21 Burst results for "Mahara"

"mahara" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:36 min | 3 months ago

"mahara" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"I know that you're a big dodger. Fan were what what went through your mind today. Well i i knew about the dodgers because my grandpa he was like oh in spanish all orville mahara another you know like the bass was the best so just hearing about first thing through. My daughter had on and let's go. Yeah for sure ban you know. It is especially in the latino community men. When it comes baseball everybody loves the lakers. There's not debating that but everybody i can. I can thirteen people who probably don't okay. Well there you go. Clippers clippers any owner you know. It is one of those things that the latino community you remember. Originally there was some things going on there. Right with the franchise back in the sixties because of the way. The stadium was bill but they regained all that. And that all fernando to your point nosy. Which is why. I always believed that. You've always made such a great point about him needing a statue or him needing to be recognized. More really help that. And i think lasorda and his belief in fernando nick was a was a big part of that too and and you know so beloved in that community are the dodgers But you know. Greg funny story did you tell it on the air. Did you tell us off the about your friends. Who approached lasorda and a trout jersey. That was mason that somebody tech tweeted into mason. He talked about it. Oh i see. Because the f- the in one of the great quotes that tommy had was about the angels. He said the only angels in los angeles are in heaven. And they're looking down on the dodgers. There's a lot of those moments but we talked about how he would be one of these dudes. That doesn't didn't care about you. Know making fun of death or whatever. He had a tombstone. As i mentioned earlier arash markazi. Many years ago on espn dot com. Had a story about that in his office But we talked to withstand about him and tommy and him wanting to haunt the mound in the afterlife brianna. I think we have that audio somewhere. If we have that audio it's only forty five seconds. I would love to hear tommy. Describe how he's going to haunt the mound in the afterlife and again we're you know we're going to be on the mound here pretty soon as pitchers and catchers reporting in about six weeks if we have it. Let it rip. I love this place. Sometimes i sit here. And i can't believe blue heaven on earth and that's what i think i used to say. Hey if you wanna get to heaven you gotta go through dodgers stadium.

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Fighting continues in Ethiopia's Tigray

UN News

03:17 min | 4 months ago

Fighting continues in Ethiopia's Tigray

"Is reportedly ongoing in ethiopia tigray region despite official claims to the contrary and civilians are suffering dreadfully. Your rights chief. Michelle bachelet said on wednesday warning of grave allegations of abuse violations against noncombatants. The high commissioner for human rights said that towns including mckellar sharia and abby abbiati were affected as well as areas bordering the mahara region. The development follows several weeks of fighting between federal forces and militias loyal to the tigray. People's liberation front dplf which has caused mass displacement inside tigray and beyond misbash let told journalists in geneva that the situation was exceedingly worrying volatile and as she had worn previously spiraling out of control. We have corroborated information of gross human rights violation abuses including indiscriminate attacks against civilians and civilian objects looting abductions and sexual violence against women and girls we have also reported forsell wittment of grand us to fight against their own communities the high commission called for independent monitoring of the human rights situation in tigray before appealing to the government to fulfill the prime minister's pledge for humanitarian access and access to water electricity and other basic needs corruption has thrived under the coronavirus pandemic. The un secretary general has said insisting that profiteer's must not be allowed to exploit the rollout of new vaccines noting. How governments were spending rapidly to provide emergency support and procure medical supplies and tony guitars warned that it may be weaker the development of vaccines and treatments added to the risk of bribery and graft he said in his message for international anti corruption day on wednesday night of december stimulus funds and vital emergency resources must not be diverted. The un chief continued adding that recovery from the pandemic must include measures to prevent graft in all its forms in addition to draining resources from people who need them. Bribes undermine trust in institutions and deepen the vast inequalities exposed by the virus misty guitarist and global force displacement has passed the eighteen million markers existing and new conflicts and the coronavirus pandemic have dramatically affected the lives of vulnerable people this year. The data issued by the un refugee agency unhcr represents an increase of five hundred thousand people. Since last year in its report on people forced to leave their homes released on wednesday urinate said the overall total included nearly forty six million internally displaced more than twenty nine million refugees and four point two million asylum seekers it comes. Despite the un secretary general's global ceasefire appeal in march at beginning of the pandemic unhcr said pointing to violence in syria. The democratic republic of the congo mozambique somalia and yemen. All of which have driven new displacements in the first half of this year. Significant new displacement has also been registered across africa's central suhel region civilians are subjected to brutal violence including rape and executions the un agency warned some of the measures to curb the spread of course nineteen had made it harder for refugees to reach safety. Unhcr continued in april one hundred sixty eight countries fully or partially closed their borders. It said with ninety countries making no exception for asylum seekers daniel johnson un

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Pre-marriage encounters

Not Another Mum Pod

07:04 min | 7 months ago

Pre-marriage encounters

"Task Do you have any funny stories about meeting with its when yourself or your family members anyone. I really have any money ones for myself but I remember my sister. had. Quite a few I've gone sister. And we as older than me. She's -solutely. Stunning right especially with women younger like every single person who met have, which is four head over heels in love with her you know what? Out of assist designed really know which one you're talking about. Exact. Back in the day like she had everyone off to have right and my dad had been desperately trying to marry her off Sushil. Sixteen bit like your dad a few also worried that she doesn't know all run off with somebody else. Too much interest to competent hurry up and so her house from when she was sixteen, he was like trying to find people who by his which is bringing the wrong people my sister she was he job she prays all that she's not the most religious person Navy format, but he would bring in these proper holy problem on up types. Yeah. And I remember one like into the House and she must have been about eighteen at the time. Else fourteen and he had a really really big bed heels skinny his very clock initial show Wa Camis at the top Ian. Getting shoes. I, pull off when she saw him right. Anyway, so they're in the room together and wadden whose idea was to be in the room as well. Yeah. Fourteen year old mock anthem his sister was in the room to. So he sister spoke the whole time she didn't get a single word in heating guessing wanted the system which is going on on on on her. For about half an hour and see my sister she's looking at me Schlep peas get me out. Get me out of here. Right. So finally our top the courage to say so do you have any questions for my sister? DISA- quickly jumped in she'll slide say questions and often all these different things and finally my sister was like so what you're looking for in a wife and he was mortified that she'd even spoke Nina he was looking at the floor was bright van. Dislike, he mumbled something and we're like, sorry what did you say his? Piety and that was it. Literally, that will only word. He said the whole time. Right they left the house. My Dad was how did it go musters smoking happening, right? Mom Fund straight away and then she was like, yeah, we really liked everyone. We're interested WANNA go ahead and my dad was like he didn't know missing. I don't know what came over him. He told my sister. You know what? You tell them that you don't WanNa marry the. Alcohol and tell him. You know what you told the by just did and she's long in that utility Lonard even though the didn't say one way to me I'm not saying it and who's like what I'm working if my friend yeah, you keep saying not everybody you ruining relationships with everyone you didn't. Do it. Are. List on. The worst. Be Locking someone's misery. Have I wore her that could won Gina I have so many like we could do another show on them seriously I have got so many one of the most funny ones the I'll tell you about is I went to Bangladesh on a holiday you know what that means you know a lot. Marriageable Age or was on holiday is a marriage or trip? Yeah. I was twenty three, maybe twenty four and I was quite capable. I may say not obviously not like now but anyway I was in prime shall I say and so it was a normal day I didn't even know why I dressed up for no reason. No I just decided I'm going to dress up today had Mahara had coupon the comedian and the community itself was really small as well. I'M mmj Just came in a he knew he was avoiding me actually he was hitting me like like the plague and I wondered what was up with him. He sent somebody to tell me to look decent because someone's coming to see me and I was like no way. I went mad. You can't just spring a guy on me and out of rebellion I just decided not to get change. They can see me as Western as I look you know even though I was Bring Asian. My show. Great. I went to the hairdresser's yesterday. It was really sure and I just refuse to wear anything traditional. Oh, look any different than what I was wearing just if you want them to come and see me, they have to see me how I am and my dad didn't. Surprise. You didn't get clue slaps. On No, I didn't but you just wait until you hear what happened. I thought you have got one up on everyone I'm just GonNa stay like this. Anyway they came and guess who came. Not. The guy but the whole family came except for the guy and I was like if there's no guy, why am I meant to look at hia pardoned? The Guy was traveling on the parents didn't want wait for the guy to fly to. Bangladesh at some point. So they thought while I was dead they will just catch me Davis worth him meeting you Chinnawat decides never happened before. So horrified sounds like what is the point of all this? So anyway, the mum. Came bless her. She was really sweet. You know my told my sister I. Don't know if I've told you before she's really attractive and very young king and everybody like says, she's really the Patrick. Bengali. doted material and so she was really shook the cool. Very friendly sociable. So she was looking into Kenyan they the mother in no the potential mother. No, she was like staring at my sister on like all wise and she went door or in no wise in at her. Look at such long and I was sitting opposite the lady and my art was sitting next to me. I just whispered to my artists at you a bit. She thinks my sister knows me I. Don't know why I said that it's just the way the mother was looking at my sister. No. Mantis was like, no way of course she knows it's you. I said now look at look at my sister, nor this is going beyond long gang is this is. This is this is my daughter knowing that kind of on my on very politely said so you've met officer, the Commun- office in the Bengal Leeway. Were heavy and she put her arms around my bear arms and kind of shoved me a bit. Frontal. This is enough this. You know I'm the look of shock on the mother thinks. She saw did A. Hundred Sixty degrees ton and faced me. She was like that. Does that sad what Sandra I? Looked to me like what the Hell it's you oh my God and then she started looking at me with fresh eyes and obviously you look long just turned to disappointment. and. Then that disappointments turn to quiet defeat an acceptance before she left she gave me you know sometimes give you a gift giving a. Book to though isn't it? Yeah. She gave me this book. How did you know Oh my God? She she gave this book. I took it obviously, but I just feel so sorry for Hasso oppo you. You know you didn't get the DOJ want

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Daniel Goleman: The Mind and Meditation

The Wisdom Podcast

09:41 min | 1 year ago

Daniel Goleman: The Mind and Meditation

"I have the pleasure of speaking with Daniel Goldman to claim psychologist and author of several books including the international bestseller emotional intelligence. Why Can Madam Molden? Iq Daniel has written extensively on the connections between human psychology science and contemplative practice and their practical applications in both leadership and in everyday life in this conversation. Daniel talks about his early years at Harvard where he earned his PhD in psychology and how encounters with great teachers such as Ramdas took Kunar remedy and many others would pave the way for his research on meditation and Non Western theories of mind unlike he studies in psychology which largely focused on the content of the mind. By-pass enough focused on the process. Which was tremendously exciting Daniel. He then discusses how mindfulness and meditation topics not will receive. Graduate advises have evolved within the United States and within American culture most profoundly. Daniel discusses his most recent work on climate change. He off is extraordinarily astute insights on how the human mind grapples with the difference between imminent verses symbolic threats and how these translates into the world of capital consumerism and personal responsibility he also shares his thoughts on how Donald Practitioners My contrbute to these calls. Especially I so much enjoyed this conversation and I hope you do too so I thought to start with awesome you so. You're a graduate student at Harvard and went to. India is that is that rushing seventy might travelling companions on the trip. Were someone known as Jeff. Cable? Who's called Krishna? Dos The devotional singer. Another friend was released for DOS. Who just lose writing books with Rhonda's because I had met Ramdas quite by accident cosmic what you would say tender auspicious coincidence or something but My Freshman Freshman Trish during graduate school. I was writing a paper suicide over the Christmas. Oh holiday and I get a knock on the door of my apartment in Cambridge in. It's a woman why never seen before. And she had run into a friend of mine who had been in a communal house in Berkeley. Who's going around the world? And he had sent a letter to me that she was the currier four and she had been in a monastery in Nepal where she met a an American. A guy named Bongolan not rundown. Yes and basically she. I have two things to do here. One is delivered this letter to you. The second is to visit this guy. The BAGUA DOS it. I really shouldn't need and the third was to go to my sister's wedding but she backed out and so that was why she came to America. So I said well I'll take you to meet this person you know. Your Christmas is writing on suicide. We ended up driving up to New Hampshire in there in this farm house. Luxuriance funhouse in a small room. Upstairs was this guy all white along there but no Julia was and he had all these weird pictures on the wall turned out to be Hindu deities and we watching remit and nobody said anything. I never been in a social situation where nobody said anything but I went along with it. And then after a while he spoke and it turned out he was Richard Alpert now. Rhonda's just come back from India and it turned out also that he had been fired from the program at Harvard that I was enrolled in a graduate student. Also I was on the graduates to school colloquium committee which meant I could invite him to come back and speak. Nice which I which was the first time he'd been back to Harvard since he was fired. And so you know he was on fire. He was really full of shocked as they say just back from India and he started. He came give a lecture started. Seven ended it too and to bribe janitor lettuce sticky two. Am to work. And I began to go to a kind of a summer camp that he was running his father's place in the Hampshire where I visited him. This was in the summer and after two rounds I found out that might fill ship to harbored included. A traveling challenge ship nice and I had a wonderful mentor at Harvard David McClellan who actually had hired fired leary and so what did he think about your little excursions to bomb. While he was a devout quaker and he was very interested in meditation so it seems glad that I was getting into this because none of it all is other graduate students. Were like all its study the need to achieve from the you know also you riding on suicide just WanNa go back to that in. What was was there any in that compelled you to write. Oh I had been at a teaching assistant in a course on death and dying talk. Guinan and I had gotten access to about several hundred suicide notes for Bailey Corner. Yeah and you know it's just a you know you study stuff in doubt. I mean I wasn't suicidal. But yet you had interesting death and dying or was that interested. Dr. Not like a personal interest but kind of academic academic India okay and so I should give it back on. My father was professor humanities and my mother was a social worker and I think I got a a kind of implicit value system. It was a very ecumenical. He taught a course called autobiography of civilization which was world literature so it a very lot instead of Sanskrit actually version Among other languages his best friend was the guy who founded the Asian Studies Department at Berkeley? No so I had this kind of view of the world which was larger than just Western yesterday so I was very interested in going to India but I found could In graduate school because Ron dos made me think oh I'd love to meet his guru yet girly Bob Him. You Know No. I'd never met anyone like him of the KARMAPA sixteenth city. Zuma Sitter Sixteenth Mama's yeah and They meant didn't see each other enough. Say met but Lama nor law whose retreat master for College Berries who was close to carmont stayed within croly Baba for two years and I think maybe he told them I never got the story of how he knew anything again. But anyway and Because this was nineteen seventy s very early. A lot of the wonderful lauman's the very shall we say far advanced llamas on the path from Tibet were still alive and Christopher Dawson and I met coup Air Fiche who is very humble. Wonderful being reviewed seem around dawn. You know mumbling all money. I when I saw going around the Stupa and people come and see him day and night and he was always happy to see. Whoever came which I contrasted with my professors at Harvard were world famous psychologist. You could see them like two to three on Tuesday office hours so anyway. Long Story Short coup. Who was wonderful and I didn't know till decades later with he was the teacher of the Dalai Lama on Compassion Chari out the time. You would certainly never say so. He had been offered the kind of the presidential suite with top sweet. And the monastery top floor didn't want he stayed in a very small room had little wooden bed. That was it was very simple. It beautiful way so I met him and kind of made it my business to look around I. I ended up studying the Pasta with Joseph Goldstein. Who was in residence of the Burmese? Mahara I think. Joseph was little horrified that other Westerners were showing up and Manindra had invited his friend going Kaji to give up his second course for Westerners and I went back and gave a talk at the conference on Yoga and Therapy Deli and told people there that there was going to be sub ten day retreat and when the people audience was named Sharon Salzberg cow and so she came to book Guy Learn how to meditate the rest is history was charged with Joseph of course so we go way way back to nineteen seventy really

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Why Our pH Levels Are Important

Birthday Skin

09:42 min | 1 year ago

Why Our pH Levels Are Important

"Skimpy. H- h what is and she'll highs Jimmy notes sorry sorry. So P H- H. This is the boring but stuns for potential hydrogen and it's basically the acidity level of substance So as indicated by numerous scale and it runs from zero to fourteen with seven being neutral So I'm kind of going to go through in a bit like I thought you would fall asleep them. I'm going through a little scale and a beer. That kind of tells you what familiar thing you might see on a Ph neutral strongly alkaline and then strongly acidic so you can kind of just thought peace for yourself. How yes extremism so yeah? Anything below seven is acidic and anything above his alkaline. So for example lemon juice which is quite fitter agree here. That small noise just came out of my throat was off fall. It was a Burgh account. Bit CanNot Person. It felt where it's over the phone so anything below. Seven is acidic and even above alkaline. So-called little skin Ph scale here so obviously seven is you neutral Softbank in the middle if we're going towards see acidic side of the scale you've got four six which is were your black coffee. Oh delays zero to three contains. Lemon juice Wayne in at number two and strongly acidic way over number one ISCHGL buttery acid nice. Sa- quite acidic. Nice go enroll onto the side. You strongly Klein. You've got drain more drain cleaner. Sorry at fourteen at fourteen and then a no. I'm ammonia eleven. Yeah I WANNA say eleven seawater eight fan. It is very important to know that like the differences because it goes zero one. Two three four. This is a numeric scale. Like it's not linear Does that make sense? Yes so it means a tenfold increase multiplied by ten separates each P. number So a Ph of three is a hundred times more powerful than a Ph of five heck so is quite a big difference between a good old. Bob Jassat zero on your lemon juice to Medusa agenda. But you don't really put you. I don't think so. No no no so go into something. That sounds completely rogue. I'm GonNa talk about your Montel now. So basically our skin is Colbert a protective film on the surface surface so I called acid mantle and what this basically stop thinking of a mantelpiece grow up what this basically does is. It maintains skin's Ph levels and prevents infections. I'm trying to Mahara to be professional. This is just fucking route carry-on. I know you don't finish off. Even read wildlife abound tool pace. Even though that's funny carry on delivery the least for Nick thing off you go far enough. Whatever floats your boat anyway. So what you're acid mantle does is it maintains e skin's Ph level on prevents infection seals in moisture. Just quite. Let's be honest. Keeps the environmental aggressive? How do you know what that basically is? He skin barrier right. We should we rusted Montel. Oh you are segment so obviously. It's called your acid mantle so your skin should always be more on the acid side. Roth than alkaline. Which is why we can use acidic products and it not burn off faceoff right. He's like an alkaline. It would been probably dry skin. We're going to go into the layer. Okay so you okay. Yes so when you were born your skin is a solid seven is completely neutral when you're little baby. And then a few weeks after birth it starts like and a little bit more acidic so on this scale of God. So zero to three which is strongly acidic. And then you fall to six which says in hyphen skin goals. Oh yes it does. It does so. I've got this little quote from Polish choice. Which kind of sums up? The acid mantle plays a vital role by working with skin neutral. Ingredients like semis. Cholesterol enzymes swats and even our skin zone oil to protect skin surface and lower layers from external threats. Oh grand like that So what should it be? I'm quite a while I've been talking. This is not true for me. You'll miss science so like I said before. Our skin is on the acidic side because obviously of the said Monsell and the average age of human skin cells. We don't want this human skin is between. Can you mean gas? Pretend that you've not got the notes right. I'm not looking at it so I want to guess what the human skin Ph is yet. It needs to be on the a little bit of the acidic side and seven is neutral five more. Yes long in the middle so is between four point seven. Five point seven five. Oh five yeah so yeah with no in like absolutely everything else in our lives offered. Multiple diminishes with age becomes less acidic which means Dry Skin and wrinkles and fine line so I guess they do us when he skipped on the more alkaline side of the scale that you just get dry but reflect skin flick your buttery flaky. Crispy flaky correct. So I'm don now's million G. WanNa tell me jolly what your how to check or your skin pay indeed. We should have actually thought ahead of this. I'M GONNA go some Ham test right. I think it would be good content to support the episode. Yes let's do that. So if you listen to this on there's not a post op to support it. That move just been laziest football on. They will come probably in about six months CEO aims. How'd you chat which will p. h? As an so number one obvious one would say is visit a dermatologist. They can help test you and advise what kind of pro she would need. Only problems that you might be saying. Because if he I know over in America is different to here in the K. Because unless you went privately would have to be referred to a dermatologist. Their basic natural hospital rather than just saying on a book. An appointment with a dermatologist. Again Mush private but in the US near the EU obviously don't have the NHL so often a dermatologist will be in your health insurance or you can use that to go and see a dermatologist. So yet that was probably the hardest thing to do in the UK would not be able to get an appointment with a dermatologist. Just to see what your skin behaviors hypo. Can you tell me what in can I just get you to spend three thousand pounds on me checking my ph thanks Yeah no obviously. You'RE NOT GONNA be in the UK because is ridiculous waste of NHS doctors time they have much more important things to do than check your Ph So the next best thing would be getting some test strips. So you can buy strips to check Pretty much anything so your in new saliva but you can get one specifically for your skin. Safes as well so we will If you are inscribed birthday dot skin than you will be able to see how we get on checking our skimpy. Ho Ch but under the thing that you can do to check. I know it's very vague book Something that might be helpful. Is that just keeping a close eye on? Your skin is very important because soft skin. That doesn't really have any dry spell saw dry areas and is well balanced which is obviously when we're talking about skin type of combination and aims. You saw away the kind of oily in some areas dry in this There will products out there. Four rebalanced saying they can get some nice rebalancing oils is on that. Got The rebound album. Roya on you. So yeah if you do. Struggle with A difference in skin around different areas of your face. Then you are relatively imbalanced. Eber is Kinda easy to fix that and then any irritated skin there have acne Oregon readiness like I do meet skins. Probably lean in motos alkaline side. Which is obviously as aim said. Decide you don't really want to be on. You WanNa be more sick all so basically your drain cleaner and I'm lemon juice. Oh gorgeous

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"mahara" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"mahara" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"I mean the Japanese they really know what they're talking about. So heaven was to be called Takahara, which is a high plain of heaven, and the rest of the particles that had not risen formed, a huge mass dense and dark to be called earth. So when Tacoma Mahara was formed, the first three gods of Japanese mythology appeared. Okay. Here we go. Amena canoes e. Tuck Amihai Mitsuhishi. No Kami and Kami SU he no Kami, subsequently to God's emerged in the ahora from an object similar to read shoot. See us Kabi Kazi, no Kami and amino Toko. Tutsi no Kami. I will not be repeating these. I'm so impressed. Yeah. So hope he got that. So these five deadly white rewind. If you need to hear it again, these five deities known as the Koto Matsu, commie appear, spontaneously did not have definite sex, and did not have a partner, which is known as he took origami and went into hiding after their emergence. So these gods? They emerged they were shapeless and form and were ace sexual and they disappeared. So these gods are not mentioned in the rest of the metality. So that's why I'm not gonna mention them in K. So then to other gods. Arose, Kuni Noto Taki. No Kami and Toyo. Kumo. No, no Kami. These gods also emerge spontaneously did not have a defined sex, did not have a partner and hit birth. Okay. Okay. So then five. Airs of gods were born for a total of ten to the second gen second of these gods. Birth than the five pair, five Paris. Yup. So each pair consisting of a male deity female T. So there's you hit a ni- and his younger sister and wife, again, we're gonna get this like, yeah. I mean, honestly, mythology and incest, guys, we gotta do better as a global culture and in hand hand in hand. Okay. So his younger sister, and wife was called, so Hegira ni-..

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"mahara" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"mahara" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Back George Miller. But anyway, universities are finding great and good. If you can make sure each individual piece works fine. Like just is random example, I've been catching Mike comics recently and the most recent run a fantastic four is very good. Could have stand is very much alone. It makes a reference to two things are happening to larger marvel universe. But each issue reads is own standard adventure that can enjoy without knowledge of what's going on outside of it. And that was never a problem with most movies, but it was a problem with the DC movies. So I feel like if you are going to you know, go that direction. He's going to look at making sure each piece a satisfying. And I like looking at excessive all command, the end, you wonder woman, those are very satisfying pieces build upon those sue people like and then build connections based on those. I still understand why they studios can't learn from you know, what marvel has done with Kevin Feige. I feel like you need someone to take on that show runner role in you really need to have a plan, and it not to be cynical in that like. You know, everything about dark universe just felt Icke. You know, the the the the way it was planned in the setup of, you know, the the way connects and stuff it didn't feel like something storyteller was trying to create, you know, just felt like something studio is trying to create to make money, which I know is the it's the bottom line here. But I don't know. I love what marvel is doing what their cinematic universe. And I wish I wish there was some other studio that was able to emulate that in some proper way. I I know Disney's even having a little trouble doing that. I think on the Star Wars side. I just don't. What what is it Ben that like, why is marvel getting it, right? And no one else can can get it. I think it's because they started it. And then, you know, Hollywood Peter is a place full of egos. Right. So you wouldn't necessarily want to have a studio executive at a rival company just being like brazenly saying, okay, we're gonna do this exact thing. I mean, a Hollywood has always been a place where you know, the the newest freshest idea is jumped on and copied immediately. But there's there tends to be a little twist on it. Right. It's not necessarily always just an exact copy. So I can I can fully imagine somebody there being like, okay, we're going to do it this way to stand out for, you know, from the marvel way we don't want to we won't establish ourselves as a as a different way of doing things, and they're just realizing that that method has not worked for them so far, but it sounds like as Jacob mention Auckland performed exceptionally well at the box office and. Mahara knows that that movie and wonder woman, and what we've seen so far with Zam these movies, look, like they're pretty well standalone type of films, and maybe they they're just slowly, you know, they started out in a disaster of nuclear cloud. And then as the smoke is clearing. They're slowly just coming to the marvel method of their own accord, and then they'll eventually get back to bringing things together again tomorrow on the water cooler. I'll talk more about this by watched ironman too for the first time since it was in theaters over the weekend Cottrell never seen it. And watching that like in even you know, looking at what DC has or one of others to spend with DC. It's almost the equivalent of if marvel had decided that oh John ever did such a great job with iron, man. We're going to put him in charge of the marvel cinematic universe in judging by. What happened in iron man too? I think that would have been a disaster. I feel like they need to have some kind of separation. I know that sounds bad. But I think filmmakers need to be hired to come on. In execute a vision in a bigger vision of the cinematic universe to work. But I don't know. Okay. We're going to long on this. Let's move onto caramel del Toro who is writing directing a cigarette..

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"mahara" Discussed on Off The Pill

Off The Pill

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"mahara" Discussed on Off The Pill

"But I'll have to going when I come from a Hawaii, which is the place of light people are just openly Suber flamboyant if they are gay. Oh, yeah. They're called Mary's in a way and. Ever heard Aries for us. Yeah. Just heard a different m word. Oh, yeah. Down as well. But in Hawaii, they say Ma who. Yeah. But I don't know if that's insulting. Harsh that is I don't know either on us anymore. I don't know. Everything's changed. But you know, what I always thought the way I really broke it down. And try to think about it is like I can't like I really believe that you can't choose to be gay. So you how can you hate on someone? Exactly. Yeah. For something. They can't control, you know. Hating on someone for like being Asian yet. But people really do believe that you can choose to be gay a lot of people still believe that less. But I think a lot of people do and it's a choice. But the funny thing is I think the people who think like that are actually the closest to becoming gay or being or they argue and they're trying to fight it. Yeah. Like, the only people who are like if you really think about it like, I try and think it think about it myself like if it's a choice. I can't really right now think or I think I just can't be attracted to both of you. I can't choose to want to be attracted to you guys. Do you know what I mean? Like, I can't or any guy. Yeah. I can't choose if you really think it's possible right now, if I were to think like, you know, what if it was my choice, if I wanted to do that I began I could like you I could be attracted to you that I'm probably gay Mahara bothering. But I don't think it's possible to be. To choose it. Like, I just really can't think it's possible. And I think it's a choice, then you're probably questioning yourself. Yeah. I thought about it before like, am I gay? I know. And then we thought you were actually a lot of people think I am it's well, the skirt thing, and like, you know, there's a bunch of others. Yeah. But I'm like, very I could be very flamboyant at times ES. But then I was just like. Like, I can see guys and be like, oh, dude. That's an attractive person. But Onondaga doesn't mean anything. Yeah. Exactly. And for me. I don't know if this is going to get taken out or inappropriate. But when I brush my teeth taken out anything, and I screwed the back of my tongue. And I I'm like I don't like this feeling enough. We might have to take it out. Hot topic. And I never gonna when they sponsor this. Well, that's what you're saying about like, you don't think it's a choice to be homosexual hunting. It can be point of view imagine like growing up because from our point of views, a straight male, we grew up, and we were born into this world, and we like or attracted to women. So imagine being. Like born a man and just being born attracted to men, and you're having people say, right? You know, it's got to be pretty frustrating. Oh, yeah. Definitely the one hundred percent, you know, looking at it from their point of view, if someone told you like it's a choice for you to like women's like, I'm attracted to. It's it's a very easy. But that's what I'm saying. The people who are even question like if they even think that it's a choice. Yeah. Means they can't they're probably thinking about it for themselves. Sure. Or they're not thinking they're just saying like, but anyone who really thinks choice just. Ask yourself. This. Would you be able to choose to be attracted to a guy? Or if you're a guy would you be Trues to be attracted to these same sex. Because if you if you can then you really shouldn't be art making that argument because you're probably gay damn here. Some freaking hot tea for you. What does that mean? If magin them saying that that it's because they are homosexual and they chose to like women, boom. Oh, head explosion. You know what I'm saying? So they're like, it's a choice. Yeah. Yeah. Damn get a me..

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"mahara" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"mahara" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"So as a veterinarian I deal with many diseases, but one of the dishes on focusing on at the moment is rabies and the goal is to make sure that by twenty thirty. There's not a single person dying from rabies in this country as a focused effort. Editions the goal is by twenty thirty to not have anybody die from rabies zero human deaths from rabies by twenty thirty. It is a goal that you have as a country. We have a plan for it. Implementing it. And now the wall. Organization the organization on Mahara organization and other bodies international bodies are lying to us. This goal to make sure that this Stingl human who dies is horrid babies because it is all preventable. That's so good to hear. That's so good to hear. And I mean, I know a lot of people listening twenty thirty sounds very far away, but it actually isn't. And it's almost right around the corner. So it's it's actually beautiful to hear that that goal is so close and do you feel just from the work you've been doing and interactions? You've had and the knowledge you have do you feel like twenty thirty is a reasonable goal and optimistic goal a realistic goal. So it's realistic. Because I think on our site signs is on our site. We have got a good vaccine that works, and that's why I don't have reducing domestic dogs in the US because you're vaccinating dogs. We have a vaccine that walks in humans that means if you're beaten. And you get the vaccine post exposure prophylaxis within the day of the bites. The likelihood of getting rid is really is reduced and on top of that we know that most of the dogs in Africa cannot be accessed through through vaccination, you can get hold of them and do parental vaccination inject them without with about Seton, which makes it pretty easy, then if we have concerted efforts to us. Munition to make it possible that this is no longer circulating the dogs. And if you stop eating the dogs, then you stop it in humans as well. Because unlike other places like the US where you have now rabies in wildlife in Africa. There is a for the rabies virus or the. Where the vita secular deduct your domestic dog on domestic dog because near domestic dog, then stoke the this is human absolutely now when we think about domestic dogs from many people in the US their perspective is they schedule an appointment with their veterinarian for vaccines, and they get prepped for that appointment, they have other things on their list throughout the day, maybe seeing friends or acquaintances, and then they go to the vet's office their dog gets a vaccine, and then they go on with the rest of the errands throughout their day. Now that may be the case in some parts of Africa..

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"mahara" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"mahara" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"What are you doing over there? Telling Holly, something, okay? Why sitting here beeswax? Okay. I'm a little concerned. No, here's my D bag, my D bag today is Meghan Markle and Prince Harry both of them. Yes. And actually, it's probably just Cosmo. But they're the ones that are being talked about in this particular story. So we'll just throw them in for good measure, this particular story is delightful. Whoops, turns out. These are the headlines. This is the headline. Whoops, turns out Meghan Markle. And prince Harry's new home is dilapidated. Wow. Saying that's Mahara Bonner. I'm probably saying that name wrong. She is the Brooklyn by way of London entertainment reporter with the love for pizza. Pop culture and twin peaks in that order who wrote this article for Cosmo Meghan, Markle and Prince Harry are moving out of the goldfish bowl of Kensington Palace over. Goldfish bowl that means meaning people are watching what's happening in Kensington Palace. Exactly over to Windsor estate, which is partially the case. It's on the grounds of Windsor estate. And particularly they're moving to a place called frog. More cottage now fraud. More cottage is a very very very very large experience when you see cottage. It makes you think like a little cottage in little quotation. Big house, and it actually faces the beautiful grounds of frog Morehouse, which isn't even bigger house. Anyway, it's dilapidated. Now, when I say the words dilapidated to you, what does that inspire in your brain? You know, like doors falling off hinges holes in the floors, everything in like, disrepair unlivable. He probably boarded up in some areas. That's what I like mold on the wiles probably in need to be. Maybe you know. What's that word fumigated? That's the one. Yeah. Trust me when I tell you that fraud more cottages. Not dilapidated. Now, if dilapidated this particular reporter Maehara Bonner Brooklyn, by way of London who loves pizza, twin peaks and something else in order. I don't remember. For her. Give she.

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"mahara" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"mahara" Discussed on KCRW

"A twenty two. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm David green. And I'm Steve Inskeep. The treasury department announced today it's imposing sanctions on seventeen senior Saudi Arabian officials for their role in the murder of the Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi among them as a senior Royal court advisor move the comes after Saudi prosecutors said they were seeking the death penalty for five people which prosecutors say are responsible for journalists Jamal Kashoggi's death. He's a Washington Post contributor or he was he was last seen walking into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul October second NPR's Jackie north miss covering the story either. Jackie either. Okay. So who are the people sanctioned as you say there are seventeen of them. And there are some notable names on the list among them is sowed Kettani. Now, he is a Royal court adviser. He's also the communications chief for crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, so he's high up within the Royal court. There's also his communications are sorry. His deputy. Mahara Metron and interestingly enough Muhammed Al Taibbi, and he was the consul general in Istanbul. Where kashogi was was killed. So there are some big names on that list at the US sanctions. The sanctions come out after we learned some acknowledgment some further acknowledgement from the Saudi gives me Jackie from the Saudi authorities, which we should go through today. Saudi prosecutors are now seeking the death penalty for five individuals. Is that riots, right? Yes. And more people have been charged with roles in kashogi Steph. What are the Saudi prosecutors saying happened because they've had so many different versions at the store? Yes. You're right. They've gone through a number of different stories leading up to this. Okay. So as you say five are facing the death penalty right right now for this. Twenty one have are are in custody right now eleven have been indicted in their face trial as well the top prosecutor today said that this was premeditated. It was planned probably both three days in advance. And it was drawn up by the former deputy intelligence chief, a fellow named Ahmed LS Serey, and they said that he formed a team of fifteen people and was broken into three and one was for logistics one was for negotiating they had wanted democracy Shoghi to come back. So they tried to negotiate. And then the last one was logistics, and they carried out, you know, this whole plan in the consulate logistics. Now if you were going to persuade someone to come back. I don't think you'd need a logistical team. You would need a logistical team to dispose of a body. I would presume the said at a Turkish officials say is happened is as the he was dismembered. But it presumably if they couldn't negotiate get Jamalco show. He'd come back, then this was the fallback plan. And so they're pinning this plan on a deputy minister of intelligence is there anybody higher than that was implicated in any way at all. Well, of course, sound could Honey, you know, he's very close advisor to hire person. Okay higher. He's also not easy facing sanctions, but he's banned from leaving Saudi Arabia right now. But I think what you might be getting at is. Are we looking at the crown prince himself crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, and no would be simple answer to that doesn't go that much higher. And I don't know if that's gonna placate a lot of people who have wanted is somebody to actually say that. Yes. This really was probably directed by him. So the Saudi criminal charges don't go up to Mohammed bin Salman and the US sanctions. Also, don't go up to mom, and so what happens now? Well, if you're the Americans, you might think this might be the first step in there might be some more moves, but it also kind of gives cover to the Trump administration because now they can continue to have a relationship with chrome from north the crown prince and also Saudi Arabia. If your Turkey, which has been really adamant about getting the information out on this killing then they might not be satisfied. There are. Calls already. We're seeing for an international investigation. We'll see how that goes. Jackie. Thanks for the update. Thank you very much. That's NPR's. Jackie northam..

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"mahara" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"mahara" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Grocery store. Joe command top of the hour from the bachelor bachelorette and dancing with the stars. That'd be and said, I'm on tonight. I'm dancing again. If you guys vote for me, that'd be awesome. All voting is the number you call and he goes, hey, thanks voting. Then you hang up, and I believe you get nine votes tonight. So the only way I'm moving on if I get the boat to the people in some of that like, you know, good dancers like, what's how do you? How are you moving on your so bad people were United? Yeah. As ing. Yes tonight. Which by the way, I was on E entertainment covering me for some weird reason. And they were asking about me running for governor of Arkansas here. I haven't maybe you're interested in running political all governor markets, all for sure. Oh, yeah. I thought about running twenty but maybe twenty twenty two probably twenty twenty six. Yeah. Yeah. I do believe I'll be to govern. I grew up with very little education parable, so what I wanna do with impoverished, places and fix. You can learn you can actually going. Really core of what I want to. Right. So there you go. It goes on and on. But yeah, what we're going to say me. I mean, this is like quite the proclamation. I know you've made it here. But this is taking to other platforms like putting it out there. Yeah. If you don't set big goals for yourself. Nobody else will. That's what always say. No, nobody's going to set a goal for you the new so, but I do believe I will be covered of Arkansas, all my heart. Like you see Mahara here. All of it believes that I can tell so tonight dancing with stars. I think that's it. Anything you want to say lunchbox, you good to bring grocery JoAnne here wait for him to come in. But that's pretty big news. That e I mean, you already people voting for you on days of the stars. All that's going to be our governor will vote for me. But more love it. Maybe this may run right away. I may just go, right? Be governor. You'll be the first governor ever be on dancing with the stars. No to win dance with the stars. We're in this together to hold that mirror. Ball about my head. That's right. Lunch box to yourself there. It's time for the good news. To officers responded to an attempted break in at this grandma's house. They come and someone tried to kick in the front door, wait and find the suspect they get off work, man. We gotta go help grandma out. They went back bought a new door and fixed her broken door for her off duty. Yeah, that's all off-duty shutout cop Boswell and Christopher couch. Yeah. That Chris shot out from all of us. That's pretty good. And she had us all of our law enforcement out there. That's what's all about right there. That was telling me something good..

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"mahara" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"mahara" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"The payment was to be dished out in increments of twenty thousand dollars one for each lost game when Sullivan attell couldn't come up with a full amount things got complicated. The players eventually started playing well turning the series around and showing the gamblers that they could ruin the plan and win the World Series. If they didn't get their money, Sullivan justified the late payments by claiming he had bet the bribe money on the series as a whole. So the players would have to wait for the series to end with a reds victory to get paid. This is likely half drew the black socks did need to wait for their bribe to be paid out in the form of gambling winnings, but not because Sullivan had gambled the bribery money once more likely that Sullivan attack. Well, in the other gamblers never had the hundred thousand in the first place, and we're counting on the fix to raise enough money to pay the players. This is where one could question what Rosty had to do with this in nineteen nineteen. He was one of the biggest gangsters in New York, and he'd made a huge chunk of his fortune from sports betting. He was as professional sports fixtures. One could be, which bakes the question, if rusting was involved, why would he allow so much chaos to occur on what would have been the biggest fix he'd ever set up Rothstein wasn't at the height of his power in nineteen nineteen, but he was on the way up. He was a multimillionaire in nineteen nineteen money and reportedly kept hundreds of thousands of dollars on his person at all times. Why would he allow attell and Sullivan to jeopardize the fix when he could cover the cost of the entire bribe by just reaching into his pocket? Another question that may point to Ross teens innocence. In this case. Least is this following the final game of the nineteen nineteen World Series were the fix was getting around without any concrete proof. However, it seemed that the rumors would eventually died down in everyone would move on with their lives, but then in nineteen twenty, a grand jury started to investigate sports fixing in baseball and Billy Mahara a professional boxer who served as one of the gamblers that set up the fix was called to testify Mahara was reportedly quite disgruntled at this time with a tell or one of the other gamblers. The story is in quite clear, but he felt that he had somehow been cheated out of the money owed him for his bets on the fix before he even came into testify Mahara confessed his role in the fixed to a newspaper journalist, it was Mahar confirmation that eventually led to the indictment and trial of the eight black socks players Rothstein was a mobster if he was involved with the fix. Then Mahara had essentially snitched on one of Rosty's criminal enterprises if Rothstein had really been involved when has to wonder why he didn't take action to stop Mark from testifying. As we said Rothstein is alleged to have had a hand in by auto Talon Sullivan and making sure they are out of the country for the trial. Why did he not do the same from hard or more seriously? Why did he not find another way to ensure Mahar would be unavailable to testify? Maybe Rothstein really did have nothing to hide, at least in this particular case. Finally, perhaps the most conclusive evidence to Rothstein non-involvement was the fact that actually bet on the reds under his own name and made a hefty chunk of change Rothstein cleared, close to three hundred fifty thousand dollars betting on the reds to win the series. That's a confident public move for someone who very much would have liked to keep his name away from the affair. If he had been doing something legal Rothstein was by his own confession, a compulsive gambler that was ultimately the cause of his death in nineteen twenty eight when he was killed over unpaid poker debts, perhaps even though I declined to get involved with the fix itself, he didn't wanna miss out on the chance of winning big. If the fixed turned out to be real. There's a prescribe narrative to these sorts of famous historical crimes. Of course, the famous mob boss was involved in the famous sports fixing scandal. But when you look at the facts to conflicting accounts and the men who you just..

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"mahara" Discussed on Spoilt Milk Movie Podcast

Spoilt Milk Movie Podcast

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"mahara" Discussed on Spoilt Milk Movie Podcast

"It in. Oh boy. He's shooting blanks. Oh, he's definitely taking people out. Columbians Jamaicans who knows all of them, Jamaica Mahara. Takes takes all our visit gang to them being upstairs. He's going to kill them. I, but someone else goes, I someone else does an invisible menace fountain starting to bring him back to our stone. We want to stop for some reason the better to seize Danilova. Take it out. Always gang members just by driving a car into middle of them. Five shots off and goes, this is the best hunter in. Yep, I'm going to stalk him and mate love to. Yep. Yeah. That's why the predator. Synopsis with half right. Yeah, I was right then. So there's someone stalking in me from the bushes. It's all this. I mean, really pushing visibly of interaction between the two and they smell boy ako Geico selling. selling. Yeah. Do you want some candy. Cabbie doesn't like saw Consol in king William's into it. Oh, after the weird Rudo ritual in the in the loft apartment. That girl who's writing that mom is going to town like this, no need to be to exert your mouth things. So moon knows for transition is that was very weird audio, her going. Each other. Should he c- SeaScape here. Some cobbles may in. I thought it was the predator noise. Very into the guy tended to bit more noble way. Why is she like throws. Why are you. Yeah, doing it wrong because I don't thrash around the getting death rolled in the nihil by a fucking alligator council. No. No. This was just it was on real is like, this is out of everything this I believe less than the predator. She would've broken him. That been enjoyable for anyone. This was early nineties film. So you had to have. Isn't able fine thrashing around on him in his face with your hair is not sexy law. Good fucking. Oh, I mean you've got the food or ritual. Oh, apparently the gangs. I fought the gangs. This move very racist. Oh. His apparently actually based on actual gangs that happened in the nineteen eighties in America. Okay. So is. Probably got licenses. I racial stereotypes, probably were it. I mean, if I was going to be in any gum. Two. How many news. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no limit. No. Any gong in to it would be the Jamaicans same though. You know, the whole voodoo thing is a Jamaican fake. Well, no. Okay. As long as you. Don't go in Jamaicans for hours. I said, if any gang in predator. Two. Hobo. Okay. If I'm going to be in any gun ever because if it was going to be any young ever, then that would definitely be the roller skating gang from warriors. Into. So right. All happens. And then all right. Well, we have Bill Paxton Bill, Paxton Vallone ranger, and eight. Indeed, the FBI guy. Though Vasko abuse. Abuses, I you correct. He's the FBI guy because it's like, oh, well, all these home asides we're gonna have to go to the FBI now because that taken charge and good old data is not happy. This is where we find out lies a SaaS emotive fucker. I love religiously vis vis movie is over tropes of any Phil ever vote in quotation marks. My hands are tied literally. Delivers toes. Can you hear about this federal investigation? You are Joe. Because they're not supposed to be up there all they saw storm up to. Yes, so gang good OD Lova storms up into the into the building. After the Colombians of been fucked up should be an air. And it's like, oh, stop me. We ever mentioned deliver his Mace. Got Donnie. We have got Leone, Donna, Donna, his old friend from my old friend for many years ago. Kick-ass lady. She is. She's better other, but us lady cop. Do you think this is considering this is the nineties? This is a very diverse cast. Very impressive. We've got. We've got the lead role of the plate by a black man, which we don't really get that much. Yeah. Yeah, we've got a really fucking strong female lead as well. She's just like, you can backing. She's just like I am doing this shit. I am a strong independent lady in LA. Don't need. No men don't need no mon-. Got my own gone so predator cues. Dego is best may ever forever best mates forever forever and ever meant. Yes. Yes..

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"mahara" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"mahara" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Who screwed up a shot at stales while you turned out to be more than a boss to David. And that that was actually my second mentor guy named dick gray eight what the power positive thinking. I hadn't sold cars. Maybe only six months because see something took me under his wing made me get the school calendar to figure out when are you gonna graduate? When are you going to graduate? Well, I took twelve hours in spring twelve hours in the fall, eight hours in the summer. So it's going to school year round. Just find out, you know, it's gotta be August of nineteen seventy right. Put that put that on your mirror in lipstick, August, nineteen seventy you're going to be a college graduate look at it every day, and I did. And son of a gun, August, nineteen seventy I graduated from college. So they just made me believe in believe in myself, the greatest saying Douglass Edwards, whatever your mind can conceive and believe you will you will achieve so you tell me a brainwaves, and how your your alpha beta, delta and gamma how your brain alpha part of your brain is what's talking to you right now. But the beta part of my brain is I'm already thinking about what I've been doing tomorrow be having this conversation. The delta part of your brain is a part that you can program that makes you and then the gamma part is what keeps our hearts and lungs work. You know, we don't we don't think about but he told me today. The alpha beta delta is your subconscious, and that you use your conscious mind the program, your subconscious mind, so if you are just so certain you're gonna graduate from college in August, nineteen seventy. Your conscious mind will let you do anything that would preclude that from happening. You know, maybe it's mumbo jumbo, but I guess it's worked for me. And my whole life worth to me. If I if I wanted something that you have to set a date, otherwise, it's just a wish or a drain, but a goal is something that's has a date certain to it. I'm going to do this or I'm going to achieve this or I'm going to have that. Or I'm going to be somewhere when you know. And he thought the luckiest guy in a face earth was a captain of an ocean going vessel because he could leave New York at eight o'clock on Monday morning, and he's going to Mahara France. He's got to be there at noon on Sunday, six and a half days. He's cross the ocean. And all I can seize water. You know, but he's got a plan. He knows that. If he's here on Monday and here on Tuesday and on Wednesday. This this spot on Thursday. All I can see is water..

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"mahara" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"mahara" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Glad I have Mahara Andy here because they think they're they're very much thinking along the same lines is that I think the vocational of investing in the centralization technology into centralized networks is getting inherently more technical for investors. And we can point to examples today where investors who act passively networks are not getting the best Yael compared to actor participants in those networks. I think you know the way that I am kind of extrapolating the future is that the technology is gonna worse funds, investors, you know, another participants to to be active in order to get steaks in in the network. What that's gonna that's gonna result in is that in like professional investors in blockchain are gonna have to get a lot more tactical in lot more involved in the projects that the investing, what do you guys think the one thing that I think a lot about is what the company's become as an investor, your job is to take some money and give it back to them at a multiple in. So when you do that, I think is is really what's maybe new in the space. You may have a liquid asset where most traditional VC's they dream of getting a liquid asset. They have private security equity that they can sell it the other people's best. So that's one change and that's well documented. There's a rise of crypto, hedge funds in essentially people who were her training on that. But what I think a lot about is the companies that are trying to essentially tear themselves apart or decentralize themselves. If you watch that, what someone like arrogant is doing, where they're trying to remove themselves as centralization point you, of course. Not to invest in equity that company because it's trying to destroy self and they did a token sale. So maybe Oland token, what if they didn't? How would you participate in that as an investor in maybe the answer is you don't. But I think that's where a lot of the new stuff in the space is going to evolve, which is kind of building a Jake said is you might be more technical to participate. You might have to earn your way in. That's kind of stuff that we're really excited about. So what's really interesting to me is, of course, as they said that they are tokens, which reward participants that do things actively. So these are token such as Cozma's at them's in which if you're gonna validate the you, you make interest on these items and if you don't, you don't make any interest. What's what's happening this year is you see a lot of different players from different backgrounds that are building validated, often operators in order to make interest on these acids. So what are the different types? One type is what Jake is doing with. Join fun. It is. They're fun. I, their duties ultimately to make returns for the LB's and they're running validated or network infrastructure as a way to facilitate those thirds. Understanding Scott figment might be similar, but there's another company that's doing something similar, which is metals, so crypto, hedge fund, first running of alligator in order to generate returns, then you have exchanges that are springing like exchanges that are wanting to be valid or so coined base as announced that they will be validated in many of the proof of stake networks. That's a separate kind of Lear. You have on quotas one side. We have like bureau play validates. So these companies and there are there are there are few of them were just won't run the network infrastructure. It be are not necessarily looking to invest a lot of capital into these networks ourselves as a company looking to just run network infrastructure. And ultimately seek out a class of users that will want to delegate their tokens to us. These users could make up the France themselves and then fort there are another category of of players coming in, which is the custodian plus validated. So crypto phones mandate grow beyond a certain size is one hundred fifty million dollars in assets under management. I think legally required to have handle their assets were a qualified custodian. And many people here is that these qualified custodians will also end up running validates, although we do not have an example of such company or today. So what's interesting is you have at least these four player types exchanged plus validated tryptophan plus validated,.

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"mahara" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"mahara" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"And my prognosis isn't good and i'm scared and i need you to pray for me so i just prayed on the phone with my mom at that point i didn't tell her about losing anna price got off the phone and just a few minutes after that rang again i saw my daddy a mom and my dad divorced when i was five years old long acrimonious divorce some dad didn't know anything about my mama and my my dad at told him that morning about anna prize and i thought oh goodness gracious yeah just can't deal with my daddy right now but he's kinda like mama in that he would just keep calling and i thought i'm just going to try to keep it short and i said hey dad and he said honey nature help his said i just got home from surgeon and he's said they did the skeins again my father battled colon cancer successfully we thought five years previously and he said honey the cancers back and send my lungs and it's in my bones doctors give me two months to live he's said phnom okay i'm totally fun i know exactly where i'm going but i'm worried about your sister so i want you to get on the phone to explain this to sister tell joe jerry springer and so prayed with my dad got off the phone with my dad and i just collapsed on the couch i don't know how long us out there and i just thought i don't know if i'm ever going to be able to peel my heart up off the pavement and i thought lord you picked the wrong girl i mean i'm not this faithful you need to get chris kane holly fertig for this i mean i can't i'm not going to wall this well and then i just had kind of this jarring epiphany of oh good i got an early flight in the morning because i have to go to kansas city and speak a conference for christian leaders on the faithfulness of god and i thought lord i'm not sure i can even make it to the plane much less speak honestly about your faithfulness when i feel like mahara zeman cut out of my chest here's our jesus is he is not a fair weather friend we don't have a bridegroom stands in front of the church and.

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"mahara" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"mahara" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Can afford to lose because next of kin law in mexican courts are not like the united states they really are not is susceptible to whatever regime happens to be in control in mexico city so i i agree with you with some of that the people who fifty retirees who lost their homes in ensenada in nineteen ninety nine would not be comforted by any of these answers so that's why i want to give you an answer that will change the perspective a little bit so recently and specifically during the town hall this this past week we heard and we're reassured that there's a certification process for real estate agents in sonora so they have to go through a process previously anybody could be a real estate agent now there's a process where you have to be certified by state by state approved process so that you can call yourself a real estate agent so that's something that actually gives you some comfort and that's something that hadn't happened back in the even in the late nineties also what happened in the late nineties i was actually involved peripherally on some of those cases because i was working would be arizona mexico commit mission arizona mexico commission is a commission that is run out of the governor's office they have sixteen committees and all different areas and it's a continuous collaboration between arizona and sonora and during during those days the commission was very involved in fixing this issue that you suffered and it's unfortunate that it happened after some of your friends lost their homes but the reason that they took this on at a state at a at a at a leadership level was because of those losses so a lot of those things are being fixed and if you take a look at mexico there's a huge american communities in mexico all the way down to show into mahara and chapala and sonora and the you know the problems recently have been less and less because of the i think the pressure of the american economy if you lose your if you lose your buyers in your in your support and terrorism and and people are treated unfairly in mexico because they're american then you stop going there and you lose economically so i think mexico's really taking the steps in many ways to to fix this issue and the registration system that patrick was talking about something that's real and recently there's been a lot more integration between attorney firms and working together as it relates to the legal process in mexico and even though it's a different process we understand that much better now and many more attorneys have taken the time to learn the mexican law so you have a choice now you have a choice.

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"mahara" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"mahara" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Or go to mike online dot com and click on the angel tree camp banner at the top of our homepage and on behalf of dr sebastian gorka and lance eric joey tom pavlina peter our entire team sean thank you letting children who are the children of prisoners no god's love you're making a big difference in a whole lot of lives total of twenty eight central americans traveling with the pueblo shin frontier us caravan passed into the sanusi dro port of entry yesterday afternoon looks like eight caravan members were the first to be admitted into the sand you see dro point of port of entry since their arrival sunday afternoon these are these central american caravan members and it was announced that the the that those who are seeking asylum are getting it just as members of this caravan had prepared to present themselves at the border to ask for asylum the customs and border protection protection agency announced that it's the celebrities were full it didn't have the capacity to accept them monday morning twenty members of the caravan most of them women with small children according to the san diego tribune spread out on blankets at the door to the porch entrance watching as northbound pedestrian crossers filed past at a rapid clip heading to jobs school and excursions jose cristobal amaya sixteen said i feel that god will help me crawfish and we'll touch the president's heart the honduran teenager who was traveling alone said he was fleeing gang members that he calls loesch mahara who beat his father and threatened to kill his entire family so the san diego san diego tribune finds a sixteen year old kid who says he's fleeing a gang wants to live in the united states your heart wants to go out to him your head says is he a gang member your heart wants to offer asylum your head says how many can we admit how many do we take in your heart says this might be a sixteen year old kid who is scared and his suffering at his in trouble your head says he might be a sixteen year old gang banger who decides decided to come over to the united states asked for asylum and wreak havoc upon men women and children here this is tough the state.

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"mahara" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"mahara" Discussed on WDRC

"I love the bed both evening let's go to jason a jason welcome to the program what's on your mind jason all i i'm doing well what's on your mind uh man will be can i did that the president the both began oregon again i i mean i'm kind of the irrational objective com overreacting or not over the rear under reacting i honestly believe he did this had these incorporate these illegal aliens in the audience in his pre how did during his speech and give a pence he why i mean he he legal are marching right into one of our faith a blubber metal body on the may be he could give him get a speech on national television are grooming are in our minds but let me ask your question jason here's why i think that would be a tremendous a bad idea imagine this that the leader of the free world the president of the united states while he's giving a speech he has capital police or us marshals or immigration and customs enforcement walk in and start arresting illegal aliens and then there is then they started dragging them out of the hall i think it would be the best favour you'd ever wanted to do for the other side of this argument because the video of this happening it would go around the world it would go around the country he would look tremendously bad no matter how right it is legally he would look tremendously bad and the end result might be to throw the entire argument politically to the other side so you'd be doing them a real favor jason do do you think that is that what you wanted do and you know i in spoil they throw you do are they like it almost all how you're here right mahara gluck well i'll be ally the double edged that i can tell you if i've terribly the guy's name you talk to do but i beat he's he said it just perfectly for me he that include me the president very good have been there i mean you can build mccauley what is the hit me.

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"mahara" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mahara" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"And i know i've done a lot of business so i expect that when i send something they understand they understand that when i send something in that i know i'm a pro i'm in the business and i expect to be include if they use any part of my original unique and one of a kind in the whole history literature ideas okay no one which their name on my genius and walks away and i will fight this as long as there's any door to try any kind of motion that can be filed i woke continue with this too we will see if the ninth circuit has a speck of decency we will see if the ninth circuit has any respect for the copyright law which is in the constitution old the supreme law of the land whether they're squatting on it and they think there above it or whether they will make a righteous ruling in which case i will praise them and sincerely apologize but let's see the some real justice let's see some real judges let's see some real love for freedom at america and let's see you honor the constitution that you were sworn to uphold sean waiting to see waiting see your ruling and i will reported folks and i would love to report i was completely wrong about the ninth circuit court will see about that now here we are back to work you know last time we were looking here in the key to the court sugary mogg bog of odd this version is translated in common commented on by bob mahara dos the great saint the we've been so lucky to have the necessary so here's the.

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