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"johar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"johar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"America is an accredited license treatment provider in his accepting new patients. Call today 1 800 Recovery Davidson droning W. Busiest Looking at the four day forecast going to get down to around 70 tonight. Tomorrow. Sunny and breezy, possibly a thunderstorm, hitting in the afternoon with a high of 80 for Monday's gonna be breezy, Hot, humid, a mix of sun and clouds with high between 90 and 94 then on Tuesday quite a bit cooler, but some rain hitting possibility of thunderstorms. Otherwise cloudy with a high of 78 right now. It's 80 Foreign Danvers, 80 and Chelsea 90 in Milton, 80 degrees and mostly sunny over Boston at 2 45 This's W B C News Radio 10 30 Where the news watch never stops. Good afternoon. I'm Madison Rogers. Here are the five things you need to know. At 2 45 $600 boost federal unemployment ran out last night. The death sentence on Boston bomber Johar Tsarnaev is overturned by a federal appeals court city of Somerville announces they're putting faced three of reopening on hold on and an ice cream parlor in Whitman announces a temporary closure after a staff member test positive. For covert 19 back to our top story, The first Circuit Court of Appeals throws out the death penalty.

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When anxiety becomes the devil you know

Anxiety Slayer

06:09 min | 1 year ago

When anxiety becomes the devil you know

"Welcome back Haitian. I'm so glad that we are talking about how anxiety can become the devil. You know when you came up with this idea last week I was like yes. That is so true because we have such a strong tendency to get stuck with. What's familiar to us even if it's hurting us and that goes springs. Id to sometimes were scared of what we think lies beyond anxiety the the pressure and the expectations. That might be waiting for us. So that's the way the mine goes. It will hold a stuck as not biased in a stuck in. What's familiar and resisting change? Even if it's good change we struggle with some familiar so think it's really important to explore things. I in look at how to get around that so that we can really make headway now recovery. Why is it that we are some wired to resist change as the nature of the mind to get stuck in suffering the minds very forgetful about? What's good for us? What helps us and it will just hold us in. What's familiar there are? Many wisdom teaches and stories that give examples of this. There are teachers on the back of Gita India's ancient wisdom texts that tells us that we have to drag the mind kicking and screaming towards improvement and that the mind can be our best friend or worst enemy and the tendency is to be the latter and I think sometimes we don't take that literally enough. It really can be a worst enemy if you sit with your mind and let it off the leash and just listen to what it brings to you and then feel what that does in your body. That's not a friend so we need to learn to work with them and I related teaches the way to do that is to rise above the mind unused. Our intelligence are boody to die. Read the minds to a more peaceful intended experience of life but we have to really work with them. I'm really draw it to better thoughts and better conclusions. It is a life's practice. Yeah I think that It makes sense that we move through a conversation about how expectations can hold us in anxiety. You remember when I was living with chronic illness. There was no question. I wanted to get better. I didn't want to be in pain every day but there was of me. That was concerned about the expectation. That might come on me from others once. I was on my fate or if I ever got on my favorite not something I had to work with and I think what we tend to do is to put the cart before the horse. You have that saying. Yeah we do okay cool saw. That's what we tend to do. My concern was you know on its head because I was worried about expectations as I was then. I was mixing it all up in my head and muscle. The mind does sometimes when we thinking about recovery from anxiety we worry about all the events we might have a face. We're GONNA have new resources on board. We're going to be those things so much better. Sure I think it's also important to remember that are healing that your healing is your own personal and private business. No one else has the right to say what they think. You should be doing with your time and energy when you're feeling well when you're starting to to be on the other side of whatever has you suffering. That is such a tender time and space. And it's really important that you look after yourself and not allow expectations of others to be projected on you so important. Yeah very tender time very important to keep it private. Yeah Lowest. Johar Nacho your improvements. In general to help you build a sense of trust and remain positive in your progress or talk to somebody you can trust. Who isn't going to should all of us and going to tell you the things you should be doing right. You Bit Close. Keep it safe and really. It's recommended that we should do that in most of our life. We don't need to tell everyone everything. I like the way you described it. Shannon's tender is a really tend to time under in. It's protecting it does find and use the tools that help you feel better create boundaries for yourself and assurances at mean you do not have to feel that external pressure to the best of your ability and there's things that happen in our lives that we have to deal with of course but the extra stuff we sure don't and the extra pressure we put on ourselves is not helpful at all so be in your space be in your body take care of you to the best of your ability and when you feel something coming at you you generally know that's when you duck and cover that's when you change the subject matters is when you excuse yourself that is when you do what you need to do in order to feel better to not let that external pressure in. Yeah we excited. It doesn't mean that when we start to recover and we start to film more calm confident. It doesn't mean we're necessary. GonNa WanNa go out and do everything have to go out and do everything right. There are people that don't suffer with anxiety that still throw very anxious about speaking out black and unless that something that you absolutely need to do in which case you can get help and you can become comfortable doing that. But we don't need to ahead in the fire is not something you need to do. And it's an area of discomfort is okay. Yeah if you feel some discomfort about it we don't have to fill but we can do everything Recovery is about being able to step more into the areas that we feel we need to in our lives again. It's very personal individual and allowed to be private

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Looking Through the Disparate Responses to COVID-19 in the US

The Portal

09:35 min | 1 year ago

Looking Through the Disparate Responses to COVID-19 in the US

"Want to begin putting this response to the virus in the context of what we've already talked about on the portal in particular the disc or distributed idea suppression complex introduced. An episode. Eighteen appears to be in full swing. So how do we know that this is happening? Well twitter and this is just as an example has now refined their terms of service to broaden their definition of harm itself to address in their words and I quote content that goes directly against guidance from authoritative sources of global and local public health information rather than reports. We will enforce this in close coordination with trusted partners including public health authorities and governments and continue to use and consult with information from those sources when reviewing content. Under this new guidance we will require people to remove tweets now of course the pandemic that sound sensible at least my ears in such a situation who wants marginal gadflies like I duNNo. Mike Serna the infamous Mench Small Bug Aka. Courtesy Arvind contradicting the mayor of New York City. Bill de Blasios or The Washington Post in time crying out for coordinated authoritative response. Well here's the awkward part many of the people who call this epidemic early incorrectly. Where the very marginal Internet personalities that the Legacy Media folks love to deride as trolls gadflies as for the mayor of New York City after certification mold buckhead correctly called for drastic action. Bill de Blasios wrote. I'm encouraging New Yorkers to go on with your lives in get out on the town despite coronavirus and that was an early March a sentiment that was echoed by the Washington Post that viewed concern over the virus as a kind of neurosis that had to be addressed. Psychologically in short the gated institutional narrative or Jin was not close to being the first to see. Cova is the giant threat requiring a planetary response. It was those outside the Jin that not only saw this early but proved that it was able early by many different individuals who generally seem to sit outside the institutional and respectable worlds. So just. Why was this well first of all? The portal has argued many times before that we have had an almost universally unworkable leadership class now in place for just under fifty years that it arose to disguise the end of the post war economic growth regime. This is a collection of people who have re factored the institutions that they've lead within our system specifically to evade the embedded growth obligations or egos. That were set in the previous era. And who rewarded each other? Generally for doing exactly the wrong things in terms of the public good with an end to mandatory retirement the same people have been promoted for borrowing against the future and playing games of Russian roulette with financial markets healthcare while self-dealing within the system that they were handed stewards for the generations to come serving a false god fake economic efficiency that reliably and deliberately fails to adequately incorporate actual economics like negative externalities von Neumann Morgenstern sub utility functions principal agent problems moral hazard etcetera etcetera are ubiquitous. Economists have hidden behind the mask of technocrats working for the public good while merely pretending to practice their own profession healthcare mandarins to regularly ignore the warnings. Coming out of their own literature. I mean heading over to Google scholar which readiness czar or hospital head could forget. Titles like mechanical ventilation in an airborne epidemic by Fula in two thousand and eight or preparing intensive care for the next pandemic influenza by Taylor Kane and Robert Fowler in two thousand nineteen. Were those back to back. Hits of Meltzer at all stockpiling ventilators for influenza pandemics and estimates of the demand for mechanical ventilation in the United States during an influenza pandemic in two thousand seventeen in two thousand fifteen respectively in short we got here not because we couldn't foresee this future in fact we extensively studied it. We got here because we decided to ignore the future that we knew was coming. The specific class of people that we had the helm of our institutions were constitutionally incapable of putting their foot down and asserting that we needed deeper reserves in order to handle what they called surge capacity. So do I know what's going on? I said during the section of our last episode still holds true this week my continuing discussions with a number of people. I respect deeply seems surprisingly inconclusive. To me even at this late date so my mind wanders to the second order question of why it would be so difficult to sketch straightforward narrative to guide us in fact Dr Peter at his most recent video evidence of some of this confusion where he shares that as a physician. He feels so spun around what he is hearing that even he is forced to think in political rather than medical or scientific terms to explain the situation to oversimplify slightly. There are three great risks with the CO virus. One of underreaction. One of overreaction. In one of inappropriate reaction the threatens an enormous body count from the virus severe respiratory and other damage to many of the recovered. The second threatens a worldwide depression which could well lead to armed clashes and even wars various sizes. The last leads to many of our efforts being wasted or even captured by profiteers at a time when we are demanded not too deeply question the coordinating authorities and oddly. We are being prepared to participate in both under and overreactions simultaneously. Just as many of us are worrying about allegations of financial assistance that are now valued in the trillions. I mean this is crazy at some level. No we are somehow discussing ill-conceived multi trillion dollar systems packages at the same time as we are being ready to go back to work while also hearing that. New York is now apocalyptic I mean that's pretty confusing. We are going to transfer vast amounts of wealth. So please know that everything will fine when you get back to work shortly. But in the meantime the borough of Queens is experiencing armageddon even by highschool dating standards. That's a lot of mixed and conflicting messages now. What could explain this odd state of affairs? I found myself compelled by very simple idea from his grip. I cannot easily escape. The ideas straightforward. What if our leadership is treating this as much as an accountability crisis as a medical one when it comes to their actions. I mean what if the issue over which we are being quarantined isn't actually the number of deaths trying to prevent but the type of deaths perhaps there is one special category of death then that our leaders are more afraid of than all others for reasons of accountability rather than simple loss of life in order to explore. This idea might help to make it somewhat. Concrete therefore imagine that you had drafted a blank tweets on twitter called New York Blue Death List for at least Myrlie well known accounts that you follow from New York state that eventually brought low by the Kovic virus and that initially has no other content. Of course it would start out blank but now imagine that every time one of these account owners dies of. Kovic you plan to add them to your soon to be growing list. That's pretty morbid. But Hey it's now. A pandemic after all oddly. These aren't even really the death that I'm talking about quite yet. Perhaps the first few are old people who have lived long and full lives but as your list begins to fill up there may come a first gruesome death it happened to vital younger person who desperately needed a ventilator or an ICU. Bed or a train MD or nurse to have a fighting chance. Let us call these triage death. If they result from a missing resource that could have and should have been stocked for just such emergencies. These losses are beginning to outline the class of death. That I believe me. Now be driving this difficult. Understand response from our political and medical leadership while deaths from the virus may be tragic. These specific triage deaths may be considered career ending deaths of accountability for medical scientific business and political leaders who specifically failed to heed warnings from the group studying our preparedness as such they may have mattered most in determining the shape of our current response as they are all death. The come from failing to implement copious previous work in identifying vulnerabilities meant to shape our disaster preparedness. These would be quite bad because they would involve people that we feel. We know but it could actually get much worse for our leaders than that if you were now to swap out the blue check requirement and exchange it instead for the most sympathetic person. You could imagine what happens when death swoops down on a young girl of eight named arena. Who needs a ventilator desperately but can't get one or perhaps the entire Gomez family is turned away from Queens Johar or made to wait for ICU. Beds that never materialized while there's still time to save three out of their four members. I mean what if it is these triage death which are actually closer to negligent homicide than mere viral losses. That are actually terrifying our leaders into Jakonen action rather than the total number of dead as they say. This hypothesis has the advantage of at least being consistent with the otherwise confusing and seemingly conflicting themes develop before burdens from our leaders who were caught having utterly failed in their mission to keep us prepared would have to be shifted onto our entire society as a whole think about it. The public would be asked for broad participation in something like flatten the curve and why to cover for the lack of the same. Icu beds masks. P P in ventilators that were called for in numerous academic papers over the last twenty years studying just such viral pandemic scenarios. I mean it's really quite close as the authorities now scramble at top speed to finally get the missing resources in place that should have been banked all along they would also simultaneously be preparing us to go back to work to risk regular viral rather than triage deaths. Just as soon as the shortfalls could be made up as there doesn't seem to be a highly credible plan to defeat the virus

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Warner Bros. CEO traded auditions for sex, text messages reveal

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

03:55 min | 2 years ago

Warner Bros. CEO traded auditions for sex, text messages reveal

"I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter in mount I think we disrupted a lot of lunches in Hollywood yesterday. We dropped a story about Kevin Sujit HARA. The chairman of the Warner Brothers studio and his relationship with a young aspiring actress show a woman named Charlotte. Kirk what happened is we we we obtained a quite a trove of texts between James Packer. This Australian billionaire who was in a relationship with Charlotte Kirk when she was quite young nineteen or twenty in two thousand thirteen then he introduces her to Kevin Sujit HARA. She wants roles in movies. This is her big ambition. And she clearly thinks that Kevin Zohar Packer somewhat represents to her. He will change your life that he is the chairman of the studio can get her roles in TV shows and movies, potentially. And she then proceeds to harass him. I mean, they engage in what appears to be an affair. And she is demanding. Ng rolls in and he is desperately trying to fend her off her off and in several instances. He makes suggestions, or at least tells her that he's going to make suggestions to Warner Brothers employee's to help her out at one point. He has according to the text's Richard Brenner who runs a division of Warner Brothers called new line to see her for an audition and talk to her and multiple, right? The texts indicate that this actually did happen because she seemed pretty happy. Now, we don't know whether he specifically said cast this person or else, but the implication is pretty clear, and we do know that Charlotte Kirk appeared in two separate Warner Brothers films. The comedy made by new line called how to be single and last year's big summer movie. Ocean's eight these are small roles, but she did appear in them. Yeah. And what happens is as she is laying on pressure. On Kevin suture HARA. Are you going to do this for me? Remember what you promised me? And this isn't very explicit terms to remember what you promised me when we were I'll say together in that motel and Kevin is responding Kevin said, your heart media, and Kevin sued Johar is responding with things. Like, I have to be careful I reached out to our guys. So it looks like basically he is trying to placate a mistress with connections. Ultimately, it's it proves rather difficult. People will not this is a window on the limits of executive power people creative people will not put someone in any kind of meaningful role, which is what she wanted if they don't feel that they're right for the role. So you can be the most powerful person in the world. But you know, he he would not. And apparently, we don't have any reason to believe that he did say I order you to put her in this film. But there was a limit to what he could do for her. And at that point Brett Ratner the filmmaker who Warner severed ties with maybe a in the early days of me too. Because of. Nations of this conduct. He turns to Brett Ratner who has a deal at Warner Brothers and said and Brett Ratner seems to take over and try to figure out how to placate this increasingly upset actress who is not getting roles is just a desperate and sad attempt to placate this actress and the look for this chairman of a studio who days before the story came out was elevated to run a bunch of new elements of Warner media, including children's programming. It's just not a good look and Warner is investigating. They say they're investigating as we are talking. He still in the job. And I tell until you my phone is just been lit up with people handicapping, Kenny stay how long can he stay and certainly more will be revealed. Thank you, Matt. Thank you. That's Matt Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at two o'clock on the business. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown.

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"johar" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"johar" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Enrollment would you can check out. We also meet you Johar gen stats sqi Hayes, Davenport, one of my favorite episodes. I did a particularly strange rant about falling asleep on the couch. That was not about me. Okay. It was about other people's issue that it is back. Check out that opening video of everyone singing of the choir. And also open enrollment deadline is December fifteenth go to healthcare dot gov. Sign up. Tommy, what's what's on tap for punt save the world this week this week in studio. We will have a former US ambassador to Israel, Dan, Shapiro. We all worked at Dan on the OA campaign. He was in the national Security Council for a couple years before heading out to be our ambassador. He was like a mini celebrity over there. He's a really thoughtful nice guy, and he can talk about not just our friend BB Netanyahu, and the US is real relations, but Jamal kashogi the Saudis the whole thing. So stand. Have a good time. And love it. I believe you have some lover leave at Torrington talk about lover leave. It is going on tour. We'll be in all the and all the best places all the top top places Nazia markets, and we're gonna put out all the dates on Tuesday. The pre-sale starts on Wednesday. The code will be crooked and come check it out. Get those tickets get those tickets. All right guys stand to get to the news. To sum up where we are right now. I just want to start with the lead from the New York Times on Saturday. Please summit up quote, the latest revelations by prosecutors investigating President Trump and his team draw a portrait of a candidate who personally directed in the legal scheme to manipulate the twenty sixteen election and who's advisors had more contact with Russia, and Mr. Trump has ever acknowledged the prosecutors effectively accused the president of defrauding voters questioning the legitimacy of his victory. Not great. So the times is referring to a pair of sentencing memo's filed by the southern district of New York and the special counsel's office on Friday that recommended substantial prison time for former Trump attorney Michael Cohen as well as a court document filed by the special counsel's office that detailed how former Trump campaign chairman. Paul Manafort lied to prosecutors earlier this year after he entered into a plea agreement and promised corporation. Let's start with the Coen memo's. How serious are these crimes? And how do they implicate Donald? Trump. Well for Michael Cohen there pretty serious. I mean, I believe they outlined four crimes four pretty substantial federal offenses. So Michael Cohen is in some trouble. He will likely get significant amounts of jail time. Some of those crimes were his own personal crimes did on his own private time crime. I mean, the problem for Coen is that by cocoa and tried to have cooperate which means when it comes to the southern district of New York. He wouldn't sign a full cooperation agreement that details every crime he committed or offered details about all the crimes others committed. Presumably because who has that kind of time, you know, what I mean when there's that many crimes it's like you got to remember them. All you gotta get out your like your black ledgers where you're right down the Russian money. It's like when a clown is taking a handkerchief ebbs knows exactly just keeps going and going. He probably thought to himself. Maybe I can serve out my time in jail, and that would be shorter than talking about all my crawl my crimes, but we do know that Michael Cohen net with Muller seven times and that molar from the special cow. Counsel's office document was satisfied that he helped him out with a whole bunch of stuff. So this is a big problem for individual one Donald Trump coup conspired with him to commit campaign finance cramped..

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"johar" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"johar" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"It's so important because to think some and to read it off paper two different things when you call me up and you go i ate a bag of you see on paper is completely different hit yourself it's like some these stick of toothpick in your fucking soul in your heart that's the pain you get like a juggles johar low but when when you see when you read that you bombed oh and then you look back at the end of the month and then you actually figure out how many bombs you how many medium sets you had good sets yet like the percentage is a crazy what it does to your mind once you really commit to it and it's just becomes going to some camp for comedy and it's gone on the camp for anything whether it's football camp basketball camp baseball camp you know the last five weeks i went to basketball camp when i was in the eighth grade and actually had been doing the last five weeks i've had to be account 'table all my days i've had fucking do comedy flows days i've gone from the fourth wall to the comedy store main room you know what i'm saying like i've covered everything along the way from the ha ha to flap ruse to the improv i've been everywhere except the laugh actor so instead of if i'm so instead of worrying about what situation you put yourself in every possible situation every possible whatever happens tonight happens and you'll be ready for yes and the top off i also got on states to stay loose i had a couple people call me up and that would close to me and they've seen over the years especially at the store and they go hey hired you got a netflix special nothing nut when i was watching the night.

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"johar" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"johar" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"And in the story that will not die but it hit the wall street journal so we might as well mention it again the wall street journal says facebook really is spying on you just not through your phones mike and the story include see kind of cute kind of creepy odd little video i don't if you guys took the time to watch the video it well that's all i could see because i don't pay for the wall street journal which we covered earlier in the episode uh just ridiculously over priced so he is i did watched the video but i did not read the article in apparently there is a hack to get to wall street journal articles in its eat there might be 'cause i i read it yeah i read it the first time i saw it but this time is is coming up at it wants me to pay for it so yeah the apple news app will let you read the article by him only copy it out which is a pains i couldn't put any notes in here but yeah the long in the short of it is yes data is just data it or not the might it's what w it's exactly what we've said repeatedly every time we talk about that one little data point that i could had never really thought about and was new to me and i feel sort of naive for for this is that the loyalty cards that you use to restore they sell that data i had his chief johar so naive klina well i just at this never really thought about it i get you know in my mind i think they they only collected that a lot i only to i've not for um i it's for internal use for sending me coupons and things like that and really thought it all the way through that they sell that data and and at that i guess i hadn't connect the dots that that is another piece of this that that data must connect directly to your phone number which connects directly to your facebook account which nam yep yep yep yep that's why that's why when you sign up for a loyalty card you never give them your real phone number your real address and you can swap those yards all the time for freeze out.

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"johar" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"johar" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Though what are we going to do about this mike because now he has been his thundered and they're worried about now that we've done this of the these hijinks of foot races in the street espn is thundered innings worried about somebody injuring themselves and they're worried about the impending lawsuit when students forced him out pablos claimed asian racism which i'm not sure i'm understanding correction racism on the phone with delta agen racism very very good is i always to come to new york getting out of your sooner but asian racism this doubt the think you're accusing them of valley what have you heard of her on the phone inhaling asian racism is dealt though like good i had none of the advantages like mean when i was a raise from the conversation moon the asianamerican experience in a nutshell it would seem you'll raise from the screen yesterday the picture because we're so slow burgess mountain buddy buddy who were eric garner bud by by god were worried about you bother you okay hold vikings coach blood grant okay i've got questions ninety let's let the man live while announcing a questions and you tell me the last game that you coached in 1985 can you give me your best memories from that game thank you love grands everybody i was at what was the phone call like with bud grant i want to hear about this because our got such a funny relationship a bug she calls him a noisy me yang's up honor sam not doing it i don't make predictions i said please please please see that it's perfect the media will end this whole thing and he was like no i'm not julian his begged him i beg clear johar.

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"johar" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"johar" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Dad seventeen year i actually wanted people aged when i'm street age20 we out here i dunno if you guys have this but we out here had a hostess thrift shot only the of the host is outlets store it was cold host this thrifty arnold who wasn't called there wasn't like it it it wasn't euphemistically title it was called the hostess thrift shop because isn't there isn't there hostess manufacturer somewhere factory somewhat well was one out like easters something and then they were going to discontinue the twenty remember this earlier johar some polling but we had hostess outlet and i remember like passing those the rule rich for our blood but i'm thinking like first i remember him starts and they're sorta like comedic thoughts like how long before twinking go south like like those have a how like yeah they they were the other going to live cockroaches wet at what point do you decide this thing which is made of all petroleum jelly what does that go bad who design is nevertheless color host the strip shoppe what max man i feel like you've been in there i think i have been in there maybe they can middle school high school and can afford to pay full price for torrential too much we word we would go like we would eat the church spaghetti nights and stuff like anything that was his free in the us would go to the church to take their spaghetti answer i remember very clearly endo into a church with my mom and just eating free eight sums free why not i've a theory about host a shop about a lot of those are not expired but irregular in some way the package a little incorrectly or some sort of out of the down i was over one very curious this idea that has now go to the ninety nine cents store all that stuff uh we're not i favour i say this.

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"johar" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"johar" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Danny so such a good football player uh he just you know and you look up good football player in the dictionary his pictures right there beside it doesn't matter what it is on field pounds thirddown big play red area onside kick recovery whatever we need them do he's is this a tremendous better he really he just beat it so many big catches end up i saw he got to one foot in and then i just thought up on the big screen one time and he's got great hands and just a greater sense about where he's out on field so i mean he's he's made so many big place for us in this was huge and that you know without that we don't win so casper's are incredible play that cut from ballots i might be the nicest thing he has ever said look at look at second foot dealt with other that can fight is amazing christine johar debt is with home i mean i can imagine if you were on a trampoline like a new new dad is a remarkable athletic play to get that second foot depth just because you're momentum is not leading you in that direction that was really impressive i i just find it interesting how complementary spellcheck was words 'em in doha it was almost like a you never hear him say something like that about brady hammond old and get a lot of credit i think bella check knows they made a brawl go brady hogan an element of defense it the danny is danny has been an injury plagued godley you know i i thought yesterday i i i've been watching danny since he was with the rams i was like that's the best football game in his life he was unbelievable yesterday part return isn't getting any pub the one you're watching right now that was a twenty yard field changing that that's the second or third biggest play the game the punt return right before kickoff robert kraft is talking about what it would take for the patriots to continue this much success and as answer is here.

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"johar" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"johar" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Boxer but it doesn't really matter when you're two hundred sixty five pound gic cutting to six five near francis the technique you can get away with little more sloppy when you johar's punched in the world yeah so iepa unique steep as biggest issues steep pay doesn't use angles miep goes northsouth goes angles east to west ios goes forward song with garlic francis you can't really there's no room for error so see brain every fight gets it will allow story fight brought aided yet dropped yeah orlovsky you know you got hit jds he got hit many of times with france's you can't you just can't can't give haiti pay will trade one for one we'll france that doesn't work yeah you can't play that game so i don't think steep pay for 25 minutes can play that one for one and get out there live but i will say this i think if the fight goes pass midway through the second round steepen ones that fight because france has cancelled its early now i don't i don't let's get tired i i think you know ciba you'd style too but i i think steeper is going to have a health time taken down and i think from the sheer like power that france has has like when ouster tried to wrap nuts which ran you can see the panic announcers face he's like what duff during his nfl stronger he's crazy stupid strong yeah and you don't have the best technique but it doesn't matter at heavyweight really it does he hits so hard yeah alps roaring as burt technique than steep a ver doom francis had dealt out of water depraved actually over we actually thrown more precise punches.

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"johar" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"johar" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Lot uh there was there are still a lot of just incredible wonderful feelings i get in the and the africanamerican community about the church bombing case that with prosecuted when i was us attorney but i've also been there on other things enough spoken up uh for you know disadvantage minorities in this state all along so i think going forward i think it's going to be important to try to work with congresswoman theory soule who represents that belt area down there uh in um you know through a hail county in those boat counting those folks to try to get you know their education system up to s up to par to get the workforce development in there there's a lot of programs down there that i think we can work on and i think just being seen and being trying to be a partner as i said i would uh with those folks is going to be uh especially important i holding coalitions together is always a challenge because we know one coalition might not like something that another coalition does again i think the issue for me is being out there and being able to listen and learn in taking all of it in to try to find those areas where we can agree to move forward uh it's a fragile coalition i recognize that but at the same time i think that the state is also moving in a direction in which people are getting a lot of those divisive issues behind us and those coalitions are a lot easier in a state like alabama when you can put certain divisive issues assad and say you know i respect your opinion on that we might not agree let's talk about your kids education let's talk about your job and see if i can get johar wage let's talk about that healthcare because you know what you've got a parents or aunt and uncle or someone and in a nursing home you've got your own preexisting conditions let's talk about those issues and see what we can do to fix health care i think that if we focus on those issues and continue to focus on those issues those coalitions can stick together and hopefully build on one of the things on putts of american role was trying to do is encourage people to run for office and i'm curious about you.

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"johar" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

$hit Could Be Worse

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"johar" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

"One of the ten removal you could like mark like a million different people want yeah we'll all within fingers like finger distant years ago they had have gathered late all doing so much with our hands i am i glad that around like a daisy chain yeah that's how negative just like you don't like this i mean if you are a group is you could pick up a girl like a six pack of beer claw machine bowling bog a big fish oil now now we re penetrator like now i want people don't know there's a movie called reanimator and it's like a classic horror movie and it's like pretty fucked up like it's on like it's one at its was still one of my favorite harm movies along with under a frigate hooker you know i th i i love frank character frightening the role of civil away yes even though we leave they're very like kind of can't be but yet you know they're filmed really welford like at the time period they were done split the the whole thing about reanimator i think aca really want to see how you turn that into a porn because it's pretty fucked up scenario realize it can actually a one most outrageous axime in two thousand six zhou agent a band of the american internet within a week of it being up there because it has necrophilia tactically even though it's a reactionary corridors at the end it was bam off the american it we had a server the netherlands the hosts it is how necrophilia mutilation in penetration in the same shots i don't wanna give away too much right raton lied about spoiling johar harkabi that can i go happy that com yazd upset.

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"johar" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"johar" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"The other part that we need to figure out here um okay this was the first caller and he's worried about where he's supposed to have his wedding right this may be out of context of where we're getting some real real push back here my girlfriend live getting for a while we live together thinking about getting married and my future motherinlaw and i would argue about or case will the what i want to have it in dallas quorom from look to our girl follows born we have family all over the country her parents just slow too arizona uh she has a little bit of family out there but not much we would argue about it should i backed down and just the peatland motherinlaw or should i go with where her and i both want the what i what is your lady friend urges special lady want to get married uh uh she just want to stop ardo about it artfully she are on the binion's your marion right grow by the way i mean and handling like in life will you think i need to defend myself you wanna just you want to clean that up want address it i i was clean in the moment johar twist in my words the weird rear turning it into something if you heard the whole thing it was better yeah i said she doesn't have strong opinions on your wedding venue you made the right girl that's a real that's a real asset that is saying she's going around the world without strong opinions and that's what you should look for you know it to you just try and i know who you're trying to you madam e.

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"johar" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"johar" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It's gotta be frustrating for defensive players just just how skew the rules are to the offense and especially to the quarter while but what i wanna be but what i think is funny about last night's the gods is kiki kiko kiko kiko yeta ride geico geico alonzo mansard of that defied or not on what we deal with that just let's move on kiko alonzo and endemic in stu or taking out their frustration on ryan malott joe flaco because they're not allowed to do it to their own offense right it did with the other i would be a whole scandal you know really suwon little guys matt moore ashley ivan that's right and kiko lonzo wanted to do that to jay cutler but we'd make a big deal about it so instead they do it to flaco and we make and malott and we make less of a big deal about it you see har by after the alonzo hit like he wanted to go added john harbaugh with kiko i wish they had he was ready to go i wish they had garo put on the poll would you have liked to have seen where that kiko alonzo john harbaugh brawl would have gone it would have gone to the hospital with that all right john ambulance right all right john harbor rubber thumb ruling out all of that mike rise not show the ultimate warriors not sure harbaugh man all really johar law oh well that's the thing one of the things that's interesting about it being a harbaugh is you may indeed win but all that will be left of harbaugh is chattering teeth still trying to buy q i like that one's going to the end and you fight a hard bought at that put that on the podium o f you fight a harbaugh is it to the death.

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"johar" Discussed on Lip Service

Lip Service

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"johar" Discussed on Lip Service

"Nobody as did that me i was the original sexiest bitchiness typical every negga no i was gonna get on stage i as the day he was the first exotic the first firing i'm going on today are like in like she liberalizing foreign vision a club with exit and air when she came eleven hip flab and everybody's by oda access ot think no is not only ninety thousand five they accent israel she always felt like they ever changing like yet johar access fake shia my eyes to be like no she now i know are i see him up with a million times israeli before israel now you tried me let you know there's no but now for red thing is at folk rim on the focus is all about and i think that the world we live in a so many cup of katter's everyone it when it be this amy one look the same people too afraid to go what about what about our regionality bill you are be who you are and be the basis of what you do and be great and begrudges moved them on the way which is dubie look in the same agonists they have him at lausanne arguing fucking is looking at his house like god then what the good the bad debt my hair blonde because i swear to god our for like i look like every booths with our dark here i hate or is it a lot of girls at the blonde too much along yaowarat on look but with the brown here is is is we all the fucking puerto rican girls in the dominican girls will ice cream we will look the same i and then is not about the look to us about the swag right near gotta just have a difference swag like is always i ever everybody want to be on the same wave well everybody can't arguing now daschle there for you right now how does it mean for you to date after everything that you didn't been do people see it life.

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"johar" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"johar" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"We'd rather lose and bless johar by the way if you have made the decision that you are going to route full football team that said you know what na we'd rather lose by out dako you may that decision you give mad about everything is team breaks your heart left and right and the general manager of you'll squad is like fahd outbreak yard even walk out here about winning sarjayev that's the gel thought they probably your four they bring me here to care about winning a brought me here to give them three g is what the red white and blue by the way speaking of the jacksonville they beat the houston texas shanta mentioned that tom savage got pulled here's what top savage said about getting pulled i mean obviously never want to be replaced for profound butter cortines were better control prominent be ready to go to sokaiya have known for past four years and that's kind of would trim whose daily venture for four years are you serious no no no no shadow would that have been this could be your four ibi there has been allowed say the nfl before years now to be fair to him or getting pulled i think it's fair to ask the question is that did they bench tom savage or did they save tom savage is life because i'm not sure how much of what happened in that game had to do with tom's ed and i think the top savaged whack jan we've got here this is his fourth season he was with round two thousand fourteen so he's already got a pension.

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"johar" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"johar" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Is a person a selfstarters it's somebody you have the kasey like fire all it's funny johar's workers and your true competitors are not the individuals that you need to push uganda any professional organisations go to doug yuengling page via you can go to the golden state warriors you've got to chicago cubs the best players on the teams are the ones that or the hardest they're the ones you don't have to tell them to show up early you don't have to tell them to get extra treatment your have to tell them to get into the way will you don't have to tell them stay late to get extra shots they already know that those are the individuals when you find that individual if you have back or snow has that kind of mine said you know you can get the skills said to kind of basler release them up to a higher level the data bob passions forget about inner dry inuits you have to have you gotta have obsession because when you have asked the newly passionate about a lot of things you could have inner driver bottled water things but these individuals whether they're ceos of copies or athletes they're obsessed about one saying one thing only when they put their mind into that obsession then the inner drive com it caused that obsession is what's fueling the sewer you talking about the level of passion that results from a motion are we talking about something totally different because when i look at it elite athletes and things like that there are some people that get jazzedup before the game and there's some people that just sit there and almost look board on the sidelines i'm thinking you know guys like on the warriors we've watching here in the bay of course very recently there's a lot of guys that are jazzed up doing crazy hand stands or whatever and there's other people that are just sitting there with a towel on their head they just look super focused what are cleaners doing.

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"johar" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"johar" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"This gorgeous art and architecture and everything is walkabout so you really get to enjoy the atmosphere now like i mention i really have been enjoying this trip this whole travel experience but i'll be lying to fight told you this was like some sort of really relaxing vacation hasn't been it actually it's been pretty challenging maintaining your business working while you're traveling is no easy feat anybody tells you otherwise might have a different situation my consider line i have a different situation i have a small business we're it only requires them to work maybe there are sold per noor like a blogger or do you know coaching calls once a week or whatever it is that managing a large team than this might be a lot easier and i want to say that business model being sold for neuro running a very small team one two three people maybe there's nothing wrong with that that fits your lifestyle that that fits your goals that that fits what you want out of your business in your life then please do that will make you happy but if your business is growing for businesses a little larger if you have no more than a handful people working on your team things get a little bit more complicated johar deadlines fifth answer to more than just yourself whether it's a large group of customers whether it's other business partners whether other people on your team are accountable to each other like for example with us with our software businesswoman webinar ninja a lot of our teammates are dependent on each other so our developer really can develop unless they get the designs i from the designer that those designs of the implemented by a friend developer than wants a front end developers done with it the backend developers got to work on it what's all put together there's got to be some sort of server administrator this gonna put this up on some sort of server infrastructure to make sure that it's table.

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"johar" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"johar" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"But i'm sorry about that no i have as in that the most prolific sick elderly serial killer bartimeus runner yang in the flesh gonna shoot i hope that lady that keeps tweet new me because she says i used prolific wrong when i main prolific she thinks humming profound johar verse our noses nausea victory through a law now well what that was the by now in the by his there was a vampire wareham an alternate may will be done amrop mainline initiate ain't we better heroin in the future for sure we will figure a global warren or we foot because he's thing i revitalizing hillis i'll fake we will have goodell assault period but there's gonna be some damage to hunt here rubbing their already is but like yeah is it will give by the way i i see it is the earth has a problem and worry it so it's gonna take care of us i'm in one way or the other i'm i just i look at this is a speed bump in because in the ball munoz's meatball a speedbump because i feel like you know obama in all his progressive glory might a lotta leaps and bounds in his administration and yeah trump's gonna paul's or maybe said back i know it years is got in walheim especially acute before i hope i genuinely believe because i think a lot of people who voted for come out but i don't know who they are going to vote for i'll need once i see the fun candidate i'll i'll i'll have this conversation with uber as of right now it's eight to may i don't know people are very still very silence disgusting but they are the democrats on the left last time thought that they could sit home because there was no way he was going to win it's idea because they didn't like hillary now they know that he can win shara it almost don't matter who the candidate is as far as the people on the left the people on the left clucking come boat i cannot be worse donald trump.

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