in the way, people are trained before they become those voters in France. Was there any sense of an apology from Macron Renita give one where his head of state? So he cannot come and be that humbled to apologize. But he certainly had some knowledge -ment some remarks here, and there that he appeared he realize the appeal to our gun sometimes call this. It's not meets not my personality. And he certainly used allowed the words human like to put the human at the core of his politics.

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"huda" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"huda" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Com. Sons of Liberty Media dot com. Final segment here. We have a lot of people on top chat and stack has been open. But this is the last segment, and I want to highlight exactly what I'm talking about in the natural. I promise you that the word of God. Now with that sad. I want you to listen carefully. Okay. In minnesota. We have at the Majed Al Huda Islamic center in Minneapolis, which is tied to HAMAS-linked care, the head imam berating men web north already and allow their lives to go their wives. I'm sorry to go on covered and wear makeup. The media blacks out and the feminists are utterly silent. On the matter isn't this pretty important information for you to have friends, this is in Minneapolis alone. Also in Minnesota, we have a new task force led by that of attorney general Keith Ellison. And with that said, France, the terror linked Islamic groups individuals that may soon be able to monitor your speech in enforce blasphemy laws. Hamas-linked care is receiving funds. From none other than George Soros in order to illegally criminalize speeds. Now, I'm curious America. Did you hear about that? Did you hear about any of that? Because I bet you probably didn't. And if you didn't you've got to begin to ask yourself the question as to why you haven't heard that. Why you haven't heard that in why the media is silent concerning this issue in Michigan? We have none other than receipted to leaves district on American imam. He calls himself Ahmad Mussa. You're brill. He's groomed. Isis terrorists throughout the world. But is beyond the FBI's reach. Isn't that interesting? How the FBI has silence. And how many times they've been complicit? How many times they've been fingered within helping those that are committing the active tear France, you say that's the verse of really, yes, you're right? But I'm just telling you what they're guilty of. Jibril is a US citizen of Palestinian descent who holds a degree in the Islamic law from Saudi Arabia. This is happening in Michigan. Did you hear about that? Friends going back to repeat it to leaves district in Detroit. Another Email proclaimed the Jews prostituted their women to increase the Jewish population killed profits and employed usury to gain power. Did did you hear about that? Folks. Are you beginning to understand the fruit of this obeying God in Virginia? We have. Yes mean t but she's an illegal from Iran, whose family invaded America and illegal from Iran, whose family invaded America. And she's running somehow as the democratic candidate for state Senate in Virginia thirty fifth district in the two thousand nineteen election. How was that happening friends? Why are they getting a pass because God is gonna have is way, regardless of who's in office France in New York City after a fire broke out in a mosque a Jewish synagogue opened its doors to Muslims for Friday prayers. Now does anybody realize that allowing Islamic prayers in a place consecrates that place for Islam as a sacred space forevermore? This is an America France in Sweden. Did you hear about this? A ninety one year old was convicted for making disparaging comments about Islam on Facebook. Sweden is expected to receive more than eight hundred thousand dollars from the European Union. Okay. This year to go towards hate crime speech projects just behind George Soros. Yes. Who George Soros is funding friends HAMAs link care to criminalize speech in the United States of America. Why isn't the president doing anything about this friends? He's called him out as well. I mean Americans especially you Trump like you act like he doesn't have the power to deal with them. Oh, yes. He does. He just got done talking during the break about how you know, again, a plane the Narcisse the narcissist his arrogance and stupidity. He sounds like a gossip. But did you notice how he's talking about giving himself Accolate now our military stronger than ever in our union with Jerusalem is stronger than ever. Well. Hey, folks, if you remember, right? There's an interview out there on George Soros during World War Two after Adolf Hitler, his little Third Reich and his reign that lasted for six years. Isn't it interesting how he was their plundering the Jews and taking their property, and yet everybody knows this across the board is because I can watch it on video right now. But yet our government does nothing they're complicit. There's filings. And you feel safe. You know, I can go down this road in Austria. Austrian state secretary said we must not close our eyes. She said migration flood is imported value such as anti semitism, radical Islamism and those with an image of women. We clearly reject the man becomes owner over a woman, but friends did you hear anything about this? No, did you hear about in Vancouver from the CIA controlled media read between the lines of the Vancouver police statement regarding a recent Islamic Jihad attack, okay? There's a terrorist attack incendiary devices bombs to kill unbelievers.

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"huda" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"huda" Discussed on CarCast

"We'll have to build you what we ought to do is build you one of those. And then throw that helath in it. Yeah. Maybe it'd be talking. Yeah. And and let me we don't have any like we don't have enough things going. We got to we got a. Oh god. Yeah. There's another car on the list to that's even your place. That'd be having ever spoken about. So. Yeah, that's all I sold that. Yeah. Oh, yeah. That one's gone. Yeah. We turn that into old driver take that one. The what? Yeah. Yeah. I had to sell it cheap because I didn't have title to it. But yeah, it's it's turned into cash for me. That's important. Yeah. Bills. Got is beautiful triple black forty six four speed super track pack Huda there that we've been kinda hauling around for a year. I think it is it is on the list, and it's moved around to this assembly line still probably a couple of months before it gets just the symbol that show. Nice car. It'll go really well because it's a good car. And the the the tell them about the coolest thing for me is the fact that. Well guy that is not the most. Well, a guy named Gaylon go VA. He's everything out of his mouth. I may not like, but he told me one thing about that car. That was the best thing I've ever heard that it was a stripe delete car. So we can take that ugly, orange hockey stripe off of there. And now, I can have a triple black brick and. City of act seventy Khuda, which to me is a hell of a lot cool. So just to make clear because I know any of my mope are lunatics out there that are listening are going to say why didn't you were Bill because I don't I like my teeth in my head for one and my nose is. It's not the cutest knows. But it works for me. You're right about now. That your car is not coded for the stripe. V6. exit is not.

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"huda" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:49 min | 3 years ago

"huda" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A dialogue. Debate. And a peek behind the curtain of politics in Dan, what are you prepared to do? Chicago is now is out of the country the world tread on them statement, come this Sunday spin your host is the Chicago Tribune Zwick Pearson. They morning everyone. I'm Rick Pearson of the Chicago Tribune and welcome to this edition of the Sunday spin for March third twenty nineteen. Yes. The first Sunday of March. Welcome to our weekly look at the world of politics policy. Is we go from city hall to the state house all the way out to the White House time to grab that Sunday? Paper get that Cup of coffee. We'll do our best to get your week off to a great start. Well, it's March, isn't it? Where's the spring? It's more like January third. You look at those temps. And you know, what is it? I told you Dave and looking at my Twitter feed. I've got a friend in Kansas City. They're getting snow at the Huda three inches in our that storm. You know, we're going to have cold here for the next twenty four thirty six hours and then slowly moderating later in the week. But we are going to miss that one because it's gonna go south of us along the Ohio river valley as it makes its way east, but two to three inches in our boy, that's that's really a whiteout conditions. That's a welcome to March. Isn't it? Exactly, exactly. And yesterday was actually it felt kind of nice. I felt good. Now. It was a it was a rather mild day. My heating equipment at home was working a little less strenuously. That'd be the guy in the basement shoveling coal. That's right. And the the animal and the on the pin we on the gerbil worker working really hard. All I can say is. I'm glad I got new equipment last year. Getting a workout. That's really is. Yeah. Well, I mean, at least it is kind of brighter out the time of morning. That's kind of nice that's going to change a week from today. Yeah. I know. I was just thinking of that. How it's the time. Changes next. Sunday's right reminding everybody to spring ahead. Yeah. Next weekend. So that'll be nice to lose an hour sleep. I guess I'll be up I guess I'll be crashing about three o'clock on Saturday afternoon next Saturday whether or not there's a Blackhawks game whether or not. Yeah. Regardless of a Blackhawks game, which I probably could have said that yesterday. Yeah. I figure that that. Was it pretty close? Six to three loss to the LA kings. The the worst team in the conference, and they had lost ten straight games too. Yeah. And it was over before it began. Yeah. Stupid penalties numbers of stupid penalties in the first NFL period. The too many men on the ice was a bad dumping there by Gusta Senate was it was just a mess. But you know, they came back, and again, this is a team that's shown a lower resiliency. But that last weekend in Chicago really kind of set the tone. They played some really good games. They're against Dallas against Colorado. Didn't get any points out of that entire weekend. And. You know, it's been it's been a little downhill since then, but it was kind of. They got to within one point of that final playoff spot at one point. Now, they're seven back. So it's it's a it's a daunting task. But you know, the thing that I'm going to take out of this whole thing. Even if they don't make the playoffs is just the fact that Jeremy Collins system seems to have worked it's working and you need to get some defenseman. Yeah. It really. That's just looked like lazy defense. Yeah. And I had worked to yesterday. I got to see most of the third period, and it just. Just it was all played in there. And it was it was I think the problem too. Is that guys like us felt the scoring touch? And I think a lot of these defensemen are not doing their first responsibility. They're looking offensively rather than defensively, which is fine. If you have another play to have another guy to stay back to. But I think at that point of the game they were benching and their defense and trying to join the Russia's whenever they could. And it opens you up for some problems. Yeah. So I mean, I'm still going to root for of course, follow him. But it just really hurt yesterday. Seventeen games left. I think. Yeah. And it's you know, it's not the it's not the point is now the four teams in front of you, right? Jack to jump over which is hard to do especially this late in a season with as much on the line is there is and there's a lot of clamoring about bringing Corey Crawford back in may actually letting him start against Anaheim and letting him start back to back games against the kings too. But you know, what you have to see what you have right because, you know, Colin likely to be the backup next year because wards on a one year deal, and you have to find out of Corey Crawford can can cut it at the at the NHL level after a second concussion and a year. Yeah. And yeah, he gave up six goals is. Save percentage for the game. I think was seventy percent at nineteen saves, but I can't fault him. No. There was one or two that he he probably would have wanted back. But there are there are many where if you're a defenseman screen you're on. Golly. What do you expect? I mean, you're trying to you're trying to move guys out of the front of the net. And when you get in the way, you're gonna can't see and there was a there was at least two that. I can remember that Crawford never reacted you there in the internet before you even realize what was going on. Right. Yeah. The first thing he saw was the red light, exactly. Well. Baseball to look forward to how about that. Yeah. I mean, not a dismal March day, you know, darned at groundhog again and. Gather some baseball on the radio today too. We have a full sports Dedi damn tells me, whatever you like, I mean, we got baseball too. We have northwestern at five thirty. We have Blackhawks at eight thirty. That's great. Yeah. What a data be in the news department. Very few newscasts. Yeah. That a lot of work. Their Dave's working a double shift today. Oh now, you tell me till midnight. Yes. Indeed. What curious about Bryce Harper to fill del? Yeah. That's an interesting one. We were talking a little bit about this was doing the TV show on Thursday when the news broke, and it was interesting because all the talk was that he didn't like the Philadelphia ranger Gabe Kappler who is a guy that's really into the analytics and puts his lineups together as such and it's still not a real popular thing with some players just because players like to hit the ball. Catch the ball. Do the simple things like that. Yeah. Exactly. You the simple things in baseball. The other thing that was really curious to me was it's a thirteen year deal. A and b there is absolutely zero opt out clause. Right. So he's the Philadelphia Phillies for thirteen years. Yeah. I don't I don't get that. I don't get it either. And I mean, obviously, we don't know the particulars. As to what the I think the dodgers came in again late. I think the giants came in again late. I think the White Sox checked in on one more time just to check in right? And realized that the the price was going to be in north of Machado three hundred million. And you know, it's it's a strange it's strange because valley, it's strange because it's a three hundred thirty whatever million dollar deal and thirteen years, but the way that they're happening. So late. It just kinda goes to show you the position players really need as much spring training as we think I would agree. I would agree. The no that's. But those numbers are just enormous, but you know, the shadow and the weird thing is he's a he's taking a less. Understood value per year to the contract Machado's is not north of thirty million per season. And we figured out Bryce Harper's was twenty five point four million a year average annual value. I think that they've kind of played with the numbers it decreases as he gets a little older, which only makes sense. But there was an interesting question posed will he hit more home runs or more millions of dollars in his contract during that time? So it's three hundred thirty million an average twenty five and a half home runs per season to equal that. And maybe veteran. I just can't comprehend those numbers. Oh, it's crazy. Is the world of sports and entertainment. Mhm we pay for it. You know? Yes, we do. Yes. We do. And we'll have new opportunities to when they approve sports gambling, very true. We'll have new opportunities to pay for. That she has to win things. Maybe. Well, maybe with luck with exactly yeah. You don't even want to know what? My pool was for the mayoral race. Yeah. Didn't that did not go? Well, but yeah, we're gonna talk about the mayor's race coming up dates here to keep us up to date on all the news. And he's got the latest sports producer row is in for Cassandra. And she's feeling your phone calls at three one to ninety one seventy two hundred you can also text us at that. Same number three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred we're on Facebook at Facebook dot com slash the Sunday spin. We're on Twitter at symbol Sunday. Spin an engineer Bob is trying to figure out.

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"huda" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"huda" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

"He's showed me that too. It was like the quotation my coat it all that. Right. And then he's like west brick and think crazy Huda Huda hell is teaching you all that stuff just like pays attention? And he just like he's getting more confident in his show. That was the why not part. What people say, but like that's his thing. He knew that was perfect. It was clever. Man. I couldn't kind of believe in that game. Kinda got blown up. It did because I feel like there wasn't as much hostility there as it was like made. It's not like there was someone watching. It felt like there was a lot of probably wanna beat us even tagging them from waking up in the morning and seeing on it I damage that high style because I think I personally white Russell Westbrook as a personal court. Yes. Oh, my man that lot of people if I wanted to beep I want a genie wouldn't want beef with him because I've seen how he's at often. And is staying up. Yeah. Here the people that. Yeah. We don't have any type of beef totally. You know, but he was like going so of and I have a little bit of a different opinion on this. She she's a big fan of high love Russ, and I've always liked Russell. And not that I'm not a fan of his. But I really. I'm I'm a team first person. So I was like watching it going. Why is he talking to Dame talks to Dame? Yeah. If you don't like Dame who do you like eating? Yeah. So that was kind of like where I came from on that. And then he was going after dark, and I get that in like nurse. That's like I've love recent nook. Yeah. But he's like come at me. No. I think for sure but to attest it over. Sure. Like when you were talking tours and think they said, the Russell's I know it's just competition. Like, this ain't no, you know, what I'm saying. I think it's definitely a great respect for each other. But obviously, you just tell Westbrook is cycle. Yeah. He'll say, he'll he'll say psycho. I don't think I think the down I say soft or anything del. He's not a he doesn't want. He doesn't want it. I don't think there's maliciousness behind it. It's just like comes naturally him. Well, how funny was the laughing thing? Where is laughing? We posted a clip of it. Russ goes, I shot nerve blocks it, and I think he says like get that shut out of here something and then Russ runs to the three point line Dame's guarding him. And he like airballs kind of and he's laughing hysterically robbery shoot the chutes. He's like laughing hysterically. Coli laugh. Then he misses and then nurk you here at the end like this deep like. So you gotta look it up gold appeared like 'cause we showed that in the broadcast too..

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"huda" Discussed on Chat With Traders

Chat With Traders

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"huda" Discussed on Chat With Traders

"How do you attract volume like how do you attract mock, Mike his, and how'd you get because one of the things which incentivizes people thought to try it on an exchanges like the quitting? That's available. In most cases, that's sort of an an advantage will something you prefers the quickey. When you start in you exchange, you've got no volume. How do you bring volume onto your exchange? So I think that that's you know, that's the thing that keeps me up at night is to make is thinking about liquidity like how do we because the the true product of an exchange is liquidity. We can we can have great technology, and we can do all these things. But if I don't deliver to you liquid markets than like, I broke in my promise to you as a customer, and you should go somewhere else. So to provide that though most of the liquidity at the end of the day is coming from market makers, you know, like the digest that like one retail or by sign investor happens to show up at the same time someone who wants to sell his is pretty low, right? Like, there's almost always a you're gonna trail market maker in the trademark maker. And then there's gonna be some hedging that happens. So it's really about attracting marketmakers to the platform and. Thankfully, that's something that we know very well as we've spent our whole careers as market makers in markets all over the place and says some of that is just kind of like the network effect that knowing a lot of Huda harass in bug and call in favors to come do this, and the other is that I think that we actually. Our promise really is to develop a platform for market makers to be optimally successful. We built all this technology. So that they can more easily move quotes around send lots of messages accomplish the things they want to accomplish. And so I think that if you're a market maker, and you see a platform like ours. As long as you believe that we're going to try and bring flow to the platform. It's not crazy to show up early and say like they might not have any volume for a little while. But I want to I wanna be there for when they do and evalu- the potential here. And so it's it's kind of just about like aligning kind of the same way that you have to attract talent to start up to get them to believe in the vision, you have to attract market makers who believe in the vision that this is going to be a successful platform. Yeah. I guess it's one of these things which ultimately it just takes Tom corrects. And you know, I think that if you when I log into a new crypto exchange with there's a lot of rights, and if they have the thing I care about is not so much what their daily volume is like I look at that number. But what I really care about is like what is top of book liquidity look like because if Taba book liquidity looks pretty good, then I think to myself like this is Place. Right. Could sometimes trade. But if top of book is horrible, even if they have okay volume, I still know that like you probably can't really do the things you're going to want to do on that platform and so priority. One to me is really making sure that the the markets are tight liquid volumes. I think kind of follow their after like if you can deliver on tight liquid markets. People will come use the platform. Yeah. And you said it right there that this seems to be quite a few crip dogs Jain ges popping up. What do you make of the? Like, how do you feel about that? I think that there's obviously way too many exchanges. I think that the the people have seen the success of vines in bit max and some of the other large exchanges, and they think that that's easy to duplicate. And I think that regulation on exchanges has been very dovish. So if you wanna start a new equity options exchange in the US, that's hard. You know, it takes lots of licenses in you gotta get everyone. Their series fifty seven's even that just writes code for the thing. Whereas in crypto it's much easier to just start exchange. And trying to track customers setting buried entries low, and I think that the potential upside is high..

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"huda" Discussed on Chat With Traders

Chat With Traders

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"huda" Discussed on Chat With Traders

"How do you attract volume like how do you attract mock, Mike his, and how'd you get because one of the things which incentivizes people thought to try it on an exchanges like the quitting? That's available. In most cases, that's sort of an an advantage will something you prefers the quickey. When you start in you exchange, you've got no volume. How do you bring volume onto your exchange? So I think that that's you know, that's the thing that keeps me up at night is to make is thinking about liquidity like how do we because the the true product of an exchange is liquidity. We can we can have great technology, and we can do all these things. But if I don't deliver to you liquid markets than like, I broke in my promise to you as a customer, and you should go somewhere else. So to provide that though most of the liquidity at the end of the day is coming from market makers, you know, like the digest that like one retail or by sign investor happens to show up at the same time someone who wants to sell his is pretty low, right? Like, there's almost always a you're gonna trail market maker in the trademark maker. And then there's gonna be some hedging that happens. So it's really about attracting marketmakers to the platform and. Thankfully, that's something that we know very well as we've spent our whole careers as market makers in markets all over the place and says some of that is just kind of like the network effect that knowing a lot of Huda harass in bug and call in favors to come do this, and the other is that I think that we actually. Our promise really is to develop a platform for market makers to be optimally successful. We built all this technology. So that they can more easily move quotes around send lots of messages accomplish the things they want to accomplish. And so I think that if you're a market maker, and you see a platform like ours. As long as you believe that we're going to try and bring flow to the platform. It's not crazy to show up early and say like they might not have any volume for a little while. But I want to I wanna be there for when they do and evalu- the potential here. And so it's it's kind of just about like aligning kind of the same way that you have to attract talent to start up to get them to believe in the vision, you have to attract market makers who believe in the vision that this is going to be a successful platform. Yeah. I guess it's one of these things which ultimately it just takes Tom corrects. And you know, I think that if you when I log into a new crypto exchange with there's a lot of rights, and if they have the thing I care about is not so much what their daily volume is like I look at that number. But what I really care about is like what is top of book liquidity look like because if Taba book liquidity looks pretty good, then I think to myself like this is Place. Right. Could sometimes trade. But if top of book is horrible, even if they have okay volume, I still know that like you probably can't really do the things you're going to want to do on that platform and so priority. One to me is really making sure that the the markets are tight liquid volumes. I think kind of follow their after like if you can deliver on tight liquid markets. People will come use the platform. Yeah. And you said it right there that this seems to be quite a few crip dogs Jain ges popping up. What do you make of the? Like, how do you feel about that? I think that there's obviously way too many exchanges. I think that the the people have seen the success of vines in bit max and some of the other large exchanges, and they think that that's easy to duplicate. And I think that regulation on exchanges has been very dovish. So if you wanna start a new equity options exchange in the US, that's hard. You know, it takes lots of licenses in you gotta get everyone. Their series fifty seven's even that just writes code for the thing. Whereas in crypto it's much easier to just start exchange. And trying to track customers setting buried entries low, and I think that the potential upside is high..

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"huda" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"huda" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"We have Henry so Huda on the phone, Matt. And I rub nipples got stumped by PJ me. I don't know what's going on. What is stunned by belt? All right. That's what we cut it. All right shirts back on. This is so much fun that or it's the pain meds on. But listen. I want to Jake you. Let's talk about some news. Hold on. So John Jones past multiple fight night tests zero three metabolite the night of U of C two thirty two this is according to Andy foster from the California Athletic Commission, which backs up entirely what they were saying leading into that fight where there's this pulsing affect of. Sometimes he's going to have these little picograms worth of this metabolite INA system. And sometimes he's not they come and go and that is accurate. So a what people call the PICO gram? It's like it's a really really tight like indescribably small amount of a substance in your school Graham. Yeah, it's fun. Jimmy sure is funny had Julie's just watch the try look awful. Let me see let me see Jimmy. I look a little chubby. Now. Gluten for me. No clue for me. No gluten for me. You're not gonna Jimmy. No for me. I doing Disney song I watch too many of those movie not, but I'm happy. Are you happy that I'm off the gluten did you guys know that people are listening? Oh, sorry. What we talking Chris? Look at me. I'm looking right at Jimmy. And Chris I've got the shows on young before you get that. As you go to get that. I wanna see if I look bus dealer. Something hit us. Hit us some news right now. Yeah. We'll so. I'm saying this about John Jones. A he heard about Graham. All right. You want a different thing, we want something different. Get pinched. Dana white and get cool with that good Michelle Waterson versus caroliina Koba cave has been added to U of C on ESPN two on March eleventh, not a UFC official. But that's Gordon Dana that he's putting that it's who is credit Howdy. Who? I like it. That's a nice fight. Yeah. I'll tell you. I wonder Jimmy if. If Michelle woods in the crowd haughty will utilize her jujitsu skills. She's been using like she's in her last fight that that made a difference. Yeah. You don't agree. I. Yeah. Who she and I remember do you notice is still eighty to grease in here? It's fucking. That's why discusses Ivy and people are gonna think we're fucking hacks with the shirt, that's why I said to film, Chris filmed, the actual temperature thing he told me, it doesn't make sense. You know, what it's like they're on this journey with us. So let me tell you about my, right? What it is. So I met it's because this stupid building probably controls the heat, and you probably can't turn the fucking air on the winter. Listen maybe against. Against coming off. You have seen unfiltered. It's pretty good. I did not even hear what you said nothing. So that about the he let's cute. What happened you supposed to take you my friend fucked me over, but you know, so they said the keep my leg up and not doing anything. Thank goodness for my awesome wife who. You know, she got me that I've been living in that motherfucker I been living. I might not be able to run and leap, and and and jump around and do handstand like probably do you look, right. But I'm laid up my one leg right now. So what I did was I got two of my nice chairs, and I put them, and I sit down and one, and I put my leg up on the other and I put on my via headset. I'd never go into the oasis Jimmy. You get dizzy when you play that looking behaves. Pretty good people sitting down that guy Jimmy to unbutton a button but sit down fat fat little biggie..

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