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Voice AI in Europe Year-in-Review 2020: Voice Assistants and Privacy Issues
"One of things. I do Just for the audience's give you a little perspective before we go into this. I have some ideas of things that i think are big stories of the year that we should talk about. But i also ask guests to suggest some things and top of the list for nave. Was privacy concerns around voice technology. And i think interestingly enough this is a topic we didn't really talk much about by. Us guests when we did a yard review just just a few days ago but europe has different views on this in there has been. There's been a lot of movement at the regulatory level. You know clearly there's consumer privacy advocacy going on europe. Tell me a little bit about why you think that was one of the top in twenty twenty four voice. Yeah it's funny. You say that about your your you ask us. I mean privacy came as is a big story twenty. Nineteen ridi ryan's with all of those events with you know confident top story. I would say twenty nineteen. I mean everything a month. There was another expose in lower telling a story. So i guess you could argue that. It's trending nineteen story but privacy has become such a big part of the way we talk about voice technology. Certainly it's a box labs when it comes to kids that it's something that all of our clients are talking to us about all the time and i told you know it may well have come as and been a mainstream media topic in twenty nine teen but everybody is still talking about. Voice are bad privacy and in fact they're more educated parents because children being remote learning all year long this year with the pandemic you know that concern on the parents size but also in terms of our kinds of companies on the entertainment companies. I think when you look at the numbers it's really interesting to see the wild keeper more education than have more concerns about privacy and bread. You guys did a survey on this year. Yourselves of as trust issues with voice assistance at we can still see the numbers of people. Buying them are going up enough so to me that translates to adults thinking okay. I'll you consent to use my voice if you give me. Convenience in utility voice under bassett tradeoff that adults are willing to to go if they think about it at all rise but the very different construct when it comes to kids you know i mean when you think a bad kids invoice are really comfortable as parents of young kids to allow our kids voices to be used as data accumulation exercise where you know they can be profiled for at driven business models where the utility in the business model are combined. And i think a lot of people when they sound bites and think about that Browns there are concerns when it comes to car manufacturers toy manufacturers education companies. I say when it comes to privacy one of the reasons why is because for kids voices not a nice to have. It's not just a convenience. As technology has become more accurate. It's become a necessity for kids to use voice technology and more and more as becomes ubiquitous in classrooms. And at home kids voices will be used at the natural interface with lots and lots of technology. So we come to take you for granted thus kedah invoices stages collected unused posts consent in exactly the same way as as stages use storage and processed in the exact same ways. So for me. I guess the the stark paying about twenty twenty was we had all of this ad crying. Twenty nineteen very little changed in twenty twenty on regulation. We can't really expect regulation to turn it off on you know it's up and eighteen. Chapman best just not realistic but it is realistic for at the market to reflect some of those concerns and for companies like us who are privacy by design from the get-go who built from grand four privacy from since twenty thirteen to have it now as a competitive advantage. That privacy is something that's built into our system in amherst seeing a lot of people asking us bag privacy so you know. I think it's issue that will continue to be there and i think for kids. It's absolutely fundamental rise and and we'd like to hear more our compatriots in the voice space token
"kedah" Discussed on Joyce Meyer's Talk It Out Podcast
"So that's one of the victims that I have to do to keep my attitude straight because I see that. You know sneak into almost every situation share has been hard. Does it work? It's difficult but it does work. Yeah. It definitely works. It doesn't. It doesn't feel like it's working initially you know and you had and I'm just going to be honest like it doesn't feel like it because especially like in the season, even that I'm in currently, it's like it just feels like one thing after another after another thing that's like this is unmerited like this isn't it doesn't even make sense and so it's easy. It's Satan's job to keep putting things on us. Yeah. But it's our job to keep resisting him in the keep renewing our mind daily and setting are much so I say it out loud I have to you know to say I'm a victor I'm not a victim you. Know. Yeah this doesn't this doesn't feel good. But even when I don't see it, he's working and he turns turns all things around for my good and I have to keep saying it and it really doesn't click you start seeing the other side, but you have to be diligent with speaking it until you see that's so great because there there are so many things in our lives that we can say there's a reason to have a bad attitude right now there's a lot of stuff going on and there are a lot of our friends who have or are going through really hard things like it's justified that I feel this way right now that I have the best attitude, but you're saying we. Don't have to be stuck there. You don't have to be stuck there and sometimes I don't want to be phony because that's one of my biggest things like goes back to that whole realist thing I like to shoot straight and be like on like it. You know I'm not having it'd I don't feel good I don't like the situation, but that's why it's important to have friends because I. Can still tell you guys hey, I don't like what's going on, but I need to pray that continued to choose joy choose victory in some you might feel like you're faking, but it's one of those things like fake it until you make it fake it until it's real cheap going at it until two you're into, you see the manifestation of your attitude changing because life can sometimes really stink and. It doesn't help me though if I stay in that like I feel heavy I feel low i. always feel like crying feel like you know I don't want to stay there but you know what you're not a faker you don't fake it you you'll say to US please be praying I'm having a really hard day and you won't always be perfect and that I. Mean, you know some days are much harder than others, but you not having a bad attitude in that is not just putting on a mask as you're being honest and what you're dealing with. But I think there's something as Christians that we have that is bigger than our attitude You know it's like yeah I feel pretty beat up right now and I could be Really Nasty to everybody, but it's not going to do me any good gonNA. Do them any good. So like my words that I've been saying for months now over and over and over is I trust you Lord I trust you got I trust you and this I trust you with these things that I can't deal with that could give me a really bad. Attitude right and and it does it starts to change because the words that you're saying are like the scripture that you said are the words of truth in the word and that's what changes our hearts from the inside out what's not fake and that's the part that is the part right there at choose truth. Yeah I don't choose what? I. See at Choose Truth and. Faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen. So if I'm truly believer from truly Christian after even apply it when it's really really tough and say I don't see it but faith is something that I'm hoping for. So I'm hoping that I'm having I have a better attitude I can blazed whose and what I've learned from actually doing this in Y'all know I've had a really tough you know. Almost a year now and I can honestly say I believe the enemies confused because I choose and so he's just throwing everything. So it doesn't mean that the tests are going to lighten the trials are going to lighten up but the way I'm coasting through I'm like God. You got me you know. People that are around me I know the enemy why are you so happy because I know truth? Yeah. I know the truth I don't like how this feels but I know the truth. So you'd have to choose truth one thing I've thought. Is. Just amazing as you've walked through this process and we've seen we've seen that I said to myself like you're so full of joy. It's you aren't being fake and you still have those real moments with us like this today is really hard today really sucks but I don't you tell the truth. Do you feel like when you have this honest moments it helps you have that honest attitude shift later because you're not pressing it down right what we're not saying I sh- I shut everything down that hurts. So I am happy on the outside don't be a fake mast, Christian? KEDAH HAVE PAINTED MR The more you suppress what you really really feel the more you push that stuff down and lie to yourself. Yeah. Like it'll affect your actual attitude. So yeah talking about it. To the right people sheriff. Talking. About it to the right people even sharing it on a platform like this. This is just me unmasking. It's saying, Hey, this is what's going on and it really stinks and so if I look like I've been through the fire today but. You know just being honest but then say and you could still see me laugh that's not fake. That's me being real and like choosing to have joy in that moment. So yeah, it does help there's also to nasty in not letting that bad attitude rule your life not letting that bad circumstances situation determine your attitude it because then that the the bad stuff is winning exactly you gotta let those moments have their moment right but not your day..
"kedah" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"AM Kedah but talk of Las Vegas if you missed Brian Kilmeade you missed so avoid people bill Moore who's a comedian and most of his friends are comedians as well as a commentator said this yesterday another network and I wholeheartedly agree and possibly comedians have been hurt by this culture that we're in right now more than anybody else cut thirty a lot of this far left political correctness is a cancer on progressivism I think when you when you talk to to trump supporters they're not blind to his myriad flaws but one thing they always say is he's not politically correct I don't think you can up under us to over estimate how much people have been choking on political correctness and hated the vast majority of liberals in this country hate it they they think political correctness has gone way too far no one likes to be living on egg shells so if we agree to that and I'm being presumptuous if we agree the portal correct correct this is is so bad how do we get out of it well I think you know part of the way that it starts is people decline I think a really good example Ralph Northam in Virginia yep so here's Ralph Northam in Virginia where it is assumed at this at the first that because there was a picture of a Klansmen and a guy in black face in his on the on his page in his medical school yearbook he was done and every said he's got to resign he's gotta go and he declined and said I want and the outrage machine churn for a while longer and it was there but as time went by pretty soon and then pretty soon people took a survey in Virginia and even among African American voters in Virginia people said now it's up he like me it it as the great philosopher Whitney Houston said it's not right but it's okay and that was thirty five years ago and moving on and I think North Adams lesson for a lot of people in public life and politics there are two things that people do that deserve the the the total program to be exiled to be shunned ought to be made a pariah that is the appropriate for some things that tell you preservative was Asian but we end up we're sort of now in the position on the stuff where France was after the revolution right the the the no no no no I'm serious the tyranny of the mob is so great in every affected by smart societies smart people smart cultures are able to understand that things are different right it's different for Joe Biden to smell somebody's hair than it is for someone to commit a sexual assault these are different things yes and being able to determine the difference between things is the mark of a sophisticated and advanced culture and we're getting less sophisticated and less advanced because we are in we are allowing we've become moral imbeciles because we are allowing the mob to rule Brian Kilmeade weekdays six AM to nine AM on one oh one point five FM seven twenty AM KGW win but talk of Las Vegas or five.
Porpoises On The Brink Of Extinction Face Daunting Odds For Survival
"Marine Mammal is on the verge of extinction in Mexico's Gulf of California. Conservationists have been trying to save the the Keita Porpoise for years but that work has been complicated by the nets and even drug cartels from Arizona public media in Tucson area Brosius reports seafood restaurants. Colorful mosaics line. The Boardwalk in downtown San Felipe pay fishing is a mainstay of the small northern Mexico. Town love I keep. The restaurant is just a couple blocks over a framed photo of the little porpoise that could be. The town's mascot hangs in the office of Ramon Franco the as head of a local fishermen cooperative representing about five hundred and seventy families is sending. Well it though this earth announced that animal as you must know only lives here in this area and it's ours belongs to us. Mexicans for decades of akitas population has been declining as fishermen inadvertently catch them while pursuing fish and shrimp but dea says many local fishermen treasure the animal when it rises above the water with its characteristic. Black rimmed is he says That causes those do those. It's as if it was smiling with you. So real fishermen don't WanNa harm them. It's the opposite in the last few decades. Mexico has established of Akita Refuge and backed research into the species but lately the number of Akita has plummeted around just a dozen or less as poaching for another endangered fish called. The Toba has ramped up. Fishermen use large Gill Nets to trap the toe to Wada. Which also killed Akita in two thousand fifteen Mexico's then president banned Gill Nets in the Vicki habitat increased enforcement against poaching and started paying fishermen not to work so the species could recover. This little sanitizer came to an agreement that we would leave the sea so that the federal government clean up the illegal boats but Diaz says enforcement was insufficient. Problem got worse. He says he's filed numerous complaints with the government to no avail then a year ago. The payments fishermen stopped those. Odi The liberal Emma. So now we have a serious problem. Because we don't have a fishing practice that is permitted. And we also don't have any compensation. Last September Diaz announced his fisherman had no option but to return to the sea to support their families. He says two thousand eighteen. Us Ban Mexican seafood caught with Gillnets has only made life harder for legal fishermen. Mexico missed an opportunity to be a world leader in shifting a fishery over from Gillnets to alternative gear. Barbara Taylor is marine conservation biologist with the US government who studied the Makita for thirty years. She says the Gillnet Ban wasn't very effective. Because some fishermen hurting financially were tempted into the illegal Totowa Trade F- Iquitos and Gill Nets are completely incompatible. And the fishermen needed to be able to make a living and so developing alternative fishing methods. Were really the only way for Bikita. Survive Louise Mendosa is working on it in his centrally bay office. He pulls a large thin strand net from a milk crate. Wait to the bottom. He's a member of pesca obeys. Say A small nonprofit group of fishermen working with the Mexican government to test alternative driftnets like this one called suit. Peta for this war with the current only with but Mendoza says using these nets can be nearly impossible because of the sheer number of illegal gill nets under the waves. He says even though it's cheaper it will be hard to convince fishermen to use it. They've become very effective. The Gill Nets and with this kind of equipment. You have to get money. The Keita Researcher Barbara Taylor says Mexico needs to support legal fishing if alternative nets prove less profitable and crackdown on poaching. Akitas prime habitat. She still has hope for the species but there are fewer of Akiba every year though. Two of poaching is rampant because the fishes swim bladder is highly prized in China. As a medicinal food. Because there's a little money is more money than drugs. I mean we're talking about twenty thousand dollars twenty five dollars for one soon blind. Jp Geoffroy leads the Conservation Group Sea Shepherd's Makita protection efforts. He says that money has attracted international drug cartels and during high season there can be dozens of boats fishing illegally inside the Vicki to refuge for the last five years sea shepherd has been working with some local fishermen to collect Gill Nets. Trying give the species a fighting chance to recover important. Centrally Bay Crew Members. Use a hook to move huge bags of fishing gear. They've pulled from the ocean. All these boxes contain all Guinea. Gotten it that way we move from riveted by Kedah not all local support sea shepherd's work recently suspected poachers fired shots at a sea. Shepherd vessel in the Makita refuge despite that tension. Geoffroy says they support local fishermen who just want to do their job. We are just trying to work with them and explain to them to. At least respect the small rectangle release the critical area. Geoffroy says if they can just protect the remaining Makita the species can recover but for now observers. Say there's little evidence that current efforts to stop poaching will be enough for NPR news. I'm Arianna Brosius.
Minnesota among 25 states on track to meet Paris climate goals
"Many climate observers are frustrated that world leaders at the COP twenty five. Climate Summit failed to get on the same page with accountability ready for emissions reductions but twenty five. US states including Minnesota are on the same page. They're reducing greenhouse gas emissions faster than and the rest of the country. Julie said Kedah is the executive director of the US climate alliance and joins US via skype. Hi Julie Hi Pal. So these twenty-five estates what's the progress on emissions will Polish. You may know when the governor's joined the. US Climate Alliance. The essentially agree that they will work collectively to meet meet a twenty six to twenty eight percent. Emission reduction below two thousand five levels by two thousand twenty five and what are independently commissioned analysis says shows is that this group of States is very close to achieving that goal. So they're looking at eight twenty to twenty seven percent emission reduction in that timeframe mm-hmm correct me. If I'm wrong on this number between two thousand five hundred twenty seventeen. These twenty five states reduced their collective greenhouse gas emissions by about sixteen percent and compared with seven percent for the rest of the country. Is that right. That is correct. And if we were to look for example at twenty twenty-five emissions nations for non-aligned states those states are expected to reduce emissions between three and eleven percent. So you know. A third of what our states are expected to achieve the atmosphere obviously doesn't care where the emissions come from or what the political boundaries are but if these twenty-five states were country how big would that be in terms of emissions the Group of states represents roughly forty percent of US emissions but because the United States is such a large committer. Big actually the sixth largest global emitter which means that they are responsible for more emissions than almost all other countries in the world. We we hear these arguments. That reducing greenhouse gas emissions will stifle economic growth are these states also producing growth their per capita APPA. Economic output is actually growing at three times the rate of other states and overall their economies are growing faster here in Minnesota about twenty five percent of of our electric power was produced from renewable sources last year. How does that fit with the rest of the nation across the states. We're seeing an acceleration creation in the pace and scale of renewable deployment and I think Minnesota's fortune and that they've got a very progressive governor. WHO's made a clean energy a priority but then you also have utilities that have committed to one hundred percent clean and so the combination of that. I think proves that we have a strong outlook in Minnesota. You mentioned the progress in the electric power sector. We are seeing that. It's slower in transportation. Is that really the next big piece of low hanging fruit route to go after for emissions reductions. Well I wouldn't say that it's low hanging fruit. I would say that it's probably the most important sector. And the reason is that we're seeing a growth in emissions in that sector and it is also the largest sector in terms of overall emissions In addition to that it's not as easy to tackle as the power sector where you can work very closely with utilities You're looking at behavioral change deploying electric vehicles and then we are looking even at gas powered cars. Were trying to put in place. More stringent clean car standards and the administration is not only rolling back the national standards but they're also also attacking the rights of states to set those more stringent standards. So I think that we've got some pretty significant hurdles. So what are the goals. Then as we look forward for future emissions reductions by these twenty five states. Almost all of the states have climate targets. That are more ambitious than our climate target and and so they are putting in place a suite of policies and climate action plans. That are trying to get them towards their more ambitious targets. In the years ahead
"kedah" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"For the darkest nights of the year I'm John Michael from the Kedah mark six PM now back up Brian Kilmeade on one oh one point five FM seven twenty AM three don in kill me back everybody got a couple minutes Jim was a W. H. I. O. Hey Jim Dayton Ohio Hey Brian can you hear me alright you're on okay you know I I listed these Democrats whining and whining about president trump destroying democracy the only to go back to city class in a democracy we have an election and then the people that are elected for whatever time is they run the show for whatever protection you reevaluate what they did in the new elect them they don't understand that think they're the ones trying to ruin democracy are democratic vote they don't see it that way they were told to be solemn and do their duty or else the president would assume he's a king they have no choice he was going to throw the next election that's who they claim the abuse you subscribe to that okay well that's what they think they're in there get their incredible I mean there's an incredible it's like if they don't if they don't win the election their solution instead of moving on is to just try to destroy everything that's in it because I don't know that we gonna get elected again they shouldn't get elected again there are be some kind of a penalty for people who blatantly lied during these hearings and stuff like that dozens approval rating is take up this day I was at forty five percent it's roughly where president Obama's was he's picked up a few points since this whole process started we'll see where it goes from here we know what happened with Bill Clinton he went from sixty percent approval to sixty.
Google Play Pass vs Apple Arcade: The battle of the curated app subscriptions
"Take on the APP subscription model is a little different from apple which just launched last week Apple Arcade. It's forty nine games. Subscriptions are as a four hundred nine games subscription type of their firstly google. Play Pass includes foods APPs as well as games. Secondly Google isn't directly funding development their development nor demanding exclusivity. I'M GONNA stop there for a second again because I want to get like your service level like what's your immediate reaction to my thing is so I just switched over to the new iphone. Oh Nice so a How's IT I love it? The cameras seen really it's so you'd better be insane with those three. Frigid wild is on yeah so while I was doing this my my previous phone. I had like like five pages of APPs. I'm trying to transfer my data to my new phone. It's like Oh this can take fourteen hours. Let me delete all the absence of that I don't use and then transfer dot down to a page half of APPs right so to get access to three hundred and fifty games and apps like I might views like three of those most likely those three after going to be free anyway so I feel like paying five bucks a month to get access to this stuff and then also sorry Sir Sir though without any in-app purchases does that mean that there are only going to be games that don't have access to in-app purchases. That's that's a good question like let's say that clash of clans does on there There's in that purchases in there. Can I now not make those in that purchases because I'm paying the five dollars a month or all those purchases free. That's very confusing to me and I imagine it can't be the second one definitely take that can't be the case. I'm going to rack up a three thousand dollar per seat because I pay five Google Payne. This was happening and a lot of the more I think there's a more more solid games that have in that purchases not so what what kind of stuff is actually going to be good. That's in this package. and I could be totally wrong if you're using an APP playing the game that with no in-app purchases that was like just like two bucks perfect. NOPE TAPPIN has an purchases Israeli yeah I don't know I guess in that case like you just wouldn't see you question planes on there right you just imagine like games that heavily rely on in in that purchases just won't appear on the service is kind of a bummer but like most of those games are also free right yeah so like the free games with purchases yeah so so I guess like it kind of ways out that like yeah I guess I mean they're free anyway so yeah. I'd have to get the list yeah exactly and we can get into that because like the article continues here at launch all the APPS and games including Google play pass were already available on the play store and will continue to be available as standalone purchases or ad-supported. If you've previously installed any APP that's included in the service and sign up your current APP should automatically have it's as removed and its impact in-app purchases unlocked and so that kind of yes I recant everything I just said especially because the next part says that you get started valley yeah so am risk forty what do with risk yeah flavors heavy. I might get this because of risk so fast forwarding the to the end of the article right it says Google says roughly two-thirds of the APPs included in play pass. That's our games including longtime favorites starting Valley Monument Valley Limbo. Let's read go in risk in other words they include a mix of indie institutional institutional developers similarly the non game APPs include biggies like accuweather and smaller well-loved android apps like high Q. Quarter. I haven't seen a fullest yet but other notable games that I noticed include Star Wars Knights of the old republic which I didn't know what yeah that's wild right what play flavor mobile. I have no idea delete the whole two minutes of me off. I I don't even have an android also say besides many metro old man's journey which I've heard great and yellow and yeah like so. I'm an android Guy I've been seeing all the apple arcane stuff for the last week and it's been bumming me out there 'cause all that stuff looks looks great yeah like I've heard so much about games like what the Golf I've been playing Sayonara wild hearts on my switch on mobile that game will probably be also pretty cool to have which McCall exit the engine seems cool engine's great yeah like mobile yes. It's part of Kedah. I feel like I missed all that stuff so I should let me just backtrack wixom in the past couple of days so Wednesday Wednesday flew to Manila to do a show in the Philippines pins did a show then the next morning food is Shanghai to do a show. Oh my God it's morning Food Honolulu to do a show and then flew here to do this so I'm getting caught up. I'm getting caught up. I apologize how does for not being as your best life. That's awesome so yes so this information to work out WRESTLEMANIA. It
"kedah" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The Kedah and if you miss Sean Hannity you missed the force or try to force and pressure and Attorney General the chief law enforcement officer in the country to violate the law to accommodate whatever was sick political agenda they have you you cannot ask the Attorney General of the United States to break the law now they want some of the supporting materials really so apparently there was some type of agreement that had been reached there between the house Judiciary Committee and so the criminal contempt thing is not going to happen and that's not going forward then all right so they've been trying to call everybody back everybody that already testified before the house committee for the bipartisan Senate committee and before Mahler now if you look at the the amount of materials that were sent over let's just start with the White House the president allowed every single person that was requested to testify before any of these committees meeting the house investigation the bipartisan Senate investigation then Mahler's investigation everyone that worked in the trump White House not one person was told not to cooperate just the opposite they were all given permission and encouraged to testify frankly it was unprecedented that they even allow the White House counsel the time dom again to testify before Muller for thirty hours that's insanity it is there's got to be a line in the sand somewhere they sent over one and a half million pages of documents of documents to the special counsel's office you know that not one time during this process to the president who had the right to invoke executive privilege did he ever invoke executive privilege the Senate Intel had their own investigation the house said their investigation and they conducted scores of transcribed interviews and by the way we're waiting to get some of these closed door interviews release so we can know more about the deep state what happened and who did what when and where and who said what when and where and you know now watching these deep state actors all turn on each other this is getting interesting so you had all of all these investigations that have gone on repeatedly and they've come up with nothing and they're not going to come up with anything that's that's the problem and when you look at the law as it is as as it is written you know there's only so many times that you're gonna cooperate before becomes.
"kedah" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"kedah" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"He has a Kedah calendar hidden away in his little. Yes. And he's he pleaded to Anthony for like, a good like fifteen minutes of just like bro. You need me. You need me in this game from day to we've been together. And shack. They didn't always agree. But but they won. They still won together. And you need me. You need me to beat Adam. I'm the only one that can beat out of you can see on this calendar. I've been studying and really just like passionately pleased to Anthony and Anthony's like all right. All right. We'll talk in an hour and changed. Anthony's mind got Anthony back on board with him. And he even even said to the cameras afterward, he was like, Dan geese. I hope you're proud. Compares the dangling. He's off there. He's definitely one of the greatest players. Big burly cannon history. My, my eyes. I agree. I agree. So, yeah, that all happened. And, and that's unfortunately for you that's exceeded because it really reaffirmed their bond because they had been breaking apart for quite a while. Would've got him out that week. I really do believe I would've won that second last, h h yeah. I think so as well. Knock bit of mothers and Anthony's terrorize days. And I knew every single question is just Dane is way too facet of others. As as buzzkill woulda. Shelly. So, yes, then, then Dane is going to be you twice. And that veto competition was hard to watch too, man. The. I studied sober for that. And the first three questions I got soul fast. I, I don't know how they showed it on TV. But I knew that I was killing competition. I got to the orange boxer believe wrong time, what ended up getting the right answer, and then came the green box I picked up the car, and I read, who is the victim nominees on day, twenty seven but it actually said, who is the nominees on day, twenty seven so for the first part, you know, I found my two answers, I put it up when it could not find that green buzzer, I went around and around and around probably seventy eight times, not find. But then I went back in a picked up a car for the second time I reread it while you're dumb..
Deadly Explosion Outside Crowded Restaurant in Mogadishu
"People dining in a crowded restaurant in the Somalian capital of Mogadishu. There have been killed by a car bomb. Tenor dead seven wounded, no one immediately, claiming responsibility. The Kedah linked al-shabaab extremist group often targets high profile areas in Mogadishu with suicide bombings, the explosion Senegal. Huge cloud of smoke into the air destroying restaurants and cars parked in the area. The attack took place in the busy Maka Alcamo Maka Maka Rama road, one of the main highways through the seaside capital busy with businesses and
"At ask. Why not famous quote from JFK? I'm sure many of you heard that before any white be surprised to hear that it's theory icon to subscribe to myself and last week was in the Maldives. I was one of those resorts that we have which has got a big serve as market, pardon me, quite close to a couple of good surf breaks in the Maldives. And we've got this little room in the middle of the spa, which is currently being used for many pedicures, and it's not very busy, of course, because not many surface tend to want to have a manicure pedicure. And so I said to the ops manager, what would the surfers want how bad if we put sand throughout this room? What about if we put all surfboards up on the board on the wall? What if he put big TV screens playing surfing videos, and maybe a big bucket of ice cold beer in the middle of the room? They could come in hang out and have neck and shoulder mess foot and leg massage. And of course, the poor old ops. Manage nearly had a heart attack, and she said, well, that's not spa. So. I say Dave Kedah. I said why not because like I've said many many times the spire of tomorrow is twenty percent of what the spires today. The other eighty percent very dramatically from place to place resort to resort spa spa. And it may include wellness type stuff, and it might not doesn't have to. That's my theory doesn't have to. So this idea flies in the face. Absolutely. What inspires today, but maybe not necessarily what a spy could be tomorrow. So I would encourage you wherever you can when you have these crazy ideas and people say, no, no, no, ask yourself and ask them. Why don't go enough JFK? It's good enough you or that's eight thanks for tuning.
"kedah" Discussed on OnEducation
"But we did spend time with a couple of vendors. Just we wanted to talk to them to see what was up really cool to to check out. We've talked with this before a little bit. Robotics is definitely a big thing down there this year. And we were we were at the kinder- lab booth, which was a little a robot that scans blocks, which is really neat. One of the things. I love about that is is this. I love the idea of robotics where you don't need kids to be able to read and they also don't need devices. I think these are two things that are super super important, and this device met all of those needs pretty well, Deb. And then the design was very interesting very different than anything I've ever seen. I've been they were actually physical. Woodblock was locked set had some kind of scandal codes on them out. You could go ahead and program the the routine of the robots. Yeah. Within in the entire thing. And then the kids basically discover more and more types of formulas, you know, the coating types of things really awesome. And I'll tell you like two thousand nineteen is the year of Kedah three robotics for sure there's going to be a lot of cool stuff coming out. And I mean, these robots are going to be amazing, and I use the word over to window, which is generally political phrase. But I love that we're shifting everything to the left a little bit in terms of age range. So that you know when kids are doing robotics earlier music and do more advanced robotics later has not. And so like the high school robotics teachers have a vested interest in Kedah three robotics being great. So that they can do more advanced more intr-. Acting things later on in in their in their teaching. This is going to be a big year for that. And and this stuff was really really really cool. The other thing that we saw the expo hall that that was firing us up was all of the amazing things that near pod is doing. And so we went and checked out there virtual reality tours. Yeah. He's sickly. They've even included things. I mean, not just your typical types of virtual reality. You're able to show students all kinds of locations under a thousand locations around the globe..
"kedah" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"So I need to go after her. This is a huge mistake for Kedah. This is bad bad bad news for Kato. Yeah. And I think that Dino was just upset in the moment. And I think that it's something that is you can work around it, and you can get over it. It doesn't seem like this irreparable relationship that then okay absolutely has to target DNA because of what happened on the wall. So it just seems like you said he just fix eights on something. And then that's what he's going to go with sort of regardless of any other new information. Yes, we did get some I thought very encouraging stuff from Ryan. I was thinking about how Ryan has plenty of information that he can use to keep himself safe this week. But I wasn't sure if he was gonna use it because. We saw last week. They were these guys were terrible at using their information. I think we are seeing that despite the fact that Ryan is not exactly the, you know, the sharpest guy in that house. He wasn't exactly the brains of the operation between himself and Jonathan. I think he might actually have better game instincts than Jonathan and might actually be a better overall player when it comes down to it because he without Jonathan's influence immediately goes to Kato after the wage and says, look, I understand probably gonna put me up. I get it. I just let me just say I have nobody anymore. Dial Jonathan's gone now. And look I had I had an alliance with these women me, and Jonathan and the women we were will align together, we are supposed to work together. But I guess they went and made Lyons with somebody else probably like the whole house because they just betrayed us. And now, I've got nobody. And if you keep me off the block, then I promise you, I will work hard, and I will win every competition or I will try to win every competition. And I will keep you safe L try to protect you. I'll be loyalty because I have nobody else. And that's about as good a pitches, you can make especially when it comes from somebody who is as genuine seeming as Ryan considering that you don't really think that he has it in him to bloody. Yes. So I think they're Ryan super interesting to me because I had been I make fun of him only having a couple brain cells. I see him with those cue cards. But I think that this just goes to the argument of the different types of intelligence, and he does seem to have a really natural emotional intelligence. And I think that he is somebody who is so genuine that he either he can't. Lie. I mean, we saw him with the Rio scandal at ended up coming out anyway. So I think I think he can't live. That's why it was a skin. I'm sure plenty of other athletes have lied similarly or but just not such a terrible way. You're right like and getting gone cut. Yeah. So so as long as he's being honest, it'd being genuine and using his emotional intelligence in that sort of way, I think that that is such a great look great move for him. I mean, he did what I think a lot of us would say you need to do in that situation, and he figured out to do that on his own. Also, I will say from the episode the thing where he looked in the mirror and saw Natalie entail Margie their little handshake thing..
"kedah" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"kedah" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"The UA in particular that the United States is with them and is going to look out for their interests in the region. It's quite interesting though, because everybody else in the region, and in the wider international community recognized that Iran worked with the United States in two thousand one for example after September eleventh to go after the Taliban and I'll Kedah in Afghanistan. They had. Shared interests in Iraq. And it was Iran that did intervene both in Iraq. And then and also in Syria to fight against ISIS and Iran does indeed also have its own internal Sunni jihadi problem inside the country. So this is actually an area where you can also rally nationalist sentiment and security concerns inside Iran as well. So it is indeed counter intuitive. But it does work to lobby regional allies to support the United States and work in tandem together. Bill, you would just to vote the Arab NATO the Middle East to teach alliance on the it's very interesting that general Anthony Zinni who was tusked with resolving the conflict in in Qatar in bringing these people together quit yesterday. I mean is that timing significant was he kept in the loop. I think that the line is that this has nothing to do with the current situation. But clearly, it does have a great deal to do with it. And in fact, he has not been kept in the loop like many of Donald Trump's people, they simply find out about a once Donald Trump tweets, and then they have to be reactive, and I think just as with General Mattis, they see Zinni has thrown up his hands, and, you know, this man's general as well and said, I can't work with this anymore. This is just not the way that American pursue policy in the Middle East. I don't know what's where this president is going next on any any given issue. I was tasked with a very difficult job. And he's just throwing a hand grenade into into the tent. And and I think he said, you know, enough is enough where does that leave America where does that leave the region while when the most powerful player militarily in the region is behaving in the win which America is behaving. It causes huge distrusting huge anxiety and huge uncertainty. At a very dangerous time. So what happens next we just wait and see pump is going to both Bahrain and the U A on this tour on I'm at the end of last year, both of those countries reopened their embassies in Syria after a seven-year closure is that a major policy shift of of. They said why they've done that. While this is the slow and gradual rehabilitation of Arab Gulf relations and soon to be the wider Middle East with Bashar Al Assad. So these were first steps that we're taken and is countries, although they are working in tandem with the United States. I think I'm are demonstrating that they have to have a bit more agency in building these relationships in. It's better that they take the steps and they develop the relationship I on narrow terms rather than be the last ones rolling in the UAE in particular that has its own vision of for the region that is. Secular in terms of government. And I in contrast to some other countries in the region wants to be at the forefront of a building its relationship with Assad perhaps getting involved in security, and stabilize stabilization and also infrastructure and rebuilding of of Syria's. Well, and so this would position the UA as one of the principal players in the region from a security perspective. But also as a huge investor in Syria as well going forward. Bill lot the speech that pump is due to given Kyra. According to politico seems to be about rolling back everything that a bomb said and did in the Middle East is this about Middle East policy at all. Or is it just another example of a personal grudge against his predecessor?.
"kedah" Discussed on Forever35
"And so I think I like putting things together. You know? I like starting things I like figuring out the puzzle. I like making things happen. Have you ever? We actually recently heard from a listener on one of our Minneapolis odes who's asking about imposter syndrome, and I'm wondering if you had any times felt felt that in Saint like, I'm a lawyer. And now, I'm a gardener, a master gardener. And now, I'm, you know, now, I'm baking were there ever times where you doubted yourself or felt like others might be doubting you, and how did you kind of? Reckon with that. And keep moving forward confidently. All the time. I would I wake up in the morning, and even now I wake up and think, you know, what am I doing? And certainly when I was putting together the nonprofit near you know, I would just like every day. Jake will would we have to do. I haven't good instinct to just take one step at a time. I talk to people I think one key is to just find experts and talked to lots and lots of people and learn what you don't know hire people to do the things you not very good at. I also am a person that I think it's a blessing, but I have tremendous grit. I hold onto matter. What? And I think writ is a great thing to have is that something you can learn or is that something that you think you were born with. A little bit of each. I think I was certainly born with it. And I think he can learn it. I mean, there's this woman. She does great Ted talk about grit, and I can't can't remember her name, but she is trying to convince schools to teach grit to kids in the school. She believes that grit is even more important than intelligence, and it probably is. So I do think that it's something. That's I think the way learn it is that you is a lot of positive feedback. When you're hold on to something when you to get through those negative moments when you get through the self doubt. And you get to the other side of it, even though others self-doubt. Now, the hard moments come up in. It's also come up down the road. But there's the sense of like finishing the big race. Or, you know, having made it to the other side that you are really proud of yourself for hanging in there. And I think grit builds upon grit. You just it's a learned muscle. And so often, I know myself, I stop before I even do the hard work because I'm so afraid of failing embarrassing myself. I convinced myself, it's a stupid idea. I mean, you have to you seem like you're really able to move past that every time. Every time, but I can't can past it. And you know, one of the things I do is have this entity project Colt had to do that in Kedah interview juden, and I love this project because I talked to so many people who are doing amazing things. And you know, I'm just endlessly fascinated and always have been a head of people. Do what they do. Why do people work what is work about? What's worked supposed to feel like and often people do things again, REU serendipity? I have a great story of somebody that I'll tell you a minute. But, but they also there are so many amazing things that happen in this world because people hang in there, and they hang into their doubts in a hanging through the horrid things. And sort and everything's created one of the great stories. One of the people I interviewed was a person who had a very abusive childhood, and she was unfortunately in a very abusive relationship, and they were having a huge fight in core. And her boyfriend at the time, kicked her out of the car to the curb, and there she was lying on the curb, and she sort of looked out and she was in front of kickboxing studio. And she thought will I can either, you know, go kill myself. I could go back to the life that I that's clearly not working or I can go into the studio and kickboxing question never taken kick boxing class. But she happened to land in front of a kickboxing studio. And she is now an extraordinary kickboxer..
"kedah" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Yeah. Couple of weeks went by. Real quiet. And then there were like, I don't know. He really changed his mind. I was just. Yeah. Really sick of. America by then. So I just moved back to Canada. And that's why I thought I was going to live and die. But I was coming over sporadically to do the podcast with Frankie. And a little lady was listening. So. Yeah. Fell in love with her where the kid move back here. I sort of interesting I've read review by cops said the same thing about me when I did shows about falling in love and having kids that certain people in review some audience thing. Oh, if a comedian settles down, and he's happy and has children. They kind of lose the Ed which I think apathy, no, man. No. Well, yeah. Tried to just it's just the way I'm wired up. It wouldn't matter. What was happening in my life. It's just like I've just got a dark sense of humor. So. Yeah, that's what I have said this before. But let people when I was going to have a kid I used to ten years ago, lots of his jokes about paedophiles and paedophilia and parents. When you have kids out, and he won't do those jokes. And we went find those funny anymore. And I thought it was ridiculous to the right because now I've got Kedah realized paedophilia really bad it. I. Realize before? What other people's kids who has? Stole. No, it doesn't change. It's clearly changed you in like personal ways. I think you know, you you look healthy. And you see happier. And that's. I love your. Say of posts on Facebook. And you you know, is any father is your loving coming to bit lighter as we both have. It's it's an amazing experience. Are you glad 'cause I'm this about people who have kids early people have kids like you? Glad you've left it relatively light. Oh, yeah. I would've been a horrible father in my twenties and thirties would've been like, what are you? What are you for dinner? Cake. Cake. You should drive..
"kedah" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Yeah trade your derek and by kedah kit was off the board for us so we have basically you need to pick a horse here do you want to try because i'm i've at least in the lead on derek you can tie me if you want if you want to buy right now there's no real life me to win unless you decide to trade off of paris which i don't think he will because you're already gonna win with dare it or at least win with you yeah you're either gonna win or ties so really i'm in a bad position and i'm just going to blame you guys for making i can't if i just had my will stock you know it was the same either way i it wasn't the same i'm just going to say that the stock is turned into your taylor says most just up just by just by derek stock with me and then we'll be joint winners and we'll laugh at taryn when he lose actually no that's actually a good point because then it really just takes away from attaran win if iraq ends up winning the game which she has done with me and kayla so i'm yeah i'm going to buy a derek stock which brings me this three derricks right so i mean just trying to help you out here but i think you should trade away one of your kayla stocks since it's basically worthless since it's not going to let you have that and you should trade one of your parrot trade one of your careless stocks for paris stock because then you'll have to with me and i don't have any stocks to trade because i'm blocked out so make sense or not unless you're going to now trade harris to derek and then you're trying to trick me.
"kedah" Discussed on KFC Radio
"Right and the next thing if you just like looking at me and i like this to kedah swallowed my earing and the very fair i was like oh my going to grandma's gonna kill she gave me he's like pearl ears confirmation like shit and he was like don't one i going to talk to you like a few days he has to meet tonight and was like hail is i have your ear you if you want it like i'll give a tease this weekend i'm super excited like i hope you and i don't know if i'm just like absolutely like a vision for this guy when she does he he's not good sex in this mother fucking just swollen my earring like and he he's sexy and he like literally snapped seventy and slid into the twitter the ends but he won't reveal oh now but i don't wanna hook up the guy who doesn't know what he's doing clearly so liba she's missing the mayor totally missing like this guy just pumped out your eerie he's been sifting through his for days you know what to do and hearing the come out what i've seen muddy ducks i know that when they have the dog what's the dog eat the mighty ducks then they gotta give you got to follow him hash out i forget what he ate but he ate something yeah and like but like a human being i have no idea what my digestive tract like i don't know how long it takes it i know what you know what came out on tuesday could be like i don't know like last thursday.
"kedah" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Kedah to visit two companies to businesses that make something that make products that are very unusual and beautiful and both of these companies and the products they make are definitely doing their part to keep california grain this is hilarious said specially made dasa because people four we'd was everywhere humble county iras we'd and a glass factory on wonder what they make up their 43 well yeah you couldn't see there is a in the eu's in the town centre and there was a statue of tommy chung by this right now you call it a sick shooter is his half a car this all right so that's you'll kicking off his uh set set in the table let's let's let's take a look at his interview with the owners my favorite part is when he does his uh interviews on the fly yeah i love the folks that involved with these companies out early perplexed here we go wow here we are it doesn't get any more basic the mayor has a big banner recycled bottles and glassware from the good citizens of our kedah i'm standing here with john mercure who is the president ceo and pardon the pun chief bottle washer here at the name of your company piran light fire and light which was established here in our kedah back in the late 95 1995 and you make an absolutely spectacular product we're going to find out what they make in just a minute but john let's start with the basics recycled old bottles from arcade that's right we make nine different colors in seven of our nine we use over ninety percent recycled glass okay so the daily is i like when he doesn't like when it gets off his own mike is he doesn't have the budget to love the guy or have him high of its own.
"kedah" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com Â» Podcast
"Mmm and to just how the confidence that would happen i think if you can't do that and you know that may be a kind of that might be a some next level projectbased learning but if if if you can't like approximate that in some way the maker space in the maker carts probably gonna just kinda got in your way yeah a lot of the times the place where that stuff i think really shines is in the low stakes after school programs at art that aren't um graded and that aren't top part of the overall learning you know i i my daughter school is really struggling with a she goes to a you know kedah five and all the kids are into slime as i'm sure you're yeah and you know their teaching themselves to be lab tax they don't have any theory at all which is pretty funny i had this like ongoing debate with my daughter because she really some of it is status face she wants to bring this launch made it is it's crazy i can't believe there like you don't they can break writ break way into some new slime it's it is gas it's fascinating and she she's convinced cns this yet in my kids my daughter the other day economics lime and i'm like no moms not home you're not making slime again apart hit like we're now like bulk buying you know shaving cream and and white clue and and bore acts on youtube and getting huge boxes of it she just sits in the backyard all day doing it at like hostage thing is she is convinced that the youtubers that she watches improvised their recipes oh and unlike beat you know like summit like this thing where you need you all of a sudden unique contact lens solution because of some chemical property at has i don't even know what is this cost city or something that uh to make a certain kind of slime they had a parameter right they were like i need a highly viscous substance that alkaline and they went searched for bat found the cheapest one of those that you could find in a pharmacy and and may that there go to ingredient like you know and and the.
"kedah" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"To the mechanical dance drumbeat yet jimmy was the power bound fast found pounds ashram fouts to bow out like that to me was like that's lights go out stolac stripper could dance to this song you know and it's not it's not heavy metal the way that the world perceives that like i love this record like i love war johnson war it's a diverse record like not comparing us these band so twitter haters give yourself it's like what would what you too would do or guns n' roses would you and user loses or the peel zeppelin or any of those bans that would change their style there is judicious and tucson's later there is way to my world there two separate genres of music but we do them both very well and like that and there it's a jumper f o o all of it is of it's a jumper if at all over it and it goes has got a nice sing along dense the everett frank exactly i was gonna say that's it chanting river i see all the world if kedah no of we or the whole entire world dicey got hold all going down that way it's one of my favorites of the whole recommend way i love that emi to of that side of the head i even posted a cup of that on his ram month school years whatever was and people that what is that sosas was will his to me like you said i see this record as hysteria and eighty seven definitely.