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"khaw" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

05:51 min | 10 months ago

"khaw" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

"They usually do because he's beautiful. Kinda buys everyone's friendship rah. And i say like nobody likes philip but right because he's not like a bad person but he you know there is kind of that sad feeling that he might not even be there if he hadn't paid for the whole thing right and and he and falls have this who attention that ends up. Getting really a because. It's almost like nadia and philip should have been together like you know what i mean. They think that's like the unspoken thing is like and they did have a small relationship but it's like they're the golden couple. It just felt like none of them were in the right place in their lives in their relationship. They kept things bottled up that they needed to to face and this book does not give it to you. One of the things that i that's difficult but i also appreciate about this story. Is that very easily. The point of this whole story could be. Hey let's get everything out in the open. Let's settle everything that's all you either get along or go on our different ways and really none of that happens. No and i love that because that's life. Sometimes things do work itself out and people can mend their relationships but sometimes it just continues to be weird and awkward. I your life And i see that a lot with family and these guys are like family a little bit more than their lake. Bff right there are tribe. So there's something else that i wanted to talk about and we could have talked about it before the show but i decided to go ahead and do it in in the middle of it yeah And that is the the character of cat When i first started the story I wasn't really underst- first of all i wasn't really understanding the the reference to you know win. Whenever whenever cat's name was said it was just like a single line almost like it was a disembodied voice. Saying it which i think was intentional. But second i really couldn't peg who kept was To the point where. I thought that might be male and i was thinking. Oh well that's kinda cool you know this that and the other and then you know more stuff happens. I really started to think of cat as you know. Sh she her basically. And that's why. I continue to use these pronouns. But i actually wanted to talk to you and open this up. I don't know of cat was gendered in this book. i don't remember cat specifically being gendered there's reference to capping bisexual. Yes so so. I took this in. My mind is as cat as probably she but again. Because there's some of like a. I think honestly it's some of the way that cat interacts with nadia. That fell felt like a female tension. That actually brings me to my to my second to my separate part of this conversation. I thought it was sad. that the two of them ended up falling into that that assist systematic. Now no no of being at each other. No i disagree with i. I know exactly where you're going. And i have to honestly say i really strongly disagree with that. I don't first of all cat..

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"khaw" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

02:48 min | 10 months ago

"khaw" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

"But let me tell you in case you're unfamiliar. What this story is about in a nutshell. This is haunted house tale now it said in japan and it's filled with characters that are from malaysia which is a melting pot and leave and comment on that. And so we get this really beautiful diversed cast of characters and different backgrounds and even some bisexuality representation which is really cool. What really will attract you to. This book is first of all the gorgeous gorgeous cover art. It's really stunning and gross. Then let's talk about what's blurb d- so i. While the tagline for the book is the bride gets lonely down there in the dirt Brutally delicious caused a master of teasing your senses and then terrorizing them. You know who said that cage jemison. Oh my goodness no. Big deal to send jameson. Bestselling author the fifth season. How about this. It's got a smile so wicked. You might just have to grin along with it. I know i did stephen graham jones. Oh my goodness the only good indians author among other things but we did review that on the show. Just jameson. Fifth season to kingfisher authored. The twister ones delicate and disgusting. Each paid holds an image. Were finally drawn and disturbing than the last you see words. I mean brutally delicious loses dread folklore fans. I mean what you need to know is a group of old friends who get together for a little bit of a kind of a last hurrah after the Kind of scattered to the winds for various reasons and the two of them are getting married and so they're gathered at this ancient mansion in japan. That is supposed to be haunted because just like us. They love spooky things and go stories and well. What do you think happens so you go to a haunted house and you are haunted person. Visit sure think they like haunted things and spooky. But it's always been a good time in the past. Yeah it's scary time One of the okay. I guess i'll let you know what i'm just going to jump into it. This was an absolute obsession for me. session i was looking forward to this book and it did not disappoint me. In fact it exceeded my expectations. I think it was beautiful and poetic. The pros is absolutely luscious lushes. It is like poaching it reads more like poetry than than like. Just like a point and click. Go story part of the poignancy that i love about. This is that it's not set in a location..

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"khaw" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

04:56 min | 10 months ago

"khaw" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

"Weirdo book worms unite. Do your reading tastes range from dystopia scifi to middle grade fantasy dark psychological thrillers to gory body horror from why a paranormal swords and sorcery. Extraterrestrials murder beyond. Then we want to share our love of reading with you. Welcome home he. John junkies happy halloween. Halloween santan scott here at the best time of the year with a horror. Novella for you. yeah But make no mistake novella in length but not novella in content. Yeah it's depth. it's packed. I'm so excited to talk to you. All about one of my most anticipated reads of the year. And that is cassandra. 'cause nothing blackened teeth so before we get into that first of all it's also on this books birthday today. Happy birthday book. go get it you know. The first half of our show is always spoiler free. And then we'll talk about spoilers in the second half so you know. Don't don't freak if you haven't read it yet when going to spoil it for you until the second half Maybe you knew. Maybe you're joining us. We've been around for a long time but you never know. I find new podcasts. All the time they're like we're not we'd been around for like seven years and i'm like kuku kuku cruel cruel call cuckoo cool so i can tell you something exciting. I've been enjoying what in in this high holy month will first of all we've been doing weekly shows over at the cult show. So that's that's quite a bit of heavy lifting but we're getting through it and it is a lot of fun than we've gone some adventures and done some silly trick entreat sort of things and then for spooky slumber party. We reviewed the new candyman film and scott actually watched that too. I did i was. I have never seen the first candyman right right. It was my introduction to the series and and I was pleasantly surprised. I greatly enjoyed it. It's it's got a lot of depth scott poignancy. I think it's something a lot of john. Junkies fans would dig. And i mean the first ones of course absolutely brilliant and this is truly not a a remake. It's it's a successor. It's i wouldn't say two sequel to successor continuation of the story directed and partially written by the amazing nia..

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"khaw" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

03:44 min | 11 months ago

"khaw" Discussed on The Big Picture

"And when what should we put our heart into i mean think about the next five years of the podcast. What are we doing house of gucci. That's coming out in the month and we're going to talk about it again. I will continue talking about it. At least two oscars come on. Ben affleck's you know forty fifth career. Transformation why is bed affleck not in the last duel trailer. I know why because he is a small character in the film. But do you understand how to market movies. You do not just put the photos from the venice film festival in the last duel trailer. Jesus christ how hard is this. I don't know that's happening glass duel. That's coming out soon. i now. It's really scott season. i'm open to it. Feels like it's being buried a little bit from being i mean. I don't really think that it's going to be a hugely transformative experience. But whatever just put put ben affleck in the trailer. Let us have our movie stars. We have like five movie stars left. I think from a purely on paper perspective. That movie has more going forward than any movie. I can think of in the last couple years. Affleck damon cole road. Along with nicole khaw center right whom we love directed by ridley scott and jodi comber who now after free guy is a movie star so on paper now after free is star. It's true though. I mean. I decided about movies and now i just have to walk into the ocean. Well it'll be a very different performance at a performance and let me just say jodi comber is not the problem free guy. I thought she was great in it. Just like i thought she was great and killing eve. So there's weirdly a lot to look forward to their. We'll see what happens. I found more things to be excited about. Okay tap into if we ever see it. Sure we're gonna be dead comes out. I know related mission impossible movies. Have you been following just now. Paparazzi a tabloid staple in the uk. Is tom cruise. Parachuted into someone's backyard. And because they're filming mission impossible and every week he's surprising some hikers because he's finishing the stein or you'd like to use like some random british person's backyard for a helipad like every week. My guy is just out there doing his own stunts and glad handing the british people. He's he's trying to win something totally. No it's going to be just the heart of nostalgia probably what he's after but we shall see. Let's let's talk just a little bit. More about transformations chastain transforms entirely into You mentioned incredible makeup work. This film will be nominated for best makeup and hairstyling because of the work that is done on her that it seems like it was a huge investment of time for chastain since look like a lot of time in the chair to get that look going. She does transform. I would say physically in a meaningful way into that character kind of regardless of what you think about the movie. It's really impressive. And over time in the context of the movie because as you said it unnecessarily starts when she's like five years old yes and then he doesn't play the break. I mean it shows her like nineteen being like. Yeah jesus or whatever and credible i thought you know considering. She's like in her mid thirty s. I thought she pulled off. I've only lived. She looked great. And then all the way through tammy faye bakker's at just like embrace of permanent eyeliner and lip liner and an and permanent eyebrows. I believe as well truly truly a you know. I don't want to be mean spirited but quite a freakish look that she had by the end of her life actor. Transformations are tried and true.

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"khaw" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"khaw" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"Team's fortunes declined from then on as playing success and gate revenue was declining in fact the This is this is actually a little bit funny though because most of these success And what they made. The most of the money that that organization was making was from the browns own tenants at sportsman's park in the in the national league cardinals who became the perennial national league contenders in the twenties. Due to organizational moves are innovations bhai team president branch rickey a former major league manager player and manager for the browns through world war. Two the browns won only one pennant in the nineteen forty four seasons stocked with wartime replacement players and a loss to the cardinals and they would end up in that nineteen forty four seasons him in the third and last world series ever played in tirelessly in one ballpark. They they made it. They did make it. They're all the way to the benefit but they ended up losing unfortunately to the carl to the cardinals until obviously that was the only one only played in one stadium until the twenty twenty world series. Obviously that one though was due to a pandemic not the teams playing in the same stadium in nineteen hundred three. The browns unable to even afford basic stadium upkeep facing potential condemnation of the league by safety inspectors owner bill vex sold the sportsman's park to the cardinals and attempted to have the club moved back to milwaukee but this was vetoed by other american league owners instead. Vex sodas franchise to a partnership of baltimore businessmen because vac was unpopular with fellow. American league owners. His leaving baseball was a condition for the nfl owners to approve the move and i tend to agree with him. But we all know why in the baltimore but then they become the baltimore orioles from nineteen fifty four until the present the miles. Krieger and khaw burner or the gunther brewing company group. Renamed the new team to the baltimore orioles. Soon after taking control the franchise. The nickname has various history in baltimore. If you don't know having been used by a national league club since the nineteen eighties an american league club in nineteen o one in nineteen o two and in international league aaa club from nineteen o three to nineteen fifty three. The i l. orioles most famous player was a local baltimore product. A hard hitting left handed pitcher named babe ruth and when oriole park burned down in nineteen forty four the d. Move to the temporary home municipal stadium where they won the junior world series. Their large postseason crowds caught the attention of major league events eventually leading to a new. Mlb franchise in baltimore in the first few years in baltimore. The new orioles took about six years to actually become competitive even after jettison. Some of the most holdover most of the from saint louis under the guidance of paul richards who served as a both on field and general manager from nineteen fifty five through one thousand nine hundred eight the first man since john mcgraw told boat a position simultaneously actually. The orioles began a slow climb respectively. Where while they posted a five hundred record only once in their first five years whether they were seventy six and seventy six in nineteen fifty seven. They were a success at the gate in their first season for instance and they drew more than one point. Six million fans more than five times what they had ever drawn in their ten years in milwaukee and saint louis this came amid a slight turnover in up amid slight turnover in the ownership group and miles served as the team. President for two years then stepped down in favor of developer. James keeley intern. Keeley gave away in one thousand nine hundred sixty to find financing. Joe igwe heart by the nineteen sixties such stars as brooks robinson. John powell and dave mcnally were being developed by a strong farm system. The orioles i made themselves heard in nineteen sixty when they've finished eighty nine hundred sixty five which was good enough for second place in the american league while they were still eight games behind the yankees it was the first time they had been a factor independent race that late in the season since one thousand nine forty four. It was also the first season of a twenty six year stretch where the team would would have only two losing seasons. Shortstop ron hansen was named al rookie of the year. And i your pitcher chuck estrada tied the league for wins and with eighteen finishing second to hansen in rookie of the year balloting after the nineteen sixty five season burger acquired controlling interest in the orioles from ibar and installed himself as president. He been serving as a silent partner over the past decade despite being the largest shareholder frank cash advertise advertising chief of hof rigs brewing brewery. Excuse me became the executive vice president and then you reached the glory years nine hundred and sixty six thousand nine hundred eighty three. The oriole farm system had begun to produce a number of equality prospects of players and coaches who formed the core of these winning teams from nineteen sixty six to eighty three where the orioles one three world series titles in nineteen sixty six seventy and eighty three the six minutes that we already talked about and five of the first six american league east titles. They played baseball. The oriole way an organizational to ethic best described by long foreign hand and coach. Cal ripken seniors phrase. The quote perfect practice makes perfect. The oreo way was a belief that work hard professionalism and he strong understanding of the fundamentals were very were the most important and the biggest keys to success at a major league level. It was based on this belief that if every coach at every level top game the same way the organization could produce replacement parts. That could be substituted seamlessly into the big league club with little or no adjustment. This let off a run of success for nineteen sixty six until eighty three which saw the orioles become the envy of the league and the winningest team in baseball. During the stretch three different orioles were named most valuable player. Frank robinson in nineteen sixty six boop bowel and seventy. Carl ripken junior in nineteen eighty and then karaoke can finally in nineteen eighty three and four orioles pitchers combined for six cy young awards. Mike schuler in nineteen sixty nine. Jim palmer in nineteen.

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"khaw" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"khaw" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Could they do what can they. They can't do shit terms of they can't change the system or they can't say no the casino that that they say. No that that's the problem. I mean we all know what happens to people who disagree with you know at these large-scale organizations like i mean you've got people with a lot more balls than And all of that that have had the country's blown up taking over blah blah blah. I was literally just going to ask you. Do you think that it's more risky. From a nation state vantage point To be the heads of country that tries to get off the dollar or to be somebody who not just a theory but just one of these things that the government decides. Hey we're going to try to leverage this far benefit and you don't want to do it I still think it's worse to be the nation state head. Probably yet probably. It's probably more dangerous to be the nation state head but yet but here's the thing like you mentioned before the ever thought Elizabeth holmes was really highly intelligent. And i mean to guarantee was yet. They're not exactly So i actually think Vitale is on is not so smart. I think he's highly naive. I think he's He's like he's smarter than all non a really. 'cause i mean 'cause 'cause i understand how calm it i understand what he talks about and he just talks in fucking circles like that's the thing he actually doesn't make sense. What okay. so here's an interesting question We may disagree on this. What do you disagree with him on. Or what do you think. He's wrong is first principles so like was emmy so that the first principles he doesn't take a first principles approach to building things. Okay so like you know. As an example He is still of the opinion that And from the beginning like he. He got sort of laughed at when he's suggestions about bitcoin. You know we should do smart. Contracts on the base layer blah blah. So he he's a bit of a. He's a naive kid. Who thinks that bitcoin and money's just some sort of toys that we can play with And because he couldn't get his way in bitcoin because always additions was stupid. He went off and built his own toy And because he's intelligent enough to sound intelligent and because he looks the pot You know a lot of people buy into the kool-aid idea like the sort of take the kool aid in all you know. He's the boy. Genius blah blah. You ask someone to explain what metallics actually talking about an podcast. I don't know but it sounds smart So i'll listen to him so so so it's like people don't actually know what the fuck is talking about half the time and when you actually listened to the things he says like khaw the things are contradictory like half of his state mcneil example thing about proof of work like he thinks. Proof of work is inefficient. Proof of work is the most efficient mechanism full Do anything in life. I mean if you're an artist what are you doing provoke. If you go to the gym what are you doing proof of work. Proof of what permeates all of existence proof of stake is a human created aberration in which a group of people want to have an advantage over another group of people like that's a first principles approach to proof of work. Where's he's trying to take some high level obstructed view of. Let's tweaks variables up the top here and we can create a Game theoretically sound system. That doesn't matter like what is missing is the actual first principles of y proof of work actually functions so to me..

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"khaw" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"khaw" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Be getting all that information out. But that is the plan that january fourteenth first thursday card our space city pick six will no longer have that jackpot payout option you have. Have you determined what you're going to do this is. That's great news frank. It have you determined what the denomination is gonna be. You're gonna do fifty dollar two dollars. We will go with a fifty cent minimum interesting. Have seventy five minor pool and a twenty five percent major pool so that that is the plan. you know. We're looking for two million. How how that is responded to by the by the betting public Interesting and you know in time with our pick five you know. We hope that we see some success in the new format of the pick six. That's great That's interesting too. Because as opposed to the twenty cent fifty cent is you know is is bigger than the twenty and so a seventy five percent Pay out and consoles Five of six twenty five percent of the pool and if there is a carry over what what percentage of the pool would carry over If nobody gets it would be seventy five percent. Okay okay so twenty. Five percent i got. It would go to the console The that day and seventy five into the next day this about i just minutes ago with andy serwer. We were just talking nyerere's tinkering as well and they're they're doing a daily force Out essentially in january and it does feel like the worm is turning away from the jackpot concept. So we'll we'll we'll promote this plenty Will play in. Fact nick tamra will be on with us regularly. Nick does the of course does the morning line for sam houston and I i gotta sense. We're going to be playing plenty. That's great yeah. I know nick. I nick excited about the upcoming season as well. And i know you guys do a great job talking From sam houston for us. I certainly appreciate that as well. Well a and looking at the fields and you know the first couple of cards that are up and available and friday night opening night. Saturday forcing out That that pot and then starting fresh next thursday terrific Frank safe Meat for everybody and the best the lock anything. You need communicated. Don't don't hesitate the lettuce. No i certainly appreciate it sir. You have a happy wonder- wonderful new year as well and stay safe as well. Frank khaw everybody who is racing director of course that s. hrp chris griffin. I'm sure we'll get to hear from chris quite a bit during the the meat as well and they start Friday and the thoroughbreds run until the first saturday in april. And of course that'll be wood memorial day and santa anita derby day and bluegrass day and hopefully They can they can get some people through the turnstiles at some point as well. But in the meantime.

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"khaw" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"khaw" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

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"khaw" Discussed on THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST

THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"khaw" Discussed on THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST

"It's working so important and I just like was be- besides myself and so immediately what I did was I ran to the front door unlocked. I came into my room. I blow my candles. I plugged my oil diffuser. I was looking for my chemo bag. I thought I still had for some reason like a bag. Packed to go to chemo to hustled to get My ideas done my chemo done and I forgot like I'm not anymore. I don't have chemo anymore. The more I don't have a hospital bag packed on the ready. My will is not around. I freaked out and I'm in pain and I'm sweating. And then I felt my vertigo coming on because has that triggered by stress. I was freaking out you guys. My stomach hurts so bad finally about twenty minutes. It seemed like an hour but I think I think it was. Maybe like twenty minutes I was able to take a shower. And just call myself and I put my oil back on and I had had already like typed up a message put it and note so I could copy and paste to everybody so they knew where to find me and I just. That's what happens when you have. PTSD so I had a panic attack because in my mind I like freaked myself out or I was just exhausted or it was stressed out or just everything in general because it's it's been really stressful last couple of weeks. Because I was told I needed. Emergency Gallbladder surgery so like chemic- my life up So that's what happened with my panic attack over the weekend now going back to being sick when I was stuck in bed I immediately think I like like my in my mind. I'm back in Vegas back in my room. I'm hoping I'm not GonNa die when I close my eyes hoping I'm not going to do not say goodbye to my friends and you know all these like really dark thought I was. I started getting really depressed when when I went grocery shopping. I started getting my chemo foods. Like when I was going through Chemo I would always have certain foods and they would always have to be ready. They would either have to be like ice cold old or something that I could heat up and have a less like an always have an ongoing shopping list for certain things that I needed to have a my chemo bag. I needed to have with me all the time and I started started buying these things and I'm like Shit. I can't even eat that because I need whole grains or need whole wheat and so I got like variance but in my mind because I was so sick. I thought aww that I was like going through Chemo again. And I was like super sack where I could just died at any given moment. And that's what happens when you have have. Ptsd it's not fun. But I'm just realizing now because I'm going to therapy which also also share a about about a minute I know I had. PTSD and trauma and experiencing things like this. And I have been but it hasn't been until until recently where I actually realize it's like an outer body experience like I realized what I'm doing is because I they have. PTSD like for example going into survival mode. Like I'm really really good at that. Because that's all I knew and I'm a very very organized and strategic person so when it comes to sending my own life you gotta be the same and it was crazy like I was time I remain. I'm like Oh my God. I was going to call nine one one. My two friends who are far Mar.. I like open the doors is somebody can find me. I like unplugged everything. Blow my candle. Light it with the house to like blow up with my cantillon and I started taking coming out like my emergency. Less contacts wanted to access them in my phone. I unlocked my phone. Like all these crazy things I used to have done all the time. I did literally within a matter of a minute less than sixty seconds when I had my panic attack last weekend. What triggered it probably being so sick and pushing myself in stress arrest and everything else and freaking myself out and getting in my own head about the Goddamn Pizza? My gallbladder it was just insane. I didn't know I was having a panic. Panic attack until later. I thought it was my gallbladder and I don't even know it was just the craziest situation and that was just a wake up. Call call like you need to slow the hell down like knock it off and get your shit together because you only have one life and I don't know how many times have had to tell myself this but that it was just a wakeup call so super bowl Sunday. I just relaxed like I didn't drink. I didn't have any super bowl food. I didn't watch the game game and I just need to like be calm and be by myself and go to the dispensary and get my cdl. Because I was out for like three days I just could not Find his second to get there. That's priority because that is my medicine so I went there and I know the girl scouts were selling cookies outside the dispensary. So so how genius are they so genius so going back to being sick two weeks ago getting this like bronchial flow on all of that and then getting you know trying to get out of the sickness having a panic attack. How a heal myself and how I come out of these situations whether it's Zaidi panic depression? PTSD that trauma. How I am now healing and how I get out out of this is by breathing and by doing things that are calming and soothing and relaxing now for me? What that means is is not journaling in the moment journaling after the fact but I need to have certain lighting? That keeps me calm. I literally just bought on Sunday. LAVENDER avenue lighting for my room and red light therapy for my office. So it helps like with inflammation and productivity in the LAVENDER's very calming and soothing. That's just should I need in my life right now. I've been wanting to do that so I finally just did that Sunday. I need certain candles. I need certain smells so during the day. When working I have my oil diffuser on I have Lemon Eucalyptus? At night. I have lavender Eucalyptus. These are just things at work for me. Very structured word and organized and for for somebody that's gone through like such sickness in such A. I mean honestly I would say like with anybody in in general like when you go through something hard in life like what's GonNa make you feel better so this is why I'm sharing this. These are the things that make me feel better like my favorite sense that. Keep me calm Tom. Cotton of Lake Help recenter me. You know I liked to put oils in the shower and I do like eucalyptus and pink salt up baths things like that. Meditation is a huge one for me and now a couple months ago I started really getting into breath work so this is why I mentioned this servier. So couple of my clients are actually certified. With pause breath work and pause breath work was created by Memphis Galley who also missile created hungry for happiness. which a lot of my clients are certified in and so I mean they put in so many hours of training? It's unbelievable over one hundred hundred hours to get certified to become a breath work facilitator so one of my older clients crystal had done a zoom video. The Ohio breath work session with me and it was amazing. I have to tell you if you need her info let me now. Her name is crystal Halverson and what breath work does and also I do use the whim. Hof method APP. And if you're not familiar with Wim Hof it's it's W. I am Khaw H. O. F. F.. Please go home and look him up because he will change your mindset about so much shit shit life. It's unbelievable between cold bass ice water. Cold showers breath work breathing. Like just he's fought fought disease by getting it injected into him by breathing and being in cold environments in a number of other things. He was actually just on the Google lab on Netflix. As well and I think I spoke about that for a second on last week show But if you haven't watched the group lab on Net flicks which is says Gwyneth Paltrow's company. You need to watch that. It's so good. I think there's only six episodes but is very very good and so I've been following him for a while. And and one of my business coaches Jessie at slur which have mentioned a bunch of times on the show. And he's going to be on this show very soon He actually went and stayed with Wim Hof for an entire week with a whole bunch of other guys and all they did was just like realign and recenter themselves do everything everything for their mind body and spirit basically and then when you do that it just enhances your business in life right. So I'm drawn to these people because they're in my bubble there in my circle so I'm learning how to breathe and learning what it does so for me because I have vertigo and that's triggered from a couple of things and I get that sometimes just when I'm stressed will I started getting. I started triggering at when I was breathing because with breath work. There's there's all kinds of ways that you can do it. There's all different ways that you can breathe. There's different names. There's different structures. You can hold your breath for a certain amount of time. That's what I'm doing on the Wim. Hof method APP and then when I was working with crystal and shoe showing me how to breathe and what techniques certain ones I mean you have so much oxygen flowing my brain started like tangling weirdest feeling and I'm like oh I don't know if I can do that. One that's specific breath because I feel like my Vertigos GonNa come on. This is how intense breath is and I just am still doing a lot more research and I still can only do certain ones. There's so many different techniques each excuse me and when I first started doing it I would say like last spring I started a a couple months Sadako. Spring is like honestly almost a year away now so it was a while ago and it didn't do anything for me like I wasn't getting it so you really really need somebody to like help in coach you through it pause birth work in the womb Hof method I feel like two different formulas formulas and techniques which I like because I like to try different things. So that's what just that's what I'm doing Never highly recommend you research. Those I can put the names in the show notes for you and something else than I'm doing for my ptsd trauma. Is Evan going. Em Dr Therapy. And if you're not familiar with that it stands for I movement desensitization and reprocessing. I can never do that. Word desensitization and reprocessing so basically. It's side decide I side to side eye movements or they do it with hand tapping now because I had vertigo. No I couldn't be rolling my eyes everywhere so I've always done it with a hand. Tapping therapist does by tapping my hands so that has helped a lot. What with PTSD and trauma to get this far? But I honestly just needed to take a little break because when you have to picture yourself at this this is what I chose C...

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"khaw" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

10:03 min | 3 years ago

"khaw" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Coming up sponsored by the word on wealth financial network AM eleven seventy the answer. nineteen fifty-six his father escaped from prison in hungary when he was facing life in jail for fighting against communism in the soviet invasion his mother escaped at the same time they fled to the u._k. he learned from an early age how to fight the war against fascist communists and nazis became a world expert in fighting terrorists wrote the book why we fight joined the trump team on the white house staff in twenty seventeen now twenty nineteen he takes this battle to a national radio platform this is america first with some best in gorka welcome to the new age well they went they did it just yesterday we had james o'keefe on america first right off the his organization project very tass released the undercover video with google executives and the mosques video with an inside at google in which they documented they provided the primary evidence of how google has become a political actor wishes to subvert the democratic process in our republic what did they do Yes, they took the video down. this is a report from the daily wire james barrett the new project veritas video that includes testimony from a whistle blower leaked internal documents and undercover footage of a google employee discussing how the company is working to prevent quote the next trump situation has been pulled by youtube a platform owned by google quote due to a privacy claim by third party this is the second project very tasks big tech expose video taken down by the platform in two weeks the video for those of you who didn't get a chance to watch it yesterday i i re posted it on my twitter feed it features clips of project veritas undercover reporters secretly recording a discussion with gen- genetic i head of google's quote risk responsible innovation team do you wanna know what they're innovating at google's responsible innovation team well allegedly that group monitors the responsible implementation of odd official intelligence technologies to what purpose to a political purpose in the video filmed in a restaurant in san francisco jen janai discusses the rationale behind how google uses a i in the video she says the reason we launched a._i. principles is because people were not putting that line in the sand that they would not saying what's fair and what's equitable so way like well we are a big company we're going to say it she adds the people who voted for the current president do not agree with our definition of fantas- If you didn't get to see the video since it was pulled. another clip shows jeonju nate discussing google's attempt to prevent quote another twenty sixteen she says elizabeth warren is saying we should break up google and like i love her but she's very misguided like that will not make better it will make it was because all the smaller companies who don't have the same resources that we do will be charged with preventing the next trump situation it's like a small company khandu do that geno what she's saying the she saying liz warren who wants to break up google because it's monopoly is wrong because only google can stop trump that's what she said this head of a._i. principles of the biggest information platform in the world world is saying only we can stop the american people from choosing to reelect donald trump this woman gentlemen goes on to say we all got screwed over in twenty sixteen again it wasn't just us it was the people got screwed over the news media got screwed of like everybody got screwed over so we're rapidly been like what happened then how do we prevent it from happening again we're also training the wit wit choice woods we're also training our algorithms i trained an algorithm if 2016 happened again would we have would the outcome be different she asks that's the video that youtube pulled by the end of the day citing third party privacy consents they were caught red handed and what do they do they don't care they double down on the censorship of information they pretend that they're unbiased platform but they want to censor an hide from you the fact that they are a political actor and they wished to subvert you'll election next year i want to hear from you tell me what you think with regards to the platform that all of us us right if if you're on youtube if you're on google then they can control that the numbers eight three three three three golca g. o. k. eight three three three three four six seven five two in other important news we have a new press secretary to the president stephanie grisham who has worked for the first lady since i begin since since i believe the beginning of the trump administration will be stepping into sarah huckabee saunders shoes we have iran basically announcing that any diplomatic revenue resolution to the con- situation in the middle east is now impossible i guess they're inviting i guess that makes them the provocateurs and in case we didn't know in case certain conservatives show hosts and commentators didn't realize that iran isn't belgium that iran isn't like other countries we have an explosive report outs from the u._k. and also the jerusalem post that iran iran smuggled khaw a ton of t. a. t. p. favorite terrorist explosives explosive smuggled hof a ton of it last year how do they do that they smuggle it to france to attack an iranian dissident gathering to kill iranian dissidents in europe but how did they ship it In a diplomatic bag. yes against all international laws to do with diplomacy and diplomatic community the regime of the mola's of the theocracy that is iran used the immune from search diplomatic courier bags to smuggle explosives to europe to kill dissidents because iran's just another country right maxine waters and that drone was in iranian space wasn't it and we shouldn't be spying on iran because who needs to survey a country that's smuggling terrorists explosives through the diplomatic pouch that would be just so cine such a cine thing to do wouldn't it maxine iran an international scourge that some on the right think is just another country.

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"khaw" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"khaw" Discussed on AP News

"Trump wants tighter control of migrants on the Mexico side of the border. President Trump's top economic advisor, Kevin has it says there are signs of progress in those talks, the president's top priority is resolving the crisis. I think a nice metric of how serious he is about making progress on that while continuing on the path around before, is that, you know, we're still working hard on US MCA that is the trade deal with Canada and Mexico. The government is reporting a week increase in job growth. Here's the AP's, Ben Thomas. The Labor Department says employers added seventy five thousand jobs in may a modest increase, well off this year's average monthly gain of one hundred sixty four thousand economists had assigned businesses may have become more cautious in the face of slowing global growth trade fights in the fading stimulus from tax cuts, and greater government SP. Pending. However, the unemployment rate remains at three point six percent, nearly fifty year low and wages rose three point one percent from a year ago. Ben Thomas Washington, former Minneapolis police officer, Mohammad nor was sentenced to twelve and a half years in prison for the shooting death of an unarmed woman who called nine one one newer spoken court seeing her there, I knew an instant that I was wrong. The death of Mayer has only increased from that moment, nor apologized, adjusting Damon's family for taking the life of a perfect person. Federal prosecutors have charged in New York City man with buying illegal guns, from an undercover agent is part of a plan terrorist attack on Times Square the board of trustees at the university of Alabama voted to give back a twenty six million dollar donation from philanthropist. Hugh Culverhouse who recently called on students to boycott the university over the new abortion ban in Alabama. It was the biggest donation ever to that school. This is AP radio news. This is the last day on the job as party leader for Britain's Prime Minister Theresa may steps down as lead in turmoil and a country in limbo. In Khaw out to the EU may will be remembered a, so they just in alone line of conservative is destroyed by the policies divisions over Europe. And as a prime minister who failed in her primary mission to leave the but history could also see how. As a leader who faced hard odds would stubborn determination before appeared as pm. They had set the six years as homesick, Trie, Hispano voters immigration. I'm Lauren order, soon to establish reputation, the solid competence Anak, the pushing flashier rivals, Charleston desma, the VR Chrysler is recalling nearly three hundred forty three thousand ram pickup trucks worldwide because the airbags may not inflate in a crash. The company doesn't know of any crashes or injuries and says, the problem is rare Ed Donahue, AP radio news. More news right after this. At farmers insurance. We know a roof can withstand alive. One exception being an airborne car seen it covered it click for more. Underwritten by farmers insurance exchange center. Affiliates products available in every state by the United States in the Persian Gulf region prompted a run to take a step back, according to one US commander. But as AP's Mike Rossier reports it was also noted that it's too early to conclude the threat is gonna top commander of American forces in the Middle East said Thursday, Iran has chosen to step back and recalculate after United States buildup of military assets in the region. General Frank MacKenzie spoke with reporters accompanying him to the Gulf, the USS. Abraham LINCOLN carrier strike group? For air force b fifty two bombers and additional batteries of army patriot. Air defense systems were rushed to the region after US intelligence picked up on a rainy in threats in the first days of may, the Kenzi added, he still has concerns about potential aggression by Iran might cross ya Washington. The current government crackdown in Sudan, has the attention of the United Nations health agency AP's, Charles de LA desma reports. It's concerned over reports of numerous deaths and injuries. The World Health Organization says it's gravely concerned over the targeting of patients, medical staff and facilities in sedan. Join a military crackdown on protesters, the killed over one hundred people this week. The group says security full season, making incursions into contacting hospitals, fulsome, shutdowns emergency and health services. WHO says ten clinics setup to treat injured protesters have been sits on fought and destroyed medical equipment looted on healthcare workers assaulted rapes, a female health locus of also being reported. I'm charlesetta this. AP radio news Donahue. The White House says the five percent tariff against Mexico will go into effect on Monday talks are going on.

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"khaw" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"khaw" Discussed on AP News

"Right. But Dr John, the New Orleans singer and pianist who blended musical styles with who do infuse stage persona and gravelly by you drawl has died in a statement released through his publicist. His family said Dr John who was born MAC revenue act died toward the break of day, Thursday of a heart attack. He hasn't been seen in public much since late twenty seventeen when he cancelled several concerts. Dr John had a top ten hit with right place. Wrong time and collaborated with numerous top tier stars. When multiple Grammy awards and was inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame. Dr John was Seventy-seven. AP radio news. I'm Ed Donahue. The White House says the five percent tariff against Mexico will go into effect on Monday talks are going on President Trump wants tighter control of migrants on the Mexico side of the border. President Trump's top economic advisor, Kevin has it says there are signs of progress in those talks, the president's top priority is resolving the border crisis. I think a nice metric of how serious he is about making progress on that, while continuing on the path, we run before, is that, you know, we're still working hard on US MCA that is the trade deal with Canada and Mexico. The government is reporting a week increase in job growth. Here's the AP's, Ben Thomas. The Labor Department says employers added seventy five thousand jobs in may a modest increase, well off this year's average monthly gain of one hundred sixty four thousand economists at all assigned businesses may have become more cautious in the face of slowing global growth trade, fights, and the fading stimulus from tax cuts, and greater government spend. Bing. However, the unemployment rate remains at three point six percent, nearly a fifty year low and wages rose three point one percent from a year ago. Ben Thomas Washington, former Minneapolis police officer, Mohammad nor was sentenced to twelve and a half years in prison for the shooting death of an unarmed woman who called nine one one newer spoken court seeing her there, I knew an instant that I was wrong. The death of my car has only increased from that nor apologized adjusting Damon's family for taking the life of a perfect person. Federal prosecutors have charged in New York City man with buying illegal guns, from an undercover agent is part of a plan terrorist attack on Times Square the board of trustees at the university of Alabama voted to give back a twenty six million dollar donation from philanthropist. Hugh cover house who recently called on students to boycott the university over the new abortion ban in Alabama. It was the biggest donation ever to that school. This is AP radio news. This is the last day on the job as party leader for Britain's Prime Minister Theresa may steps down as leader of the party in turmoil and country in limbo. Hyphen Khaw out to the EU may will be remembered a, so they just in a long line of conservatively is destroyed by the policies divisions over Europe. And as a prime minister who failed in her primary mission to leave the but history could also Sissy. As a leader who faced hot. Odds with stubborn determination before appeared as pm, they had set the six years, homesick Trie, his sponsorship of voters immigration. I'm Laura soon to establish reputation, the solid competence, on neck, the thank pushing flashy rivals. Charleston desma the via Chrysler is recalling nearly three hundred forty three thousand ram pickup trucks worldwide because the airbags may not inflate in a crash. The company doesn't know of any crashes or injuries and says, the problem is rare Ed Donahue, AP radio news. More news right.

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"khaw" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

11:31 min | 3 years ago

"khaw" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Away. And this is your e. I be an Kobe the living in America. Claim the benefits just just loving. The way the largest government live is. On you the minute you close the bowl is, it's fantastic. Did you say, Ben Qassem being hammered by his interrogators on the house, whatever it is time-wasting waste of time committee, because he didn't know the names of Cetin government acronyms, the great alphabet soup of government acronyms? What was what was the one on own way? They said lady get gun. The I don't even get how they can get away with this come descending to the black man. This, this big house committee, treating the black man. Like he's some shiftless Khaw way to shuffled in from doing his menial tasks in the yard and doesn't know any of the big words they asked him, what only was only, you know, what is the so many you can pick any bunch of lettuce in range, and it say some, it's the office of minorities women and inclusion, I think it is minority and women inclusion own way. And he didn't know it on weei is, I think that speaks welfare. That's great. Think he deserves the I particularly support him but he was running for president. But I think he deserves to be president just on the basis that he doesn't know what home we is then they asked him. What REO is do you know what is, it's the first three letters of our speedwagon, correct? It's, it's, it's the he took me guessing he says they are. Is that real estate? And she goes, yes. But what's the last letter two thirds doesn't count? You don't need. I think it's I think I have a great respect for him. I wasn't sure about him. Any bestow came out he plunged his knife into his mother or whatever it was, I didn't quite by him as a crazed savage, psycho attack of women. But as a man who doesn't know what government acronyms he's a haven. I feel the same way I pulled up to the US border post at W line foams, and they said, have you validated your LPN? And I repeat slowly have validated by Ted to by assisted just met me at the app port. And she had a black cloak and look of tarot on face. And I went again so have validated myopia the guy goes, I'm gonna ask you one more time. Have you validated? You'll be on. I said, well, if I knew that meaningless bureaucratic mumbo jumbo went be making a career and immigration enforcement wouldn't I and he said, right over here in. And spend the next ninety ninety minutes to go and booked me a nice room. Get what I said. No self effecting, passan. God bless you. Ben Carson for not knowing the names of these stupid acronyms. They shouldn't be an OMB way. I know what our yo is on. We shouldn't exist. I don't. REO away. They were banned in the but they shouldn't be around. Now. Anyway, anyway, Ben Carson said very good. He was accused of separating running the HUD. Somebody said vase sneeringly the d- does not send deportation, because he's thinking he's crazy. Coca Mamie idea that public housing public housing that public housing should be like full, the American public. Not that the public housing shouldn't be full, the planets the, the, the seven billion people on the planet. They shouldn't be able to come and live in American public housing. He's crazy idea. So they just going to be separating families tossing kids out onto the street. You know, basically starving minority children to death, and he says, no, if we find that you're not entitled to American public housing, then we tell you to leave and you say, oh, well, I haven't got anywhere else to go. So we give you a six month deferment. This is what is what being a right wing Haiti now is America is we give you a six months defilement, if you say, you know, else to go, and then in six months time, we give you another defilement, and then six months after that we give you third defilement. So we're gonna we tell you. We're going to kick you out on the street in effect in eighteen months time. And he said very correctly, to them by that time. You loses in this stupid, useless, non legislating legislature should have actually done something to correct the immigration system, that has incentivized the total depopulation of entire villages in Mexico and Latin America as everybody moves north today. The biggest migrant processing noticed even the right wing guys, supposedly using this time migrant processing as if people are like buds now. It's just something they do come the change of season. Everybody migrate snow from South America to North America. It's like Canada geese. She can just look up in the sky at Sutton times. He and they go back and forth. So these migratory migrants, the biggest migrate remind processing, send to mcallen, Texas, and the Rio Grande valley, they've had to close it down because it's disease in. It some, some kid died of flew to you. Okay. Died a flu couple of days ago. So they've had to close the whole thing down the biggest processing center now you go back to what Kirsten gillibrand was, this was someone who is a so-called democrat when she was in congress representing upstate New York constituency up near the Canadian border and she says, I wouldn't you have any enforcement at all. We wouldn't need expand detention facilities, because we should be taking these people into custody. We should just provide them with the Loya. So this is great because we're going to need a lot more lawyers America employs, as many lawyers as the rest of the planet combined now, we're going to have to employ twice as many lawyers, so we'll have twice as many lawyers as the rest of panic combined, they have to represent the rest of the planet for free. We're going to have lawyers public defenders full. For the six billion people who on yet American, and when they come across the body, you'll be assigned a Loya. They'll be doing what they at the moment that busing you hundreds of miles into the country and dropping you off in random towns and the provide you with oh, she says, no issue. This health thing, actually is an issue. You know, they come let these people into the building, because the, the building has people who are sick in it, and the sick people, making other people's sake. So that, that dying. Now again when you do things legally and I know it so waste the time. But if you'll want to the poll rube saps fools, who decides to emigrate to America, legally, you have to have health tests. And not only you, but you'll children have have health tests. I today with Mike at my kids for you doesn't wanna be jabbed. Full doesn't want to be tested hepatitis does want to be tested for aids wanna be tested for all these things and come out with all these limbs Fulla holes, because I testing him for everything all at once an extremely unpleasant experience the young kids. But if you make the mistake of emigrating to the United States, legally, that's what they do to you and very few. Doctors want to do it. So you Jen you and you can't. They won't take the word of your own dope tests in my case you can't get you Canadian doctor to satisfy the end of this, that or the other. Because they can government only reimbursed is people who do this fifty bucks, per patient. Most doctors don't wanna do this. So this in New Hampshire and Vermont, is three doctors in the middle of nowhere who are willing to do this. If the drive hours, kids jabbed full of this, that, and the other, and you do these tests. Meanwhile, this is craziness. This is this is two parallel societies overlaid like these new area codes. They have now when when the big area code fills up, they introduce a new area code, and you have them overlaid on each other. And that's how it is now. And it's like in one area code. Three year old kid as to be tested hepatitis HIV, polio. All this kind of thing, and he's howling and miserable, and impacting, and then on the other in the other area code. You can just walk across the southern border and, and be released deep into America, and you will never be expected to take any kind of health tests, which is why oddly enough in these huge garbage dumps and these tent cities in every California City, California crumbling before our eyes. I don't know how Californians on embarrassed of the state of that city's these huge tent cities, Nancy Pelosi's lousy city, San Francisco when back when Tony Bennett made that Rutten ballot it actually was worth singing about that time. A little cable cars climbing halfway to the sows it merited that song songs rubbish. But it manage it being sung about now within a stone's photo of Nancy, Pelosi's gated mansion. You have ten cities you have human feces on the street. You have people having to have limbs removed Tucker Carlson's, bulky Tokes to some guy who wound up having to go to flesh eating virus from walking past, one of the filthy ten cities in California cities, this custom Jilib brand. Once she, she wants to put this policy on steroids. They're actually they, they democrat party when it's not investigating Trump. It has to investigate Trump as a distraction from the fact that its policies dedicated to turning this country into something somewhere between Venezuela. If you're lucky and Yemen, if you not much time for rush one eight hundred two eight two two eight to.

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"khaw" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"khaw" Discussed on ESPN FC

"O and why we think Tina when you don't think this is probably. I don't think he's the based on the wall. He's done a good job in the finals of the Champions League. He's money's demented. Some possessions in the premise league, if you look at the money they've spent and you look at the wage Bill hav. Khaw of the other big boys, and the Tope sakes on, you know, Stevie said, there's a reason that is mentioned the Real Madrid money United to prove and he will need to get some teams over the lane as we as we go ahead, whether it's ram barracks. But I don't I don't see site departure Tino at the moment. Stevie you take ninety eight point five percents. I know the answer to this. Well, most normal. An extra point five of doubt. So Alex won't livable. Don't win the Lee would winning the champions. No make up for it. No. Absolutely. No, not not not even close. No, no. Even not even close. I I should have gone. A hundred percent. They'll be pain. Yeah. To be fit. I'm surprised you'd never went ninety nine point three five seven. Well, the slide that was I think you would like to win the gems late wouldn't it? Because he has to find a door unless you would want to win the Champions League club. If there was a choice, right? It doesn't make up until nineteen ninety eight point five percent of Liverpool. Funds would say the prime you legal dumpings just an In. in. So long for Liverpool. I fight so much success. That also Uber beating one of the. Most talented score diverse ambled in English. Yep. That's another thing. Yeah. Rope. Oh, you it's one I from Hamad can repeat yesterday. Same high intensity game against Wolford Vicarage Road Monday at grab those three points. Well, the evidence of recent away would say note, I didn't play very well against Everton haven't played very well in too many away games recently. I think there's something to do with the sets up. I'm sure the I am re gives them the same instructions when I go out on her white guy don't play with that same confidence. He said today that dry food the bull enough when they're the white from whereas do that at home. In other words, now they're gonna play with the same incense gonna close the bull down quite quickly. And I think they'll get a result. But it won't be the same sort of performance at Vicarage Road on. You know, you flagging though fail because the reason they're -nificant fan. The bag in the strong got good players on the very real organized on the next season and the fossil another one of those dodgy away performs, and then the vote is going to be appropriate. Fulham state is a long question. Maybe they'll be assured onto rates your Malays consider renegotiating the tournament structure of the CO KF Champions League. It seems like there's really no chance MLS to win. If the Mexican teams decide co full-strength against this within the current setup at the league won't adjustments could be made to level the I would I would suggest that the.

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"khaw" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"khaw" Discussed on KQED Radio

"All things considered from NPR news. I'm ari. Shapiro chang. After seven years inside Ecuador's embassy in London. Julian Assange was thrown out today. British police took him into custody paving the way for his extradition to the US. The Justice department has charged him with conspiracy related to the leak of national security information while some have hailed Assange for exposing government secrets other say he has put US missions and staff at grave risk will hear more about that. In a few minutes at first, let's understand why Assange took refuge at the Ecuadorian embassy in the first place. We're joined now from London by NPR's ofeibea, Quist arcton. Welcome greetings. So it has been a pretty dramatic day in London for Assange. Can you just briefly describe what has happened today at about ten o'clock local time, the British police arrived at the Ecuador embassy way, you say he's Bayden since two thousand twelve and invited in by the Ecuadorian government. They hung. Lead Khaw carry Julian Assange, who's looking gone frail with a huge white bed out of the embassy. He was shouting this is unlawful this is unlawful and they bundled him into a waiting van. Can we just rewind the clock seven years? I mean what what was the co founder of WikiLeaks doing taking refuge in Ecuador's embassy in London in the first place, Julian Assange was accused of rape and molestation in Sweden, which was seeking his extradition. So in two thousand twelve he was in cold in Britain, and he was out on bail. Now, he jumped bail said to speak, and he literally ducked into the Ecuador's embassy, and he has been there ever since. So he has spent seven years inside an embassy his movements have been restricted for the past. Several years. How did he cope initially pretty well? I mean, we used to see Julian Assange on the balcony all the Ecuadorian embassy. Speaking almost holding court, then he was very confident he was confident because the then president all of Ecuador was a friend of his he made one of these pronouncements from the embassy balcony back into twelve hundred. Jason. Months ago one hundred.

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"khaw" Discussed on KCRW

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03:56 min | 3 years ago

"khaw" Discussed on KCRW

"Is the California report. I'm penny Nelson. A new report from the American Civil Liberties union alleges horrifying conditions in three Orange County emergency homeless shelters eve with the ACLU spoke with Michelle wildly about what they found during a year long study of these shelters. We found unsanitary conditions and abusive conditions that are just in flagrant disregard. Word of the wellbeing of people who are staying in the shelters we found discrimination against people with disabilities. We found people who are elderly and frail who are staying in the shelters neglected into fair conditions, become medical emergencies. And they're taken by ambulance to the hospital we found rampant sexual harassment and sexual abuse. And we found physical abuse. And verbal abuse of residents by stuff. Moreover, we found that staff retaliated against people who would speak out about the abusive conditions. Steph would evict or threatened to Yvette people living in the shelters without any process any form of due process for people who were staying in the shelters. They would also sometimes disciplined people by withholding things like blankets or food access. S two showers things like that. Where is the oversight who is responsible for making sure that these facilities are up to code? Ultimately shelters are county funded and the county is ultimately responsible for both the conditions in the shelters and oversight of the service providers. I know in the document he said the county by not maintaining these shelters. It has opened itself up to a lot of legal action. Do you have any sense of what might come next? I think that really depends upon the county and how responsive the county is to a set of recommendations that we laid out the misconduct and malfeasance that we uncovered were common to all three of these shelters into other shelters that were not included in this investigation. What is really I think you said what is really necessary is a form of oversight and accountability that would apply to all show. So we feel that if the county is responsive to our recommendations that we would be very happy to work with them on that. But we are the ACLU and legal advocacy is part of our toolkit. So if we felt it was necessary to sue the county in order to protect the rights and the health and safety of people living in these shelters. That is what we would do that was eve Garo with the speaking to Michele Wiley. We'll bring you more on the response to this report later this week moving on Californians from all backgrounds and faiths rallied around California's Muslim community this weekend after devastating attacks in two New Zealand mosques killed at least fifty people and left dozens injured UC Berkley student Khaw said by Pouria attended three separate vigils on Friday in the bay area. She said she was surprised to see such a large and diverse group of attendees. I don't think that those people really even realized how much it means because in the past there has been times where I would hold onto that image of seeing someone that looks nothing like me supporting me for like months, and if I feel uncomfortable if I ever feel scared I try to hold onto those moments, and I would say that tonight was one of those moments at a funeral prayer service in Los Angeles mosque Salaam, I'll Mariotti with the Muslim public Affairs Council reminded attendees that this issue is not just about the attacks in New Zealand is also.

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"khaw" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"khaw" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"And this isn't this isn't like a Michigan football game where 'cause you're my son who I meet you at the locker room we go into locker room, and you see all the players at the at the Michigan game. So was so he kinda he kinda go kind of choked up for a little bit. And this can't be happening. Okay. That's that's all right. That's got the other one of the other eight pictures. He did say was the best day of his life, though. He did say, but he there was a gentleman kind of kind of bent down and took a picture with Jack. And you sent that. Yeah. With no with no name on it. You sent the picture in mmediately. I texted back. You said is that Frank O'Hara? Nice Frankel Harris it. Yes. That is Frank O'Hare. And then there was Jack picks mildest face any Franko. You could see he was engaged with them. But in nineteen seventy one I was coaching at Iowa the secondary coach at Iowa we played Penn State at Penn State, the two running backs Franco Harris and lie Dell. And Khaw Nagel can't think of his first name Khaw Nagel was turned. Maybe visit a g Hoffman gore. Gordon is coming to my. It's not Gordon, but he but half Nagel turned out to be a very fine coach. And I think he coast in Canada, maybe or Costa the United States, but that was the backfield. And I might add we didn't fare real. Well, things didn't go. Well that particular day they had a lot of success. John Nagle, John. Here we go. I asked Franko. Ariza as we were leaving shook hands, and he he wished he goes. I hope you win all your games except one. I said, I'd I'd I I know it gave you referred to. But then with Jack the funny thing with Jack is today. I said Harris Harrison I was explaining to him the play against Oakland. I think it was Bradshaw through the pass at the end of the game and it bounced off a defensive back and came back Franco Harris had come out of the backfield. And the ball was right on the turf he picked it off of his shoes and took it in the end zone for the winning. And it was controversial. Because in those days if it hit an off it couldn't go from an offensive player on offense. If player defensive player didn't have replacing everything. So so they gave the touchdown Jackson. I saw that YouTube. I saw that play the immaculate reception. The so he has that play in his mind. He, but he didn't know it was Franco Harris, right? Got the you got to meet him and take a picture amazing to me. I had a chance to work without Davis for two years and that play to him. I mean, you don't you don't you can't mention it. It was one of the greatest travesty in the history of it. Is put onto man that mad at put out. No question. And the other was the talk. Yeah. The the the talk rule Charles Woodson strip Tom Brady. And and what was the holy roller. Was that? Oh, that was that was that benefited in my thing that benefit was that it was that raiders versus the charity. Casper was Dave casper in on that the whole. I remember the ones stave obey clean play. He was he was raised chargers. He was falling down. And he threw it high into the end zone cliff trade I made a caught that. But the holy roller was that it was stabler against the chargers raiders versus chargers was rolled a forward. Fumble and recovered by the raiders tight end. Dave casper in the end zone for a touchdown. Ultimately giving Oakland twenty one twenty victory. So he can't you know, God gives and God takes. Growing up in Pittsburgh. That's the greatest football play ever in the Franco Harris statue when you get off the plane at Pittsburgh International airport, when you're going down the escalators there is a remake of him grabbing it off the turf. Oh, yeah. It's full. It's a Super Bowl. They did it. Oh, yeah. It was a great great. Great. Schol time NFL one hundred commercial was terrific for the urban legend in Pittsburgh is that the head referee went to like the the head of security when he was trying.

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