17 Burst results for "Jalili"

"jalili" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"jalili" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"George they closed up a one nine outside the frogger storyline. I don't remember what happens in that episode. Yeah that's a good point. But i will never forget the episode. Where kramer and newman are going to take the the bottles to michigan so they can make slightly more money off of the recycling fees. But you know what else happens in that episode. no i don't and that's kind of the The joy of the show in my head. I'll put it up. You know with letterkenny. In that way. Where it's i got really remember specific letterkenny episodes but i do remember parts because it is kind of one of those sitcoms. That is a sketch show. This is i think intrinsic to the sitcom too. Because it's naturally things are gonna start to run into each other and blurred together because sitcoms take place essentially in the same locations every week when you watch seinfeld episode. It's you're gonna end up at monks you end up in jerry's apartment and you're gonna end up in someone's apartment you know. That's basically just a redress of a standing set. You're not gonna get a lot of variations on the theme. And i think that's what creates this sort of of cosmic stu to borrow a phrase from. I think he should leave of storylines and plots in jokes. It's just. I don't know like every episode looks exactly the same. Yeah i mean there's there's the comforts of that and it's a very much You know sitcoms just to kind of think about what these are. These are really just. You know the most popular versions of stage plays. Yeah that's essentially what the honeymooners was which was one of the early examples of this format. Was the you have multiple cameras. They do their things on the stage and then they call it quits. And that's what sitcoms were for a long time up until and then a few years past seinfeld ending sitcoms were stage plays filmed in front of a live audience. And do you remember the sitcom rock. I loved rock. Oh man charles s dutton on fox. Yeah yeah and those are all stage actors like old school stage actors and they started doing thing where like they realize that their tapings for the sitcom were like flawless. Because all these people were trained to just know their lines and hit their marks and do all the stuff they need to do from just doing a stage plays and so they started doing rock live. And i remember being so excited i was like you never know what's going to happen because it's live and there was no different because these these actors were professionals. I m fascinated by the idea of the stage actor and how they transitioned to sitcoms. Because when you look at the cast of seinfeld you got a stand up comedian. Who has no acting training. He's really just doing himself and doing his his shtick with other actors around him. You've got jalili dreyfuss who was a train. Sketch comedian who ended up on. Snl for a few seasons. Then transitions sitcoms with seinfeld. But the outlier in all of this is jason alexander. Well i just got back from swimming in the pool and.

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"jalili" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

Who Cares About Men's Health?

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"jalili" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

"Time for a listener scott update. We met scott back in july. You said he was a little bit. Overweight is blood pressure was a little bit high. Felt like he was active enough but he wanted to get things a little bit more to control so we asked us what we thought and boy did we tell him what we thought so today. It's our it's our scott update episode. How scott doing and are there some lessons that anyone trying to get a little bit more healthy lose a little bit of weight or try to affect those numbers can learn. This is who cares about men's health providing information inspiration and a different interpretation about men's health. I am scott sing pill the md to my b. s.'s co host. Dr troy matteson. I'm here so happy to resume. Producer mitch is in the mix in there. We got thunder jalili. Who is our guy that has a phd in etiologies. The nutritionist extraordinaire. Hi everyone. I'm happy to be here. Unlike troy and our guest today is listener. Scott hi you doing today scott. I'm doing all right. Glad to be here all right so scott when we left off back in july which is when we talk to you. What was the plan of action that you took away from our conversation so you could work on your weight and your blood pressure which just a little bit high but yeah so. The primary takeaways were one. I really need more minutes of exercise per week. hopefully getting up there towards thirty minutes a day As well as go talk to a dietitian so those were the two big things There was another one of like yes. You're doing your desk job. Make sure you get up and do some exercises. Sit on an exercise ball. You know if you can get one for you know a couple of hours a day So there are those ancillary things as well but that those that was my main. This is what i can do at this time. All right and how did it go on any of those things so with the exercising I did quite a bit more As far as like more frequently as well as different things. So i did a lot of running a biking before and i tried to do more kind of like inside. Cardio not really weightlifting. Because i don't really have big weights or anything but my body is heavy enough But that didn't last too long. Because i hurt all day every day and realized that at very least at this time i cannot maintain that frequency and duration of exercising. So i cut it back. I am currently more than i was when we originally talked but not as much as two hundred ten minutes a week. So you okay. So tuna ten minutes. So you're doing consistently thirty minutes a day. At that point. I was trying. It certainly felt like two hundred ten minutes and it might have been a bike. Instructions unclear type thing where i was under the impression that it was thirty minutes of sweating so not just like a casual walk down. The street wouldn't have counted towards my thirty minutes. And maybe that's one of the places where i went wrong. I would actually think that is. The thirty minutes of sweating is is a good guide. And you can sweat when you walk as well. It depends on how fast you walk or whether you're walking up hill so it doesn't necessarily mean you're maybe out there sprinting. For thirty minutes..

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"jalili" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

Brewsing Banter

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"jalili" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

"That because some of it. You're just hunting and gathering. Because you know what's going to happen. You may have some hopes and desires. When you're outshooting doesn't always pan out that way and once you get the footage back looking at anything and you know you kind of your date. What you have is. This is the market. This is the best often that goes in. Its own folding. He kinda if the best of that stuff in the rescue. Just kinda see if you need if you don't you know and then you just when you're in the moment sometimes you're capturing something really great you know you feel it. This is going to be amazing and dozer I mean for me. Those are ultimately all things that ended up in the film. It's like four years. Roughly twenty something on terabytes footage Be able to say two hundred dollars or three hundred hours of tape age. I'm gonna say footage. I don't have wars but twenty plus terabytes excluded because we're also shooting in four k. So and then you narrow that down originally we had it in may we had our first cut and it was almost two hours long and then it was okay so this is going to go out to the film festival circuit so we gotta bring it down to a program. Friendly runtime festival is gonna program this if it's a certain length because you got to consider the subject matter the impact. Well how many facet was gonna want to get into this whole beard thing for two hours. They will do it for eighty something minutes. We ended up with just as just a smidge under an hour and a half fish. So and that's a very friendly theatrical viewing experience refined sitting at the beginning all great streaming friendly and festival friendly run time at or we landed just to to to backtrack because lou took its question when seventeen on question she But i know Era had told us about his love of filmmaking. How he got there but we didn't go to in terms of how or you already. Did you already like film making or something that he seduced. You went to filming next year. Dr jalili yeah just happened. Graduated broker bedroom in. I was doing communications for the government immigration. I mean still you know. Try to be as creative as you can be that type of role making was maurya after we got married. And you know through the years it happens. I'm up pull it dove on everybody. 'cause see two words behind your shoulder. Their background watchers. And let's see so there you earned it grab it this so so the the ones that are not behind me are the ones that were the most proud which are any fancy fancy. We got every winter on up there. So i can use it as a motivator got it yet. Have a wall with framed ones that i did it for such as kneeling nice. That is what's amazing now. What year what year is that emmy. And what does the front of it say in two thousand and i never. I've never seen this up close and personal. So you gotta say read was on the front. I'm intrigued this is a big deal. Yes so full disclosure. 'cause i'm not ashamed to share this This is a regional emmy descent coast region. Central region covers florida. Puerto rico parts of georgia alabama and This was for work that i did with the region. So yes the national emmy. The ones that you daytime news documentary. Those are bigger. You're a little bit okay. The exact same dodd same regional just catching we're looking at a regional emmy lou in front of us right now i just seen any regional. The national international never person who would knowing who i don't care if his gore platinum plaque from bill. You know why i say. What type of was i would've been does it. Isn't it's awesome. It may be careful right right. We lose much tweet right now. So those are my motivators to continue to do the best work i can possibly do. Which is why. I didn't just whip this film and put it on the world. I wanted to make sure it was the right moment because we we had a very y'all we had very different film That we were cooking up originally and then things just weren't working the way i had hoped for like you know dave mentioned about the outline kind kinda different outline and hope and independent and then that really in a weird way made the film better so so different direction because the beer industry when in a whole different direction after so speaking of that. What even made you say i want to do. A documentary about Black folks in and beer like what made you say that. That's an ideal or as your shirt says the reshaping future crappier. In america i think just brar impetus flushing. It started as you know. Brown people rag going to breweries and being the only people of color in and at one in there s patrons or behind the bar and that just sparked their interest How come how come. Why aren't more of us juries. That's i think that that spark the curiosity go in explore. Find out more about eight. Yeah and then you know we did. Some research in some of those staggering brewers association. Stats you know. One percent like really. That's and we you know african americans. They drink beer. Run more than one percent of your drink beer. So that's kind of why we wanted to do that. And the other thing too is there. You know beard documentaries. It's kinda like this tiny sub-genre documentary and all the beer films feature white. Brewers these are. These are the ingredients fears. Amazing here's a white grower. And then and then and then.

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"jalili" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

Who Cares About Men's Health?

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"jalili" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

"I had been advising people about diet and exercise and then i looked at my my low fat yogurt and found the exact same thing was it's twenty. It was twenty four grams of sugar so it was a day supply of sugar in my low fat healthy yogurt. So these things that are sold to you in packages make sure you look at those packages because a lot of the things in the health food. I'll like granola and low fat yogurt and you know things that have the word fruit on it. Fruit snacks for juice. The all those things in the health food aisles. We feel like oh. This must be great but check those sugar grams because they hide in these quote unquote healthy foods especially low fat food because when you take the fat out you got something back in to make it taste. Good and sugar is what they do you know. They have not yet. Yeah i saw something about like a junior high. That has lake. They're healthy foods vending machine and they would sell applesauce in there and the applesauce was just selling like crazy in. They're so excited like all. The kids are eating applesauce. Gay you know in these. Each little thing of applesauce has like fifteen grams of added sugar or something ridiculous. You know so. It's it's amazing. But i went through that same process with yogurt as well. I was thinking. I was eating healthy. And you know we had thunder on here. Thunder jalili talked about hidden. Sugars and i looked at the yogurt. I was eating same thing just tons of added. Sugar just amazing. Yeah i do. Try to monitor some of that in that i try not do as many Processed meals and things like that. Try to make Meals from scratch. You know even things like pancakes and waffles. I make from scratch. So i can see what exactly i'm putting in there or not relying on a on a box mix or something like that but And i like to make even macaroni and cheese from scratch..

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"jalili" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"jalili" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Marina it's great to talk with you. What's the most rewarding thing about being an athlete so for me. The most rewarding thing about being an athlete is the same thing but from two different perspectives. The one i love. Seeing people conqueror adversity conquer challenges go through hard times and then succeed and then work towards their success in an ultimately experiencing what they worked for for such a long time and being there for them and being along for the journey and being somehow able to help them in some capacity along that way and through those rough patches is just so gratifying and at the same time as an athlete myself going through adversity and being supported by the people close to me and then ultimately achieving that saying that i worked for for so long that i've endured so much for that i've sacrificed much for. That's just so rewarding to me. One reason why i love working with high performing athletes and why i also am still an athlete. Myself is that sport. Is this area where we experience such a broad range of intense human emotions from intense joy to intense suffering and intense sorrow and that is just really rewarding to me because we rarely get to experience this range and this intensity of emotion and these colorful emotions in other areas of our and. I don't know why but it's just what's fascinating to me in sports because it's just a rare in normal life. Maria dot charges on unlocking building and maintaining confidence. Today and tomorrow with allience. You can take confidence in tomorrow aliens behind you for what's ahead. Welcome back to the monocle. Daily i'm andrew. Still with me. Our guests holly digress. And enrico franceschini. Let us now turn to developments in the saga of the iran nuclear deal the potential revival there of iran's new president abraham racy does not appear one of life's natural compromises but has nevertheless sounded more or less amenable to the idea. The current becoming of the deal is not of course iran's fault it was. Us president donald trump who flounced in two thousand eighteen. Since when ron has been trying not unreasonably to improve its own position. Within the framework one minor concession was made this weekend new memory cards will be inserted into cameras monitoring iran's nucleus sites however a possible candidate to be around new chief. nuclear negotiator. Sounds like no fun at all. Holly we do need probably to introduce the character volleyball. Gary connie is he going to be the new chief nuclear negotiator and if he is what signal is around sending their well the rumor is that he he probably will be and I think the signal is that they are very much in. This is someone that is a hardliner. Just like the rest of the government. This is someone. Iranians call the hotline. but also And i think it's worth noting that all three branches of iran's government are also hardline leads. They're all instinct. But this is somebody that was not very much for the iran nuclear agreement to from the get-go and i think it's noteworthy that the guy that may have kind of pushed for him to take this role. Is someone by the name of say jalili who was a Mahmoud amina jawed era um nuclear negotiator and he put a burr under the saddle of nuclear negotiators back in the early two thousands including Who we now know as current cia. Director william burns rather than actually talking about nuclear issues. He's been hours talking about the crimes of the united states during the iran iraq war. So i think that should give you the mindset of what this potential nuclear negotiator with look like enrico. It has been my suspicion. and ali will doubtless correct me. If i'm wrong about this that basically iran has not been able to believe its luck since donald trump flounced in two thousand eighteen because they can track this home forever and they can keep inventing you conditions and imposing new things and wanting new concessions and they could run out the clock on these for years yet could make well they can but we don't know what The intentions are and I've been lucky. They wear really with trump because the a an agreement in place and the problem is that Not only now the world is. Let's say threatened by the possibility of nuclear iran but pulling out of agreement Donald trump the outline nurse gain ground in iran. And and. i'm very sorry to see in the new government. There is not a guy like former foreign ministers. Fear one of the best minds of huron through you know passionate negotiate with whom the west could were iran as a side. It is not tyrod line but thanks to donald trump. Now they are you know Have backing In the corner and we'll have to wait for the chance to to you know gain ground. Holy there's always a silent partner in the non attending partner at these discussions and that that is of course Israel and you'll have seen these quotes from ben against the minister of defence This week who. I think basically is gently reminding everybody that ultimately israelis the guarantor of last resort here in the if adults think the dirani's getting anywhere near nuclear weapon and they will do what they did in iraq in nineteen eighty one will syria in two thousand seven ben against the minister of defense saying this week that iran would accept new deal But he also said and i quote if push comes to shove we'll get the win not america but we have our capabilities. That's not a subtle reminder. Is it no it's not and it's a reminder. We've been hearing probably for about two decades. Now we heard it under the prime ministership of benjamin netanyahu who would actually make it a whole thing at the united nations general assembly year acme bomb. I mean i think we might missing last year. I don't think..

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"jalili" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"jalili" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Service committed to whether any nation work with them. They'll take you as far as you wanna go. And that's that's unfortunately where we have to end. I could talk louis for for hours on him. He's a great colleague. Someone that has served as a mentor for me as a friend is todd. League confident in our roles is am presidents and colleagues in the field. And i'm certain. I said this before he came on. I'm louis holds the record for the most appearances on whether he says the podcast and the tv show. So i'm gonna take host. Live up the privileges here. This week's gig of the week is dr louis utility. Dr each lady received his bachelor's degree a degree at university of wisconsin master's and bachelor's so he is a triple badger. As i see it. I believe became the sixteenth director of the national weather service in two thousand thirteen. Who's am as president in twenty twelve twenty. Thirteen director inset for fourteen years and has published more than seventy peer reviewed articles and chapters in books on numerous including severe weather outbreaks snowstorms gravity waves jet streak cycles of the satellite data in applications and more recently the basis for the joint center for satellite data simulation. Wmo base grand challenge for seamless prediction and the restructuring of the national weather service to build a weather ready nation. Dr jalili has been a driving force behind transition. Transitioning this nation. And we thank you for your service. Louis thank you for joining us and thank you for also giving us this opportunity on web geeks to to speak with you in this really pinnacle moment in your career always a pleasure. Marshall thank you. And i am dr marcia shepherd. We'll see you next time on weather geeks a..

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"jalili" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"jalili" Discussed on KFC Radio

"And they're like yeah okay. I ever jokes jokes. And i remember the hardest. Overlap this guy. This guy. Jason jack jack and and he came in he came into lunch and he was like an just ripped all over and he had small exit. Someone goes Some goes him and how come how come your your legs aren't as big as your top. And he goes. I don't know i dunno. I dunno and some chili discard jalili. Goes maybe you should start putting the needle in your ass i. I've always said that my my friends. I think i think if you're a funny person. Chances are you're crew of friends are funny and i was just of the one that started to put it on the internet and start at the state into a microphone but a lot of my lingo and jokes and personality is all like an amalgam of all those guys. It's like we're gonna album of the crime happens to work in media. I've just a combination of my friend. Yeah you guys should be getting a cut of this year. Not gonna take my buddy eddie. Fernandez is the single funniest individual that you've ever been that anyone's ever been around. Everyone knows it. But the thing about eddie was you could do something to eddie and then any would take it to the tenth degree and make it. We used to do this thing. And eddie would do this thing to each other that we will pretend to roof each other's drinks just just it was. I don't know it was like we go. Hey can we get some water. And they put him down and he go. Thanks and i would look away. And he pretended roofing my drink and the waitress go. You just ask. And i remember one night. Eddie did it to anthony clark and go. We only did it right. We're talking and eddie looks at me winks. Any pretends to rookie anthony. Clark clark was the comic from boston. Common rupiahs drink and for me. And i'm like oh i pretend to anthony strength and many distracting him pretending until they roofing empty art and does he do anything. It's joke and he loved it and he started routine people girl the to the The the inside jokes had with this guy. Eddie fernandez were all inside jokes anytime. Any tear chairs were set up in any assemblies. Ever are joke was to walk through the center of them. Yell for this guy and go ahead and knock as many chairs downs. I took in the nfc championship game. Jameis winston played in. And and was there my buddy miles. And they're the funniest puck humans and secure and i ate edibles and watch them like do these guys are there like and and by the way you know the part where we buy tongue and don't say the unsavory thing they don't do that at all and you can't cancel me. I sell medical device. So let me ask you this because i. I think you're on a little bit of a tight schedule here today. You mentioned how things are going so well for you and tom and they really are. I like you guys are in like such a prime position right now. What is your personal or two bears goal like. What do you think 'cause. I think like the sky is the fucking limit for you..

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"jalili" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

Who Cares About Men's Health?

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"jalili" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

"All right so today on who cares about men's health. We're going to find out how it went with the first recipe. Easy tie red curry. Was it tasty. How did it go for cooking. Newbie troy and we're also going to get another easy to make man meal that you can eat all week today. It is who cares about men's health providing information inspiration and a different interpretation about men's health right today's crew we got co host. Dr troy matteson. Hey scott all right. I'm scott pill. I bring the bs and saddam question. So you don't have to Mitch looking good from his head to his toes and now he can breath through his nose. It's producer mitch in the mix. Oh i'm glad i get an intro. Now fancy at our guests today from university. Utah's college of health. The department of nutrition in integrative physiology we have registered dietitian and culinary coach theresa davar act got another stack tasty recipes. A there has going doing well and he has a phd in nutrition. And i also just learned today biochemistry and molecular biology. any also has a sixteen page. Cv thunder jalili. I must be really bored to be looking at my background. Today's easy to make all at once man meal. Where reviewing was the easy tie red curry. We're gonna go around the table here. See what people thought. Get any sort of feedback that might be useful and then trees is going to give us another recipe. So i don't have a ton of say so i'm just going to jump in i. I thought it was really good. What did you think thunder was a good. Yeah i thought the the meal was delicious. It was a little different than the curry's up made before because of the added tomatoes. But i found actually like that. Okay flavor in their try. Would you think well. It's clear that i'm the outlier in the group. I think mitch should.

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"jalili" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

Who Cares About Men's Health?

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"jalili" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

"You. You stumbled on the podium. Finish line scott registered. Dietitian theresa davar. act. She's got a stack tasty recipes for us today. How you doing. I'm well thanks for having me all right. And also we've got our all around baller shock collar he's got a phd in aetiology navis thunder jalili scott and everyone thought it'd be here all right. Hey try i've got a question for you so we're talking about these kind of meals that you can make like on a sunday and then eat for the rest of the week. That are going to be nutritious and easy to make i. I don't know what to call them. So i just went with easy to make all at one time man meals. That's a good long name. If you come up with something better mother willing to hear no problem try. I have a question for you. When do you make bad eating decisions. Is there kind of time. You make bad eating decisions. I make horrible eating decisions after night shifts. No doubt about it. So when i'm tired i always make that eating decisions. I make that eating decisions. If i get home to in the morning from a ship so i think sleep deprivation is the theme there for me. Yeah how about you mitch. Bad eating decisions. When did they happen. I make them a lot. When i'm driving around for some reason or another. I cannot just old habits. Whatever i always like to go to the maverick get myself a drink. And then there's always like a weird candy or like there's i just. I have a soft spot for roller. Food as terribles has downs. Yeah that's when. I make the worst. Decisions is when i'm getting gas or stopping by somewhere. Yeah so just to clarify roller food. We're talking this stuff. That's been on the rollers for a day or two right. Oh.

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"jalili" Discussed on The Divine I AM

The Divine I AM

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"jalili" Discussed on The Divine I AM

"Get the comb and bill did get to even though i said i'd have to look in my little black book but that's not story. I love that and this is why married for sixty years. I love it yet looking at. Thank you for sharing that. Joe sweet sixteen. That's fine lights. Say oh wow thank you. Thank you much. James said makes sense. Since i've had this awakening been through divorce. Thank you very much jill. That's wonderful welcome here I just wanna guys i apologize. I'm trying to go through the feeds Making sure i get you guys loop tracy sorry Just making sure that. I'm catching you guys. In order here i see on jalili onto. Lisa's will i get engaged to manu. Welcome and julie affect lot down property. I have to look at it. Suppose right now. I'm gonna use the cost to try to your question because that's not my area of expertise but let's hope that they caused will help you with this chatelet. One contact us on penalties to take concentration goodness site out.

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"jalili" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"jalili" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"A result of iran's ailing economy caused by a combination of the reimposition of us sanctions following the trump administration's exit of the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal state mismanagement and rampant elite corruption as well as this authoritarian repression has only increased under eight years of the so-called reformist presidency of hassan rouhani the ruhani administration's role in supporting and facilitating the violent suppression of the november twenty nineteen anti-regime protests which saw state security forces kill as many as fifteen hundred. Unarmed civilians was the final nail in the coffin for the idea that the system can be reformed through the ballot box for ordinary iranians nevertheless the aging ayatollah is confident that his extremist support base can sustain his rule and has judged that it's time to advance to the next stage of the islamic revolution. The creation of an islamic government for khameini and his hardline shia islamist followers the revolution which began in nineteen seventy nine never ended a concept. The west has always struggled to comprehend according to its ideology. The revolution was a means for shia clergy to prepare for the long awaited return of the twelfth divinely ordained shia imam and descendant of the prophet muhammad. In the meantime iran's supreme leader would act as his deputy as a precursor to the imams return in the late. Nineteen nineties khameini outlined five necessary revolutionary stages and islamic revolution establishing an islamic regime creating an islamic government and islamic society and an islamic world while khameini and his hardline followers believe iran has achieved the first two stages the third stage of establishing an islamic government remains incomplete for this to happen in twenty nineteen khameini launched a manifesto outlining his future vision which involves installing a generation of young khameini loyalists across the government to water down the regime's quote unquote republican aspects. Aware that factional faultlines may emerge after his death perhaps causing the clerical to suffer the same fate as the soviet union. Khameini is doing. All he can to ensure his islamist ideology them as hard line cleric and khameini ally. Medi tab recently declared. We have now reached the stage for the purification of the islamic revolution. The guardian councils extensive election engineering reflects this of five hundred twenty nine people who registered to stand just seven candidates were approved only to have any chance of winning and shaping the new administration and they share identical political agendas ideological support basis to the leader. Cy jalili former hardline nuclear negotiator under medina jhad and abraham or icy the current chief justice tip as khameini choice to succeed him even some within the regime's elite or calling this an appointment rather than an election speaking openly of the transition from an islamic republic to an islamic state. This islamic state's foundation will be the most loyal and committed section of commodities regime which he trusts totally the islamic revolutionary guard corps. I r g. C the regime's ideological army last week a senior. I r. g. commander said openly that the goal of khameini predecessor and the leader of the revolution i- tola khameini was in fact to form an islamic state against this backdrop. It is highly likely that. I r g c members who are drawn from the section of iranian society which provide the bedrock of khameini support will come to occupy the eight hundred fifty senior political appointee positions that are up for grabs in the next administration from ministerial roles to positions in local county and city politics. As a result the i r g c will occupy the deep state while further entrenching itself within the visible state increasing. Its access to resources and power as it did. In mahmoud ahmadinejad's presidency from two thousand five to twenty thirteen the growing strength of the revolutionary guards this broadening and expanding of the i. r. power will have ramifications both inside and outside iran internally..

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"jalili" Discussed on Shayariwala

Shayariwala

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"jalili" Discussed on Shayariwala

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"jalili" Discussed on FM DOWNTOWN™

FM DOWNTOWN™

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"jalili" Discussed on FM DOWNTOWN™

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"jalili" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

It's All About Evolving

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"jalili" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

"They haven't really answered. Everyone's questioned in a way. Yeah. Yes they they just haven't come up middle. They gotta bring someone who's a professional answer everyone's question or else a lot of kids not gonna go back to screening parents are unsure cussin'. Safety comes first and yes, that's that's what's going to happen for now. And then just see what happens where they actually open or if they're going to go through with everything that they said. Right, I don't know is this very tricky for for to be in that situation you don't really have a choice you have to go out. So you are saying that we were talking earlier and we were mentioned in about a face mask and teachers will be aware in the a medical masks and then kids have to the non medical masks, which is a lot of them are you all handmade. Sickly. But I guess with that is identity I've seen kids with them medical masks on the streets in the stores. I was still trying to understand. Why they? Had to make those statements about kids not Ranga. Medical Masks. By the end of the day I guess when. You send your child factor school, they have to be prepared. what do teachers speed like enforcing would in your mask on using the hand sanitizer As Linda. Yes. Every every person on staff teachers and students they have to take all the precautions you know we've been taking since basically January. Having hand sanitizer social distancing also kits from the same household they have to sit together in class. Oh wait what now. Ten from the same household together like runner sisters have to sit together. You know in case if someone had the same says the family you dipping saying together Hackman's? Yes again, all the websites that articles I've read the all mentioned that it's the parent's choice out immediately if you felt unsafe for any reason and. It is a very big decision because Sir like naturally some people are more paranoid than others. And now there's a wireless going on with no basically blows. So No. Clear for it. It's a big decision for parents to make. And as as a teacher or US I, guess because we have slogger classes. At. The after school. So I am producer if half tank in class, it's going to be probably four to six kids. make all the changes. Yeah. I was GONNA bring up to an athletic after school program yet a work so you guys will be doing online. Or. Yes. Because I'm assuming if parents not going to send their. Kids to school than kits to ask just program and for that I'm assuming all types of after school programs. Also. GonNa. Come Up. Plan to. Continue. Their education. And one main thing that they set. Their opening the schools for like main reasons because. They believe that. Students are like kids that are going to learn social skills. Through online programs that you're not GonNa, go shaw with other kids. They believe is very important and like this shouldn't be something Stop Them Bat was one of my think too and I'm like, no, I mean, my son is a social butterfly and. It has we had our days or was challenging being being quarantine, but we still go for walks in stuff and best one amazing to I'm makes no one I don't want that for him but then the other side, it's Mike Okay. What if this? What if that? You know so It's very funny because I. I. Ask. I ask.

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"jalili" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

It's All About Evolving

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"jalili" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

"You to get that motivation to overcome. Obstacles. Our. Inspirational spiritual and personal growth episode. Now, let's jump in. All about. People. Pencil. Welcome back to another episode of it's devolving and I'm your host Kathy hole in this episode is said Kiana. She is an educator and we spoke about going back to school in the Greater Toronto Area I must highlight that because it's different for other provinces and also other countries. However, at the time this episode was recorded to win you're listening to it there might be new updates. So be sure to check with the Ontario trusted websites and also your kid's school. Now let's jump in joining us today is Yana. Hello everyone. My name is Kiana and Part time teacher an after school program and said if you just talking about going back to school in September thank you so much for joining us and this is something. Sorry, go ahead. Thank you for having me your welcome, and this topic is the most talked about topic I mean as parent I'm very concern and I have unloaded questions but I'll let you start off by telling us what is like as a teacher 'cause 'cause you guys are important to right? Yes. I've been working from home since the Latin started I've been working I've been teaching online. Since March and things been defend online. But you know finally made it work and God positive feedbacks from parents and also you know they're negative ones. But as a teacher, there's also react the risks to just like as you know as kids are. And basically. Have to take precautions but identify day the run on make sure that everyone's safe. And the kids are usually the priority because it's GonNa be more of them. Yeah okay. So we've we've been hearing that parents are allowed to send our kids in or online learning but my first question is I'm GonNa start off as the online learning parent then. If I had the opportunity to keep my kids home. What if I have to go back to work again am I, going to be able to switch my kids in school and how would you guys deal with that because? From what I'm understanding in one teacher would be allowed with a group of kids all the time. So this new kid coming in now hot, what are the protocols for that? So from the Antero upside and everything's been written on there is basically you have the choice to. Central. Back to Spectra Scroll any for any reason you felt unsafe you can take it right out of the school so these things can happen and Then the schools are open I'm pretty sure that they're going to come up with ideas and situations like the ests because it's very risky is virus going around Zo if you know, you have the choice to take out of the classroom, then there are options for you to send your kid back to school and this all is happening because you know. UNSURE EVENT AS TEACHERS ARE Some of US don't want to go back to work. So they have to come up with a plan to make everything work smoothly, and they're brought to see what happens when school's actually you know open and how everyone's GonNa react but they said that they're going to send nurses to schools. Yes so banners will be on yes and then for high school students, they said that there is a specific testing because you know older kids had higher risk of. Transmission could kiss right. Right. So for Teachers Right as you mentioned, you have the opportunity of being online or going in what is. Just saying what if say somebody is tested positive just saying in the class within that room. So basically It's at that the students on the Staff Cross covid nineteen symptoms. And does a positive they are going to be immediately separated. They cannot go back to work as a teacher oval back to class student on this, they're cleared by a health professional, but then I guess the whole with the whole class have to be tested to write kind of a thing. Yes it's you know it goes back to the same thing. You know how for how long that person has the symptoms and who was around them. So that's why it's also for me. It was also a concern because it's like. You know how I supposed to know. In time. That for how long that person's been having the symptoms, right? I. Guess. Now you have the. You have the choice to go get tested. So I am pretty sure an it's a logical for all this FM teachers to actually get tested before going back to class to teach. Right because as adults we at a higher risk, right? And one other class size looking light 'cause I was hearing a whole bunch of stories might every time it changes? So my understanding from the last thing I read was that from kindergarten to grade, the re would be the same class signs and from grade four to grade twelve. It would be fifteen. On my pride or how does that work? Well from what I've read our just to different no websites. 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"jalili" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"jalili" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Youth center seven cinema me thirty Hamilton's here thirty four minutes after the hour I've been in a it well you know just because I feel I'm agreed to about the erasure of Elizabeth Warren from the conversation when she's in third place right and okay because you know my car is in the dealership and they can find find new timing belt do you think that's not even a thing like I just made it up as much a guy's lap and around people on Twitter tell her she needs a yeah two or three thousand dollars it's it's a Lexus yeah you need a new mmhm right that you think that they wanted to charge me like three hundred fifty dollars for a two dollar part to took Lani twenty minutes to yeah you get new US market Bartle in Europe yeah Dr this is all on Twitter saying it would've been really hard for them to check in the amount of time that you were there and also there's no way you could need a new timing belt at the I a thank you with less and we can't take it apart you're way overdue for us like nine idea no you don't they have no idea what it looks like my timing belt yeah the lady this little lady says you can yeah there's no way anyone mail them a piece your poop I don't know when this is done in the mail the my poo by accident instead of a check new rates even knows when you know what I should test with or any new brakes after the guy that owns the show's training coming from insurance money just Jalili really was about to break right about the timing belt but okay.

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"jalili" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"jalili" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"Breaches impact the businesses and things like that but also I think one of the the areas they spoken about law a law the time Riley an wrongly is skills got the nice something the fund really fascinating. You know the say the resist goes got you know you see these reports that two point five million jobs will be available by twenty twenty and you know there's all these different things and then you you see the over side of it where people go. There is an skills gap. There's a hiring issue and I remember axelsson think on twitter makeover MOMS ago so one was asking for a certain and level of experience on certain Porta Oaks Park Dan. You've been around five years asking for like ten years experience so how how people Pinski jobs when almost like the hey. All departments is so out of touch Jalili Security Community and so may I find not subject really interesting because I really enjoy reading and listen to people when they talk about then that people should be invested in a company should be invested time and employees and and teach them how the soft skills that and teach them what they need to know as opposed to finding someone from this already made an dot topic while I really like about that as well as affects everyone that things really management people to work with those tools. These products books actually the skills that affect everyone in the industry whether it's wherever sales a martin or more technical than that unless whoever it may be so doc I would say that's one of the most interesting and and you know what you're saying sort of goes back to what you saying at the star about being able to wait remotely 'cause I've done your customer on the show and any such She most of the jobs can be done remotely anyway on the tax side of things you in front of a screen. We've walks group conference in and everything. Now he says he's not so much. There's a skills gap is just a job thing is let people if you have to do to our communities and moaning warning tonight you know you can get. People won't take jobs to the salary but people take jobs for less even less money if they need that. They have the flexibility. I I just thought it was a really good point because most of the technical people I waited for most of the people I would always he none of us to regular hours and anyway you see the tech guys. Get a sniff something. They don't give the they don't need to sleep. Yeah exactly I. It's almost like security's a lifestyle choice and I think right she's comes by the way we were is a borough where you know which is amazing because they get it they understand that security is twenty four seven business we get. That's not to say we we're on call twenty seven because we're not. Everyone needs that time to switch off. Do something I think out and take the mind away from it but actually you know a lot of the people. We were directly if they don't understand the remote worth in the flex while I was and that sort off-side of that I don't really want them because if someone wants to start work at six o'clock in the morning because they have commitments between nine and eleven will to me. That is a marriage. ARS The jobs that to be done is to be done and when you went remotely is actually instead of looking at that going on. We'll see what they're doing or it will work because they content conference calls those in the afternoon all of this because of the actually look at the benefits wall the benefits you know having someone remote we mentioned Eliot you the advantages of coverage average across an international time. which that's what we are in now so there's benefits about also just little things like coutry benefits I I know so much about the US west now? Because I've worked with people.

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