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"matai" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:52 min | Last month

"matai" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Space on himself. Nice little finish. The Post you've would have a couple more chances later on but in the end, they couldn't get own imports and second goal is it finishes then won a pace. Let's welcome gap Markazi into the show show we have you've took a lotta time to get going. Didn't they? In the end. They could only get that point. I. Look We saw the expected goals there. We saw that they they hit the crossbar twice the as they have the Barada. Goal disallowed. But I think what this shows you is that you know be local just stand there with a hard hat and a big men at work sign. Because, that's the reality of you right now. They're still learning what he wants them and look in normal circumstances if they had you know all the players of that that they're missing from. For Matai Select Shot Renaldo to to bondage, of course, came off injured. Then maybe you'd have moments of individual brilliance denied you through is you continue this learning process? They don't have that right now on top of that I thought they were a tiny bit unlucky tonight and they don't really really. Well, let's give it on a credit as well. There's another team out there. A team that finished in the top Cadillac season that's trying to stop you from scoring as well. So I'm not gonNA view this as disastrous as a no doubt. Some of my colleagues in the media, the gap that once again I'm GonNa ask you say, well, what happened if I got this result last season and you'll go it's completely different because payloads coming he's written a thesis he's changing everything. So you've got to give him time, but this is event and this event in a moment where it's three consecutive draws the. Game so.

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Ecuador Reaches Fuel Subsidy Deal To End Violent Protests

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Ecuador Reaches Fuel Subsidy Deal To End Violent Protests

"Twelve days of mass demonstrations force Ecuador's go government to reinstate fuel subsidies live from London this is the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service. I'm Victoria Creek Good morning two weeks ago Ecuador's president wrapped fuel subsidies as part of an International Monetary Fund loan program aimed at shoring up the struggling economy but as gas prices soared protests by indigenous people at the Capitol Kito to a standstill violence even forced the government to relocate its offices to a port city four hundred miles away the BBC's Matai Isabel is in Ecuador he explains what fueled the government's reversal if scared of the broadest deliver of violence that force the government to declare the state of Michigan theon bitten a few force the government as well the conversation today between the President and initiative leader was taking place in Kitale recommissioned agreement she will move the administration back to the capital city and indigenous groups. Eh compromise too if the capital city and go back to the areas I'm pretty sure the IMF will have a close is in the new decree remember now the negotiations are not over people need to go back to normal especially people in the capital city they are really fed up with broken Matai Isabel reporting from Ecuador there

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"matai" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"matai" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Matai it usually takes to move something cross. From that insight Spro, one of the biggest companies in the world today, employing over three hundred thousand people three hundred thousand. A team that powers businesses of all sizes and the occasional giant venture. We needed to find a partner that could transport the giant pandas from China to Canada also needed a partner that can shift, the bamboo which will be coming from the Memphis region. There's not many partners out there that can do all of that were very pleased that FedEx stepped up. Fedex did more than just step up. They emblazoned giant panda airplane and called it the panda express, when something absolutely positively has to get there. You call FedEx. But this idea may never have gotten off the ground. But for a family of entrepreneurs, but for a little old war Colby, at Phnom and but for a visionary young man. Fred smith. Frit Smith was born in nineteen forty four in marks Mississippi, a tiny town of about two thousand people. Do we the mighty Mississippi River? Fred's grandfather, captain James Buchanan, Smith was a master of steamboats along that river and the Ohio river, moving people and cargo up and down stream Fred's, father, James Frederick. Smith, also went by Fred. Realized that the rivers of water, connecting people, then would soon give way to rivers of asphalt and concrete. And so he began selling trucks in nearby Memphis for the John t Fisher Motor Company, one of the very first Chrysler, Sanchis nineteen twenty five Fred's father took a truck that his boss had given replaced its cargo area with seating for twelve and begin ferrymen material around would begin as a one man motor coach company turned into a twenty five car company by the second year. And by the end of the third year he had sixty coaches Fred's father, sold the company to greyhound in nineteen thirty one more than a dozen years before Fred was born, but before yo-, Fred could dream up ways to continue the family tradition of transportation, he had some other challenges. He had a rare childhood bone disease causing our rightous of the hip, which forced him to use crutches and watch sports from the sidelines his early. Years. Fred outgrew, the disease by the age of ten and became an excellent football player, even learned how to fly airplanes, as a fifteen year old. Over coming, so many obstacles, without one of the most important figures avoids life. And when we come back, more on the life of Fred Smith, the company he founded FedEx. It's a classic.

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"matai" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"matai" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Rocklin nice Bronx Manhattan, Saint Croix. Apple Mata matai. Lino? I like it. I like it a lot line. No lino. Is it line electrolytes? Mispronouncing once on TV in urine alley emailed me and said, hey, new guy. You can tell when somebody's new too. I mean, that's one of the things I bounced around a lot working in radio. So I go from state to state to state and one of the things I would do is get a list of all the cities back, then you didn't have the internet. No, I would have to just make my own list by hands and just go how do you pronounce this? Like, why is that you just really want to say ways? Etta right. There's so many shock apy Chicago Schick, how would you say that Chikurubi technically named after from what my realtor told me chief shock APAC? So listen, technically, it should probably be pronounced shock copay. But here we are. But you're the new guy. Okay. Get a lotta this. There was a movie called troll back in nineteen Eighty-six troll similar. Yes. It featured a character named Harry Potter who enters a magical world of witches and wizards Wayne core incident. That was eleven years before JK Rollings first, Harry Potter book, even came out. Really? So ask her about this get on the horn, right or cannot. Hi, thanks. Wow. Wait a second. Harry Potter junior, and Harry Potter senior are listed in the IMDB cast. Wait a second. Harry. Music for this to of course, rip off. You see when I do rip off? It says are you looking for shut up. Harry Potter rip off, Harry Potter, junior.

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"matai" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"matai" Discussed on Hard Factor

"So the mom either didn't read the sign or blatantly. Just lied and said that's all good, and then didn't pay attention to the kid that was small enough to fit through the thing because three year olds probably a little bit bigger and can't fit through the fucking bar. So this mom should probably go to jail. There bill. Everybody can finally relax knowing that. Elizabeth Warren will definitely be running for president in twenty twenty. So don't worry rule is the first of probably double digit number of candidates that will formally campaign for the democratic primary. There's just a lot of people who might run, but she's just alter eager. She's going to be the first one to let us all know that she's definitely running. So in case, you were worried that the girl who's claimed native American descent for preferential treatment over the course for entire career wouldn't apply for the most powerful job in the world. Don't worry. She definitely is going to apply for it. And she'll be running. Thank you think think she'll get a larger percentage of votes in the primary than she was percentage of native American. It's going to be close probably to a tough number to beat look in other news on Sunday, Alexandra black a young newly hired intern. Probably child was mauled to death by a lion named matai and animal center, North Carolina. Tough zoo week stuff was get black was cleaning the lines cage when the line who quote been locked into a separate holding enclosure somehow escaped and was out for blood personnel. Were unable to tranquillised matai said deputies police that came on the scene shot shoot and kill it to that blacks body could be retrieved because the line did really not wanna give it back. Yeah. Her kinda like this though. I kinda like knowing that the lion. The enclosure definitely would kill me. Yeah. God closures, so it's not. So it's not a fake robot lion. You wanted to be like, you know, an actual lion. I I wanted to I wanna know that there's some danger involved. I think when you go to the zoo as an adult and adult activity as you somebody who wasn't killed by a lion. Yeah. Exactly. Where your child at home? Look anyway, her family described the twenty two year old has an animal lover and claims she died following her passion, which was being wall to death by a lion during unpaid internship. Really? It's tough on. That is all right. Here's one isn't this better ending to this one in explosion presumed to have been caused by a gas leak and Magon Magon Tor Goss. I don't know how to say that one magazine for gore scrushy ah got destroyed an Arbed building over the weekend. But then on New Year's day, a ten month old baby boy was discovered inside the wreckage so the baby survived over thirty five hours in the rubble with temperatures averaging zero during the day and negative twenty at night..

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"matai" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"matai" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"On Tom Foty, less than a day before it becomes twenty nineteen twenty eighteen partial government shutdown keeps about a quarter of federal operations on funded in some cases, idle counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway says her boss hasn't spoken with democratic leadership, recently, and is open to other ideas. It really depends on what customs and border patrol says they need and they have said they need barriers. They need of the president says a wall. A Barry barriers. They need steel slats. They need technology enhancement and speaking of the administration's aim outgoing chief of staff John Kelly tells the LA times to be honest. It's not a wall explaining, quote, we left a solid concrete wall early on in administration when we asked people what they needed and where they needed it corresponded Errol Barnett related to the battle over the border. The recent that's of too young migrant children from Guatemala who died in US custody. As he tends to do President Trump blames his political opponents they in turn say things like this. The Trump administration bears blame to the extent that the buck stops at the top. And at the end of the day. You had to young innocent children die in American custody that should never occur that is New York democratic congressman Hakim Jeffries on ABC's this week in North Carolina. This name matai somehow got loose at a wildlife refuge and killed a young intern who had been working there for about two weeks conservative or center, director mini standard devastated today that we had an incident on our site that included the loss of life of one of the people who is working with our trained professional staff keepers. Her name, Alexandra black. She was twenty two years old from new Palestine, Indiana. A recent graduate of Indiana University with a degree in animal behaviour. The lion was shot to death with hours to go before the ball drops in Times Square to bring in a New Year's PD is quick to point.

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"matai" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"matai" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The two thousand eighteen partial government shutdown keeps about a quarter of federal operations on funded in some cases, idle counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway says her boss hasn't spoken with democratic leadership recently, and is open to other ideas. It really depends on what customs awarded patrol says they need and they have said they need barriers. They need the president says A wall. A Barry barriers. They need steel slats technology enhancement in speaking of the administration's aim outgoing chief of staff John Kelly tells the LA times to be honest. It's not a wall explaining, quote, we left a solid concrete wall early on any administration when we asked people what they needed and where they needed it or responded Errol Barnett related to the battle over the border. The recent that's of two young migrant children from Guatemala who died in US custody as he. He tends to do President Trump blames his political opponents. They in turn say things like this Trump administration bears blame to the extent that the buck stops at the top. And at the end of the day. You had to young innocent children die in American custody that should never occur that is New York democratic congressman Hakim Jeffries on ABC's this week in North Carolina. This y name matai somehow got loose at a wildlife refuge and killed a young intern who had been working there for about two weeks, conservative or centre director mini Stenner. Devastated today that we had an incident on our site that included the loss of life of one of the people who is working with our trained professional staff keepers. Her name, Alexandra black. She was twenty two years old from new Palestine, Indiana. A recent graduate of Indiana University with a degree in animal. Behaviour belying was shot to death with hours to go before the ball drops in Times Square to bring in New Year's white PD is quick to point.

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"matai" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"matai" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Tom forty less than a day before it becomes twenty nine team. The twenty eighteen partial government shutdown keeps about a quarter of federal operations on funded in some cases, idle counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway says her boss hasn't spoken with democratic leadership, recently, and is open to other ideas. It really depends on what customs and border patrol says they need and they have said they need barriers. They need the president says a wall. A Barry barriers need still slats. They need technology enhancement in. Speaking of the administration's aim outgoing chief of staff John Kelly tells the LA times to be honest. It's not a wall explaining, quote, we left a solid concrete wall early on in administration when we asked people what they needed and where they needed corresponded Errol Barnett related to the battle over the border. The recent that's of two young migrant children from Guatemala who died in US custody as he tends to do. President Trump blames his political opponents they in turn say things like this. The Trump administration bears blame to the extent that the buck stops at the top. And at the end of the day. You had to young innocent children die in American custody that should never occur that is New York democratic congressman Hakim Jeffries on ABC's this week in North Carolina. This unnamed matai somehow got loose at a wildlife refuge and killed a young intern who had been working there for about two weeks, conservative or centre director Minnie's dinners are devastated today. We had an incident on our site that included the loss of life of one of the people who is working with our trained professional staff keepers her name, Alexandra black. She was twenty two years old from new Palestine, Indiana. A recent graduate of Indiana University with a degree in animal behaviour. The lion was shot to death with hours to go before the ball drops in Times Square to bring in our New Year's NYPD is quick to point out that there are no specific.

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"matai" Discussed on Dari and Mel

Dari and Mel

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"matai" Discussed on Dari and Mel

"I haven't heard much of this. But I think it's a good debate. Let's say Texas beat Oklahoma. All right. So wipe them off the board. The committee is not respecting northwestern right now. Right. If indicated that with where they have matai, right? If in the assumption is of Georgia loses to Bama and OUB's, Texas. Oh use in on road with that. You agree. You agree with that? Well, see this is the caveat that I said Georgia to me is a really good Georgia plays Oklahoma to the liar. And it goes in Alabama if Alabama place Georgia and Georgia plays Alabama to the wire and Georgia loses by three or loses by six, but they want Toda toe with Alabama. I would say then it's a little trickier for Ohio State because Oklahoma loses the Texas and Ohio State wins big the all of a sudden discount, George I think they probably would. Because obviously the big ten champion for the second straight. You'll be kicking out and saying that you're not you're not gonna make it up. But I would have a tough time with taking Georgia and sitting there if you're talking about the best teams of Georgia says, hey, we played with Alabama. Yeah. He doesn't have to losses and Ohio say that's one that doesn't mean Ohio saints better. So if they're great grading the best teams, I would still put Georgia. In their don't if they would or not. And I think that's where you get the interesting debate one of the areas if Georgia loses. And Oklahoma loses and Ohio State wins. I think there is a big assumption that Ohio State gets in. But I don't know if that's if that's true. But because of the lack of respect that that that thirteen member committee has for northwestern, which is evidenced by where they have the Wildcats in their poll that is something I think we need to watch for. Well, here's what's going to be interesting to guard this Ohio State wins by three to seven. Okay. And it's a northwestern who they don't have a lot of respect for plays, Ohio State tough. And almost wins the game, but loses close one and Georgia loses by ten to Alabama is still enough for Ohio State to get in is that I don't know. I don't know that that's going to be tricky. And that's where. Is ways if I'm Ohio State, I'm going out, and and you already know this because this is an eight o'clock game. So when Ohio State plane, northwestern, they will have no what happened with Oklahoma. They will have known what happened with Alabama Georgia, and that will indicate and dictate what needs to happen there. Okay. Because if Alabama beach Georgia by fourteen to twenty one Georgia's not a factor for Ohio State, and if Alabama wins, we know it's Alabama. Clemson Notre Dame, so focal homo loses at noon, all high of state has to do. Then Dari is win the football game. Just win the game. And you're in if that's scenario played out if Georgia plays, Alabama, tough, Ohio, but loses Ohio state's gonna know. We got to win this game by a big margin. So how about this would? It's okay. Let's say Georgia beats Bama or Georgia loses by that three to seven margin to Bama and Oklahoma destroys Texas Georgia's in Okinawa Obama's, but. Yeah. Watch for north western to beat Ohio State. Oh, you're saying because they'll have got it completely deflated team who shot in a playoff is likely gone. Right. Yeah. That's with this Buckeye team. Would that surprise you one bit because I'll know I shot. Yeah. Exactly. I think you have to wait and see on the the key thing is Georgia Georgia is a team. We know as a ton of offense of talent defensively. Yeah. The Pash rush has been an issue. They can't they have not been able to get after the quarterback. They haven't been able to get interceptions. Okay. Their ninety ninth in terms of of getting after the quarterback interceptions one hundred ninth. Okay. They just they they don't get it us. Oh, cool to have trouble. If you can't pressure him. They don't have anybody. Dr entree Walker at six and a half sacks. Nobody else on that team has more than one and a half sacks. Russia. Yeah. So this isn't a team that had those great this does and Monte racist. Good, but he's not roquan Smith. So this Georgia defense are they going to be good enough?.

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"matai" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"matai" Discussed on Movie Crush

"So get on it fire. Tv. We'll do we'll do one more segment, and I'm going to skip knows holes for the weekend and give you break. And I'm going to do this is actually this is kind of interesting. This is a little crowd sourcing of movie crush ideas on future segments from you, all and let you sort of really truly run the show here on many crush. And I said we'll read them on the air. And then you and I will pick pick some of these for the future. So I need to know from you like, which one of these do you think we should do in the future? And we'll keep track of these in genuinely do these so Jordan Wheeler and also no if you submit for this, you can also get chided and have a say your idea stinks. Yeah. Okay. Of course is implicit in the whole interaction. Right. It'll be fun. Jordan. Wheeler says how about a segment where you try and badly. Explain the plot of a well-known movie or happens on the rag. It's like like our I have show. an episode. Yeah. You totally right. It's yeah. We should call it many crush. He says e g for Star Wars, you could say one family's constant drama and incessant religious fervor along with a good dollop of casual incest, leads to treason and the genocide of various native species. Now, that's pretty awesome. That's not how we do. It though. Try our best. That's good, Jordan. That is just what you wrote about Star Wars. That is very creative. They said dollop of incest, good, dollop of casual incest. That is good Jordan. I give you props for that. Yeah. We might use that. I don't know if I'm good enough to to write some point, though, we wouldn't do it like that. We would do it. How we do it. Well, sure be grasping at this plot gave us an example, which it was a good example. Yeah. But I think we I think we would know how to I like that everybody. Alright matai is Holtzman says this I don't know if this could be a segment, maybe, but I do like this. He said how many movies have their title within their dialogue? Like, the godfather someone actually says the godfather in that movie will there's actually says Star Wars. So there's this amazing YouTube collection with clips of movies where they make the movie end as soon as someone in the movie says the name of the movie could do you have an example that we play. Well, here's here's a here's to back to back. First one is drastic park in the second. One is Lord of the rings. You said you've got to see Rex. So you can. Dr. I don't. Jurassic? Thoughts. She'll be the fellowship of the..

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"matai" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"matai" Discussed on Small Doses

"Before this episode is over, I will have played my five favorite sexy time zones. Snippets of them so that you can just get a feeling of like, what? Let's man the mood. I'd like to make sure that everyone knows that this is not a commercial to dive in my DM's with what years? Actual palaces. However, it is more actually just like a nudge in the right direction for those or listening to say like, oh, maybe I'll include that into my sexual repertoire or maybe I should do that for others when involving my sexual repertoire. You know, I have lived a very full life. And Thus I can recognize greatness in all areas from arch shoe music. Two. This x.. Myself a. Was were for someone who pursues excellence in all areas. Now, of course, this is my podcast, so it's all about my point of view of this, so don't get me wrong. Everyone has their own point of view on what is great sex to them. This podcast episode is all about what is great sex to Amanda and perhaps can introduce you guys to some thoughts about how you can elevate your sexy time. To be sexy. Great. Sex takes your breath away. Great. Sex has daydreaming the highlight reel throughout your next day, create sex is like the time I asked my homeboy, what is good pussy feel like? And he said, good puts it field like home. However, this episode is all about great sex, and I have to remind you though the great sex contribute up, it can get you stuck and it can have you suffering from what I call s. t. s. sexually transmitted shoe, pity. All right, and I got a lot of folks who know what that means. Some dick whipped. Some dick matai is I call it sexually transmitted, should pity when all of a sudden because of the GS the great sex, you no longer can discern, is this good or should I put up with this or should I let this go? Yes. The shit that's happening outside of the great sex, if it's not good, let it go. But today for once we're just going to compartmentalize the enjoyment of some good old fashioned stroking. I think we should drop some gyms. I always feel like I could be a lot better about like my health and just managing the balance of nutrients and things I'm putting in my body. I'm always on the go. I'm always running around and I'm the kind of person where it's like it's five o'clock and I'm like, damn die each day. Now, because of that, I've been trying to be more conscious and that's what ritual comes in because ritual is really a healthy option for filling in the gaps in diet and checking the box every morning. Right? So it had vani benefits. It makes it hair skin nails better. It's only omega three that actually tastes good. I mean, when you open the bottle, you can actually smell like, oh, this is, and I mean, vitamin d and ritual the first vitamin I remember to take because I'm lacking by them and they make it so easy because you can just set it up to where it gets delivered to you every month. You don't gotta remember to go refill on your ritual. Also this very good. Women's specifically, right? It's vegan, it's sugar free. It's non GMO gluten free. It's free. It's all the freeze y'all. It's all the freaks. And like I say, like the mint, the mint scented, like in the bottle with the oil like it, just it just feels like, you know what? This Melville good. It must be good. And I think that's a real thing that we do in our minds like we have to decide that something is going to be good by how it smells. I know that's how I am. I've definitely turned out. Ooh. Now was scripture base..

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"matai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"matai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dwell on one issue. As tragic as the issue may be so my job was to create awareness of it and we have through the phone and to continue to advocate in conversations like. This. And in, other spaces to say that. They are people. That are injustices in need to be recognized and need to be remedied Much of a, debate is there about it in Kenya with this. Twentieth anniversary coming up unfortunately it's very, silent there's not much being said about it and I wish that there was. More and I think it's time to revisit it twenty years in still suffering because. I've just given a couple of examples which there on, numerous ones, another film you made is a documentary on the life of the late Nobel peace prize laureate Wangari matai he wanted for her environmental activism? Evokes tomatoes a short science fiction film called pussy do you believe you can straddle. Both genre documentary and. Fiction or do you feel, that your just kind of throw your resources behind one or the other no I think I'm a storyteller I'll also write books in. My time and I will hopefully direct theater in, my time I think stories come in different forms and sometimes they come in documentary form and sometimes they come in fictional form my job is just to be a a vessel for the story to come through And issues as the way that it comes through? Best, but I'm so grateful for. The stories that have been able to, tell meeting your hero in your lifetime is is. Unimaginable and the fact that I was able to make a story in a film about what Gary Matthias was truly. One of the what's what was the highlight of my career well your latest film Rafiki which means. Friend, in ki Swahili It's the first feature film to actually be shown at the Cannes film festival Is causing you a lot of trouble isn't is the coming of age story about two teenagers who all the daughters of two prominent politicians in Kenya who fall in love and, find that their identity is compromised. By conservative society that looks down on lesbian. Not before we talk about it let's just take a clip of the film Hi So you're going to do. Something Get a soda a soda So Of. Course. Thanks This is where? You, hang up yeah usually, hang, out, here black. STAN.

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"matai" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"matai" Discussed on Here & Now

"Great news from thailand today members of the wild board soccer team are safe the twelve boys in their soccer coach have all been freed from cave complex where they've been trap since june twenty third they're seventeen day ordeal is now over the bbc's dan johnson is in thailand outside the cave and dan there must be enormous relief there as the diving mission comes to an end the relief has absolutely washed across everyone here who's been waiting for news the tension of the last two weeks all the stress that's built when it was all broken away in last as these i'm violences pulled away from the entrance to the cave with their lights flashing each one a signal that another boy was on his way to hospital the of the boys was safe when the thirteenth left we knew the whole group of being brought out alive and safe and they were on their way to hospital to be checked tova to be treated unto begin recovering from this bizarre ordeal that they have endured for seventeen eighteen days now this is gone on on and it looked at different stages like it may not have the happy conclusion that we're now able to report so that's relief there is joy there is celebration hit the rescue workers the volunteers still leaving the cave and that cheering as they do it and what an they say is what a great team effort to put together this rescue plan to carry it out to bring those thirteen people to the surface alive do you know how they manage to accomplish this as you said it was a real team effort getting all the boys and the coach out safely within just a matter of a few days i think it'll take some time to get a full appreciation of exactly how this was done the story will be told and retold i'm sure the remorse of the dive team coming out now you may be able to celebrations people cheering because they know what a difficult task this was what complex rescue mission the challenge was immense the conditions were so tough this puzzle absolutely impossible to solve whichever way they looked at getting those boys out there was danger that would downsides there were difficulties in reasons why would not succeed they settled on this planet of teaching the boys to scuba dive so that they could be taken out out through the water through the flooded caves to the entrance to safety but that is an amazing achievement in just a few days to have taught some of these boys who couldn't even swim to carry out one of the most complex dives in the difficult world of cave diving when none of them even won't scuba diving equipment before is an achievement that cannot be overstated really it's a fantastic team effort it's an achievement of human endeavor over the numerous challenges that nature just seem to keep laying down in the face of this rescue team but that determination that skill that hard work on the strength of those boys as all paid off with from tustin result today just a ration of how dangerous the mission was there was a tight navy seal diver who died during the rescue the only casualty as for the boys as for their coach they are in the hospital as you said to what is the word on their health well let's spare moment for the family of someone guman he's a full matai navy daiva who came back here volunteered his services because he knew he had the skills only thirty eight years old but he was positively supplying this rescue operation bringing fresh at times to the cave where the boys were stranded and he lost his life returning from the cave that's how difficult this was the boys themselves all in hospital now all getting treatment and we had today from medics who caring for the state that were rescued over the last two days giving what they've been remarkably well they're not really nice elation the boys families have seen them but they haven't been able to be physically reunited they haven't had that embrace not hope that presumably they would have been absolutely dying for over the last eighteen days but that will come hopefully soon and then the rest of their recovery they're expected to spend at least a week in hospital and who knows how much long it will take for them to get over this but at the moment the focus is on the celebration and the respect for everyone involved in the rescue operation brought him out safely bbc's johnson in thailand outside the key for all twelve boys.

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"matai" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"matai" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Version alabama matai something else to it so what i what my hope is is this let me just be honest with you i'm a tie i completed a book this weekend all right so i'm getting everything straight with the book getting the design the graphic design and all this other stuff i'm only going to sell a book for ten dollars all right if we can do five thousand sales in a month we become a new york times bestseller i'm hoping you guys will buy the book but this is the reason i'm talking about the book because i'm gonna take the proceeds from the book and pay for you all lodging who wants to come to the virgin allah so i'm gonna take the money this made on the book and give it back to y'all so y'all can come together and be that you would only have to get a flight out will take care of the law and that's that's my that's my dream that's my hope so that everybody can come to make it less expensive everybody to try to get down there so we all can get into saint place and strategize and put some things together now the reason why i want to do that is because of what happened in chicago all right when they shut down the dan ryan and everybody who's never been to chicago the dan ryan is is the freeway that runs through basically the south side of chicago all the way downtown and the sell side is predominantly black area that they should down is the predominantly black areas sixty seven to seventy nine street area now why are plot people in chicago coming together against violence to me it was a waste of march and let me say why i'm saying it this way it was the wasted march because it didn't affect the money in chicago it didn't affect city hall in chicago okay ineffective joe tax dollars because you had to pay for these policemen and everybody else who participated but the people who really get the money to put resources in our communities to put opportunities in our community those people live on the gold coast or in the south loop area or directly downtown and so the while the march is commendable it wasn't smart see this is i did this on social media this weekend i said look you know a lot of y'all fellow realized that the civil rights movement while it was a very good thing it really didn't give us anything gave us consumerism eating give us equality because the reality of it is in order to have equality you gotta have equity we don't have equity in the example that i give on this all the time for poor people all across this country is simply this if i'm six to five and i'm trying to see over a six four fence and you are too we standing sidebyside if they give me three inches i can set a three inch box i can see over the fence they give you the same three inch box you still can't see but they can claim your equal equality i gave you the same thing everybody else get even though giving you that did not help you at all you needed equity equity is the difference in what you need to get up to six five compared to being equal to somebody else who six two even dr king in his last days talked about how the civil rights movement did not accomplish what they thought it was going to accomplish and it was based on the equity position so i wanna talk about this march and a sense of how it was a good thing but what needs to happen next and i kept asking everybody this is fantastic thing what's the next move people oh you hate no no no i'm not hate know anybody that's the other thing this because somebody questions why this why what's the next step does not hating this asking a legitimate question yo okay this is good what happens after this are we doing.

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Thai soccer team cave rescue: the boys are running low on oxygen

News, Traffic and Weather

02:45 min | 2 years ago

Thai soccer team cave rescue: the boys are running low on oxygen

"The flames from jumping the interstate cars just feet away east of los angeles planes and choppers swooping in to douse flames spreading fast in two hundred ninety degree heat in northern california near the oregon border the situation turning deadly officials say one person died in a wildfire that exploded overnight to eight thousand acres colorado crews still battling to get an upper hand on a fire north of aspen burned three homes to the ground or clayton sandell spoke to one family there who lost thirty two years worth of memories at twelve thirty you could still see the lights on in the house when i came back at five thirty this morning across the west dry hot conditions could mean a long road ahead for firefighters maybe she's well car reporting teams in thailand as jasper rescue the twelve boys ner soccer coach trapped in that cave may have a plan to free them meanwhile oxygen supplies are dwindling with so many people in that cave as well abc's james longman has been following this story all week the time for waiting is over originally ruled out his too dangerous rescue is now believe they may have no choice but to dive the boys through the maze of flooded passageways the new danger oxygen levels in that cave posing a significant threat to the survival officials say there is a limited amount of time to get the boys and that coach out with flooding rains closing in thai navy seals proposed use a buddy dive system guiding them on that treacherous journey nearly three miles to the mouth of the cave extended distances a completely underwater the risky open could begin in the next twenty four hours according to an internal us government report obtained by abc news the us parts of the international effort on the ground the death of a full matai navy seal a stark reminder of the perils they'll face 38yearolds gounon losing consciousness on a return die from where the boys stranded could not be revived a military transport draped in white and black ribbon carrying his body to the airport but many now also if the trip claimed the life of a skill diver to the boys the youngest just eleven stand any chance the seal death sent shockwaves through the camp and it's really made everyone thinks about getting those boys out as quick as possible imagine how much more rain will fall and how much more water could seep into those caves officials say they've been learning to breathe underwater plan b drill through the solid rock to reach the voice from above teams have tried more than one hundred holes but have not yet found a way to get to them the boys have been underground for two weeks that parents sending them letters inside the cave desperately waiting for their safe return perhaps you notice what the holiday this past week gas.

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"matai" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"matai" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Of sexually abusing a teenager fifty years ago while he was a priest in new york in two thousand and two he spoke at the vatican about removing abusive priests from power probably the beginning of a real consensus that from here on in there is no place in the freezer someone who would do such a thing we get more details on karna mechanics removal from wcbs reporter rich lamb in new york the accusation arrived at the new york archdiocese and was turned over to law enforcement authorities it was then investigated by an independent forensic agency the new york archdiocese informs mccarrick of the allegation and says he cooperated fully while maintaining his innocence the results were forwarded to the archdiocese in review board it found the allegations credible and substantiated the newark archdiocese said it has never received an act that cardinal mccarrick abused a minor but it does say it in the diocese of matai received three allegations of sexual misconduct with adults decades ago two of which resulted in settlements tim lennon is president of the survivors network of those abused by priests issues with him going back to two thousand three with him opposing disclosure of child sex abuse and then in two thousand and six when he was opposing to start reforming the statute of limitations mckarrick says he has absolutely no recollection of this reported abuse and believes in his innocence but says he's sorry for the pain the person who brought the charges has gone through as well as for the scandals such charges caused the faithful with report on religion fred bottom our news radio wpbsa is home but the bears touchdown a new coach a new era in two thousand eighteen catch every exciting moment from training camp to the end of the sea.

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Baseball, Rangers and Miller discussed on Tony Paige

Tony Paige

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Baseball, Rangers and Miller discussed on Tony Paige

"No for multiple bluejays closer roberto soon as suspended seventy five games by major league baseball for violating domestic violence policy nhl draft rangers with three picks in the first round the tally kratz off ninth over all along with a pair of defenseman countering miller and niles lundquist islanders with two picks oliver wallstrom eleven defenseman no adopts in twelfth devils went defense matai smith seventeenth overall world cup brazil costa rica to nil switzerland doubled serbia to one while nigeria shuttered iceland you nothing goth toronto.

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"matai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"matai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Members powering of my family electric and vehicles destroyed my home and i'm destroyed john my business i'm the general manager for prospect resources zimbabwe and this is a plant in the bertrand that's reassuring you around brooke it looks a little bit like chunks of new god that's all i can think of to to liken it to their does actually the rock is called peg matai they go into the other nova hip in the oven just mind yourself it's hot so we've got a break up in here and it's red hot and i can feel about hate coming onto my face is been calcined the thousand one hundred degrees celsius and during that person the minerals in the or converted into mineral which is more meaningful to the next stage of the person that process is made up of a complex series of steps all specifically designed to remove impurities from the lithium all the toms out of the ground as well as roasting the rocket eleven hundred degrees celsius the concentrates are mixed with acid and washed and built it to remove any trace elements the end result is a very fine white powder battery grade lithium carbonate the reason we need to produce such pure lithium covenant is the battery producers which are mostly in china for example they gigafactory being built in california they require a source of lithium that doesn't contain other elements particularly base metals such as nickel copper calcium magnesium potassium those have a negative fit on the production of lithium batteries lithium carbonate plant is up and running this fine powder is what you're going to be sending onto the manufacturers that make car batteries for electric vehicles.

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"matai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"matai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I think that's that's one that's very valuable but i think when it gets to like more american ideals they'd be like no that's wrong absolutely rauner horrible you're going to go to hell leg you know there's just no coming back from that man and i think that's where they start getting more judgmental but you know severe had some advice for kids who are trying to breach this divide with their parents be calm and understanding in your conversations with them and advice for parents from her try just hanging out with your kid and listening to them like ask them about their day or try to become more friendly with them and try to build licht the small connection and start small and eventually that connection will grow and doc bond will get bigger and you can get to that big stuff that you really need to talk about severe recently decided to make the first move and start small with her owned mom after having these talks at the alliance and they're not talking about sex just yet it's you know little things like crushes but she definitely thinks they're getting closer joann matai us a 22yearold from rosedale queens told me she hasn't managed to cross at divide yet with her mom who's from haiti and it's hard because she said of course she doesn't want to be disrespectful but she does wish she could go back and redo some of those early pivotal conversations about sex which mostly involved her mom warning her against getting pregnant i know she cares but if i have the overly saloh now devil is at low when i go this way were they do it another way i'm gonna sit down with you and route really gonna talk about this set of just trying to scare me but now joannes decided to take on that role for her younger brother whose fifteen you don't try to sought him about sex because i know my parents aren't going to be for him so um tells that go in her those conversations it's cringe it's definitely cringe eu but for you ever have i think for the both of us because that's why maybe brother abdel really one of britian hindu yvette but he needs to be safe where he ceos has he was like oh i don't wanna talk he was like so square ms now i fully used more he wants to.

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"matai" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"matai" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"That's my entire crew and cast but um when we made the movie uh you know we were shooting in serbia and we had a very strict limitation on how many people we can bring to the from the states or even from london so we literally ran out of englishspeaking serbian people actors to be in the film so we need in it guy and i couldn't have a guy who's like well my servers are down y'all deuba 300 in not like i needed i needed someone who's going to be that typical american jewish bag and i can only think of one person owed vaguely aware totally out of necessity it was fine i'll do it it really wasn't excuse to just hang out with my two favorite people in the world steven in samara and also have a great porn stash on film all right so so let me let me ask the the first of the former well guess what how did the script come so as its matai screw so wrote the script so how did this come to you we know that that you'll at seeing you want to win the script landed on my desk right rose times no one has a desk open sorry boobs one has again save if you can't say a dj their word for a long battle after you've seen about five hundred of the fbi was happening in the exact i think i've top donna the day of the dead for the amount of up arms but when when i got this script i was literally it literally landed on my desk in a cubicle in a corporate job that's exactly what happened i was working way during the equator debts insane twoway when did this when did it happened like when did the script actually come on joe you know that the days element deals on residual oils and you know three projects right now those are all gone like and i'm a working class filmmaker and this is more a hobby than it is something that i can sustain myself so you know when i have these productions i treat them like it's like heaven it's like summer camp it's like but the way that the.

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