23 Burst results for "Majid"

"majid" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

04:18 min | 2 months ago

"majid" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"The elevator says we need to talk about what happened. And he's like. I'm not gonna talk to you. Stop stop bothering me and my family. He's like well if you don't talk to me now i'm going to go in and make a scene like this is this is full. George just saying i'm not going to. You are not going to get me to feel any responsibility. So that like i wrote down a couple of lines he says i refuse to be incriminated by you. You'll never get to feel responsible. What do you want an apology. This is so inappropriate. The guy's dad has just killed himself and give them five fucking minutes of your time and you were there. And he's like preemptively saying like do you want me to feel incriminated measured only says at the end like i wanted to know what was like to have a man's life on your on your conscience now i know that's what she'd said says majid's son says to george say that line again. I wanted you to know. I wanted to know what it felt. Like to have a man's life. And now i know 'cause i want to get back to that. Yes the other thing. That was very interesting about this. Scene is there's two moments where the sun is making a conscious decision to enter somewhere that he doesn't belong. The i is the elevator which you mentioned and you see him for a second pause and then go into the elevator and then Afterwards which you also mentioned but like georgia's still trying to brush him off after they've had that awkward elevator seeing and then just kinda walks into his into his is kind of common office with everybody there glass doors taking his call whatever and that he literally is like it's literally like maybe a second or two seconds of imposing but in those two seconds you just see his resolve is like built up his will to enter and this is this is georgia's worst nightmare is that like his spaces are getting invaded and everyone can see. Everyone can see how he's behaving. But then the point i wanted to highlight here is the.

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"majid" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"majid" Discussed on The Short Porch

"Unbelievable on believable for jameson. Like truly life. One one imagined like majid telling someone in may when he was struggled. Really bad we try to stay. We were as positive be we suggest. Maybe a bullpen gullible. Might be better there. But we weren't giving up on jameson a guy that garrett cole vouches for like that who has been back from Cancer to tommy. John's that's not a guy who's gonna quit and just give up here and he's figured it out as fast ball command. He's using his. Lv too fast. So good with that now. it's been so excited to watch. He was great on friday. A one six july is fantastic. Yeah i mean all of a sudden seasoning creeping down below three or four four. One one Rust beings dione like easily legit two or three starter right now that i feel pretty good about we. That's crazy that were saying 'cause we we like. We had to get hard autumn a little bit because he was awful but then we stayed on him though longer than most. No it did we. We never think turned on him to look at the art coming back. We we in turn on him. We were just had to criticize him because he was doing coming back from mommy john though and everything like obviously that's going to be an adjustment coming over to a new team but he figured it out it he doesn't strike out that many guys like he never looks the dominant like their third. He hasn't gone to start even though he's not like some chew. Era in july. Were you know all of the dark start. Nobody's fucking touching them but they're just.

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No more sharing Netflix passwords?

Talking Tech

03:06 min | 7 months ago

No more sharing Netflix passwords?

"If you're listening to this there's a good chance here. Net flicks fewer one of the seventy four million who live in the us or canada. Who actually subscribe at flex. Maybe share a password of someone or the days of sharing. Passwords may be numbered. Our colleague terry collins has the story on. Why he terry. Thanks for joining us. So what's netflix. Up to our. Yeah thanks thanks thanks. Brian create it Well netflix apparently wants you to women who you're sharing a password with Last week the streaming giant against us new feature would select customers a crackdown on the sharing. the trial testing tend to grab by us accounts to stop the spread of a password. Among your friends. Maybe some discount strangers to prevent Things like like broaden our being to abuse but definitely prevent probably You know the testing comes as netflix spacing. Opticians a like a disney. Plus max and hulu 'cause we've been binge watching in streaming because we were stuck at home because of the pandemic so it's interesting because they have plans in place where you can have multiple people on your account watch the same time but it seems like the issue is more about wanting to restrict you from sharing your credentials with someone who's not in your household Why do you think netflix's doing this. Now think it's just. It's just really really really weird. Because you know what two million subscribers overall. And i guess we're talking roughly about a third of them. Maybe shanna passwords others according to Majid research. On honestly. I think You know to have more scribes me make more money you know. You know as i mentioned Chris competition that offered a cheap prescriptions and But to me netflix's like coca-cola starbucks for many of you know. Can you imagine you know living with allison and so. I think it's another way to just try to get those those people who've been probably they've been mooching off the service up other subscriptions who To to pay up now 'cause it once you go to the test you know. If you can't conferment authorized use of the account you know you get popped set up a new new account which comes with pretrial. Also they just trying to lure you in the by while. I think you're totally right Terry i think netflix has shown its value to users. I mean and and and because of the pandemic no more people have been watching then would've During a normal you know twelve month period but now they may be planning to slowly get those folks who haven't been paying to become legit subscribers and in a way. I don't blame them. They do a let you depend on your plan to four. People can watch at the same time. But i can understand why they'd say well we really don't want someone who doesn't live with you halfway cross country using your service so

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Dr. Robert Brooks Discusses The Power of Resilience and Bouncing Back More Easily

Untangle

06:34 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Robert Brooks Discusses The Power of Resilience and Bouncing Back More Easily

"Thank you so much for being with us on UNTANGLED. Today. Beyond the show. So I want to start with this very broad question because we're gonNA, talk today about resilience, which is such a huge topic in such an important one and I would like for you to define resilience for us. Is An excellent question because different people have different definitions. The definition I basically use is that resilience implies the capacity to bounce back from adversity. Every one of us is going to experience some challenges some much greater than others, but million people problems as things to be overcome rather than be overwhelmed by they see problems things to be solved, and thus they don't feel paralyzed when adversities arises, but rather they tell themselves what are some strategies I can use to deal with this particular versity? All of us. Face, certain challenges, and one of the things that you question rings up this, we sometimes don't know when it may arise, and that's why I believe that preparing ourselves to be resilient. Have a resilient outlook really helps us in terms of preparing us for the many different situations challenges that may arise in our lives. What is that inner strength that propel some people to overcome obstacles and adversity? Given the research con temperament from birth. Some children already have a greater capacity to deal with adversity than others and that doesn't mean you can't learn to deal with adversity put a child's temperament how easy they are whether or not they quickly get frightened or how they start out already could be a certain predisposition for being either less or more resilient, but I wouldn't want anyone listening to this saying. You mean. Set in stone. By the time, we're two years old now, but certainly this the old nature nurture and you really can't separate them. So certainly, our inborn temperament plays. and. Then our life experiences some children grow up in homes where they will have very tomatoes to observe people's solving problems people dealing with conflict while I know from my clinical practice, there are those who basically have never really had models. With, people always are very stressed out with people do not know how to deal with conflict. So certainly, our born temperament at life experiences will play a role. One question I often get is, was it ever too late? Can people become more resilient and I would never have written a book I didn't feel at any age. There are certain things that we can do to help us to develop a greater capacity for it's. My stance has been to look at what are the characteristics of resilient people I started asking. Zillion child or adult see the world differently themselves differently from others and can we incorporate this into our schools in trial pair day an entire own lives by cannot tell you how many parents and teachers and other caregivers basically said to me. Can you help Chalabi resilient if you're not Brazilian and the quick answer is it's more. So, in terms of your question I, do a lot of workshops. Helping kids being resilient when I share with people are what are some of the characteristics of say resilient kids and can we somehow develop strategies to this just to give you one example which is one of my favorites? Years, ago. I was writing a book about school climate and I asked about fifteen hundred adults to fill out an anonymous questionnaire and one of the questions. Wise of all the memories you have school. What is one of your favorite memories at something adult said or did that boosted your dignity and your motivation? One of the most frequent responses was he will recall when they were asked to help out I. Got Answers like I. Remember when a teacher asked me to pass out the milken straws I remember not dress me to tutor young child and I remember the time saying to myself. That's one of the best memories of school. Now know that there's a whole body of research that shows senior citizens who are actively involved in helping others humidity control for other things sleep longer lives and are less stress. We now know that when kids are invited to help other sayings in schools, they're less likely to be bullied. So to drop out. So the past couple of weeks a couple of workshops for educators and one of the things I say kids to be more resilient. Asked. This question does every child in the school every student feel that he or she is making a positive difference in school because that's what brings purpose and meaning. As I said before resilient people see problems this things to be solved rather than overwhelmed boy. So I often pose the question. What do you need to have that belief? One thing is in early age is help them to make decisions so that they started to become good problem solvers with adults. I will often say in my workshops or when I'm dunes therapy have any of you ever face a problem where I thought is I don't even know where to. Start and everyone handles by said Majid this almost every problem you face to felt that way. So situation like that people become over well, they're not going to be resilient at all they become more stress. So with my adult patients, I'll say, so we have to figure out how you can step back and think of different options and different ways of solving things I. Don't WanNa be over-simplistic as I say it is. Sometimes we get so overwhelmed we fail to look at some possible options will be helpful with teachers parents I say, if problems arise in a classroom or home, let's more more s kids how they might sell them. Approach is really been to look at the characteristics of Brazilian children are adults, and then how can you apply these in your own life?

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Can Pompeo nail the coffin closed on the Iran nuclear deal?

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Can Pompeo nail the coffin closed on the Iran nuclear deal?

"Is formally notified the United Nations of its demand that all international sanctions against Iran be restored. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the U. S retains the right Despite its withdrawal from the multinational nuclear deal with Iran. President Trump in this administration have discarded the fiction that the regime merrily seeks a peaceful nuclear program. We will never allow the Islamic Republic of Iran. You have a nuclear weapon. Iran's permanent representative to the U. N. Majid talk, Lavanchy calls the US demands abusive and illegal. The US move. Is a clear example of abusing the process. Which in which is prohibited under international law. Russia and other members of the U. N. Security Council agree. Meanwhile, the U. S. Is extending its arms embargo against Tehran, which is set to expire in mid October. This

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"majid" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

12:13 min | 1 year ago

"majid" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

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"majid" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"majid" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"As a responsible to she was right behind he was yeah she told me that I would I don't know if that was true three stories yet pictures below his knee injury here has a so he's a great doctor he was up for trade and was it the dirt I was interesting so no going on crew and def Leppard because it's in Orlando currently I know it's a weeknight we can turn this rivals I'm going to wait for them when they come here there everywhere you go you know I don't want to go I don't want to go but I will go to guns and roses okay we'll go to them you might go to the house that tells us how the rolling stones almost sold out shown up yet the stadium yeah yeah yeah they're doing good with our so we're about wrapping it up here I don't know anybody that has a sweet every machinery Majid nobody I one person and nobody's ever asked me except for Helen Helen who who took me on a on a date for the problem and we do the profit hello was only one ever invite me into her sweet for a football game which is very sweet of her being my son went but like nope somebody's gonna have a surgeon who are still have a sweeter I don't know who this is that right this week they did when I used to work for them they don't now this call Bob house water say Hey I that I also don't want to ask even of all asking for an hour with a gun I want to go to university in India yeah we maybe we'll see we'll see we'll see what the ticket right after being sent I think this week we'll see and then what he caught on a live transfer Shaner I'm rambling I don't want to talk right so.

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"majid" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"majid" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Said forget everything you know about slip covers so I did no no no okay no me nervous not all way when it's time to go down and we would there's like a five second buffer so play from the beginning and I'll tell you when to come okay okay I should have just done my match so I did I don't I don't know where the god is a disaster timing is everything I saw a commercial on late night TV they said forget everything you know about slip covers so I did it was a load off my mind then the commercial try to sell slip covers and I didn't know what the hell they were that's funny good Majid bird I had a paper route when I was a little kid I was a paper boy I was supposed to go to two thousand houses or two dumpsters this you I used to do no I cannot he used to do drugs I still do but I used to to I want to hang a map of the world in my house then I'm gonna put pins into all the locations I've traveled to but first I'm gonna have to travel to the top two corners of the map so it won't fall down funny let's see here what I appreciate is no one is trying to replicate what he does well I think he was probably a huge fan of Steven Wright who has very similar so that right did they did have a similar delivery we will very dead pan very slow if you could pull up some Steven Wright yields are shoring I believe he he vanity in the meantime more Mitch Hedberg punchlines he would've been fifty two today I saw this one I know he was eating grapes it's like do you have to wait he was so funny what a terrible loss that well this is great I saw a commercial for an above ground pool it was thirty seconds long you know why because that is the maximum amount of time you can depict yourself having fun in an above ground she has such a funny observational humor he passed away it's going to be sued here to a March twenty ninth of two thousand and five well he's thirty seven that is so tragic oh my gosh this is buddy there you go I I died three times three get maybe I'm an idiot imagine being killed by a bow and arrow that would suck in air killed you that would never solve the crime look at that dead guy let's go that way because that's moon I did find a Steven Wright I did but we don't have time I don't have a microwave oven but I do have a clock that occasionally cook stuff as well as dozens.

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"majid" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"majid" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

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Iran's U.N. Ambassador: Strike On U.S. Bases Was 'Measured, Proportionate Response'

Morning Edition

07:03 min | 1 year ago

Iran's U.N. Ambassador: Strike On U.S. Bases Was 'Measured, Proportionate Response'

"Majed talks Revlon she is Iran's ambassador to the United Nations he spoke yesterday afternoon after his country launched missiles at the US and its allies in Iraq Iran called in retaliation for the U. S. drone strike in Iraq that killed a running in general Qassem Soleimani as ambassador of on she came to the line in New York news bulletins were flowing into our news room in Baghdad rockets were landing in the green zone near the US embassy in Washington a US general said it was too early to tell if Iran's attacks were done so we asked ambassador reminds you to tell us is Iran's retaliation against the United States finished what we have said the is that we took care I measured proportionate response to terrorist assassination all of on top general Qassem Soleimani and last night and the as far as the lawn is concerned that the action was concluded last night so it depends on the United States if the US ventures to attacking it on again definitely proportionate response will be and verification he spots so that's attack okay and you said that this concluded the retaliation so if there are people concerned about other forms of attacks such as cyber attacks on U. S. interests or attacks by allies of Iran throughout the region you're saying Iran would not endorse that you were done and V. are responsible for the actions that that you take we do not consider that any any sort of actions to be taken by others the action was taken in accordance with all rights which was proportionate and which was a in response to the killing off of course simply money when you said you don't take responsibility for the actions of others are you saying it is entirely possible that Iraqi militias aligned with Iran could still lash out and Iran would not accept responsibility for what they're doing I'm not suggesting anything anything in this in this regard we are not responsible for any other people to do whatever it is that they they are going to do so we don't have as I said I'm not suggesting anything to accept or to reject any any sort of actions by others Iran's supreme leader speaking after this retaliation said the next step was to push the United States out of the region US forces out of the region how does Iran intend to do that the people of all of the region are calling for the US withdrawn from from this neighborhood just look at their decision all there is okay parliament the Iraqi parliament decided that to to say to the whole of lord that there is no place for the US forces in Iraq the American forces are not welcome in our neighborhood ambassador you're correct that Iraq's parliament did vote to expel forces from Iraq but we should be clear they didn't vote to expel the United States from a rock they voted to expel foreign forces from Iraq and that leads us to notice that the general sort of money a member of Iran's military was in Iraq when he was killed what was he doing there he was he was there to help the dog he on forces to fight to terrorist at the invitation of the Iraqi government he was a popular figure not only need on but in the in the neighboring countries because he sacrificed a lot to preserve the territorial integrity and sovereignty of all of these countries but wasn't general Soleimani this symbol of Iran's involvement in Iraq which is something that Iraqis have been protesting against in recent months you know there are different voices within Iraq but then he was more to it than in Iraq you saw and the they don't you people how they don't keep people reacted in anger and he sacrificed himself for the for the southern center total integrity off you don't as you must know ambassador to the United States or search the general Soleimani was plotting attacks against Americans against the United States are you able to say if he was plotting such attacks it is the beauty of the United States to to prove otherwise I mean to prove a that he was he was in fact plotting to to kill Americans because what I can also ask you was he was he plotting to kill Americans no he as I said he was there in order to help the Iraqi government to to better I mean find terrorists that and then if you are a simple let me tell you but let's be clear Iran is defined the United States as terrorist once he or his organization planning attacks against the United States or its interests at the time as I said if he's if he's the duty of the United States to provide any evidence that the claim that he was about to kill American citizens and cannot be acceptable to all on hand if he's if he's not being accepted even by the members of Congress SO one cannot accept the discipline from the US administration that the threat was imminent one final thing investor president trump in making his statement responding to a runs retaliation began with this sentence quote as long as I am president of the United States Iran will never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon Iran is that it doesn't want a nuclear weapon is that a statement on which you can agree with the president once I can tell you is that the not seeking nuclear weapons it is not in our interest to have nuclear weapons it is against the religious verdict all of our supreme leader but the V. ten knots and accept the fact that the US in contravention of NTT in contravention all of the JC puree the resolution twenty to thirty one of the US security council is acting to to try to beat on from its right sold the question should be posed to the US administration then they want to join the international community and acts like a normal country in distress international agreements Majid Takht trevan she is Iran's ambassador to the United Nations is in New York investor thanks so much thank you Sir now here at the end how Iran turns U. S. rhetoric against the US the United States accuses Iran of terrorism Iran accuses the US of terrorism the US has said it wants Iran to act like a normal nation Iran's ambassador just made the same remark about the United

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Thousands in Baghdad mourn Iranian general killed by US

BBC World Service

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Thousands in Baghdad mourn Iranian general killed by US

"A huge crowd has gathered in the Iraqi capital Baghdad for the funeral of the former Iranian military commander general Qasem Soleimani president trump has said he was not seeking regime change in Iran at the door to the killing to stop a war not start to on the net soon job is watching developments from Beirut it's a big day of mourning in Iraq but also in Tehran now we're seeing like at thousand staking and preparing for the funeral and the procession inside a you know it the country at full filled with anger at all for this loss but also and then on us of speculations over what's going to happen next with reaction to the loss of both the the leader all of Godiva's below and the most prominent figure all of this yeah a power in the reason because some soleil money who is seen as the second leader and it you want he is second to the Ayatollah a supreme leader Ayatollah Khomeini he's the one who shape to Iran is foreign policy and help to reshape the the power in that he's in in many cities in the region so today but that is give preparing for the funeral and to moral turnaround was starts at the funeral procession for three days before the burial of Qassem Soleimani Tehran has warned of a crushing response to his death on Friday in an American as strike the Iranian ambassador to the U. N. said his country had the right to self defense under international little more details from Quentin some of it the United States said it hoped that the killing of custom so the money would de escalate tensions in the Middle East but so far there are no signs of that happening in New York the Iranian ambassador to the United Nations Majid talkative and she told CNN that there would be harsh revenge for the American attacks he said that if the US has evidence that counts insulin money was planning an imminent major attack against American interests then they should show it Iran's foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif Adelia said that the country's response to the attacks would come at anytime and by any

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"majid" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"majid" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Walks into a slot left three stores to lead sixty no nothing retreating throwing up Damian Williams of the left for fourteen years choose to the bears field goal the touchdown when when the fox chiefs radio network to talk of course leading up to the Sunday night game in Chicago was the bears with Majid risky against the chief said the quarterback that the bears could have drafted Bedford MA homes leads the way for Kansas city to a twenty six to three win over those bears my home is two hundred fifty one yards passing two touchdowns no interceptions fifteen this season with multiple touchdown passes and zero interceptions after the game he he brushed off the what if scenario well I mean nothing anyone that that goes about it and as a competitor wants to be the first guy but you know that you know that there's a process to and you're not everyone can be picked first and ended up in a great situation in Kansas city situation where I wanted to be at a organization that does kind of taking me and then maybe the best player that I could be at this time and so I'm I'm I'm just excited that I'm here now and I was able to go out there and find a way to win a football game Jeez allow three points on Sunday that allowed three points in each of the last two games else what three sacks recorded one or Michelle still caught up with them I just feel like.

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Pakistan may redeploy troops to Kashmir border, envoy tells US

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:12 min | 2 years ago

Pakistan may redeploy troops to Kashmir border, envoy tells US

"Has always been one of those conflicts which reverberates far beyond the borders that contain it. The current crisis prompted by india's. His revocation of kashmir's special status with india is no exception among pakistan's expectable expressions of indignation were suggestion by its ambassador to the the u._s. That pakistan may redeploy troops from its frontier with afghanistan to its line of control in kashmir which said majid khan noted unsubtly might complicate okay current peace talks between the u._s. and the taliban interestingly however the taliban were quick to issue a statement that they see it. The two situations are not linked lon joined now by shashank joshi defense editor at the economist and a regular contributor here on monocle twenty four <hes> shushing festival to ambassador cons <hes> very thinly veiled threat mood redeployment of that sort if it took place actually imperil the peace talks get no not really a pakistan's role in the peace talks. What about sticking the troops <hes>. That's not really positive at all. <hes> it's really about nudging its allies the taliban who they have sheltered in protective for decades since since twenty five years in fact to the negotiating table. It's about allowing travel of taliban leaders to places like doha what talked to taking place. It's about <hes> threatening them and their families if they don't talk to the americans it's about <hes> you know facilitating these in ways that sort of nudge the most <hes> taliban leadership we the pakistani generals who've protected you sheltered you would really like you to come to some sort of compromise that the pack stony role so tripling troops story. It's not a pakistani somehow the line of defense that is a holding up afghanistan's eastern border in fact quite the opposite so was this pakistan install on again just saying something because they feel like something needs to be said. I think it's it's it's pretty much fast. I think it's that caught between two impulses on the one hand. They say they they they. They want to draw some sort of link. Because of course <hes> one of the most prized called is their role in the afghan peace talks and that's all they really have to play at this point in order to get american support for their side in kashmir <hes> to say well. If you don't help us in kashmir who knows what might happen nice nice to talk to you have shame if something would have happened to them but on the other hand of because it's not a call you can play very easily affecting you. The comments suggested because it's in the interest for these peace talks ultimately that allies allies the taliban <hes> being propelled towards power in kabul in some fashion. All the americans are getting out that he's good news so full. Pakistan is bad news for india so so really it's not a threat they can use very effectively cutting off your by your face. So how significant then is the taliban statement repudiating the idea idea that there's any connection between kashmir afghanistan. They did off a pro forma sympathies to <hes> the muslim religionists in kashmir but they were very determined that the to not be linked. Does that suggest that the taliban think these talks in doha are actually going somewhere. You can't get the taliban inside your muslim struggle have you. The saudi misjudged it. I think that's absolutely right. I mean we don't even need to read.

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"majid" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"majid" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You go failed diplomacy democratic debates i'm john trout the united states is not interested in diplomacy iranian ambassador to the u._n. majid's trucked revanche -i in comments made following president trump's executive order targeting rand supreme leader and his associates with financial sanctions after iran's downing of u._s. military drone what they have been calling for is the submission total submission onto the demands of the united states speech is on just president trump maintains a ranch should not possess nuclear weapons they a lot of restraint has been shown by us a lot of restraint and that doesn't mean we're going to show it in the future to this rans president hassan rohani is mocking president trump going so far as to say that the white house is afflicted by mental retardation u._s. national security adviser john bolton says the u._s. would very much like to get rid of foreign forces from syria an apparent reference to iranian troops there bolton's comments at a trilateral security summit press conference in jerusalem came after his russian counterpart urged the u._s. and israel to show restraint toward iran the first democratic presidential debate begins tomorrow night you'll recall there are so many candidates in the field of hopefuls the showdown will occur in two separate sessions a new poll provides insight into the mindset of democratic voters are new a._p. n._o._i._s._e. center poll of registered democratic voters finds candidates gender race or age are not what they're most interested in a whopping seventy three percents had a candidate's experience level is what gets them excited about half of democratic women say they'd be more excited to support a female candidate compared with three and ten democratic men bears scott carr in washington ahead of the opening bell on wall street futures.

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"majid" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"majid" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And the next day and the day after that and the day after that the soldiers came back in their jeeps divergencies house in every day. She tell them to leave and promise them that the cows were for meat. That's soon. She would. But you're all nineteen of the cows. In the meantime, virtually continue to milk the cows for the people of hor she was fearless. Got you. You. Yes. Some nights the military put beats the Horner curfew. They wanted to discourage all intifada activities. The vegetable picking milk delivering. The organizing, but even when the town was under curfew while Israeli soldiers pace the streets with guns to make sure everyone stayed inside. Virgin packed bottles to be distributed to the families of Bates the whore in the middle of the night. Young boys would sneak from house to house to deliver milk to families. Give me give me to let their Ted. Take care. Yes. A few. I cannot. Why? I thought it's an action that I can do myself. Dr module Nassir delivered the milk in his car. He says because he was a doctor. He was the only one in a whore who dared to drive the car during curfew. Ahead bits ho you have few do notice. Dr Majid started stacking milk bottles and his back seat in the seat. Whether it's on.

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"majid" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"majid" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"And instead you can use this money. To help with a babysitter. To help offset cost a private tutor offset the cost of a private school offset, the cost of some sort of educational program. Offset the cost of online education. You can use this money. Now, why doesn't the board do this? It's their call. They could make it very clear it could be part of their plan. And could you imagine if they had planned it because they've got all sorts of contingency plans. And in the folks at GPS have been figuring out. Well, what do we do if there's a strike? What do we do as a kids? What do we do with empty classrooms? How do we keep them entertained and not killing each other? How do we feed them? How do we try to give them some bit of education? This goes a long way to that Majid if they were as they were laying down those plans. They said, well, we're gonna have strikeout Shire's. If there's a strike that money that would be spent on teachers will go towards strike vouchers. And what those strike vouchers. We. The union would understand. Oh, we're not going to get back pay. What an amazing motivator when you know, you're not gonna get back pay in the private sector people go on strike. They don't get back pay because nobody's buying their product the private sector. You're not forced to pay in the public sector. We this opposed customers are still paying in paying and paying even though the money's not being used use the money for the kids. It's a pretty simple idea. Tell me why this wooden work. Tell me why you wouldn't like it. Why did the governor? Let this strike happen. Why did the governor let this strike happen? There's something in Colorado law government goes too. Was to strike the. Governor usually can force it into binding arbitration to one of the reasons why lots of companies love to strike lots of governments to strike like RTD because usually the democratic governor sends it to arbitration, and it's binding and whoever the whatever the arbiter says goes. We talk a little bit about the last RTD strikers. Oh, my God could could've been a decade ago already. The one before that was in the early nineteen nineties interestingly when RTD had a bus strike back then traffic actually got better because the lumbering buses weren't clogging. The roads. Well, there was a strike in the two thousands. It was an embarrassment for the union. Here's why. By the time that they're a second strike in the two thousands came RTD already contracted out nearly half of its service nearly half which means those private operators. Who run the same buses same route same schedule same uniform same everything they were still operating RTD? Then said, all right. We're going to contract with you guys to run these backbone routes up and down colefax some of the major regional routes because there wasn't one union that covered every single bus driver. The union only covered about half the bus drivers private operators did the rest. The the strike lasted like a d and a half or something. And the union caved. I mean, they got some sort of face saving something, but they caved because RTD was getting the job done with half the people and still doing the bigger routes the more important routes. What would happen? If DPS did the same thing here. What would happen if GPS said? All right. Well, if you're not teaching we're going to give the money directly to the parents.

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"majid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"majid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Album heroes, like low also had some bonus material that didn't see the light of day until reissues started coming out in the ninety s this instrumental piece didn't have a title when it was left off the album heroes. But in the nineties after Bowie met and married the model Iman he named this piece after her it's called Abdulmajid, which is the man's last name, and this would turn out to be the inspiration for a portion of Philip glasses heroes symphony. We will also hear. That's the original version of Abdul Majid from David Bowie and the heroes sessions of bonus track,.

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"majid" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"majid" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"That was that would really uncomfortable one hundred it was an because i four i'm from a so i wa not eat the watching people in this big during a few combating ways where like even britain even was reminded me of the todd where i could have different majid upi quite with on the on we few show when the for oakland supper but i could picture of these people like that not having any sort of intimacy except there was on the way but one like the kiss of a wedding each after a few board aarp's which i think i was a little i was shocked by about which is such a we're shocked by i felt assessed the problem is that they're not a lot of the first case until the wedding weddings so it feels like your invading their privacy because you know that they like his hard on is so big you just know and it's so uncomfortable i also think tirona the parents were pissed when the confetti guns went off because that was not discussed beforehand and a woman who was the when he planner sort of pulled a fast one uh no i felt this she was weird what did you think about the flowers on the stage there were sort of strewn about like no source sorta formation uh yes vote lose flowers were very um they were distracting weirdly the again i i'm going back to shoulder cheapen i think it i have no idea how much money of uh because i don't know if you about them but i feel like if you're going to do something i've our players have to be kim's spirited her wedding but a hot too you know i felt like they could have done for being a little bit uh nicer than a little bit more or less cocky what did you feel very tacky what did you think about the part where they they went against tradition and they saw each other before the wedding and she asked hit his for his insight on her hair look should i wear a veil should wear it down and he's like i salida don't care do whatever you want no i really need you to tell me what are the hopes for this relationship based on that.

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"majid" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"majid" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Explaining that i didn't know him which are awesome posture to have as a mother like a three six months ago i know i'm okay i know pretty well i think i i think i can say is like you don't know keeping you meet i don't regret enough talk goma bunched dida well you know i'm or you know you know of them like now i moms do not saying and were friends of the saying i've been in a room with them and talked alone a few times that i got a good idea for a you know how he comes across in there where this energy is or whatever angie's like but do you really know goes majid nationsbank's mom always bragging yep saying wait a minute i thought the although mom thing was supposed to work out this way son ballboy for the yankees mahmut party tester starting at shortstop for the correct now starting on third base for the yankees is clean the toilets over at dodger stadium it sounds not supposed to go the other direct owned up and i'll go but not yet go down ryan's the limit we're going to get the world around me down dozen momneen around out to humbly correct she's enlargement loves to take the over chefs christ sorry archer oh no no but all johannes are it is surely i thought he showed you a ton of respect for an interview and mm mood whatever you want to think of our trumpcare politically or whatever and obviously there's a myriad of approved friday.

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"majid" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"majid" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"You know when i saw this i guess a couple of things jumped out at me first of all how great dijana look here this is the best she ever looked she a she looks like another person from whom we've seen before it's clear that you guys have by and she's made concerted effort the changer look but she's like a superstar here and i love the single with eighty what did you think of her look here in the pairing of her with eighty this was also during the time of the the playboy the the first playboy shooters well jonah laguerie hit this period the pairing with any majid eddie guerrero you put him in any situation in any guerrero's going to shy china was she during this time with china was a bit of a difficult time because her and hunter were were together in real life and she wanted to be she wanted to russell guys she felt she was good enough worker that she could hang what the guys in she felt she was big enough and then she could have believable matches with guys on the other side of that vince fill that she could help elevate the girls in that my her working with the girls in being the female champion would give credibility to that championship in the she could probably help bring the girls along it it just felt like a constant battle during this timeframe in in the middle was eddie in any was holding it all together in making everything entertaining in doing everything he could on his in.

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"majid" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"majid" Discussed on EconTalk

"Good samaritan donors who just listen to econ talk and think wow you know the shortage just terrible twelve people every day die because nobody is able to give them a kidney or they didn't with the could not survive the list which now has ninety eight thousand people on it to someone listen to this goes to gw in says i i just want to be an anonymous kidney donor so that's called non directed donation when someone gives to someone they know a friend or a relative that's directed another form of directed could be an idol majid this happens very much as if i heard that you're on gold needed a kidney and i i really just didn't want to deal with that i just wanted to give the kidney and not really you know i could give it literally just go to the hospital and say please give my kid the to uh ross's uncle but i think that's very that that's more common in the deceased sedaryanto where your neighbour is on dialysis in heaven forbid your kid is in a terrible accident ultimately dies you could say please give my sons kidney to ross's uncle you know and uh so that would be a directed deceased but most deceased kidneys which come from people who are mainly brain dead although there there are some other mechanisms but it's mainly brain dead individuals those kidneys uh right go to the next person on the list pretty much as a first come first served as far as a kid the q not eight thousand people o r on the list and dow had a it in a ten thousand yes.

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"majid" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show

The Dave Portnoy Show

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"majid" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show

"Out sleaze shift hit does it matter you are clearly when sleeves shift heads eurosur save today and schedule bro he was completely asleep wearing shorts i don't think we've seen breakeven that rock shorts yet i just can't imagine majid going to sleep at a baseball stadium and you pop out of your napa and you look around and there's like 25000 people surround you're also like i like pseudo famous right author and he woke up you will come to people just like snapping pictures i'm sure it what was funny was i on my twitter feed i just started getting multiple ancyou'll be like from the left from the top from the everybody snap it picks of him he woke up it was like first pitch and a couple minutes aren't let me go to my seat like just not care in the world i would do this time sleeping of is crazy false him on the subway trains in a baseball stadium issue on easy is laying andi can't like see comfortably and he is just passed out like he looks like the kid from up like pleasantly short wearing using like you would latelyyou just had thanksgiving dinner scowls any of my view might have had as if there is giving in julynot that i know nowi know you withdraw guzel soda loves pepsi now coca loves pepsi loves his brought boston market as a sugar crashed loves his hot dogs no condiments he just rod dogs it straight plane bonn plane plane dog in abundance it hano mustard no ketchup nor relish no sat known nothing to do at at fenway for one really just for one the islands got this of that take us down like very debt peta'sbroadwayi saw away know it wasn't actually think that's the thing right because if i thought that was at the famous quote with tedwilliams and they ask about have your had a dog from fenwayhe was like noi was always playing there was a new otit you're right there but it that's they're known for their hot dry that's i maybe antica that leads like what they so you to eat it wrongly eyes on dog because i also stink those ones don't stink like i don't know what they do but they don't stain.

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"majid" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"majid" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"His family lived in a small apartment on magnolia and there was a small house the way majid trying to deal with the kid like rain a small apartment oh my god those were parents one of the was so difficult the magic now i mean sword of i mean that four boys no yeah oh my god and all lived in a little apollo while i mean of as of they made the apartment little by them being in it that you're living there loan wouldn't have been that small so uh with a duly sexist says no white privilege man law you know still ends and with that white privilege within the day refugees from the war now sure i eat now they weren't there weren't personally refugees from the war but the uh anything they may have been asked to leave germany i'm not sure uh the point is he had a guy who live behind him all the hat all the parliaments were on the the the the main street and then if you jumped over the wall in the back of the apartment you'd land in someone's backyard that backyard was owned by a do name bill who lived alone and was building a boat a big boat a big sailboat in his backyard wow and the only the '70s crap like that go on yeah and this guy bill and ray bill recently just very recently passed away this guy bill and ray took up like he they were you know the sunny never hat or maybe the sunny hand but wasn't talking to him i don't know i didn't know all the details of interesting dude.

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