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"hussen" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

03:46 min | 9 months ago

"hussen" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Sustainable fair organic farming of open cacti in the south of Madagascar. So it sounds says if you found a kind of something that will Reap major dividends for you given as you say how precious this food is. And I just wonder how much of this is going to trickle down to people in Madagascar, especially given the fact that we know the country is now right now, in the midst of a of a major, you know, major situation where many people dying of hunger and their real problems in Madagascar. How are you? Alleviating that, considering you are now concentrating on developing and producing this prickly pear oil. Yeah. Texas Farming represents an opportunity to local communities in the south of Madagascar, especially in this tragic period of for mine. And it helps them to earn a constant income. The purpose of what we build its cub the dramatic scenario of welding between two of us and to increase the resilience of food security. We've got a very unique organization and training of the farming community to collect and to process of from from our first Office This year, we saw that we could end the starvation and the famine by giving a regular income during that drive. Some people would argue, though, that you could end the farming by rather than producing these pairs, prickly pears and the oil. You can actually start planting food that will actually feed the people and that might be more beneficial to them. Actually the species that we are investing the open just big time. Delaney. Uh, weed, they're not suitable fruits, so we actually having an environmental issue. By domesticating that those species that thanks in invasive President valuable resource for local community this is we're not Thank you very much for speaking to us, and that's the CEO and general manager. I believe the owner of a group fill a text and I was also speaking to his name Iava Hussen. Let's get a sports sandwich. James Greg Fairytale of New York Well, just simply keeps going and going match point for the U. S Open final for Amerada Connor. She hits her back and cross court. She attacks the neck. She's underneath a lot of cheese. Is it a way to win two cents to 6164 Never run economy stands with their hands on ahead, laughing because she's made it into the final of the U. S open, and she's never Completed before has the most remarkable thing is her first US. Open em a radical new The British teenager 18 years old. She is the first ever qualifier to get that far in a major tournament. That's men or women across all areas as well. An amazing run continued straight set victory over the Greek 17 seed Maria Zachary 6164. It finished and she'll play another teenager Layla Fernandez on Saturday in the final. Absolutely fantastic. Take Elsewhere, an amazing start to the NFL season, the reigning Super Bowl champions, the Tampa Bay booking is only just scraped over the line against the Dallas Cowboys in the season opener 31 29 that finished the Premier League is back this weekend after the international break, Christiano Ronaldo returns to Manchester United. Of course You can hear commentary of that game against Newcastle on the BBC World Service and also an exclusive interview with BBC Sport.

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"hussen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:25 min | 11 months ago

"hussen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"With Christina and Danza and Sam Shane. Car Break ins are up 7700 and 50% In San Francisco's tourist hubs, The break ins are up significantly in areas like Fisherman's Warf and Chinatown. That's compared to last year. At the height of the pandemic. 750% higher heartbreak ends up our 75 up 75% from 2019. So let's talk a little bit about the efforts to keep businesses from moving out of California to other states. Last week, Governor Hussen spoke at Bay Area Council virtual 2021 Pacific Summit. He told Bay area business leaders that the state has to become more aggressive and has become more aggressive in fighting to keep companies from moving to other states. He said, quote we need to step up our game time to be more competitive. But is it too little too late? Here are some of the companies that have left Oracle Hewlett Packard Tesla, just some of the companies that have decided to move their headquarters out of California. They cited higher taxes, higher operating costs more red tape, and instead of working with these companies, California doubled down cities like San Francisco issued taxes on CEOs and fines for companies that operated during this year's pandemic shutdown. Greater. Sacramento Economic Council CEO Barry Broome told CNBC that when Elon Musk defied Covid 19 restrictions and reopened his factories, California should have initiated a conversation with him at the time. In short, he says, they should have sat down and talked with him. If you're smart enough to build SpaceX, PayPal, Tesla, maybe we should have sat down with you and ask you. What do you need? Be more successful in California. And there just wasn't that dialogue. I recall when that all happened or heard the lawmaker what she said You lying musk? Yes, In a tweet in some rather colorful language. There was an F That's right. Drop the F bomb. Yeah, thanks, Ellen. I mean, I mean, we're creating all those jobs and everything that he does. Oh, yeah, right, right. So, with more and more billion dollar companies like California they are bringing the state's value with them when they leave, and that's something that broom says will ultimately hurt the global economy in the long run, and of course, it will hurt California's economy. California has been the leading indicator in software,.

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"hussen" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"hussen" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Call today 9 79 96 900 You know what I like? I like a good man willing to wait. You know, I don't like to make me wait first. We're gonna take you in just a moment with the news that vato Hussein or or Has announced that he may run He's considering running for governor, which is so awesome and I it's to me, it's like it's so exciting. The only thing better was when one day Di Voss tax Haas have boss when she ran It was so exciting because I've never seen somebody lose by so much. In fact, she accepts that the record by losing by 13 points. It was amazing. Even dirty. Lupe Valdez, our former Dallas County, um, corrupt sheriff, who lost her service weapon, Even she did better than what Davis Great. Oh, it was spectacular. So much for white privilege House I can't say wipe lodged when you talk about what you have balls. She smashed the glass ceiling. Nobody has lost more or his ran and lost more elections than her in such a short span of time, and nobody lost by more points than she did. I mean, spectacular failure. Bait to Sena Rourke and were taking bets on this tonight. Who do you think we'll lose by Maura running up against the governor, and it will be, um, uh one time off, or will it be? Better who's seen a rock. Very exciting, Very exciting. Okay, let's go to Brian and Frisco, who has called in the 800 to 88 w B a P 800 to 889227. Brian, you're on WB Ape. Hey, Chris, First time caller, and I love your show. Well, that's the first time call. You can't just just jump right in there. If you announce that it's the first time show, then you gotta you gotta give me a second to to do this. Here. Hold on. Uh oh. Uh, Welcome to the program for the first time on the air with us. Thank you, sir. Very good. Hey, So in your in your The governor's race. I'm like going well as this state keeps turning a little more blue each time and with all the shenanigans that have been happening in the last election and everything Why do you think it's gonna be a cakewalk for Abbott to beat a Rourke. That's a very great the way you set up. The question was fantastic. Honestly. And then the question you ask is a very good question. And when you Where you ask it and what you asked, shows a lot more wisdom than me to be honest with you tonight on this on this on this issue, as Dwayne would say. Um, because Governor have it is affable. He is likable. He is everything that a Texas Republican is supposed to be, and should be. But he doesn't as a happy warrior. And so it is his disposition, his demeanor but yet his unflinching on apologetic, strong conservative values. Done with a smile. That is why he will soundly defeat better. Hussen Rourke. What they told you, man. That's just It's just scared to me. Just with everything that has happened. I'm just like, Hey, I thought Trump was gonna land slide to walk away, You know, But then they stopped the vote in the middle of the night. And look what happened. I couldn't tell you this. Alami, let me just Google Abbott Governor, have it. But approval rating. Here. Well, get this right now because I'm going to guarantee you. It's gonna be extremely high. Oh, well, this is Texas Tribune, but they're extremely liberal. Um, they're saying 47 48. Mm. Um, but Anyway, Here's the thing. I just He's too pleasant and he hasn't done anything bad. We have survived the pandemic so much better than all the batten down the hatches Liberal states. With unemployment in the economy and everything I just And this being even though there is a strong amount of Democrats in the state. I know that, um more than there were 10 20 years ago. For sure. Um, And I do believe now, more than ever that were sooner than we think to becoming a blue state of purple state, which is disgusting, but it is What I just if he Woz and I loved Trump, But if he was more like Trump than he would not, he would be lucky to win against better loosen a rock. Um okay. I did not. I was not surprised. Well, I was surprised, but I wasn't be. Honestly, I trump screwed himself in the last month because of his, uh, irascibility arrest ability in that in that first debate, he screwed himself horribly. I said it that night. It was unbelievably bad. What he did, Um, instead of just doing a good debate, like he did a fantastic debate the second time that first mate was terrible, and it was on purpose. He did it on purpose. It was horrible. And, um and then being, you know, his irascible self shooting himself in the foot by, you know, by being a jerk, or by saying and doing stupid things or selfish. That's right, child. Those things is what cost him the election. If he I actually think that, uh, even with covert if he wouldn't have been so irascible, that's the word I come up with all the time to try just in one word. Then he would have wanted The economy. The job. It's unbelievable what this man did. And the only reason he had unharmed. One on time he has back was because he thought of himself by by handicapping himself, not on purpose. You know, and it is just like it is just like me. Um often times and this is the story of my career in 21 years that I've been told time and time again, although it's been a long time because my previous boss did a great job of Helping me get better at this that I in my own worst enemy with being too too much of a jerk sometimes, And so, uh, you know, it's like the people listening that agree with you want to keep agreeing with you, but you're being a real jerk. You know you're coming across in a nasty way or something like that. So they're like, I can't listen to you. I agree with you, but you're a jerk earlier. This of attitude yelling too much, Whatever. So, um, it's with him. It's the same thing you know, different venue or different, you know. Method, but same thing I don't tweet like he has. But He was so amazing and it's terrible what happened, But I heard him say that I can't remember who said it. But they said if Trump would have had the demeanor that he had when he gave his farewell speech. And the second debate. He would've won. Yeah, he would have easily want so but, uh, it's great. Almost never get they almost never get, um, elected on the second term when they run, and he has a great record. Even with messing up a little bit here. There may be a lot. Someone saying code doesn't matter if you Work through it, You admit it. But making about yourself and being hottie on being nasty does not work and Take it from one that knows that. So thank you for your call. You were great. Great. Great. I mean, you really a great call Brian. And I want you to call again Because people like you that call on R R really good. Then there's people that agree with me that don't That suck on the air. So it's not because you're grew with me. So thank you, Brian. I appreciate your call. And thank you by and by the way, if you disagree with me, you will get on sooner. Everybody on this show is under strict orders that if somebody disagrees with me there to be bumped up to the front of the line and not to wait because I will. Come on right away because there's nothing better and more entertaining and more successful for any show. Ratings wise, then a cunt conflict conflict, but a good one. You made me a spirited debate. Have you seen what's happening with the stock market record highs every day. How long can this possibly go on for? By the way, this is exactly what happened right before the 2000 dot com bubbles burst. Remember that protect your savings and retirement by putting them into something safe, like real.

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"hussen" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

09:08 min | 1 year ago

"hussen" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"D w v dot com Episode number 2044 1 of the three the program, so I just got I watched a video A tortures long video of Becca Hussen Aurore. The cultural appropriator who, as of tonight is saying he may run for governor. Which would be fantastic. He's got tremendous amount of executive experience, right, 0.0, but that's okay. Don't worry about it. Yeah, don't want because he won't win. Now, producer. David, did you say you are never spot him? More than my confusing you with our Our last caller was a great guy. Brian. From first Go. Are you worried about him? Or do you think there's no way Hill? Wind up up against Abbott. Mm hmm. I know there's a lot of California's moving here. There's But there's not enough to, uh I mean to what? How many times they won out twice. I think two statewide election there three. I can't. I'm so confused when I was Think due to do this is gonna be a second when he just had a couple years ago. So I'm thinking against wanted terror of all stance has Coming up next year year. Obviously it's 2021 already it's the same. So what is going to put the travel? Not now? But I mean, what do you say when he lost by 13, which is the best loss ever. She lost by so many points was beautiful. What do you think? Just give me a point. Spread producer. David. What do you say? Would it be? Would if you had to pick it right now, just pick Who would win and with the spread will be between Abbott and O'Rourke, who's single work? I should say. Yeah. Yeah, he's gonna lose. But it's making me a land. Simon. Will you at least say you think it's going to at least be, um, you know, five points at least hopefully. Okay. Good. That's good. Because that that's what I'm thinking, too, And that's all that matters. So will be the third loss which be fantastic, and that's very exciting to watch this man, lose and lose and lose again. He's a professional professional. Politician will not even positive professional person runs for office. That's his job. That was a job. So there you go. 800 to 88 w B a P 800 to 889227 in his eye sit To here and just watch the video of mentioning, though of battle playing, but who's gonna work? The cultural appropriator playing the air drums to the Who's Baba O'Riley in watching him skateboard and the water burger where you cannot, and by the way, it's not water Burger. It's what, uh, burger, not water Burger. So half of Texans and Americans mispronounces disgusting anyway, it was bad. It's embarrassing. Um, you know, he said, Keith mood. Tell me there's about a drummer. In his, uh, pathetic air drum video. And you say what Producer day Because you are a long time drummer. It's actually what's so funny. Oh, gosh, This is why you hate him so much. Is because he is a skater, or at least supposedly, is and a drummer. And that's what you are, too. That's insane. Dude, the man stealing Oh, yeah. Maybe he was a bass player. I don't know what Just double check. It does just see have dug check which if he was a drummer or a bassist, I don't remember now, but Um What is what is very interesting is they also claims to be Hispanic. And you actually our producer David, That's was very interesting. You know, he culturally appropriate and you agree with me that not only does he culturally appropriate, but you do believe as Hispanic American, that that is very offensive to you. It is fence because you believe these act actually actively and actually doing that. And so I love it. I love it because he doesn't play around. He he doesn't just say stuff like that. He said that firmly. He's like, Yes, he is culturally appropriating. So, but it doesn't matter to him. He's gets votes, so screw you. It's not about you and sung about any Hispanic people he killed just like Elizabeth Warren was she stole the Native American. Appropriation to to use to enrich yourself in Harvard, whatever she needs, whatever they need, Whatever these white privilege Entitled People who are with Wall Street, not with the people that happen to the game started. I had a hacking anything that you know short of the game stops. Stuffer had fun with the Gamestop shortage. Elizabeth Warren literally stood with Wall Street's. It's unbelievable, but it's actually it's actually not when you realize who she and big toe and Biden and Want want to drive us who they are all with. They claim to be for the little guy, but they're not there for Wall Street. For Wall Street gave the the overwhelming amount of 80 to 90% of their donations were too By not to trump. What do we get on better? What instrument does he plays that say which one? He was in it, man. Very vague because you're having trouble seeing through the weed wafting in his pictures. We can't tell which instrument is Trying to get past the picture. He wore a dress. Wanted. Oh, I can't remember and how I can't remember now it's been so long. Maybe that's why I can't let's see. I'll just pull them up bait. Oh, dress. Let's see what Where is that? Is that family always that when he was in a band That's right. Well, he was ahead of time He saw my gosh, she's so hard. It's so hot. Oh, my gosh. What I miss so hot. He's stupid and he's a star, but it's so hot. Okay, So where were we? Um Cuomo. Today. I finally saw how, um Cuomo actually will end up. Uh, I don't think he's gonna implode and crumble to the point where, um He, um has to go in hiding is done like that. But I think that this is the beginning of the end for his great legacy that he thinks and thought he had. And I think it's because of his grand arrogance. And his grand hypocrisy and because he thought he could get away with it because The media loves him so much So the Democrats love it so much. He literally walked into his own trap, and it was so great And so it's starting to unfold and Janice Dean, who was the chief neurologist at Fox News, who was on my show. Not too long ago. Um His I'm so happy for because she lost both of her in laws to covert and they were Democrats that voted for Cuomo and she is the head crusader in this Fight to get justice for all the people that died because of Cuomo. And she didn't want to be. And it was a beautiful conversation. I've got to have other when she was on for 30 minutes with me a couple months ago or so. It was beautiful. And so she's finally you know when somebody is so wrong. And they're mocked at this regarded there they're ignored. And they get no justice for months and months. And you know, whatever. You know dozens of whatever. I'm not six months later, eight months later, they've been got so much exposure. And have led the way unwilling well did not want to, but lead the way going up to Albany and leading the way with people that are probably Democrats just as much as Republicans but lost their loved ones and want accountability. And she goes up there, You know, five hours north and sits there with people and leads protests and stuff like that, because her parents her in laws died from covert because of Cuomo. Then I'm so proud of her. And so finally she seeing some justice The big It's the beginning of the end for Cuomo's far as a legacy Now what's going on? We're going to some fun here. We're gonna play some audio, not neck coming up next because we Pause for a moment, but When we come coming up next, we're going to play three pieces of audio with Cuomo and this is all in a thread that is on my Twitter feed. So if you want to share because it's just wonderful. Um Pieces of what Cuomo has said in recent interviews, including on MSNBC, where even there like Asking hard questions and their faces are like what When he answers things and denies it's unbelievable. It's great..

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"hussen" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"hussen" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The air with us. Thank you, sir. Very good. Hey, So in your in your The governor's race. I'm like going well as this state keeps turning a little more blue each time and with all the shenanigans that have been happening in the last election and everything Why do you think is going to be a cakewalk for Abbott to beat a Rourke. That's a very great the way you set up. The question was fantastic. Honestly. And then the question you ask is a very good question. And when you Where you ask it and what you asked, shows a lot more wisdom than me to be honest with you tonight on this on this on this issue, as Dwayne would say. Um, because Governor have it is affable. He is likable. He is everything that a Texas Republican is supposed to be, and should be. But he doesn't as a happy warrior. And so it is his disposition. His demeanor, but yet his unflinching on apologetic strong conservative values. I'm done with a smile. That is why he will soundly defeat better. Hussen Rourke. Yeah, big toe man. That's just It's just scared of me. Just with everything that has happened. I'm just like, Hey, I thought Trump was gonna land slide to walk away, You know, But then they stopped the vote in the middle of the night. And look what happened. I can tell you this, Alami let me just Google. Abbott Governor Abbott. Uh, but approval rating. Here. Well, get this right now because I'm going to get into you. It's gonna be extremely high. Oh, well, this is Texas Tribune, but they're extremely liberal. Um they're saying 47 48. Um, but Anyway, Here's the thing. I just He's too pleasant and he hasn't done anything bad. We have survived the pandemic so much better than all the batten down the hatches Liberal states. With unemployment in the economy and everything I just And this being even though there is a strong amount of Democrats in the state. I know that, um more than there were 10 20 years ago. For sure. Um, And I do believe now, more than ever that were sooner than we think to becoming a blue state of purple state, which is disgusting, but it is What I just if he Woz and I loved Trump, But if he was more like Trump than he would not, he would be lucky to win against better loosen a rock. Um, I did not. I was not surprised. Well, I was surprised, but I wasn't be. Honestly, I trump screwed himself in the last month because of his, uh, irascibility arrest ability in that's in that first debate. He screwed himself horribly A said it that night. It was unbelievably bad. What he did, Um, instead of just doing a good debate, like he did a fantastic debate the second time that first day was terrible, and it was on purpose. He did it on purpose. It was horrible. And, um and then being, you know, his irascible self shooting himself in the foot by, you know about being a jerk, or by saying and doing stupid things or selfish shirt. That's right, child. Those things is what cost him the election. If he I actually think that, uh, even with covert if he wouldn't have been so irascible, that's the word I come up with all the time to try just in one word. Then he would have wanted Um, the economy the job. It's unbelievable what this man did. Yeah, Yeah, The only reason he had unharmed One on time he has back was because he thought of himself by by handicapping himself, not on purpose, you know, and it is just like it is just like me. Um often times and this is the story of my career in 21 years that I've been told time and time again, although it's been a long time because my previous boss did a great job of Helping me get better at this that I in my own worst enemy with being too too much of a jerk sometimes, And so, uh, you know, it's like the people listening that agree with you want to keep agreeing with you, but you're being a real jerk. You know you're coming across in a nasty way or something like that. So they're like, I can't listen to your grave you but you're a jerk earlier this about yelling too much, Whatever. So, um, it's with him. It's the same thing you know, different venue or different, you know. Method, but same thing I don't tweet like he has. But He was so amazing and it's terrible what happened, But I heard him say that I can't remember who said it. But they said if Trump would have had the demeanor that he had when he gave his farewell speech. And the second debate. He would've won. Yeah, he would have easily want so, but, uh, straight almost never get they almost never get, um, collected on the second term when they run and he has a great record. Even with messing up a little bit here. There may be a lot. Someone saying code doesn't matter if you Work through it. You admit it. But making about yourself and being hottie on being nasty. Does not work and take it from one that knows that. So thank you for your call. You were great. Great. Great. I mean, you really a great call Brian. And I want you to call again because people like you that call on Are really good. Then there's people that agree with me that don't that suck on the air. So it's not because you agree with me, So thank you, Brian. I appreciate your call, and thank you, Bernie. And by the way, if you disagree with me, you will get on sooner..

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"hussen" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"hussen" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"The morning of January, 24th 1945 near the town of Hussen, France. German forces ferociously counter attack The front left flank of the 7th and 8th infantry Regiment was 600 infantry troops. Six mark tanks and tank destroyer. Smart Six. Thanks sorry. Lieutenant Connor, having recently returned to his unit after recovering from a wound received in an earlier battle was working as the intelligence officer in the third Battalion Command post at the time of the attack. Understanding the devastating effect that the advancing enemy armor could have on the battalion. Lieutenant Connor immediately volunteered to run straight into the heart of the enemy assault to get a position from which he could directly direct rich friendly artillery on advancing enemy forces. With complete disregard for his own safety. Lieutenant Connor maneuvered 400 yards to our enemy artillery fire that destroyed trees in his path and rain shrapnel all around him while unrolling telephone wire needed to communicate with the battalion command post. Upon reaching the battalion's frontline. He continued to move forward on her enemy assault to a position 30 yards in front of the defending United States forces, where he plunged into a shallow ditch that provided minimal protection from the advancing enemies. Heavy machine gun in small arms fire with rounds impacting all around him. Lieutenant Connor calmly directed multiple fire missions adjusting round after round of artillery from his prone position until the enemy was forced to hold his advance and seek cover near it behind a nearby dyke. For three hours. Lieutenant Connor remained in this compromise position and during the repeated onslaught of German infantry, which at one point advance within five yards of his position. As a German as German infantry, regrouped and began to mass in an overwhelming assault. Lieutenant Connor ordered friendly artillery to concentrate directly on his own position, having resolved to die if necessary to destroy the enemy advance. Ignoring the friendly artillery shells, blanketing his position and exploded mere feet from him. Lieutenant Connor continued to direct artillery fire on the enemy assault swarming around him until the German attack was finally broken. His heroism and disregard for his own life. Lieutenant counter Stop the enemy advance the artillery he expertly directed while under constant enemy fire killed approximately 50 German soldiers. And wounded an estimated 100 more preventing what would have undoubtedly been heavy from the casualties. His actions are in keeping with the highest traditions of military service and reflect reflect great credit upon himself, the third Infantry Division The United States Army. Remember what we talked about. Earlier in the show. We opened up the show today talking about.

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"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"We are 12th half begins now hears the voice of the quakes. Welcome back to Earth Quake Stadium. Everyone as we are. In halftime mode, still waiting the starts. Of the second half. Of course, One of the unforeseen issues of the first half was the fact that Danny Hussen left a match with an injury. He was one of the many changes That was made to this light up wand Allow ski Hussen, Selina's Lopez, all a niece and Marie, all among the changes that were made to this lineup. So who said, we only got to see about 30 ish minutes of him? For he went out with an injury replaced by Andy Rios. It was his groin. As we take a look at the benches for both these teams. J. T. Marcinkowski is the backup keeper for San Jose Groom Coscia, Nikolay, Tommy Thompson and Tanner Beast in the back of defenders. Back of mid fielders are Vasco and Cal. Vo and forwards are Cal now and any Rios of obviously was on the bench to start this game. The rapids or wins the backup keeper. Drew Mohr, Austin, Trusty Declan Win. Jeremy Kelly, Jack Price, Jonathan Lewis, Brain Galvan and Chi Camara. As we get ready, we will see if there's any substitution is that are made by either side going into this second half. I'll tell you right off the bat that every team needs a strong game plan. Whether you're on the pitcher preparing for an emergency. If there's one thing the last few months have taught us Is that we all need to stay prepared. That's why PG any and the earthquakes want you to get your team ready by creating an emergency plan for your family, so you can be prepared in the event of an earthquake or any other emergency. Your family may face..

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"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"But only gets his faras Danny Wilson. Controls for Rapids, Boubacar. It's a playback to his feet. Again, am I? It was loaned to Colorado for the 2019 season and permanently acquired. November of 2019. Wait for the crew as well as Colorado. 60 appearances 56 starts Appeared for the Canadian under 20 national team. Also Three years in college at the University of Dayton is this one's knocked out of play. Espinosa was Trying to keep it in play. Grow in Danny Hussen trying to fight on the edge of the 18 to the byline muscles. The possession pushes it outside across, whipped in. This is going to be headed down. See if it's a foot race if anyone can get it. Finally, it's going to come to the control of Lopez Lopez, working in on the attack into the 18 gets it back on top now puts it in for Hussein, who can't get their knocked away cleared out to Rubio. Behind the edge of the circle, and it's going to be run down on the outside and controlled by Sam Vines pushed back towards the centre line. Keegan Rosen, Barry Sends it long up the right half. It's going to be a costume comes down with it marked by Lopez moves it's centrally Now play the Rubio marked by young birth. Rubio, working to his left tripped up in just possessed after it was knocked away by young birth back to the center back in colonies who plays it to his left and Lopez. Out to Salinas Inside Jackson, you'll off the left elbow. It's colonies and now controlled with a little bit of space by Judson, who puts a 45 degree diagonal out on the right half. It's going to bounce out of play, and it's going to go back to the rapids off the throwing. Thrown in. Boubacar controls for Colorado. Now up to Acosta, please this back Warner. Now Rosen, very hounded by Salinas. Rubio. Rosen, Barry. Warner Warner.

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"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Going to be a free kick for San Jose. On top of the 18 foreign young birth sets it up quickly taps into Wondolowski, who rapidly gets it back and play it out. Two Marine You'll now with a couple of steps. Colony's on top of the arc. It's the ball carry him back towards the top of the A team. Lopez. His clearance is blocked, backto all any Solon ese. It's it upto Hussen Hussen hounded, bounce it off a Judson Al here, Salinas, the heart of Texas, dribbling along their touchline dispossessed from behind. Anyone's ball run down by Danny Wilson and the Scotsman plays back too. Yarbrough pops it up. Right of the circle in the earthquakes. After all of these heads it Back to Colorado. Half words picked up by Keegan, Rosen Berry. I like to say sounds like a good serial from The eighties. Each year. Rosen Berries Judson back into the circle. It's happening off of fuel and getting back juice in the Brazilian. Missed the first two starts of the year but has started every match since. Long ball towards the far corner flag run down by Espinosa kept alive going to ground to do so. Great effort knocked back to Marie off the right elbow back out wide. Espinosa. Espinosa plays it back right of the circle. Now in front of the circle you a little bit right of center back right of the circle and Judson. Spinoza, coming back on the ball doesn't have any other options decides.

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"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The trainer is still having a look at Daniel Vega. He's looking for a bounce back after conceding five goals against FC just few nights ago. Kevin, stop the head referee. Whistle is back in play. Quickly to Jackson. You'll in Jackson, you'll tries to send along it's blocked back into where the ultras would be on the south end of the stadium, and it's going to be gold for San Jose once again. The rapids keeping numbers down, tryingto use a little bit of that high press they saw so successfully run by L. A. F. C Just a few nights ago, colonies and Lopez on the near side Lopez fighting through Kellen Acosta, the former homegrown talent. From FC Dallas through Wando in the centre Circle out on the right wing Marie and Espinosa. It's going to be Espinosa coming in looking for Hussain Hussain taps it back to No. One. Picked up and played back to Judson. Recovery, thereby Espinosa to keep possession in favor of San Jose. Colony's You'll write of the circle in the right flat out wide. Paul Marie Shoots in Fuel. Howto Espinosa track back towards the centre line. Now it's the quakes Backline and a reset through Daniel Vega. Vega, challenged by Rubio sends it long lawless Aboubacar Gonna headed away from Danny Hussen has coming in with a bit of a knock down there. Was Jackson you'll, but they played advantage after Cole Basset did get knocked down. Now this has played along the back line. Aboubacar up to Rubio and back to Danny Wilson. Scotsman sends it right up the middle. He wanted to find them family, and it's gonna deflect out and back.

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"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Now as we previously we're broadcasting here when Major League Soccer was in the Orlando bubble, and once again when the team is on the road, I will be broadcasting here from Earthquakes Stadium even though we are back at MLS League play. Ian Home stadiums. So good evening and we start for a third time this season on the regular season. I'm Ted Raimi always excited to bring you all the action, even if it's a little bit different this year, at least now, 50% of the time for the rest of the year, and it's all different is none of these games are being played in front of fans, except for a few select markets. Tonight's Player of the game is brought to you by Intermedia and I will be looking at Kate Campbell, who is making his first ever start for the San Jose Earthquakes and for his MLS career. He is just 16 years of age, so we're very excited to see what he could. Dio, of course. His first appearance in Major League Soccer was in the second half of the second game of the year. Back on March 7th. Against Minnesota United. You see the speed, you see the power, you see why he's top drawer Soccer's number one recruit overall for his year in America, a lot of potential there, but the one who we will give a secondary player of the game look to who we're going to be watching his Tanner beasts in making his debut and his first ever start. As the Stanford grad the Cardinal's selected with the 12th overall pick in the 2020 Major League Soccer. Superdraft is now making his Debut and his first ever start for the Earthquakes were going to take a quick break and we'll be back with your community Update plus the starting lineups coming up next. Listeningto San Jose. Earthquakes pregame Danny Hussen stop. It's Time with kickoff is next on KNBR 10 50 of these sports.

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"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To start attacking on the right flank. Schoenfelder working there. Rahim Edwards. Edwards, charging into the A team is passes deflected. Espinosa takes it on top of the arc and out turns and heads up field for San Jose. And this will play to the outside. Bokko drifting in Lifting one over the top want to catch Wondolowski, but he's got some traffic on the inside, couldn't get their handled off the bounce by Miller. Four minutes of stoppage time have been added here. Even Wondolowski at this point looks winded. He's been chasing the game so much. It's so difficult to be a substitute and then asked to do everything. Offend with everything attack. For him. It's been an open game since he's arrived. Here's Bacho. Into the 18 takes the shot. Hi. And Miller was able to keep his hands. Away from that one. So it's back on a goal kick for the ludes and for the earthquakes, they'll look back on this game and the wonder really, what if, but you just have to say the one bright moment they had as a Tommy Thompson? Forcing Korea's into a handball, not a very dangerous moment in the game. So they just haven't been the earthquakes. We've seen all tournament long, Ted. They haven't been creating the chances. And it really we've noted since minute one. The energy levels just haven't looked the same. How could they be? As we see skate and putting one into the 18 But Miller comes flying off his line to grab it and keep it away from Danny Huston, who was the closest earthquake. Two minutes and change of gone by and the least four that were added on for one in favor of Minnesota. Right now quarterfinals of the MLS is back tournament Minnesota if this final holes would go on to play Orlando in the semis Wondolowski leading Hussen while knocked back to Wondolowski back to Hudson Hussen. Fierro byline. And couldn't turn on that one sends it into the side piping behind the net. And it's back to the Lute's. Well, you thought last night when LF she could not get the resulting against the home team Orlando FC You just felt it could be that type of turnip for the earthquakes were the favorites go down and the quakes go in, but unfortunately they couldn't produce the same type of moments. But they have all tournament long but Full credit to the lone star Ted. They have definitely been the aggressors. They have been the more sharp team they have been. The war. I guess team that executed the plan they came in to do. It's what they've done to San Jose time and time again. And they got that early lead and did not relinquish only built upon it. Like you said The one mistake was the handball inside the box of Tommy Thompson that it's almost flawless came from the loons. Just so many things, right?.

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"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You get a look at the Thanks fans in the Zoom party. Some sort of room party. Not sure who Who is hosting knows As we get a hydration break show and you've got 15 minutes and change now, Joe roughly when you got to just play to the open game at this point, trying to make something happen, right for sure. And I think Adrian Heath is on the flip side, probably telling his men they have to slow it down. When they get the ball offensively. They've gotta put some type of possession because they know San Jose's strength. They know they can't probably with weather a storm for 20 minutes of just playing defensively. We need to get set up in their low block. The earthquakes are looking more dynamic. The longer this team this game goes. The question is, will they be able to get one and get them back in this game in time? You know, Look at Chris Wondolowski. Three goals in the tournament. Is it a six gold for 90 minutes played rates. I believe right now, Joe. Right? I mean, it's There's nothing more. I think I think I said the same thing. Five years ago, there's nothing to say. I mean, this guy is just Mr Efficient. Adrian Heath. Yeah, It's gotten a lot of TV time tonight. Back in play. Sent long San Jose and robs kicks it back into the Minnesota half where it is going to be Dotson, who comes down with it moves. It's centrally skating. Pressure anything, Finlay, but only able to come down without putting out lied for Dotson again. Not looking for an outlet pass, works it inside finding Schoenfeld. Back outside. Watson deflection. Bounces over the top colonies. Laying this back to Vega. Make a place along this one sails into the circle. Loosen. Heads it down into the path of want allows. You puts it out on the right wing. The arrow. Overlapped by Espinosa. And the arrow spun and just couldn't get a good hit on that ball. Out of play that looms. Just look a little bit indecisive going forward. They don't know if they should hold possession if they should try to get even farther in the attack on the defensive end. Michael Boxer has let Danny Hussen handled and hold up the play twice now. Coming off of him. Uncharacteristic what we've seen all game. They need to put pressure. You don't want them to be able established. Possession your half Rahim Edwards is sub Don for Robin Lawd. Bounces back to the possession of San Jose colonies. Wanting Espinosa and where he met words almost stole that again. That's just those tired legs. I think you're speaking of Joe is all of these. It's this back, puts down the left wing for Shay Salinas, working on a sunny Dotson Salinas off the right foot. Stops now putting one into the 18 towards the spot headed out of the 18. But this is going to fall to the control of Espinosa, who watches it out. Smart play. They're letting the earthquakes get a little bit more organized. Why you also let the looms get more organized as really fascinated, See Espinosa letting that run. He normally likes to be isolated. It just goes to show you how well chance Gaspar's done. Nowlan East, bringing this forward out of top of the circle to his right. Bouncing off of skating. Back to Kashi is 79 minute, 31 Minnesota Vasco. Outside Salinas. Back to Vasco. On top of the 18 he lets it fly once again too high on that one out for a goal kick for Minnesota. 79 minutes. Frustrating night, Rocco. He's put himself in some good spots. Similarly, he's been right there on that right side of Tyler Miller's and opened right footed, with that far post, just gaping, waiting for it. He's got it all wrong A few times tonight, Ted, you just need to put it on frame needs to start asking questions. At this point. There's not enough time. Every possession is paramount. Long ball from Edwards to show Infeld knocked around. Hairston fighting with colony Solon ese for San Jose wins it back. Trying to find an outlet goes back into the circle towards you'll spins away from one man turns back up to face. Minnesota goal lays it off to his right pushes the Ford Espinosa wakes trailing 31 in the 80th minutes. Now, all of these Top of the circle to skate in Gay and outside Espinosa. Espinosa on the brake fighting against Edwards left footed cross into the 18 headed by Hussen. Couldn't get it on frame out for a goal kick with loons. Good job from Christian has been notes up once again just doesn't have the ladies to get by Edward's cuts it back on his less preferred left foot. And who's in trying to come back to that ball? Can't redirected on frame. 81st minute, 31 Minnesota right now leading San Jose in the quarterfinals. Of the MLS is back tournament. This is single game elimination. So if this is The end's results, Jose would be out of the tournament. Honeys. Back of the circle. Coscia Espinosa. Coming through to skate and muff Wondolowski, but sand can't hold on the possession one backed by Ozzie Alonso. Now Gregers, bringing it forward. And Lane went out on the right half. Is this going to be run down by Ethan Finlay. Bentley. Cuts it back here. Stone with a shot gets way under that one. It's going to be out for a gold for San Jose Reston is putting his hands up. But he gets it all wrong because he has time to not only get the shot off but to look up. To see who's open. Ethan Finlay does so well, this is what I'm talking about Ted. They need the whole possession or get a higher percentage shot. They give possession back to the earthquakes. When you're tired. The last thing you want to do is be defending against a team with a guy like Chris Wondolowski around..

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"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And brings it across to the far side. Here's a sonnet. Dotson into the 18 takes the shot. It's going to be wide off that side netting almost had the bit of visual illusion there. Joey looks like on the back for a second there. For the loons, just a good job of switching the point of attack. Here's Hussen. Plays it back into the quakes hath And out of play throwing for San Jose. And they're going to say it deflected off of Espinosa. A lot. Yeah, he did. He got his foot in there and I'd like to think this hydration break will probably benefit the loons at this point. Any slow down of the game. And it's back skate and getting into Wondolowski scan making his first appearance for San Jose. I should note What you buy CFC you Here's Vasco on the exact Bach Elated offer Salinas Salinas working in on Dotson Salinas towards the spot. The Alonso gobbles it up and gets it out of the danger zone. Played Out towards Schoenfeld. Back to Greg. Votto Alonso Lod. And then Espinoza. Get steals it back. Espinosa on the attack for San Jose lays it off to his right for Fierro. You're a light in the 18 cross deflected and it's going to be headed. Brought down by Vasco left of the six Bokko on Dotson Bokko drifting towards the top of the 18 turns shoots. It's going to be high and wide out for a goal kick. For the loons. All the earthquakes doing a better job. Just took a turn over at midfield. I got it all wrong, and Fergus Espinosa. I thought he made the wrong decision there. He either need to let that one fly on his preferred right foot. Cut it across the way he puts it outside and the looms are able to set up defensively. Back.

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"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"hussen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"KNBR, 10 52nd half begins. No hears the voice of the quakes. Welcome back to the stadium where Joe Kanan and I are Taking it all in. We're course not in Orlando with the San Jose Earthquakes at ESPN Wide world of Sports complex, But we have been able to bring all the action Joe and see it all. It's too nothing. Minnesota United After 45 change and you know one of the things that We've really seen from the quakes in these last few games. They've come out with a great amount of spark, but the legs did look a little bit flat at the start of this one. Wow, for sure they did, and for you know, we've been accustomed to seeing them dominate. Game in game out, even against Seattle. It was 00 but we really felt they had the lion's share of possession and the lion's share of not only possession but possession in the opposing Half. So this is definitely a change for the earthquakes. They run up against the Minnesota side. That's just a motivated as they are, and really what the big question is. Now. What is Matias Almeyda going to say to this team? At halftime. Or what changes is he going to make to turn this around? And you have to wonder what we're going to see? Like you said in terms of those changes because you do have Danny who sin you have Chris Wondolowski. You have cave cattle. You have Shay Salinas. You have Carlos Fierro. Those are your big weapons right now on offense, and that's a good weapon. Those who go up is that Salinas cowl wand Allow Ski Hussen and Fierro. I don't think there's anything about those five subs. They can't get you right back into this game, But you got to make sure it stays just a two goal deficit. While there was a line change against the Vancouver Whitecaps, I think it was four subs that he came out with You and I I wouldn't be surprised to see something somewhere tonight. From my angle. It just seems like the team overall just lacks cohesive energy. There's no more of that dynamic play that we've seen. That's got him to this point and the guys on the bench. Their legs already. They've been at it. They're the ones that haven't accumulated the over 300 minutes that most of the starting team has. So for me, it's got to be changes with personnel first, and that could lead to more energy, which could lead to more chances which you lied to the earthquakes. Getting back into that. As we get ready for the start of the second half between the San Jose Earthquakes and Minnesota United, it is to nothing in favor of Minnesota. At the half Ted Raimi alongside quick Cell of Famer Joe Cannon. Every team needs a strong game plan. Whether you're on the pitcher preparing for an emergency, and if there is one thing the last few months have taught us, it's that we all need to stay prepared..

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"hussen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

14:46 min | 2 years ago

"hussen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"G. M. T. welcome to weekend with Judy more echo coming up it's really brings in emergency measures to fight the corona virus outbreak which stop people entering or leaving the worst affected regions also protest celebrations and calls for action people around the world to mark international women's day we get the view from Latin America we've seen some awful instances matters of women and girls in Mexico and it will likely be very knowledge of bands no jobs international women's day that an extending into a strike the following day on Monday plus we return to to island in the Philippines a month after the volcanic eruption that dismayed by the in laws house in that subject and now it's all done so ruined that's over here on weekend after the latest world news hello I'm Neal Nunez with the B. B. C. news the government in Italy has introduced surveyor restrictions on the movement of people in much of the north of the country in an effort to contain the spread of the new coronavirus these will affect roughly sixteen million people in Lombardy in forty dot the provinces in his announcement early on Sunday morning the prime minister to separate country described the measures as rigorous Buckminster street level yeah we'll get until a salute to the chief of the she didn't give me a call okay we want to guarantee the health of our citizens you know what we understand that all these measures will create inconveniences we understand that these measures will impose sacrifices sometimes smoke and sometimes fake bake but this is a time but we must take responsibility for ourselves we need to understand that all of us need to adhere to the matches any travel in these areas will require special permission all the measures such as the closure of museums and cinemas would later be expanded to cover the rest of the country China has reported the lowest number of new infections since January Harmon who bay province is still the most affected sixty years he woken in its latest daily briefing on the new corona virus outbreak the commission announced forty four new cases most of them in Wuhan the city where the outbreak started twenty seven people have died that's the lowest number of deaths related to the virus in more than a month new infections in who bay province of which will happen is the capital have been on a downward trend for several weeks the fear now according to the commission is of infections coming into the country from outside China two new cases reported in the capital Beijing on Sunday were people who would come from Italy and Spain the Venezuelan interior minister Nestor overall says at least thirty eight workers from the state oil company Petr face have been arrested for only trafficking Mr overall called the actions treason he said those detained included the president of a shipping subsidiary and thirty crew members of an oil tanker the minister said the tanker had illegally sold it's all in the Congo the Brazilian former football star Ronaldinho ga cho show and his brother have been ordered to remain in pre trial detention in Karbala on charges of using false documents to enter the country with more his campus periods is this seven hour hearing in front of the judge on Friday he depends for the first time and prosecutors have decided then that there was a case for leniency because ronaldinha being very cooperative with them so they came to the judge asking for an alternative punishment a contribution to a local park on charity but the judge absolutely refuse this she said both men which be held for an undetermined period while the case was properly investigated world news from the BBC Chinese authorities say at least four people have died following the collapse of a hotel in the southeastern coastal city of two one zero the building was being used to quarantine individuals would come into close contact with confirmed cases of corona virus officials said that more than forty survivors had been pulled out from the rubble the Lebanese prime minister Hussen Diablos announces government's decision to default on a foreign currency debts for the first time in the country's history in a live televised address Mr di OB said that Lebanon would not to pay a one point two billion eurobond that matures this Monday he said the decision had been made to protect the country's interests of them stepped aside though that'll look many yeah they live in the state we'll see to restructure its debts in a manner consistent with the national interest by entering into faith negotiations how are we supposed to be the creditors in other countries when the Lebanese are not able to take their money from their bank accounts how are we supposed to pay creditors and leave hospitals suffering from a lack of medical supplies but surely a man has died of his injuries received during clashes between demonstrators and the police in the capital Santiago there are unconfirmed reports that he was hit in the head by a tear gas canister fired by police thousands of people had gathered in the central Santiago on Friday night they were renewing demands for more government action to address social inequality in Chile the Pakistani government has announced a series of measures to boost its film industry which has long been overshadowed by India's Bollywood a spokesman said the government would simplify the censorship process cinema holes will also be recognized as an industry helping them to secure loans and all the incentives BBC news it's six minutes past six G. M. T. welcome to weekend from the BBC world service with me Judy America so the Italian government is introducing a radical new restrictions in a bid to contain the spread of corona virus in a degree published initially in the Italian press these include preventing all but emergency travel in and out of the worst affected region that's Lombardy museums sports centres in ski resorts could also be close we're joined by Giada is I'm part of a freelance journalist based in Rome and judge of the scale of these announcements indicates just how seriously this is now being viewed in Italy yes this is exactly M. D. the attic unexceptional Hey you know decision an exceptional decree which was actually drafted the and then leaked to the press to creating a looks of confusion about the new managers Patty was confirmed during the night after a press conference at by prime minister just have pickled table explained that it this moment these are the necessary measures needed to try to contain the contagious which has been escalating into really surprising way and now we have now what is two hundred people at that and from the new coronavirus and over five thousand people and taking that in our clean contaminated so it's becoming a real national emergency and the reaction to these measures so far what are people saying I think most people we're actually kind of prepared to dis we'll see if for example the lumber deflected old creature needs probably going to be locked down after these degree S. there was some sort of panic some people are probably trying to you know take a train or find out that we used to leave the region trying not to be trapped there but apart from that the where lots of controversy between the local region the real current governors and the central power and the central government about you know how to handle these emergency and so I think these kind of measures which were decided at center deliver and are pretty extreme I'm going to probably encounter some sort of resistance at the local level what about the economic impact of this in any measures that might be in the government's mind to to try and ease the wider picture yeah this is actually a big problem because easily easy set up very difficult situation the there's a massive step that this waiting on the economy and is freezing another dramatic recession which it would probably be confirmed forty easier after dis corona virus emergency so I think the government is going to try to use these emergency as a way to obtain the more we go home to with the European Union on how to use you know it's status six and the possible boost group growing boost measures that could help to contain the damage from these emergency that's for sure is going to be huge thank you very much John is upon a freelance journalist based in Rome on those measures introduced by the Italian government well we stay with economic matters but for different regions and go to Lebanon last night the prime minister of Lebanon announced the country will for the first time defaults on a foreign currency debt Lebanon was due to pay a one point two billion eurobond that matures this Monday the prime minister hi sandy OB said more than forty percent of the population could soon be in poverty will carry much higher is a journalist in Beirut working for the public source which is an independent news organization I'm reaction to this Kareem what a country says it can't pay its debts people are going to be very worried on the note good morning absolutely so I think for many people they have been expecting the fault to be this isn't there to be made you know the country's running out of its reserves and the different colonies far from productive so for a lot of people they even feel the faults only way for the government to you know stop kicking the can down the road and actually get something done but unfortunately all options whether they try to pay that that's or default it's going to you know there's there's no positive option for any of this when you look back I'm imagining over a number of years is it possible to identify the root causes of the economic problems the country now faces absolutely so there's a lot of talk about you know corruption and mismanagement of public funds but I think the root problem goes back you know towards the end of civil war in nineteen ninety one Lebanon's reconstruction effort transformed the con for productive onto a service one so we saw lots of efforts towards banking luxury tourism and real estate but things like industry agriculture never really came back together so lebron doesn't have a productive economy in that sense and I think this is why I called me husband so fragile for the past few decades I'm trying to do with it I mean you you use the phrase kicking the can down the road a moment ago the implication that being that the government knows it's a problem but doesn't really know how to deal with it yeah absolutely you know at the end of the day this is a very it was a very toxic of economy but we have seen a record profits you know for real estate companies and the banks and they've they make profit over the system and so there were fears of time with it really well for themselves even though we have been to have rapid economic inequality we don't have a console secure network whatsoever so this is how things sort of worked out for themselves I'm not inequality when people call upon health services when they send their children to school all day now beginning to see those services decline I would say so I mean lebron has never had a really good it'll a public services becomes a ducation healthcare otherwise horses and two thousand eighteen the government husband calling for you know austerity measures which they say you know are short but necessary painful measures for the economy to recover people do fear you know further cuts to the services which are given adequate to begin with but people still have to rely on a private alternatives just to get the bare minimum required for ito for decent living but now the great fear is that with a lot of public sector where workers you know having their salaries decimated or getting laid off you know people feel that that that poverty level or forty for some it might get even higher because many families still do live paycheck to paycheck to paycheck office jobs with no viable alternatives right now thank you very much for that Karim Chaya journalist in Beirut on the latest economic picture in Lebanon it so we can from the BBC world service now women and men from the civil society in all walks of life plan to take part in marches around Paki sthan today March the eighth international women's day to demand rights for women will be hearing about other parts of the world in a moment as well the organizes in Pakistan of or after March twenty twenty have been criticised over some of the slogans and placards with some people saying that they are crude and they feature offensive language the BBC sickened Kamani joins me now from Pakistan gives a sense Sikandar of what's gonna be happening over the next few hours so it later on today we're expecting that is to take place inside the all the major cities of Pakistan Islamabad where I am right now Lahore Karachi as well as in some of the the the smaller towns as well and although it's much or it means women in in or do this is been the kind of largest topic of discussion on social media really for the last at least two weeks and as you say there's been a lot of controversy around it with right wing Islamist politicians threatening to use force to stop the protests this war the demonstrators someone even go to court to file a petition to try and get the court to stop these that these rallies taking place a lot of the focus has been on some of the slogans that have been used a slogan in particular that seems to have been raised the right wing section of the of this country we can say is that it you know do it hasn't made it just a medium medium was.

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