35 Burst results for "Jin"
Brushing Off Criticism, China’s Xi Calls Policies in Xinjiang ‘Totally Correct’
"China's leader, She Jinping has said his government's policies in Xinjiang which have drawn worldwide criticism are completely correct must continue for a long time. He said They had laid the foundations for lasting peace and
Evergrande bond trading halted on reports of cash crunch
"Extremely volatile session in the company's shares. We got reports of developers fearing a cash crunch. Let's bring in China Markets co anchor David English, David Get us up to speed with the story. It is a fast paced, developing one. Certainly we've had news in the last hour. Absolutely absolutely. And in fact, I'm just looking at just the shares right now. And we have about 30 40 minutes left before we entered a lunch break here in Hong Kong. We It probably fell yesterday. It fell at the open, then erase all those losses and traded higher and as we speak, it's not a raise. As much as what I think a 7% game. I mentioned it earlier when I was speaking with Yvonne and Tom. There's a lot of ifs in the story, and certainly it depends where you go and how this develops and could well be have massive market implications. That could mean one option or one scenario, or it also could be the world's Biggest nothing burger, really, if it does avarice that cash crunch But again there lots of there's a lot of uncertainty right now, which, I guess partly explains one to move in the equity market and second. More importantly, the pressure that has been consistent In the bond markets where you have, say 24 and five year bonds of the company that owns the local bonds, for example, maturing 2023 2024 falling as much as 20% last I checked in Shanghai. And have been have been halted, in fact, for about 30 minutes, But that was as of about an hour ago, so they should be trading right now, But it's it's precisely Rish and has how you would expect something like this to play out in the market. To a lesser extent in the equity markets, But the money's as they mentioned are continuing to be under pressure. We're trading over 90 yesterday were roughly in the mid seventies right now. Dave. It does seem like investors, a mauling the implications of this I mean, take a look at the stocks. You know, in the money in losses back and forth. What sparked this in the first place? What's this warning coming from the company? So it was. It was a letter that the company on it was a letter, dated about a month ago and it was from the company was sent to the Guandong government and essentially outlining If you will, the worst a really bad scenario. I wouldn't see worse case a really bad scenario in which if if they don't manage to get support for restructuring and part of that restructuring with then see, perhaps, or possibly see Them getting a listing in Shin Jin. If they don't get back, they're up against a deadline. January 31st, and that's when strategic investors may bow out. If that doesn't get extended, then it's this cash crunch $19 billion, as much as that. And to put that into context, size and scope. That's over 90% of their cash and cash equivalents. Not they're not. They're total assets but cash, but in other words, it's a sizable portion that they have to face. Not. The company's also come out separately with a statement responding to certain things that name seen on social media, and I'm going to read that just so I could be very, very precise here that the relevant documents and pictures Are fabricated as pure and are pure defamation, causing serious damage to the company's reputations. That's two sides of the story is an ongoing and developing one. As you would imagine.
China Pledges to Be Carbon Neutral by 2060
"It intends to become carbon neutral by 2060 and signal higher spending on green technology in the next five years. Donald Trump before the U. N. Blames China for the global pandemic and urges punitive measures. China's President Xi Jinping says he issues should not be politicized and says science should be followed, pointing to the W H O Britain has
Trump Tells UN to Hold China Accountable for Coronavirus
"The. Chinese government and the World Health Organization which is virtually controlled by China falsely declared that there was no evidence of human to human transmission. Later. They falsely said people without symptoms would not spread the disease the United Nations, but it's hold China accountable for their actions. Following, shortly after trump in in the program was President Xi Jinping who both the UN and Davos has long extolled the virtues of globalization and he said that is to blame. covid nineteen reminds us that we're living in an interconnected global village whether Coleman stake. All countries are closely connected on we share a common future. No country game from others, difficulties, or maintain stability by taking advantage of others trumpeters. Do. Countries also went toe to toe to the extent that you can and prerecorded barbs on climate president she extolled China's leadership position in the Paris. Agreement after the US had withdrawn president trump said even without being in that agreement, it has the best carbon emissions record of any of the countries in that agreement. But Melissa, notably missing which we always get at the U.. Are the cuts shots of the audience members. So you understand a little bit more about how speeches are being received because we didn't get that this year. It's hard to know exactly how some of those remarks landed. But certainly, as I mentioned before, no punches were held
UN diplomacy goes impersonal, but what’s lost along the way?
"The U. N.'s first virtual meeting of world leaders lines up pre recorded speeches with some of the planet's biggest powers kept at home by the corona virus pandemic that will likely be a dominant theme after the video gathering among those expected to speak on president Donald Trump I'm instills Chaya Bolsonaro whose countries have reported the highest and second highest coronavirus death tolls respectively also on deck our president xi jin ping of China where the virus originated I'm president Vladimir Putin of Russia which is raised international eyebrows with its rapid vaccine development this year the platform is online and there's a pressing new priorities in the pandemic that has killed over nine hundred sixty thousand people worldwide I'm Charles in the past month
China sentences Ren Zhiqiang, tycoon who criticized Xi, to 18 years in prison
"The former property tycoon to a lengthy jail turn for corruption run. Jae Young, an outspoken critic of President Xi Jinping, was once a prominent member of the ruling Chinese Communist Party. From Beijing. Stephen McDonald reports. The man known here as big Cannon for his outspoken criticism of China's leadership, has been sentenced to 18 years in prison. According to court documents. Renji Chung, the former chairman of state owned property developer Hawaiian Group confessed to crimes of corruption, bribery and embezzlement. Why the China analysts have seen this as a way of silencing a once powerful critic of Communist Party General Secretary Shi Jin ping. Ren disappeared from public life in March after writing an essay, which slammed she Jinping's management of the Corona virus. The British Prime Minister
Arizona reports a high 1,753 new COVID-19 cases as health department includes antigen diagnostic tests
"Virus in Arizona, a big jump in Arizona's Corona virus cases today 1753 new cases. 38 new deaths. The state reports more than 23,000 diagnostic tests, which include Auntie Gin tests from months ago. How many of today's Corona virus cases are from the new androgen test? A little bit under 600? And that's nearly a third of today's case is state health director Keira Crist explains why the state is now adding anti Jin test to the total diagnostic test results. These are new tests that were recently approved by the FDA. They're very similar to the rapid flu or the rapid strep test that you might get in a doctor's office. We have added that to our case definition as a probable cases expect higher case counts for the next several days.
Arizona reports a high 1,753 new COVID-19 cases as health department includes antigen diagnostic tests
"Corona virus numbers look much higher today than they have the past few weeks. But don't worry, it's not necessarily a bad thing. The Health Department started adding cases that came from a new type of test called the Anti Jin Test. Which can tell you if you have the virus currently,
Breaking down Apple Watch, iPad, Oculus Quest 2 and Facebook glasses
"There is a rush of new check parks that are coming out and at the center of all his madness is Scott Stein see that's editor at an amateur magician Scott. It's been a while since I've done magic been too busy. It has been a busy time. Why don't we start with apple since you've got your hands on repression on some of these out this morning let's start with the eighth Jan IPAD, which essentially it's the same device probably a little bit faster low smarter for three hundred, twenty, nine bucks. So what what is of? Note, the new Eighth Gen IPAD. Well, the one thing that's interesting is everyone's waiting seemingly for the IPAD air, which is the fancier looking wine that's coming in October, which apple does sometimes they stagger the releases and the good news is that the Eighth Gen pad is basically the twenty nineteen ipad air. The one that last year was the middle ipad had an eight twelve processor. Processor is in the eighth bad. Now, if you can keep track of all that so just means that you're getting a really good IPAD for pretty low price. Everything else about it is the same there's not much to save their. It uses the I Jin Apple ipad accessories. So uses the old pencil that sticks in the lightning port and it uses older keyboard cases not the keyboard such a little frustrating and has lightning instead of USB. But I mean. Whatever it's a very, very solid product just did my toes and using it But I think it really the fact that I was recommending the IPAD air a few months ago as the go-to one, the old one. Makes me really recommend this one now and we'll see how the IPAD air fancier one does. But that starts at six hundred dollars it's not cheap. So I think it'll be interesting to see whether that feels. Yeah. It was breakdown the IPAD air because that is you have it yet it doesn't come out until October. This is it runs on this eight, fourteen chip. I think there's some confusion about whether or not. This was actually faster than the IPAD pro is this. Pro. Ron Eight twelve Z and if you just looking from numbers, you're like well. Fourteen is better than twelve, right. So what are some context here? It's two digits higher. This sounds very promising, but then you've got a letter on the other one. It's totally confusing like apple has not really clarified it too much. Technically, it sounds like based on their their wording on this. The IPAD PRO is still the fastest ipad and the the thing about the X. chips is they had a lot more cores in graphics. So they're they're beefed up on the kind of the back end, and that could definitely make a difference The fourteen is a totally new chip like apple usually they put that on the next on and they most likely will. But now it's I on the IPAD air, and for all we know the air is GonNa come out at the same time the iphones we don't even know I mean, it's October released. So the IPAD air per-performance as a total unknown, it's supposed to be faster than the twelve, but that's not a surprise. It would not surprise me that some of the graphics video stuff might still be better on the. IPAD pro. But that one was not really a big performance bump this year over the twenty eighteen model. So Shrug so. Once price because you mentioned it's one hundred dollars more than last year's model. Does that change the calculation for that? That air like is this now is this too expensive six hundred dollars is not cheap and I think that it depends if you're thinking about getting an ipad pro and then you go oh, this one's a little less that sounds great. Sure it is but it is not cheap ipad scenes and you know really how much you GonNa Pylon to it the accessories start getting really expensive in any any of these things the more you start using them. You probably want the Pencil, which is a hundred dollars, hundred something dollars you probably WanNa keyboard case, the magic keyboard is. Basically. Three hundred dollars. You know it's it's you're pushing thousand dollars for the configuration with also with storage because the IPAD air starts with sixty four gigs of storage. Is. Borderline passable but it's not if you're going to be using this for any serious stuff and it's not upgradable. So and that's the same thing for the entry level IPAD three thousand nine is kind of a phantom price. That's a thirty two gig of storage. I would definitely say get the four, twenty, nine with one, twenty, eight. Because thirty two gigabytes you're going to run out of space like instantly. So I think that's just one of those things that gets you in the door and then suddenly you're paying more so I do think apple incrementally does price games all the time that these things I think that. It's going to seem nice for the air if you were considering getting a pro.
"jin" Discussed on The Archive Project
"Here to talk about in for very briefly I know you're GonNa love this. Is during World War Two. President Franklin D Roosevelt a Democratic president. Signed Executive Order nine zero, six six. And three, thousand, six, hundred, seventy, six people of Japanese descent. Were gathered. In what was called then? The Pacific International Livestock Exposition. And the Pacific International Livestock Exposition was a very large place and it was created in order to show livestock and to grade livestock and to trade livestock. Today that place is called the Portland Expo Center. And it's only about six miles away. In between the months of May through September nineteen, forty to. The government processed. And by processed it means. It brought people of Japanese ancestry. And about seventy percent in terms of federal number of the one, hundred, ten thousand Japanese. People or people of Japanese descent seventy percent of the hundred and ten thousand were actually American citizens. And in Portland. Three thousand six, hundred, seventy, six were brought to the Portland Expo Center. And they were confined their informer animal corrals. And they were stationed there. And then later on they were sent by train to internment camps and they lost their property, their friends and their way of life. General John Dewitt who was known for his stance against the Japanese in this country or people of Japanese descent. He said Portland was the first. JAP Free City on the West. coast. Now why do I say this? It is not to endear myself to you clearly. I, say this because I want the high school students to know that it has gotten better. and. We can talk about it in this country. And that I'm allowed to talk about it without getting into trouble. In this is a value that most precious to all of us for those of us who believe in democracy. And then although I am an independent person. And although I am a Democrat I can talk about a Democratic president who atrocious things in this is a value that I really want to share with the high school students. You're here because you were kind enough to read Pachinko. And I thought that I would talk a little bit about the formation of my career and it really began in high school. When I was in high school over three decades ago. Two things happen to me, which separated me from my peers. I. I fell in love with a novels of the American writer Sinclair Lewis. Who wrote among many many many other books he wrote main. Street. My favorite aerosmith Babbitt and very timely novel today it can't happen here. Second I donated blood to the American Red Cross and I learned that I was at chronic hepatitis B carrier. So, consequently, as girl I learned two really important things about me. I admired great old fiction that none of my friends read and I carried an illness in my body communicable through blood and sex and through childbirth. So. About Sinclair Lewis. He was a doctor son and he was the third son and his father didn't like him. He was skinny any suffer from terrible acne. He was very odd and he had few friends. So of course identified with him. Because I was tall and I was odd in I didn't have any friends. Anyway, he went to Yale College. So I wanted to go to. Yell. College. Because he had gone there. And I applied. In somehow I got in. And I know this sounds crazy. But when I got there I sort of expected him to be there. He was not. Because he had graduated in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight. Anyway. Even though I loved fiction so much that I chose a college based upon my favorite writer at the time. I knew I would major in economics. Because the seem like a sound thing to do when you grow up in Elmhurst. Queens and your parents work for six days a week in a tiny little store in Manhattan that was under heated and had rats in the basement. If you wanted to go to the bathroom. You'd have to. Stamp. And the rats would just look at you. Like. This is my house. That's how rats talk in New York I didn't WanNa work in that store when I graduated from. College. So My, freshman year. I took macroeconomics. And I learned that I can't read graphs. At all. Like I have no idea why you have a relationship between guns and butter. So I, considered you know maybe history because that's sounded serious. And just considered that well, just a bunch of true.
"jin" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"First one you love broke your heart Like strong. I was sound asleep. You did it all but my heart's in my hand. I want to give it to you. But your heart's lock stone and I can't reach you hard and let me come in. Jenny Jin Jin. You know the big bad wolf. You don't need me now, Then I'll speak a would ever be asleep. Osama Melinda Pumping like the others do a big bad wolf. Well, then I'm becoming much any tension. You know. I love you and all your heart and let me come in my Jin Jin Jin, you know What a cool jam. I'm not the big bad wolf. I'm just little boy Blue. I probably won't do that again. But, yeah, I'm getting loopy, and it's late. At night, and I am at home pre recording this show for y'all. So you can't call in and talk to a live person at the party right now, But you can leave messages on the back to the country Facebook page and we will respond to you and thank you for listening for sure. Before Minnesota. Marv's doing.
'Mighty mice' stay musclebound in space, boon for astronauts
"An update on some muscular mice who spent a month on the international space station. NPR's John Hamilton reports that these mouse tre knots were part of an experiment that may show how humans can stay strong during interplanetary voyages. Without Earth's gravity, muscles and bones could get weak fast. So astronauts on the space station spend two hours a day exercising. Back in April. Jessica mere, Andrew Morgan even made a weightless workout video. This next exercise is cardiovascular exercise with T two treadmill to Bundy's. My Artists are holding me against the treadmill. Pretty fun to have an extra spring in your step. Intense exercise reduces bone and muscle laws but doesn't stop it, and that's a problem if you're headed for, say, Mars. So in December, researchers set some very special mice into orbit. Some of the mice were just along for the ride. Others got injections of a drug that in activates two substances that occur naturally in the body. They're called myostatin and active in a and normally their job is to limit the growth of muscle and bone. Dr Se Jin Lee of the Jackson Laboratory says when they reached the space station, all the mice got lots of exercise. Once they get up there, they've become very active, and in fact, they have a name for race tracking because they're you know, running around quite a bit. After a month in orbit, the mice splashed down off the California coast and were rushed to a lab in San Diego. Lee says normal mice that did not receive any treatment lost more than 10% of their muscle mass. And he says bone loss was an even bigger problem. They lost a substantial not a bone in space. And then even after being on Earth. They actually continue to lose a little bit more bone mass. Lee says the mice that got the drug did much better. The drug was effective, not just in preserving the mussel mess and bone mess that was being lost. But actually caused the muscles and bones to grow. The drug also reversed muscle and bone loss in mice that got it after they return to Earth. Dr. Emily Jermain Lee of the University of Connecticut, says a human version of the drug could help both astronauts in space and millions of people on Earth. That would be a miracle. For a person, either with primary bone disease, primary muscle disease or a combination. But Jermain Lee, who is married to Se Jin Lee cautions that so far the treatment has on Lee worked in mice. They had a phenomenal response to the drug without apparently any bad side effects. That's Not necessarily something that we could extrapolated to humans, but she's hopeful and says experiments on people are underway. The research appears in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
WOMEN SUFFER TOO
"What was I saying? From far away as in a delirium. I heard my own voice calling someone Dorothy. Talking of dress shops sub jobs. The words came clearer. The sound of my own voice frightened me as it came closer and suddenly there I was talking of not what to someone I'd never seen before this very moment. Abruptly, stop speaking. Where was I? I'd wake up in strange rooms before fully dressed on a bed or couch I'd wake up in my own room in or on my own bed not knowing what are our day was afraid to ask. But this was different. This time I seem to be already awake sitting upright in a big easy chair in the middle of an animated conversation with a perfectly strange young woman who didn't appear to think it strange. She was chatting on pleasantly uncomfortably. Terrified I looked around I was in a large dark, rather poorly furnished room the living room of a basement flat. Cold chills started chasing up and down my spine. My teeth were chattering my hands were shaking. So I took them under me to keep them from flying away. My fright was real enough but it didn't account for these violent reactions. I knew what they were. Right a drink would fix them. It must have been a long time since I had my last drink. But I didn't dare ask the stranger for one I must get out of here. In any case in any case I must get out of here before I let slip my abysmal ignorance of how I came to be here and she realized that I was stark staring mad I was mad I must be. The shakes grew worse and I looked at my watch six o'clock. It had been one o'clock when I last remembered looking. I'd been sitting comfortably in a restaurant with Rita drinking my sixth Martinian hoping the waiter would forget about the lunch order at least long enough for me to have a couple more, I'd only had two with her but I, managed four in the fifteen minutes I'd waited for her, and of course, I'd had the usual unaccounted swigs from the bottle as I painfully got up and did my slow spasmodic dressing. In fact, I have been in very good shape at one o'clock feeling no pain what could have happened. That had been in the center of New York on noisy forty second street. This was obviously a quiet residential section. Why had dorothy brought me here who was she? How I had? I met her I had no answers and I dared not ask she gave no sign of recognizing anything wrong. But what had I been doing for those lost five hours my brain world I might have done terrible things and I wouldn't even know it. Somehow I got out of there and walked five blocks pass brownstone houses. There wasn't a bar in sight, but I found the subway station, the name on it was unfamiliar and I had to ask the way grand central. It took three quarters of an hour and two changes to get their backed my starting point. I had been in the remote reaches of Brooklyn. That night I got very drunk which was usual but I remembered everything which was very unusual. I remembered going through what my sister assured. Me was my nightly procedure of trying to find. Willie, Seabrook's name in the telephone book. I remembered my allow resolution to find him and ask him to help me get into that asylum he had written about. I remembered asserting that I was going to do something about this that I couldn't go on. Remembered looking longingly at the window as an easier solution and shuddering at the memory of that other window three years before and the six agonizing months in a London. Hospital. Ward. I remember filling the peroxide bottle in my medicine chest with Jin. In case my sister found the bottle I hid under the mattress.
Michael Malone -- Shame on NBA for not allowing coaches' families in bubble
"Nuggets coach Mike Malone went after the NBA, on Friday, calling their policy of not allowing coaches to bring family into the bubble quo criminal in nature. So you're speaking to reporters ahead of game two and Malone answered a different question about the bubble by saying, he needed to get something off of his chest. So let's play the clip is day number sixty and and the reason I bring that up is because The players have their families here, which which they deserve, which is the right thing to do. Referees are allowed to being one guest, which is great for the referees. The coaches, the coaches are not allowed to bring anybody. I say shame on you NBA. This is crazy. I. Miss My family and I think I speak for me speak for my coaches and probably all the coaches down here sixty days and not having access and not being granted the privileged to have my family come here to me is criminal in nature and that shouldn't be Jin at all so I want to get that off my chest. So. Nuggets coach Mike Malone very upset there I know some other coaches sort of a you know had his back with these comments. Tasks way. What do you think is Malone overreacting is fair. What's your opinion? Well, let's just clear this scenario here just to make sure everybody's got it. Straight the players didn't have their families until this round either so they went. Fifty fifty five sixty days without seeing their families either and thinking back. I. It's Kinda surprising that they didn't demand that from the beginning or or at least a lot earlier right. So other twenty, two teams that came down there. Now, there's only eight fourteen of the teams didn't see their families whatsoever but now to to Michael Malone's part of it because it is surprising that. The players are allowed. So about fifteen of the thirty five people that come with each organization, the fifteen players get their families to come with them but the other twenty don't, and that's surprising a really surprising that I I didn't know the referee ruled that the refusal. To know that at all, I'm not sure win that took place if if that was from the beginning or what, but it would make sense for the coaches to have somebody a significant other possibly there are there are probably they're older as well most of these coaches. So a lot of them probably don't have little kids that would wanna be down the bubble, but significant other would make sense and and I'm just surprised looking back. We didn't go. We talked about the hundred and thirty five page manual over and over and over again in the months of April and May and June while this was happening. And all the rules and know we weren't really up in arms about it because we know it's a players league and they get first crack at everything about looking back. Yeah. It would be make sense not just for the coaches and the party to have somebody there but the players as well from the beginning and. I don't I'm not I'm not gonna get nickel and dime in think this hotel room is gonNa cost much I. Know It's costing the the NBA A lot, but they can afford to put up. Or even. An older these coaches are older may not even cost them another hotel room they could just be in the same hotel. Now I'm nickel and diming make sense that have their families there at least. One or two people they don't have to have a cousin Joe and cousin bill come on but at least their their their nuclear core family. That would that would make sense. So I'm with I Echo I echo coach Michael Malone. Salon couple months, but they probably should have had it for the whole time and not even now? Well, no, you can't say I don't think we can say they everybody should have had it from the whole from the jump from the start because we let's try and remember like months ago how insane like this ideal even was and whether it was even going to work and we were pretty convinced the more people you try to add into the bubble, the less likely it is going to be successful. So that meets sense like I'm sorry guys you are going to be away from your. Family's players included I. Think we're the frustration is coming from with the coaches and I think rightfully is it sounded like the NBA at the time when they're making the manual going through all the logistics and say, okay, well, the players like you know if they're here the playoffs, they can bring people down coaches. We don't WanNa lock that in right now because we're not convinced this whole experiments going to work this whole campus things going to work, but we will revisit it. That's what it sounded like they sort of said to them they didn't say no, you never see your family again. You want coach come down here and your coaching. It sounded like, yeah, that might be a possibility. We'll put that on the side burner and then we'll revisit that and now we're at the point to revisiting it and they have decided that they're not going to do it and it sort of probably you're a coach down there going look this is working. This is a safe you know why can't we now the coaches that remain here with now opening up of rooms and stuff like that I think. That's a fair like frustration if I was a coach.
Interview with Kim Jent, director of the Mississippi Housing Institute
"You to Liz and Lisa and thank you to Kim Jin the executive director for the Mississippi Housing Institute for joining us this morning the Mississippi housing. Institute, is an Appre, an approved provider of education for the Mississippi State, Board of contractors and offers both online and classroom courses to keep contractors. Certified. Good. Morning. Good Morning. Harry. You I'm doing fine I. Really appreciate you taking the time to join our show this morning for those who may not be familiar with them Mississippi Housing Institute image. Just. Give us a brief overview of what the organization is in what you guys do. Okay well, basically where the Education for Home Builder's Association but So I provide education for all the builders remodelers. Now, with that being said, we also provide that for any builder or remodeler across state whether they're a member of homebuilders were not We have online like you talked about and We also have classroom. Now with Kobe, you know we've had limited classroom type of courses, but we definitely have. The online that people can go to the two that are having to renew their license if they got their license, after July, two thousand fifteen, they have to have two hours of c credit, and then the other thing we do, we have a designation program where builders and remodelers can become a certified professional builder remodeler and that's just they are licensed. They do four hours of ce every year they have their insurance. Anyway they are. The type of contractor you WANNA hire. It's a, it's a job. It's just add to that We are both CB and remodeler classifications, we might company has both and. It's just a upgraded classification. You know when we talk about, where do you go to hire a qualified contractor? That's that's another way to find out is this company reputable cannot trust them? Are they going to be here tomorrow if that's the type quality that you get when you hire a CPA. Go to you. On was we have we have each of our each of our certified professional builders. remodelers have their own page on the website and you can search by Zip Code. Now, with that being said, like you're in a rural area, you may have to go listen popular bill. You may have to go to Hattiesburg the coast you know put one of those codes or may not be one specific in that area but somebody by which you can go in search or by ZIP code or by specific names and kind of look at their profiles and see. Pick your your builder remodel from there. Oakland the website, the P. B. M. S. dot com C., p. b., M. S. dot com. S. correct because we because we always are you know the diy spirit of want you to get out there and do it yourself if if he can. But like Jeff Pan both know if we don't feel that you should handle it on your own, we want you to get certify people and this is another resource. C. P. B. M. S. dot com along with I. Guess One of your partners, the M. S. B. O. C. Dot U. S. The Mississippi State Board of contractors you are the education arm. For the Mississippi State border countries create. Net Net an forehand builder's Association. Okay. Factors we do work with because they. They are the ones that license and require you know education's for these builders and remodelers knocking this too I Kim this to teacher certifications as you can become a certified teacher. But then as a thing because call board-certified where you'll be kind of you have the distinction with your certification and you have to continue your credits and this is the same thing as you say with contractors with the credits in stand up today with the different policies and guidelines correct. That is correct and I'll just mention to like what you're talking about the storm you. Not Hiring just any. Anybody off the street you know if they're storm damage and you're looking for somebody, these are the type of people you want to hire. You know because don't take money upfront from these builders and you know because they. I'm talking about the ones off the stream not talking about the certify the certified professional builders do know are are legit and they're gonNA take care of you and they're going to be you're probably going on wait lists with these guys so. Anyway just if you're looking for even for the storm there,
COVID-19 antibodies may last for at least 4 months, Icelandic study suggests
"A new medical study shows that anybody's produced by the body against the Corona virus keep fighting for months. The study was conducted on more than 30,000 people. In Iceland. It finds the antibodies people produce last for at least four months. The finding means that vaccine developers may be able to focus on remedies that stimulate antibody production, which could lead to immunity from the virus. What researchers with an Icelandic based branch of American biotech company Am Jin do not know right now is whether having cove it protects you from the virus in the future. The study and the summary of it is published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
US refuses to join international COVID-19 vaccine effort
"I'm Anthony Davis. The trump administration announced that it would not take part in an international effort to test, produce and distribute approval nineteen vaccine despite the obvious benefit that would serve to public health in the United States and the clear electoral benefit it would provide for a president desperate to project to sense of pre pandemic normalcy as is the case for so many current presidential decisions the choice to opt out of. The high profile vaccine search appears to be driven by personal grievance. Trump will not allocate US resources toward the effort because of the involvement of the World Health Organization the respected group he has used as a scapegoat to deflect attention from his failure to respond to the corona virus. A White House spokesperson said, we will not be constrained by multilateral organizations influenced by the corrupt World Health Organization and China. Thus the United States will not be involved with the covid Nineteen Vaccine Global Access Research Facility which will have over one hundred and seventy countries collaborating to develop a vaccine and distribute doses to high risk groups worldwide. The downside for the United States is immediately apparent if the international effort proves early success and the US version does not the country will face a gap time in which Americans will die as more collaborative parties reap the benefits but the American decision to bail will also impact the Kovac. Strive. The idea behind Kovacs is to discourage hoarding and focus on vaccinating high risk people in every country I without. The aid of the world's largest economy. It's possible that more defectors will emerge with the vaccine push being turned into a race with real winners and loses similar to the bidding war trump instigated with states bidding against each other for P. P. ultimately driving up the price since the beginning of pandemic, the president has accused the W. H. O. of taking a deferential approach to China but such a charge may be a simple projection as he also thanked President Xi. Jinping. In January for keeping the virus control, he then ignored the WHO's
Pandemic brings hard times for farmers, worsening hunger
"United Nations report at an upcoming conference focused on How the pandemic has brought hard times for many farmers and endangered food security. For millions of people. The U. N is brainstorming ways to help alleviate hunger and prevent the problems from worsening in the Asia Pacific region, a challenge made doubly difficult by the loss off many millions of jobs due to the crisis. Experts forecast the number of undernourished people will increase by up to 132 million this year, while the number of acutely malnourished Children will rise by 6.7 million worldwide due to the pandemic. The UN's Jeon Jin, Kim says. We must come to terms with what is before us and recognized that the world
Pandemic brings hard times for farmers, worsening hunger
"The United Nations report on an upcoming conference focuses on how the corona virus pandemic has brought hard times the many farmers and imperilled food security the many millions the U. N. is brainstorming ways to help alleviate hunger and prevent the problems from listening in the Asia Pacific region a challenge made doubly difficult by the loss of many millions of jobs due to the crisis experts will cost the number of undernourished people would increase by up to one hundred fifty two million this year well the number of acutely malnourished children will rise by six point seven million worldwide due to the pandemic the U. N.'s Jong jin Kim says we must come to terms with what is before us and recognize that the world and all region has changed I'm Charles the Ledesma
China's Xi vows unceasing fight against Tibet separatism
"China's president has called for what's described as an impregnable fortress to stop separatism in Tibet Xi Jinping, speech, set out the country's policy direction intended to protect national unity, maintain stability, and educate the masses. Well, Isabel Hilton is the editor of China dialogue and has written extensively about Beijing's relationship with Tibet. Hello? Isabelle. Doing. Very. Well, thank you. Tell us what is this impregnable fortress. Well this is come out of the Communist Party Central Symposium on Tibet work, which is the you know the high level. It's the meeting that gathers together everyone who has anything to do with Tabet from security to economics to environment, and of course, the polit bureau is in attendance at the last one was five years ago. So it is quite important to understand the direction that things taking and I have to say it's not a particularly encouraging direction the the emphasis on a border security was not extensively publicized in China but I think that that is undoubtedly related to the continuing tensions with India, and we've seen a number of clashes along that border. But the other. Really important aspect of this statement is is really about hearts and minds, which has been a massive failure in terms of of Chinese occupation of Tibet and the the stress on patriotic education on the fact that monasteries must you know put put the party first and so on. All isses familiar but it's becoming more intense in terms of of of you know government propaganda and just simply failed over the years. So how does it intend to impose or bill this impregnable fortress to maintain not just stability but? Engage in those hearts and minds which which they find so important and what I think probably I'm sorry to say more repression it's. There is a relationship between what happens in Tibetan what happens in Xinjiang, which has lately had some more attention and but the body secretary who? Had A kinda panel up to consecutie system in Tibet then moved to Xinjiang to continue his work. So the security approach is very much the same and it is extremely tight security on on an absolute day to day level. So you know police boxes every few hundred yards kind of panopticon effect on on watching society for any kind of behavior that might be considered deviant. So that's one aspect of it and and the other oil done in the name of national security. and. Then the other aspect is the intense education and signification of Tibet. So it's been some years now since two Beden as a medium of instructions in schools was damaged and and you know there's heavy language pressure heavy cultural pressure on on Tibetans who are encouraged not to have a photographs of the delay in their homes but to her photographs of Xi. Jinping, instead to the the, it's really an an example of enhanced integration. Hitherto has been a policy in the People's Republic at least in name over SPEC for national minorities as they would call them. So Cultural Rights, language rights, and the idea that they could be in some sense autonomous and self governing. Now, that was never entirely implemented but at least it was official policy and that is now being abandoned really in favor of kind of. Han Chinese dominance in every aspect including culture and language, and how is that likely to be received in Tibet? Well. The evidence is that the more pressure the culture comes under in a way, the more people attached to it. So you know the most famous case was in nineteen eighty when when the reports from to bed to the center. Essentially said everyone's forgotten by the Dalai. Lama. They loved the Communist Party. It's all going swimmingly and it emboldened the central government to allow or to think about a visit from the delara sue the Dalai Lama sent. A representative. Group to inspect Tibet to see what conditions would like and as soon as rumors of these people's presence spread across to bet you thousands and thousands of people went to pay homage and his push notes into the hands and to weep and to go for the Dalai Lama. So you know the Chinese never been very good at reading. Tibetan sentiment and every time they criticized the Dalai Lama officially it sort of gives comfort to the Tibetans that. The Dalai Lama still matters and he still bad. So it's it's you know it's not a particularly helpful policy and the more that they cracked down on Tibet. The more Tibetan people feel more. They feel the difference and in a moment ago, you mentioned the fact that Tibet is stuck as well in terms of the relationship, the the very techy relationship that's being played out between India at the moment two degrees either side twenty used to bet. Well I think that this. That that's always I. Guess a problem you know the wasn't a border between India and China until the Chinese occupation of Tibet. So so now we have to Asian supervise and this border which is constantly disputed, which is unresolved and across which flow or manner of things including of course, people you know the flow of refugees to India from Tibet. has been a feature of the years the very large settlements of Tibetan refugees in India, which has given them pretty generous hospitality, the presence of the Dalai Lama in India. Then on the Indian side, you know there is anxiety about water supply because wall of. India's pretty much all of India's water supply comes from the Tibet Plateau, and there is constant fear in Indian security services that that the Chinese can somehow turn the top of which is unlikely but nevertheless it makes them deeply anxious. So there are any number of issues that that would need to be resolved in NFL comprehensive settlement. But at the moment you have to highly nationalistic governments each which is you postures vigorously over Tibet and I think that a settlement is not terribly likely Isabel. Indeed as ever for joining us on monocle twenty four, that was China dialogues is.
"jin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Of situation. Jin's so Vladimir Putin says they have a Corona virus vaccine. Do you believe in any way the stories coming up right now? Let's get traffic and weather together on the eights. Here's Joyce Nielsen. He'll deal with an issue in downtown Dallas was found 30 before Herb acted still working that clear from that right lane That's going out to some of the usual slower traffic going back to it each grand at this point. Rent. Also giving us an update on this problem. Westbound Think 35 4 Hillcrest, it was enacted that working to clear from the two left lanes. That's got you backing up from an onto those 75 north one South bound Ram. John will take a look at the drive along 35 W. North forward North bound and third and South found 35 W just a bit thicker now between the North Loop and 2 87 Decatur, But I don't see anything blocked their east Fort Worth North Bound east, Lupe, 20 from 30 all the way up to 1 83 just five minutes. Like police, J Speed Grapevine westbound 1 14 and Texan trail We have the two right lanes blocked off again. You can get around that no big back. Unfortunately, heading out of Denton County, south, found 35 looks good from 2 88 head in debt and heading down through Corinth, Lewisville, Carrollton and Farmers. French North found 35. A sing a little bit of a slowdown from 6 35 heading north up towards belt line in the Carrollton area. I'm Joy Nielsen, your next reported 6 48 and break draft alerts when they happen. Hot, breezy weather. Today I'm NBC find meteorologist Grand Johnston. And with that wind, stirring things.
"jin" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
"We're back once. Favorite segment is raised. He's he's got an amazing guests MC Jin multiple performing person. And we sent you this article at checkout. I did or you don't even need to if you don't re- but If I don't read the region is that one of the leading So we got we want to talk about this and this is just a little thing in the culture right now you know so. I'll just read the headline says okay. boomer ends marks the end of friendly generational relations and it talks about this whole thing about calling calling our boomers. I guess you could say how did it start wasn't like a video where somebody was denying climate change and somebody commented I think just like any other inter- Internet type of thing like maybe a couple of people started saying it around the same time and then it like the the The New York Times piece here kind kind of talks about how now then started making t shirts and like I don't think anyone controls it owns it. It's just like something. People say. Now phenomena says like Oh okay boomers or has become has become generations. These endlessly repeated retort to the problem of older people who don't get it a rallying cry for millions of kids teenagers. Use It to reply to cringe a youtube videos Donald Trump tweets basically any over thirty. Pay Says I'll show that's me. Hey Fuck who says something about young people and the issues that matter to them so this yeah you know I have a seven year old. Oh He's not saying he's not saying okay boomer yet uh-huh okay daddy but yeah I read that article and it just seems like it's just another kind of thing. I don't know how long it'll last. I think the thing that stuck out to me an article was just people do in March and stuff like that making psalm.
"jin" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
"Ginseng roots about this. This is really for the new things that are being planted in recent years. But that would allow me to segue into something interesting. Fascinating to me is at Yoyo. It blows my mind sometimes I I will meet someone now. who like? Oh Man I love your stuff but that I love your stuff can have such a wide range. Because there's people that are laissez seventeen now who may have heard of the legend all right the one oh six and park but as you just mentioned they may not have watched it in real time right. Some of them don't even know that chapter of some of them might know Laissez in the more ladder days right when I went out to Asia and brought in my horizon out there with the acting stuff in hosting stuff. There's a segment of jinx. They only know me from that. It's like you wrap to at one point. I may have been on my mind like you know about the history. When you know when the smoke laid I was kind of cool that Yo- someone might meet me right now and become quote unquote a fan now and there's nothing wrong with that? Yeah right because you've had a long career. Yes been a road I've been it's been a road and actually just now when I was introducing I was like Oh do you even call yourself because you do you do all sorts of Shit. Yeah I would you describe grab yourself now. I've I've I've stuck with MC Jin for a few years now and I think we were like kind of reposition conversation to like a branding stance. I'm cool with MC. Mc Jen. Because you know I still to date if you were just ask people. What's the first impression of GIN? When you think of him? It would be the hip hop emcee raps out of the euro. We used to watch him bat. All we know he did that. And then later branched into acting and then I think the comedy thing is actually the most infant of all of them right totally. I heard you mentioned earlier at the top where you like. You said you like six years or so into so even less than that I think really took. It seriously was only in the last two three years. And and I've learned that in comedy negative fifteen so when you only been doing comedy for three years. That's negative fifteen you add onto that so that means I still got twelve more years to go before I can even say I'm one fire but I would say to answer your question. The Mc Jin I feel like it kind of be a good umbrella for everything to Fall Zone Acting Jin can be active MC wrapping zinc beat at Comedian Jink. Beat at and and I'm MC se-jin like I guess even just put it like. Do you work on like every day you wake up you work on your bars every day. Do you like jokes everyday. Well do you probably more like a business guy now so much actually man. That's a great question that I need to feel like I need.
"jin" Discussed on This Week in Tech
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"jin" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Welcome to the MONOCLE weekly on Monaco twenty four with me Augusta match Larry and Marcus Hippie on today's broker we'll be heading to the big apple with Autism Doug Aitken we'll be meeting film curator Hyun Jin to delve into the history of Korean cinema in advance of the London Korean Film Festival that's coming up plus Monaco's own for no I will stop at checkout will be looking ahead to next week's news and we'll have some music that's still to come on the Monica Weekly monocle twenty fool Well Augustine we haven't done this before have we we have marcus how exciting six minutes of interesting stories and discussions ahead was looking forward to the most probably my interview with Doug Aitken I just we've got an excellent excellent report from Henry Re Sheridan regular listeners might remember him as sometime produce a now commentator from New York who doesn't have what monocle Emma Henry I do remember Henry rather well it said that we lost him for New York but I guess that's the way life goes on a more positive note it's being quite an accent weekend materials I know that you've been insuring your culture haven't here I went to see a couple of exhibitions including one by William Blake who are fans and poetry fans might remember his iconic tiger tiger poem standing out among the verses of England Really with pictures of the devil and how what I noticed though they're very small marcus it's quite difficult to engage with an exhibition of very very small pictures one example of Wednesday's actually does Massa we'll all go see him what I've been I've been really inspired by the Australian shift goes up with some days Josh Neyland he's from Sydney he's released on repairing the whole fish there's been a lot of talk about nose-to-tail cooking how you students waste any bits anonymous when preparing food and you can apply approach to fish as well so I interviewed Shaush we'll be hearing that interview later on the menu but this afternoon I thought I would go and buy a whole fish and then prepare something nice from the guts bones sent is something I've never done before because I'm not a great chef in the end Amora for me nice to meet man a Sunday Scheffer exactly what she likes to comfort dinner in the evening very much I'd like to eat some scales and fin that's the deal continue with what's happening in the next seven days though let's do it let's look ahead to next week who's here to do it with us Monaco San Fernando welcome hello will you invite me for dinner as well by the way you have to ask Marcus about that because quite picky with what you eat I am but I never tasted your cooking so I'm curious now even though I would avoid the bring in the guts not completely defeats the whole purpose I can get to your own fish fillet for this evening but what's happening in the upcoming seven days what's in the news agenda well my first story actually happens today today's the believe in election and the interesting story here is because evermore is trying for his fourth term but that's the first time that I think he really has a competitor which has columnists so lot of people into the election might go for a run off in the Samba and even morale is an interesting case because even though he's a left-wing President I mean he always had very good relationships with the Business unity's is being a fairly popular president even though believe it remains like the poorest country in South America they improved so much when it comes to GDP less poverty but there are trouble ahead I think he didn't dealt very well with recent forest fires in the country people start criticizing him and even people from laughed are saying you know what he undermined democracy little bit because he's trying for his fourth term that's what a lot exactly so it wasn't just only Brazil that was having a hard time with the forest fires many many other countries to believe terrible terrible fires I mean there's been such a devastation to nature you know certain indigenous communities as well as quite as sad story and perhaps could be the downfall of evermore is difficult predicting because the election is today maybe we're going to have a key result because as they said the election for a runoff interesting there's definitely a lot to watch coming out of Latin America at the moment isn't that fate what have you got next we'll stay in the Americas were more to the North Tomorrow the twenty first of October is the Canadian election is interesting by the way Canadians vote on Mondays I think the first country that come across the vote someone may many others see us interesting you always Sundays in Brazil Sundays as well I guess they do things differently and always hates on a Sunday why just I want to be uh-huh meeting a big steaming bowl of fish guts you want to have your excuse to escape job for a couple of hours and vote number going but again Canadian it is difficult to predict but you know I think just intruder will kind of hang on as the leader but definitely with not clear majority as he had less time but I think the thing is I was talking to Daniel or Canadian colleague in the parliament will be more fragmented this time he might have to do a coalition which is not a new thing in Canadian politics and the leader of the opposition of course just had a few scandals with the oil pipe there's been quite a lot of controversy as well but the leader of the Conservative Party apparently is quite adults I am not very inspiring so let's see the green policies apparently will do well we'll have to wait and see but my prediction is that just intruder who remain prime minister by smaller margin the last time well I'm wondering if there's anything happening in the next seven days that's not election related Fernando Dairies One and actually it's tomorrow is also if you're not interested in the Canadian elections. Why don't you come to the Ocho arena here in London we've me what's happening there share will be performed to go I am going to go and she's a legend there are few legends today in the music world she's a legend and never seen him I'll be there is the here we go again tour you know the song that we play for my segment here Fernando she did re record that song and she will perform it because I did check the set list before I've got so many share related memories one of them being when I was very young and I went on this booze cruise from Helsinki to Stockholm and there was a disco on board that boat and the detail would only play d and remixes soft the sheriff's on believe I think we'd better just knocked that anecdote on the head this is a family show marcus we don't WanNa know where that's going to end up going story surgeons for share I think she was about fifty at the time even though we don't talk about age when he comes to share she doesn't have a timeless your favorite Song Oh God be the shoop shoop song it's a classic it's easy it's just I got you babe as surrogates I chose to yeah that's fine there's not with sunny too yeah that on the show is this sold out probably I hope so a show that we can join the fight thanks so much for joining us to take a look at next week you're listening the monocle weekly you at home in a moment we'll be hearing from the cult art rock Ariel Pink don't go away In two thousand four the record label port tracks put out an album called the doldrums by Ariel Pink's haunted graffiti for most people it was that first encounter with the warped and prolific musical imagination of areas doc which would go on to have a huge influence on indie music buzz pink who was born area Rosenberg had been recording music ceaselessly since nine hundred ninety six hundred songs some of which made it onto self released cassette tapes and CDs now the Brooklyn Label Mexican summer is putting out reissues of the Ariel Pink albums that Rosenbaum recorded and released in obscurity between ninety nine thousand nine hundred thousand four Monaco's inimitable Henry Sheridan met him the Mexican Summer Studios in New York staying I remember reading a quote from you you said that something which really is shaped musical sensibility is your earliest memories of music that were formed kind of the early eighties and it just struck me the says is much of a gap between now and the periods in which you made those early records as ever is between that period and the early eighties old in having you know sort of like a come to awaken into my current self more or less around twenty years ago and having it basically spent twenty years as a twenty year old and then having you know W- When I was twenty years old being so kind of aware of where I was at five years old and having that informed my creative impetus and all that kind of stuff and then having my twenty year old self now sort of dictating my current path and yeah I felt a lot about that in so many different ways I still try not to mythologies importance of any of that stuff between I think ninety nine hundred nineteen thousand full you record in extraordinary amount of music I think one figure that I've read is over two hundred cassettes worth is that figure anchor number one and number two why well I mean I think it's more than that why I feel like in hindsight it was all very much a case of my sort of wanting to be acknowledged and to be heard and to be seen instead like that into I think there was a sort of burning desire that was at the root of all that you know in a need for love to once you get that off the flame summer simmers down you really can actually breathe for for violent now that I do career doing it it it has taken a stick it on a different dimension and perhaps it's not as much of a diagnostic enterprise I only due to do it all the time to sort of to stake my claim in in in the universe I really feel quite sated in my personal life in might myself as far as that's concerned me no I feel I feel knowledge tonight I don't feel a burning desperate urge to tomorrow every single moment of my life with some sort of artistic stamp if those early recordings kind diary of not only your life at the time but also the development of your artistic method neurotic process basically diary of you learning to record make music when you go back and listen to those early recordings now is it like reading an old diary oh how you imagine that would be me I don't listen back to the songs very much anymore because I know them inside out so it's they've always been been ingrained in my mic consciousness unlike a diary for instance it's not like you know I just abandoned these things and then just came back thirty years later in rhythm for the first time these things are like there headed in me whether I like it or not but listening back to them yeah I mean it's there's a slightly alien quality to it I mean I'm definitely don't know how I did them half the time although unlike diaries the process of making it is one of the endlessly listening back to these things I mean the each song is a trip into yourself you know you go you go back in you listen to what you recorded previously in the new basically you know we expose yourself to it over and over again you familiarize yourself with you you stack new a new thing on top of it and then you listen to that you see so the whole excessive just like listening back a million times to something in the goal being that when I'm done with a song for instance I mean I you know I'd I'd want to somehow swiped my memory of it clean but somehow somehow listen to it as if I've never heard it at all and see dedicated Bob Jameson the title refers to Bob Jameson who was a singer songwriter who looked for a moment in the sixties like he was going to become a star and then for various reasons didn't and basically many many years later resurfaced on on the Internet with the blog I'm basically re re wrote the history of of.
"jin" Discussed on No Jumper
"Any little kids looking for an asian rapper would come across my face jin hot this time i'm trying to think of when he wasn't necessarily popping but this was also the first really the first one where you could look up anything online on the that video search engine video of ronin santa figured let's hope people are searching for all jin freestyles they come across my shit and potentially or become fans you know i i feel like i didn't really realize how important jin was to asian people in general but then i was in i was in shanghai and maybe two thousand an eleven and i casually like jokingly mentioned gin and the fucking chinese gene is very good man brian wilson in china yeah jay leno out there they have so much respect to him and it seems so foreign to them that i just mentioned his name in like a joking context like genuinely concerned. Oh no you're not trying to clown jin like that. Not only that when gene i dropped i was kinda mad because i was in junior your high like a freshman in high school probably just trying to like you know beginning to write rabs and be rapper and stuff and then <hes> somebody boy me up and he was like yo one six in park does asian and do wrapping. He looks just like you and i was like mash these problems you know they'd say we look like as we asian or whatever right so i turned on bbc one spark. I'm like this dude really looks like me say take back then we used to dress the same with the cavs and the like oversize hoodies and stuff and we genuinely kind of look similar and i remember walking around no not scary farm when jin was popping and he's like flock of girls were following me 'cause they thought i was jin. One six and i was like yeah rough rider hall of front. The dream is to get some from being someone. You're not just keep it going all night so he also mad people met. Asian dudes have me as their like tinder picture and if it's not my face it's pictures whitney that they've taken like literally a girl like that. I know two days ago. We're like last week was like yo. Why is everybody in my area. Tinder profiles a picture with having a couple times but i don't feel like it's like a real epidemic. Dan hit me up. He's like look at this guy. Why is this photo. I don't know well you know. It's not a lot of asian do doing it for asian people. He says feeling feeling you've had for a long time or is that a newish feeling that asian representation is important and lacking that is pretty much the reason why i started doing entertainment entertainment stuff you know i'm not the only reason i liked being on stage. I like performing our money. I mean it's definitely a lot of that to <music> out right and definitely for my egos. Well just wanna be popping right would it of course but also house has its perks but like for sure turks being one of the perks yeah parks crazy about a lot of perks of the house like talking about person recreation. That's my that's. That's my mic save parks eight. That's that's actually a really low. Pump was coming out right now and i was manager. I would tell him that. That's the best mix tape idea. I heard that's that's gotta five-phase perks and a rig. Somebody somebody who's lo what are we talking about. We're talking about asian representation <hes> specifically because my my my stage name they like it comes from an episode of fresh prints like an old episode of the france and it because i felt like the fresh prince which is a big influence on me growing up like i felt like i kind of raised me so there was an episode specifically where carlton like like he his his tuxedo shrunk so he needed a last-minute talks to go to prom so we had to get like this really tacky baby blue like with the free with the lapel shit you know what i'm saying.
"jin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"There's a Drina max three. This is a very good supplement for the adrenal glands themselves. The are used this particular formula is used with both, hyper and I bow function of the adrenal glands because the herbs are considered adapted. Jin's they can respond either way depending on the situation. Next to superbeet complete I recommend because it contains biologically active forms of many B-vitamins, we carry this vitamin as well as other b vitamins that could be used as well and be vitamins are essential. They're absolutely essential in varying quantities throughout the. Adrenal cascade omega three fatty acids. I can't leave them out. The mega three fatty acids are brain foods that both durhush at protect our neurons, and the global cells the cells are the nerve cells that protect our Nauruans these fatty acids have the potential to improve overall brain function. So you'll notice that whenever you have anything to do with the brain improving, the brain omega three fatty acids are often recommended buffered C vitamin c. Should be well tolerated. It's also important for every part of the cascade. Involved in making the adrenal hormones and the last one is magnesium completes. It's been shown to have a calming and cognition enhancing property. That's the glycemic especially and deficiency is common in the typical American diet. However, many of you are well aware that exempting stress can be difficult to get a handle on even with all of the right supplements. And knowing what to do if you need help and learning how to.
"jin" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"This go late year. She said, don't you worry disappear? Really looking for another mistake coordinator friend thinking that job of? A of Becca g was only looking forward the birth but gave him time to three nine. Route four. Two bus crossed. Again. She told me, I was never a friend. Maybe you could boom around ten. Jin will be in between the sheets A M. If you wanted to be. She's singing. A couple of weeks only want to see her. We think away the days with takeaway pizza. Sex message was the only way to reach not stay in place announced the way a tree singing. Over the track like a fee chairman that but wants to see book as the even the me and how we make money the same way for. The same day on those shows never been more. It's about maybe we'll go together benches figure out on the phone with you and sit on the couch, but we should get on a plane or will be missing it. Now. Shot it down with things played out when she was kissing them. How was confused about figuring.
"jin" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast
"Jin's, friends, twenty at checkout. So let's talk more about your writing. Because you have this amazing skill set. And you've honed it with all these essays in sort of online pieces and articles. And so now you've written your first book of essays? I would love to hear all about. It is called my squirrel days phenomenal title, which I wanted to know about that. So we can just talk a little bit about hell this came to be and what we can expect out of it. And also what was that writing process like for you because writing a book is different than writing article so writing the book was awful at night. Love it. Yeah. And you do it's like getting it's one thing to have a story or an idea in your head. And as you know, getting it down on the paid is. I mean, you just wanna throw yourself out the window. It is. So really do what it's weird because I'm like, I'm not in physical torment right now. Like, I'm not in pain at this. I would leave at one, you know, higher again babysitter. Squirrel is say like hide yourself way for three hours and and try to right? Well, okay. It's empty your brains to you if nothing give no worse and you merge with nothing, and you feel like what for those three hours and that wasted babysitter money because you have nothing to show for it. And I can only assume that that's just part of the experience in like, even though you didn't write any. There's like two words on the it's just your name you. I think your brain. I can only hope that your brain was working through some of the stuff. So I do think that process was very difficult..
"jin" Discussed on KNSS
"Also on the blaze. You can watch the whole thing on the blaze TV, just subscribe. The. It'll be interesting to see what Sean Spicer has to say about the caravans. And also what he has to say about the Jin Brabham that we have. The Jin promos of alcoholism. Why would he have any particular insight? Yeah. Okay. All right. Well, I see you're not willing to talk about the real issues. So let me just talk to the audience here on the real issues. We have a we have a Islamic cleric. Now who's come out and explained what's really going on? And can we play that audio please, Sarah? Say. Don't forget that there are other creations. Besides men men men who are going to look at you. But at the same time may fall in love with you. This is something very very common. I had a case where agent had possessed a sister. She was waiting at the bus stop and the Jin fell in love with her. She was walking through a park. Jin followed waiting at the bus stop and the Jin fell in love with any actually possessed. When they fall in love, the very very difficult to remove because they love is like almost a blind type of love is like I would rather die than need this individual of is like oxygen. That's what's happening here. That's the problem. So. This is you know, like a genie a genie. So if you don't wear your head scarf heads, scar Jeannie will fall in love with you can't get it out of your body. Well, what happens is they if you don't have a cloth cloth devices. He described it a cloth device covering your head the Jin can go right through your skull and just live in your brain. So but it can't get through cloth. No, no. Of course. Not. No. No. No. No. So he's recommending that women. You don't have to worry just about men you gotta cover yourself because Jin's are out there. And I don't know about you. But the Jin problem at my house been a problem for a long time. You almost never wear a headscarf. We'll know it's for ladies only. Okay. Yeah. For ladies only Tanya doesn't wear a head scarf. And I come home. I'm tired. I've worked on her day. Day, and I get home, and I'm like a fallen in love with you today. And she's like, I don't know what you're talking about. I'm like, you know, what I can I can send and then I have to get the of her. And then I do not do this at home. Please put it in a glass bottle. Not only a plastic bad for the environment. But also they burn right through those things. Really? Yeah. Yeah. So this isn't a an opportunity to control one of the two genders with no. This is no. Yes. Jin's genie's ghouls ghouls can do. This can do this to ghouls are really really very clever. They're very clever so goals might come through the head and fall in love with you. Well, genie's will. Jin's Jin's will fall in love with you. Jeans and goals. Do well genie's. I'm not really sure what a gene granted wishes that they're evil care. I don't know. I don't know if I ever see like a teapot. I don't rub. It to have the genie come out, which is strange because why he's trapped when there's an opening right there in the in the in the lantern there's an opening right there. Right. And I think I would make the same point with with cloth device. First of all cloth does not seem difficult to penetrate. But Secondly, there is an opening for the eyes. I mean, the the genie could just go go right through there to get into the head of the person right now, they don't I mean, just from a pragmatic, though, perspective you just go right through their gloves a full-body covering and then your head is wrapped. And you're just have the is now your is can be used to. Lura man, leaving just if the is if you look at a man, just right? You can say, you know, it's not like, you know, look how they're dressed. It's look how they were looking at me your honor. And so you can. You can be bewitched if you will by by women's I I think even this enlightened me to era, we can all come together and say if a woman looks at you, you know, what are you gonna do? Right. Exactly. Exactly. This is especially if she's been possessed by Jin. I mean, you know, this is the thing we were talking about this off the air a little bit because Donald Trump is the word nationalist yesterday talking about nationalism, and in the definition of nationalism in its history is at times, very disturbingly. However, I don't know. I'm sure that's not no one is citing the really bad examples of nationalism as as where we're trying to go if you're Donald Trump, you're not saying, oh, we want to be like those terrible countries. He seems to be referring to it. As like, look, we're the best country and we should attic. And we have the best culture. And and we should be. You know, patriotic. And and be sure excited about that. When you talk like this that when you when you play a clip like that, it's hard to kinda argue that we don't have a superior culture and a lot of ways, you know? I like I kinda love. Only saying that because you've probably been possessed by Jin or Google this is the Jim talk. And now, it's a different kind of gin. That's with times I've had a lot of of Jin talk before in my life. I gotta say it's trouble. Yeah. Can't get you into job leave it in the bottle as a man. Sixty shots of beer on a program recently alive on the air. It could be an issue. But I think I'm okay saying that a culture that embraces women as equals is superior to a culture that that puts them we won't let them drive and forces them to dress a specific way that you can even see their face like that. I mean. Culture. But this is all just social constructs. It may be just a good social sometimes things are building their good. No good piece.
"jin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"On the show in the war too world war one journey jin's too the are gone into it's hard to rest so far from home one year low all the last the spring flowers tom brady here in visors gloria the last monday from the john goes up afghan julianne we'll find three who went down god now racing he he's my wife is as weird won't keep calm.
"jin" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"Backline i'm just an i like i'm a little pansy i avoid confrontation like if i got a cold meal like back then just like a puddle of goo posed talk about something been sitting here kind of in my seat you have that like kind of being anti because something was coming and and just just let the story i started eighteen around no no no no no raise you please because we have a graham cracker chromatic what's your cell him sprinting we starting you wanna fishing my dad made this big old stink about how his food was cold to the waitress and then she brought the check and then he signed the check he was let's go we're going now they didn't leave a tip at all like he just turned dinner in the most awkward fucking thing ever my three friends or with his he always like that and i was like really sorry okay fuck this story also i love you dad fuck this story hey great gray so while we've been on the podcasts some people have noticed chat that i have been checking my phone again and again oh yeah because i've been refreshing someone's instagram feed in anti of something said by the way one this is the head of the animation division department anymore guy called again emission division really yeah we have forced now a force but i also these show are of an upcoming three d animation project yeah that's right been working a little thing called jin lock man awhile now.
"jin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"At the top of my head clarence thomas jin's berg ginsburg to kuenssberg so to my or very there's eight nine seven nine ups gotta be uneven and then there's jimbo tut tut now cranks there he resigned okay you can aim all the tv judges but you can't name the supreme i've just gave me a crap samuel alito we got the other ones i think hey i just want to let you know there's three and page six brad pitt does not have a girlfriend he's just hanging out with this woman thank you for that musical interlude with the point you guys don't even comment on these random outbursts they've formed this friendship because it has to do with architecture and she's absolutely brilliant she's beautiful she's got another guy so you can forget that they're just hanging out professionally stop doing that steve what ever make that sound again ever louise really uptight here for friday that'd be on.
"jin" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Hyun jin news some superhero some fairy tale just something so testing states but some superhero something where did you bye this is one point seven k rock kiro q and you're listening to the cabinet bean show jordan clipper is here and is looking pretty stiffy hyun is really good might say so myself i'm gonna say so myself i looked great you really look good is that visible choice this is you might say it's a an evergreen color.
"jin" Discussed on #GoodMuslimBadMuslim
"And mythical adventurers not to debunk them s fact but that i just gain more from it when i view it that way when you viewed as a metaphor yeah then it takes it out of the space of the littoral and i feel like it's more enriching that way and so i don't really see the the point apart from when i was a kid and i was like really hoping that jains were behind the two theory i do believe that genes are behind the scenes i i do agree with that now i believe wholeheartedly that leg there are angels and that there are june's and i don't i actually don't believe jin's are the devil i just i believe that genes are like a fourth creature that we can't see and sometimes they traverse different dimensions and i believe in a believe ghost or something completely different and believe goes i think like my belief in goes to really change after mom died just because like my sister at her jenas i said that she could feel my moms hand on her head and just kinda like comforting her and i never actually got to feel my mom while awake by mom did come visit me and my dreams and then i had a interaction with a psychic who said that as she could fuels moms presence around me and just all of that stuff around it was just too coincidental you know just end just like feeling like i could feel her like i could feel the wind tickling my ankles but i could tell like that was sent from her or like when the cat stirred coming around this cat we didn't have all of a sudden strict coming around after momday yeah there's just too many signs too many things happening for me to do not believe so what i appreciate about everything you just said.