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"lesotho" Discussed on Many Roads Travelled :  (Solo Female) Travel Podcast

Many Roads Travelled : (Solo Female) Travel Podcast

05:59 min | 2 weeks ago

"lesotho" Discussed on Many Roads Travelled : (Solo Female) Travel Podcast

"'cause i was just thinking i'm going to be ripped to pieces. I these crazy wolf. Dogs look like a half between a mass steve and a wolf so they were like said very big. Oh my gosh. So you know when he kind of waved as it say story. I'm just basically having a heart attack. Just okay well. thanks for pulling them off basically. Oh my gosh see. I can't even take a simple walk without incident. Went to the lodge still like heart. Racing juice like another close call foul elizabeth and spoke to her and everything and explain. She's like oh my gosh. I'm so sorry to so we just put disinfected all my bite. And i don't really know how to so so. She ended up stitching shorts for me. Which is very nice patched those up straight. I've been on the road for over a year. I had very limited close and they were getting pre award down after gear on the road to stated for the date and by finally had dinner there and everything so i really wanted to go to subpoena national park and climb think is called amounts of blue. Now i'm not sure so. It was like one of the you know obviously studying what would have the highest mountains in that area so that was my plan but i'd also picked up a cold after probably my overnight stay in the cold and damp rained everything you have to listen to the last step so and so wasn't feeling great you whenever i get sick. My blood illness kicks in. So therefore some achey and swollen inflammation all everywhere right so wasn't feeling hundred percent. I've just had to crazy incidents in the mountains and also i found out that this area this national park. There is no forestry offices. Nothing so if i got lost and because i was on my own which obviously don't recommend to go hiking on your own or even though i have done quite a few teams but you know if you can go with another traveler or a guy did that do as i say not what i do at so yes i thought if i got lost on this next hike then i got no safety net at all because even when i got last last time there were. I was staying at a rangers park. So they knew. I was there and they were about sitting at a launch party the next morning if i hadn't got back which i returned to like four or five six pm so yeah and like i said the weather changes the drop of a hat crystal clear blue skies sunny. Literally a minute later. It's like foggy reading. You can't see anything. So i kinda thought you know what a lot of time in the drakensberg. I think i'm gonna give this climb a mess and at my gut said no. Always listen to your guts whether you're traveling or not especially when you're traveling so plan b was to head to buthe buthe which is a town in the c two and then from there just kinda head on my wage johannesburg so the next morning. I noticed a pickup at the cuss at the border. Because the lodge is really close to the border. So i walked over there and asked them if they can give me a ride to you know as close as possible to pitch in. They're like yeah sure so ours. Okay greats grab my bag and helped in the back of the pickup which was kind of my fairways travel actually could.

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DeChambeau, Rahm out of Olympics After Positive COVID Tests

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

DeChambeau, Rahm out of Olympics After Positive COVID Tests

"For the first time since the two thousand four games in Athens the U. S. men's basketball team is lost of Olympic contest seven forty had twenty eight points to lead France to an eighty three seventy six win but snaps a twenty five game Olympic winning streak for the Americans he was one gold Sunday in taekwondo and fencing and stages alone account for the women's featherweight division by beating Russian tied together many not this gold medal hopefully rings USA taekwondo into a whole new level and gets the attention it deserves and the keeper in the third gold medal for the United States by defeating defending champion in a different Lesotho of Russia in the women's foil final I'm John the thirty

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"lesotho" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

06:41 min | 2 months ago

"lesotho" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

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"lesotho" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

07:26 min | 2 months ago

"lesotho" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"For joining us. Thanks so much for having me rick. This is really exciting to be on the show relatives fighting for me to talk to somebody. Who's ben tula sue. Because honestly i've always looked at the map. And i see those little dots in south africa first of all. How does south africa happen. Which is a very strong and powerful country. There's a couple of little countries like this right embedded in the middle of the country. Yes swaziland is kind of tucked over by the side and they have a little bit of mozambique. I believe bordering one side of them. But let's sue is totally encapsulated. It's its own enclave nation. Right there in the middle of south africa is it kinda like we'd have an indian reservation in the middle of the united states that was considered a country. Yeah that i mean that might be an interesting parallel there. The history of it kind of comes from this. I king of lesotho to who was a guy named hsi-wei king mishmash way the first who was a very charismatic leader of the nation. There he kind of got. The country started back in the mid eighteen fifties. He had gathered various tribes and kind of farmer collectives altogether in this area and developed this nation and Over time there were had conflicts with various other tribes of conflicts with the british and over all the years mishmash was able to maintain the sense of national identity. There and after having a couple encounters with the british and repulsing the british eventually came to an agreement with them to say. Hey we we are willing to work out an agreement with you guys and become a british protectorate but we want to maintain our sense of national identity and roughly how big is lawsuit to and how many people live there. So there's about two million people there. And i've seen some comparisons saying it's about the size of maryland. Okay something like that. So it's not not that big of a place that i guess. Compared to south africa it looks small. But that's a substantial amount of land to drive across it. Would it be like fifty miles across or hundred miles across I think it's bigger than that. But the issue in that is very mountainous country right and so the roads. Once you get up into the mountains the roads are very rough and so it can take a long time to get from one side of the country to another generally speaking when we would come into the capital city of macedo and where we were living which is a very rural area called mahat long. It would take pretty much most of a day to get from one side of the country to you know. That's one thing. Travelers need to remember. If you've been in germany and you you're going to go from a to b. There's probably going to be a autobahn there. You're going to average eighty miles an hour I remember when i was going to be in india or nepal averaged six miles an hour. I remember it took me. I thought oh sixty miles. that's not. It took me ten hours and that's not because there was traffic jams. It's just that's the way it is so much of the developing world anyways You gotta be really conservative about how much ground you can cover in a given amount of time mcgrath. Introduces us to listen to in his book. Everything lost his found again. His website is will mcgrath dot net. So we'll how did it happen that you ended up living in the suit so my wife is a cultural anthropologist and her research is based there in the country of she does work with aids and hiv and she does work with family structures and ken ships and child care and orphan care and so unfortunately To sits at this intersection of her two main research interests. So that's initially what brought us there was looking at how families are adapting to the hiv. Pandemic in you went along as the spouse in your writer and you decided to write a book. Yeah i i mean i. I'm not sure. I was necessarily thinking of writing a book from the beginning but i was excited to go along and learn about this place that i knew nothing about and to see a very different part of the world from from what i knew so yeah i was initially along kind of along for the ride and then along the way i did things like i taught high school for a while there and we were both kind of connected with a local ngo in this rural area. So i would help out at this place sometimes so. Tell us the gist of your book. Everything lost is found again Wh what inspired you to suddenly say. I'm gonna put pen to paper and share what i'm learning or what what's your gender with the book. Yeah well i think in the west we have. We have very stereotype notions about what africa is an. I'm kind of using you. Know air quotes around that word. In general so i wanted to to really look at. What was this country this very specific part of lawsuit to in a certain way. I was inspired by. There's a nigerian writer. Jim amanda ghozi a. She wrote an essay a couple years back about how in the west we have the single story of africa. You know all we kind of know. Is this cliche notion of general tragedy. Some sort of generalized suffering in some way so that was so different. From what i encountered. They're over our time there. So i i wanted to be part of the solution to what outta cheese writing about to avoiding the single story of rakha. I wanted to get into what the you know. The specifics of this gorgeous country of lesotho to and to really kind of get into the granularity of the human experience of what life is like there and especially to celebrate you. The joyfulness that i saw there. I mean it would be wrong to look away or to ignore certain tragedies that are happening. you can't avoid that. But i think it's important to represent and celebrate all the good things that happen to show the kind of happy hilarious mundane parts of life. That's something that i think is is really a challenge for a lot of us because in america we think well being is preceded by material your material well-being and there's not a lot of material well-being in much of the world and we can if we find joyfulness in the poor world we can. We can tend to romanticize it But i think there is a lot of joy in a world where people would never own a car or or have a fancy house and that unless you go there and you sit around you talk about people telling dirty jokes. I mean it's interesting to think of american and laughing dirty jokes these people. Are you talking about.

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What Made Sweden's Asa Danielsson Fall in Love Wih Flamenco?

Travel with Rick Steves

02:00 min | 2 months ago

What Made Sweden's Asa Danielsson Fall in Love Wih Flamenco?

"It's a long way. From stockholm to seville but it never damped danielsson's lifelong enthusiasm for the fiery traditions of andalucia today. She teaches the art of flamenco dancing in between tour guiding in sweden and spain forsa welcome back to travel with rick. Steves thank you so hundred dish woman. Get all excited about flamenco. It's the opposite end of europe. It is that is for sure. I was a little girl. When somehow i picked up the flank existed. And when i went to spain for the first time with my mother i was six years old i told my mother i went to see flamenco and i saw these women and they were so strong and passionate and i decided i wanted to be flamingo as i had no idea what it meant but that dream i kept it alive through my whole childhood. I bought this little doll. You know with the polkadot dress and everything in plastic doll and headed a home. Like little alter and i knew that i was going to be a flamenco dancer. When i was big you were you. Were six year a little bit older than now. Yeah are you dancing. Or what fleming in your life today teaching performing i was the president of the swedish fleming society for some ten years of organized festivals of organized workshops. I've been tour manager of one of the most famous fleming dancers. All all that you can think of. I cannot think of any two more opposite. Cultures in a temperament kind of wave of sweden and southern spain is the heartland of flamenco. I think it's opposites attract and actually. Spain is the favourite countries of the swedes to visit to travel to. And why would that be. I think it's that got although this has. The son has the laid back Passionate lifestyle that you need a little doses of every year. Exactly exactly. maybe you don't wanna have all of it all the time. You want a little bit more structure and calm so you can go down and have it and then you go back to your normal senior regimentation efficiency.

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"lesotho" Discussed on The Comb

The Comb

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"lesotho" Discussed on The Comb

"We're we now with the case from? Now. She's currently out on bail and she has been formerly charged worth. Delillo Tabanas murder she has been identified as the mastermind behind the assassination. She also faces a separate charge of attempted murder, and that is for the attack on mid turbines friend tattoos that one that we spoke about earlier. Is with not impact this crime has had on tattle we says that she lives in fear. You since fled the Sutu why have you come to South Africa? Because I'm fearing for my life. The people because there are many. Accused might be Okenla. So true students and they may come for me in order to. Stop. The case or to destroy the case like it happens in many instances in listen. I'm pursuing. Like religious. Not Means of recommend attempting living in. Botswana. Here's. Anywhere. But I can go I don't think. I'll ever lead in life in Lizotte. How has your life changed since that shooting? He has changed in almost every. Petain's can't get to my job at a truck like a normal person I have to change sometimes Ilia sometimes late so that I don't keep a pattern I don't go out. To Gut Arens as I used to. Injustice has been served out feel. Much better I think to be closer for me at least even even though I can never forget about.

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"lesotho" Discussed on The Comb

The Comb

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"lesotho" Discussed on The Comb

"This is the. BBC World. Service. Original cost I'm Kim Check Nitsa. Welcome. If you're a regular listener that we're all about Kunming the continent for stories that matter to you, and we want you to set the agenda by sending us who story suggestions and they don't have to be flee fleshed out ideas it could just be a subject that you'd like us to explore email us at the kermit BBC Dot Com inbox is always open. When you work in a busy newsroom, like you come across all sorts of stories. But there are certain ones that really stand out and when I first heard about the one recovering today remember being completely taken aback by it's constant twists and turns. Last night, we received a report that they're two ladies were been short and one. Aged. Fifty eight years was short. Listen to the first lady has been charged with the murder of the prime minister's previous life have. That actually implications at the charge. Tobacco need turn to south into police are on your Tuesday after emerging from High Minister Thomas to. has also been questioned about the killing Thomas to bona has been clinging onto power after being implicated in the death of his former wife in two thousand seventeen, he denies any allegations have the billion I am villa's to see the feds lady like any other Masutu been charged any nita rise goto gate. It's not every day you hear about a first lady being on the run because she's wanted for murder and that her husband who was prime minister at the time was also being questioned. Is the story with so many different freights and so today I'm bringing in one of our brilliant journalists from the BBC Africa newsroom to help me pick the story for the cup. This is the. The CON. Not, the calm the Co.. We didn't you go ahead and introduce yourself I'm poems affi, shiny I'm a reporter based in Johannesburg and cover stories both here in Johannesburg and across southern Africa at the heart of my journalism, a stories that I describe as human interest stories, stories where walkway feeling like oh That gave be of insight into life in that part of the world or in that community pumps I brought you into to about a rather unusual story that you've been covering. We did the story start. A It begins in a village in the Su- to outside the Capitol which is Messier ru on the fourteenth of June back in two thousand seventeen. In this particular evening or woman driving down a dirt road with her friend and suddenly gunman came out of nowhere ambushed the car when she was a few meters away from home, they shot several rounds into the car and killed her instantly. And who was that lady? She was deeply Letaba Anne, a fifty eight year old woman who'd been the first lady of the sue and her death that night became undoing of her estranged husband Thomas. Toubon, who'd been the long political leader in to end was prime minister at the time. For those of us who've never visited Lisa to what is the country like? I it's it's really beautiful. It's known as the mountain kingdom and with good reason, it's got some of the most beautiful landscapes in this part of the world. In fact, it's one of the only places that get snow in winter people travel from South Africa and the rest of the region to go and and ski on the mountains there. It's a small country that's landlocked by South Africa with a population of about two million people it's predominantly rural, but the capital is basically the heartbeat of their entire country. When you go the business lively, it's a mix of vibrant street markets and local businesses. And at the center of the story of three characters you've already mentioned too but let's find out more about them. First is Thomas Debenham who was prime minister at the time Is One of Africa's oldest leaders. His peers have described him as somebody who was a strategic operator a political survive. He's been in politics for about forty years. has been Prime Minister of lawsuit twice oddly enough. The first time was about three years and there was political rivalry and he had to flee fleeing to neighboring South Africa and he said that this was because there was a coup attempt by the military there who are trying to seton hostile and Brian. Lizard. There was an attempted coup that means out of the barracks. It is patrolling the streets it is doing what it wants to do, and then he later returned into politics for me and formed a new government would saw him become prime minister again until recently. Then we have deployed tobogganing who was shot dead on the Fourteenth of June twenty seven. What we know about her Davila was a quiet unassuming woman who played the role of traditional housewife when she married Mr Tobia any in the late one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty s. she also adopted his four children from his first marriage. The people that I spoke to who knew her say she was somebody who shied away from public life she didn't enjoy. The role of being first lady she rather than enjoy the spotlight of being first lady and she preferred to support her husband from behind the scenes, and then there's my Si- yet tobogganing who moved to Masaru as a young woman to try and.

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Lesotho's first lady to be charged with killing PM's former wife

Not Too Shabby

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Lesotho's first lady to be charged with killing PM's former wife

"The cities the first lady has been charged with the murder of the prime minister's previous wife my science upon a tent herself in to police said earlier on Tuesday after emerging from hiding in South Africa Wednesday for Laney reports First Lady my sire tiny is expected to spend the night in a holding cell the city's police commissioner who moment DDD confirmed to the BBC that Mrs top on it would be brought to the High Court on Wednesday to be formally charged for the twenty seventeen murder people a Lotta money who had been embroiled in a bitter divorce battle with prime minister Thomas tiny was shot near her home in the outskirts of the capital just two days before his inauguration it is not clear if Mrs turbine it will apply for bail the police have said if she does they will oppose a bit as she is believed to be a flight

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Coups detat: do they ever really work?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

04:55 min | 2 years ago

Coups detat: do they ever really work?

"Primary opposition figurehead on Guido appeared in an online video surrounded by men in uniform announcing that he intended to end the rule of President Nicolas Maduro Madero did not however respond as despots traditionally do if they military's desert them. There was no desperate skedaddle to the airport. Suitcases clanking with the contents of the national treasury a step ahead of an angry more brandishing. Pitchforks, though, Guido may well have another crack at it. The choosed a coup at least is an entry in the annals of failed overthrows, but the coup data as a means of acquiring power appears to be enjoying something of a Rene Saenz. This decade alone has seen coups attempted or accomplished in Egypt Mali, Malawi Guinea, Bissau Cote, d'ivoire, Chad, Libya, Lesotho Thailand, Gambia Burundi mcanuff also Turkey, Gabe. Bon Sudan, Montenegro and Zimbabwe, and we may have missed a couple. So what's it like to live through a coup? D'etat? What's it like to be in on one? And are they ever a good thing? This is the foreign desk. Most of the democratic transitions transitions from authoritarian governments to democratic governments have occurred with a coup being part of the process in. So the question is not our who's good or bad. But rather who is the coup against and more importantly, what comes after you needs to keep the patient on India needs to actually demand that the military is to do things the way as in bubbling expect things to be done in human rights expected the law should build tainted we have victory one. We don't have Gabby pets. We've still have the system that was best may Mugabe divide and transfer of power. He's not something that historically tends to go. Well, for anyone least of all the people at the bottom of the hape who are suffering as a consequence back governments anyway and certain Ku's second place in west Africa. They have ready if f. Any benefit people that they were supposed to be liberator. You're listening to the foreign desk with me Andrew Miller when the overstaying Zimbabwean tyrant Robert Mugabe walls, unloaded by Imbaba as military in November two thousand seventeen it's fair to say that any unease about the means of his removal was drowned out by celebrations of the indices rule, but is the short term gain of a coup. Even again as considerable as the end of dictatorship as ruinous as Mugabe's worth the long term damage to a country's political fabric. Grace Mutunga is a journalist in Harare and author of the memoir the power and the glory grace. Let's go back to those events in Zimbabwe before the military stepped in and removed Robert Mugabe from office was that expected or was the whole thing that complete surprise. He twice both really rule and expected in some way because people always used to say that the only way Mugabe would be moved with the bag. Me 'cause they didn't believe that the opposition hits the capacity to move over to Gabby. What happened in two thousand eight refused to stand down after Morgan's gray hit one or testimony into that. So in a way, some people expected that they would be cool. But we're not very sure that it would happen because we thought the soldiers we very in with the with Robert Mugabe. So when the the did get set in motion, what was your personally, I understanding that this was actually happening on the eve of the CU we saw military vehicles coming into town. And somehow we hit this sent that things will two k, but we're not very sure by any hours of the morning. I remember waking up head something that sounded like a bomb going off guns. Something I don't know. But we tend out later. That some ministers in the Mugabe regime hit been visited by the AMI hours of the morning, and they'll get blown off to gain access. And then by foyer 'em when you know the soldiers then came onto the national TV because I switched onto network TV, which I really watch because I thought something was really going on. And there was this woman out circulation that there was a cool and away around for him. That's when regarded more you then came on in announced that former President Mugabe was safe in December safe in the waking to remove elements around him that we miss the

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Spain will have the world's longest life expectancy in the next 20 years — and the US will fall behind China in the rankings

Dr. Daliah

09:54 min | 3 years ago

Spain will have the world's longest life expectancy in the next 20 years — and the US will fall behind China in the rankings

"Depends on how well or poorly health systems address key drivers, the future of the world's health is not preordained. And there is a wide range of plausible trajectories said the findings add to a study last month showing how you know, the Mediterranean diet could help well Spain as a pretty good diet. A lot of vegetables, lots of fish. They also do according to CNN, which I hesitate on touting. They have tax funded healthcare barely the World Health Organization ranks their healthcare system as the seventh best in the world. Portugal, rising to the top twenty three point six years added to their life expectancy. So this study was published in the journal Lancet yesterday. And it looked at the data from the two thousand sixteen global burden of diseases project and generated predictions from two thousand seventeen thousand forty they say the impacts of diseases such as diabetes HIV aids and cancers as well as Rex factors including diet and smoking rates were taken into account. They say what they looked at which could cause premature death is high blood pressure. High body mass index meaning us being fat high blood sugar tobacco use alcohol use. So British eighty three point three years chairman's eighty three point two Australian eighty four point one Syria growing up to seventy eight point six so who's the top ten Spain. Japan Singapore Switzerland Portugal. Italy, Israel, France, Luxembourg and Australia. So US declining. Big thing that made us decline because remember this is a numbers game. We're the accidental drug overdoses. We don't hear how many people died in two thousand seventeen but the sixty three thousand number keeps haunting us for the year two thousand sixteen. Us losing. Thousand people do drug overdoses messed up our overall life expectancy. And so our life expectancy is an average. They look at everybody and the age of on they die, and if you have a bunch of younger people it starts to pull down the numbers. You would think life expectancy would be this. Let's look at all these older people. And of these older people how long are they living to? And then let's average like let's say you take fifty on up age fifty on up. I would probably do something more like that. But that's not how they do it. They go from age one to you know. So that if somebody let's say died as a kid God forbid, or whatever it skews the numbers, but I would say let's just start with older individuals and look at that fifties old, but you know, we don't have as many people dropping dead of overdoses in their fifties. Like, we do when they're younger, and and then see how long these people are living to. And if we see the average older person is living to eighty ninety whatever come up with that number. But it doesn't work that way. Now, they also say obesity in adults is at its highest rate ever. Well, of course, because we stopped smoking. That's to the National Center for health statistics. They see nearly four every ten adults in eighteen point five percent. Children of the children in the US are obese. Okay. So obesity in children lot of factors causing obesity. Right. Right. In terms of kids. They're just playing outside. They're not working up a sweat people. Now have asthma food allergies. They're addicted to their computer, they're not exercising. But the one thing that's very very interesting is even some of these heavy kits. They get skinny in their teenagers. When they start to Rome and the hormones rise. You know? Nandor metabolism goes up, and they have great metabolism of puberty, the gain some weight, and then a lot of skinny up, then they go back to their old ways. They get heavy again. The other thing too is back in the old days people would smoke and again, I'm not saying, I'm not pro smoking. I'm not, but we keep on, you know. Brush it under the rug that people like to put things in the mouth. And once we took cigarettes away, we now have people going towards vaping. And we've got to do something with the vaping people are gonna go to marijuana put something in the mouth. And since Rabin told sugars bad sugars bad sugars bad. Are we going to start chewing on pencils against pencils? Pens are bad because you get lead poisoning. I've got the chew on something. So then I got well you got in trouble at school for chewing gum. So then I would try to suck a jolly rancher. I got in trouble for that too. So I didn't know that. I bet my nails. Senate bit my nails. I some of us just are very orally fixated where we just like to chew on things when we get hungry. We put something in her mouth. I wasn't really big on being keys and pacifies as a baby. One of my kids was he loves has been key. Viki? They've viki. All right. So these rates are going up. We have other countries that are going to kick our butts now. Unfortunately. African countries have usually been at the bottom of the rankings. But they are going to see lifespan rises. Unfortunately, some of them like their life span is only down to fifty seven point three years. They say Lesotho is at forty five point three year average life expectancy. So obviously, the more highly industrialized better. But now, let's talk about healthcare. Let's look at these. Let's look at these top Ted Spain Japan Singapore Switzerland Portugal. Italy Israel, France, Luxembourg in Australia. Having government run healthcare or government, subsidized tax subsidized healthcare. Is that what we need to live longer? Well, this is what I wanna know. In Spain whose life expectancy is eighty five point eight years is everybody putting money into the pot. Remember to miracle only about half of the country pays taxes or being told fifty percent, actually pay taxes. Do you get away with that in Spain? I don't think so I don't think you get away with that Israel don't think you've get away with that in Japan. And so if we don't have money coming in we can't be putting money out. We're also very spoilt in America. Very spoiled. We want our test. Now, we we we've had a privatized system, and I've loved a privatized system, but we are not going to have people want to wait three months. Four number. I. Look at what happened with HMO's. People hate HMO's. They made a comeback with ObamaCare, but they heat HMO. And let's go back to ObamaCare did ObamaCare. We talk about the life expectancy dropping over the last few years did ObamaCare of anything to do with it. Everybody who loved ObamaCare was. No, no, no, no inexpensive, Medicare, Medicaid, which is something. I wanted. But the one thing I noticed. Especially with me, and my family and a bunch of people is once our deductibles went up to multiple thousands a year, we just stopped going to the doctor. So I skip to my mammogram size. Get my Pap smear. I skipped my colonoscopy. I I start to skip things because of the deductible. It was just too much. And so. You wonder if some people who did not live as long as they wanted to missed something. Because now the deductibles too high they have to come up too much out of pocket. So not go to the doctor. Life expectancy would go up with ObamaCare. If it really gave people insurance looks like

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"lesotho" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"lesotho" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

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"lesotho" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

04:33 min | 4 years ago

"lesotho" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"On both that john lewis homicide yoda eyes disney moment blessing gain insight that agency anthem madam daniels dummied not say they've been there that thought that was stopped though it was his then his bang bang bang bang although in blameless agent lesotho's fourteen that the end of satam now that now they just have an elephant is glad that spain end of the most savon oh woo hoo at least day oh man how would pose him is on your toes the fall asleep sound earn their iron applause the saws did you go and ask a cared since food gay oh now is staying clear iraq said the mm as the a group of panetta innovating another of that a group of independent in it ended in it did skewed go and ask a cared soon sued gay did did you go the kid smooth food gay hey the the the the aw oh me ooh you any madeleine gold oh was always when money really eew wien ooh noor moore.

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"lesotho" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

04:33 min | 4 years ago

"lesotho" Discussed on RobinLynne

"On both that john lewis homicide yoda eyes disney moment blessing gain insight that agency anthem madam daniels dummied not say they've been there that thought that was stopped though it was his then his bang bang bang bang although in blameless agent lesotho's fourteen that the end of satam now that now they just have an elephant is glad that spain end of the most savon oh woo hoo at least day oh man how would pose him is on your toes the fall asleep sound earn their iron applause the saws did you go and ask a cared since food gay oh now is staying clear iraq said the mm as the a group of panetta innovating another of that a group of independent in it ended in it did skewed go and ask a cared soon sued gay did did you go the kid smooth food gay hey the the the the aw oh me ooh you any madeleine gold oh was always when money really eew wien ooh noor moore.

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"lesotho" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:56 min | 4 years ago

"lesotho" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Davis cup by this show of little another valued at y one two t employs donald trump was never settled you'll see this nice chunk of his home in lesotho had pat taliban thing to bed on the book night when my pension got navy divvy was also gives hope it's not sit idly nausea threatening what i saw it now more data ba son who signal must not having that recent lows fit astronaut into suddendeath no lucy top shelf he asked in the event you went out and there was not an admission of madness the of the bus athleticism down he had the ronald reagan was already in possession of white i forget mess under there were not executive clemency growth you advise us medicines let me put a young sympathies and see if they will nimby bussereau vessel nasa said he is today is mind disorders and thought hard was he said cernan the funding and now at us in this thing would a piece of pessimism in connecticut line yet yes secrecy then what i sean let stiff less my brother thus fsa the president said that the deadend liz i mean tthat less mindless advocate that thing the rated better like his win now lean on human again hey you wanna come idea you'd that i'm sorry theme of bookings dhabi everyday pau gasol you said yo hey as the debts unit i did say though lehman day did at that point you and i know that wind you may not asking you die.

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"lesotho" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:56 min | 4 years ago

"lesotho" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Davis cup by this show of little another valued at y one two t employs donald trump was never settled you'll see this nice chunk of his home in lesotho had pat taliban thing to bed on the book night when my pension got navy divvy was also gives hope it's not sit idly nausea threatening what i saw it now more data ba son who signal must not having that recent lows fit astronaut into suddendeath no lucy top shelf he asked in the event you went out and there was not an admission of madness the of the bus athleticism down he had the ronald reagan was already in possession of white i forget mess under there were not executive clemency growth you advise us medicines let me put a young sympathies and see if they will nimby bussereau vessel nasa said he is today is mind disorders and thought hard was he said cernan the funding and now at us in this thing would a piece of pessimism in connecticut line yet yes secrecy then what i sean let stiff less my brother thus fsa the president said that the deadend liz i mean tthat less mindless advocate that thing the rated better like his win now lean on human again hey you wanna come idea you'd that i'm sorry theme of bookings dhabi everyday pau gasol you said yo hey as the debts unit i did say though lehman day did at that point you and i know that wind you may not asking you die.

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"lesotho" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"lesotho" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"Because you guys did introduce if rates but it's cosmetic ray purity cosmetic i mean cosmetic so we did one for games com just the test the system you know we've but we still have free crates in the game and we still do you know it's which on that that system but i think cosmetic microbes as actions purity cosmetic you know they're were good way to keep the games alive as i said like we spend millions of dollars per month on servers selling millions of copies every week anymore you know or at that details that the the sales was slowly tail off so you need some way to support the massive costs of running a game for millions of people you know and cosmetic boxes work um i i personally i i i don't know do people get angry about cosmetic i don't think i don't know i mean i think it's just when when they straight to enact in the game that's when people yeah and that's justified oh yeah i learned doctor shouldn't that never happened with us you know hours it's like for me it's a like a scan economy i think you know it rewards people like some guy sold the player unknown sas about a month ago and he he bought himself a volley with everything i was just from like lesotho and i love that i people treat me going thank you so much like i got this you know it's like i liked the people are rewarded for playing the game and this is something continue i've always been concerned about skins in the game like that's a really break color and actually makes it hinders you oh yeah if anything the skins make you or worse right add there's more visible exactly there's a guy in armagh three we have this scientists uniform that was all whites it was just quite from top tail light and overall and he's the players that just because it was an extra challenge rights are i am sure you'll get people like running around in the plight is things possible just winning a tournament yeah and like this saying in real life you gotta suffered tiller.

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"lesotho" Discussed on Rebuild

Rebuild

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"lesotho" Discussed on Rebuild

"And you will not lawyer who can accommodate in those two cool i'll take up a little salt with u aung lesotho's cut they must kuna nickel for the good i know that who couldn't say hey microsoft or sultanov award about the waiver they're willing to shocking it does on all stone all such that a group w that will cut and for vividly tamudo this guidance on at the scott known so that is what will help restore a soka at door de video physician song that script scripted adds ago borsa source they took the national uh must have up to video style not although what linseed it that a cut in hiked up night that's this may not quite or will because they are enough that will show cannot digital cushing by students go what are the next day one night now nice not good enough yeah other sk on each of skype predicting i got i missed on the skin of skype forgot sky pick up my my konishiki she naive disc it all um michael fit there gum in one night dear mm nozzle not yeah mukkaddas on my way to buy up by oaks there leaning towards a much wealth of emu on on soon there also a scion of she's uh she's stimulated on on udokan you suit toka sociocultural bokeun self saturday yet at the bucket up that up three as assistant monopoly for incidental degrade on their uh their cake staying madeup medical indications scuitto windows day media prieto wisconsin excellent.

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"lesotho" Discussed on Rebuild

Rebuild

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"lesotho" Discussed on Rebuild

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"lesotho" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"lesotho" Discussed on This Week In Google

"So when google stopped the explorer a program which is what you got your glass um i got eyeglass under jeff later later they will change was the schmuck program the fifteen are bucks that's how much we were 2000 for me what oak as you said bought the eyeball the the the the uh i got like our prescription like cut approach lesotho so that in january 2015 but according to a tech crunch it they never stopped run miller says they continue to sell glass to businesses they wanted them so the e which used to be explorer edition is now enterprise edition and they just announced the enterprise version on tuesday but glass never really left lot of companies g healthcare using it uh go glass was been used in the emergency room at umass medical school uh so is it never went away uh said that's really interesting and i guess i is underway in the by closet all day the yeah but it's not uh it's an interesting is a difference between glass which is really just having a proximate screen yes that you can read without using your hands or or looking away from your task versus hollow lens which really as you said stacy's is it's augmented rally super superimposing say instructions on top of what you're doing which i think we need more useful so the toothfish should just think about is both of them are form of the heads up display and both of them are getting information right and in the enterprise context it doesn't matter if it's like fancy a our information or if it's just lake uh it even instructions for how to fix something or a reminder of how many counts for cpr they gotta do like i i talk to a doctor who did a a cpr app for google glass in that was like it was basically a reminder for how to do cpr in this if you need it to add so at all here's a good example the rhythm unsee pure has changed and we're supposed to now do it by uh by a lower still stayed alive right a yet but that's different than away was before i know the rules are translated so you could have the bee gees play the google glass thought they did that will help the app to help you do it in the right rhythm.

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"lesotho" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"lesotho" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"That's what we do now wanna angelessan heritage climate and the hell it is it is awesome and also by the way not enough people being shot randomly a year after increased the percentages i i don't i don't get that part all right i encountered encountered guy who's driven to indignation the other day at my version of red tournaire which is metering lights i hate metering lights on onto the icao has at least i understand where the red arrows came from there out of control but i understand why they're there the metering lights are just a complete waste in my opinion and the well the red arrows the arrows are the green errors are good idea the rate should have they shouldn't digits should never turned read that you just went green and then just went neutral and you could dry but gotha metering lights out here in california i'm sure many places regulate the slow traffic to get on the freeway the one place where you are allowed to go fast slowing way waiter by my house and a lot of now a lot especially wes la they have two cars per green for evergreen two cars can go not everyone read that signed everyone's used to that they're used to the old one carper green around noon accident because that were argue here's the guy forty probably stop and it will cost two cars stand do car who garnered marine life schlais right next to each other to cars each lane progreen each lesotho four cars per with the effort ever well 'cause they they they they alternate they all nine zero as much as i do i am and frankly this is all on the sign which is a law rita is not for maith more growth all these drugs i never sat both directions signs.

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"lesotho" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"lesotho" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"That's what we do now wanna angelessan heritage climate and the hell it is it is awesome and also by the way not enough people being shot randomly a year after increased the percentages i i don't i don't get that part all right i encountered encountered guy who's driven indignation the other day at my version of red tournaire which is metering lights i hate metering lights on onto the icao has at least i understand where the red arrows came from there out of control but i understand why they're there the metering lights are just a complete waste in my opinion and the well the red arrows the arrows are the green errors are good idea the rate should have they shouldn't digits should never turned read that you just went green and then just went neutral and you could dry but gotha metering lights out here in california i'm sure many places regulate the slow traffic to get on the freeway the one place where you are allowed to go fast slowing way waiter by my house and a lot of now a lot especially wes la they have two cars per green for evergreen two cars can go not everyone read that signed everyone's used to that they're used to the old one carper green around noon accident because that were argue here's the guy forty probably stop and it will cost two cars stand do car who garnered marine life schlais right next to each other to cars each lane progreen each lesotho four cars per with the effort ever well 'cause they they they they alternate they all nine zero as much as i do i am and frankly this is all on the sign which is a law rita is not for maith more growth all these drugs i never sat both directions signs.

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"lesotho" Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"lesotho" Discussed on All About Android

"Lesotho's says wollek a flow problem that an android problem bill that injured and flow what can i tell you i voted bible does that and make say are more death will then of course the developers on landrights ardour gonna wanna get in that just as much tony and as a competition is healthy and kind of the expansion of awareness is good thing so i'm glad apples do this i hope google opens you know open sanggau up i think part of the tango device requirement is a limiting factor um you know in of apple can figure out how to do with the iphone with disabled equipment i think google should figure out a way to port tango were created aar solution that works with any android phone because then think about the potential of that yeah that would be we better than having to have a phone with like very specific amount of cameras and an infrared sensor right which is which is great because that helps us technology you mean we see how this technology is used jammed in like in dust more industrialized situations i just thinking of like how now say used tango and that's like really cool but anything about consumers and nobody as logic convince there's a lot to convince or consumer why they needed a by a device just to do a are at if you already have a device and now suddenly a cando are and i don't know if you guys saw the the there was a video of one specific project where they laid out on the table and actual tape measure hung and then they loaded up the air kit a app that was a tape measure up and basically virtually elated out side by side with the tape measure to show how accurate it was to realize full it was fixed.

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