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"kaya" Discussed on Kaya Pala Podcast

Kaya Pala Podcast

08:11 min | Last month

"kaya" Discussed on Kaya Pala Podcast

"If we prepare shin among eating for the day, 8 in radio and baklava. So I grew up listening to a.m. radio as well. My heart would always found that the thought of being on the radio Sunday, you know? Teenager, Palau, up until in Roland college. So bring excited go back is a coin. But Diana expensive dermatology, I had no other choice, but to pursue young education. As I mess more. So yes, gombi problem among money back then I would definitely go for a mask as my course in college. I would choose the best uni, and then I'll offer it on course, now you want. And I imagine myself having the time of my life studying, because I don't have to worry about anything. I just have to focus on my studies, and actually that's one of my what if in life. Like going out and getting some college from primary to high school, now I'm focusing on the guy in my career and my bag was acting today. My smuggling masie grass barco, career wise, achiever, must myself confidence career or parents long. Ibaka seika bug you are focused long sapa gara and I suppose to come, I use an emphasis, and after nan paga adamant. Why? People who experience the same situation can relate not. It is exhausting, and you feel like you really can't be to your fullest potential delegate. It might even be the reason why for some people they are in achiever in their career or some other aspect of their life. Because they're not used to being the best version of themselves, even though they have this innate talent. Jung's a bad thing. Then the situation they own. So, you know, yes, pretending I took up mass common college. I would have obliged at radio stations for my internship. Probably as a radio DJ, aluminum and half a million FM. Also that the monster radio Rx 93.1 medicine session done, they get college students from different units, the host one of their shows are you in garage and a bit as in Monday dream sounds among the DJ at the time. So I would have taken that internship and attended gigs for fun. Mom music festivals, workshops that would have exposed me to different career opportunities as soon as I graduated. I can't imagine how exciting and thrilling my college life would have been. There were, you know, now that I am an adult and working now, I'm earning my own money and I get to do what I want. I realized there is no such thing as being too late because we have our own timeline. And I know for some people, you might have read or heard this somewhere and you might say, can be shake and yen. It's something that has came to be true for me at least. Recently, la Luna pandemic. Right now missing Indian Sari Nico, I know what my strengths are. What my weaknesses are that in Somalia experiences nothing of Diana and go. And I know I know you magan the pursuit if ever, and I'm a God in the holiday. Being in this pandemic situation made me realize a lot of things and that one of them is that being with my loved ones and family and gaming coles so again, there is nothing more precious. It's a non negotiable. And I then work now and I'm earning money at my own money. It's just like being in that situation where all those Indiana man sahim Bina problem are mining. I have the freedom and the leverage at least to choose what I want and pursue what I want and work even harder for it. No. I also have the opportunity now to rekindle what I love back then, and that's one of the reasons why I started this podcast. It is said that a lot of Filipinos might be in the same predicament as it was before. But there are many, many ways to get yourselves educated. Totally avoid on college. And as long as your goal is to finish your studies, I think I'm on my way, even though maram become my experience along the way. You can go still pursue it. Education is not just having to finish our college degree. It's actually defined as both the act of teaching knowledge to others and the act of receiving knowledge from someone else, so it's a give and take situation. Some of us may have taken a different route, but got educated along the way. It might be through your personal experiences. Jung have practical skills nana acquire muscle work. You might experience this more wherever it is. Wherever it is that life is taken you. Skills in a pick up more how you talk the people will be archived. And seals or you're able to bring in more revenue to the table, or the simplest act of doing your job properly and maintaining that standard. That's something that you are well educated about. Some way somehow we are being educated as we go through life. It's a lifelong learning. Now, when you're ready, but you're going to do this hacking, you know, somewhere in your timeline. Middle part, and you feel like ready can anybody can you own? If it's to finish college or someone starting a bundle by bonkers more wuss than what they learn more, go ahead. Do not be pressured by the society and union achievements in a Bach more or whatever you want to eat them with a social media, easier said than done believe me. But once you learn to focus on yourself and your own progress, not even more. You really more want to improve gaba today than you were yesterday. At the end of the day, what is important is that you appreciate yourselves and what you have accomplished whether big, mall. Be proud of yourself, you're the only one who knows what you had to go through to be where you are at now. What more had been your appreciation from other people? Because most of the time, nomadi disappoint, learning to appreciate yourself and live your life on your own terms. So if I'm going to ask you if money wasn't an issue, what course would you have taken or what profession would you have ideally chosen? Share your answers with me on Facebook, a call pala podcast. I would really, really love to hear from you and your experiences. Till next time, shall thank you for listening to calla palam forecast with me, Mary. If you liked this episode, connect with me on Instagram at B mattified, our Facebook and kaya palak podcast. You.

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"kaya" Discussed on Kaya Pala Podcast

Kaya Pala Podcast

07:39 min | Last month

"kaya" Discussed on Kaya Pala Podcast

"Hi, welcome to kaya polar podcast, with me Marie. Here to discuss with you a very interesting topic for today, what course you would take if money wasn't an issue? The way we can rise above poverty is through education. And that something is strongly believe in, and I am very much for education, but what is the reason why you can not get a proper education is through poverty? But I'm in Filipino Argentina and I'm going to let you dial some Hyundai spoon scene. Pump project, equipment, la Luna, you know, digital and so everyone should have their own computer, otherwise of a guitar and katala. That they pass a partner in some computer shop, understandable but you may Tata with mopey. Mary Ben pajan, kalian and moire on Cambodia, pama sahi Moro, Bangkok in, grabby know Danny. According to statistic calm, as of 2020, the monthly average salary of a Filipino household was approximately 45,000 Philippine pesos. Malachi naina must made lower income families as well in whom I put in 30,000 new family income new a lot of people would have at least 15,000 malaria ion. Simple earners not in this way of penicillin 12,000 pesos now. Saud says some one. So 45,000 is a good, it's a good salary for a Filipino family, I would say. So if I do nothing 45,000 persons in a year, 585,000 pesos, khasan menage and 13th month bano. Unless you are in one of the universities that offers free college education assigned by president Duterte in 2018, your parents are going to see no mengo magazine Napa admiral would have to pay somewhere between 70,000 to 250,000 passes annually for a college level education means by depends university from Santana enrolled. Expenses involved. A dormitory would cost you a few more thousand pesos, rabino. Now body types are a sample household income not in a 585,000. But was an Athens 150 K for a college tuition and another 50 day parasa miscellaneous expense that's 200 gay off from your annual family income. Mirin an entire 385,000. Now happy in opinion 12 months. You have now 32,000 pesos a month, parasite expenses. That would include food, utility. Savings, health, expenses. It's impossible to attain financial freedom so the nipping set up in a what if hinky column E issam, hepati, imagine Guinean cajeta and stressful Parma passa some other than the university penis. So you even are thinking, they resort to good in college at madra bahun alarm, oriental working student. Paralysis. I think in a month ago studio and it is indeed a blessing and a privilege to be able to go through your college education without having to worry about these things. Young become a memorable punctuation next semester. Today, you might then when you're my basic expenses and a particular and more Hindi initial could be if you are in a situation of talent, limited budget, that's a huge thing. I personally experienced this firsthand. I came from a very low income family earner, my mom at the time was a sidewalk vendor William papa one works is a construction worker. I have three elder sisters who are studying at the time. So college. So imagine the struggle, my gosh, we are barely making 45 K a month, how I wish miron coming the new income that day, at my patna college girls, it was really a massive headache. It must have been not been so public on agar and none. But the Umayyad go. It's still ahead, guessing in the environment we should probably more like I mentioned. So I had no choice back then, but the quit college to give way for my elder sister, so she could finish hers. And I supported her studies, though she graduated with the help of the man of other family members. So C Simon had an dropout taco. I had the work and got exposed with a different facets of the industry. So it made my eyes open to different opportunities that led me to where I am now. And when I look back, thankful paro Ana in bangara because other course that I enrolled at that time is not something that I imagined myself doing for the rest of my life na yona, but that's another story for another day. So anyway, going back, if money wasn't an issue, I know of course I need to take more on college. Back then I took up BS education. I say that something that I thought I like doing. Similar Bitcoin, feeling for all your teacher, unimaginable. And modesty aside, I excelled at school from primary to high school, and people would always say I have a talent in teaching, so growing up in a boss is a cut for teaching and masura Dinka. So feeling good unit and again. Another course at the time that I was really looking to explore was mass communication. That because it's so Brown furious Copenhagen as in goose tone with stucco sha. Bubbles are you, as if a whole young man about this at TV, I would always be amazed by the news anchors whenever I have the chance to watch TV, and I love listening to radio as well. You may drama twin tangly at Gabe. You and Selena scenario, but the young a.m. radio, you can see the el sama I want to talk about alienation and by and.

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"kaya" Discussed on Kaya Pala Podcast

Kaya Pala Podcast

04:23 min | Last month

"kaya" Discussed on Kaya Pala Podcast

"This negan at Angela, as a convenient, log in at insulin and so work. So give me the circumstances make it easy for us to be friends with them. It's good while it lasts. Not a effort delegate. The state in your life despite life happening. They keep in touch. I personally experienced having this very close friend of mine, so I super liked her. I super liked having her around. I would always visit her blaze, ask her in a coffee date. We were, I felt like we were close as sisters back then like my secrets I would share with her. We just have fun, whatever we are with each other's company. We started the drift apart well, I started to drift away from her when I felt that my feelings Deshawn already friendly relationship long do I de hail among joa. But it's not always romantic. Even with brains, may love guessing involved. And the banking gulag at the time, it's always me who's doing the effort for as to hung out, and that she would contact me whenever she needs something from me, like what? Was that I didn't divide you feeling like I love Latina for it in E invite Micha sabai? She would always have reasons about, but when she invites you over, you make dying, but you know, in my special occasions now, family events must have bohemian. You just want to be there, be involved. And be with her along the way perrot or somehow that efforts in the generic reciprocate. So I decided nama move on. For it. And the friendship story those ended. And you say no, I'm not as excited to see her anymore. I don't love her as much as I did before. We're still friends up to this day perrot. We are not as close as we were, like, no, while I am intimacy. Hello, what's going on? What's up going in? Berlin dinner. I knew I am a mom means gonna eat. That's the same lasagna. Well, I don't get nor. Then I begin. You pick up exactly where you left off. The mandamus I know you sincerity picassa. Madam de van mortal gave me. So it's just like I learned easy long friends telling the nothing much has changed. You just kind of like tell each other stories and then move on together. What I learned is that holding on to people is in healthy. I want my love to be reciprocated, because he eventually, if lugging a corner Arroyo would be bigger. It's a relationship that needs nourishment and effort from both parties. I had an platonic or romantic relationship. Both of you should be working to keep that relationship rolling. So stop holding onto people so you can grow, saving any Alice may Papua, and you have to know your worth. Sometimes you will only understand why they had to go cup of engineering. Sometimes it's better must bonga my papala genga Muslim field monahan papa animal. Nurse. So there you have it. The 5 things I learned in my 20s, I hope you picked up a thing or two, and if you did, let me know by leaving a message a caller podcast Facebook page. Quintanilla typhoid by thank you for listening to calla pala podcast with me, Mary. If you liked this episode, connect with me on Instagram at B mattified, our Facebook and kaya palak podcast. You can.

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"kaya" Discussed on Kaya Pala Podcast

Kaya Pala Podcast

06:37 min | Last month

"kaya" Discussed on Kaya Pala Podcast

"Mind, life insurance or health insurance necessarily in case my current cannonball bunker and cash were liquidated again or worse case scenario made. So your family will be left with something. So overall, make use of the time no bad to start investing and taking small steps to your financial independence, because when you reach 34 these epidemic auras and things will be different than your priority peaceful change. So make use of what you have now. We are now down to our fourth, I them which is your parents are not getting any younger. Let me repeat that for the people at the back, your parents are not getting any younger. Let's admit it. We often take our parents for granted. They love you. When we go home from our lacca, when we need them with something they are always there, and in our purse root of things we believe that can make us happy. We do not realize that they do are getting older. I had this realization a few years ago when I paid attention to my mama's hand. Smoke a holding hands Comey, and that particular time I noticed my own texture and I banana. You want a spot near unimaginative Lola. And you Melania won't be so uncomfortable about. So what I love about, it hit me that I am too focused on what I want, and the many transitions that happening in my life that I forgot about them only for an automaton, so bartala grahan. Is he pin palan? Time is limited. I can spend with them. Is limited. I saw this video on TikTok. See sign one sign up. Natural if I pronounce his name right, he was doing an interview with the other guy, and he asked the other guy if married prashant parents. And then he followed up with a question. The guy answered. But he sees his parents like twice a year and have been interviewer if your parents live for 5 more years. It doesn't mean that you have 5 more years with your parents, what it means is that you only have ten times to be with your parents. This is a long time. Some basis belongs to the mahiki ta. You are not spending a year with your parents. So are you making the most of your time? Growing up I always see my parents as strong individuals. So when I realized that they are older, I was really, really sad as in Lenin and grenade boudin in Bournemouth. Jung Dan will be listening and be listening, but that doesn't mean sugar. I think these two face with the reality that my parents are not here permanently, is saying I'm a looking year ago in life. You know what I'm saying? Especially my parents, though I know it's inevitable, I can't tell, but be emotional. I feel like while I'm prepared saving some moment now and I don't know if grafana in botanical. So since then I promised myself to give everything I can and spend quality time with them as much as possible. Being in my scene, but in office, we will have coffee coming on my mojo. It's been our routine ever since every help one get him a happy tap was going to now be now by pastries, whatever in a wedding program is a whole, you have only got one point. So before, when every time that we uphold and tired, I just want to stay in my room at Indian Narwhal. But then I realized now that something that I look forward in parents for everything, she started putting an effort to be with them to spend time with them having coffee having that conversation. I am right now and I also know myself or new my wife I social media. I'm guilty sometimes now and my attention is necessary for Ghanaian. But once I catch myself doing that and make it a point to put down my phone and pay attention, I don't want to have regrets God forbid. When the time comes namable and. They spend a bit of a way San a palahi Monaco and mass mugging over your hole, knowing I did my best, being a gay person, young efforts go a pampered them. So if you still have your parents with you, cherish the time that you are spending with them. Pay attention and make it an effort to make them happy as well. While your searching for your own happiness do not foresee the happiness of the people who supports you the most, which is your parents and acting. And now we are down to our 5th item, which is people come and go. It's either uma Alicia, physically, or we learn to outgrow them, as we mature. Back then, now I can't imagine not seeing them like every day. I can't imagine my life without them literally. The champion there are circumstances that will force us to be apart from each other. It could be new school, new job, new department, relegation, life happens, you know, at about Malay unanimous. Next time you will see who among these people wants to be in your life. And why do I mean by that? Met.

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"kaya" Discussed on Kaya Pala Podcast

Kaya Pala Podcast

08:21 min | Last month

"kaya" Discussed on Kaya Pala Podcast

"Sometimes we can follow our Ameri. And that's okay. As in enjoy, look at me back then. And unimaginative people say sacrificing most of Avatar, there is among no. And when you think about it now, manganese means, but it was so much fun very much memorable. So go experience it all. I encourage you to go all out and experience the world, but as what I've said travel wisely, be wise with your resources, like your time and money, and why do I mean by that? In terms of time, although it might seem that you can do anything, and you have plenty of it. In reality, the tiny spend on stuff that doesn't give you value is essentially a time that is lost. So if you can go ahead and prepare an itinerary, set a specific budget that you can stick to. It's fun to Yolo, but learn to Yolo responsibly. And being responsible means you are also responsible financially, and the third thing that I learned is that savings is your vehicle to be financially independent in your 30s. We discussed about having time as you are ally when you're in your 20s. Let's see 21, not pastel una motorball, or if the business card, you have 9 years, billiard 30 animal bodies go in and down in breeding mania, cell organ 9 years later. And while you are in your early, you have a lot of avenues Parmesan, for example, majority of the Filipinos. Parents need when they are single if they are not yet married, or even if they have family of their own, not a parent, no. I say our culture is just like that. So you can use that situation to your advantage. If you're living with your parents, most likely indicated by the rent and buy. So that's something you can add to your savings or you must less you only buy a minimum of food can save American concussive budgeting. You can also save on food money with a pretty good moment but guiding yourself high breading about yourself. That's something you can add to your savings as well. Well, NCT peaking for those in the breadwinners. Those who have parents now may stable source of income and still being for their expenses. Then of course, this would not apply to you if you're the one being The Rain. Your shoulder, all the utilities and stuff so scratch that. And being in your 20s gives you the venue of setting up small steps to financial independence later. I know that when you first have a job sold excited go when you receive your paycheck. There's a lot of things that you want to spend on, especially among abagana. Growing up or your metadata minimum. And then there's the temptation to buy these things because you know now I am an a Mongo mita. But if you fall into the trap of thinking about the new and learn to be dependent on your paycheck, you're setting yourself up for failure and drop. Regulate your spending money. And some of you might say in a heat up magazine or a month of meaning pera persecution or mosaic expense is small. That's another topic that we can discuss in the future. But what I'm saying is that, for almost ten years, if you dedicate yourself to savings. Small amount now, let's say Monta bike an 1000 a month, times ten years, you will have a 120,000 by the time 30 gunner, and what if you invested that amount of money a high interest investment? We have a lot of options to invest our money to Barra. Inflation rate, not then. You could put it on a time deposit neutral fund, brand MP3, there are a lot of venues for you to start earning and have your money work for you. And I'm telling you this if you are able to set up or set aside money when you're in your 20s when you are young, consistently up until the say you reach 30, you will have two benefits. One, you have already established the habit of saving and not spending it all out, and second, you will have the benefit of having an emergency fund settled already. So what's an emergency fund, according to the experts, you will need to have at least 6 months of your monthly expenses available in your bank or anywhere where you can easily liquidate it in case of emergency. And if you have been consistently saving 1000 peso a month or more, for the next 9 years or ten years, imagine the amount of money that you can have at corruption. You are not required to set aside 5000 pesos a month. For you to have this specific amount of money. But you will have some things that will give you a peace of mind. So what else can we do to reach our financial independence, much earlier? Get life insurance or health insurance, while you are young. This is something that is often overlooked by a lot of Filipinos, because a Hindi Montaigne about insurance means an ibar feeling in a insurance company, it has come, but it's one of those you must have once you are able to establish your emergency fund, investment, they don't know about life insurance and health insurance. I am not a financial adviser, but I learn to value life insurance and health insurance. I had my very first life insurance when I was 21 or 22 years old. I had union pain in a local. Life insurance. Without fully understanding what it is for. And young friend grenade is just our financial adviser. First time we didn't just start being a drug designer, so we went on a life insurance, although major accuracy and my income at that time is very small actually, and malakian eBay this life insurance. And it's something I am very much a thankful now. I can say if Hindi overwhelmed, I'm living life insurance school my own premium goal. I got another infrared in 2020. I realized, well, I am an organization is now available if ever in a modern COVID. Extreme symptoms. So best if they are in a home insurance NASA lo. So yeah, I got another one and boy let me tell you how much of a big difference it was to when I started being my insurance back when I was 21. For the same coverage as in, so if you are in your 20s now and diamond mine is 6 6 budget more prioritize getting a life insurance and health insurance if you can. Upward from having an emergency fund now by the time I emergencies, iba and peace of.

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"kaya" Discussed on Kaya Pala Podcast

Kaya Pala Podcast

06:42 min | Last month

"kaya" Discussed on Kaya Pala Podcast

"What up you guys, welcome to the first episode of the calla podcast. I'm Maddie. We talk about life lessons here with no judgment. So I just recently turned 31 and usually when you're at this age, un expectation of money is that you have it all figured out already. When I was in my teens, and feeling go undone and unclear at least, so I go by and by the time I turn 25, that Myron a home family, no asawa, pero, no 25, my gosh, but I don't know feeling 1820 long is so that's when you realize maybe what the answer is. I felt like I was stuck at being 23. Didn't make an experience. Among a moment a young man had more. I would always put in 23 25 narco 26, 23%. And while that's a good feeling that in feeling young cop adden, it also comes with pressure, because he still haven't really figured it out. Actually, in fact, it's the exact opposite. And looking back, there are many things that I wished I did when I was younger. I could say I realized most of the time when I was younger I was very cautious or scared or shadow on completion. And it might be because of my personality then and you may not relate to it. Say you're outgoing, you're a risk taker. You've lived your life the way you wanted. I do have my share of sina sana, you know a hot dog Santa Guinea hou Yan, but let me share with you 5 things I learned in my 20s that maybe helpful or relatable for you guys. So first is it's okay to make mistakes while you are young. People don't expect for you to know things a God, especially belongs 20 to 23, that's relatively young, because you're just starting out. You don't have that expectation. You have these things figured out. You're allowed to make mistakes, and you'll have less judgment, so you have that blank and extra understanding from people because you are bad. I personally regret not making a lot of mistakes because I could not afford it at that time to make mistakes, because I was a bread winner of the family back then. So every steps I had to take, it must be a very little risk or calculated. Say, well at home fall back if ever in a macabre yako. I didn't have the luxury back then, but for those of you who have a wiggle room, yeah, go ahead, I really encourage you to try out new things. Train yourself to make decisions because decisiveness is something that you will need later in life. Eventually you will learn how to avoid the mistakes you made. And you will learn how to spot upcoming mistakes in the future. Marinate on pacifi, sometimes you win, sometimes you learn. Next on my list is time is your best ally when you are young. You still have so much time to recover when it doesn't work out. Maybe in your finances in your health or whatever aspect in your life, you know, when you have the time, Napoleon and leverage those people who are already past, they are prime age. So what do you do? Make use of it. Discover new hobbies. Don't get stuck in one place, and be hypnotized by the full time routine. I'm not saying it's not good to be in a place, be in a rudimentary situation. There are people who flourish and find peace in this situation. But there are many factors why I encourage you to try out new things, especially when you are in your 20s. One of them is that you have the physical stamina. Become a bishop award. Imagine this. Now go go by et cetera, for example, if running as a area known on boulevard, yeah. I am on a long travel. For those who live in Manila, you would know now all 8 elegant and traffic. It would take you about one to three hours of commute as a no longer. Perrot deba, if you are from, I don't know. You will remember back in your college days, manage in my oven or you mind in the dorm, oui and Brown university going back home back and forth. And looking back now I will never imagine. Papa anonym that so one of my non negotiable now that I'm in my 30s, that's why I settled to working from home almost four years ago. Travel time. I think just feel like it's a time wasted, traveling back and forth, and second is that research shows that the brain volume peaks in the early 20s and gradually declines for the rest of your life. So what better time to learn, take information than when you are at your brain speed deba. What else can you do? Travel wisely. When we were young, we are naturally energetic. It's the best time Paramount aventa with your Friends and go on adventures. You can open your hiking again. Go. If you want to go surfing, go, try diving, or whatever it is that makes your blood pump. Go ahead and do it. For sure, mahat when you're older, or you can visit the same place when you're older, but it's a different feeling when you experience it when you're younger. When I was in my early 20s, my stomata talks as in mass vivid butter memory goyon Maia Gaga. We are naturally carefree to see and fun when we are young. Unima drive vocal with my friend nah, asking, anxiety, familiar..

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Cleveland Indians' Name Changed to Guardians

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Cleveland Indians' Name Changed to Guardians

"With a name change for our own NFL team. Now there's about to be a new name for Cleveland's Major League baseball team. The team has been the Indians since 1915. Together We are all Cleveland guardians. The new name was revealed in a video narrated by Tom Hanks. The change was triggered by a national reckoning by teams and institutions to permanently dropped logos and names considered. Racist, and now it's time to unite as one family one community to build the next era for this team in this city to keep watch and guard what makes this game the greatest three years ago, the Indians stop wearing their chief Wahoo logo on their jerseys and caps, not far from the team's ballpark on a bridge over the Kaya Hoga River are too large, Landmark stone edifice is referred to as guardians. I'm Ed Donahue more in sports with

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Ma'Khia Bryant, Police Brutality and Finding Solutions

Say What Needs Saying

01:31 min | 7 months ago

Ma'Khia Bryant, Police Brutality and Finding Solutions

"So. I think we should start with the mci of ryan shooting. I think that that has been the instance that has been mo- more in the news lately. I mean it's been obviously the more recent one between that michelle in case What are your overall thoughts on on this case on the shooting. I saw kaya. Brian incident the minute once. Everybody's telling them hash started like you know what hive seen enough of these are. I've already went to the remorse. And the the ill feelings that comes along with to pay attention and then someone said he arrived on the scene shot within love and seconds up their minds. The tamir rice thank granted. I didn't get to look anything. I'm just like all right. Let's go That also a quick video also invested into the ground and then the cop shooting cup shooting. Someone and i'm like okay. So he shot someone in the back Four times unless like she got shot in the chest four times and she has met from when she didn't have the nevada. See of my. I those in the beginning. Then it was in the annals. Wait a minute. I can necessarily say this level of aggression. I think it's a typical white cop black teen situation than to say who to call the cops analogies exhilarating opinions. I wasn't sure what to make of it but it's still something that divides the intra community of least within the social media world.

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Why You Should Promise Less To Make More

The $100 MBA Show

02:02 min | 8 months ago

Why You Should Promise Less To Make More

"We all heard the saying under promise over deliver now. I don't actually agree with that statement because under promising sounds like you're holding back purposely so you can overdeliver. There are too many coaches out there. That are promising. I'm gonna get you to seven eight figures there's too many software platforms out there. That are saying it's going to do everything for you including making breakfast every day. Every answer to the cue's is yes. Yes yes we can do this too many online courses or her saying that we cover everything under the sun. This is really dangerous. And it's for several reasons number one when your product when your offer when your course when you're coaching says it does so many things. Most customers read that as these are all the things i have to do. These are all the things. I have to learn. These are all the things. I have to utilize the software. And it's actually a turnoff. It actually turns away customers because it becomes overwhelming. You think. hey i wanna give more value. I wanna give them so many things. I want to show them all the things they can do. But that's not how we function human beings. We love small promises. We love very focused value. Think of your favorite restaurant okay. One of my favorite restaurants is a japanese place. Okay it's a little is a kaya joint that's really really delicious. they do. Little is a kaya. You know a type of platters and they do rahman and they're really focused on kind of japanese street food and i love them because our menus very very limited. I go there for the delicious food. The atmosphere is just simple and fun. Rarely is your favorite restaurant. The place that serves a japanese food. Chinese food italian burgers steaks seafood indian food. No that's overwhelming and it's very rare to do everything. Well

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Atlanta-based CDC chief warns U.S. headed for ‘impending doom’ as Covid cases surge

Atlanta's Morning News

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Atlanta-based CDC chief warns U.S. headed for ‘impending doom’ as Covid cases surge

"Here's Marcie Williams and John Take Above of Rising Covert cases have the head of the Atlanta based CDC worried about impending doom. DOUBLE DSPs Bill Kaya Geo reports live. Recent trends suggest there may be another surge of the U. S death toll now tops 550,000 and President Biden says it appears people are letting down. Their guard is not the time to celebrate Spring. Coming next week in Georgia. More than a million passengers have been screened US airports for 17 straight days, infectious disease expert Dr William Shafter says With more people out and about it's critical to increase vaccinations. More likely it is that we can blunt any surge that's already starting up. The president says 90% of all Americans will be

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"Kaia Rolle Act" bill moving in the Florida senate

Glenn Beck

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

"Kaia Rolle Act" bill moving in the Florida senate

"Led to a proposed restrictions on what police conducive with young Children. The Kaya Roll Act, which bans police from arresting kids under the age of seven. Advancing in the Florida Senate. Kaya was arrested at school back in 2019, her grandmother says. Her grades have since dropped, and she suffers from PTSD. Try up best to see that no other child No other family goes through. What tire myself My daughter. Hi. His mom on our family has gone through bill sponsor, Democratic Senator Randolph Bracy is calling the legislation common sense. Adding, there's rarely a

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Biden Imposes Sanctions on Generals Who Engineered Myanmar Coup

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:12 min | 10 months ago

Biden Imposes Sanctions on Generals Who Engineered Myanmar Coup

"At russian protests. Plenty of people holding up gold painted toilet. Brushes luxuriant lose can tell you a lot about despotic leaders. So we head into the smallest rooms from history but i for the sixth consecutive day across me on mar. Tens of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets. They've been demonstrating since the military seized power last week. Overthrowing the elected government of aung san suu achieve. The army has claimed without evidence that an election in november one by miss sushi's party was fraudulent cinema. Today you've got. Where do ya on monday. The top military commander now in charge me. An online made his first televised address since the coup. He restated pledge to hold elections after year long state of emergency and he tried to reassure the public and investors that his interim government would be different from the oppressive That ran the country for nearly half a century. But america said yesterday it will impose fresh sanctions in response to the coup. I've approved a new executive order enabling us to sanction the military leaders who directed the coup their business interests as well as close family members and myanmar's biggest protest movement in a generation isn't backing down every night since the army toppled me and mars civilian government on february. First people all over. The country have banged their pots and pans at atm. This is an old ritual to cast out evil spirits which has morphed into a protest. Totally mccann are southeast. Asia correspondent. Many of these demonstrations have the air of carnival yesterday about one hundred young women paraded around downtown gone wearing disney princess outfits because they wanted to make the point that it wasn't just grownups who are angry about the coup. It's also girls. Their age and the streets are flooded with red balloons. Red being the color of aung san suu cheese national league for democracy party then lt in fact if you look at pictures today you won't see that many red balloons anymore. Because they've all sold out and how has the military reacted to all these protests. What's changed since we spoke just over a week ago when the protests hadn't started but there was clearly discontent about the coup. The army is trying to put a stop to these protests on monday. It's ian named true news. Information team issued a statement saying that action would be taken against wrongdoers who disrupt the state stability true to their word in cities across the country. Police are lobbing tear gas into crowds firing water cannon in mandalay me and mars second city. The police tried to disperse a crowd by beating them with truncheons and police are also firing rubber bullets. Three protesters are now being treated for wounds from bullets. And two people in the capital naypyidaw were shot with what seems to have been live ammunition and so as the military response ramps up our people frightened of what might happen if they continue to take the streets. Yeah i mean despite the carnival ask air of some of these protests. There is a deep sense of foreboding. Military rule only ended ten years ago so people remember how the previous junta crush dissent huge rallies took place nine hundred eighty eight and two thousand and seven and the army responded by shooting into crowds of protesters killing hundreds of people so protesters today are right to be worried. And they're alive. The fact that the military regime is up to his old tricks again. Agents from feared intelligence service or knocking on doors driving many activists and journalists into hiding at least two hundred people have arrested and on monday ninety districts including in the largest city and the capital impose curfews and restricted gatherings to no more than five people effectively criminalizing public assembly and last night the draft of new cybersecurity law. The government wants to pass was leaked. This would give regime sweeping powers to control the internet and effectively end free speech online so given all of those risks. Who is it that that's daring to go out into the streets. It is people from all walks of life. Teenagers labor's professionals. Lots of people are on strike teachers. Firefighters and health workers government workers are resigning en masse among them the entirety of the ministry of welfare. We saw extraordinary scenes on tuesday. The handful of officers in the police force actually broke ranks and join the protesters extraordinary because the police under the command of the army. So it's very unusual for them to be doing this and joining them yesterday. Where nearly fifty police officers from kaya state who declared their opposition to the coup. And what does it they all want. Of course they to reverse the coup they want to restore democracy and they want the release of their hero. Aung san suu cheap as well as other members of her nationally for democracy party who also been detained and do you think there's a chance that with all of this unrest who might backfire on the general's not just the response of people i suppose but also international response. It certainly hasn't been the fate of they expected. Mass resignations. i mentioned are roiling. the bureaucracy and form businesses are exiting the country so analysts saying it's going to be very difficult to see how they got some kind of status quo ante and younger generations are not going to back down easily. They're educated than they were a decade ago more organized and much more connected because of the arrival of the internet about a decade ago us leaders demands are hardening. They're talking about ending army rule altogether and scrapping the constitution which the generals wrote some activists. I interviewed said that if non violent protests fail they are bent on taking weapons and fighting when it comes to the international community in america. President joe biden said yesterday that he had approved an executive order that will pave the way for new. us sanctions. We will identify first round of targets this week. And we're also going to impose strong exports controls we're freezing. Us assets that benefit the burmese government while maintaining our support for healthcare civil society groups and other areas that benefit the people of burma directly but will these sanctions do much. Do you think. Joe biden has staked his foreign policy on reinvigorating democracy around the world. And that's why he's so keen throughout these sanctions but they are unlikely to convince the generals to change course just two years ago and nineteen the commander in chief minister lying and three other generals had sanctions placed on them by the us they proceeded with their coup. Anyway they're used to being isolated by the world and i just don't think that america's sanctions are going to convince them to change course. I feel that this conflict from the protest was in the army may be coming to ahead. The commander in chief is a deeply proud man and he will not stand by as the institution to which is dedicated to his career is humiliated by protesters and disney princess outfits at the same time. The protesters are digging in their heels. I think it's become clear that over the last week there's no returning to the quasi democracy at me and mom -joyed of the last decade either. The army cracks down and it's returned to the battle. Days of military rule or a new political system is going to emerge from the rooms of the old one. My fear is that the former scenario seems much will likely the ladder.

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What Women Think About Valentine's Day

the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

06:00 min | 10 months ago

What Women Think About Valentine's Day

"Men tend to look at valentine's day as a second birthday for women. I mean we know there were supposed to use the date to focus on intimacy in closeness but a lot of us think that it's also an obligation to make her look good in front of her friend co workers as well because you don't send flowers to her job if you want to wait and see what happens if you do that. And i'm sure there are a lot of guys who are thankful that ladies are working from home after valentine's day this year at least a lot of them are as opposed to previous years. However that's kind of our mindset towards the holiday. So eric i'll start with you. I be real. Is valentine's day holiday for women i mean. Do you feel like it's your queen for a day type of holiday for you for me particularly. I've never really been big on valentine's day because the men in my life have not been the kind of men who were who put a lot of thought into it they just go into walgreen's get some candy. Get a teddy bear in bringing home like millions of women all over the world. Have this same teddy bear insane candy and really didn't put thought into it because if you did you would know. I don't even like teddy bears so it's not a big day for me. What kaya what do you think about. It is valentine's day just a holiday for women. Yeah it is supposed to be for the lovers of course but Absolutely as it was before the levers and funny enough. My little brother's birthday is on valentine's day. So i have always celebrated him on his day of birth and barnsley levers though i feel like you're supposed to do something sweet to celebrate the love between the two of year speak aren't so christina. I mean what do you think about. Valentine's day is it just a holiday for Guys are included as well. I'll never bill wants to think that is a a woman's holiday like i know that my grandfather used to come in and he will make sure that his ladies were taking care of with their box of candy and their roses but me. Al always been the person to try to find something that he liked. I'll be snooping around asking questions. Favorite color Which liking this like. That's always been my thought on it. And then i was introduced at sixteen to The holiday is in october the sweetest day and somebody told me they was like. That's the valentine's day for men but my thought process nobel's valentine's day is for everybody. Everyone should be appreciated at some point. I think it is a anniversary For a period of which refer love. I liked it like that all right. So let's talk about your level of expectation may depend on how long you've been in a relationship with someone so kaya. Let's say you've been in a relationship with someone for about three to six months. What are your expectations of him when it comes to what he does for you on valentine's man funny because this is kinda my situation now I honestly did not have any expectations. I always just kind of forget. I usually work as it'd be like the first year. I'm not working on wednesday in a long time. So i mean just appreciation. I would say like a small token something we. If i've been with three to six months i say like cute little chocolate figure out. What type of candies i like. Because it's new. It's fresh yard by all means. Do your thing i would expect. I mean honestly not very much. I would just be so appreciative that someone thought of me. You know three to six months in that they wanna get such a very sweet. So now and christina. What have you been in a relationship for over a year to the expectations. Change for me. I'm not gonna speak for everyone but for me. Naar not really. I am a sentimental person. My love language is words of affirmation followed by x. of service. So if you can remember you know some things over the course of the year. That i may have mentioned does something a little sweet. That means the most to me. Up where eric what. If you're married. I mean our expectations lower. Because you can only do so much for the same person year after year or does he get higher. Because you expect more creativity it'd be involved. Says he now knows everything that makes you tick. I think is just appears. Don't couple and you know what they've agreed on In their marriage is valentine's a big day to you all every year. If it's not the no big deal But i do think it should come with some kind of thought If you've been with somebody that long period of time you should know what they like and do a little surprise for me. Things like planning a night out planning a trip on cooking dinner. Experiences are more important to me than actually buying something christina. That you for a second. How do you feel about non personal gifts. You know what if he give you cash or give car. How do you feel about that. I think the presentation matters the most. Don't hand me like you got to do something creative with you. Know the right a car. Something like i said my love. Language is worth of information. So right me. They're nice little car and often to go with the gay.

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Estonia's first female PM sworn in as new government takes power

Monocle 24: Midori House

06:39 min | 11 months ago

Estonia's first female PM sworn in as new government takes power

"Let's then continue to estonia. That has become the only country in the world with women serving both fest prime minister and president. The country's new government was sworn in earlier today. Officially making connel's the country's first female prime minister the previous government had to resign due to a corruption scandal. God relief cassini policy fellow at the european council on foreign relations wasn't to surprise that estonia goes new female leader. Let's hear what she had to say. Stone years to wherever always has been gender equality. Women have always worked as hard as men things with worried. People have always been such things but the united states men and women rob divide. I mean when i grow up increase of soviet was the big thing and dealing with that men and women were same. So i didn't see. That's a such a big breakthrough but of course i mean normally it is because it hasn't had that sort of thing earlier but i think it happened naturally because many of resumed women on the top of reform party. They are close associates of of kaya colossus. So it wasn't like set thick just because they were. We mean the patriots. Your pirates places. Politics code released mr union herself there denny on what does it tell us about a country if it has a female leader. I take what Qadri leak said there in that clip to heart where she talked about the fact that it's for people in estonia. They met understand a little something about equality or might look at their society where we there is a bit more equality but i think the symbol of having the leader being a woman is very important for any country and for the rest of the world to see. It does mark a step forward. I think calvi say looking at good press from different countries around the world from from new zealand. And beyond what's happened in the united states last week with comma harris. It's an important step. And i think it's it's good especially in this time where i worry about a little bit of backsliding on on equality and things really good Newspaper reports in the global mail in canada over the weekend illustrating What sort of The not the political sphere. But what the business sphere has looked like and and what has changed throughout the pandemic. and the there's really been some backsliding on equality in boardrooms and the c. suite level for businesses across the country. Where it's even more male dominated. So i think in the political sphere is quite important as well to see this and i think it is a step forward. It's it's it's real simple to not only the eu partners but people around the world that especially Miskelly she's a young woman as well so i think that is important for For the country and for the projects that they'll want to work on in the u. It's knowing that estonian. I was to female leader still does change the way you see the country. Can i just say great pronunciation. I take outs from the proximity between estonia and finland. You're probably the only person on the show getting that right The language is very similar. Quick question for you. Marcus to turn on you they are. We can't quite understand each other. Words have different meanings because those two languages separated thousands of years ago. But you can get a clue what i'm reading estonian. Newspapers don't always need many translate sometimes make sense in phoenix too. I mean i mean talking about estonia. I think it's just interesting. Look it's tiny nation of about one point three million people of course paul of the soviet union in the post. I think it will. It will make people turn their heads a little bit and wanted to know About a year. And it's you know it's been a country that perhaps people didn't not about until fairly recently but it's been doing a very interesting things it's oversee really tried to give it up to be open to Entrepreneurship of recent kind of quoting itself. the digital nation and and pioneering. This this thing could e residency which is basically allowing people easy access online. Things like banking and payment processing and taxation. So it's been very forward looking in that regard also in terms of Mobility in public transport. And things like that. So i think this will cement ready the fact that you do now have both the prime minister president who women just really We'll be good for for the. Brian will be good for. So powell will go online but those things i mentioned as well thinking. This is a progressive interesting european nation a. And maybe make people onto no more done not agree with us to this can be a boost. I soft power. You work with our business program the entrepreneurs and it mentioned residency for example. How estonia's trying to attract new talent do think this this indeed. The that's people read news at lies about estonian having to female leaders and they kind of want to know more about that country one hundred percent i think people will be watching this closely and thinking about what it means for their next move or opportunity perhaps a thinking of talon perhaps as a as a new berlin of course you create a welcoming environments and wait to see if people will arrive. I think back actually to a good conversation. I had with the founder of a company called your baticle which is based out of estonia and we had this exact conversation about how sort of a small nation like that can make itself attractive on the world stage for people to come. Obviously you pointed out the e passport there and the potential to to have people on there is it would be very attractive for someone working remotely of course for for perhaps a bigger multinational company based somewhere else For its quality of life. Great capital Close to a lot of other places and it's looking like a very vibrant startup scene. So i think you know you show people that there is a welcoming environment in a social sense. And it can do wonders marcus. I really think until a really help. The country selling itself abroad

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"kaya" Discussed on Punchline with Alex Calleja!

Punchline with Alex Calleja!

03:28 min | 11 months ago

"kaya" Discussed on Punchline with Alex Calleja!

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"kaya" Discussed on Punchline with Alex Calleja!

Punchline with Alex Calleja!

07:29 min | 11 months ago

"kaya" Discussed on Punchline with Alex Calleja!

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Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones review – a murderous Who-dunnit comes alive

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:29 min | 11 months ago

Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones review – a murderous Who-dunnit comes alive

"The recent. You know kind of low budget animation. That they've been doing the more cost effective animation. I should say and thankfully we it was released in twenty twenty and finally have a complete story so this is one of the things on my to do list that i wanted to get to as soon as possible when i was making the new schedule. So this story written by david ellis and now the hulk or zydeco the incredible malcolm hulk who wrote a bunch of notable stories from the patrick troughton in jon pertwee eras including will. Hey the war games. Patrick crowds final story the celerion. The first appearance of this larry ins ambassadors of death which was really cool story that we talked about here it also the seat devils a fun story with the master that we haven't talked yet so that's one of those that hopefully we'll get to at some point here on next up. This was directed by jerry mill. This was the eighth serial of doctor who season four nineteen sixty seven starring. Patrick troughton as second doctor. Unida wills as poly right. Michael craze as been jackson in. This is betty polly's last story by the way. And frazer hines as jimmy mcrae. Mid who at the end of the story gets a promotion to main companion after benn polly Exit the tartus closing out the way of heart once and for all so jesse. I know that this is probably your first time watching the story. I'm guessing david your thoughts about it. So i yeah and i'm gonna have a couple of questions we'll get you that i assume you're going to cover in trivia but just in case you want yeah So i settled down to watch this Linda was out of. Linda was spending the night with her sister. Kaya in a many birthday celebration. And so i watched the first dealer yes. I watched the first three on friday. Night and i watched the remaining three on saturday And i enjoy the. I enjoy the last three a lot more than i did. The first three now. I think part of that may have been. I was a little tired. It was today but also think the first three were a lot of setup. Yeah in once the next three you got really a lot of the story and was really well done so overall. I'm pretty happy with this one. I'm glad we got to see it. Yeah and And i'm looking forward to talking to you about it but my question is In you've probably covered this before. But i have slept since then. Why was so much of patrick. Totten's episodes lost and specifically about this. Well there was a purge by the bbc to essentially make space as i understand it and in the process they junked a bunch of old doctor. Who's they didn't think they needed them anymore. In their infinite stupidity and a lot of them were were episodes. From the william heart. Oh and patron eras you know there was in levin and some others that had managed to recover some of those over time because this was believed in the seventies and since then you know there's been a lot of effort by fans to try and recover episodes which have either been somehow scattered to the winds across the entire globe and or just play lost in this story. They'd only managed to recover episodes one in three. That are returned to the bbc archives. Because hey now they want to keep them a what. I what i find interesting. Charles is the seventies relatively speaking. I mean i love. Lucy had been in syndication. So you think people would have realized the Cordao yet and the importance and also. I know that they talked about that. Many of the early tonight show episodes back with johnny carson. The same thing they just re. They didn't keep them. They did because they didn't think they're reporting. And i remember years ago. I talked to someone and he was british. And he's like yeah doctor who it's it's just the it's just a minor kid show. Yeah i'm sure that was the ski. Oh executive thinking yes the super geniuses as wylie coyote super genius exact who made this horrible decision probably thought. Well it's just a kid show doesn't matter you know they. They won't miss it. We've already done Because back in the day dear listeners you used to have summer reruns until you would show an episode twice and and it was kinda done. So i'm sure they were thinking okay. We've already had a repeat time to move on. It's just it's it was just a really bad unfortunate thing that happened to the show because you know like a lot of classic moments are just now lost in presumably. A lot of these are never going to be available in their original format. Now they're going to be like stories like this. That would probably be reconstructed through animation. 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Takaya Imamura, Tingle’s creator, retires from Nintendo

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:19 min | 11 months ago

Takaya Imamura, Tingle’s creator, retires from Nintendo

"The man who created captain falcon fox mccloud mask and more has retired from nintendo switch jordan at to kaya imamura the nintendo artist and designer who gave us characters like cap falcon and fox mccloud and more not to mention the name and visual identity of the election. Result of mature mask has retired from the company as reported by kotok email maria and now that it was his last day working at nintendo on his facebook page after thirty two years with the company quote. This is my last day. I'm going to work. I took a selfie with the empty debt with the empty office. I guess i won't be coming in here anymore as you'd expect miss it and From kotok whose translation commemorative facebook post emrah worked on character designs across the zero in star fox series creating iconic nintendo characters like kevin falcon and fox mccloud among many more more. Recently he directed to steal. Ira games and was a supervisor. On the last two smash brothers releases was also the art director of the legend was majorities mask responsible for the design of the eponymous mask in the games in the games name as well as the character tingle. It's worth it's worth remembering that. According to zelda series producer numa were came up with the word majora by combining his own name with the word. Shoe monje

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"kaya" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

Full Belly Laughs Podcast

03:07 min | 11 months ago

"kaya" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

"No cap so as intense as they're who we are might be written It might be justified. They're pretty great. So there you have let me know in the chat if you got anything onto kaya organic or all social media. Wow that really mess with my voice..

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"kaya" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"kaya" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Gall. I'm here with Eddie Kaya. So I love the Bangles. Eddie, I I used to like them a lot when I was younger, not saying that I don't now, but When I was discovering music more and I finally got to the eighties that I liked a good amount of the songs I like I have to say, I liked their their harmonies. I'm very big into groups that harmonize the Hollies is one of my all time favorite group. Simon was heard the song on the radio over the weekend, one of the most beautiful songs I think it was ever recorded. Ever of all time. He ain't heavy. He's my brother and the the melody, the harmonies and that are just amazing. I watched a documentary on HBO. Last weekend on the BG's, Which is anybody out there who has HBO, you know on demand. Get that documentary. See, it is just It's really touching, heartbreaking about the tragedies and the triumph of this family of three brothers well, and four brothers. If you count Andy Andy give, But their harmonies were just so beautiful. Particularly you didn't notice it as much In the disco era. The harmonies were much Pronounced much more beautiful in their earlier days. When they did, you know, like Massachusetts and I got to get a message to you. And how can you mend this broken heart anyway? All to say there is something really beautiful about groups that can harmonize and the Bangles really I think, uh, brought that back that had been lost a lot in in the late seventies in the early eighties, and then the Bangles come onto the scene, and I The weird thing is, I remember people talking about Susanna Hoffs had such a strong voice and she was the The lead singer. I never thought that she had a particularly good voice until she didn't have a voice like Belinda Carlisle with the go go's but Then she had her solo career. And I am a huge fan of Susanna Hoffs solo music If you, um that when you're a boy, I think is one of the out where her first solo album, or just a autonomously name Susanna Hoffs album. Her stuff is really, really good. And she's a singer songwriter, too, and the and So her voice is actually a lot less ganna like an L on helium. Mickey now see kind of when she's doing her solo career stuff, And I just love it. I love I love all of that. Harmonizing and everything. So anyway, Thank you, Eddie for bringing us back on a manic Monday. It's not really that manic of a Monday. It's actually pretty quiet. Yeah. Yeah, because it's that week between Christmas and New Year's and another thing. This is all stream of consciousness. I was looking at that the television screen and on the MSNBC screen. They had a picture of a column in The New York Times today, which basically said Don't believe the drop in Cove. It numbers don't believe when, when the C D C issues those statistics that show that Coverted infections and fatalities have dropped. Don't you dare believe that! Make sure you're still upset. We're still in the thick of this pandemic. More people are gonna die! Come on! Don't Don't! Don't let it up! Christmas boom is coming there. Exactly. It is Crazy. They are now telling us Don't believe your eyes Don't believe the statistics don't believe the science. They're saying well, because you know there. There's there's going to be, um, that low in the you know in the holiday period that they weren't able to call all the statistics. So there's that misleading sense. Of of assurance security that were on the rise, meaning that we're we're getting better and it's it's Thies. Doomsday Chicken Littles out there who must keep us On edge, the constant tension, the constant fear that you're going to die tomorrow. I was talking to a good friend of mine yesterday and she was talking about people that she knows. That are in a constant state of panic and paralysis, that they're going to catch this and they're going to die. It's it's not just they're going to catch it. But they're gonna die if they catch it, and I don't want to diminish at by any stretch of the imagination, the severity of what's going on here. I'm not the kind of person who says Oh, it's no big deal. Poo Poo poo. It's all a media creation. No, I know people who have died of Cove it by the same token. I don't appreciate the news, telling us make sure that you don't feel better. Make sure that you're still in a constant state of anxiety, Paralysis fear. Because those numbers that you're going to see they're not real numbers. We're gonna put them out there but don't believe them. Right, Right. It's it's it's a trigger warning for covert numbers doesn't gotta that This looks low. This look, don't don't worry Church of covert people. The high numbers are coming from Christmas and then again from new Year, so give it time. Yeah, I heard it was a Biden said Over the weekend, he said, We're entering our darkest period. Like we've been entering our darkest period for the past nine months. He's been dark winter since the first debate. I think, he said. I think that was quote because Chris references in a lot of the dark winter hits pretty much. If you wanted to boil this general election down to two candidates, it was optimism and reopening and dark winter and dark winter one. Yeah, right. It was like game of Thrones. It's winter is not only coming. It's never leaving its right. Here's winter and work. It's like it's not going to get better and You know, Remember early on Eddie. It was Oh, okay. But there's light at the end of the tunnel. Ah, vaccine vaccines coming. People are actually vaccinated and it's going to get worse. It's going to get worse from here. I mean, it's almost a Ziff. I mean, I'm I'm obviously being sarcastic here, aren't I? It's almost a Ziff people have a vested interest in people not getting better. People have a vested interest in this not disappearing. People have a vested interest in not having a reason to shut down the economy. People have a vested interest. I mean, am I am I a conspiracy theorist here? No. No, actually, if if we take a break, I have some Fauci audio from over the weekend. Remember how people were looked at is being crazy for saying herd immunity. Well, well. Fauci over the weekend. He's you know he was talking about Some someone of the same topic as you are, as far as I think it was pulling data affected what he was saying not not election polling data. But what? What public opinion was was affecting what was coming out of his mouth At that time, he alludes to that. Wow, that's dangerous. And I'm going to say, you know, we are going to take a break. I'm gonna say very quickly. I like Dr Fauci. I have never Have never supported the attacks on Dr Fauci. I am troubled, though, by some of the things that I've heard him say which I am, assuming he's telling the truth about how he's reacted and reacting and honestly if we're supposed to trust and believe that what he's saying is based on the science what he said this weekend. I know what you're referencing and we're going to hear it in a couple of minutes.

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"kaya" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"kaya" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But what about rags to a political position? That is exactly what happened to Marina Yudof's Kaya Ah woman who works at City Hall in the small Russian town of Polish Aquino, the incumbent mayor, Nikolai Lotof, was running for re election and needed an opponent to give the illusion that the election was fair. He couldn't find anyone to run against him. So he found a last resort. Ah, choice that usually lives in the realm of 80 sitcoms. Allah who's the boss? He asked the cleaning lady, but democracy came a bit low Top in the ass when us Kaya one She didn't even campaign. The people in the town just knew who she wass and they kind of like there. And she only agreed to run to help her boss. Now her salary has doubled to 29,000 rubles are $380 a month and her first duty as mayor is to find a new cleaning lady. All right here. Your choices of an interesting election that we heard about this week. Was it from MAZ Jobrani? The corpse of Dracula himself elected to office in lieu of his descendant who couldn't win as a living person. From Helen Hong, the group that celebrates crop tops voting to allowing people who like to cover their navels with full life tops or from Dol Sae Sloan. A cleaning lady picked to be the losing candidate in the mayoral election in Russia actually wins it. Which of these was the real story of an election we found in the news this week. I'm gonna have to go with the story of the Russian election. Yeah. All right. You got your choices. Don't say story of the election in Russia that was won by the patsy, who was chosen just to put on a show. Well, to bring you the correct answer. We spoke to a reporter who covered the real story. He expected to win this election by appointing his cleaning, ready to be the fake opposition in election and she won the election. Kramer He's a reporter for The New York Times in Moscow, Russia, and indeed you got it right? Of course, Dulce et was telling the truth because In Russia. Cleaning lady wins. I'm sorry. That was terrible. Nonetheless. You have won. You've won our prize. You've won a point for Dulcinea and you had to choose any voice from the show You might like on your voicemail. Congratulations. Thank you, Beth. Thank.

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"kaya" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"kaya" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

"So you tend to one more? Yeah, because he's dead ends. Spin modulator is it when you when you think about it? It's not so it's it's still absolutely doesn't mean they do it. But um capability. I don't know when you when you have no money that we go to this next one. We don't we don't we don't But when it comes to money, it's because you buy what you want what you want what you need sometimes what you need is either you win Go bomb that took that got taken off. I couldn't get down to the caller ID. Wait, I'm just getting well I could I could simple life back home page to clash Clash of Clash of accommodation second thoughts off. He's not serious, but you just not sound particularly. Like what are we going to have like more groups are like a group with the four of us going to get home is this is very impromptu session this video. I'm sorry, right? Sorry my life through my original content. And the phone was going to do some contents have thread Q&A black or an interview interview focus more on the crew itself like so stay tuned for us back home. What is Instagram website, Here's what I do, you know PC good websites about the same age. Then the mystery mystery plus then under the car website that you can buy chicken enchilada sauce and they can eat too, Can Guinea. I see Lucy Cassidy just do what you doing. The Jungle Juice next episode, bye-bye..

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"kaya" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"kaya" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

"Dementia future is sick. Took off and didn't get almost almost as long as I said we get along so well bulat. I didn't got blinking. Nothing is impossible colored smoke and just call off work on my great a coconut business and buy a house there stayed then invest everything that probably invest cyprian minute or Hi. Yeah, I'm going to invest in fact I'll be able to do people end up going to be home in every will cover off it. Yeah, you looking at home? Yeah, yep. Yep. Yep these new little man down. WW2 song Diana Ross don't look to the side angle fine co-workers. We've got the bulb excite the plastic Che. that what I mean and Can I go to that number or anything of the first episode episode Thursdays to her nearly so which is really interesting home every day you do this. So he's good bonding session. Also thought I could look at West Palm Beach Club. Did God make? When you walk through the different aggregators are comfortable home, but many very raw and now I and but but you know, what if a millionaire Joe Rogan Spanaway? Yeah and stuff like that. Do we do Neo grew up with three Young Money? Yes. Yes. Yes. I am gonna put a piece of paper but why is it so valuable or whatever, but I mean, it's just you doing I mean company machine. I want to know I want to know how long the mandala. But it took my I really did not turn it off. I think it's just a piece of paper of young people using a porous plastic way that we can what makes it so valuable. So I want this piece of crap off. A good idea. What's the value of the money? Copinette weird company that makes money Le I have two thousand money. Yeah, you know, I mean of course idea, but I just want to I just for example computer Graphics very expensive do it off possibly to what makes it so Mahaba again. I'm pretty..

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"kaya" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"kaya" Discussed on DV Radio

"Every month and I'm getting you know point two, five percent interest, but that savings grows. Positively. Okay. So, in the same way when you're putting negative input into the bank taking money out. Right. The balance lowers. So if the only thing I put into Kaya Bank is positive. The only return I'm going to get is going to be positive. Does it is it the easiest way to train absolutely not? You have to help. First of all, you have to understand the concepts and then you have to have the time. It takes a lot of time. It's not as fast as using a pinch caller to teach the dog not to do that. But again the the whole concept is to teach the dog what you want it to do. Rather. Than what you don't want it to do. You know that's the thing though with. Training doesn't end this dogs are gonNA be fireside forever exactly for the dogs entirely skater today we went and we had to go to two different places to look for a half fight getting jars right? So right then and there we're we're training. We've got some trading things to do. It's we. We are barely getting out to a store once a week right now. where, before all this nonsense started, we were leaving the House daily. So. He's rusty. Of course, he's rusty. Right, I'm Rusty Shit I've got practice being a handler. So today at two different stores we had to pay attention to. Things that were going on, and of course, on top of everything I'm sneezing my damn fool head off. So everybody's looking at me like you know grow to third arm out of there by forehead 'cause. My allergies just went bonkers today. You're spreading the. Cray light. Yeah. Everybody's always got a road at. No it's just allergies. Something's something about there's no other illness. It's all the Ronan now. Yeah. Everything's the Ronan right so you know yeah. So but today. You know amount and and I'm rusty. So I'm I'm working on essentially stop and start drills with skater for. My Sake. Rusty. And So it was good, the fact that we had to go to a second. Store. was really good kind of A. Booster. Because I had to refocus myself and the first store was the Walmart neighborhood market, which is completely different than the Walmart Supercenter. Totally different and they have better food selection of the neighborhood market dot tonight. But he has said that much better selection much. They've got some really good stuff there. I'm like, Damn. That's like like mangoes they had no mangoes at the supercenter but man, they had some really good mangoes at the neighborhood market the. Neighborhood Market is not as big as the supercenter. So there's less people. So there's less idiots usually. This is the same neighborhood market where we had the problem last year with the staff who kept insisting they had know about skater in the assistant manager who said, it's not my responsibility to educate my employees you have to do it. Remember that story. Yeah what same place but new manager who is actually a friend of never Moore's and said, look come back I'm teaching them please I don't want to you know you'd be upset over something that actually was not your problem not your fault so. They have a really good superfood selection. Their sittings are better now and they have mangoes. Yeah. Will do Bingo. I'm telling you I love mangoes it's by route. Perfectly Ripe Mango. Is. These sweetest most luxurious. Most wonderful thing you can put in your mouth. It is incredible. It's better than the best Bourbon and find that North Carolina all places do. I would. GIVE ECSTATIC OVER MANGOES Papayas. Fantastic but define them up here. It's unbelievable. Yeah. So anyway. Enough about. Damn mangoes. Again, though it was an opportunity for Boesky tonight like I said, we're barely getting out once a week. So two stops in the morning. Be Rusty him rusty. We had some training opportunities. So I like I said, we did some start stop drills One of the things I have taught him. Is. He's a big dog and if he's walking at, he'll which has healed we we've discussed this before his he'll is about eight inches ahead. It's shoulder to hip not knows to hip. So there's eight inches eight or ten inches escape maybe more of skier ahead of my hip at my side. So he's alongside the cart to an extent. Well in narrow store aisles. I can't pass another cart with skier at he'll. So I've taught him behind or actually command I give him his close and I took my arm holding the leash my back and he walks. Literally directly in line with my foot, my left foot if he's on my left side. Or my right foot if he's on my right side, but he walks literally directly behind me in line so that And this is pure skier nece so that he's allowing as little space as possible for the other person coming in the opposite direction. passed. So so technically in his mind, he's doing what I told him to do. He's a riot that way. He'll do what I tell them to do, but he will do it skier style. It's Hilarious and you know what? He's going to be the same way going to do what I tell her she's going to do it and monkey fashion and it's GonNa be. It's GonNa be justice. Hilarious. She's got a she is a little riot. She's got a sense of humor like you wouldn't believe So we're practicing were practising close because. People you know. This drives me crazy. All these people in these grocery stores were wearing these masks. We gotta wear these masks right but they won't follow the fucking direction signs. Do. You know what the virus doesn't just transmit forward and backwards, it transmits laterally to how do you keep social distance if you're walking right past each other opposite directions you don't. Wear the mash under their nose Oh. Don't get me started. Do not get me started, but it's on their face. So it's good enough get right? Yeah. Who've Moose look. Honestly. I don't believe that the masks doing much of anything I really don't unless you have the disease and your coughing the mask isn't protecting you and it's not protecting anybody else and that's not how viruses worked anyway. You know this virus they said from the very beginning people are getting in contact with it. They're rubbing their eyes rubbing their sinus membranes rubbing their mouth and asa they're getting it well NBC guy and I'm a Hazmat guy and. We're not wearing the right pep for this blow. You'd have to be fully strapped up mop level for any kind of effect against this virus. This masking during the masks aren't the masks. Yutian. Bollock. And you know what? I'm sorry in people. WanNa to get pissed off about it. You know what? Look. Marcus resist you want to wear a mask wear mask? Yes. If you don't want to wear a mask or. The care either way. I sit at my hands pay attention to my personal hygiene and touches view things as possible. But. I'm also not gonNA live in fear because guess what for flute transmits the same way the culture it's the same way that you know. Work at work I, wear gloves when I go touch somebody else's stuff in there is a mandatory mandatory mash order or if I want to keep my job, so I got to play that game yeah. But everywhere else it's my decision. Yeah but but the good thing again, there's a good thing about it. So I do randomly wear masks today because sneeze my Goddamn fool head off because of allergies I wear my mask. Okay. Because I don't want people attacking me because I think I got the Ronin I. Don't it's allergies but I wore the massive just because I am sneezing. So here's a symptom. So I'm going to..

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"kaya" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"kaya" Discussed on DV Radio

"Trade him some radio time, and some you know some some facetime on on PTA dog for. The opportunity not to use their training Program I very. I know what I'm doing and know what I desire with Kaya But simply for the opportunity to go sit in on classes for socialization right and. I think it's the meet other other dogs got well and and learn how to ignore them. You know what I'm saying you know yeah which right now she will turn three months old tomorrow. Tuesday. We're recording on Monday she turned three months tomorrow right now she's a baby. All she wants to do is play with everything. She sees actually all she wants to do is chew on everything she sees including the other docs her nickname is Monte. FREYA is boogie in skaters. Real name is actually Okita coyotes monchy. Easy I mean should be seven years old way almost one, hundred, eighty pounds and I'm GonNa be calling her money. But But Yeah I. Mean Right now she tree months-old yes. She needs to be exposed a lot of things and she's had enough of shots I can take her to petsmart or taker. Now again, I'm GonNa take her pet friendly locations. I am not going to be that asshole that's taking mud puppy to Walmart. I'm not going to do it right I bitch about it I really against it I write about it I will not do it I'll take her to Petsmart I'll take her to tractor supply I'll take her there's a feed and seed on the opposite side of town I will take those places, but I'm not taking her into Walmart and. Service Talk Now? No, she's not a service dog. She's a puppy. Until she's a legit service dog. You'RE GONNA play by the rules exactly because guess what I've put myself out there and to set the example. So. You're saying. These places are. Hard up in everybody's closed. Hell even our county. Animal Show I. Put that post up today it's closing down. Keep up with the shots they can't keep up with the maintenance. Short. Staffed because people are working from home and you know they're they're county funded. Well it. Will but yet, but you bring bringing up a good point you bring up another point is nonprofits of taking it in the pants especially small local ones right? They are getting. I mean, we're going to see a die off of small nonprofits, small local nonprofits and you. It's county funded, which got money coming in and they have to close their doors these. Getting they're just getting abused. They're getting hammered. Why? Because the number one way that nonprofits small nonprofits raise money. Is. Events fundraising events Taco night at the at the local high school or. You know. There's a last summer skater in I went to this. Great wonderful outdoor. Show like there was a crafts quest show Grafton. County craft show and it was cool. It was out of the county park a big. Park. Only, service dogs were allowed I didn't have to worry about pets matter fact saving grace was they're doing fund raising with a lot of their veterans raising money and representing service stocks. It's another part of the reason I went there I went there to go meet a veteran who is a knife maker who was unfortunate fire and give him some. Leftover Cherry Wood for for knife handles and to go visit with the Saving Grace folks and and it was really awesome event in the veterans who you saving grace they make. pair Kord leashes, and collars sell help raise funds, and so it was really neat to go support them even just by going and dropping by and say, hello in fact, I met the biggest Doberman Pinscher I've ever seen. Their last summer beautiful dog and he was not fat but he weighed one, hundred, twenty pounds he was a monster. Skater, looked at him like well, what's going on Bro? You're my size. But. You know that's the kind of thing. I would say that probably four out of ten of the booths at that big event. were. Not We're local nonprofits for this that or the other. Including the service dog nonprofit guess what's not happening this year? Guess what got cancelled guess what were they can't go to raise funds at this is hurting and and you know we're friends with Bart. Archer a tad sought, and that's a that's fairly major. Nonprofit I mean he's got trainers across the country. He's hurting. I mean One of the biggest ways that he was drawing in money was a donations from a senior center bingo parlor. And he'd go do he and the colonel would go bingo on Friday nights. No Friday, he took to. A. Temple on Friday. Thursday nights I think he was doing anyway whatever whatever night Bart's go on and do it and calling Bingo with the colonel, and of course, the colonel being the representative of Tad saw. Everybody loves to see the colonel and Yada Yada Yada it's a great opportunity and he was bringing in a lot of money per month in donations from from the BINGO sale sales. and. That's gone. That's that that was a major income source for Tad saw. These things we've? I don't know how to impress on people look there. Yeah. A lot of people there they're on unemployment they lost their jobs there's there's it but that increases the need of the nonprofits that increases the need for local nonprofits. To fill in voids where people are struggling foodbanks. Men are local foodbank. We have two or three of them run by a couple of different churches and they're all screaming for stuff. We canned goods we need dry goods were you know and then you gotta be careful because some of the stuff you're not allowed to give out according to whatever state you live in yeah, it's just. You know the and outlook I. Am Not saying that Covid nineteen is not dangerous. It absolutely is. I am not saying that people are not dying they are. However back when all this started at very beginning in February or March the president said.

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Coronavirus: When Will the Vaccine be Ready?

PRI's The World

04:21 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus: When Will the Vaccine be Ready?

"Cuba seems to have the coronavirus under control, but a lot of the world continues to struggle in the past six weeks. The number of cases worldwide has roughly doubled doubled in six weeks for many of us hope lies in finding a vaccine with me to talk about the latest vaccine research and efforts to ramp up. Production is the world's global health corresponded Alana Gordon along this week phase. Three trials started in the US for one. One of the leading vaccine contenders. What does that mean phase three trials so the biotech? Madeira I'm with the national. Institutes of Health has started this phase three trial, and what that means is thirst killing of testing of the vaccine. People recruiting some like thirty thousand people where some get placebo. Some don't because at this point. You don't really know I. Have The vaccine approach that's been developed in the lab in these smaller scale phases. Whether that actually works. You also have to figure out how the dose works and side effects and this company Moderna it's not the only candidate. No, definitely not. There's an Oxford trial with Astra Zeneca. That's already been in three. That's being tested in the UK south. Africa and Brazil Marco for overall. There's like two dozen vaccines and human trials. At this point, governments are placing their bet than some of these front runners to try to get that vaccine available. Because let's you figure out something works. You don't have the time or space in a pandemic to then be like okay. Let's start figuring out how to scale this up. What does that all mean for access as people are like predicting when vaccines going to be ready, so they can make it. The conversations are on access are happening right now, and they're complicated, and they're full of ethical issues. I talked to Monsef slowly about this. He's the chief advisor for Operation Warp speed. It's this new government program. It's really in the hot seat because it's focused on getting a vaccine for the United States by January hardest step, frankly for access is forever vaccines. And, that's what we're. Aiming to still billions of dollars are going into figuring out these different vaccines. The US has narrowed it down. He says to eight vaccine candidates, and then they've also been agreeing to manufacturing contracts, but in all of this slowly says that the companies have agreed to share data from their research on these trials with the world. For him right now is focused as if you can figure out the right combination of a vaccine approach that is a game changer for all vaccines, Frank H, the the most valuable come. Next to of course, the vaccine noses themselves is. What does it take to be protected? Because then everybody can go and do that. Alone, I understand that, but they're still. The manufacturing part of the vaccine has to get made, and then how does distribution to what countries get prioritized? I mean. If you look at the past, we shouldn't be surprised with what we're seeing. An which is that geopolitics is all over this I mean. There's a global race for a vaccine also for access to it. Countries are trying to do this for their populations, and what that means countries that have more resources wind up getting the contracts I I talked to Raji Than Kaya. He's with the company Takeda about this, but he wears hats because he has worked in the US government on Pandemic Preparedness Nausea, Global Vaccine Access he does worry about this trend with all these countries. Now that we're seeing lineup for contracts I hope is that there will? Will be very little time between when significant numbers of people say in the US, get vaccine, and when the rest of the world gets meaningful volumes of vaccine. Are there efforts being made right now to broaden vaccine access when that vaccines developed? Yeah, absolutely and Sovan Kayak is actually on the board of the Coalition for epidemic. Preparedness Innovations full is called often referred to Steffi and they're working with the world. Health, organization. The idea is to bring in as many countries as possible to lower resource and higher resource countries to come up with these contracts with manufacturers, and the idea is that twenty percent of populations would gain access to vaccine. Not all countries have signed onto this like the United States. It tends to be that the lower resource countries tend to bear the bigger burden of diseases of pandemic for longer. The world's Alana Gordon. Thanks very much. Thanks Markup.

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The Models' Bill of Rights

American Fashion Podcast

10:04 min | 1 year ago

The Models' Bill of Rights

"We work together to Create the models bill of rights. This movement aims to enhance transparency for models in what to expect when doing business with their agencies. I believe this is something that's not taught to any model wasn't taught to me. That's for sure I had to learn things first hand and through trial and error. And I'm sort of out here trying to help models avoid making similar mistakes. The models bill of rights is started off as a document that help models read contracts understand how payments work basically understand their contractual obligations. But now it's extended to include safety in studios as well as it's become a hotline where models can reach out to myself or Federico and gain this awareness and help if they're in a predicament and I would say. Most models are in a financial predicament. And this is something. That isn't really talked about so I kind of I'm here to talk about that. Okay I know a while back. Maybe before. Industry model management was a thing. He kicked an agency out of pure fifty-nine he. He banned that agency from sending models fifty-nine studios for their mistreatment of the models. He's stood up for this a couple of times. Federico is very passionate about the safety of models and in fact. He really helped me when I was experiencing financial duress at with an agency Correct he abandoned agency that was not paying their models because in shooting at the studio That model would never receive that paycheck and he wanted to not just say something but do something and I believe. I admire how actionable Federico is and I've strived to be that way and the models bill of rights really is a call to action. It started as just awareness. And now we're trying to actually implement change and with other studios now in New York as well as agencies so there are some new laws in New York state. Where were you involved in in making sure those wind a place? I was not involved. I'm very happy about that. What I refer to when I say studio safety is that there are seventeen studios in New York. Only two of them are up to code major photo studio correct and up to code meaning in analogy I use. Would you walk into an elevator? If you knew it was out of service probably not But when you walk into like thirteen of these studios as a model. You don't know that it's not up to code and it's not up to code for a reason. Meaning there are some sort of hazard or there's some reason that the studio didn't want to be you know approved. They'd never applied to be functioning working space. So this actually shocked because that would expose them to a Department of Buildings Inspector Act and it's very expensive to be up to code. It's hundreds of thousands of dollars I personally know this because I come from my family. Business wherein manufacturing so we have chemicals in Leominster Massachusetts and in order for us to be functioning factory. We have to be up to code and it's very expensive and it's very arduous process but I understand how these things work so when I realized that I was actually shocked. That models are alike. Sent to these places that are dangerous and they might not even know what that means in terms of the result is if a mall were to get injured. She wouldn't be covered by insurance so if a light fell on her if she got burned that's on her right because if the building isn't incompliance they can't get insurance. Correct okay. So there's all these photography studios operating without valid insurance personal injury. Yes that's insane so if the knowledge is there why aren't they being reported to the building violations or whatever it is how? How are people afraid to report them? I I feel like these conversations. Are It's going to culminate to that? But we ran into this with the garment center. A lot of the buildings in the garments are out of compliance with the Building Code. And they're not allowed to To do major renovations to the building. They're not gonNA fall down but but they can't do anything because we've had this zoning issue with the Save the Garment Center and and preserving the garments which were losing very soon A legal fight was lost but Yeah you can have a perfectly functional building that just doesn't have sign off from the buildings which prevents them from doing major renovation. So you can really change the building right. You have to use the existing spaces and I believe that this is an imminent threat because the the market is shifting where advertisement is not so much still photo photos anymore but a lot of video and so you don't have that cold camera flash. You have moving pictures. Which is the same caliber. N- scale as a film set. It's just not treated as such in terms of the precautions that were taking and so the issue of like the lights being very hot or falling on. Someone are even more pertinent. Now because most people in the studios are shooting video. We're not just doing just straight photography anymore. Yeah and if you actually walk around. So for instance you'll see retail spaces that have instead of a photo on their storefront. It's a video when films are being shot. There's an ambulance outside. I've been on film sets. It's just it's it's treated with a lot of precaution. And this is not the case for a modeling set with comes from the motion picture unions and from the insurance requiring correct which is another thing that I have been sort of like baffled by. Is that a model does not have the same protections as an actress A model the rates are arbitrary It's non union when you're an actress. There's the screen actors guild there's certain rates depending on the caliber of the project and everything is like pretty straightforward as a model though the rate that's given to buy your agent is very arbitrary and in other element that bothers me is that that rate might not be the actual rate the client offered so so this is a transparency issue. Doesn't matter what angle you look at the Modeling Industry. It's just crooked and corrupt. I hate to say it. But it's the reality and one thing I noticed about the podcast is that you guys use are in business in the same sentence in sort of where are in business meet and I'm fascinated by that that synergy and I feel like that lacks so much in the modeling industry and just with my background's specifically I went to business school in Boston. I got my MBA at Babson. So when I came into the modeling industry while I had no experience as a model all I could hold onto was my business acumen so I started kind of folk holes of the industry and thinking almost treating it like a case study right like this industry is flawed and his modeling industry. Or is it. I mean it's part of other industries but is it an industry on itself professor. Yeah and that's an interesting point. You bring up because I actually watched an interview with Cindy Crawford and Kaya Gerber the other day for Vogue and Cindy was saying how when she was starting out doing catalog in Chicago. Modeling wasn't considered or seen as a real job right. We all know that this has changed significantly the other day. Kylie Jenner sold majority share of her cosmetics company for six hundred million dollars. She's now a billionaire model. Her sister Kendall gets a quarter million dollars per post on instagram. The the sisters their models. I mean this is a big business and I there promoters. Well yes but why I think I think Kendall is a model. She's a runway model. She's a model but she doesn't get paid for her face. She gets paid because their faces already famous. Now that's I mean that's part of why her face became famous. Was her modeling. Not Most of it and a lot of people have that issue with the whole nepotism and that's another whole thing with modeling and but the regardless of that is that there's just so many models nowadays. It's not like this. It's there's less mystery about it. There's a lot of agencies. There's a lot of models but there aren't the regulations in place needed to keep up with how this industry has grown I feel like it's behind and these conversations I think will force there to be some sort of actions

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They arrested a 6 year old girl. Heres what we can do about it.

The Breakdown with Shaun King

08:08 min | 1 year ago

They arrested a 6 year old girl. Heres what we can do about it.

"You may not have realized it if you just saw the video of Cairo. The six year old girl who was painfully horribly arrested handcuffed taken to jail. I'll talk more about that arrests and stuff here in a second but you may not have realized that we actually talked about her case months ago here on the breakdown including action steps that we had calling the school calling the school district. We even had a hand in getting the officer fired. Who arrested her? And the police chief there in Orlando said. It broke department policy and more on. The officer was fired but we had not seen the video and seeing the video made what we assumed was a horribly disgusting moment made it all the more clear that it was as disgusting as we thought it would be. Play the audio for you this morning not to make you suffer but to put in context the pain of the moment before I play it. I want to explain something that teachers and staff in a few view. There's an even longer version of the body camera video if you view it. You'll understand this Cairo. Like six year olds often do anybody who's ever been a parent of six year old. Anybody who's ever taught or manage six year olds understand. The six year olds. Do throw tantrums. It happens. She did not have a knife. She did not burn something down. She did not make a a threat of murdering even if she did. That would not have warranted and arrest It's preposterous that we're even talking about this. But before the police came to handcuff and arrest her she had already calmed down. School Administrator was reading a book with her Kaya set calmly and coolly in a chair in office. She had she had turned a corner. She had processed her anger in whatever way she needed to. And the situation had de-escalated at that point that the officers still decides to proceed with handcuffs in an arrest is outrageous. Plenty audio for you just I was good off. Growth asked believe the European know. It see me. Oh no for sure. Yup Everybody at the school failed Cairo. I don't care what anybody says. I believe that when we just read about the story months ago and did our own accent steps back then. The principal the assistant principal every teacher. You should have thrown yourself in front of the officer instead of allowing a Won The officer who arrested. Her is a huge man. Instead of allowing a huge man who also mind you was charged with child abuse himself many years ago said of allowing this officer to basically assault Cairo. The girl who had calmed down after attention from you should have intervened. And I don't WanNa hear from anybody that they didn't know nobody there intervened. Nobody did not the other officer who was on the scene. Everybody there had a moment where they could should have said. You know what we're not gonNA do this now. Do you have to do this? Best no no. Of course you don't have to do this and I wanNA talk about that for a moment because police officers and it's something I need you to understand. Police officers have wide discretion on who they charge who they arrest how they arrest and how they charge people like they have widespread latitude and discretion on. How and what they do when an arrest is possible. They understand that they could give someone a ticket. They could give someone a pass and that this officer walks into an office in sees a com- child and decides to arrest her with Zip ties handcuffs her while she begs for it not to be true bags not to be put into the police car not to be sent to jail and he's still precedes with it with nobody. Intervening is outrageous is. Here's what I know your character your integrity. Your moral courage is not really about where you stand in your own head. How you think you'll be when a tough moment comes your moral courage integrity. Your ethics are about how you respond in a moment that test you. This is the moment this would be the moment to say. I'm I'm sorry but you're actually not going to arrest a six year old child from our school. That's actually not going to happen and people at the school denied that they had anything to do with it. I still don't believe it. How did the officer even not a be there? How did he even know what happened? Of course you told the officer and of course you refused to intervene is disgusting. Kyw's grandmother who understood that something horrible had happened to. Her baby still said in an interview that she did with The Washington Post that it was way worse than even she imagined she just did not understand the horror of the moment

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The Return of

The Frame

06:41 min | 2 years ago

The Return of

"Welcome to the frame. I'm John Horn. It's Academy award the nominations mornings so we're out in the field when the lowest feelers bureau of the New York Times with a carpet bagger Kaya can kyle. I brought a Muffin. Thanks for having us over where this morning. Yes I'm eagerly consuming that Muffin. I need all of a sudden it's like can get after. Today's crack of Dawn Oscar. Nominations we have both been up since very early this morning. And even though I think we're still relatively awake and conscious I still think these nominations don't make a lot of sense. So where do you WANNA start. Let's talk about the movies that didn't get any love. I was shocked that the farewell did not make it into the best picture race. And that no actors from the farewell or parasite or nominated. Yeah I loved the farewell which came out this past summer. I would've loved to see Aquafina or Josh Suzanne who plays her grandmother in that movie get in unfortunately. Yeah Yeah it just missed out on everything. Eight twenty four which distributed the farewell to very hip indies studio. But they haven't shown an ability to get any of their summer movies ever into the Oscar race in a major way. They had the same problem with eighth grade and first reformed last year and now the farewell. Meanwhile though you've got neon a sort of comparable tae twenty four which parasite six Oscar nominations no in parasite. It is not only nominated for best picture. It's also up for best international feature and best director for June Ho if it wins the best picture prize and and I gotta say it has a shot. It will become the first foreign language movie to win that top prize. But let's look a little bit more closely at who didn't make the cut so bond Jun Mojo was nominated for director. Greta Gerwig wasn't and Todd Phillips was for joker. Joker had the most nominations with eleven. How do we start to talk? Talk about joker. Well I don't know I feel like we will never stop talking about jokers thing I it's been that sort of movie since the beginning running since it was announced since people got with its themes and especially since it became a billion dollar grosser at the box office which is crazy for a movie. Yes is about a famous comic book character but it doesn't have action scenes. It's Graham it's upsetting and now it's a best picture and best director nominee is. Is it going to win those awards. I don't think so. Maybe I'm protecting myself from thinking so I do think though that Joaquin Phoenix is near lock for best actor one of the first acting. Nominations that was announced. This morning was for best supporting actress. Kathy Bates in Richard Jewel. I don't think anybody saw that nomination coming. And it did seem to suggest what was going to happen for the next nineteen acting nominees and that is only one one person of color. Cynthia Repo played. Harriet Tubman was going to get a nomination. Yes initiate to Kathy Bates but the fact that she made it in and Jennifer Lopez didn't for Haas players. I think that's one of the big stories of this morning. I personally love Hustler's I thought Jennifer Lopez was giving fantastic robust movie star performance. It's in that film for some reason. While for a couple of reasons it just did not seem to catch on as far as that award season reconceptualise ation that needs to happen. When you've got a a big hit and then you want to prove that you more than just a hit the academy with the exception of little women? This year were turned an awfully cold shoulder to female ensembles and female all directors for that matter. There's there's quite a few nominated in best documentary but almost nowhere else including the big best director category. I just it. It bothers me that I feel like stories that are made by women that star women are not afforded. The same sort of canonical. Wait we so easily give similar stories about men. We're talking with cow Buchanan from the New York Times about today's Oscar nominations when I was at the La Times before I came to KPCC along with a team of reporters spent a year investigating the membership of the academy. At that time we found that it was ninety. Four percent percents Caucasian. The median age was sixty two. It was seventy-seven percent male in the years. Since and certainly on the heels of the Hashtag Egg Oscarssowhite the academy has gone to incredible steps to try to diversify its membership but the academy like the Mafia. You're in for life life. Do you think the voting today really represents that older demographic in the kind of reluctance to embrace anything outside of parasite that feels like a modern movie. Well I think that's the thing about the Oscars and that's the reason we keep talking about it. Every year they make steps forward they make steps backward record. It is a big organization several thousand people so as much as you diversify it. There will be diverse opinions. You know last year. We had add Oscar history with them like Black Panther where it won best costume design best production design first time. A black woman had one those things you also had green book win which many consider to be sort of a retrograde racial issues claptrap. I think the academy is big enough to to be able to stay in both of those points of view and it's worth noting that the academy doesn't really run the business in any way it is only recognizing the movies that we're getting made and the jobs that are being given by people who run Hollywood today. La Mayor Eric. Garcetti unveiled an initiative to try to promote lat next talent he hopes up to double Latino Representation in Hollywood by twenty thirty. But what is it gonNA take for the industry to start making more diverse film so that the Oscars can recognize more verse films while the Oscars don't make movies but they affect the movies that get made and I think it's important to talk about that because this is sort of a cycle where all of these things feed each other movies that are greenland movies that are cast with certain people were made by certain people. They're made that way often. And because of what we are told important by the Oscars as much as the Oscars sort of say. Well we can only do so much given the films that Hollywood gives us. The Hollywood gave them plenty of amazing films. This year that were sort of disregarded out of hand I think because we don't again ascribe the same wait to certain stories. Outside of white men doing violent dramatic weighty things Kyle Buchanan is the carpet Arpey bagger The New York Times Kyle. Thanks for having us over to the Los Villas Bureau of the New York Times. I'm glad you guys could come up next on the frame we hear from Oscar nominee. Cynthia revox Vivo and Renee Zellweger. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John Horn British actress. Cynthia Revox is an academy award nominee for her performance in Harry and she's the only person of color among this this year. Twenty acting nominees. The movie directed and Co Written by Casey Lemons tells the story of how Harriet Tubman escaped from slavery and became a heroic. ROIC abolitionist when I spoke with a revox about playing tubman. I asked her how shooting in Virginia. During a cold autumn helped her get into character. It was sort of imperative for me to try and do as much as I possibly could as authentically as could do it so I opted out of the wetsuit opted out of any like extra extra warming things was doing the activities just because I didn't want to I don't want to feel comfortable really I I liked the uncomfortable of the of the work that I was doing. Because I felt like it made me I guess it gave me the space to be more connected to her connected to what what she may have gone through So that the reaction was genuine and felt real. So yeah I do. I do think it really helps in doing these. Actions to to be connected connected to the

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"kaya" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"kaya" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Here comes again lunch. Lippi the same old same old or you ready to take a vacation from the ordinary with the new Jamaican Jerk Turkey sub at firehouse subs freshly sliced smoked Turkey breast crave ably sweet mustard sauce and a hint of Caribbean seasoning just five fifty five remedium save time order the new Jamaican Jerk Turkey sub on the firehouse subs APP firehouse subs enjoy more subs save more lives participating locations limited time only plus tax prices may vary for delivery hello and welcome back to strategic investor radio. I'm Charlie right and again. We're sitting here at the Alltel a conference and I'm with Bill Kelley who is the C._E._o.. Of the Kaya Association which stands for the Chartered Alternative Alternative Investment Analysts Association out of Amherst Massachusetts Bell Welcome. I think we've interviewed you each time. We've come to the last four years so appreciate you being here. Thank you Charlie always a pleasure in great to see see it back here today. So kyw is one of the sponsors not only vaults L._A.. But other <hes> <hes> sponsor of other <hes> conferences just like this one throughout actually the world tell us about that so this series series was born five years ago in L._A.. Tom Mahoney who's ACI of memory on the C._F._A.. Society now this idea was his we got the markets group involved about three years ago and now event in Silicon Valley Seattle Chicago Miami <hes> Texas. And we've got one coming up in Hong Kong of all places two weeks from now so it's really gone global tremendous way to get our message out. Hey that is great and of course everybody here is excited about alternatives and a great way for us to <hes> gather and talk about about that so tell us for those who don't know briefly what is about so we're really in the education in literacy business so you mentioned Charlie alternatives I think most investors come from sixty forty world six percent equity forty percent bonds and if you look at most experts out there and expectations around the turn premium in that space about five percent before inflation so two to three percent after inflation very very hard to build wealth so the thought is are there other risk premiums out had access like real estate like private equity like private debt that can maybe enhanced your returns. The short answer is probably yes but it's got to be accessed through due diligence and that's what we do okay and so you guys I presume the members you of investment advisers. It's a combination of the most sophisticated allocated around the world so C._I._O.. Sovereign wealth funds downs foundations public pension plans but if you look at this conference today they're thousand delegates there. We've got people in sales roles from family offices from asset managers and it's so refreshing to see so many in the audience and people that believe in education really trying to make our industry into a profession and that is so very important and how do you. Get the word out about the importance of alternative investments and education and due diligence in the light so we're a very small shop forty employees. Maybe five to seven there outward facing so we've got to go where the money is like Jesse James Whitey rob banks so when I go around the world I talked to our members but also talked to the big regulators the big allocators too big asset managers talk to the media talk to the wizards in the podcast base. Everybody wants to be in the PODCAST Business Charlie you were there air decades before people thought this great outlet so we're just trying to shout our mission from the rooftops and that's where I spend vast majority time. Well that's great. I know you're often on the road. Whenever I try to attack you they tell me you're in Asia or somewhere we're here and so what do you see as the future for alternative investments? Do you see growing and being accepted by more advisors and investors what you see so maybe a two part answers so frequent which does a lot of research in this space a Lotta respect for them. They put a report out just about a month ago and they're estimating a sixty percent increase in assets management in the all space in just the next five years so a tremendous amount of money coming into the space and if you're in the education business that's extraordinary but then also the panel I moderated today was talking about the invasion of Fintech and everything digital myspace around the generation of Alvin the investment process the distribution of product and that is something we're paying attention to and in fact sometime later this. We're GONNA come out with the credential called the financial data professional F._D._p.. which is meant to really upskill the analysts and now has to work with data scientists to come up with the best investments solutions to the end clients and we're very excited about this next development is not going to replace hi? It'll be very complementary to Kaya Complementary to see a fe and make for better investment professionals grade so bill <hes> you you do a blog come out with once a month for those who are not on the receiving in what can they do so it's not behind paywall I I wish people thought that much of the willing to pay for it but <hes> there's a website called all about Alpha Dot com one string <hes> and inside of that you find a column code. What about Beta? I write it almost every week I try to be thoughtful and provocative and get conversations is going around the retirement crisis round what's going on in the crypto space. These qualified opportunities Os just coming out a lot of discussion enlightenment there too so it's been great venue to continue to get this discussion going and I would encourage all U._S.. Take a look join the conversation we'll great. Thank you very much for joining us for a few minutes today in our best wishes for you and Cayenne continued growth and for the whole alternative industry. Thank you very much Jackie Charlie always a pleasure at at farmers insurance. We know every windshield collision has a unique sound beetle burt boop drone seen it covered click for more our farmers underwritten by Farmers Truck Fire Insurance Exchange Center affiliates products available in every state here comes again lunch will be the same old same old or you ready to take a vacation from the ordinary with the new Jamaican Jerk Turkey sub at firehouse subs freshly sliced smoked Turkey breast crave ably sweet mustard sauce and a hint of.

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8 Ways to Use the Word "Collaborate"

BM English Speaking Radio

04:50 min | 2 years ago

8 Ways to Use the Word "Collaborate"

"Today's word is collaborate. Would you like to know what it means? It means to work jointly for an activity or a special project or to form an alliance or the team with M English speaking radio channel loan one, you would every day and impressed the world in these English were cabinet lesson. You will learn how to use the word collaborate. Leah sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English book, gab, Lori and speak English fluently and confidently collaborate is felt as C O. A B. Are. D E, the word collaborate is used when some person ordinal denies ation walks jointly with a Nado for the common cause, for example, often pharmaceutical companies collaborate with local healthcare centers to administer free vaccination to patients who cannot afford, expensive medicines. Wow. Wasn't it easy to understand the meaning of the would collaborate listen carefully how we can use the would collaborate in eight different situations in eight different sentences example, number one of eight messes, Kaya made beautiful fashion jewelry. It was necessity for the product to be available to allow customer base Hanes. It collaborated with a stocking and distribution company to make the products available nation. Invite moving onto example, number two eight the collaboration between a visa company and a cold drink manufacturer was a win win situation. Both companies benefited from this, and there was an enormous rise in their revenues lettuce understand. Example, number three of eight the farmers and Mara, Stroh were looking for collaboration in techniques that allow farming but very less used of water, they came across a video made by a group of Israeli agree culturists on the subject soon. A group was formed on social media and information was exchanged, can you relate with any such project for, which you have collaborated with someone? Moving onto example number four of eight the national Chess Federation decided to work on enhancing, the popularity of chess across the nation for this pope. Is it entered into collaboration with the team of Russian grandmasters, who would visit India to promote the game of chess? Do you know that over three lacked professionals students and homemakers have learned to speak English, fluently and confidently at B M English-speaking institute? Log onto our web site WWW dot we m consultants India dot com for more information. Example, number five of eight these days, the digital media, and movie makers collaborate to ensure a reach of the movie to the masses. This definitely enhances the revenue from the movie, moving onto example, number six eight for any country. The foreign tourists are a source of foreign exchange. It has been observed that the national tourism board, the locate will operate and hotels, collaborate to attract larger number of tourists by offering comprehensive to packages lettuce understand, example number seven eight with each passing year. The number of Indian students going overseas for higher education is increasing. This has prompted the Indian education institutes to collaborate with foreign universities to offer affiliated. Action programmes moving onto example number eight or eight Christmas was around the corner, large volume of shopping was anticipated. Hence a leading credit card company collaborated with the local shops to offer special discounts to the shoppers for using their credit card.

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"kaya" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"kaya" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Sixty eight you now nowhere to go. I'm Debbie do Hain with Joe Piscopo. Am nine seven dot com. Hi, I'm putting on my dad's glasses. Thank you, very very much. I got my readers. They look like my pop were nineteen fifty nine. And remember that that was two years old yet two years old? I wish hey Michaels. Brooklyn Michaels, a Brooklyn we are going out there, Debbie. We we locked the date. We won't tell anybody could be a secret little on the five boroughs will be this special friends will be there. We love going to Michael a Brooklyn avenue are no string. And do. You know, what it's one of the five best Italian restaurants in the United States of America. We invite you to go out there Michaels of Brooklyn. Now, it is time my dear friend for Michael's Brooklyn Italian trivia question, are you ready? This is courtesy of altitude low the current this is the question if you answer this correctly, you get an Kaya case Michaels in Brooklyn sauce, just like that an entire case of Michael's Brooklyn, Mike Lindell's at in Minnesota, don't they have a couple of a couple of times in Minnesota. Sure. Stories back in the day, though. I do. His talion trivia question for Michael Dubroca? The current current is the question the current currency in Italy's the euro before two thousand one what was the name of the currency that Italy used Frank is going to comment how easy that is now. Well, I feel the need to mention to Mike don't give the answer away until we get a winner. All right. The current currency is the euro before two thousand one what was the name of the currency that Italy used eight seven seven nine seven twenty nine ninety nine. If you answered the question, the current currency and Italy is the euro before two thousand one what was the name of the currency that Italy us you will win if you answered that correctly. You win an entire case of Michael's in Brooklyn. And if you don't get through on the lines today, we are giving away one more contest in an online contest. Just please go to a and nine hundred seventy the answer dot com to win. You don't wanna miss out on the best.

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How to Get Confident

All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

04:53 min | 3 years ago

How to Get Confident

"Today's episode. You'll meet our special guest Yumiko who was a participant in the power immersion weekend in Tokyo last year. Find out how the program helped her become more confident through intensive exercises. With native speakers listening today. How lo- you may go and welcome to the show. How are you today? Oh, Hello Lisi. Pretty good. How are you? Hey, I'm feeling great. I love it. When we get to have our students our listeners here on the show. Thank you for coming on the show today. Thank you for giving me discrepancy. Oh, it's wonderful. And you make oh you or on the show today because you are one of our students in our power English weekend in Tokyo last year, isn't that? Right. Yes. That's right. All my gosh. So why did you decide to join that program last year? Yumiko why did you join the Tokyo power English weekend? Okay. First of all, I really wanted to see lien Santa Jessica, I fine of all his English. I saw it was a great chance for me to speak English with native speakers because of NAT surrounded by English. Yes. Yeah. Absolutely. And how long have you been learning English Yumiko? Oh, how long since I was a student. So Phil, right. Yeah. So long. Took a lot of time to be able to speak English with natives of absolutely absolutely. And what was your favorite thing about the weekend? I mean, how what was the thing that you loved? I mean, we did so many things right? So you are a key Zona student. So you had a chance to do the one to one coaching. You were at the is a Kaya at the power at the podcast recording and the happy hour. What did you like best about the entire weekend? The best thing I enjoyed all the programs. So I just wanted to say that as who that we could immerse ourselves one hundred percent in English very intensity. Yeah. Has Saturday it moaning, we had lots of fun activities. So we had no time to hesitate and stink worry about things. So that and Lynch, Jessica, pushed us and encouraged us very nicely. So that I could jump into the conversation. Yeah. Yeah. That's amazing. So so even after the morning course, right in the morning, when we had the names meagher's, did you already start to feel that sense of confidence because we did it so quickly. We did everything in sums that such an intensive way. Yeah. I had a confidence because I could really enjoyed conversation and indefinite now when I had a free time. I talked a lot bits at a participants on the in English. No us little Japanese got is the thing. Yeah. Easing. Yeah. And how did that feel to be speaking with other Japanese students entirely in English was that a new experience for you? Yeah. That is a new. Prince that, but I that it's very natural lesser of. It's one. That's so wonderful. We had different backgrounds and different jobs and different experiences. So that is awesome to get to know each other. Yeah. And you told me that you've been able to stay connected with some of the students in the program. Is that right? Yeah. That's right. Yeah. That's the way as ING. Yeah. We see some of it on Facebook. Yes. Yeah. That is so great. So it's a chance not only to improve her English and Getty merged with native speakers. But to actually connect with other Japanese people that is so cool. That's so cool. Do you? Remember all the activities that we did that morning. We did the drama lab. We did the speed dating dear member, which one you enjoyed the most. I love to speed dating because I could talk to the many natives. Yes. And also antenna phone telephone lesson. I said that that is difficult was I must see the face, and I could not see the mile slow. I media wars. Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely had telephoned. I mean, do you speak in English on the telephone nowadays? I mean right now, we're kind of on the phone, right? We're on Skype recording the interview and you're doing a great job, by the way. But. Do you speak normally on the phone in English and your daily life a no not on the phone battery? Yeah. Okay. Okay. That's good. But that really is one of the harder things, isn't it? Yeah. Right. Okay.

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Watson leads Texans to 29-22 comeback win over Darnold, Jets

A Closer Look with Arthur Levitt

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Watson leads Texans to 29-22 comeback win over Darnold, Jets

"Minutes to go on and Elisha McGuire. Touchdown run the Texans hoping later to culture playoff spot, though, at comeback in mind does Shawn Watson with a fourteen yard touchdown pass to Andre Hopkins with two fifteen left that put them in front for good. Those two hooked up twice. Kaya me. Fair being kicked five field goals. Houston winning at twenty nine to twenty two Sam darnold with two TD passes for the jets. He threw for two hundred fifty three yards offensive line played really. Well, we handle JJ in today on really well. Again. Our receivers got open game jets are now four in ten giants. Take their five hundred Mark to the MetLife field today

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Rafael Nidal, Donna and US discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

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Rafael Nidal, Donna and US discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"The hour time for a check of sports. From around the. World here's Donna page, thanks Brian in tennis top seed and defending champ Rafael Nidal reach the quarterfinals of the US, open by beating Nico bustle Asheville in the. Round of

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