34 Burst results for "Masan"

Fumio Kishida wins Japan leadership race, setting him up to become prime minister

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:17 min | 3 months ago

Fumio Kishida wins Japan leadership race, setting him up to become prime minister

"Japan's ruling liberal democratic party or ldp held its leadership runoff election. The last round was between two former foreign ministers. Kishida fumio and kotaro. Mr kushida came out on top. The ldp has dominated japanese politics since its founding in the nineteen fifties. So the party's new. President will be the country's new prime minister when tsuyoshi he steps down toy so in his victory speech. Mr kishida said that from today. I will with all of my energy. Get straight to work. How and where he will channel that energy though is still something of an open question as is how much. The electorate will support him. This year's election for the presidency was more unpredictable than most heading into the vote. Today there was some some genuine uncertainty about who would emerge the victor noah. Sneider is the economists. Tokyo bureau chief but this kind of free for all uncertain circus like for the mvp at least election campaign. I think really master distracted from deeper and more worrying trend in japanese politics namely growing voter apathy and disillusionment from the political process and given that apathy. How do you think it is that. Mr kishida came out on top. The dynamics of this election were a bit complicated. But let's unpack them. Konno tato former foreign and defense minister was the favourite in public and the favourite amongst younger diet members in the ldp who saw him as potentially more transformative figure who also crucially might help them keep their jobs in elections that are looming in later. This fall masan however is unpopular amongst. The party's old guard and and they see him sort of unreliable uncontrollable. He has a reputation for being a bit of a maverick so he won. The the vote of the rank and file in the first round of the party's election but he didn't win enough support amongst his colleagues to win the election outright so it went into a second round run-off there to she support from within the party really proved decisive. It is i think a result that reflects the enduring strength of the ldp's establishment and is in some ways the kind of rebuke of public

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What's the truth behind Amazonian women warriors?

Interesting If True

02:48 min | 11 months ago

What's the truth behind Amazonian women warriors?

"From andrine. Mayors the amazon's quote one thing. Everyone seems to think they know about amazon's that the name has something to do with only having one breast so they could easily fire an arrow or curl of spear. That's everything i know about amazon's good news. You don't know anything about amazon's. I think you'll find do truth. Turns out while we've all heard that it is ultimately nonsense. Anyone who's seen hunger games or done any non sausage fest archery knows that the ladies can tuck that jazz enough to not boob up the works for the archaeological record. That'll there are thousands of greek artworks depicting warrior women with both boobs whatever. The the translation of amazon meaning without breast was actually in an invention of greek historian heliconius in the fifth century bc. Wait the word. Amazon means without breast. That i actually did not know a from the greek meaning a as without Maison well basically. He shoehorned altogether. Yeah so maison was really close to the greek word for breasts from which we get modern words memory right okay okay. So a without masan breast put them together and what. You've got amazon. No boobs and quick delivery so there you go but it turns out that was not not a true. Even this is contemporaries called him on that. There's writing in his era where people were just like. Yeah i know him. And he's kind of turkey or are you talking about sir fox news right so it turns out that you can totally have both boobs and still be a bad ass in the field. So the greeks were obsessed with the idea of legendary warrior women so much so that any grecian hero assault would have to face them from hercules. Twit kelly's to the whole lot. They pop up everywhere. Yeah yeah right. I mean you know when you've got a when you've got to fight a lady and prove that you're a big worrier e worrier you look for yourself and in tiffany or diana zena. They often gave the location of the amazons. As the eastern mediterranean on the steps of your asia and indeed warrior graves have been found there and once we invented dna testing accurate bio archaeological analysis. We stop calling them all dudes. Yeah turns out doing a quick recount about one third of those buried with spears or knives or visible war wounds. Were women that's kind of cool. Yeah pretentious us to not think otherwise. We wouldn't want those dainty is to have to throw a spear i mean there wasn't bones in her womb so she wasn't pregnant woman. What else would you do that. No so it turns out that. Today we attribute the graves to the safin nomads. Whose women fought alongside their men well into the modern era. Ooh well okay. No andro match. He did but but less so for the rest of them. Oh well try. That was an old guard joke. Which if you haven't read slash watched you definitely should

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"masan" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"masan" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"I'm gonna continue on you. Know i had to make you smile And you look so handsome you look good you shop today. I love you enjoy. This is yo- time shine or while. Okay see this yet. Masan brown ottawa. This is why i come to here way. Yeah that to yet and this. This is why i come each and every morning just because of folks like you and i appreciate you and like like you guys. I actually make this show and thank you so much appreciate. I'm glad well is doing that. I've been praying train. Fleeing praised for we all been preyed on and he's a fighter so he make it do. I know you're going to learn from that. Wanna watch super bowl. Watch it at home shoes. Listen listen to just because you're not coming outside of the two thousand dollars you know win head it before. I don't wanna be sick again. You had at colgate. You don't ever want to have it again and do that route. You're going to be fine. You'd be fine. You're okay you're still alive topless y- you come outside tripoli and that's the story to tell yes i do okay i love your yeah have a good day. Okay you many more you tune around noble bless you. God bless go..

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"masan" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"masan" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"And. I don't like i don't like bp hopefully soon enough. We'll have another restaurant in town in the good old masan market. Maybe if you could ever get it back in shape. I have some interested parties currently do you. But you have for years but it's closer okay. It's not it's not a done deal. And i can't release any details. I i understand that. I i also feel bad for you. Because how do you start a restaurant or a business during a pandemic where like today. Well i could not go eat. I mean it would take a long time before it actually would be opening because there's a lot of work that needs to be to probably going to be. What like a sushi restaurant. I bet you it's going to be a korean barbecue. You want to know what's funny. The very first person that we spent almost six months maybe almost a year working with to get this going was. This was a group of people all right so different investors and they were going to start a barbecue and sushi restaurant and they're gonna call it sushi. Cue reheat us like regular barbecue is a barbecue restaurant they're gonna put us big smoker and a bar. I've never heard such video arcade arcade for kids. They're gonna have a bar. They're going to have a barbecue and then they were going on i. I don't know why but they were going to put in a sushi counter and like once a week. Have a sushi chef. That came in and they're gonna have sushi and they're going to call it sushi. I'm going to have that one pound of brisket and add the spicy. It didn't go get any of that. Octopus i wasn't i wasn't i wasn't an investor in it. You just had the building was like. I'll let you use the building for this crazy idea. That was like eight month. Waste of time. That sucks whatever. That's what happens a lot though when you're the owner of a building just in such demand we'll get something done it needs.

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"masan" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

The Win-Win Effect

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"masan" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

"And you'll be given instructions on how to do just that now. Don't miss out on an opportunity to gain access to what people are calling the best content to grow and scale your life and business now without further ado. Let's get back to our show learning all right all right all right so excited to have you on my man. What's going on jeff. Hi i'm i'm still with the beerman. This is a pleasure man. I love having conversation with you just to. We have a nice flowing ice conversation. So i'm excited this conversation today. Brother as always. I appreciate all of our conversations and even the one just briefly was just like man we just gotta hit recording is go ahead and dive right into this and obviously we're missing co-host of our show west bays as on well by the he has some questions that wanted to ask you and he was going through a lot of your content and it's kind of hard not to know who you are in this type of space in this industry and it's so funny that we know so many people that we didn't know that we knew all together collectively so that's small lakeland. Yeah such a small world when you're looking well into podcasting space in when you have certain guests that come on it's kind of like you get a different version. If you have the right. I guess podcast the ask the right questions and i believe the right podcast. A good podcasters. It going from good to great and that's something we can definitely discuss. The ones that accelerated podcasting. They don't have a script they are just. They're they're just having a conversation. And that's what podcasting i believe is all about and obviously you have his show is what is it Jeff knows eight love. I'm going on your soon. I can't wait for that conversation. But the spotlight's on you today. I'm gonna dig and let's have some fun. I love it and we cited rather so the most part. I guess we can kind of lean in with for. Maybe if someone was listening to this and doesn't know your story and what you're about there's a lot of different layers to you and what you've done and very successful person in. I'm love to have like people like you on that are multifaceted. There's so many different layers to you like but for the most part of someone was tuning into this and they don't know who you are know who your stories like. How would you summarize yourself. I mean on a personal of masan. I'm brother husband. I'm a father of two mazing children. Fourteen twelve year old. And that's essentially my purpose in the business world. I've i've been at this for a long time forty three. I started the first company seventeen. I really went hardcore. Nineteen and has been added for twenty four plus years. I got two main. I've i've i've been the gym business. I've been in the business. I've been in the mirror..

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Breonna's Law: Why we need police reform

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

06:02 min | 1 year ago

Breonna's Law: Why we need police reform

"And. I'm really excited talk today's and gas. We know that one of the things that's going to be on the ballot this election season is criminal justice reform and we think about criminal justice reform. We really don't think about all the ways all offices where we vote for people and they have an impact, and today we're going to be speaking to two women in elected office who had been leading on criminal justice. Reform issues. We have state's attorney I-I've brave boy from Maryland in Kentucky State representative. Avocado. Scott in true fashion I we have to start with having you tell us what you're you into politics and we'll start with you state's attorney. Well, that's a great question. Actually I, had no intentions in getting into politics really it was my father who want to work on a campaign. He knows sometimes you have the your parents even as adults. That's. Asked. Me I was going to be a lawyer told him down and. Then, he told me I think I like you to work on his campaign I. Think you need to get politically as like now they're not. WanNa do that. But that the person who? Wanted. To work for happen to have graduate from the same law school that I will. The Howard University School of law. I'm did okay. Another in help bison out. Ever since V. I love how Howard alums Y'all always get an issue it can do no. Just regular conversation. How are you today? Oh I went to Howard. Thank you. Scott. Tell us whether you into politics. Definitely, you know state's attorney brave boy our fathers I mean you know it's their fault. So. I was born in. My Dad gave me my name Attica I'm named after the prison in upstate New York born a few months after the uprisings there in. So I didn't have a choice Ashanti really didn't in. So early on I got involved in a right out of college classmates run for city also in Knoxville Tennessee because I went away to ABC you is well, it's our on his campaign and then my full time job was at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and director was a county commissioner who became the first woman mayor of Maciel Tennessee and I came back home and I was involved with organized Labor at jobs with justice in ended up having. To me that I needed to run for office in. So because my friends mostly black and Brown women encouraged me to run for office. That's how I. Got Involved I love it in Y'all Attica is my emerge sister she went through emerged Kentucky and I remember the first time. I. Got to email her for something and I was so excited because I finally get to work with Atacan. Something is your pie vaccine my email she said, hey, queen and I almost died unlike y'all Attica call me queen because that's the way I, feel about her so you are just so fabulous and I wanNA start with having. US. Talk about retailers case because I think there's so much here particularly with you wrap Scott you just had an op Ed in the Washington Post after the verdict you are out protesting with your daughter named Ashanti another reason why Atacan I are meant to be best friends and you were arrested in. You've been dealing with the aftermath of that. You've sponsored Brianna Law for Kentucky. You're the only black woman currently in the Kentucky State House. So let's let's dissect this case in state's attorney boy I. Know You have a lot to add is the fact that there were no knock warrants how they handle just paperwork body cameras the grand jury I know that something that has really piece Pete People's interests about this grand jury in Oh what does this attorney general deal? So Rep Scott First let's talk about your op-ed why you felt you had to write it in a cave really personal place you said, this is personal to me. Sean in and I'm on this podcast with Queens. Come on State Attorney Ray boy This is power in so. Yes I happy that Opportunity Washington Post invited me to write a piece just from the perspective whatever that was on things going on here in Louisville Kentucky, and so that's exactly what I did I poured my heart into it as a mother of two black children. Masan is the same age as Taylor Madonna's nineteen. She wanted to be an emt in them. Brianna Taylor was murdered and she said to me Ma that didn't protect her from police violence I'm not sure this. So this is really pulling on us in shanty the people relieving leading the Front Lines here in Louisville for justice for Taylor are mostly women is so we're feeling this heavily. So yes, we've back to now to grandeur WANNA speak out. So that says to me that the Attorney General for Kentucky was so inept that in such a failure that you have rand jurors who want the right to speak out to say, he did not give us all of the options in front of us. There was no one there to speak for Briana Taylor in that this whole process was a sham that's where we all right now that says something about the continued. Kushner justice for Taylor in that's why we won't give up and that's why this movement is sustained

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"masan" Discussed on Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"masan" Discussed on Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

"We are wired that way got his made us that way to where we live out what we really believe on the inside and so Gideon said, I'm not a king but what are we seeing Gideon's life? He asked for tribute which versus twenty, five and twenty six they gladly give which provides a huge stumbling block that we talked about last week, and then in this verse, we see that Gideon departs from God's design, he follows the example Pagan Kings in that area any takes on many wives. The term is polygamy, right? He takes many wives. Now, this is not God's design Gideon, set himself up for failure the moment he began to live out this ungodly belief because how to God design marriage to be between one man and one woman right in the garden of Eden Adam and Eve were joined together in covenant marriage and they were together for the rest of their lives. That's God's design. Begins following his heart. and. He has all of these wives. He has all of these sons but just like many of the other kings of his day verse Thirty One tells us that sadly gideon had a concubine. which without going into all kinds of graphic detail this shows how entitled Gideon felt that he was. Gideon is acting like a pagan. King. He's not filled with the spirit. He's not following God's own design for life for marriage or for leadership. And yet God pours out his mercy and unmerited kindness on Gideon and the land has piece but then we're introduced to the son of that concubine. and His name has been leg look at verse. At the end of verse. I mean I'm sorry at the end of Chapter Eight Verse Thirty One and his Concubine who in also Masan, and he called his name. Now, I misspoke in the first service. I, guess that's the good thing about doing to services. So notice the Pronoun here. And his concubine who's in also him a son and he called Gideon named this boy. All right. Gideon named his son. His son's name is. Gideon said he was not a king but guess what it means. My father is king. Come on Gideon like. Like, you don't even make it easy for us. To. Like there's no justifying Gideon's action theory. Gideon thinks he's a king he acts like a king and it doesn't matter what words come out of his mouth. Don't listen to him because his heart is betraying what he really believes and you and I are the exact same way. We can sing sing songs, every Sunday morning, and yet our hearts be somewhere else. Totally. We can look at the people that are most significant to us in our lives and we can say I love you when our love and our affection is being poured into other things and other people..

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QuaranTV: Ramy, Space Force And Lady Dynamite

Ask Me Another

04:03 min | 1 year ago

QuaranTV: Ramy, Space Force And Lady Dynamite

"On the line with me, we have Jimmy Yang and Roy Wood Jr.. Hello. Well, hello gas. So Roy who are you quarantining? I am quarantining with. Myself my girl, our four year old. and My mother in Alabama I am doing the same thing you around your four year old all the time and. They've got some they've got some value to add to the comedy world. and. Masan talks a lot just say that I know what you're saying. Talking. Every day just nonstop. I feel like being a parent during quarantine is as stressful as being the head coach of a major franchise I'm trying to keep his family on threat. Make sure the family performs world every bay. I like Jimmy that you were coming from a beautiful apartment saying thank you. How dare you? It's a house I own property now owned land. But, yeah unfortunately, I am quarantine by myself. Yeah. No kids but it is by myself and once a week I go see my parents have been pretty separated. They live about an hour away from me in La are you out walking still? So backstory Jimmy and live in the same neighborhood. And like any time I leave the house to walk. It was like a purpose but I always see Jimmy out walking and I couldn't tell if it was just for health or just see was just in deep thought or if a standup process, it's. Always respected because you were walking clearly with no destination. Cool. I like that you can see my aimlessness in my in my stride there's an aimlessness to it. Yeah, I used to walk quite a lot for exercise because I didn't exercise at all for like years and I was just walked to the Grove, which is like I don't know thirty minutes or something. But. Now, actually not to brag or anything but I gotTA pull now I've been using that. You're now. Yeah. So we I. Brag but here it is Silicon Valley. Okay. So you probably have noticed that the big celebrity trend during quarantine is making tutorial videos, and so we have a game about that. We're going to play you a video of a celebrity doing something and you just have to say who it is. Right away and you're going to be competing against each other. So we'll go back and forth. All Right Roy this one's for you straight out of a loss Angeles mansion here's an attempt to Eddie makeup tutorial. Eyebrows among us wes we. Kenworthy. Can you do it in the other room of in the middle of something I don't want to get this all wet speedy. I'm hiding in the guest room. You guys I'm hiding guestroom because my kids data will not leave me alone. I, don't know which one. You're a cardiac. Yes sure Kardashian. I'll take the half point right now because I don't know which. because. I say kids, which is plural. So that's Courtney or Kim four euro though, right? She says she says northey. She says, okay. Northey Internet. Yeah. That's Kim. That's a layup. She also said you guys you guys you got and that's something that Kim Kardashian always says social media, which I only know because my girlfriend watches a lot of it. Okay. Not Me sure you are. You are weirdly well-versed on the Dash. outs. I love that her a tutorial during currently in involves her child asking, can I wash my hands and she says, no, no. No No. Just wait. Touch your face while you're waiting the cameras rolling. Okay.

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How We're Maintaining a Healthy Plant-Based Diet with Limited Food Options

No Meat Athlete Radio

09:26 min | 1 year ago

How We're Maintaining a Healthy Plant-Based Diet with Limited Food Options

"Cova is actually forcing us to stretch and expand and creative new recipes because we have such finite and different ingredients that we have to love Ridge. So there's some silver lining I think. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's a great story. Like no no I. Actually I agree with you and really even outside of Cornell virus or Cova Nineteen I. I love it when we're at home. And we don't have a lot of the ingredients. We would normally have to like hit up. Are you know kind of stable recipes And we're forced into experimental doing something a little different. I actually really like it when that happens. And it doesn't happen all that often normally in life because we go to the grocery store once or twice a week and never really run out of stuff so it is Kinda you know. It's kind of Nice that we're the least. Katy and I are being forced into thinking outside the box a little bit when may have all this pantry? Non Perishable stuff that But not as much fresh food as as normally would yeah. I've been talking to a few of my friends like going at town in the kitchen and not known as real quick you know. They're getting so much more because they have that extra time and actually diving more into the plant based world too because it really is. There's so much more variety if you think about it when you replace plant based meets instead of real meat it's like you got tofu. And you've got vegan sausage veggie ground got lentils and Tempe Elvis other stuff that you can really adventure out with now if you haven't been Vegan or haven't been plant based Over the last few years like us. So Yeah I've got. I've had a few people reach out to me and say I've tried Vegan back and cheese. I've tried you know veggie ground for the first time and I think that's pretty cool Do you WanNa go through like what? We're what we've been eating in the quarantine like a great idea like what? How have you have been approaching food over the last the last week or so? I'm really excited because I recently discovered a new green technically. It's a precarious. I think there's a lot of Moss on the rocks around my house and so even talking to eating boss even be that bad boulder right. I mean surely you know I'm a little bit more terrified and probably my neighbors. You guys 'cause You know as you know. We've got a new baby coming this week writer in the next week and And so I'm really trying not to go to the grocery store and like even packages we get from Amazon. Like I wear rubber gloves and I put them into quarantine in my garage. Four days hoping the virus will die in the event. That like the mailman was sake right. Like I'm I'm really taking it to an extreme because you know the the The stakes are little higher for us. Of course I'm going into the lion's den into the hospital with my wife so that's really disconcerting and a whole different subject but no. I haven't started eating Moss but given what we know about algae right like I perhaps you know. There's there's I can senator scientists complement and see what kind of long chain fatty acids might exist in Moss Moss called. Yeah that you've been saving going out and and grabbing this off of your auto no so disclaimer for Julia and anyone else who didn't realize freaking out. Do not eat the mosque on your property. I don't know what will happen. We'll probably find a new PSYCHEDELIC as a result of this podcast. Someone's like the coolest looking towed. I've I've not actually. I'm standing in my office right now. Looking out across a ravine see this giant rock with a ton of Masan it so I was just thinking to myself like if I had to go forage. That'd probably be the first thing I look at. You know yeah okay. So if you're not eating us what what are you eating? You can go first Julia Ghost. Okay so I mean. It hasn't changed a ton but I wake up and make a big green smoothie so I actually just posted a smoothie recipe on my website hooked on plans with compliment in their complement proteins. Medicinal Mushrooms too and I always just pack it to the Brim. With Greens not loss. I've got Kale and spinach. And even through some sprouts in there sometime sprouts are really good especially now because they boost your immunity tons of antioxidants in there. They last quite a while in the fridge too. So stock up on sprouts and then I have a bunch of frozen bananas in the Freezer at all times in Ziplock bag so throw a couple of those in there and a cup or two of frozen berries and blend that up and then if you need a little sweetness he can add a couple of dates or something like that but I always have like three big smoothies throughout the day. That both Davey and I sip on so it's always good when you when you're hungry but you need a little boost of immunity and really good nutrition so always a smoothie. I go for my run still. I know that we're quarantine but there's nobody outside in our trails. So do that and then come back and have overnight oats and it's just something that I've fallen in love with. I actually had a breakfast cereal before. Now I'm not doing that anymore. But it overnight notes with buckwheat oats and Macha and dates. And what else do we throw? They're a little bit of Maple Syrup. And then I just soak overnight the easiest thing in the entire world with whatever your plant milk favorite is and then you top it off in the morning with some coconut yogurt and a bunch of fruit. So that's super feeling and delicious and have a match or something to and then lunch. I kinda snacker when it comes to let j love like Hamas and veggies and some kind of yummy crackers or something like that or even like Romaine dipped in Hamas super crisp Romaine and apples and dates and I just love snacking at lunch. I don't know why maybe it's like a kid thing that I've always had and we've been trying to get out and do something in the day away from people so something outside when is beautiful and sunny outside because it's just like you know everyone's a little bit anxious right now and you just need a little of that extra boost of energy and like feel goodness so we're not on. Full lockdown were quarantined away from people and getting out and going for ski tour in the mountains or go for bike ride or something just feels so good at man for dinners. That's like that's when you can get super creative and like I was saying my friends are just exploring the whole vegan realm a little more so I'm helping them out but just last night name off one meal we had passed out with. I actually need like a kind of the bean sauce to thicken up the tomato sauce. So out of white beans you just add that to the blender you add some nutritional yeast and some kind of like a spices garlic and onion. And what else do a little salt little museau paste in Dijon and that makes such a Yummy creamy kind of sauce and you could use cash used to but I liked the lower fats lighter version and then he can add that to your pot of like red pasta sauce. I just I had it from the can or from the jar because it's just easy. There isn't past sauce in there through that extra bean sauce in there. It's nice and thick and with some sauteed onions mushrooms and a few extra vegetables and then you can add in some cooked lentils or we had some Eve's Veggie ground round so it's not as whole Foodie but a little more fun for the quarantine veggie ground grounded on meet kind of thing. Yeah Yeah so. Throw that in there and then passed Got this kind of passed a Bellona's that's Kinda creamy and delicious. It was so good. Yeah we've been doing a bullying as as well with by with lentils and Like cashew cream tomato sauce. So frigging good I. I don't know why we just discovered that it was a recipe from Isa. Does it just discovered not that long ago? A couple months before all this happened. But it's been actually something we've been talking to a lot because you know lintels are are easy dryden we can cook them up really easily and then just add some tomato sauce and a little bit of cashew cream and so good

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2019: The year business went 'woke'

FT News

08:00 min | 2 years ago

2019: The year business went 'woke'

"Twenty. Nine hundred was the year when Saudi Arabia launched changed long-awaited share offering in state oil company. Aramco D- when Softbank lost its gloss when accounting giant tighten belts and when capitalism went woke. I'm I'm joined to discuss the corporate year with our companies editor. Tom Breath weight and Brooke. Masters are comment and Analysis Edison. Tom Can start with you. Can you tell L. is what happened with the Saudi Aramco IPO. Well it happened. Finally which is serve some progress because it took months and months of delay and eventually This massive oil company floated in Riyadh and now does have the two trillion dollar valuation that was so coveted by Prince. Mohammad bin Salman. Why did it take so long investor skepticism in short? I think one problem was that the Saudis would have liked to have listed this in New York which is the the biggest steepest capital market in the world but the main problem there was that they could have been sued for their alleged role in the nine eleven terrorist attack ax which Saudi Arabia has always denied it opens the window to litigation in the US which they desperately wanted to avoid so. That was one problem that the other problem was that most international investors did not think this oil company which is still fairly. Oh pay can still very much. Under the control of the Kingdom could justify the valuation valuation particularly at a time when oil prices have fallen. And when there is great concern about global companies in a world where carbon one is considered toxic change. They Saudis raise the money. Yeah well it got its public oil company to the local market in Riyadh. What it couldn't do was securer hefty amount of international investors so there was a lot of pressure on local Saudi investors? Some of whom were the same people. Who'll who were held against their will at a hotel the Ritz Carlton Reminders? What happened then? Back in two thousand seventeen. Several of Saudi Arabia's richest families were held old at the Ritz Carlton Hotel People like Prince. Alwaleed who is quite knows. International investor ended up with an enforced stay whilst their assets assets were probed by the state and ultimately some of those assets were confiscated by the state so these same people Saudi Arabia and knocked on their door and and said we'd really like you to buy into the Saudi Aramco. IPO and these people generally said yes. Yes we would very much like everyone else. We would like to buy the shares and so they did and it is floated and this little sliver of equity has been sold. And that is what justifies the two-trillion-dollar evaluation. Now it's not really like apple apple of a massive mega capps who's stock as freely traded. So if and when that ever happens we might get a more realistic assessment of what it's worth. Burke Saudis been a big investor in South Bank and the Vision Fund which. We've had corsage about this year. How Will Scaling Down with the IPO effect Saudi Arabia's ability ability to continue money into what I think we now call the troubled Japanese fund presumably? It might make it more difficult. I mean Saudis already having having to raise more money to diversify the economy and so presumably. They're not going to want to be quite to free with their cash. And of course Softbank is probably not the place that they I would like to put their money anymore. Anyway because Softbank itself by Maceo she son has taken some really big bets on companies that have not so far come good specifically specifically. I think we work would be the most obvious one. which is the shared office? Space Company tried to list and failed to at which point not only did it not sell equity but but it's lenders decided not to lend any money and Softbank had to go rescue it and its valuation has been cut significantly. I'm sure Tom knows exactly by how much he's about. Tell us I think I think from forty seven billion dollars. They tried various levels down but ultimately ends up with a sub ten billion dollar evaluation as you say failed to go public. Can they continue each trade. Yeah I mean as long as Softbank and others are willing to continue to pour cash into it because it is still heavily loss-making but the other thing they've done is scaled back their a growth strategy. So they are not spending as much money on new builds so they think they can get to somewhere near break even in the coming months. They've also filed a lot of people which helps so frank's image of takes quite a battering its credibility. How does that affect its ability to keep them investing well they have been trying to raise a second fund and it has not worked worked as well as one would hope? It's particularly problematic because as you may remember. Their first fund has an extremely unusual structure where it's not just people putting in cash. It's people putting in cash and then also they had to put in loans basically so they don't have as much cash as your classic Private Equity Fund. What have they actually have to pay interest on the money? They've got so I think if they don't have success relatively soon the way it's structured means that the lack of success will be magnified and make it that much harder for them. Son has apologized already. Instead he was to credible and he has also started putting a new governance requirements on the companies that the fund invests in food for them. I've always always been skeptical about some of the companies have invested in some of the valuations. They've invested at. They seem to have got quite late into the private tech game and got into in a massive way EH. One of the most ridiculous investments was wag this company that walks you dock for you which they've just finally pulled out of we. Work is the big characteristic Batson if that went well then or would be fine. But it hasn't so I mean Masan has this ability really proven alibaba to pick one winner that has generated a massive amounts of return. So if there's just one company within this portfolio then it could be judged a success but if you look at companies like Uber which I showed this year and his now full and a third in value if you look obviously we work and the marginal bets like y than as little really to say that this thing is going to be success for the big four. They've had quite the twelve months with so many scandals. What would you say? What did they end up this year? What's interesting is it hasn't been as bad? That is you think I mean. They have been criticized and find record fines record discipline for dreadful audits of companies that leader went bust but in an actual practical level. Their revenues are up and their dominance of the auditing business of the footsie. One hundred is up. They have taken taking a lot of terrible press. And they're probably. I'm guessing having a harder. Time recruiting best in the brightest. But I would not cry for them. The thing to remember is this time last year. The kingman kingman review was suggesting that they ought to be separating audit from other other businesses. Maybe broken up do all this stuff and then the CMA. The competition and Markets Authority authority in April said the same thing and they're going to move forward but nothing has actually happened so in fact life continues for them they still make a lot of money. KPMG I'M G. which is the one that has struggled more than the others has been involved in more of the scandals and also it has had prophets problems and so it has had to do meaningful cutbacks? Axum TRIMs They had famous where they stopped paying for people's phone calls and they took a lot of bad press. But I think it's worth remembering that. If you go back maybe a dozen years. You could've made exactly the same argument. Lots of concern about their dominance of the auditing market. Lots of concern. That audits weren't going well. This is remember post Enron and all that sort of thing and there were four them and there are four now so could they to relax a bit and feel that they've survived the structure phone calls over. This will come back. It's not clear. Their regulator has a new person. WHO's in charge of WHO is actually a serious guy and it is possible? He will try to do more at the moment. There's no legislation giving power to him to do more. It will really depend on how much Boris Johnson government cares about this stuff. I mean it was on the agenda of the previous government. Is it now. We don't

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Aaron Brooks Discuss Working as a Devops

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Aaron Brooks Discuss Working as a Devops

"All right so tell us who you are and what you do Yeah my name is Ann Brooks. I'm devops engineer. Aman technically actually at a software company In in Baltimore fearless solutions. Actually black owned software company owned by a guy named delight zero And another guy who's partner in it I was in his John Foster But Yeah I saw. That's why engineer on my help. Bridge the gap between development operations. But I'm also pretty passionate about technical education so I also have started a series called a mastermind academy where I hopefully have created a scalable platform to be able to teach these topics in a way that will actually help people get jobs in the future. Dope I really WANNA go more. It's a masterminding academy and Definitely WanNa talk about devops stuff. But let's let's start with fearless because you already said something that is blowing my mind a little bit which is black on software company. Like oh absolutely what. I checked out the website before we started recording and I was telling you before like the whole software with a sole really struck struck me as like wow like even just looking at pictures of the company culture and how everything works out. It's really unlike anything that I've seen before and I've been around in tech for a minute. How did you you like hook up with feelings? How did you get started there? A great question. So you're you're definitely not wrong but So I I I grew up in county which is not that far from his is closer to DC ABC. Not that far from Baltimore. But I went to school in Baltimore College of Baltimore and after school I was working. I ended up a lot of jobs are in the DC area northern Virginia area. So I was Kinda working down there living in Baltimore and I moved down to the DC area. And then I was looking around for different things and my wife actually my wife in Baltimore and she was working on the move back to Baltimore again. So a lot of moving back and forth but As I was moving back to Baltimore decided I didn't want to make this long commute anymore. I started looking for jobs and I went on Google typed in tech companies in Baltimore and fearless popped up and actually went on the website and I saw someone that I knew there. There's a a woman named Kiera that I'm that I knew you through a mutual friend and I saw on the website and I reached out and ask questions that she had nothing but positive things to say so I applied things went well. They actually didn't get the contract that I I was supposed to be joining. Forces actually took a job in DC for the time being and then they reached back out to like hey still interested. We'd love to have you and it sounds like a great company so I took the leap and I've been there for almost three years. Now wow so really you kind of almost lucked up on it. You found it through Google search. Yup absolutely what is a regular day like for you in devops like I'm sure for people that are listening might have an idea but can you also explain just like what what is devops and why is it important. Yes so devops really is is different everywhere you go and everyone will have a different answer for but that would is supposed to be a man supposed to be bridging the gap between development lemon operations in breaking down those silos usually developers right. They're code and they toss it basically over this proverbial wall over to ops of the people who are designed were there to put this stuff out in the systems and keep running if their issues ops people toss it back and they don't really know how to code runs and things like that. It's not really a job title as it's not what you we do. More of a philosophy about how you approach a software development and solving problems. And it's really just people who are designed to create these pipelines create tools services to help developers develop as fast as they a need to assess autopsies. A normal day for me really is I do have to manage that. There's usually a pretty big focus on infrastructure management. So I do a lot of cloud computing. And I'm responsible for you know writing and codifying templates To basically deploy Amazon Masan webs services resources. So now you don't need to you no longer need to buy servers and things like that you can basically write these files That kind of describe the state of the infrastructure that you want and ship it off to Amazon and Amazon will go ahead and provision these resources for you which makes it a pretty cool. It's a lot of automation and they're making sure these processes and things that you usually do manually are done in automated fashion done in a way that no one has to kind of be hands on which should save a lot of time on really help developers move a lot faster stor. Some of sounds like it's a lot of almost behind the scenes work making sure that all the years returning and everything is running smoothly. Yeah absolutely definitely more. We're back in focused traditionally back in focused. Okay do you lead a team or are you just kind of individual contributor. I do so I I I I am the team lead eight for I'm actually work on the SBA DOT GOV projects. Let's the small business administration we manage the basically the digital footprint for the small business administration. You know we are revitalizing their tooling their website. All they're all the various backings. We have to help support small businesses. But I am not there so I ah do do more than just absolutely actually. Don't do much devops your day to day right now because I do manage the application team And I'm helping architect out the application location. There make decisions in helps setting the path for. We're going to do there okay. What does that kind of day to day? Look like is it just mostly meetings and you're not kind of in the thick of it more meetings. And before I I am very much dylan to think of it but there is definitely more meetings than before a lot of meetings that I did not expect Day to day. I'm usually you come in. We'll do our standard. We'll talk about other things that we did what we have coming up tomorrow you know. We were an agile shop. We practice Agile scrum. We do that and then it's usually a you know have some spring tasks I might have development tickets. I may be working on a we have a react a javascript node. React Front End. Maybe doing some some things with that or I may be showing up some security concerns and and updating packages and things like that or adding new architecture to the site new physical Amazon architecture to the site. Hi I'm on a daily basis but it is a lot of beatings. It's a lot of helping to clear. blockers for for developers developers run into problems helping them work through those problems and making sure for that. They have kind of the runway to be able to complete the things that they need to complete But yeah a lot more administrative things than I am used to So for people all that are listening you kind of detailed what devops is so. I think I can kind of get a sense of what the differences between software development and just doing devops or something like But you also work with designers as well is that right absolutely all of our scrum teams have general above developers devops scrum master astor designers in a Qa test engineers. What do you think designers need to know about the software development process because like you're mentioning? Agile scrum. I don't know what those things mean. I know if I talked of disasters. They'll be like what what does that. Yeah Yeah Yeah So. I've actually been fortunate to the team that we actually work with his actually pretty small our entire team is about ten people also get to work pretty closely together and this is the actually this. This position has been the first time I've ever been truly a part of the entire hire process of the software development life cycle and so what I would say developers would kind of a benefit from knowing about devops is one what would art. What the devops ethos is is again really being able to enable development so that both designers and devops engineers really have the same goal and that is too great the best product for the user our users users are the same so you know the end user was aimed but for devops the developers also our user that that's kind of our main stakeholder and when we are when I just WanNa designers are designing Having being able to be a part of that design process. I've been a part of design sprints and all kinds of design jams and things like that to be able to to actively actively run through and analyze and figure out what a proper or federal solution will be for someone design wise. That part is really important because the conversation that happens between the technical feasability of a design came really impact. How the devops engineers architect the system An implement the system so that this can be done quickly so you know if you have the opportunity to work hand in hand with your developer devops engineers can make the product much better than than you think it is and you can actually get it a lot. Astor interesting. No that's good to know because I used to. This was got maybe about over ten years ago but back when I used to work at Web. MD They really had like development and design in these two silos so like when you mentioned that wall earlier like it's a metaphorical wall. But you know like throwing doing the project kind of back and forth over it to make sure that both sides kind of have everything in Sync I just know when I was working at Web. MD and we had that process it. It was so difficult because we would get the the we would do designs or whatever then we toss it over and then the development of just toss it right back like Oh yeah. We can't Geico that you can't do that. And it's like there would be a lot of this caused a bottleneck to try to get things done. Yes it's really tough also to be able to know unless you're having that constant communication is hard to know like we aren't designers and designers. Aren't you know web developers or or or back in Asia. Nears I usually so it's tough to know the full scope of what is feasible. What can be done in the proper amount of time so like having that conversation can really help you know like? Hey maybe we maybe. The the stakeholder just needs like feedback but we just need somewhere on the page to get feedback and the designers may say super easy. We'll just throw this box over here. But because of the way that they'd be pages as I because of the components we have built. Maybe that's another ten hours of work. Where if maybe we just had a conversation maybe we could have thrown it into a component that we that already existed and we can throw a little Lincoln there on which which may be equally as effective solution? But until you have that conversation. You'll really no. Yeah so how long have you been at fearless now. I'm coming up on October. Seventeenth will be my three year anniversary. And I've never been anywhere for three years the traditional I guess millennial job hopper. I've had a lot of jobs in the past seven or eight years and usually I usually get out of there in a year year and a half times house man and this is the first time I've been

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Aaron Brooks Talks Working at Fearless Solutions, a Black Owned Software Company

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08:59 min | 2 years ago

Aaron Brooks Talks Working at Fearless Solutions, a Black Owned Software Company

"All right so tell us who you are and what you do Yeah my name is Ann Brooks I'm devops Engineer Aman technically actually at a software company in in Baltimore fearless solutions actually black owned software company owned by a guy named delight zero and another guy who's partner in it I was in his John Foster but yeah I saw that's why engineer on my help bridge the gap between development operations but I'm also pretty passionate about technical education so I also have started a series called a mastermind academy where I hopefully have created a scalable platform to be able to teach these topics in a way that will actually help people get jobs in the future dope I really WanNa go more it's a masterminding academy and Definitely WanNa talk about devops stuff but let's let's start with fearless because you already said something that is blowing my mind a little bit which is black on software company like Oh absolutely what I checked out the website before we started recording and I was telling you before like the whole software with a sole really struck struck me as like wow like even just looking at pictures of the company culture and how everything works out it's really unlike anything that I've seen before and I've been around in tech for a minute how did you you like hook up with feelings how did you get started there a great question so you're you're definitely not wrong but so I I I grew up in county which is not that far from his is closer to DC ABC not that far from Baltimore. But I went to school in Baltimore College of Baltimore and after School I was working I ended up a lot of jobs are in the DC area northern Virginia area so I was Kinda working down there living in Baltimore and I moved down to the DC area and then I was looking around for different things and my wife actually my wife in Baltimore and she was working on the move back to Baltimore again so a lot of moving back and forth but As I was moving back to Baltimore decided I didn't want to make this long commute anymore I started looking for jobs and I went on Google typed in tech companies in Baltimore and fearless popped up and actually went on the website and I saw someone that I knew there there's a a woman named Kiera that I'm that I knew you through a mutual friend and I saw on the website and I reached out and ask questions that she had nothing but positive things to say so I applied things went well they actually didn't get the contract that I I was supposed to be joining forces actually took a job in DC for the time being and then they reached back out to like hey still interested we'd love to have you and it sounds like a great company so I took the leap and I've been there for almost three years now wow so really you kind of almost lucked up on it you found it through Google search yup absolutely what is a regular day like for you in devops like I'm sure for people that are listening might have an idea but can you also explain just like what what is devops and why is it important yes so devops really is is different everywhere you go and everyone will have a different answer for but that would is supposed to be a mess supposed to be bridging the gap between development lemon operations in breaking down those silos usually developers right they're code and they toss it basically over this verbier wall over to ops of the people who are designed were there to put this stuff out in the systems and keep running if their issues ops people toss it back and they don't really know how to code runs and things like that it's not really a job title as it's not what you we do more of a philosophy about how you approach a software development and solving problems and it's really just people who are designed to create these pipelines create tools services to help developers develop as fast as they a need to assess autopsies a normal day for me really is I do have to manage that there's usually a pretty big focus on infrastructure management so I do a lot of cloud computing and I'm responsible for you know writing and codifying templates to basically deploy Amazon Masan webs services resources so now you don't need to you no longer need to buy servers and things like that you can basically write these files that kind of describe the state of the infrastructure that you want and ship it off to Amazon and Amazon will go ahead and provision these resources for you which makes it a pretty cool it's a lot of automation and they're making sure these processes and things that you usually do manually are done in automated fashion done in a way that no one has to kind of be hands on which should save a lot of time on really help developers move a lot faster stor some of sounds like it's a lot of almost behind the scenes work making sure that all the years returning and everything is running smoothly yeah absolutely definitely more we're back in focused traditionally back in focused okay do you lead a team or are you just kind of individual contributor I do so I I I I am the team lead eight for I'm actually work on the SBA dot Gov projects let's the small business administration we manage the basically the digital footprint for the small business administration you know we are revitalizing their tooling their website all they're all the various backings we have to help support small businesses but I am not there so I ah do do more than just absolutely because I've actually don't do much devops your day to day right now because I do manage the application team and I'm helping architect out the application location there make decisions in helps setting the path for we're going to do there okay what does that kind of day to day look like is it just mostly meetings and you're not kind of in the thick of it more meetings and before I I am very much dylan to think of it but there is definitely more meetings than before a lot of meetings that I did not expect day to day I'm usually you come in we'll do our standard we'll talk about other things that we did what we have coming up tomorrow you know we were an agile shop we practice agile scrum we do that and then it's usually a you know have some spring tasks I might have development tickets I may be working on a we have a react a javascript node react front end maybe doing some some things with that or I may be showing up some security concerns and and updating packages and things like that or adding new architecture to the site new physical Amazon architecture to the site hi I'm on a daily basis but it is a lot of beatings it's a lot of helping to clear blockers for for developers developers run into problems helping them work through those problems and making sure for that they have kind of the runway to be able to complete the things that they need to complete But yeah a lot more administrative things than I am used to so for people all that are listening you kind of detailed what devops is so I think I can kind of get a sense of what the differences between software development and just doing devops or something like but you also work with designers as well is that right absolutely all of our scrum teams have general above developers devops scrum master astor designers in a Qa test engineers what do you think designers need to know about the software development process because like you're mentioning Agile scrum I don't know what those things mean I know if I talked of disasters they'll be like what what does that Yeah Yeah Yeah so I've actually been fortunate to the team that we actually work with his actually pretty small our entire team is about ten people also get to work pretty closely together and this is the actually this this position has been the first time I've ever been truly a part of the entire hire process of the software development life cycle and so what I would say developers would kind of a benefit from knowing about devops is one what would art what the devops ethos is is again really being able to enable development so that both designers and devops engineers really have the same goal and that is too great the best product for the user our users users are the same so you know the end user was aimed but for devops the developers also our user that that's kind of our main stakeholder and when we are when I just WanNa designers are designing having being able to be a part of that design process I've been a part of design sprints and all kinds of design jams and things like that to be able to to actively actively run through and analyze and figure out what a proper or federal solution will be for someone design wise that part is really important because the conversation that happens between the technical feasability of a design came really impact how the devops engineers architect the system an implement the system so that this can be done quickly so you know if you have the opportunity to work hand in hand with your developer devops engineers can make the product much better than than you think it is and you can actually get it a lot astor interesting no that's good to know because I used to this was got maybe about over ten years ago but back when I used to work at Web md they really had like development and design in these two silos so like when you mentioned that wall earlier like it's a metaphorical wall but you know like throwing doing the project kind of back and forth over it to make sure that both sides kind of have everything in Sync I just know when I was working at Web md and we had that process it it was so difficult because we would get the the we would do designs or whatever then we toss it over and then the development of just toss it right back like Oh yeah we can't Geico that you can't do that and it's like there would be a lot of this caused a bottleneck to try to get things done

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"masan" Discussed on KOMO

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03:44 min | 2 years ago

"masan" Discussed on KOMO

"The time council member sean masan what tried to hold a press conference in front of that work site they shouted her down i think i've seen you guys drown people out the floor repeats this statement the council moved ahead taking that vote to tax big big big business the whole country was watching all those in favor voting for the underlying package as emended raise your hand and vote by does oppose raise your hand boat nate they okay so it passes five to four well immediately amazon fired back they threatened to stop or slow other projects sub-lease the rainier square tower project expand outside seattle starbucks also made very clear they were not too happy with the tax on big business and the council quickly reversed itself killing the head tax will the seattle times reports since then after getting copies of seattle mayor jenny durkan's calendar she has met privately with them at least a half dozen times just this year scheduled those meetings with top executives and she tells the times those efforts are paying off carleen johnson komo news following a second night of debates are the democrats and it closer to finding a consensus candidate for president almost jeff pohjola reports after last night men are taking a second look at a certain senator throughout the debate band in the hours after social media television pundits and even cell phone push alerts for major media outlet it's seem to focus on camera harris of california the senator and former state attorney general headed tents and emotional exchange with joe biden about race and the former v._p.'s recent comments about working with segregationist democrats democratic strategist kathy allen was able to take the front runner and bring him down to fly i thought she was very much in charge new polling of democratic primary voters is already underway and we expect to get those results in the next few days jeff pohjola komo news meanwhile across town democratic socialists had their eye on bernie sanders last night komo's tammy matassa was there was a lively atmosphere at the zoo tavern as the seattle democratic socialists of america they wanted to hear about healthcare and the topic got heated with senators bernie sanders and kamala harris raised your hands to declared they would abolish private health insurance supporters say his policies on healthcare and the working class really resonated with other candidates Dirty always. bringing back into the mental message could understand that will make a significant change in it's really amazing to see how this message is resonating across other candidates come said they could see elizabeth warren and fully on castro as potential number two choices experts are trying to figure out why we're seeing an increase in beach closures across king county komo's cara constant reports it's unusual this early in the summer season it's perfect day of ballard's golden gardens beat until this discovery through visitors and their hosts to after learning the water was closed he went next door and bought a some tight so that we could learn how to fly them bits because signs are posted all over the beach warning everyone to stay out of the water city officials say a clog sewer line push one hundred sixty five thousand gallons of sewage into the water near golden gardens i did try to go towards a lottery so katie gengo made sure her dog max stayed out of the water golden gardens is one of many beaches that have already closed down this summer and king county and there's one reason why it's all about poop it's essentially what we're testing for is proven the water and we use the bacteria as the way that we can actually turn that into a laboratory tests with numbers attached to cold light there's been found.

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"masan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

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"masan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"So you're not locking yourself into anything and the beauty of the nudity is the they have a term in there are they will promise that you'll get an income, you can choose that. I like lifetime. It's called a lifetime income rider. So what does that mean? You your lifetime time income. That's what it means. Well, no, the lifetime of the contract. No, it's no. Legally married is your lifetime and you can join pay that and we talked about this, a couple of weeks ago on the show, there's a way where even IRA's individual retirement accounts, you can get a joint income for husband and wife or spouses, not just one person, even though it's only an individual retirement due back in the day IRA's were for one person. Yes. And you died and whatever the balance was left, which is probably smaller would onto the next of kin now, you can keep that income, going for both spouses, beautiful things. People don't realize what you're saying. Is it with an IRA you can actually put that money? That's in your IRA into an annuity. Yeah. And what we call that. That's that's established in your own downturn defense mechanism. In other words, if the market goes down, you're not going to lose money. Continue to grow that income. Rider, it promises a certain gain every single year for your income, and a future. Think about that. So even if the market goes in a downturn spiral downward, you're still making money every year on your income account, and then at anytime you can flip that magic switch and get a lifetime income get can't outlive. So coach I wanna talk about variable annuities before the show's over as well, because I know that, that's a hot topic for Dave. I promise we will be like variable annuities. I've never seen one that alike. And so I'm I guess I'm one of those negative people on annuities when we're talking about variable annuities. All right. You know, I don't like new and he's a neither should you. But I love certain ones and social, you should at least hear about them with an open mind, not a close mind that your broker has basically put here Masan for you. But I really think that I wanna make an offer out if you are worried about your own retirement security, which if you're not you need to be because we've already talked about the show. How are we going to live longer? We need to make sure money's gonna live longer than we do and grow until we need it. But if you are with the next ten callers who called L, we will for you will, first of all, we're going to sit down and look at your tax returns. We'll uncover. Longterm tax issues that you might be experiencing and not have to that exist in your IRA's, maybe capital gains taxes. What about social security? We'll go through claiming strategies and ways to minimize taxes, you getting taxed on social security. Also establish your retirement income goal. That's money needed to cover the cost of enjoying your lifestyle all the way through retirement. Not just getting by that's where I see a lot of times Steve where we're folks say, well, my financial planner said, we'll have enough to cover our basic living expenses. What about the fun money? Yeah. So I want to make sure you have more money than you need not less, but also going to analyze your current investments to stab which the real cost and fees. This is the big one. Folks, we call it a calculated risk exposure level based on the risk you're taking right now. How much could you gain each year, but more importantly, how much could you lose if the market went the wrong way many people are terrified when they see how much they could lose? If by the way, they're set up now Steve, if the market went the wrong way, we're also going to determine the percentage of assets needed to protect future income needs considering taxes inflation. Who cares what kind of income, you're? Getting if it doesn't cover the basic expenses and the living expenses, and the fund money all together, based on inflation in the past, we don't know what it's going to be the future. Let's have our money grow higher than it ever has before the flation. I like okay. We're going to be view. Your family goes on jeopardy. And the state planning issues to determine assets needed to protect your stuff all that for the next ten callers. If you have at least three hundred thousand safe retirement coach. That sounds great really here's a chance for you to sit down and get a retirement roadmap put together coach Pete and the team can do that. And they can translate for you all of that complex financial world into really clear instructions. It's an excellent chance for you to get that true practical retirement review..

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"masan" Discussed on 710 WOR

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02:11 min | 2 years ago

"masan" Discussed on 710 WOR

"All part of Masan planned on the world. I mean, part of Johns plan to bring anyone everyone into its credit program. It's essentially as prime credit card option that mitigates the risk for John. You're kidding really. You mean if I give you enough money to cover the money you're gonna love me back. Limit mitigate your ISP where did you of course, it does? No kidding. They only stand Reagan fees and interest once the promotional periods over which, of course, is whether doing this, which is to say it's another way for corporations to make money off of poor people won't creating a pathway for them to spend more money. Well, the prepaid credit card the secured credit card. The prepaid debit card have always been out there most the time though they're not associated with a twenty eight percent rate where your borrowing your own money back. You're pretty freaking desperate. By the way, I'm Donald take debit card. On. No. Because I buy stuff on that Masan. I'm a costumer Murli not mad. I was on there, so dadgum big that they just didn't know that there were stupid people working in one corner the organization that we're trying this crap. So sixteen million people just got told him on that you suck on this product, people are laughing all over America right now at the absurdity of this, as I said this out loud. People who use on prom, every everyday, or laughing at you right now. I'm on really bad PR move. Screw your customers. It's always, it's never good thing. It never works out if you just help people, which is what you've done on for years. I mean, we're big customer of their tech services AWS as well. Not mad at Amazon, the company, they're too big to be mad at because not not because I'm scared of them. But just because they're just the right end of what the left hand's doing the people over in the media side, or great people. We do work with them all the time their books, people are buying, large, great people. We do work with them all the time. I'm a customer. I buy stuff on there. Click Amazon prime what your stuff delivered to my door just like you..

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"masan" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

Straight Up with Stassi

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"masan" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

"Like people on Reddit people on all these blogs have come up with so many theories about what season eight was gonna be like, how Jamie might kill sir Seib out like I all of these things could have happened. And, like, none of it happened, literally just battle scenes hap- adult scenes in the just like someone tripping and falling and dying. Yes. Just really. I mean. See, I think I think you know what do you say name? Musavi Musani Zonda. I always get it confused with Melissa really pretty one who John. Yeah. Like they give her a little more time in in a dignified. She got great death. Yeah. And soon with even like various like it was Scott good dental it was. Yeah. But then, but Jamie, and seriously just like whoop done and the hound in him. And his brother coming head to I we got good that was pissing me off. I'm like he's literally stabbing him in the frigging like everywhere. And he does even move. He pulled the knife out of his I. Well, I think I mean is he dead or undyed like, what technically is I don't why he is? But, you know, they, they even made his death like poetic by falling into the fire that, yeah. A lot of like. Really? And then I just poor are a she's just barely hanging on what's going to happen with her. She's in the street, trying to stave mother and children. We'll honestly find the horse. I'm just more noise that she didn't take what's his name his offer. Do you like Ganji get injuries entry gingery? Whatever you don't ha you can be a bad ass, and be lady at the same time, like you don't have to choose one or the other, especially since you abandoned. Right. When you got there and the hounds like, listen, you don't wanna look like me. First of all, how you should said that a long time ago she could have like I don't know accomplished, like a had a different life, but she literally abandoned her like I'm gonna go kill starchy. So like you literally could have gone and been a bad ass, and Mary, surgery you kill the night, king league. You can take a little our and our girl. It's like when someone wins an Academy Award, and they're nominated the next year again and like it's like really can you like let someone else have their turn like it's a little too much of you right now? Exactly. So now. Aria engineers are gonna come head to head, which is what about song says. Sounds is still back in what's it called, which afoul science in jacuzzi, tub in winter fil Chillan with brand? I mean I do I how I, I wonder I how is this even going to happen? Where sauna comes back. I guess she's going to have to hear. The ravens gonna come and just drop a note like deniro slit, everything on fire. John snow's, freaking out, Oguz, what Jon snow's also king. But Sandra hated sir. See too. Yeah. But I mean there is really gone fucked up, so who's should it like who's gonna win? Mike. Better. Remind boy Tyrian. He's always been my fav-. I don't think Santa would let Tyrian and I don't think Tyrian wants to, I think Tyrian likes to be the hand. This is the meaning like he better not die. I don't want to hear ended either that would really upset me like so many people when mill Masan day, Masan day who's Ondon when Masan died, they were like I totally thought Tyrian was going to I thought this was his moment. I'm like, I would have lost my shit. If that's how Syrian member we were both like no don't do not kill even not even go there right now. Okay. So who got left, we got deniro's designs. Are you fucking brand? John. There are a lot of Stark's. I mean technically jonson's, I'll start but we got three Starks Jon snow denarius Tyrian. And we've said, we basically said goodbye to like Sam in, like the Wilding dudes..

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"masan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"masan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"One of the most deadly 'cause Mesic operations in the world. See this is BBC trendy the program that takes a deep dive into the world of social media and online culture. Joining me in the studio is BBC journalists. Lola masan. Yeah. Hi, hey, Lana e spent months investigating the world of the BB L, so one it you start to with the basics. What exactly is a Brazilian Butler? I support it simply the Brazilian Butler or BB L is a two step procedure is taken from areas. Lexa stomach back inside and reinvested into the bum. The rear you'll behind a bottom. Whatever would we choose to use bigger? Exactly, the aim is a female body shape. Many people will be familiar with from their Instagram huge breath a tiny waist on a big behind if the shape of celebrities like Kim Kardashian or rapid Nicki Menaj. And of course, we should probably point out that what you see all social media is often different from the reality. Yeah. Very few of the images, we see online of women who have this particular body, shape or offensive. And that's because in addition to. To because Mesic surgery, we have all sorts of filters and apps info shop tricks. Yeah. And as you mentioned is one of the most dangerous because medic procedures in the world. That's according to the British association of aesthetic, plastic surgeons, there are many doctors who have grave concerns about this type of cosmetic surgery. One of them is Dr Kramer, he's a plastic surgeon in London who was performed. But now no longer office this procedure, he explains the risks involved. A lot of patients is a quick procedure harmless. But we shouldn't forget that one. Thousand procedures and deadly. So this basically highest death complication risk any cosmetic surgery by far. Well, that's one in three thousand and in death. Yeah. And to give some context in the United States in two thousand seventeen there were more than twenty thousand federals dot acquire. Mattel me one of the reasons why he stopped performing the BB Al if the risk of injuring blood vessels while injecting the body this can cause Fatima Lytham that means an obstruction of an artery. He says a Fatima's could hit the heart all the long, and you could die within seconds or suffer a heart attack. People who undergo the surgery have to find documents prior to the procedure proving they understand the potential risk of death Kramer thinks it's too dangerous. He doesn't perform BBL's anymore fashionable right now to have big about X. It might not be the anymore to risk the life that I don't understand it. I can explain that came support it..

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"masan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"masan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The world. See this is BBC trending the program that takes a deep dive into the world of social media and online culture. Joining me in the studio is journalists Lola Masan. Yeah. Hi, hey, lotta e spent months investigating the world of the baby out. So why don't you start with the basics? What exactly is a Brazilian Butler aft support? It simply the Brazilian about left or BB L is a two step procedure taken from areas like the stomach back inside and reinvested into the bum. Make the rear you'll behind bottom. Whatever would we choose to use bigger? Exactly. The aim is a female body shapes. Many people will be familiar with from their Instagram huge breasts a tiny way on a big behind if the shape of celebrities like Kim Kardashian or rapid Nicki Menaj. And of course, we should probably point out that what you say she media is often different from the reality. Very few of the images, we see online of women who have this particular body, shape or Centric. And that's because in addition to. To because Mesic surgery, we have also filters and apps Infosys shop tricks. Yeah. And as you mentioned is one of the most dangerous because medic procedures in the world. That's according to the British association of aesthetic, plastic surgeons, there are many doctors who have grave concerns about this type of 'cause meth exaggerate one of them is Dr that Kramer, he's a plastic surgeon in London who was performed. But now no longer office this procedure, he explains the risks involved. A lot of patience is a quick procedure this harmless, but we shouldn't forget one three thousand procedures and. So this basically the highest that complication risk any cosmetic surgery by far. Wow, that's one in three thousand and in death Yar and to give some context in the United States in two thousand seventeen that will move in twenty thousand factories don't cry Matola me that one of the reasons why he stopped performing the BB L if the risk of injuring blood vessels while injecting the body fifteen calls Fatima lissome that means an obstruction of an artery. He says the Fatima's could hit the heart all the long, and you could die within seconds or suffer a heart attack. People who owns a BB I'll have to find documents prior to the procedure proving they understand the potential risk of death. Dr Kramer thinks it's too dangerous. He doesn't perform BBL's anymore. You know, it's fashionable right now to have big abouts fashionable in it might not be the anymore into risky life for that. I don't understand.

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Going cashless is real - except in Philly

Talking Tech

04:58 min | 3 years ago

Going cashless is real - except in Philly

"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple. And smart that place is ZipRecruiter. Where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Jefferson Graham, here USA day talking tech weekend addition, you know, I haven't had a nickel dime. Puerto or a penny in my pocket for two years. I've got twenty dollars stuff behind my iphone just in case. But I rarely if ever reached for it. I mean, why bother were now living in what's quickly becoming a cashless society where credit cards or electronic payments on your phone rule as I don't live in an area where exact change is needed for the morning bus ride. I'm in great shape. I never have to worry. If I have enough money on me to get me through the day. Just don't tell that to the mayor of Philadelphia because this week Jim Kenney signed off on a new law that specifically outlaws stores that don't accept cash that includes the Amazon does door which require an app to gain entrance, and they have no cash registers, the store cameras and sensors watch you shop and edgier goods to the Bill via an Email receipt that arise after you. Leave Mr Mayor. Let me tell you something. It's happening all over the world and not just Masan the tender greens chain of healthy restaurants, operating, California, New York and Boston stopped accepting cash in two thousand eighteen advantage faster checkout lines elimination of fees for armored car cash pickups, and no more fear from employees about robberies assorted food, trucks and restaurants in the San Jose, Houston and Chicago area note there no cash policy on Vive on visas website that said the mayor's reasoning a sound he says cashless stores exclude poor people who don't have the credit to get a credit or debit card. I understand that does that mean they also can't afford a smartphone. Imagine living life in today's world without one of those. Okay. That's another story. But let's say one could cobble together ninety dollars to pick up an Alta, tell Tetra from the mint mobile website. May I point out that smartphone? Pay services like then mail can be linked to your Bank account. No credit card needed just saying. And you know, it's not just here in China. The supermarket chain Hemmeh opened by saying it would only accept mobile payments via alipay from ecommerce giant Alibaba. And in Sweden, folks. Take the cashless shift so seriously, many banks have stopped carrying green. And I key store is testing the cashless concept near Stockholm Sweden is the country were many citizens have agreed to have microchips embedded in their bodies to assure speedier cashless mobile purchases and transit tickets mobile pay is still a sliver of overall retail sales. But it's definitely on the rise target a long holdout. Just edit Apple Pay to one of its options following in the footsteps of best buy CVS in other retail giants who now accept payment the iphone, but you still can't use Apple Pay at WalMart. The number one retailer it does have its own mobile pay app that links Bank payments to hear our codes. It's. A little clunky. But it's there and Mr Mayor good news for you. Walmart still accepts cash to but for how long I'm Jefferson Graham with USA day. You've been listening to the weekend edition at talking tech. Let me hear your thoughts on what we talked about today. I'm on Twitter at Jefferson Graham, please subscribe to talking tech wherever you listen to online audio. I will see you tomorrow with another quick hit on the latest tech news. Thanks, everyone for listening. In need of great talent for your business. But short on time. You don't have to get lost in a huge stack of resumes to find your perfect hire. You just need the right tools smarter tools with ZipRecruiter you can post your job to over one hundred of the web's leading job boards with just one click then ZipRecruiter. Actively looks for the most qualified candidates and invites them to apply. So you never miss a great match. No wonder eighty percents of employers who post on ZipRecruiter get a quality candidate through the site in just one day. Find out today why ZipRecruiter has been used by businesses of all sizes and industries to find the most qualified job candidates with immediate results right now. Talking tech listeners can post jobs on ZipRecruiter for free. That's right free. Just go to ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. One more time to try it for free. Go to ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire.

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"masan" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"masan" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"That's a very good movie. What was that eighteen eighteen so eighteen and seventeen of mine are? Like, very similar. Okay. And they go by the same title. Just one has one and two. So I'm going to skip ahead of you. So Wayne's world. Oh is I freak in? Love Wayne's world. Wayne's world two is eighteen Wayne's world. One is seventeen. See if you were me to kind of your places here. You could call that one. No, I'm not going to do that. Because every movie deserves a placement every movie is its own thing. Well agree to disagree. Yeah. Yeah, you're wrong. And the audience will tell you around why do you love Wayne's world so much home? I gosh, everything about it is my childhood. So when I grew up my brother's, like eight eight and a half years almost nine years older than me and growing up all of the music that is in Wayne's world. Two Wayne's world one like all of the Wayne's world movies are my childhood. Like that's how I grew up. Is that is the way the movie is depicted. It seems ridiculous. But that's how my brother was like he acted like that. The key was involved with that type of like party time party time. Excellent. Swing. Swing shrank. Did you like the that was Night Live stuff? Yeah. Absolutely. I watched Saturday Night Live like crazy because my whole family did. Yeah. All through the nineties like I grew up with all of the ninety Saturday Night Live stuff. So when Wayne's world came out in a movie, my brother worked at Marshall Onis which was at the Masan market and turns out the Masan market renting movies in Wayne's world came out and now owned by me turns out. That's weird. Yeah. It is weird. I didn't I didn't put that together. But like, my brother would bring home movies from the market, basically every Friday when they came out like all the new ones and Wayne's world and Wayne's world two came out a year apart from each other. And I watched them and with it that close together ninety it was ninety and ninety two. So I think it was two years apart. But okay. Either way it was very close to each other a very similar movie. It was I could see why you would put those two together. I mean, they they are very similar, but I'm still going to separate him because like. They have different plotlines. Okay. Well, yeah. Of course, so probably the most successful of the Saturday and Saturday Night Live movies. There's been a lot by well. There's one other that is much better. And I'm not gonna talk about until later this podcast. So what number was that? What was eighteen for you? Well, it was eighteen and seventeen. So you're going to talk about two different podcasts or two different movies because I'll just I'll just do my seventeen in the Moby then you'll just go next with sixteen. You didn't do your eighteen Apocalypse Now. That was your eighteenth..

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"masan" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"masan" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Just PC this week reported fourth quarter earnings that fell short of estimates that the Bank was quick to tell investors that it's still aiming to meet its key financial targets the CFO in Stevenson's spoke to me on Tuesday. Tweet very much expected to get to positive for the year when we got to the end of the quarter. I think what happened in key for was a very significant market downturn. In November, December what you saw were revenues came in just over a billion dollars than a very strong keeps three Meister that was very much related to market's weakness in October markets operation. Revenues were down fifty nine percent compared to q hurry, and we also saw softness in markets related revenues and our insurance manufacturing businesses. Well, costs actually very much in line with what we thought they would be. So the big Masan jaw was a revenue missile because of weak markets and king four has there been any pickup in revenue as we go into sort twenty nine hundred any reprieve that you can tell us off January being January was good. I actually ahead of plan. So we were pleased with the start to the year. I think we're a bit more cautious. As we look out. But so far January very much on track. Okay. Let's let's deal with the jaws last year the market thought you'd make a positive number run five percent. They trimmed up back to consensus. Maybe of a rind. I'd say two three what can you guide the market for twenty nine hundred what is delivered. But you say positive, but where can it get too? I'm not going to give you actual.

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"masan" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"masan" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"I if I can be compassionate to her. I can do anything for her. It makes me feel good. If it's giving her something to drink or making her something to eat. He loves she loves the feel good wanna his Tyco's architects Masan. I'm sorry. So she does other one became one of her caretakers a woman that she didn't know product being sick. I don't know if they if she knew her prior to being sick or not, okay, I can't determine if that will make it better or worse, depending on how people feel about right? But, but, but, but, but the thing is they are other gonna hide another caretaker if you know, a light, you know, she's people saying they have products that you so you could hire a caretaker to take care her. Is families in friends could've stepped in to take care her in? My thing is that. I guess from my perspective. It could have said nothing because once you put this out in the public people are going to have opinions about it. And everybody's not going to be pleased with the you can't be mad 'cause they was like nigga cheating because because to a lot of people. That's what it appears to be sure between gasping giving her rounds. She goes in there and takes care of these. Smith. Oh, let me give us food recuperate. So now he can finish taking me to pound town. Right. And. The thing is for a lot of people. It wouldn't matter where races woman is emphasis on people that does. So they don't like, oh you like white bitch in your house, and you let her be fucking can't take. How dare you nigga? Yeah. That's a lot of at rate is right. Right. And then you then when you dealing with the internet, you dealing with people that have hurt that have pain, you dealing with people that black men have left them for white women like like, so where you put this out on the public sphere. You do with all types of people. Like, I say a lot of people wouldn't have can't who she was there. Like, these were not your arrangement. So your marriage to the best knowledge. So why are you changing the rules after she can't give consent to this? Then a gas. He's daughter from a previous ship also relationship her blessing the thirty two year old moved into the home ownership or do. They're looking at the Smith. He told me I was like thank God, I'm happy. She said what Danna doesn't like dad social media behavior? Tell. Tell him all the time become with way pos-. I say, look you're gonna make people may have to be okay with that. He had to change gasping and says he told his wife about learner, but admitted Smith illness makes it difficult for her to internalize information. So yeah, also, she must not have known at least about this relationship. And now does as Alzheimer's how could she possibly know or prove? And she approve I wouldn't have had a problem with it at all Smith decline is evident. The woman was known as black. Martha Stewart has issues with short term memory as speaks short incoherences during the post interview, she see talked to learn about non-existent baby and didn't recognize herself in the photograph..

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"masan" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

07:20 min | 3 years ago

"masan" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Morning. Everybody is DJ envy. Angela Ye shall Amina guy. We are the breakfast club. We have Tony Gaskins junior into building relationship expert. You think that relationship can be successful? If you're in love, there's no physical like less store attraction to each other. Yes. I think you can. But you it has to be built on communication, and so what you realize and what I've come to learn is that sex in a relationship is a plus not a priority. And when we understand that the largest sexual Oregon is the mind, and you focus on making love to the mind instead of making love to the body that is win sex loses its power and real love flourishes. So my wife, and I we may go three weeks without intercourse, and I don't miss a beat. But as men we thought that we have to have a release every day. But I fall deeper in love in that three weeks of just. Communicating and that's where I learned that sex is a plus and not a priority about couples they go for months without having sex. If you communicating and you're actually making love to one another's mind, then is healthy and Israel. But if you going for months without sex, and there is no communication if there's no mental stimulation, the national when something is broken. And it needs to be addressed in a lot of times is because somebody is focused on someone else outside of the relationship. When you got with your wife, did you cut off all your other one when I met my wife, I was talking to four other females. And by the end of the first week, I had cut all of them off because from the first real conversation. She sat me outside on the bench in front of her apartment, and we talked for six hours and in that six hours. I knew that she was my wife, and I was twenty one years old. How did you change your lifestyle? So fast. You can have a relationship coach. I did I didn't change it. So fast cheated early on. You had other women no matter at twenty one too much into the relationship. She left me because I was trying to bring in my controlling toxic behavior. And she said we need a break. But really that men will never talk. Again. We just happen to come back six months later when I got back that six months, I said, I'm not letting you go I got to trap. You you amazing women. And so I got a pregnant on purpose. And she was in school to be a doctor gosh, this is why I teach though because you can't have a message unless you have a mess. And so unless you've been the absolute worst than you can't explain how to be the best. And so for me going from both ends of the spectrum. I've seen the whole scope of things. And that's why I teach what I teach because I know this is what really works. And so I kept her and I got married at twenty three and it took me from twenty three to twenty five to get one hundred. Percent, right. At about the end of twenty five. I said I will be one hundred percent faithful in mind body and spirit for the rest of my life. And I'm thirty four now. And so my wife, and I haven't had an argument in a decade, we have disagreements, but because of the communication is how do you define an argument a disagreement now a argument is yelling shutting down walking off slamming the door going to bed mad a disagreement is when you disagree or something. But you sit down like adults and you use the communication rules. I have a chapter and make it work. Call arguing is not communication, right? I always say that you have to disagree effectively when you're in a relationship because you don't agree on everything. But how do you handle it when you have a disagreement? That's really important you have to listen to both sides. So you have to seek to understand. Then be understood people argue to be right, right? You exactly and when you are operating from a place of selflessness. Then you can truly here who is right in this situation when you being selfless instead of being selfish. And I think age matters. I think experience matters on my womanhood. It'd be twenty one year this year. But that's a long time. I've been we've both been several different people in those those phases of life as teenagers in right college for her in twenty months. Corner. Yes, sir. Yeah. Monterey. So y'all kind of work through your broken, and you grew together. And that's when they say grow together. That's what you gotta do. And so if you growing together that's different than one person growing and the other person not in their growth, and so see both of you marry men were y'all at you peaceful. You happy people want money men won't money, but the real prosperity is piece. I got way more money when my relationship with my dad and stop cheating. I haven't cheated it since October twenty sixteen past couple of years, I made more money in ever like it's not about money, but my life success. That definitely is a universal level just keeps coming pause now. What if you got a bunch of dog dogging him up? I would have he eats all good by the mall gifts. He give him time. When he got time. He's not married. No kidding devote on one woman dog little dog, right? Right. Right, right. He's not. Beaten, her what the thing is is he still perpetuating the cycle because every one of those women want him to be their exclusive, man. And so he's breaking her down. So if she has kids her kids are broken, it's to keep the cat syndrome where the boss yells at me. I go home yell at my wife. My wife years at Masan Masan goes and kicks the cat and the cat. Did nothing wrong. You can't do exactly it's the kidney. So that's what happens when this guy is manipulating these women sleeping with these women, and they accept that role because they go on Instagram, and they promote decide chick or the one of many and women get comfortable having half of a man instead of a whole man and that is perpetuated. And we don't realize it when we say why is it so much black on black crime? Why is it so much as STD's? We don't go back to the foundation that if you give a person love, and they can see healthy love between this relationship in their home. They become a total different person. You have a book called a single is not a curse single dot occurs. You can can you explain what made you want to write there? 'cause I got a lot of single homegrown. Right. Right. I wrote it because I feel like that is the space where self love really should happen. And that you are not ready for relationship until you are one hundred percent happy being single now. What about the woman that's happy being single? She's at peace being. Single. But on her vision board, she has I do want to be married one day and find a man that's the space. She needs to operate because now from self great man, right? It's really important, and I believe the highest level of love is self love. And when you get to self love everything flows from there because a lot of women single and a lot of men single because they looking at preferences, amass as she got to have a big plus you gotta have a flat stomach. She gotta be this complexion. A woman says she has to be six foot. He has to make six figures he has to have a six pack or six inches. And so now, she's. I.

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"masan" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"masan" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"A pack light Erica do says that song from her second album follow up to the first by do as that was mama's gun. Masan was bag lady really hit the billboard charts with that one. And Eric do is our subject for today's scoop with coop at noon. She'll be playing at the eagles, Rome. Friday, January eighteenth, I Emma walkie. So get your tickets now, she has not performed the Milwaukee for fourteen years. And I am sure that she's going to bring it forests after that long of a time Erica from a very young age from age of fourteen was free styling for local radio stations alongside with such talents. As ROY Hargrove interview. She decided the change of spelling their name to Erica, K H, and the term K H signifies, the inner self she adopted the surname. Why do because it is her favorite jazz scat sound Badu Badu Badu? But do I like it too? I like it too. Among the Akan people of Ghana, it's a term for the tenth born child. So we have to celebrate her long long long span a career from her first album by do as and the live version of that between nineteen ninety seven nineteen ninety nine and then onto. For more a very successful albums. She has not disappointed us or herself. I think she stays very true to herself. And that's the one magnificent thing about Erica by Dushi. Just amazes. All of her fans every time and really maintains this level of. Truthfulness and sincerity, and a real genuine soul for sure. And so here's another one from her first album by do as miss goes out to a loyal listener who requested hearing apple tree. This is actually a really really fun song. Check it out. It's got a great groove. And like I said this from her first album. This is her first album really is is is the image and the sound of which everything else came from. And then she really took off from there. So this is apple tree from Erica Badu's by do as. Mm-hmm..

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"masan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"masan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Our final segment here with Joe McQuillan as we talk about his work. My search for Krista bridge, Joe where do people get the book, by the way? So the book is my search for Christopher on the other side, and it's on Amazon dot com. It's in paperback kindle edition, and they're working on an audible right now. Super that'll be great. Let's take some final calls here for you. Let's go next to berry in rock hill, South Carolina. Hey, bear welco. Hello, George, and Joe, I tell you what George I was gonna say something funny about disease at-at. I'll I'll save it. Another time. A great all to diet, George is gonna go down in history as one of your greatest achievement. And I'm telling you Joe, I could have written your book, and I know where you're coming from voting because my dad, and I had the same connection. You have Christopher except. He was my dad's Masan, right? I've lived forty seven years without him. Live forty seven years with him. Joe? With me all the way, if get married jail is getting out of being to drop the drive. He's. Get out of that car and sleep on the street you have to but don't drive that car. But anyways, thank you so much for the book. I can't wait for the audio book because I'm half blind. But anyway, thanks again, you welcome. Okay. Very very kind of you. Thank you file man comes through with Chris occasionally with mediums, and he said don't worry show. I got the kid. How does your family feel about the Christopher issue the book and all that? Well, you know what? I.

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"masan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"masan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Baby. What's after being shocking? Mommy. Daddy. Too soon. Masan is a little, but it's earned twenty point eight million streams, and it's number forty three on the billboard one hundred. So I'm just tired thirty two because all the downloads from parents take care kids and they loved that song. Cute video. Alexa, play it. The next time. I have. You probably know the hasn't heard from Alexa in a while. Did you give her a vacation well kissing her in a running match of unplug her because she's listening, and he plugs her back, don't so. Okay. So that's what you guys do. Instead of with the heat. I barely use that she is making her wage. Okay. He's a lazy thing I do not take advantage. I just use it for music. And then I am Plugger. Casey talks loud. And sometimes, you know, you'll be going. Alexa comes up at all. You can see the light perk up. Oh my gosh. How do you feel about getting sex advice from Oprah? And Gayle king. Okay. I watched this. When she lost me Oper lost me when she said said men to get him going. She has to do is make them corn bread night to sell there. Really says it all so they have this gale trade to say that one time with her husband. She's divorced longtime ago, he wrapped herself in Saran wrap which just the visual of Gail. Saran wrap and he came home. And he's like what what are you doing it? That's an old joke. Punchline is what leftovers again leftovers. Yeah. No. I don't know why they would do something this. Well, so here's what's called the old g chronicles and they're six minute videos in their first video is about sex questions and the answer. Sexual that you don't think of as I'm sure they both have checks or whatever. But I don't think of them as the go-to and sexual ladies to ask a question of I go to Dr Ruth before he'd go to Oprah Gail. I would to doctor sue she needs some Somalians. We even heard from her for Canada. I know okay. Here's one of the questions, and I just had this conversation. And it it I want to hear your thing. So if you're in a relationship with someone, and they are looking on your phone for messages and look on your phone for your emails and stuff and always picking up your phone and looking at your junk, they don't trust you. Okay. I mean, their interest you, and you should probably dump window. You have test yourself. Why am I giving that reason not trust me? We're looking at my phone feels invasive what if you think you're hovering rate would Casey ever look ever. No, no. I know even know to work. I think it's so invasive. Yeah, it is. Yeah. It's okay. So all right. So we it's all right. 'cause Gayle king thinks she's all for giving your significant other your passwords. Gill Hasim fit in a relationship. No.

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Nissan board boots Carlos Ghosn as chairman

A Public Affair

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Nissan board boots Carlos Ghosn as chairman

"Jonathan izod, France and Japan have expressed support for the alliance between Reynaud Masan and Mitsubishi hours. Often sounds chairman was sacked by the company's executive board Cosco in was arrested in Tokyo on Monday following an internal investigation at Nissan about his financial misconduct. Rupert wingfield. Hayes reports call us go has been formally dismissed as chairman of Nissan Motor corporation for nearly twenty years. Mr. goon has been the public face of Nissan, transforming it from Japanese also ran

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What they're saying: Mixed reaction to Amazon's HQ announcement

Daily Tech News Show

03:16 min | 3 years ago

What they're saying: Mixed reaction to Amazon's HQ announcement

"Got a lot of cool reactions from people affected by the Masan headquarters story, Sarah. Yeah, we really did. And we're going to read a few of them now and kinda kinda kinda pick them apart. And and see what we agree with Arthur from Arlington Virginia notes that Amazon's Kurt operations in the area. Which as we noted on the show yesterday are already pretty bast are in Ashburn. Arthur says that's well outside the beltway and the people working in living. They're not gonna wanna commute into Irwin ten Amazon's inside the beltway operations are quotes mainly tied to the government in these are not really HQ function. So Arthur doesn't think that this counts as an expansion for Amazon. Really he and peach also pointed out something that a lot of coverage didn't pass on which is that Virginia Tech will be opening technology campus, adjacent to Amazon. So these are these are good on the ground reports from someone actually in Virginia. I love this. Thank you. Arthur. Granted I think it's fair to say, okay. The folks out in Ashburn aren't going to be feeding into Amazon's Kern opperations, but it is still an area that Amazon is familiar with and was negotiating with. And I don't think they ever thought they would move the people in. But it's it's a fair point inside the beltway stuff, though, I don't know what. Amazon is going to use this second regional office. It's not even HQ anymore. It's a regional office for my suspicion is that it probably will have a lot to do with the government cloud of cloud that Amazon operates, especially if they get that DOD bid thereafter that will probably operate out of there because it's right next to the Pentagon. So I'm less inclined to a seed to to the inside the beltway not mattering because it's government stuff. I think it really does. But yeah, maybe it's unfair to say that that folks being out Nash burner are are part of a of an. Operation that really has any effect on something pretty far away in right on the Potomac, basically. So I don't know what do you what do you think of this, Sarah? Well, you know, one of the things that I'm I didn't realize and thank you Arthur is pointing out the Virginia Tech, huge college opening technology campus, adjacent to Amazon, and how the two might you know, Amazon might funnel and money for research projects, which would make a lot of sense. And like, you said the region itself is definitely skewed government wise. But I think a lot of folks don't realize, you know, even when you hear early intesne Virginia. It's like, well, it's adjacent to Washington DC. Okay. Oh, all right. So, you know, you're you're in this era in this actually, huge metropolitan area. That's not. Yes, they are. They are separate from each other. But collectively, it's it's closer to a lot of industry than than one might think. If they're not from. With that other Silicon Valley kind of feel in Virginia AOL used to when when I was living in Arlington, the big AOL. Skyscraper was right there downtown Arlington. You could see it across the Tomac. When you're in dining when I was working for AOL. That's still where the headquarters was I never went there. But it was

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Dead brothel owner wins Nevada Assembly seat

Ray Appleton

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Dead brothel owner wins Nevada Assembly seat

"In Masan Dennis Hof, the Nevada brothel owner and reality TV personality who died last month was elected to Nevada's thirty six assembly district yesterday. Jim Rupe has more? Dennis Hof is the Trump of ferrall pimp turned politician was found dead in his room on October sixteenth the day after accommodation birthday slash campaign part. Tuesday in Nevada voters elected him over democratic challenger, Lisa Romanoff, party officials urged voters to vote for half because the seat will remain Republican. What happens now is county. Commissioners get together to appoint a Republican to

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What you may find in Amazon 4-star

Your Weekly Tech Update

02:56 min | 3 years ago

What you may find in Amazon 4-star

"Been enough either. Amazon recently opened up another retail location, this one in New York City. But this one, the company's third in Manhattan is a little bit different than these standard Amazon bookstore. It's called Amazon, four star in the name gives away the stores premise, Amazon four-star stocks items that have an average customer review rating of four stars on Amazon dot com and above. There are also sections for new trending and top sellers where featured products don't neces-. -sarily have to meet the four star rating. The stores selection will be changed out and refreshed on a frequent basis, how frequent it's not knowing. But in some cases, weekly, according to one employee, there will be mainstays to like Amazon's own hardware products that will obviously be a permanent staple of the store in total Amazon four-star stocks around two thousand items on its shelves and tables. All of them have been curated in picked by Amazon, thus cutting out any companies that game the review system, and there are a few surprises when it comes to brands you'll see besides some items, you'll find a small card with the quote from an Amazon customer review, kind of a cool little touch for now. Amazon is focusing on those areas in what it shows is to sell at four star devices, consumer electronics, kitchen home toys, books games. But there are also many items like a dog. DNA testing kit that don't belong to any of those sections and are placed on a more general gifts wall. If you've ever stressed about what to buy for a two year old in your life. Amazon takes out the guesswork with different gifts sections based on the person's age. There's also a dedicated area for Amazon launchpad that includes products from startups like a gadget meant to help improve your posture, but it's very clear that there's some paid placement involved in the store to take. For example, the giant roomba installation that eats up a fair amount of floorspace you're telling the I robot isn't paying a hefty sum for that exposure on, surprisingly, Amazon's own devices and Alexa or a huge focus out the store, the echoes and fire tablets get their own showcase tables. Same for brings doorbells and video cameras, and there's a small army of third party speakers from San. Bows ultimate ears and many others plus a bunch of Alexa capable gadgets, like headphones, Philips, hue lights, echo be thermostats and much much more. This is tech heavy store. And if you're a fan of the Masan website that you want to be able to browse that in person, it sounds like this is your

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CDC confirms spike in cases of polio-like illness

Sean Hannity

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

CDC confirms spike in cases of polio-like illness

"Waters. The CDC is now investigating dozens of cases of a condition that mimics the symptoms. Of polio. Fox's grenell? Scott without story the condition acute flaccid by elitest causes muscles and reflexes to weaken and become painful. It's seen mostly in kids. Dr Nancy Masan Yay. Says of one hundred twenty seven possible cases seeing this year. Cases have been confirmed as a FM the cases span twenty two states while the symptoms mirror polio. Dr mess says that's not the cause. However, we have not determined what Pat or immune response the arm or lake weakness and paralysis and most of these patients, she says one child died last year of the disease, the CDC recommends

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Kevin Spacey Groped Massage Therapist And Tried To Force Oral Sex, Lawsuit Alleges

The Ralph Report

02:47 min | 3 years ago

Kevin Spacey Groped Massage Therapist And Tried To Force Oral Sex, Lawsuit Alleges

"Kevin Spacey has been sued by an anonymous masseuer for sexual Barrett. Best batteries skews me this masseur now Missouri's the male version of his Mizzou's of the masseuses and the Susan's female and the male version. He was hired to give Kevin Spacey massage in two thousand six. He claims. And then he was a victim of listen to this list of crime, sexual battery, assault, gender, violence, intentional infliction of emotional distress and false imprisonment. But yes and said, he was brought to Kevin Spacey's Malibu place to give him a Saggio. He was led into the massage room. We've got a massage room in your house. You're living pretty well. Shit already have a masseuse. That's true. At that point, Kevin Spacey allegedly locked the door behind them. He said, the man says that Spacey complaint of having some pain or discomfort in his groin area and needed to be massage. There was then that he was forced forced, I say, detach Kevin, Spacey's, genitals v from back to the future. Gonna come online. As the first instance, the man claims his hand was forced on the Kevin Spacey scrotum. Testicle was forced to touch him, and then he, he, he recoiled he said, but continued with the session first of all bad. On the case, Kevin Spacey again, grabbed the plaintiffs hands according to the lawsuit, and this time force the plaintiff to rub his penis scrotum and testicles. That point Kevin Spacey tried to kiss them sore, and he was groped and offered oral sex by Kevin Spacey. This man says that he is he's seeking unspecified damages according to the suit. Because as a result of that conduct, he has suffered pain, emotional distress, economic harm, loss of earnings and other damages, here's my whole thing about this. If this guy wasn't Kevin Spacey, this guy's not suing, yeah, no, and and here's my thing. If he did all these things to you and any damaged, you then call the fucking cops, but. But this lawsuit bullshit when someone's trying to cash in after the fact on this, I really resent it because I think it takes the wind out of the sales of actual sexual assault cases where people are true victims and they're trying to get Justice. This sounds to me like a cash grab. Now this may have happened, this may have happened, but this guy should have gone to the police and press charges of that was the case immediately don't come back after the fact just a civil suit and try to make some did he say how the the whole thing ended he run out. He leaves. He stay there for the homeless Masan. He says, it says, the man refused Kevin Spacey temp to kiss him at which point he was groped offer oral sex by space, and then it just. I soon he left after

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Judge urges U.S. to focus on reuniting deported parents with children

Dark Secret Place

10:26 min | 3 years ago

Judge urges U.S. to focus on reuniting deported parents with children

"Radio station If I am forty more stimulating talk is the dark secret replace Brian suits in here on till eleven o'clock, or new hours by. The way eight pm to eleven so please enjoy, coming up in, the next break a naval mystery the mystery of the missing, man March of. Nineteen forty two a man overboard mystery that has not been. Sold to this day drone wars the first commercially available drones that were. Weaponized happened, in Syria and Iraq and they they happen because the men of ISIS who don't have an air force did have money. And had access to European markets and. For that matter markets in Turkey and so commercial drones usually under about two hundred dollars were purchased in Turkey off the off the market Just, in toy stores or whatever in Turkey brought into Syria and then the the simple, engineering matter of adapting the usual HD camera hookup underneath the drone to do something as. Simple as release a grenade was actually fairly simple if you if you don't know how this works I've met a couple of drones with HD, cameras on them or. With mounts where you can mount a little gopro, camera on them, and the drone communicates by direct wifi to your to an, app on your. Smartphone where you can use the gopro camera or the built. In camera as a sort of a virtual piloting cockpit where you can. Put the, camera forward and you can fly the drone around as if you're sitting there on the drone but you're looking at the. App on your phone is actually a. Lot of fun and that's how they do those drawn races like in Balboa park and things like that Anyway some of these drones can carry You know up to Up to two and a, half or three pounds and some of. The really significant ones the ones that are used for actual filmmaking or commercial production can can wield up to. Seven or eight pounds and so what was done by ISIS in Syria was a simple matter of replacing the, camera mount, underneath with With some sort of mechanical release or in many cases leaving the camera and using that as guidance system and then, including a mechanical release because as you. Recall nothing happened in ISIS world unless they had video of it and so starting about five years ago you began seeing these pretty amazingly, cinematic HD drone shots of a drone undetected at about a thousand feet coming over a Syrian army position or an Iraqi army position and then it would lower in place it, would lower a couple of hundred feet. And when it seemed to be stable and the the cameras seemed fixed over one particular area like a bunch. Of fuel or munitions or whatever the the drawn would drop a adapted forty millimeter grenade that had a thin For instance like tissue paper role for a tail fin something. Really really crude but it oriented and. Stabilize the projectile in flight so it would generally fly straight down and it would blow up on impact and they did this for hundreds, of times before they finally got a success they finally got a spectacular success in the form of exploding Syrian ammo dump and It looked like they had mastered drone warfare and so they were immediately copied they. Were copied in Yemen by the who sees they were copied by. ISIS in Iraq They were copied by ISIS inspired terrorists and, Libya but the guys in Syria. Were the originators of it and really the masters of the craft so some of them Began putting stories up on YouTube or other other sort of dark, web or even, slightly light regular web read it and fortune. Started putting how to videos on how to modify common battlefield munitions like forty millimeter grenades into. An, aerial drop impact weapon and Furthermore how to modify commercially available drone something that could get off van Masan and shipped to Turkey or whatever into a killing machine now the the range of these drones generally is not really more than a mile that goes more than a. Mile than it's going off GPS at which, point you have to, know the precise location of where the bad guy is and then you you drop the munition. Well so this was Successful as a propaganda play. In Syria but really not much more it was an annoyance as the Iraqi army overran Mosul about a. Year ago, the guys. There in in, Mosul the ISIS guys they had several years to prepare for this they had an arsenal of hundreds of a cheap little drones the ones that you get, for less, than eighty bucks at target or you can get them on Alibaba Amazon and they had nothing but time to modify them and, also to teach, their man how to utilize them so the. Iraqis had a lot of men wounded a few even killed but it was really more of. An annoyance and anything else but it did produce some pretty spectacular video of for ISIS you got this video of Iraqi soldiers running around after the first one hit or when they heard overhead so anyway fast forward now in Israel the HAMAs terrorists have been using kites and, it cetera too Start. Forest fires have been using drones but these rarely authorities have, not been releasing this to. The media well the jig is up because now the Egyptians are seizing huge. Shipments of cheap drones at the HAMAs get Gaza, crossing point and so now Gaza have guys. In basements doing nothing but making drone bombs so the drone, is now the asymmetric weapon of the little guy the next step, of course is somebody in the US is, going to do this you know it because it's all over the web is easy to do and someone. Else's already redoing it so anyway that's your drone warfare update it's cheap. Is it effective it's goal is to terrorize so is it, effective yes it is is going to win a war no. All right when we come back in naval mystery from nineteen forty two the dark secret place continues right. After this, Brian in. Here to midnight, KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk Michael should pay with News Firefighters working on a brush fire that broke out this afternoon in fallbrook near the Riverside County. Line it has grown to at least two hundred twenty five. Acres it was first reported at about three ten this. Afternoon Cal fire, says roughly one hundred homes off Sandia creek drive are being a. Vacuum, waited the fires forward progress has apparently been. Stopped at this. Point a fire in Idyllwild is now said to be twenty nine percent contained thirteen thousand acres have. Burned five homes have been lost to the, flames and the man charged with starting the fire near Idyllwild and eight others has been charged with more than a dozen counts of. Arson he pleaded not guilty yesterday is being held on bail of more than three million. Dollars the man was arrested Wednesday afternoon shortly after the Cranston fire started fire burning near reading in chasta county has grown to eighty three thousand. Acres it's five percent contained five people have been. Killed five hundred and fifty homes and buildings have been. Destroyed a fire shelter in Shasta College has reached full capacity as well the evacuation centers housing five hundred people GM of the colleges fill with. Cots and American Red Cross volunteers are providing food water and. Medical and mental health services Alex stone says more evacuation. Orders may be, coming as the fire still growing about thirty eight thousand people are. Evacuated, and that number could continue to rise the. Fire is heading. South there are a number of communities that could be evacuated as the flames had that way three. Other shelters are still taking back you lease, federal judge has praised and panned the Trump administration for its efforts to return children to their illegal immigrant parents who were separated at. The border a judge in San Diego said yesterday the government gets credit for reunifying eighteen. Hundred kids with moms dads or sponsors but also says the administration needs to do a better job at reuniting more than four hundred children who. Are still separated because their parents were deported more. Deportations are on hold as the judge considers an ACL, you challenge more than thirty People. May have been killed after a bus carrying tourists plunged into a gorge in western India. Times of India, says, the bus carrying members of an agricultural university fell about five hundred feet after skidding off a mountain pass rescue teams are reporting that one. Passenger survived by, jumping out a window as the buffs fell traffic from your helpful socal. Honda traffic center crashed in, the mid city area on the ten. That's right it's going to. Be on the ten east at Vermont avenue crash now blocking the middle lane traffic is. Going to be jammed all the way. Over to national boulevard if you're traveling in the lesion park area the one ten southbound side from stadium way to sunset the right lane is shut down. For the end of the dodgers game, traffic's gonna be slow back to academy road in industry sixty east from fairway, drive to brag canyon the two right lanes going to be shut down for Catherine's work until seven AM traffic slows back to new gal street some good news for you in.

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Rescuers Search for Hundreds Missing After Laos Dam Collapse

Global News Podcast

03:04 min | 3 years ago

Rescuers Search for Hundreds Missing After Laos Dam Collapse

"In Greece, South Korea, sending an emergency relief team to Laos after a partially built dam collapsed on Monday, unleashing a wall of water that swamped nearby villages. The dam was part of a hydroelectric project involving South Korean, low, Asian, and Thai firms. Local officials, say, at least nineteen bodies have been recovered so far, but many. More people are feared to have died, thousands of lost their homes. Footage of the disaster show survivors huddled on the rooftops of their submerged houses. Waiting for help Sebastiana period runs a free ambulance and rescue service in Laos that specializes in extracting people from disaster areas. He told the BBC more about the number of people affected by the incident and some are impressive snore exactly how many people have been killed by the disaster was missing. Negar is talking about tons of people displaced and about two hundred people that are missing. I have young ingredient from the BBC's Vietnamese service for the latest news. What we heard from Boone haunt for Masan mail the enchant who talking to the press and according to him at least three hundred fifty, seven villages have been affected. So it looked. Clearly to me that the equation planned, why the government of Laos authored only twenty three villages to evacuate. It came very short of the numbers and now thousand asked in missing. So the South Korean government sent in because South Korea has a big stike in this protect alongside the tie and allows companies Hussein rescue team from South Korea, but it's made take them a few day to arrive because we know that flooding water steam rising and at least three thousand of the people are say in need of being rescued from rooftops, from trees from the forest. Some of them have bought it wouldn't vote to get to safety in at appel, province near Vietnam and what help is being provided as they wait for this other help to arrive. I think that we can see from Kelley from social media, retail. Oh, to be shed an in Vietnam and Thailand. People are clinging to treetops. They are waiting for their fellow Laotians come to rescue them. We hurt Vietnamese army because some of our military relate company are they're also sending people to help. But as we know, the province is the southernmost province of Laos and near compulsion. Vietnamese border is very difficult for rescue team to reach to everyone. So they are now searching the flood waters to see they can rescue the villagers from that gang ingredient from the BBC's Vietnamese service. Later in the podcast..

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