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The Personal History Of David Copperfield Reviewed

Here & Now

04:36 min | 2 months ago

The Personal History Of David Copperfield Reviewed

"Saw Tomorrow audiences will have a chance to see a new version of Charles Dickens David Copperfield envisioned directed by or Mondo NUCCI. The personal history of David Copperfield features a diverse cast with Dev Patel as David Copperfield, but made his feature film debut in Two Thousand Eight Oscar winning slumdog millionaire. He also starred in both the best exotic marigold hotel movies and was nominated for an Oscar for the twenty sixteen movie lion now in the personal history of David Copperfield Dev Patel plays a young man trying to make his way through Victorian England despite numerous setbacks. He eventually becomes an author with a right turn out to be the hero of my story. Or that station will be held by anybody else. These moments must show. Recently Dead Patel join me via. skype to talk about his role as David Copperfield. I totally missed out on this classic growing up and I was sort of one of those kids that was false fed dickens as a child. In the curriculum and I I mean assist the shame most office I think. But you know for me in particular to be able to step into the shoes I related a lot to David. I think you know to his anxiety to his kind of imposter syndrome about a young man's johnny trying to fit in very much coming of age story and it's only when he can embrace his real truth and his past his own stories I guess that he finds triumph, and in this case, it says a great writer you know. I WANNA play a scene from the film Here your character David Meets Dora played by more fit Carter a young woman whose pet dog JIP starts a conversation with David. Let's listen speaks very well is actually I like to pretend he speaks. Some people think tick. Oh No I do it myself all the time? I I. Poultry. David Copperfield. Being the tree. I'm Dora. Okay. Perhaps, it's not surprising that spoiler alert the two of you fall in love and as we hear you as David have a lot of humor and charm in this film I WanNa ask you a little bit more about the parts of the character that really resonated with you. You said that this character was very much like you thinking about finding your way through life. Yeah I mean he's obviously You can see painfully awkward. And I definitely could key into that I mentioned. But yeah, I guess as a boy growing up in the UK you know from an immigrant family going to school and trying to figure out what part of my identity I should lead you know like. You know there's a kind of very much in Indian. Part of me in a very much a British part of me and you kind of end up role swapping to try and get through turbulent times in school. And that's kind of David he he someone that came from great wealth than lost only tried to get it back again NEC's constantly trying to change the skinny as quite a comedian in that makes him a great novelist. He's this observer that. Uses these his. Ability to impressions to kind of get these easy Lawson get in with the cool guys and not me when I was a kid I was quite the gesture in Mike's loss. Yeah. Yeah. It was kind of a way of just. Not Getting beaten up you know I was never wanted Nicole crew. So I ended up being the coal clown ally would love to see a little videos of death being class. Wow, that sounds so funny. Let's talk a little bit about your career. So you were just eighteen when you start in the Oscar winning film slumdog millionaire what has it been like to build a career after having such huge success at an early age because seventeen when I started that but it was a real blessing and I will I felt so equipped at this some kind of global stage that I was put on you know it was very overwhelming and in a way it made my career and showed even back. Then however many as it was that you know divest stories could resonate on an international scale. Fill most of Zych in another language and that was real movie stars in it and it still gonNA I don't know how many Oscars it did.

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Ford and General Motors announce factory closures due to coronavirus

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:25 min | 7 months ago

Ford and General Motors announce factory closures due to coronavirus

"In Detroit's three automakers have agreed to close all of their factories Ford GM and fiat Chrysler have bowed to pressure from the United auto workers union they've been pushing for factories to close because work is a fearful of coming into contact with the coronavirus Bloomberg's automated reported Keith Norton says the companies were left with no choice they're people didn't feel safe in the plants very hard to social distance and then assembly line that companies were resistant they finally came to an agreement last night to do some rolling rotating shutdowns but then they woke up to news this morning that Honda was shutting down all of the north American plants for six days now even greater pressure on them so finally in the day to day the Detroit three kind of buckled and said okay we're shutting down until the end of the month and then we'll see how things go from there Honda Malaysia announced it will temporarily close its north American factory he's for about one week starting on Monday well General Motors CEO Mary Barra all said to manufacture hospital ventilation is an older factories closed usually the outbreak this is according to NEC director Larry Kudlow Kudlow said on fox news and auto executive said she may call back workers on a to a chaotic Hey hi I said sorry to make the medical devices needed to crease to trace the critically ill virus patients question on a voluntary basis the civic and patriotic

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"nec" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"nec" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The sun as much so I will I did mention vitamin D. that's a very powerful immune booster in the best way to get vitamin D. is from the sun or if you need vitamin D. I if you want to use it and forget for foods are the best sources of fatty fish as well as mushrooms for vaginal I take vitamin D. supplements do you don't find many supplements are okay but they're nothing like the sun no of course not but that's better than nothing absolutely absolutely right it is a very powerful stress management vitamin and interestingly vitamin D. is the only vitamins not really invited into the qualified and that it's the only vitamin that the body actually makes all other vitamins with one exception that's nice in the body can't make us coming from food to vitamin D. we get from the sun and it's extremely important university five as a pharmacist what can you recommend for severe respiratory issues and legal fifteen NAC someone portent for the respiratory system exactly a medicine called Mukul necessary same NEC that you can get a supplement and vitamin C. is also very important for the longer the respiratory system and vitamin E. the most important goals that first on our end and a single system or mac in a C. the thing comes up a prescription drug asthmatics music called her and I asked after cystic fibrosis patients is a supplemental supplement NAC and they see an active part of the it's one of the ways the body have you heard of glutathione you're stopping me to talk out doing this on purpose I'm not the proper glutathione is the body's major detox of fire and it's a three little amino acid the call tri peptide one of the major amino acid called glutamine without high protein foods and another another amino acid called a cysteine which is part of the N. E. C. you're single fifteen.

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Red Flash fall in NEC Championship

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Red Flash fall in NEC Championship

"Robert Morris Windsor night NEC title a conference record with a seventy seven sixty seven win over St Francis you the red flash scored the opening basket of the game but they never led again Dante Tracy led the colonials with eighteen points Josh Williams with seventeen Williams on the moments after the clock hit zero pounds I was the first person I saw we went out to each other so we would have been as we did it right after out of time based on today the next person I saw was my brother so as to to incredible point guards to incredible players that I'll remember that for the rest of my life colonials learn their March madness state this coming

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Gonzaga wins WCC title over Saint Mary's

CBS Sports Radio

01:08 min | 8 months ago

Gonzaga wins WCC title over Saint Mary's

"Time in the last ten years every time overall to the west coast conference you did you R. J. is that is Thomas in Learfield IMG college Jim kelch kelch on on the the Norse Norse radio radio network network Chris Chris shop shop within within the the colonials colonials radio radio network network and and Pat Pat foster foster from from Hofstra Hofstra radio radio calls calls pope pope give give zagra zagra winning winning the west coast northern Kentucky winning the horizon new by the way northern Kentucky was the nor cal level they've been an atomic three last four years so I knew DA I love this they are gone they are the worst it's like the Viking but it's like a Viking helmet of the two sorts I love this northern Kentucky Norse Robert Norris won the NEC and Hofstra won the C. A. A. not included in the audio montage was North Dakota state the buys in they throttled North Dakota eighty nine fifty three to win their second straight summit

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"nec" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:02 min | 8 months ago

"nec" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Time five fifteen now from the WFAN sports desk here's Bob Uslar well Sonya the Brooklyn nets shook up the NBA world today with a surprising announcement Kenny Atkinson fired as the team's head coach nets assistant Jacques Vaughn will coach the nets for the rest of this season his reaction to the news I was just as surprised when he called me this morning then every before us this was completely caught me off guard no practice or shootaround game team had changed to initiate any kind of feelings that those talks going on behind the system coaches banks cellphone takes over tomorrow and the next play the bowls of Barclays center college basketball this afternoon big shown on an album hot between Creighton and Seton hall the big east regular season championship on the line for the game goes to crave they beat the pirates seventy seventy sixty Creighton a number one seed in next week's big east tournament scene all the three seed Villanova will be the number two seed in the Big East Tournament Villanova beat Georgetown seventy to sixty nine Georgetown place St John's in the opening round of the Big East Tournament St Johns when he today at the guard over Marquette eighty eight to eighty six Rutgers in overtime win on the road against Purdue seventy one sixty eight St Francis Pennsylvania beat Sacred Heart eighty four seventy two to knock them out of the NEC tournament islanders lucid hurricanes in overtime three two I'll still hold down a wild card playoff berth but they're only two points clear Carolina and only three in front the raiders who play the devils tonight at the garden exhibition baseball the national shut out the Mets five nothing Stephen match three perfect innings struck out three delicatessens made his Mets debut record one out he allowed three runs the Yankees rally past the pirates seven four Johnathan Weiss occur starter for the Yankees allowed a two run Homer to the former Yankees catcher John Ryan Murphy current Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez didn't play today as a sore back Major League Soccer red bull's Arale Salt Lake one one size four to fifteen to forty five round the clock.

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London will use live facial recognition cameras to police the city

AP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

London will use live facial recognition cameras to police the city

"London's Metropolitan Police service says it'll start using it's an operational deployments London police say facial recognition cameras will be used as people passed through small targeted areas where intelligence suggests serious offenders will be found the facial recognition system which runs on technology from Japan's NEC looks for faces in crowds to see if they match any on watch lists of people wanted for serious and violent offenses including gun a knife crimes in child sexual exploitation real time ground surveillance by police in the British capitalism among the more aggressive uses of facial recognition in modern democracies and raises questions about how the technology will into people's daily lives rights groups say it threatens civil liberties such as the right to privacy and represents an expansion of

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London will use live facial recognition cameras to police the city

AP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

London will use live facial recognition cameras to police the city

"In a major advance for controversial facial recognition technology London's Metropolitan Police service says it'll start using it's an operational deployments London police say facial recognition cameras will be used as people passed through small targeted areas where intelligence suggests serious offenders will be found the facial recognition system which runs on technology from Japan's NEC looks for faces in crowds to see if they match any on watch lists of people wanted for serious and violent offenses including gun and knife crimes in child sexual exploitation real time ground surveillance by police in the British capitalism long the more aggressive uses of facial recognition in modern democracies and raises questions about how the technology will into people's daily lives rights groups say it threatens civil liberties such as the right to privacy and represents an expansion of

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NEC's Larry Kudlow on Jobs Report

Bloomberg Best

01:09 min | 1 year ago

NEC's Larry Kudlow on Jobs Report

"World Wall Street meanwhile is looking ahead to the October thirty a fed rate decision so Bondra read job as head of U. S. rate strategy associate days generalis pretty much fully surprise ten for a total rate cut December was a coin toss and I think it still remains a coin toss and the White House Larry Kudlow president of the national economic council says the unemployment rate is quote a phenomenal achievement and he sees a stronger economy ahead with market interest rates coming down a hundred basis points in the last few months I think the economy is now in a turning zone and I think we've had a soft two quarters but I think now we're gonna be moving into a much stronger economic story and call record on is chief US economist at Bloomberg economics well I agree with Larry Kudlow is assessment that were not turning film but the I think we're actually turning the other direction so what if we look at this report the bad news is that the economy is definitely slowing to a sub two percent growth rate in the back half of this year and we're seeing that reflected in the an increasing array of economic indicator wether CISM surveys the the pace of job creation out we are definitely slowing in the back

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NEC Corporation, Tokyo And George Jensen discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

NEC Corporation, Tokyo And George Jensen discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

"Morning and look up in the sky it's a flying car right out of the Jetsons George Jensen Japanese electronics maker NEC corporation is shown a flying car a large drone like machine with four propellers that hovered for about a minute steadily hovered there about ten feet off the ground they were testing it out this morning at a lab near Tokyo the Japanese government is behind flying cars with the goal of having people zipping around

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Scottish citys sustainability drive, means tackling toxic legacy first

UN News

05:34 min | 1 year ago

Scottish citys sustainability drive, means tackling toxic legacy first

"This is Matt wells at your news with more than half the world's population. Now living in urban areas is increasingly understood that cities can drive sustainable development. But that's not so easy in places where heavy industry has left a toxic legacy. That developers are willing to pay to clean up as Glasgow. Cancel leader. Susan Aitken told Daniel Johnson from your news. It's an economic commission for Europe or you NEC event in Geneva. She explained that despite the massive challenge the benefits could be enormous. Since the Scottish city has more spare land within its borders than any other major urban area in the United Kingdom in Glasgow. We are integrating hosing bringing together all sorts of different tenures. Whether that's social rented housing private rented or call ownership or people on their own homes, and our aim is to build new places and communities new housing developments whereby they're tenured blind is what we we are aiming for so no one knows no one can tell by. The quality of your home. Whether you rent your home air, whether your social event, whether you own your home, so people live next each other in exactly the same standard and quality of home, regardless of whether the owner or rented, one of the things that I thought was interesting you were talking about Glasgow building ghettoized communities of social housing. But now that's changing massively in terms of the sustainability in terms of the look of the house, the aesthetic and the efficiency, and that's what you're hoping is going to bring everyone into the sustainability drive. Yes, that's how we build we believe resilient unsustainable communities law school still suffers enormously. We have many people who live in poverty, and he'll have enormous challenges in their lives who we have enormous health inequalities in our city that we will not change that by having the poodle people and the people who suffer from the worst hails pushed out to the edge of the city all living together without the social supports that can be in place by having that mixed community without. The economy that's generated through different types of people from different backgrounds coming together, and creating that more dynamic local economic circumstance. These was will then help to support social Justice unimproved lives for everyone. The sounds like a wonderful place Glasgow, but presumably it's not that easy which particular challenges. Are you facing terms of developers? You don't wish to let go of property that they have that's a big problem in the UK also former industrial land, how you dealing with those particular challenges or biggest challenges form an industrial London Glasgow, which is contaminated. We have more vacant and dare licked wand than any other city in the UK and the poodle people live closest to the worst wand. So that is an enormous challenge. Some of the contaminated Lund will cost us hundreds of millions of pounds to decontaminate. What's it contaminated with all sorts of industrial pollutants chromium is one of them. But video others is very expensive business. And that's not something that the private sector wants to take on that. Something that has to be laid by the public sector. So we're using our city deal money to decontaminate quite a chunk of land nowhere near all of it. But significant amounts. We have a development company, which we share with the Scottish government and our national enterprise agencies, Scottish enterprise and also evening local authority, cold CLYDE gateway which has decontaminated significant amounts of land in the east end of the city, which is the worst affected on turned that into developable Lund whether for hosing or for Morvern industrial uses because we are very much creating jobs as well as building homes. So we are tackling it in every way that we can bought is a long slow process is going to take as many years before we can bring all vegan and derelict land back into productive use because of the legacy that we face as a post industrial city, and maybe you could tell me bit more about the types of housing that you hoping to build in terms of sustainability and their competivity with regard to. Other private development houses. What does it that's going to give your sustainable housing the edge? Well, we won't build all types of housing in Glasgow. I always see there isn't a type of hosing neat that doesn't exist in Glasgow. Therefore that isn't immortal of delivery for hosing that we won't try built to rain is a new model in the city, a new type of private rented sector filled to rent rent. Ta so am almost like kind of I was in corpse in the American style. So they're private development, therefore, perhaps more millennial more mobile workforce who are looking to buy just no. But the want high-quality rented homes, but with social spaces as well sheared space within the buildings. So that's a new model in a new market for the city, but what we are leading with an particularly on. Our social rented homes is invited mantle sustainability on fuel efficiency, we have significant amounts of fuel poverty in Glasgow. And so what we want is for the poodles people to be moved supported in being able to heat their homes at which they ended up helps to support their health and better lives for them. So we're using passive house models. We're using technology to help people monitor their spanned on fuel anything that we have available to us. We're testing and trying to make our homes as environmentally sustainable as possible. But also. Seasonable in terms of people's life cycle. So that they can be homes that people live in right through their lives as they get older. The homes are adoptable to support people as the age on perhaps need more support.

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"nec" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"nec" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"All right. What else you bring it on? Let's go with NEC Hickman and any wants to know this. She says I have a teacher and a man for the teacher boom blow it up for the teachers and Emmanuel God. Are they making such a sacrifice to just waste your life on these kids? Damn. You know, I'm joking. I my mother was a teacher. I have nothing but the. For teachers. She says, I am a teacher and a manual wheelchair user from time to time my students, and I wonder if a wheelchair could be powered in space with fireworks. Or perhaps they are ready to get rid of me. Send center up their space. Since fireworks are rocket. She's thinking about propulsion here thinking about propulsion also having mobility issues on earth via raced in space since there is no gravity. If you float around the space station, for example, aren't you using your legs for the need to balance? You know, that's a great question because people would think that in zero gravity that your movements might do something in terms of affecting the way you drift about in zero gravity. So what what is the answer there? So first great question. And so I presume it means she has power. She has arm-power harm to propel her we. All right. So that's a key element of this. So first of all in space. You don't need the wheelchair. You have a wheelchair. So that you don't you not on the ground. Right. So it when I say in space, I'm referring to zero g and space just take that as a given here. So if you're in space. Generally, people are not maneuvering themselves with their legs there. The spaceships are designed space station is designed to have grips. All right. Okay. So ever seen though us relates. They're always grabbed him. And then they. Yeah. Exactly. And so you don't wanna go to fast because you have to stop somewhere and the other time and you got to like be ready to stop, right? So if you have full use of your arms, and your our muscles, you you'll be doing whatever everybody else is doing on on the space station. So now the difference is you won't be able to do some of the sort of acrobatics that they do to show you. So for example, one of them is they'll they'll start rotating. And then they'll bring their knees up to their chests. You might be able to pull your own legs up. If you don't have using your legs just reach out grab them. But otherwise, they're pulling a knees up, and then they see that they spend faster, and that's just have just haven't spinning fun like when an ice skater brings their arms in they spend faster. If you bring your your extremities in and you had a slight rotation before you have a faster rotation. And in case, you are not you don't feel nausea enough for being in zero g now, you can just wait. And then you throw up spa. If you're spending while you throw up, then there's the spiralling that's a beautiful thing. So I don't think so now. The rockets now, so here's the thing because I'm thinking it's not about the chair, I'm shoot. So I'm talking about what what she was saying if you put rockets on a wheelchair, but on the wheels themselves would you propel yourself through space in that chair. Even though you don't need it or with the rocket just spin the wheel in place. So what will happen is your because the wheels on an axle? And so now, you're putting something called torque, right? Onto a torque is a force that causes something to rotate. Okay. I've always loved the word talk. This is a bad has word is you give me some torque. The car, folks. Pounds of torque put pounds foot pounds. It needs a distance right because it's a distance from the point of rotation..

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State of the Union: US leaving INF Treaty nuclear deal with Russia

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:48 min | 1 year ago

State of the Union: US leaving INF Treaty nuclear deal with Russia

"The way the United States had dealt with the IMF treaty, basically blaming Russia for why they were suspending it with the way the United States handled its own withdrawal from the ABM treat in two thousand and two and he. Judged in favor of the way, George W Bush does with it saying, this was direct and honest compared with what he implied was the sort of Weasley way in which they blamed Russia for violations as an excuse as he saw it to get out of the IMF treaty. And that's the medium range missiles in Europe, treaty. The other thing I think was interesting is something that you sort of singled out when he said Russia might be forced to retaliate because it seemed to be there was a rather different tone in his address this year from last year last year was his campaigning presidential address. There was all sorts of gee whiz graphics about new missiles, new military technology this year. The was none of that sort of none of those sort of graphics, and every time there was anything that could be interpreted as say sort of agree. S's stance. It was always coupled with the idea that this is a response. This is a reaction we have no intention of being aggressive, and I think that actually struck quite a different tone from last year, although the language is Russia will be forced to create deploy weapons can be used on. Territories from which the direct threat to us originates. He said as well as the territory's where the centers of decision making are located that sounds like he's gonna fire them Washington. Yes. Absolutely. But I think that it was also know it should be seen in this wider context where I think Putin is as it were reserving relations with Europe and European countries and saying, well, basically, it might not be completely their fault. If the renew Misao stationed in Europe, and it's not them that we're going to hold immediately responsible. The responsibility also will lie in Washington every seen any US reaction to this. Because this is the type of rhetoric that will. Send Donald Trump's caps. Lock figure into overdrive. Well, the interesting thing is that I've seen less reaction from Washington. And I think that probably reflects different priorities in Washington. But obviously, you know, they can single out what they want from this speech. But I think it's important really to see it in in context. The way Putin began were saying, this speech is primarily about domestic priorities. And he spent two thirds of his hour and a half talking about trying to raise living standards. Trying trying to improve medical care trying to improve education all the sorts of things that were the subject of protests after he announced on the rise in pension ages. And I think, you know, it's very easy from outside that we focus on the sort of things that that potentially affect us. But actually, this was primarily a domestic policy speech, and it because it comes at a time when his approval ratings of fooling the economy's not doing. Well, I mean, he focused on that a lot about poverty about demographics. Yes. And I have to say that it's quite unusual or just I find it quite unusual to hear Russian president NEC near Russian president talking in such Frank terms about demographics because demographics is being over the last sort of ten years or so as being quite a stick that the west is used to beat Russia with saying Russia's in Klein, it's doing nothing to stem. It's but it's its population decrease. This is a country, which is weakening. Now, those factor not completely true. Because both the mortality rate has decreased life expectancy has increased and the birth rate has increased all of that's happened quite significantly. During the time that Putin has been in office nonetheless as Putin singled out two factors have come together. The first is the incredible loss of life in the second World War, and the other is the shock of the collapse of the Soviet Union and those two things together a meaning that Russia's workforce. Actually, people of working age is going to start going through a very very serious decline.

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Software-Defined Networking Market Analysis and Growth to 2025 by Major Manufactures(IBM, HP, VMWare, Brocade Communications, Cisco Systems, Ericsson, NEC, Nokia (Alcatel-Lucent), Verizon Enterprise, Juniper Networks, Huawei)

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Software-Defined Networking Market Analysis and Growth to 2025 by Major Manufactures(IBM, HP, VMWare, Brocade Communications, Cisco Systems, Ericsson, NEC, Nokia (Alcatel-Lucent), Verizon Enterprise, Juniper Networks, Huawei)

"Well, we got some big news from Google today. Google announcing it's investing thirteen billion dollars across the country in data centers and offices in twenty nine nineteen Google chief executive saying, the expansion will create more than ten thousand new construction jobs in cities across the country and also Google will be dulling its workforce in Virginia and Georgia developing new data centers in Ohio Nebraska, Vada expand data centers in Oklahoma in South Carolina, recently, Google announced plans to occupy the Westside pavilion in west, Los Angeles. Former shopping center will be transformed into tech

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Is your heart in good shape?

Today

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Is your heart in good shape?

"People over thirty are being urged to take an online test to find out if they're an at an increased risk of suffering, a heart attack or stroke. Public health. England says as many as four out of five people who've taken the test have hearts, which are more damage than they should be given their age indicating a shortening of life expectancy. Jane francis. Kelly reports the heart age tests people over thirty to answer a series of questions about their lifestyle and physical health public health. England said the test of being completed by almost two million people more than a third had a heart age at least five years above their real age fourteen percent found it was ten years higher. Eighty four thousand people die from a heart attack or stroke each year in England health officials say about a quarter of deaths occur in those aged under seventy five and they believe eighty percent of them could be prevented by lifestyle changes such as weight-loss regular, exercise stopping smoking and cutting back on alcohol. The chief executive of the British heart foundation said millions of people were unwittingly living at high risk of a heart attack or stroke. But it was never too late to. Take charge of their health.

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"nec" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"nec" Discussed on talkRADIO

"You'll massive support for Jeremy Corbyn and UCLA support for some of the candidates for the NEC whoville been cured of anti semitism. Who was elected to the NEC yesterday, you are you pleased with that decision. I'm pleased, the the grass roots members of the labor party have exercised their rights and haven't been influenced by the this is and the attack psalm democratic process. So I congratulate everybody who has been elected to the national executive committee democracy is a wonderful thing. And I've spent the summer going around the country promoting democracy inside the labor party with a view to democratizing our country more than it is at the moment. The most of the power in this country resigns, of course, in the in the private corporate world and then not subject to any real accountability whatsoever. Non situation where we don't just democratize the political sphere. But we democratize the the private sector. Corporate sphere as well as start making this Konami work in the interest of the many, not the few right? David davies. Did you think there are any repercussions to that yesterday the national executive committee this the ruling party of the labor party at which the JC nine Jeremy Corbyn supporters, what will put onto that committee? No question until this is getting to be a complete takeover of the the machinery factories of the labor party by Corbin supporters. Well, I think a lot of I think a lot of people are going to be very concerned about this. Because of a perception that some although not all in the labor party a conflicting Jewishness with Zionism. And and it does seem to be that that is the case. And it's not just me their labor MP's would fully agree with that. I mean, a course nobody. Yes. Nobody's suggesting that that nobody should ever criticize the Israeli government. I would criticize Israeli government over certain things as well. But the ten, but there's a real feeling as a hatred of Israel and the hatred of people who are Jewish among some members. And I think that is deeply concerning. Wrong. I'm sure some of your own neighbor MP's thing that many people in the Jewish community of said that this issue has been weaponized and many many many many people's Jewish community date. So that's very let me just give you. Very very few. Concerned nail model, which represents orthodox Jews British Jews against the occupation. The Jewish voice for labour. Judy Jewish voice. Jewish Jewish Jewish Socialist Group. So there are many people say. Relationship medicine that got secular Jews, and as well as I have said that they are very uncomfortable about the way this issue has been used to attack the labor party into attack generally Coppola in their MP's in in the Knesset who have expressed their support for Jeremy Corbyn who's always been on the side of of oppressed. People around the world. All right. Chris. We will. We will definitely come back to this in the rest of the let's talk talk. I guess political editor business insider UK at Bianco. Adam, obviously, he started that debate on that they significant fits in within the labour party beginning paid for people who don't spend their Wednesdays evenings labor party committee meetings, or even Tory party or party party meetings and leafleting in the rain as many political bullying people do the significance of this day on the and the significance of this vote on antisemitism today. Why do they matter? Additional members to the Labor's national ruining committee, and that was one unanimously by legislate on the later posse put Jeremy Kuban. Whose men was the mites? Member of the slights he was removed off the Coleman Comanche might about finance. And anti semitic comments recorded by him. This is being. Suggesting that the members that's completely ignored by and not to vote. I think actually if you look at it. The the. The comments came out. And actually most people would have told you before comments came out. So he was nine of on the list of much public hands. I think you know, I it's it's a great look for him to be related to the ballot. But I think slightly more complicated than some of the report suggested. When he when he when it comes to today. With the moving on CD. The labour NEC. I mean, I it's. The face on. The defense is actually going to happen today on the question of accepting. Yes. So this is about accepting the definition events empties. And also the examples controversy depending on. For a labour resisting sign up so of the examples as we understand it. Now, they all going to sign up to you. They're guaranteed. So new clothes, which will protect free speech is criticism of Israel. I think that's probably the the white steak, but is that going to draw a line under the issue and everyone's going to move on? And we've got the labor conference coming up weeks. The the allegations about Jeremy copen leadership and his previous positionally associations people, and it to be any semitic will continue throughout that period is going to be an incredibly fruit conference. And this isn't going to kick our way, it's an issue. That's been talking him ever since he became labour leader, something he's got to get to grips find whatever happens today. I can come to a closing time. Saying ready? Well, something else is not gonna come to class. We talk about what's going to happen. Labor conference in the beginning next month, of course, the Tory party conference, and that's going to be a pretty rough ride. I think for the prime minister as well. She's facing the Brexit this big the checkers agreement. It would seem not remain maintenance for whom the whole idea of a compromise. Eva breaks, it was that was as she created are now very unhappy. The former cabinet minister Justine greening as we can ask. Not wanting to tool anymore. We said he knew that the Brexit is like Jacob Reese, Moga Boris Johnson. David David totally rejected that's agreement and even Michel Bagna. The chief negotiator has said it's unworkable who does actually won. The Jack is agreement. I mean, I think the trick. Now has opposition to check on all fronts from conservatives remain is now having common cause with prosecutors launch. I could we smoke and from the from the labor party and the rest of the position in parliament. So it's very difficult to see how the checkers agreement as it's currently set can number one get agreement from the to get agreement from trade policy number freak agreement in parliament. So I think it really I think just greening Nick goes awry. The needs to be a change positions from Theresa May, this disposition the mice out. Check is having a single market for goods are completely unacceptable. Unacceptable from many of are in policy. She needs to think again, there's also some rather interesting evidence NASDAQ about from a constitutional unit. We've now miss the possibility of having a second Reverend was third referendum people's time for a Brexit. Because even if there was legislation put into law is soon as possible at the earliest opportunity now we still wouldn't be able to hold any referendum before the twenty eighth of March next year calls that's just the day before we leave the EU, and therefore it's now become unworkable. So do you think that's idea has an out died a death? Well, I think he's always been pretty unlucky going to have a second referendum because the government is straight. But we'll say like intensive labor leadership has no real infuse Yasim for it. Long that the more likely outcome is we if the bills to get through that will end up with some kind of general election in the coming months, I think that's probably more likely than a referendum that is sending out the second referendum some station. The process strikes out into the transition period. In my will get a position where the government sees that as as a less painful option than than going back to the country. But as I say, I think it's probably more likely to have another team election process wants to hope. It's difficult to stop his editor of business insider, you gave thank you very much. Did we come back to Chris Williamson and David Davies on this? And of course, what other big stories of the day, including the plan for 'em peace to vote on whether misogyny should be a hate crime on our relationship is going to be talking about whether schools should be banning mobile phones within the school gates CEOs huge support from parents. I've said I'm amazed. It's not been done already six forty four is time. Let's get an update on the travel. This is talk radio..

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"nec" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"nec" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Three kinds I have plastic I have wire and I have the foldable campus ones yeah we use, a Winston. The art and the visa plastic in my car car because it's more heavy duty in and it's easier to strap, down be secure and the great ones I even now hero has a big plastic one in the house. Now with the door off, but I have to wire wants folded up in the garage that I can bring in the house too so I have. All, three, and there's pros and cons about using, either, only, one, of those. Except do not, put a puppy in a. Fabric one no no that's that's for now you guys say oh well. No of course but you know it happened Yeah well there's one here in the, candidates, for, its, office it. Has a big, rip it It was donated to, us out Now I will say when we were traveling, with hero and Tango as babies we use the foldable canvas one in the RV because it was foldable nec- to move and it was lightweight. What, they were always being supervised yeah problem with the fabric ones his if, you leave a puppy in unsupervised he's going to at some point to, to rip, rip the screen rim the, canvas and once. They've learned it they've got it you might as well get rid of that has you. Need to go to wire plastic so, when I introduced the crate well depends on whether the puppies. Been introduced to it or not a lot of, times if they're in a shelter they're used. To being in a small area if, they come from a responsible breeder. They've already been introduced to it But the easiest way is set the crate up in. The, living room sit down in your favorite chair or sit on the floor, with the puppy and start tossing treats into the crate let him run, in and, chase it and get the, treat and run. Back out again and make a game out. Of it pretty soon the puppy goes a. Whole this is a special place and, you know that when they run in grab the treat us. Thrown and then hang on a minute they stay, in their waiting to see if you're gonna. Toss enough right in there and then, I also feeder meals in there And even if I bring home. A puppy. From a responsible breeder or. Or from a shelter well my last rescue wasn't from shelter but anyway I'll feed 'em in the crate anyway but to make sure. That they think that's a special place and to protect them from themselves so they're. Not trying to go steal the adult dogs So puppies. To grow up and then at night, I put, the, crate right next. To my bed I'll get rid of the, bedside. Table for awhile and put the crate next to the bed so I can stick my fingers. Through, in wigwam if the puppies worried, or if, the puppy starts barking I just dump, on the top of it or if I hear the puppy going I really really really gotta. Go somebody was put the crate in the bedroom yes Puppy, and, they want us. To leave the great in the living room. No Isolate them and then. To, and they were sitting in the large just go check of a puppy no put them in your room and you will very quickly learned the difference. Between Ooh board and. I, got an open exactly one you save alcohol the other you take him outside To.

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New facial recognition tech at U.S. airport leads to first arrest

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

New facial recognition tech at U.S. airport leads to first arrest

"There's North. Texas connection to, a new facial recognition program that stopped a man trying to enter the United States illegally DC area airport according to. Customs and border protection the guy used a fake passport and he was stopped by facial biometrics it was the. First such detection at an airport newly implemented biometric program identified the twenty six year old Congolese Traveling from Brazil as he tried. To enter the, US using a French passport now in this instance the system flag the guy is a mismatch for the passport. On record, and he, was removed for additional screening the program was only in his third day of operation at the airport having launched August twentieth and that facial recognition system is powered in part by image matching. Software developed by NEC corporation it's a Japanese company that has this North American headquarters. In Irving

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"nec" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"nec" Discussed on AP News

"President Trump addresses wildfires I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute President Trump says he's monitoring the fire situation in northern California sending. Condolences to those who've lost loved ones and homes. And saying more could be done to prevent them Reasons He also told business leaders that his New Jersey. Resort he believes the GDP could rise by as much as five. Percent this year vote counts are being finalized in five states that held primaries for the fall, midterms the American Civil Liberties union is suing the US. Government it's hoping to overturn the restrictions on immigrants seeking, asylum from violence in their countries of origin Two Lady Gaga is heading to Las Vegas for a residency in. December so offers shows with her biggest hits and also a jazz in piano. Performance I'm Jacky Quin It's going to be a lot of work to keep security tightened deficient at dozens. Of venues during the two thousand twenty Olympic Games. In Tokyo but an advanced security system, that has, the, ability to recognize, faces will help keep things in, check the Neal face. Technology was developed by NEC corporation the technology will monitor every accredited person including athletes officials. Staff and media and more than forty venues games villages, and media centres Tokyo will be the first Olympic host to introduce. The faced ID tech at all venues the systems expected to effectively eliminate entry with forged ID's reduce waiting. Times in line and reduce athletes stress under hot weather lady Gaga is setting. Up shop in probably the only city that.

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"nec" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"nec" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Continue coffeehouse Scholtz the spectators daily politics podcast. I'm Bob. I'm joined by James Saif and Katie balls. Now Katy there's being change in the climates round antisemitism in the past twenty four hours in the labor party of the recording was published or one of the any semen booze to you about something that he claimed. He hadn't says, yes. So Labor's latest anti semitism rows gone from very bad to awful. Probably in the past for as their report setting the past week, there any seem eating Pete Wilson. He sits on NEC, had made comments. Basically dismissing claims antisemitism as I do over played and at the time to issue bits of denial non denial, but only done now, what's happened is they're recording has been leaked from that meeting and he says, things like some of these critics in the Jewish community Trump supporters. So that's why and also suggests that anti semitism is facing fabricates. He hasn't seen any cases that we're just bizarre given this person is involved with this disputes panel. So you think that they would see quite lots of at least legis case of antisemitism. This is set of everyone again, obviously, it comes off to micro hutch has had an investigation into her, and you also had in Austin, have an investigation to him say, you'll adds up. And then as things stand, there isn't an investigation into this man. You can join the dots as you see fit James, the supporters of this particular slate full. The CNN actions such as Owen Jones roll the change that cheat on them to since this recording was released. Do you think it's coordinated the response that we're seeing from owing Jones earned stole the the key members of the labor left? Very quick. This morning's come out distance. The two things one is he said this NEC meeting, no one seems to have braided him at the time. None of. The senior labour people were that that hang on a second to sit down wasn't he is not exactly two. You could have abandoned the Slater at that point that didn't happen, but think. But I think also shows a lack of trust lay right now that people are taping NEC meetings and leaking that I think shows you the level of way you slice it that does not suggest a policy that of it self when people are going to such extreme measures to deal with this. As a third point here, which is how come going, as Kate said is not being investigated. If this labor code is meant to deal with anti semitism shooting prima fascia case for investigation. This person to suggest that social media stuff has been fabricated strikes me as kind of fatty classic conspiracy theory. And so I think Nazis the next issue, which is as an investigation here and not just that this code is not as strong as some of his defenders. Say, again become essential point, which is the string theory in the Jewish community about this right? The label refusal to adopt the full h. r. a definition of anti semitism. This isn't an accident anymore. This is now a clearly deliberate, ACTA policies, not what they thought that they could tweak it and come up with something better is quite clear what the tweaks and the changes they've made do the Jewish community in its home gamut. This isn't about conservative Jews offered, jeez on happy. This is the entire gamut of Jewish opinion in this country is not happy about this in the community. Normally very ready agreed on anything and the fact that they wound still not do this, but they'll prepare to carry on expanding its capsule on. This issue demonstrates how important it is to them. And I think now into all questions about that, I mean, that takes about the whole German corbin's fundamentally anti western world. Katie, we've had reports say that Joe McDonnell has been taking different line has being appealing, Jeremy Corbyn. The investigation into Margaret Hodge in particular is actually dropped so drawer line under that particular route, you think that he'll win out on this, what you think the corpus, say, determined the nose around coping..

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Jimmy Carter jabs Trump — just a little — in commencement speech

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:32 min | 2 years ago

Jimmy Carter jabs Trump — just a little — in commencement speech

"Three forty nine it is fifty one degrees with off and on rain showers right now in boston to our top stories texas judge says the alleged gunman in yesterday's school shooting acted alone nine students and an adult were killed in the rampage ten other people were injured the braintree man who brought a gun to a local elementary school will be in court on monday facing a firearm charge the man had his licensed gun in a backpack at ross elementary police say the gun was not secured properly massachusetts is one step closer to its first offshore wind farm this wednesday is the deadline to announce which of the three proposed wind projects can move forward wbz news time three forty nine a massachusetts man is under arrest for allegedly beating a dog with a baseball bat dartmouth police say they responded to a report of a man abusing a dog with a baseball bat vehicle on friday and they say they found fifty year old gregory oeste guy of new bedford beating a dog meanwhile nec n reports and investigation found asta guy did strike the dog and he has since been arrested and charged with cruelty to animals dog is in the care of a veterinarian and is being treated for non life threatening injuries first lady melania trump has been released from the hospital and is back at the white house cbs's jim taylor has that report her hospitalization after kidney treatment lasted a week lengthy stay raised questions about whether the first lady's condition may have been more complicated than initially revealed mrs trump had been at walter reed national military medical center near washington since monday when she quietly underwent an embolism procedure to treat an unspecified kidney condition the white house described it as benign president trump welcome to his wife home from the hospital in a tweet that misspelled her first name a few minutes later trump posted another tweet with the correct spelling president jimmy carter delivered the commencement address at liberty university the christian institution in lynchburg virginia today the thirty ninth president spoke about what he saw as the most pressing issues seven times as many americans in prison as a woven i left the white house seven times as many more than any other country owner we also know that the partisan divisions and.

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"nec" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

NPR's Story of the Day

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"nec" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

"Oh facial recognition they say they have not yet sold any real time systems to american police but executive benji hutchinson says a few departments are starting to window shop i can't say which ones but it's been the large cities that you might imagine some of the large coastal areas one sticking point hutchinson says is that american cities often don't have enough of the kind of high def digital security cameras that you need for facial recognition though he says that may not matter in the long term as if to illustrate his point a body camera clipped to a nearby mannequin starts beeping of ears never know what to beeping matching someone a body camera that nec has on display has recognized passing face hutchinson predicts this is how the technology will come to american streets by piggybacking on the thousands of new body cameras that departments are buying for their officers at first he says it'll just be used as a way to recognize the faces of innocent people and blurred them out but it won't stop there i think the second step is obviously they're going to look at ways to implement facial recognition against known or suspected terrorists or people who are wanted that'll be the obvious next step and it is a pretty simple leap the question is which lawn forsman agency will be the first to take that leap hutchinson predicts the likely deeppocketed federal department such as customs and border protection which is already testing facial recognition at passport control in airports and as he mentioned this to cb officials stopped by the booth and the company sales teams scrambles to show them what the body cameras.

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Anthony Davis of New Orleans Pelicans bounces back from injury scare to score 41 points in win over LA Clippers

After Hours With Amy Lawrence M

02:18 min | 2 years ago

Anthony Davis of New Orleans Pelicans bounces back from injury scare to score 41 points in win over LA Clippers

"Sports fla i'll marco politi well after a slow start the rockets just too much for the thunder rockets have exploited this match up all night long over carmelo anthony is defending they go right atom drives lows right by gets to the rim and easily finishes with left and that is that just like taking candy from a baby make it sixteen straight wins for the rockets they bounced the thunder one 221 twelve chris paul with 25 james harden at 23 11 assists greg i commend the call on the rockets radio network house where the sixers outscored the hornets 121 fourteen ben simmons 16 points 8 rebounds 13 assists raptors pick up a halt 106 ninety two marta rosen at twenty five wizards outlasted the he 117 one thirteen in overtime thanks to thirty from bradley beal i anthony davis another monster night one thirty one thirty all the over the david fury there just goes to the rim all the old saab new york transparency today davis turnaround trouble up the larry god followed thirty nine for new orleans said third swiss forward slash all world anthony davis davis at forty one points thirteen rebounds pelicans to raise the clippers 121 116 sean kelly the call on the pelicans radio network press the scoreboard the blazers pounded the knicks one eleven eighty seven deeming low of thirty seven were used to got the nets 114 wanna once that curry with thirty four the mavericks down the nuggets one eighteen 10 seven college troops acci round syracuse took out wake forest 73 64 boston college dumped georgia tech 87 77 and notredame slip by pittsburgh 6764 automatic beds we had ourselves in overtime game in the cia how will walk away with a person died since 1993 guided put collagen charles movement is going to the ncaa tournament journalist in shock northeastern 83 seventy six in overtime to win the cia is their waste a thirteen point halftime deficit at scot graeme with called on westwood one hausbergen zagre routed byu seventy four fifty four to win the west coast conference rising league finals with the right state they raise cleveland's thinks seventy 74 fifty nec finals lu brooklyn down wagner seventy one sixty one in south dakota state is going dancing as they dump south dakota 97 eighty seven when the summit league memphis head coach tubby smith maybe in some trouble gary parish.

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"nec" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"nec" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Released the debt the the boy looks in the mirror nec's at you know half his body language and his eye contact and his way of walking is very much like his dad and his and his mom is not his role model his dad is in his dad is missing and most boys interpret that missing is uh he was he abandoned may if if they are adopted they feel abandoned if they are um if they if they are in a divorce situation oftentimes the the momma saying bad things about the debt and that produces the worst feelings on the part of the buoyed because if the mom is saying that the father was reliable narcissistic um a liar uh the boy looks in the mirror and he begins to see that half of you know half of him is his father maybe he's a liar maybe he's a he's you're responsible uh maybe he's narcissistic type of thing and it seems to fear that he's a loser like his status you also talked about how how much divorce affects boys more than girls actually but yet not every boys who is a product of a divorce who is a you know raised in a single family with justin mom hicks up a gun and and and slaughters classmates what is it that triggers that it's the problem taken to its extreme and when particularly in older cases of the of the mass shootings there was a lot of feeling on the part of the boy did he couldn't even have access to his dead or for example in the steven a case las vegas um sheep in paddocks father was in prison so there was minimal amount of father involvement he's been released from prison in steven paddock sees it his father benjamin is out there just not returned home does not get re engage he goes out and commits more crimes so steven paddock once the attention of his father's so he figures out ways of committing crimes ingeniously like his dad did it it's a way of saying tad i'm here pay attention to me or in schools you classmates who are um who happened pay attention to me who of mox may look believe me of put me down to live ignored me who sort of me as a loser i i count for something one of the things when it comes to these particular people ease the.

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"nec" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"nec" Discussed on The Big 98

"That that that that the so do you blame the airport i mean they definitely should have had salt there or signs thing right i note even the police that 'cause i thought i was fine i really did feel fine but then i forgot my idea i needed a special pat down and they were me touching my back and it really felt like it was bleating so i said hey before anybody touches me as did you know i fell outside and my back is might be a mess i haven't seen it i don't know so they said do you mind if we pulp your shirt and they pull them my shirt and they go gay yeah um we're gonna dig take you to the medical room a policeman came over to me escort at me did they make a joke about a lawsuit they did i don't know that it was joke i think they were serious well they made a joke because they reference a lawyer in town that has signs on buses and bus stops in billboards everywhere and they but i think they were sorta series like i should contact and because they felt like i was put in this situation i should have been put in i was literally just getting on my car there should not have an ice at the step entrance it the no so okay you heard your bag it's scratched up a really bad and how they bandaged you yes uh are you okay as you're hurting i feel okay i do fill out of your eye mid yo and i need some it's order adjustment and sometimes when i turn my neck like oh it's a little the wrong way to the letters write in like oh and riding in a car you know china lee might back up against nec hurts have you been own your kids the same way take any that interns i kind of no i can't actually boom and you're not even kidding kidding amy had to go to the medical room but she also forgot her id to in they had in.

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"nec" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"nec" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"More progressive programs for the most highly taxed state or the next five highlytaxed stay in the country it just mystifies me how people could vote for him a guy that wanted to raise taxes i mean this he's cool with where we're going to get the money from and yet but but here we are he didn't hide any of that and i'm not arguing with you bob i agree with you but it's just amazing to me because i'm thinking could in a lot of these voters also be called clueless clowns then because he didn't hide any of that he said oh yeah millionaires tax oh yeah i'm gonna do this i'm going to do that will do it by allied nova gansler grow the economy and yet there he is he got the job so i think we got i think we have a lotta clueless clowns that's why he hoover climbing accurate i it he got elected like that i mean i group your flabbergasted that people could vote for somebody like him um but they do they voted today okay thanks to your co any no i am a person that in my life and some people there's just so partisan they hate hearing this but i have voted for different people from different parties i have voted for democrats i have voted for republicans i have voted for independence i voted for libertarians so as not even about that but this guy just seems so progressive that yeah i do get worry where this is all going to go i hope he proved me wrong johnny and long branch here on new jersey one one point five yeah you those guys job it's just like that he's a nutjob it is wherever you almost ripped that man off without a handshake right you know the guy's a nutjob i get worse than this is for the mmm nec speaks about think about is affected they want to do this he doesn't care liberal democrats get after the and the their ingles mania this is so correct how do you want the do you do you wanna second word because technically nut jobs just like batard it's actually one word.

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"nec" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"nec" Discussed on WWL

"Oh man the nec is she is in your eyes i want to continue with another part of my conversation with christine dishes are homeless lady that i i see on the street every every sunday morning i haven't seen the last couple of weeks i hope she's up she's okay but as singer every every sunday i wanted to take a moment to talk to her and ask her about her story in one of the most striking things to me was i her did she ever remember being a teenager and she said no that she doesn't even remember those years of of being a teenager and i guess at some point some of that is all is all lost but but a continuation of took conversation i a with the christine the sitting on a streetcorner outside of a church in downtown new orleans in icy christine every sunday i sometimes i see her during a week as well and as long as i have let downtown she has been homeless and we're going to continue with our conversation about two about her story what's a good night for you we abby elliott a hot shower in in a bed achievement and where where do you get that um you this salvation army usually when i get ten dollars divorce inside but if not i just like walk the streets all night i don't sleep i was shocked to four o'clock in the morning by four people i'm afraid to walk the streets ignite we're not afraid to walk the streets it yeah i'm a brady long mysteries should night alaskan i do i mean i rally walk the streets him be afraid then go somewhere lay downing get heard a rape there would have is there is there respect do you think that fit the criminals have some degree of.

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"nec" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"nec" Discussed on KTRH

"Himself were able to ever proof that nec in a dossier was a fact and if the dossier was biden day four shine would you we know now by knowing and we know was yeah we know it ways and and we've used to pay actually that many was used by christopher seal to pay fsb agents then former kgb agents of the russian spy agency how can you trust anything that was in that dossier look all russia wanted to do with so chaos and it appears that the media and you know you like to say the word mainstream media people say that the mainstream media members even members of of uh on capitol hill uh very political very partisan have allowed basically done the russians bid where no hearing from my sources and i know you have better sources than i do but i keep hearing the department of justice is doing their job of everyone would just you know everything's happening everything's on the table everything is being investigated by we don't see any of it and i i it there's never been a case where there's not some leaking that something is happening that i can think of and i'm not sure any end and rosenstein now he's up to his eyeballs in this and he appointed a special council he said that that impact muller's doing a great job i i frankly where is the attorney general i have also been talking to sources over and over again about what's going on we're is the attorney general believe it or not it was speaking to a group of women yesterday their main question was where is the attorney general is jeff sessions uh the sources that i've been spoken to say that the justice department is doing their due diligence they're doing their work they have 27 leak investigations we will be hearing something shortly that is what i have been told now i like you wanna wait and see if that's true but i have been hold within the next forty eight hours that there is a good chance we will be getting some information about what's been going on into these investigations got just the leak investigations but within the fbi and how scenes were being handled.

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"nec" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"nec" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Near you more offices less cost at east side clinical lab that is alabama's roy more with fresh denials now the woman's come forward choosing him sexual assault what she was a teams here right correspondent steve kastenbaum round up at the top story which was 16 beverley announcing claims roy more offer to driver home from the restaurant where she worked but instead drove to the back of the building and attacked her mr moraes downriver in began groping when she told him to stop she claims he then became violent eventually nelson said he let her out of the car urges did child nec i am the district attorney in order to here on any of you tell anyone about no one will ever boy more responded to this new allegation i never did she said i did i don't even know the woman i'm steve cast a ballot of the purity's terms 700 juan de see intrigue don jr donald trump jr admits the night that he was in contact with wikileaks once a week these hillary emails is following the report in the atlantic magazine is also jeff sessions may sick a special council on the democrats the clinton foundation as well as he radium deal was struck during the obama administration over the purity's tammy 702 state police cruiser feb suspect handled more could due in court this he the one queues to setting the chain of events nations ended with a police killing a suspect following a chase on the highway last week aclu's listed a list of concerts law enforcement connection to the shooting bristol county a meantime he vows a thorough investigation this is tom quinn the deadly shooting of a nineteen year old new bedford men by police that fall river the to a disturbance charlton memorial hospital several hours later wpro's steve klamkin has the story family and friends of 19 yearold larry rua's baretto left court here frustrated as they continue to look for why a fall river police officer fired into his moving car killing him late sunday night the new bedford man was pronounced dead at charlton memorial hospital a statement it this way we had we get all the information statements from the former police in bristol county district attorney indicate an officer fired it will moving car after responding to a report of shots fired and smoke coming from a car on remote reagan back road in the city's industrial park at the hospital family members became distraught trashing the emergency room waiting area five people were arrested on various charges family members leaving cohorts saying.

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"nec" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"nec" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"In in england nec is that is a teacher is that the teaching pro but he has all of this teaching divisive in gulf simulation devices in the net and everything in the families basement and so they went through a series of drills at father used to work on with son and it's so interesting to see in these small houses turned his basement the elder hatton into this training facilities so it was certainly something uh to enjoy seeing there so he is within striking distance five strokes back the only golf course so he could make no move once again and to the pga tour now where they are playing in a maya koba hattrick rogers is your leader who won on spended friday through the darkness but a number of players within striking distance there including rickie fowler bob ricky is now changing his approach you gonna play more in the offseason front to springboard himself into 2018 he's saying he hopes and strategy pays off was playing really well he's whereas he charlie third at the moment but in striking distance well after paying darkness and then play right now they eat all uh uh in the first round you'll wrap things up here in the morning but either stroke out late i know that kindu carr's playing really well in this tournament gala minded fix right now and he still out there to um eat mind and fix five strokes back a bit by bit further behind uh but jiang visits the kid out there playing well once again their she might be qualified by when we come back jay pot bloomberg view the arkansas state dissociate who report you're listening to arkansas fairways greens over the arkansas we hope you have a great day to day thank you for listening yeah the first dev's central arkansas is a whole lot more than a game here's what kids and parents are say we always heller it the enforcement of if you start something dini finishing i quit both lying then i've ever step with any bam they give us a lotta key values dear lessened as more alive than gulf the coaches at here were amazing footed on.

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"nec" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"nec" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"You can good nec is a supplement and it helps the body producer your own glue defiant uh there's another antioxidant that also raises glued afyon levels than it is called alpha lipoic acid so if you look at um the the functional way of boosting glued asylum production to cleanse these toxins out of the body these two things and ac and alpha lipoic acid are the the most efficient way to do this uh nac has a lot of medical applications it's used to counteract acetaminophen poisoning it's used to counteract co two poisoning it's used to treat chest pain and bile duct blockage in imphal it's used as a therapy for l l s and in alzheimer's disease it's used in emergency medicine for emergency medical detoxification when people ingest toxic levels of things like heavy metals um it it and the tylenol poisoning i want to mention that because it's pretty easy to do that to yourself and that's one of the leading causes of emergency uh liver failure is overdosing on tylenol he really cannot do tylenol several times a day without getting into dangerous dourthe ranges um to frequent problem and nec is the antidote nec is also used in something called me myths switches is a bronco die later it helped people breathe month why they use it um per cystic fibrosis treatment but this decline of detoxification pathway is something that happens as we age does he want to boost glued defiant and clean toxins out of your body and they see as a supplement alpha lipoic acid as a supplement or two great ways to do that it's time for another break this is food for thought and i will be right back with you after a couple of messages from earth fun hills it's important to us charles right for the matula supplies nutrients to promote healthy vision carlsson rights the macula provide substantial amounts of trees jean and dha which are key to wealthy matula and healthy matula vital to our health hi dietary intakes loot seen dha may protects our match from harmful.

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"nec" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"nec" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"The police and the overseers they think that s r t is sin and they're kinda confused by sinn having split off because send an s r t n t ajax they get separated in this hallway scene where there's just this massive bodies and send has his story line where he goes out any ah who finds all m finds the television studio basically were all ms and that i love how he's in there praying and the monk comes any just like you can't pray here you got a pretty at one of the temple's you know what are you doing gentlemen they're so fighting in the war room nec's he sees that it's just the image in the cameras set up but he has no idea would fake is there's noone listening and he just it's not that he he's even wilfully ignorant of it he just has no idea well he's he he comes across like god you know he gets timid to to escape the way t ajax does he comes across like he wants to he wants to work within the system and may be try make the system better as opposed to teach actually wants to just leave completely so he goes off on his own t h x and srt are on their own and if you listen to some of the chatter that's going on with the the police and and the the watchers they think that srt is sin and that there together and then they get very confused when that sent is on his own and it takes a while for them to either realized that there is a third person because srt is is a nonperson he's not registered whatsoever even though he's got his his call numbers but he's not real so the way that they kind of freak out about that there's one moment we're just like we have a a death over here because i think send ends up killing that monk and it's just like oh okay out so how did that happen or if they're both over two together in this other area any other that's when we kind of get those dirty little secret solved all the fetuses in jars the dead bodies there and then when now this is an interesting thing because.

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