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"jeeva" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

01:59 min | 6 d ago

"jeeva" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"The Fox News APP. Voices America trusts downloaded now. A house explosion under investigation in Texas. So far, no foul play is suspected Neighbors in Plano, Texas, say it was loud booms shaking the house. And then this felt like a bomb alerts. Going off an explosion felt a mile away that levelled one home and damaged several others that investigators say was likely caused by a gas leak. There was one resident at home at the time. We have confirmed that and that patient was transported Plato Fire Captain Peggy Harold. Five. Other neighbors also hurt no word on conditions and investigators are looking to see if a storm going through the area at the time played a role in the explosion. Jeff Man. Also, Fox News lawyers are reporting that a national settlement is coming soon involving some of the biggest companies being sued over the opioid epidemic, including Johnson and Johnson and three distributors. Reportedly a $26 billion deal that wouldn't end ongoing lawsuits but would change them. Nike shoes might get harder to find for a while because of a covid outbreak at a factory in Southeast Asia. Nike manufacturing in Vietnam has been halted because of a 19 outbreak. Their research firm Pan Jeeva says Nike may soon run out of shoes made in Vietnam because of the pandemics impact. Nearly half of Nike's imports delivered by C during the spring quarter were from Vietnam, and most of the items were shoes. Christopher Rogers, a senior analyst at Penn Jeeva says manufacturers have been shifting manufacturing to Vietnam and other countries to avoid tariffs and the pandemic. Last month, Nike predicted supply chain issues will drag into much of next year. GeneCo's Selda Fox News the big rally on Wall Street after yesterday's plunge right now, the Dow is up 608.

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Tiger Spotted Roaming Texas Neighborhood Turned Over to Wildlife Authorities

Here & Now

01:17 min | 2 months ago

Tiger Spotted Roaming Texas Neighborhood Turned Over to Wildlife Authorities

"You now on a story we did last Friday. Remember the tiger that was stalking the Houston suburbs? A tiger in my neighborhood kind. Does he tell you he has a collar? It is somebody's pet. Well that Tiger was only nine months old. And after spending a week on the lam, one of his alleged former owners helped turn him over to the authorities. Jeeva Cuevas can be heard here in a police video petting the tiger along with Houston Officer Ron Borsa. Mander. It's been a long week. Looking for this guy way got him and he's healthy and she has husband, Victor Hugo Cuevas first claimed to know India's owner, but police say he actually was the owner. He was out on bond for a murder charge. Now he's back in jail, but India is starting a new life in an animal sanctuary. Here's Noel home Road director of the Cleveland A Marie Black Beauty Ranch, speaking on CNN today, We're so happy he's here. He's doing well. He's adjusting very well on Dwyer, just hopeful he'll be here for the rest of his life. India's kept isolated from the other animals for now, a team of veterinarians air testing him for diseases that are common to captive tigers. Like many Americans, his quarantine may soon come to an end. And we wish him well. We're glad that everyone is safe. You're listening

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U.S. and Iran Holding Talks Via Nuclear Deal Signatories

Brian Lehrer

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

U.S. and Iran Holding Talks Via Nuclear Deal Signatories

"Countries are doing their utmost to resurrect the Iran nuclear deal in the coming months. Talks open tomorrow with two other signatories to the accord, China and Russia. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports France is calling on Iran to show a constructive stents. Following a call with his Iranian counterpart over the weekend, French Foreign Minister Jeeva Julianne said in a statement that he's asked Iran to refrain from further violations of current nuclear commitments. The U. S. Will not take part directly and discussions Tuesday. But for the first time since the Trump administration pulled out of the Iran agreement in 2018 and reimpose sanctions, Ah U S delegation will be present. The 2015 accord lifted economic sanctions on Iran in return for restrictions on its nuclear program. The talks are intended to help identify steps necessary to return to full compliance with the nuclear deal. Iran says U. S sanctions must first be removed. Eleanor

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Pope Francis condemns those who vacationed abroad to avoid coronavirus restrictions

NPR News Now

00:27 sec | 7 months ago

Pope Francis condemns those who vacationed abroad to avoid coronavirus restrictions

"In his sunday address. The pope says he's saddened by people matching flights to vacation and skip lockdown. Jeeva the lockdown. If i believe because they're not thinking of others left behind francis said still there's reason for hope in twenty twenty. One officials expected delayed vaccine. Rollout will speed up there also warning. The coming weeks could be the worst in the nation's public health history before things turn around. Amy held and here

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"jeeva" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"jeeva" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

"Plus, if the war we gonna right now, scary right now minorities thought to figure things out with this stuff with the internet starting to figure names that with on the figure how we got here who we, would you ever do the history of what are those kind of what women call malato women view to hell? You become a bit of fucker really know the history of Milano women than what they did in New Orleans, and how they treated them and what they did in Creole when he and how these people had families, and one time to have their, their fucking I to say that they all g balls and stuff. You have to leave your family and go and participate in the Jeeva. You know didn't go back to your husband, your family like nothing ever happened. Yeah. Well, you know, that, that's you know, her see how it dictates the rules. Exactly. That's why the world is really frightening because we're getting the consciousness of power this change. We change and the twentieth. Listen. We get changed the way we eat food the way we eat food is about to change the way we smoked cigarettes out about the change. We're gonna live longer, and that's gonna be frightening. Well, frightening for some. Yeah. Oh, no. The power the beaver would be more frightening. Let's they control the people that live longer. But, you know, look at the end of the day there is room for, I think. Certain forms of reconciliation and love. You know love is a key factor in all of this. Right. Like, don't get me wrong. I'm not saying that you, you you put love and then you're gonna love your way through war. I'm just saying that I'm saying that love has a place. You know what I'm saying? It's not only about division. It's not only about fierce about faith. It's about believing yourself, about seeing the, the beauty in the character of the people to, because we always must remember that even with everything that we're talking about. They're always people on both sides that are trying to come together. It's not always a bunch of people trying to separate themselves from each other, as always people on the other side, who was saying, you know what I love you the same way you love me. And we have to remember that because of not we'll, we'll we'll, we'll speak division into our world. And it will only, you know, end up crumbling into a, a seep in pool define love though. And respecting I think love, you know, it's funny you know it's that old saying. Right. Like, like if you're in the desert love is water, right? If you. You know if you wanna you know a freezing mountain top love is heating. You know, you know love is the appropriate response. You know what I'm saying? But it's you know there's a difference between it's not always romantic love. And it's always not always nice love, giving example. If you're in a civil war, and, you know, the level of medicine love is soaring. Guys leg off because you know, by sowing your leg off. I'm giving you the best chance to, to live. So love is not always pleasant but love is, but love is a real thing. You know love is, is real. It's not always pleasant but it's but love is appropriate. Love is the appropriate response. In the in the moment. You know what I'm saying? Love could be, you know, doing away with, with one enemy for the greater good of society, love can be many things. You know that's what love is. So either called love. Well, I think those are those are just English words, right? Those terms. I mean you get back to there's all kinds of love you go back to the ancient Greek, and you have, like different forms of love that they talk about romantic love, love between family. Family love, love. You know there's different. I think terms like you can make finer distinctions in the category of love, but ultimately, you know, love is what's needed. It's total commitment. It is it is total commitment to the appropriate and necessary thing whatever that thing is. I think at the moment that's what you know. Yeah commitment. There's an NFL -bility of the energy of, of the power and something you can't really put into words. Yeah. True. Yeah..

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"jeeva" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"jeeva" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"jeeva" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"jeeva" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"jeeva" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"jeeva" Discussed on World News Analysis

"Missing for me prevalent that people might. Well. Yes. Yes. And professor on could you hear me clearly now. So generally, speaking Jeeva agree was was more government intervention in terms of online regulations. I actually this kind of you know, the idea that. More and more important role in. Well, thank you, professor Jin, China foreign affairs university. South africa. Election officials counted ballot papers early on Thursday a day after a vote widely seen as a test for the ruling ANC party. The party is forecast to have a reduced majority. Falling anger over the economy and land reform casting his vote in the country's six democratic national election since partied end at twenty five years ago. Present serum oppose the apologized for mistakes made along the way will bring you more on this in about five minutes and coming up south clouds e to six stay of extradition proceedings. And also report shows the number of new John unicorns. Search in the first quarter this year to listen to this episode again or catch up on previous episodes. You can download our podcast by searching for world today. I'm joing stay with.

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"jeeva" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"jeeva" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"You're going to be get this ever happen. The heart's going to be up there, man. But you're right kenley Jansen looking good. The team is thus far looking good. Really? It's Joe Kelly. That's prevented them from being on VW. Man. Thanos? Joe Kelly's aren't we signed? Remember, we got him from the enemy. He might be. He might be a rat. Okay. H E. You wanna take Sheet off? value. Sure. Sivas no TV soccer team. Oh, yeah. The belly of sea. And the scotch is the goat c. Oh, if you wanna take this thing full circle with Joe Kelly. If you really wanna you wanna take this theory in Rome with a little further l z Joe Kelly is the guy that when he was with the cardinals plunked Hanley Ramirez and broke his wrist. So this this whole thing that this was during the playoffs. This is when the dodgers lost Hanley Ramirez. Got tedious may have Chiba Sheila Jeeva chaos. Jeeva? He might be the auto. Oh, because this thing goes full circle back to that moment where he broke Hanley Ramirez ribs. I mean, he was a rookie. And at the time, I didn't think this was on purpose because Joe Kelley hadn't even pitched like a whole season. That's not something you expect a rookie to be bold enough in the playoffs to hit Hanley Ramirez with men on base like strategically. This was a terrible decision. If it was like baseball strategy decision. But if he's been slow playing this whole thing as they nose up to this moment, just like, then Ohs? Yes. But you know, what happens when he movies we tried not to use Joe Kelley Chiba yesterday. And we went to Jimmy. You know, and he's the one that was actually a messy ninth inning guys. Air was three and his Jimmy Garcia. He will. He didn't get any outs. Give two runs ahead of base on ball. It was and we had to go to Jansen consciously to put out the fire, but the winning the tying and go ahead run was on base. So we we actually still need Mr. Garcia. So let's not Kolomna rat yet. Are we actually need a Joe Kelley excuse me? It's not calm. Not yet. Maybe there's two cheetahs in his house. Here's a thing. Chiba Chiba Chiba yet. But we're gonna keep our eyes on. Oh. And speaking Chiba, you know, it is all request Wednesday and. Early this morning, and we will get into this later. Don't worry don't don't shuffle guys shuffling someone wanted to know the story behind the beef with the cheetah and how it started. And because he's new to the show and someone on Instagram I'll get his name later, but he really wants to know the beef with the with Smith Sadako. So we will we will leave that out. How much time you have. Start. Going to say there's a long show, we're saving it for thirty thirty and Brian by the way was very uncomfortable. When we talk about Jeeva because you know, how he's buddy buddy, pow pow with them. He was he was very uncomfortable. They wanna take any part of I consider George, my friend. But when I'm sitting there friend is my friends. He may not he may not know. It's not a may look he may not. But you know, what I'm gonna extend it that way. And either either way while I'm in this seat..

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"jeeva" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"jeeva" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"But he'd go into saw Agla Slovenia an old folk song done by the ladies folk singing group from Slovenia, which means the rattles and did our hurry up guy. I'm waiting for you at home. And of course, the last the last verse starts with ha ha ha so we're having a good time with the Agua in Slovenia. Some of those old old songs are kind of clever today small immediately. Late bed bull, sawn Schnitt. Neither stay put proud. Ramona's. And snake unpack boom, mealy Pasha. Leap it to the police Levinsky them through shwim dorm sock. Beat Asaki Pitic NFL. Oh, Peter Spitzer chilly severe. Arabia. The cheerio would pay to Osman suggest potential Jeeva gloss by would admit to this in through go through pity investigate Yano. I'll buco Michael George way till Janowski cheered in-laws bowed Franco's Sinatra temper, February water. Yup. February Scott Asia too. Few Leon Frank Ali Enver Edouard Ronnie, we're merely police or palooza Delia. Or today to share in the Sydney device to go Delio, Patty Candela, Jane on Sombor would stop. Well, it's really getting cold out there, but you can warm up every Friday and Sunday at the Slovenian society home in Euclid Ohio with their fish fries. Available from five to eight on Friday, and then live music from seven to ten. There is a cover charge for the music from seven to ten but this Friday could enjoy L buco, Michael George with their Italian night, and the music of the rat pack, and then the following week February first he has February's hero already. Phil Yan and Frank Barat will be performing for the fish fry at Ray her hall. There are also doing the Sunday dances in the lower hall doors opened to fifteen music from three to six and on the twenty seventh Sunday, it's Patty canned. Delo, Patty, see the guys and then later in February they'll have the Brian Pappas trio on the seventeenth. So for the Friday dances. It's a five dollar cover charge. And for the Sunday dances. Twelve dollars at the Slovenian society home on Ray her avenue in Euclid, Ohio just north of ninety easy to get to in so much fun. Once you're there. Chesapeake late up was now on sample Papillion cookie. Into your in new Hobie marketing in the sixties propel inquiry ashes and blood was a popular group sort of like the mamas and the Papas in here. We have one of their favorites. Marketing this make a mother's smile..

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"jeeva" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"jeeva" Discussed on KGO 810

"Do you think? About general Kelly. Whose last day? In his role as chief of staff is today. And when he talked about the president's Wally said, the president still says wall, oftentimes, frankly, he'll say barrier or fencing now he's tended towards steel slats. But we left a solid concrete wall early in the administration when we asked people what they needed and where they needed it. Donald Trump responded with Jeeva staff still chief of staff the wall is the wall. It's never changed revolve on the first day, I conceived it. Kennel Kelly is leaving after a seventeen month tenure. He called it. A fun crushing bone crushing hard job. He also was known to tell aids he had the worst job in the world and frequently told people that the president listened carefully because it dovetails with mcchrystal. That the president was not up to the job being president. In the Los Angeles Times interview Kelly conceded that President Trump often pressed against the legal boundaries of his role. In fact, Rex Tillerson, the former secretary of state said recently that he spent a lot of time preventing the president of the United States from breaking the law. In the Los Angeles Times interview general Kelly. This is the man who today is still the chief of staff of the president of the United States for America. General Kelly conceded that President Trump often pressed against the legal boundaries of his role. The president would ask things. Like, why can't we do it this way? Now, I have to be fair because general Kelly said the president never ordered him to do anything against the law and general Kelly said he would have quit if that had happened. And in fact, there were constant rumors that he might quit. And of course, general Kelly has made his position clear. In fact, he said fascinating thing. He suggested his tenure should be judged on the actions that Trump did not engage in. As opposed to the ones he did. You realize general Kelly has been credited by supporters was slowing or even stopping the president from a number of his impulses such as pulling out of NATO. He bluntly faulted Jeff Sessions. The former attorney general who you recall was also fired for the zero tolerance border policy that led to separation of migrant children from their parents. He said what happened was Jeff Sessions. He was the one who instituted the zero tolerance process on the border that resulted in both people being detained and the family separations. He surprised us. Four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten. I want to know what you think of general mcchrystal. I want to know what you think of general Kelly. I want to remind you of something. The president called these men. His generals. I know it's the last day of the year. I know we want to approach the new year with great optimism and upbeat note and all the rest, but how do you react to the fact? That Stanley mcchrystal. Says that he doesn't think President Trump tells the truth? And responded affirmatively when he asked whether he believes Trump is immoral. And what do you think of general Kelly's comments his parting shots? One five. Eight zero eight zero eight ten I'm John Rothman and for Ethan Bearman, let's go to Bernadette who is calling us from Sacramento Bernadette. Delighted to have you on the air. Welcome to k- geo. Thank you very much for taking my call. Mike commoner for the general for coming out with staff. Shadley the GOP covers up all of Donald Trump's lie. They don't ever say anything. And you know, if I were to turn. Oh, why would you wanna work for this, man? Anyway, I agree with that general. Why would you wanna work for him? Well, you know, the explanation the explanation general Kelly gave is and this is a man who is a true patriot. A man who loves his country. He said he took the job in order to help his country. And I understand that. I think the same thing applied to a gym Mattis. These people love the United States of America, they may have differences with the president. But they feel it by being there. They provide an element of stability are they right or are they wrong, right? What worries name, right? What worries me is? Now, they're gone. Who is there who restrain the president? How about what's his name? Libby, grams living out glam, you're talking about Senator Graham Graham, he seems to be done in one that change to come out and speak with Trump and has some kind of communication with Trump more. So than anyone else that lead hurt out that should scare the living BG Burs out of us because what you really want our people around a president who offer criticism will offer suggestions who speak up. I know that if I were president of the United States the last thing, I would want around me are. Yes, people I would want people who would come into the Oval Office and say, you know, something you're wrong, or why do you consider this as an alternative policy? We can't even get that from this president, which to me is is absolutely astounding. And of course, you know, the Donald Trump hit back at general Kelly his current chief of staff for another day. Saying he Kelly was wrong that he the president had never abandoned his plan to construct a literal wall along the us Mexico border. I was intrigued by what? Senator Graham said when he said, but the wall is a metaphor. For security. Bernadette? We're going to have an exciting year. Don't you agree? One hundred percent have a happy new year. Bernadette four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten yes, I do want to know what you think because I'm gonna tell you on a normal time. The statements by mcchrystal by Kelly would have been headlines the story and the statements by Rex Tillerson would have been headlines and the question we have to ask is why why are they not headlines today? Four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten I'm John Rothman and for Ethan Bearman, right here on.

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ICYMI: Consumer robots not hot

Talking Tech

04:39 min | 2 years ago

ICYMI: Consumer robots not hot

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Hi, Brett, console from boy spot that a I filling in for Jefferson Graham, who is on vacation. And you're listening to talking tech. Today's topic is consumer robots. It wasn't so long ago that they were destined to be the next big thing. But that optimism hasn't translated into consumer sales. The result Gebo has recently sold off for parts. You don't remember Gebo? Well, it was one of the first social robots the founder mitt robotic Cynthia Brazil was a favourite of tech media Gebo even made the cover of time magazine and twenty seventeen and was listed as one of the twenty five best inventions of the year, the nine hundred dollar robot was delayed many times and at one point had to refund the money of early crowdfunding backers, but it did come to market in late twenty seventeen the problem was it didn't sell well, or at least well enough this past summer, the company laid off staff shut down production and sold off its. But Jeeva wasn't the only robot headed to the SCR heap in two thousand eighteen another robot named curry made by division of Bosch when an invasion ward at the two thousand eighteen Consumer Electronics Show that was in January by summer the product was cancelled. So what happened however prognosticators so wrong about consumer robots or at least have been so wrong about them thus far. Well over the past four years we have seen the rise of headless robots. We know them a smart speakers like Amazon, echo and Google home, whereas g bone curry could play music answer some questions and set a timer for about eight or nine hundred dollars an Amazon echo dot or Google, many can do those same things and much more for under fifty dollars in fact on sale for under twenty five dollars. You don't really need a robot to follow you around the house if you can place a twenty five dollars smart speaker in every room. So the question for consumer robot makers is what is the rationale to own one. Animated facial expressions. Don't actually rise to the level of must have technology. So smart speakers address, many of these needs more efficiently than robots or smartphones. And some ways smart speakers can help facilitate robot adoption because the devices will help consumers become accustomed to speaking technology to get information and perform tasks that's a type of behavior change required for consumers to become comfortable with robots. However, smart speakers also perform many of the functions consumer robots hoped to provide so robots need to identify new use cases that they're uniquely designed to address and an example of this is robot vacuums you may be familiar with roomba and Neto bought vac. These are popular with consumers in part because they perform a useful function that other devices do not they also integrate with smart, speakers, invoice assistance, like Alexa, Google assistant to offer voice control. So the future of consumer robots may not be for general, purpose tasks or even. Social interaction instead single purpose. Robots are more likely to succeed in coordinate. Their activities with Alexis Siri and Google assistant each of which can inhabit any device. So you've been listening to talk and tack. I'm Brechin sell filling in for Jefferson Graham, who's on vacation this week. I invite listeners to check out voice bot that on the web where we cover the latest developments invoice assistant in AI devices in tune into my weekly podcasts voice by podcasts. Which like talking tech is available in every podcast Spotify, Stitcher, and even Amazon, Alexa. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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"jeeva" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"jeeva" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"Yes, you're right. That fundamentally different. However, they shouldn't be ups Condit and one shouldn't rain superior because we're living in a world that. That Macquarie's and understanding and invocation of both. So the way I look at it is that the world is made up of, you know, very material dense foam based experience experiences, such as, you know, we become parents it's form based we have relationships we buy houses we have caused we have careers. So everything in this form based world is about attachment to and identity identity apparent identity as high-achieving lower Jeeva fat person in person, these leibels these judgments this form based world is dense and replete with these identification 's and in order to kind of live here and be a bills and an e to food you kind of have to develop an adequate sense of self too few confident to overcome insecurities end to maneuver this this world. So that's where western psych. Kanji is important because it teaches you how to motivate yourself. How to be self and how to understand the psychological patterns that created the south end. So western psychology is good to a quote, unquote, good to its effective to allow us to live in this form this world. But it isn't enough. That's why we have eastern philosophy to teach us wisdom of how to live in this world where there is a need to institute a self. But to have the wisdom that there is no real independent, south and eastern philosophy doesn't really talk about avoiding suffering, but really teaches us how to transcend suffering and western psychology. I would say is, you know, anti-submarine. It's it's like you said it's going to everything prosthetic synthetically artificially to to avoid suffering and eastern psychology says you convoyed suffering have to learn how to transcend suffering. So the fun. Demento differences. Are that wasn't psychology is about the south succeeding in a very attachment based world success end entities are very important in this world eastern philosophy talks about the foam this aspect of your divine essence, which which is beyond attachment, which is beyond identification. It's something fog greater grander than we can ever imagine. But in order to touch that you have to learn to transcend, this idea of self as independent and truly, cultivate in awareness and mindfulness practices that teach you how to transcendent overcome the seduction 's off of very conditioned mind based on foam, so his those are the fundamental differences. I know it's hard. It's hard to explain in in in a few interviews, but. We're not gonna enlightened anyone on a podcast. But we can sure. So I think I hear you that that west western trice. Void suffering to fight suffering and eastern wants to transcend it. And yet, isn't it also true that if you just seek to transcend, this kind of confirming what you say why they're both because if you just seek to transcend suffering venue still trail your shadow with you all of the all the issues from childhood up to your present moment are still trailing you and being kind of dogging you write that some scar. That the yogis talk about end they still kinda dropped little bombs in your life in which kind of become obstacles to transcendence in. So we're western psychology comes in is to be able to translate your past into clear up the shadow self while you're in the process of transcending, and that's actually something that eastern philosophy missed. Right eastern philosophy talks about how to handle the psychology we've inherited and how to penetrate. The they psychology of those around us with a win with discernment teaches us how to recognize when someone is in the on conscious of and how to detach from that western psychology teaches us how that psychology developed and to recognize the psychological patterns not own life. So the I look at western psychology, teaching the what you know, the brass tacks tools of how did we know? What makes us us? And then eastern psychology.

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Consumer robots are dead; long live Alexa

Talking Tech

04:39 min | 2 years ago

Consumer robots are dead; long live Alexa

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Hi, Brett consult from boy spot that a I filling in for Jefferson Graham, who is on vacation. And you're listening to talking tech. Today's topic is consumer robots. It wasn't so long ago that they were destined to be the next big thing. But that optimism hasn't translated into consumer sales. The result Gebo has recently sold off for parts. You don't remember Gebo? Well, it was one of the first social robots the founder mitt robotics, Cynthia Brazil was a favourite of the tech media Gebo even made the cover of time magazine and twenty seventeen and was listed as one of the twenty five best inventions of the year, the nine hundred dollar robot was delayed many times and at one point had to refund the money of early crowdfunding backers, but it did come to market in late twenty seventeen the problem was it didn't sell well, or at least well enough this past summer, the company laid off staff shut down production and sold off its IP. But Jeeva wasn't the only robot headed to the SCR scrapheap. In two thousand eighteen another robot named curry made by division of Bosch when an invasion award at the two thousand eighteen Consumer Electronics Show that was in January by summer the product was cancelled. So what happened however prognosticators so wrong about consumer robots or at least have been so wrong about them thus far. Well over the past four years we have seen the rise of headless robots. We know them a smart speakers like, Amazon, echo and Google home. Whereas g Bowen curry could play music answer some questions and set a timer for about eight or nine hundred dollars an Amazon echo dot or Google home mini can do those same things and much more for under fifty dollars in fact on sale for under twenty five dollars. You don't really need a robot to follow you around the house if you can place a twenty five dollars smart speaker every room. So the question for consumer robot makers is what is the rationale to own one. Animated facial expressions. Don't actually rise to level of must have technology. So smart speakers address, many of these needs more efficiently than robots or smartphones. And some way smart speakers can help facilitate robot adoption because the devices will help consumers become accustomed to speaking technology to get information and perform tasks that's a type of behavior change required for consumers to become comfortable with robots. However, smart speakers also perform many of the functions consumer robots hoped to provide so robots need to identify new use cases that they're uniquely designed to address and an example of this is robot vacuums you may be familiar with roomba and nito bought vac. These are popular with consumers in part because they perform a useful function that other devices do not they also integrate with smart, speakers, invoice assistance, like Alexa, Google assistant to offer voice control. So the future of consumer robots may not be for general, purpose tasks remain social interaction instead single purpose. Robots are more likely to. Seed in coordinate their activities with Alexis Siri and Google assistant each of which can inhabit any device. So you've been listening to talk and tack. I'm Brechin sell filling in for Jefferson Graham, who's on vacation this week. I invite listeners to check out voice bot that on the web where we cover the latest developments and voice assistant in AI devices in tune into my weekly podcasts voice by podcast, which like talking tech is available on every podcast Spotify, Stitcher, and even Amazon, Alexa. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com. Got you covered they developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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"jeeva" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"jeeva" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"Yeah, crazy. That is nuts. Here is the list. That's pretty funny. Oh, my God see pretty much everywhere. South Africa kinda as advocate that does that, but there is what is there in Africa Jeeva? Fucking crazy. South Africa, mom, stralia. I've eaten at a few. They're all over South America. Looks like, except for whatever that is. Mark. Number one, that is, it's embarrassing, which one. I don't know. This one is at believes that I don't know come, but they're everywhere else while in seventh grade. It would OPA. Even those dirty Reuss keys. Through. Yeah, it's a lot. Pretty impressive stuff. Yeah, I'm really, I'm really amazed by what those think that you would think that McDonalds will be really up on that multicultural tip? You know, I just think it's funny that the manager. That was like, oh, yeah. Finally taking care of that wall now, but people are generally very unobservant. Now, let's see what happened because this is the kind of thing that that tweet went viral. They're going to figure out where that is the. The cool thing is that McDonald's could make it really cool and be like, hey, you know, we discovered that this was at this and celebrate it be like guess what poster staying up, and we're going to give you Free French fries for a year or whatever, right? Or they could be like, it's not okay to vandalism. I hope I hope they back to PR kind of manage it in a smart way. You know, nothing makes me happier than clever vandalism. No, it really. I swear it just tickles my little taint. I just love it. You know, even something small as in in school when you used to have, I don't know the textbooks anymore and you can take your racer and like erase the eyeball on somebody's picture and then draw bigger one t shit like that. And so the next kid gets your here. Talents are just erasing big Dicks. You raise the and then you draw the dick. There's a of a real estate guy at one of these, a high school right here. The poster hangs there, and they had his eyes and they cut his mouth out. He's like. It looks terrified. I feel bad for the paid for fortune, then he replace it. But it was like that. I was like, thanks a lot dick heads. Yeah, it's pretty great, but it's high school kid, you know, they're going to do something like that horse. Why don't we take a break gene? And we'll be back with our guest, Brenda, swab, Brenda think that's her name. Isn't that her name. On you may have heard of the financier, Charles Schwab. He had a daughter, Brenda who recently transition man, and he's here now, Brendan. Charles Schwab mess things up from, did you look like a man? Thanks pro. Good job. Good job. I totally believe your guy. Yeah, real quick before we get into some other stuff here. I just pulled this up from episode, four sixty one of your mom's house don't. If you could comment on this for us at all. He was. Then we started talking about how tiger tiger. Oh, no. Times, but you hear it. You had to play this for him. Please do Brennan. Shop son's name is tiger. Is now it's not. It's a great name. The nickname. Great name..

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"jeeva" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"jeeva" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"Like who's your favorite? Whose released favorite? What's going on? I mean, she's not Jeeva per se, but I love Liz. Oh, right now is a TV, Liz, Liz, Liz. A lot her. And then we watched one song of high more like we got. We got to go. You're not the first person that said that that like came after lives. Oh, and it was like, wow, that was rough transition. Liz fucking twerk would be that one of the twerk girls for big Freda back in the day before. Big free like she like will constantly be like big free to like help me out. Like in my career, she like far. Like she was like shaking her ouster, big free and now shit, love backup dancer success story. Yes, Shannon, Don. She was now Channing Tatum. Of course also what's his name? What's his face that data jaylo for so long. He's probably still a backup. We know him casper smart. Yes. We didn't have a career. He just fucked his way to the time. During that now it's a personal trainer who I gay kept boy and is gay for pay. Also. I don't know, which is true, but I heard he's, you know, where are you going all the scoop? I thought it was from you guys know who told me about. No, I don't trust actually. I'm happy that we're spreading it as gospel. This is. I think she's kind of an airhead. She found a young personal trainer, let them workout together, so good. Like she looked good. Did you hear live? I did. I went on Monday. I went last raider before. Yeah, right before Jeff. I've never seen Brittany, so like huge kind of like what I feel like I've been working my whole life job to do, and I went with Jake Wilson and that's his number one, single tour Britain looked incredible. The dance moves round fire was a two hour show. She did fix her ponytail a lot. So there was that there was a lot of the pony tail and then looking at herself at the monitor like it was grade like we called it. The big show like the talent show. Bitch got me back to listening to all this Brittany I hadn't listened to in while I've been really feeling the some stuff like there were some stu- I wish she played a little bit of lucky and sometimes, but there's no ballads. It's all like the pop mardi like my favorite Britney song is that actually have on a playlist called now. Which is it. It is. Don't let me be. Don't hold. Good ballot. I mean, God, soul cycle, Matt, and I went to a soul cycle area, Britney, soul cycle largely Britain, always like Britney, Brittany medley, and it went from like sometimes for some time, his good on the bike on the bike. It's great. And then like it, just it, just it's everything. It's all her. It's all her big cat Ariel, Padilla everybody we're giving them another plug. Yeah, go to Britney, soul cycle. Do you do cycle now? It's very fine. It's it's hard. Yeah. I have one friend who's really like drank the koolade and she keeps offering to pay if I go. So I will go with her. It's not without its not cool like people, it's like a call, but I'm like, what. When I walk in and I'm like, okay, I understand how this is lame and it's ways I understand how it's cool in its ways, but like as long as you don't fall for like exactly anything could be a Colt. If like watching a certain TV show called riverdell fans occult Holt people, they just like it feels like a little works for them. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. The reason where we were digging into the Britney being critical thing like you should be more Kirk over Britain's. We had two people who were like it sucked. Yeah, Graham story too. Zony was he did not go lightly. I watched all of that. I wrote to him on Instagram. I, I had a great time. We had great seats..

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"jeeva" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"jeeva" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Your adversary within this week? I was currently road tripping with my mom across the country. Get here right before the program started for the LA. When did that start? Because blazing were also road tripping. It might. It was August twenty something I got here August twenty second because twenty two. Oh, but we were in the middle of we probably in the middle of the country right about now. I think we're in Texas blaze somewhere to look how time. But three years ago we weren't even friends. We weren't even in LA. Then we literally, we have we even just a twinkling or I. Oh, baby cheese. He was literally to England, even make Jeeva and Jeeva was twinkle, twinkle or is DO is me driving with blazing going? People have a dog next year and he was like, please? No, please don't don't know. And then I did it anyway. Times, but so much has happened so much happy, three or inverse Serie and now we are. And now our job tells our producers, I guess, podcast producer say no, even what do we say? Even what we say. Company owners on my dad would be so proud. Truly, my mother thought this was never going to happen after I'd turned down the ideal doctor. She was like, I guess you'll never own your own company. Well, look at me now, look, mom, twenty six second. We got our trademark application today and it had like a gold seal on it. And we were just like, look, we got multiple gold seals in the mail today professional anyway. What else. He was champagne that she brought had a gold seal this okay guys go, listen back towards, and this is reason million because they're going to save his best interest to her. They could not don't don't do that. Okay. Never mind either suck. Still higher. Actually, like we talk a lot when she's around, but we don't want. She doesn't bring you gold seal. Champagne anywhere. It's all big little. Geo doesn't bring you snuggle. So forget it. God, no, giving taking from us Ono anyway. Good way to end this not weird at all. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, patriot at eighty WW de podcast, please donate. Please, please, especially since world employed. No business owners baby. No, truly because you guys don't. We can afford planes to visit you and do live shows all these great things now..

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"jeeva" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"jeeva" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Anymore why is that happening what's happening getting an echo the you said you were last time caller didn't you know yeah okay all right go ahead to two simple request one quick playing recordings of ruth ginsburg and get to the office and you know now going to air out or something yeah yeah the other is with our great american actors i mean where would they be today transgenders the hadn't been for great transgender actors like wesley snipes and patrick swayze thank you all that stuff right right before that back in the fifties and sixties or greatest american indian actors would have been you know charles bronson chuck connors wouldn't know anything about jeronimos a david hasn't been for qatar tried to get into acting you know yeah he did boy that was a different time it was can get away with that stuff no not even close xcharles charles per shit jeeva close james in texas here on the glenn beck program i had a kind of a question tying into book trump's cisco earlier about the you know finding jobs in the comedy skilled people but also the immigration debate i don't really understand fundamentally how democrats can be against trump's bear based approach when america based approach would likely lead to greater amounts of of south american immigrants and so on and so forth and the reason is that i was a a business professor i may go back being visit professor in the future but i used to tell my students on the first day class i'd say how many of you expect to make thirty thousand right out of college no longer then forty fifty you know you start seeing hands pop up and i'd be like well you know you're living fairy tale land because you're not going to get that right now but how'd you gonna learn to become a welder or learned a plum or something like that and learn a skill that nobody currently has diminishing resource in our community the demand seventy eight thousand which is like the starting salary of a welder right out of school was seventy eight thousand dollars well a marketing person they start out at twenty seven you know and it's because everybody has now you know get a college degree and democrats are pounding the table fifteen dollars an hour minimum wage everybody gets free college and everything else will yeah we're never going to have any of those traits learned anymore you know it's all about you know what do people think and blah blah blah and let's learn how to do for my case let's learn how to do creative ads and everything else i'd be like nobody does that anymore people need something solved and you don't have that skill and that's why you know you'll hear so many people from south america they're hard workers and they compare and they work their butts off well if we had base approach and they had those skills they'd be flowing in and having immediate jobs in this economy but for some reason they want to have open borders sit everybody to college and then have this skills gap were nobody can take care of themselves and the just turn around.

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"jeeva" Discussed on Pop Culture Palate

Pop Culture Palate

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"jeeva" Discussed on Pop Culture Palate

"It for the housekeeping let's move on with the show what do you say yes awesome so we've actually been i've been holding onto this for for a couple of weeks now because stephanie put this under the news which this came out a few weeks ago and i can't wait for ralph breaks the internet agreed reckitt route a love it i have concerned why what are your concerns volley the entire thing looks like synergy the movie jeeva moving what do you know so synergy is when multiple different arms of the same company are working for a the same goal in this case seventy five percent of the trailer was our advertise their disney disney properties yeah yeah ben ralph wreck it ralph sort of breaks that fourth wall though the internet but it just it just seemed a little that was for you stephanie interesting the little odd to me i really enjoyed the trailer but you know after i thought about it for a while i'm like wait a minute now that was the star wars commercial disney princesses commercial a own my disney commercial what did i just watch not only that but there's so much advertising in which i mean as expected but isn't expected i think i kind of grew with you maury they might be trying to put too much into this one maybe we might be seeing a small part of it like maybe able in around all the stuff maybe we're just seeing the main location for all of these things and hopefully it will center around a couple of main characters like the first one yeah maybe they focused on what the disney stuff that's in there just for the trailer and the acura novi itself has a lot of other stuff in there and that's what i'm hoping as well you know that it's not showing their whole hand yeah but it just screamed to me i wish they would've showed me something else you know just a little bit of something that wasn't disney related well you know i think record ralph did well but i don't think it did as well as it could have in by saying that i mean maybe the reason they did what did the trailer the way they did was to get in the disney people that weren't really into wreck it ralph the first time around ralph did well people don't the thing is disney movies are surprising when it comes to how much money they're making light for example do you know what the what movie held the number one spot for more weeks at the end of two thousand seventeen beginning in two thousand eight i gotta think of movies now i don't know cocoa coco now think about it how much how much did people actually even talk about coca back when it first came out there very little.

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"jeeva" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"jeeva" Discussed on WTVN

"I just laughed thinking about it and they're trying to normalize it i mean not comedy abortion according to to jeeva the idea started ten years ago when she got pregnant and had an abortion which is so funny every good comedy series starts with that storyline writing while at the abortion clinic she observed a woman talking about you know all of the abortions that she had had and jeeva says looking back i think i was really judgy you know i was thinking oh you're a monster but remember in progressive progressivism judgy nece is one of the seven deadly sins if it goes against the people who are making the doctrine being judgy judgy is strictly forbidden unless it's somebody who doesn't share your view about something like abortion then you can be as judgy as you want now the show is fictional but each episode code oh man each episode think cows think cows they're funny abortion a scream each episode is based on real women's experiences about when they went and had an abortion win yes including the abortion story of the show's co creator so jeeva and catch jeevan catch jeevan catch that's a show in and of itself say their goal it's just to make people laugh and you should people shouldn't take hidden conservative conspiracy messages they actually say their goal i'm quoting is to normalize abortion and change the conversation around it like the way will and grace allowed audiences to feel like they had a gay friend ironically this abortion comedy series is available exclusively on facebook now the reason why i say that's ironic is because facebook just shut down abortion related ads in ireland because they didn't want to unfairly influence the abortion referendum there but in the meantime hey don't miss another episode of via border.

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"jeeva" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"jeeva" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Yes and justin morrow who came in as a sub for for toronto fc but sodas jeeva sheba's now regaining due to suspension cutler's starting goalkeeper jd parada who is the captain of the team at nine this who's the starting left back so they're getting healthier the promise of toronto is yes they can score goals but can they keep this very dynamic very vertical fast transition team of cheetahs from scoring goals at home that's the issue chiba is a is a very good plane football team they just struggle in front of goal that's been that's been their mo all year is a crate chance after chance after chance but they can't finish well they've finished versus toronto now toronto they didn't finish they created plenty of opportunities walk away from that game with a two three goal cushion and ineffectiveness in front of net whether it was josie outdoor whether sebastian giovinco whether it was markelle gala whether it was jonathan sawyer even though jonathan royal scored a goal that ineffectiveness in front of the cheetah's goal oh may loom large this second leg so if you're toronto the prom for toronto if you're trying to is you have to go in to style you akron is this is now in mexico where you are winless in six games and comcast competition and not only do you need to win but you need to win multiple goals and make sure that sheba's doesn't get multiple goals it's a tall tall task cheetahs had a horrendous calendar year they won the double the cup go by monkeys and the guy make us trophy and after that go on for two consecutive no playoff appearances they're one of the worst teams in the league if they had traditional relegation settings they would be endanger of being relegated they have a belief seven wins in thirty something games.

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"jeeva" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"jeeva" Discussed on Double Toasted

"He was not that hard to get a contact with us in the email about that goofy he just go to kate kumons at jeeva dot com again casey edgy moda com put this guy by the phone number near as well so we can call your ass lob on air now people like i say this ad shit real quick because i know how much you hate it over the dt merge dot com just type in dt merge like merchandise dot com to find a whole but stuff there we've got phone covers backpacks t shirts and we got coming from our fans or are toast is i hate calling fans toasties out there who like to do some who are amazing artists out there we had remiss and kiki last year with the cosmic daniels last month not last year the cosmic day yell shirt and then we have this month misde asia doodles was incredible work not only just for our shirts but just incredible artwork period go check out deja lynyrd or data doodles on instagram she has some great work there again you've seen the dow's at times i've wore the days shirt on tuesday oh so you know what it looks like on on one of those those greek bodies those greek statue bodies these lovely double toasted bodies one of these this this fall is no no stretch marks note no say light anywhere lawless this rawlins again go check out merch dot com and look at all the stuff we have their come and see us in chicago june thirtieth yes that is very soon about two months away we will be in chicago hanging out with you guys thirty five bucks again is over at party dot com on the information is there make sure you get your ticket they are thirty five dollars but promise you was going to be a full week in a fun for you guys and we can't wait to see you in chicago and i still need to get some delicious of deep dish pizza and i've i've never been to chicago so i wanna get some some like who's got the best pizza i know like yoyou can't go to this but you've gotta go to gino's ease that you gotta go to own owes you gotta go to this but yala chicagoans or chicago ins let me know what the deep dish businesses at their y'all just pull.

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