22 Burst results for "Kabbah"

"kabbah" Discussed on My First Million

My First Million

05:39 min | 3 months ago

"kabbah" Discussed on My First Million

"Developers. use it. No i don't. I'm not a great camera. The pixels got amazing camera. It's amazing did. I don't know one person closely i saw. Everyone accepts if you have amazon in your in my group chat. You're out of my group chat for you're killing the group chat with your inability to like send pictures and and all that is horrible but i'm looking at pomp. It's awesome the app store. Thinks is cool. There's this other company that people were saying is going to be really quiet. I forget the name of it. You might remember it though. And it was like how to collaborate with your investors better. What was that called. Serve with a c come ball. I think that's the one i saw kabbah. It seemed okay. This seems way way..

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"kabbah" Discussed on My First Million

My First Million

05:39 min | 3 months ago

"kabbah" Discussed on My First Million

"Developers. use it. No i don't. I'm not a great camera. The pixels got amazing camera. It's amazing did. I don't know one person closely i saw. Everyone accepts if you have amazon in your in my group chat. You're out of my group chat for you're killing the group chat with your inability to like send pictures and and all that is horrible but i'm looking at pomp. It's awesome the app store. Actually thinks is cool. There's this other company that people were saying is going to be really quiet. I forget the name of it. You might remember it though. And it was like how to collaborate with your investors better. What was that called. Serve with a c come ball. I think that's the one i saw kabbah. It seemed okay. This seems way way..

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"kabbah" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

05:48 min | 4 months ago

"kabbah" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

"Can do this cleaning of my closets like the are really wanna. What's that actually about though. Is that really for me. It was that to prove some point to that kid and the tenth grade or to. My axe audit are awesome. I like. Is that really what i want now in my life. I really want that or does that to overcome some stigma that i've gotten stuck with so again. The starting point has to be some authentic game. Not some fucking we would call it in scotland some fish the old one of my now it has to be new and clean and clear become commodity. Eleven not only a certain kind of life but by committed to be in a certain can a human be and again. That's another thing that gets lost and confusion the kind of human being. You're going to have to constitute yourself. Is ted day today. Because as we all know. And this is a well-worn pass that a well-spoken above pass. I don't know it's well worn in terms of having been fucking walked but you have to be that purse you know. That's fucking phrase. Be the change. Like you'll have to be that person what person the person who lives that life that you say you asked them and you'll have to be that person recklessly and continuously in relentlessly even when those little or no evidence that any of that shit even works because being that person actually as the game ultimately you know some people say well. I want to triple my income. I'm gonna give you a little example. You're right because this is so fucking shallow. We are also want to triple my income. And i'll say why and say well you know i just i one have nice things okay. Why and usually that's where people are stopped. They say. I just i like nice things i know what i like. I deserve them have standards. I bleed which is all too shallow. Nonsensical bailey thought about targets or goals for a person's life but we'll go with the example of three times. You fucking income right so just think how much you make an thank kabbah three times that now anybody we inexperienced in this life. Tell you three times. Your income will mean three times your expenditures. But that's forget that for a moment. Let's pretend that you'll resist all of that and you'll just you know. Take a three times yet again. Most people think a lot of people think that three four five ten times during income would be a major problems over for you and in many instances and in many ways it would solve a lot of problems. But you're messing the reason why you even doing that. You see all of that income lit up money that you say know after is so that you can become someone that right now..

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"kabbah" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

Mala Wielka Firma

05:12 min | 4 months ago

"kabbah" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

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"kabbah" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"kabbah" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"Petite an on the show okay and then in the book. Do you give some advice. Kabbalah insights along with manifestation. I think because of the time of writing it. I was studying kabbah. I think a lot of cabalistic values will be are incorporated in the book. Especially in the chopper. That madonna was reading from. You are the manati which is all about you. Know questioning the consensus of the reality around you. Antiquing accountability and seeing the gorgeous mathematical patterns of you know times in your life that you thought were chaotic and dark and how they were actually connected to something bigger and kind of connecting to the bigger picture Because i feel like it's also about the second phase of magic when you're out of the beginners phase of just accomplishing the things that you want. And then you realize the material world is on illusion when you start to connect to the bigger picture things like rejection or the person you love not loving you back. All this type of stuff starts to seem very small and you start to think. Well what is my purpose. What am i doing here to help. People to share and kabbalah is really about optimizing our desire to share for the self alone and converting that into Desire to receive for the sake of sharing and that's a huge magical secret So yes and along with gratitude and mindfulness and you become more of a magnet of what you want. And i'm curious. Why do you think all of this combined makes you magnetic to attracting what you i think because it's because when we are in our default reactive state of.

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"kabbah" Discussed on Green Eggs and Dan

Green Eggs and Dan

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"kabbah" Discussed on Green Eggs and Dan

"It's the first time i had seen. That was was in japan. And i was like this is so fucking smart of just like. Hey when you're ready you ring that you just push the button and we'll be here whenever you need anything it rules. It's so good it's so good it makes so much sense like literally everyone restaurant every restaurant you right and i feel like the chains the like chili's and bj's stuff they they're starting to have those pads where you can just order from there but they're still like it's not as smooth yet a smooth and actually you know what restaurant last night and they had Initially like this idea that there's no menus they just have like the bar code thing you use your phone to take a look at like the you know your website. Whatever will open up the menu. Which i kind liked the idea. Initially but then the reason i hated it is because i'm very anti phones at the table meeting and i like to. I like to just turn my phone off. When i'm eating with someone and now you have to open it up for drinks. You have to open it up for dessert. You have to open it up for you know so it kind of takes away that that kind of charm that i that i like going to restaurants because it is like oh that is a cool idea. But i'm very much with you to of like. Oh if i'm at dinner or something i try. I do not want to look at my phone. You know like. I wanna just kinda be where here. Let's do this you now. We're dating ourselves by saying that. That's what we like to do. We're old so the connect to each other. You fucking boomers kabbah. But yet it bothers me out when servers servers are like. What are you doing like it. Just it's tough..

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"kabbah" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

05:31 min | 6 months ago

"kabbah" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Street from staples being played at the same time by the wnba game. No problem he goes to an occasional wnba game. I have no problem with that. But why would you choose that night. Not to go to chris's game in your town in your building because we already know it was on how we show. The camera would have never pay on it. We showed up to that. You know that was it because lebron was a little threatened because the clippers were also nearing nba. Dr ward near and muffin. He wanted to try to upstage the clippers in their own tail. By saying i'm going over here you will not live. Close the nigeria. They were getting into the nba finals. You know that. I don't know that because if it doesn't go down to my ad lebron doesn't go down. Wouldn't have been something. The clippers right. Now were in position to close out the nba final physician fishing excursions kabbah. Worry i was wondering the same thing about lagaan. J. showed up in game. But then i look harder closer. Wait a second. He's got a bottle of tequila. Under cri prominent position is called lobos. Seventeen gotta bottle of it off the break here today. Well invested in it. I did draymond invest. I think maverick. Yeah so i'm good with that but i'm not sure i got the bottle in there you'll see a wait. A second. is that not classic product placement. Do trying to advertise. Try to get demand in trouble. 'cause you're not supposed to bring you get it in there. I don't know he's lebron james. He can do whatever he wants to do right. Wow you got him studio la how did you. How did i get on it. I went to the garden. Okay when he went through the gate james in they check what he had wisdom. Yeah whatever. He does z. human yes petted..

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"kabbah" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast

Warp Lords Podcast

04:28 min | 6 months ago

"kabbah" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast

"She had transformed herself herself. Using denied live skill to turn into a member of the sisterhood And then you are all brought up stairs. basically in like Magical cuffs to be brought into them so you can kind of search. I guess confront them or at least be around while she talks in confronts them. I don't think you guys have a very clear plan on what you're exactly going to do outside. I think that rhubarb is gonna shoot it candidate out and shoot it out. Very that is useful in combat. That's my thing. Yeah i guess. I am right now at this very moment. But that's what are few mottos when in debt shoot out right up there with live live two-hour kabbah and that's there. It is and venus and scared guy died until the kebab. We have good. Like my sincere fidelity bobby give me. The top. eighty was another gallon. I that's close enough so we we picked back up. You are walking up to the front door and just as about Just as you are about to get ready to enter into this chamber. A huge fiery portal appears in front of you. The three of you see that large man That you have seen before that branded ami you see yes so you see the sun. God velka comes through a fiery sunlit portal knee. Goes all right kid. I do a lot of searching to find where you end up. And it took me a lot more effort than i was expecting this whole. This whole war against the false son is happening. Let's go son. And he grabs emmy. And you know ami starts kind of stammering and ring Again overwhelmed by the presence of god and he calls them boss at least three times than he looks back at you all and gives you a nod and he just and he just be safe my friends..

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"kabbah" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:25 min | 7 months ago

"kabbah" Discussed on Fore Play

"We'd become weak and pathetic and susceptible to disease. You're down batman and you too young. This isn't this isn't a midlife crisis but there's something going on. You know something happened. I last night and how opposite this is yes. Last night we had homemade greek. So we went out on the barbie and we fuck in. I had five kebabs of forks. Souvlaki with six cubes of slovakia. Each kabbah grace will do the math on that. That's about thirty pieces of pork. Then i had five pieces of pita bread that was also slightly just grilled and nice and nicely chartres. Then after all that fucking happen. I could barely breathe angel food cake if you've ever had angel food cake of course it's the best. Oh my god. Spongy and you know what i through on their i through fucking cool. Whip who whitman. I did i did fucking strawberries. And then the cool up wasn't enough. I got actual. I got actual like icing to put on their goddamn and then went home. I went home. I watched the movie. Luca and eat popcorn and this. I started this escapade at five pm. And i ended up a tent..

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"kabbah" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"kabbah" Discussed on KOMO

"In autonomous personally blocking the South bound highway 1 67 exit. 15th Street Northwest. Our next comma traffic at 7 44 Shannon O'Donnell as you're Komal forecast. Everybody has promised. It's been a pretty messy Tuesday out there lots of high water ways from the river flooding because of the atmospheric river in the sky. A lot of that heavy rain. Riding through again tonight into Wednesday morning before it wraps up on Wednesday afternoon snow level tonight 68,000 FT Sky High, but it crashes down to about three or 4000. Ft. Is things normalize on Wednesday? Regardless, it'll take a while to clean up. The rivers have to go back down. The landslide risk remains high. And if you didn't some skiing Avalanche danger Elrond high the next couple of days as well in the comer Weather Center, I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell star 54 degrees with heavy rain in the forecast for the next 24 hours. We should be prepared for More urban flooding and increased avalanche. Danger in the mountains come Oh Soo Romero has the latest region has already been soaked with heavy rains and now Carly Kabbah Chick with the National Weather Service in Seattle, says Let's expected because river flooding Bring an elevated landslide threat and also lead to localized urban of small stream flooding. And now avalanche danger has been added by the Northwest Avalanche Center, Kovalchuk says. What's not known is the full extent of what the river flooding will be. But she does say rain should taper off Wednesday. Romero come on Use State Department of Natural Resource is that with a budget proposal that Is hope to reduce the impact of wildfires. D N. R commissioner Hillary Friends says the money would.

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The Joy of Photo Contests!

This Week in Photo

06:10 min | 1 year ago

The Joy of Photo Contests!

"Welcome back to another episode of this week in photo him. Your Hose Frederick Johnson Today on the show. I got my friend Mr. Ori- guten. He's the Co. founder over a company called view book. They specialize in photography contests or has agreed to come on. Let me pepper him with questions about the state of the photo contest industry where view bug is has been where it is now and where it's going Ori-. Welcome to the show man how you doing in great. Something to see you here. You as well as long time to time agreed on. In person good to see you over the camera, I. Know I know I think what was the last time we hung out was? Was it over drinks and San, Francisco? That's right. Yeah, no, that was great. To, see you again. Good to see that you're you're you're happy and healthy? Your sort of withstanding or weathering? This whole pandemic thing is everything. Same Kelty where Downing San Diego. Everybody's working remotely but. no-one would everybody's doing well. Yeah, no, that's awesome. That's awesome. Okay, let's dive in. It's Friday. Respectful of your time here, so let's dive in so view Bug Dot com view bug dot. com is the name of the site that you co-founded. What's the origin of that? Why why a photography contest sort of software as a service engine? Restarted View Book Further Kabbah a little bit over ten years ago when My Co founder Jimmy being enthusiasts, photographers were getting friends Amoeba family. Saying Hey, you. You have a really cool photo. You should to this contest or to that contest, and they would send links via email, or like a heard about these other contests, and then, when looking at those pages or sites. Some of them look Dina. IFFY or Scammy I wasn't sure if I wanted to send. My image didn't know what was going to happen with the copyright etcetera so. Start talking about it. Where we thought that it would be wise to build a community where the contests would be the backbone of the community and make sure there's a place where photographer feel safe and comfortable joining contests while giving it an interesting twist were contest used to be only Samira photo and see if you will not. The way we do it, this moral forgets contest, but there's a whole community around it. So that was the initial thought. We need to solve that problem of not knowing the contents was legit or not. Let's make it a safe environment and build a community around. I love that I. Love that because you hit it right on the head, one of the one of the reasons I. See this a lot in own in the twit pro community. One of the hesitant. Or the factors that lead to hesitance to submitting the photos is because of that terms and service that go along with some of these more shady contests. You know there's like yeah. We have the the possibility of winning all these great prizes, but we own your photo and we can sell it, and you know in perpetuity for three thousand years. You, know all this for for for the chance of winning something that you're probably not GonNa Win Anyway Talk. About how view bug is different from that. We break it where we go completely the opposite. They're photographers. Always keep the right to their images. We cannot sell. The images sat at all and again. We're photographers ourselves. A wilder stunned where we stand on giving the rights of your images, and you mentioned it try. Contest you participate, and you have a very low chance of winning, so it's not only up about being top top winner and the contest we have a different type of disease of the image, and then it's really cool. We give you a lot of analytics behind your submission. The other images you can get inspired by seeing the galleries of the participants and there's boarding blind voting, so we can share with you where you're doing ranking our comparing university others enjoying your images like are they cannon arts or It's. So we make it fun interesting and as part of an educational process rather than the participation nor gone this process so. It's very different. Feel look and feel when you participate in our contests. I like that I. Like that that that like you, said the exact opposite of give us all your photos and we'll do whatever we want with them, and you're probably not going to win anyway. which kind of praise on the uninformed in the week you know those kind of contests. That's interesting. Talk, talk a little bit about the community side of it, so is it. Is it just as giant group of photographers in every now and then contests spouts up that they can compete in, but otherwise they're talking amongst themselves, or is there another sort of modality to it? So there's another one. Right now. Over three million strong members. So. Every day it's so inspiring to see that type of photographers are joining the community, and it's all types of photographers from board threats to landscape to architecture. It's unbelievable. Finally Photographers and We know there's different type of photographers and there's different experts at the friend John Russo. When you join view book, there's always between thirty to fifty. Different contests not are open for submissions, so you can really explore your great DVD's. We see a little for the referees that are experts for example at architecture, and they see our context, and they reach out to us, and they say you know. I never thought that I could. Join contest out four drinks, but I saw that contest and I got inspired. I try order now I'm getting a lot of people. Congratulating me on my portrait, so we tried to have many different types of contests with different themes and subjects,

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Everything You Need to Know About Skincare with Dr. Shari Marchbein

Diet Starts Tomorrow

06:43 min | 2 years ago

Everything You Need to Know About Skincare with Dr. Shari Marchbein

"Today. We are joined by Dr After Sherry March behind. She's a board certified dermatologist who is an adult acne and cosmetic expert. She's also the clinical assistant professor of Dermatology at Nyu School of Medicine. And just all around amazing dermatologists. Welcome thank you so much for having me. They'd give her came recommended by like one hundred different people. Yeah that is the greatest compliment. Yeah very serious and I hear even Ashley who'd been on this. Podcast told us you cleared her skin. All right. Did you do that you you just like she. She had acne issues right in the young just cleared up before her wedding within like a second wind and like like I wish it were magic. It's honestly a lot of hard work on the behalf of the patient truthfully and a really good skin care routine that includes prescriptions. and Okay so everybody who who comes in Kinda gets their own individual. It's so obnoxious. I really write it down and so I have to make sure. My penmanship is very good. Because then I tell her to post it in their medicine cabinet so everybody gets their own own individuals individualized carotene based on like what their skin looks like what they need because people have different combinations of acne and Rosacea and all these other things so everybody everybody needs something different. There's no cookie cutter so that everybody gets their own skin. Carotene and most of the battle is whether they do it or not. I also have to say for the listeners. Can't see you do you have amazing yourself. No Way I'm looking at four on blemish. They are wanting nothing. Well see well does a body good it. But I'm talking about that but we got some of that. I have adult female. Acne which is why. I'm so passionate about treating it and I use like five different things today for it and so what I tell everybody. Is You know like when we were watching the Super Bowl and J. Lo and looking amazing. We're like wow we WANNA be fifty is that it doesn't just happen. It's hard work. It's the same thing with skin care you know. We can't expect that overnight. Our skin is going to look a certain way. These are things that take months and months and months and you have to keep up with it. It's like going to the gym or doing anything else. Where you you want sort of a long lasting durable result but we want to start so anyway I have acne and my goal is that nobody should ever know that you have acne when you're on the right routine so oh you're you're just for the for the audience you? I can't even describe the fact that you're saying that you have acne gives me so much. Hope I like now I can improve my skin. I always sort of feel like Oh. This is like what I got like our good. Now go if you can make strides from acting to what you look like incredible so tell us how you did it. Okay well I say I am not perfect. I am not blemish free and I don't know pours it. You're you're sitting at table length away from me and I have makeup Kabbah so we all have imperfections. We should not strive for perfection and I think everybody needs to put down the magnifying mirror. Okay so like stop staring at yourself so closely. It doesn't we're not filters right people and we have to. We all have imperfections and we need to like run with those acknowledged that but I don't think that anybody has to live with acne so adult female Agni's very hormonal so often treated with a combination of anti hormone pills like spiral lactone. which is a pill that you take every day? Birth control pills. It can be really helpful for it. And then I do a combination of cream so like retin-a which is anti aging and awesome reefer acne and makes your skin glow and build Collagen is kind of the backbone phone of like an acne routine but then so many of us have concerns about wrinkles and sunspots so treats that also kind of do things that overlap. What about like what? The a person eats diet is definitely speaking of Diet Diet started. Her Diet is important but when we actually look at an answer sort of breakdown the studies looking at Diet and acne there couple of foods that we know can contribute to it. There are some small studies that way protein. So like a protein shake contributes to clearing acne or to worsening. Okay yes so things that we know that can make it worse so if you avoid these might make it better way protein which is in like protein shakes protein powders can contribute contribute to acne. So I always talk to my patients. Especially if they've got like a lot of chest and back acne they might be doing taking protein shakes. So we're talking about that and eliminating that and and then dairy and carbs so the best the best and I don't tell people to go dairy for your car free 'cause they like you'd be miserable. I'd be miserable. I was Vegan Vegan for a day and I hated my life. I've let me Superman and by the way I'm a vegetarian for like twenty eight. Years of veganism was just way too hard for even a day. It's a long time. It's is in dance so dairy skim milk. We've got some good evidence for that if you're somebody who drinks skim milk you might wanna cut that out because I can contribute to making acne worse. But we don't have good evidence for other forms of milk and then for the CARBS. It's basically high sugar foods so foods breads basically like you know any high sugary cookies cakes. Things like that that would spike up your blood sugar quickly. He can actually cause Agni flares in some people so it might be good idea. Continue to sort of consider avoiding those as well interesting. I do recognize that like when I eat like Healthier Augusta carbs but like like whole-wheat type of of carbon fibre. Like my skin just clears up also drinking water but it completely clears but then it also has to do when I am on unpack the time of the month right. It's interesting that the the foods you're You're naming this morning. I was thinking about how just like I feel like I always have a a little bit of like a gut not not like comments like fat or anything. But it's more like I always feel like I have like it's always kind of sitting there like not like a clear I can't I can't describe it like the bottom of my stomach always feels a little bit full. Yeah and I realized that that's because that's like more when I eat more carbs and dairy at. That's what gives me that feeling Lodo malls that you're feeling like permanent. Just it feels like there's something in there all the time so it's interesting that those foods are the same that caused both of those things right. That may contribute. And somebody WHO's sensitive so it's not for everybody tell everybody hey stop. Stop Stop carbs but in somebody who maybe has a lot lot of those foods which is more of a sensitive skin sort of breakout alcohol can make them flair and breakout. So we know that there are certain triggers that you want to avoid and that can help but yeah for the most part like changing your diet. A load is going to clear your skin so as you said. You're on a certain part of your birth control pill. Many women flare like mid cycle when they obsolete later right before during or after their period. You may notice that that happens. Even if you're on birth control pill okay L. or if you're not an and that's just sort of like a cyclical flair that you

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South Florida employees are going to work sick. Why?

Rush Limbaugh

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

South Florida employees are going to work sick. Why?

"Well some self for employees are sick of paying the price when they get sick Miami Dade commissioner Danniella Levin Kabbah announcing this morning she's filing legislation that would require any company that works for the county to offer paid sick and family leave to its employees this is not just a financial issue

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The Pixel 4 Has Issues and Google Seriously Needs to Try Harder

Android Central Podcast

05:20 min | 2 years ago

The Pixel 4 Has Issues and Google Seriously Needs to Try Harder

"You've had some experiences with your Pixel for recently and that got me thinking you know it's been a about a month since the phone was released and it hasn't gone so well for Google and is is this the year that Google kind of just seeds the fact that they're never gonNA make a phone that everybody wants like you've been sort of digging digging into this David trying to figure out. Why is Google so bad at this? Yeah and I talked on our show yesterday with Rhonda Mateo about this Little Morton. Ron's obviously of a similar opinion to me at this point his role. Yes came out you was frigging. It was it was like savage like the interview. I've ever read of any phone it. It was amazing when Ron really busts it out in hate something like you you really know I remember. I will never forget the time you reviewed the galaxy note ten point one. The original one and his final review photo at the end of the post was a picture of it in the trash He just really despise that thing so we talked about the the Pixel Four for a fair bit yesterday and like what Google Strategy is and I think one of the few no conclusions became too is like we're talking about. I think before the show started was the only league good phone it feels like Google do is the Pixel three a which is the cheap one like the specs. Actually don't matter like the phone where you're like well. It doesn't really matter what's in it. It's got a great camera and it has like unmatched with software and those are the two best things about the pixel but when it seems like Google increasingly tries to do a film that's more within that and tries to sit on the same like plateau is the iphone and Samsung Galaxy series. You end up with a phone. That just doesn't compare well like even when you look at one plus these days I think one plus is building better smartphones. Think Google and I did not think I would probably ever say that. Ah I mean Google still has a first mover advantage in that it. It always has newer software this year. The delta between Google having newer software and and like a company like one plus having it was was less than and in fact. Obviously the seventy relief that came out before the Pixel four with android ten onboard. But it's it's an odd thing and I I don't WanNa retread too much because every android podcast in the world has talked about this over the last month but here here we are and the thing that nobody talked about right at the beginning was that Google had the same endemic performance problems are the pixel for had the same endemic performance is problems as previous pixels and now you among other people are experiencing the same things right stuttering APP study stuttering camera slow. Slow APP loading General Janki nece across the across the board. That's very interesting to me because I've been all all over my pixel xl for being so terrible and all of those respects but my four excels been pristine this entire time. Yeah I mean like matter of just you are the unlucky recipients of a of a of a of a load file that's junked up or or is there something else going on as a wider problem. Yeah I don't I don't really know I mean the camera performance issues have really manifested in the last couple of weeks. I mean having having the phone for over a month now I've taken a ton of photos on it and I've really started in the notice that like especially when the features that I think is one of the biggest selling points of the phone has been the super This the new super resume and I use it pretty frequently and I just noticed how bad the Jank zooming and has become like. It's pretty brutal at this point for me. It it evens out but when you start up the camera like it's it's actively aggravating for me at this point I feel like I'm artem now with all these stupid phone problems but I've also had issues with Google maps getting pushed out of memory. All of my like you know my podcasting APPS and Like spotify and stuff not playing well but spotify. It doesn't play well on anything so that might be related Battery life has been tremendously. Hit or miss like somedays. It's seems okay some days it's like genuinely not good so we always see this Google's funds when they launched though this has been like the entire history of the Pixel brand their software issues that day. One can really seem pretty bad and eventually Google starts to like squash bugs but it does seem like there's a subset of people out there who pretty much have terrible problems for the lifetime of the device and I seem to have got them earlier than usual like last year at the Pixel three. I didn't have too many terrible problems. I didn't feel like but with this one. It's it's definitely been noticeably worse. I've had issues with the face. Unlock recently where it just sits there and basically spins like it's trying to recognize my face but it never says face on recognized it just sits there and spins and nothing happens and then I have to enter the pin or turn screen off and back on again and then it works like it stuff like that where. I'm just getting their things. Richest not a policy experience like you. You can really tell when Google starts rushing things out the door which is Kabbah does and I think after four years of this. I'm getting a little tired of

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"kabbah" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"kabbah" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The one car bills like he's a hall purposes can stock Kabbah push that and Ken was like in the middle is someone up introduced myself he was in this this sea of you look at the most call me excessive both the nicest guy not the guy sprouting horns like caramel in company it into such a lesson is what they do if you're the political target they're gonna make you look like you're from the pit of hell with extra sharp horns we've been to this way we've known at least so far to them like the Lincoln deal but no I don't don't have secret service call I'm just using historical reference I am seven sixty talk and breaking news on to your bottom line and that my friend you I'm awesome have the mortgage is so excited to help you that's why he sits with with you in mind is by the phone he's by the computer he is nonstop I don't when he sleeps right really his truly on top of every opportunity you deal directly with him you lie at Hampton mortgage is so I don't know that name as well well he's been around doing mortgages helping San Diegans thousands of San Diegans helping with their mortgage needs over the past fifteen years he knows San Diego he lives here is not an out of town guy he doesn't have this company has all kinds of other people we handed off to the representatives and all that now that said he has access to a large variety of lenders so he's gonna find what's best for you you have a lot of choices and here's the thing the holidays coming up your bottom line needs us a look at a refi he's closing loans in twenty one days imagine what you could do with the refinance get more money in your pocket the pay off some.

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"kabbah" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"kabbah" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Lum Edwards can meet him at the Post Office Kabbah love you were wrong the certainly and water as a bribe.

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"kabbah" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

12:37 min | 2 years ago

"kabbah" Discussed on The Property Couch

"Host of location location location Australia on foxtel's lifestyle channel and escape from the city on the A._B._C. and Ben Kingsley the Charity Council of Stralia and the founder of the two thousand eighteen company investment advisory firm of the year affects your the public cat for each week men at all. I bring you the inside his property bonnets. It's a money management. Welcome back. Thanks thanks for having me back on just love every time I get involved it back. I think I'll get involved five minutes before we start and our walk up and and just good to be here yeah well you just rock up and then all that <hes> wisdom Souza's outside hi. I'm Kinda guy hit me. What is it what he got haggard? Was the quarter Tom the school between frail and John's fifty paid about fifty one fifty two what a rocking guy not football on deflector Bookham Day July second Tom Around Bookham Day is smart. He's got a second book doors if he or she already has at two books like let us know who they wanted to go to book stage. I Don I close to being in the latest now a double check that fall within Kuwait UNBE Open Dodge Jackie speier spirits bureaus doing really well on this beer out a couple of things <hes> been one thing really we had a really great women lots and lots of love teaching people so we're going to do an uncle tomorrow <hes> so if anyone wants to be part of that will be Lincolnshire Nights on <hes> how to build a property portfolio chiquet public property portfolio been since nine for a book. We're going after three secrets in a recovery markets so that's a good one. If that's you flex and and of course we have gotten announcement coming up on how we could maybe get the money smarts book into your hand for free so if you at a member of vacuum unity formerly going to the homepage download that chapter that'll get you have been yes <hes> I just wanted to know if anyone who wants to share the love and the probably catch if they watching listening listening to have podcast on divorce if I could take a screen shot of the episode listening to maybe share that through socials have you check this out and then maybe tag us <hes> we'll <hes> we'll keep an on that. That'll be a good why I spread the would <hes> maybe even a selfie whatever it takes but if you just want to screen shot shag US share yeah that that's your community that it'd be very much appreciated that help us spread the word get more people amongst they guy fawkes. If that's you we love you help hi. I'm online sent me and things that I've been thinking about this in terms of the segue into the compensation that we're GonNa have with today's very special gifts and one of the things that allow of about Courtney will introduce socially is that she is a woman who seems very mature for I and was able to put them all is the delayed gratification so Steve Jobs said these been and all sort of a bit of a leaky. Your time is limited so don't waste living somebody else's law and what I do now that is when there was some tough decisions issues to you might be younger and to make a choice of whether they would actually invest in the future all I would do whatever else is doing been living someone else's law and spend it on the here now die made the decision to do the former Yup and I'll think they are the beneficiary of that. It's <hes> without any further ado introduced today's very special guests courtney to write welcome to the catch having mean you're welcome now. One of the reasons we wanted to get you on board is because you have been a longtime listener of the proper cash for some tell them but you've also implemented the fundamentals. We've been talking about on the provocation. I thought it would be great for a couple of reasons one because you're in a demographic of people who probably maybe starting to think think about well. How does the money story fit for me but also you made a lot of sacrifices to to be where you are so I think there's simony awesome lies to your story ten to kill off? What what are you tell us? What money was lock in? You'll hassle growing up yeah well. I grew up in the in a West suburbs of Malveaux well to be on. This is kind of a new tem. Isn't it like back then just a western seven. I grew up <music> Alvian which is right next to sunshine so is hunting came with the time connotations <hes> but my dad was tried eum. I mommas estate working off. We had one wage so quite often my mom would <hes> we're more younger than we go to school. We'd be like getting the bus one day. My mom would be driving us one day. I used to be like I don't understand why can't you drive us every dying but eventually realized that should be rationing hanging out petro money or whether she has money for bus ticket that day so I remembered a very early I think that's exhausting company. Just drive <hes> so that was kind of like my best left introduction to like how money works and I can I get the bus can be driven to school <hes> but there was no commentary ran to learn that observation as saying hi a lot to share with you the fact that I'd love to sign we could use the Cairo all the time but we can't because we don't have enough money to USCA proud and the surrounding I wouldn't say Providence. I just think it was really just assumed kind of like the wouldn't be any secrecy around that. She blackhall gotten a petrol in the car. He's a couple of bucks. Get the bus all off gotten our change. We've got petrol. That's great but I'll try to school. Sorry it was implied what was going on and I understood what was going on but <hes> those nevertheless at compensation up front about money discussed with your mom and dad openly around all you will not not really like my my dad was to his credit hit a lovely man. He was very hard work a semi. My observation was my dad went to work and he was a trade he came home used study. It was hard work and money was hot so that that was kind of <hes> my introduction to it but but to be on she we never really had huge open conversations not until I was a little bit older like maybe when I started my job renting will earning repipe mortgage my parents in the house they pay cash the lucky up so the hard work was so there was a saints that we want something which is great yes and we would say about that and then pay cash also didn't date Sivy honest. I'm pretty they voted off. My grandmother and I paid cash to every Christmas. I imagine that <hes> so it was kind of like a pay dancing. They weren't afraid of debt. I do remember we didn't extension so they do takeout alone for that <hes> so they are very proud people. I was like culture quarterback Kabbah exactly how yeah I don't think those any fear around yeah or anything like that but in saying that there wasn't a huge emphasis on off. Do you pay off Hugh Mortgage Similarly <hes> so that you know talking about savings and that I think the the biggest hist piece of advice I got from my dad was when I started working. He was just like save some rainy day and that's a great quite bit of advice to but to a sixteen year old girl who wants to go out and by the new machines this sort of emotional national connection to that life ranking civil yes sir. I really wish he added giving me a little bit more. There's still a little bit more gotten hurt what it does exactly exactly so so what what what impression you talked about sixteen year old early money behaviors lock as a result and how did you find your money path. Well I think when I had a working on job at the mouth and Kyw like selling tickets rides and I get a big lump sum of money at the end just go down the chaplain train and just bloedel that that was my first experience with money living in the West Yep you're going work at the Royal Melbourne showing Arlington all the way Chapel Street to get the BIS Melvin so yeah and to be honest. It's completely head for fifteen or sixteen to be paying. You know two hundred dollars per pair of jeans but I went to school. <hes> outside of my suburb in Maryland on. I went footscray city college where some kids were coming from wealthier families so I was like back. Why come I have those genes so and I knew if I had to if I wanted to Shane's a hat to go and buy them because my work for them because my parents couldn't afford to get me Shane's I've got the target chains pressure yeah absolutely thanks for that because I grew up in <hes> in Perth in an album equivalent which was a suburb cold Palmilla Coonana village people listening in Perth and so I I grew up in a very middleclass family but probably on the lower end of middle class and remember everyone was getting the editor 's rhymes and ought to get the campus which is the good ones and then my mom insisted that I get them to so as to the problem with that theory as well? It's intimate it's upright them so that for wound some money behaviors in my mind that took a little bit of Tom to undo the best the only war the best on Sundays and whereas now you Sean Mike show that instilling the kids that you don't have to white for special occasions you can enjoy your things but you know so you're going to plan for them. On I seventy nine in cars go to talk about that mentality of quarantining and planning for the mode enjoying the nail or something that will need to come a hundred percent and I feel I come in a way I was his after the same like when I look back at my ten years is and if you tell it the amount of money blown close you it's obscene but I've seen for seventy. No I and I think that's the the norm for most girls you have to think where nearly everyone's target market you kind of almost raised as a consumer and it some it takes a little bit to undo that but when when you get older and you realize how how long it takes two and that money will how hot it is and that money you kinda think. Actually you know. Maybe I'll decide on the things that really do bring me joy. I'm really do enrich my life and I'll reserve my money for that and you know what. I'M GONNA wear target tots but I'm I'm. I'M GONNA pay for Guitar Lessons Because that really brings me joyal. It's something like that and that's it's ready to have that maturity that I saw the same thing for the goal is it was fraud. I not drinks and senator unawed drinks town to knock club. The spirits were in a three dollars fifty money back is rotting terms. The pulse were probably a dollar twenty so you could go and blow fifty or sixty dollars on inaudible up and that was e but that was what you did you really. I mean when I when I was seventeen I I was working. Nilly fulltime in ice cream stole so I had more money than all my friends it was a it was a weird sort of situation and you know with that came served shouting Iran because they can't afford it. Everyone's best friend <hes> but you know you realize pretty quickly how that plays out so you off new for sometime..

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"kabbah" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"kabbah" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"Our next rest you. Is one that's a big controversial. And I don't know how you guys are gonna feel about this. But when I read this story at kind of understood where the person was coming from. I would like to throw air Kabbah do on the courts, okay. On this side of the delegation to see how you guys feel about. This story is Erica body responded to criticism after she appeared to support our Kelly onstage at a concert insta- Kaga on Saturday night. Her comments came amid abuse allegations that surround the arm be star following the broadcast of the lifetime documentary surviving are Kelly earlier this month in video of the concert obtained by teams E. She says, I'm sending a prayer right now for our referring to our Kelly. A hope you sees the light of day if he's done all those things that we've seen on TV and hurt those ladies talk about a hope he's the light of day incomes. Forward as the audience booed by do continued. But y'all say F it that's not love that's not unconditional love. But what if one of the people that was assaulted by our Kelly grows up to being offended themselves? We're gonna crucify them. How do we do this just something to think about she? Then went on the Twitter and kind of clarified her statements and says, I love you unconditionally that doesn't mean I support your porch choices I want healing for you in. Anyone you hurt as a result of you being heard is that strange to you? That's all I've ever said anything else has been fabricated or taken out of context. I'm interested in seeing what you guys think about this. So far, I can tell you the delegation seems to be a little bit minks Tonj is saying rescue her ruthies. Nope. Sis we ain't doing it Simone says by do lending at I throw her away. Here's is we don't have to. Cancel her. What's thing? As long as you went about that all the wrong way. Furnaces girl. No, we are not rescuing her. We are drowning her in that we knock on drown her personally. But I'm just trying to rescue her. Do you guys won't okay? Initially just wants to know can't swim. I cannot tell you like if we are going to really be like about this. Rescuing people live technically speaking we have to take into consideration. The series weights of the following words. And that is hurt people hurt people, and I do think to see Justice served with our Kelly would of course, be it's e him if he, you know, I I guess I have to say legend beside get sued Jonah. I can't go to jog at two men. He is in need me allegedly. If he allegedly did all of those things, then we have to really take into consideration the reality that he needs help like serious serious help. And of course, his victims need help like in. Of course, he needs to pay his price to society and to these victims. But I just wonder are we so enraged by what he did that we would rather just exclusively see him punish a not punished and healed. And I just wanna know. What you guys think as we didn't yell says as a victim of sexual abuse. That was not the ways you should have handled that at all she appeared to have more concerned for him than the victims..

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"kabbah" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"kabbah" Discussed on KQED Radio

"She wanted to join I walked on campus. Everything was green and the flowers are blooming and everyone was outside you'll playing frisbee or just reading and spending time with each other. And I thought, wow, this is what I want. She won one of wash us most prestigious scholarships, and she loves it here. But sometimes she feels out of place. She says it helps that she gets together every week with a group of other students from families like hers one day when I was there. She told that group about an uncomfortable exchange. She'd had with another student they were chatting, and when she mentioned her family's modest income. He looked established gigantic and said, Wow, I've never met somebody from below the poverty line before. And he said you dress some well, and you speak so well, other low income students I talked to. To say they can sometimes feel invisible. Masud Kabbah is one of them. She's a sophomore from Columbus, Ohio. I heard my sweet Mace talking in the bathroom and there were like, oh my God. Are there actually any four students in the school? Like, I never knew like, I never talked to anyone, you know. Like, I can't even tell you that I was just sitting there and I'm late you guys basically live with me. And like the just were not aware. Masud was such an impressive student. She wanna Gates Foundation scholarship that covers ten years of higher education. But when there are almost no students like Masud at a college that college is doing a terrible job promoting social mobility. You can't produce a lot of bottom to top success stories if you have almost no one from the bottom to begin with. And here's the thing students from poor families who get a chance to go to an elite college like wash you end up doing really well here strong Friedman. So what we find in the data is that the students from poorer backgrounds who attend elite schools do essentially as well as students that attend those same schools from much much richer backgrounds. That is despite the very strong dependency in this country of kids outcomes to parents incomes in general that almost entirely disappears. Once you look at students. At an individual college. In other words, a school like wash you could be doing a lot to promote social mobility in this country. If it took in more students from poor families more than half the students from poor families who go to wash you end up in the.

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"kabbah" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"kabbah" Discussed on KQED Radio

"She wanted to join I walked on campus. Everything was green and the flowers are blooming and everyone was outside you'll playing frisbee or just reading and spending time with each other. And I thought, wow, this is what I want. She won one of Russia's most prestigious scholarships, and she loves it here. But sometimes she feels out of place. She says it helps that she gets together every week with a group of other students from families like hers one day when I was there. She told that group about an uncomfortable exchange. She'd had with another student they were chatting, and when she mentioned her family's modest income. He looked jive jockeyed said, Wow, I've never met somebody from below the poverty line before. And he said you dress so well, and you speak so well, other low income students I talked to. To say they can sometimes feel invisible. Masud Kabbah is one of them. She's a sophomore from Columbus, Ohio. I heard my sweet may stocking in the bathroom. And there were like, oh my God. Are there actually any poor students in the school? I never knew they're like, I never talked to anyone, you know. I can't even tell that. I was just sitting there. And I'm like you guys basically live with me, and they just were not aware. Masud was such an impressive student. She wanted Gates Foundation scholarship that covers ten years of higher education. But when there are almost no students like Masud at a college that college is doing a terrible job promoting social mobility. You can't produce a lot of bottom to top success stories if you have almost no one from the bottom to begin with. And here's the thing students from poor families who get a chance to go to an elite college like wash you end up doing really, well, here's John Freedman. So what we find in the data is that the students from poorer backgrounds who.

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"kabbah" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"kabbah" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Earth cruise. That's right, folks. It's the flat earthers crews, by the way, if you're going on the flat earth, crews do not mention anything about nautical navigation. How do you think they're getting on the cruise and making it safely? They wanna be. Flatter others. Who believe the earth is still a large disk may be shocked to find the ship's navigation is based on the spherical planet. You know, that not a single one of these people believe that the earth is flat. Not one. Now, one single one of these people believe you're at this five they just want to be part of something that is getting attention. And so he can argue with people that the earth is somehow flat. No one believes it. Just like no one believed OJ was innocent. But it was a good argument. Started Kabbah admitted here's Mike in Sacramento. Mike your cat. Go mike. How are you? Yeah. I think Cortes what does she the one that wanted to give everybody free college? Yes. That's why she's doing that. She wants to go out to the millionaires take all their money, and then she can get everybody her free college. Right. Beautiful plan. Mike. Yeah. She's pretty smart there. L, pat. Yes. Yes. Yes. Right. And I got one thing. I wanna ask if the truck driver. Yes, I see four to ten cars every night with their tail lights off in their headlights on. I would love for those people to call up from the companies that made those vehicles do that. Or from people that have those cars and say is there a button is there a switch. There's supposed to put those on that they have to do now. And they do it because they see the headlights on. Genius person said, hey. Tail lights off when the headlights are on and let them push a button or switch. How does that even work? I didn't even think I could turn my headlights on without my tail lights coming on it. I understand the tail lights coming on. Yeah. Maybe being off until you realize it you turn them on. Right. What genius is these companies came up with that right idea to have your headlights on your tail lights? Don't come on somebody please call in that smart about that. Yes. Now, I would love to hear the answer. Someone will call up Mike Yuki wad, you you can bet someone will call up with an answer on this. I don't know how we do it. But someone will always always be an expert calling up to answer these questions. So I would stay tuned. Stay tuned for that. I just want to know what they have to do to make those work. So I can yell at people out my window and tell him to push the button to switch do whatever they got to get their tail lights on right? Be safe out there on the roadways with that. Ray come on now for people like my going to begin guys in the big bigwigs gals in the big rigs, Mike, thank you. We'll see if we get an answer. Mike. All right. We'll see what happens there. Nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty one eight hundred eight three or four fifteen thirty. This this cruise with the flat earth society, or whatever they call themselves would have to be I would say one of the most annoying. One of the least desirable cruises that I could ever possibly imagine going on. But that's just me. That would be. I just can't imagine doing this. What what what would be if you were to think about this for a moment here? What would be like the least desirable? Cruise. You can imagine going on like for me. It could be like, you know, cruise with the ladies of the view. Cruise with the ladies..

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Dominion does not expect U.S. court order to hold up Atlantic Coast pipe

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

01:22 min | 3 years ago

Dominion does not expect U.S. court order to hold up Atlantic Coast pipe

"Male news at six thirty good morning, I Barbara bread Montgomery County school superintendent Dr Jack Smith promising to step up efforts to install security cameras to all county school buses that following the arrest of Montgomery County school bus driver APN Kabbah go on charges of sexually abusing a twelve year old special needs girl that. Assault captured on video on the bus a federal appeals court has thrown out too, key permits for the, Atlantic coast pipeline environmental groups in Virginia say the ruling by the three judge panel of the fourth US district court of appeals means that construction should be halted on, the six hundred. Mile natural gas pipeline but dominion energy the lead developer said it will work with. Federal agencies to resolve the courts, concerns if you work at. The Pentagon take off that, fit bit a new Pentagon order, says military troops and other defense personnel it's sensitive basis will not be allowed to use fitness trackers or similar phone apps that could review He'll their location checking your money the Dow opens the day at twenty five five oh two the NASDAQ had seventy eight sixty, sports sponsored by. The Virginia lottery the Natsios the Braves this afternoon owes take on Tampa Bay tonight. Both teams were off yesterday the, skins preseason opener this week. At the patriots up next, traffic and weather is mornings on, the mall continues on one zero five point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington's mall WMA.

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