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Riots in Sweden after Quran burning by far-right activists

Morning Edition

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Riots in Sweden after Quran burning by far-right activists

"Swedish police have arrested up to 20 people after riots in the southern city of Malmo. The unrest was sparked off by suspected far right activists burning a copy of the Koran. Details from Risto PICO. The Koran. Bernie was meant to be carried out by the Danish far right politician last Paladin, but he was the night entry to Sweden half that similar provocations in Denmark. However, his Swedish supporters went on regardless burning a copy of the book in the mainly immigrant suburb of Rules and gold. This predictably lead to large scale unrest. Dozens of young men poured onto the streets. Cars were burned on police officers, firefighters and ambulance crews pelted with stones. The unrest ended early in the morning, but the atmosphere is still tense.

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"malmo" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

02:28 min | 6 months ago

"malmo" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Cinnamon. K.. I I was hoping he'd go the. Lover. Anger. Horse. Geez why. Malmo muffin likes the ball took. Turns to her like you want a bowl, right? They don't have French fries sermon there. I just like every so often KFC like McDonalds. We got salads. We got pleased that we got this stuff. Calf's every once in a while I'll be like. Let's not sugarcoat. Will doing right here? We're GONNA. Put Cheese in between. We're GONNA, Angeles, chicken, skin and cheese fit. The bond is chicken. We're just GONNA. Put Chicken on either side, and that's what's the bond, and then we don't even get. There has to be a place where people who don't want to lie to them. Self Right. There was. There was a time like sorta in the low carb. Craze that's KFC sort of fell into it or awhile right and people were very misinformed is just as much that in whatever you want and and can't use. We've been telling you all. The Colonel Goes. Guys. This is good. Guys. Secret or trying to spin? Brad. Sharon caress. Panties. He's been a here on this show for remember. They were sponsoring peoples weddings. They were giving away like a KFC themed wedding. So I have a hard time believing that they weren't nice to this guy, but also if you're if you're on a horse and cart. Y- Y-. There's rules. Don't apply to you. Yeah, so you can't be mad when you find out some rules, do apply. Definitely you can get you definitely. Don't think you can get a Dui. 'CAUSE you're like? I'm not operating him. He's operating on his own if he's. Test Tunnel Care? If you want to test by. Cast my war. She'll talk alphabet. She'll do the alphabet backer. But.

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"malmo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"malmo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Bundy's Malmo who said on the witness stand he said he's a good boy no yeah it was more I do so is there some Ted Bundy stuff I want to say it's on Netflix scary how well how smooth he was you never know no you don't yeah it's a lot of it all like I told you they don't common sense is the middle between moron and genius or both that far away from it it takes a killing you would kind this to a whole nother level my girlfriend here at ESPN one thousand be here till noon we'll talk with Lindsay ferry from ESPN NFL nation she follows the rams will get the latest on what's going on with the rams and they are five and for the bears afford five going into today's game in each and every Friday on the covered in your co show your co gives his keys to a bears victory let's give it a listen go to the ranch your call ask you what he's the victory I'm glad yeah that's guys I could hear the faint sound of the music in the background to our youth to busy laughing back the number one listen we got a block for the quarterback you got to turn styles at tackle right now Bobbi Massey and the little junior are both of these guys probably have the worst years of their career whatsoever they need to muster up the effort lala land to come out and play just a little bit better the defense of wine for this group the three of them got about twenty sacks combined it's a lot of sex for one group yeah it is that so they're going to have to step up to the Mike and are going to have to play better those two human turnstiles going to have to stop that hit the brake and make sure they protect their quarterback you're going to have any chance key number two I want to run the ball Carmen I want power running I want inside traps I want to live with I want all types of stuff happening in the book like the book like what the quarterback went into bootleg usually the pass I sit around I don't care I like it for the one option that's the only RPO I want to see one pass option bootleg both ways I see the number three are they intercepted him last year four times these guys were breaking on the ball they were on point I was at last year's rams bears yeah that's right at Soldier Field and I saw the type of coverage that was being played and it was exceptional they're capable I want to see it again this year interceptions turnovers he number four I don't expect anything out of this guy yes some well anything out of this defense of outside line matter floor yes but if he's got any pride his soul whatsoever you will find a way to make an effort this week and produce a sack last fall ball he got up and returned for a touchdown I'll put this on Leonard Floyd who might be the second biggest disappointment to Adam she you know what he does have going for this game though he seems to play well in primetime well good yes it is so we'll call upon Leonard Floyd contribution this week I like the the keys la la land against the LA rams of analyzed there you go there is a your clothes keys to a bears victory he said a black for the quarterback the turnstiles the tide and the like that run the ball Buthelezi's talking about interceptions in take aways and and your guy letter Floyd our guy letter Floyd I like he said if he has any pride in Seoul right pride is soul he'll make a strip tackle and and strip sacked get the ball rolling for a touchdown while so that be nice to see every realize the C. riding so means you want to do it yeah well he does he's usually he's got and in prime time against Aaron Rodgers R. dizzy there's a bunch of guys on this team are acting like they want to do it right yeah that they need to be calm they need to become the dogs they need to become the the rabid dogs that were planned ours defense last year how they act in cold job is what they need to bring to the feel not what took the game is over your right I thought about jumping around excited yeah right now I did a damn video first sure there's no doubt about it bring that to the field pretend you got clogged up on the field in LA what they're acting like he's expecting to lose walking around in some more rains added to that come on that can't happen that's what I mean about the need to have some fun who weren't about what everybody's saying quite worried about I'm going to make a mistake have some fun baby gone out there have some fun together like you doing club yeah don't see much of Mitchell will because we don't see that when you see a team do not on the field there usually win in order for it always almost always wanted we come back Lizzy very from ESPN NFL Asians valid the rams with the latest on what their condition is as they are five and four they're having their struggles as well on the west coast will talk here we come back it's my go to Fred right here at ESPN one thousand coming up Monday recapping bears rams and looking at the chiefs charges on Monday night in Mexico plus we ponder play on your team's game and another chance for you to come with us to the college football playoff national championship game money and gold we go we start your sports they have five twenty S..

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"malmo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"malmo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"News I'm Richard cancer Nikki Haley former US ambassador to the U. N. has a book coming out in it she asserts former secretary of state rex tellers in and former White House chief of staff John Kelly tried to recruit her in opposing some of president trump's policies you're right she believes they were trying to save the country but to undermine a president is really a very dangerous thing and it goes against the constitution and it goes against what the American people want it was was offensive Elio CBS Sunday morning a new phase in the impeachment probe this week on Wednesday the house intelligence committee will hold open hearings to individuals who were previously deposed behind closed doors will testify in the open William Taylor was the acting ambassador in Ukraine and George can a state department official with responsibility over to you gonna get a picture from Kiev from Ukraine and from Washington from two men who were very alarmed about what was going on and this is the end of their at the end of the week Marie on your vantage who was the ambassador who was pushed out by Rudy Giuliani and others in the administration ABC's Terry Moran after weeks of protest over a disputed election Bolivian president evo Morales resigned and when you get a laugh those who support press and what I did say it is this is a forced resignation the military's behind it and and this is sort of a a fracture of the democratic order and and then those on the right are saying this is just the result of a strong man trying to remain in power at all costs Univision corresponded and re gay Acevedo in a statement United Nations secretary general Antonio Guterres expressed deep concern about the situation in Bolivia and urged all relevant parties to refrain from violence and reduce tension police in Malmo Sweden say a fifteen year old boy was shot and killed another teenager critically wounded in an incident of Mideast busy square the shootings happened minutes after a car bombing elsewhere in that city don't know if they're connected say officials you're listening to ABC news so there's this guy named Jordan and he's a healthy guy is a dad of six and he works as a guide in Alaska but then he goes to the doctor and is diagnosed with cancer stage four in here's the thing he had switched from medical insurance to measure which is a Christian health care sharing ministry so the question for Jordan and his wife Jenny was is this really gonna work our medical bills exceeded a hundred and sixty thousand dollars medic share members shared all our bills it was about more than just the money to this is a real community Medicare is is.

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Social Gastronomy

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:11 min | 1 year ago

Social Gastronomy

"Name is Michael Booth Monica's Nichols Man in Denmark and the author of a book about the Nordic region the almost nearly perfect people for this special edition of the foreign desk in association with Nordic Council of Ministers up into meet as a few of these Nordic food campaigns we start in Oslo where I channel top cat and went rummaging for my dinner in the Dustbins Marie Primary Michael Nice to meet you and I am climate activist. I started dumpster diving because food waste is really big issue and in Norway there's way too much food in all the grocery shops and they throw a so much food and so when I started university three years ago we met up with some friends than we thought that we would try to see how much there's actually and the dumpsters and realized that we could kind of actually live of that. Do you live from the old. What percentage would you say. The food you eat comes from dumpster diving two years ago that was at least maybe seventy percent of my food from dumpster. Diving was the best thing you ever found in a dumpster. we got this a lot of cheese one type and remained these amazing pizzas and we found a lobster when time was gonna ask you about. There must be some kind of categories of food that just don't don't studying seafood is the one that springs to mind. It wasn't good. I really wanted to cut get for my my boyfriend but Sam it was sad evening. Didn't it didn't work out at all and it's eleven o'clock at night. Do you always go dumpster diving having so late in the day well dumpster diving is in technically legal is not technically illegal either but if you want to go you have to go after the shops. APPS are closed. We'll all the legalities. Trespassing laws foods in a trashcan is anyone's right well technically. The shop doesn't own it because they're selling it to the trash company but the trash company doesn't own it until they pick it up and that's why it's okay to take it owes lose probably the most genteel issue of the Nordic capital cities. What do your friends and family say about this. Most of my friends dumpster dive. Maybe have strange friends myself. I Self I'm a vegetarian except for the food dumpster dive so I eat meat as long. It's from a dumpster or supposed to be thrown away from you. Take some risks sometimes of course at just don't take it with meets. People just need to get used to eating food that has gone past the expiry date or just looks a bit. S- off so this is the back of a famous Bran Dan famous chain of supermarkets in the Nordic countries. We were not allowed to name it. Okay so Jacki off and there's three large green dumpsters in front of us some strawberries that you look quite nice done yeah they do and you shouldn't eh what's touching the button because they clean these with a lot of chemicals so it's a bit dangerous. Let's check the others especially for food waste. There's a whole dumpster full of watermelons really nice melon. Oh like flat breads. It's like traditional region flat flat breads made out of potato this is this is the typical dumpster food things could government to to to cut food waste annoy annoy. There's an organization called the future in our hands. That's working to get food waste law so that it's like it would be illegal. Nicholson throwaway fruit they have it in France already in some other countries all shops would donate their leftover food to charities a lot autism education and you can do it in school but actually adults throw away the most fruit okay my adventures with. Oslo climate activist. Maria Hassle Hassle. I nine hasn't turned into a full on dumpster diver but it is a powerful way to draw attention to the fact that globally we waste about a third of the food we produce but what about human sustainability oppressing issue in the Nordic countries for many years has been the integration of migrants refugees with their famous large-scale. Welfare states the Nordic countries need. I need to figure out ways to integrate newcomers. In Malibu Sweden's third city and ambitious new social distortion project is taming to do just that but tilden bog is an urban farm a catering company restaurant and educational center run for and by immigrants to the city the project uses food and farming directly as a societal change maker and it's just completed its final phase of development in Malmo's Rosengard is

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Sweden, Iraqi Government and Iraq discussed on Investing Sense

Investing Sense

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Sweden, Iraqi Government and Iraq discussed on Investing Sense

"That's the reality. Swedish government says the usual weight is more like an hour, though that still longer than most Europeans are used to that the issue that comes up more often than any other in this crowd is crime few people. Here seem to have been personally affected by violence, but many describe feeling unsafe or something happens your call to police. You don't have a chance to police coming. Attack. It's not safe. I live on the countryside crime statistics are tricky Sweden by almost any measure is an extremely safe country. But the overall rate of crime has been slowly rising for more than twenty years gang violence is a real problem in some neighborhoods, and there's been a recent increase in cases of sexual assault, though, that may be partly due to changes in

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"malmo" Discussed on Catfish and Cocaine Podcast

Catfish and Cocaine Podcast

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"malmo" Discussed on Catfish and Cocaine Podcast

"Eases yes yeah you just put you actually i just thought oh god roles and i know because that's a real key woman's father determined house you has a relationship with a ban in because if she see something similar tour data that she did not like it like you can see a woman like just like this witch and she can just immediately like turn into something like whoa whoa whoa whoa and if you don't know that about her that's just conversing with her and talking about the issues that she's like look but they don't even come out like you don't you don't be talking about issues that are have you trigger something that triggers something back in the national you have to discuss that on a crack ubaid like yeah i broke malmo back fifteen times yeah i think the bigger one is like the absence of father right or dad who cheated on the use case i think i think for gender it's like i'm very close to my dad like berry close but so i take after and do what he did he cooked he cleaned he ran the household so that's like what i do so i have a midst of like feminine qualities as well as like masculine qualities because i take what my dad did who i'm very close to and so it's not a gender that's how if i was raised mostly by my mom if she could including all that then i'll probably have a little bit more semester a little bit more live with different but no it's like it's like very high alpha getting this done and like cooking cleaning didn't mind any of that like make sure things are straightened and that's what i took and that's how i am so it's like a mitts so i think that really ship with my father it does shape who you are but also shaped like what kind of role that i spent i spent my man to still be like a man however like i am i do the feminine qualities that i like but i'm also crossing over where i'm doing my.

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"malmo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"malmo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Promised me i don't know my dear it it seems to be everywhere sometimes these last night look at this does naphtha all of this is happening cousin russ it can blame porato no darling now we tried to find happiness that saw can be anything evil in that i don't know keep but i'm free i do not run away with me would not act millions of people must tie for all happiness something is wrong from a blame lies were there but they die for their own stupidity we are not stupid we could have gone back lord no my darling how there'd be no talk of that kind will still fun we will look the chance to work things out where high his change feeling he'd and we can't have any more taxes we owe some kind of did and after the holidays well you're tired nomo that's why you're talk this way deals you in another flight of playing yes there are everywhere why malmo number we'll find simply shut no now is your heating i love him no during the ground for hours quoting a body clothes i was i was only dimly aware that she was that she no longer time dominating the world recede far away shadows of afternoon pointed all one way in my thoughts ruling the only dreams with a dream mustered for several minutes not realizing who they were watching him approach through the bushes for the came within yards before it struck me suddenly let's uniforms they were soldiers of the south and east with only one thought in mind jump to my seat and ran toward the our view no no it's all right all right you don't need those guns i mean your arm you see i only wanted you not not to come here it's my wife she's she did there is no one else here no no put away the bayonet there's no need for you can take your men around the other four cleveland the door so share what would long time first a attracted crawled back to her i quit and later i was unconscious whether this fiamma gotten that lasts flaming and the world i do not know but of this i am sure when the end does come michelle come for man's on heating selfishness romance stupidity or one man stood up and london thing can was no.

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What does Russia think about Rex Tillerson?

Fresh Air

01:30 min | 3 years ago

What does Russia think about Rex Tillerson?

"Them and said what about the second part did you have any communications with russia about who trump would pick for secretary of state and they have an answered and rex tillerson who became secretary of state did russia consider him more friendly to their interests very much so of tips rex tillerson had been the ceo of exxon mobil and at at exxon noble he had engineered a huge deal with the russian oil company rosneft and worked very closely with russia and was very familiar with top people in the kremlin and um you know it's hard to know what what tillerson's views really are independent of of trump's but you can say that neither of them have so far imposed the new sanctions that congress demanded as retaliation for russia's interference in the election so let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more my guest is new yorker staff writer jane mayer we're talking about her new investigative article called the man behind the dossier how christopher steal compiled his secret report on trump's ties with russia we'll be right back this is fresh air wnyc is supported by the vital projects fond enemies he him of modern art where the critically acclaimed exhibition to our cylinder amaral inventing modern art in brazil is now on view more info and tickets at malmo dot org mom.

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"malmo" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"malmo" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Stereotype and mr you're typed been you know guys with missing p beer uh you know they could strain together two words and we just laugh at them we saw the multi because no one took them seriously that was the client and the neonazis that the media presented to us and so what's your taylor i saw someone that frighten me because i knew that with my mind and my sense of justice and how don't like double standard that if i were that poor white kid from appalachia i thought some his arguments could be persuasive to me and i wanted people to see that they hit the wrong image that will well educated people and they were taken the language other lay up to its logical conclusion and i think part of the appeal today is the fact that white people i'm not doing so well in america if you read charles murray's research or you look at uh the opr uh uh diction the people that are being affected and just the outlook the hopelessness that white people are experiencing i think it's only natural that as they become a smaller percentage of the population they would act and think like other minorities and in parts of the country they're already a minority and so they are just engage in in malmo human behavior when you see your world change that's right i love that you point out that articulate racists like as spencer of somebody or jeered taylor are much more dangerous there there the because uh people might be tempted to take them seriously and to take their idea seriously because they have a nice polish you know and maybe they were tweed suits it's always seems to me that the reason that white nationalist go so wrong is that they love christendom they talk at nauseam about christendom and western christendom but they reject christianity most of these guys are atheists' like richard spencer is an avowed atheist at between getting uh you're you're part of your academic carat trade and so as you're actually didn't know that a jury taylor also an atheist and but you had this experience this bornagain christian experience during your academic career how did that come about and how did that experience of christianity affect your view of politics i can tell you that answer how i was the only one.

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"malmo" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"malmo" Discussed on Le Show

"The enemies pretend that it some kind of sex scandal acting as if i am a sword of sleazy sex man just because i have a guy who knows how to handle lips they could sink may shift it's too much already baffled two in touch stormy dan you huda messed up mike careful plan own very very smart to her on i don't wager be in angry when a malmo battle with a smile if you're for your immune ways waseige said he bore wa the twogoal style jaski across from crawl two the house i'll see you no way now playing cat and mouse law their johnson.

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"malmo" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"malmo" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"One or two point nine karn okay our guest george ridder is an attorney but more importantly he is he concerned member of the city of malmo l and the uh the city has decided they're going to have a special election march 13th nobody's paying attention to a raise your taxes iman mill a whole percent but two to half supercenters make sure i give this uh at all common core math corner to half's equal a whole that's right in the current tax rate right now is one percent for the city so that would double it yeah yeah yeah what could possibly go wrong it of course all they're worried about he is congestion omam l boulevard uh public safety but not limited to review you gets my drift eyes sounds like a great idea actually doesn't sell a great idea i've done an informal poll all the voices in my head they all agree this is jacked up this is wet um if 501 43 300 nine to by the way if you have any questions or comments elaine in mom male elaine you're on newsradio one or two point nine karn with doc washburn a george ridder what's up while you kind of hatch donahue had that timing of this knows here it's a special election at a time when nobody thinking about oh dang right and they designed it that way to slipped it past the electorate it sounds like uh the other thing if you live out here you'll see all these fix our traffic signs up that's being paid for by somebody and it's one not the issue but raising taxes this and the bombs they are trying to push through just means further debt without for the promise and that is not a public safety issue i didn't understand that public safety tax that they have going on could you explain that because it doesn't seem like that's really part of it wrote the kinda through two different concepts here they lay through the the the first half's percent yes to cover the bond sabban money is going to be used for for the in theory for the.

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"malmo" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"malmo" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Condit properties that plastics that you seeing shampoo bottles and things have it does need some post processing so it doesn't have the cross linking things the more complicated thirddegree structure that plastics have that get used commercially but those are things that you can add in a chemical cents after they've been extracted from the bacteria we might be out of design the feed that we keep the bacteria better to actually enhance the production of copolla masai poem is made up of more than one malmo mortem on building block and if we do that the plastics will come out close its commercial plastics at that point already how easy will a speed to scale up how you can get and usable amount of plastic from this process yet it's not it's not trivial so we would have to do things like high density so cultures and they quite hard to manage so you would need to have membrane technologies and things like that to have maximum maximum maximum number of bacteria and small footprints of space so that you've got minimal amount of water maximum amount of bacteria and therefore ease of extraction of the bacteria so these are these not trivial questions but if we can get the technology working at the lab scale the nets con of where we would link up with an engineer who would solve hopefully those problems for us and then at the end of this process you hopefully have a plastic there is biodegradable why is it biodegradable just she leapt because of the nature of why the bacteria make it they make it so i have a common source light to win light when they have abundant solve oxygen but they don't have any carbon external to the sale it has to be degradable why them otherwise i wouldn't have made it for the advantage of getting the fat in their sales in stealing it from all the bacteria so that automatically mains's biodegradable.

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"malmo" Discussed on From the Heart: Conversations with Yoga Girl

From the Heart: Conversations with Yoga Girl

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"malmo" Discussed on From the Heart: Conversations with Yoga Girl

"Development which for me requires looking at some of my own behavior in my own shortcomings and i can definitely see that i've had in the past the sort of pattern of um let me freezes right um so whenever someone leaves me if that makes sense i immediately can take a relationship that was good and i can turn at bat so i'm and of course like doing a lot of in a work here but uh i come from a from a past of at lot of abandonment in my past a lot of death suicidal depressed malmo tried to commit suicide several times mmd left me when i was little all this stuff so i definitely have abandonment issues and this manifest their shows itself this wound opens up when ever someone uh exits my life for whatever reason and specifically in business i don't know why i think there's something about business m a t one of my teachers told me ones that you can tell everything you need to know about a person from how they treat what's in their pocket it was like when he was in the pocket pocket money you know how we act and react around money in how money police apart in our lives um it it's a really good indication for how we show up in life because in his one about money of material stuff in getting rich and all this stuff but providing for ourselves rates of feeling provided it's our basic form of security knowing that we can provide for ourselves and for our family it's a really big thing and some people are really trusting and they know they're always cared foreign had this very relaxed trusted grounding attitude and so people don't trade always feel like we're lacking and we have to fight very hard to make ends meet and the matter how much we have were never going to have enough and i definitely come from that place of lacking and that place of lack or that fear of lacking shows itself in opens that wound whenever i have any form of abandonment in my life and abandonment doesn't even meet you know i'm a chemical woman i ever really beautiful family have a great relationship with both my parents today but that wound of being a ban.

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"malmo" Discussed on The Body of Knowledge

The Body of Knowledge

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"malmo" Discussed on The Body of Knowledge

"Um but i'm less and less happy like what's going on here like the assumption is that if you make more money that you'll probably be happier that's why people want to make more money 'cause i think it will lead to more happiness italy the more security italy the more freedom etcetera etcetera and in many more status in in respect soon and whatever else whatever makes you feel good but at the same time it was taking me away from by the thing that i truly valued which was you'll being a teacher and having fun hanging out people jim and teach them how to be fit and bem coming to me and saying like malmo godley changed my life which which happens all the time and feel fantastic with someone come tells you that you fucking change their life and like there they lost eighty pounds now there now they're and shapour i got i got i got one guy that comes me every time i see and he goes saved my life right tells me every time season i end up that's fantastic like that the system aging thing so um uh we decided to get back to our roots so to speak and really focus on uh you know fitness strict conditioning barbault shrugged the show um we want to focus on that and bottle business we actually let fall by the wayside part of that was that we're not jim owners anymore i mean we are we own agem but like we don't run a daytoday happening years and so while when we started barbault business we were running a jim day to day now we don't need more and soast is kinda like well that was a that was a great phase where we were running the gym every day and i still have many business lessons to teach jim owners uh but it just wasn't it wasn't where we wanted our future to be and so we we let that go uh.

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"malmo" Discussed on Beers with Talos

Beers with Talos

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"malmo" Discussed on Beers with Talos

"This was byerly in malmo or not just not just python nudge us see cleaner but i mean and not me dogma brewery what was your hand break which is a mac application there was uh there was another mac application recently the add the same thing had now we're embedded into it i mean obviously i think getting a are we shifting against the question is shifting away from you know were dark exploitation and getting to haley she's attacked us by chain if an attacker a supply chain attack is a dream right they have a solid victimes have a way to slide it ends that there's no exploit really to detect right off the bat and then simply deigned stolen our so it's really skipping that step that would make it easy to detect i mean like let's look back at netanya right in was deployed out a lot of people couldn't find a vector number ailing it basically split in through the tax date and in doing so people assumed it must have come in by email and so lots of companies were staring for these phantom emails meanwhile their networks they're just melting down that whereabouts of the thing of all hey in a came in via email and then what he's looking for email one it that wasn't the case it's all we've done our region our email bashing bid for this episode every episode so no it's not it's a uh the whole attack ray is an abuse of trust right so you are are leveraging someone else's trust and in two delivery your ten and that's one of the one of the things that made it would make in each of these discussions of very um it's difficult question coming out of these is well how do we protect ourselves against that right and so from our perspective we're super happy with the performance of that engine in this case.

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"malmo" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"malmo" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

"The down leads is getting the mob in there well the thing outfitted barilan blau knees an old man may zone with the round lindsey graham and met in malmo down a month the main theme that the by why dismaying feeling today leave the review in the end of the body the in the with the the road of them the vein meaning when the royal with forwards cheered the man of the day the head of the and threatening the of of brain brain the rated the view by view and the man that day and he in the with the date three albuquerque the leave law the man that day all the nafta fanalert anna deavere smith let me away and then do laugh oh man in the late through and the out leaves brandin cooks no.

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"malmo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"malmo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The butler all the other schools that higher than that they were regional driveable cities jackson and ohio state right to left in a tied ballgame would 205 left in the first bates the up passes it off jackson behind the back thompson defensively on him at thompson it's going to pick up the fouth milan check values all the fao george got a jump in the air the thompson's going to pick up his second personal then a ton of thousand this game but thompson does become one of those players with two all jorgensen get accounted for the bulldogs with malmo jorgensen david martin and wiedemann ohio state inbounding across from the butler bench in the forecourt 2020 still under to to go the first take mrs on his 3point attempt last touched by butler everybody was point in a different directions but anthony gis us as it was last touched by the bulldogs who will stay ohio state ball been awkward inbounding spot next to sean mcdermott who's not blanked today and gambled out of it over on the butler bench jackson passes in a pass this bates diaw now they'll move it around the horn taylor tries another three and he has missed on all his attempts today jorgensen picks up the rebound pushing nampo handed over to martin martin and the bulldogs have a chance to take their first latest david worth three that's no good wiedemann battling underneath would take out apply its butler wall on the baseline of christian david deep look at an opening make this there's no doubt and again play crucial minutes for the ball on chance couple of rebounds and five minutes out of the fourth all lovey about our lives it back over david the ninety six seconds left in the first half tied at twenty.

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"malmo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"malmo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That consciousness with writing a character like that how did you go about i mean it's it would be easy i guess too in some ways glorify close behavior or two kind of highfives them in a way that i mean i guess that was never mirrors i mean a one thing nice about reading a bunch of short chapters is that you could have a malmo dining room table met you say you know what i'm looking at this at its just not gonna look good no matter how are you there and to move it around like that but i don't it's the high fiving of kind of obscene behaviour just kind of enrages me to no end that we pretend that what does actually super mainstream culture rate massage is lake edgy right like picture a world where this is have no we're in that world now i think and all that kind of fun highfiving about it is if you're eating he also kinds of put puts himself into a trap that where he can never seen now which is interesting too i mean i think he gets into a boy's trap where he can't see now even at a certain point where he kind of wants to rain yeah which i think really interesting we're we're that kind of goes with him what seems clear to me that there is a certain kind of ugly sexual encounter that goes on with depressing regularity among young people were no one's having a good time and the one stopping everyone's how horrible time and of course by horrible time we mean a wide variety of experiences and reactions that rain from that's the last time i drink edgar meister to like are completely ruined life grant i think that's i mean that's another kind of just difficult thing to unpack about sexuality.

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"malmo" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"malmo" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"If nobody else has the guts to say it i'm going to say it i believe manafort was acting as a mole for the pedestrians and for the clintons just my opinion six one to sabotage and subvert the trump campaign from within and notice the malmo they got rid of manafort because trump is a result sky and he saw the numbers were going down down down down don't moment they through manafort overboard kellyanne conway came on board steve bannon came on board and what did they tell trump donald just be donald talk about immigration talk about the wall talk about trade talk about foreign policy talk about the travel ban stick to your core issues stick to america first wish moute michigan wisconsin pennsylvania ohio they will fall in your hand like a ripe fruit which is exactly what happened and so to me the bigger question i wanna know now was manafort a double agent acting on behalf of the fidesz does and the clintons six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight is the number okay the kunar country poll question of the day day powered by bill kelley financial services do you believe that the indictments against manafort will eventually bring down trump can mueller leverage this to eventually bring down the big prize which is the president himself if you believe the answer is yes text the letter eight the six eighty six eighty if you believe the answer is no there may be some smoke but there's no fire jeff text the letter beat the six eighty six eighty you can vote online a w rko dot com brittany.

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"malmo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"malmo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"He's on mice mezzaluna tonight good match of surely against mats above the mets of the walking wounded earn we'll talk mets with keeps handles who's actually coming off in the walking wounded himself 'cause i heard you say at surgery obviously you'll see keith on us and why you could tune in there soon what am i for the mets in that first pitch at seven ten and the the legendary first baseman joins us now keep what's going on well what gone wii chinese okay all right did you have a scope 100 total from you are show me reply all you did i had a total about six the two thousand six these seventeen years ago a third of the total land so the the the did you have the new guy or the all the all the new kind of a new kind i have got malmo carbon on the inner part of my right knee is gone guts on on bone yes always outside were fine go they give it but imparted cranium and yes and very matter there you go so our crisis it a bone years ago so they had a put them through so i voted i haven't had any problems that let me problems with it i mean can't run but other now you can even get a lot of pain out of it anyway or i don't plan on going you're okay yes yeah so hopefully i'm a good to hear that euro care and i i i i i don't know if no no quality of life when you're hurting like no that's for sure that takes away the pain.

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