35 Burst results for "Middle Way"

D.C. Leaders Consider Whether to Keep Police in Schools

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

D.C. Leaders Consider Whether to Keep Police in Schools

"Public is speaking out about the presence of police officers in D C. Public schools and district leaders are listening. D. C. Police Reform Commission's recommendation of eliminating the school safety division is wrong. Eastern High School Assistant principal Benjamin Davis shared the story of a student who's freshman year at the school was turned around when she saw her school resource officers from middle school and they sat mediations with her and took an interest in our life. From her success. The young lady that I'm speaking of has not missed a day of classes toward a teacher, Mary Bala testified. All police should be removed from schools. Having police presence in house does not facilitate de escalation or foster a safe learning space. The CPS oversees the school Resource officer program. Lindsay Walton, with the council chairman's office says it remains to be seen if any council members create legislation based on issues raises the public hearing.

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Should the Bruins Be Concerned About Their Current Third Line?

Poke the Bear

01:24 min | 1 d ago

Should the Bruins Be Concerned About Their Current Third Line?

"Fairly obvious one has to be that third line, right? I mean, that's the line that where you've got your top six clicking very well right. Now, you got them drawing a lot of these matchups, Ideally you would think that a third line where you have coil in the middle that you guys that were top six guys prior to this that have a top-six talent and Nick rejected price. You saw them further down the line up against easier matchups. You'd imagine the goals would come right or you would at least get more consistent production where they're afforded those those easier looks and so far that really hasn't happened now granted this been they've had some chances right? I think the rules in seven shots on goal during Tuesday's win over Buffalo, especially last week. They had a couple of really good grade eight looks and just did not pan out. So there's been chances but it also it's been kind of choice between right. They're getting a whole ton of offensive zone time and not having much to show for it in terms of tangible production. So that's the line. I think you definitely need to get wrong. I mean we've we've talked about this for years now right of you know, how good this lineup can be when you've got that third line really clicking as you saw on the 2019 postseason, so they have to wear may be shuffling those guys up or just sticking with and hoping they break through they gotta correct that and then the other one I'd say just fixing on top power-play unit which

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Did Australia Get Its Vaccine Strategy Right?

Drive with Rafael Epstein

02:17 min | 2 d ago

Did Australia Get Its Vaccine Strategy Right?

"Government government was was thinking thinking about about spending spending as as much much as as $130 billion on job caper. Turns out they did not end up needing to spend that much by the parameters they had set themselves. But in that context $130 billion. It's a massive program never spent that much. At the same time in the middle of last year. There are obviously contemplating how much to spend on a vaccine. We end up spending about $3.3 billion right now, we don't have the vaccines that we would like to have in the rollout has Bean slowed. Is this hindsight? Or is it pertinent criticism during government today Announcing $50 million a lot less 50 million, as opposed to billions to help potentially make an Emory in a vaccine here. We didn't spend money on making those here. Last year. In announcing that money today, the acting premier James Molina, was pretty pointed He was essentially saying the federal government should have done this 12 months ago. Side said. I'm very placed two unanswered. The injuries government will be providing $50 million to kick start the establishment off on shore manufacturing off Marina vaccine right here in Victoria. 12 months ago would have been the best time to have done this. The next best time is right now. Right now, we need to do this. This time would have been 12 months ago, according to the state labor government. We picked four vaccines. One of them fell over. That was the one of the University of Queensland. We picked one to make here. That was the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine. That's kind of you, mate and he's being made by CSL. Should we have been preparing to make another one here? The government argues that the CSL vaccine the one they're going to make the Oxford AstraZeneca was further down the line. It had been used our bit. It's on the basis. It's technology is the basis for any bowl of accent. I think it's technology has also been used. To vaccinate wild animals against righties. The federal government's argument has always been that the Marine a vaccines like flies is one he's and was more experimental. They'd wait the

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Carolina tops Lightning 4-1, tied atop Central Division

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Carolina tops Lightning 4-1, tied atop Central Division

"Nino Niederreiter Jordan Stalin Steven Lorentz scored second period goals to lead the hurricanes to a four one victory over the lightning the game was scoreless until Niederreiter install scored twenty five seconds apart midway through the middle period Alex the delicate which stopped twenty six shots for the victory allowing only a goal by breaking point will most likely have to go through these guys in one way or the other come playoff time so anytime you can kind of like you know being a little bit and at least I think we even up the series was among the year gone and that way you know we have been on on the conference so we can hang with these guys are great that's Leschi finished with thirty two saves for the bulls who are three points behind the Panthers and hurricanes for the central division lead with ten games remaining I'm Dave Ferrie

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UEFA President Urges Super League Owners to Reverse Decision

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

UEFA President Urges Super League Owners to Reverse Decision

"In a direct appeal to the owners of the British clubs in the super league project we wait for president Alexander Ceferin asks them to come back from the precipice some would say it is greed others disdain and arrogance frequency or complete ignorance of England's football culture but actually doesn't matter what matters is that there is still time to change your mind everyone makes mistakes Shiffrin husband could yield and criticized the six club English group made up of American billionaire has Middle East royalty and the Russian oligarch I'm Charles the last month

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PwC's Chair: Business Leader's Role in America's Racial Reckoning

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

01:42 min | 3 d ago

PwC's Chair: Business Leader's Role in America's Racial Reckoning

"Afternoon. I'm trying to think k. Part opinion writer for the washington post. Welcome to washington post live or another installment in our series race in america. Business leaders are becoming more and more vocal on social and political issues and nothing exemplifies that better than the rising opposition to voter restrictions across the country just yesterday in a two page ad right smack in the middle of the washington. Post the new york times and the wall street journal. A who's who of corporate america philanthropy and hollywood declared quote. We stand for democracy. One of those signatories is with us. Today tim ryan. Us chair and senior partner of pw c. u. s. mr ryan. Welcome to washington. Post live and he's jonathan. Thanks it's great to be with you today. Thank you so on april. First you you said. We oppose any changes in election. Laws that result in suppressing law lawful votes especially given their historical use to suppress boats of color. That was april first. Why take such a stand the jonathan because it's important one of the things that business leaders need is. We need certainty. We need a strong democracy. We want people to work in our country invest in our country and we know that democracy is one of the biggest strengths that we have. It's important for us to during the weekend to make this economy strong at one of the things that make makes this economy. Strong is democracy wherever single person regardless where they come whether they're rich or poor with her black white. They had the ability to vote in our country. And if that's important that we need to speak out let people know about it

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Brandon Wolf: The Pulse Survivor Is Optimistic About Gun Reform

LGBTQ&A

02:13 min | 3 d ago

Brandon Wolf: The Pulse Survivor Is Optimistic About Gun Reform

"Week. I can think of no better person to hear from than brandon. Wolff brandon is the survivor of the pulse nightclub shooting and since then has become one of the most visible and vocal activists in our community fighting from gun reform so on today's episode. We're going to do things a bit differently. We're going to revisit an earlier conversation with brandon originally aired on a luminary app. Just a heads up. He does she were few details about the actual shooting at polls. If you'd rather not hear that kind of thing you can scroll head about five minutes but before we do here that i we're gonna call brennan up to check in what he's been doing since we last spoke. Hello hey brandon jeffrey masters. Hey jeffrey how are you. I don't k- i think. Just okay how about you. I'm hanging in there. You know it is There's a lot going on some progress. Being made some challenges. But i'm hanging in there. Thanks you said there's a lot going on and on the morning that we're taping this just for context for everybody this week. We've been in the middle of the derek chauvin trial for the killing of george floyd of you days ago dante. Right twenty year old was killed at a traffic stop last night. Video was released of adam toledo thirteen year old shot in chicago. And this morning we learned about a shooting at a fedex. Facility in indianapolis eight were killed there and seven were injured on top of all of that. Is this epidemic of violence against trans people. Most recently to trans women in north carolina. My home state were killed. Jada peterson and one still unnamed. That makes fourteen trans people that we know of that have been killed just this year. That is almost one a week so when we talk about going numb is that unavoidable for self-preservation or is there a better way to look at it. Well i think it's a great question. And i appreciate you sort of laying it out like that because we're just talking about the things that that are happening right now in this moment really in the last week or two right but this is sort of a drumbeat of violence that is pervasive in american

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Amazon Cancels 'Lord of the Rings' Massive Multiplayer Online Game

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:25 sec | 3 d ago

Amazon Cancels 'Lord of the Rings' Massive Multiplayer Online Game

"Shelling out an epic $465 million for season one of its Lord of the Rings TV adaptation. Cos. Games unit is canceled plans to send players to Middle earth, Amazon and ink to deal to develop the game with Leo Technologies, a Hong Kong based games company. But after Chinese conglomerate 10 Cent acquired the Hong Kong company in December, Amazon intense scent failed to reach a deal on revised contract terms for the Lord of the Rings game.

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Can We Learn to Talk to Sperm Whales?

TED Talks Daily

01:59 min | 3 d ago

Can We Learn to Talk to Sperm Whales?

"You're about to hear the sounds of the largest tooth predator on the planet and animal bigger than a school bus with perhaps the most sophisticated form of communication. It has ever existed. These are the sounds of the mighty sperm whale. A fellow memo that can die of almost a mile hold its breath for more than an hour and lives in these amazingly complex major societies these clicks. You heard homepod us are just the facet of what we know of their communication. We know these animals are communicating. We just don't yet know what they're saying. Project said he aims to find out over the next five years our team of specialists for bodices linguists and marine biologists aim to use the most cutting edge technologies to make contact with another species and hopefully communicate back. We believe that by listening deeply to nature. We can change our perspective of ourselves and reshape our relationship with on life on this planet. This of course seems like an impossible goal. People been trying to make contact with other animals for hundreds of years. How could we do what others could not especially given that. I'm sitting here on my couch. In new york city in the middle of the pandemic and protests. I spent the last twenty years as marine biologist and oceanographer setting bution from all different perspectives from microbes to sharks. I've assembled interdisciplinary teams. That have built the first shark. I camera to see the world from a sharks perspective and of collaborated with engineers to design robots so gentle. They don't even stress a

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interview With Susan Schmitt Winchester, Applied Materials

Work Inspired - A BOS Podcast

01:20 min | 4 d ago

interview With Susan Schmitt Winchester, Applied Materials

"Susan thank you so much for being on the show today so excited to speak with you. Know we've got a lot to talk about the thank you so much you're busy and your time is very valuable so thanks. Thanks for dedicating some of it to our show journey so much honored to be here. Well let's start because we've got a couple of things to discuss. I wanna i wanna talk a little bit about the work that you're doing at applied materials. And then i and then i. You've got an exciting book coming out so a little bit of a two part episode here. But why don't you start by just giving our listeners. A little bit of a on your professional career kind of leading up to what. You're doing now sure i'd be happy to george. Thank you so. I have worked in human resources or now thirty three plus years. I joke with my friends and family that my middle name is. I love the profession very fortunate to have been able to work in a number of fortune. Five hundred companies I've served as head of hr to those companies now for over fourteen years and currently head of hr for a company called applied materials. Were seventeen billion dollar company based in silicon valley and the semiconductor industry is hot. Hot hot Very exciting so yeah. I've i've worked in. Hr all those years. I worked at pretty much every job of hr and i love. I love the work.

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Non-Profit Provides College, Career and Life Readiness Programs to Under-Served Communities

Weekend Edition Sunday

02:00 min | 4 d ago

Non-Profit Provides College, Career and Life Readiness Programs to Under-Served Communities

"Recognized nonprofit, providing college career and life readiness programs to middle and high schoolers in underserved communities, with a little more than a month month and a half to go until the end of the school year. And with educators worried about the cove in 19 slide, I wanted to focus again this week on organizations doing what they can tow list students up here in North Texas and to bridge the gap when it comes to education, inequities and education is freedom is one such nonprofit? Marsha Thank you so much for being on the program today. You're welcome. I love the name. Education is freedom. It really says it all. Marcia, What do you want people to know about the work that education is freedom does well, really. What I want people to know Is that the work that we do absolutely impact. The like the students and family that the fact that we become face to face with students and we work with them and small groups, one on one And we help them complete all their college applications. Their financial aid forms do resumes and the workforce in life readiness training that these types of activities absolutely helped to change the trajectory and the lives of students. How has the cove in 19 pandemic affected the work that you do? And how did you pivot to make sure that you were still able to help the students that you serve? Well, that's very, very interesting. The good news and it is that we are small enough yet big enough flexible and agile enough that we were able to pivot pretty quickly. Actually, we got the news just as the school district's. They're getting ready to go on spring break, And so we worked the whole spring break, and by the time they came back the Monday afterward we had created Hybrid advising model

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The Royal Family Celebrates Prince Philips Life

The HeirPod

02:29 min | 5 d ago

The Royal Family Celebrates Prince Philips Life

"Welcome back to the airport on a day. That has been one for the royal history books. The duke of edinburgh has laid to rest after what was very intimate funeral. It's george's chapel windsor. Castle a with maggie with both at the end of what has been i would say a somewhat emotional day. Wouldn't you yeah. You know i was surprised. How much hit me. Sometimes because you know we've been covering this now for eight days right since. The death was first announced last friday all week. Long we've been hearing amazing tributes talking to people across the country following the story but for some reason today all came together and the most emotional moment was just seeing the family and it really struck me in the middle of it probably. I think when we saw the queen. Especially i mean it's hard not to get choked up a bit and just feel that heartbreak when you see the queen without fill up by her side knows what she's going through. So i totally agree. Definitely be more today than i was anticipating. The funeral of course was a day. That was prince. Phillip was heavily involved in the plans for a meticulous planner. And i think we kind of saw the fruits of fat today. Despite the fact that we had what was a very cova safe funeral following government guidelines. Any thirty mourners inside george's chapel. It felt like it had this. Show the pump the circumstance over royal events of family moments. There were more than seven hundred thirty members of the armed forces taking part in. It's somewhere across the grounds of the windsor estate. And i think that that lent to a very sort of grand sendoff for the of edinburgh despite inside the chapel it being so bad down and very minimalist in a way you know this was a that. Did not have a eulogy simply. We heard a lot from the archbishop of canterbury the windsor paid his own tribute to prince. Philip is. Kindness is humor and humanity throughout the ceremony. But as you say. I think that image of the queen seated alone in hama sc socially distance from other family members was was one that remains i think in the minds of many as we come to what has been a day of mourning for the entire country.

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UK Royal Funeral: Prince Philip Laid to Rest in Windsor

The HeirPod

01:47 min | 5 d ago

UK Royal Funeral: Prince Philip Laid to Rest in Windsor

"On a day. That has been one for the royal history books. The duke of edinburgh has laid to rest after what was very intimate funeral. It's george's chapel windsor. Castle a with maggie with both at the end of what has been i would say a somewhat emotional day. Wouldn't you yeah. You know i was surprised. How much hit me. Sometimes because you know we've been covering this now for eight days right since. The death was first announced last friday all week. Long we've been hearing amazing tributes talking to people across the country following the story but for some reason today all came together and the most emotional moment was just seeing the family and it really struck me in the middle of it probably. I think when we saw the queen. Especially i mean it's hard not to get choked up a bit and just feel that heartbreak when you see the queen without fill up by her side knows what she's going through. So i totally agree. Definitely be more today than i was anticipating. The funeral of course was a day. That was prince. Phillip was heavily involved in the plans for a meticulous planner. And i think we kind of saw the fruits of fat today. Despite the fact that we had what was a very cova safe funeral following government guidelines. Any thirty mourners inside george's chapel. It felt like it had this. Show the pump the circumstance over royal events of family moments. There were more than seven hundred thirty members of the armed forces taking part in. It's somewhere across the grounds of the windsor estate. And i think that that lent to a very sort of grand sendoff for the of edinburgh

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Jimmy Boeheim Transferring to Join Dad, Brother at Syracuse for Final Season

SportsCenter All Night

01:29 min | 6 d ago

Jimmy Boeheim Transferring to Join Dad, Brother at Syracuse for Final Season

"Jimmy, behind son of Jim Boeheim and brother of Buddy Boeheim will be joining his dad and brother and Syracuse Orange next season. After not playing this past season at Cornell, due to the Ivy League, not having a season, he thought it was time to return to what he called home. Here is his brother on how it came about. Once you started, the season came and their season was canceled and just based off this season and performance he had last year averaging close to 17 a game. 67 rebounds really improved and This summer. I just realized that you got a lot better and he could. He could help us. I thought even this year, but he was ready to the point of this level. And me and my dad kind of talked about here and they're just saying what he could do for us, and I think middle of this year he kind of had his mind up that he was going to come here and it was just Excitement, and I think he just can't wait to get here and get playing. But when people talked, you know about you around your dad's program. No one said like he was the coach's kid. Everyone said you were just another guy and that you're coaching your dad made you work like everyone else. How do you think that helped you develop under him? And how do you think that's gonna help your brother? I think it helped a lot right from the start. I told him this streaming like everyone else. I'd yell at me when I make a mistake, And obviously he's often coach so I know he's going to do just that. I don't have to tell him anything, and he knows what more Evades me how to motivate me, and he knows I'm gonna work as hard as I can. No matter what. So Jimmy's the same way he works just as hard. He's got that great mindset. He's tough, and he's gonna be ready to work from

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Reem Kassis: The Arabesque Table

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:05 min | 6 d ago

Reem Kassis: The Arabesque Table

"Palestinian rights ream cusses released her debut cookbook palestinian table in two thousand seventeen four much critical acclaim now cast is is back with her second book. The arabesque table contemporary recipes from the arab world the released takes a broader look at contemporary cooking across the arab world emphasizing. How much different countries. Sharon have influence on each other. I spoke to causes a bit earlier on. She started by explaining. Why choosing the name for the book too long then writing it. I submitted my second manuscript drafts without a title for the book but in hindsight is actually a blessing more than anything because the name derived as a result of the experience of writing. And what i learned along the way and the reason we chose. The arabesque table is arabesque. As you might already know is an intertwined hatter or design that is recognized and islamic arabic art and what i wanted to convey with. The book was at cuisine. Similar to this artistic pattern that inspired the title is inherently also infinitely intertwined and more beautiful as a result in addition to that though i mean we were trying to get a name that conveyed what the food was and to call it. The arab table would not necessarily have been accurate because there were a lot of dishes inside. That were inspired by other cuisines intersection of those cuisines. So arabesque conveyed both of those things. You know the intersection at the same time. The idea that it is not purely one regional kind of cooking in the book but tell me more about the approach you took when you were working on this book you say that you wanted to celebrate the evolution of middle eastern cuisine. One thing i specified in the book is the whole idea of the term. Middle east doesn't convey accurately the cuisine of our region because middle east is simply a term for a region that was between the british empire's easternmost colony of india and europe and what really ties. The cuisine of region together is it's being arab and it's acculturation under arab and islamic

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Brooklyn Born Skeery Eats Pizza With a Fork and Knife

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Brooklyn Born Skeery Eats Pizza With a Fork and Knife

"Way pizza. What a fucking knife fucking knife and get dead to me okay. You don't eat pizza fork and a knife i. I'm just as much as you want a straw just because what you does just because you're yelling doesn't make you right. Just because you're louder does not make you write a whisper. Who who do you think you are. What are you what are you. What are you from the great state of wyoming. He'll eat pizza that way okay. See that's a quarterback off. You know what. I was referencing. Yes yes you don't if it's so big if it's such a massive slice you have to cut it in half fine then you pick it up and when your hands pinson out. It wasn't about the size of the slice. Yeah what was it about. Emotion in the oc- bucci nelson. Here's what it was about pain. Boozy strap okay. Now let me let me say this you know that. We've we're both from brooklyn born and bred. We are already going bullshit weight and you know that we do have these rules. And i do you have to do the fold. We talk about this. We have talked about nauseam head. Wait wait so when you pick up your pizza if you don't know what it is by now it's the new york. Fold you pick up a slice usually its triangular or even if the square one you've put a crease in the middle you fold it over and then you hold it donovan moldova's holiday you still pick it up the point handle it handle true story now. Here's the problem with that. This is what you didn't see. You didn't me struggling for thirty seconds prior because my buddy phone out trying to tape that. So he's putting me on his instagram story. Nearly caught the ladder thirty seconds. Which was me using a fork and knife on pizza. Worse when you say it out loud

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Brooklyn Born Skeery Eats Pizza With a Fork and Knife

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Brooklyn Born Skeery Eats Pizza With a Fork and Knife

"Way pizza. What a fucking knife fucking knife and get dead to me okay. You don't eat pizza fork and a knife i. I'm just as much as you want a straw just because what you does just because you're yelling doesn't make you right. Just because you're louder does not make you write a whisper. Who who do you think you are. What are you what are you. What are you from the great state of wyoming. He'll eat pizza that way okay. See that's a quarterback off. You know what. I was referencing. Yes yes you don't if it's so big if it's such a massive slice you have to cut it in half fine then you pick it up and when your hands pinson out. It wasn't about the size of the slice. Yeah what was it about. Emotion in the oc- bucci nelson. Here's what it was about pain. Boozy strap okay. Now let me let me say this you know that. We've we're both from brooklyn born and bred. We are already going bullshit weight and you know that we do have these rules. And i do you have to do the fold. We talk about this. We have talked about nauseam head. Wait wait so when you pick up your pizza if you don't know what it is by now it's the new york. Fold you pick up a slice usually its triangular or even if the square one you've put a crease in the middle you fold it over and then you hold it donovan moldova's holiday you still pick it up the point handle it handle true story now. Here's the problem with that. This is what you didn't see. You didn't me struggling for thirty seconds prior because my buddy phone out trying to tape that. So he's putting me on his instagram story. Nearly caught the ladder thirty seconds. Which was me using a fork and knife on pizza. Worse when you say it out loud

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"middle way" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

02:55 min | 2 months ago

"middle way" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Is sonny. thank just making or not this still a big question I don't want to be well if you have one. Sheriff so to become fully ordained none is better was sick india gotham moines double district since uca's to a certain level it's an ideal certainly. It's an ideal to have a firm understanding of what the border actually told. Because it's so many later re evaluations and reinterpretations and of course throughout the years old fashioned of different ideas that came in. Which kind of if you really can study them. Well you cannot see where they where they fit in how they arose but whether they're really relevant still is a good question. The thing about the middle way is that is something. That's common to every buddhist tradition and in fact way find real teaches you find. They adjusting to the middle way. So for example a culture which might have a deep investment in the supernatural yet. You find when you look at the tradition. There's a strong element to study the strong element of debate. Rational thinking but then when you go into a different culture which is very scholastic very academic very intellectual. Like zen tradition. They say give up the books. Just sit so. There's always this adjustment going on so it's very important to have a bit of a grasp on the at the beginning because then you know sort of the direction that this is leading towards and you're less likely to get caught up in confusion and destruction. This tradition teaches this way. The teacher says this who's seems contradictory. Who's right it becomes very easy. When you sort of see are culturally they were pulling this direction or this direction that trying to pull it into the middle so to be a fully. o'day non is useful to have an understanding of tax. Absolutely but of course. I can go too far. You can become obsessed by it and and more confused so getting the gist of it. And then once you start meditating you find that this is an exploration as it goes you find your sensitivity. Improves quite a bit more. And you find yourself what the middle way is so hope that helps ship. So if if i'm being still only for sunday if i want to.

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"middle way" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

02:00 min | 2 months ago

"middle way" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Monkey mind and just recently introduced data and i don't know what your average is like your thoughts on that you chore mantras a great See the thing is is that With meditation it's always about what you need now. So if you've been practicing vs and breath. Meditation is just kind of like it's not giving you any in participating you don't feel like this is what i want to be doing. Maybe put the breath meditation aside for a little while. And if the the bhutto the mantras working for you fantastic I use. I use contras myself. Sometimes buddha meta the meta that works really well for me. Sometimes it dependences. This times. That mantra can really help. Bring you into the moment. And that's wonderful but this times it also. You might feel that an emotion type meditation such as metro compassionate joy is more fulfilling because the really the whole point of all meditation practices at the buddha toward. Ought to let guy ought to relax so that you don't need to control anymore. You don't need to do this anymore. It's all about getting to the point where you can just relax. Nothing go deep deep deep deeper. Because that's what helps generate that ability to see things more clearly develop inside a bit better so if if breath meditation becomes to routine or bit to Ritualized or a bit too boring. Which often does its to experiment. It's good to explore a little wider and he put her works the fantastic keep on doing it. How the experience work year just started. Do hope on as i start. Meditating watt.

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"middle way" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

05:55 min | 2 months ago

"middle way" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"And as you breathe in send relaxation to way you need it. It's good to check with your head first and loosen any tightness that face too tight. Perhaps a self small they help and then moved to your neck and your shoulders just allowed relaxed mall just quickly if you need to. And as you breathe in attention dissolve and moved to your shoulders and your upper body and relax there and then moved to your arms. Are they comfortable. You need to move them. Silently uses time to help help them. Relax move to redmond abdomen stomach. Just relax the tension guy the greatest gift in the world. You can give yourself fister. Relax and move your win to lower back. Just help settle.

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Ubuntu Podcast

05:55 min | 4 months ago

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"It and he may mark shuttleworth did an with said net. Where he spoke about canonical finances. Possible initial public offering and going into some details about canonical profitability. Which is interesting because that denied did some looking into canonical reports which they file which is been a profitable company since two thousand eighteen which is really cool to see the day. Talk about how he's not as profitable as red hat. Because you'd have to pay as much ruben to d for at it's really cold actually you know financially self-sustaining now and days apostle pass to going public but there's reasons for caution about especially given the current situation in the world up it'll be interesting to see how that pans out in the coming years. Martin so may we announce the code name for our what was the ebon to two thousand ten release and that code name was greedy gorilla. And i'm very pleased with that. Because i managed to convince mark shuttleworth. That's the codename we should i with them and he he decided to go with it. So yeah what's lost. The bucket list moment also led to having guerrilla wallpapers and guerrilla base t shirts and stuff yet icon accountable animal rather than some weird squirrel thing. That teacher and i'm jumping ahead to june. Alan yellow novo made their entire workstation range able for obviously as a thinkpad nerd. This may be quite happy and so this was a good news item for the middle of the year. And i haven't bought one yet. I'm still eyeing up these machines and Thinking carefully about what my next laptop purchase will be but the fact that you could buy the novo's now with a boon to pre installed and available directly from their website Makes me very happy so that was good to see that yeah. It was so marked that this year. We had more into certify to certify devices than any previous year so you know more in the wild is great unmelted. We had our first of good roles. Be pine in june. Yeah the The ross reply four got serious when they released that eight gig bottle so That was this has been a real tipping point. I think there's been so much more interesting in the rows reply because it now is fast and has plenty of ram. It's really quite unconstrained And i immediately went out and bought. I think i bought about half a dozen. Of course you did alan. I say as part of my drumbeat. That i've been paying for a while about people should stop making destroys and start making more applications. I was pleased to see that flutter sdk came to lennox so people have another avenue to either develop brand new applications or port applications that are made available for other platforms. Like windows bring to lennox lot easier using flutter and so in july. I was quite pleased to see that people have an additional avenue through which to express themselves in app development. My what a lot of good news. And we've only got to august so alan. What did we find august. My gosh this was just amazing. The national museum of computing virtual tour. And obviously if it's difficult for you to get to the national museum of computing which it might be then virtual tories just as good because the way they've done it in such a way that you could virtually walk around the museum and zoom in on their exhibits and look at the posters on the wall and move from room to room and it was just so beautifully done that you could just meander around museum like he would in real life but there was nobody to bump into and nobody getting your way. Nobody standing in front of the exhibits. You could just meander around your leisure and revisit anytime so you can go back to that website now and have another look around the museum. It's fantastic. i love it. Brilliant and shortly after we found that jupiter broadcasting friends of the show announced that they are independent again off the shackles of their to become an independent broadcasting network once again and we wish them all the best and still continue to do say martin abandon september welinsk september building on the news of the novo's bringing their range of workstations Within two in june. Hp announced the z series workstations and mobile workstations are larussa going to start shipping with into a that completed the trio of the three Sort of top tier one. Oem's announced shipping up onto on their devices. Excellent yeah it's great to have more choice When you when you want buy laptop. There's all these little boutique people like the system. Seventy six and the tuxedo or that having big brand names that people know and recognize available directly from their website that you can order a machine with a bounty preinstalled gives a lot more confidence for two as well because people then okay. This is a legit thing companies. Selling it then. Yeah there's a lot of commentary about how you market top lennox and get more adoption. And i think this is this. This is how we do it. We got we get a boon to or more devices that people can easily purchase. Because what is it your advertising. If it's not like go and get this thing here and away you go alan. You don't tober episode twenty nine talks about something super exciting. The area console Which i always want to say ooh.

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"middle way" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

08:01 min | 10 months ago

"middle way" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

"Too Quick. They never learned to adapt point sequel. What what we call an Alchemy, the middle way of magic is a middle a middle way of when when you're magic and and DISA-. There's a certain kind of working inside of the intervene at. You have to be concerned with so that you can make your own relationships with the relative metaphysical equivalent of all different substances that you're working with. People just skip that. They start asking for rituals, and you can be a ritual for who says you can even do ritual. Because you think it's a recipe in a bunch of agreements that you slapped together. You see that's jumping into the back end, and you just going to end up loss. You'RE GONNA. Get yourself hurt. And not know how to come back over because you haven't learned to Middle Way. I, you see. So, it's very important. You know to understand that you know a lot of times from a from a neophytes perspective, we look at good, and we look at evil than we get upset at at evil. We want more good and we. We don't have the ability to I see how they in a rational kinda modern mind how they work in tandem and how they designed to work in tandem. But they are designed to work in tandem. Ruined said of the same person. This is a battle that a soul is going through a battle that your soul is going through with itself in order to balance itself and no instant, and the same instance at that tree came from one seat. The cloth in the front and it came out of the same seat. And when you're when you're ingesting something, you have to learn in just the whole thing, but you start somewhere. You know you might eat an apple, but you. You don't start at to see. You gotta get to the seed. I you gotta eat the skin, you gotta eat the fiber all those different things, and then afterwards my eat the stem i. know when I eat right. Eat everything you know, so. There's a reason it was all. Made. Put there so that it can enhance your mortal experience, the fullness of what it is. You See. All right so that's all I wanted to share on that. Evil is good now, but. You know so just understand that everything has its complement just like mom. the kingdom has lilith. which is, it's or sometimes we call it in the Hema th. You know the the. The mistress of the night. You know and just a sign up for Fargo. You know little is not a real person. I am a feminist talk about Louis and you know I wish. You got to learn about the Jewish missy mystics, and like even towel mood, which is full of a Lotta Rone's information but Lilith was a theory. This wasn't a missing book out of the out of the Torah. A hidden book of it was a theory that someone had about a certain nature and design of women, which is basically the feminist. And it was like it was accounting for that rebellious spirit that is constantly trying to usurp Ammann's place, and he came up with this theory of Lilla. Okay and then some people think that that's like. Some hidden book or whatever you know Adam's first wife, but it was. It was a theory to try to explain something. You know well yeah. Anyway so Willfully Get a better understanding of how do allergies work together? So when you see the idea of differ other in tagme Amman Tagum Ron you know. Which is the complement different? You'll get a sense of white, okay? Are these working together. You know how these? Grasping at the scene, connor secret, but from a different angle, but again you know Work, with the light I work with with that, which is being revealed. To you. And then master that. And then learn that Middle Pat. That's the most important really on. All of 'em is stemmed that middle path that gives you the balance. And, then you can start moving into so that you don't get caught up in greed and Lust and atheism and antipathy antipathies using our name. And you know indifference and non caring, you know you learn the center. You know so as opposed to yes, or no, you learn the value of maybe. You know as opposed to, plus minus you know what equal means. You see equals the Middle Path. You know as opposed to this that the other. As opposed to white or black. Do you understand the science of gray? You. Know learn that Middle Path is important. You know, it helps you to. Conduct yourself on a chord with that middle mixture, so that you can master or at least become proficient in both sides. All right. This has been another chief your podcast. Give thanks for those of you who've been sharing. Verbal feedback on the worksite, Noir Noir male music and Mel Book. You know Again something that needs to be spoken about in this time in an I'm happy to have been able to share it and I got more coming. You know actually have a book also coming for the women as well that I'm sure will be. Will incense some. It will incent some. Very grateful and appreciative of. What as some of you have probably witnessed and bear witness to. It doesn't take much to instance some you know what I'm talking about. I'm leaving some things out so people to see an absurd themselves some of the lunacy, but it doesn't take much, but Yeah, so definitely give thanks for those of you who have been. Really valuing it I've been here by and no I didn't time it for quote, unquote father's Day. I don't celebrate any of that stuff. I didn't even know I forgot. into, someone who was like is perfect father's Day Oh okay, sure. so it wasn't timed around that. I released it because it was I to get this out. Go out needs to be out now. I felt I just felt the energy I sensed it and it was like. To my needs to reduce today. So that's? That's yield and even a museum like semi needs to hear. These words now it's going to minister to people now you know so like I said. There's more coming a lot more coming and I just want to give thanks for those of you. Who I've been hearing a lot of about shared this with this person in my cousins, and my son's and good as we want, you know spread it forward. And let people know that You know. This is some compassion. For for what that misguided male. You know is experiencing, and and there's some direction this indirection and Osama understanding. All. Right so I will not keep you any longer and I and I am will bid you all do and and a safe safe day. Dorning whenever you get this and continue to be well to be strong and continue to look for the balance and all things all right chief Yao piece..

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"middle way" Discussed on Mindful Performances with Theresa Rose

Mindful Performances with Theresa Rose

10:55 min | 1 year ago

"middle way" Discussed on Mindful Performances with Theresa Rose

"You are the right belief system when we do that if anybody enters into our orbits that do not represent all of those factors that we deem the right way then we necessarily label them as ask the wrong way and that's where our problems come from is when we immediately start to identify someone as the other her and that their perspective is not as valid as ours and i get that this is difficult you know i'm not trying to sugarcoat this. This is a challenging time in our culture and being able to have civil discourse and respectful <hes> disagreements disagreements and be able to be empathetic to someone else's perspective especially when that perspective is diametrically metrically opposed to ours and has such a high price to pay you know when when when there's things at stake back when we're talking about these ideas of right and wrong and wh- bad there there's hurt that can be caused so i i understand this is not an easy thing to navigate and if we don't strengthen our ability to have reasonable discourse this course with those with whom we do not agree then we are going to forever be cocooned in our safety of those who only believe like us and that is where innovation fails that is where where forward forward momentum is stunted when we do not open up to the notions and the ideas and the perspectives of other people and relationships get broken from this you know i can tell you from first person authority that <hes> you know on some level it feels feels good right at the moment to be right especially when you have facts by your side <hes> and it also has damaged that that it can wield on relationships i can i can reference an ex spouse that can validate that <hes> i have been known to dig my heels into into being right <hes> and i can wield words like a saber so it can be sort of a challenging thing for me but it's an area of of growth so if it's an area of growth for me. I'm guessing that for one or two of you. It's an area growth for you too so let's just start by me. Reading the excerpt from mindful performance how to powerfully impact profitability productivity and purpose from the messages chapter called the the middle way knowing the difference between right and wrong was easy. When i was growing up you you inherently knew what right behavior was. Ethical honest compassionate selfless and everyone relied on a single angles set of facts the actual ones not the alternative ones to decide if something was wrong or not the world is not like bat now or maybe never was like this. It was just easier to get away with it because we didn't have a fully transparent twenty four by seven digital world from my vantage point. A ton of energy is wasted in trying to convince others of our rightness even when we have facts on our our side but here's the problem other people believe justice strongly in their rightness and their set of facts which support their position position we are in an endless tug of war where no one wins the war and we are all tucker it out from the battle with no victors whether it's at work or around the dining room table over the holidays consider adopting the two rights position instead you are right and they are to to you both feel strongly about your positions and both of you are worthy of respect one way to bridge that gap is to initiate gate the strategy of the middle way step up to try to understand their perspective the context by which they came came to that conclusion and the personal histories that may be influencing their beliefs suspend your desire for rightness in favor verve empathy and understanding. Ask questions be curious instead of making even more statements. It's trying to make your points finally understood consider asking more probing questions. Why do you think that way. On what aspects specs of the topic do we have agreement. What can we do to find a respectful middle ground that allows both of us to preserve observe our rightness without eroding our relationship. How can we be more mindful of each other's feelings. I grew up in a household with winners and losers in any conflict to someone ended up on top and the other caved it. Is this fixed next mindset that gets us into trouble. We work so hard to try to win an argument that we forget what the end goal is peace. A regular meditation practice will help you regularly execute the middle way with those people for whom you have negative feelings. An especially powerful tool is performing the loving kindness or metta meditation. It is a simple practice that involves getting grounded and centered repeating. The statements may be happy. May i be well. May i be safe. May i be peaceful and free from suffering and truly feel what it feels like to have those characteristics then move onto imagine those same ideals for those you do really love. May you be happy. May you be well. May you be safe. May you be peaceful and free from suffering and sink into the feeling of having that be a reality for those closest to you. After a few moments expand the visualization to include every single living being on the planet may all beings be happy. May they all be well. May they be safe. May they be peaceful wasteful and free from suffering and imagine that lofty beautiful vision let your heart feel it by doing so you are consciously expanding your ability to empathize and show compassion both of which are key attributes to successful leadership and collaboration over time you will find that you are able to be present with others who are in direct opposition. Listen to you show empathy toward them hand soften. You're angry or annoyed edges. That's that's from the middle way strategy from mindful performance so i know this isn't and.

"middle way" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"middle way" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Cards. It's a good question from Christine. What is your natural hair? Well, it's weird because growing up my national hair was like, so curly and like jealous run, shake, even Kearlier. And then I started ironing it and doing it every single day. So now my national hero doesn't really have a shape to it. It's like the. Ensor street because they're dead. The top is like wavy in the middle way be too. I feel your natural hair is like what it is now, just like not as shiny, not as no. It's shine. Not Charlie, not as like sleek. Yeah. It's like a little just like, what did you like a little yet? Kearlier the back is a little earlier, but like it's just it's, it's almost like waiting to be played with. It doesn't really take shape. It's like we know we're not staying this way. Have you ever worn your natural hair like on the show? Yes, it down perhaps definitely an opponent Hal, I've worn it. And then how many times a week do you shower and redo? It depends on the season, but I probably and if I'm like working out or if I just wash it, like when it starts to smell the not can be two days that can be before days. Right? It's resemble wash my hair two times a week or three times a week. Okay. Because now I'm like this person where like I'm constantly thinking of my hair where I used to shower every night, and if I didn't get oily seasons now I'm like building up an immunity to the oil and now I can go. I'll usually like do my hair Sunday night for the week and then Wednesday, and then maybe Saturday. Morning shower. I really just have to wash my hair one when it doesn't really get greasy, but it's hurt. Like when I flip it over like the locals really hurt from being in the same place for too long and a half to massage it out. And later scout massage. I mean, love it so much got massages in the Atlanta airport. And the second I sat down on that chair. She cracked back in two places and I wanted to literally kiss her on the lives. It felt so good. God tell us now. I'm actually pretty good on. Never forget how I felt after camp toast. And I just compare everything to that me and was able to walk. I'm okay. Me and Margot when we were getting our massage is where like our backs of literally been fucked up since Kim. Like I, I gave it my all. I mean the beds yet next year I'm dying a ducks Yana totally for my Camacho guest host. Okay. Next story. Busy Phillips says, quote, bully, James Franco pushed her to the grandma filming freak zeke's busy Phillips doesn't have the fondest memories of working with James Franco inter forthcoming memoir. This will only heard a little the actress details. An incident she claims occurred on a particularly tense day on the set of freaks in each which aired on NBC from. One thousand nine hundred ninety. Two thousand. The excerpt was first reported by raider online, Philip this, the big day for raider online Phillips claims in the book that Franco whom she describes as a quote, fuck bully fucking perhaps didn't treat her with the same level of respect that he reserved for Linda Cartolini and all of his male co stars illustrating one example where the actor was especially difficult to work with Schumer called their experience shooting the we've got spirit episode after shooting. One seamer Phillips said she called out Franco for stepping on her stepping on her line stepping on one of her lines, the pair who played a couple had to shoot a seamer Phillips with supposed to hit Franco in the chest. However, instead of responding with the dialogue Phillips claim that instead her co star quote, grab both my arms and screamed in my face don't ever touch me. Again, she wrote that he proceeded to throw her to the ground, knocking the wind out of her. So I do have you ever seen freaks and gave? Yes. And the next day Phillips said Franko apologize to her. After executive producer, Judd appetite made him watch video of what happened. Oh, because everything's on camera. It's funny because like that was nineteen ninety nine..

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"middle way" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"middle way" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The middle way sounds kinda wimpy but the bottom line but i i do think i i like to hear what the ideas are i wish there were a way to have one of the things that i call for this on my to do list is how to talk with people that you disagree with i don't like the word tolerance because from tolerate put up with i prefer respect and i'd like i know i wanna know what the left and the right have to say but i'm also somebody tries to bring people together and find that come as i said compromise is necessary a lot about democracy is compromised but it has to be done on the basis of understanding what the position is putting yourself into the other person's shoes and trying to find something where you can bring people together because you lose i think if you're an extremist wherever you end up losing and then also going further to an extreme then you had intended in the first place i think because you're bound and determined to persuade somebody of what that they're stupid and you're not we're now as a country among many other things struggling with a an investigation of russia's attempts to manipulate our politics in two thousand sixteen through hacking through what's called weaponized information and the person directing that is by our tolerance communities account russian president vladimir putin you have a passage in your book where you go to meet putin in moscow in two thousand he's just come in as as russia's president and you're meeting him after after the yeltsin years and flying home you write a little memo to yourself and i'm going to read it because it's it's pretty riveting and then ask you to explain what what what you meant by the language you wrote putin is small and pale so cold as to be almost reptilian he was in east germany when the berlin wall fell and says he understands why it had to happen position built on walls and dividers could last but expected something to rise in its place and nothing was proposed the soviets simply dropped everything went away he argued that a lot of problems could have been avoided had they not made such a hasty exit putin is embarrassed by what happened to his country and determined to.

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"middle way" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"middle way" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"I'm bill fantastic thanks for guys all right my man you know we just hung up the phone with allante and he was telling us you know about just you know he's we know he's a big guy and i'm sure you know this too and he cuts a lot of weight but for you that's one thing we don't have to worry much about you you know for many years you are doing the middle way route now you're doing the light heavyweight route how much does this change your life making that move up you know what it just a more comfortable camp i i know him not big vaunted but i'm i'm still not small for two five i still got about fifteen pounds to go yet but i'm right on right on pace to make weight hopefully i'll step back in that is the guy close to twenty five thirty somewhere in there let me ask you some rapid fire questions in regards to this because i'm curious by you being able to carry around more weight have you had less injuries than when you were middleweight not really but it's kind of i mean i was a middleweight for ten years i've been late every wait for for six months so i really feel about the same just a little happier all the time yeah and that that's just kind of kind of what i'm expecting i as it goes long as i stay at light heavyweight maybe i'll get into i hope i get into less it wasn't a huge problem before but you know everyone gets their bumps and bruises do you feel like you can put your cardio better now with the way you carry around now versus when you were a middleweight.

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"middle way" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"middle way" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Be a middle way this afternoon i don't think it'll be the harshest exit but it will be the beginning of an exit because trump always wants to try to do a deal so maybe they'll they'll be a sixty day thing in their whereby semi your pistachios well it says it was the one of the worst deals ever right so he wants to make a better deal a horrible deal it was a horrible deal because we got a big gave all that money we gave them they plow it into terrorism whether it's has has bala what they plow it into the kind of warfare that we're not very good at at going up against asymmetrical warfare iran is the biggest state sponsor of terrorism in the world and we had them billion dollars i mean that's not a good idea so a lot of the lot of the trouble that deals already baked in but mostly we'll see how it goes i the problem is europe can we get if europe keeps tries to stay in the deal that'll be that'll be the difficult thing because at some point we'll be called on to sanction those companies for dealing with iran and that'll be that'll be strange i think trump knows that that's why he'll start what i'll call a soft exit there's no good brexit phrase iran exit era roxette now that's more like a rock erects erase it your accent well with the parody gimme roger stone stop there go ahead invite to donald trump for his funeral.

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"middle way" Discussed on Drink Champs

Drink Champs

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"middle way" Discussed on Drink Champs

"They don't have dreamed of the middle way medical team likes it only the phone what we can talk him was he didn't want to be over good isn't the best interview this assessment nothing swearing less lewis one is when we look at israel israel than in the morning lobski resume as always of the wall look i got hold law who madam lombardo the way so much this is the drink milk salem beyond us news we all the new alpo honor and we that did in a navy way huge popularity i totally understand and he won wayne says that really existed toll the name because then you'll get this is us so we got a salute to the nominees your read would leave paris if you don't you he's gonna come through this levine looted thirteen the syria illicit any proposal he told his old team of names is all girl no no.

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"middle way" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"middle way" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Eleven he was a light heavyweight is brother was a middle way wow and uh that was a bigger upset in your mind didn't he uh buster douglas mike tyson yeah i i still think tyson i mean that i still remember that the only casino the took the odds was the mirage nobody nobody would touch this is just an all we are we had no here the only party it worse with seventy one fight to uh so i mean no no he had lost to kenya on ken norton that try to get broken issue all right but no one ever thought that he would move who alley to speak on no it was i i do saw it as an exhibition you know young kids getting a payday and he just you know he that was his best fight ever and his own right because only you know really good fight and after that ali when ali beat him back in papeete a mini turned fight that was spinks right he went all downhill after that even he ford's a couple of guys get knocked out in um who these he's fourth dumb cruise away got not yet be um homes knock him out i think air a just kept it i just was just he had that one moment of glory and he liked you know he liked the party and you know they were i'd i remember story um he was supposed to be training and they couldn't find the vis is in east st louis ise lewis's not exactly a pleasant place to be and they didn't know where to find him and they somebody said just go for the most divy as bari you'll find them in there he was or we could play she's tony donahue leon these um this his teeth at one point well i think i forget when he's it shows up at the hall of fame all the time i i forget how old is i know we got married in and uh you just this is a lovable guy was a local guy the oldies a may sixty four years old as my age east it's i don't need to hear that it was these um filling i.

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"middle way" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"middle way" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Out the proper role that the us should play counterbalancing these forces but did that listen this is a middle way it's a middle way that envisions empowering those partners in various regions that share our values and share our principles but also compelling those countries to do more for the common defence i think that's a pretty robots in a pretty sustainable argument let's go not a sally who is on the line from waterville vermont sally your thoughts and the president's national security strategy hello hello and and thank thank night night on point continue first of all i'd like to point out that we did not speak loud and clear last year on november eight it was a very short margin of victory in a not a carte flaws um at the other thing is i'm really incredulous that uh talking about national security that climate change wasn't mentioned we've just heard the figures coming in on the budget for taking care of hurricane flooding forest fires not to mention the americans that are living in puerto rico um i know the donald is familiar with resurrecting from bankruptcy but i i just don't see that we have the money uh to avoid dealing with our part that we should play on the globe is important we have mentioned that the president's speech didn't mention climate change i'm tom gelatin this is on point a and dmitry that was of course one of the early headlines about this speech that it seemed to sort of really drop i mean climate change had been mentioned as a national security threat and previous national security strategies not in this one no that's great i mean i don't think it was surprise give the donald trump pulled the us out of the paris climate accord amid the document does talk about climate but what it says is not.

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"middle way" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"middle way" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Ma his run aides lean back down on on uh nasimuddin man moslemheld i know hey the girl that in the middle way john an and eefje man with yeah now now now now who now now these new bag online man oh god god his signed welcome do linnea yes usga oh god in my dad louisville me hey and these goal oh the core now now now now milo ventimiglia lina hang on god the man man.

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"middle way" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

93.3 WMMR

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"middle way" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

"For ram her is your got it the result i got they'll take my debut gay a middle way for motherhood zuma i do others warmer baby so uh he area it wasn't him in his best light duty to nato needle today here's my public apology fyi contrary to false reports and narrative i don't have a mental illness it was meds that was jested to deal with trump the trauma of losing my daughter this way everything just changed medication post i want you guys to know that this to this day i uh drank smoke or on any level do i do drugs okay and because we believe that because his highstress emerge dramatic experience abc vise then ultimately uh connected with multiple therapist and psychiatrists i had a few private meetings and this particular drug that was suggested although meaningful helpful to others had an adverse effect on me and this is the reason i had a complete meltdown online bush up dealer chabanne's are ry uh i just wanted to formally apologized to all the muffins my wife my friends my love ones and everyone this gotten a million phone calls after what i now know was some psychiatric man's call rigs elti readygov even nieto me the way i know you lazy wounding as externalities on him on my gym maybe do this you down as has grown saarberg deldot taken outta uh down camera like he has the he's not uh uh uh the straight ahead is on now he's going to have a i have a little uh melania drought in my car he can easily do videos while your drive and not be distracted unpacking can i don't think you good film of video and not be distracted rica i've done it oh boy turn it warriors start recording before you go anywhere and then you're driving oregon abused look forward and dark increase in bread and a draw the level of the drive both look unease there dan i i though i i i yelled paid it is one the only thing a legal were out of work i am doing anything illegal you guys of candle makes them and hoover two two the whole gravy the navy the legal uh uh dude uh uh uh uh gene uh but i do before.

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"middle way" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"middle way" Discussed on FT Politics

"Middle way e not a very comfortable one in northern europe they train a lot of people and take a lots of migrants in southern europe the don't train a lotta people and don't take lots of migrants we live in the uncomfortable world of not training many people and having lots of migrants and matt causes problems in the labor market but saved as the general deregulation of the labour market zero house contracts temporary agency work has the way we've implemented the posted workers directive and so on those things need to change if we're going to get people to be less concerned about the impact of migration on generally low paid sectors of the economy what that things us nicely onto the next point which is the beaumont of bikes it and i guess halland net at this juncture the gum is going to have to talk about this things that oh and vase doing things to improve the skill of british work workers because if the transition of the last couple of quarters the net migration continue then there will be some kind of skills gap particularly in some acute areas agriculture work nhs what have we seen or heard from the government about the going to prepare for that potential shortfall government has enforced several times that business needs be much better training workers and instead of having a knee jerk reaction that when they need somebody they hire a migrant poison this country all clear and i think the message in apple through that skills as it is a very important issue but i think one of the very interesting things about brexit is that there's been realization that while we've always in the past focused on talking about high skilled migrants we need lowskilled migrants as well because actually whether or not we like it there were lots and lots of jobs in this country that british people don't want to do we're also faced with the problem that unemployment is at its lowest level for over forty years so even if.

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"middle way" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"middle way" Discussed on The Vergecast

"And uh that's about as much as i can say really not because i know more about because it's like you can only speculate so much based on like four or five screen shots yeah trying to what's a good parallel to that kind of company it's like okay this is a bunch of stuff happening in this market but it's a bunch of different companies all confusing and it's too hard and it's annoying we will step in and deal with it for you that's apple that's what you're describing is it apple makes its own thing so the differing as like that happens admirals propals are closed ecosystem right and he's trying to build an open ecosystem he's try to like are you describe me like what is the ultimate consumer middleware company they just glues everything together for you i don't think consumer middle way like the logitech harmony is the most successful consumer mental wearing his ever as his let's go on and then what what's the bridges like sonos sahnoun sellers isn't of his son us just they've that i valero inactive they they let you plug in a bunch of different music absent a unified system yeah i just don't yeah it is it's like they make speakers in the music the music app companies mostly don't make speakers so i'm not crazy in thinking there are a ton of examples when this works yeah the logitech harmony that's the that's that's cates in air.

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"middle way" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"middle way" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Bill to put california on a pass to one hundred percent clean renewable energy by twenty forty five senators say news that president trump intends to withdraw from the paris climate agreement is extremely upsetting a white house official does say president trump is expected to pull the us out of the deal reached in paris to reduce carbon emission at the end of the g seven summit last weekend the us stood alone on a key issue climate change the trump administration not signing on to a declaration with six other members of the g seven that reaffirmed a strong commitment to the paris climate accord abc's karen travers as german chancellor angela merkel called the discussion among the g seven leaders very intense and very unsatisfying almost two hundred countries agreed in twenty fifteen to voluntarily cut their greenhouse gas emissions in an effort to fight climate change traffic from the helpful so cal honda traffic center crash on the one ten in south la for those manchester with left lane is blocked causing vary from the one of those again from exposition of throughout the one of one who sabas lauren coming away from the third the city was under roberson go to crush middle way think of all the way from western giving torrance four or five slows the ceremony with suburb lose leaving from burbank overseas getty center getting into the area fifty civil servants your belinda boulevard aggression before with things up to limber meanwhile the north outside of the fifty seven his across from imperial highway to room for a super trains wings and it looks like the fifteen corona pretty heavy from dimissed looking into the root of road traffic getting worse fighting back one the markets are on the negative zonal check the numbers and get back to the gary in jenin show hi i'm ric edelman host for the record allman show right here every weekend i want you to ask yourself where will you be four years from now well four years from now you'll be four years closer to retirement will it.

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