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Grubhub Accused of Overcharging Restaurants Amid COVID Pandemic in New Lawsuits

Just Between Us

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Grubhub Accused of Overcharging Restaurants Amid COVID Pandemic in New Lawsuits

"Ingram hub in new york city a lot of restaurants. We're finding that they were getting charged for phone calls. Now you think about that. And you're like that's kind of weird. How could grub charge a restaurant for a phone call. The way they do that is when you go to the grub up pitch for your favorite restaurant they generate a number that route routes through grub hub. I so you're actually calling the restaurant but not before grab the mafia daughter for you right. But like this is why they feel like it's mafia. They opened the door for you. They're not providing any service besides discovery. Personally i've done this. I i wanna call the restaurant directly order from them and reduced that mission costs so i go and they don't like maybe have a website or maybe grow is the first thing that shows up so i clicked on crop up. Call that phone number now. I know they are not getting a benefit from that. They're still being charged. And what's weird about it is. They can't determine the order that you've done so they do like an average so like they between like for this restaurant the hampel noodle the ex-pat in in harlem charging like five to eight dollars five to seven dollars about like approximately per order so like if i'm ordering like an eleven dollar noodles myself and now they're being charged five to seven dollars for that like that's a crazy amount of money. In a lot of cases it's an algorithm that was determining how charge because there's nobody on the phone listening. Actually i listening to the calls so the algorithm says this call last thirty seconds. It's an order but sometimes it wasn't an order. The person was like hey like do you have this dish like and they were like no and i actually hung up and drop hub was actually chart charging for that. Oh this is. there's a lawsuit actually a couple of lawsuits. That have happened outside of new york city or people have sued for group. Says like you're right. We should only charge for orders on the phone that resulted order so they still believe that like it should be able to get money also phone call orders but they basically saying there are a lot of fraudulent charge. There are some fraudulent charges that

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"j akbar" Discussed on Just Between Us

Just Between Us

01:57 min | 3 months ago

"j akbar" Discussed on Just Between Us

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"j akbar" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

05:09 min | 4 months ago

"j akbar" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Sophie also died of tb in childhood actually and that marked monk in so profoundly that he he repeatedly painted her in various states of severe illness or close to death. And i looked into that too. And as you mentioned you know the opera. I went tuscany to see lebron. Because another uncanny thing and there their lots one uncanny things in the book but at the age of eighteen. I had forgotten this until after she died but actually at the age of eighteen. I give my sister a pair of opera tickets to roll upper. Perhaps to go and see him. Why had i done that. I'm not sure she went and she came back thrilled. Exhilerated and only off. She died when i began my savar autism exploration of tv. I realized that actually because otherwise stayed away from now looking at lebron lottery and then lateral viata. I realized these were operas. That greatly romanticized. Tb and had always has reduced beautiful tequila woman who who was doomed to die. You know the end of the opera. And i thought of my sister watching this at the age of eighteen and there was a terrible sense of foreshadowing there so i went to tuscan want to see this. I wanted to see oprah in the hometown. Pechiney where he he wrote is neither dead. So those with journeys of discoveries that both showed me the mythologies and around tb but also revealed parts of my sister parts of our assistant sister relationship and those were exciting for me. And i think classes began to see my sister and i began to see us in a different light and the book actually has copies of her amazing alternate and really what i suppose gives me hot off to such a such a traumatic read and and it is and that shouldn't put redes- off with beautifully beautifully written but you talk about the arts feel very much a part of the business of making sense of the world and you say that that actually they sue the paintings and the plays help you to understand her death absolutely it yes suit. I think the art the various all that i saw and read what both away to understand grief in a way to understand sisters and families and to soothe as well and to be reminded of the fact that my sister-in-law is really bonded team years over art. Not just visual art. Although that was her big great love but books and films and theatre and television and it's consuming. All of those things was away to understand ourselves in a way to understand the world. It really wants. And i've kept that you know that's something inheritance from my sister really because she's the one who followed her love of the arts is is something that i followed and it became my working life and i've always thought of the arts as not noticeable or something you do off the worker in your extra hours to unwind into to sued yourself into comfort yourself. It's actually encompasses essential business of how we live. How we are in the world. The arts is life in a way either. It explores everything from grief to love to loss to being a lover sister. Father does one of those things. So of course i did turn to the arts when when she died and the arts showed me so much about life and love and loss and then there was of course as you say her and her portfolio with immense. She must've been in a fury of creation. Yeah in the last few years of her life because when she died her art emerged from every corner of her of her little flat. It was enormous sorta seemed to grow in the light of her death. And it took me a few years to actually really open up that foley unlock it and look at her. Through these really very joyous and colorful and sparkley embroideries beautiful oil and pastel work and i saw parts of her tights hadn't seen that. I was blind to that had misjudged and again. That's a reminder of what art contains was a lot of the world of us the arts contain for us. It's all there for us to see and make sense of a refer. Thank you so much for talking to me. Thank you consumed. Sisters story by. Aretha is published by sceptre. And you've been listening to. Monaco reads thanks to my producer. Noor whole and researchers few monaghan koons. I'm georgina godwin. Thank you phil listening.

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"j akbar" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

05:40 min | 4 months ago

"j akbar" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"I'm the depression was immense and so was the disorder and it did affect us. Assistance might think the dockside sisterhood. Is i say this book isn't always talked about the edgier sides of jealousy. Envy hurt you know sense of rejection. All of those things came down to bear on us and it was mixed in with her paralyzing eating disorder and depression that she's tried so hard to overcome off her a-level she she at age eighteen. Got into st martins school prestigious art school very talented and it was clear she was a talented artists and had oppression sort of began taking grip. Then she dropped out and she dropped out to do nothing and she could do. Nothing left her paralyzed not just as a teenager but for decades it's sort of eight up her life and it was only in her early forties that she returned to things she loved which was art and she returned the art because of a sewing class at my mother suggested to her at the local asian woman sent some. My mother was so worried for for my sister because she so how deep she wasn't the fitters depression we couldn't think of a way to get her out and my mother remembered when she first came to london sheet being depressed and isolated and what helped. Her was was sewing and embroidery. And so my. My mother suggested this sister who was choosing her late thirties and my sister act of desperation. I think winter launch this class that was filled with late. Middle aged south asian women speaking in a do hindi gujarati and assist Back quietly in a corner and began learning to embroider in the course of that Love and passion for art flatter again. Now one thing about the becoming you talk about the eating disorder. You very very honest about yourself. And you say you two got into binge eating and how in your forties. After death urged to fill yourself up was back..

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"j akbar" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

04:41 min | 4 months ago

"j akbar" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"After my parents got an arranged marriage both agreed to it and both met each other and like the look of each other got married but there was a lot about my father that my mother's family and my mother didn't know he was a lot older than my mother. He had been married before unnatural. You know my mother really registered bats. And she certainly didn't know that within him he hasn't really left that marriage behind emotionally so there was my mother at the age of twenty five getting married to man of almost forty thinking. This is dreamy on going to know. She knew that my father was based in london. She was excited to be taken from lahore to london. Begin her new life. She became pregnant at that point. My father left to go back to london to organize a place for them and a future for for the family. So assistant was born without my father's presents. She was born in lahore and she stayed there for over year with my mother and her family. You know the maternal grandparents having a really lovely little. I your life. When she came to london there was a disconnect between my father and my sister. And i think that that had fairly many complex reasons one. My sister reject scared of him. She hadn't she didn't know who the stranger was. He was essentially a stranger to her my father meanwhile i imagine he felt a lot of very complicated feelings because the daughter his first daughter bound into marriage perhaps to felt very equivocal towards so there was a something a disconnect that social solidified perhaps distrust awareness of each other and when i came along i was born in london two years later when i came along my father just much more straightforwardly adored me and i became the favourite and it was a very clear division that i became the favourite and my sister was in some ways cost out subtly and you know it was a sort of emotional costing out but it but there were over the years. His behavior was so different toward some try. Didn't quite registers child. But as i grew up in group..

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"j akbar" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

03:59 min | 4 months ago

"j akbar" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Hello this is monica reads. I'm georgina godwin and my guest. Today is aretha akbar. Who though pushing paper is her day. Job at the guardian. She's the chief theater critic her first full length but consumed as a far cry from what she normally right. It's a personal exploration of her own grief after her sister was taken seriously ill and died at the age of forty five from tuberculosis in this moving debut hurry for explores illness sisterhood. Grief and art reefa. Thank you so much for for joining me. This was an incredibly painful book to read. Was it painful to write in. Pau was painful to write. Because i had had to dig deep to right it. It was my first instinct to put pen to paper when my sister died in twenty sixteen at all actually and it might be an irony given. I'm a journalist. And given. I been trained to think about things on paper. I think grief just left me fairly silence. Touch lay it. Silence me because i just couldn't articulate at first horror and the shock of it because my sister had died in such bizarre circumstances in big leading research hospital in london and she'd been shuttling out of it and she hasn't had a diagnosis and nobody knew what was eating away and it was only off. She took a fatal brain hemorrhage that she that she was at she the following day. She was diagnosed when she was already dying. There was no coming back from the hemorrhage that those circumstances left me so horrified. I thought you know this this diagnosis of tb. How can it be in this day and age. Should she have done this way..

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The Persian Mummy

Unexplained Mysteries

02:14 min | 5 months ago

The Persian Mummy

"On october. Nineteenth two thousand pakistani police raided a house in karachi looking for a suspect named ali abar after subduing off bar detective superintendent for rukh iran. His team searched his home and discovered a suspicious videotape. Like the picture's oscar must guerrilla received at the metropolitan museum of art in new york. The video showed a li akhbar advertising a persian mummy for sale. While the pakistani police hadn't found evidence they could use in their murder case. The vhs tape was arguably more incriminating in pakistan. It's highly illegal trade in antiquities. The pakistani government considers it immoral to sell relics for personal profit ancient artifacts freely and rightfully belong to the country and its citizens as part of its shared heritage as such the attempted sale of the relic was a crime and akbar seemed destined for prison but when questioned by police ottmar claimed. The mummy wasn't actually in his possession. He was merely a middleman to save his own skin. He told the cops where they could find the real seller detective for rukh iran and his team followed off bars lead to quetta about four hundred and thirty miles north of karachi. They arrested a man named wali mohammad. Rica who indeed was in possession of the mummy. The police impounded the sarcophagus in called an expert for analysis. Dr oz might you brahim the curator of pakistan's national museum brought a small team of researchers to ricky's house. She told the police to leave everything. Exactly as they'd founded the mummy was contained in two layers the first of which was the wooden sarcophagus. The top of the sarcophagus was intricately carved in on its outer sides were engraved images of the zoroastrian creator. God a harare mazda. Inside was carved stone

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"j akbar" Discussed on Telugu Kathalu

Telugu Kathalu

01:39 min | 5 months ago

"j akbar" Discussed on Telugu Kathalu

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"j akbar" Discussed on Telugu Kathalu

Telugu Kathalu

03:42 min | 6 months ago

"j akbar" Discussed on Telugu Kathalu

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Indian court urges government action as hospitals cry help

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Indian court urges government action as hospitals cry help

"A call to the Delhi has said it will stop punishing governments officials who fail to deliver life saving oxygen the ruling comes as hospitals around the country struggle to secure a steady supply of oxygen leading to a surgeon covered nineteen deaths were also has recently been a slight drop in new infections India has reported over three thousand six hundred need death bringing the total number of deaths to over two hundred and fifteen thousand however experts believe both because on on the counts New Delhi resident or Vashi sama PDC Indian governments on KPLR prepared for anything we don't have enough ventilators in one hospital forget about all the whatever we need for the entire city ordinance that the city well it's national oxygen supplies have been trickling in Qatar Airways CEO Akbar out of the pocket says his company is dedicated to helping India and its time of need we are sending three at Freitas tomorrow and most detailed wanted anyone to Banglore and went to Mumbai I'm Karen Thomas

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"j akbar" Discussed on Telugu Kathalu

Telugu Kathalu

05:53 min | 10 months ago

"j akbar" Discussed on Telugu Kathalu

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"j akbar" Discussed on Telugu Kathalu

Telugu Kathalu

02:56 min | 10 months ago

"j akbar" Discussed on Telugu Kathalu

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"j akbar" Discussed on Telugu Kathalu

Telugu Kathalu

03:39 min | 10 months ago

"j akbar" Discussed on Telugu Kathalu

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"j akbar" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"j akbar" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"On the show, our friend Akbar Bosch habia Mila. Former NFL veteran and American Ninja Warrior co host is going to join us. He always breaks that hip hop with us human to human Join us coming up here next. No. One's Righter than Bill writer bench. Carson Wentz, You bring in jail and hurts. He's under the tutelage of the same guy that ruined Carson went so badly. But over the weekend there was a report that Wentz and Peterson's relationship is fractured beyond repair, which, by the way, that report shouldn't be coming out head into that game. That's also on Carson Wentz. What a disaster right over here. Who's the blame in Philly is like trying to figure out which Kardashian was the problem. Maybe it's all of them Righter than you. Weekday mornings 10, Eastern seven, Pacific on CBS Sports Radio. Jr tells it like it is, I'm not gonna punish for rivers for not having won a Super Bowl. There's only a handful of quarterbacks over the past 20 years who legitimately have been is good as spill rivers for his longevity, his ability his stats for what he's done. Go Rivers deserves to go into the Hall of Fame Jr Sport Brief evenings 10 P.m. Eastern seven, Pacific on CBS Sports Radio. Opinions. Zach Gill's got him. The Bears don't have a damn clue what they're doing. They're celebrating eight and 80. That's garbage. You were going up against the end of the season, the Texans, the Vikings and the Jaguars, and we actually played a good team in Green Bay Final week of the season, you get blowed out the losers. That organization is a losing organization. Ryan.

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"j akbar" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice

PEN America Works of Justice

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"j akbar" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice

"To say. Yes to this event. I think that the the violences that we do to each other in a state that deploys. The kind of mass incarceration that ours does Is one of the great indictments against our species. It's one of the great indictments of our capacity for tenderness in our capacity for grace as a species that we do this to each other Certainly one of the great indictments of our nation's capacity for those things a i have been a part of action in a million different directions against those systems olive. It is not enough But this is this is the thing is really important to me and that i want to lend my voice in time to what sort of paltry power those things have. I would like to sort of lend to listen to this thank you. That was a great answer and just a great conversation. Yeah just thank you for doing this. Yeah thank you much. I appreciate your taking the time. yeah. I'm really excited about seventeen to this. Podcast episode was written hosted and produced by myself with guidance and support from program director. Cates meisner and manager bobby. Pollock thank you for listening. Hope to see you on november seventeenth..

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"j akbar" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice

PEN America Works of Justice

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"j akbar" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice

"After the last person has got my name right and it's a great privilege to get to be a little whisper in the conversation Given like time right now and just the overwhelming isolation disconnect with everything you personally and broadly think that writing which is generally seen as solitary and also performing which requires sort of a live audience. Oftentimes on how do you think they've taken on a new meaning or importance. Yeah i mean. I think that the great weapon used to stifle critical thinking in two thousand twenty is a row overwhelm of meaningless language. Cudgel all the time with argo bargo. We see right now. Forty five is like you know trying to spread some narrative about you know a rigged election or something You know he's just talking and he just talks and talks and talks in hopes. Something sticks right in what poetry asks us to do. It was to slow down or metabolism of language right at asks us to become Aware of the materiality of language and of the textures of language in it asks us to become aware of language and throwing us and so. I think that it's immeasurably potent you know just having someone engage with a singular unprecedented experience. Such as terry's rendered in language reminds us that language is not inert in that there are unprecedented experiences into which we might step in gain. A measure of ed busier gained a measure of ability to imagine the interior already up. The harmed When i read terry's palm i feel connected to the interior already of the harmed with such clarity right. The man harmed by. Like i said the violences of late capitalism in the car several state which go hand in hand and you'd think that that's endlessly potent. Yeah what you said about sort of given the current context of our time and the manipulation of language. That's very very powerful. I'm sort of curious about how you go about reading the work of someone else or like with terry's for example when you get the poem do you read it through lake. Try it out in your mouth a couple of times. What sort of your process with that. Yeah definitely i read it through a number of times just to sort of tasted the deal. It's textures in my mouth and In a terry intuitive about such and such sort of intellectual reasons for this or that. But i think it's very much about instinct in feel intuition. I think that when you connect with aplomb at a level. That's kind of deeper than an intelligence. My intelligence only takes me so far. And then there's like something more primal Or something more metaphysical underneath that right. And i think that when able to connect with a poem at that level It's much more interesting to me than the poems that i can connect with only merely intellectually. And you know there's not a lot. I can say about How that gets encoded in language. It's a very sort of like dragons thing just off the edge of the map a little bit you know. Thank you for that so just to give the listeners. Some context about The initial idea behind this you on we had initially intended to sort of facilitate opponents walk. I'm decelerate the spirit of literary exchange and sharing especially given the circumstances and as you will be reading. Terry's pelham el reno in our breakout event and we were going to invite terry to read one of your own poems and sort of engaged new in a conversation about like you were talking about earlier. The responsibility of owning someone else's work in your mouth etcetera but as we know covert has erected countless and really frustrating barriers to communication with incarcerated people across the country and so conditions ultimately prevented us from speaking with terry. But we would still love for you to share the poem that you selected for him to read. I wouldn't even know what to do with a third chance. And that after you read it if you could share a little bit about how you select it for this pelham soi. Yeah you know. It's it's a little bit of a ridiculous thing to be Trying to sort of pick a poem to match something as again searching and fearless. terry's but I don't think i was exactly trying to match it. I just think. I have a sort of picking a poem. That was sort of Maybe vibrating at some similar frequencies. This is called. i wouldn't even know what to do with a third chance. Wouldn't even know what to do with a third chance another halo to shake loose. Galloping into the crossfire. Be apologizing supposedly what since my body is more or less the same as what's inside yours here. The river girl clutching her toy whistle there. The black snake covered in scabs. Follow my neckline. The beginning will start beginning again. I swear on my at an is there are moments in every day. When if you ask me to leave. I would heaven mostly preposition up above around in. If you must you can live any place that a place. A failure of courage is still a victory of safety bravery pitches. It's refugee tent at the base of my brain and slowly starves tipping into darkness like a clay bird bouncing down a well on night. I eat yogurt in plant in garlic. Water my dead. Orchids in world would any of me seem credible. Gods were urged as a melody. Melody requires repetition. Qods word is a melody. i- saying once than forgotten. I sense in carries poem kind of drinks sin dignity that i have only clumsily groped towards in my life. This is a palm that among other things teams to be orbiting just might chicken shish nece on offense a word You know my my desire to be brave moments when i haven't been able to muster it. Yeah i think the the speaker of my poem who i'm comfortable enough calling me wants to be able to inhabit some of the strength of the speaker series mowlem that makes sense. Yeah and i love that home. I really loved the line. A failure courage is still a victory of safety. I think that just so so true and it's a bit uncomfortable to sit with. Because you're like where in my life have. I consciously been satisfied with the safety. I just think that's really lovely line and then just one final question. Thank you again so much for doing this And sharing so honestly on the about this work. And i'm so excited for the seventeen to see it all comes together so for that like when you first got the call or email whatever from theater lab. What drew you and inspire you.

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Woman beheaded and 2 others killed in knife attack at French church

Dana Loesch

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Woman beheaded and 2 others killed in knife attack at French church

"The terror attacks have been happening in France. I This was all and we talked a little bit about this yesterday. And we also discussed the teacher who had been beheaded, and this was in northern France because he on the lesson about free speech had actually showed a cartoon of Mohammed in the classroom. And one of the kids, the kids. Parents got mad, and then he ended up being beheaded. So in two other terror attacks at France in the past 24 hours. The first is that the Notre Dame basilica and niece and the second was in Avignon. And a Tunisian, a migrant. 21 year old Brahima Soo. Ah, we beheaded an elderly parishioner and a male church warden. And then he fatally stabbed a third woman. And then two hours later, a guy with a gun screaming Allah Akbar was shot and killed by cops in Avignon. So then there was a guard at the French consulate in Jeddah. Saudi Arabia. He was stabbing wound, stabbed and wounded by a knife. Then two other men were arrested. There was another guy was arrested in Leone. There was another guy's rested elsewhere in France, and this is because Emmanuel Macron defended and I can't believe I'm saying this, but I will give credit where do free speech He defended free speech when in discussing the those the cartoons. He traveled to Nis. And he said it was clear that France is under attack because of our values of freedom and our desire not to give in to terror, he says. I say with lots of clarity again today we will not give any

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US-based analysts tell the AP they believe fire at Iran nuclear site struck new centrifuge production facility

AP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

US-based analysts tell the AP they believe fire at Iran nuclear site struck new centrifuge production facility

"Nuclear enrichment facility. The site has been identified by U. S base sadness as a new centrifuge production plants. Iran's Atomic Energy Organization downplayed the fire, calling it an incident that only affected what they described as an under construction shed. However, Iranian nuclear chief Ali Akbar Cella he rushed after the fight in the tents. Which has been targeted in sabotage campaigns in the past. A photograph, later released by the Atomic Energy Agency showed a brick building with scorch marks on its roof apparently destroyed. I'm Karin Sama, City officials say. Several college

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Elevate Others

Hacking Your Leadership

04:05 min | 1 year ago

Elevate Others

"My name is Mary or race, and you're listening to the hacking. Your leadership podcast guests series by Bam The most impactful leader or mentor, my life has been Akbar Sheikh and the reason he has been the most impactful because when I started my entrepreneurial journey, he taught me that make more give more giving back to the world. What's most important so when he does succeed? And we're talking success financially. He takes a portion of that a percentage of everything he earns, and he gives back to the world whether it's giving eyesight to children or building wells in Africa in villages. Were these children have to walk miles order to drink fresh water? To me, that was the most impactful because it switched how I saw elevating others the movement on creating so it's getting everything that I'm doing I make sure I'm giving back and I'm giving back to the world. The first mistake I made as a leader. And it was the first of many was that. I used politics as a leader rather than being a true leader, so I saw myself as a manager I did not see myself as a leader. I think a true leader. Help. People grow rather than telling them what to do. So at a very early age, became a leader at twenty six years old, running into international trading desk and I did it I. The biggest mistake was that I did not put the power in the people who were working on my team. Rather I was using politics to use them against one another to see who could excel further and faster and bring more revenue into the table once. I realized that mistake. That's when I realized what a truly did was. The difference between a good leader and a great leader I. Think a good leader, a mediocre leader because good is mediocre A good leader is more of a manager. A manager is someone who tells people what to do. A leader is someone who is GONNA stand in front of everybody and take them on the journey and elevate them and put them on that path to success. Whatever success means to them that leaders be in the front of the pack. They are not going to be in the back telling. Telling people what to do, they are going to show their show. By example sharing the stories sharing the fail failures, a great leader should never be afraid to talk about their failures or the failures of the team as a whole, they should come together and look at it as a learning experience, and a truly understands that the people that are on their team. They are going to make mistakes. They are going to have failures, but a true leader. GonNa turn that into a learning experience and help them grow. How do I measure success? There are two types first off. If we look at it in in the business world or in the entrepreneurial world, it's people take ownership when people take ownership of their wins and take ownership of their failures and correct that to me that is that is everything that's where success truly lies. When people take responsibility for everything they're doing whether it's for an organization for themselves or for team. Now we can also look at it. I'm a father. I have three beautiful daughters. How do I measure their success? I measure their success by. Are they doing the things are truly passionate about. Are they acting in a way where they're spreading love to the world, and they're taking care of other people. They're being compassionate. They're practicing empathy if they're doing those things and they're and they're truly living their life with passion purpose. Then, I know I've done something right, and they are doing something right because they are no longer going to exist. They are truly going to live and live a fulfilled life.

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Turkey Declares Major Offensive Against Syrian Government

The Red Pill Report

03:43 min | 1 year ago

Turkey Declares Major Offensive Against Syrian Government

"The aftermath of the Syrian attack kills Turkish soldiers and this is still being spoken about what is still is escalating actually I heard in the news just a an hour ago to The downing of Syrian planes and Turkish drought and also. At least thirty. Three Turkish soldiers have died in a Syrian government attack on opposition-held northwestern Syria in a major escalation of the conflict. Now I believe the way the asked you to be turning this. This is serious bad Turkey. Good a bad thing is happening here. And it's that some Turkish soldiers have been killed. But where were those Turkish soldiers? When they were killed they were in Syria supporting jihadists. Who have just had like a muscular. Said take this off the news but just heard the downing of a Syrian plane. Shouting Allahu Akbar these artists and being supported by NATO allies fighting against a sovereign government the Syrian government in their own territory. And yet we're supposed to this to be a bad situation Turkey which backs you opposition said. It Hits Two hundred government targets in response neutralizing three hundred nine Syrian soldiers with slaughtering Syrian soldiers trying to defend their country from jihadists Syrian key military ally says Turkish troops were attacked in Italy province by Syrian forces while operating alongside jihadist fighters. Even the BBC. Here is reporting that. How does fighters in fact they reported on the news? I heard today that the the evening that they weren't you had this that we're fighting alongside the Turkish troops the EU has warned the crisis could escalate while my answer that is get the Turkish soldiers there. A NATO ally put pressure on Turkey to remove their soldiers from Syria. They do not belong there they have no legal right to be there and a response from. Turkey has been impart to put pressure on us to support their actions by saying well. If you don't support us what about all these refugees we could send over your border? Now have something of a crisis again. Around Greece and other areas the Turkish food authorities suggesting to the refugees speaking of Syrian refugees. But the not only Syrian. Let's listen to one person talking about a the refugees who are coming across the or attempting to cross the border then. I heard the news. And that's when I came of want to go to Europe stumbled again. We're coming from Stan Bull. Are Mr Get to Germany there? Assyrians with us. Algerians Palestinians are people from every country bought in fact quite a number of the video. Shots alive seen this. Many of them are actually African refugees. We didn't hear that in that clip when you appear to be coming from African nations too and nothing to do the Syrian crisis that we're being told about

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Iran starts new operations at heavy water reactor

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Iran starts new operations at heavy water reactor

"The movie that was designed to intensify pressure on Europe to find an effective way around US sanctions which broke to Ron's oil sales abroad starting up Eric heavy water reactors a second or so could doesn't violate it runs two thousand fifteen and you can't deal with world powers but it does in should Tehran's program closer toward weapons grade levels Ali Akbar seller he explained to state TV the second is so good transfers heat to the reactor is cooling system he said the entire react to system will go online in two thousand and twenty one I'm sorry I Shockley

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Bangladesh Sentences 7 to Death Over 2016 Bakery Attack

BBC Newshour

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Bangladesh Sentences 7 to Death Over 2016 Bakery Attack

"That we're gonna have to Bangladesh because seven Islamists have today been sentenced to death over their role in the twenty sixteen attack on a cafe in the capital Dhaka twenty two people many foreigners were killed in the attack I'll be finding out more about the convictions from the BBC's Akbar Hossain who's in the Bangladeshi capital this seven might have been convicted of assisting the attackers and the judge said that these seven person they were involved in the planning process of the cafe attack in two thousand six and the seven of them have been given its sentences but the guilty persons who are brought to the cold they looked very defined shoulder and one of the convicted persons he was shouting

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Bangladesh tribunal sentences 7 militants to death for involvement in deadly cafe attack that killed foreigners

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Bangladesh tribunal sentences 7 militants to death for involvement in deadly cafe attack that killed foreigners

"A special court in Bangladesh's sentence seven men to death for planning one of the country's worst militant attacks on the holy artisan cafe more than three years ago twenty two people most of them foreigners died the incident shocked the country led to a crackdown on Islamic extremists from doctor his Akbar Hossain old isn't militants who have been given death sentences today big becomes a part of the integral part of the holder planning process called the gap and taken to thousand sixteen on that night nine Italian citizen seven Japanese one Indian and three Bangladesh's citizens are killed and our own six to eight minute and stay strong robotic cafe in Oktan goal shunned in Dhaka which is called holy artisan cafe and it took control of the Holy cafe and this stalker one after another forty nationals who were having a

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Finance Chiefs Head to IMF Amid Slowdown Concerns

Morning Edition

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Finance Chiefs Head to IMF Amid Slowdown Concerns

"Related but often using less targeted tools we have the fall meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank starting in Washington here's market place's been Bradford the US is trade war with China and its tensions with other countries have the global economy looking fragile former IMF economists each were per side there is a sense that unless these financial leaders can figure out how to tamp down trade tensions the world economy might will dip into recession the IMF and World Bank don't set trade policy but Cornell economist Akbar no mind says they can help push tree discussions along behind the scenes the public discussions may be very mutated are much less confrontational than the private discussions would be public sessions will discuss everything from the threat of rising debt to the carbon capture potential of Wales university of Virginia public policy professor Lucy Bassett says they're influential they kind of signal important topics or themes and highlight new developments including a new I am a four port that proposes a global tax on greenhouse gas

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 Top official says Iran ready for higher uranium enrichment

On the Media

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Top official says Iran ready for higher uranium enrichment

"Now a senior official in to Ron says he run is set to increase the enrichment of its nuclear fuel stockpile Kenyon reports that Tehran says that would be an appropriate response to US violations of the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement a video message from Ali Akbar Velayati a senior aide to supreme leader Ayatollah Ali come in a says direct violations of the nuclear deal by America an indirect violations by Europe had prompted every component of the running establishment to agree on higher enrichment of nuclear fuel currently runs fuel is at less than four percent enrichment far from weapons grade at ninety percent the higher in Richmond announcement could come as early as Sunday Iran is already broken through a limit in the deal on how much enriched uranium it can stockpile Washington is called an emergency meeting of the international atomic energy agency's board of governors for Wednesday to discuss Iran's nuclear

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Akbar Ahmed Recounts the Train Ride That Changed His Life Forever

Tell Them, I Am

06:06 min | 2 years ago

Akbar Ahmed Recounts the Train Ride That Changed His Life Forever

"Could you tell me who you are? And what your best known for my name is Ahmed? I am a professor on campus at American University in Washington DC. I'm the chair was slopping studies, and I have over the course of my life, made films, documentaries written books. Being the puck sun, High Commissioner to London the story that we're focusing on is when you were a little kid, and you got on a train during partition could you take me back to that moment. Like what was happening? Well, it was nineteen forty seven it was the height of summer August wishes. Wishes, as you know, many races creeds religions that didn't have that inhabit subcontinent of India, that are two major nations, the Hindus and Muslims. Hundred billions and Muslims cannot fit categorize as minority. We are seventy millions in the northwestern and not eastern zones of India. We constitute a majority of seventy percents against the cost Hindus in these homeland. We want the division of India and the partition of India between two countries. India and Pakistan had been announced very faint memory of an incident, which is a blur. It may have happened. It may not have happened. But I recall a lot of noise, a lot of shouting, it was late at night, again, in the official house in these divisions superintendent houses huge that large lawns, and that literally dozens of officials servants bearing red, the red tunic and the under the and I recall a shouting yelling, and then I just walked out amongst. That's what's happening, then I recall everyone saying, get them in get him in don't, don't tell them. What's happening? And I had some idea that someone had died and someone at thrown someone into the well. Millions of people were seventy given a choice which country, they wish to live in a lot of Muslims in India decided to move to Pakistan, this new country, which Tintri exist, and many Hindus Sikhs living in what was Pakistan wanted to move to India, because people what he didn't were suspicious and fearful of their neighbors, and perhaps, the religious violence that was to come. My father was a senior official in the British railway system, and he opted was called opting, which country do opt for he opted for a Pakistan, and very quickly things began to develop those a lot of writing killing Muslims have been killed. So we had to very quickly, rather my father, I was just a boy for had to scramble to somehow get his small family, my mother three of us into the train and get us across the border. Now, that was simply said than done because everyone wanted to try to catch a train, there was no other transport with his new civilization. There's no airplanes buses stop because of the violence on both sides and not India, this huge swathes of territory was up in violence. It was it was like up into ethnic, and religious violence, and Michelle think of it, something like two million almost two million people died in this mad communal fury. Everyone seem to have gone mad. We were living in Delhi. Delhi was the capital. I have no idea with it was little evening. Have some sense that it may be late in the evening now in the thick of this crisis are train moved from Delhi through the job to the killing fields of the job on its way to the new capital Karachi and the journey was normally particular today's maximum. But because of the situation in the job and the violence, that was taking place on both sides. Remember, it's very important to understand that this is taking place on all sides. This journey took several days. And this is what these do the sides, the two sides that they would slaughter all the passengers on the train except the train driver. So in the train pollen into Karachi, the capital, punks or Delhi? The capital of India, the entire train would be of dead Besseges, except the driver. And my first memory is of being in a compartment in that train going through the killing fields of the job. I remember that color yellowish, because that is the color throughout it was kind of greenish yellow ish his in the Parliament, I remember my father saying again and again his finger on his lip syncing. Don't make a noise. Don't, don't even breathe get under the, the, the but the bottom, and I even thought to myself, then I'm just a little boy, I thought, if someone's looking for us, he's not going to be hard to find us because we have a leg sticking out of hand sticking out. Nanny headed evolve in his hand. He was very peaceful Bannon, always very warm in fiction to everyone is genius seniors, everyone, there's something so horrendous and frightening outside the compartment that my very peaceful father had to have a revolver in his hand. And the train would stop a lot. I remember this distinctly the train would move a little bit. And then suddenly, it would stop the jerk, and that became rather ominous and I would feel a lot of tension because that meant that the people blocking the train not lying to move and it meant that, that was danger.

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"j akbar" Discussed on Tell Them, I Am

Tell Them, I Am

08:48 min | 2 years ago

"j akbar" Discussed on Tell Them, I Am

Karachi Delhi
Akbar

Tell Them, I Am

04:54 min | 2 years ago

Akbar

"j akbar" Discussed on Tell Them, I Am

Tell Them, I Am

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"j akbar" Discussed on Tell Them, I Am

"I remember getting to Karachi and Sunday. Everything changing the tension was lifted like literal weight was lifted. Often asked to how did we survive? Why did we survive because the train the previous train which will booked on from Delhi to Karachi and my mother just insisted? She said, no, I'm not taking the train. I need to buy some food for the journey, and lintels or whatever. And my father argued with he said, we've been not be able to get any place on the next train is critical leave. And she insisted and then he agreed and on, he would say this was a woman's into Shen being complement to our mother hand. What she did was she literally saved us because that entire train, all the passengers would then kill the slotted. I was fall and that literally my first memory and it left to deep impression on me as to why there would be so much hatred in people that they would want to both my bed nets and the siblings and myself. I've been back to its subsequently over the is one of my earliest essays at been home school. I was at boarding school. And I remember writing an essay, I must have been in the junior Cambridge, which is the equivalent of high school. It had description of a train compartment. And I described it as, as a cost Guetta death. Gos- Catta, a cylinder debt and the teacher, one of the fathers mocking the S his hit this avai striking image at vegetated from and I wasn't sure guy just used it in Ovid's stayed in my mind and then over the as I am constantly having a sort of dream. Not really nightmares but dreams of being a train, and there's another train moving at great speed and bosses me by my whole family in that train, and I feel help us, I feel my arms and ex-con to move have a cell phone, which doesn't work, but the message of the, the dream is that the other train just speeds by and I'm then stranded on my own without any communication with the entire world. And survey lonely feeling. It's only now in hindsight. Look back, and I feel like God, that is the experience. I lived through the same experience that I had my Hindu colleague, had inverse, which means her family was escaping from Pakistan to India and the same same sort of tension. Same sort of problems logistics, how you get out what you take with you. Who do you trust all the same issues she faced? And she was also a young girl than men. I was doing my piece in, in London at soya's I met her and at that time, a handmade very many Indians, and when we became friends, we began to swap stories and joke about each other's cultures. And, and she said, you know, that we were told it if you ever see a snake and the Muslim, you actually kill the Muslim, I because the Muslim is more dangerous more venomous than the snake an ice mileage. She said, why he's smiling as I said, I've heard exactly the same story except in my story to seek. The Hindu whatever and we both smiling, realize it. I experienced were like a a when when human relations break down to that level. These stories assume a far greater importance of their magnified inflated, and they in a sense, personify the behavior of the other, and that is very dangerous. It's interesting, you say that because I'm Pakistani, I grew up in Karachi, and I moved here. When I was twelve and I have never had negative experiences with Indian people are Hindu people, but I do feel somewhere deep down like this, this bias, it's so bizarre. You know, like I am so surprised as 'cause my partner is Jewish like, I'm very accepting and living that lack of hatred in my life in a lot of ways. But at the same time at like, I have this thing even though you live through this, like really time you didn't. You didn't feel that be ideas ahead the images. I had from the discussions, so my claws fellows from the people, I met about inducing, six vague negative. So I had to overcome that. In fact, wonder stand who these people were widely hated us why we hit to them, and that is when I met by Indian print, many as later in London, where really began to understand these people very much. Like us and in a sense experienced exactly as what we had experienced. So when I became adult and understood some of these different permutations and combinations of human relations, I began to get very involved in what's called interfaith understanding interfaith dialogue. And I began to ask questions and began say the people I meet a friend EBay, normally just like us. They just like me. So what keeps them away from me is my lack of understanding? I own prejudice on my own. Ignorance

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Akbar

Tell Them, I Am

05:10 min | 2 years ago

Akbar

"I remember getting to Karachi and Sunday. Everything changing the tension was lifted like literal weight was lifted. Often asked to how did we survive? Why did we survive because the train the previous train which will booked on from Delhi to Karachi and my mother just insisted? She said, no, I'm not taking the train. I need to buy some food for the journey, and lintels or whatever. And my father argued with he said, we've been not be able to get any place on the next train is critical leave. And she insisted and then he agreed and on, he would say this was a woman's into Shen being complement to our mother hand. What she did was she literally saved us because that entire train, all the passengers would then kill the slotted. I was fall and that literally my first memory and it left to deep impression on me as to why there would be so much hatred in people that they would want to both my bed nets and the siblings and myself. I've been back to its subsequently over the is one of my earliest essays at been home school. I was at boarding school. And I remember writing an essay, I must have been in the junior Cambridge, which is the equivalent of high school. It had description of a train compartment. And I described it as, as a cost Guetta death. Gos- Catta, a cylinder debt and the teacher, one of the fathers mocking the S his hit this avai striking image at vegetated from and I wasn't sure guy just used it in Ovid's stayed in my mind and then over the as I am constantly having a sort of dream. Not really nightmares but dreams of being a train, and there's another train moving at great speed and bosses me by my whole family in that train, and I feel help us, I feel my arms and ex-con to move have a cell phone, which doesn't work, but the message of the, the dream is that the other train just speeds by and I'm then stranded on my own without any communication with the entire world. And survey lonely feeling. It's only now in hindsight. Look back, and I feel like God, that is the experience. I lived through the same experience that I had my Hindu colleague, had inverse, which means her family was escaping from Pakistan to India and the same same sort of tension. Same sort of problems logistics, how you get out what you take with you. Who do you trust all the same issues she faced? And she was also a young girl than men. I was doing my piece in, in London at soya's I met her and at that time, a handmade very many Indians, and when we became friends, we began to swap stories and joke about each other's cultures. And, and she said, you know, that we were told it if you ever see a snake and the Muslim, you actually kill the Muslim, I because the Muslim is more dangerous more venomous than the snake an ice mileage. She said, why he's smiling as I said, I've heard exactly the same story except in my story to seek. The Hindu whatever and we both smiling, realize it. I experienced were like a a when when human relations break down to that level. These stories assume a far greater importance of their magnified inflated, and they in a sense, personify the behavior of the other, and that is very dangerous. It's interesting, you say that because I'm Pakistani, I grew up in Karachi, and I moved here. When I was twelve and I have never had negative experiences with Indian people are Hindu people, but I do feel somewhere deep down like this, this bias, it's so bizarre. You know, like I am so surprised as 'cause my partner is Jewish like, I'm very accepting and living that lack of hatred in my life in a lot of ways. But at the same time at like, I have this thing even though you live through this, like really time you didn't. You didn't feel that be ideas ahead the images. I had from the discussions, so my claws fellows from the people, I met about inducing, six vague negative. So I had to overcome that. In fact, wonder stand who these people were widely hated us why we hit to them, and that is when I met by Indian print, many as later in London, where really began to understand these people very much. Like us and in a sense experienced exactly as what we had experienced. So when I became adult and understood some of these different permutations and combinations of human relations, I began to get very involved in what's called interfaith understanding interfaith dialogue. And I began to ask questions and began say the people I meet a friend EBay, normally just like us. They just like me. So what keeps them away from me is my lack of understanding? I own prejudice on my own. Ignorance

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"j akbar" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

08:58 min | 2 years ago

"j akbar" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Not gonna get it. I am the dictator, and you will not get it. And if you get the chance he's probably gonna kill him. But here's the deal. The he says the military is on his side. I just saw the video earlier today of the military, quote, unquote, military, many of which are Bolivia and mercenaries there Bolivia military that have been hired to come in and shoot the protesters armed of the teeth. All Scott, also got military vehicles driving right into crowds much, like as lamas terrorist or they drive right into a crowd murder bunch of people and scream, Allahu Akbar. While the Bolivia's are in us criminal bar deliver literally driving over protesters. You can see this Breitbart camera catches, armored military vehicle plowing into protesters. Oh, yeah. Driving right? Over them. The people. Let's let's hope and pray that they prevail. Trump's on the right side. We're on the right side with thinking on the right side and majority to be taken down. He's really what what is it? What these guys never play their their hands properly. Let's say, for example, you're a communist dictator, and it ain't working anymore. Does they work in people are starving to death? They don't even have toilet paper. And you're somewhat overweight because you're eating like you're going to the chair every night. You're drinking top-shelf booze. You got the supermodels you're planning around all the cool cars military disposal, killing whoever you want killed put in jail. Heavy. Putting Joe, but all of a sudden it becomes pretty apparent that? This can't go on. There's no way he can pull this one out. I it can't happen. There's no way you're all of a sudden get gonna get. Back where everybody's happy in the country because you sort of dissuaded them with things you've get them for free. It's getting really ugly at that happened. A a Papa Doc down there in Haiti at what's his name Khadaffi? What takes so long to all of a sudden look say, you know, this isn't going. Well, I'm getting outta here. I'm gonna squirrel away couple billion in this this country here couple billion in this country over here going to put it in somewhat of a a secret Bank account. I'll know how to get my family will too. And so I'm getting out of the country. What what what takes so enough devaluate his credit? He went to south France. He was in south France with supermodel wife after Banja distant murders using that Tonton macoute machete people to his son baby Dak came back. The point is at why do they do this? You know who else did this the cannibal idiom and he went into? To Saudi Arabia etiam went Saudi Arabia. They took him in. But what's going on with Madero Wisey taken? So on get out. I mean, he could live Hyon hog in Cuba Bolivia. Come on down. They would. But he's dug in probably gonna wind up with his head on a stick at some point. You know, I think in the back of his mind, he might be saying, well, you know, if we just went back and released state control on oil a little bit. Maybe we could get some oil revenue we could placate the people by giving them free stuff. If you give people free stuff to a certain level. They are not your hand or sitting start happening America, America's not in any way, a one hundred percents socialist country. No, not at all beca gentlemen on from Romania on this TV show on radio and catch it if he did. But it was in the lead up to this thing. He's doing I'm socialism right now, exposing socialism with his investigative journals talents. Outstanding we do that here. That's about the only thing we're the of anybody's attention. These days is let's expose socialism before completely takes us over in America. It hasn't yet. But one of the things that the guy from Romania was pointing out which is pretty good information. People always say, well, we want like Bernie, we want to be socialist like Denmark Sweden. That's what we want. They're they're not socialist countries. Those are not socialist countries. They're capitalist countries with way way way way way, many many socialist benefits like the they tax people into the ground, but they're still get to keep stuff on property run a business, but you will be taxed to the ground. So they can give people stuff free healthcare free. Let's not free but state controlled healthcare. So that's not social socialist Venezuela socialist, Cuba. And that's what's going on right now. So you go over to to the guy was referencing on with Beck was talking about that. How Romania at one point into straight up communism. Let's just go. But it wasn't all the way communist to begin with you could still keep stuff you could still own stuff. But then it went locked out and it fell apart really fast. And that's where this is already pretty much there with us Walea. And for some reason, the Democrats socialists in America that would be the whenever you hear democrat party democrat socialist because that's exactly what they are Joe Biden to now a lot of the Democrats socialist on the more radical end of dome Cup party intellectual Biden is to middle of the road. He's he's too old school for things white. They hate that. He's male or they really hate that. But if they have to run with him, they will and right now, he's looking better than anybody. He's looking better than Bernie. He's looking better in Bernie. But he's going to embrace all the Bernie stuff, but the thing over on Breitbart. And I was talking about says camera catches, armored military vehicle plowing into protesters. That's democrat socialism, always ends shock video illegal aliens flood over border in Arizona. What why is that? Because the democrat socialists have not enabled have not allowed of budget out for any kind of immigration and customs enforcement factor. Trying to kill it Tijuana tell he's one hundred seventy one homicides just in April two thousand nineteen attends the game on anyway, what's for dinner tonight? This is our southern border. We're fighting a war. So here's ice right here. Immigration, customs enforcement shifts resources, come at Friday family claims border talked about that yesterday. The people are coming in and saying we're a family, and we need we need we're refugees, and we need to get out of this country. We're being politically terrorized drug dealers. In turns out, the families a bunch of drug dealers. That's thirteen. As what I came to talk about today. I'm just a snag a couple headlines off drudge is interesting stuff. Oh, I love this Jordanian national guilty in conspiracy to smuggle Yemenis in tax. In detects. What are Yemenis is that some type of exotic bird? I think a Yemeni. I think that's I think it's some kind of exotic canary probably got a bunch of trenchcoat now Yemenis Yemenis are looked at offensive your Yemeni. Put your fingers near you, speak English. They are looked at as being the trash of the world. That's still lie. No lie in the world. There's a hierarchy big time. Who's at the top hierarchy the gyp shins. Yeah. You see that in predominantly Muslim high schools. Yeah. I don't know where the Lebanese fall into it or the Iranians but additions are way up at the top of the picking order, and then below at the very lower part are the Yemeni trash trash. I don't care for Yemeni. I don't have one thing against you're not against if you're a straight up right thinking Yemeni that isn't a psychotic is Lamont one terrorist. Yeah. Anyway, I wanted to talk about this today if we have time. Some interesting stuff because it's coming soon to a neighborhood near you pretty much already there. And we'll be in Michigan. Dana Nessel gets way. Judge finds father guilty of family violence family violence, not for anybody up. But for not using his transgender teen was would be as kid. His kids preferred pronoun. Yeah. A court found him guilty British Columbia, which is a very beautiful place. I've been there. It's gorgeous. I was in moose Justice sketch to but anyway, British Columbia supreme supreme court judge be Canadian in that province anyway, has found the father of a fourteen year old girl claiming to be transgender guilty of family violence because he continued to refer to his daughter as she. She who must be obeyed. Everybody know what I'm talking about. When I say that. The old folks do let's get into come back. It's time for me to start the.

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"j akbar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"j akbar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Akbar with NewsHour live from the BBC in London. Now, what do you know about the magnetic north? Well, it's the place that compasses point two and the news about it today is that it's moving more quickly than scientists thought. They've had to update their model of the earth's magnetic field to deal with that to find out more about what's changed. I've been speaking to Dr Phil Livermore, a geophysicist at the university of Leeds will the has three north poles slightly confusing. But we have lots of interesting dynamics going on. So we have the rotation axis of the us where it intersects. The surface is called the geographic North Pole. We also have two types of magnetic North Pole. Okay. So why does the magnetic North Pole move? Well, it seems that the magnetic North Pole is controlled by two patches of magnetic field situated at the the outside of the core. The magnetic field is actually generated there's one patch of magnetic field under Canada. But one patch of magnetic field undecided. Beer, and it seems that the interplay between these two types of magnetic field is crucial for determining whether the north magnetic field is and it seems that the patrimony Natick filled under Canada has weakened whereas the patch of magnetic field under Siberian has pretty much stayed the same, and there seems to be essentially a tug of war between these two patches of magnetic field and the the patch under under Canada has been losing the battle as it were to the patch under Siberia, and that's why the North Pole has been moving away from his its historical location under around northern Canada. What's the impacts of the pace at which? Which magnetic north is moving what effect does it have on on the daily lives of people who rely on magnetic north. The magnetic field is used finale Gatien, forbe's military and civilian purposes. Is a fascinating window into. What is going on inside the interior so three thousand kilometers beneath our feet is the liquid core of our planet, which is turning away in a complicated way moving around vast quantities alternate, and this is the mechanism that generates our magnetic field. And for some reason, the north magnetic pole is suddenly started moving in quite erotic way and all sorts of questions as to what is is anything changing in the school? In other words, are we saying something new here, or is it is it business as usual? So the model that shows what magnetic north face has had to been updated in order to take into account the magnetic north is moving faster than it has before is is that correct? That is correct. Yes. The model is usually updated every five years, but there's been a patch released because. The magnetic field has been changing in a way that was unexpected and not as caused the model to be in error, particularly at high latitude the model is used to correct the direction of everyday compasses in order that we know exactly where the north geographic police, and so the era in the model will of course, introduced an error in this determination of direction. The Ariza quite small lesson less than about a degree also safer civilian purposes won't have much impact at all. I was Dr Phil Livermore AGA physicist at the university of Leeds..

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Witnesses say Christmas market killer shouted "Allahu Akbar"

Glenn Beck

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Witnesses say Christmas market killer shouted "Allahu Akbar"

Polls open in Turkey's high-stakes elections

KHNR

04:44 min | 3 years ago

Polls open in Turkey's high-stakes elections

"The abdelhadi egyptianborn writer broadcaster former bbc middle east editor at all to come on weekend after the world news hello i'm marion marshall with the bbc news turkish people are voting in star presidential and parliamentary elections seen is the biggest challenge to president reggio type edwin since he came to power fifteen years ago mr edwin wants to scrap the post of prime minister a measure opponents say will erode democracy i'll turkey correspondent mark lowen reports never in its modern history has this crucial country felt so divided and never has richard type heard one faced such a tough election fight turkey's most powerful leader since its founding father ataturk would become more powerful still if he wins scrapping the post of prime minister and weakening parliament but if he fails to reach fifty percent in the presidential vote he'll face a runoff probably with moharram in a fiery center left candidate who has electrified the campaign the bbc's raza akbar in eastern bull says the result could be very close because of the new opposition coalition that has been formed to fight this election when president edwin changed the law to allow coalitions to form his policy went into a coalition with the nationalists but what's also happened is that the main secular party the c h policy with a new leader at its helm harm in jay that really did shift people's notions of what was possible he has rallied unbelievably around a group of people and the momentum behind him has been spectacular it really is astonishing to see somebody who has conducted one hundred rallies in six weeks compared to fall fall fewer by president air duan leaders of seventeen european union member states to meet in brussels today to discuss how to tackle the arrival of illegal migrants from across the mediterranean the german chancellor angela merkel is seeking concessions that would enable her to retain her governing coalition your correspondent kevin connolly reports from brussels an early draft of possible conclusions for today's meeting now withdrawn appear to be designed mainly to address germany's key demand that it should be able to turn back migrants who'd already been accepted in another member state that angered italy which says such secondary movement isn't the real problem it wants to do more to stem the flow of arrivals across the mediterranean few issues leave the issues often proclaimed unity looking so strained some eastern european countries simply won't take care of migrants who arrive on the east mediterranean coast and plans to create processing centers in north africa seemed fraught with practical and ethical problems president trump has defended his tough stance on immigration warning to the us ran the risk of being overrun by millions of immigrants speaking las vegas mr trump said current american immigration laws were laughing stock and his measures with make the country stronger well world news from the bbc the us military says it's moved one hundred wooden coffins to the demilitarized zone on the border between north and south korea to receive the remains of american soldiers who've been missing since the nineteen fifty two fifty three korean war the return of the us war dead was agreed between the north korean leader kim jong un and president trump during their summit in singapore earlier this month prince william is embarking on a tour of jordan israel and the occupied palestinian territories in the first official tour of the region to be carried out by a member of the british royal family william the second in line to the throne is traveling on behalf of the british government as it seeks to broaden its relations with the middle east beyond the israeli palestinian conflict the visit will focus on youth and technology women in saudi arabia have begun enjoying their new freedom to drive after the kingdom lifted its controversial ban the last country in the world to do so but critics say the move has been overshadowed by the arrest last month of many female activists who campaign for the right to drive all the gearan reports in this conservative kingdom is a landmark day for saudi women it's been a long time coming now they are free to drive but they are still not free to travel marry divorce or even leave prison without the permission of a male relative the authorities here are keen to get the maximum mileage from the reform and have allowed foreign journalists in to report on us but critics say the changes taking place here still amount to baby steps and the football world cup england will play panama as they seek to continue their winning start to the tournament in group h.

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Liege shooting: Gunman kills two police officers in Belgium

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:41 min | 3 years ago

Liege shooting: Gunman kills two police officers in Belgium

"But i have not broken any laws nor committed any offense worthy of this treatment greitens now faces a separate criminal case where he's accused of illegally obtaining donor lists to raise campaign funds david alex pres with the breaking news alex thank you out of the terror attack overseas tonight a gruesome and deadly attack today to female police officers both of them mothers stabbed and then shot to death with their own weapons it happened in belgium the attack ending when other officers than gun the assailant down well tonight here images of the takedown and we're the suspect had just been led out for a two day leave from prison abc's james longman is on the scene for us watch as police approach a gunman holed up inside and then the volley of bullets cutting him down in broad daylight tonight belgium reeling from another suspected terror attack at ten thirty local time in the city of the edge a man armed with the knife stabbed two police women from behind both were mothers one with thirteen year old twin daughters the suspect allegedly shouted allow akbar god is great as he attacked them stealing guns he shot them both dead he left the two bodies there on the sidewalk before making his way up the street he was firing random with a guns that he'd stolen before killing twenty two year old man in by com he then went into this school holding a woman hostage before rushing police outside the gunman injured full police officers before they brought him down and james longman with us from belgium tonight and james belgian authorities do believe the suspect may have been radicalized while in prison.

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