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Bowser names Contee new Washington DC police chief
"Against a national search for a new police chief for the city and W T. O P has learned that she will name Robert Conti to replace Peter Newsom. The 48 year Old County is now an assistant chief in charge of the homicide unit. He's been on the force for 31 years, joining as a cadet while he was still in high school. He sees Attorney General Karl Racine telling W. T O P. He's pleased with the mayor's pick the native Washingtonian who understands the District of Columbia. And I think really has a firm grasp of, you know of the community on D trust the community, and I think the community trust him as well. Conti grew up in the Carver Langston neighborhood of Northeast Washington during the crack coat crack cocaine error of the late 19 eighties. He's has said he witnessed police using brute force during that time. Karima
"karima" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy
"Green. this can't be right. I mean he's got the rams down like Nine behind it behind the bucks in the seahawks was updated. Yes jack that. Is that a new report earn over. Doesn't seem to be kareem. And i gotta have new reports out of the weli oya sabotage. Because he's he's on this show already sabotages show talk. Show these on or right now. Is karima producer on that shows he just handling socialists social so we tweet something he just takes he just takes our stuff. He does the who does social for you guys. Jackie owen. You got jack. You've got two guys. Wow i needed third so keep getting top. Twenty five team guests jack jack and owen pretty good pretty good pair john s we got travel guy. We're gonna news breaking news. Woolcott cancelled erica's scale. Oh yeah parakou africa erica. The ceo can't say that she sent out an email about new podcasts. I will launch. I see nothing about. Oh my is can consoling. Cfc's available for a second. That's not someone the lord. I'm sorry. I mean i have to ask. I mean what what's going on here. Launch number one college basketball podcast. Big man on basketball. No way. i'm erica saying this. She sent out an email. I'd like to. I like it's breaking my art to. She's the best deal world what she say quarter..
"karima" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The square. Maddie Karima was whipping up the crowd. He would later be dumped the deejay of the revolution. What does it feel being back in the balcony? It's my first time here since the protests, and honestly, I feel nervous but happy at the same time, just standing here. I feel like I'm going to cry. Why is it a bittersweet moment? It's sad because everything is normal. Now People have gone back to normal, despite the fact that we need to take to the streets now, more than before. When we first took to the streets here, conditions were much easier than It's been an awful year for level first economic collapse, followed by the Corona virus. Then this summer blast here at Beirut was a scene of utter devastation in front. It's never easy to change. Your country didn't Lavon and at times it can feel like an impossible task on Mass because of the country's deep sectarian divisions. A man on top of that you have all the foreign powers pressing their own agendas here is well. That's the first time in my life. I sense all the people together, no sectarianism. Nobody wants to leader. Everybody's working for the country and.
Washington, DC 911 head responds to claim of spike in dispatches to wrong, nonexistent addresses
"Soon. soon. 3 3 50 50 here here on on double double duty. duty. O O P P Dialing Dialing 911 911 means means there's there's an an emergency emergency and and you you hope hope first first responders responders get get there there quickly. quickly. Head Head of of D. C s 911 service is responding to allegations of a spike in the number of crew sent to the wrong address Your hearing this first on double d t o p. Randolph Street there no houses on the even side of the street on Randolph Street in the 1700 block. We have nothing here. Former reporter now. Safety advocate Dave Stat. Er says DC 901 has sent fire and E. M s to wrong or not existent addresses more this year than the last five years combined. He wants the D. C council public safety. The committee, which has oversight to ask why many times the dispatcher's don't know the locations and don't understand the geography of D C. And if they can't know what themselves that can't help those were calling 911. There are times when we do make a mistake. Karima Holmes is director of DCs Office of Unified Communications. Sometimes the information gets tangled and an error is made. There are times when the collar provides us. They were on a dress and their attempts when we given address correctly, and the responders interpret that address incorrectly, she says, more than a million calls or handled quickly and properly each year and suggesting there's a
‘911, please hold’: Metro used DC’s outdated emergency number for years
"The the director of DC's emergency dispatch as metro used a wrong number to reach nine one one dispatchers and that at peak times emergency calls from the transit agency were put on hold W. T. O. P.'s investigative reporter Meghan clarity this morning explains how all this could have happened they had an old number for us DC's director of unified communications Karima home says metro was using an outdated number to connect with nine one one dispatchers the directed their emergency calls to a low priority queue so we started looking at the data to trick drop on my walls will model hold this long there was a couple of minutes here for three or four minutes there and we found out that they were using the old number that we have is a lot more party measures Dan Sesil says it's been using that number likely likely provided provided by by DC's DC's you you see see since since two two thousand thousand twelve twelve when when metro metro moved moved its its command command center center to to Maryland Maryland stencil stencil confirms confirms metro metro also also did did not not have have the the best best number number to to reach reach dispatchers dispatchers in in Montgomery County metro since reached out verified and tested the emergency numbers of every jurisdiction it serves
"karima" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"I think one other decision that we made hey that speaks to what you're talking about is the fact that because these are actors from the South side because you haven't seen them on a Netflix show on H._B._O.. Ship you don't really know what to expect from them other than I'm watching this person I'm believing that they are their character. You know what I mean and so it's not a bunch of famous faces. No these brand new people they all rose to the occasion before we shot our pilot when we got the first pilot script deal from comedy central we do both of our shows the had much more success in showing rather than I would actually encourage people who listened this where young content creators really good to make stuff I for yourself before you take it out because then you can the parameters of it so we took you know thanks to my wife. She was you guys should go through the scissors we went out with the CICERO shot her Michael Blind and the album myself the twins were in the show brothers will time the bunch of other people. We all went to Chicago with very little money and we'd sitcoms give us a little bit of money to figure this out before we get to the phase. We gotta really commit lots of money to make a pilot so the reason that felt complete is we had figured all that stuff out with very little money made a scissor also then we showed that them and it also became a bit of an audition tape for charger for Karima Quincy forceful time for the neighborhood for Aaron for all these people and then the never was able to see it just if if we just turned into a script unless that's great went to pilot then you start the process of casting pilot and and I guarantee if we then gone to say hey we really think you know Beshir's brothers should play the star of the show and that his childhood friend should be you know the CO stars like we're. I'm sure we would have hit way more resistant than us just shooting proof of concept yeah. I think the more you do it yourself. I was even I was doing this movie recently guys on Yes it was it was actually the the reason I bring that up is because Joe Kaczynski. The director of Topgun told me that when I told him our story for south side he did the same for Tron he actually made a proof of concept with his own money took it to Disney and then Disney was like Oh this works and then they showed it a kamikaze deaf punk doc then because they did all the music for that one knows all <hes>. Let's let's talk about how serve showcase. He's the two. Let's talk but even if you look at other showcases. If you look at USA ray she was doing awkward. Black girl before Donald Glover was doing <hes>. Would you love their comedy when he was N._Y._U.. Doing those sketches boys like people are really figuring their.
"karima" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Late. Abram. Our first stop is with our two local friends Francisco Cantu, and Karima Walker. They wouldn't pick their brains a bit about the towns. We're going to visit the next day. Very good. Thank you. Wanna beer? They live in a small job, a house full of books implants, sit around the kitchen table. Francisco was a border patrol agent for a few years, and he wrote a book about the experience called the line becomes a river. Yeah. I was I worked for the border patrol for three and a half years from two thousand eight until two thousand twelve. I think the most harmful part of the narrative is this narrative that the people that you're encountering are criminals rises as narrative criminality when you're at the academy like all these encounters that you have, like pose a danger to you, and like the first primary preoccupation from the beginning of an interaction until the end of an interaction is like your safety as a good guy versus this bad guy. You know, but I think like the huge. Golf in that narrative is that most of these encounters like they're not criminal encounters. I mean, the vast majority are humanitarian encounters right like these are encountered with refugees, not criminals, most of the time. Grateful and somewhat relieved that Francisco has agreed to come with us to tombstone tomorrow as a Mexican, and as a woman, I'm a bit nervous about driving into these towns and being so close to the border. Early next morning. The sun is already strong. Baseball, or like little fedora hat or. The Stetson you wanna wear. Stetson. Pass. We set for tombstone Francisco at the wheel and pike recording in the backseat back. We're going to talk to re-enactors at the OK corral. It's the most famous reenactment in town and features some legendary.
"karima" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Let me clear this. You get that off our search history. Relations Moore signed into this thing. Yes. This is perfect time. Okay. So yesterday, a article came out saying that Chris Brown was arrested in Paris because a woman accused him as well as his friend and bodyguard of raping her and shortly after he made bail he came out onto show media into that. She's lying, and there was a woman who came out on her Instagram as well. Posting a video of the article saying that it was a lie and people assumed that she was the one who accused Chris Brown of raping her along with his friends, but she said that she was actually there at the after party where the events took place, and that she said that nothing happened, basically. Yeah. What's crazy about him is off to his history? When as soon as you see this, everyone just shit on them. Right. Everyone just you and I suddenly fucking Chris Brown, and what a fuck up, but you know, this day and age who knows he's now suing her for defamation. Which makes sense. I mean half do that. That's the only. You can quit. These people these accusations and making these fake metoo movement claims wwl yellows you start fucking soon people. They have it, man. You just can't do because it ruins. You know, you've just ruined your time. I would say that these kind of acquisitions are, very rare. You know, these most women are probably telling the truth. Yeah. Agree. I think, you know, unless they're super famous like this some of it can kill sketchy. Yes. And then when you're super famous you'd better watch what you're doing. The other thing is with the guy with his history. Is that crazy to think that maybe it's a little muddy? They're the only thing I would say is that so so if a woman came forward and asked for money if she tried to extort him I'd be like she's asking for money. I agree. But this woman's just coming forward period. Right. Like, she's saying what she getting out of it. She you know, what I'm saying is she trying to settle out of court. Like, so so this woman settles out of court, and it goes away twenty down. And now, I'm skeptical if she doesn't then I'm going to be twenty four year old models at around four AM local time, they decide to leave the club one of Brown's friends alleged grabbed her by the arm and convince her to go back to the hotel with them and another guy, I believe all right Karima claim that back at the hotel Brown's bodyguard allegedly took everyone's cell phone. I believe awesome. Meaning, you know. Once in the room. She was offered a drink claims. She noticed drugs in the room of K. That's he's a rockstar. She also said that there were more than a dozen other people in the hotel room. Okay. Fantastic. It's a party at one point during the night Karima said she went to the bathroom and Brown allegedly fodder grabbed her arm and pulled her into the room resembling the closet. She told the tabloid that the alleged salt went on for nearly thirty minutes Crema, then alleged that she was raped by one of Brown's friends and his bodyguards in the bedroom. She told closer that she was able to get her phone back in left the room in tears following allegations Brown to others bodyguard would taint impairs a K he denied allegations are. So here's my question. Did she go to the police and did she get and collect evidence? That has not been disclosed yet. Well, so CBS could not verify the allegation the first thing that CBS is going to ask is do you have proof is there a rape kit 'cause police officers, and I can promise you in Paris. They have this rep police officers know exactly what to do in this situation. You got. Full reason. Now, the reason so CBS said, they couldn't verify it. If you can't verify it means there was no rape kit. No now. Well, that's maybe they could verify at the time of the store, right? Meaning the French police or the pears police didn't offer them formation, right? They just got the story posted. So we can't verify. So you go to the police, and they have the DNA three delete men. It doesn't necessarily mean you're gonna win a rape case. Because those guys can say it was consensual right Leicester's. But we're not hearing Chris bound say it was consensual..
"karima" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"But like what I still watch her stuff today. And I didn't watch it today. But I've watched airplane holds. That's why he's so beautiful. And like to me, that's like what like the seventies. Like, she's a she's just a knockout people listening who don't know who that SE k a she was the yes, she was basically Karima BIL Jabbar in the NBA and Saco and porn. Yes. She was. She was the stars ask your dad what who I'm talking about. And he'll now 'cause like she definitely is is so cool. And there's a million other ones you ever felt like at like potentially asking her out after no she's married, actually. And it still what I was gonna say is that it the thing about the doing a tribute to older people jefflin's do it's like you gotta get them while they're alive. Yeah. But we call up at go. Who's that in the film that we do the research is like, oh, maybe we can get her. And it's like, you just lost her, you know, two weeks ago, they put her in the ground damn it, you know, and like a lot of them would come down like from Debbie does pussy failure. But you know. These are real people, and they'd have realized and Georgina spell who's like a legendary porn actress, she was in behind the door and all that different stuff the devil. Miss Jones, the devil miss Jones. I'm sorry. But she was like she was a milk before milk was was a term like she read older than the rest of them. And she had millions of job. I go on and on about. But thank you for. Watching. You go off porn X. It's his most excited you've seen him in a why doesn't he doesn't do any of that stuff? He's not a point guy. Well, I was fast. And he's he's a food guy. I remember watching one, and it was it was a guy. I can't remember who the actor was. But he was like an old guy now and he was watching him so forty years earlier. Yes. And he wants Thurman. I don't remember who has and he was so kind of kind of proud. It was like watching old home movies. Big aroused again. It's kind of like a deja blue as I called it..
"karima" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"That would be awesome to follow those guys. No, no, not yet. Would it would be like not it would legitimately be? Okay. I was there when he played with Bosch, and Wayne people that that was crazy if he played with K D And Anthony Davis that would be twenty times. Great. Then what it was when he was in the dream team. It'll be great, man. But as far as as a Laker fan. I just don't see any entertainment in that. Okay. Mic. Let me ask you this. He's going to be too easy that I'm not saying to easy. I just Durant is a warrior to me. He's a warrior. He got really even willing a chance the jerseys off when you went to championships. Maybe three almost you. He's not is he considered a thunder war is more. You're right is Karima buck or a Laker both. But really like. Durant and particularly with both. I know, but, but that's not my thing is is just okay, we're going to battle the warriors for you just play with the warriors. Let's see what he, but he's beefing with dreams cheap adds to Tony. So it really comes down to who has the best general manager who has the best player that can get katie's head to get them to their team, and who has the money to pay K D in this becomes about K D And not the Lakers. Well, he's the most powerful guy in the NBA right now, Katie and it's a players league. But would you rather see the Lakers win on a last second like three or win by ten or more every night? What would you rather? See more every night. Yeah. I don't get it. I'm giving you that I'm giving, you know, close games. Will be because I'm a guide every specs history at the Tel. I'll have to tell my kid one day, and they can say Karima book tell me you respect history who wanted to championship this year. And that year, I was like, well, it's a guy named Kevin Durant. He pretty much the championships followed him. Okay. Okay. So it's more about K D And not the Lakers themselves. Yes, that's true. But. And look, I don't know this because I'm not a millennial. But you know, I read all these people who write about millennials like they act like they know about them, and maybe millennials can help us out and have the conversation with us. But the there it's alleged that they don't have as much loyalty as maybe we did when we grow up. So that's why they're more transient right where it comes to jobs or even rooting interest for sports and things of that nature. And look he's part of that like that's his that's the era. He's grown up with. And by the way, he has every right to do it. And if you're the Lakers, you need to try to assemble the best team you possibly can that is Magic Johnson sole purpose? So adding Kevin Durant to Anthony Davis. And LeBron if that indeed is the case like this rumor says that they're trying to do then men mission accomplished. Unless you're Mike. Yeah. Denison, blah. It's a loss as a loss season. Eight seven seven seven ten ESPN is Mike a party pooper. Basically is the question here. Eight seven seven seven ten ESPN, Freddie. Princeton the house is to sit down and show here on ESPN LA..
"karima" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"So he's the kid who's like, I'm from this other school and I'm going to come to the school. He's really good at football. He's a home, which is fun. He's British. He hasn't been many things. He's like very new because again, these are playing high. These are actors playing. People begged them not a lot, not Disney people newer people. Do you recognize the next person? I don't name Samantha. Logan. I know she's from Boston, but I don't know her and she was on the phosphorus and I also don't know hurt from that either, but I'm happy that she's here Karima Westbrook. She plays. I think Daniel's mother and she was in save less dance. I mean, the next person the list you have is Jordan Belva who you claim was an entourage, but like what was the entourage? I have no idea. I don't know. That's why he's get great look at his face. If you look at his face, you'd be like, oh, that guy he was an entourage. I saw him and I was like, he was an entourage. That's incredible. It's really sad that you can do that. That's a bad game that you that you can excel. A new game look at someone and say yes or no, but if they weren't entourage, I go, oh, yeah, I'm have to cut you off. So the next person though is like a big person to younger people, maybe not to us like a like a who to us. But like I think of them to a lot of kids because his name Cody Christian who was in teen wolf, an pre which I feel like if you're in teen wolf and pill liars you're like, that's the like ven diagram of like being extremely famous to a teenager, you know, he's like, isn't he? One of the asshole kids in it? Yeah. Back to your high school, breezy. She plays his like old best friend who still the other school. So she sort of like a moral center? Yes, she was. She was on empire. Yeah, she's like, don't forget your pass. Yeah, she's from. She's from empire. You'll recognize her immediately. I think those those are all the people. All right. Are you going to watch this? I am. I mean, I watched the botched the pilot. They gave us and I'm just ready to keep going check out all American coming this Wednesday on the CW October tenth at nine, eight central. This is really stupid. And you know, we like because we talk about the same people over and over again. That's fine. That's expensive. That's expected. There are some people who just deliver a bounty every week, and sometimes their stories continue. We need to just update you guys, but we don't like talking about entirely old who's for entire episode. We need a pepper in new who's one of today's new? Who's is someone aimed Sally Bush silly vocally solely Boselli Bush. We've never talked about her. She's sort of an overlooked member of the Bush family as in. Yes. The political bushes, George h.w. George W Barbara. What's her. Name Laura Bush, Lauren, Laura, Lawrence, Loren Loren. Sully sully is connected to George H W Bush the elder Bush poppy Bush. She's not the niece..
"karima" Discussed on Lip Service
"My name is Tiffany. Right? But then you know, look at that like you gotta. Remember these guys be out here lying because they have a whole family or whatever. So they don't want to get back. And that's the crazy there are ones who don't, but because it's like it's just so in your soul and Sonia energy like that, that's what you would try. Actually, I hate that exact name because you know people, I don't. This act like they don't know who you are. My name because my name is so unique. There wasn't a caffeine. Don't say my name is kisha Karima. Like a regular normal name automatically know like, oh, I know her headed. You say that you lie? Yeah. You know, just. Using out anyway. I'll say something about parents. Yano you don't notice about me, but my father was married to his wife and my mother and his other side chick was pregnant at the same time. Well, Well, I I have a a sister. sister to where we're sixteen days by me and my SIS same year Niamh. Crazy crazy. So I feel I'm so they were pregnant at the time and we're do clearly around the same time. And today he still married to his wife and you know him, he had on and off relationship with my mother and my stepmother and his wife throughout my entire existence. Right. You know, as far as I can, they make. So that makes me by scenarios, you know, men in in situations because like you say, when you're, you know, you're accustomed to what you see us. You know, you following those steps. So it's frustrating. It's hard to trust. And I also think elementary or want to eat will cheat. And you know when it comes to that is just like, it's it's sad that we have to somewhat accept it for what it is. But I mean, what else do you do? What they wanna do. I think everyone has the capacity to cheat have run, has capacity. Cheetah eater, and I've been faithful can do both..
"karima" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"I think it's Roger Bill. That's who I might be to things on the Kobe stands. Is that new? No, for Laker land. I mean, who else did they go Gaga for that you couldn't bring anybody would. I don't think I didn't hear this for magic on this for Karima shack. This was my neck on Twitter. Twitter wasn't around. That's a big part of it. But until shack started, this does feel unique guys where the best player in the league comes to a team and there's however small it isn't. I agree with him. I don't think it's anywhere near a majority or even a large minority. I think it's probably you know, one out of. Every fifty Laker fans or maybe even less than that. But I I, it's, it's, it's enough that it keeps popping up and and the murals are being defaced. Is this unique phenomenon? I've never met before. People are upset that the best player showed up on your team. Those murals went kinda quick. Don't you think? I don't know. Man is young as long as this is the kind of thing where as long as we're giving it attention that we, but as long as it's being given some attention than there's always going to be one person that wants to get an and be the next person that causes the attention. And I don't know. We haven't had a situation like this, I guess a little bit right to your point. Trav- like I don't even trying to think like it would be like after Michael leaves the bulls. Right? And then whoever the next great player that was Michael's rival coming in and becoming a book. Like if he is LeBron to become a Chicago bull, will we have the situation where you would have so many people being like, oh yeah, you know what? Michael is the grace of all time, and I don't feel comfortable having LeBron I just think Chicago's loss for so long that they would love who wouldn't want have LeBron. Right, right. But in this situation, Kobe and LeBron there are two sides were so adamant of like, who was grandpa counter to that the, let's say, so Boston if LeBron were were of. To got to go to Boston this year. There would have been some people some Celtics fan cores that just said, we don't need you here, you know, but you're not. You're not the next one to our players, whatever. Maybe I miscarried I wasn't saying this was unique to Laker fans. I was saying this is unique to LeBron that I think it's the LeBron this of it not necessarily the Laker fan. This of it. I mean, how did Durant fair when you change teams? But when he was state didn't weren't saying get out of town. There were there. That's not true. There was some there are some people there that might want to step in and clay and drain on this. Well, nothing like this. If you lived in the bay area and talked about that every day, I'm just saying it's it's not the team and the pre and Steph and Klay didn't have to go. We'll be because they were asked about it be like once I haven't gone to Twitter and again, I have a cow specifically devoted only to the Lakers. I have not seen LeBron Kobe related tweet maybe in four months. I it's just not. I don't. Again. I guess it would have been more too much since he sits. He actually silent. I, I am not buying that. It's this. When I actually post these stories on the murals and videos of these murals being defaced, I get a lot of from both sides..
"karima" Discussed on Tumble: A Science Podcast for Kids
"View crew divided up into pairs, put on reflected, and we set off down the road. We've kind of looked like a highway cleanup crew. Most jogging. Is it that y'all. Yeah, no, actually, that's funny. You say that because they're in the same family and I keep seeing those and thinking that was kind of like a Snapdragon. It's not just then another member of our crew with the trained. I, it's a real Snapdragon. Oh, yeah, you're right. I see it hits the white chase begins the good thing about hunting, snap. Dragons is the they can't run, but it's kind of tough to get down the steep slope where they like to grow without falling. We climbed down along with Louise era, thin. Another biologist who's been on the job for a few weeks should I say to use the Trimble whichever job is easier to what's Trimble. It's a tool that kind of looks like a Super Bowl, key, yellow smartphone JIMBO is over us to get the GPS Kusnits of the plant. So we know exactly where they are in the hybrid zone, and then put in the idea number that we put on each climb. It's connected to satellite. So every time you find a plant, you can pin it to a virtual map. Then the add the data that they collect out in the field or just the height of the stem. The number of leaves the number flowers and the number of stems while we've handles the Trimble Karima focuses on the plant. Edges, those lips. Okay, pink on the edges and yellow in the middle of the face Carina, pulled out the plastic bottle, which was labeled with the same code as the tag. There's a beetle. Sure. We've it check it out. You can be poor little beetle Carina, dropped everything into the bottle to be analyzed later. And then you also take. One big leaf as well for the photograph, and then for the DV something you take about three medium size moves about six little leaps. The entire process takes about ten minutes and when they finished, we headed back up the road to scout out our next hour. There's other. Easter egg hunt but made by nature. It was an amazing way to spend the day and actually got a little jealous that the field crew would get to do the same thing for months. It was really cool is really cool, but I have one really big important question for you. Okay. Shoot. I know you said earlier this hybrid zone could be the key to understanding how one species becomes too, but why are so many people working on this one patch for nine years? That's a really, really good question in I asked Carina the same thing. Why is it so necessary to go out and find each individual plant year after year after year? What's the point? What's cool about this hybrid zone. And the reason though we're going out every year and finding every plant is that we're trying to build a pedigree, and so that's like building a family tree, the plant family tree like grandfather Snapdragon. Just like a human family tree, a plant family tree helps biologists understand the relationships between individuals. So if they study it for nine years, they can go back nine generations which would be to a plants. Great. Great. Great, Greg, great. Great. Great. Actually, whilst count grandparents. Exactly. And the reason why they're collecting information day after day year after year is because they have to build that family tree from scratch. If we didn't have any records. Iverson typical and nobody knew who was related to who, and humans and you had to just go out and test everyone and and get their DNA. That'd be pretty crazy to think about right to to know who your parents were. And so that's what we have to do for these plans. No, my gosh, that is crazy. Okay. Yeah, that's right. But what does this family tree going to be able to tell us when it's finished? It can tell us how many children were offspring each plant had. Did that plant have a bunch of offspring because of the fire color? Was it because of something else? Like could it be the weather or the soil, or like maybe how many bees or what kind of Bs visit the plants?.
"karima" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Cat that abyss cafe east hampton about the issues facing hopeful cannabis enter entrepreneurs while we wait for the regulations to continually evolve here comes another hurdle the cannabis control commission has delayed finalizing the rules on social consumption until next year but like any determined entrepreneur karima told me as soon as the social consumption laws are ready to go so she i have a corporate structure i separate the coffee house out from the actual cannabis entity that applies for license at this stage it's it's changed a lot of all along with the regulations since december but now we are seeking don't use retail licensed to complement the coffee house we're also going to offer high quality hemp cbd infused products as well if they enact something similar to what was in the draft regulations there's opportunities for single serving edibles onsite which i think would pair wonderfully with a coffee house a lot of potential there and drinks as well also depending on what health inspectors say and how you know the situation of balls potentially vaping as well indoors and we'll see about smoking i mean i think it is possible i know some of it has to do with what's politically viable right now i know there's a lot of wishes they could have it in a perfect world but sometimes compromises needs to be made but i do know a lot of people consume that method and i do have faith we could do it in a way that would safeguard the public but also provide a controlled safe environment for adults to use and finally any advice for anybody else trying to be a cannabis.
"karima" Discussed on Bodega Boys
"We got away oh karima baker first grade because we sat in alphabetical what about last name baker baker and share she already got the last name so i mean indian thick and i was like oh like cheetahs snuck snuka leaf going good guy i remember 'cause you live couple of blocks away from me and like every now and then ride my bike to go oh wow you live here i granted to you my school school that's so wild this is how to see her like her mother was i curry magana car that was going like my father beats my mother you have to leave or moving away well and i got the car drove less my bike like dan while doozy even through kareem i'm sure you've got like four kids now but lives south carolina's you if you still hot how hot in karima to for a little jamaica girl if you look like rachel from video and it was grandma all you kill bring it through you don't got the patricia or you know what i'm saying woman has that nice the west indian laughter funny from tell you what the nfl neil you you agreements nfl while dumb like like now i know c t israel because it's like it's even happened at the higher level did roger goodell ever play football now let's talk about tech mobile yeah like like family he got the most at all these things i'm going to go bro just let motherfuckers do whatever the fuck they want to do with the anthem shape religious let them cook like leave it alone trump associated like why why it's so corny because it's not just base it's not just football like all these owners own other businesses and stuff so if trump's like they're afraid because they bang it's like say like i became president overseas like you'd be like yo his million dollars towards like boston terriers.
"karima" Discussed on X96
"Is that raw rick flair moon ruggiero walkouts all he knocks into the ring like this famously referred to is uh some guys name there i never i never high but he has he named hughes space mountain four years you want iran's guns were override on space mountain i wish i hadn't said that because of my grandkids flare said i only loved one person now that's mafia the answer i wendy barlow rick flair sixty eight years old so if he started doing it when he was fifteen minutes an average of one hundred women weight your taurean is seriously i i don't i don't see why not you don't you think it's perfectly plausible that the one hundred young women per year yeah i do i think kareemabdul or not karima wilt chamberlain br greg about the same sort of thing i don't believe him either a people who knew will said oh yeah well you could say yeah a lot but a chamberlain said i think he's a ten thousand or something like that so roy more uh this guy firebrand former chief justice of the alabama supreme court overcame efforts by top republicans to rescue his rival luther strange soundly defeating strange on tuesday in the special primary runoff and now or more will go up against the democrats to fill the seat left by jeff sessions bus by the way this makes sure that i will never go to alabama ever if this if this is the guy the outcome of the closely watched senate race dealt a humbling blow to president trump no not so much trump deng trump is not humbled by any money now trump did support luther strange but he tweeted this morning just contacted roy more he's a great guy he'll help us make america great again propelled by these stalwart support of his fellow event jellico christians more survived an advertising onslaught of more than ten million dollars financed by allies.
"karima" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Sports play jay bourbon will start with the football opening night from foxborough cheese beat the patriots 42 twenty seven alex smith was brilliant three hundred sixty eight yards twoyear four touchdowns karima hard two hundred forty yards on the ground ninety through the air toll three touchdowns he's a rookie folks and he played great terry kill seven catches one hundred thirty three yards and the score on the patriots tom brady two hundred sixty seven yards through the airport did not villa touchdown mike gillislee at three touchdowns on the ground daddy abadilla six catches for one hundred yards bad news for the chiefs they fear that eric very suffered a torn achilles which would ivc caused in the rest of the season but again chiefs beat the patriots forty two twenty seven elsewhere fraud the nfl better roussy were james jones is retiring did not play last season after the charges cut him at the end of training camp brown's number one pit myles garrett could miss multiple games with a right ankle injury suffered in practice on wednesday the raiders and sebastian janikowski reportedly sauber contract pass with the kicker taking a one milliondollar paycut to a fully guarantee three million the bengals have reportedly come to terms with bontes perfect audit threeyear deal worth over thirty eight million dollars from the college gave the following gains this weekend have been cancelled ucf in memphis florida state louisiana monroe connecticut in south florida and florida and northern colorado all right to the baseball schoolboy we go rockies beat the dodgers nine to one no when they were not a wall brought his 31st of the season yankees over the orioles neither one era judge a home run is thirty nine cubs over the pirates easy to john lester six sittings water and five keys naturals over the phillies 43 the mets beat the red seven two brand devoid to all runs braves over the marlins six to five indians have now won fifteen straight games they beat the white sox in chicago will lead to cory couvert now fifteen of four seven innings three it's two ones thirteen strikeouts elsewhere twins double up on the royals 42 and the padres beat the cardinals threenothing us open tennis women's semifinals it's an allamerican affair slowed stevens beat venus williams 61 ludde 675 madison keys beats coco vandeweghe six one six two silver will be keys in stevens in the final on saturday i'm jay berman yep these after all worms moorings what do i tell you.
"karima" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"National football the nobody fears them they don't they're just sick and tired of vim winning i mean people can hang with dumb you just have to be perfect absolutely any of you now perfect than you better make sure your mistakes don't get magnified when they makers can't city tonight has outside of karima this is typical patriots karim hunt played four years of college football at so leader in the mid american conference now a power five conference not a squad conference a lot of guys a come out of that league and they been in terrific nfl players need i remind by guiding been rothlisberger who's going to be inappropriate ball hall of fame played at miami of ohio in the mid american conference curve bream on four years of college football never lost a fumble first taibbi carries the damn football the national football league there's the bobble not only happens two teams that play against the patriots they have lived a charmed existence i dunno of bill bellichik made a deal with the dell at the crossroads i dunno nano here but a the page the not going to go sixteen in nick mainly because they don't want to go bust to do everything he can to make that hasn't happened and be nobody fish them are they better than anybody else yes are the unbeatable no we that way too many instances the see that they can be taken down and by the way they have repeated as a championed since the mid two thousand are the nfl dis the in this day and age sure but noone fears them and that's not a bad thing and you know what else.
"karima" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Evans chris evans a koran hague didn't you got some backs so in in your rig it you are you haven't even mentioned karima walker we ever mentioned too fresh recur tom okker taylor in the home of our amara save me up yep so we haven't even we haven't even touched on them which samuel's that was another kid who i remember walking into practice in over yet kids cut oh i could michael i couldn't believe how how big again was saying earlier some of these and you know i i've been very fortunate where i've been able to see a lot of practices the players upclose over the years and there might have been one one guy who stood out like oh man what you know looking like instead coming in but like i said there were ed defensive back wide receiver rent in samuel's with one who stood out where you're like what that that kids a freshman he walked onto campus looking like that all i can only imagine with a season of oxy's with cows say what he's going to be looking here so that's the key so which of those you know we're we're back to the days were you know we have a true true stable of running backs who are who of those guys are you most excited to see in which of those guys yossi guinea taken over more of a dominant role i think i'm excited to see thai isaac i'm excited to see chris seven how how has chris evans you know has how has he progress crying he didn't want to see how he's doing because he's he's that kinda backed it easy to change up back you know what i'm saying air will see karim walker i mean we've talked about him he redshirt at last year to get his stuff right now i hear things about him but you know i'm excited to see if he gets chance no but i mean it's going to be exciting we got to go to a break but when we come back we a it smoothie tie kevin kevin past deal in the house i saw.