20 Burst results for "Liles"

Losing Someone You Love

Mentally Yours

04:42 min | 3 months ago

Losing Someone You Love

"Everyone and welcome to Liles, Metro, cutty case mental health cost. And today on chatting to you andy, Langford of cruse bereavement care I'm going to be finding out from him. What charity does and also how we can all support? People who've lost loved ones during these difficult times. Chris has been around for sixty years S on. We suppose anymore. He's been bereaved and in the. That's historically been through provided an Walsall. Suppose Oh. Group support on face suffice face. Usually defined as a type of bereavement counselor. Both sadness over the last few years. We've been expanding all services to include lots of supporter. Of light shoots the A. Global pandemic. We've massively stepped on off helpline. She's offset response savage to people who need support that. We do a lot more on the on the web now and also on social media. Only also over the past few years, really dot mystified, so he did not small. Epilogue is around Pan Group support why people may with each? And facilitate supposedly I don't. On the seventies, wow Soviet Paul ships rounds people? Going for walks so doing creative things together. Which can certainly come? To speak with each other. There's lots of things that we do. To to help people and also to help people help each. It sounds pretty. Can you tell me a little bit more about the way that you've adopted during the pandemic in terms of the support you doing? Zoom meetings support, or is it that the phone line wants to the things that you will focused on? Yeah, absolutely I mean what we'd have. To and from all. Clients cruise is the at people tend to be different things at different times in the berets, but also each bereavement people experience as as so experiencing a different light so there there are different challenges different problems whatever even copes Lewis on. What we told this we shifted. Off Face to face. Remote remote suppose the majority of it is von telephone, and as a say, so his bond to help line, but also we provide ongoing support will. Provide decisive face. We now provide side, and we provide so what they suppo- by zoo, but a lot of all kinds continue to cited comfortable, speaking on the side and actually try to. The global, pump, Daddy, we will find out more and more people will save. They provides interactive aside because it gave the a sense at security and safety in that they could be as I'm transparency needed. Today is a felt comfortable. But Will Announce a little bit more than nobleness said was some value without the people, said the soul. Then finally they would transfer in that type. Anyway. Yeah I'd love if you could tell us a bit more about the helpline. What it's cooled sensitive when it runs in also what people can expect when the coalition as well. Yeah absolutely. Chris Pump Davick outline, and as it is, around, also rams weekdays. Three and that's three from nine thirty in the morning straits find the cheese night. Wednesdays incised is we started to call? On Saturdays and Sundays world so from ten am so to. On when you found out what you would do is, you would be able to speak with. A very volunteer, and that someone is fully trained at an experienced at taking those calls for people. If experienced bereavements an that can be any type of agreements it can be one is a GT band directly through covid nineteen. All, it can pay a brief of the amount of experienced over of years ago, but actually the the type of its heavy into out with every day around around how dynamic assault triggered those and difficult emotions difficult salt. Processes the municipal how to Cope Islands, so you can speak about those things as well.

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Minecraft Update Removes Mentions Of Notch, The Game's Creator

Latest In Tech News

01:24 min | 1 year ago

Minecraft Update Removes Mentions Of Notch, The Game's Creator

"Minecraft update. Latest one removes mentions of notch. The game's creator from the home screen. The latest Minecraft update makes a few changes to the decade old phenomenon. None more notable than the fact that the game splash screens have removed all mention of mine crafts creator, Markus notch Pearson. Previously games flash. Streams yellow text. You see when Minecraft boots up display Ryan messages in some of them reference them with stuff like made by not or the work of notch. As of the snapshot released earlier today Liles are all gone. We've reached out for fischel comment unreason? His name is now missing from the screens as possible background though. Microsoft is a game. That owns Minecraft played by millions of kids all over the world. Meanwhile, well, not going to encourage you to go looking into this. But apparently notch has become a conspiracy theorist who was increasingly erratic. Twitter behavior has led to a situation best described as I have to read this tweet because hilarious, son. This Minecraft game is great dad, dad. It is indeed son son who made it that. No, one hit came from space note that while his name has been removed from splash screens natch is still listed as a came creator in mind crafts credit. So it's about dang time. You

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Minecraft Update Removes Mentions Of Notch, The Game's Creator

Latest In Tech News

02:48 min | 1 year ago

Minecraft Update Removes Mentions Of Notch, The Game's Creator

"Minecraft update. Latest one removes mentions of notch. The game's creator from the home screen. The latest Minecraft update makes a few changes to the decade old phenomenon. None more notable than the fact that the game splash screens have removed all mention of mine crafts creator, Markus notch Pearson. Previously games flash. Streams yellow text. You see when Minecraft boots up display Ryan messages in some of them reference them with stuff like made by not or the work of notch. As of the snapshot released earlier today Liles are all gone. We've reached out for fischel comment unreason? His name is now missing from the screens as possible background though. Microsoft is a game. That owns Minecraft played by millions of kids all over the world. Meanwhile, well, not going to encourage you to go looking into this. But apparently notch has become a conspiracy theorist who was increasingly erratic. Twitter behavior has led to a situation best described as I have to read this tweet because hilarious, son. This Minecraft game is great dad, dad. It is indeed son son who made it that. No, one hit came from space note that while his name has been removed from splash screens natch is still listed as a came creator in mind crafts credit. So it's about dang time. You know, if I will somebody clowning around enough to go make his great really int- community founded based game and then just. Sell out, which is what he did. And then wonder why you walk into depression already ranted about this at length third. I actually haven't article about it at length on my site. Tech news. Gadget dot net. Yeah. I'm not too happy about all this one of the main reasons why stop playing Minecraft not to mention to the cell. Just kind of going to prove his point. If you're gonna go make stupid game in sell out to accompany. Then wonder why you spiral into a pit of the spread, depression, and despair. Y'all might wanna be reconsidering your life decisions, maybe at this point. So I'm not gonna say anymore on that before actually start going off on a rant as much as I know you guys really want to kinda have to rein it back. This is my own personal opinion, unless you have the same opinion. I love the chat if you have a different opinion. I love the chat as well. Like, I don't know probably made the best decision of all time. But you know it. Nine site really is twenty twenty I shot himself in a foot. He had a common.

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"liles" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"liles" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

"Period. You see somebody running away with a gun. Chase him. Don't you? Chase them. Stop them. Don't shoot them. And then this person who is in law enforcement said yeah, that's easy to say. After the fact in that moment, you don't know whether he's chasing somebody to kill them. That doesn't have a gun in that moment. You don't know. Whether he's about to shoot somebody else. You don't know who has what you don't know. What's going on, you know, your hands? Sweaty palm sweaty knees onto heavy you know, you just pointed getting ready to go on stage. You know, you don't have what's going on his point. And so you fire hoping that you're making the right decision in killing somebody who may have been a bad person. And it's fifty fifty. So that's why the person this person in law enforcement said why may not be justified you may be understandable, which they're sliver right there today. Call reasonable doubt was a well. I. You as an officer on the scene, you might be trying to. Eliminate the problem, but you said in a crowded mall with those shots could literally hit anybody. If you're if that person is in the line of sight with this weapon by the time you fire someone else running away. Could have easily come in between that and you could have killed your person to why. If if what you're trying to stop the person, why do you law enforcement Liles, why do you have to shoot to kill? Why can't you shoot to deescalate? Okay. So here's the thing. And this is this is this post on Facebook. There's thing is a as shoot to wound. Is no such thing as shooting to disagree. Here's why there's no such thing as shooting to. All right. Your hand. Just like you said the in split second somebody can move by if I'm aiming for arm or a leg. I had the possibility of missing that small space and shooting something that I'm not shoe that if I'm aiming for center bass have a better chance of neutralizing threat. I'm not shooting somebody to incapacitating them the moment, you fire firearm, if somebody you need to be ready to destroy whatever that around is. That's the bottom line. I can't. You can't agree with you on that question. If I have a firearm. I'm coming at you. If you're coming at me weird situation, this it has a different. What I'm saying? Is what I'm saying? Okay. If I have a firearm, and I'm coming at you. Where are you gonna try to shoot me? Again, no answer that question answered equity. I got a follow up question. Okay, cinemas. Okay. If I'm running from you. Where you're gonna try to shoot me. If you're it depends on the situation. Okay. So where do you think you gonna shoot me? It depends on the situation. Okay. What about what are your options? Do you think you hit my leg? If I'm reading stand up. I'm FM stand-up. Just tell me just tell me. Okay. This is an audio medium. Ah? We don't have any. Oh, yet, y'all. Stay tune. If you're the way it's very easy for me shoot here to stop. You. Choose pointing at his chest back. Okay. Okay. This is the escalate keel. Keel. Is look at it though, that's still center mass. Which is why there's there's there's a it's still shot to Q because think about it you shoot me in my lower back. You have the risk of getting spun the risk of hitting my liver kidneys this stomach stomach shot. If it goes through and through, but the there's more mass there for to stop the round true enough, but still center mass you still shooting to kill. That's what I'm telling you when people say shoot to wound a lot of times shooting somebody in the arm or the leg shoulder, if you ever my shoulder, you can miss me completely hit somebody who didn't even shoot at. This is again more than anything. It's the running away part for me in a crowded situation. And I have issue with that too. Which is why I say three time, which is why it is unjustified three times. The guy said it was understandable three times. And I get it. I'm not making officer. I'm just I'm just I want to prepare anybody this podcast. That that's gonna use for that sliver of reasonable doubt. That get him off any of those shots. One. Will stop dropped him..

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"liles" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"liles" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"So we mailed off his saliva to twenty three and me sub Saharan African so that's swimming around in my DNA, but what you may not know both twenty three and me and ancestry confirm. Your genetic information could be disclosed to law enforcement. If they have a warrant, according to twenty three and me law enforcement has requested information for five American customers. But so far the company reports it has not turned any information over we would always review requests and taking on a case by case basis ancestry self reports that it did comply with twenty fourteen search warrant to identify a customer based on a DNA sample. If you have a family member who's shipped off their saliva to one of these companies law enforcement can request their genetic information for what's called familial matching. They can see what the likelihood is of these certain Liles of these genetic markers. Matching up to make it likelihood whether you were involved in that, let's say criminal activity or not. But there is a loophole. I literally set my kid saying my name is Billy, Bob. You can use any name when you want to when submitting your genetic material. Now, if you're a family member have already used a service, both ancestry and twenty three and me allow you to delete DNA results. I too. So are you going to delete your results? Now, I didn't know that was a possibility. Find out what the deletion process is getting minds off of there. Should this be should the authorities? You know, I feel like to James. Fizzle watcher. Should they thought he'd be eight access your DNA material that you sent in trying to find out if you would white or not? You'd radical verb you as as is made, but you drag because you really did you. You know, what I'm saying that you could know, you know, nobody won't be black more. You just want you trying to see whether you're sub Saharan Africa eastern Africa, west, whatever. But you don't censor stuff here. Do you now want to delete? Now, they're saying twenty three and me let you go and deleted. You know, as I said once the can you on wrinkle bail really, did, you know, let me just ask you this. Did you know that you're that? You're stuff was really subject to a police warrant. Did you just stuff was subject? He'll police war for four eight nine two two seven zero three four four eight nine two two seven zero three. And now that you do know that it is are you wanting to now, delete your information? You would never have turned it in. If you did if you knew that it was subject to police access fo- for eight nine two two seven zero three they match you your DNA would that at the crime scene, here nickname? We know you chop wood triple sleigh. With dribbles lead. You know, nothing about probably a dead again. You might be job with the driven triple killer. Folks. Ovoid do two zero three we might need for them to add DNA that little bit. You put out there. You'd be living Negbi doubt. He would demand that could at grass on the colder day in januar- here. He's act murderer. You knew he was a little bit off. You didn't know how he was let go to Tony in south DeKalb county. Tony, how are you? How you doing? I'm doing good. Like I did. Gratified. Africa you from now police pulling up. Because I'm not I got like you said, maybe maybe he is. So you said the guy Miller. I do. Grabwood ice on the ground. It's got to be starting role some be wrong with our bidding wondering up, so we can try to verify Mason. Ms off about this. Okay. Here's the thing. Man. Okay. If they're gonna find out that they convicted that guy because they gotta be did. They gotta be there. And they said that that was it. I don't trust right. I'm tim. I mean, it might not really be me what they say. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. DNA now has become so reliable. You know, once they get on the stand and say, well, you know, they put a scientists who can explain what DNA years they said, they capture your from one of these sites. Is a perfect match due to one. The DNA found on the woman's, you know, underwear one that was found inside the scene, and, you know, next thing, you know, Tony you went from dead Regla guy, a new book the man who killed more people in Louisville Jack do. You know, what I'm gonna do? I believe in the DNA what I'm saying. Doc. The planet somewhere. Right. And there are no doubt. Just like an old OJ Simpson now planted evidence. Now. Yeah. Give it don't fit. You must acquit. I could see a lot going on with it. Thank you. Tony macaulay. I really could see a lot going on this. I mean, really and let me just let you know. So that, you know, more than one point two million customers have said this alive. Oh, two twenty three and me in two hundred three and me and even the biggest one which one is bigger. What is what ancestry dot com? I don't know if that's did for black people. One of them is primarily up but ancestry and such that come. I think is where bud. Did you realize that your DNA? Information. Could in fact, you know, with the police after you spend into look up, and would you be calling Twenty-three in me? And counseling your results. They said, they they can you can have UNESCO deleted Google that for me, see what twenty three and me process is delete. Delete. They're fine. Take them out at a database of whatever, you know. It ain't never deleted even just w delete on this, computer. Is a a forensic computer? Gagging. Finally, every stroke that you have made on one of these things. Four four eight nine two two seven zero three DNA ancestor dot com African ancestry in all of this. You try to find out if you from Angola in the police trying to find out who did you pull that shop on somebody? We'll be back as news and talk thirteen eighty w okay?.

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"liles" Discussed on Spit

Spit

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"liles" Discussed on Spit

"Your skin, literally. So you're not crawling with pain everywhere. Bright all those things have now changed because of the biology of the drug, and when you take the drug away, you experienced severe pain diarrhea like these things happen. You bodies doesn't make it anymore. Right. Yeah. And you and so this pain reliever that you bought a used to make naturally for itself. You body has now disrupted how works, and it has changed that is a an absolutely biological fact of what happens to attic. Now, the fact that that happens we used to think is the only reason why people got addicted to heroin because they couldn't stop the heroin use afterwards. But we know and I'm wondering about your experience in the same thing at some point, you kicked it. So at some point even that was not enough to keep you from the. A useful. What was the difference to me? The difference becomes the psychological components. The environmental component to the spiritual components. Yeah. Something changed about those other ones that allowed you to push through the biological piece. Because of logical beat will never go away. It will always be there. What to me is interesting. And why I wrote the book about the absence myth is people pretend like recovery like getting over it. And we just kind of find a hope that was good enough you define what addiction is it is. But I want to jump in with because you talk about sort of overcoming the biology which for this show comes back to genetics and predetermination of predisposition or heredity or inheritance of proclivity to have an addictive personality or an addictive physiology. So where are genetics in the story of what addiction is sure as an umbrella to all this. I wanna make sure that we stay connected to the idea that while biology, absolutely matters. There is no known period point blank. Predetermined genetic makeup specific combination of Liles genes that creates an addict or an alcoholic that does not exist. People talk about an alcoholic personality. Addictive personality. They're talking about the more complex thing that we were talking. All right genetically. There are actually a few dozen markers. That are important when it comes to us understanding whether somebody is more or less likely to become an attic. But the thing is they run the gamut from how your liver processes the drugs, right? So for instance, we know that there's a an illegal call ale the H two two which has to do with a specific enzyme in your liver that helps break down one of the byproducts of alcohol aldehydes, if you can't breakdown aldehydes and formaldehyde it'll be knows.

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"liles" Discussed on V103

V103

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"liles" Discussed on V103

"Liles bundled wheel lead stop we can do the damn thing all right here we go that is on the wheel all right here we go number one they're in jail again you always take more food than you can bring from a party whatever your uncle is your daddy i love that four look dude it's time for you to cut all of that off now number five man your nerves are bad due to last yeah we do well we do see now we're gonna find out who really funny go ahead j man when you say hello to somebody hello what did you mean by hello hello what hello in the morning afternoon people speaking to me my day yet and i did get one was so damn good about i'll tell you bad when it is sound you hear and you jump like a car backfiring would you.

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"liles" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"liles" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Yes he was nominated receive email this often that your nomination have song and john what a great way like a roll now are nominated i well full service value news in ran artists fans can't support wendy air online all here on red carpet ardi and sample you're single create then the may begins the meat and your students session will announce all nominees and winner of this polidori allegories tell the people all about the benefits of being part of groundbreaking really here's the beauty of the way out what was going to be you don't have to travel off why it's closer pc map top tablet voice of foam with injury just the money will say okay liles another your money could be other this studio the savings were twenty five dollars something big show your entry category dress code eating in the competent wherever you are watching out you can drive freeze family members all watching the show on a big screen tv that have if if you will your category you can paul show and keep your fifth talk long like thinking that people support you without people rushing state playbook could tell you view when the show what a great way to joy show without there's store nominated art gonna tell you about the takeaway making me excited i can't wait thinks of you for all the nominated artwork for your will be added to special web piece that will have leak to where people can listen to the sample that you're and purchase an mp three on.

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"liles" Discussed on Still Buffering

Still Buffering

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"liles" Discussed on Still Buffering

"Fine a gun no why did we choose this woman to make a clone arm terrible this thorough listen my bigger concern is how are we providing health care for all of my clones could we talk about that i think what the i think the rebel alliance just needs to clone you and that's how you counter the stormtroopers guests cindy's i actually think this is timely to talk about because i think that not that this is what our episode is not about how i'm gonna get cloned i hope not but i think the court appointed did an episode referencing like the dangers of sending near dna off to corporations and i've always wanted to do something like twenty three in mirian sestri or something i probably should have listened to their absorb before i did yeah like what like six abukar locations like if you watch black mirror but like what can they actually do with my dna that would affect me i mean i suppose that you could put on my foil hat and tell you lots of scary things but in real in real life i think that they probably will use it for research purposes if they i mean 'cause they have it have your dna they can and i would say that in the disclaimer which is large and you did not read it not read that they will they would have told me that they'll use my dna to like figure out percentages of people various liles and different mutations and different positions genetic code and things like that.

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"liles" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"liles" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Will be different depending on the energy type so if you have type a blood you have a antigens on the blood cell membrane all right but you may have tight be antibodies antibody and the blood plasma why because you're not a you're not be you're a that's right so you get these genes from your mom and your dad oh now you've got multiple liles past there are six possible gina types and four fina types based on these abo so for example a and b are pretty dominant they're more dominant than oh so if you get an o from your dad and an a from your mom you're probably going to be a taipei blood if you get well actually you may get a you may get like an eight oh and b o and that's how you could get oh oh oh what type was a very recessive it's harder to get even though typo blood is more common if one of your liles as a and the other one is now you're going to be ab so a person will have gone either an aid for mom or dad or both or an unwilling to be a oh my mommy gave you a b and my daddy gave either going to be or no or i have the oh it happens could i got antibodies to ablett so don't give me a blood because i will fight it baby we've got an aid for mama at a b from that but you are universal recipients because you have ab blood you don't have antibodies against eight or b because you aren't allowed to fight yourself well you're not supposed to which means you are the universal recipient if you're a b you are lucky because you can get a while we have people that you could get it you're a universal recipient yet if your blood you got antibodies because so you can't just get air be blood typo blood that's tougher but we like you more because you can donate your blood type o blood right is is better received because it doesn't have an antibody or a b antibody does that make sense i guess yeah by your blood type because we all at the vegetables anyway one eight seven seven duck valley don't go away.

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"liles" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"liles" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Things will be nominated for january out of the five signet at songs however the other for singles that were not nominated will move over to february to be considered for nomination in that month along with any other accepted singles in that month in the jazz category what this means is that artists who submit their single in january or as soon as possible we'll have the most opportunities to be nominated until june thirtieth two thousand eighteen the same is true for all of the other seven categories by june thirtieth two thousand eighteen we should have six nominees for each of the eight categories for a total of forty eight nominees angel thinks to me he was nominated received the email this often that knowledge your nomination have been of song and john what a great way electoral now that are nominated i believe well full service volume news in parties so fans can't support wendy vince bear online oh here i red carpet arty and sample of your single that create from then the may begin the meters and yours yana angel special will announce all nominees and winner of this category tell the people all about the benefits of being part of our groundbreaking a few really here's the the the way out what's what's gonna be you don't have to travel on why pc map top tablet voice deal phone with the injury just the money will say airfare stations okay liles and others it's your money could be utilized for other points fifth studio what did you the savings and loan worth.

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"liles" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"liles" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Interesting holograms glances a try nuclear tied repeat so there's a that meaning there the gene defect is a repeating sequence of three nuclear tides and they are are that the greater the number of copies of those three nuclear tides the greater the penetrates the more severe the disease and the earlier at eight earlier you get it yes so the two that disease also displays what's called anticipation because you will get because the usually the first person to come to medical attention is not the first person with the defect yet her parents had it but they cause of gaza's also amplification so amplification means it gets worse with each generation anticipation means somebody will have had the the genetics prior to the first person to express the phenotype but that's a really interesting see if there's something maybe even like on like propensity toy cancer like if you have a bracket gene or something like that that's going to have a really low penetrates averting so the penetrates only applies to diseases which are inherited but not you'd we don't use that term when you talking about diseases that are predisposed so godhra you haven't so that not even low penetration sat something completely i chose the latter search a predisposition it's not inherit of all right so in herbal mean she did gene equals the disease predisposition means just more likely to get the disease if you have is gene versus that aleo liked that we have identified a liles that predisposed to alzheimer's but alzheimer's has not an inherited wealth disease it's a disease that has genetic predisposition so we have to make that distinction as well i already get and there's even other layers there but that there is so does get complicated we're talking about genetic inheritance but yeah and this fund to know that there's all these other layers there you know who just what you just happen to bring up an example that was particularly complicated by now drug i wanted i knew him up.

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"liles" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"liles" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The driving layup on the baseline jonah camilla can takes the pass and makes the reverse and it's fifty 438 ordained by 16 at the ten forty one marco half number two hours of led by as many as twenty two points of the game joe go up top it comes to kholsa pflueger back the colson down lowkey cabin gavin liles into the lane work on route jump hook in the lane gesture pitched short and the rebound has pulled down by marcus carpool bring it over the record strike car between the circles card a billion milligan and he's passes deflected by federal out of bounds pit will retain possession t j gives coming back for joe go joke girl has really come on to be one of those fussell stat guys of late at nine rebounds against wake forest didn't score but he played a huge role in the game billy basketball now between the circles inelegant relate to his left milligan shovels it in the corner to cameron davis really launches with three and mississippi gaba now hands it off the feral gerald a pflueger pflueger crosscourt pass gibbs fakes the three drives baseline bounce past what cutting gavin who can't make the layup brown got a piece of it gavin gets it back and brought swatches shot away and milligan junior picks up the loose ball a heady throws it left side the davis who drives and he shot a swat it out around why ponzi colson body thereby jeopardize well gibbons stop the forward progress and abbasi swatted it into the love of aged above used every less inch of his wingspan there maybe gotta a fingernail on that one but good enough for his third block of again and good to see his life back on the.

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"liles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"liles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Basically it brings us this projection is where individual policy makes to the federal reserve police these rights will be over the coming years and then it shows the market pricing and typically craig leaves to a spread with the market pricing below where the fed projects rights to be in the future that spread isn't there in 2018 that spread its close the market has moved up to the federal reserve what do you make of that craig i i think it is something that we paid close attention to since the fed begin raising rate who the disparity or the the disconnect between mr martic them then what the fed is saying so i think it what the what we're seeing now is just the belief that it will finally after many months market perceptions than mr market the outlook has taught bars where shortterm interest rates will be moving are really coming honor coming in line with the fed been so you know it it's kind of a normalization of something that hasn't the where there's been a big this act over many months who's done better in this move craig at the beginning of a move is many suggest a higher yields a bar strategy of owning short end owning long orum were ladder to portfolio which does better in our view is that there is any benefit to eat it by my are thought is that the you know it in in an environment like this having exposure to the full curve makes a lot of sense and you know the reason being that you wet when we look at right now is that there's been a lot of movement to short short end of the curve feeling that that stuff that pay for a place to be with the longer end liles moving up at the longer rent that's the opportunity that you really wanna maybe extend duration and portfolios here too because in our view you know the fed hasn't isn't going to adopt a more aggressive stance is still going to be a variety liberte and grass pace and you know each uh kind of each each rate hike that we do get from the fed in.

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"liles" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"liles" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Jack radio like chad benson likes his liles the perfect place for takeout god is the holly day that i love so much is that a holiday pub at night we spend a lot of money fifteen that we must money we spend on animals this year i was amazed at like thirty forty million people are going to dress up their animals and costumes hot dog and pumpkin the to number number two and number one costumes for your critter hot dog looks great if you got a wiener dogan he gets a little bonds it's hilarious i see them like that's cute right like that's very give the pumpkin thing i guess it's okay but there was this this is this is how you know where the greatest nation on earth we spend hundreds of millions of dollars and throughout the year billions of dollars on our critters that's that's it say that is it say and some of you listening right now to save your beloved pets you've spent thousands of dollars yeah producer phil house the cat search going by the way cats are going well actually have my little kitty starter kit sitting on my desk us awesome and the name joe is a boy or girl it's a girl but it's going to be called basement cat basement cat as opposed to the ordeal in the act ceiling we do though we spend millions of billions of dollars on our critters end somebody out there listening.

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"liles" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"liles" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"The people and i would really love to see everyone just have fun enjoy again i i would love to see that returned to this business and and what i've lost my train of thought to what i what i do want to say is that these girls have told me their stories and if this business and this behavior does not does not change i will have no problem attaching those stories to people on social media because if you can't behave in the right way in this business can't be nice to people with you can't take people for who they are and realized that they have feelings and they have lives in everything you say and do to them can completely either be the best thing that ever happened to them or the worst thing that ever happened to them if you're going to continue to bully this business and bullied these girls then it is time to call at your behaviour because you don't deserve to be in this business so that is how i would like to leave today and i'm sorry this is not another bouquet of roses but i feel it's important to say these things in it's important to open this door and i really hope that people will be more kind and more thoughtful about how they treat people and for any girl that feels like that she can't or any boy that they can't fight up against the system contact me i am happy to be your voice voice is a completely different kind of fashion industry gathering bringing together the movers shakers in trailblazers of fashion and uniting them with the big thing there's an entrepreneur is an inspiring people who are shaping the wider world through a programme of provocative tongs interactive discussions on forgettable hind series voices sparks ideas solves real world challenges my connecting fashion industry leaders and entrepreneurs with visionaries liles as diverse as science technology health and wellness rude rail politics the art and philosophy and milan room voices will be happening again in december two thousand seventeen if you like this time please do saved the day look lookout for more information and business and national dot com slash voices meridian's remains for listening to the business of fashioned rolling review like what you hear pleas give us a rating and subscribe today.

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"liles" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"liles" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"So he's got a lot going for him but the fact is he also had a lot to learn about the nfl games so it was a logical was that he would put his training liles on wall tom savage uh until tom savage lost the job now he was pretty precocious watson was in training camp so honestly i can't fault bill o'brien for making a change this quickly and i also can't fall him for starting tom savage because savage when he had played before had played at a c plus level um he was awful yesterday and he didn't get a lot of help from his offense of lying and mtv's peter king brought to us by nfl game pass further to that point peter unit ray point take about this morning jagr's offensive line coach pat flared at your guy surrendering zero sacks the vaunted texas front if you told me that it all of a sudden they're of their offense was going to look at at that's one thing but the defense to look so short that was surprised wasn't it it was shocking i thought it was really shocking i mean you know to get out fact tend to nothing by the direction bill gangwar coop yeah i say this about the jaguar as a matter of fact i told us the gold marrone last night when i was talking to us i said to me you guys are your franchisers been yearold a little boy you cried wolf every year all my god this year to jaguar stern the corner and every year jaguar stink so i said prove it to me is this year and in our own so i agree that i'm tired of hearing about our talent we had a produce.

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"liles" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"liles" Discussed on The Starters

"What is the higher z we were on disease bath probably others receivers i don't think no i think we're on the way i think we're on the waiting list for demobilised heating live someone's got a lot of before exactly well there's a spot i think cathy griffin minority on just like that of the club right maybe mp kathy griffin she she needs work but it's not for me to decide this is think like you're out vegas party pera silting gets up to the deejay booth take the mic she's like hey the idea the delist is they actually would want to almost come to this party being made it yeah i only need it more than anything could hanging onto that little bit of fame they have got voted to liles has raised on the list here if i was a dealer celebrity i wouldn't go to his party probably try to kill you so he could take your spot and then finally six category is fast food cater so you can be catered over and above the salty snacks and you you can only pick one fastfood placed to caterer okay j okay so the in a in a draft order decided before the show the first pick in the draft goes to me is the either we picked a numbers out of a habit i'll tell you right now i don't want the first pick the mont very confident about my theme theme is the worst one a have the number one is what are the chances that we're gonna say the same theme yet a sort of agree with says anyone want first to start a signing trade pick trades are in player i'm willing to trade the number one pick for so that means you get lucky file for you you get mine number one pick is that what you're saying look i don't know i'm saying i'm night i'm not setting the bar that hi i'll trade you for your you know second pickens something else.

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"liles" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"liles" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Radio radio like chad benson likes his liles come to the perfect place for takeout thanks for tuning into chad benson show my name is casey barth allen yuan sitting in cali four four three four 424 23 that's eight four four dig chad as a ridiculous story wanted to share with you on long beach california man has sued the california state lottery commission alleging he was wrong fully denied a five million dollars scratcher ticket prize because his 16yearold son bought the winning ticket now 16yearold aren't allowed to play lottery talking about age restrictions assaf our year old aren't allowed to play the lottery so you have to be 18 to play the la you know the eighteen the by the ticket all nine yards ward thomas says los angeles superior court lawsuit alleges failure to ditch discharge a mandatory duty breach of cadre contract negligence and both intentional and negligent representation the suit seeks unspecified damages by the way when there looking for unspecified damages they want you to fill a tractor trailer up with hundreds and back into their yard that's what they're looking for whenever you see unspecified damages so he not only wants five million that he's not entitled to he wants more thomas says his son bought five scratcher tickets at a mobile station on october six teeth by exchanging other winning tickets one of the five was a winning ticket with a five billion dollar proud.

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"liles" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"liles" Discussed on Before the Millions

"Can you can go into orbit which was to use outage air butter were major decided to do is liles beat us up not learned about being in by yemeni at route being a sales and marketing so unique selling proposition is up dinette you offered to your consumers that's unique to your business model in all lead unique to your audience that's different from everybody else so if you wanna great example is is if you look at amazon in you think of our amazon the first thing that you think up when you visit their site is proud in handled a condition you the think about the or if you look into top lefthand corner says amazon running the luckless if when you go to look at the shipping time estimated on website it says estimated shipment time than a says was gonna be if you order with then you go to check out is is hey you want to day shipping either free crime account in seoul they meet the conditions say hey you can get this extra service for free just our aim a small fleet another thing is when you think of omar was the first thing that you think go up all the first than you think of as low price now you don't the customs service stir that that was he didn't like a low price amix or or if you think about our is his thing so when you gotta look at retail so you know you look at walmart now most people the app the will places that are a little bit warfare what with that reason highly can shore or for muslim is because they give a better service in entered a store.

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