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"iata" Discussed on Upload Media 123
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"iata" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Score for free which is going to give you the clearest indication of how you're gonna end up with the rate because the score is key with what you've got for a mortgage Kim Victoria in Wisconsin says I'm a flight attendant and a workgroup has been offered and enhanced retirement package which highlights a hundred and twenty thousand dollars in retirement medical accounts twenty six weeks severance pay health care coverage X. cetera is this a deal that I shouldn't pass up I'm sixty two and a half had planned to fly for another eight years and then she goes on to give some very specific information about her income and you're welcome to ask me if you need to act it did she say how many years she's been fine she didn't she just said our age right so the reason that's the question I'm asking is that if you have high seniority you're not likely to be one of the individuals that's laid off as airlines are going to expect that they're going to need smaller work forces and smaller fleet sizes even as we continue recovery travel is down right now price my eighty six percent from where it was a year ago and it's not going to stay there it's going to steadily improve but the airlines economists expect it's a three year window till air travel returns to former levels so airlines are going to cut work forces airlines are specifically concentrating trying to get senior higher paid employees to take buyout packages and leave early you presented such an interesting window you're sixty two but you want to work you want to fly for eight more years the money they offer you as a sweetener package is likely not enough to overcome the income you would have even if they insist you pay cuts later to overcome the income you would forfeit over an eight year window you told me you were thank goodness maybe I could quit now maybe I'll work a year or two longer I'd say take a buyout packages somebody with a lot of seniority otherwise I'm I think you're best off staying knowing that sense airline layoffs are done on a seniority basis anybody with a substantial number of years it's going to be safe in his or her job it's going to be newer younger hires that are the ones that are going to suffer from the layoffs that could involve a significant period of time tell call back travel will ultimately recover fully and completely and being larger even than it is today but it is going to be a while before that happens this is the Clark Howard show she ten.
"iata" Discussed on AP News
"The middle east's largest airline Emirates says it has reduced grounded flights due to the new virus and where it says it's adjusted its schedules and capacity to meet the challenge and passenger Dimond and Austin ploys to take paid leave unpaid leave for up to a month at the time the airline has cancelled flights to all cities in China except Beijing the world's largest airline trade association IATA says Mideast carriers have already lost around $100000000 worth in revenue due to a drop in ticket sales because of the virus I'm Charles the last month
Emirates reduces, cuts flights due to virus
"The middle east's largest airline Emirates says it has reduced grounded flights due to the new virus and where it says it's adjusted its schedules and capacity to meet the challenge and passenger Dimond and Austin ploys to take paid leave unpaid leave for up to a month at the time the airline has cancelled flights to all cities in China except Beijing the world's largest airline trade association IATA says Mideast carriers have already lost around one hundred million dollars worth in revenue due to a drop in ticket sales because of the virus I'm Charles the last month
"iata" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"The unlike glen me not question it too much in i'll just like go along with it and then you know here it was hilarious in there was like there were some stuff in there that was left to literally in the scripted says iata yatta yadav to just kind of have like the canvas ghosts ad read i i think think i set you up for it but then you just guy it just says yaeyama and then you did like a full off the top of your head canvas people add read accept his campus somebody said after the fact way why wasn't it casper which is a funny idea that that should have been the ad read but that would have been two straight i think but then when you when he ranted and raved about tina in story about the horse you did that for like a solid two minutes straight unscripted just completely off the cuff and i was leaning so far back in my chair with both of my hands covering my mouth because you were killing me and i was about to burst into laughter and completely destroyed the audio but that was one of the happiest memories of my recent existence asked to me four or rant on something people is a top ranting toll go on rant about it was nice to have carte blanche yeah why liked the idea of you kind of being an asshole kind of being a really rough version of rob assessor nino almost like like.
"iata" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto
"All of us can sit here and say that the german stevens deserves that knockout win and was headed in that direction josh emma was never going to recover but we have these rules we have referees in place these guys are trained they're getting paid you got to make that call you have to it is a call it no one wants to make but that's why you're there and i thought dan merkley i drove the ball for plain and simple i thought he missed a foul and and so now here we're talking about a controversial stoppage now here's here's a quote by stevens after the fight of this is via bloody elbow now that the wording of this i find very interesting so you tell me where this lands on you he says darren miracle iata came into the back before the fight he said this is the new unified rules this is the interesting part he said that if two hands are down you can lift one hand up to me if he's on his knees and one hand is up it's okay to throw in nis that those are the littoral words that steven said now i don't know if stevens is misspeaking here in if that's what actually what miracle iata said but if that is the case then maybe it's just a case of the rules were miss understood and stevens thought he was throwing legally while no magnet ace honestly this situation where i think we're getting onto another topic in that is how unfortunate it is that we even have different rules across states and the reason i think that that happens is because these athletic commissions have to modify their statutes in order to.
"iata" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster
"It would help our police yep willisch lopez didn't bed led to a mother fucking thigh while iata and as an isn't is new york collar while five or six times i went down by myself senator on so which are y'all follow me on do crimes onto all that she mail was going on all national dogma we really low you mainly fucking which elected there will sandwich are worked for me man look off wounding man put a few thousand up a sound like a good idea marina pass my pointed alibek edge nutty almighty snow i do it yourself mayo the rare that's number one of the worst nego tell me no says it always tell you their two worst date whereas they engages in no i tried so the crazies should to me is how you kind of experienced all of hiphop right and what i mean by that is you win in you blew up with death row and it was from my i'm and i don't known with disrespect the position but from a vantage point it was like good business but bad businesses bad way to do business right and then you went to masterpiece which was like complete one eighty and it was great business great an ms to be too he is a genius yoga shout out he's there has to pay that nick if it weren't for mass appeal will be no money iraq masterpiece taught money ratnam should night made money iran masterpiece put money iraq forgive davorg difference when i was on death row records we made a lot of fucking money should not controlled it all everything was in his name he distributed the money passed it out again early fetch you should atp we got a lot of money but it may not have been what we post at all no limit wreckers master piton ownership these cars or in your name this house is he.
"iata" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"So legend really really nice resume this guy's got is just killing it first what does he does what does he have to movies and then ninety nine street to dvd fucking movies he's got squinting eyes i hit under seige slickedback hair he inspire your hair no he didn't don't you ever easier don't you ever sat either iata's the cigars cigar had alert have you ever seen under siege cash seen under siege under siege is actually pretty good movie no is fine my god it's really to that's your seagal impression collier asses he just say he his face always looks like he's sticking his head out of a car going ninety on highway jason nigeria out of the car into the uh like he's mid sneeze near so much pain so he has his own bitcoin is what you say you're a i don't know the name wait how do you just create a bitcoin i've i think he's the spokesperson of bitcoin bitcoin is literally light and try and find it all these cryptocurrencies are basically like the root like they have the same rules as whose landings in any way like the the currency doesn't matter and the points don't exist but it's like they don't they're not real work people are trading things that are not physical and basically not accepted anywhere i mean i have no idea early online places like amazon or they moving towards using cryptocurrency there's blumers that they will so what are you gonna do you're going to buy or if bitcoin's valued at fifteen thousand dollars you're get a go and by use one bitcoin to by fifteen thousand dollars where the stuff when auburn i it's you can break down into france jones you could buy like point zero zero zero five bitcoin coin i know i know that.
"iata" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"I still i still the what what you get when you car that tale we don't know all right i'll get this game out of here a guy who get in first a dumping them into the volcano higher gave up on ever getting anymore engine f things slugging to have also that's how hawaii plans to enact its legislation by dumping all the games and volcano that they've got him halsey i've been one it was crazy uh let's see last story fly story the system shock remake is on the rocks no it's on hiatus no what's despite raising one point three million dollar leclerc eva's kickstarted they have said they are putting it on hiatus the irs talking like the over scooped a lot okay they are quote reassessing development is 13 a ton of money for like a low not we're not here it's a lot of money for kickstarter it is not a lot of money in the world i developing as a video yet that's what i meant yes same here we played we played the alpha that they put out of that on a upf iata's looked awesome like i really like the style of it it sounded like they fuck and went off the reservation on this thing an inaugural wild way yeah yeah there there based are they were according publishers and then that led to them mobile to make the game bigger myth game bigger this and leah was less of a remake and more of a new thing like the reboot uh did you the interview was polygon had this quotes from the ipil as i nightime over the may they may well have i pulled this off of tucker and while they were the quotes just basically saying like yeah i'd let it got away from us i seem very like hey we we intend to circle back on this and get it done and and you know get the rewards out to the people that backed us but like it sounds like that they're taking contractors off the project and not laying any fulltimers off but it doesn't sound like this is i.
"iata" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat
"Uh i i don't know i i haven't dmc disagree i don't know that will see another tutte zelda game i think now that that that the switch a sort of the primary focus or or probably will be in the coming year i feel like it it nintendo might be hard pressed to to divvy up those teams to create different types of zelda adventurous you know but then again we also got a tutte metre last year saw i actually that i i actually think you're guaranteed one because of the online plan i think about four swords no i like thinking about it right like if they are releasing a monthly online focused game as part of nintendo's switch on line four swords over schori i i the that'd be pretty easy to port over edinburgh on that back from the game could not like i was thinking about a twoleg maybe it is the end of kind of like the three d s era like to dis elder games but like four swords came out on a console before it was kinda hard to play at first red remember the g hookups and all that but i feel really good online multiplayer game especially if he can finally chat i know you are you are v foremost expert on the legend of zelda iata's and then late everyone oh oh yeah yeah zach knows zach knows i ate a marsha grin i have not really played as all the game while i'm that's bold of you to come on the show and your for 7 b like you i was a nintendo fans i heed i'm just like her up with the nintendo council europe with a second genesis that it sits you play breath of the wild i did play a bit arrest of the wire yep took it has like the french has interest you somebody like from the outside looking in like do you.
"iata" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre
"Bob church collapse for pastor who sexually assaulted a teenager lorde and then and then of course that's lumped in with the support for a roy more an end president trump and you know then you have the you'd then you have the narrative right i mean we're anxious care more about power and it and and and and often this is done in the name of reputation read the reason we don't want we don't want the spillover to the police's because we've we've got to protect our reputation and and we see the fruit of how damaging that is right 'cause will our reputation will be much more enhanced by being honest and and coming forward and you know whatever else bray a i know like where okay there is a movie was it traffic when benicio del toro do you remember that movie i relied the movie traffic i have no idea what senior title i think if he is it travis around that same timer it's not twenty it's maybe it's 21 grams but there is on this movement while at iata's beneath with benito del toro in it and he's a pastor like a catholic priest ripe any who has never seem like he hit someone in his car in he kills him and then he like goes on for a while like living in the guilt of like having done this kind of thing rain at the end of the movie it's like he finally like basically selfconfessed is like ends up like you know claim confessing that he did this ends up like as i have to pay my time in his fan is his wife in his his has a couple of young kids and she just like you can't go to the police you can't confessed in but he's so burdened by the moral conviction of like i've killed somebody like i have to like i can't live with myself you know unless i like kind of bring about just what the you know the the normal like.
"iata" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"That's how he did admit crazy story i you know james franco like i think goes and takes writing classes is i think he got his degree in comparative literature the duties of freak e for education he just he was he was taken class at columbia i think for does all this now you've been doing it forever everything's kid and then he uh he got one of his big breaks was not yet i think that new york and why you and one of the things you had to do was a documentary that they'd like their final project any fall uh uh senate life they'll on all access in its come out his doctrine should come out but warned michaels give muoi access so like the who tell it goes in crazy what i wonder what happens with the guy tomen wiso like what what has he been doing pride tried to another movie and those kind of people are yes those kind of people are are kind of on i think he's obviously on the spectrum like he he's got an autissier something going on like i ask burgers something as broach you'd see do now did he tweets up tension and i remember this guy i remember the so well this guy he held either those lords poor guy never got to say anything though i hi mean oh cut what you now fears i never give up while dreams do come true that's cool though iata's yet at china's belts novelist whatever but he's at least he's i just think he's yeah he's on the spectrum right never gave up fourteen and a half years and golden globes well good for him at all hail it took a while but dismissed such a crazy why.
"iata" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"And pat the boy scouts are being disingenuous and yet iata but at the end of the day what i really care about is the kids and it sounds like this has been good for the kids i think so too but it also makes me question like what should scouting look like in a post gender world i mean we can look internationally two branches that have merged years ago and see how they're doing it we can run with the focus on social justice from the girl scouts which i think is a great thing to take with us across the scouting universe we can run with the focus on outdoorsman ship or outdoors person shift and really that focus on self reliance that the voice got seemed to have champions awhile i'd love to see them come together and it feels to me like a better butter battle dr seuss's style you know what i mean yes you put your butter on the top of the bottom yet at it that whole dr seuss's war analogy that was so brilliant because nobody really cares how you butter your bread but that's the kind of that adults fight about and this feels like one of those situations it feels like we're missing the point the point is that kids need to be cultivated into leaders and given choice to express themselves however they want and the separation though it is historic and though it is grounded in different 501 c3 filings eyeroll like it makes you just want to roll your eyes and think grownups are ruining everything get it together girl scouts anibal is gats of america and do what is the right thing for our young people which is bring them together in a post gender way why can't we do that yet if woke dillon can do it you can do it exactly and speaking of oak dillon there isn't a boys out there who want to be girl scouts and i owe missed wish we could pick and choose our favorite parts of boy scouts and girl scouts and bring them together in one scout like just listen to how the boy scouts in else's troop talk about girl scout cookies partly at at least she could share for boys today cathedral still reasons 'cause i was so cookies you.
"iata" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"Business as you are somebody in the news business isn't there is something to the limiting of it two hundred forty characters and you linked to your further thought you have your further thoughts but it's it's not in the body of 'em times you're reading a quote sometimes or any something where it doesn't fit you want to break up a quote yeah badia happens often but there's yeah you have to do the doctor daughter that's fyrom so it makes life easier uh i don't think that i have abused it i think i got your happen i got an earlier than a lotta people for some reason there and then everyone god at last week and then guess what it went away from me and so for like five days last week i was back to when forty was very strange and they wanna make big think about it because i feel like everyone would just laugh at me and then i would laugh at somehow came back it doesn't bother me people who abuse it with like the silliness iata's me but from a news perspective more information the better i feel like two 80s fine um i wish that they would just give donald trump won forty but other than that is a lot of people howeish said just give 140 but yeah i'm okay with the two i feel like twitter twitter still going to be about brevity and not everybody is going to use that that said i know you are noise by you know some people using the funny thing there's been some good ones if you'd law and order sv you their twitter that out the opening of the of the show you know the these officers of the of the special crimes unit was amazing and they put the dumped on it was it was great some people have done it right and by the way.
"iata" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"In what what he said the guy didn't even know what g hardest movement he was a porta retards iata story right it's it's bad i mean third grade he was trying to kill other kids news is suspended from high school 48times ghana is dan wazim his dad bully ill of a domestic violence repeatedly his dad believed that he's running at the dad himself is running a shadow government afghanistan and he doesn't just celebrate the taliban he isn't it through zia's for the taliban and the infected this kid was not well with all the cell biology year earn virement walk through the be the shit out of modah's delusional that in a variety an an ad on i this is your beat ireland's the meyer dads we don't do that don't tell you were doing this because the americas bombing in afghanistan up to turn you into warrior bam and like since then fucking mediated makes it decide i feel like is so appealing for you and then for you use the media when you have a message of course the abattoirs and and and islets the gobble six magagine as all about that we've we've touched we talked about violence by now i did a a an interview the other day and it was over though up with a with which would even view still trouble for san diego yacht the law the slaying or is not that i i'd been turned thirty nine dollar fine have never heard about hollywood entered one right hollywood on but i did this interview that he tried to bribe you to come down and let the blood the killer whales go now if you're a smart move on their part.
"iata" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Football players for example whose average life span is twenty years less than the average person around my h yeah and i known a fair amount of football players that are like cripples these poor does and so i consider myself fortunate in a way when i take a look back our member times were i was thinking that tennis on the one hand was a bit of a sissy type thing and we cite the upper class spamming everyone looks at bat way obviously golf antennas at golf you kenny they don't even running gotha me jesus clan unlit not that is not the toughest game like way tougher than iata's is crazy emmy's in insane game but that these guys and you get a football player like and i'm thinking to myself these i i was at a couple of games back when my buddies replaying the bears way way back when an eighty six when they play the giants in the playoffs and it was 17 below zero on the field and i'm thinking myself thank god i montana's barr thank the good lord this start to appreciate this more said a warning about it seems like it's a bit niro upper class in which which i've always wanted to change but it just hasn't changed its if anything is more difficult in a way it's more expensive and that sort of our society in a microcosm in similar to tennis because the rich of gotten richer and more difficult to be able to afford it and that's one of the things i've been wanting to try and change in new york with my tennis academy because it's just the best athletes are playing basketball plane footballer the size of a tennis court they're putting twenty kids kick in a sackable ball and they think that oh yeah they know how to play soccer that kick it.
"iata" Discussed on BiggerPockets
"Build up your network of able buildup your clients of you know get establishes an agent before he quit your job well next day i caller upmace hate i quit my job ahead on a basis or a gotta make this work so so yeah i went to work fulltime aaron end luckily at that agency the administrative assistant had quit couple of days after i quit my job so i never really had aspirations to be a secretary but it was a steady paycheck at me in real estate office so i was the administrative assistant there for the better part of the year so i have small paycheck in kept me in the office and they have the flexibility to run on showing so i i made a work made it work i love that elevate iata's awesome united the tough questions like you know lend you quite your job in some people take the approach of save up the income get the cash will you need the business you know run to the point you want and then quit and other people do the burn your ships sort of analogies knows a horrible decision i asked me that say or should i would say don't ever do that don't ever do there was just a bad is it turned out farm but it was you know i would never dies anybody to do you know quit hopes for the best on a good on a good strategy things i think that people forget would negotiate these with a with a quit their job is hey you know it's kinda hard to get a mortgage if you've ever investi how you'll stay before and you don't have that job income first so at the very least don't quit your job and then apply for mortgages in about our app is with that style you're in our soccer lost my w two job at that point i was an independent contractors will now yourself employed starts at two year o'clock of both noted the banks wanna save or a steady in council a couple of years before you build up enough income in that as necessary just you might a four years young it a mortgage when you quit.
"iata" Discussed on For Colored Nerds
"Relationship or maybe even from their personal relationship um and not saying they like those two people may be of exerted that pressure but society itself can create that narrative you know like i wanna make sure you're reinforcing that that you chose and go people in your life yup uh so it's just really wild to have such a searing indictment of that uh on the screen from someone who still living the lifestyle we still deep in the life yeah and and to me that like that's why i think this is such a like that is part of why i think this is such a good movie that explores like the the types of whites up because the types of white supremacy that don't often get says his that is a type of white supremacy this like the two half society exert pressure on you that you always need to be providing positive feedback to the white people your light yet not even society like like the fact that that's the dynamic that can ns exists in your relationship in steven thrash apiece from esquire there is this phrase that uh this this guy haris iata i think he's a writer calls white partner fragility like i really appreciate like you know i liked so much that in this movie while you're exploring these like these greater white supremacist goals now you know what i'm saying such as developing technology so that you can hit a black body like i i also appreciated that like the white supremacy unlike interpersonal scale not just the microaggressions from like your partners parents and not just from like you know the people that you're going to be either dinner parties are from your coworker from your boss or you know whoever but also like specifically someone with whom you are like in a romantic relationship with and why part of fragility is kind of like a it will it's described here as a in its described in the thrasher peace as the propensity of black people with white intimate partners to cape for them and be more sensitive about protecting their partners whiteness than they are about expressing their own black humanity and anger and like i mean i haven't dealt with that before.