21 Burst results for "Marya"

"marya" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

07:01 min | Last month

"marya" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Or al Qaeda you might think of Iran which there's a much more complicated history there. But these are specific tracks that involve terrorism that involved sort of you know. More on the right side of the political spectrum in some respects, but it this time? Islam was emerging as the same way that you know. Indians might be reimbursing a hinduism or people in Ceylon or Thailand were or were you know? Reengineering Buddhism in certain ways and actually doing a similar project with Buddhism, and there was a western interest in Buddhism being kind of modern rational project and re, but also reinventing all native traditions in the arsenal to reverse colonialism. There's nothing specific or special about Islam in that regard and so the Europeans are also seeing that this religion can be an ally and a tool of colonial holding necessity or it can be flipped back in their face. So they're trying to anticipate that as well, and then through this conversation, we'll see some parallels in policy towards Muslims today. Well, yeah I. In this period this fear of fun Islam which was also older just didn't emerge after the first war but had a lot to do with colonial anxiety. And you get these independent movements, for instance, in in France that are very much link independence also to Islam. So. This. Fear about it has a lot to do with that, and there were a lot of tools of control and sense. The the French authorities kept a really close eye on hold these different organizations and through different organs like for instance, is sort of not trading but an area where they would go to get work in an office and there will always be intelligence people would be watching them because. Yeah. Islam was almost also tool as to of control in that way. and. It's hard to compare. I. Understand why but it's still difficult to compare to the situation today. Again, these colonial empires were so big and had such a big influence on politics policy and we don't really have the right now are not in the same way. But. I guess there is some. Yeah there's this sort of idea of when you fear something, you can take steps to control it and I think in a way we see that today with the kind of movement towards having something called I put this in can scare quotes British or European is. as if there can be in Islam engineered in Europe that's europe-friendly and friendly to the kind of public inside of Europe or and that involves training imams in the Netherlands and in France or state-sponsored training of Imams, and all of these kind of ideas are they. They reflect a similar mentality which is maybe their. Governments wresting control over something that they fear or don't understand. And I think we see it today and we also saw in that period. Though it looks very different and maybe the entities being feared are very different. Right that was actually the that's the Paulo is looking for Mario and I want you to expand on that because. I think it's important to be fair and be rigorous in this conversation that there is. Okay. So one of the important sort of things that you guys both note in your article is that the discourse on Islam and Europe today. Is the frame is wrong because Islam is not new to Europe and there is this very broad deep and textured history here that involves the colonial experience that involves migration that involves all of these counter cultural movements and anti colonial movements and everything else. But at the same time. In Europe today, you have challenge where. All of these things are sort of happening concurrently. You have the rise of the right you have tremendous bigotry and. Phobia and everything else that is expressed towards Muslims and people coming from the Middle East north. Africa. And then you also do have. In fact, we can be quite clear I think you know the distinction between and Islam Nick inspired anti-colonial politics versus You know why would someone be drawn to joining Isis? That's an entirely different sort of conversation but we can also acknowledge I guess to be real here that there are legitimate security concerns and there are legitimate conversations about. Balancing multi-culturalism national identity and everything else and so I guess what I'm curious about is what do you both see and Mario I'll start with you from this research and from in grounded in this history that can at least start to get us to ask the right questions and have the right. Sort of frame so we can start dealing with these challenges more intelligently now. Question. Always. So I think one thing that for me, it is research. Really. Illuminates is that not only Islam new to Europe but the relationship between Europe and all of these different kinds of Islam and Muslims and converts. is so complex and sort of thinking about. The past we see some trans that are still helpful in explaining things today, and so one of those trends is this kind of other is adding of Islam and sort of state the relationship between Islam in the state, which was never simple never easy and is related to the colonial experience something that I. Think. We ignore this past, we were unable to truly understand Islam today and. And if we start the narrative in the seventies or the sixties, we're all black ding a really important part of history and I think I'm doing that makes it seem like there's this new Islam phenomenon that. Is Occurring and avoid obviously we know that's not true. It's a very long and and kind of compelling history, and so I just think beginning tout to look at a kind of both y a broader framework for understanding the relationship between Europe and his mom and Muslims in Europe and European Muslims, and I mean in the piece we don't even talk about Muslims in Eastern Europe, which is a totally different and really Important an historic Muslim communities. But I do think that. One of the problems that both of us speaking for Sophie but have with the discourse is that it's so flattens Islam and Muslim identity and really the kind of fear of global terrorism or Al Qaeda or Isis released..

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"marya" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:41 min | Last month

"marya" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Of Essex big essay collection of politics I ever read but you. kind of soon learned the limitations of A. Of You know the new atheist type of, let's look at what these you know. Horrible Muslims are doing now. Type of approach that a lot of people like to Michael had you know like More material historically grounded analysis about. That I don't know what that sound was but. That wasn't. Logical Anyway this is a good example of Michael's. SORTA. Well, rounded approach to these things It's a wide ranging interview on the influence of Islam in Europe before you know the. Our modern times of you know how we think of it as an invader their actually the aristocrats embraced it to a certain extent to but So yeah, this is from May. Tenth two. Thousand Sixteen and Michael Does this joint interview with Maria Hanoun and Sophie Span and I just want to say before he go to that joined the jury dot com become a member of this show. Keep US sustained You know it's tough out there if you're dealing with covid stresses obviously. That's out for you. But if you're doing alright gender joined the majority of Dot Com and enjoy this. Interview Michael Did. I am Michael Brooks and joining us now is our I should say. Mario Han and she is a PhD student at Georgetown University and Sophie Spawn she is a PhD candidate at you trekked university in the Netherlands they're both studying.

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16 Dead, Including 3 Children In Chicago Shootings This Weekend

Sean Hannity

01:38 min | 3 months ago

16 Dead, Including 3 Children In Chicago Shootings This Weekend

"Weekend in a row. We've had to tell you about multiple Children being killed by gunfire in Chicago. A total of 16 people killed this weekend. Three of them were Children. Grand total of 63 people shot this weekend and now Group of Chicago business owners are putting up a big part of money to ensure that those shooters of these babies are caught. The youngest victim killed this weekend was 20 month old, sincere gassed in. He was shot in the chest while riding in his car seat near 60th hosted Saturday. His mother was grazed by a bullet as well. 10 year old Lena Nunez died that evening after being hit in the head by a straight bullet. She was inside a second floor apartment in Logan Square when bullets came through the window with a 35 100 block of West Dickins. Police believe the stray bullets came from two groups firing at each other outside. Then there was a 17 year old killed in humble park that same day during a fight. An eight year old girl also shot while sitting inside on the couch and 66 Southwood and West Inglewood. Luckily, she did survive with the graze wound to her head, though. Just last weekend, 106 people shot including three year old Mukai James and 13 year old Ah Marya Jones, both of whom were killed during the deadliest weekend of the year. Newly formed group called I'm Telling Don't Shoot is now offering $50,000 in reward money down Find shooters in the cases of the littlest victims you're talking about Makai insincere put up another 25 final gets going. Put up 100 So you tell me with $100,000. Room, or nobody's going to say to say nothing right? So that

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Vestiaire and Depop on the Rise of the Resale Economy

The Business of Fashion Podcast

09:42 min | 8 months ago

Vestiaire and Depop on the Rise of the Resale Economy

"We invited Max Bittner. Ceo of vascular collective and Marya RAGAS COPD pop to the voices twenty nine teen stage to speak with B. O. F. Sustainability correspondent. Sarah Kent about the rise of the resale economy. Neither you come from a fashion industry background so I wanted to stop by having both of you talk through way you come from and what drew you to this opportunity and Maria if you would like to kick off sure so late Hayden I also have to accept that I come from. The math made consulting World and I did that for about five years and then I jumped into the world Started at groupon. I did that for about five years. And then I I discovered depot actually before being part of the team Because I was looking for some vintage clothes and I was talking about the fact that he was a mobile first platform which five years ago. It was not that obvious Many companies wear addresses from web into mobile and so the fact that he was mobile. I the fact that they were using social media very smart way to build community to to a very very organic way I was redirected by it. So that's why he joined a Max. You had very strong equalness background but not in fashion. So why make the jump into this industry so I previously built a company called Lozada in Southeast Asia which was ECOMMERCE general merchandise? We are actually terribly bad at fashion and was one of my obsession for a long time and I really failed miserably. Added and after selling the company TATY BABA. I was looking for opportunities moving back to Europe. In vecchio opportunity came out of nowhere after I didn't know the company understood the concept of retail. But I've been in such a tunnel for the last seven eight years that I didn't have time to digest it but what fascinated me when I looked at the business in kind of engaged with with Moore was the incredible emotional connection between the buyers and the sellers and the products in the brands and the engagement with the platform and coming from Asia. This whole concept of community social engagement is is such a big part of ECOMMERCE and I felt that you know. Of course you have pioneers like the pope driving that in Europe but the rest of the environment was still heavily Amazon Dogma ties about a surge after card filters efficiently as possible. You know the emotional connection of of you know not much so I felt this was an incredibly exciting but and you know living in a world where we all ask ourselves what to do. It seemed like an amazing opportunity to actually run a business. Which core kind of fundamental is built on sustainability is built on on circularity? So you know I looked at what the business was good at and I think the stairs and amazing fashion. Dna A great brand amazing supply and a look at what could be improved with my background on Scaling and Tech Company and I felt the combination was an amazing one. Utah Utah Johnson. Very topical points this Stain Ability. The power of community all of which kind of encapsulated in recall. Mus Is it that that's helping to drive this market now. All Maria water. What is driving the growth? We're seeing and resell the moment So I think there's there's three things that are driving. Industry one is definitely a consumer behavior change towards Secondhand again five years ago it was hard to to believe that there was gonna be in a way you think about the next generation more than fifty percent are already buying secondhand or concealing to Isaac and hunting the near future so this is something that five years ago it was really hard to to conceive. the second thing is the fact that sicken sick and heights more accessible and so our consumer supressive by default so allowing people to buy high quality items at a lower price is definitely something very attractive for consumers and lastly the proliferation of all impact from slightly Bob and respective it's allowing a basic concentration of inventory at digitally military that allows consumers to have more choice in the case of of depot. I think the driver has been more and driven by our core audience so ninety percents of our users are under the age of twenty six. So they're very young and they are looking for for ways to socialize. That are different to the ones of all of the generation so again The promoted social media. Because that's their mobile natives. And they they do that. Also for fashion dates so for us will go a community. You see that the fact that the pope is social platform social marketplace. It has basically make the business to grow faster and getting Organic Way. And then secondly the second thing that our audience wants is to make money and so we are able to provide a platform that makes it very easy for them to sell those items and to make money as a result so as a consequence you you have very vibrant community are very engaged users that are super passionate about fashion and they are actually in the day making secondhand cool which again contributes to making the resale platform. I mean the the research will go faster. And that's that's the has a slightly different beast as a luxury product. It's more it's an older consumer. Is it the same drivers the flight northing happy? You remembered all the statistics because keeps forgetting them but to add to that. I think there's one or two points which are allowing us as a business to thrive. I think the first one is that that from the outside the fashion industry in some sort of way mirrors. What's happening in society? Where you know. The rich get richer and the luxury players are chasing them up. The stairs might use the example of being also consultant in the past. Having to buy suits choice back then was buying Hugo boss suits. I'm German so that's what I have to wear as a German and buying food which I couldn't afford the time in at the time is any suit would cost like eight hundred fifty euros nine euros now. Sued cost two thousand five hundred euros and on the bottom end. You know you have the parts of side which are struggling and fast fashion becoming cheaper and cheaper to to serve those needs and you have this forgotten middle class. You know which in the past could afford I suit is bag a nice night in a in a nice hotel but a lot of that has become out of reach because the industry defines itself by becoming more and more exclusive and you know being some sort of a hard to reach and so I think the opportunity frosties is absolutely to defend ourselves and make a lot of these beautiful products accessible in some sort of way in finding the right owner for the right product and the right time in their life cycle. So I think that's two points and I'm sure you'll both happily talk about how great this market is and the opportunities there for the next fifteen minutes. Let's talk a little bit about the challenges as well on the luxury side. Everyone will be aware of the criticisms leveled against the Rio recently in terms of the problems with their authentication problem. Max with Vesti Eras. Call capacitor in the space. How damaging are those allegations the credibility of the entire luxury resale market? And how big a challenge is authentication. You know I'm I'm not going to hide behind. This was my competitor. You know I think you will find the same criticism against this year am out there. I think we do a lot to improve every single day and you know we face our challenges being fast growing company to to scale of every process that we make as much as we can so so. We're not perfect. We try to perfect. We try to improve every day. I think the the two three things to that I really want to point out is Frost at our cores is the trust in our community and the trust that community gifts to each other and towards us and if things in that in these processes breakdown You know we really see all as a platform to step in and say okay something wrong. We'll take care of it in. The consumers need to reach out to us and we will fix it and we tried to learn from every one of these mistakes every single time they happen and I think the second one is that we have this community. We have people we trust. These people have a history on us and I think it's our job as a platform in the future to make that history much more transparent and and you know bring people together and but let's not distract from the things that we do well. I think it's very easy for for new business models like ours who go like the speed that we do to point out the small things which go wrong you know. I would love people to really focus on on the good we bring. I think we are fundamentally at Harvard business. Which does something about sustainability and circularity? And that's a lot more than you know. Trucking in forty trees to fashion show in saying

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Booking a Hotel, Why Not Try Parasailing? Travel Websites Push Experiences

WSJ Tech News Briefing

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Booking a Hotel, Why Not Try Parasailing? Travel Websites Push Experiences

"Are trying to do people already book, you know, our place to stay with them. Right. So if they book a place to stay, and perhaps they book a fly, and perhaps book a car. Well, they want to find things to do. Right. They want to become essentially a one stop shop for most customers. And so I mean right now. About eighty percent of those type of experiences are offline so they're very small, mama. Pop medium kind of companies that are offering these experiences. So these are online travel agencies and hotels a hoping that they can provide that service directly through online and at the same time have all these experiences listed so that people can book everything through them. And then that way, they get more of a person's a spending dollars right for someone who is maybe trying to get a feel of how this might work and their options out there. Where's a good place to start? What kinds of companies have a good footing with this where it's a little user friendly. If someone's looking to book and experience while they travel what's out there. So I mean, I I love the companies are really moving into this. I mean expedient has been around and has been doing it for awhile typifies has been doing the same. But now they're offering a way for people to book more directly through them. Also, you have eater dot com. That's another big. One and then booking dot com is known for like booking hotels. But now you can book experiences through them too. And they're expanding more worldwide. So some those are some of the big like online travel agencies that are really moving into space, obviously hotels, always provided some type of service of experiences usually you had to go to like your front desk or something when now you can do it online. You can book dose experience in some cases, like even with Marya. You don't even have to be staying at one of the hotels will be able to book an experience. Right. These are all good things to know. Especially now is a holiday season approaches. People are going to be doing their vacation things. So good to, you know, get a little bit more organized with maybe I should think so much. Thank you for your time for more details. Head to wsJcom, we can find more podcast like this one, including our latest from personal tycoon this David Pierce instant message. There is a brand new episode out Friday. That's for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm telling you Bruce does thanks for listening.

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Booking a Hotel? Airbnb, Expedia Push Experiences Too

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Booking a Hotel? Airbnb, Expedia Push Experiences Too

"Of the travel and leisure variety is seeing a bit of a seismic shift in how people do and books stuff specifically while they're on vacation or traveling somewhere. New companies like Airbnb trip advisor and Expedia are helping you organize. The roughly eighty percent of travel activities now booked off line more after these tech headlines. Investors. Keep their eyes on the tech stocks this week the arrest of Weiwei technologies chief financial officer in Canada over alleged violations of sanctions on Iran fan fears of another escalation in tensions between the world's two largest economies. Determinant market reaction. Saw the Dow tumble as much as seven hundred eighty five points Thursday before sharply pairing those losses in the final hour of the session closing at twenty four thousand nine hundred sixty seven tech firms have been among the worst hit by the icy trade relations between the US and China weighing on the global markets and prompting fears of slowing global growth for the very latest updates tutti markets had to wsJcom or the WSJ app. Microsoft is pushing for the regulation of facial recognition technology, arguing that the matter is urgent Brad. Smith Microsoft's president and chief legal officer says that delays to enacting new rules could. Quote, exasperate societal issues and quote in a blog post Thursday Smith listed, the benefits official recognition, but also urged governments worldwide to enact regulations specifically saying that new laws should notify people and get their consent. When facial recognition tech is being used. And yes, it has finally happened lift has filed confidential paperwork for an initial public. Offering a key step that keeps the ride hailing firm on pace to hit the public market early next year lifts planned IPO is one of the most anticipated Silicon Valley debuts in recent years the filing which was expected which suggest lift remains a step ahead of rival Uber as both work toward IPO's in twenty nineteen. And according to the latest report in the journal lift is aiming to debut in March or April of next year coming up booking a hotel. Why not try parasailing while you're at it? Travel websites are pushing experience now it's a thing. How airbnb? Expedia looked to make your online travel booking a little easier. More and more booking and hotel companies are trying to sell travelers more online than just a place to stay these web based firms. Also want customers to purchase experiences like sailing, excursions food tours and even aquarium adventures the growing trend seems to be working for all parties involved. Let's talk more about it. With the Wall Street Journal's I shall Muslim who joins us in the podcast studio. Welcome. Thank you. I remember hitting upon this for the podcast when I think it was Airbnb that I started to roll out their experiences seems like the concepts made some traction since then. Yeah. More and more people are turning to online travel companies like expedient provider even Airbnb to book their experiences. I mean, they're looking for unique things to do when they're out of town instead of going to a travel agent they're turning to online like many people have in their phones to find things out. Fun things to do. And the good news for, you know, these big hotel entities is that there's a big pot to dip into right? There's huge potential for money. They could stand to benefit from some extra revenue here as well. Right. I mean, all of these companies are in the travel industry, and they just trying to get a biggest share. I mean at some point you have to figure out like how you can make more money, and that's really what they're doing. So there joining this experiences industry as to make sure that they can make more money in, you know, give back to shareholders really how good are things going are traditional travel agents concern, just yet about this rising digital competition. So whatever untold is that travel agents are really concerned that much obviously they've been affected into pass. But they they feel that they're really more travel advisers now than agents, so they're not just booking and selling you a trip or something to do. But they're really catering to you personally. Is the an experience really driving your tin. So they're trying to offer those services a so way to stand out from OT as that may just give you a listing, but not necessarily put an Tinder together for you. You see the adoption of it clearly more people are utilizing it more entities are utilizing as service. I guess the big selling point though is the ease of use. Right. It's convenient, you know, having everything right on our smartphone. It seems like why wouldn't it all work together? Why wouldn't you just have, you know, book something and then book and experience and have it all in one sort of compartment? I think that's probably what's driven people to this. Right. I mean, that's part of what the these companies that are involved in the top of bookings are trying to do people already book, you know, our place to stay with them. Right. So if they book place to stay, and perhaps they book fly, and perhaps a book a car. Well, they want to find things to do. Right. They want to become essentially a one stop shop for most customers. And so I mean right now. About eighty percent of those type of experiences are offline so they're very small, mama. Pop medium kind of companies that are offering these experiences. So these are online travel agencies and hotels a hoping that they can provide that service directly through online and at the same time have all these experiences listed so that people can book everything through them. And then that way, they get more of a person's a spending dollars right for someone who is maybe trying to get a feel of how this might work and their options out there. Where's a good place to start? What kinds of companies have a good footing with this where it's a little user friendly. If someone's looking to book and experience while they travel what's out there. So I mean, I I love the companies are really moving into this. I mean Expedia has been around and has been doing it for awhile typifies has been doing the same. But now they're offering a way for people to book more directly through them. Also, you have eater dot com. That's another big. One and then booking dot com is known for like booking hotels. But now you can book experiences through them too. And they're expanding more worldwide. So some of those are some of the big like online travel agencies that are really moving into space, obviously hotels, always provided some type of service of experiences usually you had to go to your front desk or something when now you can do it online. You can book dose experience in some cases, like even with Marya. You don't even have to be staying at one of the hotels will be able to book an experience. Right. These are all good things to know. Especially now is a holiday season approaches. People are going to be doing their vacation things. So good to get a little bit more organized with maybe I should think so much. Thank you for your time for more details. Head to wsJcom we can find more podcast like this one including our latest from personal Tacoma. Stated Pierce instant message. There is a brand new episode out Friday. That's it for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm telling you Bruce does thanks for listening.

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"marya" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"marya" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"To news talk eight three oh Albouy salsa today. It's a funky fund Friday with Chile running the board playing the music making it fun. Somebody texted in. They said that south west light rail line goes to Eden prairie they should send it all the way to pays the park and call it the purple barn. Yes. I'm loving it. And then we can go out there and take a tour. Get some, hats and t shirts and have lunch have lunch. Have you been out there? Have you taken the paisley park tour? I have not taken the tour, but I've been to paisley park. Let's leave it at that. I wish you could see the eyes. I'm getting right now, not a topic for live radio show. I'm dropping it off. Right. That sounds good. I'm walking over. You know, one of the things that people are worried about today is this Marriott data-breach. Yes. Five hundred million guests could be impacted at Starwood hotels as they and Marya discovered that unauthorized acted within its Starwood network has been taking place since two thousand and fourteen so four years or so the credit card numbers expiration dates at some gusts may have been taken as for two-thirds that could include their mailing address phone number Email address passport number. God Dr would prefer guest account information, which includes date of birth gender. Arrival and departure information. And sometimes other data such as mailing address. And other information. That's just too much. That's shocking. The shocking part is that it's been going on for four years. Nobody nobody.

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"marya" Discussed on In Black America

In Black America

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"marya" Discussed on In Black America

"Is there a difference in politics? Black politics about ten twelve years ago. President Julius Marya Tanzania. State in this pan-africanist concept. If you don't mind me loot into it. But president of airy of Tanzania said with African people must move to destroy those lines that divide African nations and what he was saying. And that was and he was talking to all African people whether you in American West Indies, whether you're in Africa, proper he was saying that we have to unify our 'cause we have to deal without common interests and common goes to pursue them. I as a unified force with harmony, recognizing the differences in our in our differences for that matter. But he said that to to further quota me said, but we as African people must go farther than that. We must fight to remove those lines that divide humanity. I call that the philosophy of the benevolent oppressed and we've witnessed here in America. Some of the greatest contributions made to build in this country. Bob black people who didn't build our help to build America for black people. But for all people, and we continue to see in the civil rights movement and in the movement today for human rights. I we continue to see the strongest advocates for human rights in for universal Justice Congressional Black caucus legislative black caucuses people in in politics, civil rights organizations that you talked about continue to advocate, not just for black people before all people. So it's not a matter of black politicians of black people fighting for black people. But if I didn't for the good of all humanity, some unknowingly some very much knowing the late congressman George t Mickey Leland Leyland died on.

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"marya" Discussed on The Official Impractical Jokers Podcast

The Official Impractical Jokers Podcast

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"marya" Discussed on The Official Impractical Jokers Podcast

"She also played peach when Saleh's mareo choosing. Danny keeps trying to first name I'm just on by. She's she has a title. I think she should be. Princess peach feature. Let me here's another question is, are Marilyn Luigi? There the Super Mario brothers are their names. Mareo Marian, Luigi Mary. His name's Nario Marya. So then if they get married Princess peach, Marya. Isn't a total. She is the Princess to king Princess peach tolls toad stool to. Yeah, that's her maiden name and toad is a character and he's got a mushroom head. That's not a hat. Some people think it's a mushroom hat, but it's actually just as head. I thought it was a hat. That's interesting because a lot of them have ads, Luigi Mario. Yeah, you're listening to the official super. Other. We're breaking it down. One of my favorites and Mariel car, say it right? Mary. Well, we say mareo from stylings. Mario, right. Well, I don't think it is. I think it should be married, but then the thing is the character warrior would be wary. Married this. It's a me Mario, but every life instead island says Marya. That's okay. So that's it. Everyone we know the northeast jersey stand out in which is all the northeast. It's Marya, but it's Mario. Right. What would you say for Jesus? Mom, mother, Mari? I mean, if you're Staten Island. Yes. No. Familiar with that. Messing around. It would be mother, Mary. So Mary Marietto. Mary, no, I'm all wrong. My logic is really bad. Take a quick. Yeah. What do you got. Really. Great. We're back. We're joined by chase Dominic, just walked in the room, chase once and for all, how do you say this name m. a. r.. This is a tough one. I say Mario. That's not the one I want. Mareo just doesn't come out Marriott, surely. Rochester by Long Island, raw Chestha garage..

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"marya" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"marya" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"I because i feel like they're talking about i mean how the tentacles were like penises and his in his words he was calling it manga so i'll just all accept what did marya says all right but the fact like my guess is that my guess is that the people making this movie don't really know the difference and assume all japanese comics has tentacle penis senate right and it's never read grave of the fireflies which has neria tend to maybe maybe they have little margin comics like moody's year of tentacles awesome but the thing about marius is when called out by his teacher and it's revealed that he's reading comics under the table instead of being embarrassed he is like nope i'm going to start reading you dialogue and tech and panel description she makes him but but he seems to be cool with it with gusto shame whatsoever he displays levels of confidence that only she can she can only hope to achieve or maybe she teams by the end of the movie we'll find out yeah now that gets interrupted by the principal the school rob cortra mild coworker he comes in and now there's some cross cutting back forth let's just say what happens with deduction first then we'll get to kate upton deduct is told by the principle that he would like her to resigns that he doesn't have to fire her yeah it's never it's never made clear why i assume it's you know just funding issues because it doesn't seem like she's doing a bad job as a teacher other that you also like an english teacher so it's not like this is a like a it's not an extra curricular type of class it's outside of the main core school at educational curriculum i don't i don't get it anyway but she is she is disheartened by this clearly as she should be meanwhile her roommate and.

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"marya" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"marya" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"I because i feel like they're talking about i mean how the tentacles were like penises and his in his words he was calling it manga so i'll just all accept what did marya says all right but the fact like my guess is that my guess is that the people making this movie don't really know the difference and assume all japanese comics has tentacle penis senate right and it's never read grave of the fireflies which has neria tend to maybe maybe they have little margin comics like moody's year of tentacles awesome but the thing about marius is when called out by his teacher and it's revealed that he's reading comics under the table instead of being embarrassed he is like nope i'm going to start reading you dialogue and tech and panel description she makes him but but he seems to be cool with it with gusto shame whatsoever he displays levels of confidence that only she can she can only hope to achieve or maybe she teams by the end of the movie we'll find out yeah now that gets interrupted by the principal the school rob cortra mild coworker he comes in and now there's some cross cutting back forth let's just say what happens with deduction first then we'll get to kate upton deduct is told by the principle that he would like her to resigns that he doesn't have to fire her yeah it's never it's never made clear why i assume it's you know just funding issues because it doesn't seem like she's doing a bad job as a teacher other that you also like an english teacher so it's not like this is a like a it's not an extra curricular type of class it's outside of the main core school at educational curriculum i don't i don't get it anyway but she is she is disheartened by this clearly as she should be meanwhile her roommate and.

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"marya" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"marya" Discussed on High and Mighty

"Part of every wedding is cocktail hour why the hell it a miss it yeah i got my own cocktail hour which was the best part learn everywhere standing getting those first couple a drink beer folk in eating well past around yeah but like one of the buttons popped off like the like shit was like my dressed like falling apart and i've been wearing it for an hour knows like oh i address his from forever twenty one that it that are like lasting longer but anyway it's celtic it yeah and you're and then you start to feel like a bride zillow meanwhile if you went to mcdonald's and pedia dollar and got the wrong thing you would go back yet go this was a ring completely how because you although i didn't freak out because it was just like what am i going to do like my mom that someone had threatened needle this this like put the button back on i like whatever photographer took pictures of it i knew whatever i mean we're here i'm not gonna i don't give a shit anymore where taste of your first look like right outside the venues and it's kind of on a hill so you could see the hudson river valley lauzi valley the hudson valley so was a very pretty like backdraughts awesome on we did the are stoop of our grounds brooklyn raw yes i slept a my friend's house the night before us sedate so that it though morning we could do like a full and all the grows when got ready at his apartment i hired i hired i pay my friend hundred bucks come over and make bloody mary's for us and so the guys raj putting our suits make a buddy marya tiffany comes down the fucking hartmann stairs as like a big review.

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"marya" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"marya" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Need sound the temple of cucolo con the cal free pyramid and the rock of cash show and the reason that i wanted to mention skellig michael to the listeners is the the most recent star wars movie the last yard i is films like almost you know a major part of it on skellig michael the island the island absolutely and the cinematography is superb i am i tell you it was so incredible to have written this book to have spirit traveled to that place twelve but you know in my spirit travels walked that entire island and just sit there and watch all these scenes and it was exactly as i experienced it it was like someone took my spirit travel and put it on film it was so incredible i highly recommend the movie could cite yeah yeah it's it's a it's an amazing sight it was um th the beehive hut we through these incredible round they look like beehives uh were were created by the monks and the monks went to this island around i think it was in the late four hundred eighty and they uh created the be high putts everything was done the stairway that goes up to them all of everything that they put on this island was done without mortar all the rocks to this day those stone stairways that you could walk up and it's very steve have no more to they're just perfectly place well yeah it was a charlie it's an amazing place sounds what would the beehive huts for a thrill and they slept that's where they stay dry i mean it's the west coast of ireland so it's just you know the weather is wild and skellig michael is actually the top of the mountain which is now surrounded by the ocean but during the time of atlantis inland miria i learned that this uh just two islands but i learned this area was land a land mass the connected ireland to greenland and all through there was only marya and that was a mountain during the during the time of lem area so the the the properties of that island or really um pretty special there's a lot of electromagnetic energy that happens both is there and also i talk about it in the chapter that i wrote on the rockets kawhi sho which is um what about deep pyramids you have them and the cover of the.

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"marya" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"marya" Discussed on WLAC

"Now was a charlie it's an amazing place sound with the beehive huts four that's really in the days left that's where they stay dry i mean it's the west coast of ireland so it's just you know the weather is wild and they slept that's where they stay dry i mean it's the west coast of ireland so it's just you know the weather is wild and skellig michael is actually the top of a mountain which is now surrounded by the ocean but during the time of atlanta slant a land mass the connected ireland to greenland and all through there was lou marya and that was a mountain duran a land mass the connected ireland to greenland in all one through there was little marya and that was a mountain director magnetic energy that happens both there and also i talk about it in the chapter that i wrote on the rock of kaushal return magnetic energy that happens both there and also i talk about it in the chapter that i wrote on the raucous kaushal you know everybody knows is they're they're amazing and there didn't really uh to me there there's something that's talked about a lot but i have not well i have not heard anyone talk about how they were created and what really happened in the way that i saw and experience yeah i believe and from what my spirit travels were that there was a race of giants i'm calling them giants but served union from what my spirit travel were that there was a race of giants i'm calling them giants but they're you know really huge being giant um in in the area of egypt and this was you know back eight hundred thousand years ago eight hundred thousand years ago so long before atlantis yes and giants were all over the earth there were a group of giants live up in you know the land mouse that with the uk anyways this particular group in in in a round egypt this group was called new m u nu and in the um language of hieroglyph it means water and they were again what i experienced in my spirit troubles they were instrumental in building the.

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"marya" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"marya" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

"Job muslims in america more visible than seeks but often in a very negative way what's being your kind of experience of thinking about muslim identity being portrayed in popular culture so research shows that over eighty five percent of the portrayals of muslims in entertainment specifically is negative e m a of of us terrorists and that has a really huge impact um so for example there's been a huge spike in hate crimes just even in the last week so one of the things that happened was the current president tweeted out three antimuslim videos this past week that were put out by a very rightleaning organization in england right which is where my families from an well not when those videos were released that same day because i work with a lot of muslim college students i mean within a few hours of that we were receiving reports of for example at uc davis which is a local campus in california there was a man hiding in bathroom with a knife trying to hurt women wearing his job on campus and so that type of thing it has an immediate impact on kind of like the way that the community is perceived and the level of heat that is than demonstrated so first of all my aunt just real quick what do you think of her many pro con uh i mean she might just be the bus character of all time but rate i'm glad i asked i wanted to make sure you weren't dedden side we had a great have rita question that was proposed to us and that we engage with earlier in the episode which is why do we think that her my knee isn't constantly spouting knowledge from her muddle upbringing given that we know that her money loves to cite things loves to be sharing the things that she knows why isn't she constantly updating everyone is casper says unlike there are more comfortable ways to travel than with a port key for example why do you think it is the she's not carrying her mogul knowledge into the wizard world.

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"marya" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"marya" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

"So i come from a background of community organizing in i'm working in kind of the nonprofit sector to really try to work directly with communities that are dealing with things like poverty and crime in a lack of health insurance and things like that and um after the election in 2015 i actually ended up starting my own consulting firm because i was very interested in thinking through how is it that i can create new solutions for persisting social issues and i ended up doing a lot of work and be set of los angeles i ended up doing a lot of work with the entertainment industry so a lot of the things that i've been doing work around um in this last year has been around storytelling and culture narratives and how is it that we as a country can really start to hear each other and hear the stories of of the most vulnerable amongst us on what does that looked like practically does that mean sitting down with screenwriter's does it i mean coming up with stories like what do you end up doing yes so it's kind of the whole ecosystem really one of the things that my my company does is that we work with disney on the aladdin movie that's going to be coming out in 2019 so we've done a lot of work there with script and casting at cetera but then with harness we worked directly with studios and we go into writers rooms and we bring in different community his into those writers rooms so a big victory we had was a a few weeks ago we worked with this is us which is kind of the most widely watched television show unbroadcastable vision and we had the inclusion of a a sikh american character a turban wearing seek man on which was one of the first time there was a portrayal of of a sikh american on television and that was like a really wonderful for a community that's seen as being relatively invisible in mainstream culture and i guess for us a muslim and where.

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"marya" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"marya" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

"He has to communicate by our all with her parents there's a real cultural clash happening here and that would be fascinating learn about how that is bridged because she is she is having to live in two totally disparate cultures yeah i can believe them it's time for a second odd you know what a mining needs she needs a trip home well a trip home she can do on her own but what if she wants to travel with her parents where do you think they would go australia oh institute soon views iron and say awkward after she saw ran have is great trip in egypt she and her parents are probably wanna go to egypt or maybe a trip to bulgaria ooh i feel like there's a lot of sightseeing to do in sofia which is the capital that's true to welcome so how many where will you travel in 2018 trip advised that helps you make the most of every trip with the latest reviews and lowest hotel prices in fact the czech hotel prices 247 can burying more than two hundred booking sites including the hotels own website to find the latest and lowest prices on the right hotel for you you can save up to thirty percent on great hotels around the world by visiting trip advise at dot com slash harry potter and using the promo code trip 10 t r p one zero on.

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"marya" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"marya" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

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"marya" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"marya" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Mellon look how educational this is going to be this is losing of education yes it is slightly prickly mellon's and your uncle deem well and this is just one of the segments of the the other we've got the the stars from the marya lincoln shires a new production uzis they're going to perform forests we're going to have smothered performers than a christmas carolers even though it feels like it's too early for christmas carolers doesn't it what we were there even earlier last year we were there rate athlete we're headed wide world zeros yeah right but it it's i i feel like a target store and we've put the christmas display already it just feels like it's early but we're at treat time christmas creation so it's the christmas spirit so we're going to have christmas carols rene have smother attainment elton jim toronto is going to be there it's you know he's always a blast were going to well oh you know what we're gonna do we're gonna play password imperil we're going to do password again okay yeah wasn't there was quite a couple of we've outgrown wasn't it my wife the floor with usually yeah while the trash talking is beginning already the password is trash talk so we're going to do that next week and a very similar to our no you're mellon's feature we're also going to do because it's holiday baking season uh and uh you know people are baking we're going to also do a segment called no you're nuts where we're going to put out a variety of different kinds of nuts no sent yours nuts sample and identify more education the show is becoming more like pbs every day isn't it pbs the bbc name it we should have a pledge sect with it'd be nice we should have an incredibly boring plugs pledge sector to interrupt everything that it would really be just like pd you have a text there from the two one nine asking if we will do another rendition of the twelve days of christmas well why i i've had quite a few requests for that this week as well we will we do we had a groundbreaking i don't know if we can ever topped the version of twelve days of christmas that we did it's paramount theater when we did the live show their life last year credible if we.

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"marya" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"marya" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are really curious about in then really they looked which parts of the brain uh our activated when people are curious like that and in that experiment these the one the showed that epi stemming curiosity this level of knowledge is associated with areas of the brain that are activated in anticipation of a rewards namely that we see the knowledge or that or the acquisition of knowledge we see that as a reward and so this is really important for teachers the new or hall he you can see that again they have to strive to create these high curiosity conditions did they do that right so there are various way that an ask your hired question marya yet yes they're they're they're various ways and i do not pretend to know all the answers but let me just ed that for teachers and students this is even more important because what some of these experiments have shown used that memories also enhanced when we are curious and eat these enhanced even not only about those things that we are curious about but even incidental memory you know thinks there are memories that we do without really wanting all is also enhance namely when people are curious somehow tend to remember even things that are not exactly related do the things that they are.

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"marya" Discussed on WREK

WREK

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"marya" Discussed on WREK

"Particular piece of information so he is the one who designed to these sort of plain of curiosity but he himself did not prohibit hit available to him you know technique such his functional mri uh which we used today for the you know studying the brain so so these things only really happened in relatively recent years i mean the experiments were done you know in two thousand nine and following that i mean because these decrease our only available for the past twenty years or so well i have to say say that one that i like that you wrote about where the caltech researchers minjiang king and colin camera and their team um and they were using the fm are eye to see if four they asked haggis forty questions and people selfreported which which subjects were of chris to them and then they see what their brains look like as they are being asked these questions to see if they could match it up right so suits there they really experimented with epi stemming curiosity with this you know wanting to know things so so they posed to their their of the participants of forty questions uh you know thth questions such as uh which musical instrument was invented soysay toward sounds likely human voice which is the violin by the way um and and then you know ask them which questions the are really curious about in then really they looked which parts of the brain r a activated when people are curious like that and in that experiment these the one that showed that a peace demi curiosity this level of knowledge is associated with areas of the brain that are activated in anticipation of a rewards namely that we see the knowledge or that or the acquisition of knowledge we see that as a reward and so this is really important for teachers or hall who y you can see that again they have to drive to create these high curiosity conditions hata they do that right so there are various way that an ask your hired question marya yet yes they're they're they're various ways and i i do not pretend to know all the answers but let me just ed that for teachers and students this is even more important because what some of of these experiments have shown used that memories also enhanced when we.

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