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"kaieda" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

04:31 min | 2 months ago

"kaieda" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"kaieda" Discussed on Passive Income Project

Passive Income Project

04:34 min | 2 months ago

"kaieda" Discussed on Passive Income Project

"Kaieda discussed the mind points from block. She wrote on her website. Kite soon dot com. Todd my money hurdles and he is somewhat we delved into why she went into business for herself while she was five months pregnant and how to apply out the big decision she made in two thousand seventeen that led to a gigantic sparking income to use light and eventually pushed beyond the million mark how she managed to crawl out from under fifty k. Tax bill in less than twelve months and this simple question. She used to reframe her resistance to lending about money in a business and eventually start to actually look forward to tax return. Talk so look if you starting any business or you're already in business but struggling to mike meaningful progress. You're gonna find this conversation really inspiring so hope. You enjoyed this as much as i did and enough for me. Let's get into it tight. Welcome to the show excited to be here. Thanks having me. i'm an clubhouse and one things we discussed you talked about an idea. Which was i can finally replace my perfectly good pillows. I said i think. I got to the point with my finances where i was replacing perfectly. Good pillows cushions with new cushions. Me that was like he pitted me of financial wellbeing. Like when you're literally looking around your house you need nothing. And you're looking at that cushion and it's fine. There's nothing wrong with cushion by another cushion..

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"kaieda" Discussed on CFR On the Record

CFR On the Record

05:53 min | 3 months ago

"kaieda" Discussed on CFR On the Record

"Morning everyone thank you for joining us. We're lucky to have with us today. To first rate scholars nellie lahud and daniel byman from contributed fascinating article in the new issue of foreign affairs specifically to the cover package on the war on terror. You have their short bios. I won't bore you by meeting those back to you instead. Let me tell you a little bit about why. We chose to feature nellie and dan in this issue and why. We doesn't join a day. In the field of terrorism studies nellie has distinguished herself through her emerging in primary sources especially a trove of al qaeda document that us special forces seized during the twenty eleven raid on the compound in pakistan where osama bin laden hiding milly has spent years translating analyzing documents really getting into the head of bin laden is close associates than his family. We're gonna hear about what she's learned. daniel byman is by any measure of one of world's top experts on terrorism and counterterrorism. He started his career. As the analyst focused on the middle east almost three decades ago he later served on the staff of the nine eleven commission and the staff of the congressional inquiry into the nine eleven tax. Then there's a great deal about terrorists but he also knows a lot about counter-terrorist just as nellie has done inside the minds of jihadist. Dan has immersed himself in those psychology and sociology and politics that shape and fight against them. So nellie and dan thank you both for joining us. Welcome When we started planning this issue we knew that the theme would resonate owing to the anniversary of nine eleven We had no idea it would be quite so relevant events in past months. Have i think giving everybody a kind of Dejean ru Afghanistan taliban al qaeda safe havens counterinsurgency counterterrorism. These were topics that for years dominated. Our field And fill the pages of of our magazine in recent years. They'd sort of receded a bed for reasons. We'll discuss they've obviously come willing back. We'll get to afghanistan soon. But i wanna start with nine eleven itself Nellie in your article you call the nine eleven attacks a pyrrhic victory for al qaeda you call it a catastrophic success for bin laden. Can you explain what you mean. And thank you justin. I the on to be of this event. And also that my article features in the issue commemorating this solemn occasion and of course delighted to be sharing this ritual panel with you. Dr buying the details of what happened on nine. Eleven are widely known but bez repeating that on that day. A non-state actor of kaieda inflicted the deadliest foreign attack on the soil of the world superpower and nearly three p..

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"kaieda" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:52 min | 4 months ago

"kaieda" Discussed on Fresh Air

"So bin laden was hiding from people on his own compound. These two guys that were working there are sometimes described as bodyguards. They were really much more than that. Right yeah i mean you know. Bin laden didn't treat them particularly well. One of the interesting things that comes out of these documents is how how angry. They were about You know basically. They were being paid one hundred dollars a month. In in currency bin laden always always been something of a miser and they were taking these an almost risks looking after the two worlds most wanted man and his family members and they were very concerned they were concerned that they would be found. They were telling bin laden. He couldn't bring additional family members into the compound. His third wife who'd been living under house arrest in iran showed up and bodyguards. Said they wouldn't go and pick her up and bring her into the compound in the end. She appeared I'd the compound against Sort of the the better judgement of the bodyguards and bin laden was at one point. She wrote a formal letter. Two bodyguards on january fifteenth. Two thousand eleven few months before he was killed. Saying you know. I understand that. Our disagreements become so profound that even though you live on the same compound. I'm writing you this letter to kind of acknowledge what we've agreed which is You know let me find new protectors and of course bin laden would also have to leave the this. This compound that he so catholic planned with it's eighteen foot walls places to go somewhere else because the the compound itself was registered in a in one of the bodyguards name so his relations with with the two people who are really keeping al qaeda On him afloat Really beginning to fray in the last several months of his life. You would think someone who you relied so so many ways on to keep you safe. You might pay a little better and treat a little better. I mean the compound was registered in their names right ed. They burned their own trash there right. They grew a lot of their own food. Anybody ever leave. What did the kids go to school. The kids were home schooled. Do you know one of the kind of interesting things about the book is the extent to which bin laden's two older wives pillay such an important role in his life because two of them have phd's Which i think might be surprising to some to some listeners who may sort of assume that bin laden was not going to marry kind of highly educated women One had a phd in child psychology and other one to gain koranic grammar and so they were the two older wives. Were homeschooling kids. And they've been doing this for years even before but before nine. Eleven bin laden like afghantistan bin laden was sending his kids to school before nine eleven And these wives were also playing an important part in kind of helping bin laden. Think through complicated. Strategic problems related to kind of the future direction of kaieda. There was no internet access. There is that right. I mean could watch television. Listen to the radio. They could watch Aljazeera on satellite. Tv and bin laden washed a lot of out zero. Because of course he was kind of a news junkie..

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"kaieda" Discussed on Pop Culture Gamers

Pop Culture Gamers

05:55 min | 5 months ago

"kaieda" Discussed on Pop Culture Gamers

"Yeah but it's a really good soundtrack is made it quite how to put it quite an i. Yeah a lot of. It's quite hubbard. But it also builds pay x. Quite a bit. This one graphic. You've not seen a movie heavier. it's one is what happened on my radar for goodness how you really need to see this movie because a scientifically accurate to what we saw of. No i mean obviously the takes scientific liberties you know towards the end to various different bits as well. But obviously i'd say ref- relativity features very heavily on this because basically a wormhole opens up to it or the galaxy whether is a black hole card guy. Ca- don shula and a very saw hidden and depleted nasa a stratified plummets thereby guy could call. It is because the diet. that's nari bathroom. Kandahar is water for group of people who go into this a different Different galaxy to look for planets suitable for here but life and they land on. This plotted is covered with water. The saudi like about a foot deep saw affect who i listed here. It is a bait and it's just like the the you know going on in this music. i'd has seen bits music to it. But because of the proximity of the plot to the black hole taibbi is distorted. So you know the the fairy if you're in a gravity well The all the gravity well distorts space. Tie bed the the slow time will go so we know this to be true because if you have an atomic clock that synchronized with water and he said what it is space of what on the ground. The wanted space will actually run slower. Which would which is why You know nasa whoever does the. Gps satellites after cape reset. The clocks chaired the the orientational. The clocks right to worth because with the wise. Gps wouldn't work so we know it's true. You know i just. I predict today. Eight spayed demonstrated you know in real life to happens. So i said to every one point eight. Three seconds is boo boo is the soundtrack but what that's actually signified is every time. There's a boo so that is what day. Pass it on earth. our isn't it. Yeah but it's it's all of that stuff that goes on in a lot agreeing to it. There's a lot of actual sort of church all good kaieda music as well. But it's a great soundtrack. I think it's probably what about favorite was easter interesting. Whitworth going are going to be discovering that. I recall all of my a collection on disks. I'll be looking lincoln to matrix on the and is about ninety two to sale and this one guy going to seven copies and from the states and yet is a copy scarring so two hundred sixty nine quid. tracing it. i know it is like Keep good feedback because they do pretty much more pressing big many say just the standard one for the matrix on them yet. He's twenty two forty seven. That's the red and blue with you. You're gonna have no that that's just a normal record. She's written blue. Yeah yeah sure. I've got the boy yet. It yeah think you mentioned on the show completely forgotten completely forgot the. I've got that one. A so good retard as well as i might not enough because i was looking at the the picture disk with the audit which you site. Yes coming out on twitter. I was talking to each copy of that great. Yeah well yeah. Because i know that sometimes sal quality is not quite as good on nurse wants to put jeopardy speaking. I tend to be heavier book. I just like picture discs. Thank you refrain in this as well..

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U.S. Leaves Its Last Afghan Base, Effectively Ending Operations

World News This Week

02:05 min | 5 months ago

U.S. Leaves Its Last Afghan Base, Effectively Ending Operations

"Us military has left barham airfield in afghanistan as part of the troop withdrawal abc news. Chief global affairs correspondent. Martha raddatz visited afghanistan and spoke with the general overseeing the pullout we are flying over bog rem airfield once home to thirty thousand. Us troops now nearly abandoned the jets gone. Nearly everything gone. This is what packing up. Twenty years of war in afghanistan looks like the. us had a mission when they invaded afghanistan. Right after nine. Eleven to denial kaieda a base of operations and deter attacks on the us homeland from taliban safe haven but two decades later the taliban remains and the biden administration is drawing this mission to a close four star. General austin scott miller is overseeing the withdrawal. He has spent nearly nine of the last. Twenty years on deployments and is now the longest serving general in afghanistan at three years. Paramount is is safety and security of the troops. You've gotten a ton out already. How do you assure that they're safe. Clear objective is not only safe but an orderly withdrawal. If there are attacks we certainly have the ability to respond to those. But as american troops depart fear that large swamps of afghanistan are falling back into the hands of the taliban despaired of attacks dramatically increasing. I've been in kabul here several days. Talk to a lot of afghans. They're very concerned that the taliban will move into coppell. How likely is that. I understand that concern. It goes back to Trying to understand the security situation Across the country if you go back to what the taliban's objectives are they want to take over and so some point. There's a you know that implies at some point they are in kabul

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"kaieda" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

04:53 min | 6 months ago

"kaieda" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

"You early experience yourself through the reflections of other people reflecting back on you so if you just exist in a complete vacuum of you know there's nobody else that do you really know who you are because you can't get kind of the response and that sort of thing and and that's interesting as well and i think starting to come back to found families but it's it's almost like when you choose the people who are there to reflect back to that is it's kind of your choosing yourself because you want to see things see yourself in a certain way and sometimes maybe we choose the people around us because they see us that way like you. You don't want to choose your you know. We all have tony relationships in some way or other without parents and maybe i don't wanna see myself the way that my parents sees me. Maybe i wanna see myself the way this frenzies me and so on and and i think that's that's really important for all kinds of conversations around identity because how can we. Yeah it's that processing of how can we really know who we are is how i'm seeing myself. What about how other people will seeing may in and all that kind of thing. yeah. I actually love. My favorites are tras. Sort of thought. Experiment is is the person looking through the keyhole who is sort of looking through a keyhole at something happening inside a hotel room. Say our room and the person looking through the keyhole doesn't think of themselves as like having a body in that moment they don't think of themselves as having like an identity that can be seen by others. they are pure viewpoint. They are pure kaieda of Observer and you know. They're they're just they're the subject of real says the object but that if somebody comes up along behind them in the corridor and is like what are you doing looking through that key hall. Suddenly they have to go from being observer to being observed and they have to go from you know kind of disembodied to having a body and to having you know and they're suddenly an objects and they're.

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"kaieda" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"kaieda" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"In this genocide where when how it is even more than the hawks over the wmd in iraq possibly the biggest in history a genocide with no dead people a genocide which is in fact a struggle by the chinese government to defeat isis and our kaieda otherwise known in china as the east dork minutes. Dan islam liberation organization a fight the ought to have the support of all right thinking people. How so then in which my wife has. An interest have already dealt with this matter in short. Look it up if you haven't it yet. But i cannot allow this moment of juxtaposition of india with china. The two most populous countries in the world one of them rip roaring success on virtually every metric and one of them in such agony. The i say right now. The whole world should be moving heaven and earth to india to get this raging pandemic under control. Oxygen ventilators.

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"kaieda" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"kaieda" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"kaieda" Discussed on Capital Partners Private Wealth Advisers

Capital Partners Private Wealth Advisers

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"kaieda" Discussed on Capital Partners Private Wealth Advisers

"Wisdom I cannot let you guy to die without having a conversation about the hot stalls indicator. Because it is an extraordinarily interesting. Tool at helps people understand where they're you know. What what? We found fascinating when we went through, our program was that people completed the indicate. It gave them feedback around being below the line side. Be Avoidance or not. And I would look at it quite rationally site. You know anew anew. Anew that. So, tell us about the in the Kaieda and tell us a bit about about how can. Sit Off A. Journey towards. Personally. And working on academic. First of all the hot styles indicator is not a personality profile. Doesn't light. Will you or books you? It is an indicator. It's not who you So, what will we set out to develop? Something died away didn't want to create another personality profile. We didn't want people to feel labeled. That your this your that. We wanted people to be added to do something at a certain point of time that indicated way. They might be at an how they might be working in the world, though they working in the moment, having might be. Orientating to the world of Aryan, the heart starts indicator can change. It can change from day to day out our. Oh, WE WAKING YEAR TO YEAR! What we wanted is for people to get my normal upper of. Upright? Is Below the line in these areas so. We had a conversation before we started and controlling a lot of leaders and entrepreneurs get high controlling, because that's how they start made career, and and then you you get that indicated back and you go woo I. See myself as high controlling an other people who've done this same as high controlling. And it's just an indicator. That's way we will. Why do I do that? What needs to happen? Environments to pull out the controlling, and that's not who I am. It's behavior that I'm using. So that's why we didn't want to call a profile. Vary specific that it is an indicator..

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"kaieda" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

09:23 min | 2 years ago

"kaieda" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"Show on you find Hi Simon was today I love to keep in touch on length. Dan Recall things from the conversations. You've had even better but a fifth game came second personalized video message on like gin or even any of the platforms to be honest will make you stand out so much bestirred memorable. That's your guide to make a really good impression. Yeah absolutely you just mentioned content a little while ago about sharing things on late dean whatsoever. The things I really effective at the moment to share on like dean. What on funding? One of Lincoln's new faces is being able to post a document a PDF for A. What have you so what I tend to find with As Langton releases new phages it tries to encourage people to adult books. phages gives the disproportionate amount of So last year was videos. VIGNETTES got a huge amount of traction. Now you upload a document it could have been a mock report could just be a list of your favorite things about the southern that you're in it doesn't have to be always adapt to civically getting listings box. What you'll you find is that you have a thousand connections? You might find the five thousand people viewed that document menus fade and so linked to actually gives you reach beyond your existing first degree connection network which is so powerful so I certainly documents commits is an easy place to start. Because oftentimes video is confronting a bit scary sometimes produce make look on brand and all of that Zoe getting online unwound at the time but documents. Great because every agile have some useful information that they shared with prospects of share who've been delayed shave sitting on the computer. Already ole need to go ahead and upload that to date and let willing to do them at work is not yet and put that in people's use spades which is where everybody's attention so so documents is an easy place to start and getting the most region. The MIMA has documents compared to say something thing like his whistling. Denise you could share a link or he could actually post something. Negative on link team had documents compared to buy Thi- cited documents getting more rain video. It's my what about people who like blogging on linked Dean for example checks posts. Still get look subtraction. And into the night. It's more of a data once you sign than Tequila format but I'll keep a few years so if it's if people commenting people liking edge and the agent is responding to the comments if it's interesting it's going to get visibility. The good thing is you can repurpose content. So have you discovered the talking sort of riding a text post about whatever. The topic kiss was really popular within sight. Waco too late at you could end. His is credit graphic and tell a similar story or take that story intended into a documentary. PDF and apply bat or then record a video talking about something very very similar knowing. That topic is something that people are interested in. And if you do that like not everybody's going to say it it is saying the best it N Even did it's. It's it's content like being interested in August. And this is maybe it's just a slightly tag on it so the stumble across a window now. Ben You can send me repurpose that across Lincoln team but I think the one the one point you might just have linke off back to say a blog on your own website. Lincoln that Second Church because it's taking attention away from the can platform so if you have a blog article oh on your own website rather than linked to it. My boss would be to share what you can in the texts pot. Maybe I beyond graphic if you wanted to and trying to keep the conversation on linked in what I do if the articles say too long to fit in the top. I'll just say leave a comment down below and I'll email you the full. PDF at the article. or I'll email your link to the blog that white my paper commenting that why you keep me. Attention unlinked team which is what Lincoln Wa and then light about crowd message you can end direct people to Orion blogger. We can just send that document strike to them. I love is because when people to comment there essentially rising the hand site. Let's start a personal conversation. Listen and that's where the opportunity is is bridging the gap proposing stuff publicly to having those product conversations of nurturing along. Gotcha basically what you're saying in a nutshell his play by the rules of the platform. Because that's what they want. 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That's going to be a better experience around and in fact it's not it's spring tested that people with I- premium account if they want to send an email to strange like a big percent response right it but if they went to bed at the process that we spoke about today Sam and connected with them for the freight service explains why they want to connect wiped them to accept it the connection request. I am Ben Oscar. Now the question or continue the conversation that second step they go to fifteen percent response right so paying for extra visibility. Ability of extra footage Biz doesn't always a quiet until I made for relationship with a prospect if I was to get really serious about mile linked within profile and presence and generating some good relationships which would lead to some good lates. Hopefully I've got that that right but how long long of a day every day would you because it sounds this. This is not a quick fix like most prospecting things. You actually have going to have to day somewhere can put some f into into stop number one creating some good connections but number two creating some compensations. So how long do you estimate pay day that you spending on linked in to actually actually be effective recommend to clients To allocate half and hour dight that can do more of course the that is a good usage Utah on because yes making Kohl's having made Doing stuff yes you need today. So Lincoln's not applied to hide. It's not get out excuse not to that other stuff that works. What it is is the icing on the cake? SKYLA will be methodical about reaching out to able seeing introduction scripts work and if you do it thirty minutes he might reach out to fifteen people but recalls of the wake bits forty five people maybe half of them except that's twenty two cable. Oh they could do that consistently and have a process to follow away. You know when you respond and accept will ban Ye can stop the conversation this whole Contacts and mutual interests and start a conversation about that so half narrowed. I will definitely help. Agents get it results from Linc Jin especially if they do it consistently which is the main thing. Yeah absolutely. You can't just SORTA show up one day and then you say that didn't what I commend. Not Come to the party again. You've got to keep showing up exactly just like you wouldn't Cole of ended the wants and then give apple. What have you so with your digital marketing head on on what some of your favorite tools that might help you get more productive with social media in Lincoln particular? `Igi I try but biggest what I found. The biggest helpful being more productive on length did is technical facebook. It's letting turning off facebook in general. Yeah Yeah I'll turn it off on by a golden state coach the escort news. 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"kaieda" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"kaieda" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"US and India security services warned that the Sri Lankan government of a plan to tack weeks before the devastating series of bombings killed at least two hundred ninety people at churches tourist hotels on Easter Sunday. What a tragedy Sri Lanka government officials said. Some of the suicide bombers and others arrested were linked to an obscure radical Islamist group known as the national talk heath Jamal of a group that the government singled out to police from monitoring this possible threat after the Ford security services. Issued their warning. Now. Sri Lanka is off the southern coast of India Howard blow author of the Mohammed code with us Howard what a tragedy what a tragedy tragedy. It's a lesson. And it's a really dire warning for you and me because this is the first highly coordinated terrorist attack of this kind of outside of the Islamic world since two thousand fifteen that's four years. And and again, it's a warning twenty four members of a recall, the N T J, which you just mentioned the national highway off rested for the attack was the N T J, actually, the main mover. It's relaxing thority suspected a larger international she had a scruples behind them, which makes total sense because the N T J has vandalized statues of the Buddha and has demonstrated outside her stores that has never carried out a series attack before. Now, how do you go from vandalizing statues to series of six physically coordinated attacks? Plus two more attacks didn't make the headlines to place a few hours later. You need leaders coordinators trainers in either backing of an experienced group like ISIS Kaieda, which leads to an extremely serious question is this attack. Like the bombing of the USS Cole in two thousand a warning of bigger carnage at the com if tip off two attacks in Europe in the United States now to pursue that lot in need a little bit of background roughly seventy five percent of three Lankans Buddhists roughly ten percent a Muslims. We think vote assess peaceful people that that's not always the case last year a few three lack of Buddhist monks riled up mobs to attack Muslim slaughterhouses businesses. And at least one month and self-defense increasing numbers of Muslims. Joined the radical N T J the grouping blamed for Sunday's bombings. Meanwhile, ever since January three Lanka's intelligence agency, as you've just said has been receiving a series of warnings of Islam terrorist violence in the offing, including warnings that churches would be attacked and it sue. Aside bombings being prepared. But the intelligence warnings were caught in a bottleneck the president and the prime minister of three like we're at each of strokes five months ago. The president toss the prime minister out of the nation Security Council, which meant that the prime minister was shot out of intelligence briefings. So the tips of potential Muslim attack went nowhere, which is where the lesson for you. When me comes in like three Lanka. We are being torn apart by political rancor and likes relax. Our intelligence services are being jammed by internal political strife, our department of homeland security is being ripped apart are FBI has been under attack for harboring. What many view is a plot against the correct president, and our president has been accused of not paying attention to security briefings, if the reluctant attack is indeed a warning of attacks come it's time for us to make sure that the information from our seventeen intelligence agencies is being pooled and probe big picture locations. Remember nine eleven happened because we had numerous clues to the upcoming attests. But the each clue was silo and different agency that permanent homeland security was designed to make sure that the clues hidden in separate agencies. Never remain hidden again we can't afford to let our political hatreds do what similar hatreds Justin Sunday to the people. Three Lanka on Easter Sunday. Celebrating crisis engine Howard. I'm in shock over this. And and there should be more headlines because it's a lesson. Right. Howard bloom. His website, of course, part of our Twitter feed it coast to coast AM dot com. Positions may be more stressed than ever one. Recent survey found that half or thinking about hanging up their stuff as Stopes for good. The new research continues to demonstrates the demise of doctors with burn out levels jumping dramatically over just three year span, according to researchers at the university of California the riverside school of medicine physician burnout increased from forty five point five percent to fifty four point four percent between the years two thousand eleven and two thousand fourteen. The researchers say doctors aren't more depressed or exhausted by their home life, but rather at their jobs space access confirmed that it's crew dragon capsule suffered an anomaly during a routine engine test in Florida, the US airforce spokesperson said that at Cape Canaveral air force station had been contained no one had been injured in unmanned crew. Dragon. Successfully flew for the first time last month this latest incident. However could delay plans to launch a manned mission to the international space station later this year. Did you see the full moon over the weekend? It was gorgeous. Let's check in with Dr skies Stephen Cates. Hey, Steven, what do you have forces week in the background? You might be hearing a lot of revellers here. We're celebrating this whole black hole event. Horizon event. We're located here at castle hot springs. George one of the oldest resorts here in Arizona going back in history. This is where JFK, of course, recuperated from PT one. Oh, nine it's got a great history. But from the Estrada me side, George we've got coast people here that are definitely if they could say, hi, they would and I'm doing that on their behalf. We're actually going to show them this area in the sky the galaxy called M eighty seven which is some fifty five million light years away. And astronomers George just determined that the size of this big event. Horizon black hole get a little those six point six billion times. The mass of the sun, and Boy, George these people just came out left. And right here is, you know, big fans of this radio show. So we're going to celebrate all night long. And just let everybody else know we have tonight. Georgia's we've mentioned the past. This is the peak of the lion meteor showers. I've mentioned for the last couple of weeks, even though a nearly full moon is in the sky just a quick reminder from Dr sky look into the northeastern part of the sky if you get in see this bright star called Vega, that's the general region where the meteors are coming from. It's the prelude George to another good meteor shower that begins in the early part of may call the eight Aquarius. We're really having a great time. And I'm gonna make sure I say hi to every single one of these people that have come out to our special doctor sky night here, George with the big radio show here coast to coast privilege and honor to be here and talk about this. And we'll let everybody know what we see George. You know, we always remind everybody always remember to keep their eyes to the skies and Email me as often as you can I pre shape that DR sky at Cox dot net. All those coast listeners, Dr sky Hello from the staff here at Costa crabs, so George you have a good show and good morning. All right. My friend. Dr Steven Cates. Well, if the Big Apple is the become the green apple it'll have to ban the steel and glass towers that form it signature skyline. According to the mayor, the mayor Bill de Blasio speaking on MSNBC says he wants to do away with those structures. It's a drastic change.

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"kaieda" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

08:49 min | 3 years ago

"kaieda" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"What does DDS design services do, sir? We design kitchens kitchens and baths, primarily we'll do some basement work. The cell cabinet tree countertops things of that nature, and we're evolving into being a general contractor. I'm sorry to hear that. You're the one that's been pushing me to do it for five years. Exactly. Yeah. The the Bill from the doctors to why I got into this. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. It'll be the first Bill. Hello robbie. Hello, rich. Good morning. Good morning, Jeb. So I wanted to get you in because there's a lot of things a lot of people are doing remodeling now. The there before I'd say the past ten years or so people have like just been painting. Their kitchens are just replacing a countertop. But now, it seems like in the past year or so people are really getting into it. They're they're moving things around. They're moving the refrigerator and the sinks in the stove. And they're they're starting to put some money in their kitchens again. Right. So I kind of wanted to get you in here to find out what the latest trends are what people are looking at. And maybe we can help some listeners out here and figuring out what they wanna do. So what what do you see some of the latest trends that in the past couple of years at you have been seen before things are still somewhat budget driven. If someone has a fairly large budget, then they'll look into moving things new this new that a lot of other people are looking just trying to spend so much, but they want they want the million dollar look. Sure, but you know, for five thousand dollars, sure. So that's always going to be swimming. There's an open budget, and you truly want to do a gut rehab. The trends are still with painted cabinets. Whites off White's. Most cabinet companies now are offering to three different versions of white. Less than a year ago crafts made executive very big cabinet company. Told me that seventy percent of what they're doing still white kitchens. Wow. So. When the recession hit everybody pulled back from the fancy colors and things because they just wanted to even people of means with big homes. I got in Barrington. What will sell just in case? Now, it's you know, they're they're loosening up a little bit. Now, we're seeing some glazes coming in to tones are popular Gray's. More popular on the walls and the cabinets or people are doing a perimeter in white in an island with a grey or even a blue or something like that you brought you brought some show and tell stuff for those on Facebook. He's got some stuff to show us here. Like, you've got a darker blue. It's almost like a navy blue. Right. So that would be an island. Yes color. Yeah. And if you hold it right up there. You see yourself right there. There you go. So it's it's pretty dark. Navy blue is a good way to describe it. And you know texture is always part of it. You always hear interior designers talking about texture, whether it's a room curtains, or whatever. In the kitchen. It's texture to. But what we talk about. There is you know, where are you going to put the moldings how many layers moldings in back of an island? We might do a baseboard treatment with a couple of other woods to dress it up instead of a flat panel of Wainscott panel things like that. And so it almost looks like a piece of furniture that sitting there versus just another cabinet and right? Yeah. Right at a tall cabinet, for instance. A pantry cabinet. My general rule of thumb is with oven cabinets pantry chemistry's unless you're working at it. You don't need a tell space. Okay. So I'll always flush that out and treat it with a baseball type of a molding. And makes it look more built in makes it look like you planned it and you didn't buy the cabinets from somebody else's kitchen and try to retrofit them in two years. Got it. Got it. Cool. Are you are you seeing the same things down there? Rich, are you are you mixing stuff up like that to nine exactly like you says I mean, we're doing I mean, the stone doesn't even match. Countertops don't match on the islands, right know. So you're doing something completely different just to set it off. Right. Sure. So then are you doing a lot of like the maple butcherblock tops on the island or some? I guess yeah. We're seeing more of that. You know? That's people get surprised they see would they think? Oh that you see what at Home Depot. It's a completely different animal a good walnut countertops from custom guy or from a company like. The one. The house. You know, you might easily be spending two hundred bucks a square foot or something like that more than the stone, look gorgeous and people say, well, where did I put it? Well, anywhere, the sink isn't. Nobody is gonna warranty that countertop if it's got a sink, especially at under mount sink. Oh, yeah. There you go. So like an island if you have a sink in there, you may not want to use a with top on it. You can donate unless you're gonna do a traditional drop in sync with with the flange on the top. So that can be properly sealed and most people don't want that they want the under mounting. Sure. The drop ins don't look cool. No, no. They don't so. Well, there's you like you always said, there's is it a go kitchen our show kitchen. Oh, there you go. Cooking three times a day in it. That's different. You know, if you're just going in there to get the latest takeout menu. Get away with it. Right. So we just took a kitchen apart recently. And I was I was going around and we were going to save the ovens. I turned him on. The oil started burning off the oven. First time. First time they were fired up. Yeah. And so then I I was I was doing the appliance selection at put in the address with my appliance guy. And sure enough comes back those those were put in five years ago that kitchen these people just bought the house that kitchen had just been remodeled five years prior. And no one had even used the oven. I five years I did a kitchen like that came back couple months later to do pictures, and they still hadn't take the plastic out of the things that come in the oven shirts. You. Yeah. Those they cook with their phone then. Right. Yeah. They had a beautiful binder countertop that their grandchild at made and painted all sorts of pictures and stuff, and that's the binder was world to take out menus were. And that's how they cooked. They never had when they started the kitchen practice. They never had intentions of using that they just wanted to look better when they went in there to get their coffee. God. Okay. So are you doing coffee bars? Then I mean, what's what's what's another big trendy thing. You're seeing recent now. No, actually, I don't see much of that, you know, those those mealy machines. Yeah. Those built in decor had one for a while that you built in express Espresso now. We've used a number of those. Yeah. But the problem is they're they seem like they're really cool. But you still gotta take him apart and clean 'em every day. And it's far more difficult than your standard coffee pot. Right. And people are starting not Gog our it right in the current machines. Have just totally changed everything. Oh, yeah. Now, they make the built in Coreg. So yeah. Those are nice the ones you can pipe up and stuff. I just got my first Couric thanks to that great sail over at the restore. Oh my gosh. That is the best and. I wonder if they no wonder if they still haven't they don't Deanna the other day, and I asked her that because I only bought two I was kind of regretting not having bought a couple more too late. They're gone. Yeah. Why was to to limit also right at the restore nobody pays no, really. We we went there about an hour after they opened. And people were walking out with six eight of them you song Craigslist later that day. But we we obeyed the rule we only bought two. And now, I regret it. Not being a rule breaker. There you go. All right. Well, Jeff Kaieda from DDS design services, and what's your website at DDS design services dot com? That's easy. So you can go there check it out. We're gonna come back here in a little bit. And we're gonna talk a little cabinet style. I think and then you brought in some more show and tell stuff what do you got there? I have a couple of different versions of white cabinets. You know because the trend has been away from the stark whites and the going with softer whites. And then I brought in some courts samples that. Okay, good. I make net. Excellent. All right. Well, cool. All right. We'll take a quick break. And we'll come back with more right after this. You're listening to..

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"kaieda" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"kaieda" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Although I will say this. If I was a Democrats, I wouldn't be worried about the Starbucks CEO running against me because you know, he's probably gonna spell his name wrong on the ballot. So. It's not gonna work out. Speaking of billionaires with nothing better to do than ruin everyone's life. Mark zuckerberg. Yesterday. The Facebook CEO announced that he is planning to combine Facebook and Instagram with the messaging service what's up, which is great news because Facebook and Instagram get hacked all the time, and what's up never does. Yes. And now people who only use WhatsApp don't have to feel left out anymore. This is such a junk idea. Trash the last thing. Anyone wants is to mix those three worlds Instagram is where you slide into the Deums. All right Facebook is nor news from your family? And what's is for when you want to join ISIS? All right. They need to be totally separate otherwise, we're gonna get mixed up. I don't want to send the dick pic to my aunt. And I definitely don't want to send one to again. Moving on chains and national news. A major event was just announced in Afghanistan, the United States and Taliban have agreed in principle to a peace framework. The United States is considering a full withdrawal of troops in Afghanistan. And that would be in return for ceasefire and commitment by the Taliban to keep Afghan territory from being used as a staging ground for terrorist groups Kaieda, this would be the biggest step toward ending the nearly two decade long war and Afghantistan today's Tam. I I even forgotten though a the war in Afghanistan. I feel like we all stopped watching off the season nine like. The grace anatomy of conflicts. It's like, I get it. You know? But I'm glad that they could be an end incites. It's also funny. How America has lowered expectations in Afghanistan. Right. I America was like Afghanistan will be a fully-fledged democracy than it was like, okay. Well, maybe not a democracy, but no more terrorism. Now, it's just like, okay. I'm just going to close the door. And you guys keep it down in there. Okay. All right. Let's move on to our main story. After thirty five days of the longest shutdown in American history. America's government is officially opened for business. The set down is over eight hundred thousand furloughed federal workers will go back to work today and should be getting their back pay within days that fix only opens the government for three weeks, and it does not provide any new money for border wall. As President Trump had demanded by very proud to announce today that we have reached a deal to end the shutdown, and we open the federal government. Okay. First of all there's nothing to be proud of second of all there's not really a deal like have you ever noticed? How all of Trump's accomplishments are just fixing things that he broke his folks couldn't use. I've freed the immigrant kids from their cages who put them in cages, also meet. I'm glad you're now North Korea isn't gonna blow us up. Wait. Why? What are they gonna blow us up 'cause I called him a fat little rocket, man. And who can forget when he dropped the White House bust of ABRAHAM LINCOLN. But then he was also the one who takes it back together. And you can't even tell the difference. Like, I'm proud to announce the refurbishment of this Lincoln statue, sadly, it was not filled with candy as I had hoped folks. So the government shutdown is officially over which is great because federal workers are getting paid. Again. The FDA can inspect food again and the national parks can finally clean up their trash and put it where it belongs the ocean. And although the shutdown ended that doesn't mean it hasn't left behind some lasting damage..

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"kaieda" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"kaieda" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is KTAR news ninety two three FM. It's Red Eye Radio. He's calling and I'm Gary McNamara. Top of the hour one. I said worst negotiator ever. And I said Al Qaeda, I meant Taliban leaders. Dolls. Yes. Somebody correct me and said L Qaeda's not Taliban that I sale Qaeda Grammont, Alabama guy. So I know there's a difference between al-qaeda and the Taliban. Yes. Gis trading. The enemy. I think we could say, yes. Yes. Water term yet. It doesn't show. Well, thank you. Thank you. Because the last thing we want to do is put out. Incorrect information out there about Al Qaeda about Al Qaeda. Yes, it does. It doesn't it doesn't change the statement on the negotiating position of the past of the former president, right? So yes, but wanted to make sure that we straight. Yeah. Yeah. All apologies to write out. Kyle Kaieda and that wrong and the Taliban. Yeah. Yeah. I do no difference. It was just a it was a was a pause in my cerebrum and cerebellar. Thank you for the people who a correct. But that's the point. We say we make any mistake. Even if it's not quarter with story. Oh, right. Some people may describe that as a neurological gas issue. Melvin we if we say something we get corrected immediately. Even if it's just, you know, spy mistakes. Yes. Right. Right. And and by the way, we appreciate it. Because that's the last thing that we want because we know that the left will take advantage of you. If you if you are one hundred percent, accurate on everything. And when we when we say that the the debate has to be better from Republicans in the administration. It means you have to be accurate, and we have to be accurate too. So we do a problem, right? Yes. We're accurate. One hundred twenty percent of the time. It was not done intentionally. No. I was I was not attempting to praise or in salt L Qaeda, more praise or insult the Taliban with that mistake. No. We will insult them later. But not right. Exactly. Arizona's news.

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"kaieda" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"kaieda" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Download your apps. It's Red Eye Radio. He's calling on Gary McNamara. Top of the hour when I said worst, go cheater ever, and I said, Al Qaeda, I meant Taliban leaders. Galls somebody correct me and said, Al Qaeda's not Taliban. I got that. I sell Qaeda right mentality. Yeah. So I know there's a difference between al-qaeda and the Taliban. Yes. Trading. The enemy. I think we could say, yes. Yes. Water term, it doesn't. Well. Thank you. Thank you. Because the last thing we want to do is put out. Incorrect information out there about Al Qaeda about Al Qaeda. Yes, it does. It doesn't it doesn't change the statement on the negotiating position of the past of the the former president, right? So yes, but. Why they make sure that we straightened out. Yeah. Yeah. All apologies to write out. Kyle kaieda. And wrong and the Taliban. Yeah. I do no difference. It was just a it was a pause in my cerebrum and cerebellar. Thank you for the people who are correct. But that's the point. We say we make any mistake. Even if it's not quarter with story. Oh, right. Some people may describe that as a neurological gas issue. No, we if we say something the we get corrected immediately. Even if it's just you know, inspired mistakes. Yes. Right. Right. And by the way, we appreciate it. Because that's the last thing that we want because we know that the left will take advantage of you. If you if you are one hundred percent, accurate on everything. And when we when we say that the the debate has to be better from Republicans and the administration. It means you have to be accurate, and we have to be accurate too. So we do a problem. Yes. We're accurate. One hundred twenty percent of the time. It was not done intentionally. No. I was I was not attempting to praise or insult al-qaeda more praise or insult the Taliban with that mistake. No. We will insult later. But night was right. Mr. Breaking news. Alexa users WTMJ has a new will improve.

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"kaieda" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"kaieda" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Hi. How are you? Do you want to hear what the Andrea one was wait? Talking about she took the picture circled. What was wrong in the picture gave me an extra rating called me a slob when into my history of her coming over to my house to say at which times and how I was a slob wrote a Lula they're trying to come up. No, what can possibly say. There's a slob sit down. I want good. Good Europe, the crying was modern family, and that one was law and order because Andrew was building a case. She was positive to say kinda I want this to have revisit this. This is okay. This is this is doing this to yourself. What could you possibly say? You're given the fact that you already set everything keeps going until you say the word pig, and then she'll actually. We don't say the P word injure. Yes. Hello pig. I can't. I just I don't know. How many times I can tell you the truth before you can just accept the truth? Do you know what I mean? Yes, we're not even picking on you at this. Do you know what a bully is? I'm not even you know, the definition comes in like Andrea, you you sound crazy right now. Okay. Yeah. Now. That guys. Bullshit. This is the fucking aggression debate all over again lunch. Hey JP. Would you consider me aggressive person? Hey, how they hear me? Very good. That's how we all here. You can get to that that people are voting on that also kind of goes, oh, these are bullies. Let me tell you some in school. I was bullied. I didn't come up to the bullies and go any thoughts. Tell me where you went wrong bullied. I know you I've known you for years and years and years of into your house multiple times, I intern for you when I was in college, and I cleaned your house, then and I've cleaned multiple times since then how many more times do you have to have me put you down on air before you can just admit that you're messy not calling you out Kaieda. You're messy, I'm neurotic, you know. What I mean, every maybe a messy erotic, no. All the garden. You can't let her it's insane. I it's like welcome to we're going to have to see photos of Andrews place, the balances out because if it's all like, a it looks like the matrix where it's just white and sterile. Everything's. I'm an incredibly clean person. But I have other qualities that are not I don't know. It's clean home dirty conscience. Exactly. Right. Yeah. Look at that desk hers her consciences, broken leg. They have to bring me until you weakened on pain, pills and loopy. So they can psychologically break. It's like M K L tra-. They're trying to control your brain prescription medicine. This is what I'm living. And how do you? How do you clean it? This normally with your legs. Yeah. I have to walk around and put things in around. You should see this desk. It's like it's the size of the last supper something. What are you talking about you need to walk around? It's like I stayed a fact to you with evidence backing it up and you're like Europe bully. I'm just staying what is real in ably goes to someone you're fat? I'm just stating a fact okay calling fat call you fat. Or did I say based off years of evidence and friendship, we'll making JPL comfortable, and I. All right. Thank you. We learned a lot of injury ear ache. I will fight you. You you can fight now. But you can't clean it this. And this comes. Sore cursor. We'll fight you. And that's just one of the categories in this year's Kako, keeping the girl dot.

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"kaieda" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"kaieda" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"But they always are looking behind the shoulders to see if somebody is plotting against them. That's number one public opinion matters more when a country's not democratic because there's not a good nonviolent means of expressing your political frustration. Good point. The question is how they're going to manifest this against the government. Well, they manifested in multiple ways one way, of course, is they make the government's lives horror it costs governments more to maintain public support. When you swing against the current. It's going to be hotter than when you with the cart and that so the governments will spend more of the energies more of the resources trying to keep themselves in power and keep a picture legitimacy second. You have public opinion were always wondered, for example with the US fighting item in in places like Pakistan. So. The overwhelming majority of people in our Muslim world didn't were not members of applied would never join outside. They don't condone what CLYDE doesn't necessarily and just point out that the surveys show. Those numbers are pretty overwhelming very small numbers. We those who don't support. That's right. I mean, we have you know, for example, you know, in in our polling. I had a specific question asking, you know, what what aspect of a high. The do admire most, and, you know, people their method of operation, very few people said the method of operation very few people said, they're Taliban-like worldview more people said because they standing up to America, or they're, you know, they're championing causes that we agree with. But the point is if you dislike the government more than you dislike applied, or if you dislike the US more than you dislike Kaieda, you may not join up high. But you're gonna look the other way you're going gonna look the other way when people are operating in you midst, and that's what happens in may. Many of these countries not that people. Join people do it. They don't like them. But they like anything else they like worse than so they examples they're interesting at the time, you referred to this newly resurgent importance of public opinion as you wrote this, quote, you said you wonder when this awakened giant will find its bearings. What did you mean by finding its bearings? What would that look like to you? It's hard to know we've seen of course, we've seen what happened with Egypt. Great backlash of repression. Is that what you're talking about? Sure we've seen what happened. Elsewhere. I think the, you know, I award understood as I said in my book in two thousand thirteen in the conclusion that dynamic game by which I mean, there is a new public empowerment and our world. And there's no, you know, people are not idiots. You can't keep them in the dark. I mean, an information is available. You can control only that much and people understand what's going on. You should see what's circulating in the social media despite. Fight the efforts of the government how they see the government's jokes cartoons the stories the that they're going everywhere. But at the same time, the governments have recovered from the surprise of two thousand ten two thousand eleven they have a lot of resources and those centers of power don't go away. But we do know, you know, politically beyond public opinion that you have this secular religious divide. You have people who are invested in in the existing power institutions people who are outside of them. You have people who are on the left and people who are on the right? So you have people with varying identity views. Yes. Arab nationalist center, for example, and Muslim national tend to be supportive pasta in question more than status in our world. We see that. I'm one of the other interesting commonalities, I found was that your research. You have a chapter on empathy. And you noted that people who are more. Religiously identified. Or less likely to feel empathy towards the other in this case the other being Rayleigh Jews, which you tested, which is really the river. Exactly, what we see in the Israeli side that people who are more religious tend to be more hard line and have a harder time identifying with the other a really looking at, you know, some problem, you know,.

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