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"kuta" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

09:45 min | 1 year ago

"kuta" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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Vimalakirti Sutra 2020 - Talk 8

Everyday Zen Podcast

09:46 min | 1 year ago

Vimalakirti Sutra 2020 - Talk 8

"Hi. Everybody am here in my house recording. Because I wanted to have a complete set of my own recordings on the Villa Sutra. I was gone the last several weeks of the seminar and Jeff. Bicknell took over for me and his recordings are available. But I wanted to have a set of my own as well so I'm GonNa Talk And share about chapters ten through the end of the Sutra. And I'm going to start here with chapter ten. The FEAST BROUGHT BY EMANATED INCARNATION. And this begins right after this silence of insecurity when he is the last to respond to the meaning of. Non Duality response by keeping silence. And so after that profound response Shari Putra at the beginning of this chapter says. I'm worried about all these buddy sought because it's noon almost and when are they going to eat and and Bill Acuity says to Shari. Put your boy. We're talking about these ultimate thing. So why are you worried about eating? Anyway I'm going to show you now an amazing meal far beyond anything you've ever seen so he enters into a concentration and enables. The disciples gathered at his house to see a universe called. Sarah Gonda Uganda. Which is located. Man has many butterfield's beyond where they are as there are sans in the forty two Ganges rivers so if there were forty two Ganges and each one had innumerable sand. That's how far away this universe is and that's how many Buddha fields are in this universe and they're the Taga named Sugandha Kuta resides and lives in that universe. It is so lofty and the aspiration is so high that nobody even heard of a disciple or a show project. Buddha Solitary Buddha there are no lesser pass only ultimate Mahayana Path exists there and in that universe all the houses all the avenues. All the parks. All the palaces are made a fragrance. They're made of perfumes and the food eaten by those bodies office is perfume. And they're they are now sitting down to eat their perfume fragrance. Food and the body side of his disciples Curtis House can see them doing this. So says to the gathering Would you like to go there and partake of that food but Mon- JUDICIARY Creates Supernatural Power to rob them of any desire to go there to eat food so nobody says they? WanNa go so then. We'll acuity without rising from his couch magically emanates an incarnation buddy southbound sort of magical being a golden colored adorned with US officials signs and marks shining throughout the assembly and. He says to that incarnation. But he's got to go in the direction of Zenith where that world is and whether all those Buddha fields and when you get there find the Buddha there ciganda Kuta he'll be eating and bought him and tell him that asks after his health and that has a request. Would you mind giving us whatever's leftover from your meal so that we can feed it to the people here in this world? So the incarnation body. Sophos says okay. I'll do it. And he looks up and immediately disappears and appears in other universe and makes the requests and the buddy sauces there. He e the request is specifically as we want this food to inspire people with lesser aspirations in the world to have greater aspirations and so all the buddies say well what what does that mean less lesser aspirations. We can't even imagine any less her aspirations and then the Buddha there ciganda Kuta says to them well. They have lesser aspirations because they live in a more corrupt world than ours. Our world is so pure. Of course we have high aspirations but there there's corruption there so they need. They're struggling to get out of the difficulty of their world so their aspirations initially are quite low but vimla courtesy. Listen that world. Nevertheless he has these inconceivable aspirations and he's wants to inspire the body Saunas so the buddy scientists say wow he must be something that if he can create a magical creature like this and live in that world and so the Buddha there said yes he is great and and he really is working for all living beings in all fields so he granted the request. He poured some of his food impregnated with all the perfumes into a fragrant vessel. And he gave it to the incarnation buddy saga and and at that time. Ninety Million Buddy Saunas in that beautiful universe said we'll go along to when he delivers the food. We would like to go to. Let's let's let us go so that we can honor the Buddha shock your money in that Saha World and honor this great visual acuity and see the Buddy Saad there so and the target That other Buddha out of the realm sugandha Kuta says well. If you think that that's a good idea go ahead. But less those living beings become matt an intoxicated. Go without your perfumes and less those living beings of the world become jealous of you. Change your body's and hide your beauty and don't think of any ideas of contempt and aversion for that very imperfect universe. Why Noble Sons? Buddha field is a field of pure space but the Lord Buddha Lord Buddhists in order to develop living beings. Do not reveal all at once the pure realm of the Buddha. So He's giving instructions to these super purified beings how to behave themselves in this less than purified world so they disappeared from there and Boof Pity reappeared in house and since they were ninety million of them it caused them to produce. Ninety million. More lion thrones like the ones he had produced before and they all sat down. So then the incarnation buddy sought for gave the vessel full of food to them acuity and the fragrance from that food permeated the entire city of I- solly and further beyond that to one hundred universes but within the city of the brand's householders and even chubby chieftain Chandra Chandra Chandra Chandra noticing the fragrance. We're amazed and filled with wonder and cleansed in body and mind and came all at once to the House of Milwaukee along with all eighty four thousand of the population of the Chubby territories. And they all bowed. And they were all amazed then Acuity said to Shari Putra in. The great disciples their reverence. Eat of the food of the data. It is Ambrosia perfumed by the great compassion. That's the source of its beautiful fragrance. The great compassion. But do not fix your minds in narrow minded attitudes dualistic grasping attitudes. Because if you do you will not be able to receive this gift. So then they said but how can such a huge assembly here eat such a small quantity of food? And of course he said you know. There's nothing to worry about. Their this food will be plenty for everybody and of course the eight and there was plenty for everybody so then As always they had a bite to eat and they got to talking about Dharma and Maliki said to the office who came from none other room. How does the Taga Sugandha Kuta who lives in your realm? How does he teach Dharma and they said well? He doesn't teach by means of sound and language he teaches by means only a perfume at the foot of each perfume. Tree Sits Buddy Safa and the tree. The tree emits perfumes. Just like the perfume this food and they smell the perfume and they attain the concentration called source of all Buddy Siva virtues and then they attain all virtuous. That's how he does it

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Travel to Lombok, Indonesia

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

07:18 min | 1 year ago

Travel to Lombok, Indonesia

"Today? We're GONNA talk about lumberjack. The island of Lombok in Indonesia. Okay let's put it on a map first of all. I'm not sure that everybody can find Indonesia on a map but we're in the Western Pacific that's right in between the Pacific. Can the Indian Ocean. But where is the island of Lombok. Usually the way I tell people to locate Lombok is most people have heard of Bali and Bali. Alley is the island directly east of Bali in the the sort of archipelago of Indonesia which is more or less near the center of the Indonesian is winds. And that's where it is right next to the Bali. Okay and it right next to Bali and then also not that far from the Allen de Jakarta is is on. The name of that island escapes me for the moment at Java Java Java actually said it was near the center it's actually not news and draw wasn't considering Sumatra which is the largest of the islands and another interesting place to explore but you have Java which is the largest of the Indonesian islands rubs up against Peninsular Malaysia Asia. If you follow it east. You hit Carta in the island of Java next to Java you have Bali and then right after Bali a little further east you have lumbar well and people have heard about most of those islands. We're talking about except potentially Lombok. Why are we talking about Lumbar? Well for one and I guess we're talking about it because I just spent five weeks there with my family A couple months ago. We've spent a good deal of time in various parts of Indonesia. We'd he'd heard good things about Lombok and the reasons I would suggest going is especially for those who have been Bali. Feel that it's becoming overdeveloped overdeveloped and maybe in all the baggage that comes with that Lombard is a is a simpler place. It's less developed even though it is starting to gain tourism dollars too little sleep beer but it still has a lot of the same charm in the natural wonders of what you would find in Bali now as you know Oh and many of your listeners. Probably Know Bali Hindu island smack in the middle of of Indonesia which is a predominantly Muslim country. Right Lombok is not long is a Muslim. As Long Island nation may be island. Nation is too strong a word but I mean before Indonesia was a country all of these islands were at their own distinct cultures. Their own distinct getting ethnic tribes as well and so that element of Lombok. We found to be very interesting to have. It has a touch of the tropical paradise that Bali is but it comes from a completely different cultural background. And I don't know the history of the country of Indonesia but I'm guessing that it was conglomerates during the colonial period under into the Dutch. That's true okay. With my also limited knowledge of that these were all their own countries but then the Dutch spice merchants and colonists lists made it into one place far as I know there are still tensions between one part of Indonesian another in very vast cultural and linguistic differences assist between them for example on Lombok the predominant at this is the sack people and Sasa has their own language their own food their our own customs that you would not find in say Sumatra or Java or any of the other islands. Okay what kind of activity do you recommend mend for Lombok Guano you like to Kinda give a week long itinerary and give you a week or two weeks. Of course. We're going someplace relatively remote here. I'll give you an ambitious week or or perhaps a solid two week itinerary. I think most people would fly into to Lombok even though you can also I should say that a lot of people. We'll take speedboats or slow boats over from Bali. It's that close okay. We're talking twenty minutes. Thirty minutes on a speedboat or less. Oh Wow okay. So it's it's very Mary clubs. I would start in the Sing Gigi area which is to the West. The airport is in the sort of the southwestern region. Sing cing Gigi. Beach is a beach area to the west the island and in Kuta not to be confused with Bali Kuta but there is a Kuta area to to the south of the island. Both of these have exceptional snorkeling surfing scuba diving. I think that would be probably the easiest a place to start if you just WanNa have some laidback beach time. Okay I'm guessing if we don't want some laid back beach time. We probably shouldn't be spending our time and going all the way to Indonesia that that's part of what you come here for. I would think so. We certainly do an mason kind of strange especially if we started talking travel. We've lived in a lot of islands in beach areas. We're not actually big beach. People like that we burn easily. And I'm we. I'm talking about my family. Because aren't we have altogether all the time. I burn easily the sun and sand and all of that but I love beaches at night but we are big water. People would have my kids love to surf. My kids like snorkeling is. I'm sure I'll mention in the interview. They both got their junior patty scuba diving lessons while during this trip. And there's all of those kinds of things while you're in the Gigi area speaking of kind of water one of the things that we really like to do more than saltwater as we like freshwater what are we like streams and waterfalls and Lombok is just riddled just like Bali and a lot of ways lots of beautiful tropical waterfalls in rainforests and forest. And they're reachable. You you can hire a driver or as we do we rent scooters and with all the risks that that entails and I could get into that if you needed to we probably should. We probably should. Because it's good that you know that but I'm not sure that everybody who rents scooters understands that there are some some risks involved in scooter. Travel saying you shouldn't do it but you should be aware of it so when you say you rent scooters with all the risks involved tell me a little more about your thought process process year. You're traveling with two kids. I recall a wife and yourself and you're on to scooters for scooters one scooter the typical Indonesia uh-huh in Vietnam. We were all four on one scooter. But when we are in most places it's better to have to scooters in one parent in in one child. I think what you're getting at is traffic in southeast. Asia is is is a little hectic. It doesn't follow all the rules. Stop Lights and you are just suggestions. Yes right there are parts of Indonesia that I would not ride a scooter in Sumatra. We've have never ridden written a scooter at least in northern Sumatra where we've been because the roads were in poor condition. Plus there's lots of construction equipment logging trucks trucks. You don't want to have to be run off the road those kinds of things now. That being said in Lombok just like in Bali the roads are in pretty good condition and if you have experienced riding riding scooters in this kind of environment I would recommend it that being said a lot of travel insurance companies will not cover any sort of accidents or damages damages if you do not have a scooter motorcycle license in your home

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 Sudan protesters begin 2-day strike to press ruling military

BBC Newshour

06:03 min | 2 years ago

Sudan protesters begin 2-day strike to press ruling military

"The sound of protesters, taking part in a two day general strike since mid January Sudan has been in turmoil. Persistent demonstrators demanding a revolution in the way politics is done. Have already achieved a huge amount President, Omar al-bashir stood down in April having held onto powerful three decades with the army's full backing a military council took over and that council, and the opposition protest movement have been in Tokyo about the future of the country. But those, those talks have stalled throw into this mix Amand cooled. Yes Amman, who has just returned to Saddam to try and help. He was a rebel leader, who has been living in exile, his return to Sudan comes despite having been sentenced to death in absent you. So when did he decide to return to Saddam against oats, I decided to come to them because I'm sentenced to this and the this cintas has been repealed, but you're doing. All that for the sake of peace combines abyss was set. The organization social Justice on it was citizenship for all students. The death sentence that you mention was passed on you in obscenity. Did you have any conversations with anyone in already before you made the decision to return? No, I tried. But it was not successful, but I decided just to come because I'm coming by the mission of Sudan, Stephen or visions, and I'm still here. I'm going to continue never go outside, Sudan. I don't have much. Ability, only from this soil of sedan. Are you expecting to join those currently stalled talks between the transitional military council and the opposition alliance. Well, I'm looking for that. But from wherever I am. I'm ready to help the bottom line that I'm ready to offer whatever we have a four divorces of democracy and change. We are part of them, and we was going to a building a coalition that can lead the interim period. And we're looking for at the creation of intent to end wars, all of Sudan we out of forms of pretty. You were of course, parcel of an armed struggle against President Omar Al Bashir in the Blue Nile state, but will you continue to do an armed struggle against the Sudanese government in, in relation to the Blue Nile state. Only blue line is that forages Nova mountains is everywhere. We need that strategy exit from almost into politics, lives. There is a just cause for those people are fighting, and they have an issue that needs to be addressed through causes causes that can bring stability to Sudan. Ready to do anything that will help an strategic exit for Amstrad into a political historian time for it. Okay. So given your own personal experience involved in an armed struggle against the Sudanese authorities. How much do you trust those who all sitting at the table in the transitional military council. Well, we can build trust. Trust is visible, and then what I came here on the ticket or Sudanese people. I trust is people have confident umbrellas and I'm in very emotional yesterday, when I visited I doubt me, and I believe those people that was deserve better. And Sudan, neither news cubic adding that we everybody that will have a professional our the era of the sun. Has they voted to destroy Sudan, Africa? Because Africa is diverse continent. And when you talk about political Islam, being something that should be eradicated in Sudan. I wonder about the role of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Egypt inside Sudan, and in particular, on the Sudanese military bullet get has ruling Saddam for years. They destroyed the Sudanese social fabric because one dimension it. And they build a db state, we need to deal with this d state for the suit, Geremia Emirates and Egypt and all of them were already to deal with them on an equal footing. And from there we can do relation. We can do business with all other countries. You say you are impressed by the, the meetings that you've had with people who are continuing to demonstrate is there, any sense that you get there is a loss of momentum that people all getting tired that they are less willing to continue the protests. I'm basically impressed because they have resulted in their faces in the is in their the way they did it me. And. And especially the user doing courage in me, not to their issues aside, and they said, we they need a new society. They need a new country. A new social political decision and I'm committed for that. Did do you support the general strike that is taking place today? Absolutely. We supported the strike because we need to send one message that people's need change. This change should be expected, and we need to encourage everybody gritty literally council to speed up Shane's and Kuta civilian government, which is among, and it is a need, because there is a vacuum now is country. And we are supporting but as same time, we're supporting speeding up negotiations with literary.

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"kuta" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:26 min | 2 years ago

"kuta" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To talk. This is the John Batchelor show. My colleague, Gregory copy editor publisher of defense and foreign affairs. Also, the author most recently of sovereignty we turn our attention to Nigeria sovereign Nigeria is undergoing an election process. That may spill out several more weeks, the original round of elections have been postponed because well, that's part of the mystery of Nigeria which is the most populous state last time, I checked in Africa also state that is critical to the success of its customers for its light. Sweet crude, but it is ripped apart by turmoil. Especially in the north the rebels who are associated with Al Qaeda and other cutthroats and in the south and in the centre part of the country. I go to the center part of the country. Gregory good evening to you. An amazing fact that you've known for some time about Nigeria, but I just discovered thanks to the economists is that for the last forty. Years. There has been a steel mill in central Nigeria Kuta where it's located. It's been the recipient of eight billion dollars a foreign aid over these forty years. It now has. A billion dollars in public money. Foreign aid some of the public other part now has ten thousand pensioners from these forty years. But and this is the twist that is hard to believe, but we're not making this up. It's never produced one beam of steel forty years a steel mill that's never made steel. Does this? Tell us that the present turmoil with president Bahari is is traditional in Nigeria. Good evening to you, Gregory. Good evening, John. Well, if education is the poster child for corruption inefficiency and Malays in Nigeria, and of course, it's not doing of Bihari himself about the fact that he didn't make a lot of progress in getting education operating. It is it is. Toyota tenure. So it's not surprising. He hasn't had anything working to be fair. A part of that project with with the steelworks and the railway line associated with it has been under some kind of movement since about two thousand sixteen when the government awarded contracts to to China, civil engineering construction corporation, which has been. They and their allies have been building most of the time in Nigeria and the Jalen Julius beg to repairing complete the railway. So they making a little progress there. But on the whole the problem of Nigeria is that it has not been productive that it has not yet. Transitioned away from its oil and gas dependency that hasn't revived its agriculture to anything like the requisite levels. And of course, it has lost infrastructure because of the successive damning of the Niger river, not just in Nigeria but upstream as well. So that you've lost the ability on the Niger river to use that river as the great cereal waterway that it once was so there was some things which are related to the absolute abject failure economically of the Buhari administration. And there was some things which are up to deep scope, historically, and regionally let's discuss the fact that this president election is not going to resolve Nigeria's problems. And they're in many moving parts. However, I want to start with something that you've acquainted with these last years the fighting in the north Boko haram. And other bad actors rating into northern Nigeria. The army the inability of the army to respond in any fashion. I believe they've lost an enormous amount of equipment and sometimes whole towns are occupied by the the cutthroats is the army's failure in the north part of Bihari and his predecessor Goodluck Jonathan and his predecessor is that part of the administration at of Nigeria that fails. And is that part of the cynicism of the Nigerian people that nothing's going to chain. I didn't believe that the Nigerian people feel that nothing is going to change. I think that they remain frankly, despite all they remain optimistic that they can make democracy work. The problem is that people who sees power mostly through electoral malpractice, determined to make sure that democracy does not work. We we saw went into four years ago. Goodluck Jonathan was facing an enormous challenge. And he was looking for ways right up until the day of the election to postpone the election. In fact, all of these advisers had hoped we can postpone the election, we can declare martial Logan state of on and we can spend the election indefinitely. The thing is that the international community would not accept that. And that we see that the same thing applied to Bahari. Though, the people around Harry in the state in the presidency office. They were mostly pushing for indefinite postponement of the election because they hadn't planned hell to win the election. Now the. Offering on several levels. Yes, they have now achieved a one-week postponement of the election. But it's all desperate last-minute stuff that also attempted to manipulate diverging system by making sure that for example, just one example, they have under delivered ballot papers to the voting stations around Nigeria. So if you've got say three hundred people on the books in one in one voting polling station. A hundred ballot papers than even if a hundred percent of that those papers made out in favor of the opposition candidate the government by retaining the two hundred other ballot papers can actually if you like file false papers for the remaining people on the on the register who went. Inviting because of the lack of ballot papers, but they can be they can be subsequently filled in and and you can rig the election. And make sure you you you. Win. No matter how many people go to the police with the intent of defeating the government. So we've now saying very much number Mary documented issues with the the the polling station. People have just said, look, we just delivered the one hundred papers instead of three hundred. So that would tell them with lead to count the papers we had assigned for them just signed to these papers. And and so clearly the process was being corrupted. Now, this may be part of the reason why the independent national electoral commission decided to postpone the vote. For a week to get more to remedy that situation, or it might be that the the government itself persuaded the enac the electoral commission to give it more time. Good question Bahari is not kinda give up even though all of the indicators against him. And these are particularly the economic indicators which have inspired so much anxiety never seen this level of youth. Unemployment in Nigeria for decades, perhaps since independence. This is that level of distrust is the the question of national security and the failure of the military to come to grips with Boko haram and related groups in the north and the revival of new Niger delta groups, which an anonymous Llamas, but the reality is that these problems at all related to corruption at the highest levels, the military leadership put in place, fifty by Goodluck Jonathan and then watch out and put it in another a lot of officers put in politically having just giving up all of the procurement contracts for the military. There is no proper actionable intelligence so therefore the units funding units in the north. I have no idea where the enemy is. And the thing consistently ambushed and defeated because they didn't have a chance I've got very poor higher level leadership and surprisingly, very courageous junior levels. So we have we have we have. Traditional corruption in Asia at a new and higher level. We have an army that's dispirited and badly lead in the north. And we have the oil revenue in the south to my knowledge. There's some tapping of the revenue by local groups, but it continues to flow and the foreign oil companies in partnership with Nigeria are stable is that all correct? Yes. The oil from from the the wellhead or the ports or just from the pipelines stealing from the from the at the ports is the hot is the biggest number because the government's involved in that that always becomes the second reissue because of the crisis in the economy, generally, not necessarily to to do with oil. Well, are they are they are the oil companies unhappy are they do they believe the instability is threatening their of their works. Or can they continue with Bihari happily? They can't continue with go, Harry happily, although. All the oil companies have made sure that they paid whatever the the tariff is in a Buddha to the politician. So they've done their bit. And now the politicians have to deliver you get a new governing there'll be another round of payoffs there. But so the time being companies relatively complacent simply because there was no insurgency in the Niger delta at the moment. But we see the signs that it's going to start again. In fact, not just in the Niger delta, but also among the boat people in looking at the the whole issue of raising the whole issue of autonomy. Oh, perhaps even independents once again full be afra- that region by region of Nigeria. The situation and for Bahari is that he's presenting the people who are going to vote eventually as he is the man of the status quo. If they like what they have right now, he will continue it the the challenger. However, we will turn to the challenger. Now is a man named avocado. Abu Bakar, and he campaigned on the slogan reminiscent of another populist. Let's get Nigerians working again. I'm speaking with Gregory copy editor in popular defense, and foreign affairs, the author most recently have sovereignty and when we come back the challenger in the troubled Nigeria. I'm John bachelor. This is the.

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"kuta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"kuta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That has sparked protests like this one in Kuta park. He's been as Whelan's who have crossed over to take part are demanding that the US aid be allowed into their country. But the massing of US supplies on the border is also a provocation the US is trying to convince Venezuelan military officers to define Medeiros orders and allowed the aid into the country. Such a rebellion could lead to Medeiros ouster. And that's exactly what Venezuela needs says Kevin Whittaker the US ambassador to Colombia he spoke with NPR by phone from Washington. People. Economy. Go back on. Again country, but humanitarian operations are supposed to be neutral. That's why the international Red Cross and other relief agencies have refused to collaborate with the US effort on the Venezuelan border. Here's stefan. United nations. Spokesman at a recent press briefing. What is important is that humanitarian aid beat de-politicized the risks of linking aid to regime change are already coming into focus with some aid workers being denounced by the Madero government as opposition activists Daniel omega works for Care International, which partners with aid groups in Venezuela. Ios receipts. Retaliation. Because we did nationally. All of is becoming aggressive. Another danger is that Maduro who currently allows in some humanitarian assistance could close the door on aid altogether. Meanwhile, aid groups are bracing for US sanctions that effectively blocked the sales of Venezuelan oil to the US. These proceeds make up the bulk of Venezuela's cash income which is used to import food and medical supplies, that means rice milk, an antibiotics could become even more scarce, even so many Venezuelans strongly back the US approach. They include Jose Manuel, lavar is a doctor and opposition congressman. Fatal booklets. Alabama would sit on the only body says he's convinced there won't be time for average Venezuelans to feel the pinch of the sanctions because Maduro will soon be forced out ambassador. Whitaker insists that the US aid effort is moral and ethical by contrast. He says my daughter is funneling state food handouts to Hungary Venezuelans in exchange for their support. What's politicizing does its withdrawal? Because there's great country. The minutes will in opposition is now enlisting thousands of volunteers to help break. The aid blockade starting on February twenty third such a maneuver could provoke clashes with the security forces still what swallow a retired lawyer at the protest in Kuta has signed up to help. Is legitimate. He says, and we need it for NPR news. I'm John Otis in Kuta Columbia..

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"kuta" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"kuta" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Camp offers the numbers are closer with the difference of fifteen thousand votes between through Andrew gillum folks contend, they are not getting up more votes remain to be counted. Wow. What we'll see. But I do want to emphasize. I mean last night Andrew gillum did concede the race to Ron to scientists. But you know, how these things are. We we saw that disputed recount Ford always seems to be in the middle of these things whether it's into two election or certainly last night. But I you know, I we'll see how that bears out. Hopefully, if there is a miracle, maybe there's a Florida size miracle at the end. But I think now a lot of the attention is going to be on what happened in the twenty twenty cycle. What do the Democrats do now that they have control of the congress? And what does the molar investigation lead to next? Yep. Yep. Exactly. Get to work. We got we have limited time for non. So so great. I was so happy to see you and knock them Nance. Happy on Twitter. So then I know everything's okay. We saved democracy. See last night. At least we gave ourselves another two years to get it back. I said it on your show before Stephanie, and I I I never wanna be accused of being are engaging in hyperbole because I take it very seriously. But had the Democrats not one control the congress last night. I sincerely believe that are American experiment are American democracy would have been in grave danger. And I'm not sure it would have survived. Yep. Yep. No, I agree with you. But you know, now the fight begins for now. That's what people can't go. Thank god. We did it because it is only the beginning. Now. Now, the work begins. Right. Oh, this is what happened last night. It wasn't the beginning. It wasn't again. It's like it was the beginning of the opportunity to start the real battle. You know, look, I again at the risk of sounding hyperbolic, but I believe it in my bones, the Kuta place with the election of Donald Trump. Yep. That's what happened. They've taken control over. What happened last night was a salvo in return for Democrats and patriotic Americans. I don't even think it's about Democrats about Americans Republicans, independents and Democrats who see what has happened. Yeah. Country under this tree. Yeah. And polling showed that for non that, the majority of people said they were that they were voting against Trump that they that it was a referendum on him and he lost. That's exactly right. So I think now is when the fight begins and the and the ultimate prize less than anybody think. Otherwise is the White House in twenty twenty. And now, we gotta strap it so far everybody take a little victory last night. Get some rest take the weekend..

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"kuta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"kuta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Listening to all, things considered, from NPR, news Then as weightless crisis can be captured by the. Staggering amount of people who have left the country the UN says that number is two. Point three million in just the last four years. One main reason is because there isn't enough. Food several neighboring countries are, now tightening their borders as people keep. Leading Venezuela John Otis sent this report from Columbia Venezuelan refugees have just crossed into the Colombian. Border town of Kuta they are now on. Their way to Bogota three, hundred fifty miles away and they're walking Refugees line the highway. Leading out of Kuta a drag roller suitcases and carry duffle bags some where flip flops Donald parson local data Galliani surreal who's walking with twelve fellow refugees, explains that smugglers demanded most of their money to take them across the border into Columbia Zoom by but real center colleagues can't. Afford bus fare they sold their watches and other valuables. For food but it's running out the UN says. That about half of, all, Venezuelan, refugees are malnourished they also require medical care and are desperate for work that's. Putting a huge strain on the country's there arriving in mainly, Colombia Ecuador Peru and Brazil which are struggling to provide jobs in healthcare for their own populations Kyle Johnson is based in Columbia for the International Crisis Group a million Venezuelan refugees in a year or up to. Two million in the last five years or. So is well beyond the capacity of any South American nation of what they can handle in terms of refugees and so, that's what makes, it a, crisis tensions, are rising earlier this month Brazilians. Burned a refugee camp on the border after accusing Venezuelans of assaulting a local shopkeeper Ecuador and Peru Who plans to require that incoming Venezuelans carry passports but Johnson says most lack the money for passports wall paper and. Ink shortages in Venezuela mean fewer are being. Printed and it's denying the reality that most Venezuelans just because of the situation in Venezuela do not have access to a, passport simply don't Back on the highway the Whelan's, walking to Bogota don't. Realize what they're, in for the video I've been the Rio was eighteen and left Venezuela because she could. No longer afford, her college tuition payments estimates it will take a week to walk to. Boga top the journey actually, takes more than a month and involves climbing mountain peaks ten thousand feet high but, Rio says group is determined to make it often As they walk the, encourage one another sharing. Water bread and, cigarettes they also meet some friendly Colombians This.

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Zimbabwe court to rule Friday on opposition's vote challenge

Monocle 24: The Globalist

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Zimbabwe court to rule Friday on opposition's vote challenge

"Through the one does of modern technology. I spent most of yesterday in the constitutional Kuta Zimababwe as the opposition argued that last month's presidential election results should be thrown out alleging that only massive doctoring of the vote had kept Emerson one and Gaga in office when and Gagua claims to have won the poll with fifty point eight percent of the vote in the first election since the asking of Robert Mugabe in November last year off to eight hours the court retired to consider their verdict and will convene again on Friday afternoon.

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 Venezuela struck by magnitude 7.3 earthquake

Global News Podcast

01:42 min | 2 years ago

Venezuela struck by magnitude 7.3 earthquake

"Apocryphal earthquake that hit Venezuela on Tuesday has left a landmark skyscraper in the capital Caracas leaning precariously to one side, the top find flaws of the abandoned forty, five story building nightly as the tower of David have been pushed sideways. There are remarkably few reports of serious damage or casualties, but it coincides with the country's worst financial crisis. In recent times, the government is hoping its new currency will tackle runaway inflation, but citizens are still leaving in droves for other Latin American countries. Columbia is the country that's received the most migrants more than a million in the past fifteen months, South America correspondent Katie Watson reports from Kuta on the Colombia, Venezuela border.

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"kuta" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kuta" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Much more fluid magma that produces lava flows in frago it's actually the opposite where to twenty plates colliding and that's quarter subtraction zone and what that does is typically makes the magma and therefore the materials produced much more viscous than that generally tends to mean much more explosive so in places where plates collide we see much more explosive vocalism the difference between lava flow and a traffic flow in terms of has it is the lava flow will move at about the same speed one walks down the road whereas a parka stick flow can travel is about the speed that you drive down the motorway are the very difficult to avoid they're the biggest killers that have produced by volcanoes and then moving credibly quickly they're incredibly fluid suspensions of small particles large particles and guests so what you're saying is that people anywhere near any of those flows really have no chance at all no that's right they don't probably a best guess for travel time from the summit to one of these villages is about ten maybe fifteen minutes that's how long it takes from the park rustic later initiate as a maximum actually to get some of these villages each simply don't have time to move what's changed here in terms of the magnitude of the eruption is that the volcano itself is has into it 'cause seven valleys rains all this erosion and valleys preferentially formed that way when you have artistic material emitted from the volcano tends to go down these valleys and if it stays in the valleys which is a function of how launched the option is than actually that's better what's happened here is the valleys filled up with material is particular valley kuta less llamas and once it's filled up the park hosted flow connects at the valley and that's when you start hitting towns and villages and on top of that we have these things called lahar which are mudslides as a secondary hazards and history tells us that way go and lots of other volcanoes actually when you have a larger option you in place a lot of loose material acid essentially on the volcano when it rains all of that stuff is swept downstream so guatemala's in front of a couple of months of.

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"kuta" Discussed on Outliers

Outliers

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"kuta" Discussed on Outliers

"So we're going to outline is this is a podcast without class and leg i always keep mentioning it's been quite a fascinating journey hunting outliers and today's out is is is is kind of a household name it touches consumers in india and at least touched us as a company we bank with your bank you know i i heard who they about the kuta was something last year i mean of course i was with what you do and all that there is this bangalore model of entrepreneurship banglore word much likes what silicon valley is to new york kind of thing and there's a lot of jeter always about what do businesses in bombay and delhi do sometimes they are painted with this old world legacy elephants trying to dance and things like that and one of those conversations i started picking up stuff about you and your bank and how you were digital savvy not forsake of it but you would actually picking and spending time in understanding new technologies very well and it came from a bunch of startups and people who were normally skeptical about old order businesses and so on so that caught my attention and since then i've been trying to me to to understand look at this world through your eyes so i'm really happy this happening.

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"kuta" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"kuta" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm clever total and in the early hours of monday the twelve th of march these are all main stories there's been no less up in the syrian government's assault on the eastern kuta police have detained being left to rot under the rubble as the army tightened his grip on the and clave authorities in person won't people of possible contamination from a chemical incident a week after a former russian spy and his daughter were taken ill washed clothing you haven't already ideally in the washing machine let me repeat that the risk to us the general public remains low and i am confident that none of these customers staff will have suffered also in this podcast china has removed presidential term limits from its constitution allowing the currently that xi jinping to remain in power indefinitely and colombians have been voting in legislative elections seen as a test of a peace deal between the government and farc rebels the syrian army says it's advanced deeper into eastern gusa as as strikes continue against towns in the rebelheld enclave the military says is forces have now completely surrounded the main town of duma whilst also completing its moved to splits the region in half the opposition ron local council into ima the largest town in the enclave says schultz's of full and people are now sleeping on the streets ingi said keith from the international red cross said the situation is dire i'm afraid it's very desperate for the people love we know with uh that in this intensity in the fighting and many people have been fleeing even during the past few weeks from different parts of doormat to another at the situations really really desperate we managed to bring some aid almost a week ago two dumas and we could see the the frustration of the people people even they don't care anymore ever.

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"kuta" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"kuta" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm clever total and in the early hours of monday the twelve th of march these are all main stories there's been no less up in the syrian government's assault on the eastern kuta police have detained being left to rot under the rubble as the army tightened his grip on the and clave authorities in person won't people of possible contamination from a chemical incident a week after a former russian spy and his daughter were taken ill washed clothing you haven't already ideally in the washing machine let me repeat that the risk to us the general public remains low and i am confident that none of these customers staff will have suffered also in this podcast china has removed presidential term limits from its constitution allowing the currently that xi jinping to remain in power indefinitely and colombians have been voting in legislative elections seen as a test of a peace deal between the government and farc rebels the syrian army says it's advanced deeper into eastern gusa as as strikes continue against towns in the rebelheld enclave the military says is forces have now completely surrounded the main town of duma whilst also completing its moved to splits the region in half the opposition ron local council into ima the largest town in the enclave says schultz's of full and people are now sleeping on the streets ingi said keith from the international red cross said the situation is dire i'm afraid it's very desperate for the people love we know with uh that in this intensity in the fighting and many people have been fleeing even during the past few weeks from different parts of doormat to another at the situations really really desperate we managed to bring some aid almost a week ago two dumas and we could see the the frustration of the people people even they don't care anymore ever.

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Syrian army cleaves rebel enclave in eastern Ghouta

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Syrian army cleaves rebel enclave in eastern Ghouta

"I'm rene monse good morning president trump held a rally last night in pennsylvania there's a special election there were the republican candidate is in a surprisingly tough rates also on the call ian guns in america we hear from threegun owners who've been thinking a lot about the role dense play in american life hollywood heavyweights donate a big bucks to start times off the campaign to fight sexual harassment in the workplace how that money is being spent and the breeder's the lie up that hit a big in the early nineties has recorded their first album in 25 years it sunday march xi two thousand eighteen news is next law from npr news at washington on trials snyder the syrian government assault on the rebelheld enclave of eastern gouda is continuing today with airstrikes in fierce fighting on the ground the two largest rebel groups in eastern kuta vowed to resist the army's offensive but the bbc sebastian osher reports they've lost more than half of the enclave's territory in the past couple of weeks of fighting the syrian government says it seized move in half of easton gouta in this ferocious threeweek assault moving one thousand civilians have already been killed that will more casualties of the night his as strikes continued despite residents taking refuge in that basements the most intense battles seems to be on the eastern edge of the area still under rebel control this is the stronghold of one of the two main rebel groups failed at a rough men part of the free syrian army there are reports that local leaders on the go sheeting and evacuation deal for one of the towns that feyler corrupt man has denied this vowing to fight on as the fighting in eastern gouda intensifies defense secretary james mattis as warning the syrian government against the use of chemical weapons mattis told reporters traveling with him in the middle east said he's aware of unconfirmed reports of the use of chlorine gas president trump took his message on his terrace he's planning to impose on steel and aluminum imports to pennsylvania steel country spoke last night in western pennsylvania at a campaign rally a moon township aimed at boosting the republican candidate in tuesday's special election for a house seat when we start running in can you believe it two years from now is going to be key america gray exclamation point cape america trump spoke about the.

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Syrian army splinters rebel enclave in Ghouta onslaught

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 3 years ago

Syrian army splinters rebel enclave in Ghouta onslaught

"Live from NPR News in Washington on Giles Snyder, the Syrian government assault on the rebel-held enclave of eastern Gouda is continuing today with airstrikes in fierce fighting on the ground. A two largest rebel groups in eastern Kuta vowed to resist the army's offensive. But the BBC Sebastian Osher reports save lost more than half of the enclave's territory in the past couple of weeks of fighting the Syrian government since it seized move in half of eastern Gutu in this ferocious, three-week assault move in one thousand civilians have already been killed. That will move casualties of the night, is as strikes continued despite residents taking refuge in that basements. The most intense battle seems to be on the eastern edge of the area still under rebel control. This is the stronghold of one of the two main rebel groups fighting back a rough men part of the free Syrian army. There are reports that local leaders on the go, She eighteen and evacuation deal for one of the towns that final. Rodman has denied this vowing to fight on as the fighting in eastern Gouda intensifies Defense Secretary James Mattis as warning the Syrian Government against the use of chemical weapons. Mattis told reporters traveling with him in the Middle East said, he's aware of unconfirmed reports of the use of chlorine gas President Trump took his message on his tariffs. He's planning to impose on steel and aluminum imports to Pennsylvania. Steel country spoke last night in western Pennsylvania at a campaign rally M moon Township aimed at boosting the Republican candidate in Tuesday's special election for a house seat. When we start running in, Can you believe it two years from now is drawing, Give me key America, gray exclamation by Keep America. Trump spoke about the tariffs amid international concern about how they would affect the global economy. He also sounded optimistic about his potential meeting with North Korea's leader. The house will vote this week on a school safety Bill drafted in response to the Parkland school shooting. The bill supporters say it could help prevent such violence as an Pierre Susan Davis reports. The stopped school Violence Act is the first action congresses taking since the February fourteen shooting at a Florida high school left seventeen dead. The legislation does not affect gun rights. It establishes a federal grant program to train students. Teachers and other school administrators had identify and intervene when an individual shows early signs of violence, The bill's chief sponsor, Florida. Republican Congressman, John Rutherford is a former Jacksonville Sheriff. He says, the bill is intended to stop violent attacks before they can occur Utah Republican. Senator Orrin Hatch has sponsored a similar bill in the Senate, but there is no vote scheduled there yet, Susan Davis, NPR News, the capital from Washington, You're listening to NPR News. Wall Street is heading into the trading week after a rally on Friday, Steve back Noor says, the Labor Department's report at three hundred thirteen thousand jobs were added to the US economy last month was welcome news on Wall Street. It seems rumors of the bull markets demise were premature following a week in which trade war fears caused heavy selling. Investors were relieved when President Trump softened his stiff tariffs on steel and aluminum, and they were thrilled by the employment report even though non-farm payroll surged and more people entered the labour force wage gains were moderate and that helped calm Wall Street fears of aggressive Federal Reserve interest rate hikes with Friday strong finish The DOW ended the week up by three and a quarter percent The S and P's higher by three and a half and the NASDAQ by more than four percent For NPR News. I'm Steve Bucknor and Beijing today lawmakers said China's annual session of Parliament. The National People's Congress approved constitutional changes that would abolish term limits on the presidency. Nearly three thousand hand-picked delegates approved the amendment the move would allow Xi Jinping to serve as president indefinitely moving to Japan which is marking today's seventh anniversary of the earthquake that said office, who NAMI the killed more than eighteen thousand people and caused a partial meltdown of the Pook Oshima nuclear power plant at the official ceremony in Tokyo today prime minister in Prime Minister Shinzo Ave said more than seventy thousand people remain displaced. I'm trial Snyder NPR News.

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West Virginia teachers say schools will "remain closed" until Senate honors deal

NPR News Now

04:41 min | 3 years ago

West Virginia teachers say schools will "remain closed" until Senate honors deal

"Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Barbara Klein, West Virginia's teachers say they'll continue their strike for an eight school day tomorrow. The decision comes after the state senate passed a four percent pay raise last night, less than the five percent negociated with Republican governor and approved by the House of Delegates Molly born of West Virginia Public Broadcasting reports the House and Senate are now at an impasse and will work out their differences in a special committee. Confusion reigned in the capital when Senate lawmakers mistakenly Pastor version of the pay raise bill that had some of the same key aspects as the original. The day was emotional, said union leader, Christine, Campbell there, folks who came out of fear frying. They're folks who came out of here angry because they feel like they're being used as a political football. Another union officials said, the strike will go on indefinitely unless teachers get the 5 percent raise. Their demands also include an overhaul to what they call a. Lot health care program for NPR News. I'm Molly born in Charleston, West Virginia in Syria, government forces and their allies have broken through rebel front lines in eastern Gouda outside Damascus reportedly re-taking a quarter of the enclave the BBC, Sebastian usher reports the pace of pro-government advance his into eastern Kuta appears to be picking up speed. The aerial bombardments have diminished somewhat of a devastating week-long campaign earlier this month, but on the ground. Frontline rebel resistance is reported to be collapsing. A source in the enclave told the BBC, The minitry situation was beyond critical. One group of fighters is reported to be negotiating terms of surrender for the town of Ms rubber. If a deal is agreed that would open the road for pro-government forces to cut eastern Gouta in half. And in the meantime, the humanitarian crisis is growing more dire. Aid is not getting in Germany's five-month-long wait for a new government is over as. NPR's Seraya Sarhadi Nelson reports from Berlin the centre-left Social Democrats today agreed to join Chancellor Angela Merkel conservative bloc in a governing coalition officials from the Social Democratic party or SPD were up all night tallying some three hundred seventy thousand male and ballots two-thirds of the members who voted said yes to their party joining Chancellor Angela Merkel new government. Many social democrats remain uncomfortable about partnering with conservatives because they blame their last joint Coalition for the voter backlash last September that left the SPD with historically low returns, but growing German frustration since then over the lack of a new government and concerns that new elections could lead to even worse result for the SPD led most of the parties critics to back down the new government is expected to start work in the coming weeks. First Mackel will have to be re-elected chancellor by the German parliament on March 14th psoriasis or heading Allison NPR News Berlin. This is NPR. Italians are casting ballots in a parliamentary election today is being held amid concern over immigration and unemployment. The vote could reveal whether Italians have adopted. The Populist far-right sentiment that is growing in Europe. Lines have been long all day blamed in part on time-consuming anti-fraud procedures. The vote culminates a bitter and sometimes violent campaign. The first man to run a mile in less than four minutes has died from London. Larry Miller recalls the achievement by Britain's Roger Bannister. The winds were gusting up to twenty five miles an hour at Oxford's if we Road cinder track on the sixth of May 1954 coming from behind Roger Bannister broke the tape to take his place in sports history, completing the mire with a time of three minutes fifty nine point four seconds Afterwards, he said he was lucky. Banisters record stood for just forty six days. Running was. A time pursuit for the twenty five year old medical student and Olympian and a few months after his record-breaking achievement. He retired from athletics to become one of Britain's leading neurologist, Sir, Roger Bannister suffered from Parkinson's disease. He was eighty eight For NPR News. I'm Larry Miller in London in willow Alaska more than sixty mushers in their dog. Teams are getting ready to take off later today on the one thousand mile I did or odd Sled Dog grace and adventure. That'll take them over dangerous terrain ending up in Nome on the coast of the Bering Sea. I'm Barbara Klein, NPR News in Washington. Sir.

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"kuta" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"kuta" Discussed on KOMO

"Welcome to what the head of the un cools hell on earth syria a rebelheld district just outside damascus where life and death of loss meaning the areas being besieged in pummeled for years with venus statesponsored campaign of mass slaughter president asked his russian allied are accused of unleashing war against the people of gupta so he dome as is a rescueworke here he rushed to the scene of one airstrike only to discover his own home hits and these little baby boy wounded found my son injured by glass and would we shall he's my only child for the eta basque me i'm just saying now and i've been impatiently waiting for him were years sing god bless merely app not that i ha i walked in and sought out injured in the face ahead threemonthold uber hidden suffered shrapnel from the blast but where death is never far away this old lows passes good luck the baby boy's doing well in kuta that rondo happy endings as the bombs continued to four as rescue workers scrambled to help a to him from collapsing buildings president army has launched hundreds of missiles a move is on civilian homes and hospitals accused of deliberately targetting rescue workers and medics the regime say that war is against the rebels here who fired missiles at the capitol damascus also killing civilians was only one side has it now and the response was being massive.

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"kuta" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"kuta" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Playoff than you start talking about rule of this team would apply this russian accomplish team will he would have and also as kuta route allstar game in our leaking and we proved that you could do that bolus does not does not get you crazy about through the baltic quotas till the bronze says to preserve the history and tradition of the game let's just leave it alone i'm not in favor of that and he talked about some of the different super teams teams have dominated for a stretch including his miami heat team a few years ago and he says let's just leave it the way that it is not in favor of of blowing up the tradition in the past the way that we've established it so that's interesting from lebrun go ahead mess with the allstar game he says but don't mess with the playoff format and i don't know if he's speaking personally thinking about the cleveland cavaliers and how they have a better chance of coming out of the eastern conference than they would if they were kinda thrown into a big pot with some of the power teams in the west i don't feel like that's something you would hear from laurent because he's he's fearless right him he believes that they can win he can win every time the cavaliers step on the court so i'm not i'm not exactly shore where that's coming from what i like what he has to say about preserving the tradition i kinda feel the same way though i can't really explain to you why i feel like it's the geographical rivalries that i look forward to some of the repeat matchups in the playoffs that hey we get to see these guys again this particular series again so you know i mean i'm not morally opposed to changing the format but i i kinda like it the way it is i feel like it in your conferences because of the way that schedules are waited in and the teams that you see all the time that the east and west pairings are are all right plus a one versus the 16 to me seems like.

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"kuta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"kuta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"There is no frontlines is that no military residences so they are really civilly analysis rival targeting people's homes rather than military targets he say there is no military targeting never but the syrian government says it said targeting islamist militant says targeting those that are trying to shell damascus and have been shelling damascus and killing people that i think there is the give roofs that the the regime targets civileians photos go viral owns media all telling that the regime is targeting the civilians not military laces so where all the militants that they must be there somewhere in eastern kuta similar plans are all in the front lines around surrounding good stan who call not in the middle of stern old thought for exam a they are in the frontline of f joe bar alomar's area but the the bombardment is not right there but do you blame a told people like josh alislam an haya torrero al sham because without them they wouldn't be this fighting would they aren't they using you in some ways not like human share hill's no no no never talk fares i am not a militant i am at each are working in the schools we can't blame vicious them on had hers shum on the fight utter a him on because they are defending is there an oath or whether ah the regime is trying to invade it in order to displace their own billable on to make them surrender so they have a full softly are out the the reason all right i just if you question to the regime to do that is the older i understand and as a teacher as a parent how you protecting your family how worried all you about your family of course i worry about my funnily all i can do is too high a game in safe ablaze under the ground in order to predict than but it's so difficult for all deibel because there our needs it or full.

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"kuta" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"kuta" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"Will make one off custom chips rappleye can the knack book air in the back in the old days and is lots of speculation that the reason the intel put so much work into its internal gpus with the embedded uh the ram and all that stuff is because that's what apple wanted them to do so i'm sure apple likes a relationship where they have a big say in what products get generated and honestly the the competitors intel is not particularly competitive and we get back to again apple probably wants it just make its own chips if it ever if it ever comes to that but the difference in that scenario is there is no software that only runs accelerated unnamed edp a andy cpas right like it's not it's not the nvidia situation where this whole class of software that are in the kuta and and that intelligence support or whatever an overall like there is a huge difference in the result here you know as you as you briefly alluded to like intel if you are in tel exclusive for your p ccp use your fine because the vast majority of the time intel is the leader in that race usually by a pretty big margin amdy cebu business has been second run basically since like the pentium four like the it it had a good run there for a little while where it was king but then it wasn't so if if it was the other way around if apple had had this great relationship with aim d for the cpr use 'em would never used in tel cp use they'd have a pretty big problem that they wouldn't be very competitive a lot of the time and the problem is they now have that problem.

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"kuta" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"kuta" Discussed on WGTK

"Jerry jones has also said he was off his players to stan common the actor rapper says jerry jones has a slave owner mentality honestly john how much did kuta contain make an hour with over time you will not fair no i think that i think i think some people who who feel like was going on with the with the nilo within the first informal you've got to acknowledge what the ankle no what grizz scott when wrote the anthem acknowledged on earth now with doubly francis scott hiding that he say francis got haydn's that what he said those names friend scotty no what chris scott we wrote that at them the knowledge on immerse now in dublin summa sleep think about how to light the core lastly francis scott hiding who knew nothing of the press coach standing up for switzerland which knows of life it looks like that all elements salary an an and is owner like slaves like a slave owner mentality you know like the slaves they were paid what's the average football player make like you can go in australia's no my disrespect no my job i want to place up doing this door jordan spieth or to liquidate has over the are what makes digest it better than somebody else might be praying that's awesome my says i'm nil and for what i believe and they should be able to do that because that is countries simone sanders says white people aren't even allowed to criticise way black people protest diving and again that foul play at what degree america this negga fitness did fashion i said stirred up again the white house has already made you know as already made it very clear where it is on it and f l players have already made it very clear why is today the day to revisit death because as long as the nfl is playing now and as long as the nfl is is consistently coming out there disrespecting this country i expect the president united states of america to nodded attend an event where people are disrespecting the united states of america those that gave the ultimate sacrifice i don't get your republican or democrat the america used for you stand up and.

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"kuta" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"kuta" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Time look which is big of a ditch across a year right and we'll just wait until the levels little water givi we will have locks and stuff we'll just wait till the waters even out emilia osgood i made combest him sent not to co you know to discover how new confident who looking for the ones we knew about his future at this it kills me i can do no purpose and then he said will now do we found these new places will just conquer of pillage and we'll take all kind of diseases back to europe we'll trade diseases millions of people have died will be great detabali the foreign memory and swiss ralph ralph been patiently waiting ralf welcome to the program yoko nutricula republican party of a corporate for president ronald reagan gene crevassed personal corker i'm glad you brought up corker ralph a judas do that just to get me go when this morning did you go way yeah i thought i was already mad diagara fog at me go and the the nfl gives me go when the ntv defaced columbus day and then you have to come in with the kuta in a mention corker you other joe rowe proposal allowed loik while pike of dynamite small baggage are at literally any of their and marina in and then as they you know what's so funny about corker he's been acting lark he's in the same category he must have gone to john mccain's senator training school which is at one while the public voting for you but once you know you're out or your solidly in then your true colours gummed alive goes corker is he's really started up now i'm short as a corker israeli started up now yeah well i think i think does a just did it just like it is show i'm in the guy's got a lot of goods a small guy but he's not adopt a chicken you know what like workers got a lot of guys we're we're his guys what was corker not the one who helped us get this iran nuclear deal when that corker no i think though who by obama administration near the world powers.

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"kuta" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"kuta" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hundred tremors for mount agreeing on monday many forming communities on bali or near volcanoes because the surrounding soil is made fertile by lava flow news these people who've the move to a temporary aid center don't know when they could return home cya about my son missing mobley salah conquer and yet it'll mile on board spending days and days here at home michael work i have my carriers and chickens to take care of it hurts that my home has been abandoned manuel now lettuce asahi hullah plus 11 gianetti it'll be tough if my houses destroyed and not have to rebuild it the be the hardest part volcano is seventy five kilometers from the popular tourist resort of kuta is concerned that if there's an eruption ask cloud will disrupt flights are corresponded how griffin is within the evacuation area and gave me the latest poland seventy five thousand people have been evacuated most of them take another exclusion zone surrounding mount are good now it's a nervous waiting game i guess no one really knows whether it could be how was days may be even weeks before and jason eruption actually happens the patient a the tremors hundreds recorded every day apple the seismologists suggestion eruption is imminent however that would imminent has been used for a couple of days now and there is a concern about complacency and also about resources being stretched the indonesian government said there is enough money and supplies on the way getting clean water and jim is necessary for people who've been moved from their homes of she priority and other those who aren't heating the calls to evacuate so we're aware of some people who have been holding out a couple of villages around the volcano it is a spiritual site in bali in which hold that they will be some of those villages awaiting fresh virtual sign that are also those who came out the exclusion zone who should back in each reported most of them traumas concerned about their livestock and but their animals as other governments actually had to take the step of evacuating some two hasn't cash we understand from the tops of the mountains primarily to deter people from going back into that indonesia and the president's been there yes he visited one of the four hundred also evacuation centers there are some who remember the last time montegrin erupted.

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"kuta" Discussed on KQED Radio

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02:13 min | 4 years ago

"kuta" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This next story is about an unsolved crime one small item one giant loss for the hometown of neil armstrong on friday ally twenty that around twenty three fifty nine hour or department where he received a burglar alarm at the armstrong air and space museum buffalo located at five hundred apollo drive here in the city walk kanada that's in ohio by the way this is police chief russell hun lock on their arrival officer did fine an entry worth game kuta museum and it was discovered that eight lunar earn model replica were taken a replica of the lander that carried neil armstrong to the surface of the moon in nineteen sixty nine all all by up recur america guard your work out golkar her car park earlier prettier the french jeweler cartier was commissioned to mark the achievement by making models of a lander one for each of the three astronauts on the apollo eleven mission the models of 5 high four and a half inch of square solid gold now armstrong gave his to the museum bearing his name in 1974 chris burden is now the executive director there he says the community is outraged by the theft they really have given the expression as though they were robbed or their city was robbed of their community was wrong and so we are here in walk kanana in it it's great to have this connection police chief russell hamanaka's pretty bond about it to the on a very disheartening situation for us and we want to get the ball to finish off or he asks for anyone with information to come forward the ohio bureau of criminal investigation and the fbi are helping with case perfect in imf and.

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