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"katha" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

07:20 min | 2 months ago

"katha" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"From Nigeria now where the authorities in the northern state of Kaduna Have ordered the immediate closure of schools in areas vulnerable to attacks. This came after gunmen abducted about 150 students from a boarding school, a number of people as well, including a baby from a hospital. And what is seen as the latest peak of a spate of kidnappings. The BBC's shock. Ali joins us from Abuja first off any news on the kidnapped Children. Well, Lawrence. No news yet as to where these Children, uh or what the rescue mission has achieved so far, but it is believed that the abductors are holding this students about 150 also of them, You know, nearby Forest and the security forces are saying that that Try condemn to try to rescue the victims and Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari issued a statement condemning the attack and also saying that, um the continued must kidnapping of students is threatened in school enrolment in Nigeria, which already Has been very poor with more than 10 million out of school Children, So the closure of the school, according to many, is another measure. That's likely to have a negative impact on the education, uh, of Children in northern Nigeria in particular, and in the past, several states took a similar measure, but that did not solve The kidnapping. I mean, it's been such a big problem education in the North, particularly partly, of course, because militant groups actively wanted to shut schools. They wanted to stop that influence on young people. But is the thought that these latest attacks are driven ideologically by that, or this is opportunists Bandits. Well. Basically, there is no clear indication that the lead test mass abductions are linked to any ideological motives, but purely for money purposes. This armed criminal gangs, kidnapping students and also members of the community to get money ransom from either Families or the government. But it appears they you know, used a similar template. But I mean, used by Boko Haram in 2014. When they kidnapped the chibok girls that attracted international attention. It appears the criminals borrowed That template to carry out this kidnappings. But the motive is quite different, and the security situation across the country is quite Very terrible and the authorities seem to have lost. You know, some sort of control of the situation. Their strategies are not working. Obviously, the military strategy is not working and also in states where negotiations have been done. It appears the negotiations to have not yet yielded positive results in terms of ending the kidnapping crisis. But of course, even at that some progress has been made in terms of, uh, you know, court process. For example, On Monday, four men were sentenced to life in prison for abducting the local businessmen and collecting $300,000 as ransom demand later died. So even though there's a lot of problem, but that is seen as good news in the context of the terrible security situation. We've got the president saying that it's despicable but not actually outlining any tactics. The governor in Kaduna, I understand taking his own child. Out of school as well. Wherever people look, they see the state in effect retreating from this, but has any element of the state or any area being successful in taking this on? I ask that because you just mentioned there. You know what? We don't usually hear about a successful operation and trial against kidnappers, so Is there any evidence or good practice around? Well, the security forces in some cases, uh, you know, succeeded in arresting some of these and criminal guns or killing some of them in clashes, But the successes are far below the expectation of Nigerians. And of course, the security situation is deteriorating. So the kind of progress that is being made in in in some of these operations is not released. Something to you know, right? About because people have been kidnapped on a daily basis. People have been killed and these students that have just been abducted just a the the letter set of you know such victims because more than 1000 students have been abducted since December, and these parents, I mean, the parents of these kids have been traumatized. Obviously, they have worried. Many are worried about sending their Children to school. Even the letters victims. Some of the parents told us that they were worried even before the kidnapping because they only allowed them to go to the school because exam was due to take place. But they were not confident about the security situation and the abduction actually happened. So the situation is quite terrible, but the authorities are saying that they're succeeding, but it's not very, very clear as to how they are going to tackle the problem once and for all. Many, many thanks as ever from Abuja, the BBC's chocolate Meanwhile, on the opposite shore of the continent, Kenya has announced its setting up an elite squad to combat child kidnapping. There's been a spate of cases involving Children being snatched from residential and commercial areas. In various towns across the country. It was also the focus of the BBC Africa I investigation last year, which found Children being sold for as little as $400, Let's talk to and Katha Ago. Founder of Frolics of Hope, Africa It's a charity that supports Children and family have experienced kidnapping child trafficking. Early marriage is at MGM, she knows is that from the city of The Carol Good to talk to you and Katha. Tell us why. Then these Children are being abducted. Are there many reasons Obviously, there are several reasons why a child could be kidnapped and among actually key among them could be because of our finances in terms of asking for ransom and other times could be just, you know, for human sacrifices, and other times we see them going through child labor. And, of course, there's the cheap labor aspect of it. And then there is also sex exploitation. Your charity has been dealing with some recent cases. I believe these are linked to child, a child trafficking ring. Yes, Okay. And how widespread is this? Then? Have bigger problem Is it It is a huge problem in the community, because most of the time it actually takes less than two minutes for your child to be snatched from you. And some of the times is that maybe the parent is not around and maybe their Children are left playing at the neighborhood, and, uh, of course, the kidnappers have their own way of identifying.

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"katha" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

07:21 min | 2 months ago

"katha" Discussed on WBUR

"We'll hear from a supporter of Mr Zuma. Used a 21 minutes to the island's got an update from Nigeria now where the authorities in the northern state of Kaduna Have ordered the immediate closure of schools in areas vulnerable to attacks. This came after gunmen abducted about 150 students from a boarding school, a number of people as well, including a baby from a hospital. What is seen as the latest peak of a spate of kidnappings. The BBC's shock. Ali joins us from Abuja first off any news on the kidnapped Children. Well, Lawrence. No news yet as to where these Children are or what the rescue mission, um has achieved so far, but it is believed that the abductors are holding the students about 150. Also of them, You know, nearby forest and the security forces are saying that that try to condemn to try to rescue the victims and Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari issued a statement condemning the attack and also saying that The continued must kidnapping of students is threatening school enrolment in Nigeria, which already has been very poor, with more than 10 million out of school Children. So the closure of the school, according to many is another measure, perhaps likely to have a negative impact on the education, uh of Children in northern Nigeria in particular, and the in the past, several states took a similar measure, but that did not solve The kidnapping. I mean, it's been such a big problem education in the north particularly and partly, of course, because militant groups actively wanted to shut schools. They wanted to stop that influence on young people. But is the thought that these latest attacks are driven ideologically by that, or this is opportunists Bandits. Well. Basically, there's no clear indication that the latest mass abductions are linked to any ideological motives, but purely for money purposes. This armed criminal gangs, kidnapping students and also members of the community to get money run some from labor. Families or the government. But it appears they you know, used a similar template. But I mean, used by Boko Haram in 2014. When they kidnapped the chibok girls that attracted international attention. It appears the criminals borrowed That template to carry out these kidnappings. But the motive is quite different, and the security situation across the country is quite Very terrible and the authorities seem to have lost. You know, some sort of control of the situation. Their strategies are not working. Obviously, the military strategy is not working and also in states where negotiations have been done. It appears the negotiations to have not yet yielded positive results in terms of ending the kidnapping crisis. But of course, even that some progress has been made in terms of, uh, you know, court process. For example, On Monday, four men were sentenced to life in prison for abducting their local businessmen and collection. $300,000 as ransom demand later died. So even though there's a lot of problem, but that that is seen as good news in the context of the terrible security situation, we've got the president saying that it's despicable but not actually outlining any tactics. The governor in Kaduna, I understand taking his own child. Out of school as well. Wherever people look, they see the state in effect retreating from this, but has any element of the state or any area been successful in taking this on? I ask that because you just mentioned there. You know what? We don't usually hear about a successful operation and trial against kidnappers. So is there any evidence or good practice around? Well, the security forces in some cases, uh, you know, succeeded in arresting some of these and criminal guns or killing some of them in clashes, But the successes are far below the expectation of Nigerians. And of course, the security situation is deteriorating. So the kind of progress that is being made in in in some of these operations. It's not really something to you know, right? About because people have been kidnapped on a daily basis. People have been killed and these students that have just been abducted just the letter set of you know such victims because more than 1000 students have been abducted since December, and these parents, I mean, the parents of these kids have been traumatized. Obviously, they have worried. Many are worried about sending their Children to school. Even the letters victims. Some of the parents told us that they were worried even before they could not been because they only allowed them to go to the school because exam was due to take place. But they were not confident above the security situation, and the abduction actually happened. So the situation is quite terrible. But the authorities are saying that they're succeeding, but it's not very, very clear as to how they are going to tackle the problem once and for all. Many, many thanks as ever from Abuja, the BBC's chocolate Meanwhile, on the opposite shore of the continent, Kenya has announced its setting up an elite squad to combat child kidnapping. There's been a spate of cases involving Children being snatched from residential and commercial areas. In various towns across the country. It was also the focus of the BBC Africa I investigation last year, which found Children being sold for as little as $400, Let's talk to and Katha Ago, founder of Frolics of Hope, Africa It's a charity that supports Children and family have experienced kidnapping, child trafficking, early marriages and FGM. She knows us now from the city of The cattle. Good to talk to you and Katha. Tell us why. Then these Children are being abducted. Are there many reasons Obviously, there are several reasons why a child could be kidnapped and among actually key among them could be because of finances in terms of asking for ransom and other times could be just, you know, for human sacrifices, and other times we see them going through child labor. And, of course, there's the cheap labor aspect of it. And then there's also sex exploitation. Your charity has been dealing with some recent cases. I believe Visa linked to child a child trafficking ring. Yes, Okay. And how widespread is this? Then? Have bigger problem Is it It is a huge problem in the community, because most of the time it actually takes less than two minutes for your child to be snatched from you..

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"katha" Discussed on The AO Show

The AO Show

07:58 min | 7 months ago

"katha" Discussed on The AO Show

"Makes you feel even more special all the best. Good luck. thank you novak. Djokovic has ended the fairytale. Ron of russian qualify ostlund correct save in straight-sets to reach his ninth australian open final from his past fourteen campaigns after a brief period of resistance from the world number one hundred and fourteen jovic went to work winning the first set without being broken karachi had a few more break point opportunities in the second but was broken twice himself by then the outcome was a mere formality as the time champ finished the job in straight-sets for the first time since the second round jovic winning six three six four six two an hour fifty three minutes with no sign of the abdominal injury that threatened the middle part of his campaign. I felt as best as i felt so far in the tournament tonight physically mentally as well. I was hitting the ball. Very well mixing. The pace didn't give given the same looks at all always kind of kept king guessing and served. Well when i when. I needed to get out of trouble. You know late in the second set and I'm just very pleased with the performance. It came at the right time. The world number-one also paid tribute to collapse of. Who is the first player in the open era to reach a grand slam semi on debut. But that's where the fairy tale ended for the twenty seven year. Old is was a great two weeks for me. They sell for the quality. It's a good experience yet to play against not like he's helped me to get these experienced To fill the the game how he's playing jock. Now has two days to prepare for. Sunday night's final against the winner of tomorrow's semi between daniil medvedev and stefanos tsitsipas regardless of who i facing sunday. You know it's going to be. I'm ready for battle for the toughest matches of the tournament without a doubt. I mean both of these guys are in great form. Medvedev is playing on a swimmingly high quality. He's on a winning streak over twenty matches one. He's he's just the man to beat you know and The other hand percents Produce son phenomenal dennis. Night against rafa coming back from two sets down against rough on a grand slam. Any grand slam is a huge effort in other results today. Von dodig and felipe policymaker into the men's doubles final often upstaging nikola mak teach mata popovich. It took the non said's a little under two hours to seal the four six six four six three victory their opponents to be decided tomorrow in mixed doubles six aids ram and crutch kava progress to the final following a six three six three victory. Over all these sanders and pohlmann's they'll face the winner of an unseeded semifinal club. Chicken salisbury outclassing clip action scoops six three six four setting up a semifinal with wild cod star search and abdin who brushed aside katha and ngo six three six. Two way combining really well. We're enjoying it. We're having some fun. And yeah today was better with some people in the stands and making it citing makes doubles is about having fun and enjoying it. So when there's people there to kind of try and entertain that much better than playing in front of nine one. So i think we both really enjoy being out there this morning looking ahead today. Twelve and daniil medvedev in stefanos tsitsipas take center stage tomorrow. Night to decide who will play novak djokovic. In sunday's men's final. To preview the match i was again joined by nick. Malvo and metro arp similar a soccer. Actually who just won her twentieth. Straight match against serena medvedev has extended winning streak to nineteen. And he's going to. He's twentieth street. Which is just really cool. Symmetry in both sides of the role. He was brilliant against of continued domination of that head to head. I don't think he's ever dropped a set against andrei rubel of now. He's playing. he's playing right and it's the nicer if he wins to get to this point he's got the streak but it's also he's won so many matches against top ten players among that non chain in a row with more notable. He's backing a slam semi he might be. Us open semi finals last year. But this is the furthest gone in australia. Must be feeling really really good and comes into a match with an opponent in that he dominates the head to head. It's five and one. He's kind of own sit surpass. So yeah it'd be really interesting to see that dynamic continuing to into this match in nagoya about the grade class not coming from two sets to love down against rafael nadal me treatment of to try and five i mean it's mind blowing. What's he was able to do against. Rafa helped him a little bit in that third. Set tiebreak yet. Had a couple unforced errors. That were really uncharacteristic. As far as rafa goes but take no credit away from cesar bass who had his breakthrough here on the main stage a couple of years ago against roger only to lose to rafa in the semi final. He's taken those two years. John i think to come full circle. He's been a fixture at the top of the men's game and for the way that he continued to back himself self against rafa he's going to have to do that. Against medvedev medvedev had more rest after that quarterfinal drubbing of rube lab. Where caesar past played late into the morning actually against rafa. So i think the body has to be right. But he's going to give himself a fighting chance that one in five head to head. I think that it is in his head a little bit but for medvedev for me. He was the pick from the start. I think he's just got a little bit of a more of a chance to get into the final well. After five days of empty empty stadiums due to government restrictions. Melvin park has once again opened its gates to the public breathing life into the tournament and into the hearts of fans and players alike. How does it feel to be becky after five days of luck. It's pretty great. Because i had a few events booked on executive really be back getting in the swing of things. I think it's so cool that we have an opportunity as tennis players. Play here even with even with the little crowd is just. It's getting a little better every day. Just good to get out of the house. Have people out mingling together but site is really positive for tennis Has been first exciting for us. The fans again be able to experience somewhat of a normal life. Again here honestly. I think we're all at taking it. In olsen great great to be back thankfully because of all the sacrifices made in this nation. We're able to have a really nice crowd tonight. This is the best that tennessee sounded since the pandemic. So thank you to everyone. It's incredible to have tennis crowd to come back and have that support from fans in person is just a whole different ballgame. And i love that. Yeah i mean. This is the perfect based on race. The tennis nice and sunny gophers. We won't cry them in doubt to feel their support and their presence. Every single winner is different. Totally different with people watching the much let out the emotion contest that is schooling theater at. Its very best. He's got the crowd. Pumping fits amazing after the seven months of lockdown and then the five one being able to you know see people and assist these amazing sure perfect. It's perfect. i feel like as low world has gone through so much and we just have to keep going no matter what it looks like. That's all from an electric day. Eleven of the australian urban. Join me again tomorrow for pull the big stories from day. Twelve in the meantime staff tonight with the latest news on open dot com. Don't forget to subscribe. 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"katha" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"katha" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Michael Plante tangle with Larsen tax relief once the next deadline, Michael The next deadline is October 15th. And that's the deadline to file the returns for the extensions for 2019, but there is no extension beyond October 15th right. No, that's it. October. 15th is the hard deadline, Tom All right, Um and again, if they don't have the money, they should still fill it out, Send in what they can, or at least file taxes to avoid those penalties. Absolutely just filed the return, even if you can't fully pay it in that way, you'll at least avoid the failure to file penalties. And there is no word that it's going to be extended again were still pretty much that's gonna be it right. I'd be stunned if they extended it again. Time I think of over 15 through that. All right, and Larson tax relief will be standing by. You have any questions about taxes or collections or back taxes or any trouble you're in with the I rest or with state taxi authorities as well. They had a lead. 844 large syntax. Okay now Daryl, We're going to try to call a facility at sea. You know their reasoning behind their policies, and we're working on that behind the scenes. There's not much we can do about it in one phone call, but we are going to work on it. Um, Deputy Doc, I spoke to the facility They're going to have. The executive director called me back. I spoke to the marketing person and they gave me some information. But he said that the exact you director will get back to me and coming. What's going on? Thank you very much. Deputy Doc. Steve. Welcome to the show. What's going on, Steve? Hey, how you doing? I'm doing good man. What's happening with you? I'm in a situation on through the first time Homeowners Association. I bought a house in spell. What What is what is the first time Homeowners Association. What is the first time home? It's her first time homeowners purchasing their own house. Okay, give you alone and It's a program. They give you a discount. Basically on on your mortgage and stuff like that, Um okay. And And how did you find the first time Homebuyers Association? Two American financial Okay? I'm just wondering if this is something that they have instituted to help people. In other words. I've never heard of that before. It's it sounds interesting and, ah In it, And it's called the first time Homebuyers Association Now what I think would be genius because I've heard of Katha and that stuff, but I've never heard of this first time home. Is it is a chapel or is it something? Is it private? I don't know. I'm just guessing. Listen, I'm not. I'm not saying there's anything wrong with it. What up saying is, I think it would be in genius. By the way. If this was a marketing tool, because there is nothing wrong with starting an association to help people. There's nothing wrong with it. But what a brilliant idea that's what it is. But you're saying it's Chapa. Is it, Chapa? Oh, you're positive of that. Yes, sir. That's okay. Good. Okay. Um, so what's going on? So when we Purchase the house. We had an inspector come in. Through asked Fire property inspection. And he basically just told us that there was only a few things wrong. There was some moisture damage and no been elation in our crawl space. Well after we signed on the house We've got nothing but timing issues that plumbing is not up to code. Okay. All right. Listen. This is not whether it's your first time buying a house of your six time buying a house. These home inspection problems come up now. I want to make something very clear. Having an inspection done is better than not having one done right? I know that, but Just because you have an inspection done doesn't mean that. Let's put it this way. It doesn't mean everything's going to be perfect or nor does it mean that the inspector Guarantees anything. Here's the problem. Steve. Most home inspectors have these Contracts that say basically this, I'll take a look. I'll do the best I can. But have I missed something? Tough luck. Now, Steve, It depends on what he missed in how he missed it. Was it egregious? Or was it something anyone could have missed? Let's examine that. Okay. First of all, who is your home, inspector? His name is Cameron by asked Fire property inspection aspire That sounds like an insult asked by maybe it's not as fast fire I asked. No, no. What's the name Steve? Helpless out. What's the name of the inspection company? Passed by a S P I r. I need Aspire. Got it. Ok, OK, good. Uh, What did he what? What is the most obvious thing and the most expensive thing he missed? The most expensive thing, and that is the sub flooring is rotted out. And how did you? How did you discover that? When we moved in the house, I was trying to figure out where my air filter wass on my You know for my Curtis? Yeah, yeah. And the first time homeowner. I didn't know where that Waas so I went into the crawlspace, and I noticed that there was nothing but black mold. The floor was blotted out. My toilets don't even fastened to the floor because the sub floors just right now. Well, that's a pretty not now you know what? That's pretty substantial, Steve. Why didn't he notice that? Did he say anything? No, sir. I'd be pissed off at that. I mean, that's something. Can you feel the floor kind of gushy when you walk on it? You could feel it Creek a little bit. But did he did he claim that he went into the crawlspace? Yes, sir. And the only pictures that he took him was, um Of my main water line that did not have a emergency shutoff out. Hey, did you Steve did you take? Um, Did you find this guy or did the cellar recommended? Actually, my realtor did through American financing. Now. What do you mean? Your Realtor? American financing is.

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Columnist Katha Pollitt says she would vote for Biden even "if he boiled babies and ate them"

Ben Shapiro

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Columnist Katha Pollitt says she would vote for Biden even "if he boiled babies and ate them"

"What's good to know that many Democrats are now rallying around July no matter what he does a columnist for the nation need to catch up Pollock claimed on Wednesday she would vote for Joe Biden quote if you boil babies and ate them makes sense how trump Senate staffer terrorism sexual assault allegation against by declaring quote I would love for your mind if you boil babies innate them it wasn't my candid about taking back the White House is that important she says I cannot believe that a rational person can grasp the disaster that is Donald Trump and with all their support from biking because of Terry I would say this even if I had no problems read account I think women's accusations very seriously but they've always been reasons to be skeptical about this one the leverage you have to believe if I'd put her up against the wall and penetrated her with her fingers on the spur of the moment in a hallway in a capitol complex where she said she was looking for him to give his gym bag this corridor is a public space the believer you have to leave I would take that risk whether or not you believe read you should vote for Joe Biden if he's the nominee we don't have the luxury of sitting out the election to feel morally pure or send a message about sexual assault and believe women that will not help women at all or

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"katha" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"katha" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Dries bad for nothing. The famous story about John Cryan is. He started out delivering the mail in Maywood Illinois and on his route he was writing these songs including some stone cold classics like Sam Stone in a low in their this guy wrote a bunch of tunes finally debuted them at a club in Chicago was reviewed by none other than Roger. Ebert the famed film critic. My friend and colleague Katha show is one of the first big reviews at Prien got is career took off from there the list of people who look up to John Prime Johnny cash. Yeah Bonnie Raitt Chris Christopherson Paul Westerberg Dwight. Yoakam Oh yeah and that Guy Bob Dylan you know. Those are some of the many admirers. I think that they are artists. Who are songwriters? Songwriters and You know after towns vans in number two on that list is John John had a really tough battle with cancer in nineteen ninety eight on the right side of his neck. It left his voice Deeper more gravelly. You'll hear that when we're talking to him. Welcome to the show John. Thanks good to be here so John. Let's start at the beginning of your career. I mean you're working as this postal carrier in your twenties and during this time. You writing these amazing multi-layered songs. How did that work naked? Put Down the job of a mailman. Why don't you know that route? There's nothing like it in the library with no books. Oh they got this time on your hands to think about stuff and it was the perfect. I I need to be doing something else when I'm writing I can't be thinking that I'm actually a writer and scenario writer today. Only once every street every house on the wrong street day that game you particularly good song and I had to go back at eight o'clock at night and knock on every doing the mail bags very embarrassing for mailman. When I woke up this morning things. We're looking man. Seem.

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"katha" Discussed on AFF on AIR Podcast

AFF on AIR Podcast

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"katha" Discussed on AFF on AIR Podcast

"Lufthansa has announced a significant devaluation to its miles and more more frequent flyer program which will come into effect from next year. The changes will make it a lot harder to end status with that frequent flyer program. Especially if you're not flying that much on Luke Don's group airlines if you're looking for a star alliance frequent flyer program going forward Lufthansa Miles and more is not going to be a good option instead As Yana Club. Turkish Airlines and Jian Quite good programs for that Cathay Pacific. Meanwhile has announced a positive change to do the way that miles expire in its Asia miles frequent flyer program currently Asia miles expire after a fixed three period. Regardless of how much activity you have in your your account but miles end. From the first of January two thousand twenty would not expire provided he maintained some activity in Asia account at least once every eighteen months and this is exactly exactly the same policy. That's used by Qantas frequent flyer the one world alliance. He's considering launching a new system that allows frequent flyers of anyone headlines upgrade using the appoint so miles on any other one Rodale line. This means this means the could soon be able to use your points to upgrade on flights operated by Katha aways ways Malaysia Airlines British Airways and other carriers Qantas has delayed making a decision on Project Sunrise and to March. What's two thousand twenty? However it has announced that it will have tentatively chosen the Airbus a three fifty one thousand as the aircraft that it would used used operating the flights it could or twelve of these aircrafts if it decides to go ahead with projects on rise although no order has yet been placed Quanta says officially opened its brand new first class lounge?.

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The Deadly Fight To Protect Brazil's Amazon

Environment: NPR

05:42 min | 2 years ago

The Deadly Fight To Protect Brazil's Amazon

"For Brazilians working to preserve the Amazon rainforest how far they'd go to combat climate change is a serious question deforestation is up sharply in part because of the surge in fires this year many of those fires are set by criminal groups stealing land as NPR's Philip Reeve's reports Brazil protecting the forest often falls too courageous individuals willing to risk their lives people of the rainforest holding a meeting in women and children and shorts and flip flops a sitting inside a wooden pavilion clearing among the trees they're here to talk about routine forest stuff jumbles about the timetable of the ferry on the nearby they discussed who's going to use the communal tractor the relaxed mood is deceptive. Shuo proposer as president of the residents association that called this meeting ethical when you get more details bother Barbosa people here actually deeply worried we're in the Amazon's western part in the Brazilian state of actually people around here are mostly subsistence farmers and rubber tappers who rely on the forest for their livelihoods words just reached them that their neighbors a few miles away are illegally setting fires to clear land for cattle a major issue for that's disturbing setback especially for activists who risked their lives defending forest but Boza is fifty five he's been an environmental activist here all his adult life years ago one of his fellow activists was shot dead by legal ranches now as forestation surges bubble believes people protecting the forest face a growing threat he's not alone I think it's become significantly more date interest. Daniel Wilkinson directs the Environmental Rights Program at Human Rights Watch Human Rights Watch has been investigating the deadly tactics the organizations in the Amazon News against those who stand in their way Brazil's far-right President Shaya boatswain auto wants to exploit the forests comic potential and is often accused of cheering on these criminal groups Wilkinson says the problem started long before Bolsonaro took office but ads what's new is that Brazil has a president who is openly hostile to the Brazilians who are trying to protect your forest including the government's own Inbar agencies killings in conflicts over Amazon Land and resources a common in Brazil Brazil's pastoral Van Commission which tracks these says the been more than three hundred in the last decade only fourteen cases went to trial says Wilkinson when people get killed in this part of the Amazon lers are almost never brought to justice the police blamed the fact that communities where killings happen often are remote but in fact even when killings happened in town they released any serious investigation these criminal groups often have connections in high places and plenty of weapons activists and also environment enforcement officials who dared to challenge them can expect their lives to be turned upside down the Soda Community How just ask Yoshiko logo ratty Saddam Lobos thirty seven and an indigenous Brazilian he lives deep in the rainforest inefficient community in the state of Para last logo launched a campaign to stop illegal loggers and miners invading his communities land he put handmade signs on trees pointing out their lands protected by law and telling landgrabbers to keep out it wasn't long before we started getting death threats his mind boss Katha Pinta Mata logos some loggers and miners decided to kill him and set up an ambush he escaped because he received a last minute tip off the Lobos now enrolled in a zillion government protection program for rights activists some the threat although he says it only provides limited security mostly in Kohl's and police escorts when he travels in the same program is this man never dodger decision running against I wouldn't wish this life on anyone there's a lot of suffering that's Danielle Pereira an environmental activists also he and his wife took on logos and a work one day to find to freshly dug graves outside that they spent the last six months at a secret address in Brazil's capital Acilia and have no idea when they return to the forest even in the big city they don't feel safe as a spur Sochi a residential some groups people who are against US belong to organized groups they are rich criminals who have the money to go wherever they like the emotional toll of living at constant risk is huge says Seo logo is squeaky he says he will it's public places and has stopped hanging out with Francis you're aware that you could be killed at any moment he says we don't know who to trust Lobos considered giving up his campaign to protect the forest on which is community depends question do I do. He's decided to carry on because he says in his heart he knows is sue you prefer to name. York was doing the right thing.

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"katha" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

10:17 min | 2 years ago

"katha" Discussed on Before the Millions

"If you WANNA know why it's not working why you've been trying these youtube videos these you'd meet videos these the articles these podcasts ups. You've been formulating this real estate plan and you've been going out to look for motivated sellers or you've been on Zillow. You've been cold calling. You've been doing all these things from these videos and these articles and these blogs and these forums and it's just not working. If you WANNA know why it's not working if you want to know why you're struggling on your journey to full time employment. If you WANNA know why you've learned so much but you've taken so little action episode one twenty five I break down exactly what's keeping most of us from actually actually building a transformational business a real estate machine. I'm GONNA say exactly what's holding you back and why it's not working and why you've been so focused on information and the transformation is on the other side of a key ingredient that there's an episode one twenty five guys so if you want a little bit of a taste of what I have in mind and and how in kind of how I have this idea to go solo and maybe even unscripted scripted this archive that I've presented to you guys today. We're Kinda. Give you a little bit of insight as to how it may just look in a few months so there's your tip of the week let's go ahead and get into the meat and potatoes of today's episode our conversation with Mr Michael Becker and now your feature presentation for for my career everything we're just going up. You couldn't make a bad loan and all of a sudden it worked until it didn't and then it didn't work at all that that was the exact opposite so it's probably a banker like you'll making loans for about three or four years before everything hit the fan and then for about a Tutu due to natural period of pretty much all I was problem workout smile is working for a regional bank my bank up up by Wells Fargo in two thousand eight and you know pretty much overnight. Everything switched stand that and then we just Kinda did problem workouts all these people that I was making loans to unheralded a big book of business to go in and try to figure out how to get all their money back ours ars most most of money back as we possibly could so I was Kinda the grim reaper there for a little while. I'm you know foreclosing kind of work in working these loans out and a okay. I think the last thing from my mind really during that time was you know hey I wanna go best and get into real estate. new rule kind of things that can kind of flip my switch was uh-huh you know two thousand and ten my mom passed away in so she was in her late fifties and kind of you know watching her dad can sacrifice their entire lights and save money and this literally means for hopes that once they hit retirement they go kind of enjoying travel onto what was stopped in. My mom died before she should go do that and that was that was one thing that kind of really impact impactful on me that can lead you know was pointed you. That kind of stuff is also important down some balance to be able to lead your life while you're young young and healthy because you never know what tomorrow has that was kind of something I hit me when I was in my early Thirties and then and then one of the other things will happen. I think it was in two thousand and two thousand ten or two two thousand two thousand ten tax return early two thousand eleven. I went to my tax returns and I it was a pretty well paid. Employees did pretty gets myself but I wanted to is on my returns and I couldn't even itemize tax returns. I have zero deductions W. Two employees eight putting money in a 401k and this kind of got pissed me off to be honest with you got upset said about that I kind of reflect back are looking a lot of our clients. I was loaned money to and they made all this money done right make millions of dollars and I'll go their tax returns. They all show like paper losses on the tax returns so paying little or no tax and I was kind of just kind of upset me in talking to my son. He's like there's nothing I can do for you. All you have is a w. two and a four one K. so you gotta ah either own a business owned real estate and that's kind of what really you know. Real estate seemed a little bit more attainable to be started reflecting kind of paying attention to what's going on in the world is looking at how much real estate is on sale. No Two thousand eleven everything started Katha unfreezing and coming back. That's when I went out and started about a three bed two thousand mosquito Texas for like seventy five eighty grand spent fifteen gram renovating it in the natural thing to Reynolds her eleven hundred bucks a month or something like that that's kind of how I got started starting at one bad while three basketball single family house in two thousand eleven and then you know kind of ended up doing sixteen rent houses one by one by one between twenty eleven twenty thirteen early twenty thirteen and cats that process realized that it was over scalable you know if I wanted to really do you know bigger and and better things you need to get larger properties and all the time I was doing that I was successful. Linney markets are coming back on late two thousand and can start alone in on a multi family projects a lot of the stuff that was kind of printed product to fix although the broken properties from the recession kind of build a program out for Wells Fargo wind up doing a ton of loans in this kind of realized that I you know I I knew a whole lot. I was only taking advantage of a little bit of it at that time. You could look oh you're talking about. When you say that what you're being taxes opposed to a real estate investor business owner would be would be taxed on that cross What would that look like yeah I I live in Texas like you do so we're fortunate to only have the federal income tax worry about so? If you live in someplace like Connecticut New York or California you gotTa State Income Tax on top of event but I believe I was I was somewhere in the twenty eight thirty tasks. executive was so not every dollar I was is I was grossing After you know you did a full day on Saturday sunshine. I was paying twenty eight percent hanging out thirty forty thousand bucks whatever it was on on one hundred two thousand dollars an income that I that I would make in kind of contrast fat now literally millions of dollars a year through through the benefit of depreciation in some of these recent tax law changes that you can even accelerated depreciation. I can basically make millions of dollars offset appreciation pay zero federal income tax legally just by doing some strategic planning and it's a really really safe for simple thing to do and it's all just do to kind of the benefit that you get up professional having God benefit of depreciation off settings foreign earned income that you might get when you when you first started having someone on Israel's believable was because Glendon industry and you started to see that they were investors that you were doing some of these again these secrets these are things that any me any secret will tell you it sounds like things started to click for you. Seeing all the benefits that you saw that for you was more tangible and again it can it can relate back to what was talk with mom your personal life at that time that was really easy to to start can answer the saying that enemy of enemy of grain is good. Did you know something like that. So you have a good life. Everything's going well and you make six figures have a 401k and you get your four five weeks of vacation that you can take a year and company. He called our company. expense account things like that. That's what a lot of what I had. A lot of temporaries had in the bank and sees in the banker. You kinda printed ended in certain level conservatism that is Kinda. Sometimes it's hard because when you go out Mak- making investment weather is a single family flip house or whatever whatever it is or a multi-million family property Never GonNa know everything you need to know right. You're always gonNA have some level of certainty when you go out there. Doing I'm doing transaction. That's kind of separate so a better investor. Some those are can take action from those. I can't is your ability to be able to understand doing up diligence. Look at the deal understand the risks and do the deal anyways writes. She's got Take enough steps in structured deal in a way that you mitigate as much as it's possible but you never can eliminate all risk getting one of these deals. A lot of people just simply can't get over that and take on power like a risk and then you know I'm quite friends. A lot of people are lazy too so you think they're second on that type of risk. anyways wasn't taken on different restaurants not really aware what they're doing so there there you got the risk of the stock stock market and all this stuff this outside of their control. They knew for much for less about now what I do about a three bed two bath house keep Texas because you know I grew up in area backdraft neighborhoods. I know where the employment is under the rent cops. Are I mean I can do basic math and I'm saying well you know incomes income man what my expenses are going to be on a monthly basis awesome have enough reserves offset anything unexpected that to me as far less risky than than stick money in a 401k and going into future with some indeterminate outcome of the stock market and indeterminate changes attacks on the future. That's to me that's crazy rescue. You're having all your income beans are single source source being your employer that can only simply lay you off in a bad economy which I was fortunate enough to survive two rats major recessions bunch of Laos implores the last one in a tech crunch I was working at IBM that will not happen animates to four or five rounds of layoffs back when I was in my twenties and so just to me it seems crazy to put eggs in one basket. You're a single source. Income at your employer can fire you. Basically you have no control your destiny but I don't think people people perceive it that way they perceive what do what you do is risky because you have to borrow money and you know be entrepreneurial and you don't have to have you company health insurance France anymore. You know stuff like that like how do you. How do you health insurance? You simply go out and buy you know what you do. am I people just can't get over those little simple things and they perceive risk the wrong fashion the other people. I think a lot of people will just Kinda lazy a lot of people. I'm you'll want to stay home and play video games and you know screw around with the house in man you know I'm I took the time to go out and get network to get educated and go to all these local girl state besser clubs and how many Saturdays I gave up how many evenings I gave away from my family layer screwing around doing whatever I WANNA do to go out and you know and get Bauer to now raise capital getting on a airplane on Thursday and new into Orlando for.

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"katha" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"katha" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"A rocket fired here. The US embassy in Baghdad inside the heavily fortified green zone. The rocket was fired just days after the State Department, ordered a partial evacuation of the embassy and consulate in repeal of non-essential staff, and now your host jordansekulow. Welcome back to Jay seculow life, second half hour coming up later, the broadcast, we are going to get into this piece, played big offered, we may have to spend some time tomorrow as well. Because there's a lot of interested, what is happy with Iran, and we're not just breathe this up to bring it up. There was another incident. Yes. Last night in Iraq, where a Hezbollah back group that she, it's they can locate they know exactly where the rockets fired from. They know it's a Shia neighborhood. They know Hezbollah is activated there. And so it's a rocket it gets fired inside the green zone, this aroused, the US embassy at our assets in Baghdad. It lands a mile away for the US embassy. So all bake, sits about why these not essential staff was sit out of Iraq for the US State Department that starts to make sense of the threat that Iraq supposed to this provocation by Iran. And I think what they don't realize they're not dealing with President Obama warp. So you keep provoking, you keep provoking you tack oil ships attack used roads from Hootie rebels also Roddy at back. To attack oil lives. The desert using drugs military drugs, Utech, the vessels, your rhetoric goes up, yet you're kind of forgetting your rod. What you've got city, your backyard, which is the USS Abraham leak, it entire strike team at more vessels on the way be fifty two bothers patriot missile systems that a patriot missile system. It systems being put in place and not a lot of friends, but let's be honest with Iran. It's not like the Gulf states of their friends. They do not have a lot of friends of the world they don't have a lot of real allies at the world and they don't have their people to rely on either. They have the revolutionary guard. Ed, the religious leadership in Iran. So they've the political class, which is head selected by the religious leadership. Ed, the small part of their military, which actually is well funded and would be responsible. Idi Katha, conflict, really with the US, both of their military would walk right off, like skip, walk back through that, again that idea that. That if it did get into this conflict, so you really believe that the conflict is between the US in the Iraqi, revolutionary guard was stabbed classified as a terrorist organization, and that the uniform erotic military unrelated to the revolutionary guard would not have to see if we could make it clear to them would not have to get into a conflict with the US effect could help rebuild Iraq. Yeah, I think what we need to look at. This is very similar to what Hitler had to do. He had to have a regular army, but then he had his own SS and groups like that to keep the regime in power. The same thing has happened in Iran. It's the Revolutionary Guards which are the ones who keep the regime in power, the army as a force, regular army is a forest that's made up of draftees, many of whom are a political they're not interested in this, they wanna do their time, get out the typical thing like that, if we were to go in, in a way and make it clear to the army that we were not going to be going after them unless they responded to us. And we were going after the powers that be. There's a very high likelihood in my view. And I've read it among others who think that the army might sit the war out. In fact, might even side with us against the regime, so that the regime would be tossed out, and they would have an opportunity to put in a government. That's more support by the people. Let's go to Nancy in New York online, five he'd been hold on dates before we get to expert. You're on the air. Sure. That the American people wake up because. What's happening in this country and around the world, just didn't happen in two or three years? Been implemented in the past sixty years. Yes. And for us to. That down in Iran as the past administrations have done this show how we have now. Is that the, the JCP oh, the Iranian nuclear.

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Saudis blame Iran for drone attack amid calls for US strikes

John Batchelor

07:58 min | 2 years ago

Saudis blame Iran for drone attack amid calls for US strikes

"Though. We'd been worried about Iranian provocations for weeks. You never know where the strike is coming for ships, targeted near the strategic Emirati port of food our food, Jiwa rall in which the described as a sabotage attack. One of the ships was flying a flag another Norwegian flag. This attack is part of the complication of the Gulf, because there is an ongoing feud between the UAE and Saudi Arabia on one side, and Katha Amman Kuwait on another side. This is the Gulf Cooperation Council. There's also an ongoing war between Saudi Arabia and the element in Yemen, the who phase who are allied with Tyra, so. An attack at the UAE has everybody looking around and saying who did it. And why? And how do they gain from this? It's a mystery that begins immediately within these last hours. We have the crown prince of Saudi Arabia on a tweet and through a newspaper. That's published in English not only blaming Iran for these attacks. But. Recommending guiding the US just surgical strikes on the Iranians in answer to the attacks on these four tankers. We welcome ambassador Barbara leaf. Bob relief was the US ambassador to the United Arab Emirates during the Obama administration and early in the Trump administration. She's a senior fellow at the Washington Institute, Madame Basseterre very good evening to you. When you heard the news about the attack on the tankers, what was your first thought surprised? Did you look to Tehran? Did you say this could get worse? Good evening to. Well, you know, frankly I wasn't entirely surprised. It's the sort of thinly disguised, the Niable kind of, at that the Iranians have gotten quite good at now that said it didn't come, right? Out of the blue did it because you had as a backdrop study esscalation of tensions between Washington Washington and Tehran. Of course, the, the big backdrop is, is the decision by the one year anniversary recently of the decision by President Trump to withdraw the US from the Iranian nuclear accord, and enter exert a campaign about pressure economic pressure largely, so there have been some straws in the wind, but I think the most important thing to look at for the moment is the announcement on the fifth, but the national security adviser John Bolton that the US had decided to accelerate deployment of, of. Carrier strike group, that was already in route to the goal against of US detecting certain threat streams. And so with a very stiff warning from the national security adviser that the US would use relentless force studying attacks on the US interests or those of its allies. I think it's a little bit predictable that you would then see Iran do something that was denial. But just their reports of fighting in who died the as the who the's and Saudi forces both broke the cease fire. That was that followed an announcement that these going to withdraw the troops from that. So what is what, what account for the resumption of the hostilities and is the reached in Stockholm in danger of completely collapsing? Well, I think there's, there's real. Strain. There's real pressure on the agreement and the agreement was really just showing some attraction with the beginnings of the redeployment out of a data in two other small ports, but you have to recall that on, that we had the, the, the sabotage attacks so mysterious, bombings of four tankers off of gera- on Sunday, the twelve and then the next day, several drone attacks of on armed return attacks against a Saudi east west of oil pipeline, which likes the pipeline that runs from different era is a way for the Emirati the Saudis to export oral without going through the strait of our moods. So stations were bombed, the who in fact, took took responsibility. Responsibility for these attacks and the coalition then retaliated yesterday. So I think there will be in fact, some very significant strain on this on this agreement. But, you know, the Hootie really had no cause to do what they did Madame or is it? Is it possible that the Iranians believe they're about to be attacked? Is that what's going on here? Do they believe that the US is going to use our strength to crush them? I do not accept that I think the Iranians are shuffling. A lot of assets around an have been prepatory step possibly. But I don't believe I don't believe Tehran. Thanks. It was about to be attacked by this carrier group, coming to the Gulf after all, we have traditionally had a carrier group in the Gulf. We've, we've several administrations now have have strived to keep a carrier present in the goal and there are casually, gaps in that coverage. But I don't think they looked at this as an imminent attack. I, I tend to think frankly that it was a test. It was a test of the proposition that we would indeed meaningfully extend such a security on wlov. Over of loosely define. And allies in their interests and see what we would do if if they wept some. So they denied it. They were the first to report on it. In fact, and expressed shock and indignation at these mysterious attacks. There are suggestions, and people who try to says that the Saudis, you a coalition have reason to feed the crisis and against the US to ramp up tensions with Iran. They're being hit from various sides, and see the danger in the streets of her Moos. What do you think? Do you trust that the, the non US intelligence on? This conflict is scribe responsibility to Iran, which is certainly capable of doing all of these things is this tied to the arrival of the USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN. So I the attacks are tied but I think it's more. They are tied to the to the bay fifth announce mentor. That makes warning by the White House about any any move to attack you interest or those of an out of allies, but I don't you know, look, I haven't seen the intelligence, but having worked in government quite recently and seeing this kind of thread intelligence for years. I don't have any reason to think at suspect the problem with intelligence of courses. It's a piece of a larger puzzle that you are trying to put together and trying to divine intent on the part of your adversary. It's very, it's very tough, tough enterprise,

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"katha" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"katha" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Max Kaiser talked to spectrum news saying he was aboard. The delta flight when a twenty year old woman began ranting about wanting to die. The woman having by Katha great who was blinded together then happening twenty eight misguide the Raleigh North Carolina to New York City flight touched down at the airport yesterday without incident, but the pilot had declared an emergency because the woman apparently tried to open the door into the cockpit. Her father NF, light attendant successfully subdued her and she was taken to a hospital for observation once on the ground investigators are working in gathering evidence. After a makeshift drug lab was discovered on Long Island a nine one one call originally came in concerning a man passed out in his side yard on west beach street in Long Beach that prompted has mad crews to arrive on the scene around eight o'clock yesterday morning and some nearby residents were evacuated the man hospitalized with unknown injuries. And there's no word on exactly what was being cooked up in that lab. The MTA is investigating claims of excessive overtime pay. And it's ruffling some feathers between board members and union leaders. Patrick foy. That transit agencies chairman says overtime abuse isn't a widespread issue, but needs to be closely looked at either way, it's the MTA's responsibility to manage monitor and control over time, most overtime hours or legitimate and work by employee's away from their families. There was a small fraction of overtime that is fraudulent and involves abuse of the current system. Well, an emergency meeting was held at Mt. Headquarters yesterday after board member Larry Schwartz said so much should go to jail amid reports some employees pulled in over six figures in overtime last year. Well, Al Sharpton, civil rights group is hosting a gathering of surviving family members. Following this week's tragic Harlem fire James flippin has details. The national action network hosting loved ones following Wednesday mornings fire in Harlem that claim the lives of forty five year old Andrea Polidori four of her children and our adult stepson at the national action networks house of Justice along one hundred and forty fifth street and upper Manhattan, an I'm thirty gathering reportedly some members of the polymer family are angry as they hurt and deal with their grief angry that miss Polidori left. Something burning on the stove, and she may have the sable the smoke alarms, but others are saying the public housing unit where she lived was a fire trap. And that Nitra should have done more. When the unit was renovated in nineteen ninety four I'm James flippin, W, O R news. Well, founded the bees being relocated after they swarm trees outside of a building in the Bronx yesterday afternoon. The insects were moving between different trees. According to residents who live there along grand concourse in the kingsbridge heights sex. No one suffered any beast things. Sports and weather up next. Wwl news time to oath ry fan of the movies want.

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"katha" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"katha" Discussed on Q95

"Dran? Let me tell you, babe. Excuse me. Do we understand the nature of it? Let's move on. Brad Pitt was seen at her party. Now. Wait a minute. Yeah. Kids. Sara Lee's thrown rumor. But no kidding. Sure. They're all going to be fine. Pick. Yeah. The ability. Okay. Arnoux magin trying to never mind trying to what Charlie's or Jen. I tried to call her, Jim. Really, Jenny jenness. You got a shot off, dude? She'd love me. Are you kidding me? I love those patients. She'd call you the suspect. Jennifer is a down to earth. She is she would meet Jennifer, she's not going to be like immediately attracted to me. But once she gets me. Get used to the taste of duct tape. Pictures of you guys in Kabul. Your mantle. Yeah. Jennifer, Aniston amazing. Bikini. And I'm I'm there in my shirt, swimming, swimming, legal shirt on. SPF with my hair looking in sane. Like a corn dog in my. What is she? Julia Roberts and Lyle Lovett have we seen a couple of such. Now, you've got a couple more stories over there. And I've got to dig this one up for you. Have you seen the Bob Ross story? I have seen the boss Katha sweep Bob Ross. Of course, the painter the the late great Bob Ross. I was let's like my second husband. Yes. That you're so calming very, yes. High school kids love Bob Ross, Barbara. Well, I mean, it was just amazing that my kids would come home from school. And the first thing they do is want to turn on Bob Ross. It was like the way to I've managed to immediately. Go. All right where where do you keep your marijuana? Way in. Students at Madison middle school in Abilene, Texas dawned curly, wigs blue button down shirts and glasses in tribute to Bob Ross pater students also painted little trees onto canvases while an episode of Ross's TV show. The joy of painting was projected onto a large screen. They were telling you it's big in middle school slow news day. Don't you think? That's interesting betton barely barely. Well. What have you got? Let's see if I have a more interesting story. Go ahead. You don't think attributed to the late? Great Bob Ross. He's going to Lambert's this weekend. That's more interesting at home with the throwed rolls. I watched tremors on Saturday. About giant worms the desert. Oh,.

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"katha" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:02 min | 2 years ago

"katha" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Your child. We should be looking to make sure that. Great opportunity, even if they come from a household is not perfect. Zoe. All right now when apple went zero seven seven three five sitting here talking about how this stuff goes viral and all these different things and. Dance. Now, this this one crazy do you love me KiKi? Do you love me? And I just I don't know. I can't bring myself to do stupid stupidity. Let alone. Do it in posted for the world to see me being stupid. Kate, Kate, man. I I I can't see I cannot see I just I just can't see it. I mean, I know other people have done it in you know, they they happy. Oh, I got one hundred thirty thousand views. You know, I I I came purposely do something stupid Indian post the won't everybody to look at it. And like, I don't need validation. Like that some of these people that I really don't need validation. I really don't. You know, I hope you like me. But if you don't know K, that's cool too. We we all good. We are all good. So I'm a I'm a I'm a little bit differently. So I don't I don't need that. I don't know. I don't need that validation. I you know, Ma validation to me is when. Men come up to me and say, hey, man, I got love for you though. What you do keep doing what you're doing? That's validation for me was validation to me is when a mother will say, hey, I get my child listening to you. Validation for me because but you trust the kid enough to listen to me. That's to me. That's that's validation. What a Will Smith one was a little bit different. Because that was about his family and had a fun with each other. So that's that's a little bit different. I'm always no respect that kind of stuff. There's always stuff when you doing which which which family and you're doing your loved ones. Yeah. Just having a good time teasing each other. That's different. I'm talking about these people who do individuals stuff to just try to get tension. They need attention so badly they record and everything they do every little set. That's not me. That just not it up to you guys. I I'll get all. I'll get all the thinks and laughter from Watson, y'all do stupid stuff. You know, I still love you still support you. I just I just I don't I don't need the attention and need the validation. Yeah. I'm cool. Cool. I would much rather sit down with you and talk about how how we can make some money or high you Fisher credit, then then let me take our out. My is post. Jess, right. So everybody can like it and be happy that I'm posting because I'm dancing on taking the pitch. But let me tell you something that I really like it was just a assault something in it. Was this amazing to me? So. If you haven't been essence festival, you notice a bunch of groups and groups of women that go together, and it'd be like ten of them. They are best friends from college grew up together. And they all walking around essence festival. Let me tell you. What was amazing to me how they was taking selfies. I mean, it was like no, I don't the lights not right here. No. You got to slim down on pitch. And I need to stand this way. Models a yellow TV, y'all. You know, what do y'all do for a living? What why is this? Where's where's the pitcher? Going is going on Facebook Instagram. Then why is it the serious? Why did this series? You know, we can't use that one. No, not that. When he then you gotta oh my God. To me. This is absolutely crazy to me. But hey. I'm just not tidy. And I guess that idea. All right. Give me some stocks that you guys will recommend me these thoughts and let me know why you like these stocks go ahead and post Monday you as right now. So I can announce them give me your stocks. Why you like them? So people can go over today. To the different accounts get online and bass some of these stocks today. So just know. Well, black marvel says WBZ's is just some things about women with have understand. Dude was doing the studio. I mean, that's the part. That was crazy to me guys was even doing weight, man. I need my muscle anymore, Chester. Look this way. Now, I expect go go to other side. What are you who me is just it's unbelievable to me? It is in you need validation that much. No. People get happy when it's like fifty people that like they think, oh, I got fifty people like this. Okay. You know what? Great idea. Let me think let me see I might not can't say this idea 'cause we record a television show. And I get the radio show going is like twelve million people. Don't don't see I might not. Can you say the idea out loud? Just let yet. But let me let me see this this. Let me see this exists. This exists. Then not talk about it. This thing. No, it does not exist. Whoa. Not exists. No. Okay. I need to do some research. Now, I might have don't don't let me give you some breaking news. My own sound effect with breaking news. I might have found. A billion dollar idea. Talking about these crazy pitches. Oh, my God, it doesn't exist. So let me do some research that might have a big surprise to be out tomorrow. I have a big surprise tomorrow. So let me do some research to find out if this exists and find out this exists. So. Give me your stocks that you think is a good stock to invest in. Now as we talked about this bad hours a month thing, right? Early on in the show. All y'all was giving me was marijuana stocks. So if all you giving me marijuana size. Don't you think maybe we should only marijuana farm? Right. So give me the stocks again that you like give me the stocks that you really like, I know somebody gave me, but was MC L NCO immediate steps that you really like. And I'm gonna say the stocks again have people look at them them do some research. See if they wanna buy now, one of the things that I'm material you you need to be looking at right now. Is crypto currency again. In the reason you need to be looking at it again is because of what happened. The other day you had Facebook by coin based app a one billion dollars. Facebook Mark Zuckerberg would not purchase a coin base app. If he didn't think he was gonna make five billion off of the one billion dollar purchase that makes sense to do it which tells me that something is going on in the crypto industry this about the bus wide open. Now, one of the things that I said was look. I think that North Korea and China is going to be behind this. Because the only problem that North Korea has is they have no money. This is the easiest way for them to get money. Crypto currencies and if China opens cryptocurrency back up in Asia and Japan joins in in Russia joins the and if North Korea can Gideon low right now it will literally literally shoot through the roof rate. That's a great point word Katha said we need the back Facebook stock as well, you're right. Because if this bitcoin jumps Facebook is going jump. You're absolutely right. So we need to start looking at that. And thinking about that again, because it's no way. Zuber is going to spend a billion dollars. No way, he spins a billion dollars. If he's not gonna make five billion offered. No way in the world. So that tells me right there you need to keep an eye on what's going on. And see part of the reason I'm telling you need to keep an eye on what's going on is because some other things to taking place in that crypto sector where they're creating literally like banks where you can't you can't buy the Bank, but you can buy and sell your coins through the bay. So. The stocks that I mentioned originally Rodney were. G in g G L in NH GOP H MC MCI g. And Tuesday t u e s. We come back a McGee some more stocks. And let's talk about their black Barbara back marvel said, well, what do you think about companies producing sex downs? Let's talk about that..

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"katha" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"katha" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Herndon Virginia. Hey, Omar, what's on your mind today? Taking my call before I get to my topic. Mentioning that either Peter Paul Katha one of the Roman soldiers here in DC tended to their OMON soldier, Peter, Peter cutoff, and Jesus healed it back up. Okay. So I'm trying to get to that. Because you know, they believe in Jesus. It's a very confident person. He he here to people who are in pain hurt. I don't understand why Donald Trump who who basically doing the opposite. Yeah. They don't believe in Jesus, Omar, they they they believe in the in the God of the Old Testament in vengeance in wrath filled. God there are little flickers of that through the New Testament that that most biblical scholars believe were added long after Jesus was dead. But those are the flickers. I mean, you know, it's just they're not they're not really. Yeah. Talk about this new attorney general become another puppet. When I'm when I think. That I think that would be good for us at the power of the ballot box because you would have legitimate. Look any also be very powerful, and he's been damaged Republican in the long term. You know, my expectation for the Democrats to focus on kitchen table issues. You know, so we can before the heat with twenty twenty. Trump try to run twenty twenty the about box is going to be powerful. And he's gonna do at grave damage to the Republican party. Thank you. You know, I think you're right. And and it and it causes me to raise another question, which I'll I'll repeat after the break is over in. That is you know, Mitch McConnell right now is is willing to ride this this Trump shutdown train as long as is necessary. Mitch McConnell could end the shutdown literally in ten minutes. Well, maybe it takes thirty. But you know, e could he ended within an hour. All he'd have to do is call a vote. Let's have a vote on the legislation that we passed in the Senate on December nineteenth needs to be revoted. Because we've got a new Senate. It's a whole new congress every two years it reboots, and so all the legislation that that didn't get passed last time has to be brought forward all over again for a vote. But let's have a vote on that piece of legislation that the Senate pass back in December the house just passed it intact. Not a word changed. So all the Senate has to do is hold a vote on it and McConnell Mitchell. Turtle is refusing to do that. So why? This is the question why what is McConnell afraid of? He clearly he clearly doesn't want to challenge Trump. But is it that he's afraid of Trump is it that he's afraid that the Chinese interests that have apparently gotten to him through his wife's business, Mike come out is it that his complicity in in in in Russian and other foreign involvement in our elections. Mitch McConnell took several million dollars from from a Russian oligarch affiliated the fellow some during the campaign is it that that's gonna come out. I mean, what is it that you know, what personal interests of Mitch McConnell's is he hiding is he burying by protecting Donald.

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"katha" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"katha" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"But turn also reminder that it's actually kind of okay. And you don't stop being a person just because your illness or your disability or whatever is more noticeable? Yeah. Now, turn his also convicted anarchist, but he wields a huge amount of unofficial power in coast crest enough to get the guards to leave unit day, spring alone. And also to get them to take out the other the only other witness who is a human who had tried to turn in unit day spring for speaking old English, which apparently is a cause for suspicion because it's the language that was spoken by the Scotty. And this is old English to the folks living two thousand years in the future. They're not they're not kicking Chaucer area. And I really love it. Whenever Scott, jeaner, speaking old English, which is to say, our modern or well, at least nineties English is done in little brackets. It's a foreign language because in this world is a foreign language. Yeah. That's a really nice touch. Now, turn has been in contact with the day springs indirectly. And there's a package waiting for them. That is going to turn out to be the komento spa body of. Rachel summers of mother Ghani. But meanwhile, indicastors apocalypse everything is orgies and Louis the fourteenth decadence, and we see the current version of apocalypse because remember apocalypse has been changing bodies quite frequently at this point. Is this withered old man in this wonderful futuristic, apocalypse tech, Mexico surrounding music sort of sitting in the chest. And there are these traditional like early X-factor era, apocalypse heads just sort of hovering to either side in front of him at this point apocalypse isn't even trying to pretend that that's his real body because he real so much power. He doesn't need to. Also, wielding more and more power is a very young strife who is quickly growing up into an absolute terror. We meet him for the first time immediately after he has incinerated his latest tutor and strife is being being raised by severity. This is the the product we met initially from whom Scott Jean-Ann, Rachel and Nathan fled and severe has taken on raising this terrible child, basically as penance for letting letting that group of Scott escape. And we find out here that strife is straight up being groomed. As a new body for apocalypse, and this includes apocalypse, accelerating development of strifes mutant powers that brings us a further three years into this future with the adventures of cyclops and Phoenix number three through the years. This issue has the same creative team. But our inking Katha Mari has this time brought in additional additional to ally. Mark Pennington, Joe Rubinstein and still also Terry Austin who came on with this you too. So gene in her guise of red and a few years later is working really hard to tutor Nathan and his telekinesis into using telekinesis to pull back his infection partially to keep himself. Okay. And partially to mask him from anybody who might get suspicious, but he's frustrated by all of this. Yeah. I mean, this is an eight year old who is who has been living on the run his entire life. And is being told is being. Taught to use powers. He can barely use. He can barely access or control just to survive. He's got a ton of responsibility. It's way too much for kid his age, and he's really really frustrated to. It's gene responds. Community thin listening closely..

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"katha" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"katha" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"What they want. So I look down in my phone and I was like, you know, I need somebody that could come co host to show with me that is not only familiar with the audience and vice versa, but represent shot town to the fullest used to work at Wrigley field growing up and just so happens to hear his name when he's not listening even on this program because I've talked about their show for five years. And when he is listening, his name is Joseph. So call raw. I play the guy on the show that does the work because work does need to be done and work does need to get done with Tommy steps into the phone. So walk them to the program brother pleasure to be here. Jalen. Thanks for having me. So at twelve. Oh one Saturday into Sunday. This weekend. I was watching the new show and I want to talk to you bought a few relationships, hit me the hours just trying to get you to untangle for me what's going on with this new Ston Angela, you know, relationship outta I again and a little too intimate, but my tastes relationships are hard. I think that we're when we're at low points in our lives, even those awful relationships for a start looking good again, just say, you broke up with that woman. She's crazy Jane. She's crazy how many times I tell you, but you know what? You're having a bad day. Look, it goes, he's having a couple two, three drinks. You know what's good. Let me just scroll through the phone here. Angela, that seemed to work out at one point. You're a little delusional, boom. You hit the call button swertz movie ever made man, absolutely Angeles playing double agent literally because now her tasha outta avocados, tasha wanna make sure she keep Tari. Katha jail. Oh, I mean, that is get us. The craziest thing I've ever seen those two getting together, but who's playing. Oh, that's another thing too. And my favorite part is that Angela thinks she's got Tommy in the full now, but she's, she's actually doing the work for Tommy. That's where I was going like my head exploded when you look down at the phone and it was her and you answer. And of course you told her never to call you again, but what was going on in your mind when you saw her name and number on the phone? Well, when I see some of the stuff in the script I go, what..

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"katha" Discussed on The Polygon Show

The Polygon Show

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"katha" Discussed on The Polygon Show

"I feel like things in your backlog should be things actively want to play or keep playing. So if you don't feel bioshock or code or or you know any open world game for me than I wouldn't say that's on your backlog because you're never ever going to go back to it. Probably. Gun show. This is earned Weber. I run the sonic the hedgehog Twitter account and the game. I'm most embarrassed to have never played, but then I own have owned for while is actually the Witcher three wild hunt. And the reason this is most embarrassing for me is because I own the entire which your series but have only ever played the very first game for about twelve to sixteen hours and foolishly trying to push myself to go through the series in order one game at a time, but CD project red, please don't hate me. I've been playing a lot of Nino Kuni to recently which is really good and have at least seven other games in the backlog right now, but I'm trying to get through as well. So, but of all the games that I haven't played that I'm really looking forward to, which are three is the one that I'm very excited to play. Hopefully in the near future. Thanks, hey, what's up? Polygon it's teddy, I'm an indie game maker. I worked on hyper. Light drifter before that I was designer at Disney and Microsoft, and after I was directing for square inex- for a bit. But now I'm India. Again, I'm based in LA where I co-founded indie collective glitch city. But I've been in east and southeast Asia for the last few months talking developers here and working on my new stuff. Anyway, the game is still haven't played is ho ho, Kim. It was PS three PS four in Vida is made by Honey slug and Richard Hogg and it's like this super chill game where you control this guy, snake thing kind of feels like your height and your flying around in these really wims e world's cute characters. And it just feels so wholesome and beautiful and relaxing. And the last couple years have been kinda shitty for the whole world. So it just seems like the sort of thing we should be playing more of these related. Nice, relaxing, vibes, local Roco, ash Katha. Mari ish and most notably they have soundtrack that it was a collaboration with. Record label called ghostly who represent artists in the soundtrack like Tyco. She gets come True's and that's just not done that often. It's a really nontraditional type of Sandra that I'm super into. And I got a couple of that game, but I just haven't. And I think it's because it's just to chill. Like there's nothing that I need to play in it. There's nothing no secret or drama or something. And it has a problem that a lot of really unique games have, which is it's not more of something I already love like a camp, finish one game and be like, oh, you know, it's exactly like this game JoJo calm. I gotta go play hokum. So it's kind of hard to find a bridge into like, this is the week where I'm going to really get into hokum also it was only Vida and I never really got into Vida anyway, I should play it us probably play it. It's steadied eve by pay polygon show. This is Allston Walker from way point. And I'm here to admit that probably the biggest game in my pile of shame is final, fantasy, twelve. It's a game that I know I would love it has such a unique setting and so many interesting characters and I, I know that it Dell's into all of the weird political BS that I am entirely here for with a billion different factions and species, and races and backstabbing at high fantasy, but also kind of gritty and places is one hundred percent. My shit. And yet I've put all of a few hours into it from from its rerelease last year when it first came out in two thousand six to seven thousand six. It came out just after my PS two broke and I was in college at the time and that meant that I was not able to get my PS two. Six because I was baroque. And so I spent like years tally myself that one day they would re release file a fancy, twelve. Finally able to go back and play it and they did..

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"katha" Discussed on Newsmakers

Newsmakers

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"katha" Discussed on Newsmakers

"It'll exchanger career five or six years and and you'll have a weapon that you never had before and my question for matt harvey would be do you have that commitment you know by the time we saw roger clemens get to houston he was ninety ninety one now like you said he's a that's that's a hall of famer those guys are different they burn a little bit different fuel and all of that but he understood that it was that one skill said he used a strikeout twenty mariners you can't do that anymore you're gonna have to set him up you know phil garner's told us one hundred times when he managed roger he goes oh my god i'm looking up in the second inning the basis or loaded again he's walking guys all over the place and i'm not going to let the guy embarrassed himself i gotta go get him because the next thing i look up it's seven and a third innings one run eight ks for walks you knew what he was doing he knew he was going not going to give into the unpire or the hitter and he was going to make the hitter pitch to the hitters he wanted to pitch to and i i you know if i were mad i would say i would call roger i would call andy i will call somebody and go look high katha be i'm an open book now i have no place to go i'm low and maybe he's not that maybe he hasn't hit rock bottom yet so it'll be interesting to see it'll be a game we'll we'll all wanna see pitching pitching tonight at dodgers says i just i can't imagine that what was not working for him as a met is also gonna start working from his red you know sometimes you do see guys that like the change organizations people pitchers may be not as well known as a guy like matt harvey but also they'll just dumped by team some pick them up they'll have like three phenomenal starts be like oh my gosh well how did that team let him go this guy is amazing and.

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"katha" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"katha" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"What did you think i mean i don't know there's parts of it that are cool there's parts of it that are not cool it tries to be show that looks like it's really big budget but it's not there because they have like some good like katha ways would see gee and there's some good kind of world building is good the sets look really have some certain sets that look okay but then he soon as you see a group of people at all breaks down because like all of their costuming is like why are they dressed like i don't know the dress like you you're gonna have a problem with the cost of it didn't bother me let's breakdown let's set of the series the whole show starts two hundred years before the birth of superman on a thriving crypto but they all live in like bubble cities because the planets all fucked up and so it's the city a cantor and the main character is said l which is clark cal els grandfather it's right and i guess they live like his son will live like a hundred and seventy three years so they live longer than humans obviously so there's the two hundred year gap but the series starts with the house of l getting their crest ripped from their family they become rank list and it's a whole crip this canedo is a whole society of ranks and i'd like the stuff they pulled from manesty like because it's clear who wrote on man's deal he had this idea to make the show and you get a little bit of that from the beginning of that movie the crypt on you get a little bit of that in this movie get the same shards with the house of l s on it and you have the same thing where they're everyone's genetically predisposed picked what their job is no choice everything's decided for you i love all that stuff i love all that kind of stuff.

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